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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 7, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta ifciManaging Director IMtt MrtlliM Manager 1SB1 1214 KMMI per week per year by per year by per year by per year to ot expiry of subscriptions ap pear daUy on address Accept of papers expiratim date to authority to continue sub THE PROGRESS OP THE WAR There la practically no change in the situation Artillery activity Is reported in several The possibility of a revolt in Aus trla is growing stronger each The Socialists have issued a statement calling on workingmen to be prepared lor a APPALLING PACTS v DEMAND There are those who will say that Snow is reprehensible for publishing the fact that during the pact six months tbere have been more than 30 birtha out of wedlock In the dty of And Her aid will be blamed for reporting the 1 The old argomeot will be that the publicity will be bad advertising in the opinion of The Herald the fact that 15 per cent at brldges birthrate during the past sis is due to iltefimacy Is an afvalling tie only run edy to prevent a ooatlnuauoe of the situation is the wkKe light ot pub And while Snow clear In hie sermon that be was not havlig a atom at the neverthe less the facts brought put are eucfh as to give the commteshmer of police and safety pause as to whether or the that the recogni a segregated dJetrlct is tine prevention for tEis sort is not R to a bg question which is a live topic In Lethbridge just at and the subject shouldnot drop from any of mod Sngw man wip is not actuated by any ulterior mo tlve He can not be charged seeking cheap He hasbrought forcibly to v attention of the ques tion that should demand the imme diate attentionof every parent in A NEW LIOHT ON ICC This war U making us revise our Ideas about many One of them il Ice The Herald admits H had the wrong impression about ice oraam in war Some time ago we ea tbere was a short afe of and at the oonnunpuon of butter Is being the nat ural thing to do would be to cut out thei manufacture of ice cream alto The argument looked hut along came of the Canada Food to UM that awful he told us ice cream as it is made today to mostly and that It really is good way to use up the surplus milk that would otherwise go to And now we have the famous Hoover of the food administra tion telling us instead of eating legs ice we should be eating eating leae bread to counter This good news for kiddles and grownups alike Is contained in following editorial in the Sunday gpokeaman Review A thriving war industry is the evo lution of arguments by the prosecu of all the thousand and one in dustries to the effect that each of these industries is indispensable to the successful conduct of the Bach of producers admits that It is right to curtail the production of nou but ia prepared to prove thai its own product is abaolutaly es used to think that an a nation we were given to ezcera ot tout now it appears that we hare been only gorging ourselves of contained in a recent dls hat continued consumption on Jco fream is absolute r ml to fee integrity of the dairy we eatgreat quau of ice creap cones and sundaes If 8W fttWSjer tAQnqmdft Of cows fjl eliin and dairying will go to la not it foe gt things that da not M be conserved and that we are to consume more laviah ever As far as the r JUrogrim it is perfectly pUUn ontht tT eat more Ice ereatn test All that la fticcfttftfy M revirton of our old ot We nwd to make the chief pbrtlons Of our meals meat and bread With Ice cream aa dessert Under the new Way find ourselves dining heartily on large platters of tee and using desert small toast or U sounds HENDERSON LAKC A HOPtLttS The city commissioners seem to be In a hopeless fog as regards any solu tion for the Henderson Park lake weed fiver since 1916 they have beep working spasmodically to find a The Board ot Trade also carried on quite a correspondence with Government experts and and about the only possible solution In sight was the purchase of a special submarine weed The city pur chased such a but we are told that it was failure though in other notably if did excellent work In 12 acres In extatV whfch ft considerably lar ger thari 9eBji0rson Park Lost the decided that have to be abandbned and Itwusdecided to drain the though Commissioner Grace had written the Board of Trade in 1915 with regard to a suggestion thnt PICKED PASSINGS the lake be draiiiear saying As it can take six months to drain the laMthr6uglrur small and alf prater wbiifd have to through the sewage disposal whichi would overtax ft this method does aeem to be y ty nowtyas halfdrained lake know what to do with As it it Is no attrac tion for the public and certainly wont help the street car Being only partly the council doesnt know whether to turn the water in and chance it that the weeds wont grow or keep the water out and keep the weeds down for the rest of the May The Herald suggest that noth ing be done until some definite plan is arrived at The schemes tried so far have been of the hit or miss var iety which have produced just about one definite knowledge that the lake cannot be wholly drained through the a fact one would have expected the commissioners to be possessed from reference to the office before the decision to drain the lake was arrived had six hours rain yes It will reach us No use getting jumpy yet about a dry sum The moral In How Much Land hould Yoti Own might form a very profitable tneme lor discussion on The shelters for car pas sengers that have Keen placed on 13th Street at the corner of 9th Avenue and 13th south distinct convenience ifor pas not give a coat of jkint both pre serve tho lumber moro and make them They are talking about dlletlng statements In the school his tories which throw a wrong reflec tion on ttie British people in their partof the war of A writer in a coast paper who is strongly urging such action eays William referring to the hiir ing of Besslans to fight the uttered these words Were I an as I am an and a foreign troop were landed on my I never lay down my He spoke the sentiments of the British but It finds no place In our American Contrast the neat and engaging appearance ot the grounds of Weat surrounded with a beautiful hedge with bleak and uninviting surroundings of tfie Central School and the old High How would it be if the occupants of Dusovanpis Man sions were to make themselves into a committee to apply some of the practical knowledge that they have gained at Farm in improving tfce grounds of these schools Such a monument as that to their history would outlast the bronze medals they are to An other spot in town that would stand improvement is the lawn at the U is Jn miob contrast to the beauty spot that Superintendent Pennefather laid oui on other side of the that one won ders where the eyes erf the young have been all these If grass is sown there It should be protected FrenchnoveHil and dramatist M an nounced In Up to Sunday the number ct BUM available tot service under the Mill afy ServiceAct was commissioner ot nbor for Saskatchewan has also been appointed1 fuel IMLTl German Poles in Baltimore are ask Ing exemption from the alien enemy Unked States may grant war loan to the colored Re public of Nino were Injured at when Gulf Coast freight loco motive blew Interned Germans acWKaJthfl bor der may He employed on the con struction of national Eightyseven Colorado brought A head from houses at the city A regular term wage BCftlS Is pro posed In Colorado ranging from to for permanent i Work on naval oraft may be slowed up temporarily Irt order speed cargo Montana North Dakotahave oversubscribed Loan Thecost a soldier has trebled since the SpanishAmerl i May 25th has been named for the enrolment of women voters in New York Four hundred plants across the border are busy on the niamftacturc Assemblyman of has offered to waive The late a Bal timore Masonic left a v Baltimore business men are raising to aid a home for colored Consumption of sauerkraut has fallen 75 per in the southern For predicting a German Tictory an peddler was public ly Terms ranging from ten to 20 years were given deserters from Ctunp Dix last A firm of New York jewelers have attached Sarah Bernhardts jewels for an alleged unpaid Over a quarter of a yard workers have million ship across the border in Ule past two i i v astronomers are preparing to total eclipse of the sun next June from Baker of the force has been admitted to the but will remainwith the Six big New technical schools are to be turned over to the Government for training Kansas City taxes on real property have been reduced 12 per and on personal property froin 10 to 30 per by the State Board of x Being sentenced at to the unusual penalty of one day in jail and a fine ot in default of which she should remain sij months in the McGuffln sold her home in Thorndale for She was convicted of theft of worth ot baby trinkets from a department She had no use for the artio les and the defence was that she is a Was 111 Only Two Clubs Being Organized May aged 73 died suddenly on Fri He had been in hia usual good and was ill only two He came from where he was and has lived in this town and district for a number of The police are now enforcing the new all men from 16 to 60 years of age shall and have sent out a few invitations to special cases to work or The campaign for this week will give anopportunlty those who are not already contributing to other funds to help the boys at the arrived duric last week and will begin subdividing that portion of the Reserve which the Bloods voted to give up by This land may be kept for the boys who return from the battle field of Kales of land continue with better prices each and having more satisfied with more land to care for and Lewis received a unan for a while from the sun and the invitation to remafli pastor of wind by having some old sacks las for another year tened down over hut with that taken the grusB would grow Maybe Mitchell could be persuaded to supply a few abriibl from the Coaldale Nurseries these would make the job manager of the Bank of Commerce in baa been busy the past waek visiting foe schools through thin district ant qrganUIng Pig CluhH among the school children and reports a great interest In the School inspector very We commend this suggestion to the lmBy tllJS laVB Boing tlirough his din i He finds It hurd to supply all energetic of UieV c I the schools with Twentyflve were injured whan a Staten Island trolley jumped the on New York wholesale lour dealer has been fined for violating food The new V antisabotage carries penalties of and 30 years Washington has decided upon a separate motor transport department for the Uv Nifty clothes with unnecessary mbelllshmenta are under a war an across the Cleris perosis nn alleged wife was tarred and feathered by ah Washington will spend on war terminal facilities at Brook A 20 per Increase has been given in navy Board of Education lias abolished the teaching of Ger man in the schools of that Lady Gilbert has applied to the Stanmore Committee to DO registered as a purveyor of Birmingham University has con ferred an honorary degree on Lord exPremier of arrested for intoxl ation will in future have to put up President Wilsons wife reviewed women wijir In Phila i seciat agertte hatthere German spies in New York city A German helmet and an Irish song each realized for the Liberty Loan in New Michael a Roman Catholic priestat is facing a Federal disloyalty Chatham to the over have been sold to local invattoftftf f Soldiers have been detailed to help New Yorks police in suppressing vice and illicit liquor State Democrats are far rom unanimously favoring Hearst as gubernatorial authorities prevented Sheehy widow of an Irish revolt from making a Sinn Fein Frank of the first officers to leave for is to return to having received the appoint ment of assistant With the object of interesting chil dren in home the Chatham Horticultural Society distributed 600 packages of seed to the children of the Public Leonard a pupil of the Royal College for the has been awarded thai Fellowship Dip loma of the Royal College of Organ With the object of releasing men for more important work the Canadian Pacific1 Company has decidedto place colored men upon ita dining cars In the positions of wait ers and FrenchCanadians in Montreal are excited over a decree of the Governor of who has issued a proclamation teaching of any language other than English in the All tobaccos and cigarettes in canteens belonging to the Great War the Atiny and Navy Veterans and the JOiaki Club at Kingston which bear the have been seized by Inland Revenue Major Thomas Gibson and Qaptaln Ross McPhersce have been Invested by the King witn the Distinguished pervice Her Majesty the Queen has received in audience Mar garet chief Canadian The following Canadians have been invested with war honors by King at Buckingham Palace Major Thomas and Major Charles Distinguished vice Order Major Percy Bar to Military a of Prince waa drowned when four of the crew of tlio halibut fishing ves sel were washed from the decks in a hurricane which raged for twenty minutes off ArUtazable la up the northern coast of British Crop conditions in Mon tana and tho Uakotas are highly fav according to the directors of the Nintli federal Reserve There Is a flue cftjor to newly ger minated hut rain is needed in evcry section to conUmed favorable condiUoujk The command to halt has it the power of the In hundred of communities in this country tqday a halt has been called on the Corjrrtmin ity on the man or woman whof thinjongly or me community by refusing to patronize home What is needed today are more more men and Women tb call ahalt 6n such Our community is asked to takea definite stand on this Let each man appoint himself a sentry to see that the community life is Other communities have fallen in They have hoisted the Home Trade We must fall in fall the Pneumatic Tire Thank the pneumatic tire for making bicycling Thank Bv Dunlop for making the 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