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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 20, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOUR THK LETHBRtDGE DAILY HERALD AUGUST ietbbriboe "toecalb DAILY AND WEEKLY and fHl LETHBRIOG5 HERALD PRINT- INQ COMPANY, LIMITED Id Kh Strict South, W. A. and Manasmc Director Jcin Tonanco Busluui EnBtneai Office Sdltoril 1114 tulwcrlptlon r. per -V adhered, per .....M-J by rsr rear br mill, ,WMMr. by mail, 5sr jwr to DKw ot eiplry ol ci daily on addreii label of eiplratitc data Authority to continue the i ub gcrlptloa. THE PROGRESS OF TH5 WAR. The French have resumed the of- fensive again in the.region between SoisEOns aad N'oyon, and have recap- tured several important points. In the Royp region advances have been made by the British and French forces, and Roye is practically in the hands of the allies. Forecast is asde that the enemy will also evacuate Lasslg- ny in the near future-and that they will IB compelled to retreat Irom the entire line in this region. ol acquainted with the history auJ rtgins ot lie races ot.Ceniral Europe, "ho facts are. however, '.-onivra'.ively Implc. the Czechs, or Bohemians, en- oved anil governmental hide- ecJence previous to the lorriaiiop ot Austro-Hunsarian empire. They nhabit the Austrian province ol Bo- and have never evon under the partially representative system yre- allliiE in the Dual Monarchy, rotire- y abandoned thtir aspirattoas for ra- cial freedom. When the war broke cut large num- }trs of wcie railed to by the Avstrian gmernauini Jn the ordinary course cf mobilization. As the struggle ha of which of- fers the only hope of relief from the German Magyar domination whlt-h is tho central fad impressed upon them by Ihelr experiences as part of the Hapsburg empire. Thousands of tho Ciecho-Slovahs became prisoners of war to the successful invasions by Ruisle. ot the Austro-liimsarian cast- ers territories. Thovsands more Je- sened to the Russla'n slile. Before the revolutions came to break down antl destroy the Russian military organiza- tion the Ciecho-SIovak prisoners and deserters were being organized' into corps by the Russian military anthort- los and the Juslice of their claim to establish thefr national status by fishi- ng tho Central Empires as a national unil among Ihe Allied arailes had been recognised. More recently the political leaders ol the Czerho-Slovaks, tinder the leadership of Professor Thomas G. Masaryk, formed in New York a pro- visional government representative ot the westernmost Slav races In Aus- ria-HungaryJ Simultaneously their miiitsrv orgaotation in Russia de- clared its Intention of maintaining Its UP PASSING TUB, aojr UAH four thousand Catholic I'rlests have givsu their lives on the balilefleWs ol France. Dr. U. )lutt. a prominent uiurkel. Ont, dropped dead a I his home. A new grain elevator, combined .iih a hay and tscd mill is to bo erected In Vancouver tit a cost ot TAKE IH THE-TRIP TO-MORROW. Go to.Xobleford and Monarch with the Board ol Trade excursion lo-mor- row. You trill not see bumper crops oi 19io yartely, but we are sure Lethbrldge business men will get their eyes opened to the ftct that the crops so bad as it ivas ex expected a month ago they would be It is tbe truth tbat thera will be near 'Sj-'iSO per cent, more grain In the district than was looked for.on July 15, and our business men in Leth integrity and of marching across Sib- eria to Vladivostok, there to tnke ship and sail (or the Bshting front in west- era Europe. Thi3 determination the Czecho-SlovaS force of about men. only part of which is armed, pro- ceeded to carry into effect. Its pro-! ETESS was opposed by the1 Bolshevists of Siberia, assisted by considerable numbers ol German-Austrian prison- ers of war restored to liberty by the of centralized government in Russia. The latter have so far been unabiO'to defeat tho Czecho-Slovak army which has obtained possession over 1.000 miles of the Trans-Si- berian railway and, acting under or- ders from -Prof. Masaryi's organiza- tion in the United States, has deter- mined to abandon its original project and assist in.the reconstruction of an "eastern Iront." For the meu.t ot this, purpose It Is essential Dr. G- Almond, U.A.M.C., is tho third son to in the war of tbe late headmaster of (he fatuous Scottish school. Lorelto. Kathleen llannan, aged 22. and Cor Iniie Copland, aged 22, weia in the Kichellcu River at Belolt, Quo. while out boating. Albert T. J. Holmes, a returned sol dler of Vancouver, has been appoint ed a lay reader by tho bfcliop of Brit isb Columbia- Three Edmonton teachers. Burns, Miss Buck and Miss G. Ma guire, havo left Tor Yukon, where they will take charge of schools To the nest year. An English collier wlio was called in the draft produced several letter showiug (hat he had a fine tenor vole and tbat be sang at war charity con certs. Ho was esempted. In tbe test divorce case, Board vs Board final leave, to appeal to th privy council has been granted by tb suprcrro court oi Alberta lo ilar Board the respondent. Lieat. F. S. Long, listed as wounde in casualty report, was tcunnger ol ih Bank of British North America i Calgary prior to his enrolment fo service. After a series of applications e: tending foiir years, L. Ilowelt, an Edmonton barrister, was admitted in- to Canada's1 fighting forces as a pri- A slight detect of.an "eye had previously kept him out. bridge should grasp that fact U Communications should be heJp them in marking out their nets program for the coming' year-jbeeTelntojcgd 'and that a supply "Visit Nobleiord and Monarch and (arms and munitions may he conveyed cheer ua1 Ua them. e p tor the intervention ;ta The reason Several deaths- have occurred In ashtvtchewaa throucU thf use oi lem- u extracts fu large quantities. The Saskatchewan provincial lied ross collection have now reached ver J1.02S.OOO in cash during the seal year. Saskatoon hopes to have sel- lers quartered there during Negotiations are now n progress. Mr. Richard Hogg, father ol Mr. E. S. Hogs, deputy sheriff, of lied Deer. EeJ at his farm adjoining Uelburne t the ago ol 77 Thomas Bainhrldgc, nged about 19. .f llamiltoii, Out., was drovvned while K. J. Oo.utd Appointed Principal of Itig School At Taber (From Our Own Cotldate, Aug. These are busy days iti this district. The Eecond al- falfa crop is uow being cut and excel lent yv'heat croiia aro ready for the binder, has been a drought (his OFFENDERS SHOULD BE PROSECUTED. Many MmplainU are being nlade by the sportsmen, that'wlld dncks arn being ruthlessly slaughtered by those ignore the law and shoot these game birds oeforp the" open which- cotnmencea'On September. 2ad.j .The Herald has reason.to believe that! the are rounded on fpcta, An effort should inerefore by: the Provincial Police to catch some ot the culprits.and mate an .example "of nuke UTB to preserre our game birds and animals which not .only us Trith a considerable change of diet each fall, but also fur- nlfib. tine sport For years Canada, and the United States hare been trying to get together on a treaty that would migrating game birds In orfer to protect thwn. Surely hunters In this vicinity can aid In thla program ,-Rliicb Is eagaKtag the attention of tha 1 which th'e Allies are already under- i taking In Siberia is thns clear. Six cases of automobile accidents occurred in one day in iioritreai, with one fatality when Fire Chiet Hitey on his way 10 a fire, ran over Lucienne TetrauU, aged 12, who was crossing the road with her mother. Entry in Canada of a book entitled "Russia, Poland and Ukraine" by Gus- iaf F. Steffen. Ph.B., and published by the Ukrainian -National Council at Jersey City, has been forbidden .by tbe i of two.countries. It thoss hunters who observe the Js.w -would just report to the authori- ties all" case s of Infractions It won! be long: before ..the closed season .would be properly recognized. SOME EXPLAINING' MUST BE DONE. From advance information In potceaaioti of The Gerald It ap- peftr that Eome will have to be dose at the meeting of the dlr of the. fair board "which call for_ttjs week Reports Bhprtiy after the conclusion.of.the ladl eatcd that, in ot the bad Veathe the iinances would be almost an even break. Now, howfirer, there appear! to be a deficit of stveral tboquaiK dollars, due part it la to thi expenditure of nearly 01 grounfl3 and bnlldingE, but.the state- ment shoTT5 tbat there wae m03t Uv ML the etcsedlng the estimates for that pa: of "the program. the plan of raafeln the stampede the principal fair a traction because we knew that In 191 a profit of some was made on gate receipts. This year the receipts were practically the tame, but the stampede expenses-were very macb greater than if the fair this will have to be tx- pUtlned.to (he public in a pretty clear manner. f __________________ bathing In. Lako KtUepwa near Be- ;tna. Capt. Walter JauHt. M.C., eldest FOB of A. T. Jciwittj former Becretary- :reasurer of the Calgary School Board, nas been wounded for the second time. A time clock is to Installed In tho city hall si-Edmonton for the use >f employees, who have hitherto .not been .over punctual'In beginning and quitting work. The shortage of soap and of suffi- cient change In clothing has caused mange, a skin disease, to develop in occupied Belgium to an alarming der gree to lack of antiseptic--. Mr. J. Elrick Fraser, assistant, city assessor for Edmonton South, has been appointed to the position of sec- retary-treasurer and assessor for the city of To help-ki-up'down school expense two less teachers' will be on tho staff of Revelstoko nest term. teach' era will'have to take on more scholars for the Capt. J. C. Hunter. 7S years old'and commander of'one of the steamers op- erating between Seattle and Alaskan ports knits sweaters for Uncle Sara's soldiers while on the bridge of his ship. Many Londoners are now going to bed by candle'lfght to save eas. The new fuel-saving regulations permit use f only fiTc-slsths of the- amount of as consumed in the corresponding aeriod of 191G-17.. Several hundred cords of wood have been purchased .by.the city of Sarnia and this will as a reserve sup- ply for the cold weather. The fuel was year Coaldale knows little about It People from dry areas are Invited to look over our community. Don't ex ped us to spend much time showing you. around, wo aro too busj harvesting bumper crops ot hay and era to; Most ot tbe local people took In tho Chautauqua. Kd. Davidson was among tbo visitors. l v Roy crfipman has finished his new noise and dr-clares that Is now ready to be married any'tlrae. Goet to Taber. Mr. U. J. Oould. who has been prin- cipal of Coaldale Consolidated School, leaves shortly to the principal- ship at Taber. He will Le inlssed In Coaldalo. He has been more than n school principal, he lias been a great conimunily asset. His many friends at Coaldalo will all Join in wishiug biro success at Taber. Taber's gain la bur loss. v Chief Hardy of Lethhridge, ir, to give a course of instruction in first aid work .in Coaldale uiuring September, Hunt, the secretary of the movement, rcporis that most people so 'far, have neglected to give in their and -their dollar. Wake up serled by. people from this .district. A A. Ff Porter the country far and nenr f or V horse which tia U'8tvin I Ju'ie, but rWlthoul avail Finally he v placed a Email ad. Hi Tho Ilcraid ainl two days later received a phono mes- sage from XoMetord statlus-that the horsa there. Charlie Welch, one of whose horns has Icon missing for about two months, has iust bad a sim- ilar experience. His a4. appeartd In Tho He raid on MqaHay and on Dosday a leJler, copy of the ad. attached, was received from HaymonU stating that (ho horse had been there for sonift time, 'A Wedding. Two very popular young Uaronites, in the persons of Mr. John K. auJ Miss 1178ndon (formerly of the teaching start bete) nut one over on tho ponulacd by getting ver> tiutetly in Calgary on Ttiursilty. Tho first tiitlniilJpa of tbe happy event was the introduction 0[ the young lady n? Mrs. Hanson oil.their return to The YOUDS couple havo tho very bos wishes whole' community, boll being extreuiiily popular. Mr. Hanson leaves imryedialely lo" report tit the Hoyal Air Forcei at Winnipeg on chi' 22nd. Miss Gertrtiilo Uodkin returned to lie home at Xaplufca, Man., on Saturdaj Tho Board'of Trustees of the Har Oils ConsolidalcU School district hav appointed Utsa. Snelgrove, ouo of las year's as principal of the school for the ensuing year. Miss Swansou. ntioihcr pf lasl year's staff, has nlso been re-appointed. There are two vacancies 'oh- Itio' staff still to be filled.- piiGrate a large farm half n of town, had a horse by-MgHtnlng last week. Carmnngay ball team visited Uarons IHE SHE SHIFT (5ciecl.il lo Ihe lleraM) Keruie, Aug. U. Wilson, man- agcr'of the Crows Nest Pass Coal Co., and Blees. president of District Nu. IS. auconipaiileM Wmi Hunter, f Itrcaldenl o[ l.ladslono left lie re this mornlug for Calgary lo attcud n conference to bo held there tomorrow Ibe establishing of a -slnglo Miill sysR-ui at the Coal Creek mines. J. 0. Walters, president of the Trades and Labor Council of Canada, spoke to a goad Bleed audience, in tho Grand Tlioatre Saturday night In the [merest of Ills oreanlzatloti. Each succeeding Iccliirer on. the Chiutauqua programme captivates hl3 largo audicuco and Uio attendance la on tho Increase every day. In addition to Ills invsl Illustrative costume lecture "on Oriental customs, Julius Caesar Naypho preached In the United church at tho morning services and, masterful sermon inio'n the -3rd lo..a large andl- cncv'ln the CJiautauiiua. tent last' night. The 'ottering evening Bvrvlco was given to Uio'ladics'of the l.O.D.E. to be used in lied Cross work. Grassy Late, August fol- wmg Is'the-statement of work done connection with tKe local Red Cross Ociety, during July; Mrs. 6 pairs Xntt socks, day shirts, 10 binders; Mrs. McKay, nirrssi ftproiia; Mrs. McNatib, G pairs jmlt socks, -i.naraes' aprons, 2 operat- on !-Mra. Robb, 10 binders; frs. G. Flew, 10 binders, 2 pairs op- ration socka, dressing coYers; Mrs. ogari, 10 btnders; 10 illow 2 suits py- amas, 1 apron, 1 aurglcan 10 binders, 20 T andages, 'S'.'palra operation aocks; Irs] W. Llewelyn, 5 pairs operation ocka, 10 binders; Mrs. F. -Johnson, 3 ay 20 pillow cases; Mrs. Mil- 30 binders, 10 pillow cases, 12 p. af3; MFF.. pair knit ocks, ;ten-blndera; Mrs. J. Llew- lyn, ten binders, 4 T bandages; Mrs B.TFIewr aprons, 1 opera- Ion gown; Mrs. Snowdon, 1 suit pr- ama-8, 11 pinpw.casea; Mrs. OwiUIatn, nursei T bandages; Mra. tuns.. 1 2 kiiUs pyjamas; Mrs. Larsen, 20 bin- ders; 10 pillow cases; Mrs. Oddle, 12 ;P. bags; ;Mrs. Watson, 10 T band- geB, 14 Mra. Atvrood, 12 P. bags, 2 euits pyjamas; Mrs. Pal- efapn, 1 pair knit socks; Mrs, Lange, lU pyjamas; Mrs. 24-bin- ders., Total nuinber-of articles sent to Calgary, Including work done at the Bed Crosa'EBwrnf 427. 6n July ilance was held and netted M 1.76, which was a good re- lurn >'i It was a elormy-night and pouring with rain. James an employee of tbe Canadian Northern, is su- ing the company for damages for injuries sustained while he was engaged as a helper In the shops. He claims negligence and carelessness on the part of the company. F. P. Gallagher, ot Kapusfcasing. Ont.r who is employed on government road work, has completed'plans for a torpedo-proof net and will lay vention before the government. -The invention, can be operated from the bridge, and is adaptable to any sized boat. It can be operated while.' the ship is in motion with little .or no re tartiing of the craft's speed. Harly Hughes, building contractor of Saskatoon, Sask., reported to the police at Minneapolis that he bad miss ed following the disappearance of a young widow who he- said ho brought to that city from Saskatoon, where .she played with the carnival. After arrifing there with Hughea, the widow, "whose name was not learned, told him she had to call on relatives. Shortly after she left Hughea missed his money. The police have no clues. iurchasedvin the southern part o[ the county. -uj, Coaldale now boasts an Ice cream parlor. The. little waitress is very popular. The Twelve Mile School Ms in pro- cess being moved. A consolidated district is being formed. Mr. XV. Lee. of Twin Falls. Idaho, Is visiting his brother in the C.P.U. Colony. Mrs. Kyerson gave a dance in tbe Twelve Mile School last Friday night, It.you waul to see a real good crop of wheat go to Ben Pawson's. Bert Helghes has returned to Cal- gary after a short furlough. We are sorry to seo him go, but proud to have Coaldale so well represented In our fighting forces. Next Sunday at the thft pastor will give, "A third Sermon on the Habakuk 3 17-1S. .Get tha Coaldale Harmony and progress. on Thursday evening. Tho was called at the end of the fifth innings on account of darkness, cacii teani j'uaviai; Jlr. ajid Mrs. McNattghton. paid a flying visit lo Barons onfFrlclay to renew lance with Mr.'A: Cl Freeman of tbe Ihejvhad not seen for ten years. Mr. Youne, C.P.R agent, anl family have returned from Banff. A fnrow'eU. picnic to Mr. J. B. I! sen. prior to Ms leaving to join the army, was hold oa Sunday, quite a largo party Jn autos journeying to the river near Monarch where a quiet time was enjoyed; The family'are moving to the States. Ed. Portiam disposed of their farniture -by auction on Satur- day. j Mr, .O'Neill of Spokane. Is hero to look after the his crop. He farms a number of sections In thla district. Mr. A. P. Hughes, one of those who made fortunes by farming ,m his vicinity, has purchased a IIOUEB at Long Deach California and intends to make his home there Advices at OUawa slate that Private a former of, the Ottawa Press tias been wounded In aclioo In France. Private Guest sustained a gunshot wound in tbe elbow. An English society woman suffering from neurasthenia, 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 liad discharged for.'carelessness. Not a word was said of their former rela- tions and the woman still works un- der her former matd. "The house of J: Butter ill, section foreman at Rivera, Man., has received special' treatment first of its kind Lo ho so treated In Canada ac- cording to the Rivers Gazelle. U Is the application of 'cement lo the ex< terlor by means of a hose, with high pressure. The coating1 Is a boat an Inch thick and is very evenly done. Every crack has been Tilled and any house thus troatcrl should certainly bo warm. (From Our Own Correspondent] Barons, Aug. value of The Herald's classified -advertising col- umns has been amply by two ails, for stray horses recently in- Change in Train Service EFFECTIVE SUNDAY, AUGUST 18tL, 1918 Lv. Lethbridsc Ar. Calgary Lv. Ar. Lcthbrldse GOING NORTH, VIA ALDERSYDE 2.60 a.m. Lv.. a.m....... Ar. 5.20; Lv. x7.10 a.ni. Ar. xll.30 a.rri. Ar. Medicine Hat Hat Ar. Lethbrldge jiTuei. i Mon Thurs., SaL B.40 a.m. 11.50 a.m. Ar. Lv. x8.50 a.m. x2.15 p.m. NORTH VIA MACLEOD LethhrMge ......Macteod Mackod Calgary 2.20 am 6.25 a.m, x 12.00 noon x4.15 p.m Mon Wed., Frl. 7.50 a.m. Lv. Maclcod Ar a.m. Ar. Lelhbildge Lv. 9.30 a.m. Lv. Lethbridge Ar. 12.33 p.m. Ar. Coutts Lv. Cardston Lv. Tuesday 7.15 p.fn............ eiCcpt Sunday, For further particulars apply to any Agent or write to 1 J. E; PROCTOR, District Passenger Agent, Calgary.. X4.35 p.m. p.m. p.m. 3.25 a.m. Wed., Frl. 4.30 p.m 1.30 Ar, Ar. Manybcrrles Lv. .2.00 a.m. 12.45 a.m. Ar, X11.30 p.m. Lv. p.m. X2.35 p.m. xt.10 11.30. p.m. 3.55 a'.m Tuet. Sal. 6.15'p.m. 4.55 p.m. 4.30 p.m. 1.30 p.m. Wednesday 6.20 p.m. a.m. I WHYJNTERVtNE )tf RUSSIA 7 The Press herein rwen a question on every HP tbeae days: .Wh6 Czecho-SIovaltg? The existence and r-cllvlty In.Riis slA and Slbtrla ot army and ol bands ot Oidcho-RloTaki anilotia to aid Ihe of JKnaifjie hy Wegtern ffilllUry Toronto, Aug. the N'orth- Kast Toronto bye-election today, Hon. C. J. Cody, minister of education, de- feated Wm. Varley, can- didate by a ir.ajority of out of a total poll of volei, In1 the East Yort bye-election, with a few remaining polls, still lo hear Irom, the Beat la conceded to lion. ti. 3. mihfeler of agriculture. Ills majority Oalbrallh IE 2500 put of a total ot 3800. 6UB SUNK 6V TANKER Aug. Oir- mariiubrriaYlrle' Was sunk In a run-. nlng with a British tank steamer.' Friday, about 300 of Nantucktf, ac- cording to of the tankers i. arrived here Raise M ore Ho g s v Every Fanner realises in Bacon Hogs at present prices., The only question in his mind is, "Where can I get the money to buy brood sows and pigs to fatten Merchants Bank gladly makes loans to assistcapable farmers in holdings of live stock. Talk it over with the Manager. MERCHANTS BANK Head Office: Montreal. OF CANADA Eslablistied 1004. LE1HBRIDOE BRANCH, R. J. DINNING, MONARCH BRANCH, V. A. nBEIlLY, Aciin< ;NOBLBFORD BRANCH. M. A. KILPATRICK, M.n.jer. THE CANADIAN BANK, OF COMMERCE SR EDMUND WALKCT, G.V.O., H V. F. JONEi Aa'iOtnl JOHN AIRD. CtmnlMuitiW J V. C. KROWN, Sup'l of Onnl WeMm Blncha PUND, PAYMENTS ABROAD If you wish to send money to, anyone abroad and it that it should be received at once we sHall be pleased to arrange the matter by, cable. Lelhbridgc Branch BRYMNER, Manager jMjIk River J. V. STEEL, Manager; The Knock How many-rounds before the knoik.oul blow, when "Mr. Out-of-Town Trade" getsihis final "wallop" from Are we in training for it? Here is a fight in which the interests of the Entire country are one. It is all of and me and our children and our' neighbors. Our town and our neighboring this one evil. Out champion is our-, of us, welded together info orie; cooperative Will our man And when? It all depends on us. If we think as one man, act as one man, trade at home as one good training for that final out; Ih reality we at therihg'sidevWeare-m'thte fight..In this picture we see ourselves, home interests, triumpiiantj _... ;