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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 22, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta Sttbtyrttjc Det ato DAILY AND WtKKLV Preprtetort and JPM1 LKtHBRIDOC HERALD PRINT I NO LIMITED tt3 Street Buchanan President and Managing Director John Tonance Business Manager TELEPHONES Bntlness Ofttce Editorial Office Subscription per week per year by per year by per year by per year to Dates of expiry of ap pear dally on address Accept of papers expiration date la our authority to continue tlie sub THE PROGRESS OF THE The Americans are taking an in creRsingly part in operations on the western Last night they conducted a severe gas attack on German which resulted in heavy losses to the Activity is now being shown on the fronts in the far In Macedonia the allied forced hare had varloue and in Mesopotamia fur ther successes over the Turks have been Allied raids on the western front continue with On the Italian front the Italians have gained further victories over the Austrian western It will be due largely to the criminal lack ot Initiative by the Government thote in charge of such Dear Nature has provided sufficient WOdd ajrt conl to keep everybody Now Is the time to start getting it Northern parts of the prairie provinces con tain all kinds of What or ganized effort Is being made to con vert this fuel In case of any coal in Saskatchewan and Alberta there are billions of tons of much of good and assurance has been given by various operating compan ies that they can meet the prairie If such is possibwand the Government should be able to see delivery Is surely It ie the duty of all westerners to cooperate in every way they can to alleviate the strain on eastern Cer tain interests lu Winnipeg appear to take it for granted that frequent mineee strikes prohibit Alberta com panies being able to This danger ought to be eliminated by a firm hand with a few The miners are far from being all alien as many recklessly In is stated by those who have investigated that the majority are Hrltish born and English The mine operators are responsible people and should at least be given credit for firsthand knowledge of how much dependence may be placed on the men in their We do not expect a continuation of Winnipegs opposition to being forced J PICKED PASSING John a wellknowft young died after a brief Bancroft Is appointed In cumbent of Shannonvllle Anglican Loreday has resigned hto clerkship of the MlddlesexLambtott Baptist The Park Baptist Church has el tended n call to Hubert White of aged 60 died tiulto suddenly at his home fcom the Of drtBKlng wod The Dray ton Presbyterian Church gave a hearty and unanimous call to of The salary is and Provincial aid for the breeding ot purebred horses wts Sought tor a de putation of Ontario Upree breeders be fore Sir William Rftn by at depend on Alberta In fact ront0j Ferguson Buttered from now on we expect to hear the j scalp wounde and a fractured elbow Winnipeg uress thanking goodness MAYOR HARD1E A BIT The Herald has pleasure in pub lishing the following letter written Monday by Mayor Hardie Lethbridge in to your edi torial on the auto garbage in your Saturday please let me say a few days ago I banded your re nresentative two letters with the re quest that they be published and given the same prominence your strictures on the garbage truck were If yon had there would be no for some time at for any further statement as they would have made everything connected with the truck perfectly plain to our and would have proved that it was or would be made by the manufacturers at no fur ther cost to the But you garbled these letters suit your own purpose and gave a improper and misleading news item instead of the letters to pub lic1 If you will publish this letter and give myself and our citizens assur ance in a foot note to it of your own guaranteeing that you will publish everything I write over my there is Alberta coal to depend For Canadian Fuel told Wlnnipeggers some plain facts the other Pennsyl vania on which the Mani toba capital has always depended for Jieat Is now going to pound of it that can be And if there ie any left Italy needs Italy is so short of coal that the nations forests are being cut down for domestic What little coal Great Britain can spare must be used for munitions factories and military after Winnipegs claim on Pennsylvania anthracite ie very slim nipeg will do well not to repudiate Alberta It will come in handy next THE DANGERS A PREMATURE Believing that the Germane will fail on their western the next great blow of which is likely to fall at any the Allies are tell ing their people to beware of a new Hun peace offensive the follow the ExPresident discussing the dangers of a premature peace strikes the nail on the lie so Qf the times and Church of Bag and missionary to Is neturn to his field ol work in Trevett and their little daugh ter will go with Jf Jamet Street Baptist has receiv ed and accepted an invitation to be come pastor of the Second Baptist who a few weeks ago was called to Gait Baptist Church has accepted the call and expected to begin his new duties on June The contract for construction of a nickel and copper refining plant at for the BritishAm erican Nickel Corporation calls for its completion before the snow falls Trustees of AJbans Church Silver extended a cal to John Anson McCausIand oi to accept the pastorate o that i Fred three years o was fatally injured by a Grand Trunk shunting engine at a siding and died in the Western Hos The announcement that tho bishop of the Scottish Church unanimous Hal If Health Board decided to order a general M a pre Montreal Will require this year to carry on the HUM A small brass brooch was found in he stomach of n cod fish recenJy sanght n the Mrth of Forth Miss Claritdo 35 years elghlng and appearing n a sideshow with a died Hamteh was ar rested for not leaving his work to at tend court to answer a charge of De ng without useful Of pounds of food detwoy ed in Toronto between April 4 and the greater part was lost through freezing in James 86 years of and Miss Kate 18 years of were married in New York by De puty City Clerk James Up to the present time twentynlnej men from Canada have won the Vic toria according to a return tabled in Parliament at Ottawa on April who Is supplying at Wai me r Road Baptiet is trying to arrange a lecture tour in Canada to take place in the early Threeyearold George Robinson had both his legs fractured in a fall from a flat railway car on the aiding at Clair avenue and Dennis appeared in the police court on a charge of permit ting a quantity of apples to go to waste through carelessness or the manner of Edith wife of Harold a storekeeper of Holland was found dead in her home with a selfinflicted bullet A deputationof residents of East Toronto objected before the Board of Control against the establishment of a hospital for measles at Toronto The body of a newlyborn male child was discovered In the mens lavatory of a coach on the train 84 after leaving Merrltton at 7 oclock last ly in favor of opening the membership I The General Council meeting of of the Representative Church Coun cil to women is an interesting sign without changing a jot or tittle of now falls 1 shall be glad to reply to your ir regular and untruthful Jn tion about the auto garbage Yours If Mayor Hardie will refer to page 3 of the issue of The Herald of Wed May he will find the often he Let us never forget that no promise Ger mans make can be If the remembering will also remember that German promises are scraps ot then there is no danger of a premature no mat ter how insistent the Hun peace of Continuing the Rooee velt declares There are strong indications that Germany may be if she on this western to she has provided Europe and in the east there is no Interference with In other she would be prepared give back Aleace and Lorraine to to give HalloAustria to to give Luxemburg to and to let the Allies keep the colonies they have on condition that hew dominance in Russia and in the Bal of western Asia through her vassal invites8tate should be left undls her dominance of the subject two letters he refers to The peopj6 ot the Aus inayor is just five days late in his acj trian and her dominance And The Herald Mayor Hurdle to name a soli specific instance in which The has failed to publish letters he has sent to the Herald under his own The mayor is very fond of accusing Tlie Herald of garb ling his Let us assure him we will not garble any state ment he may cure to send us show ing wherein Our published i dealing with the cost of garbage truck are George a watchman at Connaught near was killed in the The most probable cause was that a small rock had fallen from the roof of the tun nel and struck him on for the past two years manager of the Royal was presented by citi zens with an address and a purse ot gold before leaving for overseas ser Harris of has received and accepted a call to the postorate of the Baptist Church at Belleville in succession to now of Temple Paule aged tour of while trying to crawl un der the gate at the crossing of the Grand Trunk Railway was struck by an engine and died shortly after wards from a fractured WINNIPEG AND THE FUEL Toronto Saturday night takes up the cudgels on behalf of the Alberta industry which has been subject ot attack by the Winni peg papers since it was learned the ot Winnipeg would have to tie principally on Alberta coal dur coming This is the the Saturday Night sizes up the Winnipeg opposition to the scheme v The amazing manner in which so many Canadians readily express lack of to this countrys ability to itand more on its own feet through the development of our own J1 atitural resources is pathetic is a case ii becoming rich The In hysterical a coal famine SSli dueto the proposed em iargq n Pennsylvania anthracite Manitobas fuel administrator has MM tor stating he aw in Canada wn guar Winnipeg an adequate supply Woud not The wore sensible course be to do lit cant be done shouting from and set about arranx substitutes as f Owre is a fuel famine nejt in Winnipeg or any other peace To the average and prob ably to average Englishman and there is much that is al luring in such a It might be urged as a method of stopping the frightful slaughter of while curing every purpose for which the free peoples who still fight are fight Yet ik would be infinitely betj ter that this war were carried on to the point of exhaustion tlian that we to such Such terms would moan the definite establishment of Germans military ascendancy on a scale never hitherto approached in the civilized It would mean that perhaps within a dozen certainly within the life lme of the ivery men now fighting hls this country and the other ree countries would have to choose jetween bowingtheir necks to the 3erman yoke or else go into another war under conditions far more dis advantageous to A premature and inconclusive peace now would spell for the just as in 1664 a premature and incon clusive peace w ill have spelled ruin to the United and in the pres ent Instance the United States would share the ruin of the rest of the free peoples ot Concluding his article ExPresident Rposevell sete a high aim tor the Al lies when he says We muat guard against any slack ening of We must refuse to accept any premature peace or peace other than the peace ot overwhelm ing We must secure such complete dom for the people of central Europe and westernAsia as will shatter for ever the threat of German world dom Our honorable obligations to our our loyalty to our own na tional the need to protect our American the need to defend our own land and people and our hows for the peace and happiness of our phildieua children all forbid us tq accept an Ignoble and inconclusive May Red Cross workers have excelled themselves since tfb month of May came in and the supplies sent away have exceeded in value and by any shipments that have yet been made in the history of the Red Cross In this The last shipment left at the end of April and the following ship ment made on May viz Sheets flannel binders trian gular slings bags day shirtB Covers nurse aprons cotton binders surgical gowns pillow slips operating stock ingB bandages operation covers bed socks Tbandages fomentation wringers pyjama suits day socks 24 pairs total The ladles committees are as busy as or we had better say ants for we have record later about the Sell Their Products One of the Red Cross items of greatest last was the sale on Saturday by the Second Ward Beehive of products and work that they had gathered and made The sale lasted but a day and netted the fine sum ol to the society which is a splendid showing by a club o quite young Not satisfied with this ven the Presbyterian which was to be held In June has been decision will mean the saving of which rail way transportation would of Knoz Presby terian convenor ot Presbyterys on Sunday School and young peoples has offered to supply a field for July and August and Has a field in 4 of Andrews Presbyterian Carleton convenor of Presbyterys HomeMis sion has offered his ser vices for the summer months and he has been appointed to a field in Brit ish Admitting that be had caused the Hall at Petersons 30 miles from Bulle James despite a plea of wae found guilty of mur der and sentenced to be hanged July at The Anglican churches at Hsjl and Queeneport were destroyed in one of the many forest tires ranging in Guysboro At Giants Lake two houses were burned the ground and at North Shore of Chebucto Bay one residence was Reid of the front of Thurlow has a brood sow that has a record for that The sow has given birth of a litter of nineteen whichare understood to be all thriv young pigs selling at a there is value in a brood like Armand Lalonde was convicted at Montreal of having defrauded the bank ot Hochelaga out of which he obtained from the bank on false statements of amourita tridge caseswhich of Da mien were making or the Imperial munitions The degree of Doctor of Divinity was conferred on ot by Queens University re In conferring the degree the vicechancellor spoke very highly of Scotts work and worth since he took his degree of at Scott has been for thirty years pastor of Andrews Three men engaged in repairing a tube mill at the Coniagas mine at Cobalt were the victims ft an un usual Two of the were Inside the which is a revolving steel cylinder abouttwentyfive feet long and six feet In engag OD iurn you will find Everybody thinks of WRIGLEYS when chewing is This is the result of years of effort to stive mankind the benefits and enjoyment of this lowcost WRICLEYS helps appetite and digestion allays renews MADE IN CANADA Sealed ttdit Keptrttfbt The Flavour Lasts After every meal v s 87 wfth ture into the turouB spirits intend tojnit in a large potato or several am after having temlnd the potatoes and grown the crop these patttoai are to ed in drilling a hole when a work man started the motor which drives The colossal statue ot which stands at the entrance of Lin coln wae painted yellow in Chi have been made to throw the statue in the and re cently the park commissioners were petitioned to remove but they de PAT IN STRIKE May shop men tothe number of walked out this morning in sympathy with the striking civic followed later in the day by 300 boiler makers on the CanadiansPacific The car men strike at Wednes day adding another to the ranks of the while the secretary of the street rallwaymens union announces positively that no gtreet cars will run in Winnipeg after two Wednesday unless tho city brings the strike to a The Street rail way men number a Two hundred and fifty stationary engineers will strike to These are the definite developments in Winnipegs strike With the prospect of many more workers going out to enforce the strikers workers are now striking in David appointed by the Federal department Of labor Is conferring in secret today with the city and Senator Robertson is on his way west to use his influence with the labor men on behalf of the The strike of the machinists In the railway Including the Canadian Government Railways at will hamper transportation by curtail ing repair facilities to rolling If their strike is prolonged it will have serious results for the The labor men appear to be unwav erlng in their determination to carry the strike to any lengths to force their The citycouncil are also standing pat and the essential public pf which the operators are being run as efficiently as can be volunteer cit izen Th6 mediator between the city council and the strikers appointed by the Federal government con ference with the city this morning following which Camp bell made a proposal to the strike committee that a clause should be Inserted in the firemens schedule for a agreement and that the rest the labor unions should agree to a conciliation before strike arrangement in the caao of future This Is modi fication of the councils priglnal which was for a nonstrike clause for all In connection with the threatened strike of the street Man ager McLimont has issued a strong appeal to the men not to tho manifesto practically stating that a strike at this tinio will bring tluustreet railway company to It is understoodthat tho will strike FOR Dwelling Houses 5267th Street Modern 908 6th Avenue 1403 1st Avenue OneFifth Down Balance on easy terms APPLY The British Canadian Trust cided to let it the unveil ing of the statue several years agq be sold and the donated to the Red Men and boys si up and taken notice tfcftt it come to Count Von then this tht the little hail lead ambassador at was tat tr principal In forwarding a check for tO the Red Triangle fund Cornelius one of KlngBloua leading Roman said that hereto fore bis contributions to the had been negligible because fie un It was a sectarian organiza but he added that he had it from eioallent authority that at the front been any ut HEAD 315 FIFTH STREET S ALBERTA PHONE 1843 OF CANADA Are Your Children Learning to Save Money Each maturing son and daughter should have a personal Savings Account In the Union Bank of witfr opportunities to save and training In how to expend Such in education in thrift and saving InvaluabU Manaqer i Manager BRANCH CARP3TON BRANCH BARONS BRANCH ;