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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - March 7, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE PQUR fcctbbrtoae "freralb Tim L.ETHBK1DGE ,; WAU,T HERALD ! THURSDAY, MARCH 7,1318 a. XctbbrtJvu. Mberta OAILY AND WEEKLY Proprietors and Publishora {THE LETH BRIDGE HERALD PRINTING COMPANY, LIMITED 23 6th Street South. Lethbridgd W. A. Buchanan President and Managing Director John Torrance - - Business Manager -* PICKED berta is only too ( eager to do 1 more. It demands its nut lira! re-, sources because it thinks with (hem ' in its possession dt can develop a policy that will care for its own returned muu. Alex. Ross ami W. M. Davidson, two very thoughtful members, urge very properly thai we should get down all the phase? of the problem. Yp to the j Harriston, Ont., is dead, f present there has been loo much of generalities and not enough oE prse-tieal suggestions. K\erybody seems ! : seized with the seriousness of the prob-! UP IN-* % it PA SSING FOR rHB busy man to a svstemaUc consideration of i \ Jesse Kaiser, well Known resident of G. J. Spreuil is' the new president of the C ran brook board of trade. John Gimby, n Manitoba died at Cartwrlght, Man. pioneer. Editorial Office .............. 1224 Subscription Rata.i; Dally, delivered, per week .10 TELEPHONES : seizea wivn uio seriousness 01 ine proo-j Kx-Mayor Purvis, of Parry Sound, usiness Office .............. 1252 1 Jem and anxious that it should be solv-1 i� dead. His sou is the present nmyor. ed but no one has put forward any , ,_ ,L t. . Thomas Dwyer, aged 7�, Stratford, suggestions or complete ?clu>me ^ huntlllff for C08l> �ultractea a cold meet the situation, i which, caused his (loath. 3Ir. Uoylo thinks on account of the - Russian situation we should be more� Tla^*Ws milk supply is one . .,, , hundred thousand quarts a day in ex- about mooiluation than ; cess of tne demand> Dally, delivered, per year .....|5.00 j demobilisation. Both demand our earn-Daily, by mail, pe*. year ......$4.00: cst attention, one as much as the oth- Weekly, by mail, per year .....$1-50; Th mobilize the Weekly, by mail, per year to U.S..$2.00 ! ne moro l"en ^ nw-Ui^ ; I of German prouaganda. | more men we demobhze, and while j John McClelland, Tor manv voars a jeweller in Peterooro, f9 dead. ' Medicine Hat will seek the powor Lo assess buildings up to 25 per ceut. of thoir value. Gov. Beckett, of North Carolina, is about to conduct a "speechless' campaign for re-election. concerned Governor Cox, of Ohio, has pardoned the father ot a soldier In - , France, at the private's request. A committee has been named to j - rid the Rhode Island State" schools j * Municipal firemen in Oakland, Cal.. have organized and affiliated with i the American. Federation of Labor. Dates of expiry of subscriptions ap- j w0 ear daily on address label. ..Accept-; en ed &t the SHm& time ln de.: riston's pioneer residents, James Stin-! A haul of 12,000 niekles was made are mobilizing men we are: Death lias claimed another of Har-! ance of papers t.tio, expiration date la our authority to - continue, the subscription. THE PROGRESS OF THE WAR' i There has been no decision reached yet as to Japanese interference in SI-j pIace lllcm-beria. There is a feeling that this in-! terference should not be permitted! mobilizing men. it. is apparent therefore that wo must devote attention earnestly and. seriously to the returned soldier. Men will be returning by the hundreds every week that the war lasts. Where are we going to Not nl: on the land be-I cause we cannot force men to ,s:o where they do not want to no. son. ; by safe breakers, who entered .an | - | Automat restruant in New York City t On March 1 the price of gas in ; - Kingston was advanced from $1.25 per, S. S. Taylor, K.C., of Vancouver, was * thousand cubic feet to $1.50. - 'admitted to the Alberta bar this week. save in the direst extremity. In the [ niU5t loeate lhem as nearly as possihlD meantime, German advances into Rus-! in pupations ^t to them, sin, which were temporarily stooped 1 As Mr-'Ross suggests we should pre-! Hons. Medicine Hat city council passed a resolution agreeing with the tietIt-bridge proposal about raising the Patriotic fund. The Kdmonton city waterworks produced a surplus revenue of $35,400 last year with 10,829 service conuec- l.^oars ago lie practised at Edmonton. three months' campaign to reach "the geutry of China" is now in progress. The Great War Veterans' association, of Edmonton, is arranging to erect an auditorium and memorial hall in that city. W. H. L-ambly registrar of the county of Megantlc and grand chief of the Good Templars of Quebec for ,'Jfi years died at Inverness, Quo., aged 78 years. t The late A. J. Oakahott. of Cheshire, England, son-in-law of the late Matthew Lei^it, of Hamilton, loft an estate valued at over a million dollars.; Mrs. Isabel S laugh loft Windsor on Saturday to shop in Detroit, Husband and throe children await her return, while pbUco search for her. Posing as grand organizer of the Elks, A. 1j. Aileman a year ago duped 35 Brockville citizens. Now it is loarued his credentials were r bogus. The Montreal branch of the Patriotic Fund has distributed over two and a half million dollars. There are 3,897 families there receiving monthly grants. -- r George Young, for many years connected with the provincial board of health at North Bay, passed away at jhis home in Chatham after an Illness of four months. BANK CLEARINGS INCREASED The bank clearings for (he week Just ended total $710,-571, as compared with $tilO,-811). the same week last yoar, an increase of 10 per cent. ? a ? * * * * > * > a ? ? LAND IDLE FOR SPECULATION � u � , , �- t A . , 4. tl Miss F. H. Brady, of Washington, A most interesting problem has been i3 the first woman to serve on the opened up through the correspond-. staff of the Director-General of U. S. ence of a Claresholm farmer in. - the f Railroads. Calgary Herald which ought to result in something tangible being accomplished in the way of increased production. This farmer claims that and the farming They deserve it. No braver or better equipment to operate a farm this sum- men ever served a country and three \ m6r� anti yants to secure one, prefer-years of warfare entitles them to a j abl>" Ui the Ciaresholm district. But few weeks at home with the loved f he cann�t buv the at the present Prohibitionists credit the women vote for reducing the number of cities and towns in Vermont where liquor can be sold to ten. C. E. Gregory, K.C., Prince Albert, will join the firm of Seaborn. Pope, etc., Moose Jaw and replace Geo. E. Taylor. K.C.. appointed to the benrh. has served overseas as an officer. pect. V Capt. Howard K. Harris, M.C.. son of the late T. M. Harris, Toronto, and a native of Brantford, Ont., was killed in action. Much anxiety is felt'over the mysterious disappearance of J. M. Crawford, an undertaker in Brampton for the past 30 years. The oldest competitor at the Win- s-erve her integrity and her present ruling dynasty. A ''minimum existence'1 budget for n Chicago family of five totals $.1,, according to Alderman J. 0. K on n e n^v. This c oni pa r e^s \v 11 n an annual income of $S()0 seven year� ago. Four V. S. soldiers face the death penalty at Camp Lewis, Wash., for plotting to nhoot their officers the first time they got into action. Over 200 aliens already have boan weeded out of this camp. + Miss Edna Kitchen, a second-year nurso at the Brantford general hospital, passed away as the result of goiter, which followed/an attack of scniiel fever contracted while on duty in the hospital. Testifying that inexperienced nwn got fat jobs on S. shipyard work, Albert Freed man, a former clerk in the Hog island yard, said that the purchasing agent, for example, wag formerly a soap salesman. Miss Augusta Deckmau has been arrested in Salt bake City, charged with plotting to obtain the release of Alvo von Alvonsleben, formerly the nipeg bonspiel was John Flaws of theii Kaiser's iinancial agent In British year for practically every nmn In th