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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 23, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta AUGUST PAGE Spirit of Allies Stronger Than Says Borden An Atlantic Bordon on h Cave the following statement to the was the spirit o the ions or more resolute iter portion of my time Was where I arrived lust atter Germans had Jed a great first against the British and then against the French the The effect of thftt has been Completely dissi pated by the recent defeat of the Aus trlans in Italy arid ot the Germans in Slnffe I left Ottawa onAllay about troops have cross ed tho Atlantic from the United 1 have Been of them on board ship anljin the camps that I It Is Impossible to overestimate the Increased confl rtenre with which the arrlva1ofhis mighty army has Inspiredthe allied tontinnft All Europe is Impressed Dy S splendid Mue fulness and their the re markable rapidity and thoroughness with which they have acquired neces sary the magni ficent fighting qualities which they liave displayed In every Vrtilch they have been It is beyond question that the victory of the last tour weeks would not have been except for the American di visions which have taken their place the battle Effective There was most effective and har monious cooperation between armies oJ tftfc United Great Britain and From Sir David PS well as from Admiral Slmms and Admiral I know that this Is equally true of the British and Am erican Canadian The Canadian army welcome the opportunity to fight side by side with their kinsmen of this Tho citizen soldiers of both countries ore both essentially of the same and the Germans already have found them equally During the German offensive In the early spring most at the Canadian divisions were not but during the recent they have won as conspicuous a victory as ever fell to their lot since the outbreak of Driving for on a considerable they hurled back tho Germans fourteen miles and captured nearly pri soners andmore than 150 Their casualties numbered consider ably less than their prisoners and they all the ground which Tho men from both countries have learned to realize most vividly the savage malignancy of Germanys pur and are deter b minfibthat this war shall be fought a flttfch and that there shall be no petiflon of its The devils by whom German militarists are ruled must be cast out the spell with which they have bound the German people I if must be Until then Germans cannot It may be a hard but the German people musflearn As the mastery of the air passes more moro completely to the al the German people more and more realize through war carried tp their own the martyrdom to which they relentlessly submitted other It may be a hard but they cannot be saved from themselves unless they are compelled to learn It is equally the duty of tho allied nations to purge Germany of heir madness by unsparing use of economic pressure until she shall have given up her dreams of world con Let no unselfish purpose or divergence of interest impede united action to this An assassin state must bo barred from the society of decent commonwealths until they are convincedof its sincere As one of the free nations of the Britannic commonwealth Canada un dertook her part in this war of her own free will through the voice of her parliament and with repllzatlon ot her duty to thit commonwealth and humanity Mints with no sire or unselfish but to se cure the peace WOr to safe tuard liberty and W maintain public SiXt thoroughly consckntf that responslWUtrts will rest iif on the allied HAtteM especially upon the British the American peace come to be 1 firmly be lieve that Ihe future rteace of the world largely chief ly upon unity of motion between these Iwo Unless this tremen dous responsibility Is nMrnd and met nave fulfilled our highest duty to Ibis or to future gener With itiUoni as with Individ power Is Inseparable from res possibility and duty cannotbe fulfill ed by declining Just call to eader however task may I trust that thwtwo mighty de united by strong ties o and may in spire others with complete confidence and sympathy In earnest and unsel fish purpose and to command the worlds and to ensure safe ty and equality lor the smaller na tlonalities and for the backward race of the That supreme rosul crown all our sacrlf and would give us much hop from a wider League Of ADVOCATES A OF HATE CONTROL TNt CANADIAN BAIT LIMITED STATEMENT TELLS OF AIR ACTIVITIES BY POLISH PEOPLE dispatch to the Frankfort Gazette from Vienna says the demands of the sub mitted during the recent conference at German main called for the malntalnence of the frontier the incorporation of certain Lithuanian territory as compensation for the cession ot three Lithuanian districts in the government of Su Wai ki access to the Baltic the neutral ization of the lower course of the Vis tula and the railroad along it recognition of Danzig as a free port the abolition of the present divided AustroGerman administration of Po land the transfer ot the financial ad ministration and government to the civil government ot The increase of the Polish army to twenty thousand men the immediate calling up of one class of and the transfer of the regency to Archduke Karl a cousin o the late Emperor Francis OPEN TO GILL NET FISHING April the Dominion government at the request of the provincial governmen passed an order in council providing regulations tor commercial flshin 1n certain nontidal waters In the For George Under these provis ions white char and lake trou could be taken by means of gill nets It has developed also that there is considerable supply ot sturgeon 1 these lakes William Sloan commissioner ot fisheries for BriCis Columbia has requested that all th lakes in the Fort George and Ominec districts shall be opened to gill ne fishing for all kinds of fish excep salmon and He also ask that Fraser and Fran cis Lakes be opened to gill net fishin for FOUR KILLED Com mander Price and three enlisted were and Commander White and eighteen men wounded by the accidental ex plosion of a depth bomb board August according to reports by the naval department text of the statement on aerial activities reads as In spite of the enemys most deter mined efforts for consist ing of a large number of antiaircraft between the hours of 8 on he 21st and 10 on the 22nd in five Important towns were heav y attacked as well as five hostile On the night of August the veather conditions were exceptionally ood and a large amount o the work carried out by our Military objectives at Frankfort nd Cologne were heavily lood results were observed and ombs were sent all around the sta ions and A railway junction at was successfully All our cachlnes returned Four hostile airdromes heavily combed and many hangars Ma chine guns were freely used on air trains and searchlights as well as antiaerial One of ur machines is On the morning of August one of our squadrons attacked the chem cal factories at During he heavy fighting on the outward ourney two of our machines were irought The remainder reached and successfully bombed their ob Heavy fighting again took lace on journey as a re sult of which five more of our ma chines are Three hostile airplanes were des Two of these seemed tb crash and one went down in Two other squadrons attacked the railway sidings at Coblenz at about oclock on the morning of August and a hostile airdrome at Hage nau was bombed with gpod All these machines returned During the night 194 tons of bombs were dropped and 215 tons of projec tiles were dropped during the Economic Expert Tells of Diffi culties III Way of Complete Ownership ther disadvantages ot public ownership of Utilities in the largo nat lortal phase were dlsmxsud today at a luncheon of BO business men of the city under the ausplros of the Leth bridge notary Club Sand editor pt the Financial Times and a lecturer itfthe school of commerce connected with Metilil Sandwell touring West ern lecturing to Rotary Clubs And commercialorganizations and is how on his way homo from the Hln visit to the west lius boon under taken with a View to learning tho In the west with regard to public and private ownership of utili and he admits frankly in advocating private ownership in the west he twisting the mules and In danger of disastrous j Ho that In the them wore mnny poople who think tho public ought to own but in his opinion this Is moro of a drift by the a desire to conduct an ex periment just as fie tho pro hibition movement In an experiment undertaken In tho hope of bettering Contrasts Contrasting the machinery that can be applied In public and private own ership of Sundwell de clared that efficiency tho one thing to be and ettlcipney depends on the porsori who owns the If his intwrpst in HIP mic cess of the business Is great enough he Is likely to mnko a success of But Is the community as u whole likely to produce as efficient a busi ness as private A he ad depends on the business and also on the charactor of the people of a Sandwell believes tho present alone the lines of the nationalization the great rail way systems offers most serious dan gers which may involve in a financial muddle If carried to the ex If the people of Can ada own the railway systems ho not think it feasible to expect that as will givo the timo anil thought necessary to bring about Then there is the danger of whose one main ob ject always seems to be to keep in using the ownership to appoint officials and thus build up a great elec tion Tho trouble with pub lic ownership Is it Is a loowldely distributed Sir Adnm Beck only the other flay expressed as tonishment that the poople do not look more cloaoly after their and this would one of the faults of ownership of great transporta tion To say that a commis sion could handle such business and talio It out of considers a fallacy for the commission must he responsible to the olectod rep resentatives of the people and there fon politics is bound to creep Greater Control Sandwell advocated was a greater state of control of privately owned utilities along lines of Iho railway Why nliandon this plan when ItIs so far ad and undertake a gigantic ex periment in the jwnershlp of railways Sandwell concluded he hadnt applied his arguments to mun icipally owned utilities as Illustrated in where Hio problems are widely different and so He Lethbrldge and a number of other cities in the west had been particularly fortunate In securing men ot nigh standing and ability to manage their and public ownership in the weal had beii efitted as a I hope that in ENSURE SEED FOR ALBERTA FARMERS issued by the board for Canada Mttf noon provides that no grain iMll be ihipped out of the of Alberta and that no grain transferred by any railway com pany Inilde Alberta without a mlt from the Tnli prohibi tion for the purpose of Insuring a sufficient tupply of good grain for the province and lent supply of grain for local COn sumption other than This embarflo will continue In effect until proper have had an opportunity to pro vide seed or until actual receipts of grain in country elevat ors warrant removal of the em you will be able to retain at the head of your affairs such men IIH you have boon fortunate imouRh ii in tbo past IMV Judge an old classmate of presided over tlift luncheon which was over the Alborla Cafe where Merry served a very delectable An Atlantic The British steamer a steel ves sel of 4700 gross was torpedoed and sunk Wednesday off the Atlantic More than 100 of her many of them some seriously were rescued and brought here today by another British A Swedish steamer which also ar rived here today reported that yes terday morning she was held up by a but that after a parle vith the Uboat was al owed to W Over New BOYS SUUS Were placed in our racks this They are the kind the boy Our price on these suits will please the par suit will please the Get him one for the new school THAELL TAItOBHWI THIRP ex ended to Princo Arthur ot Con by the Quebec government was marked by a brilliant spectacle and thousands of citizens ir Lomer Oouln In his address of welcome expressed how happy the MJtople of Quebec tell to tender the upresslon of their respectful consld jratlonand nincerest admiration to aide de camp of His Tho history of said Prince sows us how tho Can whether French or English have united their generous efforts to retain Canada for the Brit ish It Is likewise In the pres ent We see French Canadians courageously sacrificing their lives to conserve for the civilized world that precious heritage of liberty which Forlns the principal basis of British DAMAGES Moose Justice MacKay has awarded to plaintiff In the case of Hilton vs Robin Hood This was an action for pensation for the death of who was killed In an elevator shaft about three years American corporations at tempt to dodge war taxes by increas ing their capital stock to cover sur plus and undivided profits were warn ed by Internal Revenue Roper that this would be ot no avail since the capital actually Invested In the than the amount of outstanding capital stock Is the basis for taxable recess 1 CALLED TO THE FRONT SALE A HUGE SUCCESS The first day of my sale was simply a huge it more than satisfied and what is straighter to the the values I gave more than satisfied all my 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 Ill simply ask you DID YOU COME If Your Friend ASK HIM IM WILLING TO ABIDE BY HIS DECISION I KNOW what that will for I KNOW the superiority of the lines I KNOW that Im offering them to you at leas than the prien I I KNOW that the general public appreciates a genuine bar8an when Offered I KNOW that my stock wont last long at this THESE are the arounds on which I urge you to pay me an early COME ON SATURDAY Im staging an absolutely new proposition Something entirely Never done READ ABOUT IT BELOW DurinE the Cirst day of my sale I sold 35 of my This fact alone has no personal interest for and influence you as a prospective only ns a proof the faith others have in the absolute genumess this ClearliiK Out SO WHY NOT YOU think the BEST has The picking Is just as for I never had iny AND NOW READ MY PROPOSITION HERE IT IS A Any Suit in the No Matter What Price FOR NOTHING Three envelopes will be placed In the u1t mlssioner Each will contain a slip on which will be written a certain hour during a different time in These will not be opened until Monday and the customer In possession of the sale bill bearing the time nearest to that of the first envelope opened will have the money for the suit he refunded In No matter whether its a or A SUIT HE WILL GET IT FOR NOTHING The exact time you pay for the suit purchased will on your save It and watch for our advert se ment in Wednesdays Herald in which will be published the winning Bring your sale AND RECEIVE YOUR MONEY BACK No loophole for favoritism under these Everyone lias the same COME ON SATURDAY AND GET A SUIT FOR NOTHING i rearet that owing to the tremendous rusU of business my Btafl was inade quate to tieet the demands made on and that I repeatedly had to Jock thn doors on wouldbe buyers as the store was so but Ive arranged now on to avoid this during the remainder of the COME TO KESTERS CALLED TO THE FRONT SALE ;