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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - April 27, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta FA6R POCB TffK LETHBRIDOB letb�ridj7, aitxrta OAIUV ANU WKEKLY PrMrletora and Publitlcr. fHt LKTHBRIDOE H6RALD PRINT-ING COMPANY LIMITCr U3 6th Street South Lcthbrdg* W. A. Buchii: an Frc�l(l�?nt ami .\lana�in� Dlro.'l.-r lohn Toriance � Uuaiiibea MauasM TSLEPHONES Buatnpfm otfico .......... fcdltoriai OMic� .......... 12M 1714  uttfCipti?-! Hat�>; rally. I'.f'i\. reii rt ..... 10 Tuily, I'ally, by uiail i'�r von ...... WoekiT l.v IT y>p.r ... I'. 50 W>rmy. hy ��i-.y.l tei year to US j: 00 Da�r� of expiry of suhxTlptioni �^ jear liaily i.n iiclclrf!>!i label. Accept n.i' I'f r* ; fic eipirati^n .lati? Is our autlijriiy to iMiuiniie tlie �ub acilptioD THE PROGRESS OF THE WAR 1 .�.i'.".(K�n I'.iixT-i 'i'- .'1 Ii'v- Tli-^ (.11''.urt , y. -�.n!.iy ijy ; Iron noiir >!';i's r, li--,:; n:o? .i los~, �lioiiKii not iioi'i'^i>ari;y .iis;*?-iriu- t!)' I'voiirb .1:0 11.iw .'iie.ij.hI �  1 ;: im- portant point of (le{('iirp The p.ipi-rs 1 ;.,.>.:,- .. m'n-;-:> o. kot'pini? lip reiiifiirrciiifntM. '.n order i\\,it the Co rrti;inr� may no: luiyc r!i,' l>M-;t jio^ ai'.;i>- Tr.o los.-tr of tli. .�iituy .'ontiiiue to bt' riior;nous 1' �! .111.1 ;i,iii t ir .h>' tlie pres-ii'-tcrii 'r.iiU .1--;- vft for th>> 't' Ktnim>'! Hii! r:uan* on I ho nous PARMERETTE INVASION THREATENS OLD ONTARIO. �'iitario ; ".ireateri. (I �itii an iBvi- -1, o; � i.iritU'r.'Mf.- v. ao. ;f provid- roli- and urgeti iii�lr-tnany by ooUec-t ive. offl rial and persistent f.ilselioo,!. '! Knitland w�* 'lie .Muse of Mie are fiis wi-nis i iio iioi iiiteml to atlopt the th' ory now widespread .'uiu iiK ii- KiiKland wa;* the orlslnato" of all the Infriftue.^ ieadinK to the war (Hi tlie contrary. I heliev.. Sir IMward (.;re\s love of peio ,ilul ll - uenuilie ,l.'-l:e to arrive ,1' ,iti uii !�*; Uf. bii". ho allow.ll hi-.uself 'o heeonie to � h.-p'" ' -^^y iMltaPKled :ii Itir network o riMio o i;ii-.-ian y 11. I .ml i fi;..i no way .ra-till refore 1,1; 'h.i: � hi. ; be.11 ill h..- power to prevent �\ trld \\ dr wA^ jtoi I'I aiiionf; tile Klicli-li t!n--t(V-r.e;>;iuin to .-e;\y ,is a oatto' cry I'.i I'.iptiKi Persius. hi he lo r- l.ner Tageblaii, .idds this I'un'.ii-.i tioti "An unUerst.indinp .Mi^h- i.> !> easier now tha' we liave heard fi'- .11 the two opposini; forees, from .L.tow and l.i. liit.iA -k,> t Kind w*is lu^t re-rou-ilio' Tor t .1 a.-i htt'aert > le. n h-,;. vc 1 :\ w': i irc !es in lieriiiany I'pon what nioimtains of I'-sas on I'ellon.- of organized .al. ilat. 1, deliberaiPly s-iidu.l falsiiieation-. t'l" imperial Rovernnient rai.-od the !>.iti nor bearing tlie 'eiteiid kept always before the eyes of the toT'iian peopi . "Kiisianii heeau the" .\; 'ir-: Husisia was iho eulprit. .-he, nidnliited ami forced the :,,init of liernianv ita; early in tlie first of lon'liel the tune ehansted 'Kn^land '> 'Pai! the war" w.'.s the 'est of every utter-anee. and I'.ie hattleery of ail Germany was Oott -strafe t:ng!anlRn liii.>� Had Arrident ^Vhile I'lowinR PAILT HRRATJD 'ratier, ini;, .\pr nottli of onr \i*-p c.irro.^pnri'Vnt^ .\pril J'l On Sunday morn-Jls'. Mr .Tohn Jensen, llvlnn llie river, passed away sitil-de!il> ri.. .�aii>> �'f death b.^UiR heart rouM.. I'i.' deceased had been In jio ir h.'.i; h for seve.-al yearta. The w 1-; h"!d on Tuesday ;ifter-noon ,it � p Ml 1 lie oiTVlee was i-on-dip t.- ! iti Ih" Mormon ehiireh and wa.s in l.ii^e of i;;slioii Haines .Kil'ii Hou.').- of Coal fity has been off worn f.'i �il'tary party v�hd I'led to tho h.ts in a! barn m tl'.. noi-h end of town that stood i\]Hi-' iroiii o'her !uilIillnB.� and did not spr. .01 f-.u'lier, M.' \V i; Hughes, who has been op-er,.' tir: :\ eoal m ne tor somelinie In t'o,.! I'liv. is removing this week to le uitilieller. where he expects to i>pen up .1 new mine. (In Monday evening, .\pril '.'L'tid. a \.rv ento\able soilal gatlierlns was M ill the home of Mr ;ind Mrs Wni r,indnn letter carriers have rejeot-�h1 rrnniier Borden's offer of a war bonus Instead of a wage Increase, and _ win press their demands for higher wages to meet the high rost of living On Instructions from the depart _ ^ ment of Justice In Washington two 71,0 naval appropriation bill, carry-Oermans suspected of furnishing Her approilniatelv |l.;!12.(iP().()(to Imine many with Information relative to ,||afe!y available to meet the naw s the departiir- of American troop ^.^r reQiflremenIs, wa.s passed unanl transports for France were arrestod. 1 mously by congresg The death occurred at Kingston of the three-year-old daughter of I'oll'e ConstBhlo Marsbull Armstrong, following serious burns the child suffered n week ago while playing with matches. For Ihe first time in the history of Manitoba, an absolute decree of ill vorce was pronounced when .lu-itice (ealt granted the appeal of t'alherliie Walker for a divorce from her hiis band, K. S. Walker. sATrnnAY. april 27. lou Mrs. Oeorgn Wlliher, 144 aowaii avenue, Toronto, wife ot a soldlerJ dropped ilead of heart failure, leav^ Ing a family of seven cWldren. Toronto representatives will flirht the M >ckeuzle Mann application tor a radial ' and settled with lits parents In Talbot vllln, passed away Hatiirday In bl� IMilh year Nelson l/cvaii. an employee in ono' of tb� Kilehonor factories, was fined $tiH and tl 111. in'l- the con i ...ll ..11 ouifi' ,(- -iU incenUve visions iif (>nt.irio farmers I;; ,'( 1^'! ' o ; tie A m.i.1 it 'n I h-y n.. n-i V. r ii' :.'o ef-..-np.rv fee: tlia: lii';. > aunot '� -) i;i .1 tin ; ;-o.ii ^;.lUh--M :.;{' Jo:...-3t!c .-iliia- :i;. ii.i^!..-lo.- i.;riU5 :i =er-. P p'-o',,ih:y re^'Jlt in r.^lievlng , i'iu;...-;!,)n ou the back -T.i'.- of th,. imnner province more diffii ult making excuses to their aKhan, was lined for sending a wives for dodging the spade, the hoe f�l'f message from l^ondon to Ire-and the rake A few more such pesky ^'"^^}'^*\ ' Germans are march- laws and life will not be wortVliving ��� Calais. ' for th� lords of creation i ,. The members of the local Odfellows '"hn.Nelson of \ ancouyer. at-todg-" will commemorate the Smh I {f "'I'^e'l, f >�i^-We swallowing car-niversary of their order bv attending! ^""'^ acid becaus;' his wife refiised Divine Service in St Theodore's 1'? 'f^'f him. He was arraigned In church, Sunday. April 28th a, 1! P m. ; [^o^^^o"--; '"e charge of at- A Wedding Priva'e Joseph Watson and ?riss Jennie S. oP both of Taltev were united On of q(tacta *f the new order-hi-council tegAxSaC the conscription in marriiee on Wednesday. .April .I-lthJof men betWien twenty and tw^enty-people believed it ' Golt strafe Kng-' H T 'f"' .service being perform- three years old, inclusive. Is that someil PRESBYTERIAN Knox Charch Cemer 4�h Ave. and Mh > ftsv. Capt A. H. Danoen, Paater llev. W. F. Burna, Aetlnf Paatar. Refular aervlcea at 11 a-m. and 7.SI 10 a.m.: Boya Department. M-SO a.m. Big Rtsters' nible Class. 2.30 p.m.: Big Brothers' Bible Class. 1.00 p.m t Other Departmeata of Sua- day School 4 p.m.: Chlaaae Class. THE UNITED CHURCH OF NORTH LETHBRIDGE Rev. e. J. HodginK, B.A . Pastor 1271 5th Ave. N. Phone 1659 10 a.m.: Junior Class .Meeting. 10 a.m.: Boys' Dept. of the Sunday! School In the hall. 11 a.m.: Morning Service. Chalk Talk "Leaaens from Coal." 2.00 p.m.,: Beginners' and Primary Depts of �he Sunday School in the hall. 2.00 p.m : Girls' Dept. of the Sunday School In the church METHODIST land" was on evt ry Up. tlie gang" of Potsdam started the cry, pulpit and press took it up. it resounded through all the empire. It was a monstrous deception, devised to hide U-rmanys guilt. Yet lor that the Uerman people went too far, fur that millllons of them have been slain or' '^e front, where he has been In active Rev. A. C. Bryan' The of the classical colleges are dosing i p.m : Adul'.sl).>pt^ of the Sunday ed by (.'; bride wa.s attended by Miss Jennie Paterson and the groom supported by Mr. Willie Paterson. After the ceremony, dinner was served In the home of Mr George Scott, father of the bride Mr. and Mrs. Watson then left for Lethbridge and other points. Private Watson returned on Sunday from I : maimed, for that their country has i been made insolvent, for that the I name of Germany has been made de-: testable to mankind. What are the German people going to do about it. now that from German wilnessea they have learned the truth, tiow ..that they have baeu toid how their, roasters, their pastors, their professors, and their newspapers lied to them? Winnipeg is to have autumatic telephones. Those easterners will become modern after a while. THE GREAT GERMAN DECEPTION. For telling the tni'h about liis mis-' alon in I-ondon. about the efforts of! the Uritlsh governmeni to prevent tlie j war. and about th�- rejeciiou by his own government of Sir IMward Grsy's overtures for peace in August, ISl I Prln lllth St. \. Ill am Subject: "The Absolute Sin-i lessness of the Saviour. Had Christ i 'Hereditary Tendencies to Overcome' as stated by Evangelist Fao an. :i to 1 p.m.: Sunday School. 7.:'.ii p.m. Subji.t: -God's Way of Safl vation In the Oispenaatieris of the Past. Present and Future. A reply to the obsolete 'Gospel to the Circumcision' preached by Evangelist Fagaii. Compare Acts 2, 38 with Gal. 2, 7. Everybody Welcome Til" uljove subjects .ire of vital Im portance to all iliaiiklnd. If Christ had sin iu His body, lie cannot be the Stiviour of man. If God has included Baptisiti lis a pre-retiulsite tor Ihe re ins for 7.5 In the Itible School. Kach l ,,i^^j,, ,f ^j^, ,h,, ,h,.re are thou one counts one. ( OMK, j sands of di vout professors deluded. A^ The Kagans will have charge of the meetings both morning and evening. In ASSOCIATEO BIBLE STUDENTS Room 12, Staffdc^ Block Sunday, 7.10 p.m.: Bible Study on the Book of Rc>Telation. Wednesday, 8 p.m.: Bible Study on "The Atonement Between God and Man," followed by prayer and teHti mony meeting. Seata Free. No Collection. the stateiiK-nts made by Evangelist Fagan affect Ihe very basis of Salva tion. 1 cannot allow them to go un ciiallenged. garbage (ruck shouldn't make good! Prince Lichno'wsky. either because be has buen long enough silent under the accusation that he did not correctly inform his government of Britain's intentions in that fateful last week iu August, or because of remorse of con.sclence. or a real love for the trulli of hi.slory, made plain his pinion thai if his representatitma and Sir Edward Grey s appeals lor a conference o:" the pjwers had been heeded in Berlin there would have been po war. His testimony sets forth, what all the world outside the Taotooic alliance knows to be the fact, that Great BriUIn sincerely desired peace, not war, and that she Btrova to avert the struggle by bring-Inc about a up with tlie singing l>f Auld Lang Syne. On Friday evening of last week the young people of St. Theodore's ! gave .Miss .Murtlo Bates a surprise' party during tho course of which tliey presented her with a handsome mani- , cure set in appreciation of her ser-I vi( PS in the church, for the men In the garbage colluction , .Miss Fox of Little Falls, .V Y., has department .\nd a year is a long rec-mly bei;n installtd aH night nur.-;.'-jjjjjg : In the local hospital. _ 1 .\ number of the farmers In the dls- ! triet have completed their Heeding of O'Connor's successor will likely he ^-wheat and some of the main is already Haig. President Shaltcross received � Sunday School, 2 p.m. the following reply trom the comman-, Monday, Thursday, Saturday, 8 p.m. der in chief of the British armies in Tuesday. 7.30 p.m., Corp Cadets France: 'Your kindly message has | Wednesday, 2 p.m.. Home League. 8 pm.: Life Saving Scouts and Guardti T)ic Citadel Band in attendances, Sunday and Thursday Servlcea. Everybody Welcome PENTECOSTAL PENTECOSTAL ASSEMBLY 8. O. E. Hall, next v. M. C. A. Rev. C. M. Neve, Pastor Res. 357 leth St. N. Pastor will speak in the morning. EvangeliHt R. Scott in the evening. Everybody Welcome CHRISTIAN SCIENCE CHRISTIAN SCIENCE SOCIETY Hull Block. 7th Street B. Sunday Servlea ain' Wh�t Is >�'-"' Kive away ,' There in Flanders yesterday Was a soldier, fine and true. Who gave up his llfo f�r you. -Petroli Free l'r(!bM. and fell somo ten ttet, oonttng Ulular the ploughs butore ba could get ouf ot Uus xoad. These paiesd over blm partially, cutting him badly about the head and body and dragging htm about three rods before the accident was discovered and tho engine stopped. Hud h4 come under the li^vy packer thut 1 was being drugged benlnd the plows Irt) would havo been Instantly cri'shed to death. It will be some time lieforo I Mr. Jones recovers as It is feared there are one or two bones broken, but ho will always have cause \o he llianktul tor a miraculous escape from u honlbU deatli. 1245S�cHAvt.S. eUPPLIEg AND EQUIPMENT* PhoBf 7S5 J. B. TURNEY & COMPAfflr, LTD. LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA ;