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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 20, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta rotm MAY tfllfl TNI LtTHINIDttt M1RALD PPINt LIMITED ttt fth ttrvel Lethbrldae and Manaclni Director Tenivnoe Business Manacer TILRPHONM Office Mltorfcl Office 1M4 per week per year by per year by per JIN by per year to of eipiry of subscriptions ap pear daily on address Accept of papers explratiea data la authority to continue the sub THE PROGRESS OF THE The allies on the western front con tinue to harras the enemy with fre quent raids in which they generally bring back numbers of The enemy artillery has been ejtremely active but thus far there has tffen no construction of submarines In Ger The gfeateat blow to Oernun hopes ot destroying the commerce of the Allies on the ocean lies in the convoy which Is rapidly tip preaching When the plan of Mcortlng transports and suppty ships right across the Atlantic In largo fleets was first tried out there was considerable delay on account of difference in speed of the various ships of which it was The speed of a convoy is naturally that of the slowest vessel and in mnny instances liners that could average 14 to 16 knots were In com pany of steamships only eatable of maintaining 10 under the most favorable Some ves sels were S5 days on a round voyage between England and and nnchored as many as 45 times in as many places during that Be tween France and America convoyR were even slower and In some In stances American steamships were 144 days on the round this has all wHh railroad congestion in America and lack of to increase delay in shipping men and supplies to the war The in was so bad that colilers had to be sent out from England to America to coal ships and get them to At the present time convoys are all classified according to nnd a fast transport can make a round trip infantry movement of any conse It is as one corres pondent puts that the German leaders are giving ample opportunity to their exhausted army corps to re gain their fighting spirit before at tempting to launch another BUSINESS METHODS If Calgary wants an argument as to the efficiency of tbe application of a little pressure in the collecting of tax Lcthbrldge furnishes a fine From January 1 to April this in tat was which was as within a few thousand was collected in the sameperiod of all the to 1917 The application of pressure was not applied in Lethbrldge until the total of outstanding taxes had mounted to abont 130 per of the annual and the members of the coun cil had no other to pursue than to apply business methods for The natural question now is to ask when the city council is going clean up 1916 and 1917 t9 A NEW DAY IN An official of the Albarta Govern ment has we that good permanent roads would mean a year to the Province of This would mean to every woman and child in the It be of the greatest interest to everyone in this and especially to the far to learn that the Government is introducing a new method of road an account of which appears and that the first demon strations are being held in the LeUi brldge The introduction of tractor equip releasing the horse equipment heretofore for work on the means in spite of the Alberta is going to continue road We have much of it yet to but The Herald believes new equipment is going to solve many of the past and for that reason every rural munici pality should know what the Govern ment is doing at the present time in the way of introducing labor sav ing AU10 ACCIDENT NEAR Grow Seriously Conference Held Frorti Our Own C May The regulftr monthly meeting of the council held on Wednesday all the mem being nnd His Mayor In the regular routine was through and the chief stem ed to be applications for the often sion of the water councillor Phlpps stated throe applications were including the one pre sented last year frpm residents on the south and east side M Mes which ngalh brought to the attention of the council through another petition presetted by Coun cillor The matter of raising the electric light rates was M the cost of coal was becoming so burdensome and wages so much higher than In prewar but ncttdn was defer red for tlie The Town SolicUAt was instructed to proceed with the collection Of all taxes in arrears by distraint or other wise so as to clean tip the Old scores and enable the to finance with out further An Auto While driving home to Hilt Spring in 30 while the slower class of rrom was supply ships drift across the ocean at a steady six or seven knot The number of British and Ameri can destroyers has increased rapidly and is still doing so that there are plenty of these of the sea to make the passage of convoys across the Atlantic and North Sea The greatest per centage of losses by submarines since January 1 has been in the Mediter and this is now being reduced by increasing the number of destroy ers in those No submarine commander will risk attack on a con voy which is protected on all four sides by destroyers and frequently ac companied by seaplanes circling overhead in Naval experts are confident that when there are sufficient destroyers to escort all convoys required to transport troops and munitions from America to England and France the submarine peril will be practically at an This stage should be Reached by At the present time the Uboats watch and wait for vessels which are alone and probably on their way to a rendezvous and rarely at tack a The sinking of vessels in the Irish sea has been due to the fact that the water there is muddy and too and a submarine can lie on the bottom and come up at Quite in two when steamships were torpedoed in the Irish destroyers blew one Uboat to pieces with a depth charge and damaged the other one so seriously before she could submerge that the commander surrendered with his Pilots of seaplanes and airplanes who fly over the wters around the ritish Isles have reported numbers t submarines which were sunk so seriously injured as to make nec essary her stay in CKS CafditBn hos It seems a broken caused the lady to be thrown against the top of the so violently as to Inflict a severe wound just abovethe Stacpoole is attending ard the patient is making good The The postponed conference meet ings of the Alberta stake was held on the 18th and 19th and there was a large due to the pres ence of Elder Heber president of the Mesdamee Susie Young Gates and Elizabeth Mc of the general board of the Relief Societies and Ne beker of the Primary Associations all of whom are from Salt Lake Visited months ago and are lying on the hotj Spring this storing and a brotherin Guy Bowlby bought otot Hyrum Cooper this Lenzhas also located at Cardstonthis month buyingthe home of Marie She is the HQW THE ALLIES ARE MASTERING THE The menace of the German sub marines and mines to the maritime commerce of the Allies is becoming v less week by says the London correspondent of the New York The improvement is due chief ly to the development of listening de vices and the depth bombe carried on swift The hy dtyphone is tbe most useful invention that has been discovered by the navy lu antisubmarine and it improved upon all the time When a Uboat is spotted from by one of tbe alert observers t im the seaplanes which wing their iltflit over the North Sea and the i waters around tbe British he Higtuals the position to the nearest Directly he gets this In i formation her commander steams a fiwed in the direction Indicated until he can hear the submarine along under The de atroyer allows tbe Uboat for hours U until the be has got the enemy in the right position for a then let go tbe wljich can be regulated to explode at 80 o any depth under tbe and wll anything within a radius o 100 While the number of enemy under civft that are nuuk or captureo UQEth it notglven out or pub u is Unowu that it the despite the muddy roads the visitors were taken by Wood and Coombs to the ranch of some twentyfive miles south in A very enjoyable repast awaited the guests as and Galbreath are noted for their generous hospi tality and their modern home located in its picturesque val ley between the is a revelation to all Others accompanying the party Were Pres Mesdames A Coombs and order to gain all the information possible j along genealogical Gates i and McCune over night and Galbreath motored i over with them this morning in time for the Genealogical Convention be ing held The Relief Society Conference convenes The Daughters of the Enjpiro wish again to notify afl relatives and friends of the soldier boys from this district to send in their parcels in next ten as the third shipment goes forward at the end of the Leave your packages to contain or soldiers socks with Miss Hamilton or Miss Thompson at the Union New Joseph formerly of is moving into Card ston district and purchasing ft farm His brother purchased at Hill A Olobe Jn netted a loss of lit the hospitals of Victoria formerly mder the control of the have been taken orer by the Kred a aged was In chair In at Barnard a farmer six southeast of died the rastilt of Injuries re cived while plowtag on his Port suniejf Council is several hundred dollars on the school bouse tliat has heen gradually washed John iwho walked the lonely W thb days of red men in British died at the vanced age Of ninetyone at Van Bessie Martini feight years was hit by car driven by as she waa coming out of school at and her condition is very The first fatal accident in the at Coalhill operated by tlie Fleming Coal Company occurred when a fall of rock from the roof killed Henry Kenear and badly Injured his whose hands were Bessie aged 26 stepdaughter of of 19 miles south of Oold was accidentally and killed on Thursday by Orville Scnu Vfho had been for two and a half days In the employ of Kcoman as a chore Manufacturers from Haldi mand and meeting at Brant formulated a of resolutions to be presented early date to the Ontario protesting against the recent enactment barring factories from using natural gas for power after July connecCed with the In dian Department torltu Is at bas been reelected pre aldent of the Winnipeg General Hos the ship at Quebec in nearly took to the water fire which broke out In AgseltlnfeB auto litery cauirid about the University ot of artt for the1 fourth year The Ontario Department of Agricul ture estimates that the yield of pota toes In tbe Province this year will be Increased by Walters and waitresses in Winni hotels and largo boarding hduiefe may be required to fitrnleb the city with certificates of Martin who was the owner Of Cedar Island In Chippewa and for many years the landlord of the Cedar Island died re cently in New A Victory bond for the sum of 000 has been received by of Alma from widow of the late general superintendent of tbe Methodlet Church and founder of Alma The war trade board announced at Washington that applications for li censes authorising exportation to Canada of vegetable oils imported from the entering the United States and passing through in bond on through export bills of will be favorably As a result of a visit from Special Officer of the Huron County Temperances Proprietor Mc of the Commercial Clinton was caught in the of vio lating the Canadian Temperance and was given atenday term in God ertch Cadet frv craved fiylhft Dos arid Wits Mis T Patrick at A speclsl service was held at the Metropolitan church Sunday In coftliettan with the him dreth annlvorsitry of the Eleven Augustine ordained Mn tito priest nt the oTrtlftatlofl wsrylfle at wore made for recmltn fdr the Polish lotlhfrflt B meeting Poles in Toronto in celebration of pcd In the Orftiul Prairie dletrlci u veaoe this of 2 Tie the university of Montreal have accepted the offrr trbni jmllUVd kt Ottawato raise men front v Frederick was with a dynferjilte cap when It burning his hands and face and tanning the loss of tin j Manitoba con ferred the degree of upon pastor draws of the An Bran Over LiiOO acres will be cultivated this year by Indians on Ctarderiv Klver Much of the seed to be used was grown there last and will be pens and A mine laid some days ago under a sandbar in the north arm of the Praser British was fired and a herd of half seal were blown to AKent plorteer has cross thu groat divide in the person of Rachel Uimbermen who returned recefill J Midland repoH thatWo Vea weti unusiiBlly plentiful and bold In lfc rrorth during the psst Miss Kogarsoiv Barnstort Island In lifting a bucket of foil nt the She rescued a tlie ferfy landing when Estate of the late Jacques of wai valued at by the Manltobi Provincial There will be about BO ecu1 Increase the amount of land croj Veilcia Vift aged 81 Ih New Yorl left a will directing that her cstnl be to friends and cuttlni off her v The Western Fuel atois of the Nanaimo announn ed an wagea to employe of ro cents a day to take affect Apr Catherine Vftrgunon died a lxndon list agad 99 Her who oti the same fnriii thirty years was 101 of rtgu Hi I has been presented With tip Victoria Cross which her son won the battle of PanBChendiiele and wlior1 lie his Tlllsonbnrgg assessor has coniplfef ed his work nnd his figures show i very satisfactory Increase the ti tal assessment of the it ovor greater than last Three persons dion in a fire a Three The fire broke out ii who died nt the home of her I the home of St Thomas of She was born in Howard Township scveutyfour years Herbert language master at Columbia Now York has been asked by the War Department of the United States to assume the position of Director of French for officers in the Nat ional Guard and in army To be summoned to the police court on a charge of speeding and in stead 6t incurring the of the to receive a beautiful traveling ebony companion and was tlie experience of City Engineer of V 3eorge The dead arc Mrs her Churlei and Marie aged John 75 of keep ef of tlie second toll about flvi and a half miles east of Port was almost Instantly killed by n moto car driven by Arnold sol of George coal merclmnt John 75 years o became confused by the lights n tlie motors and fell over the east em of thn clam into the pond at Bramp Two boys got March ment out Of the She never rt gained consciousness and died Intir om of the Channel and North In addition to destroyers and putrol oats which scour the surface in very there are all kinds f traps and obstacles placed under vater which make the passage of Dover Straits and exit from Heligo and bight a very complicated prob em for a Uboat commander to The increasing hazard against sub marines ever returning to port is making it difficult for tho German admiralty to get craws to man reple rates of the best of proj East visited him TheXremams isions and schnapps and wines I wero shipped to Smith are held out as In some ini for interment stances the Uboats have been sunk mother of the Lenz brothers above Larson has recently pur chased the Betty just south of Woods resi as Lewis recently remov ed to the Larson resided in formerly but is sailing out there and making her home in Miss Margaret of arrived here on Sunday 8he on their first and this has been now one of the local staff of spread about among the aeafarltig j taking the room that Miss Poster oik at Bremen and Hamburg i had Mrs Pearson took charge of and has had a bad From Our Own Correspondent May Evans was reported missing a short time but hit friends re ceived word this week he is a prison er in Murray took suddenly sick at the sanatorium and In a short time passed He was about to he dis charged but eplnal meningitis took him The funural was held in the Anglican church conducted Interment was in the Blairmore Tlie local eadet corps fired the three vqlleys over hit last resting the room until Miss Buck The Keystone Cement office buil ding has been removed from old location near the brick yard and was j hauled across the river to the north J1 of the town to become a A local Slav bought the Burns and have made ex tensive additions to their barn and also built a new The com pany la also fixing up their siiop by extensive On Wednesday morning nan Walker had a very narrow escape in the A slabof coal fell and severely grazed his Tho weight cf the lump was about seventyfive Virgil Pasimore went to Calgary this week to enter the While thera had o undti go a severe nanai operation He wil h probably buck in a few days to recuperate Crulkshank and Wheeler came over from Hillcreat today on a business Lyon la down from Calgary for a few days ot He is also visiting his maay friends of who i calling upon the homes of bcjyn who has bean In charge of the Prank Com rnunity Hall for some has been called by the Union congregation a Blairmore to take charge of the work hera In future Young will preach for both in the awning Frank and in tha eve ning in ftiley at the sanatorium ditd went overseas with him In the 102nd whlih was recruited The Iuaa towns rained as up to date for tha THIHtary 1233 Prank The amount gikad for was We thus went our objective by 3 CANADA PROCLAMATION GEORGE the by the Grace of of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland and of the British Dominions beyond the Defender of the Emperor of To all to whom these presents shall or whom the same may In anywise A proclamation calling for by the men comprised In the extension of Class authorised by the regulations of 20th under The Military Service v And we do hereby Deputy Minister pi Justice bearing elate trie dainatiori commanded and they vdll not be requited to report lir or our military fortes t not earlier thasv the 1st Uy M placed Upon active rtervice an nformiaid until day not earlier th hv our Governor which our rvgiitrar or deputy lor the reiutry rtlitrict In which they thereby required to not ifieF to I hem in thereunder in nn tilip 9Oth dtiv wmuii w General df Canada on the win aav aB given ln tnejr or st wh Mbvti mid reaietrar or deejity i the men hereby required foil to report or ing eo pouted or M otharwiwiby and by s Of all which Our loving aubjcctB nnd all nthere whom litter way are iiBreby required to takf rendering atriot obodience to widopnliiljanre with all these our dircctions und governipl wemselves AC our Governor Oeaerfil at Canada in Council TT ha determined to the power to con ferred io require tbe men ol the by the uid ol law at the time aad ia the know ye that every whe a British aukjtct realdcat In within any cl efMnens deacHbetf la the neejMlNW nwattoned In the schedule to our sahl the ef but was Mra on lith day an4 to a widower tnt report In writing NfAitrar m eur said MUltan Ti lllTtar wtlliUiwhkh he name In MruTaaal usual past i wherein our loviaji affectod by our command and injunction afore We have caused tliene Our 10 Great Seal I the aae and description hereinalter We tmve caused theHeOur L 20th April laet to nnd to subject them to military 111 A CalllllUliy V bd made tlie G manner by this our proclamation of Canada lobe hereunto Witnens Our Right Trusty and Hiiht Beloved and Victor ot Dei that hereby strklly MarquBssot Karl of Earl of Baron Cl tlCt VC require and of Huron of of pur Nob rMldecatIn CanmdaJnat withinanyclMM of the Gartor One of Our Mont Honourable Irivy Council Knighi Gra niiu luiui MarquBBs ot Karl of Earl of Baron Cnvendjsn of Huron Cavernlull of of Our Noble Orner of theGartor One of Our MOM Honourable Irivy Council Knight Grasd Orosi of Our Most Order of Saint Minnao nnd Hainl George Knwht Clrand Cross of Our Koyal Vintorian Order Govornor Geutral and Commajiaer inOhief of Our Dominion of s At Our Government in Our of tliis KOURTH day o MA in the VBar of Our Lord one thousand ninu hjundred and and in ujghth year of Our are ebarged aot to tiBoe nofonly do their loyalty and allogiancMi ty require aad imgoM tha of aad implicit to these our ntrict aad leet any ol loving subjenu should bo igaorant of the ronsequeaces which will ensue II they fail to report within the timn limited u we da and that anjr one by this our wltMut reasonable fail ifiriltll tkonkir an which ihaH ke MI to far Mytwm nut neevd wf of I The anan rtqutraal this proclamation should address tboir report as To riip Deputy undertlie Militarj1 IWrvicn If they lhu Countjtot and tlie iiogiitrur under tlie Military if they rCBiJo In hi irovince wt Nova the Hegistrar under the Military Hervice if rosiile in the Pruvinve of New the Deputy RegtaWtr wuler Service If they reside in the Cowaty vf or to the Hegietrar under the flljttarv Service If tliey reside in County Went or in the of Pkrry and NiaieWW ittfth of the Uattawa ami French Rlveru iicluding the Townships of FerrU aaa To the Registrar uvdir tbe Military Priace Mei or the District ol south of MttUwa River eiolusiva of To thn HMiatiar uader tbe Millluy if they reside the ol Rainy or Thuadsr rar the reside in Tetreboi BRrnBHXOLUMBlA To the HegUtrnr under thnMilitary Service if they reside in the Provlnwol British thn Registrar under Ihr Military Service if tfiey reside in the Province of lAew and Registrar uiuinr in the of Military il To the Registrar under the Military Service Quebec if they ciide in the County of Hona Uic Hegistrar unUer the Military Sonice i they in the Province of U aa4 YUKONTo tbt Rfgislnjiunder the Military Service if they reevJe in the Yukon ;