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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - May 10, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta AGE FOUR THE L-ETHBRIDGE DAILY HRRALD FRIDAY, MAY 10, letbbtrtdie Deralb daily and WEEKUY r Praprletort and Publlshom FHB,L�THBRIDGE HERALD PRINT-.;^:jlNQ .COMPANY, LIMITED VS, eth Street South. Lethbrldge W. A. Buchar;an trealdent and Manuuing Director Itoha Tonuice  - Buslnbss Manacer TSLF.PHONES Business Offlco .............. 1252 Ultorial Otticc .............. 12�* Subscription Rato.i: I>aJly, Celivered, per week......10 Dally, (loliverod, jier rear .....T5.00 Dally, by mall, par year ......$4.00 Weekly, by mall, per yo.ir .....$1.60 lyeekly. by mnil. per year to U.S..$2.00 Dates oC sxplry ot subscriptions aa-tear dally ou address label Accept-inco of papers i.ilc. expiration tiate Is �ur autliorlty to conUnuo the sub-BcriptioD. THE PROGRESS OF THE WAR. No resumption ot the Gemvan of-!ensive is expected for at least a lortnight by the Allies. The Germans awing to the activity ot the Allied ilrmen, are having great difficulty In re-assembling and concentrating iheir forces. Whether they will ever .'esunie the offensive on such a large icale as previously Is a question. Sven should they do so with the object of eainiug Ypres, they will be :ompelled to pay a terrible price in aien, and it is questionable it even '.he Germans think the gain is worth tile price. Another daring naval raid on the iarbor of Osiend was successful last manner to that w^hich blocked the �;hannel to the harbor in a simflar aiancr to that which blocked the ihannel of Zeebrugge. PREMIER BORDEN MAKES POSITION CLEAR. Premier Borden's statement of Thursday with regard to the order cancelling exemptions ot young men from 20 tp 23 inclusive should lerve to clear up a lot of mlsunder-itanding and do away with much criticism ot the Government's action. The Premier's statement leaves little to be added. The Govemmect is limply fulfilling its mandate u a rin-the-war Government in seeing to it that very necessary relnlorce-� ments tire.provided, roken chain to No. 31, would stag-gar imagination. The> postage' and cost ot'.statlbnery alone would soon "par the war-debts of the world, and ;t. .. the necessary ink would provide har-- bor for'the navies of all the nations, i ^ No.-1 produces five letters; No. 2 produceB^SS letters, each man writing '''^lre;..N^.,3.|producei 125 letters, each mm'^^iij^iifii'/P^^y and �o:,ori, muli- - v::c�mtil�tiiDii fpr'^p, si^M national debt. Mayor Hardle might "Is the crown of' the Enipej'or Charles of Austria on straight?" in-QUlres The Itogina Leader. The Portland Oregonian wants to know If the pelJcewoman is liable to use a club or a hatpin. REV. 1. MARSH SAYS GOOOBYETOCOALHURS Coalhurst, May 8.-A number of our young people attended a Red Cross dance at Diamond.city on Jlay 7th and spent a very enjoyable evening. Seeding is practically completed in this district and all that is required to insure a good crop is one day's rain. In.the words of one of our local prophets: "A good rain is what us needs." Mrs. Keith who has undergone an operation In the Gait hospital is now-home and we are glad to say progressing favorably. Gardening is now the order of the day and everywhere one goes talk ot Increased production is heard. Many fine gardens are being planted and the water system now being in operation there is no question but what they will prove a source ot profitable pleasure. Mrs. Greip has returned from a visit to friends in. Saskatoon. We regret- to note that Mr. Brown met with an accident and he is suffering from two broken ribs. Wo trust tl\at he will still be able to attend the Sunday open air services which are held every Week, weather permitting The painting of the Manse is now well under way. The work is being done gratis by the pillars of the church and other."!.' Departure Mr. Marsh It is with much regret that wo have to record the departure of the Rev. Mr. Marsh and family from our,midst. Mr. Marsh will be greatly missed by his parishioners and his many friends, j Few, it any of our previous ministers haVe done as good work and none . better than that r.ccomplished by Mr. Marsh during his stay here. He was universally liked on account of his sincerity and .winning personality. It was not to church work alone that he confined his activities. Mr. Marsh was chairman of the local R-Jd Cross society and the success of the branch was due in a large measure' to his enthusiasm tor the work. Not only was he a mpst energefic worker but he had the happy faculty of being able to imbue others with some measure of his own boundless enthusiasm and self-sacrifice. , It is due to Mr. Marsh that we have a local troop of Boy Scouts In the village and the T)eneflt Is everywhere apparent. As a small token ot esteem and In recognition of his valuable services to the community his many friends presented him with a purse of gold on his departure. We wish him every success in his new field. Mr. Ralph Chambers who left with the first C.E.F. has returned from Wetasklwin hospital and, we are glad to say. Is now able to do light work In the mine. Tickner & Co. have opened up a Groceteria in the Delaney Block. Arthur Dllks, resident In Sault Ste. Marie for thirty yoar.i Is dead. Union tonmstors in the employ of the city of Winnipeg to the number of CO, will join the civic strikers. An old resident ot Downle Is dead In tho person of Ann Todd, widow ot Robert Boyes, nfed "7 years. Amongst the registrars of man power is one woman, Miss Harriet Johnston, North Toronto, Mrs. Eva Smoodim, Toronto, aged 34 years, died yesterday morning from the effects of carbolic acid poisoning. The government steamer Stnnloy, hoforo reported disabled In drift lee oft tho Capo Breton Coast, has not yet made port. Lloyd Spalding, a member of tho Herald staff, Stratford, has accepted a position as new editor of the Woodstock Sentlnel-Roviow. There is quite a flurry of excitement at Shuttle Island, Dn.wson sound. Queen Charlotte Islands, over some new gold discoveries. Rev. H. Bowman, of Moncton, has received and accepted a call to the pastorate ot St. Peter's Lutheran church pt New Hamburg. sirs. Stewart,, wife of the late Rev. Dr. Stewart, a leaijing Presbyterian preacher In eastern Ontario for many years, died at Prcscott. Mrs. Amelia H. Patterson, grandmother ot Hon. W. E. Poster, premier of Ncvr Brunswick, died in St. John, X. B., Sunday, aged 93. Pte. Carlo Charles .Johnston, deserter from the 1st Central Ontario regiment. Toronto, was arrested at Stratford. - Tho escape of Lieut. J. Beverley Robertson, Toronto, from Germany is announced In a despatch from Eftig-land. Rev. J. C. Carlile, of Folkestone, England, preached the baccalaurete sermon of McMaster university at Jarvis street Baptist church, Toronto. Lieut. Harold. M. Bailey, formerly of Bianchard; who has been overseas since the outbreak of the . war, has been promoted to a captaincy. Thomas Stewart, a barrister of Lindsay, well known throughout the province, passed^ away suddenly froijd double pneumonia. Rev. Mendozia de Sola, rabbi ot the Spanish-Portugese synogogue, Montreal, died- In New York. He was one of the: beat knowi rabbis In Canada. Baron de Mackau, aged 86, and the oldest member of the chamber ot deputies of Paris, is dead. He had been a deputy for an uninterrupted period of 42 years. Four tons of halibut have been destroyed at tho public incinerator in Winnipeg. It waS -Relayed in transit owing to the sndWslide In the mountains some ��ft-eeks"tigo. Ell Penny, fisherman on the 'Vancouver boat, Nakana, was washed overboard, off Aristizable Island. He came from Buoiia 'Vista, Newfoundland. Three soldiers under the M.S.A. were sentenced at /Toronto to two years' imprisonment with hard labor for having refused to put on the .uniform. Seven hundred young men of Brussels, born In Belgium, of German parentage but Belgian citizens by adoptions, have been taken to Germany to be enrolled in tho armyj. Nine cigar store i)roprietori wore fined $10 and costs by Ma((lstrata Graydon, of London, oh being convicted of having gambling boards In operation in their estabUshraents. A train carrying workmen .to the Lloyd George \b going through the crisis of hiB political career thl� week. Canadlass as a whole will hope he comes out on top. Lethbrldge went over the top with all the. old-time rush'  in the Red Triangle campaign. It is pleasing to note that I.�thbrldge can still do things. 'Vlce-Admlral Sims' statement that the corner had been turned in tho ghip-building campaign to beat tho Hun, U-boats is the most cheering news of the spring. i 'not the:iF|fl�t u  ...... ' .:� '. � DUTY ON TEA. 4 cui^ipma dul,y bn'lea, whlle^^an in-^ novipiUon, BO lar M the younger" gen-wgtlon.bt'jqanadlanB is concerned, Is Hlndy and the Kaiser are quarrelling now because His Satanic Majesty didn't get to Paris on schedule time. He'll be back Jn Berlin before he ever gets to Paris. Following Afi the achedule that � bachelor is called upon to pay up der the now income toxes: Income. Tax. $1,000 ....................Nil. 1,100.....................% 2.00 1,500 .................. 10.00 1,000.................. li.dO 1,800................. Ifi.OO -2,0p�:';'...-........, .. .... so.oo ^,500..,, ............ 50.00 3,000 .............. ...... 110.00 to, W. Vn., ran into another train, also crowded with'workmen. Two coaches wore wrecked, but no one was seriously injured. > Tho Beekeepers* Association ot British eolumbla has,, taken steps to ask tho food controller's ofttco nV Ottawa for permission- for tho feeding of sugar syrup to bees in tho interests, ol honey .production. A thousand young women students at high schools and colleges In Now York raised about 550,000 for the relief of Belgian babies by solllnR for-get-mn-nota. Nearly 400,000 persons', purchased the flowers. Frederick Brandnuor, a wealthy pen manufacturer, hiis committed suicide in a Gorman i!�tentIon Camp rather than return to" Germany. Brandauor had lived in England for 30 years, but Ills naturalization bad lapsed. At tho opening session ot the Presbyterian synod ot Hamilton and London, In London, llev. Honry Dickie of Chatham was elected moderator. Rev. J. D. Paulln of Toronto gave nn address. A verdl(ft ot suicide while temporarily Insane over the death ot hia wife was returned nt the inquest into tho death of Edward F. ^ (Nod> Egan, former manager ot tho, Milwaukee baseball club in the Aniorlcan association. Fire destroyed the home ot Walter Wing in tho wilds about 34 miles from BomidjI and caused the death of Mrs. Wing and two children. A baby survived. Neighbors found tho baby lying In tho grass. The bodies of the mother and two children wero in tho debris. Mrs. Palmira Martini made her appearance before the court In Hamilton on a charge ot trying to bribe PolicG Inspector Crulckshank. The Judge fined her'$50 or one month, the 120 which she handed the inspector as a bribe to apply on the tine. A large tarantula ran about deliriously in the celi block at Windsor police headquarters while nervous occupants of cells called loudly for help. Tho centipede escaped from tho pocket ot a banana man, who was carrying It about as a pet. An automobile collided with a street car in Saskatoon and one ot the passengers in the automobile attempted to clear himself but was caught between the street cor and the automobile .and was severely crushed, dying later. The victim, George Hunter, was forty years old and wass a well known grain buyer. Fuel Administrator . Garncld. In Washington, placed ookouinilor llcbnae for export to foreign countfloa.'Operators are pe'rmttted to add 60 cents to tho BovernmeAt price for n short tonof coko, for export to fnrolsn countries, and also the cost ot transportation from tho ovens to tho port ot loading:...... Sevfen! !nnn ivhor wer^ aelllng music, tho proceeds ot which It was ropro-sentod wont to returned soldiers, op-orated at Woodstock. Throe of tho seven-wero returned soldiers, but 70 por oont. ot lie proceeds wont to a man -who had not served outsldo of Canada. One was fined $10' for wearing a hnlform. . The Ohi^mbor ot Commerce approves of tho movement on tho part ot Ontario farmers to try to keep the boys on the farpfiB, instead of\accopt-ing cohscripllon iwithout a protest, and a delegation from the agricultural committee of tho chamber will Join tho Ontario farmori' delegation to Ottawa. Mexican bandits have murdered fonr British subjects at LaMorlposa, Mexico. Tho vlctoms wore: Miss G. Lam-are and Mra. Frederick Hillcoat, (Mr. Lamnro's sister), Frederick Hillcoat and his lion Jerry. The muraers wore ('.6nimittod. last Thursday, the tele-graiii said. THE SPRING DRIVB Our boys are going " Over the top" and into " No man's land" this spring. No one has any doubt of their ability to get there. There will also bo a spring drive on this side of the occani because March is the year's " blue Monday." It is the most fatal month of the year. March nnd April is a time when resistance usually is at lowest ebb. It is a tryinfi season for the " run-down" man. 'But medical science steps in, and says, " it need not be" 1 We should cultivate a love of health, a sense of responsibility for the cate of onr bodies. Do not allow the radchinery of the body to clog. Put the Btomacb and liver in proper condition. Take Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery, to be had at most drug stores in tablet or liquid form, tablets fifty cents a vial, composed of native herbs. This puts the stomach and liver in proper condition. You may be plodding along, no spring, no elasticity, no vim, but as soon as you have put the body into its normal physical condition-oiled the machinery, aa it were-you will find new vim, vigor and vitality within you. A little "pep," and we laugh and live. Try it now. Send Dr.Pierce, Invalids' Hotel, Buffalo, N. Y., or branch office, BricigeburR,Ont., 10c. for trial pkg. The prime necessity of life is health. With spirit and energy you have the power to force yourself mto action. The Golden Sledical DIs- government ammunition plant at Sit- covery is tho spring tonic which you need. ARE SO ATTRACTIVE AND COST SO UTTLE FLEET FOOT Shoes are the most stylish Summer shoes you can put on your feet. They are easier and more, comfortable,,too, and they coat less than any otl>er, comfort, style and wear considered. Ask your dealer to shoiv you the "Fleet Foot" line -the many attractive styles for men, women and children-the most complete line of summer Footwear ever made. Nona genuine unless stamped " FtiEET FOOT " on the sole. ^ , The best shoe dealers �dl" Fieet Foot" CANADIAN CONSOLIDATED RUBBER CO. Limited 28 Stnic) liranchet Ihtoughout Cauaia ; HKAOk OFFICE !'MONTIIB AL cannaDnanannaaQuannanaanaoan 21� aDOanaaDaDaaaaaanDacjoooQQnnnnn tite paint 'dingy" if THE finest town buildings soon get to look they are not kept painted. Worse still, the omission of the Spring painting leaves them open toweatheriattackand time'sdecay. And-^with ma^rials so high as to make every building, worth double today what it was worth in 1913-^you are making a mistake if you let a building "go to seed." Have your town a "model" town-have it fresh with paint- have it protected with a paint that'affords real protection- English ** PAlNTS'as;?" 70% Purees Usl (B�i\dr�m*� Otnutn* B.B.) If this paint were sold at a price half as high again as any other (wluch it isn't) it would still be the economical paint to use on your house. In sheer covering capacity it has no equol, A gallon of it goes so for that you'll buy less of it nnd yet dq more with it. Paint with BH "ENGLISH'' ' PAINT this spring-and your house is protected for years, where a coat of ordinary paint will last but a few months. The difference lies in the otwve formula basis. What other paint is so correct in this respect that its makers guarantee it? What paint can a dealer furnish you that has anything like the quantity of white lead in it^atba�B-H"EnglUh"? ' This was the formula when lend waa lower in price-this is the formula still; even though lead is extremely high in price. It HAS to be the B-H formula; because the guarantee that calls for it, is printed right on the B-H cans. We cou'.d not cheapen B-H "English" Paint even if we wanted to. So it's your safe paint ias to quality, your sure paint as to covering capacity, your dependable paint as to durability. Find the B-H dealer in your town. He's the man to buy from. Other E.H Products of Sterling Worth We carry and recommend tl^e following B-H products: For Interior Finishing Plaster Ceilings and Walls "China-Lac"-the perfect Varnish / ."Fresconette"-aflat tone oil paint. Stain.. Stainins the.Roof f'Anchor Brand Shingle St8ins"'in 19 cUfferent colours.' B-H Porch Floor Paint For Porch Floors, Ceilings and parts exposed to weather. VarntshinKa Floor "Floorlustre" excellent for interior floo'rs. For Barn and Outbuildings Imperial Bam Paint. Colour cards and Prices from.our local agents. Taylor Hardware Co. Lethbridge, Alberta RRANPRiXM>HENPE�SON MeNTBMI. MALIFAX ST .lOMN TOI>OMTO WINHIVU CAtaUV. IBMOHTOM . Pure Bred Shorthorn Bolls MR. PATRICK, OF PATRICK & SON, OF ILOEBTON, ONTAmo, BEING CALL-ED CAST, I HAVE PURCHASED THE'BUNCH OF BULLS HE HAS HAD ON EXHIBITION AT LETHBRIDGE, AND AM OFFERING THEM ALU FOR 8ALE BY AUCTION AT PINCHER CREEK, ALBERTA, ON , Saturday, May, 11th 1918 Sale Starts'at 12 o'clock sha'rii, Aiiy one wanting an exceptionally ' fine animal .wpuld do weRr to. attend this taU. V. '-.\'-r^ �� ' i,]^;. lii ' ,' s � Bob, 1J2597,'ted,'bdrt reb,M8t, 1916. Victor, 1IB41T, rod with White, born Oct. iOth, 191C. I>rlnco,.414992, roan, born Oct. ai. 1916. Goldnugget, U85(l�, roan, bprn Oct. Ist, 1916. ' ^ Rod Siur, 119179,' red, ^bbrn- Oct.' 30th, 1916. Gold Kins, J189G5, dark roan, born Doc. ,22nd, 1916, Billy, 11,^742, red .star, born Nov.'3rd, 19115. IJruco, 119644, r^d, born July 20th, 1915. ' ' Betterniade, 118284, red roam, horn Doc. 3rd, 1916, Red Prince, 114348, red little .whlto, born Oct. 16th, 191C. �andan!an�'?�j-Jnee; lllB45,;>ed; born Deo. 6th; 19,1�( " Scotllah Duko, 111578, roan, born Doc. 8th, 1916. Prince, 11319, red, born, AprillBt, 1916. BULLS CAN BE SEEN AT BERRY'S LIVERY BARN, PINCHER^ CREEK. C. PECK, Owner J, A, SMITH, Auctjonaar 8074 ;