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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 12, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGS FOUR THE MONDAY, AtGUSTli 1918 ftutbbrfboe t' Hlberta DAILY AND WIEKLY. i Piwlrtor. Publlthcn LEThBWDOE HIRALO PRINT. 1NO COMPANY, LIMITED IU Ph Street South, W. A. luohar.ll i Piwldtnl and MiMguw Director Business TILEPHONSt tufctcrlptlen tuuei aellMrefl. per delivered. 'year by insll, par br mill, by U.B.. TUtM Ol WP'JT Of lUt ten on tfliiw' UbU ol ctte.- U tutisrtty. tb icrlplloi. early, but the (art Is now well un- by tho American people. EWS IS FINE BUT EXPECT TOO MUCH. i it IB a long way to Berlin, ani al- Louga the Allies are suc- essss which, are doing woalers to raise, the spirits of tho peoplo'st home dlzay heights as compared with srlod ol waltlne and depression hich followed the. German oltenslvo eglnntas March, !1, It la .wall wo nbujd nottxpMt too much this year: 'hefTwrjr. laci tost. Generalissimo c-ch, with, bis able corps ol common- ers has been able lo wrest Uslive from tie Germans Is the most nspirlag fact of recent war history, and augurs' we'd for the future. It Is nly right, however, that should expect too much, and that hould not, oa tils account, slacken et- orts at home to maintain tho'annles n the test fisbtras condition. The''fact that the Initiative has .THE? PROGRESS OF THE WAR. The allied advance on tbo Sorame Is continuing out sterner resistance 1 now being met, tho Germans baring trouiht strong relnlorcemonts Tha capture of Chaulnes br the Can was recorded Saturday. .total in prisoners Is now near 1 and the guns number TOO. This brlnxg, the total In prisoners since Jnly 21s when Foch first toot the initiative, t nearly The foundations have evidently la len away' from Bolshevism In Russia The movement 1 growing in power, and the rep .comes today that Lenlne and Trotsky the heads of-tie govern ment, have fled lo the naval base o Kronstaaf, where they may moke a easy escape Into Germany in case o emergency. 'PICKED UP Iff PA XX TNG SSi Rev. T, Hamilton has been In- ducted into the Presbyterian charge Her. J.R. Graham, of Whttechurc-u Presbyterian Church; Ont. has been appolnled chaplain the Aviation Corps. Key. J. H.'Martini'for'seven-years pastor of Starthclatr and Marny Pres- byterian churches, has resigned from bis charge there. Mrs. "Hannah Morrel, wile ol Henr? Morrel. Is dead. She was 73 years of age and had been a resident'of Ross- land for 19 years. John McElroy. 3'Morris Tovrnshtp farmer, was fatally hurt when' his horses took fright and dragged him lassed tpfoch Istas_w6_have said, the UDjer.n .binder .across a. THE PROPOSED TRAIN SERyiCE. There Isn't Tduch that 'can be said favor of the proposed train set allecline Lcthhrldge otiuir than ithal it-makeo for economy 3t is juit a question whether it is noi too eco- nomical: The only comment The Herald_has to maVa Is that >t the economy In the number ot trains is oecessiry In order! to save coal -and manpower: for tie winning -of tho war we liavo no light lo criticize. But il the company Is selling on the e'c'onomy tfry In order to pnt into etlect a reduced service In order tootle up more profits there is no defence lo oiler" Railways are puly Jic.sarvice corporatlops and the people -have a. -right to expect service. Tn- service the (new schedule sort of haltaccommodation. .It'inlghC be" as well for the Board of to gel a ruling from the Board ol HaiUv-ar.Cbai'nlissiciners asMo hovf far it Is considered necessary to gc> present In the way of economizing event of the year, and tho allied re not the only ones who real- is it The German papers jiire begin- ning to find U hard to eip'latn away he recent German defeats, but it is to he Austrian press that TO may look or the greatest candor in 'discussing the military situation. Austria, playing second tiddle, realizes that defeat Is now inevitable; now that the weight of American forces is beginning to tell and fn a reeeot article In the Arbolter Zeituiig ot Vienna, admission to this effect '-wKsniade'C "The assaults of the Allies' against our new front haye in no 'way dimin- ished in ..intensify. That is a tact which gives one 'cause to tnmb. With advercarie's'llke "the" 'Russians, tne technical superiority of Ihe Germans such that the numerical super- lorily ot .the Russians was ot no im- portance. .On the west the situation Is quite' 'different -Do not let us -for- got that the French and the Anglo- Saions are side, by side with the Germans 'aiid the most civilized peo- ples in the world, and they are In a position to turn all modern technical Inventions to their own propt, On'-the other hand, let us take Into consider- ation tJjp invincible spirit which ani- mates" the' French soUler, lha tradi- tion oi- victory, and glory which only these last few years German history has somewhat tarnished. 'This spirit of the French army united with the power ot the orfaji- Iling ability of America, gives a value to the armies of the entente at the very least eoual to' that of Germany. One mu t, therefore, admit that in the west .these'tactors which military and technical, value represent' 4o ..not hencefoflii play any role. Those are advantages 'which have been neutral- zed. It" therefore' results In' contra- diction to what happened on tho east- ern front, thatVthe decisive factor In his war will be manpower. Now it s incontestable that 'the .numerical of the entente is increas- ng every day." admission is highly important n view of admissions which are sow leginning to-appear.in1 the German >res3. It Is-th'e knowledgs'that defeat s Inevitable', disseminated .hrough tho. Central Powers, will make for a. quicker ending of the CWONHI Miss Anna the'famous eauty, is slowly dying iu New York eing the'victim of anjunknowa dls-. no vfhlchibatfles her physicians. Von Breltersch.'thaNBavarian min- ster ot the-lnterior, has announced in arliament twelre meatless weeks to ave the oeedtul of cattle. Aid. Isaac Cockburn.-ot Winnipeg, rged al the license commillee meet- ns thero thai the sale of ice cream bould ba eliminated cm Sunday. ,f Spontaneous .combustion far the hay oft caused tho destruction- by fire of he biru'on the properly.ot tho Water- oo County-Golf and Country Club. The commodious club house which as been donalcd tb the Ottawa branch of the Great-War Veterans' Competent In "Charge Of Hospital With An Assistant tho citizens ol lb.e Capital, -was opened- last vweek. Death' removed an aged Stratford woman, ID- ths person pi Mrs. Thomas 51 i Her, who VBS m her 93rd year, and tied resided there- tyr over sixty years, Over people attended tha' for- mal opening ot the letter Day Saints' Convention, which" Is: fa seEsIon this tveok at Erl e Customs collect loss for the Port ol Parry Sound lor July ..were 57T.S59.93 and for thVcorrespondiog month lasf year At London, Ont., a fine of 52 and cosis was imposed-on Francis .Wnl don and Henrv Dean, cliarged wit) destroying and pilfering- fruit on trains. Her. Hyslop Diction, jjastor o Grandrievr Presbyterian Church, ha been called to Alexander Presbyter; ot Brandon. ROT. J. for many year Clerk ot Whltby Presbytery, will com .trtete a ministry of: forty years th comtog autumn, and the annlverear will be celebrated. Proiluction of anthracite coal dcrin tho weet ending August a new record for Washington- vrlt tons. Employes of Toronto Canaflian.E: press have- been out o striko decided at a meeting held" at driving horses mowur, sweep Oao man vas another is. dy- ing and four others were injured whqa a Xew Jersey Seaahora railway train struck a_ gasoline" aiolof truck near Camdea, tf on a grade cro i J. JIss: Ella, Aldna JVln.nlpe! and three other'persons were injured at Moose- when an automobile in which they were rid- ing overturned. .At.least six girls and women In Ihe Dry Forks community aro-tak- ing the-places of by (Ftora .Qur Own Correspondent) Aug. As already. Inti- mated in your columns, the'Cardston Hcupltftl Is 110 v opeu for all pat louts and 1 3 -In charge of Hiss Sherin, a very competeut grviluate has an assistant in the person of Misi. Taylor. the temporary was due [to, the marriage ot ona ot the nurees, Mrs. Clauda Folsopb nee Miss Alice Baker, and the ''departure tor .'the States ot Miss Phoebe Baker, -who Is return her former field in cou- of thB.yrar demands. rrcllDiInaries are all arranged for pllal unl t- in thl a locality- B ud the' provisional board _of directors named as follows for the munlclpall ties and! districts comprised; Card- atnn, Mayoc K. Pitcher; Cocbrane, (QUavbod and Hill Mr. V. I, Stewart; Woolfdrdf Taylor- Klmball, John A, Beazer, Mountain and Caldweli, Mr. W. G. Smith; Spring Coulee aiiij Raley, (name not yet re- These temporary directors rrill de- jclde ou'tbe location, pr.Ice, Vic., end estimate tho revenue and present the scheme for the final' decision by ballot of th'e ratepayers Our local member of the provincial parliament, Jlr. '-Martin 'has lent eyijjry1 asslstahcVto the placing of jhc project Iu shape so as to go before proposed Irritation iaij reservoir scheme for tbe Cocbrtuie lands and finally laujded at ihe..JValerlon Lakw late In the evening. the usual half .holt-' day aud the Cardstou -L.U.S. Choir people, under the management ol Mr. Juo. S. Smith, with from the outside setilem.entB; also' repaired to the lakes. Some fifty or sixty, cars took a large number to I lie cowl time at this resort. The Tisttors '.aken utf the Ihe Gjacier lal Park by Miss ta a large excursion' and re- lurued to hold anHOUlfloor meellng In grove brief addresses were made by. Bishop. John. Wells- Apoitl'o-R. H. The choir reu- dereoVvery acceptably several chorus numbers from the recent sacred con- fata under the'leadership ot Mr. S. S. Newton. Mountain; View, was visited .on (Front O.ur-Own 'Barons. Tta.U- A. bratlon on Tuesday 'unfavored with beautHul vv'eatber fuid proved a hogo SUC.C03B. Oao of (eitures'-ot tbe day provided by the Cirmaniay the voiera at an early date 'Alt 'citizens who' given" this in Ice AMERICAN TRIBUTE TO BRITISH FLEET 'If tbe'Taakees ioast sometimes, it is jost as weU to.remember that they [re ready to give the. other fellow al lha labor temple, to accept the com- or rake, pany's offer Mr. and Mrs. J. Card, Messrs. .Tbos, Diice andtS Williams The all ra- turned to Cardslon afjer a most en joyable evening" __ v Friday a trip (o ,Jhe xaalbreath was the fortune of the .vis- Wood taking them over at iho InyiUittoii.of 'Mr. and Mrs. J. J To sdft'the littlw nlpp on .the match. .'sbmeVof with musical bliicer than them- selves, IB to bo tor- gotten, snJ to 'Is a ble surprise. The ooVs' are real musi- cians. A lal) Caricun- Ely, an J -Nobleford lli.tlia aiterhoon was won by the' foraief .'teaai. IB the evening Yulcio Irfthbrldgo clashed (a" one otlthe finest eihlbl- tlons "ol baseball stsn.hjrpjhls zeaBou Vulcan 'coming out on top.' An 1 h I crest Ic B It ein j jtlw ot-war belyi-ecn ous. The hoiio twim.'with L. p.' Bar- nap for" an for the befit decorated automobile Vect to Mrs. Tlieo. McCord.' Ill or- al! pony raco D. McLean, ot Nooleford. won nrat place anJ .Oregg Posiy ot Ilarons second. The' Red' Cross sup- per was such a success that tbe ladies haie not >et so( throHEh the money taken In Tbe dance la Die Wg hall at night was tn- held Ueie for Bomje time The number of automobiles sur rounding; (he grountls was surprise .to strangers, luauy-of :'whom stated Iliat seen so uun> ot the most meniin southern 4I Gal breath Here irfcafed not onl> one of the best ranches -in Montana but- also one ot the' most commodious ahd -up-io-dafe 'homes west. ThO'fam6.Us hospitality 'of Ibis' co'uplo was thorougbly enjoyed and the ranch duly inspected. Tfwpuld appeal to the of 'the most, particular eugenic faddist to just behold these fine ph) steal specimens almost perfect nVan hood and womanhood and their beautl children II tho trip to see' them.- aside 'from their and Its numerous improvements and well bred stock Tha yisUors departed for Haymond and the Slake Con f ercnco on F rtday morn ing cars at a coimlr; eathecLag before Presumably our family names orig- inated through clrcums'lance connected with th.e-to'lrth of one of our ancestors but It (s. not often that find a name that is appropriate to the Individual own Ing It An exception to in here ia'lhe persons'of one Cunning, c performed al the Opera House on evening The performance was" and enjoyed by'a1 tbe way that Cunning.'cunningly-cajoled i largeJ'porttoii o'rlh? atidfenEe into p'artlng -with 25c each- to cover the expense of-a-letter answer- ing was .-laughingly 'cun- ning. And the lhat were handed TheljoanCwpo said there was .a sucker born' every, min- uU Iml surely Eluded human nalure bill lie shofld hire; raised, lh: ante to a. hundred or .more, Mrs J "V Card giving a party in honor BetWes Messrs R" R John, Wells and on the vlsft I ing chnrchMeaders there were Mr, H Jl Bell formerly presidert _oSlc. Pope the temple architect f the credit that is coming lo blm wnen trie opportunity arises. An excellent esample :Of thia Is seen.In the praise the; Americans have tor the British fleet, has accomplished murib. 'during this war.', American statesmen lose no opportunity to laud the British and-ibe can press are most p'easlrjg, A recent eulogy of Britain's sea power appear iho Spokesmau Kevlew under the caption 'British. Fleet righting Our as fellows', t Lwyd Oro-ge ii merited tri to tho spok'e, of course, not In 'a spirit ot Rational vsilnglpfy, but with a deflnlte purpose-to Impress -'upon' parliament Hie British pcbple the ''necessity W not-impairing'in-the'sllghlest de- pee' the, serviea of that great arm bf die allied offensive. Speaking admiringly and gratefully pi the the United Slates sent POO.OOO'troops to Europe tKe interesting tact of them, were carried Across uie Atlantic in BritUb vessels The BrilUh navy, as itr, Roosevelt Vaa'frequently pointed has been irotecting tho American people ever ihvso we enlored Iba war wlib deV- aany'.'U Is fighting bar as well 0 those of the British, tbe French and italiuA. Even Ha f ore we entered be iwar tt WM nurtlog down the lei "tbat were sinking tiwn ocean commerce- ___mgitfte opea for" all the kl niUoaa M the world. It It lid not beta for the reiuiey of the Sfitlih ovtr Ib9 Oer iaii n4ry tie1 war fleets long of hiding t his record po quallflca lions that at ttac judging menUl dectar I ed essential lo whether In Foch, Field Marshal ot prance was politics or In nar-ispeid decision born Oclober 2 1851 He war first ind a unlly of conlrol at the selgeot Paris in 187i, When he was appointed lo tho command ol the :JIrs. .T.': W.. .-wile -of the minister In CbambenDalda and wait- the. Hotel Vancptver, tnttrriew- ing bcilh rhe emnlovees man As a result a was allied Barry' wrole oi Tiitic as 'follows Hi has arrlTCd, a Pjfenean mount aineer lithe as a .panther, with the tho shipping and a'so inspected the aquiline noso of a conqueror. live Icet arrived at Our Own Nobleford, Aug. ,10.-MJoagratnla- The. Northern Alberta "is far as tho large areas around Lesser Slave Lake, Sawr'dgo; Swan-Rlvor, Drift Pile and gutter ..Creek Indian Reserves In Northern and Central Alberla eacms 6 be about exhausted. The action of is government In promoting trading the stockmen and who cpritrM'hay sebfris to havo retullccl in i. great deil'ot satisfactory business. The best that the government "could do waa to. help people to help them- selves giving all the IntorMallon olfilnsMo about fried suppllen. There are still a good many slockmen from the -south who' are -looking for hay in Central and Nortliern- Alberta and tio doubt small patches will picked Dp fa dlftVrefit places Bus'ltSS at fresent 3f connected with Uteieeonrtoerof 'grera. feed mate froft the'ijc-Zen Svbeat at Contra! and The hdtrf frost hss'been a rather etanning blow it> a godd-iDsny-fatmerS and bui- in oss has not iho pfogreis marktit from IA- hlndef .in the' harvest- It ralgot. The uncertainty of has prevented farmers irig of the crop In btiier' ca'scs faf- mcra been a lltllo In flxinB prices and business has not gone aj faat ai It have gore. Ono hai canlr'flnUd'fo'r 'ton tons ol grcialeed at Legal at Ion ol Agriculture, Thb fob iffafed but most of tho business search of feed supp i lha ground where 'Iho' has ien cui. Already a considerable ber ol catlle hare ipoy.ed north into different districts where :ho grain has been, frosted. A thousand, cattle will be moved by, one 'rancher Bartch of Olelchen Into tho Sedgowick district, Tho around Klllara and SecJg- wick haro been rather'- prompt to knock down Ihelr crop and jiat a de- finite price on their feed'along with the offering of the feed- lag clock on the -v ThB depirlment has a largo Hat of otferfl of greonfeed and at present the situation Is reversed from what It was dnrjig tho hunt for hay. The number ol Inquirers among slockwcn for feed Is not very great. 1C Is probably Ihe case, however, that a kood many have direct lo .the, feed, in order to 'ke.tho'neceBBary.arrangements for too moving in ol slock, While there not the Samo activity the gorstn- ment offlcei as there was It Is not likely that the whoiajenjand.jor.lbed has hsen sallsliod, Th'o'promfit action ol the depaitrnent from Iho begjnwng of the tnortago prob- lem for the alockmeil'on the whole but there are no douM.a number of cases among the amali' 'sfochmon ithcfo arrangements conld'be made (or Icort and thijs enabling them to hold their stock disposing It at reduced prlcosr It ,1S a matter ol sallataction that no sacri- Oco ol llvo stock haa ".taV.en clilcfly by reason of'theYoreslgbt arid conserving action of, the ftop'srlment ore In tions to Mr. and Sirs; Guy Gilbert wlio were married -last Thursday. AH'-the frientls here nnd at Bow -Island -wieh them, the best of luck in their new venture. The young people- of: Noble- ford them a jolly tlmo.on Friday and on Saturday folk ot White Lake 'paid them ;a' surprise visit Last Wednesday" night company ot tholr, friends gathered in their'new hdmo and had a real good social time. The HOT.- of Barons, proposed tha foasl.of Ihe bride and bridegroom ia 'a few well chosen words ahdilr. Guy 'Gilbert' fittingly responded.- 'Mr. A; ttnnsell proposed tho the .toast of king, country, and bur soldier boys, while Medd pro- posed the hcaltH of Mr 'and Mrs Oil bcrt A Gilbert and Mrs Gilbert re sponded B. Ci Ofanstown, who his pay- Ing a; visit to Ihe. coast cities, arrived homo last week Mra, Cfanstown and Eric are staying at tbq coait till tho end ol August, Sir. 0. S. Noble was away payltig a visit to- Spokane over-the .week. end. He arrived back Thursday morning. The Hon. Duncan Marshall pald.thii dlelrlct a visit yeslerdfiy and was fav- orably Impressed wlttf 'Iho way' Ibe" crops are looking. therp won't be much ol a harvest 'the summer fal- lowed crop will bs a fair yieldcr. He was- accompanied by-Mr. Mac? Naughten, district.. It Is that lio' new, .bank building will completed in aboii't anothei two weeks. It- will be a Improvement to oar town when itt'Is opened. r At a rrcctlng ol Iho farmers of tho dfotrlcl held on Thursday the delf gates i Harris and B Haydeff, who had been In Iho'ilbrtlt burttlhj for hay, gave their report Cooslrter able took place-and tually for about 1000 (oo a supply by teeing ejllMr Mr Kilrtaf rick at tho hank of -Mr J Harris offlco _. Last week end our the J, A. Leslie, wrfs taken suddenly sick and was trnabio to fulfil ______ pplies' ifiould av'all polntment oa Sunday, doae fn will ho by Iho mov- tneroselvc! ot held at taken by Mr O H Jackman of Hn ran In KoKlm rKc your OVrTlJCOHUnuniiyi UO Wlwll yvM 4O The Community Burden What are you and I doing to lighten our community'5 Arc yte piling on the bick of our community inrfciference and neglect? Are we hold- mg back our patronage? If so, we are adding to the burden. We are making it heayy. But if we are generously giving our community our loyal support, then' we are doing our share in making the Burden light. We can so direct our thoughts, words and actions to lighten that load. Don't break the back ;