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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 6, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta MAY 11I1S tilE umtfmffiGfc DAILY HRRALD PAGE SEVEN PLAHTHOTATALL Mnyot1 Hflvito thin morning gave the Hctfald the following verbal roport on the Condition of the sewage dispos al plant The filter bedu aro badly choked nmi the gravel and saw will have to ho taken out and One oi the beds la right out of The contra Walls In mich filter bed are falling down owing to the brick hav ing been too They are bolng eaten away by the acid in the The wftlla of the filter bods are crack Three thousand dollars are being put In the estimates this year for re pairs to the The sand and gni vnl will be New vitrified brick now on the way from Medi cine to rebuild the centre wells tha the walls of tho fil nro banlved and by repairs from lime Would outlast tho IKe of file debentures Issued to pay for the That Is the mayors answer to the ftiiany rumors about the state of the sewage disposal The report HliowR that the plant is in far from good condition ami that it has been dolns only imperfect work for some It Is understood that work on repairs will atari as soon as the vltri 1led brick arrives from Medicine Brave French Boy Scout Refus ed Information and Faces Firing Squad Will Make It Available For Bathing and Boating Again At this mornings meeting of the city council a resolution moved by Mayor Hardle was instructing the public that the water be turned Into Henderson hake Commissioner Grace udvlsed agalnBt It until It was learned what the weeds In the would do but Commissioner Freeman naid the Inko was no attraction as it utood and he thought that a supply of fresh wa ter would overcome tho nuisance and make the lake available for bath ing and boatlrtg again ttoife Mr Freeman wondered M tho people would stand for running the merry goround on Sundays and was em phatically told by the mayor that they would Arrangements are also being made to haiil GO loads of sand for the kiddles A letter from the local council of women asking for permission to hold a tag day during the latter end of the month was referred to tho Commissioner Freeman advised against the purchase of the bonts as the cost 6t repairing thorn would be deputy attorney wrote stating that he would be in bethbridge shortly when he would take up with the council the question df payment of a stenoghaph nr for the police In the moan time If none were available the ma gistrate would have to make his own Peoples Forum May General Sir Robert Baden addressing a centralmeeting of boy scouts at the Guild told work done by French boy scouts in the neighbor hood of the fighting A heroic deed by one French boy scout was described in a letter found on the body of a dead General read the which follows A traitor has just French lad belonging to one of those gymnastic societies which wear the tricolor The poor little fel low in his infatuation wished to be n A German column was passing along a wooded cUiflle and the boy was cauglit and asked whether the French were refused to give any Fifty yards fur ther opened cov er of the The prisoner was asked in French if ho had that the enemy was in the forest and lie did not deny He went with firm step to a tele graph post and stood up it with a groan vineyard behind him and received the volley of tho firing party with a proud smile on his In fatuated It was a pity to see such wasted ACREAGE LARGE If Season Good No Danger of Shortage of Supplies of i Spuds May Britains potato acreage ln 1918 will exceed that of 1917 by 26 per according to the food controllers compilationfrom preliminary A feature of the return is that every single country in Wales and shows an Increase over the 1917 Farming says tho controllers have made mag nificent response to the calls upon unlcss the season should prove abnormal and unfavorable for then is no risk of shortage of supplies during the coming ABOUT SUNDAY To tho Editor of the Dear Sir I would like to express on behalf their appreciation and gratitude to Miss OHaru for running the concert last night at Ore Empress especially when one realizes the difficulty 4n having to rearrange the programme within a few minutes of the doors A nice programme had been drawn up a week and we had great pro mises for an orchestra and two musi cal besides vocal then at the last minute along came Have to report at Calgary on Mon or Have got ulcerated so that on Sunday evening Miss O1 had to ask two VVhittaker at the piano and Alex ander with to oblige her by playing for and another friend who obliged was Sumner who sang End of a Perfect Day and an For all that the audience were pleas with the Miss OHaras sJeiidid singing being enthusiasti cally so much that had to sing five Simmers rendering of A Per fect Day was and for an en chore he sang and tho reading of the Goat that Never Was gave a little variation to the pro grammed should also bo thanked for floral Although there is nothing to apol ogise for I think It is only justico to Miss OHara to make this statement in M CALL OF THE Tho May bo fore tho Bavarian chamber on the food the food minister tmtd that permit the hope that the people would bo able to hold He said It might be imcessary to re duce tho bread but not before tho time that potatoes will be plenti A reduction In tho meat ration was ho out milk and fat rations would not be Tho food minister added that the Bavarian situation was fur butter than that In many other Fed eral Standing for Service at Taylor Milling Yards REGISTERED SHORT HORN BULL REGISTERED CLYDES DALE STALLION ROYALDESCENT Another large aiidience the Fagfns in song and sermon on Sunday Pagan pleased her hearers with the impressive I Want to Go Dont You The duet was touching and well Fagan preached on The Cell of the He1 took lor his lesson the story the woman brought to Christ who was caught In adultery and when Jesus wrote on the ground the accusers all loft as He must have wrote something of their at least their conscience told them that they were not Without Conscience is hard to yet it is the judge1 on tho throne of the and we possess many kinds of One kind was the weak and tho person who had a weak con science was like the veneering of the furniture and could not stand too much heat or would soon warp out of Another was the polluted conscience made so by persisting in evil habits such as until they had ceased to bo affected by the Hero he said the citizens and tha City as they are called in the were In this class for allow ing the evil known as the restricted district to remain in the of Loth Tho conscience is not always a safe but only when it is educated and knows the right and and then when the call of the conscience do not refuse or turn It is Tonight tho subject will IK Danc and tho speaker will apeak from experience and He will give reasons why you should not Tuesday night Christ Defora Special at both ser BILLION FOR CHfEF PRODUCTION May billion dol lar appropriation for a chiftf produc tion was asked of congress today by tfce war would add to tho appropriation uij ready madu und i H 0 AH 1C HOUR VERYTHING tnat we and and hope hangs upon the welfare of that human wall of the bravest of the over there for us at the flower of Canadas youth is in the midst f of danger Canadas future rests upon the shoulders of those us they are priceless J B T1 Red T Canada Intothat storm of shells you cannot The can and unto For men pene trate into the midst of danger and have given their lives to serve the soldiers i Out of the hell of Canadian soldiers are thankful to meet with the aid of the Be Generous Will you help the to meet them with the succor that mav a Fund Appeal tm V Vl r r f mean life or death to Canadian Help the never to fail them We ask it in the name of Canadas you join in the most heart ening message that the folks at home could possibly the message that we are behind them heart and with our till it hurts Theirs the sacrifice Yours the Boundless your debt to Will YOU Kelp generously YOU fl A Many Give their Can Give their Money Nationai Young Mens Christian Association Headquarters 120 Bay Toronto JOHN ROSS Montreal WARBURTON Toronto National Chairman of Red Triangle Fund National Director of Red Triangle Fund Lethbridge Campaign Committee Chairman Treasurer Secretary Cameron Wallace Freeman Dunlop Harry Campaign 8 ;