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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 2, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta FRIDAY, AUGUST THE; DAH.T IIERALD PAGE NINE PWPONON 1 1on 4r DOCTOR URGED OPERATION ittte.dlteokLrii.LPiiJk. VefeUble and QoW. taryttn '5 a lae ot a custoauVi ot alien enemy the enforcement of present alien eoemy lawa, Ue redtic tlon of income ol married allena sub- ject Io UMtfon froui fJOOO to and of H Wfl to ullll a lupertai ot 10 per cent, the Buupretsion of books and ot an emles empioredjsy the ernnent; and the application of Ike MiUUr) Smrvlce Act Io all eqeuy allent, with the ol returning to their country In Comrade H Saskatchewan fM a aerloua situation obtained in the west were pub- lished In the lansuaje, stir ring up amont enemj aliens vho ptherwltajf01114, b9 neutral, Of T-ilh proper fuldaace, would pro- papers are usod b) peorBe are We baTeTirotested jepeatedly to the i-oyernroeut erMlve answers' A revlMd draft of the constitution vas V? PASSING ad, It cast a ciAdle one and pnj-MJ' ire prevents 7. (rom SUNBURN HEAT-RASH Bank o( Ctatdt, will the end p( the The ilifl ind builaesi of branch will io In tlie Britiili house o[ Bonar Law, chancellor of the ex chequer, Bald the government uaa pnntrcd to require tbe oath of al (ejUnce from all personi entering the clTll urrlee in future water) fobs wire prawnted to two returned aoUter Ontario Con Mclntyre, wu wounded at and Albart Bishop, who itiell Courctlitte CMp, M of.eraJtai.ru. adfiMd ijtit will ur wmin nfm fnp eachWhuito t. MUvtovfcft Fred ralgned, befori MaiUtnte Praser, charged with the murder of Harry Americans Surge Forward Which Centres About 014 Chateau I ondon AUK ha '.ids of battle oil thi! American front drifted Thal eastward oat and all Uic more seyare' Ojhtlrig la pcctirrinj In the Tlclnttf lie -vlllafe ot Cler- (M, which to about two mllas east ot Swff. Heulera corns poudMt on American front tele- grayblai Tkurtday thfl corresponiient con llnues 'hai for aome days been a iloblt to our advance and It Is noteworthy that it and the Meun lere Wood formed strong centres of opposition during the first German re treat from tie the haToc wroucht th> two being curkmil} IntfrrnlnjleJ One stately chateau wlose have by shells- baa In the banquettlog hall big bustles ot elder which eyldently nafl seeded there when the roof was blown off In Hit Clerges Itielt li unoccupied o) either side, neither hating an} wish to be In there, for the village Is In a deep cup In which the cae lies ten feet deep So It remains and M it will remain while the still summer Wi- ther a Tillage of the dead, ot dead cata rats and mice with all the herbs and fjowera that had bleiied It burnt and blighted, Meanwhile tbe battle tbout It on the surrounding- hllla the Am- ericans fighting toward It, th" Ourpq Valley and over the bleb ground north ot Rencheres and down from the hills near Bergj -while the Germans after fllllac the village with gas frustrated from the creila to the north; and the east _wliat could be ac HaruiclE, of Karalota on July 23 Ko eviden.ee was submitted and on re- quesfof Crown Prosecutor Mathesoil an adjournment was granted Ron HenW Aylmer sheriff of St Fragcla dlsULt at Shorhrooke, Que, in hli 14th year He tba second son of the late Lord' Aylmer, ot Melbourne and Is a brother of the present Aylmer, ot tjueens Bay, B.C. The last wish of Willis Homer Parlt, _ raultSmillionaire ot Ohio who dlei at Brockvllle that nls remains ehould be cremated and bis former lord, lined ornoQ former en) minlfc'ry ol munitions uhh lu Un OMMctlon with charges lhat to violate the Official act fey obtaining and, C0n> municattnc infonuatlou thai mtffht he uieful tbe ciierav ail examination ot the books ot (he Slalo Hank ot Knot State Bank Liamluer J R Wat er; sal4 there Mas a shortage of be- tween and Mr Water' asserts that the shortaec, WM by a series 6t forgeries dating back three Actini Warrant Officer J. M. Bis- sett, who was recently tried at Tor- onto before aV general court marital ot the Royal Air Force, has been found tnnpceal of the charges made against fatal of1 taking' money from cadets'for week-end passes. Ho IB now on leave of absence pending bis discharge from tha. air -force. To have his home burned a tow days before his marriage, for ivhjcli he had been preparing for weeks was tli8 fate of Mr. li. Robiilard, of Ot- tawa. Fire broke out at Ms residence and caused damage amounting to about ?300 Interior. Col. C. E. Doberty, superintendent pi the .provincial government mental hospitals, has been appointed director of medical hospitals, for Military CUTS SORES USE OHLY amBuk Trades and council hag decided to take some immediate action to bring Uie strike Io an end. Metal Trades Cannot M Be- More Men May purpoift In the past to various SOUP -ashes strewn -to the four winds ot heaven, >-as carried out at Hillsburg, Pa. _ The "Bar Finance Corporation will advance banks Dallas Kansas City and Minneapolis federal to farmer; and cattlemen worse production has. been hindered by. drought, l( an nounced by Harding of the federal board Miss Alice Wilson, daughter ot Mr and Mrs Joseph R Wilson, ot Baltl more and a niece of President Wilson trict KO'. Ill according to information received from military headquarters Barrow, a driver In the em- ployment of 'he Capital City Taxi Cab company, Edmonton and a re [dent at "the "Castle met death almost Instantly when his car turned .turtle atemt 'iiveri miles outxof town. This accident took place just south of the Cooking Lake Trail, near Bishop's The Key. R. E. Itoberts was Indtctei] on a charge of, in the second degree by the Hannepln county grand Jury at Minneapolis. The indict- ment returned In connection with the death of'fieorge TIICDSC, 11 years pldt who was >un down killed by the Rev. Mr. Roberts' automobile hore last week. Mr.- Thomas Croxlorj, of Toronto who died on July 7th, last, leaving ai estate valued at by a will filed for prQbalc litQuealliB his EOII, -Mr Ambrose Croxtoh, a legacy of twenty five cents. DK.Thps. Js'. Gray, pioneer in th natfensl save-the-bables movement an autbpr.of medical wo.rks, diec in Orange, N.J., at the age of eiity five. One soldier was killed and' four others were injured and two civilians were badly shaken iip as Ihe result of an accident in Hamilton when a nilltary ambulance and an automobile went" dyer Ihe cliff, rolling down a )0-foot-embankment. Pte: James of Dundas.'iost his jlfe; Driver Shenfleid SergL Corp.' A. McJIaster and Capt, Harrow were the injured soldiers. and John Car- son were the civilians. I Aug. !.-rA meeting will held tonlgbt ot the Winnipeg 'radcs and Council to decide measures shall be taken to ompel employers to recognize tha lalms of certain unlpns In Winnipeg ow striking for higher wages and ettar working CQUditiohs. A number f sympathy hikes, if nec- eesary, Io a senaral be It is if ihe demands are ot met. About a thousand luetal trades workers different shops in Vinntpcg have been on strike fpr days past. The employers In these hops to negotiate willi'the men before tliey struck, but present- ed side of liie caso to a comniis- ilon presided over by Chief Justice ncrs, who inquired into the eriev- BS of the men. This commission Toronto, Aug. Ai this morn- Ing's session of the G.W.V.A. conven- tion. President Purney urged the con- vention to confine itself io ihf im- portant bus.inesa slil! uodfr "discua- sioo. "1 ask you to (rpM dis- putes .twnfiju ysursiiyiit to the work before Pecple are say- ing that we iiave lost public contl- deuce. us show them we'- are worthy of On molipn of Major iv-ho arriveil this morning from- Otta- wa, the president appointed, a com- mittee consisting of Ilendrie. Hamil- ton. Creelman, Montreal, and Tison of British Columbia, to interview tha Winnipeg ond Ottawa and try to ''bring them back Into'1 the fold." This resolution was seconded by Delegate Power, of Ottawa, who 'said he bad attended the caucus ofi pro- portionate voting but did ntfi with- draw vith the Winnipeg aryl Ottawa, men from the convention, lus not yet made a report, and tbe vincial highway. The Ontario will' take rjver the road from Prcscoll to Ottawa and Kingston to Napanee, M a..'pro- Glenn Well's Entertainers Coming Fifth Diy ol Be Featured by Progr.W W Jtoyoes EBtrrtaiameot compllsbed 10 machine gun fire 'tn be marri'd at to the Key Isaac Stnart JUBlcoy. Jr of WlHte bulphur Springs Va on Wednesday August 7 Perfection of an airplane flare for m night bombing expeditious over enemy territory Announced in Washington orrJlnancAvjlftpart raent Is frprtfthe Dr. J. Gilmour, inspector of paroled prisoners In Ontario died suddenly at Toronto from heart disease. Dr.'Gll- mour was of the Central pn frojl 1898 until the" removal of th'a't initllution from Toronto to buelph when be became connected with the'parole board From 1S86 to 1894 he sal in the iejislaluro for East York. He was'born at Newcastle Ontario. S3 jcass ago I Sergt, Major R F Perrlara ot the acquittld p> a court martial of a charge of irregularities over tbe Issuing of leave passes to draftees civil action however Is pending in connection a charge of accepting bribes from the Rev Joban Orber helmer for securing additional leave of absence for certain loldleri' Atane-Marne battle was a nephew of Prince von Buolw, former German The A Shoes that Count in Comfort r i M t and Appearance This store with its extensive well Hied shelves has always realized the im-j portance of shoe comlort and style as viewed by the well dressed man and woJ jnan- We buy with the idea in mind that a shoe adds tone and distinction to suit and we buy shoes whose reputation and worth have been I ed by years of service and value. We handle the best and rpost reliable I areat tulk-at popular prices bought from firms who cannot afford to turn ckjt I a poor shoe, then when it's a question of a little more profit or a Ijttle, .shoe shoe has the right wsy every time. No matter what price pay you bcftshoe'that comes at that price. 1 Fitting and Correcting Service Along with our stock of shoes we offer our customers our service in fitting and ihtcorrecting loot troubles. We are competent to fit you perfectly and to 11 'vise 4nd oirrcct Any of yqor foot trouMes. We invite cofwdtttion. I chancellor The officer, battalion com minder, wa ed Io bear thai {here American army In France. He [aid be bad been cony I need, as had iiroermana thai the American ?o1 ditri ID France did not exceed 50000 Her. Father Blaln, S.J., the weH- owh professor of scleice and mathe- ailcB at the St Boniface College, lejt for Mofttreal where he tiently take up hia reel been by the F'Ather Frorinclal of the Sfr of Jesus In Canada. Trades anfl Council-and a of the: local hare pasBKU rtstlutiond lu Le to PresldmL Wilson asking that reprieve be tainted to T J. Woonej, who has been eentenced to On Augtitt 23 Mooney has ready yerred In jail In con- mection with a bomlJluK incident at ths Pacific Coast _ J W A Duncan, well- known hockey player forme Mr of Ed- monton has m bar to his Croat ami promoted to flighl with the nmk of captain AT! a Lion' Corps (or Bravery In :ttackinj plngle-hioded, la German A bonus, or three months' salary IB on the way irpm Ottawa by expr to the civil servants In Ncleon and district, customs accord- ing to a telegram received by Georgo John slant1, collector of cue to ma at Neikon, Itom John McDougald, cqta missioner of customs. Joe Zafeiwky, an "Austrian from Brant ford, was sentenced to three months 1n jail at Port Edward for re powder through the maiti ThW is "paid to be the aHy under the AVar Measures. Act Tho magistrate recomrnenc.edtq.tern ment at tbe expiration of the sen tence Mra. Sarah Calvfn, of Edmonton, a week ago wae found guiil} of the charge of attempting to bnbe two of the city police force When they arrested her on a charge of bawdy house, was f200 In the Supreme Criminal Court, by Chief Justice Harvey She afeo bonnd to keep the peace Two programs filled briip with Joyous will (M prer Muted on fifth day comtug of Ur and lira. Glenn Tbese fouig1 artiata have won a! prominent plficV among1 lie country oyer Both aye eptendld and are capable of pnwenting i musical program alone that "would euit tbe moRf critic ID addition to ibis talent, tnap pcsqftu real histrioalc ability and tbe dramatic [ketches which they glTa, are among the most artistic prodttttteof'of'the platform A. two proaranu of'tbf fifth day baritone snft aoprano sjbs, focal ctorT'telljpe'aQd readings, pUno.oguM, musical and dramatic tketcnes. i v f J-hret, of New fork, caUle, estlmafed at taken OTdr by alien property ctatodlan IB re- wrlM to retnmtma; from Germany o JMtltute for recoTery t went to Qer- before tl lered the war v Profits are On a Vacation T We are showing some in our windows and on our tables that are excep- tioM valiesVthere't nothing wrong but the shrunk W. J. Nelson Co, tie states en- Pkysica! requirements ttr dratted b US MM amendM io u to Btke the minimum (lily iM ud the 110 b It WM lesraei Ikat Iwlruc- lion have heen Hut to to cer- tify tor general military regislratiU who conje, within limits, The minimum as b of the fmy ranalai 4! (Jutytwo i Joteph of pub- lic of Montr Ml, told the mem- ot the Rotary Clib darini; five kMI kad offered bin to protect HOIISM and of 111 fame In Mon- Ireal and that he knew had been no leid.than eat for this r r Pure Food Markets Saturday Specials Another Drop in the Price of Veal pre receiving large supplies daily and have again reduced the price for this. week end, You can saye froth 5c to lOc per Ib. by buying at arjy of our markets on Saturdfw. _ v Butter Prices Are Advancing yduf requirements early Saturday morning. We have received a shipment of choice FJUIMERS' DAIRY. Every pound guaranteed.' Sat Price, 4Oc per Ib. i im We will also have a special shipment of t s Spring Chickens v jSaturday morning, Please place your orders early. P. Bums Co., Ltd. DOMtNIOff C6K.4TH AVt AND' PHONE 1M4 ET MAMKET S. THIRD AVENUE SOUTH PHONES 412 AND 13M PAIACK MANKBT> H. PHONE 411 ;