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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - May 30, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOUR THE LETHBBIOGB DAILY HlCnALU DAILY AND WBEKLY rnwrlator* and Publi�har� #NB LBfNBniOOE HERALD PRINT-INO COMPANY, LIMITED n 6th ttrect^Bouth, Lethbrldgt W. A. Buchanan PrMldSBt and Managing Director laka Tonanc* v  Busintti Manacer TELrPHONEO CWtlce.............. 12B2 OMIce .............� M�4 BttalDMB Ullortal Bubicrlptlon Rattti Dallr, aeltrered, per week ....^ .10 tialty, delivered, per year ..... Dally, by mall, per year......$4.00 Weekly, by mall, per year .....ll.M Wiekly, By mail, per year to U.S.. 11.00 Datea ot expiry of subscrlptiont 69* year dally on address label Accept-Uica'of papers t.tto. expiration date ia ettr authority to continue tba sub-acrlptlon. 4 THE PROGRESS OF THE WAR. The German ottcnsive. fncrcasing in intousity along the Aisn^ has now-enveloped Solssons and' is threat-Bning Rhelms. A largo number of prisoners have been taken but the alltee are now rushing up reserves and hope to have the German rush topped within a day or two. The situation appears viore graxe this morning, but confidence is expressed that the allied line will not break, even though, because ot the natural defence advantages of this sector, it has been thlnl.� held by the allies. POLICE EFFICIENCY-DO WE PAY FOR IT? While it was evidenced at the Board of Trade meeting the other night that some were wholly satisfied with '.bff settlement of the Skelton case, others preferring to reserve judgment though giving the city authorities tlie benefit of the doubt since_ the controversy had apparently beea Irrevocably settled, nevertheless tbere was grave doubt in the nitnds of the majority as to whether the efficiency of the police^ department was all that it should be. That Is a nfct-ter which the citizens havfe Jn no wise aettled in their own minds, Cdt it is yery evident that In many quarters diasaU^actlon exists. And dissatisfaction can exist witU-^ out casting aspersion \0n: Chief Hardyi! . and the members of his staff.. It is wholly a question of wkether" we bare not been too penurious during the past couple of years In ^rovidins a police force that is capable of properly policing the city. As a matter of fact, in 1917, as the annual report ot the chief ot police showed, the set cost of policing the city was very lltUe more than $1,200. The gross cost, ve believe, was in the neighborhood -of |5,S00 and the income 'from tinea, . ftc., -wae around |4,S90, leaving about 11,200 or thereabouts to be raised by / direct taxation. Take that figure and: the population of the city as 12,000, aadyou.per-' cetve that the citizensf '^re directly paying the magnlticient s'una ot ten - cents per head of population for police'protection each year. We^ite pending infinitely - more on parks and boulevards to make Lethbridge a city beautiful. Don't you think ten . cents a heed Is a trifle - penurious .when a matter of the ftioral welfare ;of the city is concemea? .1^ is very  fine, we admit, to have Lethbridge ' known as a city beautiful but it we >�re niggardly in providing police pro-iteotlon, thus allowing Lethbridge to ; become known throughout the West as a wide-open town, we- are not doing ;our duty^' Economy is the cry at the present ;^line. Mayor Hardle declares that ec-  onomy was the basis tor the SkeHon settlement. He will have to admit, however, that there is a feeling,In :many quarters that he is straining _aconomy to the limit. It would he .,^ell for the city council to gel Into close touch with the body.of the cit-.Uene on this Important matter. thorn of the necessity ot taking the advice we off�r: WiRt Is known m the parlance of pugilism as a battle royaf Is both Interesting and exciting, although the spectacia of 'four or five fighters In the Hni? at the same time, going at one another hammer and longs, scarcely cerves to bring out the finer points of the manly art. Something of the same nature is discoverable-among the several agencies,, goTornmentnl and oniorwise, to wliich the nation looks for its coal supply this winter. The National Coal nssocialloii, re-present ing more than halt of the bituminous -oporators of the country, forecatts another coal shortage. Lack of cars has cut production to n dangerous point, it says, and the mines are making iltfle headway. No doubt the assoclatiun Is actuated by the highcat motives in stressing the needs ot the mfoes for cars, not only as regards the coming needs ot the private cot\sumcr, but the prosecution of vitally important wnr work as well. Persona "close to the railroad adxnin-istrntion" heatedly deny the car shortBge. Tho.v point to the fnct that-!i,o00 morw freight car.i were uiDved in the last montli thnn in an>- previous month In railroad hlstorv. This should help, ot course, lint tho fuel adiiiini.ivt:^^'rel�n5ed Soldiers h,�vo "-lott !Toi*bnto to JolillBburg, \V. Va.,- Is the Gretna Green whore nuptial knots are tied .- I more easily thnn anywhere else in Capt. (Rev.) A. l>;.Luvoll. wlio went, America. A woman taxicab driver overseas with the l2otli Battalion and ; nieots all traiiis tor the purpose of saw service at Siilonlki, being invalid-i taking oloplng parties to I'to niarrlngo ed home with maUirla. bus been pro-.^^llcense office and the alter withuut a moment's loss ot ,time. uioted /to bo major and appointed senior chaplain for-the Saskatchowan . mlllitnry district with headquarters at; A Belgian beet worker cycled noar-Keginn. \ ' i ly twenty miles to Chatham, won the _ ! free-for-all race and gave a nmrvel- .\11 civilian-nurses In .M.P. No. 12 lous exhlbltioh of speed in a contest In the military hospitals will bo let; with an Indian motorcycle, though, out June 15, according to authorlta- ho says, he never trained for a. raee live informlitlon. The policy to be ad-; in his lite. ^ opted by the department will bo to, - have only nurses who hold comnv{fc | Marcus -Muyer died Jlay S, at his sioas in the C.A.AI.C. Only a few will | home, Amityvllle, .L.I., as the result bo effected by the change. ^ 1 of a* heijiorrhage ot the brain. ThoJ _, '! deceased was 77 years of ago. In iis-l Jlartjia Springer, 3 years old. daugU-;sociatlon with the late Henry E. Abler ot Sir. and Mrs. John K. Springer. � bey, Mr. Ma'>-er was mnnngor for of .Mountain View, can rend like an ; Sarah Bernhardt .on her first tour of oight-ycflr-old. The father says that the child has a normal mind which simply has been developed by persistent training. The baby's case Indi A : i. I -tTHE POSSIBILITIES '.OF A COAL FAMINE, Many Westerners have not yet "fully grasped the coal situation and tba abaolute need ot stocking a yria-Uer'a lupply ot coal as early In' the ,'iummer as possible. But the warn-'Ing ot a local-operator that even 'Lethbridge, built as it Is on a'coal 'mine, would Ijikely have to go on coal 'tpiiioan next winter, shoiild have the MttPCi ot stirring up pfalrle coal Oaara to the real need ot early action. '.fhiM'' perhaps la more applicable to Uia"residents of Manitoba and jSas: iMtdiewan than to those of Alberta, , t|ioa$k AlberUDB should not be lax .Ifietrly supplying tbemaelres with (t bks been bard tor Manltpbans to fa�IUe tbat tbey must not depend ,ipn S. coal tills year; arid that, tbay ^ust act early io,securtos tbe 2UberUi article, However, the taillow-:(\Xi Irom tbe Waehington, D.C, Post fbiipild .put the U;: ^s; 'eoai; sittiatlQi^ loaTrly before them, and convince the times past'In every'Instance -which we believed tofbe ifor the city's good. When we offered opposition ' there was good r'eaeon, as a glance over the activities of the' comrnlsslop government In the past fo^r years will ahow. ^t Mayor Hardio will jidmlt the truth, he will state tiiat the above ia the casei He 'will 'also admit that he is over-sohsittve to criticism, and that crltlclBm ottered in good p^rt Is too often t^ him at an attempt to "butt in." Suob a stand oii-his part hut serves to move him - farther and farther from the mass of the ralo-pay^rs with the resuU that ho eoii> not get a� cloeely In toucli with the concensus of opinion on important matters as.he aditilts ho would like to be.; ,'.,,./;�;'! ' ; If'the people Will continue to take aa miich /nterost In civic matlers as they^'have In the past month The Uer�|d. ivlJI be^ eatlsfled. If, hosvevcr, they tijlir into the same old rut, there Willi fE'l'^l**^ same old necesHlty ot Btij^iiii;t^an�-''ufci^^ wui do:W,,,:;:^. , � MAGRATIt (From Our 'Own CorresDondenH Spring Coulfee. � May -JO.-The weather dnring the past -week has been disa,^reeably cold.- It gave one the impression that a good snowstorm was not far off. However, the wind changed round to the southwest 8n Sunday morning, and since then it has been getting warmer. On' Sunday morning we had a sharp touch of frost, "damaging the hop vines on a tew verandahs. Garden jituff, as tar as we know, has not suffered. Jfrs. Rice, of Magrath, was a visitor at the Coulee last week. Prikay being' Victoria Day, children no doubt enjoyed a brief respite from their lessons. Mr. and Mrs. H. Loveday and family are now at the Coulee. We hope' they are permanent residents. Mr. C. H. Kelly, who is In the hands of a I city doctor on .account -of his arm, spent the night here, returning home on Saturday morning.. Cm esteemed teacher, Miss Lang, spept the week endat her hojpe In the city. School re-oponed ori' Monday. Concert Postponed. \ On account of.the holiday the concert which was advertised to take place last Thursday, was unavoidably postponed to Friday ot this week, the 31st of the month. As . the proceeds are on behalf ot the Red Cross, it -is. hoped that a large number will turn out. It would be a fitting re-ward'to these ladies who have spent so much, time on the spade work. Do not forget the honr-8 p.m. Still another drive. The south country Is falling Into line with the whole ot the Dominion,! this time for the F. M.. C. to stimulate interest and to effect an organization. " Mr. J. Y. Card, of Cardston, gave ah address at the church bn'Sunday. It was a pity that a larger number of men did not; turn out. Facta and figures would have convinced them of the need for funds to carry on the work. Particular epiphasls was laid on the physical, tmental aud religious work of the "Y", but at the same time It, was free from any sectarljin bias. At the front It was the connecting .link between the man and his home, and innumerable testimonies have come by men'of all shades ot opinion to4.tB great value. At the conclusion of the service the following-laidles and genllenjen were nominated, as a committee: .Mr. Faincr, Mr. Kelly, Mr. C. C. Thoinp son, Mr. R.' Thomson, Mr. L. Thomson, Mr. and Mrs, Tollffe, Mr. G. Calph, Mr. Byron Nelson, Mr. Sherman, Mr. Barrlss. . In the course of the se^vlco two patriotic songs were pleasingly sung by little Helen PhippH, ot Cardsloi). .Mr. Ijoveday also sang a solo; assisted by Mr. P. Tollffoi and Mrs. n. Nel-egn. We understand that a lecture will be given on- Monday, June .'>rd. by Mr. Irvine, of Calgary, Mi'. Irvine; Is Provincial Secretary o^ the '.Vavy Leagufe. , / Went to M*grath. The Spring Coulee Musical Association paid its annual visit to Mag-rntli on.Sunday ovonlng and put on a very excellent program of music in the PresbyteMun Church. Tlie following Items wore outstanding; Solo, Mr. Roberts; Duet, Men. Tollffe and Kelly; Anthem, Choir; Solo, Mrs. Tollffe; Solo, Mr. Loveday; Hymp, Ch6lr. Mrs. Kelly,presided at the organ wjtlj her accustomed ability and very effective were the violin, obllgatoa by Mr, Harlan Thomson./The subject for the evening was ''The: Waiting G.uo�t, baaed on Rev. 3 21^. Needless to say the whole service was enjoyed by the large congregatlpn. The Uev. AV. IngUs and the board of mau-Bgurs take their opportunity of thanking' the Spring CoiJloe friends for their kindly help. ,''' ' AVe are pleased to^.'see Mr. Clark around again alter undergoing on operation tor appendicitis. Rheumatlsnt^ in the leg corfineW hlip 'to use crutches. ' . ' .'  ' ' . Our plher patient, Mr. -Duistin" is progressing ftivQi;ably.-mlt a bill to the Diet tor the; tSstnb-lishmcnt of a Monarchy In tho conn'- try. � ;-,- A"freight " wreck onthe  Grand, Trunk at Nelfts. Corners, neAr St. Thpmiis, xHUsed hundreds of dollars' damsse. COL. HERBERT J; MACKIE, .M.P. recruiting, John MncLenn, consul lu [ (o^ North Ronfre*- is-* probably th< Glasgow 6t the- Russian '.Bol.sliovlki ! largest man in tho hoiise ot commons governm�U. in Iho high court yesler- (;ol. Macklo ,hn.'� a long record In th< day was ^eutoncod to five years' pounl -Vohintoer Mllltirt Service. Gonimund servitude under the Detoiico ot tho j red tho Warren's Scouts in the Soutl Realm Act. The . evidence nhowCd i African war, and .wears the Qfucon'! that jWncLoun publicly had urged | Modnl with one clasp; went with 1li< WM'klngnieu to break all laws and to | Coronation Conllivgcnt to England l� re^luco parliumout by an organization i 1902; by protnsslon is a luihbcrmai patternfd after the Russian Soviets, and rancher. - ' ' OF COMMERCE SIR EOMl*