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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 4, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta %imvit>ii, Blberta ,1 OAlUV-ANb WEkkkY Proprl^ors and Publlihora JfHE LETHBBIDGE HERALD PRINT-r-.. INQ COMPANY, LIMITED t23 6th Street South. Lethbrlds** V/. A. Buchanan r FrcaWont and Managing Dfrootor fohn Torrance  - Bualneea Manager TELEPHONES Business Otflce .............. 3252 Gdltorial OUice ..;........... 1221 promolo "peade. Toflay ho Is for tlie war and is helping his cpuntry tn every way possHjle. If Brjian or fSjrd wer�-pro-Ocrman8 It would be a different matter bwt theyare not Thoy are.pro-AinorJcans and.pro-ally. Thoy -wore on the wrong-lrall onco but since they are on the right trail now, why shrinld we in Canada, �how dfallko lo 'theni; The Torontb.atfalr'leaves our �soldiers and oiir-peoplo ope'n to a wroiig interpretation. At one time millions of the peiiple ot the United States wantofr to Xeep'out of the war. Today most ot those millions nvo, on-thiisifttlcally suppotting the war. Wliy be hostile to them on account of their former attitude? In this connection wo find the prominent New Vork Socialist. Jlorrlg HIU-.XO I quit, altering his opinions too. He Is Subscription Ratea: Dally, delivered, per week ... Pally, delivered, per year .....$5.00 j finding the truth a little late in tlio Dally, by. mall, per year ......$4.00 Weekly, by mall, per year ..... Weekly, by mall, per year to U.S..J2.0i) , Dates of e.'cplry of subscriptions appear daily on address Iat)et. Acceptance ot papers r.tto.- expiratiLn liate Is our authority to continue the subscription. THE PROGRESS OF THE WAR fTha *ar situation remains very innch the same. Germany keeps advancing in its Russian campaign and the dcluded^Bolshevikl ought to reai-lifl by this time that Germany's talk about being engaged wholly in a defensive war is a lot of guff. Even �luce peace was arranged Germany has been more aggressive in Russia than It' had been for months. It Is certainly only the blind that will not see. Petrograd is reported to be threatened with the loss of Its chief source of food supply and if that should develop Into an actuality famine will be in its midst very soon. There-fiontinuea to be much con-�Ideration given to the possibility ot Japan entering the struggle by concentrating forces in Siberia and opin-ion seems to be quite generally In tavor amoAgst the allies, though the .United .States has not yet Intimated - that the proposal is acceptable. On the western front the attention ot the allies seems to be confined to raids by the'enemy. ;The Germans are 'not making any headway with these operations. t'On-the seas there have (been a few mercantile losses to the alllgs while ^mines have "entrapped some'of tha ,, Bmaller vessels of tlie German fleet. day but the_ fact that he has found it is satisfying. Recently speaking to a Socialist audience In New York be said: Morris HHlquit. Socialist leader, is quoted ns saying in a speech in New York on Wednesday riight:"lt is now clearer than ever before that autocracy and militarism in Germany and Austria must be put down. I want to say to you, my Socialist friends, that tliere is at least one branch of war service into which you can enter with all your hearts and souls to aid LETHBHIDGE^^ -DAlLt > MONDAY,. MARCH 4V 1'J18 '^PICKED UP m-* PJtSSTNG ^^^^ Potorboro Planing JliU Company's' rail! was dOBttx>yod by tiro.  ', . Roht. H. Pringte, former to*n solicitor ot Brampton, Ont, Is dead. * Rev. Dr. McLean, pastor ot St. Knox church, St. Mary's OnL, la rotlrlng. A. C. Brown who has been police chict at Ffirnle for five years has resigned. Y . G. E. Taylor, K. C. Mosso Jaw is one of tho new high court Judges in Saskatchewan. Rev. W. B. Millaon, pastor, of Grace .Methodist church, St. Thomas, has accepted a call to Llstowef' ' Rev. W. H. Harvex, of 'th'() First .Methodist -church, St,/ Tliomaa, has been -invited to Hespeler, Qn^. \ ' ^ Miss Armstrong of tho ^HeSs Street school. Hamilton, Ont., after 54 years spent in the teaching-profession^ has retireti. At BeUoville Mr. and Mrs. George Edwards commemorated their solden England 60 years ago. � At BrniHford Albert Bfttef was in stantly killed when his cIotMng caught SPLENDID TYPE OF PUBLIp SERVANT . . � ... �? H. C. Brewster was^n honest pub-;iic man,', too honest ior certain el?-menta In the Liberal party In British 'Columbia. When the Liberal party appealed to the people of British Colum-pia. in the general elation of 1916 it Jiad a platform. When the party was nccessful Mr. Brewster endeavored to carry out tte platform but was com-j)atted by men, who thought.evidently, jthat platforms were intended as mere �amonfhigupright that he did (his utmost: t� put the platform into el^ecti. He had many obstacles to .'meat ^nt.Iie'dld not yield tbthe ma-'chjne politicians and he passes away with fk peputatldn^for- the Tii^eat type of pubUc'^servlce dui^Ing A^a short pa-.' feer at i^h head of affalrs4n Uie neighboring province. - - Brillsh Columbia : wUlifeertalniy 'have'difficulty in re-Jiltfclpif Mr^Brewster. 6ne c^t.the most .vorthy tributes paid tp. Mfv JBr�ii^r8ter. is .th�t; ot ';.th e �Sas--^jiatopn Star, for it is a.perfectly cor-tteof'estlinate dt the deceased premier. Itaay-sT- '* " " ' ^- "' I ''Premier-. -Brewster. lived � long en-,' imgVtO-Jnake'a namB~1or Ifimself as: ,� aqnaratand honest politician. ^ The' Jfact 18, he was a little too square, a ^:lHtle 6po "honest, a UtUe too unyteld-i'Jng to suit'the men who were his chief JSkoMtical supporters. His spirit will anarch on. He helped-to teach Cana ;'dian politicians th'it It pays to be fconest, to be tour square, to be strong �nd straightforward and to put the "flvetlsy:eot the country ahead of every ^thdr consideration." our president in bringing about his I wedding, having been married in Ideals of peace. That branch of tho ' ��- war service is the work of jscatter-!ng propoganda among the laboring classes of Germany and Austria and , bringing them' to understand that tha; In a revolving shaft.at the plant of laboring classes of America are with ' "'" ---"------- them. We must all work together tor a universal and democratic peace." We ought to welcome these changes of opinion, ratter than frown upon them. The New York World's strictures upon the reception given Mr. Brj-an in Toronto should be respected. U has always been strongly pro-ally and on many occasions criticized the course of Mr. Brj-an as secretary ot state but it recognizes that Mr. Bryan Is a loyal supporter of the allied -cause now and is naturally Indlsnint at the treatment meted out to him. It ought to be informed that Toronto newspapers, ot the blood and thunder type. Inspired the hostility to one ot the leading.-^en of the neigh-boring republic and not the soldiers. ' The Dominion Alliance people were certainly foolish to Invite Mr. Bryan to Toronto and to persist Iri having him come, when it was known newspapers were rousing prejudices and trying to create trouble. It. would appear that the.Alllance.conventlon in Toronto dfd more.harm than good. It wa� easy to niake,Bryan's past record on th�-war a "red rag" to men who had -fought and bled for the allied cause, but that it was wise and,in the Interest ot the advancement of the allied cause aimong the former "stay The Capital (Edllorlnl Correspondenco of the .Winnipeg Fro'o Press) the Canada Glue. Company. The first steel for' Qie" four ships I to be built at the yard ot the Cana-' dlan AIHs-Chalmers Company at Niagara Falls, Out., was received. Charged wHh robberies at St. Thomas, Milton Stacey, John Stacey and Albert Berden were all conMult-ted for trial at the spring assizes. Flight Sub-Ueut. Harold Reld, son of C. M. Reld, Belleville synod.'^nephew of the late Sir MacKenzie Bowell, was killed In an airplane colHsion In England. At Stratford Wrh. Schenck' was awardBjd $475 damages against R. White & Co. for Injury Tvhon he fell down the elevator shaft at the company's store. , ^ �AUlston, Is elated; o'v.er ^tho'pro^ pects of securing the Veterinary Specialty Company, of Torpnto, as a new industry with a promised yearly pay roll of |50,000. Oapt. Bob Rogers, Winnipeg, s'on of the former public works- minister, and a^de to General Turner,' Loifdan, has resigned his post to Join the army service corps in France, i .Experiments, .with.. .pO^ ...}>.Q^nd8 :r.-,o|, whale miat will be made by t{ie do vmestfc science section ot the tood^d^ partmeht to determine its value ajs a substitute for other.-meaj.;; ..^ An Otta\^-a �� edrrespbndant ia�B that' ' Molfort, Sask.. rafaod �7,000 by.i Rod Cross patriotic mIo. Mrs. Wllgar, mother of Mrs. (Rev.) Hamilton, of Beaver Minos, died in Toronto. Five farms near OrangoviUo,- with total nrhx ot 500 ucres; brought ag-gregato pi^lpe ot $36,000. Expenditure during tl^o past year of $466,946.26 for the construction ol roads and bridges wasjnado in Manitoba. James Reld, well known hard>varo traveller, died at Montreal. He was an authority on the history of Quebec and upon antiquities. The Northern: Advance of Barrio, has changed liaiids, Mr. Crew having disposed of it to J. B. Bryant, late ot the Hamilton Herald. Appeal ot the defendants In tho case of Slsten Bai^ll v. Archbishop Sprntt, of Kingston, will come up Id Toronto In two weeks' time. I.O.D.E.,'of Sault Ste. Marie, by means ot collections from customers in the local atorea, ore enabled to send.overseas 400 .Kuter hoses. Corporal'Davis, 3rd Canadian Infantry, Toronto jeglment, a prisoner in Germany, writes from Holland saying he escapedo^ January 20th Mr. J. M. Campbell, manager of the Northern Crown bank, Red Deer, Was elected to fill the unexpired term on the Red Deer council ot the late Aid Harvey. The Brockvllle Board of Trade, after a lapse of five years, was reorganized, taking^ the place ot Brock-r ville Advertising Club, which passes out of existence. . Proscribed literature, alleged to bo German proifaganda, ils 'being mysteriously circulated in Tomiskam-ing'district. Including Cobalt. HaJJej-bury and New Liskeard. In the last cold spell at Windsor the "antl-rreeze" wagon ot the great railway did a rushing business thawing' out - frdieat^JVofer -pipes/ A thousand "Jobs" awalt'ed'attentlonl _ -.' The OaJgary Herald reports that J. A. McCall, of Aciidfc. Slartln Woolf.-df Cardslon, ind -Hi J., ilontgomery,'of Wetasklwln, are all cCspirants tor thie deputy speakership of the Alberta legislature. -. � t Threats" by LbndonT Ont:. that the balltf i^ould seize properly ot the Londoh^and -Lalc^^^^E^lg. Railway and Transportation ICompSB'y; unless ils Letter No. 7 dttAwa. - In tho big tajik of settling tho returned soldiers the need is for a flexible, adjustable scheme which will take care of every kind ot application that-Is bona tide. Thie Is not a case for fitting,this soldier into n beautifully worked-out plan. On' - the contrary, every Individual applicant must bo dealt withi>on his own merits^ and If the case is deserving ii\6 regulations ,>idU8t, It nocessAry, bo adjusted lo tho man and not tho man to the regulations. As Indicated In an earlier article a considerable .proportion ot returned soldiers will take care of - themselves with a minimum ot trouble to the Board. Tliose will be men aa- iiurdeu wholly beyond'the catmo.ily of tlio cpiihlry to � cavrjf' under the oondiilonr I which ivlU t shall arrange terms ot purcliose between buyer and soUer' ahd. underwrite the ngroeniont. Another is that the. government shall talio. oyoi;. by .purchase or oxporlntlon, large areas . of vachnt land and resell .to noldtors on a long tenn basis of pdymenl-^n objootion tp this is Uie large amount of capital that would bo locked up. Perhaps .the mo-st. praotlcal, iiro-posal Is that Uto governinerit.should work out a scheme by ^yhlph . it could get land aaMt.is needed for tho soldiers i)pon a fixed price basis. This would Involve the flxlYig of a basic price tor vacant- land In a de custonied to the country who wil fi,ed district tor a period of years. �onie tlack �with a clear^ldoa of what Land as desired could be lakou any they are going to do. Some of these time during the period on the terms men will return to their own farms t, such nn area the oWuer and they will find the $2,500 advanced from Ottawa convenient for clearing up encumbrances and securing stock LOMONb 18' �NtcitlillltINO iNcLttWrid 'JPrtiin)-,' ' Tho Village' Oounoil .CBllad a DieetSl'*alf|s'to .blame- the . soldiers; the re-IblUtyfor.the demonstration rests 1 two "pop..gun"-newspapersQtTo-inito. .iTIley provided the fuijes and iVj^d/tJuTBOidjers to 'B0t them oft- J �:^T. Bryan's ajttltu'de on the'war, irio? ta\ Vfi^ -entrance of the-; United Wmviqto^tbe struggle'was not ac-ip0)ic)c9iftuybody familiar with the .ua^B ' ^^jrtber ahd .1t''jl�o)raQtt on vrffdiicta of ' " , It is Junt;^^vMS|?ji>>liB, A. G. McKay was terribly indignant at Liberals wlip differed with the Dominion leader but he seems to 1)0 quite content ;wlth himself in differing with the provincial leader. He desires to put hta own interpretation on party loyalty. Canada .will be represented by -Hjip. Ai-thur Melghen an^ Hon.. ^, "Jir, Rbjvell. v ' �h-^ D. Zachrjianja farmet.o'f,Irvto'B,|fdr driving on find le^vinp-Jiicfc'Jtboerta. a llttl^"bpy'6f.,-l,ye:ars^ pj!^, whO'jp'..he, knocked down' o'n.''CM)imbta."~aVenueV 'Medicine Hat, 'was' ftifed'.f50.00 covering. .. _ r Dr. J. T. Finnle, M.P.F. tor St. X^awrence division.. ,Montreal, .,|ias been appointed by '.the 'p'covinclal Bovemmemt ot Quebec to the position ot collector of provincial.revienue for Montreal. ' ' '�y- -  ; General Garnet Hughes, wJio commanded the defunct FHfth Division.'boa iiot yet been named for any .post but is most anxious to return to Prarice, It Is likely many surplus dfficera bf.the division eventually will be absorbed by the Imperials. It is reported that possibly' when in due course drafteea . from ..Canada enlisted ulider the MllJUry; Service Act arrive in England they wlH be quartered in a speolal camp ot their own for training, but the people of Canada .may. rest assured that .eveii �160,000,000. There havo been suggestions that the Canadian government should purchase privately owned land and... let soldiers homestead it under, ways, schools,' churches, stores, settlement conditions. -This would Of courae, a scheme like, this .will mean In effect the giving-to the re-1 make demands upon the national turned soldier going on the land of credit. TJieorotlcally It will involve a bonus, equivalent to $4,000.' It is : no Josa except for. a .comparatively quite certain that it any such gift were made there.would be a pressure which could not be resisted to force the giving of similar amounts to all �returned soldiers. This -ivould In--volve the country In an expenditure in excess Of one ijlHIon dolhira; a brief period, the dlfterQnco between the cost of the money and the five per cent, at which it will be re-loaned: but In practice there are bound to be losses. In effect tht". for removed from tjie ' conatrrativ* mothods ot the mortgage icompanta*. But with care and -aupervJslon the losses ought to reprMent but an lu-slgnificant- proporttO'n of the- total lnve.stment. It would, be 'neecJBsary, of courBa, to put some-llnilt to-;th* eitrot ot the Invoslmont which the government could m&ka tor., a .soldier. In Australia, where a l(|i)d aottlement scheme for returned 'aoldlara U already In operation, the government will buy land for -in indiriquail up to one thousand pounda andjadvance, as needed, for iraprovementa upon It to five hundred Vpofilids-making a possible ' muxtrinitn outlay of �1,500, which the aoldlei'^.aaaumcs .-iM a liability on the inaortliatlon plan. Australia lias mads prellm-Ina>y provision' for f 100,000,000 to go on with the work meanwhile. It would perhaps not\be  Inaocur-ute to say that there are members of the govornmont w)|b are ver>-much' concerned over the' inainltude ot tho proposition*, and there have been one a# two tentative attempts to develop the suggestion that the provinces should -tackle tl�e task. There will be ifothing ot thla sort beyond co-operation Where it ix-necessary by the provinces. . There was some discussion about this at the recent gathering ot provincial premiers here; and the Dominion government Icnows.now. beyond al! question, that this is a burden which it must carry itself.i Meanwhile oni; consequence of the emergence of this huge problem Is to make the western provinces leas keen than they wore to take over the natural rosourcs at this time. They will leave them with the Dominion government; and at the same time leavp government^ will lend to the actual with it tho'policy' of Bettllng the revalue of the .property - a procedute turned soldiers on the land. cal,$pglneer, ot Kew "tork, ara^About T'V. NEW ISSUE lUo^-'to The Farmers' Fire and Hall Insurance Company stay wilth us. Let the citizen!^ do all they oan to promote the ;i^eUai;e of;)Uie company; It may grow Into; ,ji:-4fg/-in,�titution that will be as helptUlio us as some of tlje big companies .of Hartford are to that. qlty. jjllss MQAdam's speech, the algary Albertan aays.-'ws the gem of,'^ the debase on the speech'from '^e-throne. But tli^B'c* course.jGeo. .P. Smith, Duncan .MttrBhiui, Martin Wooll and tho other - speliblndera ^didn't � apealc A-nywwy'-we jiria glad Miss' McAdams has Uie honors and we hope she ro-tains them. It Is contended that Sir'George Fos;-ter is not energetic enough a^ 'minister ot trade and commerce, The best Job for Sir George would be minister ot propaganda. He is greany.gifted as a platform ypeaker and it ho was td go about the country on an evangoUs; 1^19 tour he Wf)uld arouse a lot of the 'dornraAl.peqtplo.' if this la thl-case. any case.ot dialinc-Hon between volunteers and draftees la Idle gossip. ' ^ � ' � V A dispatch from the oltloiai Russian news agency saya that the town ot Tcherk^et, 25 mUea from Helalng-fbrs. capital ot Finland,, hM capltul-ated to the Bolshevlkl, ali hup^fBi^ -\\a)ite Guards being taken' pHaoher. Red Guards defeated the WhltiB..OnardB at Kerkala, on the Karis-HeUIngfors lino;. 450 ot the White Guards.�i(B �ald to have surrendered. _ - _ Dispatches from Stoclfbolu) stiite that an agreement has been made under which the Ru.islan . and .|i�lsb troops will both evacuate the Aland Island, leaving the forts ,a|id.materials In charge ot the inhabitghta and - the Swedish iforce recently- landM- 'The Finnish troops, the advices state, have already returned to Fl'n|and,^wta)le' the Rusatans will proceed'fo Sw^^enj-re-maiming there until 'Candidate stands in. the OonterVAtive or Unionist 'Interests.- Hftnutr Qrten-. wpod and Joseph Martin iir? tha only; ipyerHe.aB.^i)iember^ .a�)�Dtad td round up alien, enemies whdVbSTjbritaUed'to report in the northBricjkrt'or the prb-vju-ce. ^They found flJifiintbe'iGaaofa district ^who ^'wei-a'4't^ned faryihg jainotiptB.'. _^ ^t--':'"'' (From Our Own Correaponisant) NobleCord, March 1. ~. ^ g6^ coin-,pany of our people, .were down jtt Lefhbrl'dge -on'Mondajr^tio'.hear Harry Lauder. All reported a very good time. Mrs. Prazerof Clarepbolm. spent the weekend visiting her daughter he.re. Mrs. W. J. Buchanan apent the weekend, at V.ulean. r . 'The full arrangement for the church on March 10th are now made and pto-franuijes will it is expected be ouSpn Monday.  '". . - We" regret to hear of the cases'.ipf smallpox at Grakum.'ClaresboIm, and Badger Flats. It Is hoped by all that 'the outbreak-will be arrested at onqe. The " coihmittee of 'the' K.P.'8 wl\o havie, the dancing, .-..vrangements. In hapd^are considering the'postponement of alldances till all danger ot It spreading to this district is at an end. J. C.. Walnwrlght.r;.tlie O.C. for Al berta for the K.P.'s wa� vL visitor In to.wn on Thursday. W. A.. Buchanan. M.P., .was a, visitor at the home of E. S. Cranstone last Friday, on the occasion ot the formal opening of the new School. --\ ' The monthly school examtnationn hsye been held this week end the-re suits will be published In our next week's column. The big snow stoim on Sunday was enjoyed by all as with. the. ground In moist condition it readily sunk Into it and aU'promise.February, 1918, applic^tiom for.the bonds wiU-be Mceivea by thelSANK^F,MONTREAL,.MONTREAL, or my pi its branchea, from who^ application fonu �i|ad| (Bopies of fliji prospectus giving'full ps^culars of the issue may b* ebtauiad on request. Tlie offering is siibj^ct toywithdrawaloA or bafor^ the ISth' ^Mareh, 1918. � ^ -f^': ,UC!:.. ' Applic^ions should be^alidt^ '�''~ and slMuld .contahiii'fiiU!;;!^ as to p^pce of delivery aqt| A paymeni:s'iiHable)to^Uie''apt>Hcant, and the denpmbiations' of Iton^pl' required. ' "�' � . The issue is ntade with the approval of the',Mbister of Finance, Ottawa;- ; ^ ' r X Irleftds are' lavltod id ;