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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - May 22, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta ihl^ 'lit v� 1 HAGE KOUn THE LETHBRltiCE DAILY .'HERALD WRDNESnAY^ MAY 22, lOIJ t hi: 1 iU letbbpidac Deralb DAILY AND WEEKLY Proprietors and Publisher* THE LETHBRIDQE HERALD PRINTING COMPANY, LIMITEC 123 6th Street South, Letbbi-ldge W. A. Buchar.an President and Mnnaging Director ^obn Toriance - - Dusinees Manaxer Bnslness Edltor'al TSLFPHONES Office .......... OUice .......... 12BS 1224 Subscription Rateti Olilly, fielivered, per venk 10 Dall^, delivered, per year .....tS.OO Daily, by mnl), par year ......$4.00 Weekly, by mall, per year .....$1.50 Weekly, by mall, per year to U.S..$$.09 Dates of expiry of subscriptions �p-(ear dally on address label. Accept-tnce of papers .'.fie. csplratun date U our o.ut)ior!ty to coutinue tSe subscription. THE PROGRESS OF THE VVAR. The American.' arc takiup an increasingly Urge part in oper.itions on the western froui.^ \ja.n niglit they conducted a .severe gius attack on German hnen. which resulted in Jieavy losses to the enemy. Activity is now being shown on the fronts in the far east. In .Macedonia the allied force* have had various successes, and in Mesopotamia fur-'ier successes over the Turks have been recorded. Allied raids on the western front continue with success. On the Italian front the Italians have gained further victories over the Austrian forces. western city. It will be due largely to the criminal lack of Initiative by the Government and thoec In charge of such niattora. Dear knows. Nature has provided suti'Iclont wood n;�d coal to keep everybody warm. Now is the time to .start gotUn? it out. Northern ports of the prairie provinces con^ tain .Til kinds of timber. What organized effort is being made to convert this fuel in case of any coal shortage. In Snekatchovran and Alberta there are billions of ton.s of coal, much of good quality, and assurance has been given by various operating companies lliat they can meet tl^ prairie demands. If such is possibli and the Government should bo able to see th.Tt' delivery Is made, surely It is the duty of all westerners to co-operate in every way they can to  alleviate the strain on ea.'dcrn demands. Cer- -^PICKED VP IN-* PASSIJVG rm avsr mm John R. McGregor, n well'knowa young St. Thomas man, died after a brief Illness. Rev. J. C. Bancroft Is appointed Incumbent of Shnnnonvlllo Anglican Cliurch. . Uev. A. J. Loveday has resigned hte clerkship of the .Mlddlosex-Lambton llaptist Association. The rnrk Uaptist Church has ex- tain interests iu WIniv'pog appear to | tended a call to Rev. Uobert White take It for granted that frequent � ot lIollidav.�hurE. W. miners' strikes prohibit Alberta com- i. - , panles being able to deliver. This j jr. Krcitzer, aged 50 years, died danger ought to be elimlniUed by ii j fj,ito suddenlv at his home In KItch-firm hand with a few agitators. The ,>ner fiom the effects of ' " " ' in pub-written MAYOR HARDIE A BIT MIXED. The Herald has pleasure lishing the following letter Monday by Mayor Hardie; Editor, Lethbridge Herald, Sir,-Replying, in part, to your editorial on the auto garbage truck. In your Saturday issue, please let me say a few days ago I handed your re-oresentative two letters with the request that they be published and given the same prominence your strictures on the garbage truck were given. It" you had done- so, there would be no need, for some time at least, tor any further statement as they would have made everything connected with Uie truck perfectly plain to our citizens, and would have proved that it was or would be maide O.K. by the manufacturers at no further cost to the city. But you garbled these letters to suit your own purpose and gave a very improper and misleading news ueiji instead of the letters to the public. If you will publish this letter and give myself and our citizens assurance in a foot note to it of your own guaranteeing that you . will publish everj-lhing I write over my signature. miners are far from being all alien enemies, ns many recklessly contend. In fact, it is stated by those who have invosttgated that the majority are British born and English speaking. The mine operators are responsible people and should at least be given credit lor first-'hnnd kniowledg� ot liow much dependence may be placed on the men in their employ. We do not e.vpect a continuation of Winnipeg'.-; opposition to being forced to depend on Alberta coal. In fact from now on we expect to hear the Winnipeg press thanking goodness tiiere is Alberta coal to depend on. For C. A. .Magrath, Canadian Ftiel Controller, told Winnipoggers some plain facts the other- 'iy. Pennsylvania anthracite, on which the Manitoba capital has always depended for Jieat is now going to France-every pound of It that can be spared. And it there is any left over, Italy needs it. Italy is so short ot coal that the nation's forests are being cut down for domestic'" fuel. What little coal Great Britain can spare to Italy must be used for munitions factories and military transportation. So. after all, Winnipeg's claim on Pennsylvania anthracite is very slim indeed. AVla' nipeg will do well not to repudiate Alberta coal. It will come in handy next w^inter. alcohol. drinking wod THE DANGERS OF A PREMATURE PEACE. Believing that the Germans will fail on their western offensive, the next great blow of which is likely to fall at any minute, the Allies are telling their people to beware of a new Hun peace offensive the follow the failure. Ex-President Roosevelt, discussing I the dangers of a premature peace, strikes the nail on the head, as he go often does, when he aays "Let us never forget that no promise Gar-mans make can be trusted." If the world, remembering Belgium, will are scraps ot paper, then there is no danger ot a premature peace, no matter how insistent the Httn peace offensive. Continuing the discussion, Roosevelt declares: There are strong indications that Germany may be prepared, it' she without changing a jot or tittle of it. j now falls on the western front, to 1 shall be glad to reply to your ir- abandon all that for which she has regular and' untruthful representa-i f�?'f'l^^,i^^ ^^^^^^^^ tion about the auto garbage truck. The Drayton Presbyterian Church gave a hearty and unanimous 6all to T. 'W. Millii. B.A., of Dornoclc. The salary is l$l,;0O and manse. Provincial aid for the breeding ot pure-bred horses was soijgbt tty a deputation of Ontario horse breeders before Sir WIUiBm Hearst. Rftn down by a motor car at Toronto, .Mrs. Thos. Pergugon guttered scalp wounds and a frac'tured elbow and ankle. Rev. Wm. Trevett, Church of Bag-land missionary to China, U n'etum-ing to his field ot work in August. Mrs. Trevett and their little daughter will go with him, Rev. J. J. Roes, ot James Street Baptist Church, Hamilton, h*s received and accepted an Invitation to become pastor ot the Sacoad Baptist Church, Chicago, IU. Rev. A. A. Hovey, who a few weeks ago was called to Gait Baptist Church has accepted the call and expected to begin his new duties on Sunday, June 9th. The contract for construction of a nickel and copper refining plant at Deschenes, Que., tor the Britlsh-.-^m-orican Nickel Corporation calls tor its completion before the snow falls."}' Trustees ot St. Aiban'g Church, Silver Creek, N.Y., extended a call to Rev. John Anson McCausland of Toronto, to accept the pastort^te ot that church. ,Fred Kornop, three ye�rs old, of Montreal, was fatjUIy injured by a Grand Trunk shunting engine at a siding and died in the Western Hospital. The announcement that the bishops ot the Scottfsh Church are unanimously in favor of opening the membership of the Representative Church Coun-cil to women is an interesting "sign j of the times." George C. Clark, a waichman at Connaught tunnel, near Bevelstoke, was killed In the tunnel. The moet probable cause was that a small rock also remember that German promises i f^ueu from the root of the tun- Yours truly, W. D. L. HARDIE, Mayor. It Mayor Hardie will refer to page 3 of the issue of The Herald ot Wednesday. May l.jth, he v,-ill tlnd the two letters he refers to above. The that In middle Europe and in the east there is no Interference with her. In other words, she would be prepared ],to give back Aleace and Lorraine to France, to give Itallo-Austria to ^aly, to give Luxemburg to Belgium, and to let ,the Allies keep the colonies they have conquered, on condition that heri| dominance in Russia and In the Balkans, her dominance ot the subject ....wo "-people of Aust;ia\through the Aus- � mayor IS just five days late in his ac- trian Hapsburgs. and her dominance of western Asia through her vassal . cusatiou. And further, The Herald invites Mayor Hardie to name a single, solitary, specific instance In -which The }J�rald has failed to publish letters lie has sent to the Herald under his own signature. The mayor is very fond of accusing Tiie Herald of "garbling" his statements. Let ua assure him we will not garble any statement he may care to send us showing wherein 6tir figures, published . Saturday, i dealing with the coat of ; sarbago truck operation, are wrong. nel and struck him on the* head. Mr. J. A. Rowland, for the past two years manager of the Royal Bank, Tweed, was presentoronto Saturday night takes up the cudgels on behaU ot the Alberta -coal-mining industry which has been � the subject ot attack by the Winni-i^peg papers since it was learned the ,-,oity ot Winnipeg would have to de-;j)vaA principally on Alberta coal dur-|jijg the coming winter. This is the jway the Saturday Night sizes up the 'IVlnnlpoff opposition to the scheme: " The amazing manner in which so awny CanadlanB readily express lack of faith in this country's ability to '> iitand more on Its own feet through tbo (development of our own rich QStural raaources is pathetic. The fuel altmitlou is a case in point. (iWJnoJpeir is becoming bysterical ' 't)f%(ix the posBibiUty of a coal famine �tet wipter, due to the proposed em-^arso an Pennsylvania anthracite. J^ftnUoba's fuel administrator has r9n Koae ao far as to court further ))iriteria-, by. stating tjutt .neitber he Vor��ybody'6'ls9 In Canada can guarantee Winnipeg an adequi^te supply of bard coal fyr aext winter. Would not i)le more sensible course be to do la^ia "c^'t be done" shouting from boHMtops and set about arranging for as many substitutes aa I>o*-flUd^ I^^*" *� fi**' '�mlne next wfttter, In Winnipeg or any other state. Turkey, should be left undisturbed. To the average American, and probably to the average Englishman and Frenchman, there la much that Is alluring in such a program. , It might be urged as a method of stopping the frightful slaughter ot war, while securing every purpose for which the ^ free peoples who still tight are fighting. Yet ik would be infinitely bet-j ter that this war were carried on to the point of exhaustion than that we yfSld to such terms. Such terms would mean the definite j establishment of German's military ascendancy on a scale never hitherto approached In the civilized -world. It would mean that perhaps within a dozen years, certainly within the lifetime of the ivery men now fighting this war. this country and the other free countries would have to choose between bowing' their necks to the German yoke or else go Into another war under conditions far more disadvantageous to them. A premature and Inconclusive peace now would spell ruin, for the world, just as In 1664 a premature and incon-clusiva peace -ir'-i.ld have spelled ruin to the United States, and in the present Instance the United States would share the ruin ot the rest ot the fre^ peoples ot mankind. Concluding his article Bx-Presldent Rposevelt sets a high aim for the Allies when he says; We must guard against any slackening ot eflort. Wo must refuse to accept any premature peace or peace other than the peace of overwhelming victory. We' must secure such complete freedom for the people ot central Europe and wia^tern-Asia as will whatter tor-' ever the throaj. of Gorman world domination, Our honorable obligations to our alUqs, our loyalty to our own national principles, the need to protect our American neighbors, the need to defend 6ur own land and people and our hopps for the peace and happiness of our ctiUdion's children all forbid ns to accept an ignoble and Inconclusive peace CROSS KEEPS UP Cardston, May 21.-Our Red Cross workers have excelled themselves since tlfo month of May came in and the supplies sent fiway have exceeded in value and number, by far, any shipments that have yet been made In the history of the Red Cross in this district. The last shipment left at the end of April and. the following shipment was, made on May 10th, viz: Sheets 24, flannel binders 50, � triangular slings 110, P. P. bags 90, day shirts 5, B. P. Covers .90, nurse aprons 4, cotton binders 18Q, surglpal gowns 14, pillow Blips 150, operating stockings IS, M. T. bandages 5, operation covers 10, bed socks 4, T-bandages 100, fomentation wringers SO, pyjama suits 17, day socks 24 pairs; total 955. The ladles' committees arfi as busy as bees, or wo had better say ants for wo have record later'about the bees. Sell Their Products One of the Red Cross items ot greatest Interest, this.last week, 'was the sale on Saturday by the Second Ward Beehive Girls, of products and work that they had gathered and made themselves. The sale lasted but a day and netted the fine sui}) Qt �76.00 to the -fiociety which is a splendid showing by a club 9( lead Ilallfax^ Health Board decided to order a general vaccination^ as a precaution. �Montreal will require this year |13,-fi00,l!54 to carry on tlio city's business. ^ A small brass brooch was found in the stomach of a cod fish recently caught in the Firth of Forth. Miss Clarudo Howell, 35 years old, \felghlng 611 pounds, and appearing In a sideshow with a circus, died iij Sedalio, Mo. Hnmlsh McDonald, Toronto, was arrested for not leaving his work to attend court to answer a charge of being without useful employment. Ot 236,490 pounds of food destroyed in Toronto between April 4 and 29. the greater part was lost through freezing" In transportation. James H. Hart, SS years ot age, and Miss Kate Wolf, IS years ot age, were married In New York by Deputy City Clerk James V. Sculley. Up to the present time twenty-nlna men from Canada have won the Victoria Cross, according to a return tabled in Parliament at Ottawa on April 11th. Rev. Dr. K. 8. McArthur, who Is supplying at Walmer Road BaptUt Church, is trying to arrange a lecture tour In Canada to take place in the early fall. * Three-year-old George Robinson had both bis legs fractured In a fall front a flat railway car on the siding at St. Clair avenue and Pennis road, Toronto. R. J. Kldd, Toronto, appeared in the police court on a charge of permitting a quantity of apples to go to waste through carelessness or the manner ot atorage. .Mrs. Edith fimtih, wife of Harold Smith, a etocekecper ot Holland -Landing, Ontario, was found dead in her home with a self-inflicted buUot wound. A deputation *ot residents of East Toronto objected before the Board of Control against the establishment ot a hosp4taI for measles at Toronto jail. The body - of a newly-born male child was discovered in the men's lavatory ot a coach on the G.T.R. train No. 84 after leaving Merrltton at 7 o'clock last, evening. The General Council mealing of the Presbyterian W.M.S., which was to be held in Calgary; June 11th, has been cancelled. 'This decision will mean the saving of $7,000, which railway transportation would Involve. Rev. W. M. Grant, of lOiox Presby terlan Church, Perth, convenor ot Prpsbytery's Committee on Sunday School and young people's work, has offered to supply a field for July and August and has been, .given a field In Albert^. , ^ Rev. J. J. Monds, of St. Andrew's Presbyterian Church, Carleton Place, convenor of Presbytery's Home Mis Bion Committee, has offered his ser vices for the summer months and he has been appointed to a'field In Brit Ish Columbia. Adniltting that he had caused the death ^of AVm. Hall at Peterson's Camp, 30 miles from Bulle River, James F. Walsh, despite a plea of self-defence, was found guilty of murder and sentenced to be hanged July 29, at Nelson, B.C. The Anglican churches at Ha)l and Queensport were destroyed Ii{ one of the many forest fires ranging in Guysboro county. At Giant's Lake two houses were burned /to the ground and at Halford, Que., North Shore of Chebucto Bay one residence was destroyed. W. D. Reid of the front of Thurlow has a brood sow that has a record for that vicinity. The ' sow has given birth of a litter of nineteen pigs, �n-hichare undtfrstood to be all thriving. .JVllh young pigs selling at $1.8 a pair, there is value in a brood like that. Arraand Lalonde was convicted at .Montreal of having detraudtd the bank of Hochelaga out ot $48,000, which he obtained from the bank on false statements ot amounts of~car-trldge cases'which the.firm of Da-, mien Lalonde, limited, were making for the imperial munitions board. The degree of Doctor of Divinity was conferred on Rov. A. H. Scott, ot Perth, by Queen's University recently. In conferring the degree the vice-chancellor spoke very highly of Mr. Scott's work and worth since he took his degree of B.A. at Queen's. Mr. Scott has been for thirty years pastor of St. Andrew's church, Perth. Three men engaged in repairing a tube^mlUat the Conlagas mine at Cobalt were the victims . BAI^OI^S BRANCH ... . . J, BlackwQOd, Managtr ;