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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - August 14, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta v^^lPAgE FOUR THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HKRAOJ (fcctbbviboc 1l3cvalb IctlJbi-iDge, aibcrta bAILY ANQ WEEKLY tProprietor* and Publlsham M� LETHBRIDGE HERALD PRINT-' : INQ COMPANY, LIMITED ' In Cth Street South, Lethbrldg* / W. A. Buchanan , Prealdont and ManaBlng Director fohn .Torrance  - Buslnoii Mnnagw . TILFPHONEt Bnilneas Otdce .......... Kditorlal OUic........... 1Z51 tubterlptlon Rattsi Datlr, fiellvered, per week 1* Daily, delivered, per year .V...J5.00 Ujdly, by mall, par year ......ti.OO jWeekJy, by mall per ye�r .....$166 [weokly. by mall, per year to U.8..$J.O0 Datea of expiry of iubBcrlptloni ap-Ifar daily on addres* label Accept-Uce ot papers litei explratUn date U Mr authority to continue the lub-" icrlpUon. ifHE PROGRESS jDF THE WAR. , Another lull in tlio bnttle on the Western front is rpcnrdcd this rooming-, fcut the Germans bringing up |nore heavy guns, .ind artillery actl-Vity has been resumed. The French yesterday were able to ilnally pain the crest of Lusslgny iFhich overlooks tlrat oity and domin-Btes-a substantial region to.thoiforth-�ward. Ko.vo has not yet been entlre-3y evacuated by the G^rninns. but tho town is surrounded, "and is'practicallyuntenable. Noypii is now being threatened. Pero'nne too,'will soon again be the object of allied attacks, and the enemy is already -withdrawing fluartera from that town and firing "What remains behind. -^PICKED UP m-* PASSING TMB mmr MAM All eloctrically oporntod roachlno for turning otit surgical bandages is now aiding Boston Rod Cross workers. There were 10.POO nioro male babies llinn- female babies born in Ontario during 1!)17. Mrs. C. Adaniis, of Edmonton south, was fatally burned while attomptins to start-a flro witli coal oil. g Robert Hastio. aged si.xteen months,, of Toronto was fatally burned when ho upset a cup of hot tapioca over i 000 in soldlera' Insurance to date this HON. CROTHERS POORLY EMPLOYED, For the life of lis we.cannpt* see �why Hon. T. W. Cro.thers, minister of 3abor, is going through the countr>-tmaldng public addresses in which ho Is placing the blain* of the recent triie of Pe^clea^ed away and a Itaal' amlcible sfettletoent will be reached,. Iiir the face of .'this Mr. Crothers. .seems to be doing his best to stir up further trouble. He can't be doing any good, and is possibly doing a great deal of harm. Surely there is work in Ottawa for Hon. Mr. Crothers to do without coming west to antagonize the- -svorkers. it that is all he can find to do we might abolish the office. CONSIDER THE NEEDS them before tho battle of the Somnie in .July, 1010. It is readily understood Iheroforo why tho world is interestod In Mar-jhal Koch, whoiu oven the Oornians luliiiit as a 'good soldier," and a iinro Inli-mate view of him will tlu-i'oforo bo � interesting. This i."! funii.shed in the "rortnlphtly Heviow" by Cluirlos Daw-barn: 'His study of tho war has induced Fooh to iUtai-h tho .;ro.itost import-anoo to tlio foi-iiKitiim o'l an intollocl-uiil elite in tho lr:uU;rsIiip ot armies. For this he strove ai tlio W'av School, both as pVofesRor and as onmmandnnt. , . . , That the Froni'h start' to-dii.v Is higlily emolou! i.pfttob^V.'^?'?''8-t^r C.P.R. has com-.^Uloj},..there, are three trains eodh �HtW'i^^^y-"W^y .coild not one. at leapt ttt .these -three be rem-oved in the ' plan fiw economy? It Is not rlgltt that thriving com-. munitieB like Cardston, Magrath, Raymond and Warner should be cut off from communication with, the out-aiac world for 48 hours three times a week. Public service corporations should be made to give service In a measure befitting the needs of a community. barred as It Was by the great forts of Toul and Verdun; instead, he came by the northern road, trampling over Belgium. Considering the subject abstractly. Foch felt this would be a weakness (an opinion shared by some German writers) for it would mean leaving garrisons behind at Brussels and Antwerp, besides exposing the invaders to flank atta.cks. But it happened otherwise-notwithstanding the evidence of long platforms in Lorraine evidently designed for detraining troops." Foch knows the drawbacks of the German plan of offensive even when supported by its gas ot double power and every sort of diabolical weapon. "The troops become mortally fatigued, hence the comparative pause in the midst of operation, and they are weighted with the carrying ot six days' supplies." Haste is necessary to Ludendorft's plan. The plan of Foch requires care; but in his good time, he will move forward with all his panoply of science and resource, and Germany v,-ill not be able to resist his might." ' When Foch -was chosen as General-, isslmo ot the allied armies, Lloyd George is reported to have asked him: "Supposing you were playing cards with Ludendorff, which hand, ^vould you prefer?" "My own," was the quick reply. A little later when a friend was going to London, Foch said to him: "If you see your Prime Minister you might tell him I still prefer my own cards." And It looks now as if the great French strategist held most ot the trump cards in the monstrous and terrible monumental game going on yonder in France and Belgium boys at the front. Jlr, Hazzarfd gave his whole house up for this cause. It required some preparation, arid after finding there was plenty of talent in and among tho tourists a concert that would be a credit to any place'was given to a crowded house Friday even- j ing. Great credit Is due Miss Marquis, who is always -wflling to assist in making the people of this world feel! ,;,p"for"?l2s"'a.s salarv for a school happier, by her singing, which , was! teacher, John F. Quinn. socretary-encored,_ also the Violm-solos of Mr.! treasurer tor school sections 1 and 4, Lane, wno fairly carried the vast and- Hinchlnbrooke, was fined $5 and ience with him, in fact every part was; ,n,tg at Kinizston rendered in a manner that called the' Kingston. Synod ot Diocese of Ontario has received ?5,o00 in Victory bonds, war bonds of 1937, as a gift to the diocese from Mrs. Lennox Mills, to found and endow Lennox Mills Bursarv, as a memorial to the late Mr. Mills. Because he neglected to place a two-cent stamp on a cheque he drew MARSH/^t FOCH .�THE MAN OF THE HOUR, ' /yhe eyes of the world to-day are tjn 'Marshal Foch, generalissimo of JJie allied arrnles which are striking |iard hlqws at the. Huns on. tlie Sols-�ons-Rbdims and Amiens fronts, Thd alU^ "wprld has great confidence la foch. Sl�ty-s"even years of age" on Aug. jtb, be lias h.ee^ in supreme command i^t all the allied'armies since after .ittie allied reverse In March when it ^ecam^ evident that, In order to com-;|Sa{tBe"*upr6me German attempt to (Bnash the aUies this.'year, unity ot j^ravMuA wfis- abaplutely necessary, inc^ itheni th^ allies have "withstood more German smashes with irifi and the Channel poHs as oh-eotlves, and 'within the past moatSi itjiey iiavo not only turned;a German y^rly* Into a Ocrman defeat but they Mi�v�'�t4rprlted fh^.-.HunHwitli^' taste' i,oC^jtbetr own medicine swhlcfli (has" re-,auWs4 i�y.-pUBlringi*lic iaermnu armlefSi :p;.^^MWk OT�o|t,lcaUy:JW'y Servic'j draft treaty agreement which has been agreed upon between Great Britain, Canada and the United States. Ip the hurricane ot last Tuesday week the house of Mr. Aide on Iroi, Creek,|near Itardlsty, Aita., was entirely destroyed, and Mrs. Aide and the children only n-icapod serious in jury because they had taken refuge in tho cellar. Thoir beds, furnlturv; Keep WRIGLEy*S in mind as the longest-lastintf confection you can buy. Send it to the boys at the front. War Time Economy in Sweetmeats- a 5-cent pachaae of WRIGLEV'S will eive you several days' enjoyment: it's an Investment iii benefit as well as Pleasure, for it helps teeth, breath, appetite, disestion. . CeeW IT AFTER EVERY MEAL The Flavour Lasts INNOTOROIiRY Ottawa, -Aug. 13.-The .status under �thO' MUltavy Service Act ot Canadians notiordinarlly resident in Canada has been changed. Formerly such men automatically fell into class two. Under the, provisions ot an order-ia-councU,- ho-yvevfer, they/aro n6w, within ten days of'their return to Canada, to register. If they come within the provlslbns of -.any oiaas atteotod by a proclamation they coma under that proclaajatlon., The order-ln-councll is ot particular �Imptwtance. to .Uje ,uniuaiTied men bb-tween 2d and 'sffyoars of ago, not rosl-dept''ih'ject: % in {'reference to the Mail Order Houses. The competition is ojjen to boys and girls up to"and including 16 yie?ii-s of age. Two prizes will be given for the best essays by boys andgirlfe i^p'.tp atifd including \ 12 years of age and two prizes for those ,sent in by boys and girls, 16 years of age and under. The younger girls and boys to be.eligible fgr prizes for both ages. First Prize ..ij....... ..... $7.50 Second Prize ....... .-i.;^.... $5,00 in each case. There will be two prizes $7.50 each and two $5>00 prizes. Essays of any length accepted.  ' Judges: IMr. G. R. Marnoch, president of the' board of trade, and Mr. 4,* W. Bawden, chairman retail section of the board of trade. Essays must be in by August 26th/and should be addressed to "The, Buy at Home" Editor, Lethbridge Herald. ^ 0393 842378 718588 ;