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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 21, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta t A J ffwi BlKtta AMD PIR9Vfi9tofll tttflfl PtHUMB fMI LttHtHIDOl HINAkD MS tth fttreet and fata Tonaace BaalnoM TlLtPMONM OtBoo OfflM iffi par far year ky tar yoar ky per year by mall par yoar to M ot otftrr flt dally Ukot nMIMi to olMpon authority to oontbno tto rafr JNC PROQRESt OF THE The British and French are both bowengaged in offensives of consid erable magnitude on the western The British this morning open a drive along a front ot eight miles tooth of Arras in which they took the enemy by and captured Coureelles and other important towns The French are continuing their for ward movement In toe Roye The French rapidly men edng the German grip on and the British offensive it confidently ex pected to enlarge toan attack along the entire front to the an opera tlon which will be kept up with a series of attacks until the tell rains block movements MERRYGOROUND THAT DOESNT Premier Borden and President he fthflbfitom JouWM it might mentioned that thepresident of the United States debarred by the constitution frdm leaving that country during his tertn ol there A a still more Important difference between the cases of these two gentle men which critics like the Leader overlook t The United States and Britain two separate world If President Wilson should visit his visit would be analogous to those paid frequently to the British capital by theheads of thb Frencti Hnd But is a British and so long as It is Its for eign policy must be controlled from If we are to have anything like an adequate in that it is necessary for our representatives to cross the seas and consult with the statesmen of Groat It would be quite as reasonable for the Leader to carry on a campaign against the representative of chewan in the federal government for spending the bulk of his time in Ot as it isfor it to object to Sir Robert Bordens presence In As ROwell pointed out in an ad dress which he gave in Ontario on the prejnier is staying In Britain because it is the unanimous opinion of his colleagues that his pres ence there is necessary for the proper protection of the most vital interests ot th4 It he had consulted merely his own he would have returned to Canada accord Ing to The representative of all the other parts of the empire are still In London consulting with the British Cabinet One ot General has never gone back to South Africa ih the year that has elapsed since the last imperial Doubtless there are some In South Africa who are saying that Ihe generals place is then and not In Certainly tha Fire Chief Watson ot New West was killed in Thirtythree members of the Win ilpeg police who were the ast to be taken on the force will be et out within the next three Arthur formerly manager ofthe Merchants at Vest has been killed In ac One day some ago the street dominions domestic problems require car system advertised that the merrygoround would ran that aftor It did run large number ot i children visited tionWeoa Lako tto ride ont that tiere o harent noticed any Commbelouer Freeman quite as close attention as our own His are convinc ed that fae to rendering the best ser not only to South but tc the Allied cause as a whole by stay ing on in How is it possible to argue that Si Robert Borden would be helping Can by breaking away from this repre sentatlve Imperial council and leaving PASSING Estimating the crop one farmer in doeant agree with jtito com1 Us without a voice there Those who on a 27acre South Oxford tatefl that it would roach 80 bushels o the while last it only GO Walter premier if stated At Montreal in to questions that he in entlons of pqllttcs for the that he would not return o Regina before the spring of Scraps from copper1 bandV around shells amounting to tons have been and worth Scrap steel recover ed is worth another f a John a farmer in prosperous circumstances residing1 at wentyfive miles southwest of Youngs was found dead in his ed in his the of August by a Conrad Warren wife of the manager of the Eastern Hat and Cap Company of andher sis wife Ot Bonnell of were killed in Din automo bile accident between ChanceHarbor and Pictou miles from New Ely Kyler was found dead in the pen of the abattoir of the East End stock yards ot Montreal The body when found had been badly tramplec and it is surmised that the bull which loose in the pen had attacked the Detectives found traces of blood on the head of the James since 1917 editor of the Regina Dally has resigned his position dating Augus Before coming to Regina he wa news editor of the Saskatoon Daily Star and prior to that for fou years with the S katoori Phoenix the last years as managing editor All aliens in Canada of enemy na ionality over the age of 16 years ar now required to register tinder th alien Previously the r trott otter parts of the Lesllt toraMflft ountant of the frusta and Guarantee of has died of Oscar of Wind has the prottd distinction of hav ng flve members of his family serr ng in Local food administrators are be ng named for the mining camps and ettlements on the creeks in the parsely settled sections of A Calgary patty made a record motor trip to covering the distance in 43 They went by way of Macleod Damage estimated at about vas caused by Hire when part of tho varehouse and boiler house of the Prairie City Oil vere An offeroffive hundred dollars was efused by William of Ednion on lor a pair of young Gil bert wqn many prices for hit high class swine at Brandon and Reglna Two drowning fatalities occurred at Winnipegs the victims Eller Ackerman aged and Clarence aged The former lost his ife at Winnipeg Beach and the latter at Grand Beach At Chatham the fourth death to re suit from the epfdemlc of typhoid Jever occurred when Andrew for the past 34 yeara a barber of and former resident of passed A force of women necessary to care for all sick and wounded Am erican must be raised by July 1 BurgeonGeneral Gorgas announced at Women with husbands fighting in France are permitted under new rules to bocome hospital Single women over thirtyfive are eligible Rufus director of the New York enemy recommend ed to the department of justice that it intern Gustavo who served IS months in the Atlanta penitentiary for falsely swearing he saw guns mounted on the Lusitania before she sailed on her last Herbert of efficien cy expert president of the Daly of has been selected by Senator minister of to act as chairman of the labor court which will review the findings of the board of couciliatiou tlie Ottawa Electric whvthe and t hare that Aid we CM pottftlf reitter is none too j ot rabonl Of the behavior anadian over Premier art WM MftlauM when he do rtafed that more proud of tho Canadians than and could say to the wtVM and sisters ot the boys overseas that I never saw My doing anything over there that his mother or his elster need be ashamed hot a single He de clared the boys had a good time when they went to London but If 1 were soldier I would go to London when 1 got a thance and Lave a mighty good time Over there they are training the Older men and the young boys to take their the One man out of erery tflt In Scotland and is In the fighting line or In Thats the answer M to whether Eng land and Scotland are doing their We have reached nowhere near that More AFRICAN MAN 9BBS GRAND Henry of rallwayl IMT Bnfofi tatlve to IftilMHal war juM returneefrom a vlt lt te the irartrf and that who not actually had the Ing the ftiti Bthoitally eould an adequate Idea of oentral the of mon waa fine and their only tfnfcleiy to get at the Premier Stewart declared that in his tfplnlon there should be more equality between the status ot the man who risks his lite every day in tho fighting lines and In civil lite a statement which drew applause from the returned soldiers present at the He thought that in war every man to the and that every man should give to the state as much ot himselfx as the needs to carry on the The premier then went on to pay a very fine compliment to the women of the those who are doing their duty in the munition and those who are even driving am bulances right on the field of battle in He he a party of tlrls driving ambulances right in to the barrage during a daylight raid staged when was in And he believed that It the necessity arose those girls would shoulder a They have their casualties as the men seeing the women of the old country and what they are do ing to help win this war your estima tion of the Englishwoman goes up a Visited Fleet Premier Stewart visited the grand fleet commanded by Sir David and spent two days aboard Canada commanded by Watson who for two years before the war was naval attache at Berllhr and from htm learn ed many things about the German sub which brought aHout this Ho met Canadian boys wllh the fleet and heard them express the hope after the Canada would build her own navy in order that the boys who are now learning naval life may have an opportunity for advance ment with d fleet of their Pre mier Stewart paid a mpst magnificent tribute to the fleet and the great part it is taking in this ImpreMlon of When lid got to he got his first real impression of the He had gone over not quite convinced in his own mind that the Germans were capable of the atrocities charged to But one of ther first sights he saw at where hfe a Canadian which just two days before had been WKth his own eyes he saw every evidence that deliberate on sine part of the Many patients and nurses had been He spoke with nurses from Alberta who had been through The Germans deliberately up places of military import at Mint hew by te lee for thftt HAN done what sfce ttMl and at Mk what yon will and It ed It It IB the power of the of the old tend to grant Stewart ttoltlng CanMlani I met your General Jack stew And If Lethbrtdge had sent no other representative to tirt war she would neverthelWB hatejjeen welt General Jack Stewart has done well over and have erery reason to he prottd of h And he is typical of all the Canadian boys over yonder who when asked it they would like to be back home de clared they would but they are joint to do a good job of FrlU Premier Stewart tnen paid a tribute to the French peasant love of their homes has been an Inspiration to the soldiers of the Many of these old people he saw in going up to tho front line to vltlt the Canad ian division the first Among these were the 31st an all Alberta After seeing all rfirt and but carrying on to the Ull I U wwj j limit of their the premier de clared that his Of tho infantry man went up a thousand per When you look at chap you gin to think that as a private eltleen youre a small human ity and anything you can do for him on his return will only partly repay what he has done for you during these years of Premier Stewart told of the reasons for the spring retreat and some inci dents therein a declaration that It Is absolutely neces sary that no peace pact be entered into until the boys otjtlus jrtUw the Germans what real liberty and de mocracy Is and mat rule the world their pwn President the bpara of trader acted as chaiirinan of the Hardie welcomed ance to get at the hospitals which Mayor were designated by a huge red cross Premier Stewart and his which could not be And and believed the Pfffhters ardwed in now I think of the German as a mad tention to visit the tarloUe parts 01 dog that ought to be put out of bus1 the province was a fine c Mitchell spoke stating that Marnoch have a large to part in the next Victory Loan cam paign and he hoped that people of LetnTJrldge and Southern Alberta would support him as creditably in iness as soon The Premier Stewart then went on tell of the Canadian The Canj adian army for two months had been mostly held in reserve and had been trained as shock Thats the opinion held over there of the Can the coming did in the last Premier waking no mis take in his policy of visiting the var ious of the province to keep in the to learn their and to set np a sympathetic un derstanding between the government His visit here should result to much Alberjta a Icnc way seat of tfce V goTernmentand in the past there bare been many times when the south had a legitimate protest against the pol icy of tho government because the seemedto be passed over to the benefit of the Premier Stewart has adopted a course whichi will wipe out the line between north and and if he he it ia very unlikely that there need be any cry ot pert1 anything Having opposed tle premier and the Union govern ment at every they can always be counted upon to join in any cry which they think will result In politi cal advantage to But better things are expected from newspapers which were in line with popular sen timent last even if some ot them did make a very sharp turn in order to get behind the band WHATS THE MATTER WITH BEEF PRICES From what The Herald can learn thooe Uraera who hare finished beef toooll have legitimate protest when they kick agalnat the market now at fordodrfor weetern boob It evident that dealers aro taking every ad vantage of the scarcity of feed to hammer down the and with the result that the farmeV wJto the finished product forced to accfept practically same with halffinlshea cantor appear to ni that the IS NOW DEEPENING IHE CANAL gulations required only aliens of en emy nationality of military having no permanent place of resirailway dence or abode f for merly of Sit Pauls Presbyter Ian who left there eniment should step in and do a little the lower prices for beet on ihe booT were dolnc anything to lower vtjie iHrlee of meat over tfce retail of tinier there might be protest But pays much as tine producer receiving There hi something wrong v Will Be No Reason in Future To Complain of Lack of Water Aug the irriga tion farmers ot Ooaldale and Chin districts will have no reason to com plalnof shortage of water next season is The have let a con tract for deepening the Coaldale later al canal and when completed it will probably have twice its present capa Cummins and Robinson who have the recently com pleted a fiftyfoot equipped with a gasolineengine and and started work where the Coaldale lat eral branches from the main canal about seven miles south of the It is quite a flight to see the scow with its attendant house boat floating f plausible being set up in the Canadian press for jpremier in aome of the Or bis staying overseas may be quite aw Canadas interest in the and the Empire is Canadas share in the big things now but is the por tion of the United Her share the warIt growing quite and Interest In all that pertains to the of thv democratic world not Jeiff Intense than but Pre f jdent Wilnon able to direct the en of the United efficiently from Many Borden newif vapor to overlook jMgao while domestic etttri at Hje United States do not suffer Eaweuyye is tUe down the canal toward The contractors fcavo equipped their plant with electric and are working night and day to complete their 12 mile contract before ifreezeup in floard of The action of the in doing away withjJOjaily train service on the Cards tonBranch thoroughly ar oused the residents of the l various towns on that The Raymond peo ple they met re cently a hundred and organised a good live bqard of trade with the following Minneapolitans may get the wood they want taking it trunk and branch trom a 20acre tract belonging to near the county poor farm at He said the tract is covered elm and The only condition sti pulated is that stumps and branches be The busiest man in Englandhas been found at where Hewlett of the haa asked exemption from military duty for George whom he says is his school cleaner and grave digger Although Cooper said he couldnt get along without the exemption was not Detroit will soon be known not only as the Hub of Motordom but also of aiyraft The city is manufacturing 92 12 per of all liberty engines at least onethird of the battleplane supply Lib erty engines will be completed by Sep tember and within four months De troit will be producing 50 complete battleplanes i Owing to the pacifist attitude of Lord agjtation to change the name of Lansdowne Ave residential has reached a plage that the mayor announces he will move in th board of control that the street in future be called Lloyd George avenue or in honor of the great British champion of Great activity was in evidence at government labor bureau at Moose Jaw where a large number of men were ticketed to harvest a number of soldiers from the military camp at Regina being dispatched to Between two und three hundred harvesters arrived from Eastern Can and have been dispatched along the northern line of the as the callfrorn that district fs exceptionally Cutting in the harvest fields has now begun in earnest andIt is expected that this week will see op erations general all through tho dis flve years ago to become pastor of the North Reformed flfhurch at has received a call to the North Presbyterian Church at offer ing a salary Thomas a wealthy farmer living at has gone back to the land at the age of 87 He has already plowed 100 acres of summerfallow yind is still ac tively engaged in ail kinds of farm He says he feels fine and is out to win the reporting arvest outlook andhelp requirements Manitoba says It is estimated hat men will be of vhich number onethird will be pro ured in the province through the re ular These will be supple mented by the harvest clubs ot BBV mty towns and cities a present jnrollment of and by some 300 Joy The supply of avail able farm help is estimated to be iquivalent to 4000 leaving 5000 itlll required from outside pro SitVlLklitlf o Unereuces between King Evans The aboveofficers will be assisted by a representative executive and will never rest till the train service Is v Record yield of a thousand acre block ot ft TMs lined for oyer a of yearn ill iiuughl 3 of laud at HuyuiouU trom the acres had been summerfallowed las1 and Mangin planted the full thousand to finishing seed ingby May Mangin several binders cutting and all who have seen this splendid crop agree that it will average ifully twentyfiv bushels to the And that I aome crop for such a dry season a this so many thousands ot acre In various parts of the country are producing little more than tho seed This record crop is but another dem onstratlon of the valufe of systematl summerfallowing and deep plowing Mangin intimated to the Heral that doubtless some credit for thi record crop is due to the deep plow ing done on this land some four o five years ago by the Knight Suga Company when they plowed to depth of about fourteen incheswit a Miibsoil Thjs uplendid yiel in hut another demonstration of tli tfjiluinty or gnod crops lu Southern Allienu uveu iu the detect t 110 laud T JILLSAODIENCE FROM PAOl The universal military service er governed because of what Premier Stewart learned on the The premier stated that it with some trepidation that he took the lie knew there was bound to be more or leas criticism of those who he if the inen who nave the opportunity of going acrgss tho water anil of seeing what I have seen absorb the lessons they can learn there it will redound to the benefit of the people whom they We have come back better equipped to handle the afterthewar problems of reinstating in civil life the boys who will return from the fighting Got the Premier Stewart declared that went overseas having in mind which he had heard in this and on the ship in which he that probably the British peo ple were not doing their whole that this country was so far away from thescene of that probably we wore undertaking more than waa He aUo remem bered that hero was a peace party in England which is working for an early closing ot the So be looked around for the when he reach ed the other And i9 found He declared he hound to say that on first reaching England he thought there might be Bornetning to the ru But that tnerely the first Bui j tho people or and I hare po right to gpouk of first The war workurn are legion in num The great country aro xuau tx A Soldiers offering to his sweetheart is naturally the sweetmeat that gave him most refreshment and great est enjoyment when on The Flavour Lasts ;