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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 2, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta AUGUST Itflt PAILT HERALD VETERANS WAN Tori lltf drastic rcsohi Jint eeetny mont of a custodlah ot alien enemy property the itrlpt enforcement of present alien enemy laws the reduc tion of Income el married aliens sub ject to tarnation frqm flOOO to and of from to ITBO a 10 per the suppression Qt enemy alien books and the dlimlssal of alien en emies employed y the government and the application of the Military i Service Act to all with the alternative of returning to their own Weat MaoNell bf Saskatchewan a serious situation obtained In the west riewspapera were pub lished in the Oermah stir ring up disloyalty among enemy aliens who otherwise would be or with projer would be pro These papers used by people are We have protested repeatedly to the government but have feceivedonly evaalve A revised draft of the constitution Iras Americana Surge Forward in Battle Which Centres About Old Chateau tide of battle tin American front drifted aome wliat eastward M Wednesday and all the more severenghting la occurring Vegetable Compound and In the TlDlQMr of the village of Cler wbliji If about two south of Heutera corres pondent on tfte American tele graphing Thursday the correspondent con hat for tome flays been a stunWIng block to our and It Is noteworthy that it and the Meun ere Wood formed atrong centres of opposition daring the flrtt German re treat from the the havoc wrought during the two retreats being curiously One stately whoqe jwalls has in the banqueting hall big bushes of elder berries which evidently had there when the roof was blown oft In Clerges itself Is unoccupied by either neither having any wish to be in for the village Is in a deep cup in which the gas lies ten feet So It remains and so it will remain while the still summer wea ther a village of the of dead rats ana with all the herbs and flowers that bad blessed It burnt and Meanwhile the battle about it on the surrounding the Am erlcans fighting toward up the Ourcq Vafley and over the high ground north ot and down fromthe near Bergy while the Germans after filling the village with Illustrated from the crests to the and the east what could be ac complUhed in a deterrent way with machine gun 8lr been orary hej neither hon Owing to ol the Walheryille branch of the Dominion Bank at Canada will close Its at the end of the The staff and basinets of the branch wilt bo transferred to In the British house bf Boner chaaceltor of the said the government prepared to require the path of al legiance frpm all persons entering the service in Geld lockata and watch fobs were presented to two returned in who was wounded at and Albert who was at Fred of waa ar raigned before Magistrate charged with the murder of Harry of on July No evidence was submitted and on re quest of Crown Prosecutor Matheson an adjournment was Henhr sheriff of Francis died at in his 74th He was the second son of the late Lord of and Is a brother of the present Lord of Queens The last wish of Willis Homer a multimillionaire of who died at that hie remains ehould be cremated and his have been damaged by shells to the four winds of was carried out at The War Finance Corporation will advance funds through banks In the Kansas Ojty and Minneapolis federal reeerve districts to farmers and cattlemen worse production has been hindered wasan nounced by Governor Harding of the federal reserve Miss Alice daughter of and Joseph of Balti and a niece of President Wilson will be married at tlup White House to the Isaac Stuart of White Sulphur on Wednesday August Perfection of an airplane flare for uee In night bombing expeditions over enemy was announced in Washlnaton by the inept The released frog the JV tachute anil Is let 7 At a height ol it will a Hi an candle area one and onehalf The glare plane trrtm the ground r The that Count in Comfort and Appearance store with its extensive well filled shelves has always realized the imi portance of shoe comfort and style as viewed by the well dressed man and We buy with the idea in mind that a shoe adds tone and distinction to anjh suit and we buy shoes whose reputation and worth have been echby years of service and We handle the best and most reliable great bulk at popular prices bought from firms who cannot afford to turn a poqr Then when its a question of a little more profit or a little shoe value the shoe has the rightof way every No matter what price you pay you get the very best shoeihat comes at that 1 i p and Correcting Service Along with pur big stock of ihoei we offer our customers our sejvice in fitting and foot We are competent to fit you perfectly and to acf vise and correct any of your foot We invite Profits are On a Vacation showing some lines in our windows and on our tables that are tiojial nothing wrong but the shrunk former loj fined former era miniefry of with costs dn Lon It eeieaotlon with charges that ey OOMMred to violate the Official Wretl pr obtaining anil com munlcatlnf Reformation that might be UBefttjte the Afteran ejaminaiion of the books of tne Bfcurlty State Bank ot State Bank Examiner Wat ers said there was a shortage of be tween and Bxamt ner Waters asserts that the shortage wan kept under cover by a series 6f forgeries dating back three Acting officer Bis who was recently tried at Tor onto before a general court martial of the Royal Air has been found jnnoceft Of the charges made against hjm monpy from cadets for weekend Ho In now on leave absence pending his discharge from the air To have his home burned a few days before his for which he had been preparing for weeks was the fate of of Ot Fire broke out at his residence and caused damage amounting to about to the superintendent of the provincial government mental hae been appointed director of medical hospitals for Military Dis trict according to information received from military Albert a driver in the em ployment of the Capital City Taxi Cab and a resident at the Castle met death almost Instantly when his car turned turtle about seven miles This accldtmt took place just south of the Cooking Lake near inspector of paroled prisoners in died suddenly at Toronto from heart Gil mour waa warden of Central pri son froin 1896 until the removal of that Institution from Toronto to when he became connected with the parole Prom 1886 to 1894 he sat in the legislature for Bast He was born at yeaus Major of the First fiepot a district court martial of a charge of irregularities over the Issuing of leave passes to A civil is pending in connection with a charge ot accepting bribes from the Johan Orber helmer for securing additional leave of absence for certain the AisneMarne battle was a nephew of Prince former German Imperial The who WM a battalion was as tonished to near that there was a large American army in He faid he bad been as had ail that American sol diers in France did not exceed Father the well known professor of science and matics at the Boniface Wljjnipeft Iflftlpr Montreal where he will permanently take up his resi having been recalled by the Reverend Father Provincial of the So ciety of Jesus In The Regina Trades and Labor Council and a number of the local unions have passed resolutions to be to President Wilson asking that reprieve be granted to who has been sentenced to on August Mooney has al reagy orved twf yeare in jail In con nectKm with a bomDlnf Incident at tbe Pacific the well known hockey formerly of Ed has received a bar to his Military Cross and promoted to flight ootnmander with the rank of captain the Aviation Corps for bravery in 15 German 7 Nelson Sktrltck BtiiMiaf SUNBURN HEAT RASH n i is re PS Bires U I Ov ainliuk GENERAL STRIKE AGAIN THREATENED BY WINNIPEG Metal Trades Cannot Get De And More Hen purpose in the past to various The Roberts was indicted on a charge of manslaughter In the second degree by the Hannepin county grand jury at The indict ment returned in connection with the death ofGeorge 11 yoare who was run down and killed by the Roberts automobile hnre last Thomas of who died on July leaving an estate valued at by a will tiled for probate bequeaths his Ambrose a legacy ot twenty five pioneer in the natftmal savethebables movement and author of maity medical died in at the age of sixty One eoldler was killed and four others were Injured and two civilians were badly shaken up as the result of an accident In Hamilton when a military ambulance and an automobile went over the rolling down a 90foot James of lost his life Driver Shenfield McMaeter and Barrow were the Injured and John Car son were the A bonus of three months salary Is on the way from Ottawa by express to the civil servants In Nelson and district customs accord ing to a telegram received by George collector of customs at from John com missioner of Joe an Austrian from was sentenced to three months in jail at Port Edward for re ceiving gun powder through the This is paid to be the maximum pen alty under the War Measures The magistrate recommended intern ment at the expiration of the sen Sarah of who a week ago was found guilty of the charge of attempting to bribe two detectives of the city police force when they arrested her on a charge of keeping a bawdy was fined in the Supreme Criminal by Chief Justice She was atao bound over to keep the George brewer of New whose estimated at f was taken over by alien property ia re ported to be returning from Germany to Institute for recovery of the Bnret went to Oer many before the United en tered the I Hiyaleal requirements for drafted luen In have been amended so M to wake the minimum height sixty laches and the minimum weight It was learned that Tnitruc tioni been to them to cer tify for general military aervlce aH Who within these The minimum to baiikt of the regular array remains at Joseph director of pub lic of told the mem of the Rotary Club that during peat five He had filtered him to protect gambling houses and houses of 111 fume In Mon treal and that he knew there had been no than pafd out for this A meeting will be held tonight of the Winnipeg Trades and Council to decide what measures ehall be taken to compel employers to recognize the claims of certain unions In Winnipeg now striking for higher wages and better working A number of sympathy emending If nec to a gen oral will be it is if the demands are not About a thousand metal trades workers different shops in Winnipeg Uftve been on strike for 12 days The employers In these shops refused to negotiate with the men before they but present ed side of the case to a commis sion presided over by Chief Justice who inquired into the grlev antes of the This commission has not yet made a and the Trades and Labor council has decided to takn some Immediate action to bring the strike to an TO STOP mm morn ings session of the conven President Purney urged the con vention to confine Itself to tide Im portant business still under dlecun I ask tapdis putes to nonfUw to the work before People are say ing that we have lost public confi Lot us show them we are worthy of On motion of Major who arrived this morning from Otta the president a corti mlttee consisting of Hamil and Tlion of British to Interview the Winnipeg end Ottawa delegates and try to bring them back Intothe This revolution was seconded by Delegate of whosaid he had attended the caucus on pro portionate voting but did net with draw with the Winnipeg Ottawa men from the The Ontario government will take the road from Prescott to Ottawa and Kingston to M ft pro vincial i Glenn Entertainers iComing Fifth Dijr of OiMrttuqua Will Be Featured by Two f rogniM Joyott Enttrtninment Two programs filled brim with entertainment wilt be lented on the fifth day with the coming of and Glenn These roving artists have won al prominent place among Chautauqua the country Both aif musicians and are capable of presenting i musical program alone would eult the most exacting In addition to this tbw possens real histrionic and the dramatic iketches which they are among the moat artistic productions of the The two programs ofthf fifth day Include bnrttone end noprfno focal etorytelllpB and mmlcal and dramatic TT Pure Food Another Drop in the Price of Veal are receiving large supplies daily and have again reduced the price for this week You can save from Sc to lOc per by buying at any of our markets on i Butter Prices Are Advancing Secure your requirements early Saturday We have received a shipment of extra choice FARMERS Every pound Sat 4Oc per We will also have a special shipment of Spring Chickens Saturday Please place your orders Burns POMINIQN MAHKCT 4TH AND ITH PHONE MAIN MAMKIT THIRD AVENUE 9QUTH PHONES 41 AND 1388 THIRTiENTH ITMICT PHONE 491 ;