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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 29, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta MAY 1018 THE umrowDofc PAGE NtNft INFLUENCE FINLAND May new Fln luli formal by former Sena t or Paasklvl Indicates Increased Ger Inian in thp Klnntsh govern and hns reunited In a further re liy Cinnornl com Inidiulnr of thn Finnish de mmding his resignation be ac Tlic general IB opposed to lUjorman Intervention and the German Izntlon of the Flnnldh Colonel the war min ister Is working In close connection with German It Is be lieved that a number of Swedish offi cers now nerving in the Finnish Hrmy will follow General Mannerhelm Into ACTED ALL A Pacific May act od Just likn tiny other was the way Captain com manding the ntaamnr the larg concrete ship In the con rnnnted on the ships behavior during her trial voyage from another Pacific port to where shearrlvod Fond of Goo of course But wky not make it BETTER Coffee at its in SEAL BRAND COFFEE Send for our booklet Perfect it solves tKe m CHASE SANBORN MONTREAL d Coffee May a meeting held tonight by tho home defense coun cil of acting Chief of Police Alcock declared that agents of the Imperial German government wore smuHnp women to various cantonments and barracks to undermine thn morals and health of American in training and men about to bo Tho meeting was held following a conference of the chief with thn state council of and Alcock de clared that his Information came from reliable sources while the truth of report wan reflected In the medi cal reports of the medical PHONE 1224 CHINESE PROTEST May Chinese am bassador at Toklo hits been Instructed to protest to Ilio Japanese govern ment against transfer to Japan by llusalu of u section of the Chinese eas tern railway near the Sungarl DECREASE IN EARNINGS OF THE May decrease of in the net earnings of the for April as compared with the same month last iH indicat ed in the statement given out Operating which show an of irpparenlly responsible lor tho decrease In The aggregate net earnings from July 1 to May were which is ii decrease of compared with the same period oC the previous A BRITISH WAR Your ration of bread Will keep you well fed You dont need to eat any Kadi ounce that you Has a life at stake And la helping to lose us tin Think once and think Kre you cut a new And show honor and pinch Bread is iV M Breads out fort gainst iin Dont destroy the last line cf defence PERSONAL and Banjos to and up Mandolins 18 and 14 GENUINE HAWAIIAN AND AMERICAN MAKE CHOICE COLLECTION OF STEEL GUITAR AND HAWAIIAN UKELELE Popular Sheet Music 2Oc per copy KKKaty Im Sorry I Made You Just a Little Bit of The Last Tiny Somewhere in France is the Everybodys Crazy Bout the Doggone But Im THE HOME OF THE VICTROLA EVERY STYLEEVERY PRICE Over My Beautiful Joan ot Theres a Service Flag Plying at Our Theres Another Angel Now In Old Killar AND THOUSANDS OF RECORDS YOU TO SELECT FROM HIGHGRADE PIANOSCONVENIENT TERMS BALMORAL 5th STREET LETHBRIDGE Seasonable Goods REFRIGERATORS to SCREEN DOORS to ICE CREAM FREEZERS to SCREEN WINDOWS 50c to 75c VACUUM ICE CREAM FREEZES and HICKSEHl HARDWARE Genera Hardware Plumbing and Phone 762 618 Third Avenue t Q O O O Williamson of with her two is ih gnnst of and James Williamson on her way back to Vancouver from tho j Uuchanan left after noon to attend the confer ence in the ministerial ses sion of which opens today and the general session t and Hodleyami children are leaving on Saturday muriiing Inr Vancouver where lliillcy will spend the llrillpy will return at the end of the Jame Campbell left yester day for Victoria to spend home tiinu with her Alvin Ripiey and Frank Gordon Calgary with Long of TatterIs a visitor in tlie city Miss Margaret MeKillop lias return ed from a short visit to Bruce IK in the city for a short visit and will return to Calgary visiting for a few days in CalgarjfJ and left yesteniay for ICd Rivers IB in Edmonton for a few Hay ihis afternoon to spend a few days with Taylor on tlie Taylor a and Kenmili Jones and family motored from yes and are tlie guests of Jones Elbow Daily MisS1Heta Watson left for Victoria Monday to join her mother who has been there for the hist few Dt tt SOCIAL EVENTS The Art Needlework held a social evening lust night at tho home of Cards were the feature of followed by delicious Wil liamson of Vancouver and Fran cis won the first while Hay and Roy carried offthe con solation A most enjoyable time was spent by all the guests pre A very interesting hour was spent yesterday afternoon when the Civic club and the Executive of the Local Council of Women went over the fil tration Commissioner Grace and Commissioner Freeman showing and explaining its working from the time the water enters the subsiding which holds gallons of water and which is filled four times a thus using up gallons down through filtration tanks of sand and gravel until the clear water is gathered in huge pipes and pump od tip for fact is that the water is pumped up 400 Which is higher than any other city in Thu makes the work of pumping very hard and the pumps are working to their utmost This very educative triji shows the great interest that is being taken by the ladles in the affairs ot v v CHURCHES AND SOCIETIES The Next of Kin will sew in the Red Cross rooms tonight at t Tttp Major Jack Ross Chapter will hold a sessional meeting in the hall on Friday evening at A full attendanceIs The First Aid examination will be held tonight in the at 7 The Local Council of Women held its regular monthly meeting on Mon May in tho There was a good attendance H was decided to talus the committee that made Ihe Child Welfare Institute such a permanent commit with V Provincial President of Hie National Council of give an address in tho auditorium tomorrow af ternoon at four Kd wards will tell about the conference of women held in Ottawa His The Local Council of cordi ally invite all the women of tlje city to Miss gold will j A ittMtlng of BesiwHF of Knox will be Ueld Ku the Items of Interest Round the Store These Prices Prevail on THURSDAY ONLY You Cannot Afford To Miss One 100 PAIRS LADIES CASHMERE HOSE All to Our regular Tijo val These are offered THURSDAY ONLY At 49c pair CHILDS AND MISSES WASH DRESSES In heaiitlCul plaid effects anil a wide range of Made in nnd Ginghams of excellent material and Sizes from 2 to Ifi Prices ranging from LADIES WHITE CANVAS BOOTS With 10 inch Has a plain toe and Cuban Sizes and Special price to clear them on v THURSDAY ONLY A REGULAR RUG DAY There are just 17 odd range we are anxious to If you secure one of them at the price the advantage will be All are different You can chooso one to meet any color Here are particulars re prices and sizes Tapestry iA Thursday only 4 Tapestry size O only 1 4 Tapestry size only in THE WARM WEATHER HAS ARRIVED with tho delivery of our complete range of STRAW HATS FOR MEN AND BOYS And youll be as pleased with them as we are whon you look them Them are In o from to Toyos Panamas unbreakable the three fashionable At Panamas in the very latest rj blocks from to I Flexible Basswooil Hals from Son 1 And a wide range of Roys anil Youths in all shapes and makes from QJJ 50c to ODC ALL NEW GOODS Not an old seasons straw amongst vestry at The Ladies swimming classes tiie under the auspices of the Womens Civic club will held as usual this afternoon and evening at the usual Any member wantj ing a new swimming suit will be given the opportunity of securing a very special orio this evening for a very reasonable These are a j special The regular monthly meeting of the Nursing Mission board will be held on the second Monday in instead of as usual on the first at four oclock in the GENERAL T REGISTER 100 The American Consulate is receiv ing many enquiries as tu whether Am erican citizens are obliged to regis or should in the Man andWomanPpwer Registration which is to take place on June Many appear to think that the possession of a certificate of registration from the Consulate or itcard showing registra tion for the United States military or even a birth certificate or other evidence of American citizen THE GODSAKERS OF From Macleans H was Wells who invented the term Godsakers to apply to that numerous and useless class who rail at everything and demand with righteous For Gods why doesnt someone do something about it Tho trouble with the Oodsaker is that he never sees that he ought to do something about it There are Oodsakers aplenty in Canada They demand to know why the Government doesnt do this and why Lloyd George doesnt do that and they boil over about Rus they strip tho last shred of self respect from the and they flay everyone in What do Uipy do themselves They cut throe big meals They treat their comfortable bodies to every They refuse to to That is for someone else to They stick to their peanut politics and their moan IwslneRs and squeal when authority pinches Hie least of Ihnip petty In they do Coming right down to this war can be won only by individual The Government cannot do it The Government is made up of about twenty men who are just flesh and hlobd after with all the hu i man limitations and without any de j sroo of clairvoyance or just everyday endeavor ing to lead a couple of million other men sumowhatless able on the aver much bettor leader whip even than we have hud so will not aceoiupliKh much unless tliu people do their share uu losa they are prepared to forget rights and remember only There art niovti CJodsuKora than in Canada at nhiUljiue ro the which are j you1 i j s HOW POTATO BUTTER Potato butter IB recommended by the llrltiah Ministry of Food as a cheap substitute for being made in England at a cost of leai than ID cents per au follows Peel the potatoes and boil until thuy fall to pieces and become through a fiue sieve into a warmed basin H ounces ot potatoes and add2 ounces of hut tor 6r and 1 taaspoonful of Stir until smoothand then mold Into rolls and keep in a To make the appearance apprbvablo use tiutteV and if lntendeil to keep beyond afew butter preservative should bo A woman working a small holding at Kng with the aid of two small produced during last season 50 bun dles of CO bundles of aspar iOO 80 pounds of to 10 20 bush els hundredweight i bushels iO pounds pounds runner 2 sacks broad 111 bushels best Lld vegetable cu tons potatoes ami addition gathered fiO bushels of ap NeedlosS to she worried by the high cost of will excuse them from register ing on Juno These are all mis takes which are likely to lead to ser ious The Consulate is auth oritatively advised that the Manami WomanPower Registration has no direct connection with military ser vice and does not render anyone liable for military It makes no dis tinction of nationality and does not effect ones citizenship in any It is in the nature of a census of the man and woman power of the coun Every person in Canada who is sixteen years of age or older with certain specified exceptions which da not concern the average person will have to register on the day appointed June and the Consulate strongly urges Americans to do aa there are penalties for those who fail to comply with the Registration in the American Consul ate or for the United States military service cannot take the place of this registration on June The Man Registration should also be carefully distinguished from registration under the Military Ser vice which Americans are no subject American Consular INCREASE SUPPLY OF ANTHRACITE tlal increase in the supplyof anthrac ite coal to be furnislied the Nrfw Eng land and North Atlantic utates wai b Joseph man of Anthracite Committee of the United States Fuel Administra tion in an address today before the convention of the National Coal To provide this increased he anthracite would bo barred from states in the transMis sissippi Central Western andSouth ern SHOE POLISHES FOR DARK BROWN OROKMJOOQ THE OMMATMWMIt ;