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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - March 21, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOUR THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD THURSDAY, MARCH 21, 1018 letbbrfojjc Iterate Xetbbri&j?, Hlberta DAILY AND WEEKLY 4 r Proprietors and Publishers (the LETHBRIDGE HERALD PRINTING COMPANY, LlMITEC 123 6^h Street South, Lethbridflfi W. A. Buchanan President nud .Manuring Director fohu Tonance  * �usint�a Manager TELEPHONES BmJneBs OKico .............. Bditorlal Office .............. 1224 i a:\lv L I 1^ ' ^. � * L. � Li ii ' I . r* as Tin SOME LESSONS j FROM THE FIRE. ! The I/OthbrM^t1 firo depnnnuMii tlU /t;^ j \\wy dM on Tiuvd.iv ut' tho dorian nu*ut oYscrve cns on thoir splomiid fight. Thoro is somo doubt, howov:\-Ihor tho e - �\jor.?iu is u\ 1 i In-. Wo know it is no; all ^Uul would liko it ;o bo. and !*o ; r.iako mo?t strenuous rt1 p;v b.-ohito]y noio?^;iry. people '-v\U b.u'k Ui:v. up The lark oC smoke helmets in t'ig'at ing such fire,-; ap *PICKR J*ASSTJVG THB BmY MAN ie Eldridjre Ranch Sold-Sum Involved is Said (o Be $200,000 t - 1 P S - Subscription Rate.i: cally, delivered, per we^k Daily, delivered, r^r year Daily, by mail, ror year . Weekly, by mail per yoar * * . .10 .55.00 .51.50 Weekly, by mail, por ye^r to TJ.S..?2.00 Dates of expiry of subscriptions appear daily on address label. Accept* in re of papers ;.fu- expiration aate i3 our authority to i\i:;ninu> the subscription. j of the deticiciu'ie? of the d ! We do no: know the ohief^ opinion of pueh apparatus, bai the pnh :e generally i? of t'.'.e opinion tliai th.ey are needed. The matter o:* o r nozzles is another matter meuiio public. Whether or not there �n ... i i'v ij*i.d to the 11 oraUO C '.rd-'on. March HV-The necessary  papers were drawn today whereby the KUrhige llros.' ranch of eleven ;'o.on~:-iv.i. five hundred acres becomes the p;-opei-:y of Malmberff .Sons, lliirh Kiver'and Merronton. Mr. O. K. borg. the manager, having closed Mr. Clarence KM ridge for this vahi.'bio raneliiug property. when Toronto civic salaries have been Id. creased to tho extent of $1SS,00Q. stayer Hylan has "put his down" on "nude dancing" ia York. Carrier pigeons conveyed an tation to Mrs. Woodrow Wilson New York to the %STiite House. foot New invi-from Irishmen living in the States will probably bo exempt from the Anglo-American reciprocal draft. IT. S. Commissioner of lCducatlon Claxton urges that married women be called to fill the dearth oi teachers. Several prospectors have been industriously at work in the Kingston dls- men in the departmoi are to � % t enough iuv for Selected when ranching was the . gre.it industry of Albena, this tract is ! trict, and they think they have dis- one of the choicest in the south eoun- tne e�:nc;en: regular int > 1 4 * J - + * 1 " e-. 110 a - AS THE PROGRESS OF THE WAR Evidcut!y ;he Germans are preparing to Jminediately commence their much advertised spring drive. This morning, along a wide section of the British front, a severe bombardmen: was opened by the enemy. ;ua:;y ^a.:> taking part in the anack. The inian-try altack lias no; yet begun. In the first naval engagement for some months oi any aoeoun:. the British have- defeated the Germans in the North Sea. sinking two of their ne-Etrovors and other of their craft, The British casualties iwore slight. indications oi closer co-operation between the allies and Russia are in the fact that allied missions have 1 recently taken up quarters at Moscow with the intention of remaining. a1'71 leasure W ^ j * :ion. part of l. is doubt �1 1 T" buile.ings at nrev eutive tat r Cjiies-,;e greater it me III in the ^ ^ V t.4 "H t a e w o.e-C :-r- t'.me given try, comprising the north half of township range l'." west of 4th M. The deal is s;?;.i to involve $200,000 and do^- not include the livestock, about a hundred thousand being paid down. .Messrs. M :lmherg ^- Sons have ox-:e:u-;ve hohiin^s east of High Kiver nd a.counted as among the most suvce--:"-:! farmers oi the province. Carload of Seed. Thov will s'nio a carload of seed gr:-i!i from their home farm and will put in every available acre on the recently acquired property, which is said to be between fifteen hundred and two thousand acres under cultivation, usins; tin1 most up-to-date machinery for this purpose. It is al30 rumored thai they will remove their livestock to tho r.ew ranch and possibly increase their hu poiu r-i t % _ t J \ r + t. .:: i ; I 11 C ^ ' . - > �r tho ( o:::oia;slion is e:::c v.ly Chirt: liardy has no: his coinmand to give to du1 matter c: fire prevention thai he would spend in such work were he no: involved in � ac-., duties. A net loss o: .-f-.'.eoO in a fire which might have been piv-v e n t e d were the duties o t the t w o departments not combined under one head would go a long way towards paying the cost oi a separate police j department. These are some of the ' tilings the people are thinking follow-ing the fire and ther consideration. DON'T BE AN INCOME TAX SLACKER. There teems to he a disposition on the part of some people to misunderstand tile new income tax. hoping that refusal to try to understand the return forms will be an aid in escaping the tax. Such a procedure will avail them very little, for just as are the slackers under the military service act being Bitted out, ro wiil the slackers under the income tax be brought to time. People of Canada may just as well realize right now that this country is engaged in a war that is costing an immense amount of money. Out na- j tional debt today is around the two ! billion mark and the interest: charges : must be kept up. These charges are i not going to drop down our. of Heaven.  The people must "dig up'' if Canada ; is to hold her head up in this fight , for democracy. DESATE SO FAR REVEALS LITTLE. The debate on the speech from the : Throne in the Dominion House was very short, and really reveals very ; ^ little, but from the available reports ! the Opposition led by Sir Wilfrid Laur-! P-iet* THE COMMAND OF THE SEAS. The Winnipeg Free Press thinks that the shipping problem occupies today the relationship to ultimate victory that the munitions problem assumed in the first two years of the war. The provision of the new tonnage required to make good the losses sustained by the Allies, were the submarine menace already removed, would be a heavy task. But the submarine iB not conquered, and It is not expected by the most optimistic of authorities to be definitely held until the month of August. And such estimates are, as bitter experi-i ence has proved, far from reliable. Victory for Germany by submarine activity is still on the card3. An inconclusive peace forced on the Democratic Alliance by food shortage in Europe and inab'lity to transport the Vniied States armies to France would be tantamount to complete defeat in the field of battle. More, it would leave the German submarine master of the seas. The Allies are undoubtedly invincible on the surface, but until a satisfactory naval method disposing of the submarines has been discovered and ap- that nation which possesses Sentenced to six months for wife-beating, George Nitch if Tilsonburg, Ont.. is allowed to come homo when his baby dies. A father and two sons from St. John's, Nfld.. have enlisted with the ( British-American recruiting mission in Boston. They have been in the trans-Atlantic service since war broke out and twiee torpedoed. The site of the old Martello Tower in Point Pleasant Park at Halifax haa been recommended to the naval authorities as the most suitable for tne Royal Canadian Naval College, which is now located in Kingston. The Daily Mail says that Baron Pirrio, chairman of the Harland and Wolff shipping commission, has been offered the post of minister of merchant shipbuilding. This offer was made after a conference with Sir Brie Geddes, first lord of the admiralty. X G. McCaLlum, 68, pioneer of the Northwest Territories, died at Nelson. He was a native of Ontario and a member of the first school board and village council in the northwest, at Moosoraln, Sask., over forty years ago. He was prominent in the I.O.O.F. Five U. S. major-generals have been reduced in rank by acting chief of staff March. Tho support of mothers or sisters is no Just cause for claiming income tax �xemptiou across the border. John H. Burnham, of Peterboro, will bring in a bill in the Commons to do away with further knighthoods. Rev. G. W. Kerby of Calgary has now returned to civilian attire as he is no longer connected with military work. The shortage oi errand boys has become so acute that recently ft London, Ont., firm posted a sign outside its place offorlng 25 cents an hour. Thieves who take tho prize for bra-zenness gathered up a new, large, costly rug from tho floor of tho ladies' waiting room at the C.P.U. city depot at London, and took it away. BOW ISLAND, HEARS (From Our Own Correspondent) Bow Island, March 130.-The regular monthly meeting of the Women's Institute held In tho rest room on Saturday was probably one of tho most interesting sossions ever conducted in Bow I aland. Mi\ Paterson of the school staff gave an intensely Interesting and eloquent uddress on the -advantages of "Military Training In Our Schools," enumerating tho various healthful and beneficial influences the Boy Scout movement exerted upon i growing boys, lie stated it was indeed a lamentable fact that many parents oppose this movement, laboring under the erroneous assumption ihut it fosters warlike inclinations, is an unwarranted extravagance and is purely a camouflage for German militarism. If such a belief does exist it. is indeed regrettable, as the Boy Scout movement has never been ttiinted with compulsory service and those who were cnntratlon, valor, thoroughness, integrity, accuracy, frugality and ambition but it stimulates an enlarged patriot* inn, Tho Boy Scout movement should not only excite and retain our admlra* tion but should receive Ihe hearty on-dorsatloti of every clear thinking individual. Our schools will never Hurt any field of physical activity more beneficial to the growing boy and any reduction in the number of units would bo inexcusable. After tho vice-president, Mrs, Albert Whitney, had expressed tho 'sincere gratitude of tho Institute to Mr. Patterson for Ills splendid contribution, tho afternoon programme was pro-coded with. The members then enjoyed a summary of the varied results of concentrated action on the part of speakers and delegates a? the Women's Institute convention held in Bdmonton recently, delivered in perfect oratory by Mrs. K. O. Ludtke, who with Mrs. A. Whitney attended the sessions representing the Bow island branch. That the Instituti in each and every province In tho Dominion took great steps forward last year was clearly demonstrated by the vibrant and dynamic messages, clear and thrilling in their sincerity, delivered by speakers at the Edmonton convention. The actual achievements in the year Just closing made u proud record, and Mrs, ljudtke aprealed to every member ol the local branch to begin now in earnestly and efficiently discharging full responsibility in the expan ! privileged In hearing .Mr. Patorsou I are convinced that no such ulterior j theit purposes exist, and that the moral ef-! slon and elevation of the local branch, ' thereby assisting in making the convention of i9lii a still greater triumph for provincial and dominion insU- Pivo years in Kingston ponltentlarv i " "a " the ' ?, 1 !? " "T ''"'V was the sentence Imposed on Walter j ?�lvliT r,n]"r , ,h'm . '"'��w.tal. Burridge, of London, following (he ^us niov .mu,t n,,t only in.ul.atos Inn jury's finding of guilty on tho charge !lloble tllullitiM 01 rectitudo, loyalty, con-of theft of furs In Ingersoli. { Jacobs, who are located to tho west of Cr.rdston. had something to do with ( Mr. Malmberg's interest in the big \ The deal was put through by Messrs. ' Cairr.crojs � Sens and Carl Williams ,! of t\irds:on. while Mr. R. V. Potter of ; Po:t.er-C1 ever-Watson Co., Calgary, was Mr. Malmberg'? confidential broker in ihif:c;ion, and treatment not only � from tho mere medical point of view, S but from the economic objective, and [he quoted suuUstics showing the saving of uioni-.y (here would be effected by D. O. Thomas, lieutenant of the 54th Battalion, who was Invalided back to Canada iast year, has been appointed assistant inspector of taxation witii headquarters in Nelson. Lieut. Thomas lived in the city for ten years before enlisting in the original Ko at en ay Battalion. Because witnesses at the Spring Assizes at Woodstock were not paid large enough fees to suit them, everyone but one refused to take what was offered and returned unpaid and angry to their various homes in Toronto, London, Petrolea, Tilsonburg and Ingersoli. Countess Laura de Godawa Turo-zynowlcz has started a campaign to recruit 500 women nurses to serve with the Polish legion when it goes to France. The nurses will form an independent women's battalion of the legion. They will he trained at different points in the United States. Stanley Warlow, of Windsor, after being wounded four times serving his country in the trenches, mf Jerusalem in succession to Borton Pasha, who resigned through ill-health. Mr. Storrs is a son of the Dean of Rochester, is 36 years of age, and unmarried. The Windsor hotel, at Lamont, Alta., was burned at midnight Sunday with practically all its contents. There were 60 persons asleep In the hotel at the time, including transient guests, lodgers and the staff and they barely escaped with their lives. A; few articles of furniture from the lower floors were saved, hut nothing else of importance could be rescued. The Herald believes It can bespeak for the sheepmen in this project tho heartiest co-operation of _ the fair board who will help to make the sale a success in every way. It may he a little early in the game to hold a spring stock show and sulo in Leih- The Now York Evening Port savB j ,h!s ;'^ntion being given in the , , , ' scnools. ft learns authentically that the ney j d. K. Harkor pleaded for medical In- Germnn tobacco is a compound f| ; Fpf-ction in the rural Rchoolu. drkjd liops, mint, verbena, wild outs, heather and bullriiMies, t feunr\, O t ored with extracts of elderberr't' :, fruit skius and Pernambuco wo'.'j 1. i Tiio ingenuity of the Germ .ma in de- bridge, but an annual ram sale can be I vising new and horrible poison gases made a great success is amply accounted for. Mr. Davidson advocated tho bringing of all health matters nnder one'department. George Hoadley observed that If the parent would not give the-medical attention n eoe.ss a ry he believed th'ty had arrived at the point when the slate had a right and was In duty bound to supply it. Dealing with the proposals in the bill Mr. Boyle said it was proposed to make inspection obligatory upon city school boards next July. As to towns they would bo placed .in the same position as city school districts formerly but they would not be compelled to furnish treatment. Dr. Stanley said he agreed with the minister that it would not be advisable to make the regulation compulsory in towns, but when they had the hospital units in working order then they could iunke the Inspection and treatment comuulsory. 25,000 BOYS FOR THE Soldiers Of the Soil N army of twenty-five thousand boys from IS to 19 years,inclusive} working on Canada's farms this summer can produce enough front. food to feed several hundred thousand fighting soldiers at the i Because soldiers must eat to fight* producing food for them means just about the same thing as fighting itself. Last year eight thousand boys went on the farms of Ontario and this year most of them want to go back again. And most of the farmers they served with want them back agaii Why? Because those lads went at farm work patriotically, the same as the soldiers fight patriotically in the trenches-they took the work seriously because they realized it was for a serious purpose. And to-day the production of food looms more seriously, imperatively urgent than ever before. Starvation faces missions of people among our AJOes, and the cry reaches Canada for food, LT�ore food and yet more food. This is where Canadian Boys can do, if not a grown man's part, a very manly part, for his country. Full information, enrollment blanks, etc., from High School Teachers, Y. M. C A. Secretaries, Scout Masters and others who take an interest in boys and their welfare. Enrollment week begins March 17th and ends March 23rd. Boys who serve three months on farms will be presented by the Dominion Government with Bronze Badges ^ of Honour which correspond to the Military Service Medals of the soldiers. uuitiii|||iuutui||!'?^r u^ CANADA CANADA FOOD BOARD Ottawa 6 J. D. McGregor, Director Agricultural Labour ;