Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - March 16, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta
PAGE FOUR J-HK LKTHBRIDOR DAILY HERALD SATURDAY, MARCH 16, ietbbrt&ae t>eralo DAILY AND WEEKLY Yr / Propriators and Publisher* tTMH LETHBRIDGE HERALD PRINTING COMPANY. LIM1TEC US 6th Street South, Lel^bridge W. A. Buchsr.an President and Mauaglmi Director ifchn Ton unco Cnnnda nnri n i;on^ra\ increase, in rates averaging about K� p^r rent on pnss-enger and freight tariffs went Into effect Prida>. ]hit thoukh the inerose has heen granted. t'i-a lasi �:a> rot been heard of it. ar.il there Is ;;0 doubt that the discm^Um of r.i;':\v,fcy problems aii'l tho ih'oision there --n 'M the coming session a: tvtan-a w'll he- tnstrurnen- r.g the* ;�;}':?u ip th.> g re a t problem Office .............. : before *'.?> Csiuudlan i��o;de today, in Office ............... 1224 ( i'c, Men �psue. be'o'v ?h� rate in- ! oreas* tv:\� prar.tivi. the Grsiu Gro*v-i trs Guide b ad ihi:? 1 Second Flight Lieut. Hoy Thompson f i Mcltfsh, of Toronto, was killed hi an � j accident in-France. 1 Kitchener fax rate is fi.\ed at 2i> ! mills, patriotic" ami Red Orofcs grants in bp mot by debenture. After a lengthv illness, Mr*. Mary .McMillan died at' Stratford, aged 87. F J The Toronto hoard of control mwsed ' a motion deferring siilary ine'reusc* until next your. s a y: I The pub' i Daily, Dally, Subscription Ratta: delivered, ppr we�:; dalBero-d, per year by m�il), per year ho:�r;^.;s c;t. tho i freight rate cats:U a havt- been o>U>n. Meyer, former Cab-diplomat, diutl at his .10 1 of tin* eabiiiot niluiater:: a; (>:;awa * * ov WeoKly, by mail, por year make tho mon-.ec'otis OeeisJo!). V *h . liochio not ir;;er:'^ro v/ith tbo Kaii-way C\�U':aif^l^n's erdcr. the la por Weekly, by mail, per yaar to V S..J2.00 f Cv3nt. inero^^o Ig freipht rate> wiii i;o that .33.C0 .$4.00 .$1.50 n -'1 e r Da:?a of expiry of subscription.* appear dally on address label. Acceptance of pnpera f.fle. QxpiratiLn cate ts cur ;tu;.horuy to continue thc subscription. | into effect cr. March It", t 'order th� pee;d" o.* Canada w 111 pa) ; about $40,000.-. 0 a year more than thay are novr payiug. Of :his amount j tho C.F.R. will g^: Bomewhere about j *�.000.u0 i r. .-. l; .11:ior. to its a\ready coiluAsal pro;r*. It is the most import- � ! OF TI-1E WAR |mwn to aecioe. The pooplo of Cau- IndlORiioM th�t Germany has ajpAla j flda �re \r.uci;in.: the- Tnion tlovorn- *o�u attenipUng peace with Britain JTcT m'-rG ^y^r-i- . , , , . - , . theLlc^ily than ovor any Canadian pa.v- ire siv^n in the r^marirs of Ivarfi Hon- j ernmeill ,rateh:-d. In fts .!,: crt Cecil, v.'ho rays that u-> te::::5 1 cision the V^iou Government may U-;" |>9ao� tHII b� considered et present that symyaihy or it may establiilj it- Simon Mitsky, of H rant fowl, fined ^ 100 on a liquor change, produced the money from beneath a mattres? in his homo. ^V. J. DrisooH. cattle buyer at Vermilion for P. Burns .t Co.. dipped dend on Wednesday night nt Vorna.il- ion. It \> understood that Ov.e!rd\ Mili- 1f to be i A middle-aged widow convicted of spying was sentenced In London to ten years* pfmnl servitude. Carrie Rena Montgomery of Mount .Dennis, Ont., was ing railway tracks. Albert Berdan. St. Thomas, "was found guilty of stealing $2000 worth of hides from a freight ear. The establishment in Edmonton of a home for FYeueh-Ciinadiftn children from outside points was approved by the Edmonton presbytery. Thf provincial government has bevn naked Tor u grant of $1,000 to- ed a grocery store hero "for tho past Uiroo months haa sold out hia interests in name to his hrothor, Mr. MHco Brophy, of Hurtlett. Mr. M. Brophy has as&umed proprietorship and promlsen maintennneo of the high standard of efficiency attained through his brother's efforts. W. I). Watts of Modicine Hat spent Monday in town. ^ Was Disallowed Mr. Firth of the Bank of British North Ameriea. ataft ereelved word on Monday that Mb exemption was disallowed, (le oxpoots to leave shortly for active service. Pto. Uassoll, of Calgary, formerly _____ iim________ of the Union bunk statt of this point, UHIeir while cross-1 spent Saturday here bidding farewell 'to his numerous friends In this vicinity. Mr-b. Albert "Whitney who Vaa in attendance at the vnrioua meetings of tho convention of Women's Institutes in Edmonton has returned homo. Is Very tit The many friends of Mrs: Nikolas, mother of Mr. Stephen Nikolas, will regret to learn that she is very ill at the home of her son Stephen. Although every attention is being given her, her condition is deemed very sarlous of tho United church next Thursday afternoon. Mrs. W. Schonert loft on.Wednesday for Medicine Hat. Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Currio are nt present guests in Calgary. Mrs. Hisko has accepted tho position of rosldent matron for the local rest room of tho Women's Institute. Mrs. Moses Simpson- of -Rosemout Was the guoat *>t her dauchtvr, Mrs. H. Beattlo, on. .Thursday. RELAX EXPORT RESTRICTIONS .' -I -� :4 Washington, Mar. lfl.-^.tfehixat(.cn of restrictions oh the export oiyafk and pork, products to Cuhada similar to that recently announced on such ox-ports to the British West 'Ihdios, Central and South, America, West Africa, is announced by the war'trade board. Ijimited umounta of porlc^will. he permitted to go to those countries under license. * V ? ? SIGNS OF SPRING. iSItisb. ' Pruning., Ood Hv.er oU. llmUrella ads. OvercpatlesH pedestrlane. Garden seods in ths stors windows. Breakfast table Mkn about wallpaper. Small boys engaged In gamss of marbles. r Gossip about wh&t la new In J3aster hats. Taking a glance orer the old boat and pricing ,191fl. paint. Smiling a little broader, stopping a little more lively, having a friendly feeling for the water streaming down the street and humming a tnue about the "good old summertime." a ? the :,tary Ci?nvalescent Hospital turned into a vocational school for returned soldiers. training iiug To memtys of the board. Judcre Weir's deeisiou in Alonrroal exempting a man bermise ho is va:�;',!>-'! of a militia raiment, most likoly to be appealed. It is said that glass found in peanut, butter sold in Newport, R.I., re-n ! eently raised auspicious of another is i German plot. Crom this source. InoideutaUy Arthur j iisnderaon, the Isibcr leader, oace- iborc ^Clares emphatically that there can too no Ul& of peace at th� present time. The German leader, Ijudendorff, novr Aeclarea that since the allies refuse to consider a peace, the Germani will pro-esed with cheir crtfeoslve. it U Eaid they are prepared to sacrtfiee" 300,000 men in this offensive. Aa attack against .England is Mated at in Great Britain by cuthcrities which eay that the Oermana have great masses cf men mobilized, an4 lnore&�*s 1c home defense are being zsads. : self taory ili'inly in the confidence of ECONOMY IN OUR ADMINISTRATION The consideration tnat tfce Gkrrera-ment can neither practise economy without denying to seme . people things whiafc. they waat nor cut 4own present expenditures without taking from othert privileges which they now enjoy, is apparently one tkat requires frequent statement, with emphasie, despite its obviousness, comme&ta tho Winnipeg free | atrong C. P. R. corporation was not Press. Everyone teeau to be agreed | allowed to pile up war profits. They thst the Gonremm^nt must eeonomlse j f�H that the weaker roads required and many are gnick to remind the aetlstac.ee. ministers that t&U was one of the! The government by imposing a chief duties which tfcey were placed special tax on G. P. R. proats has in office to perform. It appears, the people. If the governrncm permits the in-ci-sflse in freight rates according to the order of itia railway commission, it will forfeit the confidence of the people and create suspicion and distrust which It cannot lire down. If there must be an increase in freight rates, ev&ry cent of it should go to the public treasury end be used by the government for necessary transportation development. This can be done in severs! ways. The best way is co narion-fljiae all th^ railways of Canada, cut out overlapping, waste and duplication and give the people the benefit of the service for which they are paying, Canada has been railroaded almost to ruination and the railroad magnates have bedevilled .our politics, for the last forty years. It is time for a cleanup, National safety demands that the railroad .magnates be driven out of politics. The only way to drive them out is to take the railroads out of private hands. Every other country in the world except Canada has done it. Is Canada to be a laggard in the movement towards -world-wide democracy'' No doubt this sums up western sentiment on the whole. There are many who believed* however, that an in-crease might be-granted provided the The Brneebrid^e, Out., board of j tr.ni^ has passed a resolution endorsing the daylight saving as a Domimon- "wide measure. William Wallace, Dominion immigration inspector nt Proscotf. Ont.. v.*j!s thrown heavily from n sleigh in which he was riding and died several hours Ister. The death of Lieut. .T. A. Cameron, ward the Canadian Welfare Congress?by- fh�> physician in charge, to be held In fiJdmoPton. I Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Worts left on Tuesday for Calgary where they will be In attendance at the grando lodge Sales Board wires that ho has Just i of tho Orange order, sold $60,000 of Island fox pelts belong- An especially interesting session is promised the members of the Women's j Institute on Saturday afternoon when their regular monthly meeting will be , held in the rest room. 1 Air. E. C. Bttteman of MacLeod spent; the week end with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Batexnnn, Loucks St. Mr. S. L. Taube'of Calgary was a guest here on Monday. Mrs. George Bedell entertained *; number of her friends informally at \ nor home on Friday evening. i A. M. Jaffln of Edmonton visited ! here on Monday. ; Mr. Solberg of Pleasant View spent j Tuesday in town. J. H. Prow.se of Tabor was a vUitor to town on Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Peter Evenson have MAKE YOUR PATRIOTIC ENJOYABLE i 4 I Uu. rvey Murphy, :iu old timer o t Calgary, who drove the Queens' hotel bus for many years, died at the home of his brother-In-lBiv near MHlarville. Miss Sarah Richardson Salmon has passed away at Port Hope, aged 100 years. She had been quite active until a few weeks ago. when she was seized with a paralytic stroke. Capt. Harry Bogart, who for a number of years "was captain of the ferry armies and our allies need every mrid of .wheat we can spare Three times.a remost spent Monday in town. Buys Farm The farms of Mr. A. Wutzke in the Maleb district haa been purchased by Mr. Wutzke's father who recently arrived here from Saskatchewan. Mr. Wutzke, Jr., is holdihg a sale of his stock and implements at the farm next j | Wednesday, March 20th. ' Mr. T. W. Dyer is at present a guest �; in town. ! Mrs. P. J. Henderson was tho guest' of.Mrs. W. Henderson, Broadway, on Saturday. ! , Mr. J. Pollitt is at present visiting) in Calgary. | Dr. Meckleburg of Calgary ts in; town. ud of Lt,Col. AC. Critcnley. | had severs^ �onas, as commandant of the , nold Is also in hospital for severe fM.m. fmir m1Ipfl rtf fr,wn and nourishing, meal eiyoyable. Sold onlg in green package. i either, for KeHogg*s are delicious, palatable saving and / ( TOASTED A high compliment i.s paid the Canadian army in the selection bv the '� air boa Strathc school of flying instruction and offi-! cer in charge of cadets training for' flying. Lt. Gerald Emery and Lt. Arnold of Kingston, met with accidents at the Royal Flying Corps camp at Fort Worth, Texas, this week. Lt. Emery juries. however, that not everyone is willing to face the consequences of economy. The first consequence la the denial to someone of something that someone wanta; and there are too many who, while demanding that the Gov-ernm ent pr acttse rlgi d e c en omy, stand reedy to ooadenm the Gorem-teent when the oonseqnences at each conetny to�ch them* their friends or Che community 1ft wMch ttier Uy#, An instance s% pro-rided by the recent decision to close a number of ' at general rather than local ap- $5 ONLY MADE m CANADA BY Mrs, J. C. Fleming of Chatham has been bereaved for the second time in i !e^s than a month, when her brother, J William Rutherford, died suddenly at his home in Niagara Falls. Another (From Our Own Corrflspondent) Bow Island, Mar. 15.-Mrs. R. S. Beattie who has been visiting friends in Calgary returned home on Thursday, A showing replete with the most forthcoming The Battle Creek Toasted Corn Fitke Ce Head Office ami EsTd 1906 N NEW i brother died suddenly in Missouri a styles in spring-mlHinery and acces- 1 sones will be displayed at the Elite Parlors next Wednesday, March /20th. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Johnston and few weeks ago. (TVorn Oar Own CorTesponrler.t) Kobleford, Mar. 15.-The opening o" the new church here was continued on Monday when a congregational meeting 'was held. The Rev. J. A. L .1 financial statement was given bv the toe alumna of the Medicine Hat aeoretary-tressurer,.a C Cranstoun, newspapers, in which it was rspro-i and which showed tbat as far as could duced. It reads as follows: |be seen at the present time the cost of Ottawa Feb �G 1918 ^e building and fixtures would be Dear Sir,-Your telegram'ia regard abollt ^57�,J-00- Towards this expondi-to the losing of the Dominion Land ,thcre h�d boen raloed ?S500.00 Otftc& received. I was under the im- and .Jt was **Pe Mr, and Mrs. Robert Falrbairn have ' returned , home from Vancouver. Mr. R. Emmett ot Nobleford, ispent Monday in town. Mr. Frank Sutton of Retlaw Is at pre.se.nt in town with his family. H. L. Arnold of Calgary was a vls- PRESBYTERIAN METHODIST Knox Church Corner 4th Ave. and 8th Street S. * Rev. Capt. A. H. Denoon. J^astor Rev, W. F. Burns, Acting Pastor, Regular cervices at II a.m. and 7.30 p.m. 10 a.m.: Boys Department. 12.30 a.m. Rig Sisters' Bible Class. 1 2.30 p.m.: Big Brothers' Bible Class, j 8.00 p.m.: Other Departments of Sunday School 4 p.m.: Chinese Class. THE UNITED CHURCH OF NORTH LETHBRIDGE the publishing business in Brock- J jfor ^ere on Monday. lection of pre-emption payments, gnu- thfip clo3ed, the meeting. img rente and seed grain liens, all of which can be done equally well with The usual Red Cross sewing circle was held cn Wednesday afternoon in equal oonveriience to the public, end lt,elf n*w .T00"1 Jat *he �aurch. The much oheape^ by mall workers will find the now quarters 'Yours very truly, i wore convenient and it Is hoped that ARTHUR U SlWoN. i mop,; !;;dfe� than ever will turn out for ouiu protest trie closing; ""S u5ew South : Wai*-;-; arc 'jviucing a keen desire to �thin seats in the Local and Federal j Legiaiaturc'5. Twonty-Uireo are atand-! ing Nationalists in Queensland. Th** jAuAtralitm public welcome thn flohlit- r j fU;in�;iii. into poltt.lcar but seem indis.-' pos'.d to place them in positions of authority at present. The movement, however, is steadily gaining ground, and wuy result in the creation of u ne'.v Australian party. Dr. Ravnes was officially discharged from the C. B. F. on Monday and will remain resident here for the practice of hi? profession. Mr. T. Falrbairn who has been employed at tho Beattie Garage for the past two years leaves shortly to commence farming operations. Mr. A. 0. MacDougall, contractor. Caigarv, visited here on Monday. Mr?. E. Thompson was a tea hostess on Monday. Mock Parliament The vftgular monthly social held under thft auspices of the Young Peoples' Parliament in the United Churchy on Friday fuller announceui- u � on nnoihi-r page. Wednesday, Room 12 Stafford Bhu u, X p.m., Bible Study on "Tho Atonement Between God and Man," followed by prayer and testimony mealing.