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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 15, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta .THE UKRALD 15.191S jietbbttboe I i US. i iff, k i >t President and Miraaging Director _ Join Tonance TILF.PHONE8 Business Oflice Editorial to lieasoo, a vigorous stand apunst the (I'ermans aud: against j i-.scja.lisl c'.ojel identified w SubicrTptlon Ratejl Pally, eelivered, per week Dally, delivered, per year Daily, by mail, per year Weekly, by sail, per year .Weekly, by mail, per yeer to U.S..JI.I" PASSING THE BVSY MAN Communications under beading Two bunJred aviators are to be sent MS at, once from Camp Grant. _ 'million people coatrl- -What have beeu tba. consequences to the 6ecofli U.S. Red Cross ....J5.M o! our action at the St. Louis cos he said. did not succeed at all In stopping the war. American. Govern- ment, being, fully determined to pro- secute the war with all vigor and de- termined to prevent the kind ot op- position to the war which Ihe St. Louis declaration authoriiea, imme- diately enacted censorship laws which, lave in their enforcement resulted iu Date i of eiptry of jubscrlptloru fur dally on label Accept of papers "-tie. expiration date cur cuthorlty to continue- tie sub- icripUon. I suppresses the socialist press. j Calgary, Is dead. hostile attitude toward _ the Government almost immediately j j..: Magwood, pioneer of Klllar- iinked us up with the anarchists, the j and brother ot' Sheriff I.W.W., and the pro-Gerrpaus. "In my judgment these resul Inevitable. A natron having deliber-j Aurora. Out., reports an'lwnor rol ately decided to engage in a most Q( .village boys killed In action or 7HE PROGRESS J OFKTHE WAR. Fighting on any large scale has prac- tically ceased agaiu on tho westerq Iront. activities being confined to ar- tillery fire and local operations, Mili- tary experts declare the latest German offensive gained nothing for them and really amounted to a defeat. drive Dr. K. J. Fluao, of Oakland, Cal., is new head of Ihe Kirst Church of Christ Scientist. The late John McJIartln, M.P., for Glengarry, left an estate valued at over four million dollars. MBS, Frills, a pioneer ot Welwyn. i sjask., and mother of Rev..S. flal- TbVu.S. SenSje. has'authorized wo- man's suffrage for tho Hawaiian If- iv Wllmiuston, Del.. poHceasi threat- n to resign en btoc unless wages are raised. t Mavor James of San Francisco. ruu for the Culifdrn- an of ex-M.lV lor Hilton, died Toronto. Tlie Royal Arclnum is. taking up he light German piess across the'- border.' Magwood, of Stratford. Is dead Us were _ serious war, involving colossal sac- rilices of men and. money, could not afford to tolerate internal propaganda I calculated to interfere with the l of wounds. j- j.. Hyan. Ganaaonue's chief ol cacuae (or more than thirty ycarf secutlou cf the war. Xo Government. was (Onni1 dead at hU home. Socialist Government, Auoth hew not tvcn would tolerate such opposition. The pressiK-e. brought lo. bear -'upon Japan to' Interfere la Siberiajls 'becoming stronger each day and some action Is eipected aiong these lines _': s >WOMEN "I foresaw what has happened the time and slated that In my >Iudg- ment'the party had blundered In Ian- guage at 'least and would sooner or later pay Vhigh price "for the imme- diate political benefits that would to" us from our exposition lo jr.- er is to be-spcn airplato bases acrpss th border: Pte. II. Grossner. U.S.A., wa given a thirty year sentence for dis loyal utterances. the war. j A score of Meilcan editors are sec "thai prlcc'weihSve'paid 'In luc War activities of, the State and >ve will payjn full if we not dis-: as (j. g. Government guests, card, frb'rn the.'St; Louis declaration I _ language'which'should ..never1 have! Another troops fo: been service 'in'' France are being raised fOR-REOISTRATJb NDAY.L Registration: day is near at hand 'and preparations handling the 5work must be' completed without du- lay.-The women of Lethbridge hare jimdertaken to do 'the bulk of the jwork, and it ii. necessary that thefr iprganiiation for that purpose ipe etfected-within the'nest few hundred women are required'to handle'the registration oooths during ;the day.but 'up to the.'present the number that las. Volunteered is very Email. Jt is. a patriotic '.undertaking ne.ver failed to answer'thejcall'ot 'country since? cpmmencEd" and we are siirVthey the call in this case. Registration is a most important. national: undertaking acd bur women, we too happy to-assume a share the day. Our-wo- TQen's" are conducted on 'a basis .and U Is business like metiiods that are required in con- nection'-with registration. Hundreds Bf: offer their services that? the .workers may be properly organized well in ad- vanes of registration day. ujn insSrtedS have coule -fq, beliere that, .the German controlled tythe the war must bear the writ era. signatures ot tho THE PERENNIALS. Jliue H, 191S. Editor Herald: I should like a llttlo space to reply to PresHeut -Maruoch's fusgcsllon re perennials on Gait I'ark. He saya that wo should have'a preponderance of perennials on the park. Well we havo at the present time. We havo planted out thts spring, one thousand nine hundred aud flltyi und wo have, lots know more about park and horticul- tural work than our worthy president of the Hoard ot Trail? It there was another person who agreed vrith him on this subject, 1 eliould thluk there was something In it. But so far 1 bavo Jailed to tlud. anyone wauta any chaugo at' oh Ih4 j lianWne you for. the aboya .epw F. II. I'ark Supl. ,OFf _. j, ijuwaras. moro atpour am a great ciilillwack. Captain HinchcHtfo lever or perennials..arfd they certain- Thomas WuyUng across the bdrder.. ;U. S. Becreinry.Daniels says for the dual purpose of conquest, j3 weidlng the various rices resi the one hand, and ot preventing, on j dent in the States. the other.- Its -overthrow hy lls own czens. .-Mr.-HicS'er-qnoled-the pamphlet at- ruei' 16 'August Thyssen, the Ger- told how the Kais'er .a'nd. .the. Chancellor: obtained the big busl- promising them and in- estmentsv be con; querVa-and- idded: business m'eb- Set i 'not In e oftly G er mans who wtjefiVambppiled.' the St> ,i; also. were... bamboozled into supporting'-the -Kaiser and his war pplUlfiV-' Beguiled hy se.duciivp pro- miss'skUiV German Spciauila Jelrayei; seenr-wfraifns'ppeued a Bresf-Liiovjk mill show-ifs'Tea -happenei EXECUTIVE ABILITY THE.GREATER NEED. The argument'being used hy' some against the candidature .of El-Mayor Oliver that, as he is not a qualified would he-unable to carry on the work'of the, department if not a sound argument. fyVhat ask of the just nojv. is nol that tney be specially equipped to .'delsiltM.wfirk'ot'lbe oepsftffleril th6m- pelves, but that they be- so equipped they may an [organization under their .control rfblch'. will produce Engineer- upg ability in Itself U z second con- Isideratlon In the present state of eity, .Eiecutlve ability Is the In that lieve most citizens will agree, that Oliver has proven himself. Jl'r. leech may develop great ability Jn i'We have has- In I the V kr'iines-X''.'' "WeJtaye. seen "what has happcne'thel EWorld' Is- now. Jit cialist friSnds afe the ;war a' Us real meaning .zV the rest nlinent sees. It. There are Ajfai1 here in Ko U. S. SbciLlUtS. elr'support-of the war. They.) ger to crlppie war.effort by cilll- sm attacking ''nnwarrantedly. 6f the day, ;pec4use country. They Ig'htsiearhiihe iSsspn ;taight-'hy ,-Mr. staiemdnf Jhlt I icre, has fcjen a dlyisjon on a motion council, either on a matter ol policy or oa any w'ncr Question .uhder consideration. We doubt If an> Id.ther city council In the whole o idanada can point to such a record, 1. anay he that II ia an enviable record jlnil wp.aro Inclined to construe Hra Harmony overdone. The viewpoint o of hard business experlenc kppearB to be needed at the COUDC uble once In a while, and of th Mro candidates offering i Mr, Oil Mcma to-he-the one-most likely .t Wpply it. r.HE SOCIALISTS AMD ._ {fnclaljsljparljj .afitt.-.- a more a i more prominent 'In' SdcUllsf cbSncf in the United Slates. Recent Sta conventions have developed ntron sentiment In favor, of support of I war, Ihe 'Socialist Aldermen Now. York .City supported I Liberty 'Loan aird. the 1 New A successor, to The Appca The first airplane mail carried ters from Xew York to poston in 2 minutes. Total addition lo the Canadian. Bx; ditlonary" Force during the month May was which ere infantry. _.. Sir John WilHson heads a commis- on appointed by the. Ontario Gov nment to housing oblem. t Ontario County Council, will add ie-hal' mill to the cpunty- tax rate hich will raise the ..M.C.A.. Lamhton County Council .decided, to rant, tie. MC for over eas worfeL The a cociatlon a Ked fo J. C. ex-director: ot the Xe'i prk Railway Co., suggests etiminat ng all 'street car service there be weeh 10 p.m. and 6 a.m. James S, Brown, n native of Sim- toe, in Ihe.Urlt- ish atmy. has beeniknij-hted." ,The general. store and warehouse B. Pricf, Reiser, Man., was de- stroyed jj John Keans, 74. for 32 years a rest dent of Essex County, and for-5 years of Windsor, died alter a iorig Illness. Aee "anti-typhoid" Innoculatlon is now offered every United States citi- zen. A bushel wheat yield ia tho.latest prediction across the bor- der. Tho 0. S. Senate will bo asked lo approve prohibition as a war meas- ure. All Iron and steel in tho States s "been taken over by the-Govern- enL The commission, form of govern- ent for Xe'w York City is suggested the duration of the war. The U. S. War Department claims hat the visible rifle supply Is suffi ent for an-army of George Albertj_Betotirnay, pioneer St. Boniface, -is dead. He had an ppointinent with..tha Indian depart lent for years. Rev. R. L. McTavlsh .cod ..Lome Laidlaw will.represent Medicine Ha ly well.in thc-lr proper season. It would purile President Marnoeh to name six., or even three perennials that >voiild flower continuously through .the whole season. As re- j J gards peVer.nldls In bloom up to'the! middle of November, these are J he! A Canadian Atlantic Port. June H jA''British steamer, having tn Loan itt officer's. N. C. O.'s.and men ot tho Kxpedlllonary Force, urriv ed Troni an Erigiiih'iMjrl today. West ern officers arriving hero are: Wm. Barline, H J. Edwards. I'cnllcton, Lieut.B. R. llowclls. SELL ENEMY COTTON. Vork, June Thu alien erly custodian sold a.050 bales o 1 cotton In the classlflca of November, these are _tho 0( (ho cotton Ex havo torifinco 1 today ijk- Wo, con-jcninso ones I have.' was park- Wo, con- j f_ b, get) flowers in the middle of September, iu this climate, for length of blooming peren- TWO MINES DESTROYED INSURANCE ?ouri Crops 'iil.' iu Clrong Compan- 'Sr ceul in cdse complete'loss Quick adjustments.. and risk placed from date or application. No farmer can atford to carry his1 own risk, owing to high cost of pulling crop In, and high price of all grains. Will Insure for UO.OO per acre aud, up. RELlXBLE COMPANIES REPRESENTED The Weicheater Fire Insurance Co., of New York The Rochester Underwriters' Agency, of Retheiter, N. Y. The Canada Security Assurance Company, of Alberta SEE ME BEFORE INSURING ELSEWHERE R. S. MABEE AGENT Hull Block Lethbrldga Adjoining the Bank of Nova 1 Scotia. oomngeason >as> g.- uials beaten.! Uii'dtlce'that wh'en thoiC- .1 perennials are slirtlug lo flower, that Wellington, N. June v perennials are staftlug lo flower, that i ..v. is the lime when h6 advocates a more 14' Two enemy mibes Jiayo been extensive use of thelli, vhut wlien they have finished blooming and our half- hardy annual and geraniums are flow- ering profusely then he is not saying nythlng for publication. Really I ,do U.S. Treasury Secretary jtimates his will eight blillons in ta; JIcAdd need t Ls nexi raise eat. One hundred towel .clail hather based 'a trousers' looter thrdug Brooklyn'Society Into a policeman arms. Senator LaFolletle's counsel Is as ng that the charge of disloyally pr before a-Senate committee b dismissed. Orville 0. Kniietd, of Oklaho.. blty, Congressional candidate, has been centenced to 20 years in jail for.opposing'the drafL For manufacturing opium, Kong Hoy, "King flt Newark, N.J.'s China- was sent to Jail for three yeara and lined i. t the Rotarji-CtufrftConventlon City this 'moath The I.W.W. pUnnea.-to; slop ulput of copper in the States, th u ordmg to testiinbdj at' the' Chlca? rial President Wilson, _ uderal jdry .leg] commended hy- loover oppos ation unles destroyed ,otf North'Cape, the northern 'cstrem'tty of New Zealand, according to an an- nouncement.inane- here. ot think he shoulil get after us for naking tho park too attractive. 1 avo reason to believe that the ina- orltv of citizens enjoy tho varied chemes of heilSihg, etc. A park, as 1 understand, Is a place where people go to enjoy the (lowers that thuy can- iot have at home. So please, Mr. 'resident.- give us a wee bit of credit or turning a piece of prairie 'Into one .of the best parks In Western: Canada. If wo were neglecting the] nark in any .way 1 should cipect the' Board of Trade to get after as they did in 1913 (Uio year I was 1 when, with eleven men work-1 ng on the park, everybody was ask- ing what was tho matter with Gall j Gardens. The Board of Trade held a meeting on -this matter, and it 'was decided to writp' the City Council, to the effect, that rta the board's :opin- j ion Gait Garden's'being one tho I beauty spots ot the prairie provinces, 11 a special effort should bo put forth i toikeep'theni in the.best of condi- tion. Evidently the keeping of them I in the" best of condition doesn't ap-! peal to Mr. Marnoeh. My one thought, President a sec- ond appeal to GoVernor Stephen of Cjjiforpla for the We of T J San. PTanctsco dynamllard as long as I am park uperintendent Is to make Gait Park as pretty ind attractive'as 1 can. But when the i majority of the' ratepayers show thai j they want anything cutting out 1; stiouju'bi; perfectly willing to vl.w'ish to tliank President Marnoeh for his compliment'in regards to my ingenuity but if I had to "use all'per onntals 1 could not jironiisa him tho of bloom he u stfca tho perennials arc over 1 thould like to say tHalT'lthow that Ihe scheme of nediilnptimtili carried out on Ihe paik has win'unstinted praifo vancl approval from and men who Experience THERE WAS PAID FOR HAIL INSURANCE, IN SASKATCHEWAN i. ALBER- TA HAlt INSUR- i 'ANCE LOSSES TOTALLED LINE COM- PANY PAID ITS LOSSES IN PULL. SINCE TION THE BrilTISH AMERICA ASSURANCE COMPANY HAS PAID OVEH. IN LOSSES. Doesn't to you'-as a good reason why you should in- sure With British Be safe ratVer than.sorry and new by letter or telephone 't W.F. Nelson and Company, 4V> 'Fifth Street South Ltthbriiipe1 -Albert! HAIL INSURANCE BE PREPARED HAIL-FOLLOWS'HOT WEATHER INSURE NOW There Is no saving in delay. Only reliable repre- sented. R.V. Gibbons Company Phone '1191' Balmoral Block The two and a half son Jules Taillon, Qisehfc J-ath in'lhe'mo- the BrikrlHe -'Fair entjcojifil Inttrf ecutlon of, the war. e ,cio- the..Calgary police, fouijil a hftamln. ife eleatials hopped >to safer ot.lhe, eastern section. A. bode. Calgary's Medical Health At Kitchener Henry Reeves. 60, In of (he House of -Refuge, wh tnucer' ays mattresses are a menace -flo ealth. That's another reason for'tho boys being eager lo get out to ihe akta lo sleep on a camp bed. -The OttawJ Government wantsUo hink twice before pulling on -cm> bargoc.a. ...If'It doesn't the Western consumer may-put ati embargo Government-' t w r saving is costly to .leaded guilty to a Bcrjoiis .charge was Bonlenccd to in-KIng zton penitentiary and ten lashes. At Lindsay the ordination aervlc ol Hay of Quinle conference wa held, II. Mcrrlck, W. 1 Trusco'tt and Edivlo V. Swayne wer Ihe candidate: for tha ministry. A fine ot.jiooo with the option g'lx monthi'. imprisonment' li postu on Luther Merrill, under exl.r ordinary youag _w.lth a vlllo, 'On'farip, a portion of which Vftrecl wJtfi :buBh'._Iffe la proved; bfGlrfrmnrtnr'ii big business for many past, faVjrn, laborers ftcjoirlfs, 'one month Hence. ONLY THE BEST A.ND KOST RELIABLE COMPANIES REP- RESENTED. POLICIES WRIT- TEN OFFICE. IMMED- IATE COVERING. AMOUNT. PROMPT'SETTLE- MENT3. InsureNIIW Knox Cturdi_ r4lh Ave S. Rev Capt A H Denoon Barter W F. eenilces it'll and 731 pa Oam Doya DepanmenL 2.30 a.m. Big Sisters1 Bible Class. 00 pra.: Big Bi-olbeVs' Bible Class. 2.15 p.m.: Other Department of Sun day School pjn.: Chinese Class. TflB UNITED CHURCH OF NORTH LETHBRIDGE "t. Rey E J Hodgiri, Patlft- 27f 6th Ave N v' Phone 16 rnn Class Oleerrnfe Ift Boy Olrla f! J- 10 am Boys Dept S In "TOPIC Hejri Wwdcutter Divided a Tree the Divlilon of Life i 2 prn Beginners and Primary Depta ot lie S S In tho Mall pm Olrls Dept dr the S S In tho Church p m Addt of tho S S III the Church j 7SO Topic" The Problem Are We Nearer Famine Than We Think? Wesley Chyrch Chas. E. Craggt B. 0., Pastor. Residence 320 llth St. S. Phones: 404, Church Study'408 Claude Hughes.-Musical Director 11 n.m.: Morning Worship. 12 noon: Bible Schiwl and Bible Class- es. i 7.30 Bvenlng .'Service. Subject "The the Kind, of Men We. Need In (he Council." The pastor will preach at" both ser vices. e ANGLICAN Church