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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 17, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta LETHBnnJGK' iDAILT MMULD SATURDAY, AUGUST.17, 1918 Ube DAILY AND WKIKtV FrafriMtra and f HI LfttHtMDet HERALD PRINT. fU SMrtV IKrMMr 1 OHSc. UM MtorhJ OOU. Batty. pat Dally, deltrtrtd. Dattr, fcy mil, TOT SteWy, V TW by mall. U PA. Mr Oil} aMma hM. MM X jam to OF THE WAR." l It now quite clear according from front, that the Germans Intend to evacuate Use RoVe- salient entirely. In this they Trill bo compelled to retire to tbs line'held by them previous, to their great of this spring. Both the French and British troops vet con- tinuing their pressure In lite region ind'Ow Oennana are finding their po- ilttona jratenable. definite thai the vir vlll have Its final ending. _ Having admitted thit he it on the defensive, tha eneuiy slteally its that he has no further hope victory. His one hope noir is ihit by ensiTe fisuris szs. cs- P'liive that Uiti Auk-i be "tiling call it draw and make terms on Inat basis. But It 13 evident that the Allies are not going to be contented with dravr, that nothing less .than a definite vic- tory n-ill accepted. And to this end, the A'lied countries (ire combing their manpower for more men, while the United States is speeding up Its program to put 3.000.000 me a .in the HeM hr July, with the object of putting men in tho battle tone as rapidly as possible in order to force quick decision: With the German manpower on the vane, the faster tbo Allies lcan put an overwhelming force on the -west front the sooper a defin- ite decision trill be reached. The past month's events have paved the way for the end of the war. It may take a long time yet, tut there is no doubt of the result even though the Ger- mans may be. determined to exact fearful price. THE POSITION OF-YHE NEWSPAPERS. "Editor aad Pabltelier" makes ihs follolrtns atatetnent of interest to the reading public: Qno fact stands out in bold relief: Newspaper reveanss, tinder present conditions, must b tie war, is better able to enter into com- merclal treaties other cations, and Email, than ever before. For Canada, though sha Is still, and always will be a part of (he British Empire, is considered a nation in her- self. She has earned the right to be so. considered by other nations, and no doubt that recognition will be ao corded to And Canada will, as Mr. Gourlay In- timates, eater into many important trade compacts after the war which will be for Canada's benefit No other country in the world offers the ra sources on which to build up ft great .world trade that' Canada can offer and ths result the world will come to "Canada' seeking trade In .what Canada has .to offer. .Puring the to'the people of many.'ptKtlltTles prior to. the Tfar as Our the Snows has come to be considered gthe shining ctar of the Britfci. colonial empire. Her men and he; peaources are She is ataTertised, and that advertise- iaent wlUJproye a great magnet after tte war, Go wliile tha prevent task of wm illng the war is'-the most important, CPR SHOULD DEAL WITK'THESF PEOPLE. H rKe rormntent ocwiden It aeceuarjr thai 3wKt np on de northern bond- the border ftatea on the aicth akortd be tnrei with a man lervfee, and we believe tistlt H ia rtqviricf such Ear- vice wpoclaBy In these times when the worldjaetaasdi to be kept la dote touch :Witt the acUvWei at the front, etntaaaUy right that Can- ada, rijoild to ii to at the ceople OirMoD and Oootts aid otber tonTU fhoM ihouH bo aim- Jlartr. acmd. for mall. leryke. these 'iiliipoTtint. It It rmportant that feoffa towu, and the in Ike mmndiac dtetrleta to their itwvpeven maraie or at Wn caittrt ex feet edoit trorn Me pecpla llrr at tnm tie iarger Jwe, 'stfeli'lltJU dlana to recotnilie the position .Con ada..wiil occapy ween peace; !s de- clared, aad to prepare -for -the oppor tnnltieswhlchwtll.be Canada's of plac ing couiilry at'the forefront of tha young comtrlea in -which' great ert eipansion is" to be eipeeted. -As the great Jame> J Hill onrt eatd Tie titSBtleth century Is Canada's'1 and dointr much to make il suet. tfeat need wrw jerrrt Trtth baV train ttr- tttoed far ten jaam V Own a Mrrtea ir late- Cartjton and OootU worid for a for sll-yeuDlu J McBeth a. switch lender ol Nanai mo, was almost instanth killed when he was struck by" a locomotive on a logging rallwav which Jumped the track at hEadquarters near Courtenay Papers recefrediatrAtosterdam from the of Germany say that both -which partlcl pated in the siikhig recently ol tha White star luie steamer Justlcla off the returned Hev. H. c. .of the Pres bytery, has tie: call ot the congregation at FiBfal London Pres bvtery to the HevrJanies Anthony Knor Church Orders for IS 1500-ton, wooden ves sels for the FrehchYg'dverhraent have been obtained In New York bj Ihi Win. Lyall Sblpbntldlng'Company o -Vancoaver. Owing to the 'Increasingly Urge number of un ;der the invalid soldiers' commission, and-, the limited accdoimQdation present at Its Is e possibility that hospl tal at Daysland will be liken over b> the commission in the near future An Italian In a book jusl published on the subject' of war and population says will be In England 121 ages of 20'and 44 to every-100 men between ages, If ends nej year. Clark, -moving picture actress was married 'to Lieut H P VHtKamB, of New Orleans, who Is at lachfid to tho Corps a .Washington. Is dl vorced from hts first wife He and his Hi ba h ga e fiair ago. oa f-a aa- riage licence as 31 The Dominion Co'nn'cil of "the" Young SVOmen's ChrialloiijAssocla'tlon' Is of rertng a ten weeks' (raining canrjo In 'association, work duality-young wo- men who wish to.flt for secrelarvsliin. In tJie.Vork of Toung Christian Asaocla lldn Seven year old Tommy Smith, Moun llamlllon who had Desn'uaconsc'ous fof six veeks following a fall from a telegraph pole now conscious hut cannot talk.He'apparently under stands what Is said to'him juiiglng by the eipresalon of his1 eyes and Hr McGregor has iie will re cover. -rijj1- liarrls, formerly secreUry of thi Kow Westminster street railway, has Vien suspended from' membership In the local union for two mohths lor hla alleged activities connection with the receat 24-hour a'lrlke callet at Vancouver, as 'agafns tho shooting ot Draft-Evader Oood win. A suit for libel has been entered against Iho London Advertiser by Gib- bona, Harper arid Oibbons, fepresent Ing the London txjftn The news paper published a report date-lined Irom Toronlp atatlng1 that a motion had been made to'apppinl a1 receiver for tho loan company. As a result 0 Iho Incorrect report there has, been a run on the loan cowpany and aj their capital Is largely Invested It has boot necessary to al a tilth rate of Inleresl to cope with the alt nation. Tho amount asked la report 11 -'6a J10.000. Eli DriviHjj in Cattle, WasKUled Instantly During Bad-Storms v to the IKraiiu Juc.'eodi Aug. .'dlitrlcl recelwd pne ot 'the haarleit (fttnae'r tmf agtiiiinjt storajs of the, .While; late for crops.of.tiils year.-ft'wilt aid the feeTl rralni that have beeii sownVtoi'v.'ieed-.titaek the cominp pastures are and tn are- better ow this year. During' the storm ot August 13. 1918, EU J.'Wells a fanner living a few mites west of MacleotJ, was out driving his cow and calf from tho pas- ture when he" was struck by lightning and billed Instantly. The bolt struck him on head; (urine his hat to pieces, pasaed down his body, and tore his shoes to pieces, passing Into Ihe ground. Ills watch waa found a fen-; feet away. Tie cow and calf were lying near the body, both dead, but without a mark on either of them. Coroner Grady was notified, and after Tiering the tody with a medical man, decided an inquest'was not necessary. The Junerah will bo held from the Itethodiat church'on Sunday, August IS, 191S. He leaves i wife only. CapL and Mrs. J. Leo of Edmonton wfio returned from the front last No- vember are visiting Mrs. C. Bowker, after spending tome weeks travelling through B. C. Harvest help'is very scarce, and wages are good. -The season will not be Joog, butvitil! be good while it aU. C. Fouts, living some 15 miles east of Macleod, Has just started cutting his eight hundred-acre field, which be MACLEOD MAN eays will giva a yield ot fifteen bush- -Is per acre. Cutling in his district general this ,wee.k.' v'; _ _ It. Hackelt, couth cut ICO acres of spring wheat that will yield twenty Bushels to the acre. This Is; his estimation. was looked [or on account of the poor crops that oare-beeu reported from all over ibe dUtrlci, but are now comius lut very fair. Toronto, Aug. H. J. 'codv has been charged by his political op- ponent here with having been a vice' Germany" society some years ago. Hou, Sir. ttls cold the rose nut of a confer- ence of ralsllonarlea la-191! Il EJIn- lurgh Its aim vac to try '.9 keep peacettil relations between Britain ccd Oermaay TJT-tringing influence pp rour worn suits; also ladies' clothes .of every cleahed'and'presfc.' ed and made LbOK LIKE NEW at the Lethbridge Laundry Co.'s Dry Cleaning It is the only, up-tc-date Dry Cleaning POWER 'PLANT south of Calgary. Phone 451 C.S.FMROW, EMPLOY OUR QlifICK RELIABLE SERVICE OUR BIG FURNITUHfe AND AUTO VAN HANDLING! WITH OR SCRATCHING YOUR PIANO OR FURNITURE. CHARGED REASONABLE. r.' THE TRANSFER 313 SIXTH STREET WUTH PHONE 1097 PRESBYTERIAN Knoi Chnreh 4th Avt. and tth f.iV. Clpt A, H, Dtfotn, PitVX Rev. W, F. Burnt, Acting Pntor. During July and August the evening service will ho held at 8.30 instead ot 7.30. 14 a.m.: Department 13.30 a.m. BlB SMtn' BIMe OlajJ. 2.00 p.m.: Big Brothers' Bible Class. 33.15 p.m.: Other rApariment of 3un- day School t Chinese Clan. THE UNITED CHTOCH OF NORTH LETHBRIDGE Rev. E. i, Hodalna, B.A., Parlor 1271 Bill Avt.. N. Phone 1653 10 a.m.: Class meeting for uoys and glrto. 10 a.m.: Boys Department of the 3. S. In the Kali. 11 a.m. Topic: "Did That Father Love Hit ,8on7" Parents arc Invlterl to encourage their children to attend the Junior congregation which Is conducted In connection with the morning nerrlce. p.m.: Bcginnera and Primary De- partments of lha 3.8. In tha 2.00 p.m.: Oirla Department of the S. S. In the Chnrcli. 3.15 p.m.: Adult Department ot the S. S, In the Church. 7.30 Topic: TThe Rejected SALVATION ARMY Adj. and Mr a. officers In Sunday, -11 a.m., 3 and 7.30 p.m. Sunday 2 Monday, Thursday, SstnrrUy, 8 p.m. Tuesday, 7.30 Corp CadelB. Wednefday, 2 p.m., Home Ixiacte, v fl p.m.: Lite Having Hcnuta nnd Onnrds The Citadel Hand In lUendancM, Hnnduf ann Thuraday Services. tverylwdy Welcome METHODIST Wesley Church Rev. Chm, E. Crago. B. D., Pattor. Residence 320 11U? St, S. Pariortage 4M, Church Study 408 Claude Hughei, L.A.B., Hut. Director At'11 a.m. li.m.: Public Worship. The sendees oolh hiorril'ng'and cven- ingiwlll bi'tonducted ny KOY. Qeofga Jl. Jackraan.'. 12'p.ra SaWiath school under'the pK Illvtira. On t'un-lay.' AugiHt 25, Hov. Salem ,r HI.TOdj of .Winnipeg W1M preach. ANGLICAN St CyprTairt Chtfrch Cur. 11tn and 8th Sauth. Canon W. V.'McMlllen, Rectw- a.m. tunday' Actiotl cn4 BlbU a p.m. .7.10 p.ta. and 3rd days at tM; 2nd aid 4th Sindayi at 11 a.m.. Bundayi at 4 p.m. CHRISTIAN SCIENCE CHRISTIAN SCIENCE SOCI6TV Hull Block, 7th Street 1. Bunjty at 11 Subject: "Soul." The Sunday School Is closed during Teiiiraony lie' I urn. IVe reading room U open ilall; ei- Sitndsya .and legal from t to ft p.m. Hero, tho inhlo nnd Antnnr. .Chrlatlan may be or purcVasf.d. the cordlMly Invited to lend thei.chtlfch .alao to ilsll.lho rcadlnt room. V BAPTIST. Baptist Cliirch Cor, >rd It Rev C Baktr, PatUr Earvlsos sill be held, morning evening.' Morning Servlce.jll-a.m. Bvcinlng Serilce 7.topm Sunday Senool will meet after thi morning service We give a heartyMnfltallon to all to meet tvllb'us'id'Uiess Chriatim Ckttrch Car. 3rd Avi. Ith St.- S. Oliver L, 612 3-vcnth Street South Phont 502 Jlornlng. 'Sunday acnorj! 'at Come and cornc Preaching nt 1130' "Qeftlnj the Most Oirt of Evening at 6.45: 'Christian -Endeavor, lerf by Slater Nortnam.' PreiWblng at Subject: "A Mart." ..PENTECOSTAL. I J N.' Rev. C. M. Wve, P.ifer 1 557 16th St, N, t.34 p.m. Tuenday .and Thlirsaayi; i p.w. Scott Ing. I A Hearty Welcome to All, NORTH ILnin Clli Avn. N.-llnnlim'rhiircfili hpeaker: John (Wo, iStli Si N Sunday Schnol 8-1 TM: Evening 7.30. Kuliject: "The Everybodx ;