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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 3, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta AUGUST 1917 THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD PAGE Your Liver bas important work to Un der favorable conditions it does it miL If relieve it with PILLS b i II following I a uller than It has boon possible i publish hitherto of thspeech in la relijhstag debate pi July 19 X err In of minor y Ha beean by saying Instead Ot lain doling from the chenceltor they only bout peace the Uianccllor admitted oiplkitly that tho resolutionwas open to a arlety ot COALDALE From Our Own Correspondent Potter auil Alvin and arrived on Saturday morning from They were preceded some two months ago by Glen and two older wlio have been play iut Btsllar baseball tor H is Fellers Intention to take up her resi dence here la moving into the house vacated by Campbell Wo extend tUeiu a hearty They were accompanied on the journey by Miss Luetta Scott of San Wedding bolls echoed joyously In Coaldale on July The occasion was the marriage at noon by Canon MurrellWrlght of Lethbridgo o Glea Potter to Miss Luetta Ban Tho young rill reside la and the whole community extends to them learty congratulations and best via Renters Ottawa representative ol Reuter tntentewed a citizen lias escaped from con firms the reports of continued firuta treatment of the Belgian people b Iho At an infirmary oul tide Uege slallon he witnessed th arlval of train after train of repatrlat ed Only a email propor came an are exhausted and useless to Keuters informant continued Many of these men detrained t lylego because of their condition Never shall I forget what I Th trains contained 500 and somn time 900 men and lor Hire daya had been practically wilhoi A great many had their fee and logs frost and had to b carried They been obliged to walk hours stocking feet In tho snow an often gangrene bad set in snd deal had Eighty per cent we stricken with tuberculosis and w never Such is the result of lew months spent in the German pr on physical tortures we not WOTM than tho moral trials those who have come One these men whom I attended kept re peating In his delirium the will not sign It I will not slsn Making movement as If pushing He finally died in ray A3 an old an who was waiting for sali to me It is enough to makestones FURIOUS ARTILLERY FIRE via neuters Otta wa representative of ot tho Britisharmy In telegraphing Thoweok hasbeen one of intense farlpai Incessant re connaissances and much sharp local There has been tremendous north of and near causing the Huns an xiety Mid heavy Thowind hM generally laxorable for the 1130 and we profited by this condition to repay IKe Germans devil roent totie fullest Even dur ing lhernlght artillery activity dtain Sshcd increasing to its most intense fury at The enemy shelledVur rear communications at In tervals high velocity guns but his firlnjr on our batteries1 was rather Tjelng chiefly carried out Our cbunterbat direct he was the nominee t Hindenburg and the general Haasa continued IJJiere is a feeling among masses bat the monarchy is a and Um1 a republicwill and must This would be the best prelude to peace but democracywlll only come ly lighting for awl not by on tho If luo war is to coptlnue much lon ger the German nailon will bleed to death and fall from For months the public lias been Ishes tor a happy and prosperous who for the past deluded with promises about the col lapse of But It now realizes that tho figures entirely that tho tonnage ol the whole world Is at ths disposal ol England and con sequently it Is stupid to compare the losses with tonnage belonging to England Yet chancellor once more slales that England will be unablo to resist the for thus feeding the people onifallacious Though the peace resolution Is an advance on our previous It is not acceptable to the mlnojily What the resolution the origin ot Is not tenable tn the face of refuses to lend declarations at the The flame applies to the shallow explanations of th a We do not forget theAustrian sU months has been running has disposed of It and with his family is moving today to Reports from the Mayo Hos show Lcffler to be pragressing favorably after his recent It will te two or three weeks yet before hla re turn The concert on Saturday evening tor the Red Cross by Miss Mad eline Kallnovfsky was en joyed by all The attOTinance was somewhat owing lo the The hoiJ s bM gma ln was delayed to to the Austrian preparation j acainst conferences in ans to which enabled a gool ruany to enjoy both The ladles aid met on Wednesday of this week at the home ol Ham At tho meeting it was owing to the distance from to organize an aux iliary to the Coaldale Ladles to meet In that ladles were very much pressed wllb the line appearance ol Hamiltons Favorable comments and words of admiration wereheard Helghea has supplied tha here for the last two weeks to the satisfaction of all His discourse last Sunday evening on Prayer was especially interesting and and was greatly enpoyed Sir John first sea lord and chief of tho naval in an interview with the Associated Press discuss ed tbe naval situation at the end ot the third year of the Sir John said Tho fourth year of tbe naval opens this week and only those who are familiar wllli German naval liter preached the doctrine oJ the appreciate tho significance of naval events during the past three Tiia German high seas fleet was not created that it might remain It Is a Sreat war Mo greater mis lake can be made than to underesli mate Its The Diitish grand fleet has offer cd it a challenge to action which has not been for oa Iho occasion of battle of Jutland the Germans had no thought of a fight to a finish For the whole year now tho high seas fleet has ventured only beyond its protected mine fields ou oco occas 21 last then I speedily sought shelter onco Owing to the attention which thi nvai and submarine war tare has attracted there is perhaps that success o The houl our grend fleet In containing the mal enable the German force on which the success o Toulon and cruised to the West In flies and then got back to port having little injury as the re suit ot Ualders wo must not contemplate such a breakout on tbo part of tho particularly now that the American people require peace and security In order to uiob llze their enormous fighting it Is sometimes suggested hat we jght to adopt a more offensive pol y the German hiich seas We are face to faco wilh the Id to force a fleet hlch hides In a harbor to como out nd It is a very old A superior Tieet can force an en my fleet Into but If It IH to be to como out against its Istory suggests that comyulslon must je applied by the army acig against its base or I need not say any more on that issue except 3 ESascai iUat naval power and military power are com plimentary one to tbe The navy alone tannot win a as bts tory lias always and tht army alone catmut tilumpli as the Germans have CROWN PRINCES EFFORTS THREATENED BEAUBIEN morning i stick of dynamite and a threatenin lelier were found at the entrance to the resldctice ol stock They had evidently been left by mistake and are believed to have been Intended for bis Senator in a legrapltlc communication tbe French headciuefieii on Sunday says The main object of the series of furious attacks of the enemy during lust few days all along liie French front from Verdun to the point ot Liaison OK the left bank of tho Pan Quentiu is Seme the crown prince bad to pull oif a striking victory to nour ish In tbe fates of llie malcontents at Lome in the rekhstag and If that is so be would have done bet ter to stick to military The result of llie actions Is that he Ieauben as liie letter was a warning j lost numbers of gained notblnK to the senator ot destruction 1J he by way ot observation and hard voted for V any failureof tho allied course is malnl The grand fleet is th which all the efforts of the allies has it For a perio of three years it has robbed tho Gc mans of all advantages which they e peeled to reap from the possesslo of a strong batle The German that they would strike when their fleet would be at a max imum strength and that they would catch our grand fleetat a moment owing to the absence of ships undergoing repairs the odds were little If anything against They have notbeen to carry out that We cannot permit for in to emulate the example of TOMORROW Choice SPRING CHICKEN ftSso and MOTION THE BEST RAISED IN SOUTHERN ALBERTA most hits being obtalned on dozens ofvguu while numerous dumps Twere ammunition HELD pro by constitutional amendment nungupiin the house today by the prohibition leaders The resolution to submit the pro posal loathe passed by thcjsen ate wasVput of the programme for the present session anu will not come up unllljtbe regular session In Decem to reconvene the demo cratlcdaucus and reverse Its decision1 pto consider only war legislation1 were abandoned because it was believed de i laying FRcllon until thfi next session illhelp prohibit Ion against Berlin on Julys and the activity of and Falkenbayh Inthose Influential including the still demand the annexation Belgium and Has Spahn fairly abandoned his Belgium program and Is Indem nities still put forward As to the freedom of the tills always eiisls In tliuo The only way to guarantee by uni versal abolition of tho rights of Regarding theattempt to effect a separate peace nobody can believe that thepeate without a word selfdetermlna lion bs will hatem good effect abroad As a matter of fact Hussla lias the greatest distrust of the German government andIts sup nor will the majority Social declaration In Sweden more crficlaclous It has been condemned by all enemy and neutral Socialists The feeling ot the peopia as the of tbe leaden weight of hun gev Is such as to startle most i You have readof strikes In Doyou masses can possibly endiire it longer It ia and when the comes jou must not be surprised Th workers know better every day hoi they must act If they are to achlev what they have at heart ris against the conarao Sunday school will bo discontinued ntll the end of tho school ring to the heat and the absence of a many on The following from Coaldale were uccessful in the recent Grade epartmental examinations Archie Edwin Samuel Siberia Mltcuoll Is ono of the peakersat the Irrigation Conference n Staple this He acompanled as ar as Bow where she Is vlslt ng former and from here Bl ended the annual excursion to the igricuHnral school and demonstrat farm at Claresholm They report a pleasant time and sat sfacllon with all they The Honeyseit family are speEuihg his week at tbe Waterlon likes Miss Nan and Jessie are lolldaylng with They motored down and were aecpm panted by Poller ana Miss Bpi who spent the weekend REFUSES TO ACT Vllleneuve when he eluded Nelson off has refused to serve on food con trol lie said he was not con suited In the mailer of his apnoln menL Is Uric Acid 1 THE CAUSE OF CRAVEL AND SUDDEN Km iboe the discovm of add b the blood by in and hwl upon the KientMi and physicians have striven to rM times and tha blood ol tbia BecauM ol OYfr in UM ijrttm it paina bere and neanlgia and It WM PKrce Sovcred a new agent calkd Anorio which will throw ont and completely urio acid boGi the Aiiario proved to be 37 more potent than and KnoemtlT yoo wed DO longer few artJculir ihenmatisai or moT other diwaeea whicn ara endeni m Kecmalation of aria J wittiln Snid to othe Hotel and Snr fical for lor a trill package of Anurio i If Tcidlee that wornoat or il roor Jisffdirtarbed by too to drmj and Mk for Ann no rbey P in MHsent to of Jils medteine tnd yon know that htt I1 Golden Medical DiMomy lor UM Wood aal lor thelU o women faave cpMif li pd lor tbe pMt fifty i 1 Doc W Doctor BeroeV are One tiny nrOMMI ftlttt Core Sick Mlioos Coftetlpa PUBLIC SALE HAVING SOLD MY FARM AND MOVEIJ TO TOWN I WILL SELL1 TO THE HIGHEST BIDDER At my Farm West of 4th 3 miles north of Kipp on August 9 AT 10 OCLOCK THE FOLLOWINQ DESCRIBED J VIZ 86 HEAD OF STOCK 86 18 milch some to frmh fall 20 good spring calyes 12 xx oW steers 2 year old heifers 1year old heifers 3 yearling steers 3 bay 4 yearn old 1 bay 3 old1 bay 1 years 1 black gelding 1 pair black well 1M 1 sorrel saddle horse 1100 1 gray saddle 1100 Ibs 1 bay 6 12M mare 9 WM in all harness 1 black 4 i 6 years brofe to harness 1 4 Jeare oUl 1 bU6kVMing 1 brown irjr years 1 brown 7 13D0 7 years HS6 1 gray 7 years 1360 Ibs 1 bay S yeare v Also the fillowtng Farm Machinery 1 MassoyVHarrls nearly 1 mower and rako In good repair new Deere li Inch 1 Imperial 12 Inch fttf plow flounla good as new 1 loyer barrow 1 good 1 metal Iron roller 1 disc 1 good Ealn farm wagons 4 hay racjui 1 new platform scale 1 water pump and hose 1 nearly new B good work harness 1 sfi HaiTe nSrnMs 1 fanning mill 1 scalding pot barrel punip and ZInc complete 1 double die plow 1 buggy shovels and other too numerous lo v Aho a full Including a solid mahogany pirlor intheWorlcl TiltCANAOl AN D For dinner on Monday or when you dont want to cook these hot days get out home made Cottage Roll Picnic Hams and various lines of select COOKED MEATS You will find these tempting and We have arranged to have a specially fine and complete line of meats for Chaiitaiiqua DELANYS MEAT FIFTH STREET SOUTH PHONE 452 OF I OWNER btr FREE LUNCH AT NOON Phone Ckautauqua Week JL COMMENCES AUGUST 7td WHEN IN THE CITY HAVE YOUR EYES LOCKED AFTER AT WRIGHTS JEWELRY STORE Eye Specialist in Charge ol Opitical Department witK tKe Only Lerise Grinding City Difiieult Cases a Specialty Your First Pair 1of Glasses Should Not be Selected Hapliazarcjly Have heni made by one experienced in optics starting you avoid lots of future 1 An such as we pre cludes the possibility ol because we take no Tont Our knowledge of optjcs was not obtained in a week or is the result of much much patience and practical Come to us knowing that aside from procur ing right yoii will not be THE CITYS LEADING JEWELLER ESTABLISHED 1898 REQUIRED ALBERTA ;