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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 14, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRIDGE DAILT HKRAEp AUGUST 14, tlbe iDecalb e.aibei-ta DAILY AND WEEKLY and PublUhfm .II-LETHBRIOGE HERALD PRINT- INC COMPANY, LIMITED fh Street Swth, LetKbrldH W. A. rot and Mahtdog Dlreclof Tonaaca Botto i' OKiee UttwW OSict em be-'oro the Mltlo of the July, me. It is rvidlly understood therefore why the world is Interested In Marshal 'och, even the Germans admit 'good and a unr? inti- mate view of tita will therefore be ntereittas-. This is fumtrfieJ m tbe Fortnightly Review" by Casrtes Daw- sludv ot the war lias induced Foch to attach the stalest Import- ance to (tie formalin.'] c? an intellect- ual elite iu the loifcrship ot armies. he strove at the School, professor and as commandant. That the French staff to-day la largely mini Btflr, ttUnitA. per palljr, deUrertd. per year .J500 bj mill, per mall, fl-M ot npirr of iiibscriflloci if fcttr dallr en tddrtsi label Accept ot pipen tfter U Mr authority -_to contlnui laa JTtoE PROGRESS DF THE WAR. j .another. lull in the battle on the front is recorded this raorntaj, tut lie. Germans are bringing up heavy guns, and artillery actl- Vity has heen resumed. TTha French yesterday vrere aWe to finally gain the crest of Lassigny that ciljr substantial region .Trard, Hove has not yet been, enttre- '3y evacuated by the Germans, bul is'pracli caliy untenable, JCojxm te now being tireatsn'ea. Peronne Eo Bgain be the object of allfed attack: and the cnemv is alreadv TnttidraTrin quarters from that town and firing Tvhal remains behind. HON.-Cfl OTHERS POORLY.EMPLOYED. the- life of to we cannpf eee Kh'yLHon. T. laborr is throijgn the countr; tcating- public addresses in Trhlch h is facing of PICKED UP m PASSING An electrically operated machine for turning out surgical bandages is now. aiding Boston Red Cross workers. There were 10.000 more male babies female babies boru in Ontario during: 1917. y Mrs. C. Adamls, ol Edmonton south, was fatally turned, while attempting postal workers onsthe men -understand tbe situation tie toea.liave. gone fraclc pending EH 'mrestiga'bon, of tteir settlement 3t -jflfe hops' that the wray and n fijol3 will be of Mr. Crbtflers tp he doing his best to stlf tronble. He can't be doing-- any. good, :and "possibly "do- ing a great deal of fcana. Snrely there is' work ia Ottawa for Hoik Mr, Crothers to do without com- ing west to antagonize tLe-.worterg. it that, is- all te can find'w do Tre might abolish tie ofiica v CONSIDER THE NEEDS in a while the CPR gels olt on the wrong toot One of those times was when-the company decided to put Lethb'rldgo'in the.backwoods class by aa a train serrice on this dtv- ave heen a'-crime when" If six miles betFpen, The pro- and CoatU fa "worse than rn the days o< the A. H .1, tor corporation the people ot thoae lines a daily ain'on each" is tree that economy is neces- ,y national undBriakrng bu moray'should be equally ap- :Mt iis advocacy of military culture. But ..o has not confined himself to tech- nicalities; he has taughl the psych- olosy ot war. You must understand Jie 'soul of a man before you can him. War is uot on exact science sat a passionate drama played by human actors, for this reason moral s all important. Once that goes every- fulng Llnkedxwitb moral, is discipline. There is no greater disciplinarian than. Foch. for all his courtesy and human- ly. Like joffre, he economizes in lives. 3ut the commander who has failed in iis duty, even in the most difficult circumstances, gets very little synr pathy from him. He must expect n had quarter of an hour. The grsy.blae eyes which some have found dreamy (though f fancy that was because Foch was a little bored by the con- assume a steely look. He can be pitiless where a fault has meant a danger to the neighboring unit "Kn-rather than yield ground" is lis masimum'as it was Jottre's in-lhe fanadus order 'al Ihe battle of the Marne. It Is the .spirit, austere and tie revolutionary., leaders.; the generalissimo un- :it Is intelligent, active, not merely.passive. Indeed, it is cooperation.' a reeding of ...the master-mind: and" a translation of il into "action. V "So with the principles of war. They must be living and plastic or they cramp and cripple. For amidst the changing fashions of, offence and de- fence the objects ot a commander re- main the Eame. They are Immutable founded on primary trJths.'He must seek cut tbe strongest bulk ol the en- emy and destroy it; he must divine hostile behind the as-Wellias'.cn defined, if, whether actual observation of argue from the .known" to the un- inventions but give force and extension to these ideas. Static laws, for example., do not alter with tho' change from. Gothic to Renals- nce. Toch foresaw many of the presenj eatures. Trench fighting seemed to Telop. logically from the Busso- panese war, where Japanese sold- _ carried a spade; an eadless batlle- resulted from the confrontation nations in arms; and it was-.ob- oas to attentive contemplation that duitrj' would supply new engines for oservation; for transport, forroffence. enerally ills have; come xne, bat they were ,at fault In TSspe.ct tie German: invasion. Hi' thought, did many eminent in- a'dlng.Jo'ffre, that.the.enem'y would bcrfted and rred .'great forts instead, he came the northern road, trampling over to etart-a fire with, coal oil. I The French transport the- dealh of prominent In (no iettcd Robert llastie, aged sixteen ot Toronto burned when ha upset a cup-of hot himself. Lieut. Amos Duller of-the H. A.'K., son of Mr. an'oT Jlrs. W.-.H. But- ler. Arden, JIan., has, been killed !n action.. F. B. Featberstonhaugh of Toronto, intends converting hls-castle on the lake shore roid into a convalescent home for returned officers wh'o have risen from the ranks, i Justke lho" con- viction of Evard Piess'a'of Mlnda.'near Jledlcine Hat, who was senlenced to one year in the Lathbrldge jail for having seditious "Lieut. Douglas Flying Corps, is reported killed In an accident. He is a son of. Rn..Dr..Mackenzie, Toronto, and a nephew of Colonel Grant Morden. Military intelligence department at Winnlpes Is rereiviag nume'fous com- plaints from different- sections of the prairie provinces that goods made in Germany and stamped' over to -show last they were made; iii Canada are being sold through the west.. }affe f lljta ,wort between, Calgary and E< 1 ,C P.R; has com ZjlttizjMiXtJfyhT conld not one a vleast .these .three he removed In th 1 plan economy? _ not rigftt that thriving com life's like Cardston, iiagraUi Raymond and Warner should be cu oft irom commnnlcation with the world for 48 hoars threo times a week, Pablic service corporation ahquld bo made to gire service' in xnoM.ure befittlng'tbe needa of a com I i FOCH '.THE' MAN OF THE HOUR. i j The area ot tie world today ar Foch, generallnuno aJlted trralca which are strliin bard blows at the Huns on, the Sol fcms-Bheltiis and .Amiens Jronta. T Allied world has great confidence roch, Steven y.ears of age'on Au Ikh, he has been In finpreme coromaii aU tho.silled'arinlfi since Mie allied rererea hi March erld'ent that, in order to coi ME German altempt iKnMa tlie unity feoninMKid absolnfelj' noccssa llnca then the allies nare Tvithatoc more ttennait sureties wi and the Channel as o litres, and wilhin tin past moi tiara not ODly Gem Into I Ocrana deSoat iat th own mcillclr.e'.wlilcli has i elgium. Considering the subject., ab- ractly, Foch felt this wonld be n eakuffss (an opinion shared by some ennan writers) for It would mean aving Edrrlsoris behind at Brussels d Antwerp, besides exposing the in- aer'i flanlt attacks. But it happen- d tie evi- ence of long "platforms' in Lorraine vidently designed, for detraining oops.' Foch knows tlie drawbacks ol the erinaii plan of offensive eTen' npported ty its gas fc! douWo power nd every sort of dlalwKcal, weapon. The troops become mortally .fatiguod, ence the comparative pause ,ln the midst" Jol and they are eigWei! .witb tbe carrying ol six ays' Haste is necessary to .sdendorfTs plan. The plan of Foch crjuires :care; but In his good Ume, irJU mov.fl forward with .aH hla pply of science and resource, and lerraahy rfill not be able to resist his Foch was chosen as General-. ssioio of the. allied arraies, Lloyd Jeorge la reported (o asked him: playJng cards with Iiudendorff, which, hand, would -ou "My was the lulck. reply; A little later when a rie'nd was going to London, Foch 'a aid o you see your Prime Min- ster you tnjght tsll bim 1 .81111 prefer my own, cards." And It looks now aa f thV gre'at French Blralpgist held most of-the trump cards In tue mon- strous and terrlbletmonunienlal game gplbg, on 'yonder In France" and Bel- (Frorn Our Own ilacleod, Aug. will long be remembered nil :the people who were at the famous .Water- ton Lakes 'during the 'week; as bright spot In the ir -lives, -when- witli the kind Invitation a! Mr. Hazzard. is known all Country and who is the proprietor the .Lake's; Hbtefasked'Rev.' Slitidleton to concert, or entertainment of sqm'e so that tie and the .visitors aV the lakes could Tind' a way to 'contribute, to 'Red Crosa, as in his estimatioa'lt is the greatest organization foV'ticlpIng ,the tioys at the front.. Mr, Hazzarfd gave his whole'hpuse Ihte cause. It retinlred some "arid .lifter finding there was plentj-'of talent -in] and 'among the tourists concertHthat wouW-be a credit "any was given to a crowded Mio'uae Friday eren- credit who Is always to making the people of this happier, by her 'which .was encored; also the Mr. Lane, who fairly car-tied the vast aud- ience with him, in fact eyery; _part was rendered .Iri a manner 'that called the ancHence lo ask.for'a repetition, of the concert at an early .-date, Programrhe- Chairman's Mr. Mid- dletpn; Rolo, Miss Marquis, encored; Port James live stock The' Edmonton., profit oi vthe expea- ses Vt According to the finance commissioner, has" paid.. 000 to date this year. Marguerite CiarK, iiio popular movie actress Is'engaged to be married to Lieut. H. Palmerson.-Williams ot the U. S. army. James Havella, former treasurer for the Iron Sloulders' union, Toronto, waa committed for. trial on a charge of stealing Major R. W. Brock, dean of the fac- ally ot apolled science oflhe nnlver- ot British Columbia has been sel- ected by' the as geological expert1 In Palestine. II. B. Coldham, aged 45, head ot the. firm of Coldham auil Co., tailors, Win- nipeg, y as I found dead from tho ef- fects of asphyxiation, at tho home ot his family. Mrs. Isabel Mclaughlin, aged 2S. was fdund dead on her bed in a room in the Grand Central hotel, anty a broken tumbler lying on Ihe floor. I'rince Arthur of Connaught planted a stake thousaticl feet higher up the side ot Mount'Eevelstotp than th5 one planted by his illustrious fatti- er in 1916. Wz'nnipeg is prepared (o sell elec- trical power to Portage la Prairie, over fifty miles distant Manitoba Government will to aid the construction of a transmission line. Dr. Truby King who has made New Zealand famous and has won renown for his wonderful baby saving work has been called to. England by the British government to take up this .work. The pope has taken .steps to assist out of Russia empress Alex- andra Alix and fo.ur daughters, Olga, Tatiana, Marig Japd Anastasie, who have made-pressing appeals for (heir literalion. Keep WRICLEY'S in mind as tbe longest- lastiotf confection you can buy. Send it to the bovs at tbe front. War to a clash Ihe City iUajauls, ds gist in Duett, Mrrs. .JUsa Dow- dell, encored; 'Violin Y.' M. Lane; Solo, Mr. McMurdo' 3I Ecahan, accompanist; Address, by the Chairman on fmilan -Folk' Lore; Qnar- tettc, Marquis, Mra might der -the- Military Service. 'Act of Can- adlans'notiordinarilj1 resident In Can- ada hea been Formerly such men automatically-fell Into class two. Under, of an order-'rt- tow, withid 'enjdayaM'tiielr return lo Canada, to Kglsler. If'.lhey come within the provfswna.'of class ftlfeoted by a pfocTamition ;tfioy under thai prop.lam'atlon... The crder-rii-councll js of particular bb- ami '3rymre of ngo, not real- tho outbreil- of UiO war. On hls.roturn to the pomin- Traffic Bylaw and theJPrqvincial Mot- or Act the Vancouver'Bremen.'will re- fuse to travel'to flres at' an haur an'tll the anomaly is rectifled. Synod .of Biocese of Ontario has received in Victory" war bonds of 1937, as a' -the diocese from Mrs. Lennox'Mills, to found and endow Lennox Bursary, as a memorial to the Mr. Mills, _ Because'he Keglected to place two-cent stamp on a ciieqae he drew up for S126 as salary 'for a school teacher, John F. Quinn, .secretary, treasurer for school sections 1 and in Hinchtiibroofce, was fined CQ3la al Kingston. rrices for Ala'sfcari. 'salmon til; year" will be no greater'-th'a'n'thdse of 1917, if the report of a special 'com- mittee appointed b? the National F.ooil admlnlslr'aEion to' investigate and to recommend a schedule ;of, is adopted.' Capt. Charles.A. HbU'ford will havn the work atiottawa in con- K nection with the administration 'tit MilltaV Service" "draft treaty iment which has been agreed up- between Great Britain, Canada the Red Cross and sent at Pincher Creels. The '.singing of the Rational and jPoil. Save Our'IJoys brought th? entertalniiaBrit to a. c.lftsp., The th'e lakes' lias; been cool and frequent- bat mountain air. Is good 'lor everyone who comes 16 enjoy it. ____ ___, Rev. S .Middlcton, and famllyi are] and dlslies were completely'ruined aving their oMzg, and .the children '_ f