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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 31, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta itv THE DAtLt ttWULto tbe INO I fth Street VlMMNIMIII ae TtHPMiNM price than the prevail ing market for wool either In Canada or the United States with the result a slump In Canadian prices has on the American where the government stepped n and fixed the wool price At the Igure which obtained on July 30 of taet no such ilttmp has Occur Thus toe Canadian growers are placed at a disadvantage as compared with the American growers and tills s nM a good thing ftr the greater production It may be In erettlns for the weekly to know that t was the British not tfce protected Canadian wool manu that brought the wool Into That 49uT4TMly WvM per by par by nr by per yamr at nvlnr ot dally aMftJM MA of papera rfto fc authority to eontlaue tfca sufc HE PROGRESS THE WAR With the Germans driven north of the the French and British j armies have finally removed any menace to Paris and and i have pushed the offensive into and fceyond the territory they held before the offensive of the Germans last To the north the British are moving along the Cambrai have reached and and French are closing In on Peronne the French and Americans are poshing forward the line In the Solssons re AntlBolshevikl forces in Russia have recorded and have Inflicted telling defeats in Is our argument We fall to see where the principle of protection or free trade enters into the transac tion and the writer of the editorial in the weekly must have been trying to Figure out some intricate problem in auction bridge when he allowed his reasoning to delve to deeply as to put any other construction on our ar Western Canada farmers and wool growers are not Asking for pro tection for their They can meet the world on the open mar All they ask Is that others do the PICKED PASSING Afe vigorously defending the price of milk In that v 4 Lous who was probably Torontos oldest passed away at6 is Major ot the 44th son of of has been seriously William Cool of aged 100 has signed a registration card signifying his willingness to do farm Owing to the dearth of many English churches in are eliminating Sunday morning Germany has awarded it the family of Enrique the Spanish composer who perished with his wife in the sinking ot the steamer Sussex In an Indemnity of pe Robert Coyle has completed thirty seven years continuous service aa a member of the Chatham flro depart He went to Chatham from Ot tawa and in 18S1 was attached to the AN NOT A Because of congestedtraffic In the people are being ijrged to travel as little as Even the great railway tourist resorts aidnot adver tise their attractions this Jn order that travellers be r lured Into taking trips to furtherftn gesttfle The situation fa Southern If 100 aeople the between Leth and Cardston would tpaTleased to I the dailjp servei line voluntarily doing minent lsurging itr people to do ei cosslderjjl It excuse Into effect aAefr that credit to dark Ages In the transition THE GERMAN INTRIGUES IN Prom this distance it was to get all the facts of the Bolo Pasha j Chatham affair which stirred France last But here is some interesting detail of one phase of the preQer man propaganda in France a simple soldier rf was in Brussels when the war broke He was captured by the but escapedfrom them and bis way to He carried important secret of great value to his country he like a true to send to the authorities Oil he wrote to a member of French in these terms My duty as an ardent patriot in all circumstances and at all timescom mands to make known to fcefpreiny arrival in France that from authentic sources la Belgium I learned that a certain It is well known in was a big chief in the German espionage It appears that Bolo has on his side numerous French whom he was able to buy over for a lot of These persons are high ly placed political per sonages mad Pre fecture of To my it ap BeceJiinr put these In order to In lit the Sacks as statedi r appear to As r ajri je in er Street commit s Metae a sdnTthe dfernfians are up against has been Ver i the oxteam and the advent of Henry Fords very useful fortune 4BERLIN LIARS NOT ALL DEAD The German dispatch writer told us that the Canadian advance east of Arras was accomplished by the use of an overpowering number of Fred Canadian Press cor respondent at the front yesterday cab led that the German yarn was a myth less than 20 tanks having The German reputationfor veracity In this warhas fceen hovering1 near and the little noted above simply bears out what has been known The only trouble is that the German people at home havent learned what a liar the fic tion writer of the German general staff really or they would have risen up and kicked thekaiser and his with Hindy and the press agents Into the Rhine long and thus have settled the war In the only way it can ever be that is by forsaking the nonsensical pounded into their faeadb by the army But German kultur seems to have been drilled into them so long that they live on lies and the only way to change their nature is at the point ot a that on German sonages are Belgians and that they have a great love for our dear coun Shortlyafter this Chauron returned to Immediately upon his ar rival In the police arrested ilm under Instructions from headquar ers and for more than a year he was kept in jail under a which was never of Thts seems an incredible story but the explanation is The French minister to Tirhom Chauron wrote was Minister of the who ladcharge of the secret serviceancl he police force of the Mfilvy Was a pal of Bolo and te put Chauron where he could do no harm to while the latter travelled to the Tnlted States to secure German gold torn yon with which to uy a Paria with whose in luence he lipped to undermine French determination and bring a sur render to By a series of dramatic develop the conspiracy was Malvy fell from and the ireachers of defeatism were brought o the Incidental to of THE AUSTRALIAN WOOL Using The Heralds editorial com menting on the apparent unfairness to growers caused by tbe Importation ot pounds of Australian wool into a week ly contemporary attempts to ridicule the Heralds free trade re marking Whit evidently hurts Is that the home yrowcc is discriminate i agaipgt ky application of the policy Which be dally has not yet ceased to Without endeavoring to get at the weekly awfumea that the by whiob the Australian wool fjund ita way Canada was aimply a trade transaction il jjp were Hvlnc in normal times As matter of fact the entry of Australian wool wan an outandout war Tbe British govern ment contracts to Canadian otMnafactureri and then div pounds at Australian wool to the raw ma This wool is ayaUable a jrbu for the iftme give thei r Sonrce of my Information1 and the namesof now I of eniisTedln the can tell you that these important perrankg and during the war has been Matthew of has been to On tario at the conference of representa tives from the different provinces to discuss uniformity of legislation in the Robin moth er of Home Smith and Bruce is dead at De ceased was the widow of Justice Smith of and daughter of the late Judge Lizars of The United tion lias banned of motorcycles and motor boats east of Mississippi River on Sunday to permit replenishment ot di minished gasoline It re main in effect until stocks are built president of a million dollar fruit growing and packing com pany at and mem ber of tbe state board of prison direct has rellquished his official business positions to become a private in the artllery A German aviator landed In Cad and imme diately with machine civllianj population hastily sonifht Subsequent gallon proved the airman was yifcry GodfreyJones the first wprkingman attain the Kermlt Rowjjwelt has been award ed thevMllltarrOrosF for his services with the British army in The restaurant in London has proved snch a success that four more are to be operiett In London and eight In the Quartermaster Sergeant has left Calgary for a lecture tour in the United States and expects to be gone for at least three Problems ot the war will be the sub ject of his I A double triangle will be plijbed above the grave of every Jewlshfsot df a as H rejcommetida tion ot Colonel Harry Cutlet to the War Glen lad thirteen years and the sqn of of was thrown and killed by a horse he was His stirrup straps were too long and he had put his feet through the straps above the Disappointed by evidence of la bor unrest In British an eastern industrial concern with an eye on propertyonHhe North Arm Fraser Rivet last has allowed an option and has withdrawn from the flehli says the com pany a plant at a cost of intending to use scrap iron and certain of Ae iron ores of British Chauroa eased from honorably re MONTREALERS HAVE ALiniESENSAIION on a Maritime express were mystified yesterday when they saw a German sailor in the uniform of tbe Hun moving about without let or and mailing cards to Ger in his own He was a big ruddy with a prominent moustache that turned up In real Kaiser style and his open neck was very red as though he had been splashed with On one side of it was an old according to hla he re ceived when he was on the Wilhelm Der when that auxiliary crui ser was sent down by High who refused to give hla was taken prisoner In that put on board a British vessel and sent to which he was brought to Canada and placed in an internment camp at NOW be is being expatriated as an ex change and he counts on returning to the faflierland wlthta three The name ol the German sailor Is uitaT It lg said he is oaneer hi neck and canaot live in charge here at the consul of ANOTHER SPANISH STEAMER SUNK Another the has been torpedoed according to a Mad rid dispatch to steadily promoted until he was named colonel a short time He hasnow a Major who has bpen a patient at Balfour Military Sanitar ium for tho last year is Tbe who went overseas from Prince Rupert with the 102nd con tracted on active service a sickness winch later developed into tubercul Shellsand air bombs have no perils for a stamp collector in pursuit of The stamp collectors of Paris follow their hobby and attend their weekly market on the curb despite Gothas and Most of them old men and carrying big scrapbooks containing tie collections of a lifetime some of them Two new first of tba United States wartime are In They are the 51 and federal reserve bank notes planned especially to replace the sil ver certificates withdrawn from cir culation as the ireasurys silver re serve Is melted into bullion for ex port to the MJus Irene once a Cali fornia mountain who progressed from a milk wagon driver to a nurse and later to a position as an blle will serve as an nm bulance driver with the 644th ambu lance corps of Arthur the is dead in Arthur Playfair was born at His first appearance on the London stage was in He played many parts on the KnglUh and visited America in 1901 and mem ber of the Chamber of Commerce of that In convinced of tho bestiality andbrutality ot the German Howard Is back iu the United States after Horving with the Salvation He made the trip to tell just what he has seen happen to some of the boys who have gone across seas to fight the Tbe Diamond and Ohio Match com the largest corporations of their kind In the made an ini tial expenditure last April ot for sites near Spokane and the work being curried on now will soon result In another important in dustry for thut On aceminl of UIH protracted dry the water supply of Thomas is getting very and in confluence the Board of Commis sioners lias just issued a request that every means of conservation be prac ticcd liy All tho reserve wells liavc Uaw blown out and con uectucl OPENNEWBANK BlpyOBLEFORO fFroih Our 6wn were conducteS church here last Sundayby thfe Grif It that our own pas tor will be able to take tbe services next The Cross committee ac knowledge with a gift of 31 towels for School will slart Tuesday are urged to be ifew Mr will be in charge and a very looked for ward the traveling inspec tor of the Guelph and Ontario Loan paid a business visit here this property firm are new bank building will be op ened for the public use on Tuesday The is built of cement basemen stands at the corner of Main street and Railway and is in a commanding position in the The interior has been fitted up in good style and makes quite a comfortable place for a bank ing Rooms on the second floor have beoiu fitted up for the staff and the which is quite modern and its own well is heat ed throughout Miss Hunt has accepted a posl tion at the Starline School for the coming On Labor Day the teachers of the Sunday School are putting on a pic nic for the youngsters of the They will be taken by car to the river and all are looking forward a very enjoyable Tlie local baseball team paid a visit to Commerce on Monday evening and returned victorlpus with a score of 5 runs to Thursday Commerce paid a visit Here and the local team 1 to A good teamis expected to go to niext Mjuiflay for the Labor Day team is looking a good Collins here and taken up his in a bimea low belongingttivthji Noble Founda AUGUST IMS BOWISLAi from Our Correi Bow tiftd Her pupils wilt give a rdctfat bn Monday evening In the basement of tho Michaels A good attendance Is Livingstone of MacLeod Was a finest here on Wllmot left on Thursday lor Many will be gratified to know that arrangements are tinder way foi the presentation ot an impromptu pro gramme some evening next week commemoration ot the opening ot the recently erected Bow island public Clyde Bell left this week for Mrs entertained Curing the tea hour on Monday In courtesy to Reade who left on for eastern Can and Hurlbut who have been the guests of and Hilrt Ifeber during the past have to their home in Carmancay Hiilpln was a guest In Medi cine Hat over the Reid returned on Saturday from The many friends of Ray will be pleased to learn his health Is grad ually Taylor returned from the north country on Hurst and daughters re turned home on Sunday from Devils The many friends ot George Scott will be delighted to learn of his return home from the Medicine Hat hospital and to know he is very satis factorily Bateman is home on leave for thirty and Reid and family ot LethbrWge who have been guests of during thp past two returned to their homes last MacWtlllams leaves next week for Medicine where she will reside during the coming school A special meeting of the of the United Church will be held In the church parlors on Tuesday even Gilbert will be in charge of the meeting and an Interesting ses sion is assured all those who Mack was the guest of Werts during the Needham left on Thursday for The Grandlea TRed Cross Society was delightfully entertained at the home of Prowse day The next meeting will be the home of the afternoon of A good attendance is and and family left where pntmhnent rtml ari4 who made many trletids in this district diifing stay with and left on Monday last tor Winnipeg Where that will remain duv Ing coming i Galvln ot liUke was weekfehtt guest of Heber The ladles aid ot the United churoii was delllhttully entertained at the of First on Thursday The next meeting of the aid Held at the home of Herman Schonert on the afternoon ot Bedell returned to Taber on Monday after spending the week and Scott motored to Medi cine Hat on Steve Halpin arrived home on Monday from Wbrk tor tilt tot and Leth bridge have returned home after a delightful vacation ape it In Stewart expects to leave shortly for where she will be the guest of her Off 81AM VIBITIN6 CANADA in cognito as the Duchess the Crown Princess of Slam arrived in Victoria yesterday on the Japanese steamer Kamo the distin guished lady Is travelling or her and proposesafter a short stay in making a tour of Canadian It was explained by her secretary that the Princess de aired seclusion While seeking a rest cure in this BANFF SPRINGS HOTEL In the Heart of a Grander Switzerland THE CANADIAN PACIFIC ROCKIES summer resort of many discriminat ing The outdoor life motoring pony riding on mountain the open air Sulphur the roomy rest fulness of the big hotel with its excel lent ballroom and or itfl splendid cuisine and combine to give Banff its Moderate Get to know Canada better ASK FOR RESORT TOUR District Calgary Tho third annual school fair will be held at the School of on September This school fair is conducted by the School of Agriculture under the direction of tho Department of Agric The pupils of twentyfive rural schools are competing in the raising of and and making exhibits of weed and insect capnipg and The prize wfilchlia ft long jmg been tfte Department of the businnss men of the Agricultural and The boys of the Clubs of and will ex hibit their piga at this School The ijoyo of Claresholni and Grunnm districts will bo In attendance and will be awarded their badges of bonor on this For these boyu a number of competitions have been arranged for which prizes will be Admission to the Fair is free and everybody is PRESBYTERIAN Knox Church Corner 4th and 8th Street Capt Pastor Acting 10 Boya Big Sisters Bible Big Brothers Bible Other Department of Sun School 4 Chinese The evening service will commence at THE UNITED CHURCH OF NORTH LETHBRIDGE Pastor 1271 5th Phone 1659 10 Class meeting for boys and 10 Boys Department of the in the 11 Regular Beginners and Primary De partments of the in Girls Department of the In the Adult Department of the in the Labor All departments of the Sunday School will meet separately as usual to N SCIENCE CHRISTIAN MMll 7th Street Swidav Service at 11 t Subject Christ The SundaySchool is closed during July i Wednesday Testimony meets lag at 8 CKe reading room is open Iail7 ex Sundays and legal from S to 6 the Bible and author lied Christian Science literature may be borrowed or Tbe public is cordlnlly invited to at tend the church also to tbe reading room METHODIST Wesley Church Residence 320 nth Parsonage Study 408 Claude Director 10 morning Cost of ThiH 1s opening Sunday of the A very special request Is given for all members and adherents to bo 12 Bible school and The Camp Fire girls are urged to be present tp complete arrangements for a picnic on 7 30 Evening The Church and How the Church Failed to Meet the Demand of ANGLICAN St Cytulairs Church 1MB Street 8th Canon Rector Sunday Bible 3 EVENSONG Holy and 3rt Sun days at 2nd and 4U Sundays at 11 Sundays at 4 The Snow will conduct tbe morning service and Jloly Conunun ion service Cyrplans church on Sunday morning at Sunday School classeswllV reopen in the afternoon ut 3 It is hoped tbjO scholars will be ent holiday BAPTIST Pint Baptist Church 3rd and tth Patter Services will be morning and Morning 11 Rvening of Wolfville Univers will conduct these Sunday School will meet after the morning Christian Church 3rd and 8th Oliver Patter 612 Seventh Street South Phone 502 Bible Schoolat Tomorrow is Cradle Roll Mothers who are interested are specially re quested to be present at Preaching service at Christian Preaching servlce at of will ocoupy the pulpit both mornnlg and PENTECOSTAL PENTECOSTAL ASSEMBLY 205 Thirteenth Paster 357 16th Services and Tuesday and Evangelist and Scott aiaijt A Hearty Welcome to NORTH LETHBRIDGE GOSPEL HALL Late 5th Baptist Church Speaker John 635 131U Sunday School 34 Kveniiie Throne 91 Final Everybody SALVATION ARMY T AdL and offloera IN 11 3 and Sunday 2 8 Corp 2 Home 8 Life Saving Scouu and The Citadel Band in Sunday and Thursday ;