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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 17, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta ftMUs WStJH tttbbrtdje alberta ANU WrfB K LY and Pubiiihoni Ltf HiHIOGE HERALD PRINT INft LIMITED Street Pmldsnt and Mannetn Director Tvfifcnce Bualctia Manager Buclness MltarM Office 1224 successful will solve the tiueatlou in so iiu4 ns briauetting goes for tlio whole ot the lignite coal ot Saskatchewan and Tho Gov ernment In cooperation with Manitoba and to put in an experimental unit or two For producing briquettes nt or noar From the Investigation which was made by the Department of by the Advisory Council of dcletUUlo and attcr caro ful study by other forces ivtid ele ments in tho the conclusion nuabeen arrived at that it is PS near ly cortain as it can be that Uioro is a process by which that coal can be put into a condition it will rlvar anthracite mid do the work that i does The Uovevn I meat In case like that thinks that j it is justified in taking up aud as an Dally Subscription per veelc 10 per year by por year by per year by tor year to Dates of expiry of subscriptions ac daily on address Accept ance of papers expiration date Is authority to continue SUb THE PROGRESS OF THE The Gorman when It commercial trying to put it foundation and upon a proving its I think it will then do a matter for consideration whether It will carry it on as a government In whether the local govern ernment will carry it on as a local DEBATE VE Of IN THE ME May of the Hudson liny Railway was critic ized mul tWrndod in the senate yea Pusgrnln opened tlio matter bv ralllm attention of tho gov eminentto tho work that already had been and askod fcs future In Senator CasgfAih said seemed extraordinary that while the i Oakbtn aas been Mffcy1 of eection cnso wits taken tip tatne It camo up on a from We on privi trie gnpTefite coiin 6f Cnnada or to two court of Ontav ltary In next Initoa to government was raising mils from linos west of Kdmonton In order that thev might be sent to France thnt or strbyed by the military dors wore being executed in Plttsburg is writing articles in support of for rails thnt were to be laid on the Hudson Bay When men needed for the front and for the farms it did not seem right that hun dreds should be employed upon tho construction of this for which thoro was no Immediate Senator Casgrain doubted that there could over be successful commercial navigation of the Hudson No Construction Work Sir James Lougheed replied thnt cornea will be on a larger and fiercer scale than Is the belief of the allied authorities on the west era There is no sign of the resumption of the drive as but weather is and the Ger mans muat have again concentrated immense number of men by this and tiieir plans undoubtedly are for another bigattempt to break through to the The British and allied forces ETC increasing their activities and cr giving the Germans a warm time behind the The area covered by the allied airmen is becoming in creasingly and their operations are increasingly LAXITY IN TAX COLLECTION A DANGEROUS A Calgary writing to the Calgary Herald regarding the tax situation that speaks very strongly about the lasity of the authorities of the collection of tax and suggests strike to bring tne authorities time Lethbridge Ms threats by deciding to hold a tax eale tocleanuptwo of the foiir years outstanding But the sooner the Legislature of this Province puts the cities where they must clean up tax arrears within a roasonable the better for all The principle we hare been operating on is that the rate jwyer who does pay should carry the burden of his neighbor who does not pay or wto refuses to It is njt ten principal and is the cause of the Jimiieial difficulties of Alberta government or having demonstrated the feasibility of the process and opened up tho field to corpora tion or it will be left for the usuals channels of business to develop it and carry t Maharg Do you propose do Ing that in the near future so that wo will be able to reap some benefit by next winter Sir George Foster I suppose that it will take a year to instal the the last year there had been no rails whole of the equipment and get into j laid for twelve months the most that working but it is the intention j had been done was to complete the of the Government to organize it at construction of a There were once and go on with the i 332 miles of the Hudson Bay Railway What has been proven by labratory completed and 92 miles remained to and what isalittle more exbe There had been 214 tensive than ordinary labratory miles of the line which hnd is that you can take this lignite at j proved When the carbonize put it into the i Hudson Bay Railway was finally corn suitable Sir James said it would be A sergeant In the New VprH police hag been suspended for alleged sedi on irrigated In the average an acre In orintendent of the Mathodlat mil fieopinber Si negro phyician making a bt his face stabulnry organized in London during for tlio ithe recommended to Po lice OotnmlBRloner Enrlght New spec Across the border are subject to the f inl deputy who advised excess profits also board women Gifts to charity by partnerships A 4Posllnch township resident who Is aald to have purchased over a year be appointed tto direct the new Thomas who audden ago about 200 bags offlour at ly from pneumonia at lived per has to ship the greater part in Lindsay since the ago of three of It at once to Montreal the curj years In 1872 he was articled to rents price of less than Thomas oxWarden of Leads Is He was has Issued V statement opposing eKJraud Master of tho Order now Judge of Probably v the smallest newspaper ever Issued in Montana is the Optl thero had been no serious construction j 8UgiesUoii for the of for Ontario a prominent a weekly newspaper which has f Vkn TItirlann DaU T7o V fell i S tiicif n lia n n 11 nntr work on the Hudson Bay Railway for conference whicTis Jue t riaan 11 rt rn 1 ia DAY SHOULD BE It is pointed out that a great deal of trouble is likely to be experienced n ou the public the ne cessity of appearing at the registra tion booths on Juue 2nd when the census of the man and woman power of Canada Is to be Particularly there be trouble in securing the presence at the polls ol any who do not speak English and a great deal of volun tary work will have to be done by those who do understand the pur of this registration inj order secure attendance of thepe people and others The Herald would like that a public holiday should be d4 clared on registration day order that this important business may bs made the Important out standing feature on that In order that registration may its it must bd complete and to make it special pains muat be taken tointerest the whole com Suspension of business for a day leaving time to concentrate on the work of registration is the best way to accomplish this object shape of briquettes a binder and you can at R cost of somewhere between 56 and per ton of The as com pared with I is about If you can do that at a coat of at you can put It into Regina at a cost which will certainly be less than that at which you can put anthracite Free trader or I do not care a hang every man will hold up his hand for that as being If you can do that out of comparatively worthless coal near your own doors and save to these provinces to In stead of having that money go out of your if you do that by de veloping the lignites in your the people a better do away with those long hauls which are so and if you can get the stuff you ivant with a shorter surely it is good busi ness to do That is what the Gov ernment proposes to do in that re If the Government does and does nothing and if it proves to be a commercial it will have been a great boon to that country for all time to Making briquettes of lignite coal that will approach anthracite coal in heat value has long been an am bition of both scientists and dealers notwithstanding Confi dent predictions of success from time to no commercial produc tion of briquettes has yet been There have been experimental quettes produced so far as producing heat Is have de spite the great rewards that success would no capitalist as iadueedto take chanceon the proposition appears to indicate that experimental stage has not yet been The Governments are proceeding upon the basis that the ptoWem has yet to be solved and they proposing to spend during the next year in an attempt to solve it the We believe we cangive the good people of Winnipeg fairly positive assurance that they Will not freeze next winter even if have to depend on Alberta coat Thousands of tons of domestic coaj aje rolling into the Winnipeg market every day from the Leth and after using it one Sir James said it would found of inestimable advantage to tho people of the country through which it Reports showed that much of the country was As to naviga tion it was the opinion that there would be certain passage through Hud son Straits for three months of the With specially constructed ships the it was could be considerably prolonged from that which was from July 16 to October Senator Poirler expressed the belief that the completion of the Hudson Bay railway would result in the de velopment of a great oil which there were indications existed to the south and the west of Hudson Senator Schaffawdeclared that the opening of the route would prove a boon to much of western Canada by bringing it nearer to the markets of o meet in Arthur Meiguen will au address the Royal Oeogrmphl l t Society on Canada in June in A similar style of Mdma was delivered last year by General V Lightning struck the of Al bert prominent farmer it was totally de stroyed with 20 tons of hay and arm The loss is There s no When Edward of a returned volunteered there was just one objtot ot affec ion which te could not leave he Senator Watson said it had been shown that Hudson Straits were never more that a quarter or a third covered by floating and moving The tablishment of wireless posts would enable navigations to be guided to open He was of the opinion that Churchill would be better than Nelson as a Senator Gordon was of the opinion that the road would open great mln eral There wereevidences to gold and while one company had already measured a deposit p three million tons of Senator Willoughby declared tha the Canadian and especially the province of ested in the completion cf this line as soon as conditions This ended the hind him b he he and general merchant Burrltta rural dean of Leeds and rector of who was the unanimous choice of Christ ai hag been appointed to that position by the Bishop of just made its appearance at a town on line northwest ot The while it consists but three columns in A peculiar position is constantly arising from the prohibitionof pass ports to women wishing to go to Canada to get It is under the office persists in refusing to aftow any relaxation of should be fn CM Mtf Moved thAt ttt jftpbft of committee on privileges Mid elections be not concurred in bttt It be re ferred Irnck tp W KOtnmWee for further consideration And having been referred to the commit In f weediea the ques tion ahtmW been dlipoted of by the Referenoe a stated case was thilrt no suggestion as to who should prepare that Devlin moved an amendment to Tweedle1 to the effect thnt the of the committee on elections bp concurreq In aecoWMng Devlins the sta tutes fo show that the house had authority tor submitting such a ques tion Id tho supreme Such a mat ter was to decided by tho hotiHo because parliament n parti san Arthur Metghen expressed tho opinion that Twcedlos motion should This was he a cold blooded question of law as stated by the previous iThere had been submitted to the committee Melghen said In addition to the legal question the question of right and Jus tice as well as the Intent ot parlia If the contention of Cong ilon wore the right to vote would bo dented to one fifth of the electorate of the The soldiers knew what the Issues of the elections and had undoubtedly exercised their trnnchisfl Fielding could not agree with tho minister of the Interior that the question had been referred to tho committee on privileges and elections In a sense of command to settle Mather it was that the committee should consider and act as It thought Machinists employed at six ot the factories make a de mand for a new wage They results in lots of want 55 cents per hour for toolmak cases Irt particular The ers andJourneymen and 45 cents per forwardtor the present attitude brought it home scarred with Bertie Township Liberal associa tion has passed a resolution asking the government tofillthe six vacan cies in the customs and immigration departmentsat Crystal Erie BeaQh and other points In the coun try with returned Drugs and opium valued at were aeiied today in a raid directed by John1 collector of the port at San a poultry deaTeWMn basement federal said they the was hour for until recently vice president and general manager of the Clarkson Coal Mining Company of has been appointed manager of lake and Canadian coal distribution by the Fuel who been appoint ed secretary of the Workmens Com pensation Commission for will leave for Vancouver to make an Investigation into the system in vogue in British Columbia and report to the meeting of the board here on June One ot the best years in the history of the Methodist Book Room was re ported at the annual meeting of the book committee jn The turnover for year amounted found to nearly or in ad vance of the receipts for the pre vious Complete prohibition of the man ufacture and sale of alcoholic bever ages daringthe war was asked of President Wilson and congress in memorial signed by the national demfmlnatlonB and sis InteraerioBilhational Seventeen Torontq soldiers were honored by medals presented by the Dukoof Devonshire at Queens including the presentation of the Victoria Cross to Miss Flor ence of the tele In a letter toSenator of Democratic leader in the President Wilson declared he would regard passage of the Chamber lain resolution calling for an investi gation of aircraft and other war ac tivities as a direct vote of want of confidence In the administration and an attempt congress to take over the conduct of the Creation of a womens police re serve and a womens police training is shortness of tonnage and risk of raartled women are being sent by the If the method by which the judi cial decision was to be obtained was it should be As to reference to a judicial Fielding said he did not think there could be ahy hesitation In tha minds of reasonable He declared it was not a matter lor party contro CUSHION UBBER HEELS Happy little girls and Make an awful lot of noite When they dance and jump But with Cats theres no A CANT DEPEND YET ON BRIQUETTED The brlquettlng of lowgrade S katchewan lignite in order to the Wests fuel problem is occupy ing the Governments attention and the following comment from the Winnlpeg Free Press dealing with the subject will be of more than passing interest to Herald readers in this creat coal field The deoialou of the three Govern Manitoba and have interested feel pretty that WInnipeggers will decide that the Canadian product is good enough for The little controversy between the Retail Merchants Association and Board Secretary with regard to the appearance of a mall order advertisement im the prize shows that there may be something to be said on both But the ab solute for all pulling gather to make the fair a should cause our fair board and mer chant to work together to muki ithe bigfair a No spirit ot antagonism be allowed to exhibition ia too big a project for that U the matter to enter upon axteDlive experiments looking towards successful briquetting of lignite coal holds out no hope that any possible coal famine next winter vriJr toe mitigated by this Govern mental The nxperiinentg Iswk to the supply of the But for any hope ihat it will help solve next winters coal 3ir George Fosters statement to the House of Commons point was in words the government proposes to jgp ft little farther than that in the matter ol We Have heard dis today the quality of the low e lignite In 69skatchewan to tut process LETHBRIDGE AB emphasizing the steady demand for land in the West and the desiro for grtjater production in the interests of the sales continue to be ra ported In ever Increasing latest reasonable large sales being iitlfi 640 acres and 160 being in the Lethbridge or Raymond in Southern to aero pilso480 aqfo in KUwell Southeast of Red also unlm proved at tor Juimeillata de1 velopmenf These sales wure made by The Stan dard Trusts Company as public ad In the past few they have realized on estates under their care not itiss than five hundred thousand dollars worth of wild lands or development aud urgductivu pur always abreast of the advanced age in which we worn by men young and old who keep fit value and service the keystone of 4 price range to sold at two hundred shops throughout LOUIS KEEL FASHIONCRAFT STORE LETHBRIDGE ;