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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 11, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBMOQR DAILt HTOALP Derald tllHrta OAltVAND WBEKLV Publishers LltHBrnDai HERALD PRINT LIMITSD Ht Street Lathbrldte Buchanan PfMldent and Managing Director MUI Tcnaame Business Manager occasion to write a few plaJn truths n bout the tax situation in Mayor Hardlo took and came back with a reply bristling with Today there is in Cal gary a gentleman by the name ol representing of the largest bond houses in the Do the Dominion Aftes and the WoodGUndy From bur OtvA May has been a generous response ffottt the bilsl ftMlness ttllorfcl TKLKPHONM OKice Office who has been Sent to Calgary nes9 people along Mttln itreet thus to endeavor to have the authorities j far n behalf of the Red Fol of that city up their financial What did he tell Calgary Simply the cold business fact that the time for financing on i credit of an uncollected tax some and the Chltiese talnment yielding some the management of the Palace theatre PASSING Wilson has ordered an Investigation Into charges of graft In the building of Four women arc claiming the es tate of Helmuth the Detroit andMiss 44 Oxford l iwo gave tho entire proceeds on Monday were run down and seriously s by an autofflobjlo arrears must that tho arrears most Worthy I must all bp and that the i Tho Amusement committee of the Hhntiiii thin vpftr lew a tax rate headed by M188 took city should his ley a tax rate h which j and all of 42 mills in order that the munlci fl vwy A J Ratea per week Dair iy por LfJiTT by mall per to Cftlgary mugt down IQ of expiry of subscriptions doing business on a cash gear dally on address Accept1 Thas was the argument made by Eight persons were taken W Tor onto from gas fly delivered tier year pallty might no longer go along piling j twentyfive dollar picture depict The funeral of M by por year up a deficit on current account each Ing Tale of Two Cities o of by mail por year ln McPherson generous jr by M took place The funeral of English and Bran i Nielaon and Harker for this occasion and there was a good response from the The sum of was IRoss has resigned the pas and it would be well for the commls sioners to heed The Calgary Her nvitatlon for other business houses turned over to the Red Cross as a lorate of the James Street Baptist egult j and will go to tho The lady managers of the Picture Second Baptist Palace are now extending n hearty During the month of April the birth BiUUClO W ucou I u V lltl UUlt 1U1 llllioi uuoiivaoo T I 1 L aid advice and SS nuta It uo to Calgary citizens this ana nml 248 THE PROGRESS OF THE Local fighting continues on the western front with no indication of German The French Improved their ouTfinanclalstate ot affairs in which outdo puts It up to Calgary citizens way Now that disinterested and unblas least a percentage of the on and 248 England has a woman blacksmith who can sUoe a horse as well her some set day as a special Red Cross acquainted who will be The live busl cdlnancul wpers acquane intentiens for the near city fathers with the peril ness men should not let these ladies whoae place she has taken lines somewhat last night Artillery the jt is to be hoped IStlng Ts points thing be done The last shipment of sewing sent The fully dressed body of Percy aged 32 chief accountant vaccinating drive r way In telli By the light ot Atif itieliit niid searchlights oiir smtfko The AmeHcan steamship Tyler was fhert a the torpedoed and sunk oft the French Eleven of the crew Were MeMaster University conferred the degree of upon Mar To ronto and John To Bicycling is to be the rage In Ottawa this especially alrmeti wen prevented frStiT cdfttlnu their For an tttiur Hits state ot things then the cleared sufficiently permit our airmen to resume their A heavy fire wns turned on the Vln When at last she found tho entrance to the she ran her stem Into theater aid The crews of uie mrfst guiiint among members of the fair In to shore Utterly regardless Ing by the demand being made for of tneir unfetrto see that no one was cycles by I One launch off two anil ttyrtyeljjht Senator Hitchcock of Nebraska was the Another which sub made chairman of the senate foreign 8equentiy wertt alongside took off a relations neiiteriaht who were who was senior Democratic member j while IWii 0thec launches of the succeeds the late I nlgo detailed for rescue kept Military dominion nf Hussla order otrt of th chaos thai has as follows 110 cotton for the McLaughlin Grain company now sought by art allowed during the past few binders 110 pillow 20 bed tao years through the unwillingness ot 2 operating 14 opcr Red i nflnrv rrniirna fi Oil if a TllirSft It Is possible that the Russian lions may unite to oppose mile CLINGING TO OLD TIME iWe sometimes hear complaints that bur provincial legislatures bave too many but no Canadian province has anything like the num ber of representatives that of the states of the American republic New Hampshire is one of the small states of the Republic but its legis lature Is the largest of aJl the states and one ot the largest assemblies of the It now includes from 404 to 40S and under the census to be taken In 1930 may be In creased to This House of Representatives not only the largest in the country but so much than the otters lt is Ina class by Ver Massachusetts and Connecti with over 200 are the only states to compare with It tor River one thecityVrepresentatlves to do the ating G pyjarna 2 nurse drews locks have i JSrtT Laurence Independent heard from these strangers is new ers 40 fomentation 70 ban WU3 ran on the uyaity is The danger has been pointed out on 10 operation 24 pair was mayor of Senator ot Women pickpockets operated 1n the crowd which crowded the Union Sta tion platform in Winnipeg when drafts of the Fort Garry Horse and Depot battalion left for Six of their victims have reported the loss of their purses to the Convicted of robbing the poor of a church while apparently leaning over it in Charles Kovarlk of was denounced by Judge Sullivan as the meanest man who had ever appeared In his fined him and him to five days in more than one occasion previously by but their voices have been as one crying in the So long as It was possible Tor the city to secure extension ot and more day COALDALF From Our Own May Sundays rmonTere consisted ot an over by one of the largest majorities ever turntd for a city The Farmers Meat of was ordered by Food Admin to turn back ten close to the thefr crefs the gretttest pluck ahd deter y Our vessels vWfeflOfeljr bonibarded shore batterlea of the monitors in this respect was End Sub Jrtar Ottawa nbble end is acclaimed by the newspapers Us securwif her ptacein history as sociation heroic deeds In imval It is declared that Nelson neVef anything and that J cathedra is the twentieth ceiitury witness of and Christie MAY Us fighting Occasion Is lo W tHtate to tha skill and devotion a Itfi btt the tell iti ifork is rtrtly prtdusuon thrt thit rafr ace would bf tH now recalled in not dMy with the but the ciosulnt of the North from the fri by the greatest mine field ever PROHIBIT FUEL May Mirk oil director of fuel adminis tration Is about to Issue order pro hibiting the use of oil In parts ot the Pacific to relieve the fuel oil shortage In Washington and Alaska will be An embargo will be put on fuel oil shipments to Brltlih Col May Western IB gazetted flyifet formerly of an Edmonton and Quarter masterSergeant W are appointed Captain Reginald Summers ot the had only been twp days In Canada when war was He Immediately re Agin of was If his the IB heI probably fatally In an auto oltBe the Vindictive I mobile accident at the corner of Bloor votheroothevil o ura apply the axe to the root of the for more holiness m everyday sacks of The Adolf It seems ftow limit has been making tical the Chrlatlanlty of was purchBa8ed for reached in that If we are Jegug The serv ce was rendered reached to bo financed there will have The serv ce was rendered mpnt attractive by appropriate music USe ln CUrlng me retailine retallmg to be something definite and drastic remiered by the which has re done to ramedy existing conditions we are will land the city in It is explained that we must have a tax sale this year for one and continue making real efforts to get in the taxes in arrears until all arrear age has been wiped An even more Important suggestion is ttiat we been The need of a choir has been felt for some time and now our hopes are being realiz ed in this May Mothers will be fittingly observed A special program and order of ser vice will be Appropriate spec ial music will be It is The body of Wilfred a who was drowned from ihe bank of the Moira should the wiping out of that a large number will find each annual current expenditure defi1 it convenient to attend and pay tri clt increased tax levy in each bute and do honor to succeeding until the comes Miss Grace of Glares there will be no In holm Agricultural School is at Coal other we must learn to pay as we go instead of running a charge ac count and7 leaving it tor the future to take care ol dale Friday and Saturday of this giving a short course was found near the mouth of the river at The bodv of David missing three wooks from his home in was rrj UQ in the mill race at Hunt where it la be lieved he fell in from the traction companys The the1 worlds largest con crete steamer and the latest innova tion in the ocean carrying which New HampstthV is atata This may not be to the liking of the have representation by towns and but it is sane business prac wards in itslower branch of the leg plUng up of in under thei direction of completedtts trial trips at San the Womens Institute Branch of the ag0f wln make its f nf itnl tniA PnoOQ i t The basis of representation is the town system Every town is entitled to a representative at leasiipak the has a population of flOQ has rep resentative session ot the General Court it It has less than it is represented a proportionate part of For a town ot 200 people elects a representative to every third Places of more than 600 inhabitants have an addition al each additional 1200 Attempts to reduce the size the Legislature have been made over a period of more than 100 New began to elect rep resentaUvee in 1641 when these towns were a part ot the colony of Massa chusetts and in 1680 they began a separate Legislature and set up a ot 11 members known as the New Hampshire General This increased gradually until the Re volutionary War and In the first re volutionary known as the First Provincial there ware 85 The provincial congresses Increas ed in size there was n tho Ftourth held In a mem bership of This number was thought too ibige and in Fifth Congress it was reduced to The first CoQjtUUon was soon afterward and its provisions tainrd the size of the ot Rep resentatives at about tha same figure as that of the revolutionary In 1S74 the second tha one now In was and t provided for a House based upon the number of ratable The number of representatives under this Increas ed to and for 90 years thereafter It increased with uvery succeeding Attempts to reduce it began in the Constitutional Convention of Nothing was done until when the Houio was reduced from 370 to 280 by changing the busts of rep Since 1879 there has been debt on current If we run behind on that charge we should settle up at and theonly way it can be done is by meeting the deficit in the next years Such practice would at two useful It would guarantee a clean slate every and It would cause the aldermen to be more careful expenditureson current ac There is nothing necessarily fatal In the citys financial All that is needed is strict business manage ment of our affairs over a time of It we get and if the rate payers who hava not paid their taxes Department of These lee tures and demonstrations should prove popular and Orvllle and Melville McCann and Ward Rdgers left last week for Calgary to join the first ocean California to VancouverWith load of John KolHster was standing on a PRESBYTERIAN Knox Church Corner 4th anjJ 8th Street aster Acting Regular cervices at 11 and Keliock is to conduct the morning and evening 10 Boya 12 30 Big Sisters Bible Toronto a thought to Big Brothers Bible Class have been thrown from a broke Others are due to report at other j the car wlnilow and the fragments of glass cut the boys nrimber of small boys were playing with hand Gilbert who has been spending the winter in California and H the railway tracks under Anrnt t nrt 1 11 nil I a I ww rf other coast states returned to his home here last Frank Lee left last week for his old home in where don Uncle Sams A of his friends held a farewell party in his Probably the most profitable social time ever held In Coaldale took palce on Tuesday the occasion the bridge and were using passing cars for their Charles of sav Other Department of day School 4 Chinese THE UNITED CHURCH OF NORTH LETHBRIDGE Pastor 1271 6th Phone 1659 in the past turn over a new and being the second annual Congrega settle up It will only be a 1 tional tea and Business meeting of j n A Vi H A nvirfl trt matter of a few years when we shall be sailingalong in better shape than ever For the information these gentlemen have given we should be For their sug gestions we should have a sympa thetic To be Lethbrldge Is not so badly as is Cal gary we have practically the problems to and it will take heroic measures them did you planta tree yester day A tax rate of 42 is advocated for Who wouldnt live In the centre of the universe The victory of LJodyGeorge is a most popular General Maurice would have been welladvised to have made bis complaints In a less public Another glorious chapter has been written by the British fleet which seems no longer to be content with keeping the German fleet holed and battling with the sub Secretary Baker announces ed a youngsters life at great The pastor will preach sermons ap propriate to Mothers Day morning and driving train headed for Tlllsonburg lie saw a tot walking the A hundred fifty in vitations were toevery home in the arid in re sponse one hundredanid thirty of whom over 100 were Sup per was served in the basement of the school by the ladies under the direction of Itavld after which the young people joined in games and the older ones in social intercourse until 9 when all went to auditorium where a most enjoyable program was listened to as follows National Mixed Vocal Boys Who Fought and Ring of Boyville Jessie Piano Male and Low McArthur and The Adopted b Foolish Ida Vocal Girl is Just Like Interspersed with the there were presented the following re ports from the various departments on the The speed of theio Class Meeting for and freight was sucti that he could not have stopped tho train on so ho 10 Boys of the In crayled out the pilot and hung on1 the with one grabbing the child with the According to the Amsterdam respondent of the Daily Queen Wilhelmina bf The Netherlands was hissed for the first time in her reign by the people of Amsterdam during a visit she paid to the The aqtion was attributed to the grow shortage of which is Irritat ing the Dutch people to the point of Panagliotis aged thirty restaurant was BO ser iously injured that he may die Nick Kapuran was slightly Injured and three others liad narrow escapes from death in Montreal when a mo of the church Sunday 11 Topic Influence of Primary Girls and Adult Departments of the Sunday School will meet for Mothers Day Mothers Day Christian Church 3rd and 8th Oliver Pastor 612 Seventh Street South Bible School at We are going to look for Do not disappoint The Fagans will have charge of the preaching service and it will be their last Sunday It will be a big Come and receive a come at the Homelike METHODIST t Wesley Church Residence 320 llth J Phones Parsonage ChurchStudy Claude Musical Director i Day 11 Morning Worship The Povyer and Influence of Moth 12noon Bible School Evening Service The Bulwark of Canad ian Special as follows Almighty and Everlasting by Richard son Like as a Hart Desireth tho Water by Novello Praise the by Eldey selection by Wesley male quartette solo by Miss violin solo by Ivan v BAPTIST First Baptist Church 3rd and 9th Services at 11 and Subject The First Third of series from Jesns Sermon on the Subject If Lethbrldge Is the Most Immoral City of the Why Sunday School at 12 Evening Prayer Meeting at 7 The pastor will preach at both ser All Are Welcome C ANGLICAN Church 11tn Street and 4th Canon Rector Sunday School Bible 3 EVENSONG Holy and 3rd Sun days at 2nd and 4th Sundays at 11 Sundays at 4 CHRISTIAN SCIENCE CHRISTIAN SCIENCE SOCIETY Hull 7th Street Sunday Service at 11 Subject Everlasting Sunday School convenes after the morning Wednesday Testimony mow ing at 8 The reading room is open dail ex cept Sundays and legal holidays from 3 to 5 the Bible and author ized Christian literature may be borrowed or Tbo public is cordially invited to at tend the church also to visit the reading tor owned and driven by Kapu CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST OF crashed Into a standing sjreei LATTER DAY SAINTS car and threw its five occupants into the CHRISTADELPHIANS Meet In tha Moose Hlglnbotham Entrance 8th and 2nd Avenue South Wednesdays 8 Bible Sundays at 10 to commemorate the Lords and at to proclaim the glad tidings of the ICONTIVTIED MOM FHONT Programme for Mothers Sunj KIngriom of day Morning at May Is Armageddon Lethbridge Ward Sunday HO Crllectlon ter Day Love at Prayer by Lavera Coombs Song by School Violin Bishop Leo SALVATION ARMY and officers In a moment and turning Its noae Gould Ladies PawBon Womens Missionary Mitchell Trustee Dunham Summary from M A recapitulation of all departments i toward the down with So shoals of flume bursting from The seven other German machines shot to nieces in rapid succes sion and took three of them leaving a wake of fire and Coombs Violin Cornet Vernon Ccombs 11 3 and Sacrement and Administration Sunday 2 o Sacrament Ursula Klton 8 Piano Miss Vivian Pecrson Corp Gladys Green Piano Dagmar Sandquist Short Talk and the House has ed The last Constitutional held in proposed to reduce the House of Representatives by than Sammies in The total raised in all is just really beglning to get into departments for all sources during the When they get a couple of j the year amounted to The report of the committee ap pointed to prepare a budget for the coming year was The re port provided for the cause becoming ample provision for mllloa fighters on the west front the tales from trenches will be dif For all the time the are strengthening up by new The Huns only chance is to win this summer and that is showed every phase of the work in I black amoku to tellthe story of the a healthy condition and much cause terrible fain suffered by the raon wasfelt for tho success of the futstrapped in their I Tho five enemy machines forced to abandon the fight rbecause of their crippled condition were seen to drjvq away In tinhope of reaching the German lines I Thirty minutes sufficed for the two British aviatora to accomplish Ing Oh My Father Benedic 2 Home 8 Life Saving Scouts and The Citadel Band in Sunday and Thursday Everybody Welcome PENTECOSTAL PENTECOSTAL ASSEMBLY next Paator 357 16th Services Sunday 11 and Tuesday and 8 Evangelists and Scott as Everybody Welcome STUDENTS Room Stafford Block Bible Study on the Book of Sunday at 3 Bible 8 Bible Study on The Atonement Between God and followed by prayer and testi mony Seats No NORTH LETHBRIDQE GOSPEL HALL Late Bth Baptist Church Speaker John 635 13th 11 A Brides Song of 34 Sunday A Everybody Welcome all departments and culled for the farmer annearinc before famer aPPearlnB eroio the required number of inhabitants Government to protest for representative from 600 to i caiirullatiou of exemptions the the the American With the AmerlcanJ Army pn the sum of exclusive of an appeal i French Alay to be made for On niStion batteries bombanjed the lines it umjajflg igny and seconded by Mi it wjls adopted by the fltanijinB as for tho cotnillg argued IlutB tne financial end of the SOO andtbe increasing mean for each thllt arfoelea him seriously as he church work on a businesH heavily last fires inthe villages of Meshil ficuyges west of Mont hfeld ijy lie German patrols iprittnqe actlvn member from 1200 to This proposed amendment was de feated by popular along the One olng retire this year but now which should appeal to the sympathy rush American put day Marnoch took they would take his only am I going to do tie and eral occasions this week by tbo pros driven off by brisk attempted was An Ciurniaii livmh outpost caught i pouch some listener remarked Keep pecus of about the doKri neck a Hies Thii sage that tin Oerflianretaliatory tire many of landing In This is not thetime for any which wore not reulizt if hv kppnirfe at work havo not auTiered any was railing anA body to if by keepiilg at work but a aroount of uneasiness their own shells were they can help their Is But we are I ARMAGEDDON Course of Four Special Lectures Will be Delivered in the Moose Higinbotham Block Entrance 5th and 2nd South at SVNIiWHAY WHAT IS ARMAGEDDON SWAY WlStfc PRELUDES TO ARMAGEDDON SUNDAY MAY 26th ARMAGEDDON IN OPERATION JUNE THE SEQUEL TO ARMAGEDDON All Seatt Free By SIDNEY BATSFORD No Collection ;