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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 28, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta "Viqi; POUTS THE LETHMUDGE DAILT AUGUST Itlf Dcralb BlberU OMLV ANU WHKuY- esd Pu LITHIFllDet HERALD MINT- COMPANY, LIMITIO 'Kk M.-Muclur.wi I fcka BuilaMa f1 TILMHONM Otfic. Bally, DaUr, delivered. year Dtlljr, by mail, per yaar by a all, per 1 WaeMy, by mail, par mx to uly 31, 1917. This would be perfect- y acceptable to Canadian growers, .ut pa the.basis, ot the prices -for Australian, wool in Caaida the pre- vailing U.S. price..-would be many eats per pound higher. Qur Information .on this subject may ie wrong. We hope It la tor It is very mportant, that at this time when every pound of wool and mutton tr-al ,a be produced Is needed, nothing K> done which'would tend to cripple he industry. We hope a suitable ex- planation sAy be forOicomlDg at on early dale. of uplry ot lubKrlftiPU ar diUy lalnl1 Aetwt- ot papm tlter SaU h authority to f" THE PROGRESS OF THE WAR With the capture d! Hoye and Chiuines the French; and capture ol Bapaume by the British and1" their advance down the Arras Oambra! road beyond Bapaume. the whole front of the German 1! from' Sotesons to Camhral Is menaced This means that the Germans i shortly ba forced to retreat even be- yondy-the famous Hindenburg line Sfh'lch toy fell" tack to'offer', the 'advance'of the Tte Brltishllfoops arTadvahc ing rapidly up the Cambrai road, an and it is not surprising to hear that the tide of democracy is rising Food riota are merely a symptom of a. disease which the rulers e-f Japan, enlighlmed and so progressive In many directions must aeek to remedy It only In-self-defencc The new in be tempered by so- _____________ -ent out to (heplace In question and found Mr.-Paulson to bo dead, lying along side tbe body was a bottle of form The coroner arrived-on Frldjiv inorn ing from Lethbrld'se, who atter'thor- ough examination sl.ated.Jhat deceased hai' committed suicide _by taking strychnine The" interment topk place--at the Champion cemetery'. Saturday after noon, burial service conduct ed by" the Rev. of .the deceased will .be.placed In' the hands of the Trusts and Guarantee Co Calgary.. Geo. Orr and wife., motored to Lake Friday last and will be' dah put around Cleve Ave. llr. and Mrs Thos Gill Horace Gil and family spAt the week end. Il Pie. .Bose llatlock.has received 3 days' extension, Tom Campbell, and .Mr. JVoolf Calgary, spent tho week end'wftn Mr and Jlrs." Geo. Campbell. Dan Harper Is moving to Slavely t take charge of the late Bruhn poo oprn, Iteturntirs from'Calgary last Sunna evening Billy Detue's -car' caught 'fire The fire was extinguished before any serious damage could be done Addition Campbells Limited have .been com- pelled to build an addjtlon to their Business plant in the form'of a fine neW.warehouse. Hans Rue and family, of1. Portland, Ore., are spending a few .weeks with PASING Fleti waste miy be qsed for'the rjeorge Benjamin j.< ...j- n-.j-. lanufacture' of ttock atJTorpn- Bt Thomaa wan Is its nearby jogs' manufaclured Into 'nre blocks; nd may on'the projocf i persons were Injured sUngton. Ont., when their motor ar overturned a collision with a lorse aud joiiuson-Mooa, oi In- dian, fired point blank at his klll- ng her, then turned the gun on him- .elf, committing suicide. After tarty-two a halt-years' sen-Ice in the Public and High school! of Ontario, Barren, B.A., has retired from the teachicg.profession. Child welfare authorities in Berlin are trying to get Ihe Reichstag to pass a laV'Snaklng" it the duty of the to. support -children ot "led mothers. Queenstown has lost one of its old- est settlers.ta the.death ot David Jon- athan Hall, wbo died at tho age at 66: Ho had resided in the district for over ten.years, going to there.from' Pickering, Ont Miss Bale Jonnston, who was th.e first superlntende'nfot the Public Gen- eral Hospital andheldlhat place for some years, moving ta Call: tornla about ten years ago, Is 'dead In that" slate A two year old daughter B. Pajne, residing near Bloomneld, Princo Edward County, was strangled to death when the-rope of the swing in some manne'r-'' formed a noose about her neck. The Saskatoon Rotary club took' In hand to raise some t'OOO to help the Children s aid shelter in that city As a result of a Vanvass and street collections" organized ro- NathewB, ot died of.wounds. At-aj general of Swiss teV'pro'prietora decided- tq oiand aa per day tor board of mterned persons. Fouj' cases'ot alcohpijn tins mark ed with the name of "a Montreal gro- cery firm, have been lelied at More 'tliaii (our thousand people loft Iw ern Jq -Jho vesl. csma trqu all parts ot John a full blooded He- sttrted from near IJersch'el walked acro'si to thi head of the Porcupine river, thence to Forl Xukoh ho worked set- eral months to get money to buy tniusportatlon to Vancouver. Tho University'- property, et Saska- toon, will l.COfl icrea, Mr. and Mrs. Bond: Now lit i" BARLEYCORN ..SOI.NG OOVjfN_AND OUT 'jjjnirctions'ara'taat the'US will beverage ater 3 j i 1919 AjCompromlse to that effect Is being arnaifS hr Cot i cial aud legislation, and of the workers must be recognized by capital. A rise in the level of-wages is inevitable. .The Japanese people :are_ too Intelli- gent'to remain far" below other na- tions in" standard ol living. Jap- an will some day come abreast of her Jndustnal rivals In this as in other, re- spects ,They will then no longer be frightened by the bogey ot cheap lab- or competition from the Orient Threshing will start this" week. About 24 members of the vLadies' Aid took the par onage by surprise Saturday evening.f of expressing their pleasure and welcome to Mra.-Hadden who has been spend ing some, weeks at the coast on ac- count of ill health hour so- cial conversation the ladles sened light refreshments The party broke up about 11 30 pm .Gordon Tililler leaves this'week-for Toronto. j John Peaka ot Winnipeg arrived in lown last week and" is taking- e posi- tion in the local depot; Nels Johnson of. the. .Champion Ho- tel, Is installing a 110 volt electric plant this week Mr Johnson is pre pared to supply the town with elec trie light Surely sthis.iis, an .opportun- ity business men ot chain not let slip R. lia'nsen ot Lomond was a.vlsitor in own tarians, beeu obtained. Dr. Hans Werner Gera, a German, has succeeded'in" making gliie from bacteria, the art consisting in blend Ing tho right proportion two differ ent tribes of gerais. which. produce clear, white; transparent, ad- substance' A remarkable letter has .been .writ- ten by Iwo. Turkish doctors, prison ers in India bearing witness to th_ft courteous, and friendly consideration shown the 'pfisonefs at Bellary camp. It their own re- quest. Fjro which started. In Klein and store at Canton pnio, mess Slock surrounded' by Toscarawas, east Se ond Walnut and Piedmont streets caused a losa estimated at 51 .Thpoiaa spme.tlme a miniber. ofMhe Toront'o'. Board ot control, announced his Intention of' becpmini a candidate niaypr next year.' A The Province ot Quebec has 'lost one of her most.distinguished, jurists by death when'Hon. Sir Horace Ar- of bench; passed awny. Sir was 01 years ot Vgel Entries In, a hplel register such these: "Master Jimmy Van' D. 'Jones" and -'Miss-Bah-Smith and governess" will he'one of the novelties at banakr Loose, a 'hotel designed ex- clusively for children, which has Just been opened at-GreenwidS, Conn. Five persons were badly-burned in an: auto accident at an eary hour on Sunday morning in Calgary. Those in' jured and in the Holy-Cross Hospital are: Doctor Alia Miss Jennie Corbett, '500 .Brunei' T'F. S. Marshall, 6f Medicine Hat: and Sergl. E. T. McGutre and Corn! M Miller of the First Depot Battalion, Sarcce Camp. Chief of Police Slemin of Brandon, declared that.he' had in stopping the. some 30 alien enemies to Winnipeg. The chief received information that" Iho move was planned in connection" with the I.WAV. and n'ot-Wilh" the" barvesL In recent'mon'ths the conduct of certain foreigners_ has decidedly (hanged showing an' unfavorable attitude. for it a meeting.ol the University governors, hi-ld at Regina to'purchase from'the y.P.R 270 more" acres of. land near Sulher land and adjoining the rcSTiOt.the farm. This land It used for ei tending the experimental work In grains. At present only 200 acres used for this purpose, over 40 acres of wliich were pressed luto service for he- first time this spring.. The" three quarter 'sections and a half near'Dun bcq.uealh.ed tho Univer Blty'by Joseph Proctor, will" be irsed lor stock purposes. NEW DAYTON Our.Ovn Daytoiy WrfVJ.'crUavUj'Hve, Ukio U .Ion with tthkh'U 'wtd a. trait -Tan remit of tky'rvrat amlnatlpiii so far do not very pjeaunt reading, crltlclira-ot our teaehtnc sUUt ti prevalent' over the dbr' There la Bomethlng radically some, place, and we hope board i trustees take the aiitter strong) In hand at once aid-iee that rn< payers gel value fpr their money.-1 the teaching at'fault, and iwj would like -to know-to the coitrarj It should It at all !poulhle be iled at police, .while it stiff; Is not fiult gles.comthg. On Iho other hand jt woald that the ratepayers hare taken little it .any interest.In tchoj malle-s, practically" none -_ of. tht. turning out to a meeting-of the''boa at auy time.1- Tho-school- life 6f-p; boys and girls jn the welt U Bhorl'a' best and none 01 can well'al ford to be yean in a grid; when ono 6houlj.iio.jye -would like tj see the matter cleaned up glvlng.botl teachers and klrterSTf chanci? Iholr say. SECURITY Deeds, Insurance Policies, Securities and other valu- kept safe frorn fire and theft. Safety Deposit Boxtt in the vaults of Bank may be rented at a moderate charge. The long paralysis pt.J actiylllis at Montevideo has been broken by the government putting soldiers to work loading vessels Tnis action was taken after striMng workmen had reduced Lo obey a governine-nt mder to return trl work. Monnt ForeH papers have amalga mated J A Lambert of the Repre- retlr.n? and llr 'Wright, of the owner- ship of tne new paper Mount Forest a town of over 2 000 populalfon, has had two newspapers for 35 years. Week and from of gar- ments was the raosl successful will go drr oji Jan 1, neit, the booze will be abolished in MMatlme r_ 'i As a war prohibition Is playing a great? on the fjorth -'AiDerlcan continent, and John Bar leycorn ii and oH slnul- with Kilj-r Bill It probably not sur that the feootlegghg 'f rater nitr of Lcthbridse who cmuggle It a galkm whiskey the line feel Impelled to get rich quick by dosing aWlbble supply liberally with and Belling the con per half pint, making .'the original. worth yield a. return ganging anywhere from to 1155. THE EXPLANATION OF WOOL SITUATION? Some one in Ottawa should explain the flUoallon -phlch created thte country by the Importation :ef vonhds ot Australian wool. i mar perfectly pro- ast week. Red Cross 'News', Last week was Child ens Red Cross Ljjut. commander. TVIlliam Price il Williamson and three enlisted men we're killed and Commander R- White and 18 men'wounded by the ac- cidental explosion of a depth bomb on board the Lnited Statea ship Orisba, August 17, according to' a report-by the liavl department! a't Washington. Rev. Edward; Torkingtoh7-who''-in April 1017 came from Winnipeg ilan., to CbafeaugayV" New york, to iccept the pastorate of the Presbyter Ean Church there {announced ne had accepted a call to the pastorate of the Presbyterian Church at Whllby, Raymond Oar Own Au M 'M to. the Lelhbrldge hoard of, are-'.expected aort