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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 9, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta SAO TALE ID AUGUST J0t8 view of contin ued criticism of SJr Robert Bordcn because of his absence in the director of public information to day issued a statement in explanation I of the Browing importance of the dell1 Derations of the Imperial war The statement which Is based upon Information brought to Canada by min isters who have returned is as fol lows A very great step in the constitut ional development of the Empire was taken last year by the prime minister of the United when lie sum moned the prime ministers of theover seas dominions to the Imperial war In Australia was unable to enti a representative to the meetings but this year thedeputation fiom overseas was complete and for the first time the selfgovernment nations of the British in the persons of their responsible have met in a common in 1 which the most important matters of state were under The significance of the Imperial war cabinet is perhaps not generally Its creation marks a very definite enlargement of autonomy for the As Sir Uobert siild recently in a speech in London The dominions have always lack ed the full status of because the home government exercise I a sort of trusteeship under which it under took to deal witlj foreign relations on their behalf and some times without consulting them very That day has gone For the first time in British history the domin ions have been given a direct voice in those affairs of state which concern the Empire as a Although un the entered this war of wars with a willingness which admitted of no But they have now named a voice in the conduct of the war and the peace negotiations which must Such a voice has now been granted not as a fav or but as a Sir Robert has aptly called the Imperial war cabinet a cabinet of governments every prime minister who snt around that he points was responsible to his own parliament and his own people and the conclusions of the war cnbitwt could only be carried out by the parliaments of the different parts of the Each each retained its perfect The Imperial war cabinet must not be confused with the Imperial war The latter is the succes sor of the Imperial conferences which were held before the war and deals in an advisory capacity with general questions of concern to the common chiefly relating at present to problems of must the Imperial war cab inet be confused with tho British war which is primarily con cerned with the affairs of the tlaited The latter was introduced with the last Viange of government in Great Britain and Its creation was intended to make a distinction be tween the body which was responsible for the tllrectlon of the war and those ministers who have charge of the great administrative departments of state and should be left free to their The general direction of the policy of the British govern ment during the war rests with the war whose members number with one are relieved of routine administrative and whose time is therefore entirely free for the consideration of policies and the work of During the Irfst year the British war cabinet held more than 300 Imperial war which is distinct from the British war during its sessions during the is composed of the premier of the Unit ed David Lloyd Lord president of the ecfindil Bonar chan cellor of the and two ministers without Austen Chamberlain and the five ministers of the crown in charge of the great depart ments of in the operations of THE CANADIAN which the Empire as a whole is con cerned for eign secretary Walter Colonial secretary secretary of state for India Lord secretary of state for war and Lord secretary of state for air and the following repre sentatives from the dominions From Sir Robert Borden and From From New premier Sir Joseph minister of From South General minister of defense Rt Sir minister of rail ways and From New the Maharajah of Pat1 and the The benefits conferred by the crea tion ot the Imperial war cabinet are Not the least of these is the opportunity which it affords the Unit ed Kingdom and the great dominions to cooperate in the prosecution of a great common The combination of Unity and the preservation of auto mony is so striking as the prime minister has said It is the germ of victory which we cannot The Imperial war cabinet has not yet concluded its session and the prime minister of Canada is still in Found Wife Living With An other and Collecting His Money be shot through the lungs during the battle of to be taken prisoner and con fined to a German camp for 36 months and then to return home to Toronto and find his married to another Is the pathetic story told by Pri vate Whiteworth to the morality de Private Whtteworth Is un dergoing treatment In a convalescent home at When he arrived from he according to the to have found another sqldler living In his home with his wife and nine year old Yesterday Morality Officer Kerr arrested Cadet Claude Stocks of the Royal Air on a charge of Stocks lived on Emerson Av enue It Is further charged that In addi tion to collecting separation the woman is alleged to have been re ceiving an allowance under the name of Stocks from the Koyal Air HUGHES TAKES OF CREDIT THERES REFRESHMENT IN EVERY GLASS of soda served Theres a lot of enjoyment Fruit Flavors are Fruit Juices not chemical and the choc olate and other flavors are the best purest Our Peach Soda is a Peach Try it and youll say that at last you khow absolutely whft the famous srink of the gods was The Bon Ton WHEN USING WILSONS FLY PADS Rt AD DIRECTIONS CARLFULLY FOLLOW THE Far more effective than Sticky Fly Clean to Sold by Druggists and Grocers Kerr Can Show you How to Reduce the High Cost of Living by the Cash and Carry Plan PRICES TALK ALL GOODS GUARANTEED per 28c Diamond bottle 21c bottle 21c bottle 28c Rips Olives In 14c Salad Roys 37c Salad Durktss 42c per tin per 24c Early June 22c Goldsn Wax 23c per 30c per tin 21e Gold 20c Rsd Pitted 29c Bartlett 22c per tin Griffins 30c New Maple Quart each 76c Half Gallon each 67 Pint each 46c per tin 10p per tin 13c per Coffee and per tin 16o Pork and per tin 10c Van Camps and Campbells Canned Soups 18c Pink tall tin 22c Herrings in Tomato 22c SPECIAL Donalco Regular on sale Tlllsona Fine Cut Scotch 36c per per tin 23c Fsls Naptha per 88c Water 1 tin I7c Water 2 tin 34c Royal Crown per Lennox 4 Z Shoe Shoe 8c Bon cake or tins 12c per 18c GipsyStove Polish 9c Black Jack Stove Polish 13c Boiled per Roast Pork with 65c Sliced 60c Minced per Alhland Pork 35c Swifts Baked Luncheon Loaf with Macaroni and 35c Limburger per 45c McLarens Cheese33c per Hot 25c jar 2Sc each New 5 Per 28c Per basket Sour per basket 80c Choice Per 80c Per cass Y2 each 2 25c Jelly 75c Perfect Seal Jar per dozen 35o Gem Jar per dozen 35c Jem cash and carry Gem cash and carry Perfect cash and carry Perfect cash and carry GREEN WAX CAB choice long 30c 2 for 35c ABOUT FREELY Bayard News paper Went to Rumania For Germany Phones 1453 and 1365 313 Fifth Street South New William Bayard head of the German in formation service in this country in made a trip from Germany into the following year on a passport describing him as on nffi cial business of the German foreign was the declaration of i wit ness today in the state attorney gen erals inquiry into German propa gauda The a news paper whose name was withheld by Deputy Attorney General went to Rumania with then a representative of the New York American in On the journeythe witness he and whose passports were issued simultaneously over the signature of Foreign Secretary Zimmerman were not required to submit their belong ings to German even in the most restricted Other cor he were subjected to xhe most rigid Says Company He Was in Help ed Britain to Gain Air Supremacy Sir Sam Hughes AVho is in made an explanation regarding the allegations on the uselesgness of the British cel ulose company in publish d in Montreal I know nothing whatever about the business end of this he I do know that at the beglnn ng of the war Germans outclassed us Zeppelins and When in England at that time I sought to in duce a number of persons to get be lind the manufacture of war mater devoting considerable energy and some capital to that One live I found in the person of Grant At considerable risk he visited various parts of the con I also remember putting In quiries on foot concerning a French invention for covering I also spent a great deal of time myself and some I know nothing whatever about the business since that time the fact that I received a time ago since wanting me to sell out a certain num ber of shares in my name to some new ly organized I have never taken any action in the premises and only regret that In the company which seems to have been organized I do not own a very large number I succeeded in assisting the British air forces to outclass their en And if now success has crowned the efforts of the company I know I am It the company is a suc I wish I could afford to take a large block of I understand the company is composed largely and managed entirely by FOR YOUR NICE THINGS In 1 packages and 6 Enamelled s Finest Home Laundry StarcK fpr more tKan 60 MANUFACTURED BY THE CANADA STARCH LIMITED MONTREAL and to say that we hope the as sistance thus rendered to our farmers willbe continued and Qually has helped many farmers in innumerable and the whole Ipas been benefltted greatly by his wholehearted Interest In his This Board of Trade had been doing all that appeared to bepossible In these but It hack been evi dent for some time that tnere were larger spheres of useful influence that it was not within our power to The establishment of the Alberta Lab or Bureau at Lethbridge in charge of Weir a year or two and now the appointment of an Agricul tural Representative here have Riven practical demonstration to our farmers of your own interest and that of your department in their and It Is only I that this should be Youfs by German critics on the miitary situa tion in the west disclosed divergencies in opinon as to who bore the brunt cf the attack on the allied The Cologne Gazettes writer declares the white Frenchmen did nil the while the Frankfort Gazette states on the the white Frenchmen were spared for political and on the Americans fell the weight of the Few of the writers venture to pre dict what will happen The consensus of opinon seemed to be that it was doubtful whether Marshal Foch would feel strong enough to risk frontal attack on the German If he says the Military ex pert of the Nachrlchten of we must reckon with an extension ot the fighting area to the north of the in the Compiegne because it Is there alone that the pos sibilty of an encircling attack offers VARSITY STAFF UP RAILWAY a recent meeting of the board of governors of the University of Alberta two addition al appointments to the staff for the coming year were Mr Morden an honours graduate ot McMaiter University and subsequently a Rhodes scholar and honours graduate in the Department of History of Oxford was appointed Lecturer in Long has been for some years iu charge of tho work in history at Vic toria High School in Edmonton and his promotion to the staff of the Pro vincial University will be a pleasing recognition to his many friends ot his j conscientious and successful work in his chosen The number of women students at the University is at present rapidly Recognizing their respon sibility not only in the domain of In tellectual but also in what pertains to the physical wellbeing of their the University authorit ies have felt that the time has come to give increased attention to the problem of physical With this end in the board lias ap pointed HS physical directress for women students Miss Christine I a graduate of the Chelsea Training Col and formerly of the staff of the Hoyal Victoria Col Miss Fabb comes to the University with high credentials and wide experience both in Britain and I Parry Two masked men appeared yesterday at about eighty miles north of here on the and ordered the foreman of an extra gang of fifty men grading the to line up his One man with rifla kept guard white the other with a bag tied to his waist commanded the men to drop their val i uables in When they had secured all the which were valued SERVICES WERE presided of the board of has sent the following letter of appreciation to Duncan Marshall at they commandeered two Duncan Lethbridge men and a hand car ordered them to pump them south toward Bayawut At lineage they ordered the men to walk back and took to the A number of countiililen aru now OB lue of Dear should like to tell you how greatly tho servlceti of the Agric ultural ropiHHfiiitaUve i Ills llltricl this year Saturday Specials FUMED OAK ROCKER Spring seat with upholstered Covered in a heavy quality Regular t A 7 C Saturday W GOLDEN OAK ROCKER With spring seat and panel Upholstered in Regular 1 7 9C Saturday FUMED OAK BUFFET Selected quarter cut oak in fumed Plate glass Top 20x48 One large drawer and two small draSvers with roomy Regular Saturday EXTENSION TABLE To match above 45 Inch Heavy pedestal ex tends to six Regular Saturday only STUFFOVER CHESTER CHAIR AND ROCKER Covered in a heavy verdure spring back and Exposed Wood in mahog any have Marsh all sanitary spring Regular A Saturday only lOf Or can be bought separately for Chesterfield FUMED OAK DINING CHAIRS Consisting of 1 arm and fire small Pad covered in Regular only SOLID OAK BUFFET Fumed or golden Mir ror in Linen two small with large cab Regular 97 7C Saturday only ft I I O Stencilled Sat 3 RAG MATS For bedroom or bathroom in a large variety of colorings Size 27 by Saturday HEAVY QUALITY PRINTED LINO In floral and conventional A Per lineal and GUARANTEED SCOTCH INLAID LINO 2 yards Pattern through to the The kind that repays Per lineal yard We Prepay Freight BAWDEN COMPLETE HOUSE FURNISHERS We Prepay Freight The New Clothes for Fall Are Here LADIES NEW FALL Queen Quality Costumes Dresses Coats to the high stand ard maintained by these exclusive We invite you to see MENS and BOYS NEW FALL Suits and Overcoats All good materials and attrac tive Over new Boys Suits showing the best show ing we ever THAELL CUSTOM TAILOR 60S 3rd South ;