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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 4, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOUR THK LETHamnr.E DAILY, HERALD SATCRDAY. MAY Cb: alberta DAILY ANU WEEKLY Proprtttorj and Putlithco iTXE LETHBRIDGE HERALD PRINT- INQ COMPANY. LtMITEC JI2J 6th Streul LithbrWjo W. A. Buchanan Prtsiaenl and Director Joiu Tcnanca EusiatiJ Manager T3i.EPHQ.VES But lam QlUca EdltotiKl OUico 1251 1221 Subscription Rataal Dilly, deUtered. ter Dilljr. delivered, ftr rear .....15.00 Pally, mall, par Weekly, by Ball per year WeeWy. by mall. per to U.S..JS.O) Dates ol eiplry ot e> fcar dilly en aidreii" label Accept' tnce of papers i-lto. erjlrativn date Is our authority to continue tJio sub- scription. THE PROGRESS OF THE WAR. Germany, baring failed in the bis drive on in hei1 last is reverting to her old game or commencing a peace of- fensive. ''.Ventral emissaries, tellered to represent Germany, are reaching England io convey the German mes- sage ol this peace offensive. Need- isss lo say, Germany will gain no ear In allied countries for her peace talk. There Is no change oa the western front, that enemy artillery is be- coming increasingly active at certain points. TAKING HOME TO THE BOYS. "Til! the boys come home, home to the boys." be the decisive factor of '.he war. says The Spoicef'.uRn Uevltfw. The seutimeni t'inressL'il above is the seminieat eiprcssld throughout the crones that is the-c.iustj of the splendid morale of the- allied sol- diers id the face ot the fiercest ou- slaujbts of the Hutc. Ami. one reason tor the fact that French, aad ihe- British are still stout of heart" is the fact tiiat the I'nited Slaies is rushiug troops UP IN Tho A. L. McC Has mill at St. by tiro. II. Miller, ol the Canadian their aid to turn (he Ix't us Wcstlngbousc Company, died in llani- not lose sight-of that. [act. Well do- Wa" _ Snow that, evea If Cacio Sim i The army and veterans, age were still neutral, the 'British, the 30. o! western Crricta are plau- Frencfc and the Italians would fight to torm a on. But the tramp of the Sammies as j owm.n of laud in Niagara they Ucd on French soil sends a Falls. faUing in with the thrill tho hard-pressed sol- j community garden plan. dlers In 'the trenches who are'now c Mmeri Otmsal mlj.or ot Michigan City, was arrested Washington as au enemy alien. In holding bacfc the German hordes, niid helps them fight with redoubled valor. Magistrate I'. R. House, of New H Is well for ui to remember vork. has ruled thai pedestrians Too often do we hear remarks be- i iho streets at their own peril, lirtling the efforts of the Americans.! Soraa have heard press therr.selvei, seem to resent tho t jn to Lord Kolheriaere. fact thai lraelo Sam has joined In j fight agatuat Pruaslaalsm. Tnat f Rev John c- Carlile, of Folkestone, England, is 011 a Canada lo mighty poor engagement to for y.MAI.A. work in ally. Ercn zdmlttfoe that the Am- France ami Ktiglsud. Orleans boist of what they are goins I io do ;o help win this war. Is it noil Ktlrhewer, brother ot Iho tote more likely that their boastfulness is earnest- in Ume. the result of their deadly ness to get into the fray than any to belittle the efforts ol the Allies? Canadians should not allow past to sway them. Let them remember that the people' of ths United, States admit iheir proudest boast would be that they could say at the end of ihe war that they have done as well as the Cana- dians, and tho British and the French have done. r o o ae 1 British leader, has arrived in Xevr York en route for .Jamaica, lie is 7] years oi age. Cnplain "William -McNelll. rbroino- dora captain oi the Donaldson Line; recently at hSs 290 Paisley road west, Glasgow, Mrs. Mary Mann, an inmate of the Old Women's Home, Glasgow, who died recently, celebrated her HJOtli birthilny nearly n year ago. Following a trail of blood, Brooklyn Tho cultivation of uieJicinal plants is Increasing rapidly iu tlie Slates, Owen, has fold hU 100-acre Day- er farm near Sarnta to 1 huaia-i Blokes for Three thousand free teen .veil to Moose Jaw by the local llo- lary Club. A strodt car strike at London, Ont- has been avoided by the i-artk'5 agree- Ins to arbitration A Sarula young lady was fined and costs tor seeding an auto on tho front street, George liJeiEtein, Collector of Cus- toms ior Uuifalo district, lias died at the asc of fifty-seven years. New State's ice controller bus fixeflya maximum price it 50c per hundred pounds. The iota! sale of war savings cer- tificates to ilnto in lhe mmsh of Mort- lake amounts to Henry T. Maciiin, ot Sherliroofco, Quf., (or many years Uojnity I'rovin- t-lil Secretary ot Quebec, died at tho ago of SS years. Tho display and. sale of articles by Geriuau prisoners is resent- (From Our OwA Raymond. May vtry peculiar and aliupit seriously fatal case of i poisoning occurred hi the family of Uames S. lleggie. The aoctor says that x-ere no medical help at hand that, surely three would Lava died. U acted like ptomaine poisoning but since no canned stuff was used at (lie meal It became a mystery. It was remembered, however, that some ham and dee that were used at din- ner tad beou carried in macfetoaw coal on top of a load of wheat which had been prepared with for- malin for planting. of tha members 'of the family wero entirely helpless when the doc- tor arrived. Tho town council Is promoting tlie biy celebration for tho soldiers which Is to be held at tho Opera House Saturday night. Everyone, Is lavttod aijd it will bo free to all. The returned veterans, as well as all the boys who are called in this In Hands of O.t'.n. lainment For Going Overseas (From O-jr Own Corresixm Magratb. May Tue regular monthly meeting of Ihe town council was belj ou Wednesday evenlug Ic the town hall. were Mayor Ueunlug, Councillors Wood. Hodges and Fanner anS1 Secretary- Treasurer A. Q. Rich. A letter from Ellison Milling Company re opening or extending 1ft street for new depot site was read. Mayor Ucantng explained the outcome of Ms interview with the C.l'.K. officials, showing the C.P.R. as unfavorable to locating deiwt on 1st street' west. The mailer will now bo left with Iho C.P.H. ilr. Crane. was present in tho interest of the Craue-CaKsEdy electric plant. Tho matter of the 'town purchasing eaid plant was discussed anri decided are urgently requested to be pres- ent. A, program will bo rendered In vicinity, njre tho special guests and connection with dancing. that the Firo. Ught and Uceusa Couimittee Investigate ajfU to Iho Council the .to the. operation of.pljut a.n4 .pro, cedure- re chanelug rites and charges. i toaflng oy'-l-aw. The new by-law re loadnx 'In res- taurants, etc., received its 3rd read- ing uhd passed. Farewell EhterUlnrnent. The mailer of an entertainment, or farewell parly for men leav- ing shortly to Join the colors was the. iieit business iu order. Mayor explained tliat a luncheon nnil party litd been arranged for Satur- day evening and suggested the town present the boys with snd furnish necessary tor the affair, Carried. Tdwu loU on' bhck 39 v.HI be planted to oils. -The ttwu will advertise auction ftaifl of several IOWD lots lo the near luluro. The nmtter ot organlelng- a baud was. discussed; Pet- erson aad HarKer apfpfated tit work with the Women's in getting up an entertainment and sub- scriptions to aud Ihe loivu EupporMt. Councillor Hodges.' was appointed lo oversee of road and water master. 'Adjollrneri, The guesls of the SoWers' Lun- cheon are. requested :to be at the meeting prompllj: at the lime Don't forget on time, C u.ih. 'The tvlll commence promptly at 9 o'clock, Tho public. ,aro Invitei'to 'J'; life pro. gram. A od at Montclair connection with lied Cross Caught in a blizzard on the state highway, au autotaobllt- tourlit, HOB MeMuHio, was Troien to death nenr Wootlon, Coluraflo. Mrs. -Rose Pastor Stokes pleaded not guilty at Kansas City to a charga That is (ne of tlie slogans for the j doesn't reuuire eren a hint oi dip-1lvncn a was Inuached. fifty-one police arresteti a mdn after he had of violating the Esplona'go Act. She attartwl and -around'eij a sailor In tho gave a bond of I IU. S. navy. j _ President Wilson hns decided to j A world's record for wooden: ship! shun iocai nnu win endorse! in the Commissioner Armstrong, in charge of the operation of coal mines iu this district, has a cure for strikes that j construction is recorded at Portland', i Democratic candidates only cYmida-wide campaign for fynds foi j Jomtcr to execute. His methods are 1 dny3 after Uie I; V. M. CJ A. war work next iveek. marrenoua as they area fearful, The -slogan contains truth. The "T" at the i world, of front does carry a little bit of home to the boys. Tno millions of letters written by the boys orer there on Jted Triangle ts proof of the fact As CapU Bob Pearson put It Jn his aadresa here, the fur'njshing 'of tha paper Is a small part of the work. Furnishing a hnt ln--which to "Some time, ago The Herald 'asked the city commissioners- for a on the condition of the report e dis- posal plant. It was a' respectful re- quest, made sfter hearlrta "several rumors that all ivas not well at the plant, which cost tie ratepayers 51M.OOO only, sir years ago. The Herald is sure the. ratepayers would a ufce to know all about it through the fteiy harder it is a comfort medium, of an oKLcial report to the the boy 3'appreciate] and hia'ba'use.of t council. Is-'i'nrntahfd, NA; liimpajgnJeTer are, pouring In Le ar.er. meant ra ore' t? tto I tG 0 E f ,5 a rff las---- ibat pract: -jys.fisaUng at the. front" tba'n. nest hard-working youtig. farmers be not .campalsn wfll" mean in .the. way of .liltle comforts and amuse'meils to help take In'eir minds' oft their grim work during rest per- iods.; On what Caaada fides next week will depend to a greater de- grea than we imagine the morale 'of the'bpTa, will help carry'them ib Victory. THE AMERICAN PEOPLE AND IRELAND.. Ainerica1 las always taken a -most sympathetic interest ,ln Trejand'a pcoblems. American sympathy hag, on the whole, been with Ireland aad against' England iji the fight for Home Rule. It Is therefore o! par- 'ilcular interest al this time to read -following opinion on the Irish [trials us it appeared In the Pdila- Ledger: !s M doubt that the vast ot the American people be- jlleve that Ireland should have self- .SOTernment, and would feel a gen- jCine glow of friendly approbation to- the- British parliament. If at [list U established an Irish legisla- .ture In College Green. This feeling 'is by no means confined to the men jf Irish llr'.h or origin. H Is an al- toost universal precipitation of our itrong national conviction that "con- jent.of the governed' Is the only true basis ot government, and that local faken off' it would fStear .the to 'sotne relief; A-- clear-cut de- .this, question between- the food production -and'.niilitia depart- mentfi is; neededr men' are absdlutely. necessary at 'the front. do is to 'utillzo. Canada's man- power so that the, irieri :rnay be supplied with- out crippling fpoij production. We believe Jt 'can .be done, buV it will take the .best 'brains al Ottawa to find the solution.- Says the Edmonton Bulletin: Miriers. in- Nova Scotia culiiaries lave gone on strike, and the output of the province thereby cot down 2000'tons per day. Iafford, Sask., three deadf bodies were fouinl In the snow. Three: were seriously frozen and one yoang' girl IB missing. The tragedy occurred during a blizzard. Hoprcaenlt'd by counaol, the Jitney League of Vancouver and the' Blue Funnel Motor Line appeared before the select private bills and put up-a tvard the granting of prohibitory powers to'the I city of Vancouver. V- Trapped by flames" which.' lirote out! in tbo school room bcneMh her arartments, Miss Wrffj'ht Mejfyjdlulf mlFsion teacher at KilAuegla.'near Grossing, narrowly escaped :scuod wl'.h j .iidreh ernment as by the _ all got out. hr-aris at the Toronto rity hall InRtructccl bylli'ft bpiirtf conlrt'l to on thft nijmbcr of' TUliirncrt srildiors in tliclr employ bad not been ncsrcr to_the front (nan KngTnhcl. The Intention {0' glvfi from Iho firing1 fine .-the prefer-; Ifuclrfc lilSt Hon. Ilodolnhc I.emleux dorlarnr] that the- Mackenzie and Mann Inter- '3 ahoulrt not allowed io ?crtirft lions of dollsrs for stock wlijfh) i worthies, while ft, I 'r ...______ into Hie hands of a receiver so dial i ron-hi-rider nf fit LMrt, They arc figMlns herolMlIy. nrovlocfal governments thai nvnlyaolil Di.-hnr-i fi'nf I>