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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 23, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta FRIDAY, AUGUST 23, 1918 THE .LETHBRlDGiE ...pAILY PAGE SEVEN. Spirit of Allies Stronger than Ever, Says Borden An At'.Mtfc Port, Ant. Sir Rob- ert Bordcu on nil landing here today lb.8 following statement to ths Canadian 1'ress: "I other Eldo ot tho Atlantic Just ten weeks aud I return, with tne conviction tliat never uas the sytrll ot tho allied na- tions or more resolute than at _ "The greater parllori of my time was Bpent In England, where 1 arrived Just after ttw'Geraiaua hail conduc- ted a great otfenslTe, first against the British anil then against tha French, during the spring. Tho effect of tlmt success has been dlssl- paled by the recant defeat of tJio Aus- trlana In Italy and ot the Germans In France. I left Ottawa ou-May 24, about l.OOO.QW troops have cross- ed tho 'Atlantic from the United Slates. I liaTo seen ot Iheni on board ship andjln the camps thttl visited., U Is Impossible to over-estimate the Increased confi- dence -wHh which the arrival Ot this mighty army has" Inspired'the allied nations. All Kuropo Is Impressed by their splendid their resource- fulness aud their adaptability, the' re- markable rapidity, and thoroughness with which luey have acquired neces- sary trabing.-Rnd, finally, the magni- ficent fighting-Qualities which they tave displayed Ia >rery battle in Vhtch they have been tested. It-.Is beyond question that the victory of (he last four weeks would not have been Tjosslblo except for the American di- visions which, have taken their placo In Che battle line. Effective Co-optratlon. "There was most effective" and liar- Jnorilous co-operation between armies oi tfre'United States. Croat Britain and France. From Sir David Bcatty. cs well Admiral Sinims and Admiral' Hodman, I know that (his Is equally (ruo of the British and Am orlcan navies. .Canadian Victory. "The Canadian army welcome opportunity to fight stdc by side .will their kinsmen ot this .commonwealth, Tho'citizen countries are both essentially of the" satri4 type and (he Germans already have found theai equally During tru German offensive in early sjrinj inost of the divisions vere not' engaged, but during tbo recen they have won as conspicuous a victory fell id lot since tho outbreak of Brivlug tor oh af, considerable front, they hurted tho Germans fourteen miles; ondfcaplured nearly prl and'-mdfc than- 150 cannon Their'casualties numbered 'consider ably than their prisoners am aJl (be thfi> captured. 'The men from both countries have learned lo realizes-most -vividly the savage malfgnancy of jGermany's pur methods are this- war shall beToughi to a finish and that there shall he uo petlflon of Jta horrors The devils bj vrhom, German milUarista are rulen jnust'be cast out, fho spell with v.hicli bound; the German people must hs broken Until then German. cannpt become, regenerate.. I.t'inay be a hard lesson, but Ihe German it 'As'; Uie mastery'of passe rnore completely to the al Gorman people .will more arii more realize through war carried t ihclr 0-y.n terrltprlsa, the marljrdor lo.wblcb they rfilonUfisaly" autimUle'i otberjnatlpnB.' It may he.a banl les if her duly to thai counaoaweallh and umnnlty. She tights with no aggres- Ive or unselfish purpose, but to se- ure Ihe peace if Ibe world, to safe- uard liberty and to njatatajn. public Ighi., thoroughly lit vut responiibliltles vrtH rest af- n Ihe allied nstlons and especially poii Ihe Urlllsli ihe American oninlonvresLltba when conoitlom conie to be signed.' 1 Ilrialy be- leve' Ibe future peace ol tho world rests largely mid. Indeed, chief- y, upou'ouliy of action between H-O Unjcss Ibis treineu- oui reepur'iWllty -anil met wV hot. fulfilled'our highest duty tC'ihU or to future eener- nilloit, as' with'Individ- uals, power Is-Inseparable from res loaslUllly and duly, cannot .to tulllll- d by declining a to leader- ship however dlfllcultjlts task may be. i Irust that'tbeaeHwo mlgbty de- nocracles, unlled by strong ties of kin language and Ideals, may In- others with coninjete confidence, rad sympathy In'earnest" and unsel- Ish purpose and 'to command ho world's peace, and to ensure safe- j- and equality' for the smaller ha- ionnlities races of the world.: That suprome result would, Indeed, crqwn'all our sacrifi- ces, .and would .'give-us'niuch hope 1rom a; wider League'of. Nations." j _ alt TMC CMIUXfiN STAIEIN1IELLS Amsterdam, Aug. dUpatch to Ibo FranMort Gazette'from Vlcnpa demands of the'Poles, sub- miltetl during the recent eobrercnce at German mala headquarters, for ibe maintatnence .of the jiresent frontier; incorporaUou of certalu Lithuanian territory as-coinperisotton for the cession 6 [three Lithuanian districts In the government of Su kl; access to the neutral- ization of the lower coiirse of the Vis- tula River, and tlie railroad'along it, re'cognltlon 6i .Daaz'g is'a fren port; Ihe abolition ut the' present divided Austro-German. adniintstruilon of Po- land; the transfer of tbe financial ad- 'government lo the civil government of Poland, The increase ot the Polish nrro> to twenty thousand men; the Immediate calling up of one das a uf recruits, an the transfer of, the to Archduke Karl a cousin of Ihe late Em per is Joaeph. OPEN TO GILL NET FISHING Victoria, .B. C.t April, 1917, the Dominion government at the request ot the provincial. passed an" order In council providing regulations for commercial lilting fn certain non-tidal .waters-in-the Pnrt George district Under these provis- ions white fish, charC and lake trout could he taken by means oE nets It has developed'also, that there is a considerable supply- stargeon fn these lakes William Sloan commissioner of 'ffsherlea-for BriTish Columbia has requested that all the London, Aug. lent of the statement aortal activities reatle as "In spite o? tho enemy's most deter- mined efforts for protection, consist- ing of a large number of antl-alrcruli june, between fhe hours ot S p.m. on he 21st and 10 a.m. on the 22nd Iti atant, five important towns were heav ly attacked as" well as five hostile airdromes. "On the wight of August 21-22, the eAther conditions ivere good and a large amount oi the work was carried out by our squadron. ".Military objectives ,at Frankfort and Cologne were heavily attacked 3ood re'suHa -were observed and Dombs were sent all around the sta lions and barracks, "A ralh-ray Junction at Treves, was also successfully attacked. All our inachlnes returned safely. "Four hostile ainlronies hcavllj tombed and many hangars-bit. Ma china guns were freely used on air idroraes, trains and searchlights well as anti-aerial batteries; One onr machines Is missing. "On the morning of August 22, one of our Btiuadrons attacked the ichera Jcal factories al Monnhelm, During the heavy; fighting on !the outwan jouraey two of our machines wen brought down. The femamder reachei and successfully bombed their oh jecllves. Heavy fighting again. tool place on tho.return Journey as a re suit of which five more of our ma chines arc missing "Three hostile airplanes, troyed. Two" of these eras' and one went down fn flames. "Two other squadrons attacked th railway aidinga 'at. Cqblenx at ahoul 1.SO o'clock" oh the'inorning of August 22, j and a'hostile airdrome at Hage- Lonihwl with 'gooil results; All Ihese nVachinea returned During the nighl Ifl-J tons of bomhs Vere dropped and 215 tDns'pf'proJec; i.llea'were dropped during the-day.'1 ci3 Lakes bo opened to gill net fieliing for' sturgeon. son.'tjut they cannot be saved from lakes In the Fort George and Oonneca thomsehe unless lhe> are compelled I districts shall be opened to gill net to learn it H is equally tho duty oflnahtng for all kinds o! fish eieept tho alliod nations to purge Germany lealmon and slurgeon lie also asks of he? nndncss by unaparlng use nflnmt Babitie, Stuart, Fraser and Fran economic pressure.until she shall have given, up .her dreams of, world con quest Let no' unaelllah purpose or divergence ot interest Impede united action lo this end. An slate barred from tho society of dcceiit commonwealtbs until they are, convinced of Its sincere repentance CanidVi ResponilbilltEn "As one of the free nations ot the HrHannlc commonwealth Canada un tlertook her part In thfa war of her own Ihrougb the voice ot her parliament and with a realizitEon Economic Tells of Di cultJes uf Complete :'Govt. Ownership the dlsaJranlhges of public ownership o! utllitEes In ihe large nat- onal phaso were dtsiusscd today at a uocheon.of 50 business men of the city under the auspices of the Lcth- Rotary Club by a. K.. Sand- well, editor of the Financial Times and a.lecturer inMbe echool of commerce connected with McOiLl University. Mr. Sandwell has .been louring West- ern Canada, lecturing to Itoiary Clubs arid. and la aow on his, way tome from the coast, lite visit to tJae west has been under- lak'en with to learning tho sentiment ia'tbe west with regard to public and private ownership of utili- he admits frankly lliat, in advocating' private ownership ia tbo st he twisliog the mule'a tall, and in danger ot disastrous results. He said lliat ui the west, there were many people YYUO think ibe public ought to own everything, tut in his opinion this is more ot a drift tbe people, a deelre to conduct an es- perlment he believes tbe pro hlbJtlou movement Is an t-spc-rlmenl undertaken in tho hopo of beuecing Contrasts Contrasting the machinery tbat can be applied in public and private own- ership of utilities, Mr. KandweU Je- clared that efllctency was the one ttiing to be cousltiered, and ettk'Ieuey de'pends oil Ihe person who owns the business. If Ms tun-rest ia (tie suc- cess of the business is great enough he Is likely to make a suct'ess of it. But la Jhe community as a whole likely to produce as eflitfeut a busi- ness as private owuers. A lot, he ad- mitted, dewiuds on the business and also on the character of the people of a corqmunlty. Mr. Sandwc-ll believes I he present movement along (lie Hues of tuc nationalization of, the great rail- way systems offers most serious dan- gers which may involve Canada in a financial muddle it carried to the ex- treme.. If tbe people of Can- ada own the railway systems ho uut-a not think it feasible to espect that th'ey. 'as owners, will give the lime and thought necessary to bring about efficiency. Then there is the danger of governments, whose one ob- ject always seems to be to keep ID) using (ho ownership to appoint officiaH and thus build up a great elec- tion maehlue. The trouble with pub- lic ownership la lhat it U too-wldely dhtrilwted ownership. Sir Adam Beck only the other day expressed as- tonlsbment that (be people do uot look j more closely after their rights, and this would be one of the faults of owuersblp ot great transporta- tion systems. To say that a sEon could handle such business and tako it out uf Mr. Siudwe'l considers a fallacy for the commission urns! be responsible to the elected rep- resentatives of tbe people and there- fore politics Is bound to creep ia. Greater Control Mr. Sandwell advocated was a greater state ol control of privately owned utilities along the lines of Ibe railway commission. Why Ibis plan when h Is so far ad- vanced, and undertake a gfgautk- ex- periment In the public iivnersuip of railways? Mr. Sandwell concluded that he Jiaclii't applied his urgunjeuis to EJUJI icipally owned utilities fa LethbrMge. the pronJems different p.ud are T.ot complex. He thought LeKtbrWge and a number ot other cities in the west had been particularly forttinafe In securing men of high stand! 115 and ability to manage tltclr and public ownership in the west hail ben- efttted as a result. "I Jiopo that in Winnipeg, Aug. Issued by the board of grain supervisors for Canada thli after-L provides that no grain be shipped out of the province of Alberta and thai no grain shall be; transferred by any r ill way com- pany insfdc Alberta without a per-} mil from the board. This prohibit tion is for the purpose of insuring; a sufficient supply of good wed grain for the province and a.suffic-' ient supply of grain for local con-' sumption other than seed. 'i This embargo will continue in effect until proper authorities have had an opportunity to pro-' vide seed grain, or until actual receipts of grain in country elev't- ors warrant removal of the em- bargo. you will be able to retain at (he head ol your affairs such men as you have been fortunate enough to in ttie iwst ftw years." Judge Jackcou. an old claesmaii? o! Mr. Kandwell, presided over the luncheon ninth was orer Alberia Cafe where Mr. Merry served a very delectable repasl. FOUR KILLED Washington, Adp., Com- inandef Wm, and enlisted men, were killed, and Commander R B and eighteen men by the accidental ex- Iiloslon ot a depth bomb board U. S. S. Orizaba, to rcnorls b> the department lodaj -An Atlantic Port, Aug; British steamer Diomed, a steel sel of 4TOO grqsa long, was torpedoed and sunk Wednesday off the UfKntlc Coast. More than of .her crew, many of them Chinese, some seriously Injured, were rescued anil.brought here today by another BrUish steamer A Swedish steamer also ar- rived hero today reported that yes- terday morning she was dp hy a submarine, but that., after a parle1 wltll llie U-bo.il commander, was al- lowed .to proceed. Over New BOYS' SUITS Were placed in bur racks this month. They are the kind the boy wants, Our pricef on these suits will please the par- suit vtall please the hoy. Get him one for the new school term. J F. THAELL THE THIRD AVtV Quebec, Aug. pi (ended to If.R-If. Prince Arthur of Con naught, by tho Qupbee government was marked by. a' IirllHsnt apectocle and thouaanda of Sir Lomer Ooufn In his address of expressed how happy {he pebple ot Quebec -felt'-to tender the expression of their respectful consid- eration1 and slrjccrest the aide "amp of ills Majeaty "Tho history of Prince Arthur, "sowa us how Inc Can adinna, whether French or" Kngllgh spealilng, have united 'their genorbug efforts 10 retain Canada-for the Urit- lah Empire, it is likewise fn the ent war. We ace French Canadians courageously sacrlflciiig Ihoir' IWes fb coiifcervo for the civilized world thnl precious hcrftago Of liberty which forms nrlnrlnal basti of llrlllah 1 DA WAGE 3 AUj.. MacKay has awarded to plaintiff In of Robin Hood This wat an act'on for con? pentatlon for the death of Hlhon, who klllcrf.Tn an elevator cliaft about three years ago. American corporations whleUivftl Icmni to wnr taxes by IHK ttiolr CBplial aiock lo cover aur undivided1 profits ed by'In tern A! Revenue Commissioner Kopei that this v.ould he of no avnl since; IhccapUnl nclnally Invested In iho" than the awbflni of .oulKlnndlng capllal slock la the basis for Ituable t-xt croflla. CALLED TO THE FRONT SALE A HUGE SUCCESS r The first day of my sale was simply "a huge it satisfied me, and what is straighter to the point, the values I gave more than satisfied all my customers. But mere assertions on my part are not reasons why YOU should come and avail yourself of the advantages circumstances compel me'to place before you. I'll simply ask you DID YOU COME? If Not, Your Friend Did. ASK HIM I'M WILLING TO ABIDE BY-HIS DECISION I KNOW will be, for I KNOW the superiority of the lints I handle. I KNOW that I'm offering them to you at lets than the.prices. I paid for fhein. I KNOW that the general pubElc'appreciates a-genulne bargain when offered them, I KNOW that my stock won't Tast'long at this rate. THESE'ari-'the grounds on which I urge you to pay early vitit; COME ON SATURDAY! I'm staging an absolutely new proposition tomorrow.'Something entirely unique. Never done before. READ ABOUT IT BELOW .During tho first day sale sold 35% of my suits. This'fact'alone has no personal Interest for you. and won't Influence you as a prospective buyer, only as a proof of the faith others liavc In the ahaolule gcnumeas ot this Clearng Out' Sale. SO WHY NOT YOU? Hnt'ilnn'l lliiiik Che "BEST" has gone.--The picking la jusl-as good, for I nMMhld any "WOIIST." AND NOW READ MY PROPOSITION HERE IT A Suit, Any Suit in the Store, No Matter What Prke FOR NOTHING Thrst sealed envelopes will be placed In the of Com- mlisfoner Meech. Each will contain a which will be Written a certain hour during different time In each case. These Will not be opened until Monday and the cuttomer In possession of the sale till bssnng nearett'to that of the first envelope opened will have the money for we suit He refunded In full. No matter whether it't a or HE WILL.GET IT FOR NOTHING The exact time you pay for the cuit purchased will be entered on your AND RECEIVE YOUR MONEY BACK for1 Yavoritltm under these conditions. Everyone has the sarr-e chance, COME ON SATURDAY AND GET A SUIT FOR NOTHING 'I regret that owing lo the tremendous rush of business my'ftalf Insdc- ciuntc to fa'ect the demands mndo nn It, and that I repeatedly to lock tho floors on would-uo afl the store was.so (irowdeo4, but'I'Ve, irransed for1 extra help from now on to arold this 'during the remainder o! the sale. COME TO W. B. MISTER'S CALLED TO THE FRONT SALE ;