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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 12, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta Ubc teralt tUberta DAILY AND WMKUY and UffkBRlbQE HtRAUD INQ LlMlTtO Street Vtf A and Managing Dtrfotov Tonance TILRPHONM natnesi Otttee ottiee per per year by par year by per iTt wj 9 vr by mall year to Datea ot expiry of Mar dally on address Accept others dte date tt ot papers Minority 16 continue the PROGRESS OF THE The allied advance on tho Somme Is continuing but sterner resistance is now being the Germans having up strong reinforcements The capture of Chaulnes by the Can was recorded Th total in prisoners is now near and the guns number This the total in prisoners alnce July when Poch first took the to nearly The foundations have evidently fal len away from Bolshevism in Russia The CzechoSlovak movement 1 growing in and the repor comes today that Lenine and Trotsky the heads of the Bolshevik govern have fled to the naval base o where they may moke easy escape into Germany in case o THE PROPOSED TRAIN There isnt much that can be said in favor of the proposed new train Btt the fact is now well un erstood by the American NEWS IS FINE BUT DONt EXPECT TOO It is a long way to al hough the Allies are wlnnltg sue esses which are doing to alee the spirits of the people at home o diaay heights as compared with tho ariod of waiting and depression which followed the German offensivo eglnnlng March it is well that wo hould not expect too much this The very fact that Generalissimo with hte able corps of comman ders has been able io wrest the in tiatlve from the Germans Is the most nspirlag faot of recent war and augurs well for the It is only that we should not5expect too and that we should on this slacken ef orts at home io maintain thearmies n the best fighting condition The fact that the initiative has passed to Foch as we have the jig event of the and the allied people are not the only ones who real 16 The German papers are begin ning to find it hard to explain away the recent German but it is to the Austrian press that we may look for the greatest candor In discussing the military playing second realizes that defeat is now now that the weigh of American forces is beginning to tel and fn a recent article In the Arbeite Zeitung of admission to this effect was The assaults of the Allies agalns our new front have in no way dimin ished in That is a fac which gives one cause to wit adversaries like the th technical superiority of the German such that the numerical super iority ot the Russians was ot no im On the west the situatio is quite diiferent to riot let us for got that the French and the Anglo Saxons are side by side with th Germans and the most civilized peo pies in the and they are in position to turn all modern technica inventions to their own On the other let us take into consider ation Uie invincible spirit which ani mates the French the tradi tion of victory and glory which only these last few years German history has somewhat PICKED PASSING UP ell CARDSTON HOSPIIAL IS PROGRESSING dule affecting Lethbridge other than that it makes Jor It is just j a question whether tt is not too eco1 The only comment The Herald has to make Is that if the economy in French of the ability of gives a value to the armies of the entente at the very least equal to that of One admit that in the west thesefactors which military and technical value represent do not the number of trains is necessary In j henceforth play any Those are order to save coal and manpower for the winningof the war we have no right to But if the company is seizing on the economy cry in order io put Into effect a reduced service in order to pile up more profits there Is no defence to Railways are pub lic service corporatlono and the people have a right to expect In stead of service the schedule be a sort of It might be as well for the Board of Trade to get a ruling from the Board of Railway Commissioners as to how tar it is considered necessary to go present in the way o economizing in AMERICAN TRIBUTE BRITISH If the Yankees boast it IS just as well to remember that they tjre ready to give the otherfellow all the credit that is coming to him when tba opportunity An eicelleni example of thte is seen in the praise the Americans have for the J3ritish flieet which has accomplished so much djurlug this American statesmen lose no opportunity to laud the Britisl and the tributes of the Amerl press are moat A recen eulogy of Britains sea power appear ed in tha Spokesman Review unde the caption British Fleet Fighting Our BalfleV as follows Lloyd George paid a merited tri bute to the British of not In a spirit of national but with a definite purpose to impress upon parliament fcnd the British people the necessity not impairing in the slightest de fcrae thet service of that great arm fit the allied Speaking admiringly and gratefully pf the fact that the United States sent troops to Europe hi the bremler disclosed the interesting fact iljat of them were carried Across the Atlantic in British The British as Roosevelt w frequently pointed has been protecting the American people ever since we entered the war with Ger It s fighting our battles as well a those ot the the French and Ita Even before we entered was hunting down the sub iat weresinking bur own tiips and ocean commerce and was eeptagitfce open tor all the neut al nations of the M It had not been for tu emaey of tbaBtttlah over the Ger a navy the war fleets long would heva come out of biding to to attack our acroM the Allan anil fo raid a great as Get ny Is now raiding in a feeble way Sr shipping along the Atlantic sea fact tato be kept in clear that in sending armies to we fighting our own bat for our pwn not conferring npou our Ever since Germany has been wag war American ideals and ot government advantages which have been neutral It therefore results in contra lictlon to what happened on the east ern that the decisive factor in this war will be Now it 3 incontestable that the uperiority1 of the entente is increas ng every This admission is highly important n view of admissions which are now eglnning to appear in the German It isthe knowledge that defeat inevitable disseminated hrough the Central will mate for ai quicker ending of With such a knowledge it will be hard or the German peope to face a fifth winter of war with its starvation and Nevertheless it is a long way to Berlin and there is a desperate struggle especially as seems to be the growing the war must be carried on to Gorman soil be fore the militarist spirit of the Ger man people is broken and a lasting peace thus The allies are getting the upper hand and their superiority is growing so rapidly that they are not likely to stop at half measures having gone through four yeara of Brines that were TO AREAS OF Fl Hamilton has been In lucted Into the Presbyterian charge at Gilbert of Whltechurch resbyterlan has been ppointed chaplain with the Aviation forseven yenrs pastor of Starthclair and Marny Pros yterlan has resigned from iis charge Hannah wife ot Henry is She was 73 years of age and had been a resident of Ross land for 19 John a Morris Township was fatally hurt when his took fright and dragged him under a binder across a Customs collections for the Port of Parry Sound for July were and for the corresponding month last year At a fine of and costs waa imposed on Francis Wai don and Henry charged with destroying and pilfering fruit on Hyslop jiastor o Grandview Presbyterian has been called to Alexander Presbyter of tot many years Clerk of Whltby will com a ministry of forty years th coming and the anniversar will be Production of anthracite coal dnrini tho week ending August establishei a new record for Washington wit Employes of Toronto Canadian EJ press who have been out o strike decided at a meeting held at the labor to accept the com panys offer a board of conciliation and the men will return to i Sir George of Lon a noted barrister and chair man of the international waterways and boundaries which had been scheduled to sit in died in his 72nd yean While turning out to pass a team of horses at the Amisch halfway between New Hamburg and an automobile containing four persons Miss Kathleen and Edna Arnold of were Herbert accountant with the United Grain Growers in was instantly killed whenhis car skidded on the Battle bridge near Pon Carried away 8 feet of rail and dropped 14 overturning in its Montreals death roll the week ending August 3 included 150 children under fivo years of age being fewer than 60 per of the tota mortality for the For the cor responding week lalt year the total of deaths of children underfive years of age was An inventor in London of a pape sack for potatoes recently produced specimens of the texture made from and also large the new which is being closely examined by the tribunal au the National Service As a result of the intense heat a midday the beams in the main street bridge at expand ed to such a degree the could not be closed after it had been swung open to allow the passage o an outgoing Victor Odium Co wife ot Odium o the 4th has urned to Toronto after paying a vis o her husband in Brig Odium was decorated by th king while Odium was in the ol He now possesses the follow ing decorations with and Ho hos tho a decoration received in Miss Anna the famous stage is slowly dying In New York jeing the victim ot ankunknown iaso her Von min ster of has announced In larliament twelve meatless weeks to ave the needful of Isaac of urged at the license committee meet ng there that the sale of Ice cream should be eliminated on Spontaneous combustion inthe hay oft caused the destruction by fire of the barn on the property ot the Water oo County Golf and Country The commodious club house which has been donated to the Ottawa branch of the GreatWar Veterans Association by the citizens ot the was openedlaat Death removed an aged Stratford in the person ot Thomas who was in her 93rd and had resided there for over sixty Over people attended the for mal opening of tha Latter Day Saints which in session this week at One man was another is dy ing and four others were injured when a New Jersey and Seashore railway train struck a gasoline motor truck on a grade crossing near Miss Ella Akins killed and three otherpersons were injured at Moose when an automobile in which they were rid ing At least six of tha girls and women in the Dry Forks community are tak ing the places of menin the by riving horses on the sweep r Russell elevenyearold on a farmer near was thrown by a frightened team In front f a hay rake and killed being ragged arourid the Climbing up and eating some pills hat had been left In a Eva threeyear of Mr md GarfieM of Brant Cdpnpeteiit Nunc Iff thnrge Of Hmpttal With An From Our Own Correscoridltnt Inti mated in your the Cardston Hospital la now open for all patients and is in charge of Miss a very competent graduate and she has an assistdht in the person of Mies the temporary closing was the marriage of one of the Claude nee Miss Alice and the departure for the States ot Miss Phoebe who Is returning to her former field in con sequence of the war Preliminaries are all arranged for thehospital unit in this locality and the provisional board of directors named as follows for the municipali ties and districts comprised Card Pitcher Olenwood and Hill Stewart Taylor vllle and John Johansen Mountain View and Smith Spring Coulee and name not yet re These temporary will de cide onthe and estimate the revenue andex pendlturennd present the scheme for The hay supply of Central and Northern Alberta as far as the large areas around Lesser Slave Sawrldgo Swan Drift Pile and Butter Creek Indian Reserves in Northern and Central Alberta seems to be about The action of the government in promoting trading between the stockmen and who hay soems to have resulted In a great dealof satisfactory The beat that the government could do was to help people to help them selves by giving all the information obtainable about feed There are still a good mauy stockmen from the south who are looking tor hay In Central and Northeru Alberta and no doubt small patches will be picked up in different Business at present is connected principally with the aecrarineiof groeu feed made from the frozen wheat of CJentral and Nprttiorn The frost been a ralher stunning blow to a many and bus iness has hot jnjide wogresK it The uncertainty of market has prevented some farmersfrom in vesting binder twine in the harvest lug of the In other tases far mers have been a little slow in fixing prices and business has not gone on fajsf as it have One stocliiuan has contracted for 400 tons of groeiifced at Legal at a ton but moat of the business managerof Sask atchewan Motor one of the most menin dropped at formerly president of tho BeW a well known hardware at one time president of the Halifax board of and a governor of Mount Alllsson died his home at Halifax last Land in the Milk River and Cypress Hills districts is unsuitable for cultiva tion or for settlement under the sol diers land settlement ing to the of of the Calgary the Great War Veterans the final decision by ballot of the Our local member of the provincial Martin has lent assistance to the placing of the project In shape so as to go before the voters at an early All citizens who have given this matter any serious thought or inves tlgation are aware Of the urgent need of a hospital unit at this point and It is hoped to makethis one of the first to be brought in under the new It is believed that all the rate payers will heartily endorse their bal lotsfor thismuch needed Victory At the request of the committee and the Martin our vigorous member has been at Calgary this week in connection with the victory loan campaign that is be undertaken in Few mem bers understand better the conditions ol their district than Woolf and he will doubtless ably represent the views of thiT peonle here in thisim portant financial Vlsitort JOh Monday the visitors from the propertied Irrigation and reservoir scheme for the Cochrane land and finally the late In the WedrteMay Was the usual day and the Cards ton Choir under the management of with from the outside alsd repaired to the Some fifty or sixty care took a large number to the good time at this The visitors were taken tttf laketo the GJacler National Park by Miss In a large excursion and re turned to hold outdoor meeting in grove where brief addresses were made John WBMs and The choir ren dered very acceptably several chorus numbers from the recent sacred con fata under the leadership of View was visited on Thursday where genealogical classes were conducted by Elder Nephi Ander son and Lyinan and Wells with Pope Inspected the beautiful ranch of the Smith Company This is one of the most complete ant best equipped ranch Jiouses in the The supplied with saddle horses and rode over the ranch viewing the haying operations the fine herds of Hereford cattle and tho bred to say nothing of some 70 head of young mules ready for market Tho hill country dellgKled them also the sumptuous past awaiting them In the specially designed ten thousand dollar bunga finest ranch hoine in thi corner of After viewing tlv house from cellar to garret with it heating the guests splendidmusl provided by and S Guests from Cardston also ar and Y an Due Williams The visitors all re turned to Cardston a most en joyable evening Friday a trip to sGalbreat Ranch was the gogd fortune of Wood taking them over at the invitation of and Here is located not only one ot the best ranches in Montana but also one of the most commodious and uptodatehomes in the UJA AT BARONS WAS A BIG SUCCESS i From Our Own CorrooondMitl cele oration on Tuesday war favored with beautiful weather and proved a huge One of the features of the day was provided by the Cartnangay Boys To seV the little nippers on the some of them with musical bitter than them is a to be for and to hear thenv play Is a big The real inusi A hall game between Carman ana Nobteford Ifc the afternoon was won by the former1 Inthe evening Vulcan Lethbridge clashed in one olthe finest exhibi tions of baseball this season Vulcan coming out on An Interesting Item fthe tug ofwar between Carmangay Bar The home Bur nap for an for the bent decorated automobile went to Irt the freefor all pony race of won first place and Posey of Barona The Red Cross sup per was such a success that the ladies have not yet got through counting the taken The dance In the big hall at night was one of en joyable held tor some The number of sur rounding the grounds was a surprise to many of whom stated ithat they never seen so many cars at a country gaUtocwg Presumably our family names orig inated through some circumstance connected with or lite of one of pur but it la not often that we find a name nowadays that is appropriate the individual own ing An exception to blew in here in the persona of one The famous hospitality of this couple was thoroughly enjoyed and the ranch duly It would appeal to the heart of the most particular eugenic just behold these fine phy sical specimens almost perfect man hood and womannood and their beauti ful It is worth the trip to see aside from their ranch and numerous improvements and well bred The visitors departed for Raymond and he TaylorStake Con ference on Friday south were guests of Cardston a very pleasant dinner party in their Besides Wells and Nephi the visit ing there were the temple Zina Zlna of and Wood and Williams as guests A fine across the country on Tuesday where the visitors passing through Glenwood and Hill Spring viewed the cattle being gathered for t fl Field Marshal of was born October He saw war flrst Paris in When he was appointed to the command ot Richard Barry wrote wny New Ybrk as 6 clairvoyant who performed at the Opera House on Tuesday The performance was really good and was enjoyed by but the way that Cunning cunningly cajoled a large portion of Ihe audience into parting with 25c each rmerely to cover the expense of aletter answer ing questions was laughingly cun And the pile of J quarters that were handed In The manwho said there was sucker bornevery min uta had surely studied human nature but he shofld haveraised the ante to a hundred or of him in follows H6 has arrived a Pyjenfean mount lithe as with the UUD the shipping and also inspected the aquiline nose ot a conqueror five feet six inches in in 80 years Judging by his mental Waohlavilll declar ed essential to any whether In politics or in decision and a unity of Mrs the minister of interested herself in the strike of chambermaids and wait ers at the Hotel Interview ing both the employees and the man As a a settlement was arrived on the ground where the grain has been Already a considerable njum her ot cattle have moved north into different districts where The grain has been A thousand cattle will be moved by one rancher Bartch of Gleichen into tho Sedgowick The farmers around Killam and Sadg wick have been rather prompt to knock down their crop and put a de finite price on their feod along with the offering of the privileges of feed ing stock on tho The department has a largo list of offers of greenfeed and at present the situation is reversed from what it was during the hunt for The number of inquirers among stockmen for feed is not very It Is probably the that a good many have gone direct to the feed In order to make the necessary arrangements for the moving in of While there IB not the same activity at the govern ment offices as there was It is not likely that the whole demand for feed has boon Tho prompt action of the department from the beginning of the shortage has prob lem for the stockmen on the whole but there are no doubt n number of cases among the small stockmen where arrangements could be made for food and enabling them to hold tholr stock Instead of disposing of it at rutluciid It is a mutter of satisfaction that no general sacri fice of livo stock has taken chiefly hy ruason Of the foresight and action of the Department Those who are in sean h of Kupiilios should avail Our Own tions to and Guy Gilbert who were married last All the friends here and at Bow Island them the best of luck in their new The young peopleof Noble ford gavathfim a jolly time on Friday and on Saturday evening the aid folk of White Lake paid them a surprise Last Wednesday night agoodly company of their triehds gathered in their new home and had a real good social The if proposed the the bride and bridegroom in a few well chosen words and Guy Gilbert fittingly Russell proposed the the toast of and our soldier while Medd pro posed the health of and Gil Gilbert and Gilbert re who has been pay ing a visit to the coast arrived home last week Cranstown and Eric are staying at tha coast the end of Noble was away paying a visit toSpokane over the week He arrived back Thursday The Duncan Marshall district a visit yesterday and was fav orably impressed with the way the crops are While there wont be much of a harvest the summer fal lowed crop will be a fair Be was accompanied Mac for this It is expected that the new bank building will be completed in about another two It will be a great Improvement to our town wheu It is At a meeting of the farmers of the district held on Thursday the dele gates Harris and who had been In the ttorth hunting for gnve their Consider able discussion took place and evon tUHlly orders for about 1000 toni were Any other farmer oan pbtain a supply by seeing either Kllpat rick at the bank or MrJ Harris at his Last week end our the was taken suddenly sick ami was unable to fulfil bis ap pointment on His place was don Jngieenfeed will be by tho mov oil the iiiforjuation held at taken by Jaekmau ot Lath lasosfftpjf uprtbsyard auJ feeding the for theijc The Community Burden What are you and I doing tp lighten our communitys burden Are we piling on the back of our community inference and neglect Are we hold ing back our patronage If we are adding to the We are making it But if we are generously giving our community our loyal then we are doing our share in making the furden We can so direct our words and actions to lighten that Dont break the back of owjn Dp what you can to lighten the ;