Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 2, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta
AUGl'ST -HIE LETHBWDGB UKKALD PAUK ELEVEN MILADI PRAIRIE MUSINGS. V 0 -3 lleyong tho. prairies' Iroaii expanse What is tho world doing? slaughter on Ibo fields of France. There's munler, shams and ruin. There's madness oil tno ocean's wave, 'And terror in (lie air; They're fighting honest men, and brave, They're falling everywhere. s. In fair Uoumanla's Talioys wide Hcsldo the banks tit Don, Tho 'iipasants hide their peasant pride, Crushed spirits ivecp and moan. Tho homes of Belgium and of France ATQ imlverned to dust; No more (fie cuiMren laugh and dance Tneir meal is but a crust. Tito strord fs hanging o'er our head, Our neck is near Ihc yoke; Freedom hangs upon -A thread, Tho wlda worM feels tiic shock. Ah, surly despot on, your throne JtVhero is your imrplo now? The meanest serf might well disown That badge upon your brow. A thousand years wilt never wash Away tliat crimson stain; Let juslloa now her judgment flush (Jo, rrcar the brand of C'aJn. The arm ot right will yet prevail Against the desperate hordes; Thai proud Imperial. Blanco will 'quail If vengeance is tho -lord's. No hearts grow faint nor waver ytt, fant daughter has relumed! to her home in I'inclicr Creek. Mrs, W. H. Ward and little daugh ,er Ueryl. whtj have teen vlslUns IP BO., returned humo this morn No man tho tasky will Shun- New hearts will rise slill braver yet Anil crush the arrant Hun. HLiUB lirooka. Alta. fr soft and special quality I Ith. Each ExYVELOPE DAY SUES These are stamped In u rairiety of deiigiis for embroiderlnj and made eitra line cambric 7Q- J.ach y'c P1LLOW 3HAMS. IU beautifully eiscuted Drawn Thread vorK A flnlshlnB (quch to the OQ.. beil room Day Chosen. Throughout Albert For Uig "Save The Baby'! Campaign It has.been decided to select 21st next as- Child Welfnro Day throughout Alberta and to hold a 'lag day In the cities and towns ot tho province in the interests ot a great baby saving campaign. Tiie vital im- portanco of giving greater attention to the conservation of baby life has tiecn very much or.iphaalzei! by tho var. has shown that here-1 has been a serious wastage of lumah life going on because of ig- norance, anil neglect. Somo authorities claim that as many Canadian children under IVR years of age are dyltig annually rom causes that could bo prevented. to our military staUdan fiis Is equal to the JOES by (Ipath on- asiuntil by the war during Ihs first hrec years of its course. In'a coun- ry. Canada vchera population .13 so much needed and sought after, Ihls is hnnl to explain, for It means that in.the past years several hundred .housand native born ''citizens liavo ieen lost. In Great Uritafn, FVanco and Jnlled Slates, ih'fl governmenlg nro ilrcady awakening to the serion if this prohkin and vigorous meas- ires hare to .conserve ;hese, the greatest aasDls tho no- lion. In tho United tlio Kqv- crjimCDt has Inaugurated a nation wldo movement (or the snylng of I00f- bahy lives In Cannd.i there has been as yet: no national movement along theao Kncs, Govern- action has no doubt been walS ed on to awaXon'Viibif6 Interest, fn Alborta (ho government, has "adoptee an aggressive policy of public: health but to support It on an ndeo.uatp ie there Is need public (ntereai. J 7hc- Social Servlca Ixjaguo-of the vfncfl recently appointed n apccfa child welfare to tbo per son of Kev. B. S. BUhop to organize and conduct a vigorous campaign public education in.ordcr (a-SHVQ many as possible- of the 1600 bahle's who dio In Ibis province annually. To conduct tbfs campaign on an adequate (fealo rciiulres efiulnment of exblbtts literature, lantern slides, (lime, etc, There is no doubt but that therp wll hs a genoroiia public response to Ihl appeal. WA3 KILLED Ottawa, Aug. diapalcb from General Sir'Arthur Cu.rrle, commantl- Ing tho Canadian corps at the front, Lo Sir Edward Kemp, overseas min- ister ot militia, has been' cabled to the militia headquarters here. It Is 3 follows: "Everything with, us is going very veil. We have taken up amtn, our ollcy continually worrying the and have put on quite a number r raids with success." We have tak- n a number of prisoners and uiachlce una nnd hare kilted Quite a lol of Germans. So active have we been hat (he Bo'cho has. considerably, re nforced his line opposite to 03, so hat if wo are not actively fighting, vo are keeping a. fair share of bis tien from la.king part in the battle. Prisoners tell us' thai they suffered nuilo n lot trpni our fire and are mov ng thejr Hnea soinewhat." tHE CHAUTAUQUA.- (By S. S. Dunham, 4 4 4 Possibly some of our people harej 301 "yet realized Ibat the Chautaqqua ia strictly non sectarian and nod par [Iran. That ft IB an educatfooaJ more raent International In In tended for the ge'neral 'uplift of the moral and intellectual 'slahding of the people The writer IB particularly an xlous that air that slind for tho beltarment of 'society city shall co-operate In the movement minister, of whateyer denomina lion needs lo hesltftU In using bis in Iluencp'bbth.ln aiyi.put'of thio pulpit to induce his tate adTan tago ot the 'oftereh ty IhA Cbautaaqua We- are glad" lo say that anfong thoee the thja number of tho prominent clergymen This act on their part nag1" Yolunt4r> and prompted IrT their for1 gen eral good We Ihlnk" we falrfjr well acguaintcd with the personnel i the clergj of our city and knowli_ them aa Ae do, wereiy on Ifielr hearty co Jn tie prcrnoUoo ot this worJr r f Cbaulauqua naturally appeals lo the iBtelJectiuiIf tlie educated :he people seeking for btttef and the more of our people at tepdt the greater will be the toiefit and Uie higher wlU bTthe licral ud LntsUectual'standici ot uLr :tty Suppose befong'ii iturcbea. It is we have in com mop Are not oar objects common to all aad not all Atlejflptlns jo following jMme Master prompted by The lieas of higher cltlzenahlp with "a desire for increaaed loyalty to flag17 Can we npt then forget mbtor differences and ufttto In fbefftprt for the common I am we can' our .ministers; '.our [clans, our and all ose (heir toMoiicB as many a" pouftlft to 7the treats that will daring iba week of the wjjl all the pelfer for !j fcioytl and, Ijlji coiamlUea bas W charge the sale of the tfcVgts. TbB pckeijf are aod if a ant at ycj had better make vour re- serration More, U U loaUte, v nrs ChnmpalgnT Ills., August 9, W, Hogcra of Hass.. was killed [ato reslcrday oyening an accident ai Field. The Custom Tailor Made Map Has ihe advantage these days. He can dress less money. All men of all ages and sizes can have clothes made lo their taste and individuality. The tailor made man selects ma- terial to his liking and the material is the best obtainable. Why not have more value, more style, better fit? F. THAELL Cwtom Tailor to Ma wl Wwea 608 Third S.