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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 13, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta MAY 13 Profrlttori fHI LEtHBRIDOI HfeRALD PRINT 1NO LIMITED MSeth Buchanan President and Managing Director John Tonance Business Manager Business TSLKPHONES Ottice Office 1252 1384 Subscription per per year by por year by per year by per year to ttatet ot expiry of subscriptions daily on address label Accept of papers expiration date authority to continue the sub THE PROGRESS OP THE Artillery has been artive at many points on the western front within the past two or three but there has been no resumption of the Ger man The allied forces have Improved their lines at several vital The weatlfer has hin dered fighting on any large There has been no further indica tion of an Austrian offensive on the Italian although severe local fighting has taken place THE AMERICANIRISH AND Since conscription became a live Issue amongst Irishmen throughout the it is well to note that Irish men are not all of the mind of the Nationalists and Sinn Nat urally the Ulster Irish are for con but the Irish of the United ffiendly to Home are not anticonscription by any The at least a great many of upon the war as a struggle to retain democracy through put the world and they cant under standwhy the Home Rulers at home cant drop their and join wholeheartedly with the democratic nations of the world to save demo Many meetings of Irishmen in the United States have expressed sympathy with Home Rule and con scription at the same At a recent meeting of the Irish Fellowship Club of perhaps the most representative organization of the kind in the Middle Quin a citizen of In the course of a speech in opposi tion to the anttcoTiscripfion move ment In used this language I am the son of a but IfIt were to win this that Ireland should sink in the sea alongr side the then I would Sink Ireland This sentiment was enthusiastically Speaking of the the meeting The Tribune says editorially that The view taken of ourduty to an ally and to the English people fight ing heroically for is lofty and It will be honored and remembered in this and we believe In England as change over face of things In the The Teutons hnvo lo veloped immense and surprising H is too often overiobKfd that every year sbme young men come of fighting age in Onmany It requires a great deal of fighting to offset that numbed In the release of thousands of Gorman troops of various classes from tho Russian front has brought tho German strength more than its former dimensions in any field of What the Allies nre faced with in the what they nave been faced with since March has been the danger of complete sub mersion by numbers at some ot the Once a breach is created in the Allied de fences the Huns will be in position to sweep forward to the Channel ports it Is estimated that the col lapse of doughs army was respon sible for the loss of twentyfive miles of Allied Only by heroic defence work and splen did help of the gallant French the British enabled to stem th3 Teu ton flood that poured Into the gap left by Coughs The Allied army today is lit dyke against a greenclay flood that looks ceaseless ly for a chink in the chink that can be widened until tho whole structure To build that dyke to place VH beyond the possibility of being more human timber is What of production in such event as a matter of has been playing at being at war until now except in the matter of sending a certain number of troops abroad and in subscribing to war funds and other undertakings of a like Com pared to the belligerent countrles of Europe we have been living iu a land of milk and The has come when we must face the fact that we can nolonger up the habits and practices of ante bellum times1 of the first years of the We must consider the question of national ra tioning and the fixing of prices for all Only by such means can we send producers to the trenches and avoid disaster at The administration is faced with a great responsibility in Its new atti and IS therefore entitled to the whole hearted support of all at the PICKED UP1N PASSING Laval University students Quebec will form an Infantry 250 pxRpeve of Brnnt was found dead in a swamp near Edward of was drowned In the Ottawa River by tho upsetting of a formerly Presby terian pastor at Glen died at Western Ontario bakers unanimous ly pledged assistance In conservation of fats and of Alexandria near was fatally burned when adding SUbbish to a Rev tr formerly principal I of Is a candl of Ontario Undies I date for the vacancy In tho Ontario is going to Florida to Legislature for Nojth n prominent Lindsay lawyer and once Liberal candidate fortli Ontario Is former Meth odist was ordained tothe priesthood of the Anglican Church at secretarytreasurer of I the Oddfellows Relict Association The Ontario department of agricul ture is to begin a campaign for better water supplies for the prominent Sim underwriter and brother of the late Chancellor of Vic toria Real estate exports estimated the fortune of the late Potter Pal me OcuiteiloWS rteuci Association Luiuuiu ui IHW utiu and for vears editor of THe who died In at between died at j and Mr Morris aged GO Hughes a young law an oldtimer In the Kootenay Lake yer of who is Reeve of having been there dYer L0the has joined the Tank Batta Is Hon as a A newspaper yoitng woman of Two women Josephine Alvar Strattord and a graduate of Queens I ez and Victorine condemned has accepted a position with a large to death by courtmartial on Montreal firm as inspecting I wero executed at Official rtportS said that the crop In British India wan the highest on amounting to tonsj Following tho visit of tho Dominion pollen to Brantford the police set to secure tho registration of several hundred aliens of enemy The Brantford das Company has taken up tho pipes leading from the Selkirk gas field from which citizens had hoped for a supply of pure Contennirtl Evangelical utter thtee years service In Stratford hasbeen trans ferred and leaves for Qhargte in Dash Spnldtng son of Manager of the Bank of Lind was thrown front u horse and dragged half a mile by tho spur sticking in the tons of hay were damaged by fire that broke out last night in the warehouse of tho Peerless Milling causing a Toronto city council wiH memorial ize the government to abolish the sen and will ask that wages for alion enemies bo reduced to a parity with military Authority was given by tho Braut ford city council to the Mayor and Burrows to purchase coal for the civic yards to tho amount of Tiie most successful chicken raiser in probably is has a flock of 340 henSj from which she gets 300 eggs a She has 790 chickens in one f O NVERIAL MAIL SERVICE May to tho Exchange Telegraph from Christiania say that aerial service betweenAberdeen and StavongerIsexpected to dpen soon U pointed outthat economic In terests between Orcat Britain and Norway are so gr6nt that Improved postal and passenger sorvlce IB a Thus far sho has sold eggs for A disastrous flro occurred at the Canadian Oil Company Po The blaze broke otit in a tank which contained barrels of advised a do putatlon of farmers who were plhn nlng to go to Ottawa to ask for the exemption of farmers to stay at Frank son waa pinned under his car when it turned turtle in Me is suffering fron slight Two Mitchell young William Oordner and Louis while working In a bush near found In a hollow log eleven grey per fectly Elmer of a soldier In training at Camp refused to sHTtmlt to vaccina Ho was tried by general cOurt martini and suntanned o n the disciplinary barftcks at Iort An old Mitchell Is dead n the person of aged 91 Sho n fall about six weeks waa the direct cause of her Charles proprietor if tho Brockvllle WM flneM100 or three months in for disregard ng order In council regulating the serving of monls in public Albert secre tarytreasurer of the Methodist Army and NaVy expects to send contributions amountingto five thous and dollars during May to the Cana dian Methodist chaplains Of the AiiJiflcs now in New York were turned over to the Blts1 and Canadian authorities and will abandon liberty loan cattpalfn lor The renuest of tho Brant farmers to permit the disposal of products before 10 oclock to merchant in order to assist production was re fused by the Branttord city manager ot the Mol sons been transferred to Bay for 20 years on the Brock vllle succeeds him at Brock Tim Board of School Trustees unanimously resolved flint In addition to saluting the flag in each patriotic lessons should be taught fortnightly supporting the justness of the principles for which Great Britain and her AUje are CONSCRIPTING THE As the Ottawa Citizen the reply of the Prime Minlster to the delegation of farmers who waited on the Government to seel modification of the draft law In respect to young men engaged in production on the land will doubtless come as a surprise to those who have been taught to believe all and largely by Government warning and advertisement in that the prime need was more food or an assurance that sufficient production would be forthcoming as to render the matter of food supplies beyond the Prime Minis ter and the Government are not neces sarily inconsistent in declaring now that men are more Important than The war situation changes from day to day and it may be that what is considered wise and proper m today will be found to be of second ary Importance When the administrationmade its appeal for more production and when It was tacitly at that these engaged In farming would not be dis turbed the situation was different on the western front In France from What It 4s When the Union Government went on record during ttye elections In this way the Huns iome forty miles back of where art now great rush on Oambral ba4 brought British within a few miles of the vital trans portation routes of the Germans In Nprthern France and the situation looked brighter from a strictly mili tary standpoint than at any time llnce the battle of the there was a generally If notion that the Germans were tu a bad way as regarded man Every day the Germans delay their new offensive brings them 24 hours nearer final Jupiter Pluvlus seems to want to get on the He Is were We are still expecting that glow ing report of the garbage trucks operations to be The delay makes bne Thfr order Respecting the shipment of wheat stated byflour milling con Is more drastic than it first Western Can adas last worry is the possibility of Germany has the corner on that has a flowing thanks to the persistency of the Board of and the Dominion Geological Survey of which spirit great artesian area south east of the city was one of the great est discoveries ever made in Southern ls going to employ three Women in the lire not to teach the man to but to operate the fira The employ ment of In positions formerly held not to be gen eral in Canada or the United but it must come if the keeps up much Great Britain and France haT6 how it can be A young British from Bethlehem to soldier writing friends in I of a great honor done him I amon guard at and it is a great I can that I am the birthplace and man ger of Our It is a wonderful antjT never thoughtwhen I to read about it that one day I should guard The birthplace is marked by a 14pointed silver presented by the French The stable Is hung with lamps from all different and they look I might they are always The manger itself Is cut in natural but marble has been put in to keep in good state of preaervaiorh And it is an honor to be proud there has come a complete COMMISSIONS PAID ON THE VICTORY LOAN May return tabled by MacLeun in parrUimem this morninggifeBlho amounts as paid HH remuneration in various provinces in connection with the Victory They are aa follows Ontario Quebec New Brunswick Nova Scotlii Prince Edward Island Manitoba Saskatchewan 600 Alberta Uriiish Colum biu Could the Canadian motorist only visit the new Goodyear Tire factory at New Toronto he would quickly see the rea son for the lower feostpermile of Goodyear is simple and convin of theinbuilt merit of our The very atmosphere of the giant plant seems vital with sincer From the receiving where raw material pours through in a continuous to the shipping whence leave the the tires that uphold the good name of man performs his task oiivmcing No visitor can escape the impression of multitudinous duties utely Inspection reaches a maximum Raw special Goodyear keenly Men and machines work under arguseyed Because our Tnen believe in the ideal to which they our good welcome inspec They believe in making all the tires This is the manufacturing policy that has uilt the largest output of automobile tires in the Gdpdyear and TireSaver can obtained from Good year Setyice lialch for and enjoy ihi benefits oj Godcfyiar Service wherever it is MADE CANADA ;