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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - August 2, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta FilTDAY, AUGUST 2, THIS THE tETHWirDGE DAILY TrERALD PAGE NINE VETERANS WANT Tprpntp; Aug. 2.-A rtrastlo rcBolu-tion ro'ganltni( en'�tny ' aUep^ pasaed ^^nl^^^mv^[y n\ veterans convention; H 4i>iii�!ii(|^ thP ItHerimnt af all mm m\ �n v^rK ol ��i- 101)^1 {l(q{i(ir(|inqQ; restriction in trs?l �WilliJH ^ fly�a i|il|a ri^alug; the apno^n^ mont o( a cuBtoilian ot alien enomy property; the atriot enforcement of prosent alien enemy laws; the retluc-tinn of income of married allonB aub-Joot to taxation froip |8000 to �1,500 and of unmarried lron> |1,600 to 1760 with a atipertax.of 10 per cent., the HiipprasBlon pf enemy alien books aud newspaper*, the dtsmiasal of alien enemies employed jty the government and the application of the Military t Sorvloo Ac| to all enemy aliens, with thu alternative o( returning to their own country. Serious In Weat Cbmi^ade MAcN�il bt Saskatchewan Raid a serious situaiion obtained in the west wher� newspapers were published In the derman language, stirring up disloyalty among enemy aliens who otherwine would be neutral, or with proper guidanod, would bo pro-ally. "These papers are used by peojfle wlio are disloyal. We have- protested repeatedly to the government but have rocelved-only evasive answers." , A revised draft of the constitution %as Bubi^itted. F ERCTfiflGES Americans Surge Forward in Battle Which Centres About Old Chateau DOCTOR URGED IN OPERATION IntteMl I look Lydia e, Pink-hani's VofeUble CompouiMl and WMCurod. BiilUmqrv Md.-Nearly foar yean nmum mp orranic trowblM, ner*ratt�ii. . h*my VMeUbl. ^Compound b�f or* jr eoM�nti9g to an f/ yoperaUon.^ I took workkiftplM�(||iu fuwmmrf^h^ wholi�v�W �r>nt>l�i( this kbid what "'li^U'Ulr Wktiv_____ dread thfOwi^t at sh oparkilon. So ' Mtanl for any woman ta many woaonluT* ()� rwtorod to healOtby tkia faaiaaaromody. Lvdia Pinkbam's VosotabI* Coapouad. afUr an operatiaa bm Imni advliod that it will pay any woman wbo �ulrem mm Bueh airmaSU to oaMridor tnrtag It bo. fpro m^mittiBK � BWh a tntnc occUpLj London. Aug. 2.-The tide of battle on the American front drifted some-vhut eastwaird (m Wednesday and all the more severe'lighting Is occurring UnslgMI; blemSiM sure sigMllMit ttotUn and Mood need tlie purifyfaig ndttnngtheningactionol FILLS. in the viuinHy of the village of Cler ges, whlpb la about two mites south east ot 8orgy, says Reuter's corres-pondont on t)iO American front, telegraphing Tbursdf'y evening. "Ciergas," tho correspondent con tinues, "has tor some days been a atumWing blQok to our advance, and it Is noteworthy that It and the Meun-iere Wood formed strong centres ot opposition during the flrst Gorman re treat from the Marne, the havoc wrought' during the two retreats being curiously intermingled. "One stately chateau, who^e jwalls have been damaged by German shells has In the banquttttng hall big bushes of eifler berries which evidently had seeded there when the root was blown off in 1814. "Cierges itself Is unoccupied by either side, neither having any wish to be in there, tor the village Is in deep cup in which the gas lies, ten feet d^ep So It remains and so it will remain while the still summer wea ther lasts, a village ot the dead, ot dead cats, rats and mice, with all the herbs and flowers that had blessed it burnt and blighted. "Meanwhile the battle circles about it on the surrounding- hills, the Am' ericans fighting toward it, up the Ourcq Valley and over the high ground north ot Rencheres, and down from the hills near Sergy while the Germans after filling the village with gas, niustrated from the crests to the north and the east what could be accomplished in a deterrent way with machine gun fire." Sir Henry M. Petlatt, of Tprontp has been nja^s an active q^eoiber aii^ honorary vic�-comniitn Aylmer, sheriff of St. Francis district, died at Shorbrooke, Que., In his 74th year. He was the second son of the late Lord' Aylmer, ot Melbourne, and is a brother of the present I/ord Aylmer, of Queens Bay, B.C. The last wish of Willis Homer Park, b multi-millionaire of Youngstown, Ohio, who died at BrockviUe, that his remains should be cremated and his ;+ashes strewn to the tour winds ot heaven, was carried out at Hlllsburg, Pa. The War Finance Corporation will advance funds through banks in the Dallas, Kansas CJty and Minneapolis federal reserve diafricts to farmers and cattlemen worse production has been hindered by drought, it was announced by Governor Harding ot the federal reserve board. Miss Alice Wilson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph R, Wilson, of Baltimore, and a niece qt President Wilson will be married at ti({! White House to the Rev. Isaac Stuart MjfEInoy, Jr., ot White Sulphur Springs, W. Va., on Wednesday evening, August 7. Perfection of an airplane flare tor use in night bombing expeditions over .enemy territory, was announced in yVashlngtOn by the or^lnanco ^^^dflpart-~Tnent. The flar? Is released tron� the plana in paracUuto and la set pit by air friction. At a height of 3,000 If at; it waa aanouncod. It will cast a Itifbt ot.inorci than -100,000 candle ppwar ovar an ares, one attd one-half milaf ii) 4lfF)^tai'' '^'�o slAr^ prevents d�UptloM t^o plana front the ground iftr |MM$ !^9n�9> rnrmar lord qt fkijtlMlId, ii�ap fined ^^fim',. anjl Gharien juittai Vornon, former employee in the nilniutiy of munitions, was tlnf^ �1,000 with cobIb :in London, in oonnaotion with charges that they conspired to violate the Ottioial Secrets act by ol)taining and communicating informal inn that might be useful to the onemy. After an examinution of the books ot the Security statu Hank ot Knok, N.D., SUle Bank lixamlner J. R. Waters said there wan ;i shortage ot between' |16D,0Q0 and $200,000. Examiner Waters asserts that the shortage woe kept under cover by a series of forgeries dating buck three years., Acting Warrant Officer .T. A!. Bis-sett, who was recently tried at Toronto before a general court manial of the Royal Air Force, hag been found innocent of the chargos made against him ot taking monpy from cadets for week-end passes, flu is now oa leave ot absence pending lils discharge from the air force. To have hi.^ home burned a few days before his marriago, for which ho had been preparing for weeks was the fate of Mr. I!. Roblllard, ot Ot tawa. Fire broke out at )iIb residence and caused damage amounting to about 1300 to the interior. Col. C. E. Doherty. superintendent of the provincial government mental hospitals, has been appointed director ot medical hospitals tor Military District JJo. 11, according to Information received from military headauartors. Shoes that Gnint in Comfort * .This store with its extensive well filled shelves has always realizied the im- Along with our big stock of shoes we offer our customers our service in fitte and in^correcting foot troubles. We are competent to fit you perfectly and to �dP I, vise; qnd (Cprrect any of yo)ur foot troubles. We invite consultation. Prof its are Qii a Vacatipn /We are showing some linei^ in our windows i^nd on our tables that are excep' 'lii6^aV viilues-Vrthere's nothing wrong but the pricerr^it's shrunk, � ^ & Co. Sunburn heat Rash Blisters bl tes CUTS & SORES use only GENERAL STRIKE BY WINNIPEG IN Metal Trades Cannot Get Demands And More Men May Strike Albert Barrow, a driver in the em ployment of the Capiial City Taxi Cab company, Bdmonton, and a resident at the Castle Hotel, met death almost instantly when his ia, Lo interview the Winuipng and Ottawa delegates and try to "bring thorn back into tho fold." This reso'ution was seconded by Delegate Power, ot Ottawa, who said ho had attended the caucus pa proportionate voting but did not withdraw with the Winnipeg aiy* Ottawa men from the convention. The Ontario govornment will fake over the road from Proscott to Ottawa and Kingston to Nap^nee, aa a provincial highway. Glenii WelFs Entertainers (Coming Fifth Day of Chautauqua Will Be Featured by Two Program of Joyous Entertainment Two prograraB filled to the briiQ with loyous entertainment wlH bo pre� sented on the fltth day with tlie coming of Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Wellf- These foung artists have won a. prominent plnc^ oihong Chautauqua entertainers Ihc country over. Both aife splendid muslcianB and are capable of presenting i musical program alone tl^at would euit the most exacting critic. In addition ;o this talent, howover, tbf^c possess renl histriontc ability, and the dramatic skotches which they gtv^ are among tike rnost artistic produetiona of the [Uatform. The two programs of'thf llfth daj inclnde bnritoOB and soprano solos, rocal duets, atory-telllpi; - and readings, planoloK\ie8, mutlcal and dramatic iltetches. Another Drop in the Price of Veal We are receiving large supplies daily and have again reduced the price for this week end. You can save from 5c to lOc per lb. by buying at any of our markets on Saturdjw, r Butter Prices Are Advancing Secure ybur requirements early Saturday morning. We have received a shipm^t of extra choice FARMERS' DAIRY. Every pound guaranteed. Sat. Price, 40(C per lb. We will also have a special shipment of Spring Chickens Saturday morning. Please place your orders early. . P. Bums & Com Ltd^l POIMINIPN MABKIT COR. 4TH AVE. AND eXH �T. 8. PHONE 1864 MAIN MARKET THIRD AVENUE SOUTH PHONES 412 AND 138B THIRTI6NTH STREBT N. PHONE 431 ;