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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 4, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOUR THE LETIinmDGE DAILY. HERALD SATURDAY, MAY ttb: Deralb Hlberta DAILY AND WEEKLY Proprietors ani Publlsnsni THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD PRINT INQ COMPANY. LIMITEP 123 6th Strsol South, Lcthbrldgo W. A. Buchanan President ajid'Hasagins Director John Toriance Businfces Manager TELEPHONES Builneai Office OUico Subscription Ritin Dally, delivered, sreek Dally, delivered. year Dtily. Bjall, T'" .10 eeSijr, by mail. per year J1.50 by mail, per year to U.S.. Dates of eiplry ot subscriptions ep- (car dally on address" label Accept lice of papers r.flo. expiration date iJ our authority to continue tie sub Kcripllon. THE PROGRESS OF THE WAR. Germany, having failed in the big drive on the western front, failed in her lasrihroTi', Is now reverting to he old game of commencing a pc-aco of Tensive, -Neutral emissaries, heliavet to represent Germany, are reachin England to convey the German mes sage of; this, peace offensive. Need less to s'ayv Germany will gain no ca in allied countries for her peace lalfc. There is no change on the wester front, save, that enemy artillery is b eomins increasingly active at certai be (ho dccUlve factor ot war. says The Spokesman. Hevlew. above is is expressed, throughout le allied armies (hat is of be morale of the allied sol- ;ers iu the face ot tbe fiercest OE- laughts of the Huns. AnJ. one reason lor (act tfaalj The A L at St. the Kreccb, aaJ the British are si III Mary'a was by lire. tout of heart" is the fact lhai thei .'uhed Stales 1, rushing movement Ihe lown support-it. Couuclllor Intoluted lo oversee of roid and water master. '.Adjourned, Tho guesls of the Soldkrt' Lun- cheon ore urgently' reilaested. to be are urgently-' requested to be pres ent. A .program will bo rendered In vicinity, are the special guests and connection with dancing. at Ihu meeting promptly at the lime appointed.-. Don't 'lc on time, 0 p.ifi.-Thojnrosrsm will couimonce promptly o'cToclc. The public >are attend' life pro- gram. ''T Old Women's Home, Glasgow, rrfco ;McMu.IiD, was Irozen to death nenr diet! recently, her 1UQU. I Wootton, Colorado. birihilay nearly a year ago. j Mrs. -Rose Pastor Stomps yleadeil] Following n trail of Brooklyn not guilty at Kausas City to a charge police arrested n after he had of violating tho Espionage Act. attached and wounded a In tho a bond of She j Commlsskjner Armstrong, in charge j tato j of the operation of coal mines iu thisj tJtsirlct, has z cure for striaes that j U. S. navy. President Wilson tins decided to A world's record for wooden ship [shun local and will endorse construction is recorded at Portland, j Democratic candidates only in tlie That is DEE of the slogans for the doesn't require even a hint of dip- danada-Trldo campaign for funds for j lomtcy to execute. liis methods are Y. M. C.' A. war irork next j-as marvelous aa they are. Tho .slogan contains a world, of when a vessel was launche ays after the keel Avas I truth, 'The "Y" at front .does Wiry a little bit of home to the boys. Tho millions of letters written by the Canadian boys over there on JU3 Triangle paper Is ol the fact As Capt Bob Pearson put it In bis k'dclresa here, th a furnishing oi the paper is a small part of the work, Famishing a hat iii-_ which to Trrite M. a table .a chair "JS'.an.infln- 'Some time, ago The Herald 'asked the fcity commlsjionera for a report on the conditio'n of .ihe sewage dis- posal plant. It was a' respectful re- quest, made altar hearlne "several rumors that ail "was not well at the plant, which cost the ratepayers only six .years ago. Tha Herald is sure the ratepayers would like to know all about It through the per z States, and has subscribed enth of the totaX or aptta. Xew York is second. v Dr. Fenlinand Sratin, expert in wireless telegraph aiid "electricity, ias passed away York, -aged iisiy-eight years. _ Absolutt prohibition of the manufac- ure or distribution of liquor 'during Ueiy harder task, but it is a comtprl.' medium ,ot an official report to Ihe the biaka'use. of f council. 'erer meant more to tie at the, front-than, aieii .canipaisn will mean in way of -little comforts and ,amusements to help take th'elr minds pH their 'grim work during feat per- On what does nest week will depend to a greater de- jree than iKSsJce Uie morale Vjf 'Sic'boys; which will help carry' them to Victory. to Ottawa thai praclical, youue farmers he nol tapen oft It would appear plse'for Ihe ;Gbyernmenl lo provide some reHef; A' clear-cul de- Ihls.queslion.: between- tie food production. -and'-iriiHlia depart ments men arc iabsolulely nec'essarr at "the front liie -GbvernmcEt mast do is THE AMERICAN AND IRELAND. i America' has always laken a most interest ,in Troblema. American sympathy tiag, on the whole, been ivllh Ireland and f-gzlnsi England la the fight .for Home Rule, It Is therefore of p'ar- 'ttoular interest al Ibis lime lo read -foHowing opinion on Ihe Irish 'irlsis 153 It appeared In the Fuila- Ldelphla Ledger: There is no doubt that Ihe vaal jinajprlly ot tho American people be IJfeVe.that Ireland should have self and would feel a gen juiue glow of friendly approbation .vard the-UrlUsh parliament- if flast It eataoMshed an Irish legisla lure fin College Green. This feeling hy no means confined to the raei of Irish birth or origin. U Is an al most universal precipitation of ftlrong national conviction that "con item.of the governed' is the only true basis ot 'government, and that loca tho sovereign of local grievance. Bui, havin 'Said that, it ia vitally necessary a this lime that American public opin Ion shonld have the courage Oeorce, cabinet and bis parlia .rcent' that it stands squarely behln -'i -him and them' ID the (irm belie that there Is no conceivable adeqnal CICU3U for any people who profea iff fpve llberly and fight oppresslo 't6 sland aside in indiferenre Ine uniled democracies of Ihe worl _ are In the death grip ot a still 'decided ba'.lle wllh'the only dcsi... Ism qn earlh which is possibly stron enough to-day lo trample our fre 4pm. among mankind. are a fjghtinB as never before lor the goo American gospel, "government of t! iyopte, for Uie people, by the peop shall not perish from Ihe an it Is nothing but the plain truth th we-Americans never understai jhe conduct of any nation which pe rpahenlly wltnholds its hand fro this struggle simply- because Us mand for a lesser Socai governme of its o.wn jteopie, by Its paop (Is own psople. la delayed even appircnlly denied. Says tbe Edmonton Bulletin: 'ilera in: Nova. -Scotia cailiu avo gone on strike, and tbe oulpu the province thereby cut down 100'tons per day. ;The Press might note that miners imetiraes; go on strike clscwbero than In. Alberta. Is It proposed to thimbte-rig the transportation charges o as to cut Nova Scotia coal off ram the Jlontreal market because .WHAT AMERICAN HELP MEANS, We now from the mllita expert In.-the BerJin Voasiacbc (hat German nerves r are breakln .trhilc on Ihe otlinr band we se the ai'l Hrjffn'i stfil 'of heart, They are fighting heroically, provincial govcrnmenis 'nlllize 'Canada's man- power at be Enpplied wllh I crippling: fpoij production. We lieve Jt can done', .cuV U wil ke thejbest 'brains at Ottawa to nd the solution: d t if ty- Nebraska now leads the wnr-sav- most exceptional cases. The inlHiary registration of all women may be provided for in a new one-j draft proposal, now in the President's the Ju hands [or conalderatiou. The order abolishing all "off the line" offices will throw nearly one IhousanS railway tratfic agents out of employment in New York. Fireman James Leslie White, ol Toronto, was prese n le 3 with a gold locket as-a tofcen of-h'pprecialion for .0 war ifas proposed In a bill Baby Elllcock from a fire at Kentucky, Gordon, the three-year-old son ot Dutch steamship Princess -luliana, Herbert Oerton, Woodstock, wa: tons, II 'is understood; has been j drowned. The young lad was playing "inM.over to Ihe Canadian Pacific., in the backyard ,nnd Jn some way re- to' bs operated 'in the :trans-ymoved (lib 'cohering.'on-the well. Pacific trade. The merchants of Eafle Piacc, Branttord, have decided to.grant their clerks Ibs Wednesday: half-holiday during the months of Mrs. Ralph Smith's 'bill to provide a minimum wage for .women was fay. orahly received-by the B, C. Leglsla. lure. August and The de.-.lb took plaiie at S3 Moray 7 Place, Edinburgh, of James'Edwan The mllilary Moose Jaw for many year's -Tlegislrar c rill1 be increased by'150. beds used Instate Duties for Scotland, hy the Canadian Army' JItdlcil'Cqrps as a '-'_' Inspeclor Ross ofrElgin counly has announced lhat all hocela- In' St. Thomas have taken standard licenses under the new liquor license act and will continue in business. Preliminary steps toward mon'oppliz- !ng. I! possible, the retail dejlv'ery. of milk in Vancouver taken annual niceting of the shareholders of the Fraser Valley Milk Producers'- As- sociation, Vancouver; _______ U ____ Permission has Leen given the Ontario railway and municipal board for Windsor to issue in deben- tures for the purchase of 5000 tons of hard coal, which will bo used- as a reserve pile nest' winter. The hill amcr.ding the, religious cor- porations law. so lhat certain details Fourteen new amusement corpora tions, capitalized at well over hal million, haTe been incorporated-in Xew York Slate In the past week. Retaining of a lawyer to lake UL the-'inatter of alleged iniposiliois are practised upon the'wives of ,sol( iers, daily by agents i advocated by the Army and Navy Ve erans' Association at Winnipeg, By a vole ot'eight to two the Vi( toria-cnuncil, afler arlopting-the tim extension recommendation on loca I improvement'charges, pledgcrt Itse to a tas pale of properties dellntiuen In both 1313 ami 1914. Rev. Frank Hardy, M.A., B.D., fo the past four years pastor of the lao.e street Methodist ;church, Nana accepted an invitation to b of the Methodist ehurc iners In that province sometimes i of organization and government of it Vflinon next June. o on strike? Or because some ol i Chrjstian Science, chorch are: ade- may be alien eneinles, through le failure of the governmenl lo re- uire them lo 'lake but' naturallza- Because of the exemption from'pay meTif of hualnnfls tai hy breweries and distiiieries, the town ot Walkervjlle PRESBYTERIAN .1 Knox Church Corner 4lh Avo. and 8th .Street S- Rev. Capt. A; H. Dcnoon, Pastor ReV.'W. F. Burnt, Acting Pallor, egular cervices at' 11 and 7.3t> p.m.; er.'Sf..-M. Kellbok-'.s to conduct the 00 Big-Brothers' liihle Class.' 2.15 p.m.: Other-Department .of Sun- METHODIST Wesley Churcl. Rev.'chas. E. Cragg, B. D, Pastor. Kesidcnca 320 lllh St 3. Phones: Parsonage -404', Church Study 403 Claude Hushes, Musical Director Services at 11 and 7.30. 12 noon: Bible School anil 'Bible Classes. Cor. 3rd Ave. anil fth St. S. Rev. C. Piitor Services at 11 a.m.- and 7.30 p.m. lunday School at 12 a.ni: 'rayer Meeting, 7 p.m., dpwnsliirs. All Are CHURCH' OF Hev. E. j.- B.A.. Pastor 271 Slh Ave. N! Phone 1659 0 Junior Class Meeting, i 0 a.m.: .Itoya'-. DepL .'of the Sunday .the hall. .1 a.nTST.opic: "Christ the Great High 2.00 Ueginners' arid Pri.raary Depls. of thd .Sunday School.in the hall. -V Olrls'.Ylept. of the'Sunday School..in .the .church. 3.15 p.m.: Adulls Hept. of the Sunda) School' In Ihe 'Church. 7.30'p.m.: Th'o paslor will speak on the subject of "Bapllsm." ANGLICAN St. Cyprian's Church Cor tlth Slreet and 8th Ave South Rev. Cinon W. V. Rector ro. Sunday School r.nd Btble Ctasies, 3pm p.m. Holy and 3rd Sun- day W apd 4th bundaya at 11 a'.tti. Sunday: at pm. PENTECOSTAL PENTECOSTAL ASSEMBLY S. O. E. Hall, next Y. M. C. A. Rev. C. M. Neve, Pastor Res. 357 16th St. N. Pastor will apeak in the morning. Evangelist H. Scott In the evening. Everybody Welcome CHRI3TADBLPHIAKS Ifet In Ihe Moose Hill Hlglnbo'him Entrance and 2n Avenuo South S p m Blhl" Class Sundays 10, am lo commemorate the Lords Death, and at 130 pm to proolairor the glad-IMings of the Kingdom of God Ail Seats Ffet rJo Collection BAPTIST First Baptist Cti CHRISTIAN SCIENCE CHRISTIAN Hull'Slock, yth'Strttt Sunday ibject "Everlasting mdaj Schoolt} isoovtnes tho morning Vly Wednesday' Kvs'nlni''TeitlinqDT Ing at 8-p.m. The reading roqiq Is.open ex- eept Sundays and'lej'al from 3 to 5 p.m. tulhor- Izsd Christian Science may be read, borrowed or 'iTio public to al- tend the 'alio IP visit tho reading ASSOCIATED BIBLE STUDENTS Room 12, Stafford Block Sunday, 7.30 p.m.: Blblo Study, on the Book of Itevelalion. Wednesday, S p.m.: Blblo Study on "The Atonement Between God and followed by and lestl- !on papVs! VThe Free Press seercs to be get- Ing ft on all sides over the stand It as taken on Alberta coal for the Vest. by Governor Whitman of New York. mooy meeting. Seats Free. No Collection. SALVATION ARMY Adj and Mrs In charge. Sunday, 11 a.m., 3 nnd 7.30 p.m. p.m. 8 rp.m. Tuesday1 7 pnj Corp Cadets Wednesday, .2 p.m., 8 p m.: Life Saving Scouts and Guards The .Citadel. Dana In attendances, Sunday and Thursday Services. Everybody Welcome Christian Cor. 3rd Ave, St. S. Oliver Li 612 Sevtnth .WMtl1 Sunday School at iu.COr We lo. Ing for 15 in the one cou The Faga meetings :ounts Fagans will baYe-charga ft tho ings both morrilnit and .evening. NORTH (Late 5th Speaker: John'Kae.'MriSth'gt. N- 11 a.m.: "The Christ in Song of Soloniop." 3 to t p.m.: 7.30 p.m.: God and Love Oompal- ible'WIth Preienl Evefybo'ily r Otlawa, May a preliminary lo the resumption of tho budget debate ,oday in the commons, there was a discussion of Hon. A. K. -MaeLean'-i resolution giving the governmenl aulhorily to negotlale renewals or to olhenviae deal with the obligations of the Canadian Northern Hallway Sys- tem which will inalnro (his year. The resoiullon was productive of some criticism, although the minister ex- plained that the.legislation would not Increase the obligations of tlie gov- ernment as fixed by the legislation o! last session. Hon. flodolphe declared will Le hard hit this year, and 'a lump in Ihs fax rate of five or sii pills Followlns a dance heM iij Fn enian school house about five south o'f Hafford, Sask., three dead bodies were found in the snow. Three were seriously frozen and one young girl Is missing. The tragedy occurred during a blizzard. Ilc-iircaenlp.il by counsol, the Jitney League of Vsncouver .anil tte> Illne Funnel Motor Line appeared .before the selecl- prlvale bills cornmlllc? and! put up ;a 'hard fight' to n'roTo'nt' Iho'i granting of prohibitory powers Ip-lhe city of Vancouver. _ Trapped by flames' wbich' broke out In the school rcom henealh her living apartments, Miss Wright, Metljodlal c, f rt teacher at KitsuegTa. n.ear narrowly tacaped efn? rescued with The that Iho Mackenzie and Mann Inter- ests should not lie allowed lo secure roillfona of dollars for Block which was worthless, while II. son expressed '.he view lhat It I'wllh grcal difficulty. all got out. heads at the Toronto city hall iverc Inslrueled Ihe board of control to rerorl on Ihe number of relumed In tlielr whcr hail iiot nnarcr front than Kngland. The 'Intention Is lo give men from liio flrlns prefer-' tlirM of his rtllrc- Ih have been better lo lei the road pa-3 merit frprn iiic ?eryii'.e