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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 23, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta POttH TUB LE1HBR1IJUB WAIT Iflf f AND WMKkV HIKIDOI MtftALD LIMITIC M ttrttt Lethbrldve luehenen Uii Manefini Director BusthMs ttfttoafef rain TttRPHONM Oftiee Office UII im Reteei per week per year IS per year per year V per rear M at mtreftdr oftft induce ttte miners to work every day so that the pro vinces output of coal during 1918 can be brought up to seven or eight million there will doubt abont prairiedwellers being well supplied with fuel If Alberta cannot corral the prairis market under present there will be ne need to endeavor to do so la We have been cry Ing aloud for a long time for a wider market for our the time td get OMW ef expiry of pear tally on address label of papers explratk our ailhorlty to contlave the In TUB PROORIStt OF THE German air MCTrttles have re cently been oontlned to the raids on Paris and London and the bombing of The most recent horror of thle kind occurred on Sunday MOUNTED POUIOE SHOULD OO AS It looks as if tha great tndltkmi of the Riders of the Plains would carry the and that the wovld go oversells M a not as a cavalry but a whole brigade of three When it was flrsV maoted thatthe Mounted Polioe were to go there was a strong agitation throughout the West that they go as a This sag was frowned down by the military heads at The mafnifloient success of the in recruiting to 200 over regimental strength within two and the tact that applications are still pouring In from men deslr ot joining this fatnoui unit has lad the military authorities to con sider the auggestion of recruiting a when hospitals near the front wefe i whola brigade and sending over bombed and nurses Allied airmen have done great dam age to military posts behind the Oer man There has been fighting again on Ike Italian front in which both sides Slalm a degree of under their own Nothing would enlt the West bet NO DOUBT THEY CAN EXPLAIN a brigade would be typical of tha It looks now as If the only obstacle may be whether or not itll and that depends on how greatly cavalry may be needed i The history made by the Canadian cavalry this spring leads to j the belief that a brigade could be The resolution deciding to purchase successfully garbage cans for resale to the was passed by the city commission on May not on May 8th as was stated through a typogra phical error In the Herald last Though this resolution wae not pass ed till May the garbage cans were on order three weeks before that and In fact the majority of them had been delivered the week before this resol ution was They were shipped In from an outside point and It li un derstood they were ordered through a local firm without tenders The commissioners have as yet issued no statement In explanation of tht WINNIPEGQERS NEED NOT Having been told that is ab solutely no use agitating further for the admission to the Weit of the of anthracite that WHY WE CELEBRATE VICTORIA Tomorrow the British Empire will celebrate the birthday of Queen Vic ruler of the Empire from 1837 till the longest reign In the his tory of Great The Empire loved Queen Her her knowledge of foreign her and her uprightness were all remarkable traits of her long No sovereign has ever been more revered by her and it was her sterling qualities whtch probably did more than any other thing to bind the Empire together 10 product being needed ths Winnipeg Free In the Press rather PASSING Fire in de stroyed an entire quarter of the Sir Henry Newell who died a year left ftn estte worth entered the office and mill of at Collins near and blew the door of the wife with but secured no Because she was jealous ot another Ivah 39 years shot seven times at Bert of real estate In his Death came with to trifle suddennes Torontos post He suffered a heart attack while visiting his sister and died In The body of an infant was found beside Grank Trunk tracks near Myr ten miles north Whltby and It is presumed It wise thrown from the early morning chemist at the WayagamackPulp and Paper at Three disappeared from his boarding house and has not been heard of Robert a Niagara was sentenced to two years and a half imprisonment at Bridge Canadas Tank Battalion was reviewed in During 1917 he British captured on all fronts a total of pri soners and 781 of a fresh outbreak of Tur kish atrocities an the Jews in Pales tine have received official confirma according to the Jewish corres pondence The new State In New York completed at a of was opened for traf fic between the Hudson river and the Great It was decided by the Board of Control dloAiSe the pur chasing of the London and Lake Erie Transportation Company with the London Railway Jurymen assembled to sit at an In quest on John Draldge reported to have been killed In West but the supposed fatality was found to have not Lack of white seamen on the Paci fic coast has forced the British au thorities to arrange for the manning of the Munitions Boards wooden steamships by Chinese While playing near his home last Bennie aged 7 years of was struck by an after pleading guilty to unlawfully j automobile owned by having eight sacks of flour and 52 ceses of pork and beans hidden in a Instead of going to the money mar ket in the usual way to raise a the City of Quebec Invited its Hoaru and seriously He was rushed to the Toronto General Hospital where it was found ho had a fractured A Brockville who was sent Kingston penitentiary forrob zens to open their money and i distinguished himself as a dls they The amount bought was appearing artist by swallowing sixty In a few days was shirt Intense pain secured and all returns are not in ana a doctor was called who prov A feature of the loan is the fact j ed an expert In hunting the that its success is largely due to the and relief was soon given the am action of the working men and who apparently is ing who sought this way of Investing their George one of the pioneers none the worse for his The Wisconsin Loyalty Legion in Milwaukee filed petitions bearing of Bruce died at Cargill at the thousands of of Wisconsin age of 92 He had lived In the citizens asking for the expulsion from locality since was a Conserva the United States Senate of Senator tivo In politics and an Anglican in Robert M Tha petitions te Poems entitled Mothers What J5o Babies and thints thai Make Soldier wijfeleeilntjf The evidence of Temples and Temple Building to truthfulness of the Latter Day work was the liftf topic ot a vert Interesting At thle service the choir rendered tho anthem Praisethe Lord as the clos ing nmnber and It was greatly apprec At the crowded afternoon service representing the in behalf of the nod Triangle aforceful address which was listened to with M he explained that all the funds col lected in the country districts were DECLAKED wtf After three divi ant protracted the House 1ms of the Yukon election The last report of the committee on privileges nn1 elections concurred and It wns decided that the military votes cant overseas are properly applicable to the respec tive candidates to whom they have been This means that the the approved government candidate In the used for our Canadian boys at the Wood yesterday afternoon for the Atkins also made purpose organizing the campaign appeal for the support of the In aid of the lied Triangle Fund of Navy League whtch woufd hold its j the organisation meeting on June 2nd the district Hugh Brown as an offleer j toid of how the province was divided Who had witnessed the good work ofjlnto country districts and tlmt the on the battle front j three Calgnvy and at the training camps in Great 1 ana Lethbrldge separate units Britain and in told the large ln tni8 design for this audience that this was the organlzaj gollth portion tpas to effect organiza tion that most directly reached the tions here and at MaRra th and Ray boys In the lighting Over j from these centres working the There religious distinctions were all j 8urroundlng The meaning forgotten in a sense and they were j of the emblem tho triangle was ex comrades in As a people we plained and tho great work being were the best trained and therefore the best prepared for this lesson of was our President Wood presented the list done for tho soldiers in this labor of developing the the mental and the pslritual and thus keeping up the high morale of our forces at of church officers for the vote of the the front was very strikingly brought conference and exhorted our boys grapple to their to of home and its ties as a shield against evil O Love a duet was rendered by Smith and Joseph Record of Utah The election of local officers result ed in the unanimous support of UK following President or Coombs Wal ter Low A I general committee wns nlao named President Grant gave the record of as follows Utah upon the Victory Bohd i Martin wherein at every issue the state had far exceeded Its The grudgingly advises people to lay in a stock ot Alberta coal without At the same Urns It unburdens itself of the following on The Price of Everyone aware that the trans lation of onehalf of the Winnipeg householders usual supply of anthra1 cite coal Into its equivalent in soft ImpliM the of a larger quantity of the In ob taining a monopoly ot onohalE of Winnipegs coal at the very and of the larger proportion still of the demands of the population j to the west of the western coal operators will secure a market only by the extent of theft In this market they will be protected from j essential that western coal consumers should have an absolute guarantee that the prices they are compelled to pay for western coal should be the lowest consistent with fair The western mine operators of be required to bear in come and excess profits He was a prominent Orange man in his time and was member of the society for 76 He was a brother of the late Thomas who for 30 years was supreme secretary of tha Grand Lodge of British North which were filed with the Senate Committee on Privileges and Elec object tp Lafollettes presence In the Senate on account of the war and assert that his actions have re flected in the reputation of Wiscon sin as a patriotic AI ILL ATTENDED Berber Grant Addresses large Congregations at Various Sessions that whn the crisis of 1914 came the But that fact hardly meets the con colonies sprang to the aid of Motherland in the great battle for ditlons which ara being Tha burden of higher coal prices does not operate It affecU the poor It is the rtemory of good man more than the rich It bears Queen Victoria which has always kept hardly on the fathers of It id the colonies close to the Mother oftset b specific taxation The Empire owes much of its greitnessto and it is fitting come and excess however that one of the outstanding holidays heavyz cannot compensate the depea of the year ehould be set apart to re dents of soldiers living on their sep vere her THE TITLE DEBATE AT Union Government had a narrow j aration allowance and assigned I and the pensioned soldiers widows j and returned soldiers for the loss of j income caused1 by these Indirect 1m Rational revenue is highly de slrabla and does undoubtedly give i some relief from taxation to the less from squeak on the title debate the other weaUhy oUB8M when and while the vote was favor the profits producedx by war able to the Government the sentiment expressed by those who took part in the debate was stronglythat the cus tom of granting even thoia which are not might well be abolished so far as Canada Is con It would have been foolish to have defeated the Government on such a question at this time when the war Is the important But at the same time it will be well If Sir Robert Borden carries with him a proper view of the whole question of titlee in when he goee to the Im perial it is under the matter will be Canadians have spoken In no uncer tain voice their mind on the title And the people have u right to be THIE AUBERTA COAL coal aided by the Provincial are about to launch a publicity campaign to edu cate residents of Saskatchewan and the latter province partic M to toe necessity of using coal the coming and lie absolute necessity of storing U Barly in season that there may be po railway congestion next fail the wheat movement But high prices for coal and thenecessaries of Ufa cause im poverishment which cannot be offset The western mine operators have gained a considerable advantage over their natural It may even be that they will even succeed in re taining some large portion of the market which has been opened to them by abnormal conditions after those conditions have ceased to oper If they will be anxious not to kill the goose which lays tha golden And during the continuance ot the conditions which have rendered their quaaimonopoly necessary they will doubtless be prepared to satisfy the fuel controller and the public that the prices they place upon their product are as low as they can tie fairly taking into account the magnitude of the aales assured In any the consumer who haa no choice but to buy western must be guaranteed that prices are reasonable and The Free will feel j better when it knows that the price of coal Is fixed by the both regards what the mine oper ators may charge and the deal ers may The operators are not in a position to benefit by the monopoly which was created by the not by the Tlie plan is a good Muck can done by a properly conducted pub licity Campaign as many campaigns 4uriug tbfc war have It will bo u wo are and if GET INCREASE May Quebec ship laborers ave been given uu increase in wages as follows Ship laborers from lit a day hatch men from to a The scale per hour accordingly is rained from 50 to cents per Each baked potato that you 4 fill thu fiuiuiiAvHu From Our Own CorrMpondent May of the beat attended conferences of the people of the Alberta Stake was concluded on Sunday The weather and roada permitted all the auto owners to be present who desired to At the opening session over six hundred people were present and this on Saturday over 850 at the afternoon service and on Sun day afternoon the Tabernacle could not seat the audience of some people of whom nearly 150 must have been Wood presided at all the sessions and as usual the musical numbers were especially The report of the Stake conditions was made by the first speaker at the Sat urday Williams and the general conditions were shown to be very Susa of the general board and also editor Of the Society magazine was the next speak and a very instructive showing the progress In all organiza tions among women since 1842 when the first Relief Society came Into ex istence with eighteen membeiy was listened to with marked 80 Years Experience Our oldest Rhoda Hln first councillor in the Belief Societies of this by special re quest related her for the 80 years of her membership in the having been baptized at eight years of age in the Mississippi River by the Latter Day Geneal ogical work and the necessity for the people here to gather up tlje lata con cerning their dead progenitors as a preparation tor their Temple work was the theme of Elizabeth Me also of tha General Board ot tho Relief Since this work had been taken up by the Relief Soc ieties our temples had been Musical numbers were rendered by Bcott Brown and Miss Owen Whispering Hope being the title of their duet and by Miss Jos ephine Leavltt ot Glenwopd who gave a soprano Afternoon Service At the afternoon service the floral decorations supplied ly James Leadbetter were the occasion of favor ab DUc3 paid a licit tribute to toe ladles of the Relief and the work thsy were doing as wull as to our boys Going and Gone to fight for Patriarch Hlnman reported the High Priests Quorum of 188 mem bers and deplored tUp loss of on faithful member Ulackraore who dle4 III Wood requested all the boys recently called to the polors to come forward 1ruui thu audtyiupu iiouie fifteen who were present responded and were seated In the circle to the eft of the Grants Address President Heber at Grant then ad dressed the conference dwelling on he loyalty of the Saints in their past history and telling ot the splendid response to the call for men and money in the state of He gave in incident concerning the Mormon boys in one of the great training The death ot a young sold er occurred and there was no Ohap ain The officer in charge enquired if there were any Mormon boys six stepped forward Ton comrades of thls young man know how to to sing and to it Is my wish that you conduct a burial service for the And these young men acquitted them selves with credit in performing the last sad rites for their fellow In this call ofth4 young men from our Canadian he exhort ed every youth who Vent forth to live his religion daily and each one who did so would be a living sermon to his Beautiful a was given by Lexle Burton and and a violin solo entitled character of the foe we had in Ger many was very forcefully portrayed Cahoon nnd It was as well as the attitude of the Canadian decided to have a three day drive on and the American peoples who were fighting for world wide liberty for our fellow men in all countries and Miss Ruby Parrish gave the One Fleeting Hour very pleasantly and the choir followed with the an them Harken Unto My A fine musical procram was render ed at the evening the num bers comprising The Bridge by a piano solo by Smith Battle Ode by a mixed chorus of vwelve voices under Frank Laynes direction a ladies quartette rendering When the Little Ones Say Good by Misses Laida Bessie Lilly Bates and Winona and he choir singing the High n the Mountain and The lumber President Grant in illustrating the esult of Persistency which was his vening also sang The Flag Without a Organization For Red Triangle A representative gathering of the justness men and church people in luding a half doen ladies met by appointment in the office of afld 29th nM to the motnhers of the Keneml commit tee go out on Sunday the 26th and gnntze the country districts for this Success cannot be denied sucfi a as especially with the strong organization above named to carry on the Meetings will be held on bj momburs of tho general committee at the followlngifoljjtH by Lamb Cahoon Boun dary by Barker1 toii by Once Smith Hill by Coombs by Christie Jefferson School by Macintosh Klmball and Taylor v by Wood Low by Burt Raloy by Kellock Spring Coitloo by Card by Funeral of August The frlonds of and August residents of Hill Spring dis trict were sorely grieved to hear of the death on Sunday afternoon at the local hospital of Lens and her little the two passing out ot this Hfo within fow hours of each The cauSo of this sad taking off was perl and although every effort that the husband could make through medical skill and kind attendance was Blven the nothing seemed to slay die course of the The funeral services were held In the Tabernacle at yesterday with of the 2nd Ward In The speakers were riarch John Par rish and x Wood offering the closing Special musical numbers were given between tho remarks of the Lexie Burton that my Redeemer and tin Ladles Relief Society Double Quar tette rendered My God to The dedicatory prayer at the grave was offered A Dream of Heaven was well ren dered by Martin from the Gal braith the audience were deeply moved by the Where is My Wandering Boy very touch ingly sung by John Peterson of Hill the choir assisting in the Sunday Morning The Sunday morning meeting was divided as to the time between the Relief Society and the Primary sociation Every body sang with spirit the opening hymn No Toll Nor Labor the prayer was offered by Spiritual Strength was the topic spoken to by Gates by the visiting ladles for the Relief Society Tho first alluded to the sturdy younj men who were by our country and who had been instructed so ably by President Grant on the preceding Their mothers will need spir Itual strength but they shoulc be proud of their for many mothers had no sons who could go fonth in the defence of their homes and the worlds They not complain but by doing their ful duty gain spiritual strength for futuri Mrs IcCune referred to the spirit ual strength manifested In tho llvei of our pioneer mothers who came ti the western wilds from 1847 to 188 and she questioned whether we o were exhibited by amid lepnig modern surrounding up the spiritual powe faithful and un daunted It could only be at complished by humility and prayerfu As a most fitting Thou Aliiston Mother Machree an It is rarely that any jpaie performs has rendered with bitter voice o with morn such a solo in ou Stake Tho Primer Association work upon church the topic for the las two years In these organizations wa efficiently handled by Miss Ann Neb oker of the General President Granfloll0we4 upon th fulfillment of prophecy us evidencet In the history of the Latter Pay Saint sincu organization ul llio churcll HOG PRODUCTION It is a matter of the greatest importance that Canada should increase her produo tionof BACON HOGS and other live stock as there isNat present a worldwide short age pf Good markets for some time to come are THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE will gladly make loans to assist farmers in good standing to acquire live M1 Lethbridge Branch NEW PERFECTION OIL COOK STOVE NOW IT h New Perfeetion Dont delay Buy your PpriwHion Oil Cook Stove Theres a size for every household and a style for every The economical New Perfection brings real cooking comfort the whole In no cooking on the hot oldtfashioned It no waiting for the fire to come No more drudgery with ashes and The Long Blue Chimney makes oil the ideal fuel gives a heat because its long draft burns up all the Saves worryr eaves coal and The New Perfection Oven is an unusually good The Cabinet adds to the appearance of the stove and is very venient in many Convince Visit your dealer and let him show while he has them on display the stove used in Royallte Coal Oil glues beat results IMPERIAL OIL LIMITED BRANCHES IN ALL CITIES NEW PE OilCOTQ iTOVE ;