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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 8, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOUH tuts MAY 1918 feeralb HIKCU DAILY AND WMKLV and f HI LJf HSAIOOI H1RALD PRINT LIMITED I MM ffh ttrMl Lethbrldgt W Buchanan I VNMtait and Managing Director Tortaaee BustnefS Manager TSLKPMONKi Office ISM RatMl per week year by psr year by psr by per yenr to Dntes of explrr of subscrtptiMs ap pear dnilr on address label of papers explratka Ukle It authority to continue the THE PROGRES8 OP THE WAR The belief is expressed that tne Ger mans will resume the offensive at two or three different points on the western front There IB no Indication as yat as to their contemplated Operations have been confined recent ly to local and enemy bombard ments at several Increasing indications of revolt In Austria are forthcoming from day to In Britain a political crisis has been created by the charges of General Maurice on leaving office as director of military PUBLIC AWAITING GARBAGE TRUCK The garbage truck has been in for considerable time The council should be In a position to i mcko a public report as to how it ia doing the work for which It is pu Let H8 hope that a report will shortly be It is bound to be interesting in view of Mayor Hardies declaration If at the end of ayear it had not Its he would the traditional malice of Austria to the races which she oppressed wrc against the otherso as to make It to master A con trarypeUtfV teMlng to replace quar1 rets and hatreds toy should be the outcome of common suffer This tnust come about with out involving any need at tire present stage to decide attitude dhouiii hare upon war There ts at present one war and that li o win To elimi nate the unhappy whieh has come into existence In regard to Italian aspirations and the feelings of Slavs of the Adriatic constitutes an aim which li In itself good and fart and It aeems superfluous to reassert the Inexorable decision ot the govern fflent to maintain the political and moral unity of the The government declares again thnt one of its principal duties to proceed and pualih all who vlo1 late or forgot their duties the Justice will pursue Its course severely and and j wtth all possible but while j justice Is performing Hs it is essential that the collective spirit shall not evade discipline and wander away from the one suprdme ainy that of resisting to vanquish and of vanquishing to Signer vRufini remarked that history has recorded its judgment and Novara was neces sary for Italian Perhaps his1 tory will one day make it clear that Novara was not we are able even now to declare that XCJaporettoM was not if it shook ut it has left us still stand ing face to face with the We are sustained by our confidence j that In the In the In the good sense even of the Italian people there is all the force and determina tion needed to ensure its We if need sacrifice all we our possessions and our but our country must be We must venture our all that Italy may live PASSING W The patter of the rain on the win dow pane was the sweetest music of the year in the ears of the far mers yesterday A brick of gold has arrived In Toronto from the Gold Kfcre did damage to the Medlctite Hat Rolling Mills which Is eetknfttod at between and Mayor of Michigan now in a Jail cell Washington facing The wooden completing at has been sold to French Haircuts at StontMal will cost in Increase from have gone tip 60 per Operating Incomes of large phone companies in the were leas last year than in of has invented a 24cyllnder aviation tie will generate 800 weigh only 900 Demands of Winnipeg car motor men and conductors have been aggregating over a Niagara carpenters ie nmnd sixtytwo and n half cents per an increase of They ottered John dted Brussels Huron He was reeve of Grey for several years and reeve of Brus sels for 25 The strike of civil employes in Vancouver ia at en and the strikers are going back 4o work after wiiming a complete The draift of youths who at tained their majority last year will net approximately a million more Macpherson states that the Army and Navy Canteen Board is serfsupporting and is no coit to the FRIDAY IS ARBOR Dflnt forget that Friday is So far there has been no attempt at a civic program to mark the make itla not too late There are several plots at Henderson Lake dedicated to various local military units The least that could be done would be to arrange that these be put in good condition for summer and the dead trees Let us not allow the old spirit of i beautiful wholly to i An election to fill a vacancy in the city council Is coming If you have grievances to the time to do so is while the campaign is A little is in dont you The has some boilers to It is true Medicine Hat wants but probably somebody else wants them badly enough to pay a few more thousand for It might be worth while spending a few dollars to Klngscote Greenland said at that the civilian workman drinks three glasses of beer to the i soldiers Sir GeorgevHare a well known of died recently ut his home in that aged eightytwo j Hundreds of copies of a book said to contain German propaganda were seized at a meat market in Brook when agents of the department oi justice arrested Stephen proprietor of the on a charge of violation of the Espionage by distributing alleged seditious litera THE WAR GOES t Sir Sam Hughes wasted tho time of the House Monday in a criticism j of Union Government which lacked the one essential of good something i Minister of saved the day by tho first I glimmer of intelligence noticed from i that quarter in a long da claratlon that be did not intend to i waste time in discussing these matj ters when the war was of such overj shadowing THE MILITARY SERVICE i ACT IN V j Registrar of speate Ing on April 30th about the men up under the Military Service Act is reported to have first batch of 150 menre iceived their notices a week They are due to report on May I think the response wll be very Is that the way the Act is helng enforced in Quebec God in thinks the response will be very If the Act were being enforc ed as it should be enforced he know the response would be 100 per It is the laxity in enforcing the j act In Quebec which is bringing the authorities into contempt should men be able to avoid there when they ere forei report here j It took a long time for the city j commissioners V to make up their j minds to tell the public the condition I of the sewage disposal That the i commissioners should have considerj ed the people had no right to know without being asked ia the wonder ful thing about The will call In the May This may be as gome Indication of the speed with which trained men are getting to It is also the best kind of proof that the Hun Uboat has not accomplished its purpose in sixteen months of unrestricted A report from Edmonton says thet a eharper eye is to be kept on Ger ntans and Austrlans in Alberta dur ing the rest of the and the pro vincial police are taking steps in the direction of more strict lance that will take in all wherever and whoever they may The first move is the preparation of a pew form for which ia j about to go out to all the inspociora j throughout the province and by them i to be distributed to the several dej There will be no this decision of the iTHE WAR AIMS JQF For Italy fighting With Hir glued to that line on the map representing the western are prone to overlook our Italian But they and they have food for staying iH too to a victorious ifiremier speaking to the 4 ftltan thus outlines Italys Ulir alme Italy Jp this war is pursuing the of boun capable of defence and of f imprescriptible theItaljau It is whatan influence cun be pro upon this dual purpose by hav people united It was but In view of the present high costs of lumber and labor which militate against house no means in sight for relieving the situation should be lost sight It has often paid In circumstances such as pre vail in Lothbridge juat to move houses from other A committee the Board of Tradeis looking Into this important matter Just nowl Wfe commend to their notice an advertisement appearing In the Calgary which states that there are nearly two hundred vacant houjes in three districts in Oalgary for two other districts the figures are not The question is would it pay to bring time enipjy houses to Lethbridge There is an other house in Calgary that would do better serviced in the Interior Storage Elevator liut it is may be too cumbersome to Only thing to do is to wait till sir George Foster makes up his mind lo build one in and so do the best that can now ho done to meet tho requirements ot the premier district of Sunny Souther From Our Own Raymond May son of Michael aged died at the hospital He was operated upon for appen dicitis and stomach He had been riding a wild horse and was severely injured by the horn of the saddle and was in a very bad condition before the operation was The funeral services will be held at Welling on at the meet ing and the body will be in terred n the Riaymonjl It is coincident that Omer McBride who died recently was a fast friend and of same The six weeks old babe of Albert Hicken died Monday of pneumonia and acute heart The funeral services were held under the direc tion of Biahop Allred at 3 oclock Tuesday Government Buys It It Is now reported by the Knight Sugar Company that the Alberta Government has definitely entered into contract to buy the west half ot section 5620 together with some ir rigated land in Section 16 and will begin farming operations on the same right It Is now reasonably suro that the next agricultural school to be built in Alberta will be located at this The famous Buch Ranch belpjigjng to Ray Knight has been sold to the tlonx of Iluttenites have been negotiating for the same for about a They are also planning to securo some of the land near the Kirkaldy big banquet for the soldier boys will be held Tuesday night at the Second Ward meeting The proprietor of he Raymond Ho tel banquet ted them Sunday evening A drama of four TheFrozen will be staged here Sat urday it ia up of local under the Direction ot Miss instructor of at the Knight The promoters promise that U will be The recolpts will be used to pay for the now piano at the Stake Siaka Conference will be held hero next Saturday and Some of the high church officials will bo present from Salt Lake Special musical program la Hrrang ed under the direction of with Mitchell Tho following are some of the numbers Sing O Daughter Of Wilde The is My Tho SiilfivauPark Thiiio is the frpnj Holy City by Gaul Praise Ye the Snow Myron Niiider and Arthur Mtlsson also Women w1l he intro duced on Toronto street cars thto tires hare broken out in a fortnight on one of the Dutch Ittwra commandeered by the Now York University Is now claim ed to be the largest In the Enrolments la OoTwrnor PhHtpp of Wisconsin pro misee draatte Action those tnctte or participate in mob Wisconsin continuing the ftfht to purge of influence of Kalsertora and Gentian propaganda will bo Relatives of American soldiers At the front are asked to discontinue letters with enggerated accounts of family One thousand newsdealers have de termined to ban Gernum The Patriotic League is making i general The War Department plane main tenance th France at a ninetyday re serve of supplies lor each American A national labor nominated by the will try to solve vrage problems In a daylight bank two unknown men succeeded ia get ting from the Church street branch of the Union The death took place recently at of General Sir Stan ley who served In the In dian mutiny end Avghan Over a thousand tickertholders were admitted to the royal mausoleum on the occasion of the seventeenth anni versary of Queen Victorias Alfred a was charged at with stealing a truclf load of groceries and selling them to a military lawyer for two con victed has been sentenced to three months Irf Jail for conspiracy to obstruct The plants of the Bosch Mag neto have been taken over by Federal auth It is anounced at Montreal that during last week 700 men applied to serve in the Royal Air Force and that 200 passed the Interviewing j Eiglity men are employed at the Asociated Goldfields property at Larder Lake and extensive develop ment is under way at the 600loot So great has bejen the demand for tractors from all parts of the coun try that the Dominion Government has orders forWviry one of the thousand tractors it ordered Ford applica tions are being Miss Minnie a Holy oke who shot and killed George a Holyoke in that city on April committed suicide in the York street Jail by wrapping herself in blankets and set ting fire to Captain of the British Columbia Military has arrived Calgary to take up the duties of succeeding Major who has been moved to the Manitoba Wounded Canadian officers are lo cated as follows At gassed At Van Dus In Lon legs Pumps on the Pacific Steamship Companys passenger steamer Gover nor kept the vessel afloat by pre venting the water from pouring in to her hold through the holes rip ped into her when she ran on to the outer breakwater of the Vic toria As of Poplar near was crossing the ferry with a it gave not being properly secured at the The whole load was let down into the and the valued by Taylor at were Sidney aged atooirt find of Os wald were burped to death in a fire which destroyed their home in Miss Hanna aunt her Inmate of the confesxKl that she get fire to the Palmer itnd lum ber mill in North ployed exclusively for more than a year in making ammunition has There were indications of The lossIs estimat ed at The death is announced pf who passed awto at the age of at ope time the Joseph Adolph Chapleuu and was a promin ent in local Conservative cir cles during the premiership of Sir John John about sixty years of was accidentally killed at the Delhi Canning He and an other man were taking a truck load of cans from the ground floor ta the upper floor on the elevator when ha caiudu to accept a te4egram from agent of Canada d In support of the defcn darrta contention that pork tender loin WM classed ae offal and couttS N sold any Magistrate Hoffer in fined three local cat erers flOO for selling pork ten deriotb on a porkless Sir Andrew who present assistant director of medical services at the Canadian medical headquarters In juondon and Jkarles vice prcsi Jtent of the Canadian Fairbanks Morfe were elected by the graduates of McOtll University as re presentative fellows In the faculties of arts and applied science respec for a term of three years from September In connection splendidly carried out tho Brit ish attempt to blockade Zeobrugge and Ostend and land at these saya the Berlin Vossicho Zeltung In Sundays a shower of or ders has rained upon various per Commanding Admiral Schroe der hae been decorated with the Swords of the Red Eagle of the first Chief of the general of mar has awarded tho Red Bagre ot the Second class with and Captain com mander of the batteries on the with the Knights Cross of the Rtfyal Order of Hohenzollern with i Five officers and one civilian em ploye ofMilitary District Number 10 one officer of the Invalid Sol diers nre slated for re tirement a result of the findings of the recent court of The oftlcers who will be relieved of their duties are formerly assistant adjutant general of Military District Number 10 Cap tain transport of ficer Captain for merly paymaster of tho depot batta lion Captain deputy the eeeond floor and broke his judge Captain i fterReftrtt Si paymaster of tho military accountant inthe pay Hospital commission Quartermastermasters 23 of 4 WttKttl irn OM rfar ta order to save ol BM from bad she submitted to A MMW akm RTMRlng assuring Its IMCCM by refusing to take an Blueay For Corns Pain Instantly Corns Completely 2Sc Packaftf at How Bluejay A IB a soft pad which stops the pain by relieving tho B Is the BAB which gently undermines the Usually It takes only 48 hours to end he com C Is rubber adhesive which sticks It around the and makes the plaster snuff 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