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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 4, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta tfcttHA W THE LETHUntTHJE HERAtO MAY ttAILV AND WIIKLV Proptlitor Lit HIRI INO 60M tlrt IRIDOt HKRALD PRINT LIMITIP tlrtM Uthbrldo Wi PmUrat Mantling Director Buslnen Manager 1253 MltttlAl K tubterlptlon RatMi per year by par yew by per year by per year to I Oatet of expiry ot ao ptar dally on addreii Accept of papers expiration date ti Mr authority to continue the sub THE PROGRESS OF THE having failed in the big drive on the western failed in her last is now reverting to her old game ot commencing a peace of Neutral believed to represent are reaching England to convey the German mes sage of this peace Need less to Germany will gain no ear In allied countries for her peace There is no change on the western that enemy artillery is be coming Increasingly active at certain TAKING HOME TO THE be the decisive factor o tho The sentiment expressed above is the sentiment expressed throughout the allied armies that Is the cause ot the splendid morale of the allied sol dlers In the face ot the fiercest on Of the one reason for the fact that the and the British are still stout of heart Is the fact that the United States Is rushing troops to heir old to turn tho fxt us not lone flight Of that Well do know even if Undo Sam were still the the French and the Italians would fight But the tramp of the Sammies as they land on French soil sends a thrill through tho hardpressed sol diers in the trenches who are now holding back the German and helps them fight with redoubled PICKED PASSING UP The McCrodie flax mill at Marya WRS destroyed by Alfred of the Canadian Wpstinghouso died In Ham The army and navy age limit of western Canada are plan Ing to form a Jinny owners of land In Niagara nro falling In with the community garden Fred the German tnayor of Michigan was arrested in Washington ns nn enemy Magistrate of New It Is for us to remember I hns ruled that pedestrians Too Often do we hear remarks bei cross tho streets at their own littling the efforts of the j n Some Canadians we have heard ex of pfporceg press seem to resent tho j jn succession to Lord fact that Uncle Sam has joined in j the fight against That RevJolln of is mighty pbor encojjragement to nn i Even admitting that the Ami ericans boast of what they are going I to do to help wla this is it not Farl brother of tho late British has arrived In New York en route for lie is 71 years of more likely that their boastfulness is the result of their deadly earnest ness to get into the ray in than any desire to belittle the efforts of tho Allies Canadians should not allow past to sway Let them remember that the people of the States admit their proudest boast would be that they could say at the end of the war that they have done as well as the Cana and the British and the French have take Till the boys come home to the is one of the slogans for the j Canadawide compaign for funds for war work next The slogan contains a world The T at yie front does j carry a little bit of home to the The millions of letters written by the Canadian boys over there on Red Triangle paper Is proof of the As Bob Pearson put It In his address the furnishing of the paper is a small part of the Furnishing a hut Inwhich to write a table chair is infin itely harder taskrimt It Is a comfort the boyV appreciate and make use of pjiee ijti i 3iiunjaign lever launched LethbHage ever meant more to the fighting at the front than next weeks will mean in way of little comforts and amusements to help take minds pff their grim work during rest per On what Canada does next week will depend to a greater de grea than we Imagine the morale of which will help carrythem to Commissioner in charge of the operation of conl mines in this has a cure for strikes that doesnt renuire even a hint of dip lomacy to His methods are as marvellous as they Some time ago The Heraldasked the city commissionersfor a report on the condition of the sewage dis posal It was a respectful re made after hearing several rumors that all was not well at the which cost the ratepayers Captain William commo dore captain of the Donaldson died recently at his 2DO Paisley road Mary an inmate of the Old Womens who died celebrated her 100th birthday nearly a year Following n trail of Brooklyn police arrested a man after he had attacked and wounded a sailor In the A worlds record for wooden ship construction is recorded at when a vessel was fiftyone dayg after the keel was Nebraska now leads the warsav and has subscribed one The cultivation of medicinal plants Is Increasing rapidly in the Owen has sold his 100acro Dov er farm near Sarnla tbThomas Stokes for Three thousand free trees have been given to Moose Jaw by the local Ro tary A street car strike at has been avoided by the parties agree ing tor A Sarula young lady was fined and costs for speeding an auto on the front George Collector of Cus toms for Buffalo has died at the ago of fiftyseven Now York States ice controller has fixoHya maximum price ot 50c per hundred The total sale ot wmsavings cer tificates to date in the parish of Mort lake amounts to Henry of for many years Deputy Provin cial Secretary of died at the ago of 85 Tho display sale of articles made by German prisoners Is resent ed at Montclair connection with Ked Cross t Caught in a blizzard on the state an automobile Roe was frozen to death near Rose Pastor Stokes pleaded not guilty at Kansas City to a charge of violating the Espionage She gave a bond of President Wilson has decided to shun local and will endorse i Democratic candidates only in the most exceptional The military registration of all women may be provided for In a new j draft now in the Presidents tenth of the or per f hands for Ferdinand expert in wireless telegraph and has passed away in New aged sixtyeight Absolute prohibition of the manufac only six years The f ture or distribution of liquor during Herald is sure the ratepayers would i B war was proposed in a bill Intro like to know all about it through the cfuced by Representative Barkley of The order abolishing all off the i line offices will throw nearly one thousand railway traffic agents out of employment in New Fireman James Leslie of was presented with a gold locket as a token of appreciation for i saving Baby Ellicock from a fire at the home of Arthur THE AMERICAN PEOPLE AND America has always taken a most sympathetic interest Irelands American sympathy on the been with Ireland and against England iii the fight for Home It is therefore of par tloular interest al this time to read j the opinion on the Irish CTinis as it appeared In the Phila Ledger I There is no doubt that the vast aajority of the American people be jjieve that Ireland should have self and would feel a gen uine glow of friendly approbation to rward the British parliament if at flsst it established an Irish legisla ture in College This feeling by no means confined to the men f Iriih birth or It is an al most universal precipitation of our ftrong national conviction that con the governed is the only true basis of and that local the sovereign of local having said it is vitally necessary at this time that American public opin ion should have the courage and Clarity of vision to assure Lloyd his cabinet and his parlia ment that it stands squarely behind him and them in the firm belief that there is no conceivable adequate excuse for any people who profess tff love liberty and fight oppression to stand aside lu indiference when tba united democracies of the world ire in the death grip of a still un battle with the only despot ism on earth which is possibly strong enough today to trample our free jpm among We are all as never before for the sood government of the for the by the people shall not perish from the and It S nothing but the plain truth that we Americans will never understand the conduct of any nation which per PUmenUy Withholds its hand from this etruggle simply because its de mand for a lesser local government of Us own by Its own for UB own is delayed apparently WHAT AMERICAN HELP We hayeit now from thn military ejpert in the Berlin Vossigche that German nerves are while on the Other hand we see that he French and British uro still stout Tliey are fighting fhricearmed with the conviction In heart and every al jled mind their cause is 404 thut luei uiay well mm out to medium of an official report to the i Dutch steamship Princess j it as has been So many protests are pouring In to Ottawa that jiardworklng young farmers ho not taten off the that it would the threeyearold son of Herbert was j The young lad was playing turned jjver to the Canadian Pacific jjn the backyard in some way re to be operated in the tfansAmoved the covering BIT the Pacific The merchants of Eagle have decided their appear wise for the to j clerks the Wednesday halfholiday provide flome Aclearcut de cision this question food production andHiilitia depart ments Is know men are during Uie months of August and The military hospltalln Moose Jaw be increased by 150 beds used absolutely necessary at the I by the Canadian Arniy hfff the Government must do is jas a classVB to utilize Canadas power so that the mem may be supplied with Corps out crippling We believe it can be butit will take the brains at Ottawa to find the the Edmonton Bulletin rMiners in Nova Scotia coJlialries have gone on and the output of the province thereby cut down 2000tons per The Winnipeg Free Press might note that mlnera Inspector Ross ofElgin county has announced that all hotels in Thomas have taken standard licenses under the new liquor license act and will continue in Preliminary steps toward monopoliz if the retail of milk in Vancouver were taken at tho annual meeting of the shareholders of the Fraser Valley Milk Producers As Permission has been given bjr the Ontario railway and municipal board for Windsor to issue In deben Ralph Smithsbill to provide a minimum wage for women was fav orably received by the Legisla The death took place at 23 Moray of James Edward I for many years Registrar of Estate Duties for Fourteen new amusement capitalized at well over half a have been incorporated in New York State tn the past Retaining of a to take up ot alleged Impositions that are practised upon the wives of daily by and agents is advocated by the Army and Navy Vet Association at sometimes go on strike elsewhere j tures or the purchase of 5001 tons of than in Is It proposed to thlmblerlg the transportation charges hard which will be used as a reserve pile next so as to cut Nova Scotia coal oil The bill amending religious cor from the Montreal market because porations so that certain details miners in that province sometimes j of organization and government of go on strike Or because some of Christian Science church are ade them may be alien through Provided has teen signed b by Governor Whitman of New the failure of the government to re quire them Co take out naturaliza tion papers Free Press seenos to be get ting it on all sides over the land it has taken on Alberta coal for the DISCUSS STOCK IN By a vote of eight to two the Vic after the time extension recommendation on local improvement pledged itself to a tax tmle of properties delinquent in both 1913 and Frank for the past four years pastor of the Wai street Methodist Nanai has accepted an invitation to come pastor of the Methodist church at Vernon next mKMXff FYom Our Owrt Correspondent May very peculiar ana almost seriously fatal case of poisoning occurred In the family of James The doctor says that were no medical help at hand that surely three would have tt acted like ptomaine poisoning but since no canned stuff was used at the meal It became a It was that some ham and clce that were used at din nerhad been carried in a macklnaw on top of load of wheat which had been prepared with for malin for Two of the members of the family were entirely helpless when the doc tor The town council Is promoting the big celebration for the soldiers which IS to be held at the Opera House Saturday Everyone Is Invited and It will be free to The returned as well as all the boys who are called in this arc the special guests and In Hhnds of talttrtient For Boys doing Otcneaa From Vir Own May regular monthly meeting of he town council was held on Wednesday evening In the town There were present Mayor Councillors Hodges and Fanner Secretary Treasurer A letter from Ellison Milling Company re opening or extending strmt west for new depot site was Mayor Kenning explained the outcome of his Interview with the showing the as unfavorable to locating1 depot on 1st streetf The matter will now be left with tho present in the Interest of the CraneCassldy electric The matter of the town purchasing plant was discussed and decided are urgently requested to be pres A program will be rendered in connection with Light that the Committee the GomieM c the oparttlon endure re changing jwrtiilnlng t tites the bMttt IMtlolf res IU md ing Wid The matter of M or farewell party or Magrath leav ing shortly to join cOloM was tho next business In Mayor nlng explained that ft luncheon and party had keen arranged for Satur day evening and the town present the boys with Bulge and furnish necessary for the Town Onblock 99 will be planted to The town will advertise aifetloit several town lots in the near The matter of town erson and Myrff BnfMptad work with the Womens In getting up an Ud sub scriptions to ami the town i Councillor Hodges WM tppolnteit to oversee the raid and water lAdJMrnaiV The guests of the Lun cheon are urgently to be at the meeting Jhotttf prtttptly at the time appointed Doift torjet be on 6 urogrim will commence promptly at The public are InvitwBto IttefijliMte pro j PRESBYTERIAN I Knox Church Corner 4th and 8th Pastor Acting Regular cervices at 11 and Kellock is to conduct the morning and evening 10 Big Sisters Bible Big Bible Other Department of Sun daySchool 4 Chinese METHODIST Wesley Church Residence 320 llth Phonet Parsonage Church Study 408 Claude Mutloal Director Services at 11 and 12 noon Bible School and Bible THtfrUNJtJSI CHtJRCir OF KpRTHiliETHBRIDGE Pastor 1271 5th Hi Phone 1659 10 JuniorClass i 10 of the Sunday 11 Christ the Great High Beginners and Primary of the School in the v Girls of the Sunday School the Adults of the Sunday School In the The pastor will speak on the subject of ANGLICAN Cyprians Church lltn and Canon Rector Sunday School cn4 Bible 3 E YEN 3O Holy sfBdSM days 8nd Sundays at 11 Si PENTECOSTAL PENTECOSTAL ASSEMBLY next Pattor 357 19th Pastor will speak in the Evangelist Scott in the Everybody Welcome ASSOCIATED BIBLE STUDENTS Room Stafford Block Bible on the Book of 8 Bible Study on The Atonement Between God and followed by ptfayer testi mony Seats No CHRI3TADELPmAN8 Meet In tljU Meeae 9th and 2nd Avenue South WedriesdayB S Bible Sundays at 10 to commemorate the Lords at to proolaim Oie glad tidings of the Kingdom of All Scati Fret and In 11 3 and Sunday 2 8 CorpCadetei 2 8 Life Saving Scouts and Guards The Band in Sunday and Thursday Everybody Welcome BAPTBf Pint Baptlai Church Srtl and tth Patter Services at 11 aid Sunday Schoal at 181 Prayer 7 All Ars Welcome CHRISTIAN SCIENCE CHRISTIAN 7th Street Sunday Service 11 Everlasting Burtdoy tho mornlSg Wednesday Testimony meet Ins at 8 The reading rooat is open ex eept Sundays and lanl from 3 to 5 author ized Christian Science Itteffttvre may be borrowed Tho public is to at tend the church also tp visit the reading ChrutiftR 3rd and Oliver Mator 612 Seventh ttrtet Sunday School at ara Ing for 75 in tha Bible Eau one counts The Pagans will aavf charge it the meetipgH both and NORTH LETHtRIDM Late 5th It t1 Church Speaker ISi IBtn 11 Tht LeyallntM of Chrltt In Song of Song 3 to 4 Sunday Qed aM Hla Lovf ible With Day Everybody May a preliminary to the resumption of the budget debate today in the there was a diacuBslon of MacLeans resolution giving the government authority to negotiate renewals or to otherwise deal with the obligations of the Canadian Northern Railway Sys teu which will mature this The resolution was productive of some although the minister ex pltilned that the legislation would not increase the obligation of tliii gov ernment as fxed by the legislation o last Rodoluhe Lemieux declared that the Mackenzie and Mann inter ests should not be allowed to SGCUIB millions of dollars for stock which was while RUharc son expressed the view that ii have been better to let the road jiass into the hands of a receiver BO ilia provincial governments tliat gavi such guarantees would boar a share of the The lint of liabilities read to the bv the minister u lone Because of the exemption from pay ment of business tax by breweries and the town of Walkerville will be hard hit this and a jump in the tax rate of five or six mills seems inevitable Following a dance held in a Ruth enian school house about five miles south of three dead j bodies were found In the were seriously frozen and one young girl is The tragedy occurred during a Represented by tho Jitney League of Vancouver an4 Blue Funnel Motor Line appeared before the select private bills Comnilttee and put up a hard fight tb the granting of prohibitory powers tothe city of Trapped by flames which broke out in the school room beneath her ijving Miss Melodist t mission teacher at near 1 Hkeona narrowly escaped with her being rescued with great The all KOI Department huarta at the Toronto city hall werw instructed by the board of control to report on thenumber of returned soldiers in their employ who had not bcpn nearer to tlis front than The intention is tp give men from tho line the prefer ence civic BUILDING MATERIAL FACE MANTLE COMMON HOLLOW FIRE PLASTER MORTAR STRUCTURAL PREPARED BUILDING FIREPLACES AND SEWER WALL BOARD BEAVER WE MAKE A SPECIALTY OF STRAIGHT AND MIXED CARLOAD PROMPT PHONE OR WRITE US FOR V WE CAftRY A FULL LINE OF COAL MINING AGRICULTURAL MUNICIPAL 1245 Second from i ymin weeks of his retire wrvwe of uminunder of Uie steam William vfturan of undu liiat voy ilu to hwart eUFPLIEg AND EQUIPMENT PIHMW755 ALBERTA ;