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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - May 15, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOUR nm LETHimiDGE DAll.t HERALD WEDNESDAY, MAV 15, 101R &etb'Dcibdc Detail / ietbftriDac JllDcrta DAILY AND WEEKUY ' Proprietor* and Publlthora (THE i-ETHBRIOQE HERALD PRINT- NQ COMPANY, UIMITEP i 123 6th Street South, Lethbrldge W. A. Buchanan Frealdent and Slanaging Director toha Tonance   Bualntess. Manager T2LF-PHONES Business Otdco .......... Edltor.laJ Office .......... 1252 1321 Herald reproduces the nrticlo bplow: The Guide taUoa this opportunily of ndvlsln/i the. western fftrmcr. If he is in need cif hinders or niowors, or, any ofUif niiichlnery which ho may require later In the season or- even next spring, to place his order ln>-mod lately. The unlver.snl shortage of the materials o\it of \vhich farm in)-plenients arc made. Is -so propomueil, nnd transportation facilities arc so uncertain, that deliveries from the Ivast are bound to become increasins:-ly slow as the pvessiiro of the -^PICKED UP PA SS/JVGr BUSY MAN It costfi tlu> rci:ii! merehnnts uf North Ilatilctord hoi ween $1B.000 and j;'(>,000 a year for their town delivery war ; service. Tlu-v :irc i'i)nsiaerln.i; a pro-elaiiris so much railway and shipping ' pasal to c.-iiaMisih u c.ioporative ser-eiiulpmcnt oi\ the Atlantic coasl. The vice by which it is estimated the cost niajo>lty of the farm implement ware- can bo rciluccd to $,",i'no. houses advise Tlio Citilde that do- \ - v liveries of muehinery for use this i on a rluirpe of extortion, llicliard spring were inadequate to the de- ! Letter, of Kaiisack (listr/ct, lias been mand from t)te prairies. Many a far-, ;.,,,;,|,((,,i ,^, jtaiul trial. I.estcr is aimer this season is hemp dbllired to ip,.e.i to have tlirc.iicned ono ^ Goo. - Subscription Rat*.?: tJallr, Celiverod. per week......10 Dally, delivered, per year .....$5.00 j Dally, by mall, ror year ......$-1.00 Woekly, by mall, per year .....$1.5� Weekly, by mail, per year to U.S.. 12.00 Dates ot~ expiry oC subscriptions an-pear dally on address label. Accept- aco of paviers ;.ftc expirativQ aate Is our cuthor'iy lo i-Diiliuue tb� sub- BCliptiOD. THE PROGRESS OF THE WAR. That tlu Germans will yet reach the \ ihaniiui ports and force a peace, is! il:-' i/iii.iio:i of a member of the reich- ; .-lag. who s,;ys that all Germany wants i :.- iier colonies back. There is little lighting of any ac-lount on the v,-estern front, and no 1 resit news from' the Italian front. make shift jvllh old, worn-out implements. The only recourse, therefore, tor those who can afford It is to plan sufficiently in advance so that no L^cason will catcii a man unprepared for it in the matter of the proper machinery. This advice Is of more than Individual importance. U affect? the wltole .critical situftion wiiJi regard to the nation's! ;uid the world's supply of food. Tl-e harvest this summer and autumn protnisos to be very large. U is now known that the total acrea.i;e under crop will exceed that of last year by nearly ,">.000.000 acres. Kvcry-tliing must be in readiness for the work of garnering the grain next .-\ugU3t. It will probabiybe difficult lo secure all tlie I.-ihor that the country will require for its liarvest:;ig season, and that is the more reason why the We^t should be prepared for its work of next fall in every other respect. Take time by tlie forelock and stock up v.-itli all necessary machinery, binder twine, oil and other accessories. onkin with a theft prosecution unless Koukin coi:;;lieil up the sum of Keginald .1. Williams, manager of the Kegina branch of the Bank of On a charge' of violating the llorso nreedora' net of Saskatchewan, Nick Pcfro, .fnfmer. w�is arralgiied before I'rovlnclnl Police Mrtglatrate .1. Mag wood at Rndissou and was fined $tO and costs. I'eilro took an unrogislerod stnlllon otv tour. William Goreoran, secretary of the Itegina Y.M.C.A., will leave Kegina about Juno 1 tor a wider field. lie has been asked to tnku charge of the work of operating brandies of tliu \.:M.C'.A. in Manitoba and will haVc his headquarters In Winnipeg. In the largo wholesale showrooms of the Loula Beaubcin Co., Quebec, ' British ' Noith America, has Joined i dealers ^lu boots and shoes, flro batl-the H.X.W.M.P. draft for Overseas ly gutted the place and ihroiitenod service ami severed his comiecUoti half a score of large fnctorlos In tlio v,itli the b.iiik il'.is week. -Mr. Wil-i neighborhood. The damage is estim-liams !kis enlisted as a trooper. j atcd at MO.OOO. The new faro schedule for the VaV\ Rochons, idmitod,  A. Antonio, A. montou street cars calls f6r live tick-i Honois and J. Goorgeopulos were ets for 2.'. cents if they are bought at i summoned to the police court.in Cal-the places appointed for Uteir sale. , gary for allowing girls to work in bt!t a cltarge of 7 cents Js made if the! tlicir confectionery stores and Ico fare is p.iia on the cars. A charge of; cream parlors after 11 o'clock at five cents is made for baby carriages. 11. M. Ilakor. manager of the Crown I'ntit .No:-!!! Hntileford, died last wcciv fr>)tn an attack of la .arippe. He was einiiloyed by the C'.F.C. for 1-' years ami was highly esteemed by the business community of the western provinces. night. I'ruit experts \t Ponticton oxpoct � the heaviest crop of soft fruits this ; year that the district has yet seen. � Apricots will be abundant, and' the I same can he said of peaches. Apples � will be up to the average yield. I I'iums and prunes will he heavy. - A cruclfl.r, npnodred In the police court charged with assnulllng .Tolin B. Hnwryluk, a meinber of tho church, Uawryluk was at'i\ick on tho head with the crucifix. Tho niaglslrato fined the prlqat $10 and costs. America's' greatest fresh wtwter ac-quatlc club house, the Hoyal Canti-dlnii Yacht Club, in Toronto, went up In smoke and flames and now the handsome building (hat was ono of the beauties of Toronto island, is just a Bhell and a honp of ashes. Tho loss la estimated at over $100,000, Aecordlng to a stntomenl made by Acting Premier' Karris, of Jianitoba, tho formal proclamation bringing tlie Civil Service act into operation will shortly be made, and at the same time Comptroller-C.cner.il A. N. Monat will be appointed civil .servlco commissioner, the duties ot which oftleo he win exercise along witli those ot his i>Vesent Office at llie iiead ot the audit branch of tho provincial service. Tho death occurred at Vancouver ot Janck TjouIbo Ollmore, daughter ot the late'John B. Mlln. K.C., a former member of the House ot Commons STIiiSNGTHEN AUSTRO ALLIANCE WITH HUNS Amaterdam, May 14.- .\UHtrUin newspapers publlpli, a statement said to liuvo cmnntited from an autltorativo source to tho effect that tho eoiiter- l.SPT to Charles Heginald Gllmoro and Ciitiio to \'iiiicoiivor inl!)10. .Slio was ;(1> years ot ago. Pf.nrliig Mi'.i Diilline ot X\\'. iron cro.is wh'ch was burned on li'-', arm wlt't an eleciric neiiio by Gori.-iMi officers in Africa, .lohn Mitchell, a Zulu, formerly a, fi.Vic.an on a 'inilah-steiaii-slii,, caiUo.rel by a ;i 'rmau' r.'i'!:.v, toll.', lmiiiirfi,'rlon ofii'-':;il.s at llo.sioii ti) .lay a s'.o of lorli.it A coal ntixing plant is lo ije installed by tho Grand 'I'ruuk I'acifU^ onto hotwoon Emporor Wllllnm''nnfl Kmporor Chnrlofi at German groat headquartora last Sunday was' intends" ed to atrongthon the old atllnnco which was concluded as a dotenalvo meusiiro against liiiflsla nnd to wlilcil added weight was given by the deviil-opmetita of the war.. FEED OATS FOR ; isiERN mm llogiiia, .May U;-T.nrgo qnanllUcs of feed oats aro available to tho farmers of the pralrlo provinces from llie^ government elevators at Saski. at ICdson, and contracts tor the con-i loon, IMooho .law and Calgary, accord- stTuction work aro now being awarded.. Tlio purpose ot tho nijw works ing to A. IC. Wilson, Dominion seed purchasing commission. Mr. AVIlsoii wll| bo to combine throo different | stated that the' coinmisBlon was pro grades of Alborta coal Into a standard pared to iiiako immediate shipment In fuel, which will bo used on all loco-mo'lvo.') of tho system between Wlii-iilpeg and Prince tleorge and tlie for Annapolis. N.S. DecoaS'ed . was j consumption of home mined coal will born in Annapolis Royal, N.S., and | thus bo Incroased to llio extent of was educated at Acadia Seminary, "00.000 tons a year, 'i'he plant will Wolfovllie, N.S. Sho was married in 1 bo in operation by August 1. carload lots. The qats accumulated r;M;eutly when oata were being cleaned and ^;radod for seeding purposes. The supply of teod oats Is large.J)ut daily shipments of the surplus at Saskatoon were being forwarded to (lie head of tho lakes. U. F. A. ENDORSES COVERNMENT'S ACTION. T:io action of ilie rnitoii Farmers iK' .MbL'v;:! in supoDrtiiig the Govern-iiit-fii's policy donyiM.:; oxemption t'j .i;;a!;irrie;l ::;cn of Z'-). -]. �CI. who ^ ..M i ;iy.-,;cnily fit. will do laore to ; s.'ttic tl;e storm ot criticism of tho i I.. .i rr.'.neni's action than au^lhing [ ;iackers. it would seem, than the psoplo ot Canada. Disloyal people over there have had a hard road to travel. Hundreds of the pro-German el-fSnont ha^e been made to kiss the flag and walk tlie straight path. 'Wa have a few of the same kind in Canada who, at least, should have their if;mes published it they fail to pro-pqrly support the war. If you should have missed story "God .-Mn'i Dead Yet," in urday's Herald, look it up. Its on page thirteen. In these stressful times tb.e humblest hearts may show tb.e way of hope, as is done iu that little tale. duction movement at Regina. this that I summer is the Canadian Pacific rail-1 gm. ; way. arrangements having been com-' pleted for converting a substantial I portion of the C.P.R. grounds there, Into vegetabie gardens. ! ciliewaet river, L'O miles cast of Rev elstoke. U is the purpose of the promoter. \V. B. Dornberg. to uliliza water power for the operation of the mine and mill. I'rince .\lben. has left for Horschol island to ta'ke up the position of - \ manager for the Hudson's Bay com- In biblical times the people a.sked ' l'^">'' iierschel Island is the farthest - i Owing to the drafting of young Tleriiert Hall, son of R. H. Hall, of ^ men for the army, it is said that a for a" sign-maybe tho custom is not north post of the company.. He v,'as manager at Chesterfield Inlet for six yet defunct; but anyway the people , years until last winter, of Lethbridge certalnlv did not ask 1 for a certain sign that adorns (save ! the mark) the Henderson Lake. � Here's lioping that as It now stands : high and dry. the favorable oppor- , tunity offered tor its removai will not be neglected. \ ranch in central Sa.skatchewan on v.-hich there are -.000 head lof cattle will have to go out of existence for the reason that it takes a long time to train green hands to look after stock on the range. Secret celebrations and rejoicing New -U'estmhistc-r union., barbers ^ over the advancti Of. the Germans inj ......' � � - " .,.>...-. ^ brewer SiK reasons It is quite distressing to see the condition that the rows ot chairs at the Henderson Lake and on the band stand in tho Gait Gardens have got into tlirough exposure to the elements during the winter. Any private citizen would feel disgraced in having such property in like condition. Why should the city treat the property of all ot the citizens" with less respect. ' have followed in the footsteps of ' members of tlie craft in Vancouver ; and advanced the price of a hair cut to ,'>o cents. Children's liair will be cut for cents every day, but Saturday, wiien the price will be 30 cents. The provincial licenfo inspector, who. in company with a ^ Toronto druggist, who. it is saiti, weJre untler the influence of liquor while driving a car in .Markh:Jn'. Township, are to 1)0 dealt will! by; the Ontario license ; board. j Chief Constable 'W. Dunwoody. of Xew Westminster, has been appointed to the late Chief Smith's place, as head of the provincial fo.'-ce. Chief Dunwoody is a police officer with long experience and served nine years in the Royal Irish constabulary and has been eight years with the provincial police. tt'oaUHT of Vorsi for f^E PEOPLE ARE... roMETlMES RIGHT. .Myor Hardie's frank admission that the garbage truck, with the prea-dnt box, cannot haul garbage at less; C3SI than horses and carts were able, to do, is at least refreshing, and will acrve to set at rest the minds ot the laany citizens -who were told,- in �practically so many words, that they v/ere fit subjects for Panoka It they; lijired venture the opinion tbat' the truck^'was not everything.lt was .pur-kjiased for. These tiitizens will re-V{ember that the Mayor' answered, public criticism by deglg,rlng that tie lir.ilns ot three engineers had work-tiil for ift.year before deciding to pur-(huso the truck,' while Commissioner': J''reeman told us that, as garbage' weiglied GO pounds to the square foot, t|)B garbage truck was doing splendidly. If we remember rightly, the pity hall anfiounoed with some show t�f defiance that one load ot garbage liad been' haulied which weighed over i.OOO potmds, while wo were also Igid that the truck In 12 hours had iccorapllshed what one horso and igrt took � six days to accomplish. !ri)ere 'was mere ot this camouflage , p^fenslve. "Til* eoniewtiat belated admission ot .f^jg 'WorsUlp, however, that the clt-IxcDS are ometlmes right Is com-'fortlng. It may also serve as a lea-Jon at the cHy hall that the reward 'it arroyonce is not always pleasant. A writer in the London Daily Mail says;. "A well-blockaded, fatless, beer- j less, leatherless, rubberless. wooliess, i Following the policy decided upon sugarless, tobac^iess. drugless, ooJi::^^^^^\tTli^^J^Vr.^'^. tonlesB, copperless, greaseless Ger- ; a^ian Pacific, several ot tho cars op-many cannot play the iong game. ! crating out of \'ancoiiver have lieen Hindenburg has been ordered to get i manned by negroes and within'a few 11 f- I I. D , ,.^.,,,t ,f ' dny.s there will have been made av-a quick tinish, - By the amount of . ^^{^^^^^ producUvo purposes about ono hundred able bodied men. money Germany's spending In propaganda In neutral and enemy countries, it would seeiii that tho Huns had a fair amount -of grease, for that purpose at any, rate. s Vancouver, 13. C, -May 14.-'\'ancou-ver Branch No. 12 ot the Federated i Association of Letter Carriers, pasa-I ed at their meeting last night a reao-i lutlon protesting strongly against the enactment ot clause 35, sub-sections one and two ot the Civil Service Bill now before parliRmont. These clauses declare that no member ot the public service shall engage in partisan work In connection with aiiy Dominion or Provincial election or deal in any way with party money, penalties being provided for violation of the provisions. The local branch went on record as declaring that the provisions constitute a violation of political rights and-the right "to full and free expression of our political opinions." It is pointed out that many veterans ot tho present war will be affected by tills legislation. FiARMSRS 8H0UUD BUY . IMPt-EMENTS EARLY, The Grain Grbwej-a' Guide, orgain Qf the organlaed farriers of tlio West, l� out:-with sonle timely advice to fdrmera, wUU; regard ^io early buying '0( needed liajpleineats. Tbe matter is Q| fuch e : > :.;. Etatoments derogatory lo the royal family among which was "To hell With the king " France caused by the name ol brewery is on the outskirts of the city of .Merritt. He was arrested and was sentenced to six months In jail for selling liquor. Charles D. Wilson-died in Toronto in his eighty-first year. He was a veteran of the Crimean War, andVcame to Canada thirty years ago, after his discharge. He also fought througli the Indian Mutiny and was present at Cawnpore "and the relief of Luck-uow. �A tank ot an acetylene-oxygen welder blew up in Kaniloops a few days ago, throwing a piece of metal weighing over 100 pounds over the root of the Bank of Hamilton into the centre of the street outside the Leland hotel, .\nother piece weighing 25 pounds fell on the verandah ot a dwelling some distance away. Officials of the provincial department of agriculture state that un-threshed jax straw, .standing crops cf frozen flax which have not been har-vesled and flax straw , which has passed througii small threshing outfits Willi conveyors ratlier than blowers for removing the straw, is' an article of value at the present time. .�\s an investmenl; Uegina's cyclone houses have proved unremunorattve and the aldermen will bo asked by the cyclone loan committee to place thorn on the market. There are 21 of these bouses which wero erected on Athol street sliortiy after tho cyclone in 1012, for tho jurposo of housing cyclone rotugees. Brigadier-General Sandeman Carey, who commanded the scratch force of British and American troops Avhich closed the gap in the British line between tlio third nnd fifth armies In the early days ot the March ofton-Bive, has been promoted to the rank of niajor-genoral. Rev. Arthur Dudka, ot Winnipeg, who, it is said, drove members ot his congregation out of the cliurch with ifsa ^ood friend: sierves Allays thirst Aids appetite ^' 4^He!ps digestion S^Keeps teeth clean '6: Prussian, franchise reform ; ? -bin. , . ' . .> � * i ;