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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - March 8, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOUR THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD 5b: ftetbbri^e Iterate DAILY AND WEEKLY .FRIDAY, MARCH 8, HM8 Proprietor* and Publishart. THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD PRINTING COMPANY, LIMITED $23 6th Street South. Lethbridge \V. A. Buchanan President and Managing Director John Torrance - - Business Manager one. Instead of fteking stamps by the i hundred every day, the* of flee boy sim-� ply runs the letters through the ma-: chine, which keeps an accurate count. An agent of the postal authorities. comes around at regular Intervals and collects. The Sun says that samples of thls^ device have been brought to Canada Business Editorial TELEPHONES Office .......... Office .......... !'"'""T""" ' ""'| a. C. Eraser, police magistrate, several times by enthusiasts who far.-, Brandoa. may be appointed a senator, eied, In their simplicity, that it had [ - only to he shown at Ottawa in order] Drumheller mines are tied up for to "be seized upon with avidity. The ] want oi feig^ cars. ; detriment has Smiled amiably upon \ Ltl..ilCeeil Parr, who had practised at 1252; them, lias listened patiently to their: Grot mi, Morden and Winnipeg, died 122* j explanations, aud has done nothing. ! at Winnipeg. I The patent belongs to the New Zea-| land government, but they have ex-! pressed their willingness to waive it : without charge. Why not try the department now i James Catifield, local registrar and | clerk of county court, died at Wood-! stock. .10 I . .$5.00 i that it is under Unionist direction and | .$4.00 i ascertain If the machine couldn't be,' this country.  All the (� a gang of New York window washers have admitted thefts totalling over $5U,000. Subscription Ratej: Dally, delivered, per week . Daily, delivered, per year . Dally, by mail, per year .. Weekly, by mall, per year .....J1-60 i adopted hi Weekly, by mall, per year to TJ.8.J8.00 ! ata,1,1 lirk,r, ,, the countrj. wlu oei,; been sentenced to jail until the State James Thompson, of Detroit, has Dates of expiry of subscriptions ap-; tainly support the uow order of things, j soes dry' fear dally on address label. Accept-__ nco of papers i.fle. expiration date la | Mkl.| _ CA., Tri our authority to continue the sub- acriptioa j DECORATE SOLDIERS ____________. The United States is going to Have 1 decorations for its bravo soldiers, too. i a bill has been passed authorizing "the I President to present, in the name of , the Congress, a Medal of Honor only THE PROGRESS OF THE WAR Germany's . signed agreement oi' peace with Kussia is but another scrap Of paper. This is proved by today's dispatches that record fighting proceeding at a point leas than 70 miles from Pctrograd. Dispatches also state that the capital of Ukraine, Kiev, is till In the hands of the revolutionaries. Definite advice comes from the United States that a very large American . force is now on the western front and ready for the spring drive., rebpt,nslbility and also that there will be one million; United States troops in the trenches before the close of the year. The expectation of an attack by the central powers on the allied forces at Salonika is expressed by Bonar Law. A bill is to be introduced in the Albany legislature denying state offices to all alleus. War and war work has deprived Xew York State farms ot 35,000 laborers in the p.ist year. Eight million trees will be planted . , v,,, ,,___ by tlie State of Pennsylvania this year, to each person who, while an.otficer , lmder Ug reforestaliOQ plftn or enlisted man of the army, shall' EDMONTON CONSIDERING AN INCOME TAX Edmonton is still figuring on an! Income tax and the city council will; consider a proposal that the levy  should be based as follows: For first |500, half of one per cent; next $500,; one per cent; next $1,000, oce and one-| half per cent; next SI.000, two perj : hereafter in action involving actual | conflict with an enemy distinguish i himself conspicuously by gallantry and intrepidity at the risk of his life above Rud beyond the call of duty," The bill provides also for another medal-a Distinguished Service Medal for "exceptionally meritorious service to the government in a duty of great or by extraordinary heroism in the line of his (the candl-: date's) profession." This medal is to be awarded, not by congress, but by die commander-in-chief, the president, on the proper commanding officer's recommendations. For a second act of distinction the president may award a suitable bar in lieu of another medal, and each bar shall entitle the owner to additional pay of $2 a month. Through a retroactive clause, some old soldiers whose names were long since sent in for the Medal of Honor but who did not receive it may yet he cheered by obtaining the new medal, eent; next $2,000. three per cent; next! ., _ #6,000, five per cent; over flo;000.i A^RT.A'S ^RIOUS eight per cent. It is suggested that at j EDUCATIONAL PROBLEM aome point to be decided, the amount! Accordia5 t0 information brought p�U.U income tax should be allowed!*0T 'a th* AlberU legislature nine -k. i a 4. r , . ,, i hundred schools in this Tirovlnce are off the land tax. It is proposed that i - ,>,. ^i.^_!.f,,, . -  � � � , ,, i unable to operate because they cannot the provisions for an income tax shall �Tt.,j,j , ~ ~___, ' get teachers. They are practically all 08 included in a general act for� levying-1 , , , , j. , . ... ' rural schools, it would be foolish to taxes on incomes in municipalities, to , , , ,  argue that the Military Service Act is go before the provincial legislature.! ., _____. _ ... .... | to blame because most of our rural Mayor Hardie is not likely to give up , , , schools employ lady teachers. Undoubtedly the great-scarcity is due to the war, as women find many attractive positions to fill in our cities. Even in peace times there was a shortage It would seem we are creating more schools than there are teachers available to fill them. It Is a serious prob- in Washington reports a surplus of labor all over the States, with the exception of the Gulf coast. The United States still have two and a half million class 1 men lO draw upon for active service. Only half as many Milwaukee children are taking German classes In the public schools this term as a year ago. Prof. Carrie Derrick, of McGUI University, says the mental defectives in Canada, number 25,000. Passenger fares in the southeastern States are to be Increased from 2 to 2Vs cents a mile. � - The manufacture of artificial ice in New York city and the surrounding counties will be prohibited after March 1. For the first time in the history of Norfolk, Va., colored troops headed white regiments in the Washington Day parade. Al) educational institutions in South Dakota have been ordered to abandon the teaching of the German language immediately. ^ A Long Island magistrate decided that a married woman's duty was first to her husband, then to her own parents. Kansas City has challenged St Louis to a contest as to which can sell the greatest number of government Baby Bonds. Strong opposition is apparent in the Massachusetts legislature to the proposal to kill on sight dogs suspected of sheep killing. The squalor in the Chicago, stock yards district is largely laid to the ?4,.v00.000 spent on drink in the district says a Y.M.C.A. report Charged with mercilessly flogging a the rural sections; It not, rural life | ^ /fhL^S^r .,, . ^ ' . Pittsburg teacher, is being sued for will become that much less attractive.! j^OO damages by the parents. The consolidated school is combining' - school districts and sparing a few' Following a conference with Tarn-* the movement, investigated!^^ j '-chers here and there but the con- j T. ^^ame i^eS judge ajod_learned his reasons, and j EOhdated cannot solve the problem, j as a presidential candidate in 1920. Redded not to endorse the proposal.) at this time at aDy rate- Unless more j - - We would conclude that this instance' ytiun6 men a�d women take up peda-i The submarine warfare in the Medi-is proof once again that it is well to j ^ as a profession what are we going i get both sides of an argument, bete:-,? |t0 do t0 Provide educatioa lor thou-; yamamoto of the Japanese navy. They .reaching a decision. People and or. | sands of boys and girls? One thing is j are Bhipped in parts to Trieste and ganizatlons are too prone to reach con-! l-erwln beUer salaries will have to j there assembled and sent to sea. elusion's, after having heard only one | fe Paid in rural-districts if the teach-j parm he, fof ce[)tra] and 80utnern I aide of the case. It Is well to be famil-1lng Profession is to be made attractive j Alberta this season will be . drawn 1 iar with. both sides before becoming j enouS^ to retain tiie services of young! from at least one new source, and Committed to an atritation I men and women who have qualified | that a home-made one. Arrangements __ ' j themselves to teach. f6 .undBr wa>L for lab,0rer8 ^ ._,,,,,, ,,,____, _ . idown trom Peace River, Grande NATURAL RESOURCES ! To meet the present emergency is � prairie and the Fort McMurray flis- HAVE NOT BEEN LOST ; it not possible for some of our people, j trict, and it Is believed enough re- Becauae the western provinces were j who are qualified #eachers, but not cruits for the greater production � campaign can be secured in those the the iucome tax idea now that Edmonton is encouraging it. ALWAYS GET BOTH 8IDES OF CASE Sc-me organizations in Winni[eg launched a movement to impeach a Manitoba High Court judge on ae- ,r � ___-_____v,, i___,,,.leni. Education must be provided count of a light sentence he imposed; _ . in what was considered a very serious ewe. Apparently they did not get the judge's side of the matter for the Ministerial Association, being asked to join not granted their natural resources at now engaged in some other occupa- the recent conference of provincial! tion, to help out and take up teaching j Nation materiaUy. premiers, la ho reason to say that the again to help meet the genuine emerg-1 � - Dominion government doesn't purpose i ency that exists. We know of one SJeeting their request in this respect. The conference was hurriedly called for the consideration of war problems. Natural resources were only considered in a cursory way and Premier Stewart succeeded in reaching an un- Louis B. Cavanaugh, Bald to be a wealthy resident o� Medicine Hat, has been made the defendant in a $15,000 breach of promise suit in j Minneapolis. Blossom E. Keen is the i married lady, reputed to have been in her days of single blessedness one of the best teachers in the country, who has taken a school again be- plaintiff. She alleges that Cavanaugh was a widower when he proposed; marriage to her, but he did not wish - � i - - to marry until his wife had been aerstanding that at a later conference j critical period In Its history. She was dead a year. He, however, went to attention would be given to natural not compelled to do so: patriotism and : Medicine Hat, she states, and was resources; if that means anything, it i the needs of the children without edit-� marr!ed lasl, A0H*i?si;� Sne says 1 Cavanaugh is worth $100,000. cause she believes in doing so, she enabled to serve her country at this 1b that the government is seriously prepared to consider the request. It they were not favorably inclined there was no need for them to grant another conference about the question. premier Stewart haB been criticised for his course on the natural resources tnut we can't understand why any blame should be attached to him. father he is deserving of praise for bavins emphasized the natural re-1 sources matter and secured the prom- j l�e of another conference to reach a j decision. caiioiial facilities prompted her to undertake this work. This is one means a woman has of serving her country. Watch out Mr. Slacker or the secret police will catch you. The Russians ought to know by this time that the last state is worse than the first. Backed up by the German element in the rural council of Excelsior municipality, the clerk (whose services were to be dispensed with) refuaed j to turn over the books to tltt new appointee, and a strained situation has arisen in consequence. The English-speaking members of the council are determined to put a stop to the attitude the aliens have assumed, The new clerk was appointed on the! casting vote of the reeve, -and the antis claim this was illegal. PUTS STAMP LICKING OUT OF BUSINESS The Vancouver Sun thinks many thousands of dollars could be savcu every year by the adoption of the New Zealand postage stamp machine. This device does. away with the use ot postage stajaps by any person or It will take all of one morning to j swear .in the newly selected M.P's at Ot-' tawa. It would take a month of morn-: ings" to 'accommodate those v-ho want; to swear at the M.P.'s. Food control has succeeded in saving 2S per cent, of the flour, u.'i per. cent, of the bacon, and 40 per cent, of tho beef, says Mr. H. U. firm ! Thomiion, chairman of the having a large correspondence. The i board. ' As to substitution machines, which are very compact, are owned by the government and are j food in Toron- �Wited by the. year to whoever wants I 70 toua in a week. to, ont> wholesale house had increased its sale of fish from JO tons to According to the antl-Natlonalist press of Newfoundland, H is certain that the IU. Hon. Sir Robert Bond, 'ex-Liberal Chief, will re-enter politics to lead tlie ntw party, organised to contest the coming election with the National party, under Premier Dr. Lloyd. Tiie new opposition will llhel> be formed by Messrs. Squires, Currle and Gibbs.. who refused to continue in office after Lord Morris' resignation, with the4r adherents in ^he Morris party, and with these LtberBt*Wpport-ers of sir Robert Dond who disagree with Dr. Lloyd's policy Of a Liberal coalition with the party headed by Hon. \V. Coaker, President ot the Fii-hermcn'K Union. It is understood Gordon, Ironsides and Fares sold out for $750,000. Peter Lowe'ry, an old M.C.R. conductor, is dead, at St. Thomas. Market Clerk Samuel Stoncy, aged 77, was found dead in hia ofllco at Gananoquo. Mrs. William Gordon, wifo of a Ieadiug dry goods merchant of Chatham, is dead. Mrs. Mary Southcott, who had mad# her home in London, Out., since 1S50, is dead. At.Simcoe Oscar Clark was badly burned when reaching over two small transformers to close a wondow. Uev. Herbert E. Tluiniloe. of Toronto, has accepted a call to the Alma St. Presbyterian church, St. Thomas. � __ Sheriff Knott, of New York County, states that many men are endeavoring to get jail terms to avoid the draft. Every -5.0o0 United States soldiers in France need 18,590 pairs of new shoos monthly. Another U. S. draftee has received a twenty-year term for attempting evasion. The per capita consumption of sugar across the line last year was SS pounds. Rifles are being delivered to the U. S. Ordnance Department at the rate of 250,000 a month. J. E. BarTow has been chosen man;, ager of the city of Dayton, O., at a salary of $7,500 a year. A German recently sent from New York to a Georgia Internment camp took with him $25,000 cish. The aid of an army of 400,000 Boy Scouts has been, enlisted to promote the sale of thrift stamps across the border. The United States Federal Reserve Board will in future pass upon all municipal bond issues of more than $100,000. Two United States medical officers face court martial at Camp Taylor, Ky., following the death of a Kentucky draftee. Chicago's acting police chief declares that from two to three hundred "gunwomen" infest ' that city's shadier quarters. Alexander Berkman and Emma Goldman have been proved to have had their niche in the German spy ring. Rainham township council has passed a resolution protesting against the conscription of farmers' sons. Mrs. Francis Kent, 69, of Warwick township is dead from burns she received when her night clothing caught fire from a candle. s Over $10,000,000 has been distributed among workmen under the bonus plan of the Du Pont Powder Co. in the past ten years. David Baird. a Camden, N.J., business man, 78 years of age, has been appointed to represent his state in the United States Senate. Fusion is impossible in New York State, according to ex-State Senator William Bennett, who is leading the Republican reposition against a third term for Gov. Whitman: As a result of a probe into the affairs of the New York morgue, it is alleged that bodies have been turned over to colleges for dissection without relatives' consent. There is a Berkshire boar in quarantine at Emerson that is valued at $1,000, and there are five sows with the consignment that are valued at $250 each. They are the property of a rancher who lives near- Edmonton, and were purchased from an American breeder. Senator Dennis, president of the Halifax Herald Co., has presented Dalhousle university with $00,000 for the purpose ot founding a chair of government and political science in memory of his son, Capt. Eric Dennis, M.C., who was killed in action at the battle of Vlmy Ridge. "Still floating. rif;ht side up. Unless help comes, end must be near. Cheer-O'!" Such was the pathetic but plucky message reaching London recently by carrier pigeon from a young Canadian officer named Murray, from Ottawa. Murray waa in charge of a seaplane which atmospheric conditions but temporarily into difficulties at sea. Hot lunches, cafeteria style, are now being served at noon by the domestic science department of the Normal school at Camrose. Each day a group of girls cook and serve, as a practice lesson, some article at exact cost No individual lunch exceeds 10 cents in cost. The aim ot the course is to give practice in preparing lunches suitable for the rural schools. The plan is working out well and baB met with considerable popularity. Before the .Si.skatchewan Association of Rural Municipalities President Hamilton declared that it did not tax the patriotism of fanners to grow wheat at $2.;;! a bushel, but to grow hogs at a ir.u>:ii smaller profit and for which then- was a most urgent demand, give ihii farmers an opportunity to show their patriotism and even if it had to !k; done at small profit It was only a small contribution in comparison in wiuit Hie boys at (he front were giving. RAYMOND PEOPLE VOTE FOR THE NEW E (From Our Own Correspondent) Raymond, March 7.-As a result of the plebiscite hold yesterday the people of Raymond are to have electrical day power to operate domestic machinery.. The voting showed lO^.votas oast In favor'of the bylaw and 20 against. *The Knight Sugar Co. have beon solicited to furnish day power for some time, especially for the convenience of wash day and as a concession to tho town for further privileges they agreed to operate their plant during the day time. Meters will now bo installed at every place using electricity. There will be no flat rate as heretofore. The minimum amount is $.1. Fourteen ce.fs a kilowatt ..our is the price to 1 e charged for electricity. It is rumor .'d that a new dynamo will bo installed to make the service absolutely regul i '. School Board The regular meeting of the school board was held last night. The present principal Mr. OeYol Woolf was engaged and agreed to teach during the next school year. This is the considered a good thing plnce Mr. Woolf has proved very satisfactory and it has been reported that ho had a very flattering offer to engage professionally in Lethbridge. Some of the teachers are resigning for next year. The trustees are receiving a rude jolt that their expenses next year will be much higher. One-half, of section five was sold this week but the west half is still held for the use of- the Agricultural College which it appears will be located there this spring. The minister of puBlic works .visited the proposed site this week. W OF HOSnTAL ENDS FRUIT SALT TAMO'S may be said to literally �*~J girdle the earth. Kor in almost every clime, and in every land, it is recognized for its sterling" worth in relieving- and preventing ;tll disorders of the liver and stomach. From tlie torrid plains of British India to the wind-swept coaMs of Nova Scolia, thousands rely on the gentle and; refreshing- and beneficial action of Etio'.s to kt-ep them in good health. ^ I NilS ffl\UIT %..... SOLO BY DRUQQiajS EVERYWHERE Prrfarcd by J. C KN'O, I.rMnp.n, "I'rml .S',ift li'orkj," [o.\UON, ENCLAVE. Solr Agruta fof Si'rlh A mrrtca : IIAROl.I1 F. RITCHIE & CO., Limited, 10 McCaui. Sr., TORONTO. (From Our Own Correspondent) Raymond, March (i--The funeral services over the remains of the little child of Charles Walton, who passed away in Lethbridge on Friday, were hold in the second ward chapel on Sunday. A large crowd was in attendance to extend sympathy to the bereaved. The interment was in Temple Hill Cemetery. In the first ward chapel on Sunday evening the services were under the direction of the Young People's Association ami a highly interesting program was rendered including talks by O. H. Snow and J. G. Allred and musical numbers by N. L. .Mitchell and Myron Holmes. ;'- Mrs^. H. Brewerton who has been seric^Siy ill and at one time thought fatally has successfully passed the crisis and is improving ail tlie time. Mr. and Mrs. Charles McC'arty and Mrs. DeVol Woolf are expected nightly from Utah where they have been spending the winter. Preparations are daily being made by the farmers toward getting on the land. Harnesses and machinery are being overhauled and horses purchased. Weather conditions favorable, it is thought a heavy acreage will be sown this season. There Is talk that Raymond will soon have a hospital. Meetings jr.re being held and the town canvassed to learn the feeling. COALDALE � (From Our Own Correspondent) Coaidale, March 7.-Mrs. Jno. McD. Davidson and Miss Ida Honeysett are in Edmonton, this week, registered at the MacDonald, while attending . tho ! Provincial Women's Institute. S. A. Lindblad returned last week from Hot Springs, B.C., where he was receiving treatment for his health. Mr. D. McArthur returned the other day from a two months' visit in Ontario and United States points. Mr. D. A. Lee, one of our new settlers of a year ago, has returned after a visit to points in U.S. Mr. and Mrs. Boulby have arrived from Idaho, and will livo on the Miller place, three miles east of town. TheyJ are accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. Lemons. 1 To Go Overseas Pte. O. E. Hazel recelvi;.-! word to report in Calgary, sooner than was expected, and will leave tor ovurse^a almost immediately. Mrs. Hazel went to Calgary on Tuesday to say farewell before his departure. Mr. and Mrs. John Coloren are spending a few days with friends east of Medicine Hat. Miss Kramer has been spending the week with Misses. Moss and Hunt at "Teaehe�b Residence" assisting in the musical part of the play, "The Key of Jack Canuck's Treasure House," which will be put on on Friday evening. Considerable alterations are being made in Baldry's store. The partitions have been removed and the living rooms in the rear have been added to the, store. The post office ha� been moved to the rear. Two new glass show cases have been added. The facilities for handling tho season's trade are thereby much improved. The sermon o^ Sunday afternoon was'based on the text, "Jesus Christ, the same yesterday, today, and forever." The address was of a very practical character and apropos of the proBont. day situation. The Women's Institute spent, another good day in Red Cross sewing ou Wednesday. Little Audrey Wells is confined to her home with an attack of pneumonia. Wa wish hjir a speedy recovery.. Jno. McD. Davidson is in Edmonton, this week. � �  After an absence of nearly two y \9n France and England leaving behind | cd in this com.nunity. a young wife and infant son; also his ' be Calgary's gain. SPRING COULEE t From Our Own l.\>rr.'>nilonl) Spring Coulee, March ij.- After ten months of weather that no reasonable porson could complain of; the high winds have come that are not a delight to one accustomed to wooded landscapes. However, we hope after i the Equinox, the weather will settle ;is formerly. Mrs. Tail, has as Iter guest her niece | from Spokane, W:isli. I Last Friday evening the Ladies': Aid and the people nl' Spring IViiih-e ! generally tendered a farewell reception to Mr. and Mrs. Clwrles 11. Krdley. , Mrs. Jesse Sherman and Mrs. Harry Jolllff acted as convenors on ihe i freshme'nt 'comniittee. Mrs. Hrrlxv: E. Kelley and Mr. Risvold were i-,m-venors of the programme, the latt. r making the presentation of a rtlx-f tea set on a silver tray... The gift iva ; from his men friends whom he had played ball and tennis with likewise also the renters of the late W. L. Thompson's estate of which Mr. Kelley has been general manager for several years. He first, came to Spring Coulee in 1000, but alter bis marri-.ute nine years ago settled here permanently until the sons of Mr. Thompson were, competent to take up the -ifui;rs of the estate. Wc join with all Mr. Kelley's friends in wishing them prosperity and happiness in their new home at Urnnt, Alberta. | parents .Mr. Fred Greenwood of the lti.'trd regiment Is again in Canada. Wc trust he wjil be shown dub con-siderajion by our fellow townsmen as we feel sure he is invalided home and j may require weeks of rest e're he will I be able to meet his friends. However, ' we hope for the best mid as he Is Spring Coulee's first returned soldier we welcome hint in spirit, and as Britishers, appreciate the groat sacrifice ho made in joining the colors, Mr. Inglls rode over from Magtitli Sunday a.m. alter an absence of a fortnight of stormy Sundays and we were sorry io learn of iila wife's illness and 11 ust by this time she Iuib fully re-ec.vir,ed so that Spring Coulee, may soon hnvo'u visit .-from th'em. Now- that we nave a vacant house, several have expressed, a wish that-we might, have them as residents. A resident clergyman, doctor .and--banker are some of our urgent needs. .Air. J. L. Blaukenship returned from Vancouver, B.C. bringing a bride. Messrs. Gulp and Ackeberg are shipping; two car loads of horses to Noble-ford tomorrow. Mr. Blance is shipping a od'r loud to Calgary, and Mr. Kelley is shipping one car of household goods and one of horses to Brant. Mr. T. F. McCarthy of the Spring j Coulee Trading Company lias severed his conned Ion and is going in busi-: ness in Calgary, After securing a j house he will return for-his family, j The McCarthys have Just lived hero . 1...I ll.r,, l.o..n mnila a*1, a year; but they have made a numlior i of friends and will be very much mits-Onr loss will Cardinal Gibbons is rallying Catholics across the border to support the Pone. . He protests against the his-tillty which has attended the Pontiff* lioaci: efforts. n for w m II ft�, TKJ INSTIIUMtNT 07 QUALITY taj nine , Sonora won highest score tor tone quality. emphatic PRICES: $65.00, $110.00, $150.00, 1208.00, $240.00, $280.00, $350.00, $500..00, $1,500. I. MONTAGNES & CO. Canadian Distributers Third Floor, Ryrie Bld(j, Toronto, Canada. . Ask your dealer for tho 3onora, If he hasn't It, write us DIRECT. r� ;