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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 28, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta TUB LEfBBWDOBc fVKftALD MAY I iiferta MtLV WltKkV V rftftlttttt Mrt IhlUWlWW ftft LtfHMIDOt HtffALO MINT MM k IHl MrMI and Managing Director Builnera ManatW TlLMHONM OHIO Office Ratttl per week per year per year bjr nail per year fcy per year to MOO IM Dates of expiry of subscriptions ap dally oti address label ot papers expiration date Is authority to continue the sub THE PROGRESS OF THE Attacks of great strength have been developed by the Germans along the Alsne front in the new drive they have developed this They are being opposed by British and French Last night tlic Bri tish left flank forced back some what and a crossing of the Aistie ef fected by the The fighting is of the severest and the French and British are putting up a most valiant The Germans have large forces concentrated at this Yesterday the French repulsed at tacks made iu and inflicted heavy losses on the The whose lines were pene trated by a German repulsed the raiders in a counter attack and entered the first enemy TWO THOUSAND IS A STEEP The proposal that the controversy Mayor Hardie and former Chip Skelton shall be settled by pay ment of to Skelton in lieu of hie relinquishing his claim for reinstatement is one that will re celve scant favor with the ratepay Chief Skelton had every moral right to his old position and the Great War Veterans supported him in bis Mayor Hardie set himself to main tain a status quo in the amalgamated policefire and he re futed to consider Skeltons rein We venture to state tliat 90 per of the ratepayers were in favor of doing the fair thing by the former but Mayor Hardie reached a point where he threatened to resign rather than reinstate Skel Considering all the circumstances of the case there canbe only one the offer to Skelton is the price the rate payers of this city will pay to retain Mayor Hardie in his job at the city hall by getting rid of The price is steep considering the fact that Skelton wae ready to go back to old job which had been promised hinuwhen he at a moments many ot the tragic ot particularly at aviation camps In the United have appeared as mys teries to the general Whether they have been as puttltttg to the doc tors and other experts ot thfc flying service we eannot but the obserj vatlons ot British who writes in the Journal ot the Royal Naval Medical in dicate that tbe peculiar tragedies are not confined to The obvious generally accepted In that loss ot con sciousness by the pilot Is the imme diate cause of many Is also ac cepted by In some after conscloiMitess the avia tor makes ft to not always without In other cases the flying man regained his recovered the control of his machine and landed but wag found to be Lack ot the cause to which all sudden prostrations of airmen were once is no longer found guilty of itself Among flyers whose patrol them as high as Surgeon Panter found few symptoms attributable to lack of and he believes that the body finds factors which usu for the decrease in atmospheric The quality of the breathed air but the quantity taken in is What Pantor makes most and our own aviation surgeons are probably observing the same the fact that in cases flyers who were overcome on and lived to tell of admitted that they had been feeling out of sorts before they went The slightest disability in the a distressing A commjbn cold will turn Into suffoca with nose An in digestion scarcely noticed on earth becomes two or three miles It may be that the lamentably large number of deaths in our aviation canips will be reduced by a closer watching of the general health of the flying All they may be too keen to fly when only a minor malady afflicts Yet it is evident from the observations of the British surgeon thai trivial trans likely to become over 4 Two thousand or quit PASSING The peepul be mayor madethe mistake of not feeling the pulse of the There was no mandate from the ratepayers to spend that two thous Von Hindenburg has started his third and last drive If Mondays dis patches indicate Hes due to We suppose Skelton consider ed himself between the devil and the deep blue and two thousand in the hand looked like easy No one blames him much for but be would have made no mistake in leaving hie case in the peoples WARS WASTE 18 The tremendous waste of this world wgr as compared with wars of the is Indicated by a report from Switzerland In artillery preliminary firing before the tremendous assault on the British March Ger man batteries fired nearly three many shells in three hours as the German artillery fired in the entire FrancoPrussian war of A Hun officer says more than shells were used iu the three That weans more than a minute on the 50mile front or 160 a minute per Evan that is email compared with another when the boche tired eight shells a second at an al liedforce for several hours on a ahqrl In all the FrancoPrug alw only shells were fJrt4i and that was considered some German superefficiency in the irflQSiMes 0 throwing away the pro of capital and labor is unques U is demonstrated every it forces tbe saner nations to enormously to save their Kaiser was never Student making a study of the an ftory of the prodigal or his mind has banked too much on tkf possibilities ot tbe fatted calf of tfef final The earth does not fcCfW nation which will be able It any thine like a fatted calf ftfitf for the Huns or for tlfIr ova people who have been fMrcad to fight the prodigal to save wars are too ex tmive for the V DO THE FAU York Sun discussing the aviators says that GERMAN PEOPLE MAY GO BAREFOOT Amsterdam barefoot and help the a the latest patriotic catchword to be used In In view enlarging scarcity oE rich and poor alike should dispensewith boots and says an explanation ot the placard in the Rheinish Wefttfalesche Zeltung ot The old are asked to set an example for the Why not walk on your bae feet this summer the Neither old roung need to be ashamed to walk in the at school or in HAS BEEN May German sub marine which entered the port of Santander Friday was to come into the harbor because the accumulators of the vessel had The submarine is one of the 600 and carries one deck gun and two torpedo A Spanishgup boat has been sent to Santander tq convey the submarine to Ferronal for The crew ot the submarine has been in terned in the interior of tbe 4 HELD ON SERIOUS CHARGE New May who was arrested last night in connection with the disappearance of his Jeremiah OLeary on the eve of his trial for publication of alleged seditious utteranu wa today held in 4t bail when arraigned Before a United States He If charged with conspiring to obstruct In default of the extraordinarily high i wlio is a wan lockedup in the He will be rearraign befpra on June noyal Society of Canada opened ait 66 tallows of the society reg Recruiting revival continues throughout the Australian Common Crops in New South Wales are in excellent shipe owing to recent wfircTi did much general Five student probationers were de clared successful In heir theological examinations nt the annual London district Methodist Prohibition of the use of firtl oil for private yachts for duration ot the war is under consideration by the United States Fuel The Provincial Government will need the help of to pull tho flax crop of Western and a campaign is being planned to se cure this Before the Appeal Tor one hundred and fiftynine ap plications for exemption were refused and only ten extensions were grant Wallace director of dental work in the publtCvfvnd separ ate schools has resigned to become superintendent of the Royal College of Dental Fainting while In Vhe actoi draw ing Rosa vAtc of John an fell into a well in the rear ot their premises In Cedar district and Victor Talmadge of the Geolo gical Is in Van couver en route to Island points where he will Investigate reported ots cjurrences of ore bearing With a game bag slung overbis shoulder and two muskrats in the the body of an unknown hunter was taken from tho river at Stewart was sentenced at Belleville to three months raising a cheque from to while em ployed at the British Chemical Rupert age was drowned at Warroad last He was fishing with Tuttles at Sandy Beach and in some way tbe boat cap Montreals new civic administra tive commission plan to raise 000 by additional tax of 45 cents on each valuation of real has been blocked by Vacant lots and backyard garden production in Canada this summer will be two or three times in excess of that of last year when between and worth Of gar den truck was Naval Secretary Daniels is clashing with General Manager of the Emergency pleet Cor poration over the formers to provide turbines for snipe now bflild v The city councilxjf Victoriadecided to give the 15 per increjwe de manded by the Firemens Federal commencing June This will probably prevent the threatened walk Wanted by the military authorities as a i3 years living at was arraigned in police court on six separate of William Margin was stabbed in the back and pepper thrown in his eyes by a woman who accosted him on Peel street in He Is now in a hospital in a serious Stratford dealers receiv ed an answer to their protest against the new 10 per advis ing them that it does not apply to second hand At the trialofMtoaGrace of for it transpired thai afteryshooting herself through the she had defied her cap tors for over an John who is moving to tendered bis resignation as chairman of tho Woodstock Boprd of hasbeen appointed to the Shortly after She cleared up the dinner George of succumbed to attack of heart She was about sixtyone years age and was born in Haldlmand An auto owned and driven by Jim iouB an employe ot the asy knocked down Sack North and ran over her three yearold whom Slie was The Senate took iip the naval bill as passed by the house and ap proved an appropriation of 000 for new batteries for an increase from as mad by the pastor of Johns Iresbyterian at Med icine closed a mlnistery of 25 years iu the last 21 years of which he has been pastor of Johns A western officer of 1 some returned soldiers who arrived j in Kingston wag placed tjrrast by miliiary authorities because i of his intoxicated condition He I ed to notify the authorities oJSthe hour of arrival and wu a result tllfe men were compelled to maroH to thfir there lining MO trucks at the Arnold Wllcftckf while employed In the at bait hto hand severely At a bng snld to con tain worth of set and was At Belleville a fire was detected In ho choir loft of Michaels but was extlnguiflied before much damage was Fire In the lumber yards ofi Me Brothers Arnprior destroy ed 100 estimated to contain worth over DavidButler of the Taylor Woollen baaiy Injnredlnjui dltioa li At a meeting bt the Quarterly Board ot the Marys Methodist vJn a unani fhotts iwHtfttlon tendered the Charles to remain tno fourth i pdstal at Ottawa have it protest with the ttevern ment against tbe alleted Inadequate aijiount of the Increase provided for in the war bonus cbntaltied in the supplementary WiMlAnvH emgfofedt1 by the OtaiKrlo cuteit the road when jroHs pairted Ills Bent a pfomrhetit Muskoka summer hotel was fatally shot whlH he was in His soninlaw was in the kit chen examining an automatic GREAT SOCIAM8T May gteftt SoctaHgt will take place in Vienna on May 30 in which representatives from all Austria will ac cording to the1 Vienna Arbeiter Belt as quoted in an Exchange Tele graph despatch from It is added that the SocnWst leaders are Justified in summoning such con ferences only in cases ot urgent neces when the bullet go Ing through the celling and the mat and Into the back of the vic i A gold valued At and bearing the likeness ot Bnlperor Wil by whom ft was presented Kiel In to Wilson a will be melted down for the Red The remains of Roy Howe Dean were found in bed In a tent on the farm of Jones two mill east ot wai a Inspector tor the MtftiMt bite fiwur Company and llftd Harold a veterinary who came from td practise with rtlult nrd or wefii bftdly hurt when tHelr atitoWoWIe ran off the edge ot a culvert and Three women escaped from cus tody at the Toronto ot them are still at large third one was at thr homo of friends at After bteUhlflg open a lock on the one of tlio trio stole tho re leased the The congrest of Mo National Union rtf In MMlon at rcjeeted by a largo resolution de ciartng that the jiro longed for macerlaijlftie aM irtipltailp tlc and that labor should cease its support1 of tMiV Govern The Canadian Invites the CoOperation of Public on Behalf of the Banks Staffs Heavily Reduced by War M ORE than half the men in the banks of Canada are now on military and the which remains is being steadily Women clerks have been employed in thousands and have done but they have not Hie experience of the men they It would be out of the question to expect them to work as rapidly or with the same knowledge of as years training in the The drain upon the number of experienced officers has now reached a point where it is necessary to ask the public to take into consideration this decrease in aridKtb as far as i the burden thus thrown upotfthqsfcjeft to run the Canada was never so busy as now volume of banking business is greater than ever f K How the Public dan Help Transact your banking business in the morning as far as and as early as Try to avoid a rush at closing Do not draw any more cheques than are absolutely Instead of paying small accounts by draw the money in one amount arid pay in iil v in Banking Hours June 1st On and after June banking hours will be to Saturdays to This arrangement will give the sftdff more time to complete the large amount of work which cannot be taken up until after the office is closed to the Special Services Discontinued July 1 Certain services of necessity be for a time at Ons July 1st banks will discontinue receiving payments for tax bills and the bills of electric and other public service banks desire to render all essential services including many special arising out of the In order to do this thqj this appeal for cooperation in the manner suggested above ;