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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 20, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta ibfc FOUR THE LETHBftmOE DAILY HERALft AUGUST toccata alberta ANU WttKLY i and tH fMI LitHiniDOt HKRALD PAINT I NO LIMITtfc Street LethbrldM President find Managing Director Tortsnce Business OKIca Mltortol per week per year by par yw by mall per by par year to ot uplry of subscriptions PMT dally OB address Accept of papers exyirattca dato is authority to continue the tub THE PROGRESS OF THB The French hare resumed the of fensive agnln in the region between Soissons and and have recap tured several important In the Roye region advances have been made by the British and French and Roye is practically In the hands of the Forecast is made that the enemy will also evacuate Lasstg ny in the near future and that they will be compelled to retreat from the entire line in this TAKE IN THE TRIP Go to Nobleford and Monarch with the Board of Trade excursion tomor You will not see bumper crops of 1915 but we are sure Lethbrldge business men will get their eyes opened to the fact that the crops are not so bad as it was ex expected a month ago they would It is the truth that there will be near ly 100 per more grain in the district than was looked for on July and our business men in Leth not acquainted with the history nml origins ot the races of The facts The or on Joyed national and governmental inde pendence previous lit the formation of tha AuitroHwngarian They Inhabit the Austrian province of lo hemla and have never oven under lie1 partially representative system pre vailing In the Dual entire ly abandoned thulr aspirations for ra cial When the war broke out Inrpo num bers of CzechoSUivnks wore culled to thn colors by Arstrian eminent In ho ordinary course of As the struggle ripvooped the Issues of the war linvo become more clonrly Czechoslovak sympa thies have swung around to the cause of the sces nf which of fers the only hopn of relief from the German Magyar domination which Is the central fad impressed upon thorn by their experiences us part of the Hnpsburp Thousands ot the Czechoslovaks became prisoners of war in the successful invasions by Russia of the AustroHnncarinn east ern Thousands more de serted to the Russian Before the revolution came to break down and destroy the Russian military organiza tion the CzechoSlovak prisoners and deserters were being organized into corps by the Russian military authori ties and the Justice of their claim to establish thefr national status by fight ing the Central Empires as a national unit among the Allied armies had been More recently the political leaders ot the under the leadership of Professor Thomas formed in New York a pro visional government representative of the westernmost Slav races in Aus Simultaneously their military organization in Russia de clared its Intention of maintaining its Integrity and of marching across Sib eria to there to tnke ship and sail for the fighting front in west era This determination the CzechoSlovak force of about only part of which Is pro ceeded to carry into Its pro gress was opposed by the Bolshevists of assisted by considerable numbers of GermanAustrian prison ers of war restored to liberty by the breakdown of centralized government in The latter have so far been unable to defeat the CzechoSlovak army which has obtained possession ol over miles of the TransSi berian railway acting under or ders from Masaryks organiza tion in the United has deter mined to abandon its original project and assist in the reconstruction of an eastern For the accompliph m6nt of this purpose it is essential bridge should grasp that It will i that communications should be open help them in marking out their busl b may ness program for the coming be relnforceci and that a supply of Visit Nobleford and Monarch and j arms and munitions may be conveyed cheer up The reason for the intervention which the Allies are already under taking in Siberia is thus x PICKED UP IN 4 PASSING Four thousand Catholic prlosta havo given their lives on the battlefields of a prominent New dropped dead at his A new grain combined with H liny and feed mill plant Is to ho erected in Vancouver tit a cost of is the third son to fall In the war ot late headmaster of the famous Scottish Kathleen aged and Cor inne aged wore drowned in the Richelieu River at while out Albert a returned sol dier of has boon appoint ed a lay reader by the bishop of Brit ish Three Edmonton Miss Miss Buck and Miss Ma havo left for where they will take charge of schools for the next An English collier who was called in the draft produced several letters showing that he had a fine tenor voice and that he sang nt war charity con He was In the test divorce Board Board final leave to appeal to the privy council has been granted by the court of Alberta to Alary Board the Sovoral deaths havo occurred In Saskatchewan through the use of lem on extracts In large Tho Saskatchewan provincial Rod Cross collection have now reached over In cash during the tlscal Saskatoon hopes to have sol diers quartered there during the coming Negotiations are now in Richard father of deputy of Red dieil at his farm adjoining Dolburne at the age of 77 Thomas riRed about of was drowned while listed as wounded Gould Appointed Principal of Big School At Taber in Lake Katepwa near Re in casualty was manager of the Bank of British North America Calgary prior to his enrolment bathing Walter eldest son of Jewltt former secretary treasurer of the Calgary School lias been wounded for the second A time clock is to be Installed in the city hall at Edmonton for the use of who have hitherto not been over punctual in beginning and quitting The shortage of soap and of suffi cient in clothing has caused a skin to develop in occupied Belgium to an alarming de gree to lack of Elrick assistant city assessor for Edmonton has been appointed to the position of sec retarytreasurer and assessor for the city of To help keep down school expense in two less teachers will be on tho staff for of Revelstoke next The teach ers will have to take on more scholars for the 78 years old and commander of one of the steamers op erating between Seattle and Alaskan ports knits sweaters for Uncle Sams After a series of applications ex tending four an Edmonton was admitted in to Canadas fighting forces as a pri A slight defect of an eye had previously kept him Six cases of automobile accidents occurred in one day in with one fatality when Fire Chief Riley on his way to a ran over Lucienne new fuelsaving regulations permit use soldiers while on the bridge of his Many Londoners are now going to bed by candle light to save The OFFENDERS SHOULD BE Many complaints are being made by the sportsmen that wild ducks are being ruthlessly slaughtered by those ignore the law and shoot these game birds before the open which commences on September The Herald has reason to believe that the complaints are founded on An effort should therefore bejnade by the Provincial Police to oaten some of the make an example of We make laws to preserve our game birds and animals which not only furnish us with a considerable change ot diet each but also fur nigh Cine For years Canada and the United States have been trying to get together on a treaty that would protect the migrating game birds in order to protect Surely hunters In this vicinity can aid in this program which is engaging the attention of the governments of two If those hunters who observe the law would just report to the authori all cases of infractions it woukl not be long closed season would be properly SOME EXPLAINING MUST BE From advance information in the possession of The Herald it would ap pear that some explaining will have to be done at the meeting of the dir ectors of the fair board which is call ed for tills Reports shortly after the conclusion of the fair indi cated In spite ot the bad weather the finances would be almost an even there appears to be a deficit of several thousand due in part it is to the expenditure ot nearly on grounds and but the state ment shows that there was most lav ilh expenditure on the stampede far Mtceeding the estimates for that part of the We supported the plan of making the stampede the principal fair at traction because we knew that in 1917 a profit of some was made on gate This year the receipts were practically the but the stampede expenses were very much greater than If the fair Is to continue this will have to be ex plained to the public in a pretty clear I AltT LAKt Grassy August fol lowing is the statement of work done in connection with the local Red Cross Society during July 6 pairs knit 3 day 10 binders 5 nurses aprons 6 pairs knit 4 nurses 2 operat ion gowns 10 binders 10 2 pairs op eration 6 dressing covers 10 binders 10 pillow cases 2 suits py 1 nurses 1 surgican gown Miss 10 20 T operation socks 6 pairs operation 3 pairs 10 binders 3 day 20 piHow cases Mil 30 10 pillow 12 bags 1 pair knit ten binders Llew 4 T bandages 6 nurses 1 opera tion gown 1 suit py 11 pillow cases 7 nurses 3 T bandages 1 suit pyjamas 2 suits pyjamas 20 bin 10 pillow cases 12 bags 10 T band 14 bags 12 2 suits pyjamas Pat 1 pair knit socks 2 suits pyjamas 24 bin Total number of articles sent to including work done at the Red Cross sewing On July 26th a dance was held and netted which was a good re turn as It was a stormynight and pouring with aged who was crossing the road with her Entry in Canada of a book entitled Poland and Ukraine by Gus taf and published by the Ukrainian National Council at Jersey has been forbidden by the James an employee ot the Canadian is su ing the company for damages for injuries sustained while he was engaged as a helper in the He claims negligence and carelessness on the part of the of who is employed on government road has completed plans for a torpedoproof net and will lay his in vention before the The invention can be operated from the and is adaptable to any sized It can be operated while the ship is in motion with little or no re tarding of the crafts Harty building of reported to the police at Minneapolis that he had miss ed following the disappearance of a young widow who he said he brought to that city from where she played with the After arriving there with the whose name was not told him she had to call on Shortly after she left Hughes missed WHY INTERVENE IN RUSSIA The Manitoba Free Press here an swerg a question on every lip these days Who are the CzechoSlovaks The existence and activity in Rus sia and Siberia ot a CzechoSlovak army and of scattered bands of CtecboSlovake anxious to aid the cause at jf possible by join ing their western military has been somewhat ot an the North East Toronto byeelection Hon minister of de feated SoldierLabor can didate by a majority of out of a total poll of In the Eaat York with a tew remaining polls still to hear the seat is conceded to G minister of His majority over John Galbralth is 2500 out of a total of SUS SUNK BY TANKER of only fivesixths of the amount of gas consumed in the period of corresponding Several hundred cords of wood have been purchased by the city of Sarnia and this will be held as a reserve sup ply for the cold The fuel was purchased in the southern part of the Advices at Ottawa state that Private a former member of the Ottawa Press has been wounded In action in Private Guest sustained a gunshot wound in the An English society woman suffering from obtained a govern ment post on the advice of her phy sician to go to work and found that the woman in charge of her depart ment was a former servant whom she had discharged for Not a word was said of their former rela tions and the woman still works un der her former The house of section foreman at has received special treatment first of its kind to be so treated in Canada ac cording to the Rivers It is the application of cement to the ex terior by means of a with high The coating is about an inch thick and is very evenly Every crack has been filled and any house thus treated should certainly bo From Our Own are busy days In this The second al falfa crop Is now being cut and excel lent wheat crops aro ready for the If there has been a drought this year Coaldale knows little about People from dry areas are invited to look over our Dont ex pect us to spend much time showing you aro too busy harvesting bumper crops ot hay and Moat of the local people took in tho Davidson was among tho Roy Crfipman has finished his new house and declares that he Is now ready to be married Goet to who has been prin cipal of Coaldale Consolidated leaves shortly to the principal ship at He will be missed in He has been more than a school he has been a great community His many at Coaldale will all join in wishing him the highest success at Tabers gain is our Chief Hardy of to give a course of Instruction in first aid work in Coaldale during Miss the secretary of the reports that most people so far have neglected to give in their names and their Wake up people Coaldale now boasts an ice cream The little waitress is very The Twelve Mile School is in pro cess of being A consolidated district is being of Twin is visiting his brother in the Ryerson gave a dance in the Twelve School last Friday want to see a real good crop of wheat go to Ben Bort Helghes has returned to Cal gary after a short We are sorry to see him but proud to have Coaldale so well represented in our fighting Next Sunday at the church service the pastor will give A third Sermon on the Habakuk 3 Get the Coaldale Harmony and sorted by people from this Porter scarchtid country far and near tof a harm which ho tafttMfl Finally he placed a small in The Herald ami two days later received a phono men sago Nolilefofd that the horse was Charlie one of whose hortfea has boon missing for about two had a sim ilar Mis appeared in The Herald on MftKflfty and on Wed nesday a with copy of the was received from Raymond stating that the horse had been them for some A Two VerY popular young in the persona of John Hanson and Miss HramtoH formerly of the teaching staff here put one over on the populace by getting very flutetly in Calgary on The first Intimation of thd happy event was the introduction ot the young lady ns Hnnstm on their return to The young couple have the very host wishes the whole both being extremely Hanson leaves immediately to roport to the Hoyal Air Forcea at Winnipeg on the Miss Qeftrudo Bodkin returned to her home al on The Bonrd of Trustees of thi Har ons Consolidated School district have appointed Miss ono of last years principal of the school for the ensuing Miss another of last years has also been There are two vacancies on the staff still to be Peacock who operate i large farm half a mile west of had a horse killed by lightning last Carmangay ball team visited Barons on Thursday The game was called at the end of the fifth innings on account of each team having scored five and of paid a flying visit to Barons onfrlday to renow acqiiain tance with Freeman of the big whom they had seen for ten and family have returned from A farewell picnic to Han THE SINGLE SHIFT l to Hie rnnn of the Crows Nest Pass Coal and president ftf District nucompanleJ by prenidenl ot loft hero this morning for Calgary to attend a conference to he held there tomorrow fogurdlng the establishing of a single shift system nt the Con Creek president of the Trades and Council of spoke tn good sized audience in tho Ornnd TliontrR Saturday night in the of his Each succeeding lecturer the Chautauqua programme captivates his largo audience and the attendance Is on the increase every In addition to his most Illustrative costume lecture on Oriental Julius Caesar Nayphn preached In the United church at tho morning services andi delivered his masterful sermon upon tho 28rd Psalm large audi ence in the Chautauqtia tent The offering at the evening service WHS given to the ladies of the to be used In Red CrosB prior to his leaving to join the was hold on quite a largo party autos journeying to the river near Monarch where a quiet time was The Moatz family are moving to the Ponhaai disposed of their furniture auction on Satur ONeill of is here to look after the harvesting4of his He farms a number of sections in this one of those who havo made fortunes by farming in his has purchased a house at Long Beach California to make his home there and intends his The police have no Raise More Hogs 1 Every Farmer realizes the profits in Bacon Hogs at present The only question in his mind Where can I get the money to buy brood sows and pigs to fatten The Merchants Bank gladly makes loana to assist capable farmers in increasing their holdings of live Talk it over with the From Our Own Correspondent value of The Heralds classified advertising col umns has been amply demonstrated by two for stray horses recently in Change in Train Service EFFECTIVE AUGUST 1918 GOING VIA ALDERSYDE Calgary Lethbrldge NORTH VIA MACLEOD Lethbridoe Macleod Calgary Medicine Hat Medicine Hat noon Lethbridge Mon Maeleod Lethbi Idge Lethbrldge Coutts Cardston Lethbrldge Cardston Tuesday Wednesday Lethbridge Manyberries except For further particulars apply to any Agent or write to District Passenger MERCHANTS BANK Head Office OF LE1HBRIDGE MONARCH NOBLEFORD CANADA Established Acting Acting THE CANADIAN BANK OFCOMMERCE SIR EDMUND Prendem H Aui Gent Minajer SIR JOHN General Mantier Supt of Central Weitem T RESERVE PAYMENTS ABROAD If you wish to send money to anyone abroad and it is necessary that it should be received at once we shall be pleased to arrange the matter by Ger man submarine was sunk in a run ning with a British tank last about 300 miles northeast of to of Lethbridge manager Milk River Branch v r Manager crew The oil ship arrived here mu 10 maiy tonight from The KnockQut How many rounds before the knockout That knock out when OutofTown Trade gets his final wallop from Home Are we in training for it Here is a fight in which the interests of the entire country are It is all of and me and our children and our Our town and our neighboring this one Our cnampion is our of welded together into one cooperative Will our man win And when It all depends on If we think as one act as one trade at home as one then we are in good training lor that final knock In reality we are not at the ring We are in the In this picture home ;