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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 16, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta "PAGE four l-Hfe LETHBRIDGE HERALD r DAILY AND WEEKLY PrMrltlor* and Publlshsre tTHB LBTHBRIDQE HERALD PRINTING COMPANY, LIMITED M tth Street South, LetKbrldge W. A. Buoh*nan . rreaideat and Managing Director febB Tonaace   Buslubia Mnnagor raLBPHONES Buatneaa Office .......... Iklitoritl Oftlce.......... 1sz4 8ubsorlptlon Ftataa: Daily, aeUvered. per week ...... JO Dallj-, dellTsrcd, per year .....JS.OO Dallr, br malJ, p*r year ......14.00 Weekly, by mall, per year .....^1.50 .Weekly, by mall, per year to 'O.9..i2,00 DaCfi of eiplry of subscrlpUona appear dally OB address label. Accept-ance of pai>�rf Ute: ezpiratiLn date U ur authority to contlBim the lub-acriptton. !THE PROQREM OF THE WAR tadloatloM that Oermoar bas �g�lii feofiQ attttmptlsB peace with BritjUn *re elren In the remarks of Lord Bob-ert Cecil, Who snys that no terms of |iMo� tHU be ooaiMercd tA prM�at trom thU touroe. Incideataily Artbur lUMdenMi, tlie labor leader, omo* awMe; 4*clar�a empbatlesUy thmt tliere can ^6 no UkA oi 9�Me �t th� present time." The Oonuan leader, Ii�d�n4orn, now 4�el&re� that since the alUea refuse to consider a peace, the Qermans 'will pro-d with their otfenalye. It la aald (her are prepAred to sacritloe'300,000 men In this ottcutra. iJi attack C&in*t JSSnClaad It biated at la Great Britain by �tith�rlties irhlch eay ^hat the Oenssma'bar* sr�at masses of, ueh moibUiced, Aa4 in�r�a�at la home, defense are teint aada. Canniln and a general Increase In rates nveragluK about 15 por cent on passenger an'd freight tariffs went Into effect JYIday. But though the Inoioaso has been rrantod, the last has not beon heard of it, and there is no doubt that the disousslon of raiiwiiy problems anJ tho decision thereon at the t'omtng session at Ottaw-n will bo Instrumental In airing the -whole railway situation oa it has never bctoro been aired. Outsldo the war and production, tho railway*problem is the Rreat problem betora the Conadian p�!0))le today. In Its latest Issue, before th^i rate Ih-orease was Bi"Rnto(l, the Grain Growers QutJe hnd this to say: fhe public hoarings on tho r.iiiwBy frelclit rate question have been con- KCONOMY IN OUR ADMINiaTRATION that the GoT*nuB�nt xDiut'eMBoialM ud many are qiaiek ts remind ii: ministers Vbat ttla w�s oba of the \ chief duties which tk�r w�re pUo�d in office to perform. It appears, howsrer, that not everyone W willing to Uxn the couaeqiMnecs ot eooaoiay. The tint cons*q�ence la the denial to Bomeona of aomethln'; that mib*-�ie wants; and there are too ja#ny who, whila demanding thst the i30T-aranent praottoe rigid ecenomr. ataad ra�dy to ooatfetna tha Oomror taant wb�n tha Ma�eqMac�i at kk^ ', �coMiny toMti tbam. tMr Muida oir  tha coBSMultr tewMoh Ibvy Uv*. An Inataaee It vroTMad kjr tlM r*-' �eat daetaJba to etowt i nnabar af tta land tUtitm la Ota Waat Iitom Bed Dew; Ma�lelM Hat) and otkw laeas aMaotad, a bowl o( ptotaal Waa aant op. Tka Boo. A. U putem U. loenibar for Uadlebia Bat, waa apf�aed t�-ariH� ta tha atrW of iba yblltles o( aa aarliar dar-^-to usa bla ioflueaoa irtbi tiie Separtmant ot the iMiflar ta. Pfotaot . Xadlelna ^ Eat fron tlia conaaqaaaeaa ot tha policy ^6K Mr.' SUIon was aloatad b]r ,tha ^eojAe ot Medloiae Eat to anAiree. Tha aialalei't raply, addrglBaad to Cw Deputy Mayor, conraya � rebuke and a rHBlndsr wMeh ara anfortunata-iy cft canaral rather than looal �p-yBMtlon, i&d deserrea wider pablfca-tion than it could xeoalTo through 'On oolumna' ot tha"Mridge la losing Us inunlBrfttlon oftlce. Considered trom tho stand-potnt of a aaltlsh Lethbrldge oonven-laaoo wo ihonld protest the closing �f the ofCloa.. On tiie general ground at eaonoaty in administration wo aboidd applaud the move. Solttah aoniiderattouH sht thill tlma.- , , THB RAIbWAV v RATE INCRBACe , ' The govornment at Ottawa has - ^ ^Ciaatod tiie wlah ot the.' raUwaya of �eluded. H Is now entirely in the hands of tho cabinet ministers at Ottawa to ma'ke tho momentous decision. It they decide not to Interfere with the Railway Commlsaton's order, the IB pei-cent Increase In freight ratoa will go Into effect on Vlarch 16. Under that order tha people of Canada will pay about $*O,O0O,0O a year more than thay are now paying. Of this amount the C.P.B. wUl get somewhere about $�0,000,00 In addition to Us already tolloasal profits. It U tha mbst important and far reschlng qneston the Unon Gotcmment has yet been' called upon to decide. The people of Onn-ada axe watching the Union Government more closely and more sympa-thotleally than erar any Canadian government has been watched. In Its do-cislon the Union Oovemment may Iorb that sympathy'or It may establish Itself more firmly ia the conOdenca of the people; � � " : It the goramment permits tha increase in traighi rates according to the order of the railway commission, it wlU forfeit the oonfidonce ot the people and create suaplcloo and distrust which It cannot lire down. If there mnirf be an lacreaae in freight rates, erory cent of it thould goto the public treasury end be tiaed by the gov-ermnont for necessary transportation development. This can be done in several ways. Th6 best way is jji,;,,x, to his fltttnarour this ,icin- that recrtUy finiio�n>r�� - A/a T*,uiii^tl a ,Aiiavt tutes l;i Bdmdntoa:has ratumed homo V 5 li Very 1(1 Th�i many friends of Mrs.' Nikolas, mother'ot Mr. Stephen Nikolas, (wlll learn that the Is very HI at the homo ot her son Stephen. Although uv^mi �v,t.-..iu.cut. the gnuide lodge of tbo Orange order., ; An espeelally Intpreetlng session Is promised the luembera of tha Women's Institute .on .Saturday afternoon when their regular month}y meeting wlll be held in-the rest room. Mr. B. C. Bateman of MacLeod spent the week and with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Bateman, Loucks St, Mr. S. L. Taubo* ot Calgary was a guest hero on Monday. Mrs., George Bedell entertained k nnmber � ot her friends Informally at her home on Friday evening. A. M. Jafflti of Edmonton visited here on Monday. Mr. Softerg ot pleasant View spent Tuesday In town. J: H. Prowse ot Tabor was a visitor tb town on Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Peter Kvenson have returned from a two months' honey mlttfld 'to fo to tbos�!pea�iltiau. :'.uaril8n,8^d9;i]t^'lliiaiiorawin- ^  :Bi�alt(ii�tr;i�l(]a �ttta .abont l�.�._> ceeded to their tann In the Pleasant View district, Mr. N. R. Parker of Foremost spent Monday In town. Buys Farm The farms of Mr. A: Wutske In the Maleb district haa been purchased by Mr.'Wuttka's father who recently arrived here from Saskatchewan. Mr. Wtttike,, Jr., la holdihg a sale- ot his Btockfand implements at the farm next Wednesday, March 20th.. � air. T. W. Dyer is at present a guest In town. Mrs. F. J. Henderson was the guest of Mrs. W. Henderson, Broadway, on Saturday. - ly at St Paul. He was well-known throughout th* Bay ot Qulnte district. The Michigan Central Railway -was held responsible by a jury at Sandwich tor mallcIoUR prosecution of George Janette, Essex County Constable, and ordered to pay $1,200 damages. The eighth German w%' loan, to bo' issued March 28, says' a Berlin dispatch, will consist of five per-.cent certificates and four and one-halt percent, treasury billi. Both 'will be Ifitued at 98. Lt. Gerald EmeTy and Lt. Arnold .'Jf-,-J- Pol'itt'" at present visiting of Kingston, met with accidents at , ^ . , �. , the Royal Flying Corps camp at Port Meckleburg ot .Calgary ts in Worth, Texas, this week. Lt. Emery \ , , it . . . had several ribs broken, and Lt. Ar-!We regret to report .the loss ot two nold Is alto m hospital tor severe 1^- '^""n' by Jli-.,Bessant who inriea - lal-ma four miles east of town. '' � '' Mr. Chester Prehdecgast spent Mon- day and Tuesday In Medicine Hat. Mr. aad ^ Mrs. BegluiavOf'^lfyMamotb spent "the week end IritpwnV Mrs.-& S. Beattiis was i hostess during tha tfea hdur oh Wednesday. Mrs^krthur Mack, Olqulst Street, , wlll -Ve the hoBtess ot the Ladles Aid (From Our Owst^CorressoRdent) Bow Island, Mar., 15.-i^Mrs. R. S. Bealtle who has b4en' VlaiUng" friends In Galgary rstomad home on Thursday, � . A showing raiilete with the most Interesting dlsj^lays ot. forthcoming styles-In sprlngr^taHUnery and aeces-sprles will be:.dl8jplayM .at.the Elite Parlors next' Wadaesdttr, March >20th. Mr. and Mrs.';Wayne Jobaaton and family left tor the east on Tuesday. Mr. Frank JMacWilllamS rhas. retorn-ed home from Slgnoumey, Iowa. Oscar RUey oifl^ospy ,is spending a few days in^bwB.' . Mr. and Mrs. C; H. j^altt of.Grassy Lake are beins'/cbBRratulated on the artfval ot a son) Febriiikinr' I2th. Mr,- D6marc8,-j0f--Wlnaitred, spent Sunday here cdmplettn(. arrisagements tor his sale being.:held at'his farm two miles south jot WInntfred on Tuesday, March Wlhj.'  ..... Mrs. C. E. Jl^iiiitke, .LoQClis street, has-retnmed hoita from Edmontoo. Mr. and Mrs.^^. Sii- Thomjpison �x-peict to � bo leavuic 'ah��rtly for Lethbrldge where J they. iwUl in future re-Kide. Mr. ThompaoB has been appointed salesman �t6r'�;the Continental OH Co. .t-' A delightful-t^R.-clalmed-Mrs. W. F. Henderson, Broadway as hostess on Saturday aftemobn. - � Mr. P. J. Roach of Calgary was a gueat In town Mjinday. Mr. Harold Battle, Broadway, has sold one of his -'iquarters near town tor the sallsfactbry. sum of $4600. Mr. .T. BruBtad'-has returned home from Norway and has left for his farm in the Maleb district., Mr. E. Raber ot Fofeniost was a visitor In town on.Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Falrbnlra have returned, home from - Vancouver. 7 Mr. R. Bmmott of Nobletord, %pent Monday in town. Mr. Frank Button of Ratlaw ts at present in town with his family. H. L. Arnold of Calgary was a visitor bore on Monday. Dr. Baynes was olllclaUy discharged Urn MAKE YOUR f J!ltRIOTIC DMEALS :CNJOYABLE ; � . . ' - / Our armies end onr afflet need every N - pound of .wheat we can spate them. three tiines^a day you can help to save wheM. by eating Kellogg's Toasted^ Com xFlakevinstead of bread. / It is no sacrifice either, for KelloiM's ~ Toasted Com Flakes ate deUdons, palatable and nourishing. They make a wheat-sa^og meal enjoyable. Sold onlg in the original red, white and '. green package. TOASTED COI^N FLAKES LICENSED BY THE FOOD CONTROLLER UNDER NUMKR 2-�SS ONLY MADE IN CANADA BY * Tte Bttfle (keek Toastd CoTR FUke C�m un 4 p.m.: Chinese Class. THtJ UNITED CHURCH OF NORTH LETHBRIDGE Rev, e. J. HodQlns, B,A., Paator 1271 6th Aye. N. Phone 1669 10 a.m.; Class meeting for boys and girls. 11 a.ra. Topic: "Walking W|th God.'' 8.00 p.m.: Beginner's and Primary Depts. ot the Sunda-y School."' S.15 p.m.: Other Depts. ot the Sunday ' School. 7.30 Topic: "Two VIewa of the Croaa." ANGLICAN St. Cypilaii's Church Cor. inn Street and Sth Ava. South. Rev. Canan Wi V. McMillan. Rector Matlna--11 a. m. Sunday School end BIbIa Claaaea,�3 p.fn. EVENSONG 7.80 p.m. Holy Cemmunlon-^lst sod Srd Bun-days at 8.00; Snd and 4th Sund&ys at 11 a.m. Baptism--4th Sundays at 4 p.m. PENTECOSTAL ,. PENreCOSTAI. A80EMBUY 8. O. E. Hnll, next V. M. C. A. Rav. CM. Neve, Pastor � Rea. 3B7 18th St. N. Sunday, 11 a.m. and 7.30 p.iw. Tuesday and Thursday, S p.m. Prayer Sorvl9e, IBl* 3rd Ave. N., Saturday, 8 p.m, METHODIST Wesley Church Rev. Chas. E. Cragg, B. D., Paator. Resldonpe 320 11th St. S.  Phones: ' / Parsonage 404, Church Study 408 Claude Hughes, Musical Director 11 a.ra'. Mornlrtg Worship, tlfe pastor wlll preach. 12. noon! BIblp  School ahd Bible ClBBQOS, . 7.30: Evening SDrvlces� Rov. W. E, Galloway, BjV., ot Calgary, wlll preach. Music: "Lord'l Hear Srowcrs of Bless-lng,"(Warren); "Tho Radiant Morn," (Woodward); Solo,"I Heard the Voice of .Tesus Say," (Rathbiirn); "How Beautiful Upon the Mountains," (Btainer). CHRISTADlBLPHlANS Meat in tha Moosa Hall,'HIglntotham ifloek. Entrance 6th 8^, and 2nd Avenue South Wednesdays: 8 p.m., Bible Class. Sundays at 10 a.m. to commemorate the Lord's Death, and at 7.30 p.m. to proclaim the glad tidings ot the Kingdom ot God. ' . Subject: "The Preaching of Christ; Was It Successful In. Reaehlng the Masses?" Ail Seats Pr�a No Collactlan CHRISTIAN SCIENCE CHRISTIAN SCIENPE,SOCIETY Hull Block, 7th Street 8. , Sunday Service at 11 Subject: "Substance." Sunday School con.'vonesif'after the morning'adrvlce;.;^;! '.'.J.^'-'t Wedhaiiday :^venlna eept SutiddyH and legal holidays, from 3 to 5 p.m. Horo, the l3Vblo and author-liied Christian Science'UtiBrature may be read, borrowed or purbhated. The public is eordlQlly Invited ^tp attend the church servlceaV'. also' to ] visit tho reading room. BAPTIST First Baptist Church' Cor. Srd Ave-^ai^i Sth St. S. Rev. C. Baker, P*ttor Services at 11 a.m. and 7.80 p.m. A.M. Subject: "Life's Obaervatory." Third of series on Vital Religion vs. Croedal Religion. P.M. Subject: "God As Property Hold-er, or The Pre-Emlnaneo of Individualism." niblo School at 12 a.m. The pastor will -preach at both services. All Welcome Christian Church ^ Car. Srd Ave. and Sth St. Oliver L. Curtis, Paator Connaught Mansions Sunday School at. 10.30: Mr?. Curtis. Buporlntendenl,"' Everyone ^ counts one, Be present and on time. Preaching at 11.80, Subject: "Christ, Governing Principle of the Judgment Day." fchrlstlan Endeavor at 6.48: Mrs, Curtis, leader.'. Preaching service at 7.30, Subject: "Rooms on Raaaenable Tarma." salvation army' AdJ and Hamilton, offlceri In - ' ,:.;'-',ctiarae. .. " Sunday, li:;a.m*;i,m.; Home League, 8 p.m:: Lite;SaYWK'Scouts and Oimrd.i Tho Citadel Band In attendances, Sunday and Thursday Services. Everybody Welcome ASSOCIATED' BISi-E OTUDENTS Room 12 Stafford Block, Fifth St. 8 Sunday, 3 and 7.30 p,ni., Orphoiim 'riioatre. Sob fuller. ahnouDcomciit another nage,:,5, ".on WednoBdoy Room 12 Stafford Blo,:k, 8 p.m., Bible Study on "Tho Alone: ment Between God>nd Man," to), jowed by prayer aiid tOBtlinbriy meiji- ;