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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 5, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOUR Sb: Ibeualo 'alberta DAILY AND WEEKLY Ratec: Dally, delivered, per week 100 Dally, delivered, per year ....JS.Od Dally, by mail, per year .Weekly, by mail, per year......Sl.OO TELEPHONES Business Office 1-5- Kditorial Office I2-4 W. A. Buchanan John Torrance ManHging Director Business Manager DAILY HERALD SATURDAY, AUGUST Dates of uxpiry of subscriptions up- per.r daily on adilross label. Accept- ance oE papers after expiration (into is our authority to conlinuo the sub- peace- based on "the situntiun on the. They will not do Hint... All I the belligerents must ngrei) to n peace! guarunteolng sovereignty to everyone, with un luternatlonnl ugreo- ment on military questions and the es- tablishment of an International court with the power to make unruly nations respect its decisions. We nil know the outspoken attitude, of Karl Uebkneclit. the Socialist lead- er, who when Bethraunn llollweg. the, eiCKEDUPIN FOR THE BUSY MAN Tile London headquarters of the Canadian Expeditionary Force Is now situated at Cleveland house, St. James Miss a prominent sal- Mas l.feu appointed private Iniiiertal Chanccllnr, iledared In the j Reichstag "imr ouemies chose war" j with (he words, "It Wiis you who chose war." tiff well known Social-1 secretary to Governor Craig of North ist organ, makes it clear tlmt pence ma- _ is longed for ill Germany, when it i one ef says: I pioneer settlers ot Moose .law, died We rsise anew our sharpest protest I alllllllM1ij. ilt the residence of his sis- npiinst every effort and every prochimn- Krmlle, ot Vancouver, B.I. lion whoso "purpose is tlie annexation j _ of foreign icrrliory auil lite J Hamilton Gault. of the Prin- of other not Ions------' ,1" icess Pals has undergone further peace. It tills war. ue- rolmd for tr-e mands sacriflces. iv comfort of Ills amputated les- ihe connitete exhaustion of all nations Your King and Country need you right now! THE PROGRESS OF THE WAR important battles are in pro- n the easte-n ind western n tne eastern and A new foil starched light weight tape smarter than u soft collar TOOKE COLLARS Admitted tht best quality and best fitting in Canadt TOGKE BROS.. LIMITED MONTREAL neial legislature, but was defeated by Hon. Fiulay Young. -Mrs. Davis. New York, who mar- ried Al. J. Davis, cabaret tliuicer, des' pile objections of her mother, has received the principal uf the trust fund treated for her by her late father, Edward Holly, banker. The fortune should take the first step to bring j reuce. about peace. All of these sentimems were express-1 B LuCM> 6 press on the eastern and wes.ern led before the allied offensive commem- in Tortmto announced that Uie Ou-; o fronts. The Russians In their advance e-i-a, a time when Germany TO shll, hoc a pomted be buoved up with hope of victory. iia.ton her father, was turned ver to her when she became of age. towards Kovel. captured a village from the Teuton force? but were inter d polled to reiiiiciuish it. Fierce figlt for this position is still going on. into the .om-jnnist be the feeling now when all its aHo Qj are on the defensive. 'assist Mi the insurance companies of On- j may be appointed to j Mastou. i At Venlim the French have The trouble with B. seem? j to be 'too much Bowser.' pri the offensive, and have pnu-tu-aily i captured the village of Fleury ami (nej Thfamont works. Twice the German? retook Fleury und were forced hack i reads: again, retaining a foothold only on the outer edges of the village. The bitter engagement is continuing, with slight advantage to the French. The British record further progress near Pozieres. A fine ot marks has been imposed on Brussels by tlie Hun rul- ers, in punishment for a demonstra- tion by the Belgians on their national William S. Norman, president of the Norman Hotels, limited, was found guilty iii the Spokane police court of bootlegging of permitting the illegal sale of liquor in the Hotel Spokane and of soliciting orders for liquor at Major Day. of Dayslaml, Alia., dir- 'Ctor oi supplies for the militia at 'Edmonton, underwent a very pain-; justice Fred imposed iful operation in the Strathcona finc3-totaling ami jail sentences 'aggregating days. were A Toronto Telegram special dispatch pjtal when lie had an eye removed. This course was necessitated by the bursting of a blood vessel recently. Sir Sam Buys Auto London, July Sam Hughes went out this morning to purchase an automobile. city and state charges. __ I Barelegged and In most cases bare- footed Cleveland girls are dancing on the beaches of Lake Erie Ohio. The John Wallace FIndlay for many years an engineer on the Grand Trunk "line, died at his home in Toronto, as wns started by Miss Millie Peck- a result of sunstroke. .The late ]mn, and Miss Byrie. McUullom, fol- Findlay was recently operated [Owiug a visit to San Francisco. They 'was convalescent when heard that an English scientist said i Mr If the people of Lethbridge think they can struggle along for a few more _ years with a' dose of dirty water and sunstroke a week ago. aiT vitality is taken in through the the fine and a serious crisis lias arisen The Pope appeals to Germany againsi. a continuance of submarine warfare. Italians are looking for IS more mouths- of the war. typhoid such as we had last spring they will vote 'Xo' on the plebiscite on i August loth, keep in mind. Mrs Kate Seymour Maclean, the soles of the feet. Cleveland girls say that water-soaked sand makes, the That is the question to j Canotlian pool, is. dead at Toronto. In j'best kind of a dance floor. i her STtii. year. Mrs. Maclean had been [living quietly in Toronto for the past A LIBERAL PAPER WOULDN'T DARE DO IT It has become a quite well-known fact that the Toronto Telegram is nol over-friendly to Sir Sam Hughes. One --------T- j ten years, and had done very little lit- If the miners would either all go to eraiy Work since she .published her work or all go ou strike the conference last volume of poetry "From the tlal- between the officials of the union and in 1904. ihe operators might accomplish some- thing. But this "off agin, on agin" way of doing things will get them nowhere. What the'public want is coal. Lionel ULindsa, youngest _ot leave within The first trait Valley lines fro could tell it almost the first time helver-on Tuesday. One of these fine read an issue of the paper. It is a j days a train will run all the way from good Conservative paper, too. has uo use for Laurier and all that, but is Lethbritige to Vancouver via lite Ket- the next few "days for Toronto, there to take a course of training at the CnrtiES aviation school preparatory tn coin- to the front in the air ser- Billy, the 10 months' old sou of .Mr. ami Mrs, of Ue Valley. The gap from Kpotenay i Man., died two hours after tipping a that remains pan of boiling, hot', sauce 'onto bis head and body. The -baby was in its'carriage beside a table where: a iad just been taken from troubled with anti-Samusitis. If a Lib- Landing to Nelson is a eral paper were to talk about Sir Sam Up bridge now. Hughes as does the- Toronto Tele- j gram, it would be burned in scorn by I every ultra-loyal Tory paper from Mali-jrhe sob stuff ou the Casement case. the pan. fax to Vancouver.- So Spokane Review heads the dis-l the editorial utterances of some of the j patch telling or ine -hanging, "Case-; With the thermometer high, arn pan of sauce 1 The American papers are playing up; stove. It reached out and iipset government journals in which they calijment gives life for love of Old Erin." ui I the 100 mark and well the London Ont., health authoricns. are down tJie wrath that is to come on the But before he gave his precious life flglltjng the worst diphtheria opposition papers because the latter would dare to criticize the Borden ad- ministration, j L call to mind the fol- he tried his best to give Old Erin r outbreaks the city has ever had. sway to the enemy half a million Irish-! There are 16 cases of a particularly iheir last; malignant type of black diphtheria, The Canadian Pacific Railway is sending three carloads of exhibits of the resources of western Oanada to Toroqto Sherbrooke and Quehec ex- hibitions. The exhibits include grain aud grasses of the west, and shdw the possibilities of the agricultural districts. There is also a tine ex- hibit of wild animals and fish, which shows the sporting resources of the west. Tn addition to the foregoing n excellent mineral and bit from Britiah Columbia. men are fighting to Cardston, Aug. J. W. Low of the Cardston school has recent- ly returned from Edmonton where he has been occupied one of the ex- aminers for about a" month. He reports the largest number ofitaudidates writ- ig in grade VIII. In the, history of the The results: will not be out time as the staff of examiners lowing from the cartoon corner of the [drop blood. Toronto Telegram: I j the patients in every case being.child-jhad ygt the reading of [papers at the date of his departure, 'SACRIFICE LUXURY FOR VICTORY; A sentence of five years.in the i _____ j penitentiary was given at Montreal to j -V New pay for printing 4; Paul Chapieau, an old tlckei-of-Ieave igss Meredith-Duff report. i man, charged with passing himself 4 Kew pay for Staff off as a government agent. He