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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 31, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOUR THE LETHBRIDGE DAIL1 HKRALD SATURDAY, AUGUST 31, 1918 Sbe letbbrtboe "fcetalb DAILY AND WBIKLV LETHIRIMK HIRALD INQ COMPANY, UMITIO Ml tlrwt W. A. .f- tVlty. ywr null, PM Tf ly mill. POT .....JljJ VMkly, by to Mptrr bl iitMripiwM MU dilly bM. of rJioi- otto ta uliorlly to eoaUwu tuk- 7HE PROGRESS (OF THE WAR With the Gfimans driven north ol the French, and British j armies bave finally 'menace to Paris ami removed I hare pushed tho olfonGlve into and beyond the territory they held before {be offensive ft (he Germans Ijs To taS north tho British ar moving along ,lbe Cambral road, ban reached Bulleccurt, and Ballieul, am French are closing In on Peronne am 1 'Americans, co-operating, :-aro pash iorjrard the line lu the Soissons gion. t Antl-Bolthevlkl. forces in RUES! have recorded successes, v and bar Inflicted telling defeats in Siberia 'AN EXCUSE, NOT A REASON. t Because of congested traffic in th U.S., people tirged to trave as little' as possible. j railway tourist resorts'raidrnot'a'dver their attractions this yeart o-der chit travellers might Idetibly, .lets prlca the prevail- i! marUet for wool either In Canada, r the United with the result Hat a slump In.Canadian prices has occurred, whereas, on the American. Lde, Ti-here the aieppei i and fixed the wool prica at the Igure which obtained on July 30 ot year, no 'such slump has ei. Thus Ibe Canadian growers "are laced at disadvantage as compared the American growers and this not a good thing for the'greater reduction campaign, ft may be In emiing tor the weekly to XnoVr that j- the British government, not prolecled Canadian wool maau that brought the wool Into Ctnidi. That Is our argument. We. fall to aee There the principle of protection r tree trade caters fato the transac- ton and the writer ot thu editorial la be Keenly must have been trying to 'igure out some intricate problem. In auction bridge wHea'he allowed his reasoning to delve to deeply as to put any other construction on our ar- gument. Western Canada ant wool growers.are not asking for pro- tection for their commodities. The can meet the world 'on the open mar ket. All they ask is that others ft the samo. THE GERMAN INTRIGUES PASSING Milkinoa visorouily defending the price of mHfc ta that city. Mr. Lous Sievert, who'was probably orcnto's oldest 1 away aVhis home. lured Into taking trips to j It appears that Botb has on The4slfuation Southern Alberta different H ICO jjeople were to tie OP R. between Leth r too-pleased to and i Cardaton red bf ToIuiilaritT doing VnaMie'u S From this distance to the tacts of the Bolo Pasha affair, which-so. stirred France last spring. But here is some inrerestlog detail'of one phase, of the pre-Qer- man propaganda-ln France: Chanron; a simple soldier of-France, was In Brussels when iUe war broke onL He was captured by the Germans bui escaped from tnem and made Ills -way to Holland. He carried with.him important. secret. Icifoiination of great value to tis country; he hastened, like a'trne patriot, lo his -to tho authorities Parts.'-tin Aug'.'27i 1915, he wrote froni Rolterdanv to a member of .the Ffencb government, in theso terms as an ardent patriot in Bl] circumstances and at ail.times- conv to'make .known -to you, arrival In" France that from sources: lu-Bele'um- 3 a certain Bolo, who, i! is well known; In :Paris, was chief In the German espionage rhls side numerous' French whom he able to 'bur over a lot 'of money. These 'person's ate ly placed magntratas political per aonages and functionaries Pre- fecture ofPolIce.'To my an? ut tue a people nce In to the are for tkey aifcear b Major J. MacDonald. of the 41th Battalion, son ot E. M. W.P., ot Plclou, ha? been seriously wounried. William Cool ot Victoria, aged 100 years, has signed a registration card signifying his willingness.to do farm work. Owlcg to the dearth of clergymen, mauy. English churches in London, Eng., are eliminating Sunday morning Germany has awarded to tho fa'mlly ot F.nrique. the Spanish composer who perished, with his wife in tho sinking ot the.steamer Sussex In 1916, an Indemnity ot pe- 1 set as. Robert Coyle has.completed thirty seven years' continuous service as a member of the Chatham Ore depart menL He.went to Chatham from OL tawa and In 15S1- was attached to the Chatham brigade. Ith 'the The national, restaurant ia London 35 proved such, a success more are to be openeii In Londou Ight ia tbe provinces. Q.arterinaster.Sergeanl. T. -A. P. Vost, has left Calgarj" for 'a lecture our in tho United Slates and o be gono (or at least threa moaiha. VoWems ot the var will be the suh ect'of his lectures A double triangle will. be placed .bore the ol Jewish1 EQ! Instead 6t a irglnx people la do n exccse tcr pot into d6, 1 ares' Ira tne oiteam and i the-darfc msttion slafce between d the advent of Henry {'Fords very n'einl fortune getter i LIARS f DEAD YET. The Gorman dispatch writer told us that the Canadian advance east of Arras was accomplished by .the use of an overpowering number at tanks Fred Livesay, Canadian Press cor-: respondent at the front led that the German yarn was than 20 tanks having been u ed The German reputation'for veracity in this -war has peen zero, and'the little discrepancy noted aboie slmjilr out what has been -known so long The only trouble Is that the German people at home haven t learned what a liar the fic- tion -writer" of the German geperal staff really Is, or they would bave risen yf and kicked the kaiser aid his and the pren agents into (he Bilne long ago and thus have settled the war In .the only way be settled, that by forsaking the nonsensical tato their by the amy'jnnkers Buf German kultur" seema'to have heen drilled Intb them so lone that they I IT e on lies and the only yay to change Heir nature Is at the of a bayonet-rand that on German eoll. hem halljsk TOU for BjTiaterview he lime give I and the naariefot tie oaages KaVe hat'intormjtion to now I can tell you that these important per sonages': are' Belgians and that they {or.our dear couh- ry." Shortly after this Chanron returned o France. Immediately upon hjs ar- ival In France the police arrested :in under instructions from headquar- ers; and for more than a, year he-WAS :ept in under a charge, which was never pushed of espionage This seems an Incredible story.'-bnt Is Chauron wrbte-Tvas lalvy, "Mlmstei of the Interior, a4 f charge of tie" 3 ecret serviceman d ra police force of. the country ilfllvj pal of Bolo, and lie put Chanron where be conld do no harm to Bolo hile the latter travelled to the Jnlled Stated to secure German gold rom von with which to my a Pans newspaper vjith In luencG he hoped" to fandeimire French sterm [nation and bring abou a sur Iff Germany By i'series dramatic develop- nentc the reonspiracy was destroyed fell from l and the defeatism were brought o the bir Incidental lo this Ar Cbauron honorably re- eased from custody THE AUSTRALIAN WOOL IMPORTATION V The Heralds editorial com znentfog on the apparent unfairness to Cuidlan growers caused by tho Importation ofV30 000 MO pounds ol Australian, wool Into Canada a week IT contemporary attempts to ridicule the free trade leanings, re- "vVfiat evidently harts Is the tome grower, Is discriminate! n application of the policy Irtlcfcthe dallr has not yet Ceased to Wlttaat endeavoring to get at the weekly assumes that th fcy whfcb ,th wool fond irey Into rjaniij, simply fraiiii U jfe were llvmg In normal times a hititer of the war frJBSiclton The British gorem omt cmtncta to Woollm and then dlr I'mto.M.m ft AtntnHte -wool to (apply the rliw ma TU iiawu vi has been'appointed 10 represent Oi tarlo the'conference of represonta lives from thft different provinces to discuss uniformity of legislation in tbe Dominion. Mrs. Robin 'A. Smith .Toronto, moth er of R. Home-5niith and Bruce Smith Toronto, is dead at Niagara, Ont De- ceased was the widow of-Mr. Justice Smith of Winnipeg, :anR daughter- o: the latg Judge Lizars' of Stratford Ont. The United Uon bas bannedvlhejuse.ct pleasure automobiles motorcvcfes" and motor boats east of Mississippi River Sunday to permit replenishment of dl minlsbed gasoline stores. H main in effect until stocks are built'up B. B. MeeV, president of a million dollar fruit growing and packing torn pany Oroville; California, and me'm her of the state board of prison direct ors, has relfquished his business, positions, to beco.me a private in tho ar tilery corps. A G errnan. aviator landed. .In zeuij lasj and imme opened his machfn gun 4-Tlw population hastil sought shelter Sub eqnant mvest Ration proved the airman was drunk. He Godirev Jones of (Vales, is the Briilsn workmgman to "nttain "th rank of general He enh fed In ti ranks and during -the war has bee teadily promoted until he was m colonel a short tlms ago He sea. .nominated I -p- r-, yx_ "Major J C Halsey, who has been taltent at Balfour' Military Sanitar for .-the last year Is dead. Th major, who went overseas from Princ Rupert with the 102nd racted on active'service a stcknes developed into tuhercu Sbellsvand air bombs have no peril r -'a-, stamp: collector, in pursuit stamps. '-The stamp collectors of Pari jinelr hooby and attend ths veekly market on tho despit Go'thas -and Berthas. Host of them ire old men and women, carrvjne bi containing) the collection of'a lifetime; .some 'of -them priceles. Two new. gieehhacksfrtho first o ,ha United States wartime currency are In "JTbey are the arid. .feiiral reserve -'hank note ntd especially to replace the si rer certificates wifidrann from ci (on of Coloapl Harry Cullef to lue Var DebarlmW Glen lad-ol thirteen years ild and the efie t EQ.U of Alex Fer of Theodore. Sask., was" thrcTwn and killed by ra horse he was riding. Us stirrup straps too and IB had put his through the straps above the stirrups', Disappointed by the.'evidence lor unrest' In British jastern concern with nn eye ou propo'-ty Arm of the rraser -River-last JUM, bas alloVfed an option to, expire and has wilhdran'n Torn Iho fleMi 3tr J R. :n-ltistrial'coiuniB3.ioner, says tho.com pany proposedji.bullding'a plant at a Vof Intending to use scrap roe and'certaln of the iron ores British Columbia. Montreal, Ans on a Maritime i express wore mystified yeslerday when ihey a German sailor In the uniform of the 1'un navy, movfng about without let or imdrarice, and mailing cards to Ger- many, In his, own language. He was g' big six foot, ruddy Saxon, with prominent moustache thai turned np In real Kaiser style and his )pen neck was very red as though ie had been splashed with nhmpnel On one side of It was an old wound, which according to hla be re- ceived when he was on Iho Wllhcliri Der Orotse, when lhat auxiliary crul ser was sent down by If M S High flyer Frlti who refusal lo give bis name was taken prisoner In that action put on board a British vessel and sent (p Jamaica, alter which he brought lo Canada and placed in an Internment camp at Amherst Now he Is bMng expa'riated as an ex aAd he counts on to lie failierlanfl wlthm _lveek8, Tho name ot the German sailor is Karl Onalar Schaner If nald he Is cbiri here ol the consul of Switzerland ANOTHER SPANISH STEAMER SUNK Ptrfc, Span lih the has bMti torpMaM according (o a Mud. rid to Ui> JournaL returnl th'reaj culition as the silver r Jphn Street Commls- of .Tomato', is Jfad. Here Off mans are up gainst ias bsra "rer- Kermlt has been award- d hls services serve is melted Into 'bullion [or ex port to the Allies. tas Irene K. .Berdan, once a Call fornia mountain who progressed frc-'m a ihllk wagon 'driver to "a nurse and later to a position as ariianlpmo- bile saleswoman, vrfU serve, as an am- buianco driver with the Blfth ambu lance .corps ot Canada. ArfhuFi'layfalr, dead In Brighton; Arthur born at Blcholr, India, His first appearance on .Iho London stage was .In- December, 18S7. He played many, parts on the English and visited America In 1301 and'1904. TJr. P. H. Howard. touts, mem- her of tho Chamber of Commerce of that. city, la convinced of the.oesttalily and1 brutality ol the German. soldier. Dr. Howard Is back in !ho United States after serving with the Salvation Army. He raado the trip (0 UI1 just what he has seen happen to some ol the boys who Save gone across seas to fight the (Un, 'The Diainorid and Ohio Match com- panies, (he largest corporations of their kind In the world, mane an Ini- tial expenditure last April -lit J7W30 for sites near Spofime; anil .t.'orS'hWng carried on.; now .will soon result 'In ar.sthcf .important In rFrora Our Own Nobleford, were .cburch.-her last SundaS by Rev W R Qnt fiths It Ibal our own P3P tor will be able to take the service next The iocaljRed.Cross committee knowledge thanks a gift of 3 towels for "Munel Burns School will start next Tuesda; morning and are be present Tho tew1 principal will be in.charge and a ver profi Jopkc d .1 or Mr. McKinnon, the traveling inspec tor of the Guelph and Ontario Lpa Society, paid a 'business visits.her looking propert that bis firm In r Thd'new bank buildmg will he op ened for the public' use on Tuesda nexL The building, whigh I fireproo LJ i y? full cemen basemeuf unaeniwAh, stands at th corner of "Main street and Raihva Ave., and Is in a..commandlng posltlo i.n the viHaBe-Tlie'taterior has bee fitted up in goQd; style and .'make quite a comfortahie place for a ban! ing business Rooms on the secon floor have- beensfitted up-.for tb staff and the bulging which is quit modern and has'ils own well is nea ed throughout Miss has :accepled a pos lion at the Starllne School for th coming year, n On Labor Day.lhe leachera of th Sunday School are putting on a pr nlc. for the youngster' ot the towi They will bo taken by ca' 10 the rive and all pro looking forward tq A vei enjoyable lime. The local biseball.team pafd'a vis to Commerce on Monday evening an with a' score 5 runs to 3 Thursday Commerce pal a vhlt here the loci team 1 to 0 A is expecle .0 go lo Baron1! nexljtpndaj for th Day team looking forwari.'Sto f having a goo :ime jMr Collins hils'irrlvcd here an laken up, hla rUldeice rin belonging tS'Mf Noble toundi tioh. Ltd, for that city, O t >f of the protracted hot, dry weather, the water, supply of St. Thomas Is getting aml lo consequence the Board Comml8- slonor.H has just itsiied a request that every means.pt he prac- ticed by All -thfi reserve wells have out and nectcd up, The third annualschool fair will I held at the of Agr'lcultur Claresholm, on Friday Seplembt Gth. This school fair Is'conducted b lho School of Agriculture under Ih direction of lho Department ot Agri iilturc. The pupils iTCtilyfive rin schools are the-raisin of vegetables, ndwors, calve and chickens, extiiblU grains, weed and collection stwlng cooidngt cranldg Utid tulle The prize JHf ________ 0( Agriculture, the business men C areshoim. the ail others f .The hoys of the Pig Clubs of Clare Ii61m, Slavply.'and tirariiim, will t hftjlt their pigs' at thls-School Fair; The S 0 H boys of Clireaholm di ill meet aeparalely as usual to- morrow. f M CHRISTIAN SCIENCE i lUill Block, 7th Strttl t. Service at 11 tn. Subject; "Christ .Jetut." Tho Sunday School Is oKiacrl Mrlnil July and Apgust i i.vtrfr2 i tt t p.m. Ort room Is open da Ktf Sundays and legal hoUdays, from I (o 6 p m, Hero Ibo Hlblo and author ItiA lltcralurs borrowed "or jmimnti. Tiit t It (iordlnlfr Invited (6 church U tUU tie room METHODIST We'lev Church Chat. Cragg, B.' D, Pallor. Heeldenco 220 llth St. 9. Phones Paroonage 404, Church, SJurfy 408 Ilaude Huahts, L.A.B., Mus. DIrtctor 10 .a.m. morning service; Subject, "Coil of Efficiency.' This is the, opening Sunday of the fall A very special given for all members and adherents U> bo 12 noon, ritble'school and es The Camp FJre girls are urged to be present to cvirpreU for a plcnif on 730 p hi Evening "56rvico.? Subject "The Church and Labor, How the Church fulled la' Meet the Demand of Today. BAPTIST Flnrt Baptist Chirch Cor. Srd Ave. >nd tth 81. S. Rev. C. 3jker, Putor Services will be held, mnrntng evening. Morning Service, 11 'a.m. Evening Service, 7.30 p.m. E. A. Robertson, of Wolfville Univers- ity N, 3 will conduct these services Sunday School meet after the morning service ANGLICAN Sti Cytirtan-j Church Cor IHh Striet fni 8th Rev Canon W V McMlllen Ai fteetir 5 II t'm Sunilty tni 3 fm Hoty Jfd days at SOD, 2nd and 4th Sunday! t II Sundiyi 4 pi" "fid RoV C B will conduct the mornfngnservfcc and Holy Commiin Ion strvido at. Cyrplan's church on SundAy moriilng' Jt 11 Sunday School classes will reopen In the aflemiJon ot ,3 o clock H Is hODed pil ihfl sclioltird will C If t. Cbrutiaa Car. Irt Avt and Kh S. Oliver L 612 Seventh Street South Phone S02 Hlble School nt 1030 Tomorrow Is Cradle Iloll day. Mothers who arc interested are'speclally'ro- quested to bo-present at 11. preaching service al Christian Endeavor, Preaching service al 130 nov W J Jobnaiono, tt Calgary, ulll oeoupy the pulpit both moranif and evening T i ______ l' PENTECOSTAL PENTECOSTAL ASOEMRLV 20S Thirteenth 8t N Rev C M Sertlccs Snndsy.'lO.M and ,7.80 p'.'Tn. Tiiisdar and ThurJdays '8 ptn Ltangolfal n 1 and MM "ScoU ing A Hearty Welcome to All t, NORTH 'LETflBRIOGE QOSPEU HALL (Late 511) N1 flartlst Church) Speaker lohn Hae 131h St N ,'Bundar School 34pm 'Evening Service, 7.30. Subjoctt Throne of i J'lnal Judgment" Welcome, SALVATJON ARMY ra In Adj and Hamilton dftlee enirgc, Sundly 11 nm 3 am! 7 30 Sunday School, 2 pmi Monday, Thursday, 8 pm, Tuesday, 7 30 p m Corp Wednesday, 2pm, 'he rlfadel Bin if in Sunday and Tburcday Servlcci, ;