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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 9, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta tlbde Derate fllbcrta OAIUY AND VflHMMtAtAitt Wflw LfTMMIOOl M1RALD INO LlMlTtC ath atroot Lothbfi i Mt and Maaaging Dlroetof OBleo sjHBjaoriytiOR aor MM por fmf fcy par by par yeor tl at otptty of subscriptions dally oh label MM of papon to authority to eontlnno tao sub TtaE PROOREM ijaTHE In spite of the denials of the Bolshe vik the situation in Rus ia evidently developing an alarming state of feeling against their rule and against the German domina Reportswhich come jout of the country indicate that the real patriots of Russiahave risen and are gradu ally obtaifting control of or are at least a tremendous ef fort to do Czechs in Siberia are also gaining power and thle is causing anxiety in The necessity of placing a large German of oc cupation in Russia would seriously cripple Gorman operations French troops on the western front attacked German lines than a mile in depth on a four mile front and many are sweeping Aus trian resistance tin the and are driving the invaders still far ther EVERY REASON FOR In of certain conditions which have arisen ill respect to crops and pasturage Jn Southern there to absolutely no reason for crowing panicky about Southern Albertas fin anclal It is to partliinlariy cheerful A llA tHUr nvu TJDvrv pessimistic We say this We JtMlbve we will have a grain crop and spite of the dry Mof Tiay though not so large as is going to be worth aslastyears Our wool clip Jarger by about and will be worth this year fin the i neighborhood of Our live stock products will produce more re venue than if ownersof stock will refuse to be stampeded in to their stock at sacrifice prices owing to the present danger of a shortage of And our coal pro which ranks next in value to wheat is larger than ever before and bringing In a great more Alberta this will mine tons of worth more at the pit amount about two thirds will come to theiLethbridge In vfew of these facts it Is hard to I understand anyone should wilt over the of a partial crop We can understand that the position of the farmers who are dir affected Is not but al ready we see them preparing for next i by ploughing up the land on which is already a definite failurethis Our business men J and others would do well to profit by this spirit of confidence which is man ifested Millions of dol lars of new wealth will pour into V Southern Ajlberta this year in any evpnt condltionR are j and the check a partial failure of the grain crop is going to administer to a revival of a tondeccy to speculate which was evi I dent during the fall and winter a bs the boot thing that could have has tinned to us as a We art 1 rcakfeg a sSKdf gfowth at tht proufnt and It ii going to con tlnuo throughout the THE WAR AGAINST i THE HUN The destruction by a MB submarine of a hospital ship re Mratag to England from has rtvetted the attention of Canadians on the Hun undersea boat warfare Nurses from every province ia the Dominionwho weje prpceedtng over were TclUecl in action in the iinkng of the Uandovery The S horrors of eubmirlne warfare have fcetm brought home to us as never be tven following the appearance o craft off the Now Eogiam few weeks Under the therefore oWiclal report by 44 commander of the naval lorcoi ill Europeak will a reMsurlng tor he shows us while UtooaU wttll still con tinue to commit occasional they will never bo able to cut the Ai led line of communication between Europe and America and other sour ces of mon and Here W the comprehensive view taken by Admiral Slmnvs The fnct that the enemy has sent submarines so fur afield ns the Am erican said the 1s a confession of because It is a violation of the fundamental mill dry principle of concentration of ef wWch alone can be successful in accomplishing object There will be bosses on our and they course but the public at home should keep their eyes upon the success of the as a 1 can assure them that the submarine operations on our coast wiH not affect the outcome of the on the strange as it may to those not familiar with the such operations are a real advantage to the With the small number of torpedoes and quantity of ammunition that a submarine can and in view of the relatively small number of sub marines which the enemy has avail cruisesas far afield ae the American coast are very Uboat operations on our toast will be profitable to the enemy only so far as they excite public and in any directly or affect the disposition of our Discussing the general naval sit the Admiral said The world is witnessing today the most impres sive manifestation of sea power that history has The enemy has not a single surface vessel on any of the trade The Seven Seas are free to Allied A year ago Allied tonnage was de and the number of submar ines was increasing and the Central Powers were whining the war by rap idly cutting the flues of communica tion of the Allied countries and their no conditions are now Tonnage is rapidly and the submarines are decreasing in number and in The sub marine is doom ed to This change has been brought about by the tea power of the With practically no many of soldiers Jiave crossed the English Channel and hundreds of thousands have the ocean from Allied colonies and from This was rendered possible only because of the thousands of Allied traw lers mine and even small motor employed to convoying troop ships and supply ships and in harassing and destroying enemy sub These small vessels are able con tinuously to perform this great ser vice only because the German fleet obliged to remain wjthin the shel ter of its fortified harbors and mine If the enemy cruisers were free to take the sea they could too quick ly destroy or drive into port our es corting and patrolling thus leav ing our merchant shipping entirely de It is the spent and irresistible power of the Allied battle fleets that pre vents that imposes upon ene my fleet Jjhe bjiipUiation of impo None of his vessels can do mere than attempt a sudden raid and scurry back to port before being Intercepted by superior forces Only the submarines can hope to es cape unobservedand prey upon com The civilired world could pos slbly bejieve passenger and hoepttal ships would be sunk without warning and their crews and passengers left to their Conse quently the Allies had not taken the necessary measures to resist such acts of To organize theee measures has necessarily required but they have steadily progressed and are improving every This result has been accomplished by the strenuous efforts of the navies of the European Alliesand of the navy of Building programs havebeettvrqcafii and have been made to construct the vessel that are suitable for opposing the The ingenuity of practlica men and scientists has been callei upon to devtee means for tracking and destroying the It is no longer asecret that the mos effective means have been the adop tlon of the convoy the de velopment of an efficient depth charge and the Invention of devices which enable1 surface vessels to follow a submerged submarine by PASSING Watt wtis Appointed fuel com missioner for Clefersholm district at ft meeting of the An elevator for the Alberta Pacific Grain Company fe being erected1 at Pfed tor years Deputy Provincial has been ppointed Deputy AttorneyGeneral otf Nova Thirteen persons Were killed and 28 njnred in 20 automobile accidents In or near Montreal during the m6nth of Confronted with ilia Jiunos a returned shot him self fatally on the eve of hismar riage to a young jdrl at for cotton products showing reductions from 20 to 30 per compared with quoted market prices were approved by President The prices were agreed to at confer 60909 the price fixing commit tee of the war industry board and a committee representing cotton good First troops fiave lalfilld in They are not forces by but consist of Units sent direct from the Umltetl union church end parsonage destroyed ty fire during the absence of Bickel and his family on Disgruntled employes of the Cana dian Ford Motor who are demanding for ah eighthoar have delivered an ultimatum to the vicepresident of the The contract tor building thesteel shipyards at Halifax has been Award ed by Halifax to the Bedford Construction incorporated in Ill els weeks from Josephlne aged sixty wife of Michael of the Ferry Company of died fit her The Summer School for Teachers now in session at the Ontario Agrlcul ural College has some four hundred in largest number on Benjamin consulgeneral of Switzerland In is in Van couver on a trip of Inspection of the internment camps to Calum Captain Dominion wreck opened an inquiry into he recent stranding of the Canadian Toopship City of Vienna on the At lantic The hearing to being con ducted In J The chief press censor hasvprohibit ed the entering into of the a neMfepaper printed to the Finnish language at Duluth and published by the Workers Socialist Publishing Very former superior general of tbp Paullst Fathers Community died at the age of 79 Father Searle was the author of several works on religions The Royal Bank of Canada has entered action at Osgoode Hall against Grant Hugh Brown of New to recover f amount alleged due on a promissory note dated September Mary the oideftt Indian on the reservation at Nanalnio and probably one of the oldest in is While did not know her self just how old she it is cer tain that it was vjell over a hundred years ago since was Owing to the lateness of the new po tato crop the Berlin ac cording to the announce the reduction of the potato ration next week from three to one pound and the distribution of an extra two hun dred grammes of beans and peas a v t A unanimous call has been extend ed to i of Vancou tto become of Chalmers Presbyterian King Chalmers church has been va cant since the retirement of Dr last Wll son is minister of Andrews of Vic daughter of Henry Robert of has been decorated by His Majesty the King with the Order of the Brlish Empire for her splendid agricultura work among the women of England Watt was the first girt graduat of Toronto The party of Hammond residents who went to Loon and id entitled the remains found there as those who drowned in the lake over our yeans ifound that the body had practically petrified byithe Icy waters and was as white as snow except foi the decomposition of part of the flesh on the arms and The Six Nations Indians field mass meeting on the reserve1 a Brantford In which it was decided to give every assistance In powe to aid Wesley a member b the Six in hie fight agains from which Indians of Canada have specifically ex The act came under genera although the rulings do not apply to the The opening session of the Inter national Mining Convention at Revel stoke was resided over ty Ralph member In local legisla ture for and widow of the lato Ralph Smith provincial minister of at the tlnie of his Jeuh jaad previous to that for a number of yourn member of parliament for tbe coal mining constituency on He started his career us a working Tho ModielM Hat Board oi are devising methods of croaUOg revenue by t ho sale of refmOi State of Michigan a three months period strict sugar Albwt aged a well mariner of tko British OolumbU died at Flvo thousand dollars was realUed ae the fosalt of a tag day tot the French Rod Cross held In Othawa re hat re verted to the rank of colonel in order to get to He Is president Of the Lake of the Woods Milling The German of oaid o be the largest of Its kind in the has changed Its name to the Unity dub The the Red will take ovet two of the London hospitals for the ex elusive use of American Bradshaw and of have started on a motor rip to a distance of r All but of the re has been received by treasurer o the Eliza eth Oarrett Anderson Memorial President by has formally taken over the wharves and docks of the North German Lloyd and HamburgAmerican Steamship Companies at Robert minister of stated in the House of Com mons yesterday that a penult had been granted the Bishop of Oxford to visit the United As a result of injuries sustained when jihe the collar steps bf Health Inspec died at ler Professor profes sor pf classics lip the University of Jritteh died He las a son at the front and is a rotherxf Lloyd one of the law lords ot privy A message greeting rpm Preaideut wion wa delivered on Julyy4th American Red 3ross Society American sol dier and sailor in hospital in Great The attendance at the Calgary fair this year was compared wth in cash receipts rom the gate an4i0grandstand were as compared with last of vocational secretary of the military hospitals has been loaned to the United States to give pointers to soldiers reconstruction in the repub In memory of Bishop of Que a motor boat is being presented to his son who recently became Bishop of son of the late the is of the Church of the Holy A writer in the London Ex press describes Sir Robert Borden Of magnificent very par ticular about hie faithful to that now almost extinct the frock rich Canadian cap able of many shades of The general commanding the French army in the Bois de Belleau on the Marne on re viewing the American troops return ing from the attack on that announced that the Bois de Belleau hereafter would be known as the Bolu des The Secretary of the Admiralty has made an announcement with regard to the conditions of the to mdmbers of the Royal Navy and pther marine services of chevrons for ser vice at sea or II is will be awarded to de note services overseas or at sea un dertaken since August and are to be worn in Appllca tions and correspondence from serving officers and men with regard to chev rons are not to be addressed direct to the but are to be dealt with by their commanding officers in the first TELISOFPLOT FOR July Sir Archibald the prosecu tor in the Dowling described at great length the German plot ed tit the end of 1914 lor the formation of an Irish brigade from among th Irish taken prisoner on the The Sir was repudiated by roost of tb but DawHpgand ft f others joined the brigade and aotei recruiting The prosecutor described U0 mean used by the to induce Irish to and in particular German promise to reading CAUGHT Deceit and a Guilty conscience all come wrapped up in the mail order We should never b e s ashamed to look a neighbor in the In a community like ours all are neighbors and workfng togeth Ourinterests are We are all in Business Our business is home town Unlike the overcrowded our community has a We tamper with our communityS oul whenever we boycott home inter Then let us keep our conscience let us Live that we can at any time look our neighbors in the knowing that no action of ours is holding back the progress of our home At the end of the war the German loyernment undertakes to send every nember of theIrish brigade to the United States Sir a long ssued by the Germans at Limbers said f Irtaii In America jjare collecting money forcible Join thenew unit and win your Jndependen The rish brigade is to fight solely for the ofIreland with the moral and material assistance of the German government The story told by Prosecutor Bod tin of the arrival of Dowling in follows On April fishermen going out on the harbor of the Clare Coast eaw man waving a handkerchief on an is and half a mile from He said le had been washed ashore from the ship Mississippi during the He paid the fishermen five shillings to land him at Bally Aline where he gave his name as fames OBrien and described the tor pedoing of the Mississippi with great stating that the ship came from Later in the day a collapsible boat of undoubted German make was wash ed Dowling had 70 pounds of ngttsh He said he had come Yom the United SJtates to see Irish friends joining the American in his address described the German method of deal ng with Irish Those Joined the Irish bri he were allowed distinc Ive special rations and side and mingled freely with the erraan officers and Those who stuck to their oaths of allegiance were their rations being reduced and every effort was made to punish them for Yet 53 was the total number of re cruits secured by the Germans after a long campaign among the Irish Frompur Owri July nfter Jicnl9 were dis tusjed whenjjSi ejectric stprin passed arid parts lie ground with after which a heavy shower of rain lasting only haltan but a quantity of moisture Friday light lightning came and Saturday evening another thunder storm showers of rata completed the first week in Saturday was an old fashioned In dian Peigan Indians receiving their treaty and coining to Macleod in a body imme diately began to put their nfohey in the younger ones buying toys and while elders purchased the for their homes and i The business men of one doller wfiich will replace the ones that have been Jn use tor many j The Blood Indian sent a pressing Invitation to the Red Cross ladies to witness the paying of the Indians who received their treaty The ladies were there and many of the noble Heds contributed to the Red Cross fund ina manner that all will Two new gasoline launches were loaded on waggons and taken to the Watertown Lakes during this Hay land seekers stumbled on a nice little house close up to the foot of I DUNLOP TIRES Special Tread Traction Tread THE ONLY ALTERNATIVE If a motorist wants any V thing better than Dunlop hell have to get Dunlop Traction Dunlop Tire Rubber Goods Limited Office and Factories ToKonto t i in leading J01 the majestic Itt wais so wel hidden with thatsii alrptan could scarcely obsefva but the land seekers were invitedto come right in we will give you what w have fust flriialied bdr Thi sounded good ami tasted plcn ty of good bread and and vegetables mountaii with other delicacies too num erous to Bitcha ranch hai William who has numbei of work o milking ten cowsevSry shipping their cream to a creamer and recoivlng for thta creasn ovei and paid every Judge who been attending college on the PacifU arrived liomB this week foi their MAIL FOLLOWS INSURE NOW There Is nosaving in Only reliable reprsr i Gibbons Company THE WC fNaurtANce I TA HAIU INSUR ANCE L088BS TOTAUCD EVERY MNE PANY PAID UOISIS IN SIN6C TION THE BRITISH AMIRICA ASSURANCf COMPA PAItJ OVERT IN Doesnt a good surs with BritiiH Bt sift firry apply now by or Nflftit Uethbrldast ;