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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 6, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta T1W ttbe tfefctib DAILY ANDWCtlUV LrtHBRIDOt f Ml LIMITtt Ml ttreat LetMrltfflo President MM M anaflRt fMtaMM leh Tort Mac Builnws Manager Business Editorial TIUtPHONCB ml Office K Subscription RatMi per week per Ky per year by per year by per year to Dater of expiry of subscriptions ap pear daUy on address Accept ance of papers rite expiration date to ear authority to continue the sub THE PROGRESS The Germans are expected to de liver a new blow very shortly on the western but whether this will material te at once remains to be Thlre are few indications of It at present The French and Americans are on the offensive con Vlnually Just and nave the past week or won back much and have inflicted tremendous casualties upon the and have taken many The at tack by the Australian and American forces of this was the most note inasmuch as it recaptured important and did effective work in killing off a great manyGer SOUTH SHOULD SUPPORT THE BIG Just keep this fact In mind 22 jto July there will be in the greatest fair and ever pro vidpd for education pad ment of Southern The people Magrath Raymond are joining with the people of and surrounding district to make the weeks program absolutely tie best ever attempted in thispart 6f the and The sure that the people of the VhtJleJtttSouthern Alberta will show thetr IJast year a stampede alone drew This year the stampede is bigger and better than ever and with the fair in addition Lethbridge be the Mecca of thousands of visitors during the The amalgamated fair plan Is an which if It works is destined to revolutionize the fairs of the The people of Southern have been TforMng hard since last wfaenr they visited Ray mondMagrath stampede They need a Fair week provides the It is not a luxury to at tendthe isa combine education with fair and pendence he declared There can dhe The settlement most bt There can be no com Socialist German papers told us yesterday that was ready tr make k raaMmable A German statesman told us litat week that peace conld be made when the repre sentatives of the combatantscould with a feeling of confi dence in the honor and chivalry of the A reasonable peace part of the Allies would be one which could made when they hadarrived at the conclusion that German htonor and chivalry meant something other than a scrap of That will be when theGerman has been decisively when the Hun militarist is no longer in charge of the German gov H will be as Presttent Wilson puts the settlement Is And the final settlement will be on the side of the Nothing can prevent that There is no chance that any ally will now go the way of the allied na tions are everyone putting forth their utmost for the drive to Victory which may be expected to start next Every day sees the German chance winning on the the time Is growing appreciably closer when the world will see a reign of based on the consent of the gov and sustained by the organized opinion of mankind as it was so apt ly stated by President Wilson the other A1EIICMEEI 101K of kelson is interned In That 76 per of the 1918 of registrants In the are claim Ing exemption was discovered by the Spokane county Lieut Allan who enlisted at Nelson and went overseas in April with the 1st Canadian Pioneers hM been Invalided to A section of the Lawrence Starch Companys plant at Port Credl was partly destroyed by fire and the damage is estimated at about ap poared Judge Winchester on a charge of issuing a forged check for and also Of issuing checks for which no funds were The of the JnUonal Bank at was broken into by band of wh6 blew open the safe with A large sum of money was THE POSITION OF A Reports in Old Country papers tell of the opposition pat forth by the ag riculturists of Great Britain towards the Governments action In conioript tag men off the Evidently the British farmers are baring the came trouble our own Canadian farmers In answering the protests of the British a member of Government made the declaration while farmers thought they were having a hard the men at the front are having infinitely hard eo that while the duty of the country to produce ia still paramount the duty to provide men for the fight lines is infinitely more It it worthy of note In thin con nection that the British are now con tor active service men from 49 this includes farmers of in Under the circumstances and the Canadian really has very little to complain Our agricultural production has been Httle affected by the Military Service And remember we have barely begun to direct the man power still available In Canada away from non essential fields In tothe field of pro In Britain tens of thousands of jromtn are taking the places of men on the A proper under fftandjng of what has been accomplish ed la tbe old land would remove MoaUy cause of complaint which our farmers have against the opera tton of the Military Service Act GO MORE COOPERATION EVIDENTLY as The Heralds Information from Taber would seem to the provincial police there went out of their to force the farmers of that district to ship their wheat t would seem that the provincial and Dominion officials should get together and There seems to have een a We can quite well understand how it happen There have been so many new Ood orders and orders of a thousand and One different kinds within re cent months that one hardly knows what is We do not that the provincial police made a The wonder is that they do cot make more mistakes in endeavoring to carry out the many orders issued for our daily The Herald would suggest that here should be closer cooperation etween the two governments to in terpret new and the man ner of their The case of the Taber farmers wheat is one which should not have The farmers were urged to move out their grain because it was badly needed by the Along with the request there was an intimation that if the wheat did not come out voluntarily it might be forced to the How ever the by a little closer might have learned the true tacts of position as to next years seed and the difficult situation which has created might easily have been As it the Dominion Government is now going to find Itaelf in the posi tion of finding seed replacethait hich fanners ordered to need body to enforce the Governments registration and other orders in something other the present haphazard is making Itself THE EVIL SPIRAL OF The New York Tribune figured it we know why the of takes suchabnormal Heres the way It works out You are a manufacturer of Leather goes You call the tanner a profiteerand prove him that he has advanced his prices mqre than costo have He may admit but bis defence is that his costs are advancing steadily and that be fore hesells you leather again they may be very much There fore he is obliged to increase his working Or he tells you bluntly that he doesnt care what you think of his He can sell his leather tomorrow for You buy Then your employees demand a You say to them But this is a great deal to ask all at one The cost of living hasnt Increased as much of They answer that the coat of living increases where as wager are raised only at long In If you cant pay the increase they will go They are doing what the tanner ing a margin safety to their de all they think they can You raise their Now you find that the cost of mak ing a pair of shoes has Increased 50 But dc you Increase the price to the retailer 50 cents You Leather will go goodness knows how much higher and 1 may The New York and European edi tions of the New York Herald and also the New York Evening Telegram are to continue publication in pur suance to the policies of their late James Gordon under the provisions of Bennetts A Bohemian resident of was fined for registering under an assumed name on June The name he signedon the registra tion form was Mark his real name being John The Edmonton public school board to loan its technical machine and machinery Western Shells and Box which has a contract to manufacture anti aircraft shells for the United States John of well known several years ago as a dirt track automobile racer and more recently as a pilot in speed boat In 1915 he piloted Mlse Detroit over the Detroit river winning the f The amalgamation ofthe Bank of British North America andthe Bank of Montreal is expected to be con summated A meeting of the shareholders of the bank is being held in London and an other meeting will be held July A deputation representing the var ious stove manufacturers of the Do waited on the War Trade Board at that ef forts be made to obtain a sufficient quantity of pig iron to ensfblethem to carry on even if curtail ment is The first convictions of the fish ing season under the Fisheries Act was made in the Calgary police court whenseven disciples Walton were arraigned before the magistrate and charged with catching flsb under nine inches long and failing to throw them back in to the Miladge of Kent shot and instantly killed seriously rwounded Selig and then turned the gun on himself inflicting serious in which the physicians say prob ably will prove Domestic trouble Is said byneighbors to be the prob able cause of the Police Chief Joel of will turn over to navy auth orities quarts of valued at about at bootlegging The stock represents1 accumula tion of seizures siiice the dry law came into effect It is understood the navy will use the for medic inal The Regina MedlcaV Association will erect a tablet General Hospital to the the late of who was killea in France operating Ui a Red Cross hospital on a woBnded sol While the just received German airmen bombed the killing almost everyone in the Chicago university graduates at the government employment agency in response to the workor fight edict foundthemselves classed as common It was explain ed that the government recognizes two divisions of and un A man who has never work edat anything qualifies as a common All male puplte of the high and public schools of Toronto will be In structed to salute all wound ed and crippled whether in uniform or when meeting them In public Such was decided at the meeting of the board of The motkm The form ohsalute will likely be decided upon the cadet In all the of produc tion and and you will begin to realize what we mean by universal It is largely owing to the anticipation of still Higher Everybody who bar have to raise wagee again week after gains and adds to his price the To make sure Ill raise the price years ol playing bpwt in the fill into water and was occurred In MOOM Jaw 9 well known far mer Of the Expanse The de ceased was 65 years In the four 19121915 potcartttu fire loss was as with in the United and 64 cents in BrlgndterGeneral Alfred Lums den of the British army Is reported killed in Major second son of the Viscount previously reported missing Is now reported died of Andre syndic of the Paris mu nicipal will propose at the next meeting of the ac cording to newspapers of the capital that President Wilson be proclaimed a citizen of King Victor Emanuel shortly will sign the decree for the enlargement of the port of New quays and docks constructed are connected by The drydocks are the largest on the Jean sixteen years old daughter of James of Harri son with her a Oalgary girl of the same age Whom name cannot be learned at this were drowned at Harrison Mills while hundred newsboys and carriers went on strike in Minneapolis claiming that they weuld not a make a satisfactory profit if they paid the price per hundred asked by the three large local They demand a rate of per hun Announcement Avas made at Wash ngton by the National War Labor Board that former President one of joint has gone to Murray for the summer and hae nominated Frederick Jud of Louies Jhis alternative on he board during his j For one sack That s the prtce paid yfy the Mystic Shrnv ers of Oklahoma for the Shriners led Cross The eack has been sold twentyone and otal sales to date which has been turnedover to the Red A house bill appropriates 00 for Madame a French woman whose tennants sued her be cause damaged in n the search for John Paul Jones was passed the senate and sent ttt President Wilson for his ap A new military order states that returned soldiers will be given an allowance of in order to purchase civilian clothing in place of during the summer and in the winter which up to the pvesentjias been the amount they They have to return their uni The following announcements with reference to fellowships have made by the senate of the University of Toronto The Alexander McKenrle ellowshlps in political science are awarded to Sask Miss Marry received a fellowship in botany for the third and Anderson one in philosophy for the second Al is granted one of the special open At a well attended meeting of the lanadian Perclieron association held n of was elected The other officers elected were Women Here Is A Dandy Thing Few dKops on com or calluo stop thtn they lift WHfN THE WAVE President Wilson of the United put the uuleius on the expected Dtti peace on fwie of shoes a And what dons the retailer say He calls yju a pro but you aay to him what the tanner said to does he add a pair to the price of shoes No He Bays Things are going up ao fast that in a little while Ill have to raise the pay of my clerks and perhaps my rent will Ill have to widen my margin of the price or shoes will be increased a Multiply this iimance a Increase of plus something for safety against those costs by the further rise 01 reason of everybody else doing the same This happens always when prices arc It in every great business boom you ever It is now more owing to the attention it receives on patriotic hiu wiierein it is greater in riian ever beiorn in a life times experience it la because the degree of credit inflation Id unpre Your high heels have put corns on your toea and cal luses on the bottom of your but why care now This tiny bottle holds an almost magic A genius in Cincinnati dis covered this ether com pound and named it free Small bottles of free zone can be had at any drug store for a few Dont limp or twist your face in agony and spoil your but get a little bottle of freezone and ap ply a few drops on your aching corn or cal instantly the soreness disappears and shortly you wfll find the corn or callus HO shriveled and loose that you can Hft U off with the Just think You get rid a soft corn as well as without suffering one Millions of women keep a tiny bottle on the dress er and never let corns From Our Owil July boys athletic meet held In Taber July 1st passed off most The weather was deal1 and a large crowd turned out to enjoy the The first event on the program was a closely contest ed baseball match between picked Lethbrldge all flne and our local The score was 7 to 6 in favor of The Cummlngs of gave entire satisfaction In his After the baseball followed exhibitions of boxing and tumbling under the supervision of Leo the popular and efficient physical director of the and classes in These were follow ed by the presentation of med als to the following Taber boys who have been working on the soil Gord on Chester Joe Frank Gordon Fred Wallace Grant prvall John Other boys will receive their medals Interesting and stirring speeches were made by of of Van and Taylor of all leaders and organizers in connection with the movement secretary treasurer Calgary Saska toon Allen Forrest Ontario Queens ville Lamport King British Columbia To be appointed by CURES ECZEMA The following letter is a testimon ial to the power of This case was the son of a wealthy family who had spared no My son was afflicted with eczema On face and body for three and a half years during which time I had him onstantly under having had hfarto specialists in United States and also to noted mineral none of which effected a Was advised to try one settle which cured I can heart ily recommend this medicine to suf ferers of the GUARANTEED AND SOLD IN LETH BRIDGE BY THE KENNY ALLIW DRUGGISTS In Tfo ttxKtt were then re the dajrl concluding with a baseball match between a local team OM front Whlto Ash renultlnfe Jn a icttfo W 8 to 6 in favor of WAniens Institute ran a refreshment bdoth throughout the day Ih the Interest of the hospital After pnjriht all eipenges connected With the days program the committee a substantial sum re maining which they divided among the the and the hos t So enjoyable successful has this first Meet been that the commit tee has decided to make it a yearly event ftnd put ffaber on the map as the young peoples townof Southern Talnter was elected on Tuesday to the council to fill out the unexpired torm of Craig hna been appointed mat ron of the hospital Irf succession to Miss and began her duties on who is returning to her home In greatly missed In and will be followed by the best wishes of all who have come under her care or made her ac She was the first matron of the new hospital and filled position with great ablltjty and She has done much by her untiring efforts and skill to popi ularlzo the Institution and make it setfm maisjensable the surrounding On of Leth paid a visit to1 town and assist ed by removed the tonsils from a number of children resident heres j of on Friday a successful rcclt al of his pupils in the Methodist He will not resume his class I till September 1st i i The It is said that seven places claimed the honor of being the birth place of the Grecian It would seem that Al bertas fourth will 30011 rival Homer In judging from the towns that are laying claim to Calgary acclaims him as her because he trained at Edmonton points to the fact that he enlisted there and was an assistant pastor in the metrop1 while Lethbrldge retorts that his first Canadian home was in tbewindy and that but for her would never have rallied in health sufficient to get to Edmonl ton and As we figure it out j these claims cancel one and Taber alone remains in the on the score that It was to this burg that I the came for his Music j being thp food of love and love being thb insplrer heroic We claim the as Incontestably We shall follow his course with deep interest and when he comes by loftier we are prepared to suggest Taber as the name of his On Wednesday some 35 boys of the class their I and the Phllps j went on1 a hike to the A most enjoyable afternoon was spent in pic nic style and a ferocious appetite de veloped for the supper that Enough had been packed downthat there was no need of resorting to crowing or hati A number of take the liberty ot dtamntlng the ac tion of school bOArd M summarily dropping from the staff the principal ot public They ask thai an much courtesy and fair filay be shown a schftol principal us Is shown tha commonest They believe It Is not the Ideal way to treat who fof eight yean hat faithfully andto the best of his abllltj served the board and the INSURANCE BE PREPARED HAIL FOLLOWS HOT WEATHtR INSURE NOW There is no saving In Only reliable companies repre Gibbons Company Phone 1191 Balmoral Block H A It Experience 1917 THERE WAS PAID FOR HAIL INSURANCE IN SASKATCHEWAN A ALBER TA HAIL INSUR ANCE LOSSES TOTALLED EVERY LINE COM PANY PAID ITS LOSSES IN SINCE INCORPORA TION THE BRITISH AMERICA ASSURANCE COMPANY HAS PAID OVER IN Doesnt this appeal te you as a good reason why you should In sure with British America Be safe rater than sorry and apply now by letter or telephone and Company 41B FifthTsireet Se Lethbriups Albert PRESBYTERIAN Knoz Church Corner 4th and tth street Capt Pastor Acting During July and August the evening service will be held at instead of Sacrament of the Lords Supper will be observed at the mornings 10 Boys Big Sisters Bible Class Big Brothers Bible Other Department of Sun day School 4 Chinese THE UNITED CHURCH OF NOJtTH LETHBRIDGE Pastor 1271 Oth Phone 1659 10 Class Meeting for Boys and 10 Boys Department of the In the 11 Morning Topi The Shepherd The first In a ser Beginners and Primary De partments of the in the Girls Deportment of the in the Adult Department of the in the Topic Experimental Relig CHRISTIAN SCIENCE CHRISTIAN SCIENCE SOCIETY Hull 7th Street Sunday Service at 11 Subject lupday School convene after the morning Wfdnetday Testimony most ing at 8 fbe reading room is open e ent Sundays and legal rom to 6 the Bible and author zed Christian Science literature may e borrowed or The public la cordially invited to at end the church also to visit the reading room METHODIST Wesley Church Ei Residence 820 llth Phonos Parsonage Church Study 408 Claude Director 11 Morning Worship Is Canada Christian the artic les of I Bible School and Bible Special patriotic Evening Service The Re demption of the ANGLICAN Cypflans Church 11th Street and 8th Canon i Rector Mat Sunday School Bible 3 EVENSONG Holy and 3rd Sun days at 2nd and 4th Sundays at 11 Sundays at 4 CHRISTADELPIMANS Meet In the Moose Hlglnbotham Entrance 5th and 2nd Sundays at 10 To Break Bread In Ilemembrance of the Lords and at To Proclaim the Glad Tidings of the Kingdom ot Subject Gods Purpose With Britain Last All Seats No NORTH LETHBHIDGE GOSPEL HAUL Late 6th Baptist Church Speaker John 635 13th Sunday School 34 Gospel Subject Jesus and the Everybody BAPTIST First Baptist Church 3rd and tth St j At the flervice the laat and beatitude of Jqaua will b discoursed phoujd hottr The Spiritual Sloniflcanci of a Christians Communion at the close of the even Ing All those not recelv ed into the church are special urged to Those services will be good also last conducted by the for al least two All the congrega tion is asked to be present at botli and the warmest welcome Is extended to ChruUlan Churcfc 3rd and 8th Oliver Pastor 612 Seventh Street South Phono 603 Sunday School followed bj Christian No preach ing Borvlce as the pastor is out ol tho SALVATION ARMY and offictra In 11 3 end Sunday 2 I Corp 3 Home tsaeusX 8 Life Saving QuarM The Citadel Sunday and Thursday Everybody Welcome PENTECOSTAL PENTECOSTAL ASSEMBLY 205 Thirteenth W Puitor 397 Servicns lOiflO arid Tuesday and 8 Evangelist li and SooU A Hearty Welcome to AIV ;