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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 2, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta rm Itetalb ANOWBBKkV fttfHHers and Pvfcimwf JViTHBRlMB HBRALO klMITBC Bit tth Street Letharldfe Buchanan A IMSMajBt and Managing Director feu Ton ante Business Manatar t T j TELEPHONES itaaea Office HIS l Office Utt That II the crux of the fuel Probably the recent registration of the Canada win duce fis Bubserlptlen Ratsai par weak M per year fcy per year 7 by per yeat by mall par year to of expiry of subscriptions ap dally on addraaa label of papers ttte etpiraUtai date la authority to continue the sub THE PROGRESS OF The Italians in local attacks yes terday improved their positions on he Italian front against the Attacksover Dominion Day on the front have wonderfully im proved the allied Bri tish and Americans all record suc The Americans in a brilliant attack captured th town of while the French and British repulsed at tacks on their and also made successful raids which gained for them more NEED OF MINERS OF FUEL It Is to be hoped that the frenzied already countenanced too long in will soon be re placed by some well organized unos tentatious action by the coal and dealers and rail which will result In a more tan Bible guarantee against a fuel famine next la the good advice handed out recently to Winnipeggers and by Toronto Saturday Continu Saturday Night declares that there has been altogether too much cant be done raving by a certain who either do not yet real ize a war is or are playing a vote campaign so much in that the public has become some what Instead of BO many Jaunts to Ottawa by civic Who seem to still assume that the United States and Federal officials in this country have been working some eort of a Jolly in the recent definite order about the serious coal greatly intensified by the entrance of the United States Into the they be much better employed mak ing a real serious effort to get in stock every available ton of western Nor is it right that the problem should be left to the i The Provincial and Federal Govern anenta are equally Insteadof so many overlapping talkative fuel would it not be much more effective to secure aome central made np of competent and practical representa tives from the Federal and Provincial the mining interests and who would be wholly responsible for the necessary supply of ooal at each point The governments i are sadly lacking in any special dis play of Initiative in a matter which transcends all others just now in There 4s no doubt about what will happen to the prairie popu lation if sufficient fuel is not sup If any families to a poiat which so many talk it will be the fault of lacka daisical Government There is ample wood and coal in Western Canada to keep everybody comfort able throughout the winter oil it la up to the Governments to lay such unified organisation full powers to insure the public ut all danger of fuel I It will not be done with The time for that has long The only thing that unta nowjs and particularly rlajt ths summer njontbs before grain movement if Krrerament has to finance the with over half of British Empires coal supply In Western it does much for the Wests much to talk BO about treating to death under It Is time to stand qw our own Night would do much to Bfthen Us campaign on behalf of ooal for Western Canada Induce the government to practical in the way of supply of Coal i wltfcin ten miles of Let bridge I tyffff Capacity tor about tons They are raiaiujj little wore We might be lftf tow more a year of the 4WBW4s from this on a point it he miners were THE MEANING OF RECENT WAR It was announced says the Toronto apparently upon the authority of the Allied higher con that no endeavor will made to conduct offensive warfare In that part of the Venetian plain to the oust of the and that the will rest content with driving the Austrians back to the positions from which they started out some days This decision IB in pin due to the fact that the danger to Italy 1s not yet past and that large bodies ot Austrian troops are known to be gathering in theTrentlno an attack onr he Allies the be the height of for the Italians to press forward into Julian Alps leaving a powerful ene my in a position from which he might repeat the tactics otCaporetto with even more disastrous Sound requires that un til the enemy menace on the Plateau and along the Brenta is re moved by a decisive Italian victory on the Alpine front the Austrians shall not be pressed back from the Plave to the But there are more than local reas for General FVchs decision in favor of defensive warfare in Yen He Is endeavoring by every means at hie command to build up the reserve army with which he hopes at the most favorable moment to re sume open warfare upon a icale that OverHoliday Bulletins 00 July Robert Borden and his colleagues have gone to OCCUPY July troops troops have occupied the cap ital of the Caucasian and the largest city In Caucasus dis CAPTURE HUN July tJie aggres sive south of the the French captured a German strong point near southwest ot adding to their recent gains in this DENY recent report ot the capture of by German war Is wlthdutjfoun according to a dispatch receiv ed here from will Insure speedy victory the He requires jot the Italian army the same selfsacrifice toward that great end which he has already obtained from the and American On the West tern front since March 21st the Allies have met four great enemy attacks with purely defensive They have been content to lose xground and to hold the Germans firmly at the maximum point ot advance rather than incur heavy casualties In recap turing the territory overrun by There seems scarcely any reason to doubt that in the battle of the Flan ders ridges at the end of and in the last phase of the battle of the Oise early in the present the Allied troops available for use could have recovered a large part of the ground fought over upon these occa The men engaged must have been keenly desirous of doing and only the strong will of the commander expressed fn definite orders Ithe Allied army could have held them strictly to the defen sive save for one day of vigorous counterattacking along the when the enemy came too close to The Italians can have no quarrel with General Foch if he follows In Italy the same prudent course so consistently pursued in France of holding the line with the slightest possible taking heavy toll of the enemy for every foot of ground Insists upon and leaving time to secure for the Allied armies through the arrival of American rein numerical superior ity that was lost when Russia and Roumania retired the It had been supposed generally that this policy must involve the postpone ment of Allied offensive on a great scale till the summer or early fall of 1919 and the continuation of hostilities That view may be modified In face of the offi cial statements appearing from week to week as to the apeeding up of the transportation of American troops to At the present rate of ship ment there will be at least a million and a half Americans in France by the first and a million of them will be Infantry of firstline A winter in the trenches will harden these men sufficiently to enable them by March or April of 1919 to become part ofthe Allied army which will try with the Germans in Aha open In that army Foch evidently hopes to have many Italians who might otherwise be thrown away during the present season in partial attacks on the Austrian positions In the Julian Alps without accomplishing any Im portant If by continuing to wage defeaiive warfare during the re mainder of the present campaigning season against the attacks Hinder burg is stand utter this comraanderInchlef can open the campaign next season with fujjy manned and an army of manoeuvre of three million of the best troops in the Untied States and the will not be long in He will have the advantage alike in and In and his achievements during the past three months in hold ing off Uia rushes of the enemy prove that he is more than a match for Hindeuburg iu tlie handling of vaut manses or TUs great defensive of Foch but the day approaches when ihu hunted wJU becopie tlie BRfAHH July British raided a German post In Avejuy north of and the enemys trenches to the west of oft Athe River few REDUCF July an nouncement was made in Berlin yes terday that a reduction of from seven to three pounds weekly would be made in the potato SOCIALIST New July Irwin fdl of the New York Was nom inated Governor and Ella HeaJe of this for Lieutenant at the Socialist parey state convention here DISSOLVE July CiechoBlovak forces have dissolved the Bolshevik counsel of workmens and soldiers delegates at according to a dispatch from Shanghai received by Reuters DENY IT June the Associated denial is made by the government of the truh of the published report that a secret treaty has been concluded between Russia and Germany regarding Po TWO July airplanes made two attempts to raid Paris be tween oclock Sunday night and two oclock this moving The firs attempt was On tho second occasion the dropped several bombs on outer Paris ILLi0 killed and injured abjCann Saturday morningby bombs dropped allied artators eays Havas dispatch from Basel Severe property damage also result Geraiaeowned Plttebnrg will be M by the Alien Property Wlllard builder of tke first elevated railway m and Inventor of the la dead In New The Government has selted the plant of the National casket at Lont laland Tfeaanry Secretary McAdoo ta now in tha west recuperating from a Identification buttons being Is sued in Harlem to draftees of Class 1 awaiting Though only 14 years of Mary Markunasto wantedfor forgery 4n given ty of The raising 6f a Slav legion is the of the new 000 army Freight rates by canal in New York State will be from 3 to 10 cents be low the rail The war merger of prese companies in the States bega to operate July Eight soldiers and 44 civilians are ld at Camp charged the theft of army A new Britishtank has reached to be used In the of the Tank One New Jersey country club has been advised that it will have without coal next r Ah of feet was reached on a recent air mail trip from Philadelphia to New York Thlrtythree billion cigarettes were consumed in the States last average of 330 tha Saskatchewan Food Control Com mlttee have resigned on account of certain regulations of the Food An aeroplane delivered letters from Montreal to the trip being made in elx with a slow A civic and Provincial welcome has been planned tor the battalion of United States troops who will visit The Senate ratified a treaty extending for five years the general arbitration agreement between the United States and Great Mary aged two daughter of Charles died In the hospital yesterday from Injuries she sustained by failing into a tub of boiling water at her Another of Mitchells pioneer resi dentsIs In the person of aged eighty He had been ill some time and resided in Mitchell 57 Some of the Six Nation Indians near Brantford but a ma jority of them did They call themselves allies and not subjects of A sentence of from 40 to 80 years been Imposed on Ruasell aged a Flint Michigan lad caught robbing a bank It was second Nolson n young York county was fatally Injured by a train while driving across the railway tracks at A returned soldier riding with him escaped dnnth bv Magistrate Maxwell of Thomas yesterday H nteticed Mike an Italian employee of the Pore Mar qnette nine months In the reformatory for petty thieving from the Patrick one ot the old settlers of this is He went to Stratford In and later moved to Mitchell uml Debiting He was for 42 years foreman on the Grand The Belgian Relief fund is now In corporated and registered at Ottawa ns a war Up to date it has remitted to Belgium cash and shipped food to the value of Fast fish freights are to be intro giving a 72hour service to Toronto from Mulgrave and Halifax and a 48hour service to Montreal three days a lack ot sufficient refrigerator cars and need to con ISSUES tiuk reported to have Issued a manl the tanpeopTe change Telegraph digpatchfroffl Mos cow under date of June calls upon the people to overthrow the pre sent DEBS ARRESTED July Debs four times Socialist windldate for the presidency of the Unitad was arrested here yenterday by United States Marshal Charlea Lapp and Deputy Marshal Boahme as he was about to deliver a SocialistVd ewft The rellt fnada Fed eral warrant In connection with Debs speech at a at June JOIN LLOYOOEORQE wmiam Morris the Austral Ian according to an change Telegraph dispatch from Mel Intends to contest a constitu ency in Great Britain for a seaUn he house of commons after the Imperial if successful the w r u1 been for spe cial work in the Th me per of sugar across the border Is to be re duced to three pounds a Following an outbreak of rabies stray dogs at sight the Congress has unanimously approv under alien an archists can promptly be stock yard ty is 4o be placed un ederal license af ten hrv Mte PuWotions will be barred from mails if a bill cently Introduced in Congress is past PM eased re endmaat will make in toe Senate on It is suggested in Washington that Balkans to be sent to tne Government has offered 1fw for leading 8 bMe to every publlca pay 8ayn to expen3eg connection 8ults REPuusgp THEM July Marne the Ourca The Germans counter attacked in an effort to recover the ground gained by the French Saturday nlfbt lithe vicinity of oTfhH The French re tainlng their new in their BOW ISLAND has Bif Tom plants on ut to totalling over Frpm the A meeting of the council of the Jd was held in thjs Council Charobvs on June A discussion tookplace rel ative to the estabiuhojent of a muni cipal hospital and was moved that in conjunction with Bratton ot the town pf Bow Island and representatives of the Mun icipai Qlstrtct of Forjylllle take im mediate steps with the provincial sec re ary to form a boapfui com prising districts 84 tha eastern tier of townships la and hat portion of 63 that desire to come together with any further territory that may be deemed eiaadlent A small debts Court Is now estab lished Claims for and now bvadiuste4 localt ly aithaito tbit lisa necaititated a trip Lethbrldaa or A laitfcr jeceivea from Whitney by his weeks Hhowa ihai he la making great strides iu number of a hv K n evidently kill ed by shells or have drif ed ashore on the New England Officers of the Wilson Packing Co of testified tnat thev eaten and relished somo Fleet and walk in the most moat comfortablt and certainly the least expen sive summer footwear you can put Wear Fleet only for evening but also for every day There are atyles for women and all JV summer town holiday wear and summer Your dealer will help you make the change from leather to Fleet Foot with pleasure and profit to for Fleet Foot costs so much less than leather that it is a real economy to wear None genuine unleaa stamped FLEET FOOT on tte The best shoe dealers sell Fleet CANADIAN CONSOLIDATED RUBBER Limited MBAO OFFICa MONTH B 28 Smia Canada 219 What Cash You Need When Travelling more when large sums are best carried in the form of a Letter of issued by The Merchants This old established form of international is preferred many experiencedtravellers becauae of its absolute Of C1dit are cashed only by banks or and after the identity of ths ftabHshed to ihe Hatisfaction of the bank H and guards against MCRCHANTSBANK Head Office OF LE1HBRIDGB MONARCH NOBLBPORD Cl ft r II1O1 IV at 13 Wlth headquarters TKW the weste1n front according to a received In Aaaoclatlon Is equal treatment for Pro testants and Roman Catholics under the Military Service Executive of tu7 Dominion M uv8 to the made by thj u townghlu dipped dwd of heart failmu Iu a booth at Ufriugto when about to Tlie members or the liiocuUve Established Acting l of CMIM WtiMn SAFETY FOR SAVING Few people are sufficiently alive to the need of selecting a tory for their This Bank pro a sale place for Lethbridgc serve doal talking it Inaavlaafcle to the Mptesfi A fire at Port Maltlanrt destroyed the large fish garage And ice house of proprietor of the Kxchange together with hte nHs and a sew Miss Westlngton of Plalnvllle while looking at family monu ment In the cemetery had her log broken by the stone slab falling on magistrate at Sand wich for more then seven years has resigned the request of the Gov according to the Chief of a former Tammany and killed himself and his three children In a fit of melan while his wife beat frantically upon the locked ddor ot their apart After one of the successful and rapid cases of police work has been done In the history of the Provincial Police Corporal Allen arrested Norman Keeler and Edwin Salisbury on changes of being responsible for six Grande Prairie murders that have terrified that die trlct during the past two The men were arrested after a gun fight lasting for an honr in which Keeler was wounded and taken to the hospitalatGrande INSURANCE BE PREPARED HAIL FOLLOWS HOT WEATHER INSURE NOW There U no saving in Only reliable companies repre Comptay Phone 1101 HAli Experience 1917 THERE WAt PAID rOM HAIL INSURANCE IN SASKATCHftWAH f ALBIH TA INIUM ANCC LOSttM TOTALLBO CVKRV UNI COM PANY PAID LOIIM INI SINCI INCOPIPORA TlbN THE BMITItH AMINICA ASSURANCE COMPANY HAS PAlp OVER IN Doesnt this appeal yeu as a good rsaian why yaw efcauM ln Ian sure with Brltli Be eats ratfar than snd now by letter er and Company Fifth Street Lsthbridae ;