Internet Payments

Secure & Reliable

Your data is encrypted and secure with us.
Godaddyseal image
VeraSafe Security Seal

Lethbridge Herald Newspaper Archives

- Page 18

Join us for 7 days to view your results

Enter your details to get started

or Login

What will you discover?

  • 108,666,265 Obituaries
  • 86,129,063 Archives
  • Birth & Marriages
  • Arrests & legal notices
  • And so much more
Issue Date:
Pages Available: 30

Search All United States newspapers

Research your ancestors and family tree, historical events, famous people and so much more!

Browse U.S. Newspaper Archives


Select the state you are looking for from the map or the list below

OCR Text

Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 5, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta TUB PATLt ttbc tbbttboe fcetalb alberta fMi tiTHiftlDCI HMAUO NO Wlf ttrwl aad H Otttet per yetr PROGRESS PF TIME I With the recapture ot Solseons and jtteoccupation of VllleEnTardenois the Tight tip ot and of liftainesi tlw reat German centre of the centre of the 1 the1 eJUed forces practically the sal 1 lent entirely of enemy In this which spelled disaster for tie Crown PrinceB4 arm j the allies have captured numbers of as well as quan titles of war la addition to the German dead In the retreat ing Jawnles feare to fig eerves from the turned j the budding German victory into the worst defeat he suffered since the battle ot the Marno in when the Hun was driven back to the Atsne after reaching the very gates ot The end of the vic tory not Sundays dispatches tell us that both flanks of the Ger man army which occupied the sallont for the drive have liocn turned on the Vesle and Aiene rivers and It ap pears as If the enemy would have a hard time to make ft stand within a reasonable distance of the commenc ing point of the Prisoners have been taken in thousands and much booty has fallen to the The victory should hearten the al Hes for their entry into the fifth year of the It is fitting that the new should have had an im part in the great victory which marks the close of the fourth year of the The Americans have added the numbers which have taken fromthe enemy the numerical super lority heenjoyed in the With such a good and with hun dreds of thousands of fresh troops coming up from the the Am erlcans should develop such confi dence that they will In a short time comparable with the best of the other troops of the allies The Germans are falling back to de fensive positions along the whether they will be permitted to regain for any remains to be FOUR YEARS OF WORLD Sunday four years ago was a day that will long be remembered UP IN PASSING James pioneer miner of the died at Thousands of English schbol child en will help In the1 harvest fields this Another important step forward has been taken during the year In th decision to unify the allied commam under Generalissimo a maste Xhe Russian is also tak ing a turn for the The Hun have been unable to manipulate th Russian resources astheir wouldwis and with allied intervention In Slberi a change on the eastern front ma come Certain it the present allied victory no ill effect on swinging the various Russian fac tions into lino once as she has been from the is still supreme on the For over two years the German high seas fleet has never challenged the The submarine Is coming un der control to a perfetcly satisfactory manner as may be seen by the fact June more than i William A well known contractor of died after a Frank brother of Ma or Coghlll of is reported Roy Of the son of andt Thomas Dnbber of is reported son of and of died troiii injuries received In Principals of Edmonton Public Schools are asking for increase of 25 per owing to the nigh cost of ExMayor John of Chat died following on illness ot seven He is survived by a step The the first genuinely concrete ship constructed in made her maiden trip from Montreal to whichproved very suc John British food control announced that the practice of placing the people on a bacon ration soon will be abandoned due to the plentiful supply from 1EAR OF SALIENT Nealy bushels of wheat is stored in William 6 who had been hi poor health for some time Victor son ot of was drowned re crates of were shipped from this James Walter In the Anglican ministry eince 1S83 and ac tive in four fraternal died at tho age of 63 Coke costing about 000 will be completed this fall by tho Steel Company of Canada at Frederick of with the Canadian railway has received a bar to his The Canadian Associated Press is authorized to deny any rumor ot Sir Edward Kemp Mewburn ex changing Elizabeth fA Middle died recently at the age of She had knit 112 pairs of socks for the Two Detroit fleh companies and one Windsor company been black listed by the Canadian Food Board for alleged exportation of fish from the tuoit FtOOT HUOl NUMBEft PRISONERS number of prisoners captured by allies durlnf the last two days wilt thrill the billed world when an nounced Vesle which VMS flooded owing to the recent has hampered the German rear guards which were unable to ford the stream and had to fight for their Most of these Germans were killed and the rest were made Flemes Is completely surround ed by American The Ger mane are foot hold In the extreme northern part of the where there Is house to house Grack Prussian Guards units are offering the most desperate resistance to the Amer Allied troops have crossed the Alsne at leveral points between and The German resistance Is faltering on the reft wjftg of the aflUd lils gfrowlni stubborn ate on the right where the Gtrmane Mill retain a foothold on the soifthefh bank of the Vesle bet 4and north west of General In com says the alone have taken in addition to 133 GLORY FOR Americans covered themselves With glory In the handtohand fighting In the streets of Flsmes yesterday when captured theGerman The fighting Is said to have been the bitterest of the whole the Prussian Guards asking no quarter and being bayonetted or clubbed to death as they stood by their machine ADMITS DEFEAT Aug German of fensive has been stopped and pres ent operations cannot be publicly declared General Hel Bavarian minister of In speaking In the first cham ber The fourth year ends by amounts to a stoppage of 6un he saidr but it Is possible to judgev the situation apart fromthe operations now In progress which cannot be discuss in elm eutielent lently will 1 delay flnal SAYS CHURCHILL the f6rm of a long letter to his constituents at Winston Spenier Church minister of replied the Marqute df recent letter and makes the fal lowing remarks among The war has get to be It Is not won These two faete dominate every form of argument not arising from detpbndsncy or Appearance of Bower la with the enemy reality of power Is with Presldsnt Wilson with Ing spoken the only words which would be heard In the councils and of the Force without force without force to the ut most throughout the British Anrerican soldiers were transported the day preceding j acrogs the Important allied claratlon of war against Germany and on behalf ot little ii few the last four the late Kitchener announced his belief last threeyears But that been by and we are entering on the fifth Wrof fpurtfl the war has l crises in which the has had many anxious of Russia a iyeaSrjagftTastspring paved the way Vfor i supreme effort oa the part of Xtha With Russia oat of the attention was turned to and there last fall a defeat was ad fcad the Huns been able to follow it might have put of the But Ger was hoping for bigger and with 210 divisions from the the enemy launched the moat power ful blow the war against tie ish on March 21st with the evident pt spllttlng the British1 and and as Hlndinburg otjiriving the British Into the For seventeen days at that time tbV British withstood the shock more than 100 German divisions against a front Sot about fifty successes havebeen recorded In other theatres of the Vr during the notably fa On the whole the allies are entering the fifth year of the war Vn splendid manpower requirements rising all time as against a con tinual depletion of the German num And the most fea ture of all Is the reversal of form shown during thepast five There are many weeks of hard fight ing ahead as but It Is believed now the tide has and that Ger after one more winter not have much stomach to the allies have In store before August former American consul at is returning lo that city for duty in the Thepres ent Harold expects to be transferred Soldiers wives and dependents of Winnipeg are starting a nation wide movement that they re ceive an allowance of a month in stead at the42 which is given I The British government hag award ed a contract to toe American Chicle for worth of chewing gum for army the largest indivu al order eyer placed for chewing John a member of the well known Montreal died In Peo He was eldest son ot the late John Birks ofMontreal and a brother of Arthur and Freder ick Harry Instantly killed and Norris was badly in jured at Toronto without warn a motor truck the sidewalk at a speect estimated at25 milee an hour hurled both women up against the front ofa store with great I Naturally the British could not hold ground against such aweight 1 of hat taking advantage ot everything learned the armlw auch a fight as to make the Huns pay dearly In etfec tlves f gr mile of ground and whenthe offensive was brought siandatUl sheer exhaus tion of the enemy legions the line flowing well was struck by on hia ilace acrosa This Is 1m lortant because flowing wells are a Only one other hag bten here before and that was Wood several agd This weir Is1 not surface water tent Itgoes aown about fifty et to an under The ejtra hot for ho last few On one day It reg In tie Relief Society Conference for the Taylor be held in Magrath on FrWayi speakers was still came tbJe blow A FLOWING WELL Catherine years of was at Hope James of formerly ot at the latterplace Ralph of at Port Dalhousie GaspariLnigi in1Giroux near Cobalt Gertrude of New at Sutton A scheme for the prpduction of hosiery has just been completed by the British department of wool texture Each ar ticle will have Its retail prica stamp ed upon and it Is hoped that sub stantial qualities will be ready early in September at prices Watertally be low those which goods produced otherwise could be President Wilson and multy recently set an example to bus iness men who have clamoring to have their stenographers and sec retaries exempted from military ser They have partedwith the two men who have handled their personal correspondence for more five The railway board has granted the application of residents in the vicinity of to have the Cana dian Northern railway station moved to a more convenient claims the title of the oldest chorister In Can On July 21 last he commenced his fortyfifth year in the service of All Saints Church as bass Stapells now In his eightyfifth Blake a Wabash train dispatcher 6f was drowned while dove off a raft feet foremost and probably suf fered a took place in slz feet of Vater Definite plans are under way tor developing the large peat deposits that lie in different parts of the coun ty near A recent exami nation made by a expert proconnted the supply there one of the finest and The sombrero tpye of hat which soldiers In Engand have chiefly worn Is to be abandoned and the overseas cap similar to that worn British aviators is to ad againstthe French and more anxious days had a two I fold to captura the channel poha and with the main of rendering the British army to the But In case the though giving i maintained thedr line Intact inflicting such losses on the enemy i as to in the j f uperiorlty in manpawer In the wes he enloyed in the 1 Thencame the news of the Austrian offensive against The Plave river was crossed and for a few days U looked but toe Initial defeat was turned Into a great Italian vie The Piave was and Austria was rendered Impotent for a ifpog And now comet a repetition of the Austrian defeat The enemy basing his on the RfcelmsSolMons in one of early sum Bier was evidently preparing to njakfc another drive for Paris bas Jnjr attempt on the belief that Fratoge had surely been bled Rut the offensive had not gone five before it was and Gen aided by General Fe tfte hero ofVerdun and with re ire obtainedand special musi cal will be rendered by tal ent from all parts of the Miss Lottie Hall lias sold her millin ery business to Miss Rose Porter of Miss Eorter will her stand at the Napier place and besides millinery business she will also do dress The Columbia Swarm of the gave Red The Old Folks semiannual celebra tion was held July 31 in All the men andwomen of the dis trict over 60 years are honored guests on that art brought to the plane and taken home again in making it a real treat for Dinner was served for 148 after which B program was This was one of variety having All declared It to be the best day of the THE IS 1 FEARLESS FLYER Gets Another Decorationto Add To His Long Array Dan Fowler ia picking ripe tomat oes oft the vinos Some tropic A Fine Farm MoMrurn has an illustration station under dlrectloE ot the Domin ion In spector of Illustration stations in Saskatchewan and has been here over the farm and re ports Ho if6 clares this part of Alberta IB looking better than farther east in Alberta or in Western Moldrum runs this farm to got the best seeds in grains and grasses and farmers in the dlatriot an reap the benaflt by obtaining theue Meldmm is a shoop man as well OQO oC our successful farmers and he declares he marie a clip dr pf wool per Walter Ackroyd is on hla farm near the Routers Ot tawa feature of the Lon don which contains names of a large number of awards Is the con of the Distinguished Flying Cross on Major A the Canadian the most successful and the most fighter of the acts of outstanding brav ery have already been recognized by awards of the Victoria the Distinguished and Military Tho Distinguished Flying Cross is conferred for signally valuable ser vice in personally destroying twenty five enemy machineg in twelve of which five were destroyed oft tho last day of his servlceH at thB Tho total number of machines des troyed by this distinguished officer is 72 and his value as a moral factor to the Hoyal Air be over station In clovers an0 also grains and His has been varied and It worth Avhllo speaking to him about He is tho man who1 made this part of the country fanjPUS by raising One year he nicked over 800 A British dye comhine may be organized by amalgamating the British with the This new company will meet expected German trade attacks after the The Canadians are believed to have the tallest soldier on the battle He Is Lawrence 6 feet 10 inch es In When he stands upright in the tjenches he often is a foot or more above the and has had to spend much of his time partly doubled Law rence has grown half an Inch since I Although four men have beenwork Ing nearly a year on the offi cial history of the have reached only events which took placf in It has been sug gested that the force of historians increased in an effort to bring work A bill granting equal political pri vileges to Jews is beingprepared by the Roumanian ing to Bucharest Full political rights will be granted to who participated in the war and who were born in Roumanla of Roumanianborn and to Jewe of professional callings who at time of the 1916 had been In practice ten are In the Ontario legisla ture twentysix twentysix nine five eight seven lum four insurance two two an under an one a realty an a den a a veterinary sur geon and a Members ot four Dankers and Seventh Day AdventUts are to be exempted from combatant military according to orders of the upon the applicants proving their bona fide membership In one of theso aects on or prior to October and their bona fide adherence to the tenets of one of the Valuable real estate personal property In Dntrolt owned bj the by the United States govern ment aa an alien enemy Walker left the greater part of his estate to his May and hia Countess Ella Ma tuschUa of Austria and Franklin Walker was the son of the late Hiram Walker of but was a nislderif of Detroit and an American daughter through her rnarjlage to an Austrian count is an alien real estate in America is appralsoa at near ly and in Canada t more than f vml supply pare rich rl milk from may keep you may keep X for for it is sealed safe from always always You have it on hand on the pantry shelf ready to you may need it Youcanuse it for or babys and it whips When thoroughly chilled of from Contented It is consistency of sealed and Nothing is No artificial NO Nothing but water is taken Add pure water to Carnation Milk and yott bring it back original Whole Order From Your Grocer Ho is tbn Carnation Try three f can handy size for IB most Loam the eonvenlence and Sondmyor Ming the quantity each too too Find out for youreelf how how whottsome Is ttttt CarnaHbn Milk from L Write for tht book of 100 choice and tcilei This milk your grocer supplies is Carnation Miltt Carnation Milk Products Seattle and Chicago CONDENSERIES al Aylmer and Sp Cnnndi Food Board and STUNG ;