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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 2, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta PAOEFOtm THE LCTHBflmGE DAILY HRIULO MAY OA4LV AND WtlKLV and UTf HIRIDQC HERALD mo LiMirer Ml 8th ttCMt President and Managing Director John Tonance Business Manager TELEPHONES i Business Ottice US BdltorM Office 1334 Subscription Rataai per week per year by par yenr as a fair Tho reduction In the exemption will hut It hard to see WhJ the Oovorntoent should not take a larger slice of incomes which is enough for any Canadas now tax on large Incomes Is as or than that enforced in the United and an Canada is a young vhere private capital is badly needed to develop Her wonderful there will be little criticism of tho new schedule except what comes from men of large It must also be kept in ralnd that Canada In tie yeara to need a larger in and sources of taxation will have to bear heavier burdens in the future to meet wnr We are likely to see higher taxation next when greater revenue will bo Then probably we will all bo 01 expiry of subscriptions aa pear dall on address Accept ance of papers expiration date Is our authority to continue the sab to pay The Herald had hoped that the budget speech would contain tome intimation of a reduction of the duty on agricultural wore We quite realize the difficulty in undertaking important tariff revisions at the present THE PROGRESS OF THE little or no change in the when a certein status MU3t situation on the Wanders maiaUlne1 we would TheGermans are evidentlygathering olnt out that olhing can be raore I and concentrating their exhausted dl to getting the best offarm for another attempt onthis front or possibly at some other lmDlenlent8 the farmers hands at not urtllkely the Canadian the cheapest possible The far Their on Flemish hill in tfte positlon of belng torced positions stlimrtd by the British and j if he increlse hls French have disastrous in the U3e arm machinery to the battle has ceased the very UmitWhy he be for simple reason that the Ger mans have been unable to keep up their terrific assaults without a brea thing g A CH1ERING LETTER TO Oliver Wendell Holmes lived in Boston during the American One of his letters to John Loth rop the is good reading for these times of He said There is a class of men one meets who seem to consider It due to their antecedents to make the worst of I supposemay ije one of I met him a day or two since and lost ten minutes in talk with him on the sidewalk lost them because I do not wish to talk with any rain who looks this jnat ter empirically as an unlucky acci which a little prudence might have and not a theoretical He said to me that the wisest man he somebody whose name I did not said to him long ago that this war would out last an old and his com pelled to pay a heavy tax to secure that machinery is a mystery that hasnt been Ottawa ought to able to see the inconsistency of its stand this important THE TREATMENT THE ihe Calgary Albertan has taken up rthe problem of comparative of the inmates of jails and the asy lum of the and appears to place the administration of the asy lum in a poor light as compared administration of the as least insolar as the treatment of the un fortunates In the different institutions is Lethbridge people know fairly the treatment of the pri Peterboro city teamsters will re ceive a Ooderich fishermen hare been get ting perch and David a wellknown resident of He was W his seventysecond Queens con ferred tho degree of npoh of Nine sons of the late J bookkeeper of the Consolidated Rub ber are in About 400 hoga are belrtf placed upon Oeckwlth Island Manley During recent weeks a nuitibef of residences and places of business have been broken into in Twentysix retnrnedr soldiers left Toronto for northern where they will take up latofl4 the clay London fell short of Ita Patriotic fuhdi objective in the threeday campaign whfch con clude J there In North death of David a widelyknown resi occurred aged fifty three l Word has been received of the death in Calgary Simp a former well known contractor of The Evangelical at its annual conference at stationed Oolding at and Dangle at soners at the jail they know that reform ia the chief and they will therefore be interested In what the Albertan has to under the cap A Striking The provincial government an nounces the appointment of an off i cial to administer the estates of luna tics in the The new official will not only administer the estates of the lunatics when in the panion very Yoa will become tho admiii meet another man and he begins curs Ing the Government as the most ty rannical one that ever That is not the I How much money have ou given for the war How many of your own boys have gone to it How much of your own body pnd sold have you given to It1 Faith is the only thing that keeps a man up in times like and those persons who by temperament or underfeeding of rthe soul are in a atate of spiritual anaemia are the persons I best to and try hardest not to talk For myself I do not profess to have any political I I I judge to the best of my ability I have a most solid and robust faith in the sterling manhood of the in its endur jits capacity military train its plasticity for every in In political in respect for man as man in peaceful which is our In distinction from aggressive colonlza i of the hardship and exposure of the lion in hnman qualities as against loses his mind As if It bestial and diabolical ones in the istrator of the estate after Con cerning the legislation or the appointment of the official there can be no serious But there is a serious objection to tho main charges which this adminis trator will find against the states of the unfortunate The charge will be the cost of his main tenance while iu the While the people of the r ivince are making every possible effort to work out a hospital system by whch the people collectively may become responsible for the health of the com the in its asylum administration is insist ing upon the ancient method of charg ing what the traffic will bear placing fees upon the patients and who arebrought into the asylum for treat ment or for If the poor patient has not the ready money care is made a charge against his farm and year after year this debt keeps mounting If there ever was a case for free it Is In the pro vincial The husband and father a through no fault of his sometjmea through the fault Lord as the If I never see peace and I shall that my children will see they do not see I believe their I will not say to you Be of good because men of ideas are not put down by the ac Cldents of a day or a Three years after the date this jletter Richmond had NEW BUDGET is FAIRLY 1 Canadas XJ918 budget as announced Tupsday afternoon by In the absence of Minister of will jiaeet With general The Her One thing that on reading the dispatches Is i QAAiidft Is making an endeavor to Bieet much as possible of the cost tfee war by increasing the revenue were not sufficiently disastrous for the breadwinner to be removed from the this pathetic the state to that by placing a perpetualcharge against the homestead in the form of a daily fee as long as the unfortunate man Continues to live and remains in the And the unfortunate wife and children of the deranged must adfl heavy by assuming this added and hat power to sell the I homestead under the hammer if the not and unless we are has ujied a striking contrast One honest and hardwork loses bis mind and Is taken to family must pay the penalty by losing the head of the and by having to Kuppoft iim the till who Is neither honest nor steals his neigh aent to the Leth bridge The merit system pre vails It and he gets a great deal of Not every legitimate means while tliu la no charge made against his yar Js in This is the British famllv for his but he paid a j It Is sound particuj Jtrly 1 Canada where a very favorj balance of trade indicates our j for a contrast the i of criminal The new include a heavier In Xme placingua practically on f Pftr in regard with the United heavier taxes on such lux AS gramo fUid though it is JUit fr question the West Trttjj Its great the autaujo be classed as a and tho That IE an illustration of the injustice and unfairness of the charges mado by the government in the provincial If vtiat the Alburtan sets forthin the above is and we have no rea son o doubt then the provincial j government should lose no time dn 1 the burden of thefpoor uri ortunatM at The contrast i has come to be j is too marked to be well received by yeoBjla of the who came from and located at 37 years aged 92 Miss Ellen alster of the late Robert for many years for Bast died at Tfcames aged 97 A pioneer resident ol Toronto died suddenly Thursday morning person of Robert JamieBon who had lived there lor over sixty Death has claimed Eliza beth Chatham relict of Isa dore She was born in Til bury township 70 years Canadians must buy all their own securities this year Sir Edmund Walker tells the Empire The bodies of three workmen were found in the ruins of theVer mont Milk Chocolate Companys plant which was destroyed by It is expected that 60 fifthyear medical students recently graduated from Toronto University will all Be placed In the army by the end of Coburn j who has been blind since he was ten Tears ad dressed a meeting last week in the Methodist The formal opening qf the British Chemical Industrial took place at wlthap assembly of over one The explosion a coal Btove In a house on mutual re sulted in the death of jbmmallne Sullivan from burns and Over 200 men of the 109th Regiment turned out for the inftial parade of the and drilled In under Denlson at At Belle Sheppard had arm broken and his face bad ly bruised when a schoolbell which he was when attempting to adjust the s managing direc tor of the Alherta Petroleum Consoli dated company and one of the most active oil men of tho Alberta has completed arrangements whereby he will drill for oil in the Peace Rfver John Quackenbush oil South Gower attempted to evade the Military Ser vice Act by was home on leave hart On his fail ure to return military police visited his home and arrested He was on to go Ihe barn and get his but instead he got a stone and attempted to fracture his Failing in thla he got a jack knife that was none too sharp and tried to cut his throat The Womens In con ducted for and by which came into conflict with the law in is again before the odurts after a man accountant had spent eighteen months disentangling Its ac The according to the Kreuz will be charged with violating the The defence is that the banks rapidly it overwhelmed the capacities of tho hoard of composed of two of whom are OB service In The Canadian Railway Board baj decided while it was the Impera tive duty of all the railways tp keep their expenditures down to the mini mum at present tima and while he ordinary j function in farca for attending conventions had in almcac all been fsifs increased hv 16 per army and navy were ip a separate and disti ict H iiai Decided to issue to IMC railways conceiijivl to jivf the usual reduction faraj IQ army and ruvy Oterans attepilinsllie ponyun tion ut Winnipeg nax month nmJ u attending In iu chaplains ate I Lindsay Is Hiving difficulty Iff got tin suitable Joseph of idled following an auifdk of Over thirty the graduating chum of fltty of the Ontario Veterinary col lege will PlckfordlMp leave the movie stage and devote ner entire tlma to war KBS presented his credentials as ambassador to Paris to President PoincnreV Fire completely destroyed ft barn by theWhyte Tacking Com declared to bo of enemy ori destroyed the tin factory of the Trethaway at The concern was engaged on war con The loss exceeds Harold at Mil ler 129 and at Sichel and 10 hftte gugpetldud from the New York Stock Exchange for one aged well known among shipping men on north Pacific and a survlvof Of the steamer Clallam dtsantor in Is dead In result of the canvass organ Ued by tho of the town iftip of least wilt be planted during the cur tiftnt In addition to the acreage which the farmers had planned to Struck by an automobile as he was crosiVng Colborne and Market Ser geant a returned WM taken to the where he had sustain ed ft wound in and several Father Michael who has been actively conectcd with t he work of the Roman Catholic Church in Ontario died In Mer Jeffcott had been par ish priest at Colgan and at Mer There strong suspicion that alien enemies are responsible fbr a disastrous fire which wiped out the manufacturing part of the munition of the Canada at The fire started from j the of a but there had no fire near It since Loss Our Own Cotrespondon May Saturday ev ening MAT MagAth7 people Will do honor to abotlt 30 Magrath men Who come under special draft for ittllUrtry On Mohday evening a committee of mert and women repre sentatives Of the town Red Ladles AM and the churches met in the town hall and outlined tho general program and appointed committees go On with the A luncheon Will be given for fhe ftphbrea guests whfch will I Include the boys and their part ners and and the mayor and council of the town also the two re turned Swift and Roy nine oclock a program to which1 the entire public are Invited will be Following is the programme as National Anthem O Can Miss Helena Thomas who is nursing in has been ap pointed head nurse In charge of 23 United States base school chorus Olbb Keep tfit Horte fires ot Mayor presefttaji lion to fcoyl Wlrf let1 theOld Flag mate chorus Jared Mercefi Joan of Wood ctolc Mis6 Crandall instrumental McMullen firew Clarke male tburBother Js Pray ing for speedh Wtoi M6rton Boy BCdutg chorua Ood Save thb The citlzelTs of Mftgrath Will be asked to donate food and to help with the Everyone should help In every way possible and show our boys we appreciate their going to fight olir The RedCross acknowledge with stun of the amount cleared by them in the Red Cross lunch rooms on We hereby thank all those who helped In any A pleasant family party at the home of and Me Connel on Thurgdar the oc casion being In honor of the 72nd birthday anniversary Tom who the honored Those present were Bishop and Bery Mr and and Harold and McConnel and Ralph Hnle Ifft last week for New Dayton where she will make her future Roy Matkln was kicked on the leg by a horse on Monday and has laid up for a few days Makes Housework Lighter It seems a broad three quarters of the day women who keep house are on their A step another there1 thousands of them in a day bring fatigue that Rinex soles will Rinex soles shorten the working hours by making lighter each step the housewife They quickly 1 ionform to any position of the foot and they always return to thus preventing misshapen shoes that mean tired Resiliency and flexibility are two big comfort features of Rinex Rinex soles save the Their velvetlike surface protects the polish from unsightly And above all Rinexsoled shoes give the longest This scientifically combined rubber and ifibre is the sole of long life and Rinex insulates the feet against heat is absolutely waterproof and prevents Be sure your next shoes have Rinex Have your old ones resoled with like new and their usefulness will be Ber sure that Rinex is on the soles of all your It insures S Rincx Sole are made and guaranteed by Canadian Consolidated Rubber Limited Head Office Montreal Western Branches Lethbridge BUILDING MATERIAL FACE MANTLE COMMON HOLLOW PLASTER MORTAR STRUCTURAL PREPARED BUILDING FIREPLACES AND WALL BOARD BEAVER I BOARD WE MAKE A SPECIALTY OF STRAIGHT AND MIXED CARLOAD PROMPT PHONE OR WRITE US FOR WE CARRY A FULL LINE OF COAL MINING AGRICULTURAL MUNICIPAL 1245 Second UPPLIE AND EQUIPMENT Phone 755 TURNEY ALBERTA ;