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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 23, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta V PAGE FOUR fHE LETHBRTDGE DATLT HKRALD FRIDAY, AUGUST "fcetalfc Blbctta DAILY ANO WMKLV and LITHIMDQC HERALD MINT' ING COMPANY, LIMIYIO l Strwt W. A. Toriuct TILWHOMII IM1 UM Billy, Dtlly. delivered. Mr yw ptlly, ty SMU.-HT W Hi hy nr uxfer. for th of our ragged old democ .iWnal. canpaljrn a campaign tc IT the MlMoirian now'. seenii; t iprtted1 life, was the een appointed new secretary ot the Kegtna Y.M.C.A. Capt, J. M. C. Carson. 'M.C., son ot SlaJor-Ceneral Sir John Carson, ot Montreal, action. As the result ot Injuries received In motorcycle motor truck accident some weeks ago, James Whftely, an employe ot tho city of Calgary, suc- cumbed to his Injuries. Lieut Albert Stewart Baird, only son ot-Rev. Dr. A. B. lIMrd. MA.. D.D., acting principal ot the Manitoba col- ege is In the casualties as kill- ed in action. Lord Kitchener, brother of-the .late Sold marshal..who is 72 years .old, made a flight in an airplane at Tring pilated _hy Capt. _iho Royal Air Forces. The Canada Food Board has writer gated reports ;ot waitecl; (rutt In the former they are not wasting any I but lu of the fact that tte-allie's hive in e'ver increasing armyldue tc tha arrival of a Quarter ol a million treslic'Aniericaa t ere- is no evidence that elfActtves re, being In contrast .tk Hinleafeurg's ticW to gaitf -he comes to nnt to crack Touad It. way oe s1 nt and -it lives lee along I jowirf Sap- to 'Jw near When set check the drive In one sector we ear of; a new drive being launched 0 miles away the Ger ans to mate a (new disposition of leir German anriles have >een nattered by this method och is on" the 'seventh. It ould .not-.be sprprlsing if the allies irried. -these out, along the hole front from Switzerland to the sea. Byr thk method provided Foch an dispose of his ever increasing re erves ,'at strategic points the can "run the Germans ragged' o slang .expression. And the crmans'bave no elective means ot reve'htufg it What few reserves they ave .leit than fill In the canied.by'.casualties and prison- in that, the outlook cannot ml be dark for the German hordes, that Is the-contrast between the two offensives. One was a, race the Germans against time. Anc they lost. The allied offensive Is slow but sore attrition .of e't fectives. And, here, too. the enemj will'lpse.--It Is'a losing game al round forthe Kaiser and his cohorts and. ihe opinion of Premier Clemen ceau; The French. Tiger, that the will end {n 1919 seems In a fair way Niagara1 "and has loiihd these reports-without-snbstan- :fal foundation. war th.e income of Lon- don's estimated 'at- GOD'ra year. B.eggara'earned more tljan vorkingmeri.'. Now they, ,haye' -djsap- to work. i The new doirar'bBIs bear a portrait of Princejs'PalrlcSa'otJtJon- newsp'apef wag is [6 encourage, owner will tiato to part with so charming a: pic- ture. It was learned at. Oliawa that, con- trary to statements which havo ap- peared, the award .In.tha C.S.R. ar- bitration is not to bo palu jmtil after tho return of the prime'minister and the re-organllation of thfl board-of the Canadian Northem.'.Riflway. A has .been appointed In London England, to, report on the de- nnition of ihe phrase which appears' in tive enactments passed since 19.14, and on the expediency 'prolonging after the war ends the-existence of laws in which the phrase "occurs; Ten ship's wllh a dead weight ton- nage of tons' were the American merchant jn tbe Lieut. I. 'J." f.school teacher ot Keavirtoo, killed in i'-- Thero are only .if .men 'In -a clisa of 160 whldi h'as >lirted ot .the Cal- gary French ambassador to l'rance.1'da; th.e council of One all ipfewbose members week; due to the Increa'se'in wages'-in all Industries. Rev. li. J. McKay, ot South Hill Presbyterian Church, South Vincoa ver, has tendered" his as pastor of tho'church, having received a call from Delia, Alberta. Fred Bryant, one-time sporting writer on tho Morning Albcrtan, and former star hurler for the Calgary Athletics and star basketball player, has been wounded- in action. a German pscificl who In Jirados VIII, IX and X show (hat our.Taber school has almost all our. pupils pass- lug The' school staff this "year win'ron. slst of Mr. R. J. Gould, B. A., prln- the Norinil school, Wesjfy.chucch, The report and may go, on to Grade the departmental vice-prtacipal; lllaa Miss Ilcsketh, Mlsa Metherall, Mlsa-Julieu, Miss McCan. mon, Mrs.lLeavjtt, Miss and two other ladles.not yet appointed. School will oa Tuesday, Sept. 3nl. -Mrs. H, Beard returned 'oh Friday from a visit to her'daughter in Mon- tana. _' York-and-daughVdr Florence, who have been soinellmo at Mr. KooHson's, Ieft_for their homo In Outremont, Monlreal, on Tuesday. .Miss Jean .Lallle and Mr. James Goldle of Lethbrldge were visitors at the manse the beginning ot the week. There is a rumor 'of a new.doctor coming We'lhisl that 'bo was sentenced four months' im- Seven' ot the steel. wood. grai la inOBtl OenerAlfstfino >och IcUer of all the Ft nek, British, Am and allied on tbe west froil, lias wasted from tbe Oermane 'ttit inltiitire, hilf tie tfroiiod won 'from Marck 21 to lair it, has taken in -Moun faJiu tin Account prisonment in Germany for writing a pacifist book on the' "psj-chology of tho escaped Into Denmark by airplane. Simon of Lexington, Ken- tucky, who already has large holdings in the Alrdrie district, added to these by purchasing for f35.000 cash from Jirah S.' McCormtck his farm and stock. Edward C. Edwarde, al Bible worker ol Victoria, on being convicted of having copies of "The Un- MniBhed in his possession, was fined or eii months in-ja'il, He went to Jail Recent -word-received in Calgary Is to the effect that Mr. Norman nankin who went overseasrsome time ago, li now a sergeant''in the Engineers' fn France. Mr. Rankin was formerly. a captain' in jthe isist -BattaliDn' and re- verted to' the ranks to go across: Inquiries of the-men the Moose Jaw post, office elicited, the statement that there-is'no. rduridatlon that the postias are the mendations made by (he tub-committ'ee'-of tjie privy coun; qil and there is. .no..' l.ik'elihood of any further .trouble. Pt'e.-H. B. Drefe Jil prisoner of; jvar sla, has He brines jvlth him an approved method Of amputating dogs barks. .The rest- hare thus far -been inable to cope with this distressful malady, Miss Lillian Tutteland and Miss Helen Tuesday morning for Calgary to' attend the "fall session of JJr, Hughies, organist a class, it! Taber shorlly.. The Chautauqua Mr. Bslniar and MUs Clark with their Kaffir Boys on Monday evening to a; glorious finish. -'Tib-'general Chautauqua more than repeated Itselt must now reniafn an established institution in the'life of Taber. The whole prog i am" wholesome anil" luvlgoraling; Iho music elevaliug and arlisllc, and the addresses strong, timely and patriotic. Britishers and Canucks nover heard before such for tho Mother- land atid Canada as fell from the lips of several1 of the American speakers. The speech that made tha most pro- found to have been that ot Mr. Trefz.'ot tho U. S. Food Administration, though ex-Mayor -----......is not In It with on "The Century ot Celling Together." The Mother Goose pageint went oft In splendid style, the childon acquitting themsel- ves admirably. 'Much of tho success of tho Chautauuua was due to Miss Harkness, the superintendent, and Miss Trotler, tho junior superinten- dent These" charming and capablo ladies won golden' opinions on nl! sides, and the people of Taber woulc likq nothing better than to see them back next year. -After'meeting all eipenses -tho local committee will havo a substantial surplus to divide .between tho hospital and tho British Naval League: An agreement was on tcred Into by a number ol tho leading citizens with Ihe EHisim while Co. ChauUuqua next year. On account of the Uicreased cost pf living ail (Welling Ihe ets for adults "next' season will' V 13 CD and only 6W at this price will Malo declares it was not Dr. Blauds address on "T on sale. Taber la an'otber example of the failure, of.aesregatlon. A'few years ago our progressive city fsthers sot aside a remote suburb of the town as a njae.e where sporty dogs might frisk or or bay tho xioon Ibe whole through wilbout interference from the iicUce. But It is" tho same old 'does not segre- gate. Of late, and especially alter nightfall Hie town has swarmed with these mongrels, not even Hull Avenue and'Ihe Cbautauqua tontJiavo been regarded by them as sacred. 'At all h'ours of tho night. they walk, the streets, hurl rude detys at one another across the. squares and parks, and on- gago in sanguinary connlcL Like the Germans .fronting the Canadians our nerves are getting Jumpy jxnd wo'aro contemplating a strategic withdrawal. Our main reliance now is In Ibe night recently 'a'ppoluted.., If not skilled in tbe uss of sword and pistol wo hope at leasXthat ho IB an expert in hurling bricks, and that he will soon get-Ihe Kpa'. o[ Iheso devastators of "our" nightly As for thi man who turns loose at night- fall upon' an a hqwllng cur, our strong opinion .of him. We to pour buckets ot uponjiim alter ho had been "enswatiied In bullock hide, Kafllr. for the lesson. eats on'thb sew poinls-.out IhatTwWgit actually...... aid was of (Germany. Is to 6 left in but the Is- the-Iocalion and ex- tent! of wounds of.Ca'nadian officers: E.' Br'.Titus, Albertas, side. 'Ar d! Elliott, Manitoba, leg, 'sll gM; Lieut. .V. G. In- man, Manitoba, slight. Cantain W. neck, slight; Captain J. P.' Gibsba, JIaniloba, ankle, leg, slight ;v'Captain'H.'MoM. "Wood, Albcrt.1, knee; Bovere; Caplain B.- ti. Captain H. Morion, "spine, diese. C. Brayfleld, Manltonff, hand, LleuU R. shoulder, slight! severe. Devonport-tLiiStit: J. Smith, British Lieut W.II. Williams, Albertes, thigh. Ports- B.- H.: Mintz, slight; ,Mani- J. O. Ross, multiple, severe. .F.." G. Thompson, Manitoba, foot, slight, Lieut 0. A. LaldlSw, -Manitoba; leg, severe. T. c; Floyd, Should Profit by the Expoience of These Two Women BnlMn, N am the mother of four children, and for Dearly three years I suffered from a female troubfe with in my buk and sideband a general weakness; I had pro- fessional attendance most of that tune but did not to L get TrelL As a'last resort I decried to try K. t Piniiaro's YegetaMs Cbmponnd whjti I-had. nen idveitimd in tha iKwxpapera, and in two notioed k a I continued rti on apd am L now free from pun and sbla to do all my bouw- B. a ZUUMU, Street, Buftalo.-Kjr. badly from it at tunes I could not beTon my at all I was ail ma down and to weak I could do my hoUMWork. was ncrvora and could dowa at night. I look treatments from it but ajeycdd not help BM. My Aunt neopnumieA Ijdla Vegetable Componni' it and now I am gtrong and -well again ;ahd do'- I Mr own work and I give Xydia E. PinkhanVs -I Compound ths Jo 1 Went Strwt, ck Woman Should Try VEGKABli COMlWlii n LYMA C.PMKMAM MOHCINC C1. UTlll.KASS. S of German soldiers." Lieut W. Si multiple. icaite', thigh, severe; Ueijt.'" Verse, -'Al- berta.'thigh, slight; tleiif. W. C..Weat, Alberta, thigh, slight. Returned., D. to Our ._ i, "Ang. 20 Very prolly wedding took place at the Melh'bdist the eldest daughter' of .RSvi 'jffjiK.. ani Mri LewlgJ rnlniEler- uurrled (o W., merchant Wiles fathei ant ceremony.ln Ihe pfpg'encS'bf-ra few mlimate'f rlihils. the, couple left on the.into home In Cladogan, Tho mall service as Jt Ts .tfiu-.Veejt, t III not lend to help .the buafiMs men as all'trains business hours. Those be- !ri trains wiy of Lef t: B riFajrlJr 'd-'r'flui our, own cbrretpotiitenO} Taher, Aug. liincral pi Slcf o whoso urday has alteady reported '.lull -a{ r i the Herald1, took placjf jnb t MfV I Afterdho foul crimes Ocrmaoy has what viler insult couldilifl'.aiAde'agalnst a man than no UMTaftly Ut him a stores close. almost fatal accident Occurred on Ihe _farm of Ollkn, soujh of Slaclcod" Mrj.Oillen was going into the a learn attache'4 to a binder when the; team took fright and ran away.' fn tho fable of. the ilnler, lo's- Ing onOithnmb. vis caught his arm, leu was caught on guards and house .hoJfaintedCfroij blQod, A'dpsl.or.Waj alver DinaEng up'lhe (o the hospital .whore ho is now' reeling, and may ho out (n a or ten dafs. Word was received led ay of the death of, W-Jowit! M-rt nt the Blaclifoo[ agency Olelchen His wla for years clerk ftl tho Mr (leorijo Macleoil, oml-waj well Impnrfcinl fiosilloj and favorably ttnnin anl nroifr.il manager ot a tcrnoon from .A large number of .neighbors ent to testify to for him. A short service was Conducted by the Jlev. A. C. Ilryan before the brxlx was conveyed to the The two nuoatlons tha public seems mist-In- terested in as an oufeoniQ of eily are: disposal will, the government inako fit seeing that he left-no will and was of German extraction f 11 Whit- should bt done with respect woman who been the cause of two'fatalillles with' In a few monlh.a oplnton seems to be that'lti'thef-.lnUrt-''" thc.pcace and munfty she should berttiterniiMl war and f( many whence slis Bh'orl hefore ihe i tncln.ejeWy'isiprc; nato'e'.'of WAS ADVERTISED A STORE at p HAS THIS suit; pwcfeb at before tKop tiwlmne mercbant V ;