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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 28, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta I LIMITIC mrMt Uthfcrli tuefcanait and Managhtt ftlfjetor Tomaee BnaMtn MtMCtt TILMMOMIt OfflM 1MI UM year per by malt year by year to Oataa ot eiptry MWorlfiioMi paar dally on addNat label aaea ot papara la ear authority to continue the THE PROGRESS OF THE WAR With the capture of Roye anT Chatilnes by the and the capture of Bapaume by the British and their advance down the Arras Oambral road beyond the whole front of the German lines from Soteeons to Cambral is This means that the Germans may forced to retreat be yond the famous Hlndenburg lino which they fell back to after the advanceof the and The British are advanc ing rapidly up the 5ambrai and the French the capture of effected a serious Peronne and are hi eeUfatSbefore force ex tenalve fighting to in Inly TMa would lie perfect to dfcliMHan Bat mi taftts of the prlcts for tit Canada the Ure vallfng price wonld he many cents per pound Oar Information oh this subject may be We nopw H for 4t Is vfery that at Mito tttne when every pound of wool and mutton that can be produced Is nothing be lone which would tend to cripple the We hope a suitable ex planation rosy bb forthcoming nt early LET THE EAST inMoose Jaw Sou thern Alberta was Just one strip of is the getwrardpifllOfiheld in the east and in other parta of the prairie regard Ms conditions to Southern It Is qiflti true that Southern Al berta Is not a garden spot this but nevertheless crop outturns will bo Tory H would be a good idea it the board ot trade would haye an authentic pre pared and circulated to combat the prevailing i CAR0STON LI WE SERVICE BetwecaOWvary and Edmonton the maintains three dally the haa one daily train and tiie haa Five trains a day between tieee Between Lettrbridge and Cards ton maintains three trains a j and the are no nerving this big community of hardly looks right and the will do well to placettnrdally ser vice in operation The pree ent service is manifestly So Is the reduced eervjce on the I Foremost Eight years that country had milwaylt received two mails a Now it receives but rj N BARLEYCORN AMD OUT Cations that the will liquor as a beverage after A compromise to that isbeing amnged by Coo it i Canadawill go dry on wten tho booze will be abolished in WHATS BEHIND JAPANS RICE RIOTS The rioUnga in Japan have a more deepseated cause than the price of believes the Toronto The country Is being transformed as was England during the industrial revolu before the working classes had effectively organized or before the ruling classes had yielded to the de mand for the protection of Inbor against ruthless The masses in Japan have not yet their proportionate share of political power aAti the aristocracy has not evolved a Lord Sbaftesbnry to plead for the overdriven Uet those who proach Japan remember that England wtas far advanced industrially before the State had the humanity to at tempt to shield even little children from the living death to which count less thousands were doomed by long hours of toll In crowded and insanitary Only the dreadful havoc of epidemic dis ease impelled parliament to pass the first factory early in the nineteenth That was only the For many years afterwards boys and girls who had not even reached their teens were forced to work for fourteen and fifteen hours a and harnessed like beaftts to coal trucks crawled through the darkness and damp of the The reform embodied in the great series of Factory Acts were won only in the teeth of the opposition of many while for Hie greater par of the last cen tury trades unions were illegal com The rapid development of Japans industrial life has brought glaring ab uses resembling those which follow ed the rise of the factory system in Great Her wo men and toll long hours for small With the growth fac tories and factory cities has oome a and with the proletariat a ot born ot real grievan sudden access of prosperity daring the with its spawn of millionaires and new and the rising cost aggravated the discontent of the who have imbibed the ideas of their class in Western This feeling is bound to have a sharp political re and it is not surprising Vo hear the tide of is Food riots are merely a symptom of a disease which the rulers of ghteqed so progressive to must seek to remedy onlyiii1 The new in dustriallanj must be tempered by so cial and humanitarian and thtf of the workers must be recognized by A rise in the of wages Is The Japanese people are too intelli gent to remain far below other na tions in the standard of Jap an will some day come abreast of her industrial rivals in this as InptheY re no longer be frightened by bogey of lab or competition from the 1 measure prohibition is a part on the North American and Bar leycorn to going down and out simul taneously with Kaiser Meantime Is probably not sur that the bootlegging frater nity of Lethhridge who smuggle a gallon whiskey across the line feel Impelled to get rich quick by dosing the available supply liberally with Wfctor and drugs and sellingthe con coction ftt per halt making the original worth yield a return ranging anywhere from to WHATS THE EXPLANATION OF WOOL SITUATION I Some one in Ottawa should explain situation which has been created this country by the importation ot pounds of Australian The transaction may be perfectly pro per and the interests of Canadian Sfiheep growers may be but from the Information available it would appear the Australian wool to Canadian manufactur at a price considerably lower than IJIfprice paid in for Canadian jwool during the This in itself wight not ground ifor complaint were tt sot or the act that the gov the price wool for at price prevailed OQ MENNONIIES ARE From Our Own Correspondent little son of Charles age 8 died yesterday of cholera The funeral services will be held to day at 13 women and children belong ing to the HutleritB Brethren colony at the Buck arrived here this There now seventeen fam ilies located The local board of trade organiza tion is arranging to serve luncheon to the Lethbridge board of trade vis who are expected here Raymond expects to show the visitors doieiis of of from 100 to 1000 each that will yield from 20 to 30 bushelg per The grain Is mostly all in stock Threshing will begin 28 09 of Charles Rom erll at his place south of the veteran thresher is the first to get his rig To show the immense potato crop in tills vicinity the Raymond Mercan tile has ordered potato The Japanese farmers 1iave a special order fcalf of The Lethbridge visitors will doubt leas be shown the gardens of Hyrum They are surely a high re coromendatlon tor the tfls are Sow mature and the yield is Land men say the JaHd is worth an Southern a big laud CHAMPION MAN TffB From Our Own Correspondent Paulson was last seen alive on Thursday morn ing going towards an old granary on one of his grain In the evening Calwell the hired seeing him drove over to the granary to investigate and on looking round lying flat oh his back in the They at once drove to town and informed tho doctor and Police Magistrate who immediately wentont to the place In question and found Paulson to be lying along side the body was a bottle of strychnine ItK liquid The coroner arrived on morn ing from Lethbridge who after thor ough examination stated that deceased had committed suicide bytaking strychnine during The Interment toolc place at the Champion cemetery Saturday after burial service bojng conduct ed by the The business the deceased will in the hands of the Trusts and Guarantee Orr and wife mStofed to Pine Lake Friday last and will be gone some Mills Is spending a days in Hadden and sm arrived home Saturday after havingSpent a few weoka at the Otto Miller of spent the week end in Frank Smith is having veran dah put around on and Horace Gill and family spent the week end in Bose Matlock has received 30 days Tom Campbell and of the week and Dan Harper is moving to Stavely to take charge of the pool Returning from Qalgary last Sunday evening Billy car paught The fire was extinguished before any serious damage conld be done Build Campbells Limited have been com pelled to build an addition their business in the form ot a fine new Hans and family of are spending a few weeks with and Threshing will start this About 24 members of the Ladies Aid took the parsonage surprise Saturday evening for purpose of Expressing their pleasure and welcome to Hadden who has been spend ing some weeks at coast oh tic count of ill Aftejr an hour so cial conversation the served light The party broke up about Gordon Miller leaves this John Peake of Winnipeg arrived In town last week and is taking a posi tion in the local Nels Johnson of the Champion Ho is installing a 110 volt electric plant this Johnson is pre pared to supply the town with elec tric Surely tWs is an opportun ity that business men of cham pion should not let Hansen of Lomond was a visitor In town last Red Cross Last week was Childrens RedCross Week and from the standpoint gar ments was the most throughout the 926 garments were completed and handed in during the Finances for Follows From Prisoners of War Envelopes Emma Johnston Edna Gill Nettle and Laura Tobban Gladys Pike Mary Bond Isabel Laldlaw Ardena Roberts Chloe Gujton Geneveive Harper Fay Pish waste May usedfor the itoelt at Torofl Total Collected from Red Cross quilt Rachael Smith Ida Ardsna Lecla Abernothy Gladys GeneVieve Harper Emma Johnson Total Tickets for entertainment sold by Tom Morden Allum and Buster Prisoners of War Fund QuiH Tags Entertainment tickets Receipts at door Genevieve life membership Bake pale and ice cream By Young People Total The local branch wishes to tender a vote of thanks and appreciation to the children for their untiring efforts and enthusiasm during the Lets keep the ball The next meeting will be held in tho church on Friday Remember the local branch Is sup porting two of need your The rust of hia garden is equally Atwood brothers have contracted to put up a thousand tons of hay in the north Weeks They are leaving right mannfactu 8tThottM its nearby peat bogs manufactured into fire1 blocks and may spend onthe persons Were injured near when their motor car a collision with a horse and Johnson of an In fired point blank at his kill ing then turned the on Him committing After fortytwo and a hrtlf years service in the Public and High schools of haa retired from the teaching Child welfare authorities In Berlin are trying to get the Reichstag to pass a law making it the duty of the state to support children of unmar ried Queenstown has lost one of Its old est settlers In the death of DaMd Jon athan who died at the age ot He had resided in the district for over ten going to there Ont Miss Belle who was the first superintendent of the Public Gen eral Hospital In Chatham and held that place for some moving to Cali fornia about ten years is dead in that A two year old daughter of residing near Prince Edward was strangled to death when the rope of the swing in some mariner formed a noose about7 her The Saskatoon Rotary club took in hand to raisesome to help the childrens aid shelter 1n that As a result of a twoday canvass and street collections organized by the ro has been Hans Werner a has succeeded in making glue from i the art Consisting in blend ing in the right proportion two differ ent tribesof germs which produce a ad hesive A remarkable letter has been writ ten by two Turkish prison ers in bearing witness to the courteous and friendly consideration shown the prisoners at Bellary It was published at their own fa Fire which started in Klein and Heffelman compstijKs at block surrounded by east Sec ond and Piedmont caused a loss estimated at The long paralysis of port activities at Montevidio has been broken by the government putting soldiers to work loading Tntn action was taken after striking workmen had refused to obey a government older to return to Mount Forest papers have amalga Lambert ofthe Repre and of the owner ship of the new Mount Forest a town of over has had two newspapers for 35 Commander William Price Williamson and three enlisted men were killed and Commander White and 18 men wounded by the ac cidental explosion a depth on board the United States ship August according to a report by the navy department at Edward who in came from to New to accept the pastorate of the Presbyter ian Church announced he had acceptedacall to the pastorate of the Presbyterian Church at A steamer arrived at a Pacific Port from gold bullion said to be worth The boat also brought out the first shipment of salmon from a new cannery at An the first canning plant ever operated ont the Yukon The Spanish government is consid ering a plan to organlM the maritime service in Spain under government It is Intended to requisition all vessels for the transport of artic les necessary for1 national consump Tho Cunard Steamship Company cannot be held liable for loss of life and property In the torpedoing of the Lusltania by a German ac cording to a decision banded down in the admiralty branch of the United States district court by Judge Julius Captain of Wood lias awarded the Croix de Some time ago Johnson received In the Royal Flying Corps for gallantry and to duty and wan at the same time awarded the Military Thirtyone horses were burned to death and Ire estimated at caused in a believed to have been of incendiary which destroyed the bakery of A Brouaseau at Mon The outbreak in the Brousaeau bakery was the of origin which lius occurred In the twentyfour hours in establishments commuted with tho production of flwijamln Alt a general Meeting of Swiss tel decided ta de mand an increase ot 20 cents per day for board of Interned cases of alcbhtti In tins mark ed with the name of a Montreal gro cery have been seised at Brant ford by License Inspector Thomas for some time member of the Toronto Board of has announced his intention Of mcofblng a candidate fdr mayor next The Province of Quebec has lost one ot her most distinguished by death when Sir Horace Ar chief justice of thn court ot kings benchv passed Sir Horafe was 61 years of Entries In a hotel register such a these Master Jimmy Van Jones and Miss Bab Smith and governess will be one of the novelties at Wa banakl a hotel designed ex clusively for which has Just been opened at Five persons were badly burned in an auto accident at an eary hour on Sunday morning in Those In jured and In the Holy Cross Hospital are Doctor Fowler of Miss Jennie 500 Bruner block of Medicine Hat and McGuire and Miller of the First Depot Sarcee Chief of Police Slemin of declared that he had acted rightly In stopping the movement of some 30 alien enemies to The chief received Information the move was planned in connection with the and not with the In recent months the conduct Of certain foreigners has decidedly showing an day fof fa Jill iwrtt of the AtJCWfT tmlitt Keni ed f nilfeg rim rtitf itf itftVftiiow In thi from Hie Afctlc leaf and walked acrofr thu heitd of the PorcuTSIhe thence to fort Yukofi tfhere he Corked eral months to get money to buy transportation to The University Saska will now comprise for It was decidedaka meeting of the University held at Ragtaa purchase from the 270 more acres ot near Slither land and adjoining the rear ol the This land will be used for ex tending experimental work in At present only 200 acres are used for this over 40 acres ot Which were pressed Into service for the first time this the three quarter sections a half near Bun bequeathed the Univer sity bV Joseph will be used fdr stock HfiW DAYTOlf Jlltjii A Tbavli mamwMmt of wita wlilblf II rot rettlt of tie Mtent far HMM io vary ptaMint aftd sfteti criticism of our to prevalent 6f en ihe entlli Alitflc Then IK something radically wfM and we hope the board i trtwtees will take tfie matter In at aid see thit payers get valae tor their the teaching staff it at and w would like to know b it should if at all possible be retay at whHe it the teacfilW AMI 18 not at fault Here art apbU gles on the other Hand it fouUI that the ratepayers have heratofor taken little It any Interest In schw ot turning onf to a tfiifTJhr of the boar at any school lite of oil boys and girls tfcoweit it short n Its hast and nbfle of thett can well a ford to be kept two eara In a gradi when one would like ft sea the matter cleaned teachers and kickers a chafice to havt their 1 SECURITY Insurance Securities and other valu able be kept Mfe the vaults of ihit Bank may be rented aT a moderate for a those far off ports bevbnd the trackless From Arctic to the torrid lands beneath the Southern From towns tucked in the to the busy rivers WRIGLEYS is there because find comfort anil refreshment In its MADE IN CANADA Sealed tight Kept riaht AfttrEvtrvMeir ;