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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 3, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta TUB MMUtD tterato Btotrta Mt ffMsiasat Maaaftag D Ista TILWHONia BtlfeMrtBtlMl per per fey par yew by mail por by por MJJ ot dally aMnoi of papsrs authority to THE PROGRESS OP THE and sarprlslng as the allied on Thursday It is no more than the manner in which they have been able to keep up the advance and put the Germans in the Soisaons salient to utter offensive reached a decisive point yesterday 4n the recapture of Sotasona from the with many prisoners and a large quantity of The advance is continuing and a section of five miles has wrested from the enemy on side of Aaore HOW TO THE SHORT News from all districts in the south is that many farmers with short crops are going to harvest them even if the returns an not more than two or three bushels to the and they are baying them in order to save this short farmers who are doing this are displaying proper Southern has a slim Everyone ad mits bnt It is all tho more reas we should endeavor toisave the next spring win ser lons la Canada In any whfle every bushel we can eave over seed requirements means no much j to oni own Mster was ahot with a rifle in his never have occurred had there afrong hahd at Oie helm at PremWf Bofden should hurry home froni Old OtnWtrV fit for no other retftni thtli M proVlde a policy to put a stop to the wave of industrial un rest sweeping over and to put a man at the head of the labor de partment who has the tact and the strengh to put the policy into PICKED Hamilton it 6 CAM j GewtNer of beett In SHOULD PROTECT LITTLE BOW It appears after much prod the provincial government final ly decided to do something to relieve the water shortage caused by the dry ingup of the Little Bow and a diversion from the High River to the Little Bow lsnow being Criticism of the government has been because of the delay and also because the diversion is not being made It would appear that the criticism Is to a large at It is the duty of the provincial govern ment to look after the Interests of the farmers and ranchers in such a crisis as that caused by the failure of the water In the Little The government rose to the occasion in a splendid manner In the matter of se curing hay and pasture for the stock In tile To haveexhibited a like interest in needs of the Little Bow farmers would nnly have been what one would There are some head ot cattle in the dis trict affected and these are well worth It would be In order lor the gov ernment to settle on a permanent pol icy wjth regard to Little This driesup in the dry seas and also freezes to the bottom In the A permanent diversion of the Htfhwood River is needed to oVercotne this trouble and the provin cial government should see that it is Whether It la a Dominion gov ernment matter is not worth quibbling The provincial government should see that the interests of the farmers of province are protect Sixtofts of sttgafwill be released weekly in England for the making of ginger beer for men In tinplate of A return ed was fatally injured by jumping from a flre Me Is 30 yean of agoand Alvln R a resident Of of heart failure while bathing in the Grand He leaves a wife and two The official journal announces that the Spanish court will go Into ing days for Nicholas ROmanotf former emperor of Site arrival In Palestine tie first two contingents of the American Jewish legion was Announced by the Zioniet organisation of oneV of the proprie tors of a hotelat Winnipeg was fined In police for This Is the largest fine ever imposed under the Temperance Joseph eon of South Bend multimillionaire has resigned his position in the war trade board to join the army cantonment at Oliver was within the draft age and Ills retention as en employee qf the war trade board had aroused con siderable Charlesworth of has been elected a member ot the En gineering Institute of Since 1913 Charlesworth has been de puty minister and chief engineer ol the department ot public N Al of i means Ho tartest crops a rtils connection it is worth not ing thatV are on the market which are especially designed for harvesting abort it Is pos to an binder and equip it to do the Massey Harris Company has iwued a bulletin getting fprth the method tp be cannot vouch for its bnt H should so we pass it along H tMtorta al trtaH Take the binder head off your put on a flax cover flax attachment with canvas and drqp in Rig up a rack like a headerbox and By put ting strips of old bolting on reel slats will help to grain on By this moans a larger percentage of short grain can be and five bashels of wheat will pay for the attachment and eave WOEFUL WEAKNESS IN LABOR That is something woefully weak about Dominion Govern meats whole labor program and pol icy is evidenced events of past few Since spring Canada hat witnessed a series of strikes frm one coast to which has nol only lost country millions in way ot thus weakening our effort in the but has drawn attention away from the one great purpose of winning the centering It instead in our petty squabbles in our own country thousands of miles from seat of Contrasting Can ada with the United States or Brl tain In this regard shows us a pit ful which calls for some tlo ohaagas at W tcowrrowa oalalon that whole door of W of He li no Or tie never was and r not shelve bun la his plate instead a man with a humanitarian i the backbone to bac It Crothers may b t his repeated fai Of labor departmen tag a vary man very tilt There must be stoa to labor unrest in ENTITLED O TMAT to call the soldiers Sammies or Yanks or whether to call the people of the Usonlans or United Itatesers are questionswhich have bothering many people now that States is taking snch a arge and active part in the here are who resent applying he term to the people f Utalted claiming that Canadians as much Americans as are the people across a very good answer to the whole question is supplied by Jus Ice of Nova in a let er in which he points out The people of the thirteen colonies French In what is now the rovlnoe of Quebec were for cen urles the only people worth talking on the The English jolonlsts did not at first call them selves With the excep ion of the New England they had nothing to do with each They had each been independently bounded and had grown to prosperity and population independently of one Bradley in the Home Uni versity They called them selves not At a later stage they began to have a national consciousness aad called themselves The name thus adopted ty themselves was applied to them by everybody who had occasion to ot It is used In Thack erays Pendennls just as it it used and nobody has ever dreamed of resenting its The term Canadian came to be ap plied to the French settlement to the north of them and when the loyalists found their way across the lakes and laid the of what is now a British province they were content known as the people of Upper the union of the pro vinces In 1M7 have all come to known Canadians and are more than ever proud of the distinction dlqqe the of and Vimy Ridge have been inscribed on the page of Im perishable We have no The German newspapers have be jgun to publish long lists of officers killed and the names cover several Among them Is that of Gen eral attached to the staf of General von Boehrn on the Marne A country editor in Missouri re with a comfortable for tune of His successor explains that the money was acquired by In conscientious effor to give full indomitable perse verance and the death of an uncle who left the editor v Henry forty years of age aged and their two daughters aged four and two year lost this lives in a fire which destroyed the old Selkirk Hote an old frame building at Peace River The fire spread with remarkable rap idity and other inmates had very nar President Wilson issued an execu tlve order extending to civil servlc employes entering the military or nav al service theright to reinstatemen at any time within five years afte provided the applicant fo reinstatement Is qualified for the po sition That there are about 150 men a da throughout Canada who are arrivln at military age isthe estimate of Re gistrar This conclusion is based on the number of ouch cases that come before his notice in Alberta which is on the average 10 a Plans for more effective censorship of moving pictures in Alberta were an nounced by Provincial Secretary George It is being arranged that all pictures which are suitable for children may be endorsed as such by the chief censor and the houses then offering them may make use of the censors endorsement in theirad The Anglican General Synod of Canada will meet in Par ish Torch September the Principal question to be discussed will be prayer book The general synod meets every three To an example Acting Magis trate Bartiett imposed a fine of and costs on Francis Waldon and Honry Deanof employ ees of the Grand charged with destroying and pilfering The in formation was laid by the Canadian Express Although the hdamage done was very the magistrate thought itejfg should be taken to put atopto such cojrJieikmflni to Calgary has had oaSgthTiraves ot dead rela gone hi brother of former King ot Is reported to marry a rich American on dhrlsto CoMtstn M abmit woman who is ro Fire Which started lnvlne paint shop on the second etprey of the Central did something damage A despatch Trom says that wo were sen tenced to Months hard labor on a 16f ift advocating an Irish More thajl women la are waiting for tlaat word from the Privy Council Manitoba divorces before Starling The Privy has granted leave to withdraw the appeal of the Winnipeg Electric versus Winnipeg the appeal of Egberts versus Northern Crown Winnipeg is planning the merging of the various civic un der one Funds spent annually by the departments likely to be In volved in jtne scheme aggregate ap proximately a estimate places it at Miss Florence a Hamilton who went overseas as an ambu lance has been awarded Serbian Charity for her work for the relief of Serbian victims Miss Harvey is a former London girl a granddaughter of the late T formeily medical health The York Evening Post has been sold to Lamont of Mor gan and by Oswald Qarri son Vlllard aftd his fellow stockhold acting jbtrough the four associat es to Vlllard recently gave an option at the appropriation of the American name of our As the predominant so far as this continent is she Is more than justified in the exclusive possession which the history and the literature of the race have conferred upon urea to atahlllre but If we must hare them why hesitate about of thoijaandi otmon ftf cottt thrpwtaf 4own Friday because draft re Owing to the difficulty ot obtaining qualified cooks or military camps In men employed in such capacl lee In future will not proceed over MrVwlth be below Category and all in tuch cutugory re to be replaced as Boon aa order to obviate the necessity of aoopmpanylug permau The French government has confer red uponfttto American ot chevalier of the Legion of Honor In recognition of bis services on behalf of the allied oausebotti before and since America the This is regarded as an unusual distinction for the reason that few civilian appointments to the Legion of Honor are beingmade in war John of an old bent with and a veteran ot the Indian having earned two medals for honoiable appear ed in the police court on a serious as Old Lord whose name must be pronounced as if written Riven celebrated the eightieth anni versa ry of his birth the other day by flying ftabi France to England in an with government de spatches forttoWar Department ant the Foieign The German government has given a favorable reply to the invitation o the American government to convene a conference to arrange for the ex change of military and civilian prison says a dispatch to the Exchange company from quoting a Berlin A receiver for property of Na was appointed in New York The receivership 1 the outcome of a judgment for recently recovered against Goodwin 1 suits based tlpon notes given in pay ment for land in where the actor has a Far from his native South African Charles a mining en to be a Prince Royal of Zulu son of the King Cetewayo of and a pro tegee of Queen passed away In the hospital at Brockvllle to which he was admitted on July suffering from an Incurable and possible three are believed to have lost their lives in a storm which Grand Beach near Winnipeg almost without Search in a motor boat and two or three open boats located an upturned boat within a mile of the It is thought that there were two or three men in ths The storm assumed cyclonic proportions and was accompanied by When hay land is as scarce as it is thia farmers cannot afford to have their from which thfty ex pect to obtain winter eaten off by etock and an exemplary fine of and costs was on a farmer in the Olds when the accused pleaded guilty on July 26 to having allowed his bands of sheep to destroy the growing hay on land belonging to a neighboring The privy council has dismissed with coats the appeal of Reglna city versus which raised the following issue Can a person of a faith of the minority who have estab llshed a separate school district de mand that he should be entered as a public school supporter The case de pended entirely upon the of three acts the School the As sessment and the City eault preferred by the parents of a little who ap peared for asked for a remand pending an examination into his men tal While serving he suffered from While driving out with his little 12 yearold nou aud a friend on the Koruh road near Sault Robert Master Mechanic of the Do minion Tar andChemical Company Will be employed at all con met with an accident which resulted camps and of era1 in th3 death of his little boy and ser ious injuries to sillli bawly OCHMM In their to Aua fall of sJolM6nsV ent ii Preiwh hsadqtlsirtefsv eeivtd rtirtss of and with almost monotonous he contin whleh on the Chs road was turned early In day and the were This wood centre of enemy resist ance and the fight for It was traerdlnarlly Farther north Brltlah crossed the So Road and preaelng forward through soon more than east of Vllle Mon te I COMPLETE COLl capture of PlesslerHuleu Bldge by allies Thursday was expected a result of the rolling iip of the enemy tine north of Sorssons and getting around of the Pies which had been a great to allied Tho situation now that the Germans are facing west and the allies are shootingat the enemys baok and enfilading him northern part of Crlse It Is believed that the enemys retreat will be and that he cannot avoid en eventual re move behind the or the Vesle whleh eould mean collapse of Crown offensive at least until when 1920 will be put In This class will In clude four1 hundred thousand men and possibly might help to bol up at present defeates CAVALRY In March of last ysar French army ad vancing In pursuit of enemy with cavalry patrols far In ad while horse artillery and the accompany the Rain has fallen heavily day and the roads are In a state which sensibly of our The description given by the correspondent of the Berlin Tage blatt of the devastation of villages and farms by the enemy and the destruction the boast of Is all the gained by three great offen Which cost them of thousands of wounded and BRITISH pat rolslast nightpushed way In the Albert north of the and occupied of German front the war office announced RETIRE AT are executing a local Guaranteed Furnace Retulte sufficient to warm tks 1 distribution to all toe fa tto turn a eost tor oiininiunl enott in aih or the air of the ThoM iare the results you hra from your Those are what you soould taaist on getting from The Sunshine Inatallad gives those It has been getting those results in eraryldBd home and building throughout Canada for eighteen The Sunshine Furnace when installed the MCClarr way is sold with the absolute guarantee that you win gjat thoaa EnftaiMrfof MeClaryi furnace London Toronto Montreal Wmnlpeg Vancouver Hamilton Betataton Saskatoon DIXON SHEET to east bahk of the Ancre In the realon Albert three or four according to newa received In London The war department has order ed 510 locomotives lor military rail ways in France from the Baldwin V T Locomotive at total about li About freight cars for service in costing about will be ordered within a f PRESBYTERIAN Knox Church Corner 4th and 8th Capt Pastor Acting July and August thet service will be held at 10 Boys Big Bisters Bible ipig iBrothers Bible Other Department of Sun The remuneration of the Bank of England for services to the govern under an agreement en tered upon In amounted before thewar to about lu creased to for the fiscal year according to the report of the Special i Committee on National As the committee does not belleva such remuneration jug the bank has agreed to enter into a revised agreement for the por lod of the war which would secure reduction of for the year 191718 and a larger reduction for the current year unless new conditions School 4 THE UNITED CHURCH OF NORTH LETHBRIDGE Pastor 1271 Sth Communion Service Phone 16M morning and Intercessory service in the 10 Class meeting for boys and 10 Boys Department of the in the Beginners and Primary De partments of the In the Girls Department of the in the Adult Department of the in the Curtis will give an METHODIST WeslcrChurch 320 llth Phones Study 408 Director IX Morning Music in charge Tot the Sjiriday School or V i 12 noon Bible School Bible Class es with Rivers in Monthly Baptism Evening Subject The Uplifted the Greatest Magnst of the CHRISTIAN SCIENCE CHRISTIAN SCIENCE SOCIETY Hull 7th Street Sunday Service at 11 etv Subject The Sunday School is closed during July and Testimony meet lag at s reading room is open ex oept Sundays and legal from 8 to 5 the Bible and author ized Christian Science literature may borrowed or public Is cordially invited to at tend the church also to vltlt IAS rsaoimv mosv ANGLICAN v Cyprians Church lltn Street arid Canon Rector Sunday Sehoel Bible S EVENSONG Holy and 3rd Sun days at 2nd and 4th Sundays at 11 Sundays at 4 PENTECOSTAL PENTECOSTAL ASSEMBLY 205 Thirteenth Paster 867 16th Bervfces and Tuesday and 8 Bvangellat and Scott assist A Hearty Welcome to NORTH LETHBRIPGE HALL Late Baptist Church Speaker Jphn 635 13th Sunday School 34 Evening Gospel Address by James BAPTIST First Baptist Chvreh 3rd and tth Pattsr Services morning and Morning Ml Evening Communion sertlce after evening set of Acadla Uni will con duct these Sunday School will meet after ths morning 3rd Oliver pastor 012 Seventh Street South M2 Blblp School ft are footing for Preaching at Command and Our Moral Evening at Qods Etsrnsl Public In CHRI8TADELPHIAN8 Meet In the Moose Entrance 6th sod 8nd m Wednesday at 8 Bible Sundays at 10 Break Broad la of the Lords anil at To the of the Klnjtdoro of Subject to SALVATION ARMY 4 and Is 11 8 and Sunday 9 8 Corp i Lea 8 Saving aM The Bsad in ;