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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - March 4, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOUR 1UK LETHBHIDUE DAILY UKKAL.L) MONDAY, MAlUiH 1. KU8 Xetbbri&ae, Slbctta DAILY AND WEEKLY Proprietors and Publisher** {THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD PRINTING COMPANY, LIMITED S23 6th Street South. Lethbridge* V/. A. Buchanan President and Managing Director John Torrance - - Busiut.^ Manager Business Editorial TELEPHONES Office Office * 4 J 4 Dally. Daily, Daily, Subscription Raten; delivered, per week delivered, p?r year , by. mail, per year ., Weekly, by mail, per year 4 * . .to .$5.00 . ? 1.00 Weekly, Vy mail, per year to V.S..?- 0i) Dates of expiry of subscriptions appear daily on address label. Acceptance of papers :.?to_ expiration r.ato is our authority to continue the .--ub- scription. THE PROGRESS OF THE WAR T1 i e war situation remains very much the same. Germany keep? advancing in Us Russian campaign and the deluded -Bolshevik! ought to realize by this time that Germany's talk about being engaged wholly in a defensive war is a lot of guff. Even since peace was arranged Germany has been more aggressive in Russia than it" had been for months. It is certain-ly only the blind thai will not see. Fetrograd is reported to be threatened with the loss of its chief source of I food supply and if that should develop into an actuality famine will be in its midst very soon. There -continued to be much consideration given to the possibility of Japan entering the struggle by concentrating forces in Siberia and opinion seems to be quite generally in favor amongst the allies, though the United States has not yet intimated that the proposal is acceptable. On the western front the attention of tbe allies seems to be confined to raids by the enemy. The Germans are 'not making any headway with these operations. * On the seas there have *been a few mercantile losses to the allies while mines have entrapped some' of tho smaller vessels of tiie German fleet. promoto peace. Today ho is for the wnr and is helping his country in every way possible. If Hryvin or Ford were pro-Germans it would be a different matter but. they are not. They are pro-.-\inerir;ins and pro-ally. They were on the wrong trail once but. since they are on the right trail now. why should we in Canada., show dislike to them. The Toronto affair leaves our soldier? and our people- open to a wrong interpretation. At one time mil-Ihms of the people of the 1'nited States w-mteiT to keen out of the war. Today most of those millions ur�\ en-thu.iintically supporting the war. Why he hostile to them on account of their former attitude? In this connection we find the prominent Xew York Socialist, Morris I-lill-quii, altering his opinions too. He is finding the truth a little hue In the day but the fact that he has found it is satisfying. Recently speaking to u Soen'ist audience in Xew York he said; Morris Ilillqnit. Socialist leaner, is r:u:.u\l as saying in a speech in New York on Wednesday nigra:"It is now clearer than ever before that autocracy and militarism in Germany and Aus: r ia inust be put down. I want to say to yon, my Socialist friends, thai there is at lea?" one branch of war service into which you can enter with all your he.irts and souls to aid our president in bringing about his ideals of peace. That branch of the war service is the work of scattering propoganda among the laboring classes of Germany and Austria and bringing them to understand that the laboring classes of America are with them. We must all work together for a universal and democratic peace." We ought to welcome these changes of opinion, rather than frown upon them. The New York World's strictures upon the reception given Mr. Bryan in Toronto should be respected, it has always been strongly pro-ally and on many occasions criticized the �*PICKED PA SSIJVG m At The Capital (Editorlnl Correspondence of (he Winnipeg Free Press) \ Letter No. 7 ,000. Expenditure during the past year of ?4t)f)V.>-UL2r fitting the so uier in- ( a^emem. Allot tillv wnrkfirl-mit nlnn .... . ...... to a beautifully worked-out On the contrary, every Individual purchase between and underwrite Hie t______ _____ .....her is that the gov- plan. i eminent shall take over, by purchase or exportation, large areas >A Kev. James Reid, well known hardware W. E. Millson. pastor of Grace ] traveller, died at. Montreal. Ho was Methodist church. St. Thomas, has ac copied a call to Eistowef' Rev. W. H. Harvey, of the First tlons. As indicated in an earlier article \ a considerable proportion of return- j ed soldiers will take care of them- 1 selves with a minimum of trouble to ; the Board. These will be men ac? country who will an authority on the history of Quebec1 customed to the and upon antiquities. | come back with a clear idea of what - I they are going to do. Some of these The Northern Advance of Barrio, j men will return to their own farms, Methodist church. St.*,-Thomas, has I bas changed bands, Mr. Grew having j and they will find the $2,500 advanced been invited to Hespeler, Ont. I disposed of it to J. B. Bryant, late j from Ottawa convenient for clearing - } of the Hamilton Herald. ; up encumbrances and securing stock Miss Armstrong of the Hess Street ! - land equipment.. Others will have school. Hamilton. Ont,, after r>4 years f Appeal of the defendants in the. j farms in mind to buy. With their per-soent in the teaching profession, has ; case of Sisten BasrtI v. Archbishop i sonal resources, plus the government retired. ; Spratt, ot Kingston, will come up in � advance, they will see their way to - ! Toronto iu two weeks' time. j financing the proposition. Others have - ' homesteads awaiting thoir return. Oth-I.O.D.E., of Sault Ste. Marie, by ; Grs again will be willing to hunt out means of collections from customers ; and locate upon homesteads in the in the local stores, -are enabled to j areas where these are still available, send overseas 400 Easter boxes. j The real problem appears when �- | one considers what is to be done Corporal Davis, 3rd Canadian In- j with the Uiousands of returned sol-fantry, Toronto regiment, a prisoner i dlers who will require more detail-in Germany, writes from Holland1 saying he escaped on January 20th. At Belleville Mr. and Mrs. George Edwards commemorated their golden wedding, h:iring bsen married in England r�0 years ago. At Hran-tford Albert Bates: was instantly killed when his clothing caught in a revolving shaft at the plant of the Canada Glue. Company. on many occasions criticizeu me j * light Sub-Lieut. Harold Refd, son i course of Mr. Brvan as secretary of of O. M. Reid, Belleville synod, nephew state but it recognizes that Mr. Bryan 1 �}*f Jate Sir; M^enzie^eR, was ed and considerable treatment. For all these lands now privately owned The first steel for the four ships I -' \ must be secured. Let it be assum- to he built at the yard of the Cana-! Mr. J. M. Campbell, manager of the | ed that for Canada as a whole dian Allis-Chalmers' Company at Ni-' Northern Crown bank, Red Deer, was j 40,000 soldiers of this class will have agara Falls. Ont., was received. i elected to fill the unexpired term on to be placed. They will ask for _ ! the Ked Deer council of the late Aid ; farms of all sizes-smalt holdings in Charged with robberies at St. j Harvey. j the eastern provinces, market gar- Thomas, Milton Staeev, John Stacey1 * - | dens in the neighborhood of citTes, and Albert Berden were ali commit-. .The Brockville Board of Trade,  quarter or half sections Hi t'he ted for trial at the spring assizes. ; after a lapse of five years, was re-: jfrairio provinces, and larger area* _ ; organized, taking" the place of Brock- Flight Sub-Lieut. Harold Reid, son \ ville Advertising Club, which passes out of existence. posal Is that the government, should work out a scheme by which it could get land as it is needed for the soldiers upon ft fixed price basis. This would involve the fixing of a basic price for vacant land in a defined district, for a period of years. Laud as desired could be taken any time during the period on the terms fixed. In such an area the owner could not retain .vacant land for which there was an application by a soldier seeking a location. The fixing of prices Tor a period would be necessary to prevent a rapid riso in the price as settlement proceeds. There are in the three prajrio provinces some thirty million acres of land, owned by private parties, within easy access ot: the railways. Most of this in land that was bought because the purchaser thought it was worth buying to held. It is therefore, presumably better land than the average. An inspection of the- excellent maps which have been compiled by the natural resources branch of the interior department show vacant land everywhere, and great sireiche* of '-(Lomond Press) The Villager Council called a meeting of the ratepayers last Friday night as a feeler on a proposed bond issue of six thousand dollars 'for Inral improvements. It ta proposed to spent two thousnnd on sidewalks, two thousand on street grading and two '.hoiifl-and towards providing a water supply. If the scheme In OlC'd it in proposed to secure a well site south of town, sink a well and purchase a team and outfit, nnd hire a man to operate il andj if ho should have time on his hands, to keep the Htreofs in repair and team away the accumulation of rubbish. It. Is also proposed to sink one or two more deep wells In different parts ot the town. The town can easily assume this obligation without embarrassment and the suggested improvements are obviously' needed. In provious years, of the fish produced by the three prairie provlncea. only 15 per cent, was used there, 85 per cent, having been exported t.u the United States. The consumption is now over 50 per cent. far removed from the couserratWs methods of the mortgage companies. But with care and supervision the losses ought to represent but an insignificant proportion of the- total investment. II would, he necessary, of course, to put some limit to the extent of the invest men( which (he government r.ould make for a soldier. In Aust ralia. whore a land settlement scheme for returned soldiers U already in operation, the government, will buy laud tor su indlvidusA up to one thousand pounds and advance, as needed, for improvements upon it to five hundred pounds-making a possible ' maximum outlay of jL L50U, which the aoldier assumes as a liability on the amortization it in certain areas in Saskatchc-1 plan. Australia lias made prelim- is a loyal supporter of the allied cause ; [anff ! volve the country in an expenditure j government^ will lend to the actual ; in excess of one blHion dollars, a 1 value of the .property - a procedure SPLENDID TYPE OF PUBLIp SERVANT H. C. Brewster was'an honest pub- !recDrd-on lhe- wax a "red rag' to men aide to General Turner, London, has : islature. resigned his post to join the army service corps in France, i inary provision for $100,000,000 to go on with the work meanwhile. It would perhaps not be inaccurate to say that there are members of the government who are very much concerned over the magnitude of the proposition; and there have been one of two tentative attempt* to develop the suggestion that the provinces should tackle the task. There will be nothing of this son beyond co-operation where It is necessary by the provinces. Ther� was some discussion about this a1 the recent gathering of provincial premiers here: and the Dominion government knows now. beyond all question, that this la a burden which it must carry itself. Meanwhile one consequence of the emergence of this huge problem Is to make thp between j western provinces less keen than they were to take ove*1 the natural resourcs at this time. They will leave them with the Dominion government: and at the same time leave with it the 'policy of settling the returned soldiers on the land. Experiments^ with 50, ...pounds . ot whale meat will be made by the do- / Threats by London, Ont., that baliff would seize property of London and Lake E$e' Railway Transportation 'Company uuleas the I the i and its l lie man, too honest for certain ele- who had .fougnt an(j bied1 for the allied * mestic science section of the food de-1 taxes were immedteteijE. paid, eesult-1 British ' _______ A ..... " ,,i ^a 1 partment to determine its value as j ed inpayment. - \ meats in the Liberal party in ,ru�i� cau5ei bui that jt was w|ge anU in th6 Colombia. When the Liberal party an-i Jnferes� Qf ^ Bdvancwnent of Uie pealed to the people of British Colum-! bia in the general election of 1316 it had a platform. When the party was successful Mr. Brewster endeavored a substitute for other.-meax. allied cause among the former "stay out of the war" element in the United States, to stir up this trouble, will not likelv be agreed by those people seri-to carrj.- out the platform but iras com- j ^ iQterested ,n the ei-lstence o� batted by men, who thought evidently __, , __, u^,.nnr, +ua An Ottawa correspondent says tbatl Sir Robert Borden may not'go! to .the coming Imperial Conference but that Canada .will be represented by Hon. Arthur Meighen and Hon. N. Rowell. ihat platforms were intended as mere camouflage for elections and not for adoption in administration methods or in legislation. It was because Mr. Brewster was honest and-upright that he did htE utmost to put the platform into effect. He had m3ny obstacles to ineet but be did not yield to the ma- j chine politicians and he passes away with a reputation for the highest type of public service during hjs short ca- } reer at the head of affairsun the neigh- | Coring province. British Columbia ] will certainly have difficulty in re- ' placing Mr. .Brewster. One of the most worthy tributes paid to Mr. Brewster is that of the Saskatoon Star, for it is a perfectly correct estimate of the deceased premier, ft says: ''Premier Brewster, lived long enough to make a name "for himself as a square- and honest politician. - The the very be3t relations between the peo^�le3 of the United States and Can-ada. A.:  McKiqvon, - of tbe  Kingston i Smelting Go.,-fend B. Cfcafelin, cherai-1 cal engineer, ot New York, ara.About j to establish a. chemical industry in ' Kingston,1 in company wiUt several well-known local men. NEW ISSUE D. Zachman- a farmer of Irvine.,.,for j driving on and leaving Jack Rotferts, ia little boy of 4 years old, whom he.. - ; knocked down on C&Iumbla avenue, j vlnce. They found fiye�:In the' Ganora- The greatest puzzle of the year, j Medicine Hat, 'was fined $50.00. and j district who were*, .^ned varying I What is an income? The tax collector i c03t9' - r Saskatchewan provincial police are conducting a -eampaigftl'- td round up a^ien enemies who hare- tailed to re-1 port in the northern'part of the pro- �ffering �f i will soon solve it- It would appear that the high tern- Sunday were merely a camouflage. Lindsay Ireland, cutting wood with a buzz saw,-at Stony Point, made two I revolutions when his sleeve caught, peratures of. Saturday and part of � and was badly cut. He was unconscious for four days, but is recovering, y �amounts. $6,900,000 Five Year 6% Refunding Gold Bonds Since Howell Harris is now able to spend his winters in the Sunny South it I . Dr. J. T. Finnie, M.P.P. for St. | Lawrence division, Montreal, has is evident that he recovered that i heen appointed by the provincial $15,000 bank roll. i We are-told that-B.C. is shipping potatoes to the prairie province. The first thing we know Lethbridge will be shipping strawberries to B.C. Major Lowrey, in-the Alberta legislature, said that the after' the war I by the Imperials. NOBLEFORD NEWS F (From Our Own Correspondent) Nobletord, March 1. - ^ good company of our people were down at Lethbridge on Monday-to hear Harry, Lauder. All reported a very good time. Mrs. Frazer of Clareaholm, spent the wjeek-end visiting her daughter here. Mrs. W. J. Buchanan spent the weekend at Vulcan. The full arrangement for the church ~ . ~ . TT . . . on March 10th are now made and pro- T G?r,nGt .^tt-^11.0 C?m* grammes will it is expected be out on manded the defunct Fifth Division, has ! Monday not yet been named for any .post but j - w re t to h f th caseg. of most anxious to return to Franca. , Orahum, Claresholm, and It is hkely many surplus o ficers of the Bad ^ ^ u , h d b a, thRt division eventually will be absorbed nllfhrfl,i.. 1 1 CITY OF MONTREAL DATED 1st DECEMBER, 1917 DUE 1st DECEMBER, 1922 ; government of Quebec to the posl- , tion of collector of provincial revenue for Montreal. fact is, he was a little too square, a  prGbIems are not to be solved by put-little too honest, a little too unyleld-' , ,n B__+,, � , ing to suit the men who were his chief { tm^ a11 the BCldier* on the land' for all the soldiers won't go there. There It is reported that 'the outbreak will he arrested at once.� The committee of the K.P.'s who j hav.e tbe dancing arrangements in' possibly when lianf] are consifi0rmg the postponement; political supporters. His spirit will march on. He helped to teach Canadian politicians that it pays to honest, to be four square, to be strong *ldJ straightforward and to put the welfare of the country ahead of every other consideration." I in due course draftees from Canada { all dan.ce3 till all danger of it spread- j Interest payable half-yearly-1st June and December. Principal and Interest payable in Gold at the City Treasurer's Office, Montreal, or at the Agency of the Bank of Montreal, New York. � i Bonds issued in Coupon form in denominations of $100, $500 and $1,000, [ ISSUE PRICE-PAR. A full half year's interest will be paid 1st June, 1918. The bonds therefore give a net yield to the investor of about 6�%. is no doubt about that and it is juat �as well not to forget it. THE TREATMENT ACCORDED BRYAN It Is only natural that there is a tfif- j his own interpretation on party loy- A. G. McKay was terrlhly Indignant at Liberals woo differed with the Dominion leader but he seems to be quite ; is idle gossip, content with himself in differing with the provincial leader. He desires to put enlisted under the Military Service � Act arrive in England they will be | quartered in a special camp of their j own for training, but the people of i Canada may rest assured that even . if this is the-case, any case of dlstlnc-: tion between volunteers and draftees A dispatch from the official Bus- \ na^e befm helli thls week am1 the re-:3ian news agency says that the town ; 8Ulta w,n bc lluhHshed in our next i of TcherkUet, 2o miles from Helsing- ; week-s coiunin fors capital of Finland, has capitul-j Tne hig Hnow stoim on Sunday wa?. ated to the Bolsheviki, six hundred ing to this district is at an end. J. C. Wainwright, tjie G.C. for Al-| berta for the K.l-Vs was a visitor in j town on Thursday. | W. A. Buchanan, M.P., was a visitor; at the home of E. S. Cranstouav last Friday, on the occasion of the formal opening of the new school. The monthly school examinations Terence of opinion on the treatment accorded to William Jennings Bryan iu Toronto. Naturally the hostile r*- \ ception delights the jingo element but whether the affair doe3 Toronto any credit is anothor matter. U is not fair to blame the soldiers; the re-Aposlbility for the demonstration rests .yp'on two "pop gun' newspapers of To-Tonito. They provided the fuses and Invited the soldiers to-set them off. Air. Bryan's attitude on the war, prior to the entrance of the United St&tea into the struggle was not accept/able to anybody familiar with the causes of-'the war and the groat pur- J pose for which it. was being waged. He was a pacifist, pure and simple. However, � when- his country went to war he immediately got behind the administration -and 13 today doing his bit itor his country. If the Toronto Telegram and Toronto New3 ^re unwilling to forgive rBryau, why don'i they carry their campaign further and iemand a boycott on the products of .p&nry Ford. It is just a-s sensible, j Henry. Ford was a genuine pacifist; he � put up' money � by the million to alty. THE BANK OF MONTREAL, Fiscal Agent of the City of Mont-real, is authorized to offer the-above-named bonds for public sale on behalf of the City, at par* without accrued interest, payment to be made in full on 8th April, 1918, against delivery of the bonds at any Branch, in Canada, of the BANK OF MONTREAL, or of any bank the applicant may specify, or at the Agency of the BANK OF MONTREAL,' New YbrW or Chicago. The Farmers' Fire and Hail Insur- � White Guards being taken prisoner. , ! Red Guards defeated the White Guards ance Company stay with us. Let the ; aL Kerkala. on the Karis-Helsingfors citizens do all they can to promote the : line; 150 of the White Guards are said welfare of. the company; it may grow ;to have surrendered. into a big. institution that will be as helpful to us as some of the big companies of Hartford are to that city. Miss McAdam's speech, the Calgary Alhertan saya, was the gem of * the debate on the speech from the throne. But then of course, Geo. P. Smith, Duncan Marshall, Martin Woolf and the other spellbinders didn't speak. Anyway we are glad .Miss McAd'uma has the honors and we hope she retains them. | Dispatches from Stockholm stia,te i i that an agreement has been made un-! dor which the Russian and Finish j troops will both evacuate the Aland i Island, leaving the forts and materials [enjoyed by all as with the ground in moist condition it readily sunk Into it ; and ail promises wall for a good crop.  The fall plowing looks particularly good, and with a lot of this done it is expected that a large area will he sown I this year. Last night another severe "wind storm struck here but luckily no damage was done. The Noblefonl Red Cross Sewing circle met at the home of Mrs. W. .7. j in cnarge of the inhabitants and the | Buchanan on w^inesday of this week. Swedwii force recently landed. The Th d, present and a I-mniHhtroops, tne advices state have, la amount f k* WM accom. already returnod to t n and, while the . uBh d Tft u , Uuye an. Husslans wjll proceed to Sweden, re- * hmf. w ^f , 4" It is contended that Sir George Foster Is not energetic enough as minis-ter of trade and commerce. The best joh for Sir George would ho minister of propaganda. He is greatly gifted an a platform speaker and if he was to go about the country on an evangelistic tour he would arouse a lot of the dormant people. maining there until conditions in the Baltic, now blocked with ice, admit of their returning to Russia. Aspiration to membership of the imperial parliament on the part of Anglo-Canadians are being manifest on several sides. Lawrence M. Lyon, formerly of Toronto, Is announced as a candidate for Hastings; Harry Brit-tain for �cton, Middlesex, and Col. Grant Morden was recently invited fo content Brentford. In each case the candidate stands in the Conservative or Unionist Interests. Hamar Greenwood and Joseph Martin are the only overseas members selected in the JUih-eral interestu. other box of work to send to headquarters in Calgary. A parcel of work containing forty urticles w.as received from Mrs. Burns, making one hundred and 3ix articles done by her since January J6th. Mrs. Burns cannot be too highly praiff.-d for this splendid record. Mrs. Harris is starting a girlB' knitting cht.sH to meet at her home on J*M-day afternoons at. :;.:Ui p.m. Any of the girls who wish to learn tb knit arc invited. The meeting of the Red Cross will be held at. Mr*. Uuchanan'fl next Wednesday afternoon. The regular monthfy meeting of the Red Cross will be held in the new school on Thursday, tyarch o, at. s p.m., ail -members and friends are invited to attend. The issue is made to refund a like amount of Montreal Three-Year Sr/o Notes, the original issue having been made for public works, in anticipation of a permanent loan. i Beginning 25th February, 1918, applications for the bonds will be received by the BANK OF MONTREAL, MONTREAL, or any of its branches, from whom application forms and copies of the prospectus giving Full particulars of the issue may be obtained on request- The offering is subject to/withdrawal on or before the 18th March, 1918. Applications should be addressed to the t BANK OF MONTREAL, MONTREAL _ T m and should contain full instructions as to place of delivery and payment suitable1 to the applicant, and the denominations of bonds required. 1 The issue is made with the approval of the Minister of Finance, Ottawa. ;