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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - May 8, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOUR THE lETHBBIDGE DAILY. ilERALD DAILY AND WEEKLY Preprlttera and Pubilihcr* fHt klTHBRIDOl HERALD PRINT-INQ COMPANY, LIMITED Ut 6th 8tr��t South, Lethbrldg* W. A. Buohdnan Prcitdent and ManaKlnR DIreotor John Tona&c*   Buslnesi Mftnaffcr WEDNESDAY, MAY 8. 19IS TSLFPMONES BttttBMt Ottlao .......... Bdltarltl Otficd .......... list 12H mm Subsorlptlon RatMi Oollr, Callvorad, psr week ... .4 .10 Dnlly, dsliverod, per year .....IB.OO Daily, by mftl), per year ......$4.00 Waakly, by mall, par yoar .....iX^i Weakly, by mail. p4r year to tJ.a..tJ.Ofl Dntea ot ezpirr ot subicripUo&s ap-psar d�Uy oa address InbeL Acotpt-aao* ot papers site. explratty lulBCindoraiajjdlng ; ut lietwoeii 540,000 and J.nO.OOO. which has come Into existence In I . Mayor F. C. MiUor. ot Jllchlpan City., Ind.. is now in a jail cell n.t -^PICKED UP IN'* PASSING i^o/' TNS avsrWTn A $9,000 bricX of Bold has orrirod In Toronto from the Davidson Qold illnea. come regard to Italian OHplratlons and the � WashhiKton facing Internment. THE PROGRESS OF THE WAR The bellof is expressed that tlie Germans will rpsume the offensive at two or three different points on the Yestern front. There is no indication aa yet as to their contemplated move. Operations have been confined recently to local raids, and enemy bombardments at several points. incxeasing indications of revolt in Austria are forthcoming from day to day. In Britain a political crisis has been created hy the charges of General Maurice on leavlnB office as director of military operations. feolinss ot the Slavs of the Adriatic conBtUntes an aim which Is In Itselt good and iTiBt and uecftil Tlie 4.000-toa wooden motorship. _., , , i Ath.imbi-.T, cotupVf ting at Senttlo, has It seoms Buperfluou. to reassert : ,^ lutor^sts. ' the Inexorable decision ot the fe'overn- ment to the politic*! and ' Il;v!.--ciitB at Sfonlreal wUl cost moral unltv of the country. The ^0 Operatin..: tncomcs . ot �phoue oompanlca in tlie J','>.'"7.S1T less last year liilC. sl.v large U.S. were than in I.. R. Carpenter, of Cicveland, -has Inventea L'4sp.ra FjiUs, Ont.. carpenters de- I vanQUishing to live. Signer '^Ituflni ; remArked that 'historj- has recordo-' shed. Let U9 hope that a report will shoriiy be forthcoming. It is bound to be iniere-oting in view ot Mayor Hardie.'a declaration that, it at the end of a'year it hfid not eaved its cost, ho would resign. We ar� sustained by our confidence ' Vancouver' is at cn end, and the that in the soul, In tlie will, in the , strikers are going back to work after good sense even of the Italian people i ^^""""^ complete victory. : there Is all the force and dotemilna-1 The dr.Tft ot U.S. j-ouths who at-tion needed to ensure its safety. We ; tained their majority last will .uust. if need be. sacrifice all we ; the. army approximately a million have, our possessions and our lives. ' '""''^ mea. _ but our countjy must be immortal. | jjr. Macphorson states that the We must venture our all that Italy i .\ra;y am! .\avy Canteen Board is ' seh'supporting and is no cost to the the second lloor and broke his neck, judge advocHto-general: Captain .1.1 Sergoant II.'e.-Barstowno, and The patter ot the rain on the window pane was the sweetest music ot the year in the ears of the farmers yeaterday afternoon. State. TJev. Klngscote Greenland, said at .".Itchin. that the civilian workman drinks three glasses of beer to tlio soldier's one. FRIDAY IS ARBOR DAY. Don't torget that Friday is Arbor Day.. So far tliere has been no attempt Bl a civic prograjn to mark the date, and n;aka It fmittul. Howisver, it -is not tou late yet. There are several plots at Henderson I-ake dedicated to - I Sir George.Hare Phiilipson, a well- An election to till a vacancy in the I l^nown physician, ot Newcastle, died cliy council is coming =oon. It you have grievanpes to air, the time to; do so is while the campaign is on.  Hundreds ot copies ot a book said A little dlacuEston is in order, don't i to contain German propaganda were ' recently lU his home in that city, aged � eighty-tAvo years. you ihink? The city has some boilers to sell. It is true Medicine Hat wants them, but probably somebody else wants | them badly enough to pay a few I various local military units overseas. ! more thousand for them. It might be I seized .at a :neat market in Brooklyn, when agents ot the department oi: justice arrested Stephen Binder, proprietor of the store, on a charge of violation of the Espionage act, by distributing alleged seditious literature, . . Women conductors wll I'o Introduced on Toronto street cars this Bummcr. , Three ttros have broken ont in a fortnight on ono of tlie Dutch liners commandoorod by Oio U,B. Now York tJnlvc?n)lty is now olalm-cd to be the largest In the States. BJnrolments in 1.i)17 were \,.^.>G. Governor Pliiltpp ot Wisconsin promises drastic ncttou'St thoao who incite or iiarticlpate in mob law. ' Wisconsin ia continuing the fight to purge tlie 9tato ot thtv Influonco ot Kalsortsm and "kiiltur." German propagandft will bo supprosso*!. RolnliveB of American soldiers at the front are asked to dlscontlnae letters with exaggerated accounts of family troubles. One thoosand newsdealers have determined to ban German papers. The Patriotic Ivcague is making a general canvass. The War Doirartment plans maintenance in France of a ninety-day reserve ot supplies for each American soldier. A national labor admrntstrafcor, nominated by the President, avIII try to soh-e wage pjvjbloms falndwrtng production. In a daring, dtiyllght bank robbery, two unknown men eucoeeded la getting $1,200 from the Church etreot branch ot the "tinlon Bank. The death took place recently at Sandhurst, Kent, of General Sir Stanley Rdwards, who served In the Indian mutiny and A'.ghan campaign. Over a thousand tlcketholders were admitted to the royal mausoleum on the occasion ot the seventeenth annl-versarj- ot Queen Victoria's death. .Alfred Humborstone. a soldier, was charged ut Chesshut. Hertfords'hlre, with stealing a truck load of groceries and selling them to a military camp. E. L. ParodI, lawyer for two convicted forgers, has been sentenced to three months Irf Elssex, N.J., Jail for conspiracy to obatnict justice. Tlie U.S. plants ot the Bosch Magneto Co.. owned in Germany, have been taken over by U.S. Federal authorities. It is anounced at .Montreal that during last week 700 men applied to Ml�s �)dtth Alkefi, 2.1 years ot ago, � aobool ieachor, dtcd 4n LontVon. On� ynor add. In ordor to aivve th� Ml*  of her brothOT, lAcu|. AHdon, who hdd rotumed.trom overaoaB badly vronndnd, �ho sirtjmlttcd to a ser-Imis akin Brnfllng operation, aesurlng Ui ncccaa \>y rotuilng to take an Meatliattc. Retuslair to accept a telegram from th� s1mlp�g agent of -the Canada Food Board In support ot Ihc detcn-dants contention tliat pork tenderloin VTM clasiod 06 "off^l" and coulii he sold any time. Magistrate Hotter-idn, in lleglno, tluod tbreo local cut-ei^rs JlOO each, tor selling pork ten-dorlotn on a porkloss day. Major. Sir Andrew Mo'Phall, who U at present assistant director of medical services at the Canadian medical headquarters in ixindon and CkarleB O. Drinkwater. vice proal-Aent ot the Canadian Fairbanks Mor^o Company, were 'elected bj' the graduates ot McGlU Unlvornlty us representative fellows In the lacultles of arts and applied science reaprc-Ietely. C Is rubber adliesivo which nilcku without wottlnff. It \TrApB iirouiid tho top. and makefl the plaHter snujf nnd comfortable. Bluo-Jnj- lit applied !n a iitly. After that, one doesnU feel tho corn. Tho action Is irent]o. and applied to the corn alone. Po tho corn disappears without aorencss. This magic spoi ends corns PLACE it on your throbbing corn tonight. It takes but a second. .Relief will come instantly, because the^ felt ring w-Heves all pressure. The medicated spot of wax soothes w^hile it works. You will wonder why you waited so long. Tbmorrow ypur corn will not hurt as it has today. And within 4^ hours the , cofn will come out easily, painlessly. ' Blue-jay is the gentle, certain way, discovered by s great chemist. Blue-jay Plasters are made by Bauer & Black, famed for surgical dressings. tearing Is Extremely Dangerous and only a makeshift. Infection is possible. Harsh and mussy liquids are diiagrecable. Blue-jay (^irresistible to the. average corn. Once in a while an old and stubborn corn requires a second treatment. Tonight prove these truths yourself. It costs no little. Then you will never let  com hurt again. Ac All DruggiiU- 2Sc a Pachagt BAUER & BLACK, Limitwl MakmrM,of Surmitu} DrM�inM� Chicago Toronto Y�rk I � f u 11 The least that could be done would be to arrange that these be put In good condition lor t^e summer and ^ the dead ti^ees replaced. Let lis not allow the old spirit of worth while spending a few dollars i to find out. It took a long time for the city Hon. T. W. Crothers, Minister of | 'Labor, saved the day by tho lirst ed the people had no right to know ( Our Own C0T03nonflent) Raj-mond, May 7.-Louis Schunier, j without being asked is the wonder- ! son of .Michael Schumer, aged 19, tul thing about It. glimmer ot intelligence noticed from i The U. S. will call 234.000 In the May draft. This may be taken, as j some Indication of the speed with i which trained men are getting to ! that quarter In a long tlme-^ de- France. It Is also the best kind ot j proof that the Hun U-boat has not accomplished its purpose In sixteen claratlon that he did not intend to waste time In discussing these mat- ; . . , . , , ,,v,,, . ^ ; months of unrestricted p raoy. ters -when the war was ot such over- I i shadowing Importance. THE fVllLITARY SERVICE ACT IN QUEBEC. v Hegistrar Godin, of Montreal, speak- i �' ^'*''' ^^'^ ^'^^ 5"^� ! A report from Edmonton says that j a sharper eye is to be kept on Ger-i mans and Austrlana In Alberta dur- ing on April 30th about the men called up under the Military Service Act amendments, is reported to have  said: '-'The first batch of 150 menre-;celved their notloes a week ago. They are due to report on May 1. I think the response will be verj- good." � is that tho way the M. S. Act is being enforced In Quebec? Mr. God-'In "thinks" the response will be very �good. It the Act were being entoro- ed as it should be enforced there, he �would "know" the responsa would be 'tood. jiractically 100 jer cent. \ It IB the laxity in enforcing the j "^ealwt house building, no means In tact in Quebec which Is bringing the '^le'*' r^'f^^'^S Lho sittiatlon iauthorltles into contempt there. ' "^�'.""l ^� ^'"^ i^'Jo> epealdQg to the iliallan Senate, thus outlines Italy's f^r alms:'  'Italy \D this war Js pursuing' the e^gentlaV'. aims of posseiiaSnk boun-4|irles capable of defence ^a^nd of l^tileffuar'dlng . . the ^. ijpprescrlptlble l^rlgUtfl Ot the' Italjan nation. It; is fflBur what', an Itttlue'n'ce 'can � be pro-4uoed upon this dual purpose by liar-^I'lf VPRO, fl)jrj,rqpt)'er^4j-people ?tn-. twHj united -Mntii Italy.'it was but negotiating tor the same'' for about a month. They are also planning to securo some of the land near the Klrkaldy ranch. The.big banquet for the soldier , hoyii will bo held Tuesday night at to! the Second Ward meeting house. A I The proprietor r>t the Raymond Ho-committee ot th'e Board ot Trade-Is Uel. banquolled Iheia aund�y evening looking into this important niatter | .^^^^ ..T,,g..p,,^^, Just nowi A\'ie commend to their i Trail," will be staged here nOXt Sat-uotlce an advertisement appearing In ; urday night. It is made tip of local the Calgary Herald, which states that there are. nearly two hundred vacant houaes in three districts in Galgary, tor two other dlatrlcts the figures are not given. The q^ueatlon Is would it pay to bring those empty houses to Lethbridge? There is another house in Calgary that would do better servlccF In Lethbridge, iho Interior Storage Elevator; but It Is may be too cumbersome to move. Only thing to do Is to wait till Sir George Foster makes up lils mind to build one in Lethbridge, and so do the best that can now ho done to meet tho requirements of the premier .^rain-prp.duclng";dlBtricf., of v^Sunuy SoutbQrn Albert' serve in that 200 Board. the Royal Air Force and passed the Initervlewing talent, under tho. direction of MIhb lloraney. Instructor of elocution, at the Knight Academy. Tho promoters promise that it will be good. The receipts will be used to pay for the now piano at tho Stake House. .Stake Contoronce will be held hero next Saturday and Sunday. Some of the high church officials wjl! bo present from Salt Lakp City.. Special musical program is tirrang-ed under the direction" ot, W. C. Stone, with t^. L. Mitchell organist. Tho following are some ' ot the numbers: ' , "Sing O rJau'ghtor ef Zlon",. Wilde; "Tho .Lord Is My Shepherd",-Pask; "Tho Lost Chord," Sulflvan-Pavk.; "Thine is tho Kingdom," fronj.. HolV City by Gaul;"Pral80 Ye ttje Lord", Anon. Airs. Snow Myrpn '''Holmes, Valeria Naldor and Mrs. Arthur .Mblssoa will also sine. Eighty men are employed at the ,\sociated Goldfields property at Larder Lake and extensive development is under way at the BOO-toot level. So great hasb^en the demand tor tractors from all 'parts ot the country that the Dominion ^Government has orders tor ""yvlry one ot the thousand tractors it ordered from,the Ford company, No/turther applications are being accepted. Miss Minnie I. Buttemrorth. a Holy-oko nurse, who shot and � killed George Elliott, a' Holyoke druggist, in that city on April 5, committed suicide in the York street jail by wrapping herjelf in blankets and setting fir^ to them. Captain F. W. Hanning, ot the British Columbia Military district, has arrived at Calgary to take up the duties of paymaster, succeeding Major Hllchle, who has been moved to the Manitoba district. Wounded Canadian officers are located as follows: .\t Devonport-.1. H. Glucas, Manitoba, gassed slight. At Salisbury-Lieut. A. S. Van Dus-son, alberta, gassed, severe. In London-Lieutenants P. C. Turner, Manitoba, wrist, logs; F. W. Gordon, Manitoba, head, severe. Pumps on the Pacific Steamship Company's pa.sscnKor steamer Governor kept the vessel afloat hy pre venting the water from pouring In to her hold through the holes ripped into her bow when she ran on to the outer breakwator ot the Victoria harbor. As ,T. W. Taylor, of Poplar Point, near Winnipeg, was crossing the ferry with a loaded ^-wagon. It gave way, not being properly securotl at the sides. The whole load was lot down Into the water, and the horses, valued by .Mr. Taylor at |C00, were drowned. " * * -- Sidney-Porter; aged about 40-years, and Mrs. Montgorhery," widow, 6f Oswald Montgomery, were -burped to death in a tiro wliicli^.deBtroyed tlieir homo In Hunt�vllle.' Miss ^lanna Kneeshaw, aiiotlier inmate of the house, contesHcd that she .Jiad get fire to the liouao. W. G. Palmer and .Company's-lumber mill In Nortli Tonawanda, .em-_ ployed exclusively for more than a' year In making ammunition boxes, has burned. Thnro were IndlcatlouB-of incendiarism. Tlie Iobs'Ib estimated at ?76,00O. The death Is announced of Lleut.-Col. Audet, svho passed awAy at' th^ age of 77.' Col. Audett.'waa ut. ope time secretary.-of tho late .'�Sir. J.qs"epli Adolph Cliapleau and was il prominent .figure in local Conservative circles during tho promlorshlp of BIr John Macdonald. John Dafoo, atiout sixty yeari of age, was accidouttiUy killed, at the Delhi Canning Factory. Ho and an otljer man were taking a truck load ot cans from tho ground floor'to. tUe upper floor on the elevator when he wail caiudit IiMl.u.'uan. tb^ midufMtar Ai"), Ulsiosi, for a moment, those far off ports seas- torrid lands From Arctic beneath the Southern Cross- From towns tucked in the moo^tainst to 's is There*-because men find comfort and refresfitnent In Its contitBued use. Because of its benefits and because MADE IN CftNADA Sealed tlfibt-KePt right 82 770?4219 ;