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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 30, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta AND WMKLV s LIMITtD ttf Lethtrldae Buchanan jHMfMttt ftttd Managing Director Mtt TWtUoe v Buslnws Manager OKlce Office lilt Ratwi per week per year fcy per year by per year b per year to JIM Dates of expiry of a Mar dally OB address label Accept of papers expiration date to WB OTfXVa W authority to continue the sub THE PROGRESS OF THE The German Increasing in intensity along the has now enveloped Soissons and is threat ening A large number of prisoners have been taken but the titles are now rushing up reserves and hope to have the German rush stopped within a day or The situation appears ipore graVe this but confidence is expressed that the allied line will not even because of the natural defence advantages of this it has been thinly held by the POLICE DO WE PAV FOR IT While It was evidenced at the Board of Trade meeting the other night that some were wholly satisfied with settlement of the Skeltou others preferring to reserve Judg ment though giving the city authori ties the benefit of the doubt since the controversy had apparently beef s u rw VfSI J W tJGJi 9 Irrevocably nevertheless loss in production means drifting to thefe was grave douht in the minds ward the of the majority as to whether the ef ficiency of the department was all that it should be That Is a rtftt CIVIC ter which the citizens havfe in no wise settled In their own ut It is fer for its criticism of city affairs very evident that In many quarters during recant We Relieve tiavA And dissatisfaction can exist with OB Chief Hardy and the members of his It is wholly a question of whether we have not penurious toe past couple of years in providing a police force that Is capable of pro perty policing the As a matter of in as the annual report of the chief of police the net cost of policing the city was very more than The gross whom they hare come to we was in the neighborhood slder frpni too impersdnal stand of and the incomefrom and the incomefrom I WM around leaving about or thereabouts to be raised by Take that figureand the pqpula tion of the city as celve that the citizens are directly paying the magnificient sum of ten cents per head of population for po lice each We spending more on parks and boulevards to make Lethbridge a aKy Dont you think ten head is a triflepenurious when a matter of the tftoral welfare of the city is concerned is very we to have Lethbridge known as a city beautiful but if we iare niggardly in providing police pro thus allowing Lethbridge to become known throughout the West as wideopen weare not doing our Economy is the cry at the present Mayor Hardie declares that ec onomy was the basis for the He will have to that there is a feeling Jn rmany quarters that he is straining to the It would be lor the city council to get Into close touch with the body of the cit Ij on this important POSSIBILITIES OF A COAL Westerners not yet grasped tbe coal situation and ataolute need of stocking a win of coal as early in the itHmmer as But the jng of local operator that even built as it is on a coal would IJkely have to go on coal mttOOS next should have the of stirring up prairie coal to the real need of early perhaps la more applicable to residents of Manitoba and Sas an than to those of Albertans should not be lax thewselres with t has been hard for to early in the AJherto tbe follow Irons he Post the situatlQn tlearly before and convince them of the necessity advice Wnal is wioWlft the of pugilism a battle royat is Both In teresting and although the spectacle offonr or SHw fighters in the ring at sfcfne going at one soother hammer aKd scar cely to bring out the points of themanly Something of the same nature is discoverableAmong the several ag governmental and to the nation tor its coal supply this The National Coal re presenting more than half of the bi tumlnbue operators ot the coat Lack of cars has cut production to a dan gerous H and the mines are making No doubt the assOclatloh Is actuated by the highest mofltes in stressing the ot the mines for not only as re gards the coming needs ot the pri vate but prosecution of vitally important war work as Persons close to the railroad admin istration heatedly deny the car They point to the fact that morn freight cars Were moved in the last month than in any pre vious month In railroad This should of Bat tho fuel administrator continues to plead that coal orders be pittin at once by tbe domestic although there may be noprospect of having the orders filled for month to The geological survey issues weekly bulletins which support the conten tions of the National Coal Associa In some sections as mucti as 50 per responsibility for shortage in production is due to no which means no while in other sections the percentage due to lack of cars is almost as In the districts of Illinois westward where no market conditions have jeen the chief it is alleged hat the general public is loath to nto line with the new zoning sys which cuts off their usual supply rom the If any expec is held that this system hvill be set it 1s doomed7 to disap The car shortage is large y in the But In either case iroduction is lessened to the dancer Impassioned denials of respon sibility by the governments agencies concerned savor of the battle royal methods which lead to mutual disas With order and progress taking hape in other activities ot the nat a repetition of last winters ex would fbe nothing short of demand for fuel grows with every and every weeks It or haa oHhe dlers of th Sui lot sift count las in tontii to f llshmeiH rff ft fttf In in the clay PASSING THE HERALD AND The Herald has apology to of have been Justified in every matter which we haye taken and if ai appeared to some to be too TnsistentrThe lierald real ized that there was a real need of a wakingUP in this civic We have been altogether too with the consequent re sult had come to take their positions at the council table as something a little bit re moved from the mass of the rate gan of such an or anutter The Herald believes that much Certain ly been no harm A look over the attendance at the Board of Trade meeting the other evening was convincing proof of this Mayor Bardie himself at meeting admitted that he wished there was public organization In this city the council could refer on matters of in order to of opinion oC the There is a needtor a The Board of Trade ig the fcasis of such an or ilzaU 3lI the and city council of years and the community to the Tbe charge that The Her ald was to the city is as unfounded as the mayor knows it to Herald fwas responsible In large measure for the propaganda which the establishment of f9rm of government latnu We have always boasted that fgrm of government was a little ahead of anything else Jn West era and we have supported the government at the city hall in times past In evejy instance which we believed to be for the citys When we offered opposition there was good as a glance over the activities of the commission govern ment in the past foXr years will t Mayor Hardie will the he will state that the above is the He will also admit fhat he is oversensitive to and that criticism offered in good part U too often tfOten him at an attempt to butt Such ttand oirhis part but serves to move him farther and farther from the masa of thn rate payers with the result that ho ton not get closely In touch with the concensus of opinion un important matters as he admits he would like to There are nine women In the Dan ish Parliament which recently f6r maliy Indications are that forest fires ot considerable size are along Lake Tomiskaming In f The canning trade will be brought under license by tlo Food Board by the 15th of The Senate Military Commit tee has gone oti record unanimously in tl an Increase olt men to the American The business section pi a railroad mlnlpg own just across the state line fronTsouth western Utah is wljied 6ut by Gardiner Wook had a from death whea he with his air plane eighteen luihdrey feet near tho Hazelhurst avlationj City Council has suggested the re moval of apartment house restrictions in oh certain streets in or der b alleviate scarcity of Fire completely destroyed plant of the Unjon Box andShook on tho outsklrtsof The loss ie upwards Of and the plant was engaged in the manufacture of shell V About a hundred boys from Chat ham will go to w6rk In the sugar beet fields this They reach ed the decision sat V mass meeting which they lils likely that most of the boys will go In the camps which being From OurOwn CorresDohdent Spring Slay during the5 past week has been disagreeably gave one the impression that a good was not oft the wind changed round to the southwest Sn Sunday and slhce then it has been getting Sunday morning we had a Sharp touch of damaging the hop vines on a few Garden as far as we has not of a visit or at the Coulee last Friday being Vlctorja child fceu no doubt enjoyed a respite from their and and family are now at the hbpethey are permanent who is In the hands of doctor on if his spent the night home on Saturday Our esteemed Miss spent the week her home in the School reoponed of Mon iff Concert On account of the tfpn which was advertised to take place last was unavoidably postponed to Friday of this the 31st of the As the pro ceeds are on behalf of the Red it is hoped that a large number will It would be a fitting re wardtp these ladies who have spent so on the spade Do not forget the Still another south coun try is falling into line with the whole ofthe this time for the to stimulate interest and to ef fect an of gave an address at the church It was a pitythat a larger number of men did turn Facta and figures would have convinced them ot the need for funds to carry on the Particular emphasis was laid on the imentai and religious work of the but at the same time was free from any sectarian At the it was the connecting between the man and his and innumerable testimonies have come by menof all shades of opinion to great v At the conclusion of the service the followingladies and gentlemen were nominated as a committee Thomp Thom and Byron Sher In the to i re e of the service two patriotic songs were pleasingly sung by little Helen ot also sang a solo asalut ed by Toliffe and Nel We understand that a lecture will he given June rd by of Irvine is ofthe IIthe people will continue to that they must depend as much Merest in civic matters as cpaj this in tbe past month Tho wlU be they fall Into tl same old there the same old necessity of The will Went to The Spring Cduloe Musical Asso ciation paid its annual visit toMag ratli on Sunday evening and put ou a very excellent program of music In the Presbyterian The follow ing items were outstanding Hoberts Toliffe and Kelly Choir TolUfe Loyeday at the organ her accustomed ability and very ef fective were the obligates by Harlan subject for the evening was The Waning based on 3 Needlesg to aay the whole service wae enjoyed by the large The Inglis and the board of man agers take their opportunity of thank ing the Spring Coulee friends for their kindly are pleased MrClark around again after undergoing an op eration for RheumaUsin in the leg compels him to use Our pther Dustin progressing For the benefit those who do their backing in a changa of hours places The future be to Saturday to of the acted organlifttioih tinlon tepheson Bl of the Ideal constables Old Mans arresting sides of reRldent of tbe Irtt U7 tfottt paralysis fol lowing an thtqugliout the en tire Adele aged was el and iOermaino eight years badly burnod touching on which a transmission fallen Bt Tor 4 fv ftlsterlfflaw the fottnor Ittutenantgovornor of 1lvbf MoiftB Itl Tflfon 6f 88 De ot of his Fannie De to death W the pWsott yard at Salt Lnka 100 all at the Orefoh dbnoveralls and wield shlpbulldj skilled hands coming ettmnier ae ernnloyees of the Grant SmithPotter Ship Comi Jn recordbreaKlng time of four hours the Senate passed without a roll call the naval appropriation carrying The measure Increased over the House now goem Wv is the Gretna Green where nuptial knots are tlad more than else In who went A woman driver overseas withthe and i meetsall trams the purpose of sawserviceat In validj taking eloping parties to the marriage etl home with has been office and the alter without moted ao major and appointed a moments loss of senior forthe Saskatchewan mlllitary district headquarters at ABelgtan beet worker cycled near ly twenty miles to won the H j ffeeforall race and gave ft marvel civiliannurses in 12 lous exhibition ot speed in a contest in the military will be let with Indian out June according to authorlta he he never trained for race live Tliepolicy tp be adi In his opted by the department will be to have only nurses who hold Marcus Mayer died May at his in the Only a few will j home as the result be effected by the xlof a of the The i 1 daceased was 77 years of In as 2 years daughsociation with tho late Henry Ab ler of and John Mrfjer manager for of read like an j Sarah Bernhardt her first tour of Attend the convention ot tKe open ing in Toronto d VtaTTonmena trouble is the having come to nn agreement rtbput wages as well as of While a good speed acIosB the ijUlti Island near William been took to dismountfrom the Klec trie car without the car stoppingwith the result that helies In IH a crit ical r x j the avla en route fromChicago to New goyerrfnient met with an accident Mile attempting a land ing two nUleSi north of The machineturned turtle as it reached tfte sftjashlngrthe pro pellor anddamaging one of the Ml8s StlnWn was For making speeches prejudicial to John consul1 lu Glasgow fit the1 Russian Bolshevik in the highcourt yester day was eentoncad to five years penal servitudeBunder the Defence of the Realm Actt Tha etildence phowftd that jHacLean publicly had urged worktngmen to break all laws and to replace parliament by an patterned after the Russian TTi Trunk it nMr wtwd of HERBEHt J North th largest roan In tho house of commons a fecbrd In th Volunteer Militia Command ceil the Warrohfr ill the Soutl African nflJ tbp ijueeni Mortal with one clasp Went withthi Coronation Contingent to England tt 1903 by Is a lumbermai ami THE CANADIAN OF CO father says that the child has a norjnal mind which simply hag been developed by per sistent The babys case indi this Ontario in the first three months of the had an increase of j JJ1U1 UL cates that geniuses are not ftlQO in the number car licenses The child reads and epeaks j taken out compared with the corres with a vocabulary of about j ponding period of last The lo She is largefor her age and t tal of licenses for motor cars eats and sleeps That monsters of the mastodon family rpamed over part of Mercer county in ages is eviden ced by the uncovering of a monster grinder tooth and part of a bone by of the and Lake The molar some eight or ten laches the with three pronged roots nearly a foot Nearby was found the socket of a The bone Is 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