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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 14, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta THE IffTMBWDOB DAILY HKRACO AUGUSt ttbc aibcrta ANP WMKLY ftfitf It LITHBRIDQE HKRALD PRINT INO LIMITED Street Buchantn and Managing Director I TILRPHONM tneas 12SI Subscription Rattai par week per year by per by per year b year to Mat da of Ukr au ot expiry of ap dally on addrtaa label of citeesplraUnB data la authority to continue the tub PROGRESS AP THE Another lull in the battle on the fcrestern front Is recorded this JDUt the Germans are bringing up heavy and artillery acti has been TThe French yesterday were able to finally gain the crest of Lassigny h overlooks llrat city and domin Otes3 substantial region Roye has not yet been entire 3y evacuated by the hut the tflwn is and ispracti cally Noyon is now being Peronne soon he the object of allied and the enemy is already withdrawing flnarters from that town and firing What remains WON OROTHEH8 For life of cannpt see Why minister of is going through the country Snaking public addresses in which he Is tracing of the postal workers on the iAsWft the situation the gone hack work pending an of their Jt tihV hope of that the lie away and a ttJrtJ5 afirtcable will be c of to be doing his best to stifiip He cant be doing any and is possibly do Ing a great deal of Sorely there is work in Ottawa for Crothers to do without com ing west to antagonize If that is all be can to do we might abolish the THE NEEDS 0p THE in a while the gets off Jon the wrong One of those times jwaa when the company decided to put ILethbridge In the backwoods class by t giving no a train service on this div that would been a crime in the nineties when it was six Blijes The pro posed service to Cardston and Coutts jia wore than la the days of the and tor even that little corporation Ipne the people of those lines a dally train on each Jtria truethat economy is neces j sarx undBrtaking but thai economy should be equally ap I One district nbt Buffer at expenga ot ItIs that between Calgary and Ed jwierethe has com are three trains each pould mot at leapt fit fhree be removed In the 1 plan economy It Is not rlgftt that thriving nmnitles like Raymond and Warner should he cut off from communication the out slde world for 48 hours three times Public service corporations should be made to give service in a measure befitting the needs of a com MARSHAL FOCH MAN OF THE The eyes of the world today are Marshal generalissimo of allied armies which are striking blqws at Huns the Sois and Amiens The illled wprld has great confidence in Stetyseven years of age on be has been in supreme command qt all tbe armies eiuce after allied reverse in March when it evident ia order to com ithe supreme attempt to the thin unity of mmand wasabsolutely Inca thenthe allies bare withstood Hrae more German smashes with and the Channel ports as ob and within the past have not only turned a Cernjau Into a German defeat but they taste owa baa re awnlefii by them before the battle of the Sommo in It Is readily understood therefore why the world Is Interested In Mnrshaf whpra the Oormnns ndmlt as h gXJol and n more Inti mato view of him will therefore be This Is furnished In the Fortnightly Review by Chnrles Daw barn His study of tlir wnr has induced Foch to attach the Kreateat import ance to the formation of nn Intellect ual elite in tho Ifiulcrshlp ot For this he strove at tliP War both as professor and as That the French staff today highly efficient rargety his advocacy of military But ho has not confined himself to tech nicalities he has taught the psych ology of You must understand the soul of a man before you can letul War is not an exact science but a passionate drama played by human For this reason moral is all Once that goes every thing Linked with moral is Tliera Is no greater disciplinarian than for all his courtesy and human Like he economizes in But the commander who has failed in his even in the most difficult gets very little sym pathy from He must expect n bad quarter of an The greyblue eyes which some have found dreamy though I fancy that was because Foch was a little bored by the con versation assume a steely He can be pitiless where a fault has meant a danger to the neighboring ynlt Dierather than yield ground is hjg maximum us it Was Joffres in the famous order at the battle of the It is the austere and ot the revolutionary Discipline as the generalissimo un defsfanas it Is not bHnd not merely it Is a reading of the mastermind and a translation of it intoterms of So with the principles of They must be living and plastic or they cramp and For amidst the changing fashions of offence and de fence the objects of a commander re main the They are immutable founded on primary He must seek out the strongest bulk of the en emy and destroy it he must divine sostile behind the as Wellington defined whether le has actual observation or argue from the the tm New inventions but give force and extension to these Static for do not alter with the change from Gothic to Renais Foch foresaw many of the present Trench fighting seemed to develop logically from the Russo Japanese where Japanese sold iers carried a spade an endless battle Una resulted from the confrontation of nations in arms and it was ob vious to attentive contemplation that industry would supply new engines for for for Generally his prophecies haye come but they were at fault in respect of the German He as did many eminent in the enemy would enterby theEastern bofted and barred as the great forts of Tout and Verdun he came by the northern trampling over Considering the subject ab Foch felt this would be a weakness an opinion shared by some German writers for it would mean leaving garrisons behind at Brussels and besides exposing the in vaders to flank But It happen ed the evi dence of long platforms in Lorraine evidently designed for detraining Foch knows the drawbacks of the German plan of offensive even when supported by its gas of double power and every sort of diabolical The troops become mortally hence the comparative pause in the midst of and they are weighted with the carrying of six days Haste is necessary to Ludendorffs The plan of Foch requires care but In his good he will move forward with all his panoply of science and and Germany will not be able to resist his When Foch was chosen as isstmo of the allied Lloyd George Is reported to have asked him Supposing you were playing cards with which yould you prefer My was the quick A little later when a friend was going to Foch said to him If you see your Prime Min ister you might tell him I still prefer my own And It looks now as if the great French strategist held most of the trump cards in the mon strous and terrible monumental game going on yonder in France and Bel STATUS OF status un der theMilitary Service Act of Can adians resident in Can ada has been Formerly such men automatically fell into class Under provisions ot an orderla they are within ten oftheir return to to H they come within the provisions of any oiass affooted by a proclamation they cumo uiiclor that The orderinconncil is of particular Importance to men iia twaen 20 and of not ieal deptMn the outbreak of the On hia return to the Domin ItfStaad placed automa tically In class married men bo 30and 34 he Is placed in tho class lp Vhicji be would havo boon UP PASSING An electrically operated machine for turning out surgical bandages Is aiding Boston Red Cross were more male babies thanfemale bnbies born In Ontario during of Edmonton Wns fatally burned while attempting to stnrtn lire with coal Robert aged sixteen of Toronto was fatally burned when he upset a ciip of hot tapioca Over Amos Butler of the feon of But been killed In Featherstonhaugh of intends converting hlscastle on the lake shore road Into n convalescent home for returned officers who have risen from the ranksi Justice Harvey squashed the con vlction of Evard Piessa of near Medicine who sentenced to one year in the Lothbrldge jail for having seditious Douglas Plying Is reported killed in an He is a son of and a nephew of Colonel Grant Military Intelligence department at Winnipeg Is receiving numerous com plaints from different sections of the prairie provinces that goods made in Germany and stamped over to show that they were made ifl Canada are being sold through the The French traiwpott of been terpcdool la the i From Our Own evening will long be remembered by all the i people who were at the famous Water ton Lakes during the as one bright spot in their when with the kind Invitation of who is known all over the and who is the proprietor of the not ed Waterton Lakes asked Middleton to get up a or entertainment of some so that he and the at the lakes could find a way to contribute to the Red as in his estimation it is the greatest organization for helping the soys at the Hazzarfd gave ais whole house up for this It required some arid after finding there was plenty of talent in and among the tourists would be a credit to any place was given to a crowded house Friday even Great credit is due who is always willing to assist in naktng the people of this world feel by her which was also the who fairly carried the vast andj ence with In fact every part wasj rendered In a manner that called the I dlence to ask for a repetition of the j concert at an I Programme i Chairmans Mldj dleton Miss encored Wilkins and Miss Dow1 encored Violin solo EC McMurdd and accompanist by the Chairman on IndianFolk Lore Quar MclianeMiss Miss Dowdell Murdo Violin Lane Walklns McMurdo and the closing was a collection for the Red Cross and sent to branch at Pincher The singing of the Rational and God Save OurBoys brought the entertainment to a The week at the lakes has been cool and frequent but the mountain air is good for everyone who cornea to enjoy S and are having their and the children from home at tho Reserve are camped all are enjoying the Port Hope tho death ot James prominent IB live stock TheEdmonton netted profit ot the expen ses of According td a report of the finance toromb has paid 000 in Insurance to date this Marguerite the popular actress is engaged to be married to Palmerson Willlatus of the James former treasurer for the Iron Moulders was committed trial on a charge of stealing Major dean of the fac ulty ot applied science of the univer sity of British Columbia has been sel ected by the imperial as geological expert in aged head of the firm of Coldham and Win was I found dead from tho ef fects of at the home of his Isabel aged was found dead on her bed in a in the Grand Central a broken tumbler lying on the Irince Arthur of Connaught planted a stake over a thousand feet higher up the side of Mount Revelstoke than the one planted by his illustrious fath er in Winnipeg is prepared to sell elec trical power to Portage la over fifty miles Manitoba Government will be asked to aid the construction of a transmission 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 The pope has taken steps to assist out of Russia thevformer empress Alex andra Alls and her four Marie and who have made pressing appeals for their Owing to a clash between the City Traffic Bylaw and theAProvinclal Mot or the Vancouverfiremen will re fuse to travel to fires at a rate of speed exceeding fifteen milca an hour until the anomaly is Synod of Diocese of Ontario has received in Victory war bonds of as a gift to the diocese from Lennox to found and endow Lennox Mills as a memorial to the late Because he neglected to place a twocent stamp on a cheque he drew up for as salary for a school John secretary treasurer for school sections 1 and in was fined and at Prices for Alaskan salmon this year wju be no greatfer than thoge Qf sciedule Prlces ia with the present situation In a cable today from the British ministry of information by the direc tor public which reads i follows The allied campaign in Northern Russia opened successfully with the occupation of The popu released from the Bolshevikl reign of greeted the allies with the utmost and the down fall of Hoisheviki authority was practically without resist Large quantities of rolling stock and stores and two heavy bat teries were captured by us at Arch the Bolshevikl govern ment is doing all possible to over whelm the Czechs before outside Charles Botsford will have charge of the work atOttawa in con nection with the administration the Military Service draft treaty agreement which has been agreed up on between Great Canada and the United In the hurricane of last Tuesday week the house of Aide on Iroi inear was en tirely and Aide and p the children only escaped serious in i jury because they had taken in the Thoir furniture and dishes were completely The Greeley Square Iotel Com New which controls the Hotel McAlpin and several other large hotels and has agreed to contribute to the Red Cross and for sugar the food administration Following Mayor Gales announce Hign the new civic bylaw authorizing the Electric Railway Company to charge a sixcent tare on city lines until tho city redmos the power and light rales charged to local consum a number of passengers on slreel cars refused to pay more Ihan fivo In the the con ductors paid the extra cent and in no case was a protesting passenger de nied transportation at the old The ceremony of planting the foun dation qtone of tho Hebrew Univer sity on Mount took place on July according to information reaching Reuters Those present besides i the je Germans the latter will make no further ad so that the Bolshevik can transfer nil forces to deaf with the Czechs Volga Tjie Bolshevikl were Kevnroly defeated in the Cas pian anil the antiflolKjieviki movement is widespread and progres sing Hostile forces at Archangel are re ported to consist Of about while iho Gnman forcas north of the tlulf jf Finland number some five the ullied commander In the j military governor of repre I sentatlves of the French and Italian military detachments In the Mufti expounder of the Koran the the Anglican Bishop of Jerus representative of the Armenian and Greek rluirKies and the mayor and vico mayor or About six persona witnessedt tho The site ia on the eastenl slope of Mount overlooking the valley of thu Jordan and from which the Dead Ktep WRIGLEVS In mind as the longest lasting confection you can Send If to the bovs at the War Time Economy in Sweetmeats a 5cenf Package of WRIGLEYS will tfive you several enjoyment ifs an Investment in benefit as well as for it helps CHEW IT AFTER EUERV MEAL The Flavour Lasts Seeled tightKept right for Boys Girls The Herald Will Give in Prizes for the Best Essays on the Subject V Patronise Home Dealers in Preference to the Mail Order The competition is open to boys and girls up including 16 years Two prizes will be given for the best essays by boys and girls and including 12 years of age and two prizes for those in by and 16 years of age and The younger girls and boys to eligible for prizes for both First Prize Second Prize In each There will be two prizes each and two Essays of any length f Judges president of the board of and chairman retail section of the board of Essays must be in by August and should be addressed to The Buy at Home Uthbridge ;