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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 4, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta P HIE LETHBnilHJE HER JULY 1019 iges of Felicitation TO LLOYb Jtaly General perahlng today following message to BatM Wofd Brit premier The American army In France Ifaeli special satisfaction in know ing that yours to beside It for the anniversary of the declaration of 1 have learned with equal pleasure that the people ot England are uniting with our sol diers and suitors to olebrate the Fourth of July frith unusual bril liance uniting for a manifesta tion of sympathy and internation al concord which will remain a memorable date In the history of our two JOPFREft July Marshal In a jpectal raeamge written for the Echo on the occasion of the fourth of says In part The entry of America into the war brought the allies moral strength of the deepest but the great sister republic did not want to con tent herself with sentimental manifes With all her material power hae ranged herself beside usX Thanks to American assistance we shall surmount nil the perils of tlio hour and come out gtottbtwly twin the of so long a PtTAIN6 Qenefal Henri cortman derinchlef ot tlfe Ffefich armies In France and defender of has written letter to James American Red jross commissioner of expressing his sentiments on the occasion of American Indepen dence Me writes in part On this fourth of when we all unite to celebrate the national festival of the United I feel myself called upon to convey to you the expression of profound gratitude of tho French 1 nsk you to please transmit to the authorities and nil the members of lie American Red Cross my personal thnnks and those of the nrtnles of FROM FRONT JP AGE1 seems very still and It Is ser one and untouched by the th world as It was In those great day long ago when General Washington was here and held leisurely confer ences with the men who were to be as soclated with him in the creation of a From these gentle slopes they looked upon and saw I HUGE July have been received of second big fire In Kiev which destroyed buildings In an nrea five miles wood and grain barges at well as a bridge across the Dnieper River were AN June ar mistice between Russia and the Uk raine was signed on June by a Russian delegation headed by Ra kovsky and a Ukrainian headed by Highgrade American Dentistry GUARANTEED permanent and last as we use only the best of ma Guaranteed to suit you and give you as our skill obtained through our early training in America foremost Dental Colleges is maintained in every branch of our Guaran teed humane and Ail of our patients testify to the fact Dentistry As We Practise It Is a Gentle Art Richards Nelson High Grade American Dentistry PHONE 363 Ott 4 Doors from Lethbridge Lethbridge ALBERTA CALGARY EIGHTH AVENUE EDMONTON CRI8TALL saw It with the light of thefu turo upon saw It with the modern eyes that turned away from a pns which men of liberated spirits could no longer It IB tor that rea son that wo cannot evon here In the Immediate presence of this sac red that this was a place o It was a place of achievement It has been left for usto see to It that it shall be understood that they spoke and not for a single peo pie but for all We are happy in the thought we are permitted to do what they would have done had they been in ou There must now be settled once for all was settled for Am ftrlca in the great age upon whose in splration we This is iwely a fitting place from which calm ly to look upon our that we may fortify our spirits for its accomplish And this is the appropriate place from which to alike to the friends who look on and to the friends with whom we have the happi ness to be associated in the faith and purpose for which we Is our conception of tho great struggle in which we are engag The plot is written plain upon every scene and every act ot the sup reme On the one hand stand the peoples of the only the peoples actually but many others also who suffer under mastery but cannot of many races andin every part of the people of stricken Russifi among the though they are for the mo ment unorganized and Op posed to masters of many ar stand an friendless group of who speak no common purpose but only selfish am of their own by which none can profit but themselves and whose peoples are fuel in their governments which fear their people and yet are for the time their sover eign making every choice for them and disposing of their lives and fortunes as they as well as of the lives and fortunes of every people who fall under their ments clothed with the strange trap pings and the primitive authority of an age that is altogether alien and hos tila to our The past and present are in deadly grapple and the peoples of the world are being done to death between One There can be but one The settlement must be There can be no No halfway deci sion would be No halfway decision is These are the ends for which the associated peoples ot the world are fighting and which must be conceded them before there can be peace t The destruction of every arbi power anywhere that can separ secretely and of Us single choice PULL TOGETHER How many men and women in this community do their shopping blindfolded Funny when you think of it that thinking men and women will play Blind Mans Butt with their You dont have to shop blindfolded unless you want The OutofTown Houses started the Big Game of Blind Mans its a dangerous game for us to play in our It isnt a fair It isnt fair to It isnt fair to our It isnt fair pyr home He is helping cooperating with working with us to upbuild and improve all our home i let us play fair with ourselves and with Let us give the home merchant the first That all he disturbhe peace of the worW 1 It cannot be i a the iQMt its reduction to virtual lm the settlement of every ques ot sorer ot economic arrangement or of political relationship upon the basis of the free acceptance of that settle ment by the peoples immediately coil and not upon the basis ot the material interest or advantage ot any other nation or people which may de sire a definite settlement for the sake ot its own exterior Influence or mas The convent of all nations to bo governed In their conduct towart each other by the same principles o honor and of respect for the comtnor law of civilized society that governed the individual citizens of all modern states In their relations with one an other to the end Hint all promises and covenants may bo sacredly observed no private plots or conspiracies hatch no selfish Injuries wrought with Impunity and a mutual trust estab llshed upon the handsome foundation of a mutual respect tor The establishment of an organ ization of peace which shall make II certain that the combined power oi free nations will check enemy invasion of right and serve to make peace1 and Justice the more secure by affording a definite tribunal of opinion to which all must submit and by which every in ternatlonal readjustment that cannot be amicably agreed upon by the peo ples directly concerned shall be sanc These great objects can be put into a single What we seek is tho reign of based upon sent of the goterned and sustained by the organized opinion of These great ends cannot be achieved by debating and seeking to reconcile and accommodate what statesmen may with their pro tects for balances of power and of na tional They can be real zed only by the determination of what he thinking peoplesqf the world de with their for jus lice and for social freedom and op I can fancy that the air of this place carries the accents of such prlncl ies with a peculiar Here were started forces which the great nation which we were prlmar ly directed at first regarded as a re roll against its rightful but which it has long since seen to have been a step in the liberation of its own people as well as the people of the United States and I stand here now o proudly and with con ident the spread of his to the great stage of be world The blinded rulers of Prussia have oused forces they knew little orccs once can never ae crushed to earth for they avo at their heart otn Inspiration and a purpose whicha6 deathless and of very stuff of From Our Own Correspondent July was quite n exodus from Blairmore to the outh Fork on Sunday and Ion The disciples of Walton were among their number and a good y number were followers of Epl The two parties were evident y in perfect agreement for they laim many speckled beauties were aptured to regale the palates of the lite and to satisfy the of the i like are not so some of the partywho went south on pleasure bent on July irst arrived home only at the late of the following They lad a good time What strange things yill Vhen shall those again L an automobile and a small is reported that the hoy some vay set fire to the shack and the hack set fire to John McDonalds away on thq South on July The rear of the utomobile was badly scorched and he hind were made Quite expensive repairs will be nec ssary to put it In running John Murray and party were eturning from Beaver Mines on July The machine became stalled near The party went on to Burmis to call for When they eturned to their machine it was minus a great number of necessary arts evidently conveyed away by ome parties passing In an t will cost John upwards of o obtain the necessary The provincial government is re airing the bridges on the Old Man liver between Blairmore and here are also repairs being made on be road east of the Principal Pearson and Pearson ent to Edmonton on Friday Pearson will spend several weeks n Edmonton examining papers of the spirants to higher As June was set part by our Sovereign the King as day of prayer for the Allied Young a very pproprlate sermon on that evening in iie Union A large congrega ton was Perrin Baker of Etzlkom die was visiting his of the Sanltorlum for a few He returned home on the evening rain on July taking the train at where they had motored on tat day with other parties from the Baker and Perrin Baker vere the guests ot and Hunter on Sunday 1lnkney and his Ro and and Waster Robert Thompson vent to Calgary on Friday evening nd returned Wednesday liey were sit the They pronounce it the Miss Stinson gave Moderately for Weekend Business SILK SILK AND LISLE TRENCH AND SILK CREPE ALL FRESH STOCKS JUST IN BY EXPRESS THIS Ladies Trench Hats The most popular hat in the large cities of Canada and Unit ed in silk and Very smartest styles and Prices up to Ladies New Stripe Silk Assorted colored stripes on white All fast Stylish and Each Voile and Ging ham Dresses plain and flor al AH Selling at up to Silk Sunshades v up to Silk Sale FRIDAY Hundreds of yards of fancy and plain dress silks on sale per yard for values up to fancy pop crepe de SEE THEM IN OUR A Swell Line of Boys Shirt Waists A Just to hand Sport Selling it and Womens Silk Sweater Coats Rich New styles In cluding the Special val ues each to Dressy Skirts Of plain and striped up to Stocks of Summer Hosiery In all the leading colors and wei Crown Brand Silk Crown Brand Lisle 85c BoysKnockabout Good dye and At per 55c Monarch Brand Silk Holeproof Silk Box Misses and Childrens and Black Silk and hem the surprise of their lives with her Pinkney says the machinery was especially the As arii the sheep were hie Rossi has gone north on an ex Bended tour and has not returned Our redoubtable alderman will have a host of new ideas when he returns again to our civic The next meet ng of the council ought to be inter Our old who ormerly had a drug store in Coleman was In town He has been in Saskatchewan for about five years ravelling for a drug firm and is now ransferred to By the Mine Host McCallum and party went to the North Fork to pend the great Canadian They caught some according to he and had a splendid break aet the next morning at All vent merry as a marriage bell except hat Buster got lost but they found heir canine friend homeward Alls well that ends INCREASE LEVY ON THE BELGIANS July war contribution which has to pay to says Les has been raised from fifty million francs to sixty mil lion franca This Iji equivalent to 760 francs a The Germans have convoked the provincial councils to discuss the methods of payment by the Bel From Our Own Correspondent July in this llstrlct are now out of the ml farmers are anxiously looking for rain BO that the pastures may look a rifla more Unless rain comes in plenty within the next ten days there will be ail alarming scar city of feed for stock as well as seed or the coming Many far mers in the dtatrlct were holding over as enough grain for seed until hey could see what the present crop would but owing to the reports hat afttyJune 1st such grains when liscovered would be they peedily put it upon tho Con equentiy with a failure this year they vlll be left In the lurch next School Inspector Parker of most visited our board of trustees last being eent here by the authorities at Edmonton to investi gate a few unfounded squabbles com ing from the south The community received a rather pleasant surprise last Friday when Lenard Zorn and George two of pur local came home on a four days leave of Their appearance was preceded by the re port that George wae on his way After strenuous week of the pupils of the Milk River Valley Consolidated Schools 11 were re leased last Friday for their summer vacation with a fitting closing exer The program consisted of reci the local minister contributed his bit with a solo Mo ther Edith junior pupil held the audience enthralled with a Just a Babys at Hani Olsen ws there with his usualhigh quality violin The people were also treated to ice cream and contributed by Shields and the Much credit li due Miss Georgia Brown for the style of work she has shown all through the Both the children and parents hear tily unite in speaking only good of Miss Brown and her wort In our After the program many of the parentand rose to speak their appreciation of our teacher and we all hope to eee her mt the helm when school As a result of her untiring efforts In the school eight of her pupils wrote te Grade The community can well be proud of 111 school and f I fflaamt Itadj panna FROM FACTORY CONCLUSIVELY Mason Risch a sound investment which assures an instrument in keeping with the highest standard for years to The durability and tonal perfection of the Mason Rlsch Piano have been so conclusively proven that they are accepted The Mason Risch Piano is without a It is sold to you buy from the through a Factory to Home plan that carries you around tho save bis expense and Those who have never In vestigated the character of Pianos we offer in our ex change should do BO at once and learn of the remarkable values that are Today we have a Weber Piano but In ex cellent at the in MASON RISCH LIMITED BLOCK FIFTH LETHBRIPGf ;