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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 6, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta 'PAGE FOim THK DETHBRinfiB DAItTC HERALD SATURDAY, JULY 6, 1918 I3cialb Bltxrta ___ _ DAILY AND WCtKLV ind LETHBRIOCE HERALD ING LI MIT Ef 121 MrMt Sc-th, LfthhrldM W. Prettdeat tad. Manactar MrMttf )cka Bustntti TSLF.PHONES- Boiinesi WItor'a! OfJlw 1151 1U4 Subftcrlptlon RaUu 'Dally, deilrered. .W-OB DiJly. by1 by' mifi; per year .tl-H WUkly, by mall. to TJ.Si.Jl03 Duln'ot espiry of tubtcriptloal t? oa iddrMi label. Acwpi- of papers expiration ctta II our cathbrity'.to continue 'sub- scription, THE PROGRESS OF.THE-WAR. The Germans 'are expected to de- liver a new blow very shortly on tho western front, but whether this materlalire at once remains to be seen. There, are feu- indications ol it present. The British, French and Americans are on the offensive con- "Ylnus-lly J-ist now and have during, the past week or so, iron' back much ground, and have innlctei tremendous casualties upon the Germans, and hare taken many prisoners. The at- tack by the Australian and American forces of this week, was the inost nole- Trorthy, inasmuch as It recaptured Important and did- effective wort In tilling off a great mans ndence Day. he ueclared "There! n one issue. The settlement. ust be fiusl. There-can he no coai-: Socialist German papers toll esterday that Germany was ready to ia reasonable peace. A German itesmsn told us laet week that peace could -be made wheri reprd- entattves of the combatants could wet, each with a feeling of conti- ence in tho honor and chivalry ot be other. A "reasonable peace" part of e Allies would'be one which could e f made when they arrived at e conclusion that German "b'onor nd chivalry" meant something other ana "scrap of paper." That will be aen tha'Gorman has been decisively 'aten, when the Hun militarist ngeran chargQ of' the, German 'gov rnnient.'U ?rfll be.when, as PresHenl Hson-.puts it, "the settlement Is inaj." And the final settlement .will a on lha sldss of tho Allies. Nothing an prevent that now. There Is no chance that any ally will now go the ,y of Russia.: Rather, the allied na- ons are everyone putting forth their most for the final drive to Victory bich may be expected to start nest prlng. Every day sees the German nance cJ winning on the wane and LO time is growing appreciably closer hen tie world will see "a reign ot w, based on tho consent of tho gov- rail and sustained by the organized pinion of mankind'' as It was so apt- stated by President Wilson the ,her day. SOUTH SHOULD SUPPORT THE BIG EXHIBITION. Juit this.fact In'mind: From July 22 to Jul> 27lh there Trffl ho'staged In >Letbbridge''Uio greater pro- fjdpd lor ami lient orSduUienrAlberta.' Tite people ot, Cardeton Magrath H awl Hayraond arc joining wilb the Seopte of Lethbrfdge and reurrouadtng I-1 district to maka the weeVe program tha bfst attempted in this1 and The Heraldjis1 qIAe sore the peopl of my and perhaps my rent win rise II havo to, widen my margin -of profll the price- ot shoes will (nwedsed JI.60i-a' pair. Multiply, thut Instance a tnoiiiand John Milot. of Detroit, well known vears a dirt track automobile racer, and inore .'recently as a: pilot in speed 'boat died. In ft 15 he piloted Mlfe Detroit over the Detroit river coarse.1 winning the event. i The amalgamation-of-the Bank of British-North America' and-the -Bank of Montreal .is expected he con- summated shortly. A'meeting'of the shareholders of the B.N.A; bank is being held in Londoq and an- other meeting will Juiy.jS. the var- ious stove manufacturers of the ;Do- ininlon, waited, on. the .War Trade Board qt Ottawa that et forts ha madp lo obtain a sufficient of pig Iron to enable them to earn on busme s eren if curia1! ment i nece The 'first convictions' ot the "fish- ing season: under the 'Fisheries Acl made m Calgary police court _ I'sevcn dladnles ot I'aac Walton were., arraigned before" tM -magistral! arid charged with' catching-'flslf'-unde nine Inche long and failing to throw them hack in to th.6.river. Miladge Hafuse aged 50 of Kent ville, N.S., shot' and'instantly -killei Mrs Ross Vlncr Sir H Sellg and then' turned the gun on himself infitctlng serious in une which the physicians rav prob .biy will prove fatal.'poiiiesHc tro'ubl s said prob hie cause pf.the Mragedy. Police Ch let Joel .P. .Warren, o JeattUf, will turnvover to n_avy aulh orities d quarts of value abxjat J6o 000 ajt bootlegging prices repieaents1 an accumula loa of seizures since thej dry law came into elfect It is understood th .avy use the" whisky for medic ual purposes The noglna Medical tlsoclation wli erect a tablet- Genera iospital to the Ihe lat 3r p B Aleck ot Regl-la who v: villed In France while operating In ?ed Cross hospital winded so dier WTiile" performing the operation details Just Gerrna airmen bombed ,tb'p' hospltaV' klllin almost bulldliig. Chicago university graduates repor ng at the government employmen agency in respon e lo the work-o fight" edict 'common it waa explain ed -that 'the dhi Jons of ond un jkilled A man nho Jiaa rterer wor! ed at anything qualities as it comrno All male .-pupils of tho high an public schools of Toronto will be li slructcd to salula ail wouni ed cnppled soldiers, whether I uniform or multl when mee'llng thei In public places was decided a the meeting of Hie board of edtlcallo The motio (carried unanimously T form will likely he decide upon by, the "cadet instructor. limes In all the processes ot prodii tloh and distribution, rand- 'you. w begin to realize .what we mean b universal profiteering It is large owing to the anllclpallon-" of st higher prices. Krcrybody who; ha gains and adds to his price t! Increase o't coats, pliia'abmethlhg for safely against the. further rise ol tlite cosls by, reason' of 'everyhoily elae doing the aamo 'thing Tnh when prices arc rhlnf? It .liaprcflcil fn tvery The St Ttyinas Times >nd the St hoints Journal hive amalgamated Liwt i-j ot at wHo. the ITSth altiltsu, hu died of wounds Clara 'Freeaoaum W years ot inulpeg, nhilei phjing In a m 0 Red lilver1 tell into tho water and :j 1 Thevdcath occurred Is Moose Jaw Crosby, a weli. known-far- cr'bf the Expanse district. The'.de- lased was Sa >ears In the four, normal 1012-1915, per: oajilla as with In United Statel and 61 cents In. "neland Brigndler-General Alfred L. Lums en of tho Brillsh army Is reported lied, in faction. Iton. ,'Geb. sscayen, second son of tho Viscount llmouth'preMousls reported'mlssW now. reported died of wounds, Andre Gent, svndlc of the Paris mu icipal-council (Will propose at the ext meeting ot tho councillors, ac- newspapers of the capital tat President Wilson bo proclaimed citizen ol Paris. King Viflpr Emanuel shortly: will gn tho decree for the enlargement tho port of Naples. New quays and ocks constructed are connected hy Tho.drydorks are Ihe largest n tho Mediterranean. Jean sixteen 'years .old a'ughtel" of 'James Puncan, ot Harrf on Mnis, BC, wilh her cousin, a ary girl ot Ihe age ame cannot bo learned at this time, ere drowned at Harrison Mills while athlng hundred newsboys and .arriers went oh strike in Minneapolis aiming-that they weuld not L make a satisfactory profit. If they lid the price ottSl.25 per hundred jked by the three large local dailies hey demand a rate or per hun red 1 made at >Yasll ngton by the': National .War libbr 3oard'lhaf former President Taft, ono t the joint has gone to lurray Bay.'Canada, lor the summer nd has nominate! jtederlck Jud on, of iit'ernallva bn 10 board during his absence. For one sack of S6 67o That s the price-paid lha Mjslic Shrlr -s of Oklahoma for the Shriners led Cro 6a.ck_ol, flour The sack as been sold twenty-one time0 an( otal date which, as been turned Over to the Rei tFrom Our Taber, July boys' athletic In Taber July let-passed ft most successfully. The weather a largo crowd .tufiithl ut to.enjoy the day. The. first event n tho'program was a closely contest- ed 'baseball match between a. picked 'Athbrldce team, all flue sports, and loial boys. The score was 7 to 6 In avor of Lelhbrldge. The umpire. Mr. Oummlngg of Lethbrldge, gave entire atlsfactlon In his rulings. After the kaseball game, followed exhibitions of boxing and tumbling under he supervision ot Mr. Leo Brooks, the popular and'efficient physical director >f the C. S. E. T. and C. G.' I. lasses in Taber. These were follow. the presentation of S.O.S. med- 1s to the following Taber boys who lavo been working on the soil: Gord' in.ToIton, Chester Spears, Joe Frank in. Gordon Fred Sparks. Wallace "hacker, Grant Burhank. Orvall John- ton.. Other S.O.S. hoys will receive heir medals later Interesting and 'stirring speeches were rnado by Mr. C. B. McKltnoii. ot Uelhbrldgo, Mr. C. SI. ot Van- and Mr. Tayior Slatten, ol "oronto, QU leaders and organizers ic connection with tho S.O.S. movemenl A U S bouse bill appropriates J13 60 for Madame Crignle-, a FrencJ woman whose temfanls sued her be- auae their houses were damaged In n the search for .John Pasil Jones >ody, was passed hy the senate an to tho present has been th amount they wore granted They wll lowever have to return their 'orrn The following announcements with reference to fellowship's have' made by the senate of the University of Toronto! The Alexander MCKeWle fellowships In political science" are awarded to H McGeachj B (gask atehewanj "Marry E Curne, B A (McOill) rpcelied a tellowshij in bo'any for the third tlmo and F H Anderson ono in philosophy for.the second time N A Clark B 3 A (Al It granted ono of the special open fellowships. At-a well attended meeting of the Canadian Perchoron: association held In Calgary, V. V. Davenport, ot "Acme, Alberta, was elected-president'.'-'The other officers elected were: B. Aldersyde, Wra. It, Wlllson, Calgary, secretary- reasurer; directors. Alberta, n. C. Jpper, Calgary; Gco. Lane, Calgary. Saskatchewan, J. H. Graham, Saska .con; B. -Thompson, Milestone V Shore, Alexandra. Ontario: W. G. Hill Queensvllle; P. Wigle, King OnL British Columbia: To he ippoEnted by executive. ECZEMA following letterMs.a tectimon ial to the power ot Swalzema. This the son of a-wcalthy family who had spared no expense "My son was .afflicted with eczema oh face and body. for- three and a hal years during .which time had him Constantly 'under having bad hfni'to specialists In United State and.' Canada, alsoiito noted .minera springs, none of which effected a cure to try Swaizema, on uottle cured Mm. .1 can heart liy recommend th is to :sui ot the disease GUARANTEED AND SOLD IN LETK BRIDGE BY 4 ALL I IT CO, LTD, DRUGGISTS n Canada. The sports .were thea re- iimcd, the 'prograni coueluding ftlth a luseball match between a local earn iad OM Jrom -Will3 'Ash Mine, esultuig lii a score ol 9 to In favor Tiber.vThoWjm'cn's Institute, rail -booth.throughout- the lay in the.Interest'at the hospllal Itler wying all 'expenses with the day's'program tbo S.Q.S. commltlte had. a.substantial sum re- maining which they divided among the C. S. E. T., the c. G. I. T. and tho hos- So enjoyable and successful has his first meet been that tho commit- ee has decided to make it a yearly; event and put .Taber on Ihe map as; he young-'people's toMi-of Southeru Muurtn., Ujv K. n; Tnliitor. was elected on Tuesday to Ihe couiicU to fill out Iho unexplred term Lane Sirs. Crais hns been appointed mat- ot the hospital In' succession lo Jliss McLcod, and began her duties on! Jonday f MI'S Method, Is reluming her in Caigar> will bo greall) i uilssed Tnbery-aud will be followed >v tho best-wishes ot all who hnve come under hcr'-care or made her ac- quaintance. Sho wns tho first matron ot the now hospital and filled Iho, position with great tact ablllj) and acceptance. Slid much by icr unl (ring .etfor Is. and'skill'to pori-i ularlzo the. Institution "arid niakc it setfrn mnispensahle lo Taber'und the EUrroundlng conmunlti On Wednesday, Dr. Taylor, of Lclh- bridge, paid a visit to town and assist- ed Dr P.-so ihs tonsil- from a number, of children resident s Mr II MeC Young of I othbrlilgi on Friday lost-.held a successful rcclt-] al of his miiills in" tho Slcthodist Church He will not resuuio tils chss till September 1st It IB said that' seven .places chimed Iho honor of being the birth place of Hpmer, the :Grecian .hard. H woul.l seem that' Lieut.' O: B. McKean.-. Al- hertas fourlh V C will oOQU Homer In popularity, judging from the towns that are-laying claim to him. Ca'gary acclaim bin hei lieciu e ho tralned'at-Sarccc, Bdmontoc points lo the fact that lie enlisted there and was an assistant pastor in the metron-i oils, while .Lethbrldgo.retorts that his first Canadian home tbe-windy cit) and that'but for her salubrious rallied In health sufficient lo get ton and Caigary. As'wc figure it out these claims.cancel ono another, and! Tabor alone remains In'ihe ticld. on the score that it was to this burg that the Lieut his bride. Music being the-food and love being Iho Inspirer of heroic deeds. We claim the V.C. as tncontestably ours; Wo shall follow, his course-with deep Interest and when hR conies by loftier honors we are prepared to suggest Taber as the name of his baronetcy. On Wednesday some 35 boys of'the- C. S. B. T. class .wlth'thelr P. Walkins, and Thos. Philps went on' a hike to thojlver- A most enjoyable afterrjoctn-.was spent In pic- nic .style .and de- .veloped: for. the.supper that followed..' been packed down that thsro was no need of -SEO-' rag crening or hat eating Ihe liberty ot tUsseatlug f.orn ao tion. of Ihe school board in sttmmnrily dropplug from Ihe staft tie principal of, our public school. They ask thai ai mucii courtesy and fair play be Bhowu a school principal as is shown the commonest'Janitor. They beliove it Is not Ihe Ideal way to treat one who for eixht yean haj .faithfully and to the best of hla tbllllj served Ihe board and the community, HAIL INSURANCE BE PREPARED HAIL FOLLOWS HOT WEATHER INSURE NOW _ Tliere is no saving in delay. Only reliable companies -repre- sented. R.V. Gibbons Company Phone ting A number of residents of'Tiner take HAIL Experience 1917 THERE WAS PAID FOR HAIL INSURANCE IN MANITOBA, SASKATCHEWAN-A ALBER- TA HAIL INSUR- ANCE LOSSES TOTALLED 17, 493.347.18. EVERY LINE 'COM- PANY PAID ITS LOSSES IN FULL. SINCE INCORPORA- TION THE BRITISH AMERICA ASSURANCE PAID OVER MO.OOO.OOOOOi IN tOSSES Doesn't thls-appeil te. you as 6 good reason why you should In- sure with British-America? Be safe rat! er-than eorry and apply now by letter, or. telephone j' and Company 1 J fv I Albsrti Women! Here Is A Dandy Thing Few dr'opi tn Director 11 a m Mornfng Worship Is Canada Suggestedtiy Hie arttc les of Bishop'Vaughan I 12.00 Bjblo School and Bible Classes. Special.patriotic .service. 730 jjm brentng Smlco 'The Re dtmptlon City." ANGLICAN St. Cyprtan's Church 11tn Street and !th Ave South Rev. Carwn W. V.-MeMllltn, B.A. Rector a m Sunday Sehoil rnj Bible Claieee, 3 p.m. BVBNSONO 7.30 p.m. and 3rd Sun- days at. and ,4th Sundays at 11 am Sumlayt it 4 tm At the M icrvlce Ihe last ani qt JOBUS will In discoursed All hear If 730 pra 'The Spiritual Sljnrflcjncc ol 3 CMilians Vacation" Communion St lha dole of the even Ing service All those not yet recclv cil Into the chorch are ipeclall) urged to attend s f These services will be good, also thi last conducted by the paslor.'for al least two months All the congrcgi tlpn'-is asked to present'at bolh services, and ,lho la extended to all. Meet In tho Moose, Holl Hlginbolham TJIock rntrance oth St anil 2nd Ave South. Sundays at10 n.rt.: To Break Bread In Item em bran .Iho Lord's Death and at 7% pm To Proclaim Iho Glad Tidings of tho Kingdom of God Subject 'Oods Purpose With Britain In