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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 17, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta LErfHBfllMR iDATLT ttbc Siberia ANB WBBKLV fMt IMt aWfe I VMI BsstsslBAaVlBSBBf fata Tvrraaice BMinati Miterta TILPPHONBB per per year par year ft par by ptr yew to of ftW Illy OB MMief pa ear aatao to ooBtuve tke ral THE PROGRESS OF THE It te now quite clear according to diepetches from the that the Intend to evacuate the Boye salient In this caee they wfll be compelled to retire to the lineheld by them previous to their great drive of this Both the French and British troops are con tinuing their pressure In this region and the Are finding their po THE POSITION OF THE Editor and PnblHter tnmkes the following statement of interest to the newspaper reading public One tact stands out in bold relief Newspaper nnder present must be not di There are but two sources of newspaper and It is the policy of most publishers to provide for the cost of white paperthrough circulation re Some of them fail to accom plish do a little The trend is higher prices for but this is always a slow de deflnlte that the war will have its flna Raving Admitted that he on the the enemy silently admits that he no further hope of His one hope now ij that b defensive fight he can make It so cs p I slve that the Allies will be willing call It a draw and make terms on tnat But ft Is evident that the Allies are not going to bo contented with a draw that nothing less than a definite vic tory will be And to this end the Allied countries are combing their manpower for more while tbe United States Is speeding up its program to put men tbe fleW by next with the object of putting men in thebattle zone as rapidly possltfle In order to force a quick With the German manpower on the the faster tbo Allies can put an overwhelming force on the west front the sooner a defln ite decision will be The past months events have paved the way for the end of the It may take a long time but there is no doubt now of the result even though the Ger mans may be determined to exact a fearful velopment It is inevitable that revenues meeting thfe ad vanclng costs of newspaper publish Kvan it the volume Of advertis ing increased the rate have If the volume should be arbitrarily re rates have t undergo drastic Most Usen of newspapers spac some reluctantly conced theaverage rates now prevail Ing are that publishers are selling chief commodity to It is fortunately true tha advertisers can make advertising pay and at a higher rate of cost to for This is the savins fact of the whole It is the fact which must determine the new policiesof the men who make our SHOULD DEAL FAMILY WITH THE8F 1C the TJnitel government oonaUers necessary that Sweet away up on the nortnarn boon dary o of the border atttea on the qsjfth fhjnld be served with dally mall and we believe that It rKht la requiring such vice especially In these times when the demands to tie kept in close touefa with the activities at the then W toeminently right that Can iftwM aee to it that the people of and Ooutts and other towtarejoaq thOM Unea should be aim mall service these It Is important that people in the evuliar and tbe farmers in tto ewroundlng districts to able to get their aei CANADA READY FOR LARGER No matter Whether we agreeor not with the reasons advanced by R vice president of the Tor onto board of for opposing re ciprocity in we will at least agree with his statement that because of her brilliant part Iff the la better able to enter Into com mercial treaties other large and than ever For though she is and always will be a part of the British is considered a nation in her She has earned the right to be so considered by other and no doubt that recognition will be ac corded to And Canada as Gourlay in enter into many important trade compacts after the war which will be for Canadas No other country in the world offers the re sources on which to build up a great worM trade that Canada can and the result will be that the world will come to Canada seeking trade in Canada has During the war known to the people of many countries prior the war as Our Lady of the Snows has come to be considered the shining star of the British colonial Her men and resourcesare She is well and that advertise ment will a great magnet after do While the present task of win ning the war is the most It is nevertheless the doty of Cana dians to recognize the position Con ada will occupy when peace is de and to prepare for the oppor tunities which will be Canadas of plac ing this country at the forefront ot the young countries in which great est expansion is to be As the great James Rill once The twentieth century is Canadas and the war Is doing much to make it It to naomarr tor the morale of at We cannot pect a eCtort tram tbe people llv ing rom the iarger cen ire treat them Wonilttto that they need now be only half the vice to which ttey bave been aeow tooad tor ten M there were a duplicate service by aaotber line Into Cardston and CoutU there wnsld aome accuse for a cut to be aervice But there is no 4upUcate Lat the there fore play Calr with the people on these Unas OEItMAN EFFORT ON THE Ordirs from Oerman cers eitow that the Qerman high corn round has found owing to the CUM GENERAL Albion is Some fields which are finish ed make a goodly An average of from fifteen to twenty bushels per acre for the district may be expected About ninety per cent of the acreage put in crop is being there being but three fields doomed to the plow the A rain on Sunday followed by one pn Monday will be helpful to pasture ind hot has bad the disappoint Ing affect of causing a hastening In Ute ripening of the wheat and is caus ng it to shell PASSING AUGUST The Hamilton policemen wilt form a Williams of Medicine has been Joly do Lotblnlero is gazetted chief engineer in the Im Oconge of the son of Sam of Ed la reported Vernon Castle and Miss Lillian Russell have left for France to help In entertainment son of the late and Suther land of been killed In The Bowness Golf Club at Calgary has been purchased by the Alberta Seventh Day Adventists and will be turned into a of Wind has been awarded the cross of the Legion of Honorxfor care of French He has been Several draft evaders attending the shrine at Anne Des Man itoba were arrested by the Dominion They were with a Joseph for Pan eras has been offered and has accepted the Labor nomination for South another London rid Walter Ings has sold his High River ranch to Leslie son of John Ir of is reported Quebec is gat otted replacing of McMaster uni Toronto died suddenly In Ot Erie The weekly wages of Lake fishermen are running Many arc becoming The First Church of Sci is to be erected on Georgia at a cost of It is estimated that tbe cost of re pairs to the Japanese steamer Canada recently will be be tween and President Irrigbyen of has asked congress to adopt a law ap propriating pesos to in crease the size of the Argentine Captain the cur ate at Georges Anglican has left to engage in chap lains work Annie of Is in the hospital at Moose Jaw suffering from a broken collar bone as a result of a collision between an automobile and a The Military Service Council has as yet few reports of any deserters under the Military Service Act reporting for service under the amnesty orderIn council of last Captain Ueorge who was manager of the branch of the Home Bank in at the the outbreak of the war August was wounded Horace of a 12yearold fell beneath the wheels of a freight train at Boniface rail way station and suffered the amputa tion of one of his Miss Sir Arthur Pearsons private is shortly to marry Ian a blind whom she taught to cycle while he was at After a brilliant record at the Elmer with who for some time practised as a bar rister In has been killed in The Toronto Bible College begins Its twentyfifth session this is filling a place of growing import which must have been stored away for ance in the religious Torces of To six a ronto and A milliondollar drydockfor San to aid In war shipbuilding has been commenced by Reset director of operations for ergency fleet Commissioner in auditing the affairs of South found worth of school board supplies MACLEOD MAN STRUCK BY BOLT Ell Driving hi WM Killed Imtantljr Oaring Bad Storing dpeclal to the HtrnNU even district fWflwd one of the lest Md UgBtnlng storms ot the WhHe lato tor the crops of ttls It will li the and light grains that have beeh sown to feed the coming the pastures are atao being and in most piaces better now than any time this During the storm of August Ell a farmer living a few miles west ot was out driving his cow and calf from the pas ture when he was struck by lightning and killed The holt struck him on the tearing his hat to passed down his and tore his shoes to passing Into the watch waa found a few feet The cow and calf were lying near the both but without a mark on either of Coroner Orady was and after viewing the body with a medical decided an inquest was not The funeral will be held from the Methodist church on August He leaves S wife CapL and Lee ot Who returned from the front last No vember are visiting after spending some weeks travelling through Harvest help Is very and wages are The season will not be but will be good while it living some 16 miles east of Has just started cutting his eight hundredacre which he ajrleld ot fifteen ibas been charged Cutllti is general thli tSBtllng in htt Math of cnt lili op 160 acres of spring wheat that will yield twenty bushels to This Is hli the Business Is better than was looked for on accmtnt of the poor crops that havebeen reported from all over the but which are now coming out very a with Germany1 Cody society some years this eald the ortanltatfon rose rat of a confer ence of missionaries in 1912 In Edin burgh and its aim WM to try to keep peaceful relations between Britain and Germany ttHuinRlng Influence on the German H WM called the Associated Council of the The responses from the German churches had been very Many prominent Canadians were of the it Forget That youcan get your worn suits alto clothes of every cleaned ed and made LOOK LIKE NEW at the Lethbridgc Laundry Dry Cleaning It is the only uptodate Dry Cleaning POWER PLANT in south of Phone 451 Mioagcr Thomas of president of Rutherford one of the oldest established lumber firms in the died suddenlyat his country residence at Trout near Wallace Arkansas member Of fte democratic national was placed in class 1 of the draft by a local board after orders fond been received from General Crowder to re open his The Maritime publishers Tiave re organized as the Maritimedivision of the Canadian Press The meeting was overwhelmingly in favor of continued affiliation with the David president of the 3reat War Veterans Association of British has been offered the editorship of The a returned publication ters at with heaciquar offl reckJaMness with which enemy wore thrown away during the spring In an atfon to force a quick decision on tbe western it is now necessary to be very oajvfu to conserve effect miMh The thaf there are to be no mure that ground is to be fivwn up rather than to apend great of man to hold it and that available material behind the lines and at faowa is to bo combed over for front line All at which goes to prove that the is once nora tm lin ilefan oa wbero a U A TORPEDO NET Gallagher f wto la employed on government road has completed for a torpedo proof net and will lay bis before the govern ment The invention can be operated from the and is adaptable to any sizo It can be operated while the ship IB in motion with littleor no retarding of the crafta AIRMEN of Los and Cadet of Tltusvllle Pa were killed today when their airplane fell to the ground In a hay field near Despite the fact that the gov has taken over the entire wool stocks of growers and dealers or war there remains in the hands of Jobbers and cuttersup enough material to supply civilian clothing needs for a stated In the im erial house of commons that all wo men who have served on any of th war either in hospital or an other have the right to wea lue in order that the publi may know they have served in over seas forces during this A deputation representing state employes has presented a de mand to the Austrian government fo a 50 per increase in the presen war This demand is based upon the claims that the cost of living in 1918 is 100 to 300 per cenl than In a switch tender of Nanai was when he was struck By a locomotive on a logging railway which jumped the track at headquarters near 7 iw Papers received at Amsterdam from of Germany say that both subs partlci BOARD minister of labor has established n board of con ciliitkm to deal with the be the It is probable that the labor leaden held responsible by the authorities fo calling the twentyfour hour stride a Vancouver on August 2 as a protes against the Bhooting of a draft evader a Dominion police constable in al leged defence of his life will be ar As a result of representations made by the Alberta Food Capt George the department o naval service has issued an order clos ing Lesser Slave Lake and Lac La Blche for all fishing for two weeks from August 16th to August in Owing to tbe sweeping reductions made by the court of appeal and the lossibllity of like reductions being nade in the case Hudsons Bay Company appeal which includes pro jerty valued at the city of dmonton is facing a serious if not immediately may result in the city being unable to col eel any of its land taxes Professor of the TJniver Hy of who hag been experimenting for time with the manufacture of gas from wheat was able by gasbag attachment of 300 cubic feet to run hia automobile several miles in the coun try with perfectly satisfactory il that a tou straw will to u tjulloa of pated in the sinking recently of the White Star line steamer Justicia off the north Irish have the Pres has received the call of the congregation at London Pres to Hevf James Knox Orders for 18 1500ton wooden ves sels for the French government have been obtained in New York by the Lyall ShipbuildingCompany of Owing to the Increasingly large number of being treated un der the invalid soldiers and the limited accommodation at present at its there is possibility that thejProvidence hospi tal at Daysland will taken over by the commission in the near An Italian In a book Just published on the subject of war and population says there will be In England 121 women between the ages of 20 and 44 to every 100 men between the same if the war enda next Marguerite moving picture actress was married to of New who is at tached to the Engineering Corps at Williams Is di vorced from his first He and his bride both gave their ages on the mar riage license as The Dominion Council of the Young Womens Chrlation Association is of fering a ten weeks training course In association work to qualify young wo men who wish themselves for EMPLOY OUR QUICK RELIABLE SERVICE OUR BIO FURNITURE VAN AND AUTO VAN INJURES CAREFUL HANDLING WITH NO JARRING OR SCRATCHING YOUR PIANO OR CHARGES 313 SIXTH STREET SOUTH PHONE 1097 THE McLEAN TRANSFER Becretarysliing in the work of the Womens Christian Sevenyearold Tommy Mount who hadbeen unconscious for six weeks following a fall from a telegraph isnow but cannot He apparently under stands what issaid judging by the expression of his eyes and McGregor has hopes that he will re formerly secretary of tbe New Westminster street has been suspended from membership in the local union for two months for his alleged activities in connection with the recent 24hour strike called at as a protest against the shooting of DraftEvader Good A suit for libel has been entered against tho London Advertiser by Gib Harper and represent ng the London Loan The news mper published u report datelined rom Toronto stating that a motion lad been mude to appoint a receiver or the loan As a result of he Incorrect report there has been a on the loan company and ap thejr la liicgoly invested it has foegn locesHury to at a high ute of Intorewi io oope with the Hit Tlio in d to bu PRESBYTERIAN Knoz Church Corner 4th and 8th Street Pastor Acting During July and August the evening service will be held at instead of 10 Boya Big Bisters Bible Big Brothers Bible Other Department of Sun day School 4 Chinese THE UNITED CHURCH OF NORTH LETHBRIDGE Pastor METHODIST Wesley Church Residence 320 llth Phones Parsonage Church Study 408 Claude Director At 11 and Public The services both morning and even Ing will be conducted by Oeorga 12 Sabbath school under the leadership of On Augusit Salem of Winnipeg wil 1271 Bth Phone 1859 10 Class meeting for boys and 10 Boys Department of the in the 11 Topic Did That Father Love His Son Parents are invited to encourage their children to attend the Junior congregation which is conducted in connection with the morning Beginners and Primary De partments of the in the Girls Department of the In the Adult Department of the in the Topic The RejeoUd SALVATION ARMY In and 11 3 and Supday 2 8 Corp 2 Home 8 Life Having Hcouta and Guards The Citadel Band in attendances i4n1 Thursday Everybody Welcornt ANGLICAN Cyprlani ChiTrch 11tn ftreet and lth Canon Hector Sunday cni Bible a BVENSONO Holy and 3rd Bun days at 2nd and 4th Sundays at 11 Sundays at 4 CHRISTIAN SCIENCE CHRISTIAN SCIENCE SOCIETY Hull 7th Strest Sunday at 11 Subject Tho Sunday la closed during July and Wednesday Testimony meet la at 8 rbe reading room is open daily ex sept Sundays and legal from 3 to 5 the HiDln ana author ized Christian Sclonco may be borrowed or Tho public IH cordially invited to at tend church to visit Ihu foadiutf BAPTIST Pint Church Srd AvV and tth St Patter be held morning and Services will Morning Evening Sunday School will meet after tin morning We give a Invitation to all to meet with us in these Chrirtan Church Srd and ith Oliver Pastpr 612 Saventh Street South Phons 502 Sunday School at Come and come Preaching at Qttting the Most Out of Everting at Christian led by Sister Preaching at Subject A PENTECOSTAL PENTECOSTAL ASSEMBLY 205 Thirteenth Pastor 357 16th Services and Tuesday and 8 Hvangelist Scott asaUt A Hearty Welcome to i I i 1 lift NORTH LETHBRIOGE GOSPEL HALL HniillHl Church Hpeakur Julia UHh m N Sunday Scliool 84 livening tiiilijoct The Salvation Everybqdy ;