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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 18, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta .PAKE-FOUR THE. DAILY IIERALO SATURDAY, MAY18, 'letbbribge tteralfc Slbtcti UAILY AND WEEKLY ProprlilorY JHE LETHBRIDGE HERALD PRINT- 'V-INQ COMPANY, LIMITED 12) t'h Street South, W. A. Buchanan Freiident aid Mansf in; Director .John Toriancs Bujintis Manner their sun, their pcteob gas or their liquid can guess how inventions they have out; hat fsileJ and no one tbs> wiser. But at Washington every s press-agented tar: and Look] u our shipbuilding' stunt. Must ol the j cri-.UUra and dteappolc liaBuX to ottr-i seltes and Unit field. dua to start. The, .same-' programs resulted la Eventually.' no d jll' up notices, but''.dtsapyoic'.mept .TELEPHONES Business OKlee Bdttcrnl and aliri'jd .wouliiihave been avoided As a.'inaUer of fact it won l make verc much -difference how much the LOAFERS WILL, NOT There are- different ways of bring- of i ol trie Asceiision. Hamilton, is at pres- ing tbe necessary pressure to bear on enf doing chajilliii's duty at ha man who, convinced" Ibe j penuaneur.s'tpcVfompanles In 6f ..vrhlcu'Js CblDf.fiocfelary Shorns first Ll. inrldeulBlly Ihero cross flrlug between. Causon of Dorchester and Dr. i 'K Edwards of Krouteuac. Thero was also; because o! the- 'exemption of Judges under thu Act- from I, 'a'u Jpcprue Iloa Helillmj thought that be toveruuif at should this Eewipn In- t' lp .make salaries pf future liable Hon. J. n. ot presen e.l budget pa the operation Si. AC r IioW, V-us.iboijt Iwl-lficro al Subscription psr week .l( Pally, delivered, Dairy, by per year fcy wall, per year .....US' Weekly, by mall ter year to Datea ot eiplry of sabscrljtions jesr daily oa address label. Accept- ance of eiplratUn aale b o'jr tuthor'ly to contl: sciiptfoo. THE 'PROGRESS' OF THE WAR.] Weather continues favorable .on the western front bill Were Is no resumii lion of the-Qerjnstn offensive. Definite figures .on German losses in the recent drives show the casual- ties 10 lie liuge. Many divisions were reduced over half, and one was com- pletely annihilated. HritalD has for the rhoment centred Its attention on Ireland, where another Sinn Fein-German plot has been, un earthed, .this -time' Involving.' very prominent peoyle. cnuals department cbargcaWo to in- I Jcoine. amount to were pasf- I Vd before thb bouso roae forty lulnutea attcr midnight tonight t BRANCH LINES ;XARE. NEEDED, i1.' A plea. has :'oEcn madB In In 'House Buchanap', the Joca raepaber, for the construction c "raitwaVr-liaes in '.this disirlc 'in spitt of the great cfll! made b tbe war on the of the steel be new Still other com- munitles go in [or Sparlan and make it known biutitty 'tliit while a man may have a cnnsmuiional right to loaf, he had not better try to exercise that righL .One such place Is Douglas, At Douglas the eye of Ihe wayfarer Is caught by two printed placards. The first, bearing as a prominent caption "Pair sets for the princi- ple thai "all varrants, slackers must enlist, a'ork. or travel." the second gives tiie name of a r.ltl- Charles a farmer ui j Sir VA'iUiaul Nicoli, editor, of the Ameliasbtirg township. 'I'riiUe Ed-1 llritish says the- scheme ward county, died suddenly from for ol. Ibe liquor trat- heart trouble. fie .Is. dead.' Tho coastal "uiail steadier Elbte. Archdeacon H. Webb, rector ot went on tl.u rocks near Hate 1 All Saint's provincial Cathedral par- who Kilt supply u So such as desire Them. "Loafers Will Not ile Tolerated'1 !s (he ultimatum of the and it is feared she will prove a total loss. Her crow was Eared. Vnder tbe nev; order-in-Council re- specting non-workers, F. J. Patrick fined JI? C05IS a.1 Stratford after being given a. week to secure employment. Chapitau Jitthodist Church r-stenit- rd a unanimous invitation 10 Kev. t'. gindair thl, ureseut pas isb, Eduiontan, has resigned-and will! go to Vancouver. f .The Dominion police visited Kitch- ener-and arrested -8n army-evader, -who had dressed as a girl in-en ef- fort.-to escape..-He is now in kiatl. Checkroom Jprivileges appear-, tp be worth -i.irwntlis in 01 cafe. Thfs is shown in a s der the Defense of the Realm Act. Other Arrests Dublin, May arrests are Thomas Hunter, Joseph McQralth and Patrick O'Keefe. Not Pro-German Slay on Ihe proclamation by Lord French, Hie Dublin Freeman's Journal is quoted In in Bxchango Telegraph dispatch-from " be loagh anolbor Sinn Feiner Members Arrested May 'those ar- Joseph McGulniipss. Sinn Fein member .of parliament for the southern d'Miioi of Long- ford J McGrath Walter Stolen J.ptm McBntee a Bella t Sinn Joiner, Vyho was sentcntcd.40.death Dundajk during (lie re tiellion arid Dennis McLul London May Canadian I officers. Military Cross winners, Jiut'l gazetted, average in age 25 years. Eiaht of them previously serred in the ruiikkn. Lieut. Jack Cross, Hat, for-1 merly a private, carried on througlt I tM'U-e woup.ded when commanding a sromi entering the cucray lines, help-1 Ins to Mow up dug outs and suuems- Ing evacuation of the wounded. Lieut. James .Davidson, .formerly private, ew Westminster, cleared-foui I hundred yards of Irnnch, capturing and n machine gun. Irnills. tbia plea should 'lie heeded. In Wyoming town. Back o! all tlie dit- fact. It is because of the war that the plea should be heeded. Par Southern things bj way of -bringing new lawd under, cnl- tivatloti..' -Jlany well settled districts .i'are 25 to "40 miles from a railway thf re lilt that production is made hard In these localities. to'-the men women tue >ears apvand i ductile to see to-ll that railway is within reasonable reach of theml The Gov ernment has .decided that a road fms Hama to Merflcm3 Hat a dis- S -flllle be There are branches In the 'Leth- bridge district -sven more urgently needed Id, take care of the production eitaation. ferent devices tor putting the lazy man to work there lies, that same die- turn: "Jxjaters wii] not he tolerated." This Is a Irasy year. There is so much work to be done that no one the salary lising increased to Rev. .T. G. Milter, prominent mem- ber of Stratford Presbytery and pas- tor ot First Presbyterian Church, St. Mary's has received a call to Bran- don, Mau. At n'public -meeting at St. Cathar- a Buffalo ine, Buffalo int brousnt .j pmdii; 'Illcetlllx .Jt. ..__... ;ines, aii-dresseirbyM: enough, hands to do it. Aud before the year is'over Uie conscientious .ob- jector to all forms of toil will have to find an extremely secluded spot if he intends to continue his laborless existence. SPLENDID OUTLOOK _JN SOUTHERN ALBERTA. 'All Southern Alherla was visited good'rain end sleet storm, on YSednp day night and ind ever we kave not heard a word from the pessimists who had been f prophesying a year of drought. Southern Alberta needs more rain than fell Wednesday to produce a 'crop this year, but from wbal we haye experienced to date this month, .the outlook is good that ''we. will, get ft. There are none of th- of a.dry season, and that, at least, !s promising. And-lf weather conditions do con- tinue favorable thronghout the grow- Ing. season, Southern Alberta is go- ing to produce the greatest crop In Its history. On the Lethbridge rail- way district there win' be almost .acres, in ,'crop, 1m- I mense area. In 1915, on an area of ISOCJOOB acres we rprpduced iiyrly I bushels mostly t wheaL of which bnsbels Ir.were before September 1, i great record will.'be ajixtcnis i 'thai -Ms dl3lrict''continua'io .'ahare of feeding'tne The Herald will Barry v. Hacldad. Assyrisi; residents of, ave the mayor correct Inlet fwslanjer, f they are wrAcg. and nf inrAnillarfsin' and OF..JKE GARBAGE TRUCK) as yet to give the public any idea as cost pf'operation of the 'rjew' garbage truck for its first month. The Herald might venture to do a little figuring on its own be giad tp h the' figures if they are :o give tbe rlghl ones. For Instance, The Herald notes that it.-reqnires three, men to mann the truck. This means at least flO a day for labor. In addition to present' prices and costs, it must re- quire at least 5S.60 a day for gaso- line and oil. That makes a lotal of J13.50 a day. Oriilia.'and Miss Constance Ho'ulto'n, of 'roronto, a branch ol the Navy Lea'sue was formed. Directors of the StuJebsker alibu have declared tbe regular'di- vidend of I3i per cent .on the preil terred stock and" 1'per com- mon stock. v. With a'toUl sfudeit.TiodV Tiiit six and an efjual "nltmber ifl the fa- culty, IVestinintler Hail, the Pres- byterian TlieoiogU-al College at Van; couver. .wjll remain open despite" th'e married man, ivas placed.under arrest on a tliargo of hundred, .bags' of the' property of tlie 41aple Leaf j MUlim; Compapyi of Lord- scien-; tUt of 'L'pnd'onJ celebrated Easter by presenliBR evvry.oue of Ihe- sa'vera'l irondred' teniiaiits -on his es- a.ieaman, died ftoiii 'a'AMet-Voujid inflfcted by another lhe; Cbalniera'Presby- Pres- t'crian ID an action at Owen Sound rilary' -'Congd'eh, who disappeared on'Octopci'' for DECLABES TALK TOO MUCH. r llonesl confession la.good for the soul. At ieast, lhal is' "what one laV.a from reidrag an opinion .fadyancca by. tha .PilUturg pltpatch 'that the Americans talk too much. U It a fact which few i deny. The Dispatch sites the Amerl- can tendency up this way. Major General D. Swinton, cred- i lied wllh helm the Inventor of -the and who, aa "eyewitness" lor t.he.Hrltfjh -Btaff, reported the earlier bailie! In France, has a Araerlcajit thai seinj needed "at Washington. "OnJo Man's LanJ rjealt and as. .they lumbered forward. S6 wllh (Ho; If, as Ihs mayor believes, the truck will" pay. for Itself In a year, .this means an extra amount added on to cover this cost. -The-truck cost 300. There-are :300 working days In the ytar, roughly speaking. This ineane a charge of JH a ing-the total cist of 'the; operation of the truck to 127.50 a day. The old' system of garbage collec- tion required four horses and-carts at a total cost of a day. Bui Ihe new truck takes the place ot only three of these carls, so lhal Ihe cost of the one horse and cart slill re- quired to do th'e would brl_ng Ihe cost- oi tbi present system up to J33.60 a day, or JD.60 more than the I ordered 4 new body tor. the .truck, In tie hope thai the truck will then So able lo work of ail toiir carts of Ibe old system. In this csso, he new system wo'uld cost day, or more than Ihe old ays- em, that Is, of course, figuring tbe cost of the truck to be cleared ;up in one year. But if Ibe cost of tbe truck was spread over for three years, U ould reduce the dally1 cost to J33.25, or Jast aboul the cost ot tho old sya'em. And this Is not figuring in the cost o! a new set of tlm, which would be necessary surely in three Ihe suspicion of .incendiarism, and damage; of {100 ngaiust Jtaddad. .Backing pat from under a car .which he had been repairing in the Pere Mir.iustte ynrds at Thomas, n. F, Young liaii just placed' foot on ths rails, when tlift cfir Amoved find the "ivheel cut oft Ills toes, The two babies, ot. Mr, apd Jlrs. George Jacky, of 'Mlsspuri, n'we their Jives to 'a neighbor, Mrs.jJ. A. Olbu'. The children were jlctln in their home, wltjch taught 'Ire. Mrs. Oibu discovered .the 'American bor- der at Stlllwell's ford, SO eouth whom a egafch ha's'been kept up evei iit .Jn the Sas- Edmonton. Ham. superintendent of in- r 10'a.m.: sj I lOO'pm.r Big pl-Sfup- da'r Sbifool' f.-. licial poslijoiKWltti.lhej Union, fas, ualty The'Policc" COmml'ssion hjis-refusc-d lo Issue a 'nerniit" for tlie appearance of Mrs. Slielby Inirt been adverltsei! to sneak under the auspices of the United _States Irish Society ot 0.', P. until recently vice of Marathon, Tfiaa. raiders who in puieiiit -froiii' of Rev. E. J. hodglns, B.A.. Pastor 271 5th Avc.'N. presideut atiil'genjejal.inanaBcr ot lilt rhii lllnjng Compaiiy 1659 R.m." Cla'ss Jlecling for Boys and! Girls. 10 Do'ys' Dept. of Ih'e S. S. in the hall. n a.lii.-Topic: "ATruu.Vision." 2 p in.': neglnliers and Primary Depls. of the S. S. in the Hall. 2 pin Girls' Dept, of the S. S. In llic esiivat-vn auuuuy, fliflj-iv's urged -to.'.ba 730 p.m.: Special Musical Service by Religious The ccrmpetilion pt the coming MuslcaJ Fee- 'ttval InVCalgary will be rendered at tlie evening service. .'.-ANGLICAN Church and drove 30 hcail. of callLe into Mexica from American ranches along tbe border. A. A. Duohner, of CourlljHid, met with a painful -accldenV when team ot colts' was driving became frightened'and ran -awav, dragging, him for some distance, breaking a small bone .in his ankle and tearing.the ligaments ot the leg. Rev. A. J. Vale, missionary 16 charge of mission al nirer OIcKeniie left Tor- onto for his post. He has-been on 'furlough, since last has been doing deputation' work from Ontario to the'Atlantlo. The diocese of FrenCrlcton hare de- cided to give women the rlghl lo vote for church officers as well as and in ask Ihie' Legis- lature to amend the church act to that Womsri will not, how. ever be eligible for office, Since the war began graduates and undergraduates of Trinity College Toronto, have enlisted in his Ma-' jesty's forces. Of these. 35 have either betn killed In action or have died on active service. About 30 dor __________ _- Ohio, has lieeh appointed manager uf Canadian coal distribution by the FuerAdminlstra-tion. 'Police sektcliers li'ave .fouad Ihe bodies' of George Fisher rJnd Thomas iltCite, tlellingham, Wash., Tesldciils who' were drovVjieil off Vancouver Is- lanOr The we're on their way .to Alaska on a fjshiug when-drown- ed. nohert Fllton, Ihe home 'boy at Frank Chips, Montreal, was seriously nm- Adult DepL-Ol the S. S. in Cor. 1Un" Street and 8th Avc. Scuth. the Church.' Canon- B.A, Rector a; m.-.'Sunrfay School rr.J 3 p.m. 'j Ey.ENb'ONO ,i.iO p.m. Holy and 3rd Sun- days at 2nd and 4lh Sundays f.t it- a.ih.' "n'cl 7.30 p.m. in ti 'j Fourth Pf series. Sene. S e.r tup u ron' the M ou nt In tti'e.Sveriihrtho-ii'astor will give i 'liiciiire on jCjirlstlan Ilnfiliiiui. approached b: thc''way of ijhu.r'cli history to clear u a'tc-w points'ras'e'ntlal to an Intellisen ii-catiiient'-of-It H wilt be dealt will fro'ni-'llioVliiU'lbfn'lB of tho authorities hisltny, language ami scripture. Mo-! of the service hour will be given lo H The premise of tbe Iccluro is based o the question: "if this age .asks of (hi churi-h. bread, 4aro sbo Insist on giv '____ for a fifih dare sh offer a All Ibosc who wls tp know Ihe truth on this subject a nearly ns it can bo gathered from Ibes sources are specially asked to conn Any desiring a copy ot'lhe'lecturc ma have one free. ALL COME 7.30 -Itev. Wm. nuchanan will .1 Christian" Church Car. 3rd Ave. anji Bth St. S. Oliver L.. Curtis, Pastor 612 Seventh Street South phone 602 S. S. a't 10.30 sharp. Come and come Morning. Subject: "Bountii With a Price." Announcement .of Christian Endeavor 11 a.m. Et 1 p.m. made at enice. hrisl Can and which would mean another Then there are other repair: to be counted upon, .now; about :lt; Mr. Mayorl the roller. The roller passed over the boy's tearlng-hls breast bone, loose and -Injuring- him inlernslly. A. Mitchell Palmer, alien property custodian, bis1 taken charge of tho property Pf 'George Eh re I, New York brewer, who'niade himself liable to the trading iifilh 'the' enemy acl >y reason of Ihe fact thai he'Is living In Berlin. The property amounts to Enraged citizens-of Vonila, Sask., a town northeast of Saska'tpon, (rnear- cd yellow paint over Ibe "store of Joseph Fournlisr, hardware merchant, CHRISTIAN SCIENCE CHRISTIAN SCIENCE SOCIETY Hull Block, 7th Street S. Sunday at 11 airr- Bunday School convenes otter tie morning service. i Wedneitfay KunlnB, Testimony lag at 8 p.m. i Che reading room H open ecpt Sundays and legal hdlldays, from 3 to 5 p.m. Here, the Bible and Ized Christian Science literature inaj be read, borrowed or purchased. The Meet In'fhtt Moose Hall, Hlglntolria Entrance 5th St. and Avehtip South Wednesdayc.: B p.m.. nible Cbss. Sundays .al 19 a.m. .to commemornlB Ihe -Lord's DeaUi, and nt 7.34 p.m. to proclaim tho glad U'llngCjOf Ihe Klpsdptrt'of. God. to Armageddon Ml Stall Free r4o JOEtiUII t because Fournler had refused (o sub- lend the cbarcli services, also acrlbe to the'mllllary' Y.jM; .C.vA.1-'-" -1- publlo is cordiftlly Invited to visit tbo reading room. .SALVATION ARMY Adj. and Mrs.'Hamilton, officers In i- char0e. Sunday; 3 and p.m. Sunday .School. 2 p.m. Monday, Thursday, Saturtay, 8 p.m 7.30 p.m., Corp Cadets. p.m., Homo Leagto. 8 p.m.; Lite SavlnR Sclratsand Gunrd The Cllndel'" Rnlnl 'in ailendances SumJay and Thursday'Services. Everybody NORTH LETHBRIDGE, GOSPEL HALL (Lnte Sth'Avc, N. Baiitlst Church) iswkcr: Johir'nac, C35 13th SL N. I a.m.: "A Son of Solomon, Chapter 1. "Sunday School, 3-4 p.m. .30 Mr, Jamns Fiddcs ,iv-l speak. Subject, "The Assurance Faith." Everybody I'KNTECOSTAL PENTECOSTAL ASSEMBLY S. O. E. Hall, 'next V, M. C. A. Rev. 0. M. Neve, Psstor Res. S57 16th SI.'N. Scn-lcca Sunday 11 a.m. and 7.45 p.n Tuesday and Thursdays, 8 p.m. Evangelists !i. J. and -Mrs. Scotl a slating. Everybody Welcome STUDENTS "ASSOCIATED Room 12, Stafford Block Sunilay, 130 p.m.: Bible Sludy on Ib Ii6ok of lievelutton. Sunday at 3 p.m., Fliblo Study. Wodnrsday, 8 p.m.: Tliblo Study o "The Atonement Between God ar. followed by prayer and test mony meeting. Seats Free. .No Colltctio A NEW REQUEST. UEGARDJN8 Ottawa, May The dirt-da- Food Itowrd IB aSVing that sll lianrfuet.l and leal graduates of Trinity art) flow serving as chaplains. Van. Archdeacon WMtlaKor, vet- eran missionary of the Church of England to thei Eskimos and Indians la not returning lo hii post at Fort McPherspn, Ihls week for White Ilorse (Yukon District) lo taKe up a there Strings. ______ Charged, with' having seafed the other meetings at which refreshments I hands, and face her eleyen-yEar-olcl when such are considered son with a dot .poker as piinlahQinHt nccsiSsary: shoylil be arranged HS.IO for-.- Ihd place of rfKuiar rnnals and not j atranK, a reslderit of ytaten Bean tJolemar) has received from the Governof-Oeneral's secrelafj a which his Ei-1 cellency Jwlrea to presenterl toj tbe lie hlgtieal slandlns la 'the Faculty of tlon during the present year." The gaps torn In l.he'rankJ o! the German nobility by the tyar arc em- phasized In Ihe current Issue 6f-tho German Adelsblfli, t, periodical ile: voted lo reaeafch. 11] ennmerales -'among-Ihe killed 270 to constitute eitr.-. Xttw York. was This request in (h9 fate of I ing 'to the tlie serlcua food ths pres- ent time ami thu neccBsily' of con-, especially during the neil.lhreo raonUit until Ihe harvest They did-' not" adrertW becprncs available. !nL altilltlprt" Ihe old nobility, M It known, lifs piinUned for Blealfrijg'-jfllly.T'ThG w'b- losl 843 momrierB, Fhllo.tbal as class- man 's-husbinrl (3 to go ed as Ihs lafier .haj :ori'a charge of piin- 888 .p} Uhmont on his ten-year-old daugbitr thp (trnlly', 6F Vpii. Wnel, ?J, mtm- and ?ir A SERIES OF. li'M'tETlNOS !WliJb .'.la', Pregby teri sift Church, CoallVurst" Beginning May 20th AT THESE SERVICES WILL BE IN CHARGE OF EVA'fJQELIST 0. H. NEVE, ASS'TD BY OTHER WORK- ERS. IT 18 EXPECTED EVANGELIST R. J. SCOTT AND WIFE, OF LOS ANQELES, CAL., WILL .BE PRESENT A PART OF THE TIME. D6H'T FAIL TO HEAfl THEM, rftARTY WELCOME 6XTENDED TO ALL. ;