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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 18, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta j^, k^lOfbAY, MARCH 18,1918 traffic by-law is now in effect ', Tke jaklouUr trtttlo bylaw which hat'>'bMR umler consideration .by the dtjr couiroll for'SeVeral monthi, was given Its third re�t)lng this morning and now beoomas law. The city will have about 500 copias of the bylaw mailf and ylacel In the hands b( the LethVridK* Automobllo club tor distribution. Under this bylaw motor traftic will be considerably changed. No tazleabs will be allowed to stand on tbe business sections ot 3rd Ave. S. r.Sth 8t. a. for loaiar than M nrih- ~ nlM^at one time. Motorists wAl also fce'lkUible to a fine for "cuttlne cor-nen,' as the snuare turn around the �trmt Intersection is demanded. StaMinc too oloae to a corner or too daie^to a hydrant is also prohibited. �No afaanca Is made In the rate of apaM'on tbe streets. No right of way of atraata over avenues is granted, th^ ' auMuaHle approaching on the right heiag given this advantage. to protect small .THE: LEtMBRIDGE DAILY HERALD s.. A WAtn EXOHANOE. OlINRT Is so thouahtful. Mory la n ]�w*l. In their ffifta at birthday^ ench ' -Used the tolden rul*. Men^y boufht a Uorrls chsir, Wide, and broad and deep. "Se*. dear, what I cot for you! How It btokon� sleep!" "I like rockers best. de�r." Mnry depreciled, "nut a smoker's tabli^ yoii Always appreciated." � New, har husband never smoker Little MaiV ftr'es. la., bar UkmB chair ha rests,, (Ms llMa' ro4Klng-ch�lra). And. the amaksr's tabItT iTsatui? t should ear. As a llttia sawlnc-stand. It has corns to atay. That is Object of New Dair>- Act Being Introduced in Legis-, lature rSoeclal to the Herald) Edmonton, Mar. 18.-'Prevention of discrimination !n regard to price, and ' to protect the suial! creameries from ' unfair competition Is the principal object of the dairymen's bill which has been introduced by the nflnlstor of agriculture in the legislature. It will give effect to the conclusions reached at the recent dairy convention held In which one of the strong complaints was the "kUling off the , amall creameries by the large corporations. But irrespective ot the regulations In the bin the Individual farmer can aend his cream to whatever creamery gives hia: the best^deal. The legislation also provides for the licensing of the agencies ot the companies In the country districts, and ot the men who do the buying for the companies. Cream tasters must alao be licensed while there are sanitary provisions to ensure the cleanliness of the surround-Inga and conditions under which cream la collected. The object of the bill, said Hon. Duncan Marahall, la to maintain the standard ot the Alberta butter product. The ountries, be added, that had made a aucceaa of the dairy vbnslnesa were thai* countrlaa that had the small creamerlea acattered ovar the land. It waa In this way that th� cream could be got aweet from the farmer to tha creamery. Tbe creameries were adjacent to the dairy farmer. The minlater mentioned that the Edmonton City Dairy to keep, up the^rade of its product had opened a number of cream-riea'throughout the province. Foreign �verages. Boosa- Is a drink made In Turkey, from barley. Probably the Americana who want an excuse for the slang ex-presalon "booze." will lllie to lay tha blaae on tha "Unspeakable Turk." 4baafa-Is a Russian bevarage made of hot water poured on rye brei�i �n-tll It fermants. It la cheaper' than vodka. . Schnapps-a Dutch drink made in Schied^. It Is a strong giu distilled from'tarpentine. It Is not at all like beor, nor so widely consumed. Pulque-U A distillation ef the juice of the'agare, a speciea of cactm It Is the favorite tieverag* of the Me-tl-cans, and' Is made by lalxiag the juice with water and sugar, when 11 Is allowed to ferfflftnt. Bar Maids In England.-It Is curious (o note that these are selected apparently with a view to having them BsVoung as possible. Members'of tho crusade against saloons In London dis-closed,^the fact.that about 90 per cent of tfie bar maids !in liondon were under Z5.yeara.,ol4. And more than 6.000' girls between ihe ages of IS.ahd 29 are employed-In that one city alone. Gtngarbraad for Cottage Pudding. This Is a cheap and simple dessert, ; or it may be eaten without sauce, like the plain, old-fashioned gingerbread. To a half cup of sugar, add a cup of molaasea, one-half of butter, and a teaspoon each of different apioaa. Dissolve two teaspooaa soda in a cup boiling water and add with two and s half eups flour. Before baking, the laat thing, add two welM^aten agga^Baka slowly. Ii4 ONUiJOMETAX Ttora la.appar�Bny a^B great deal t iftittUOTtaailac alioat the V. 8. iBoao^ ttz'Ba It'svpllw l� AmetlcaBg .who jra mMiiif is teaftda. Ed. 3. �al��'V�^ �aimii�l��r. wqi ba ' la tha cltriWout tteaqd ot the week > "aa* Aiaarieaaa who daalre to get the itfuMmr atralglitanad �at ahould see 'him. H� will tte at tha American.con-� Bular agency'a oftlcea. The Herald �ad�rataadi that lAmarieana who visit ^,to retain their Amerlean citlsanship ara undar obllcattona to pay the U. a. tax aa wall aa tlie tt^ in Canada, and lhaaa who fail tp do ao will be undeir a haavy'flne ardvided tltey wish to ra-antw tha United'Btatea and take up ^'itdaldaBce there tindar their American � 'alttienahip papers. Tha American consular agent here ' also': axpecta definite word In a few :;4apa aa to tbe treatx between 13. S. . \aaii Orufolgta. Lnhbrldga^ * tlia,haa�-dru99l�U in all THE THINO eXFCCTtO. USB NAKCT OU>riELD always says . And deaa tha^thlnf ax- pasta*, aha sees a aunaet, and aha saya: "A skatte we�M-ba ra- If It^^mhalTiaa vlTld! not An artist bat wauld �brink. From painting elotida so aary red. As Katuraijdaa't yaia aba aays aha "cannot do a thing With newlr-ahampooad hair." AM oaee Iha ellmat seemsd ta sight. / Whas,iahowtiia dlmplaa rare, gha gavi^ma'tiiat old atory (did Thia cUt-�Bd-drled Miss Naacy), 0( how :atia "loathed plain cooking, but / Ltkad making, dlahas (ancy." .aha ibaa'asMn far auirrage. But.'iDjbersoft. round face, , .Thar* camea a ainila seraphic, "Homa.'W l^~'.�Mnan'a plaea." K In short,'this'iaalden'always doea And says.iha things expected: That's why I. marvalad much whan Uy proaosal aha rejected! "rram Mlniite to Minota." Not only "from day to day," but from "minute to minute" ia the advice �t ai certain woman (a very buay olty woman), which accounts tor tha vaat aawuat at work aha la able to aceom-pitah. 8ka la a housakeeper, a nnalc taaohar aad writer, baaldaa fladlng tiaaa far o^uh work aad bar-children's ^-------- "I aorar oaaMtdo^lt Ifft.laaked one mlaata ahead," aha-aald.^^fl ahauld be Bwaaipad. I aa an my-way-t0-�ha dantlat now." "And aftar.thatT" I.ukad. a maalMJ .0 SM think ._:ia:?thW*calir. 18.-Oonstructioh work on the Calgary and Soutli .Eit^t-crn railway will begin in June, was the statement of .Oeorgo Hondley, Okotokst member In charge of the measure when the bill was before the ra'thviors committee of the legislature Monday morning. The bill was approved and ordered for third reading by w. M. Davidson, Calgary, chairman. Tho line in which Pat 'Burns is largely Interested win start from Calgary and will connect with tho Calgary and ESdiuonton railway at Okotoks, and running rights over the Alberta Hudson's Bay railway provided for. It will bo utllliiod to develop the coal fields, owned by Mr. Burns, southwest' of Calgary, It Is stated that the rails have been'>#cured in order to permit ot the laying ot steel as soon as tho grade is ready. funeIlWof late john taylor The funeral was held this nftomoon from Fettetly's parlors ot the late .John Taylor, who died suddenly on Thursday morning. The esteem in which the late Mr. Taylor -Nvas held was evidenced by U�e largo number who attended the servicoheld in Knox church, where Rev. w. F. Burns Pfeachod the funeral sermon. The Masons ot the city attended in a body and the services at tho cemetery were those of the Masonic; Order, being in charge of Lethbridgo Lodge No. 39. The mass of beautiful floral offerings was token ot the popularity ot the de-censed. The pallbearers were C. B. BowmAn, w. D. L. Hardle, w. D. I'Clng, E. Adams, George Kerr and Hugh Macbeth. with enemy on Paris, Mar. 18.-^An Important debate appears to be.In prospect in tho chamber of deputies on the subject ot reprisals for nerial attacks on Paris. Receritly there has been a revival ot the discussion concerning tho iposslbil-Ity of nn agreement; on-the ^ part, of the belligerents to coaso reprisals of nil Kinds, partlctilarly. air raids over open towns outside- the fighting zone. Premier Clemcnuenu has'.been quoted variously on the subject, but generally ia Understood not to^bo In fa-rar c^t reprisals in.the way'ot attack on #om'en and children in the undefended towns. He is belleyad to favor air raids mado within the German frontier, but strictly upon establish-meats ot fliliitary value. Tho Inlarpallation prepared by Deputy .^a^rls. Radical Socialiat. will be prcsahted on tbe return of tha premier. Deputy 'Fory, Radical Socialist, and an active member of the army committee who has Interrened frequently during tho war In regard to Important questions, announced be will ask (the government to propose to tho onethf, Uir lush.neutrals, that'nil rod-prodal htitlbna'of tho ynrlous aviation corpV be Ifihftbtl to the'lsono ot^hom-bardment by cannon of the longest ranjto. ' Thh-objection Is raised, how-evhr,' thftt Nnnoy, Dunkifkiand Rholms would thtis be at tho,, mercy ot tho Oormons whereas the alHos could reply only against Belgian, French atui Alsatian towns, - FLOODS NEAR DUNMORE I*-> > �> ? ? , Calgary, Mar, 18.-Due to rap-Idly melting snows about a qunrtor Of 'n niilo of the Canadian Pacltlc main lino east ot Duuuiore .'Junction, Alberta, la under water and all trains nro being handled over it slowly by signal,  John Hart, minister of finnnoo 4 announced this morning that ho 4 > has boon BUccessful In ar'rnng- ] ^ , Ing for a: loan' for tho gonoral ]  financing of the province,Ih tho )  sura ot $1,000,000 for a period !  of ten years, the bonds to boar Interest at tho rat& of five per ] . ,..''.. HARNESS-9 sots ot double team, harness; 26 bpraa^ cqllars,-, IMPLEMENTS, ETC.-1 dunk foot cultivator, nearly nejv; 1 Sh^lea crMm separator; 1 KUmiey engine, 16x45; ifse-lRiimbly sopftrator; abpve engine and separator only used one sedBon' i'B. t^trow plowingang, John Deer mnkb. '. 'i: ^j-Y .^iBO hodrfpholtl fiirnltur^and ;e^^^ ,v V - "p 4 TE-'*''r SALE-Half cash, balanceVto be payabl*^Noveni^er on/,ppr.oved/ Joint notes with, 8 per credit < aMf^Qnts; or 6 per cent; off air er<�ilt amounts lor^eash. ' . JAMES A, SMITH, Auctioneer HILMER BROS., ProprletoPi ;