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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 12, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta ITOWJR H TUB LKTHBHUJUB HAIET JULY t art MansglniDlrafl Tortancs BmlnSM Jtanafsr Ratset per week per year psr by mall per year by psr year to Dates of MpJrr of subscriptions as daily OB address Of papers rite explratitB daU U authority to continue tba sub Peeling in Austria is once more in by the outbreaks which have occurred news of which is Just Making Regiments have rebelled and killed many ot their and the most notable instance has been the attack JOB embassy in ihe front tains adfrJjy troops British forces have also been TAKE CARE OF eome ncftice rft The Hejildf the weather and the partial of the boule thdre tendency on the part of people to treat them with lesfl respect than is our and M a result these very attractive Jittle patM along each side of our streets being destroyed in many being madeacross them pro TheHeraW1 would like to tpoijt out that more than care for our seenw to be impossible for the city provide the necessary water to I keep them but we should do we can to beep them ftvm be jlng so thatnext year they i may present their usual JLethbridge is known and wide 1 Kltti boulevard Let np our good THE NEW LINEUP OF TSere that Germany on the wrong of be international lineup when ttie is those Germans wio know the truth of Htm outrages dur lng the war can expect nothing We have spoken before of the possi bility of a trade boycott of Germany allies after the cornea Roland author of BanGermanism who gives his 1 views of a very probable division of the nations after the war i I see a new he in which the Central Empires have un increased theft power and solely because of the col lapse of I also see new truly international controlled j beyond peradventare by What I think imay heat be described as the Atlantic an literally combination of Already possessed of the supremacy of the of the bulk of the econo mic resources of the of the willing allegiance of Africa and In fdla and which exemplify in their In the ideals of liberty and And the new world iwill dominate Me new Eur as we thought it the war has proved did exist Europe the Allies first believed Ot would i become is now impossible but there is a new Europe and there is a new by the war and if not exactly we meant to make certainly cause o democracy and of cjvil more more coa and more permanently than pur first notions about the winning of the not reject the gifts jthe gods provide because they the expected answers to our IWHE BIG We have heard it said in eome Quarters that the fa4r and stampede not have been attempted this that it is waste of moneyIn Jwac The Herald would like to take issue parties who hold sucli a the centre of a big pro in not held a fair dur the papt three During that hundreds ot thousands of dol been spent by our farmers Mockers to import blooded a aaythins to men who are provid taf our dtetrict with one of its great We have given them not f ttflgJe opportunity to show their and to advertise Wblt iistficti can Wfty the fair to tbe stampede is a breath of olden davs of the cowboy and It is a breath ot the old It is berhg staged in connection with the fair as an at Instead of spending ttious ot dotlarrrn norm races and the uattal fait we are spend ing money on frontier celebra tion that is deaf to the heart ot every There are some people who will attend the big event tor no other purpose than to see the attractions thus But we be lieve that these cannot go away without being Impressed with the wealth of the district in its livestock and grain The fair is liberal education we owe to oursel ves in the campaign for greater pro The fair and etampede are and we are crrtadn that the momtef crowds who will vteit lothbriage the week after next will appfoud our enterprise tn carrying KINO GEORGE THROUGH AMERICAN The United Stateser hasnt as a much time f6r crowned Being a democrat and a all rolled into he looks with sus piclon on kings and But the New York prior to July published an editorial article on King George as a democrat which is bound to have its effect in fostering that feeling of good wHl between the Brit ish and Americans which has tiever been so strong an at the present The Times aays If Thackeray were his pen would trace with that simplicity which waa the highest art the story ot the Fifth George eating buckwheat with his queen in the American canteen in his How brief and tactful the notice of their com ing The king and queen desire to call at the Eagle and will be there in a few Unannounc ed they drive little George in his snug uniform and carrying his faith ful stick almost a measure of him self a size motherly unfashionable in her simple dn her look ing like any other decent English woman who had four wellbrought up boys and a girl a copy of her They climb the steps Into a hall where the soldiers and Brit are playing writing singing camp eating with the sauce of hun feeling at home in a sympathetic freeandeaey grace of many Bounds and of liberty George and Mary are or dinary come to disturb no to iriingle with to be friend No distinction above no want to eat an AmericanHsl and eft down with the boys at one of the big tables cov ered wfth Buckwheat cakes is best says the a little flustered by the And buck wheat cakes it with New Eng land maple George and Mary clear their plates with vote the unfamiliar griddle cakes good and then the rounds of kitchens and departing like people who had had good It was the most natural thing for every inch a to Oh the Fourth of July will George turn in his grave the king is to pitch out the first baseball in a game between American Ablle one of our most unabashed diamond has been coaching George Jn the right and pro bably the king Is a bit nervous about his He is certainly more concerned than Ablie a king of baseball comedians and always a complete stranger to TVe kings must stick said Charles of Austria to a royal pal In the same boat the other George of England has another ver sion We democrats must etlck to and what he His days are spent In doing Ills bit 1iie opeof which should really read A busy king is He ie seen every where and at all times of tho day and night in camps and over there as wail as in England some times in munition factories at re at receptions to soldiers of the at where his pre sence and a kindly word may He a hero as much as any one likes to talk to Tommy and has a great desire to be hospit able to the fighting men from over Heart and soul he is In the war all He does not want 4o reminded of his German for John is Georges ideal of a human Perhaps he has a alight preference for the in Which he brought over the army but he would never show In the navy George was taught equal ity and how to bo a and he has never fait like a traditional king since he assumed life Pat OBrien of the aviator who es ped from German that to whom ho told tiio story ot nis aUventuro by a one of the most democratic men he ever met which inuat be Prince Max Charles Llchnowtky German at London at the outbreak of the The Jewish correspondence bureau of The Hague aays it learns from Ber lin that panGermans are agitating for a tax on The after careful con has decided that the bonds of the next Victory Loan like those ot all previous be free of all Dominion Emperor William himself has fallen a victim to the Influenza which has been so prevalent In the German according to advlces from a Swiss The period for subscribing to the eighth Hungarian war which was to cloee on July has been extended untilJuly according to advices from Isabel of New and a widow estimated to be worth about 20 million has just been married to Orrln John an Overtures by the Democrats of Michigan for the bipartlzan nomina tlon of Henry for United States were ignored by Republicans at the meeting of the atate central A secret session willhe held by the Prussian house of function aries and usersbeing It is expected that the dismissal of Prince Lichnowsky from the body will be discussed and decided at the Dorothy daughter of Walker of wasgrant ed a divorce when she testified before Judge Flynn at Jn support of her crosscomplaint for her divorce that her sworn at A senate bill granting pensions of a month to widows of soldiers of SpanishAmerican war or Philli pine where the income of the widow does not exceed a year was the house and sent Calgary have received advices to the effect that the Ameri can boot and soon be off the Canadian owing to pend ing action In United States to ward an embargo on the export of this former chairman of the board of directors of the Union Pacific Railway has been elected pre succeeding re cently appointed Federal manager of the Union Pacific and other Western Missing since July Lee Landrum a rancher near Bassano found drowned in the Red Deer River by manager of the Spring field Alberta Landrum was 36 years of and was apparently drowned while trying to cross a A large shipment of baled hay reached the North Toronto station re It was consigned from Mon and when one of the bales was opened it was found to contain a nice little caeket of mountain In the total shipment of hay 11 casks were The death of com mander of tine 23rd Italian which fought brilliantly in the Piave was reportedin an offi cial dispatch from General Fa dlnl was killed toy bursting shell while motoring to inspect positions at the As a result of inspection made at the Tuckett facory in Hamilton a week the company will be summoned to the police court to answer a charge of breaking the factory act in em ploying child and also women in the factory after the hour of six Georges a French ace with a record of twelve German planes brought announced that ie would go to Detroit and fly from here to Chicago next Sunday in his Spad The lieutenant said he expected to make the night from De troit In less than four MM Traffic earnings of the three prin cipal Canadian railroads for the first week in July aggregated a decrease from the corresponding week a year ago of which is slightly above the average weekly de cline for the last Grand Trunk was the only one ot the three roads to show an dean of the faculty of applied science at the University of British has been selected by the imperial authorities angeolo gical expert with the British forces in he Holy and will leave for England shortly for Palestine to take up his new Before to he University of British Brock was in charge of the Dominion geological for Pat talked to George without a iltch for an hour and a quarter and was never more at in hi Edward was bom to be a royal statesman and negotiate alliances on the continent which shpujd prove the safeguard of the BrJtisJv empire It a certain thaY the Sailor was torn to show that a king can be a genuine democrat j and lover of liberty in the great war j to preserve the British empire and to save the world from autocracy and odious the 16yearold son ot ot was drowned In the Saskatchewan river while bath wife of adjutant ot the convalescent and military at died at Seba A drive for speedier movement ot coal to the Atlantic Seaboard was in augurated in the toy regional director of Western i In a recent German raid on the Bel more tBM fifty girls were killed by air bombs fauhcUed upon an am bulance park at behind the Yser front We warn you to go Is a notice to the Berlin pub lished by the German clothing depart as qtioted In an Exchange Tele graph dispatch from Leonard Belle hail been killed at Mont in An airplane acci He had Just completed his course and was ready to leave for Word has been received at Van couver of the death In England of 1fmer professor ot classlce in the University of He was 59 years of ExGovernor of Ed has been appointed temporar ily as Public Service Eftlciency Offi cer until John A Reid from England to take the Billy the la to undergo a eerlousioperation at a Roch ester hospital for Before going to the hospital Sunday announced that his proposed France had been indefinitely It was announced unofficially at Victoria that George Courtenay would succeed Sperry as general man ager of the Pacific Great Eastern rail Courtenay was formerly in the shipping businisi at Victoria George mown resi dent of wae instantly kill ed by train 4 as it pulled of yards had been load ing junk on 5 and stepped in front of the leaves a wife and 10 Official notices ore being issued by the city of Montreal to the effect that all bachelors reached the age of 25 yearsfwllo are or making a living tot are to rfBeiejlal tax of a onlor before tSefirst of August have been sent Pro vost Marshal General Crowder to all local draft ordering the cessation of the privilege granted registered men volunteer of sel ecting the arm of the No ac tion rims been taken to stop the en listment in the of men of class Flight Lieut Howard bought an AutoStrop Safety Razor before leaving for Overseas to use his own it is built for there is nothing to get out of it is elwaya ready for it keeps its own blades in perfect shaving con dition and I can gat a cleaner and more comfortable with it than any other I used and I have tried most of This it Pretty Strong Evitact of the satisfaction to b0 ob tained from the of an AutoStrop Safety Raior for the morning Special Military hrtfit AuloStrop Safety Our Own July Anglican Sunday school held Its annual picnic wait of town on Tuesday A considerable number of Ooteman people were there The children tad a delightful time as theday was rery Beach amongst the youngest and made things enjoy able for the There ware about seveMjrflve We are sorry to learn tbat the local Inspector of mines about to leave He has been appointed superintendent of the Hllcrert taking the place of Drlnnan who has gone Stevenson came here last Shaw having been removed to We are informed that of has been appointed Inspector of mines in this a representative of tbe Sunday school Federation ot Al and who is in attendance at the summer school near ad dressed the Union Sunday School last Sunday The Baptist and Presbyterian Sunday Schools have last Sunday morning being the first session of the united Weitman assisted very efficiently in organiilng tbe ot the Etzikom dis Is now visiting medical officer ot the Baker Is hale and hearty for his He preached for many years In Ontario and Quebec Baptist la Stuart McKay of the Royal Flying is reported mlse This is the report that Baach of the local customs re ceived this morning concerning his who Joined the Flying Corps last He trained in Texas during the winter and went to England in the He formerly was in attendance at the Royal Mili tary College at His parents live In Fraser of of the and others ot the Coleman installed offi cers for the Blairmore Lodge last The following officers were stalled Od Alex Morency and family motored to Fernle last Sunday and returned the same Payiaud and four for merly residents of arrived from this Pay laud Is still at the front fighting with the French party came back via New The West Canadian Collieries of Blairmore are turning out 1200 There are prospects that the tonnage will increased In the near Since the Frank mine has been closed a number of people are com ing to dwell In Houses are quite scarce and building is almost on account of Sangreen and of were in town Sangreen has already brought up 000 eheep to graze around Daisy The two gentlemen are in tending to take up several hundred horses to graze during the The Masons the Pass met 1n Btaifinoto lust They gifoMi of tNe Rocky Moun tain Lodges Members the tlftfll HntiMMtft were pros to tot Auntie Of or Frurn our Own Jttly broke up here lait Friday taoriilng when the had a pleasant picnic which had beenarranged by their After the rblt tifcd been called the youngsters Into the school grounds where a number of parents had and had sports and At lunch houf a dainty lunch was served to all pres after whichtheprlies were given Cheers for the teachers brought a pleasant time to a and now the children are free from all school worry for two A good crowd 6t people gathered on thedepotplatform onFriday eve ning to say farewell to Pyke and MIsa Pyke is leaving theschool to take up arms forKing and and Mlas Mclntosh Is go ing work In For some time there has been under way a to start a company of here and on Friday eve ning last a meeting was held to go fully into the There was a good number of boys out and it was decided to form a The meet ing was looked after by Robe who will be in charge of tlfe A program ofwork has already been arranged andH promises to keep the youthful spirits of dur under con Speck and his sister Velma spent the holiday visiting friends at The Red Cross has received a con tribution of from the fifteen members of the Dutch Christian formed COALPAEE From Our Own July week the farmers busily engaged in harvest ing their first cutting ot The yield the dry arid the lack of rain during the stacking makes it ofunusual qual Suggltt returned Wednes day from a business trip to Peters and son left Tuesday for a weeks outing In the Pawsons parents and sister have arrived from the States and are spending the summer living in the house lately vacated by and Elmer Sevan left Wednesday for Missouri where they expect to make their home in the fu Hazel and Jennie Emde spent the weekend at the Caloren home near the Dwight Kramer Sunday with his His sister Catherine mo tored with him back to on Monday where she and her sister Mar garet have accepted positions in a A Coaldales and Len Chamberlain and and George Knudson enjoyed the cus tomary charivari party on Monday Jessie Mclntosh arrived home Makes Honey having a littk capital to tovtit at right way to get thai capfcaf it to Mnwthing each week to that you can makt your money mtrt fvr ytm when tht dnw noWr M let tn hejjp you 10 Interctt pud every iix rnonwAi TME BANKOFl NOVA SCOTIA UlkWMltliaMI Thursday to spend the retnalnder of her vacation with home folks bavins been one of a party who motored U Glacier Park last A curiosity that most people believe unless theysse bund ot grassbearing tba property ol John says the Washingtoj Several members of hi flocks have a luxurient growth x tame grass growing ontheback anl well down the sides of their bodies giving them the appearance of havlni a green It is accountet for from the fact that grass seed fall Ing from the feed wagon and lodgln in the wool sprouted when being coii tinuously moistened by Oregons cop ious William widow ol the late William founder of the Ixmdorj died a her home In In he 92nd Two and grafatf sons are connected with the publish ing Arthur Sutherland publisher of the GlencoC Transcript Robert president ot thi British Columbia division of the Can adian Press Association and lati manager ot the Nelson News W of the Poaci River Record as sociate editor of the Power Houn and Canadian Toronto Bruce now ovei former sporting writer in th Nelson o is a WAKE UP Our town should wake up to the fact that some one else is occupying seat that really belongs to This intruder represents outoftown that business that should go to our own Only when decide on the policy of cooperation are we fully awake ;