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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 13, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBH1DOE DAILY HERALD Detail fUDerta DAILY AND Proprietors and Ltf HiRIDQE HKRALO PRINT INQ LIMITED Ut Sth Street Buchanan President and Managing Director John Torrortco Manager easiness M5S Witortal Office Subscription Riteat per week M per year by per year by mail per year by mall to of expiry of lubiorlptioiu ap pear dally on addreti Accept ance of expiration date li ear authority to continue the tub THE PROGRESS OF THE Germany has loit Its groat military i If repflrta are General Voa Htndenburf Is eald to have died after an attack congestion of the brain following a heated argument frith the kaiser over the offensive on 1 the welter a Hlndenburg was the great military strategist whom the Germans were led to believe would bring victory on the western front to German arma in a very short Stories of revolt In Austria in JJeglmente mutiny and the people talk If a revolution it trill come This much IB THE CASE OF THE FARMER IN BRITAIN AND The following owirs Item appears In the Condon of June 7th A proclamation made on Tues day by the King under the Military Service 2 withdraw with eome certi of exemption held by men born In It will be recalled that the cut was applied to men born in the years 1895 to 1899 Inclusive by the proclamation of April The present after re citing that a national emergency has directs as from Juno certificates of exemption from specified In the First Schedule of proclamation shall cease to have Applications for of it is pro may be made in the special cases and subject to tho provisions specified in the Second In the exemption certifi cates of men of twentyone and twentytwo have been The result has been all kinds of wild talk about these certificates being Scraps of the government breaking faith with the The comments the Bdmon ton shows that Britain not only have exemption certifi cates of men of these ages been can but thoseof men of and twentythree as one searches in vain In English papers for any denunciation of the government on the lines of that which hear In only has a cleancur1 of all exemptions of men of these ages been but large additional drains have been made upon those engaged to terming up to the age of From other occupations men are being taken up to fiftyone years of The London papers of June 18 tmJn the official warning Co those bora in the years 1868 and What a shocking offence it ia for Canadian fax the light of these facts regarding the situation in the Old to devote column after column of Ito space to telling the Canadian farmer how much worse he has been treated than the British far Nowhere la the Dominion is the so glaring as in the case of thp Edmonton which went eo tar as to say that tie English far ts while the Canadian farmer is the considering the needs of tho nrmy at that Wo believe most of tho tribunals did their work con scientiously and that their decisions wore fair and But it does not necessarily follow that their decisions at that time should hold good The compara tive value of n man now in his regu lar occupation as agaihet active ser vice has undergone a considerable change for the reason that losses on the field have been enormously greater thnn the losses in man power in the field of industry at and while the Industrial and production field may still have n groat need of his the army needs hie ser vices to a vastly greater We had an illustration of the re verse position In Britain early in the There was such a rush to re cruit that Britain was stripped of me chanics when the munitions de partment was thoroughly organized it was found that there woe n great scarcity of mechanics to man the mu nitions Tho result was that Lloyd George was able to show the army officials that the mechanics were more needed at home than in the and they were taken from the trenches and put to work at the There is no reason why this pre cedent should not work in the oppo site If the men of Canada are more needed in the trenches than in the fields there is no reason why PASSING W IN they should no f be It is quite possible that the machinery set up for the transfer may have been faulty but that is no good cause for the impasse which has arisen between the military and the courts of this It looks to The Herald as if we were losing our We are concentrating our minds on the incident rather than the whole war It really doesnt make very much difference whether or a men In are taken orleft at But if the process o from army and placing them in their civil oc or vice is to bring our military and our courts into con we are just so much to destroy confidence in our institutions and the morale of our people at home is being destroyed to just that ex We cannot eee why there should be this The matter of the machinery to be uded In securingm6n for the army was settled by the peo ple Canada last It was setttod without the question of a It would be Better tor all con there a llttla more ef made conciliate the differen between the courts and the mili tary along the lines denoted by the people of Canada at the general elec Talking about the constitutional ly of this Border or that here in Can three thousand miles from the battle going to win the DOSING SIGHT OF THE MAIN A state of unrest in military and circles has been brought about by effort on the part of some aided by a number of lead tea to set aside the order Jocouncil cancelling the exemptions iff certain men in Olaes 1 who were jjTfanted exemption last Jt would that tho draftees affected are endeavoring to set up a precedent of laceexempted alwaysexempted a ffHly remarkable position considering Canada ia at war and that she alrooit certain to be at war for 0 years or more at the exemption boards last they considered the ipierits of each weighing the eaelunan in to which he was then en gaged as compared with hie value to FromOur Own Correspondent July George Yen who iais been connected with the grain here for a number of sold out and Intends moving to His house and furniture been purchased by the the Barons and Whitelake Methodist The house will henceforth beused as a parsonage and who been visiting friends atOlds and home The ups and downs of the Barons Baseball Club are terrible to The oldtimers and the regulars met again last week to decide finally the baseball supremacy the The game developed into a cricket match and resulted in a each side scor no leas than 16 Pretty rot ten On Friday evening the regulars travelled to Grauum and lost to the best nine of that town by a score of to Not so On Tuesday eve ning the team visited Champicn and got walloped so badly 26 runs to 7 that all hope of their ever being ball players Yesterday eve Claresholm paid us a visit and the home team surprised the populace by playing a nice snappy game and winning by a acorrj of 9 runs to The question What are we to expect next A McLaughlin touring car License 22139 drived by a foreigner called was seized yesterday under a sheriffs at tho instance of James a Forerrtoet automo bile It appears that the car was sold by Beguin to a man named Smith on the instalment the dealer holding a lien against it for thounpaid the Sinith skipped across the border to escape draft and Meet got posses aion of the He claims to have paid 600 for it and has placed his case in the hands of of this Last nlght the Londonlan a travellingcompany of gave a performance in the Barons Opera There is no truth iu the rumor that tho Barons Baseball Club has issued challenge for a series of games with tho New York pu please The Barges and Feed Barn i introducing a new idea by providing and water for horses at lite per Venables has appoint ed agent of ihu imperial Oil at this Tho Rt Thomas Bishop of the Catholic Diocoso of Al Is Douglas Fairbanks was oadly burn ed fighting forest fires near An Ho got through to but is in a serious Pinned under a Brooklyn street Ada a whose log wns calmly directed the rescue of Imprisoned The Dry Goods Association is protesting the National Defence Councils suggestion that tho usual Christinas trade campaign bo aban Quentln son of former President brought down his first German air plnno in a fight north of Chateau The Jesuit College at Ouelph was raided on direct orders from General minister of says Palmer of who preached in Receipts of lost Tuesday from war savings and thrift stamps sales in were the largest of any single day since theso securities were offered to the Sales from July 1 to July 9 totalled To equalize the price of sugar to tho consumer in the face of prospects of an increase due to threatened and secure Pre sident Wilson has createdthe sugar equalization board on recommendation of Food Administrator Inhabitants of Beauce county have arranged a special train to meet Beland at Lewis en his return from after nearly fohr years in a Gorman and will hold a solemn service of thanksgiving at his native town of Walter Sinclair and Elsie alias appeared in the Winni peg police Sinclair is wanted in Edmonton on a charge of abdwc tioii sworn to by the girls The girl is held as a material wit v Miss Kathleen sister of the at one was engaged in journalistic work in Can has been gazetted a member of the Order of the British Empire for services In connection with the Miss Shackleton helped organize the staff of the Coal Committees Depart ment of the Lpndon Board of Gordon Dominionento is coming from Ottawa to investigate the mosquito pest in tha Fraser Valley and to suggest means for riding the valley of the In some districts the mosquitos so bad that it is difflout to fruit it is William of and Charles of were elected vice presidents of the Associated Advertising Clubs of the at the closing sessions of the organizations fourteenth annual con vention at San DArcy of was reelected New Orleans was selected as the next convention The measure providing for the re moval of the privileges of the char ter of the Bank of for a period of twentyfive beginning Jan uary passed the chamber of deputies by a vptoor 325 to An amendment introduced by Magnla ude making the limit 15 years was The bill has been before the chamber for the last three The report of the address made in Vancouver by of Win has aroused educational autho rities In Winnipeg to Bayley made charges that the Winni peg school board was hostile to de mocracy and bent the knee slavishly to wealth and Bayley spoke as a member of the teaching staff of a Winnipeg a Winnipeg was arrested in the police court by military police for remarking that the Military Service Act is no Ber nier was defending a Roumanian who was being prosecuted by the Dominion On the Intervention of the Bernier was released on parole on the understanding that he would appear before the Dominion p61ice He apologized in court the slight to the military Victory Loan 2 will be on in full swing in about thitee months with a canvass beginning prob ably about the end of October or the beginning of It will aim at and halfbillion is ex pected as the net Alberta will tie in line with the Dominion wide and organization for the campaign will be effected in the near under the provincial conven orship of Since the inauguration of the con under direction of Bupplies and the army stationed or In training in Canada has bee norganlzed for war times economy and in the ten military districts con by the substitution of OUO pounds of beef woresaved in tho month of May and approximately tho same amount in the mouth of Very encouraging results havo been attained in Ihu conservation of foodstuffs of all kinds as we11 os other liread twod in Canadian camps ami in all places where troops aiv fad in Oanada by the government i contains twenty per substitute of while till Ihs flour it self in of tho standard required by order ol the Canada Food Arthur Lynch has invited Roosevelt to go to Ireland and in for the Loudon Pierce of of the Royal has boon killed In action over the tinea in Most Dennis Dougherty of wns enthroned as nrch bishop of the 800 of Pennsylvania and tho State of AH coinage records were broken during the yearending June 30th with new coins val ued at Attempting to steal four Frisco iboys dropped a lighted match in an explosive warehouse they and all Frisco was rocked on its Walter for the past four years local inland revenue officer at and whoheld a sim ilar position for 36 years at died Among those who are taking the special course In agriculture at On tario Agricultural College with the teachers are more than 25 teaching sisters from the various Roman Catho lic convents In Western Major James British star who is credited with bringing down 54 German machines and Victoria Crose was acci dentally killed while flying from Eng land to He fell on the French Breckenridge of who recently arriv ed In Switzerland from Rumania after having been held a prisoner by the brought with him a decora tion bestowed upon him by King Fer dinand ofRumania for his efficient work in fighting typus epidemic hi that So great is the demand for airplane spruce by the that as well as Sitka spruco is now being Canada has large resources of eastern spruce and the war mission board Is at present trying to secure in eastern Canada as large an amount as possible of the grades suitable for In connection with the new Air Force decorations and the colors of the it is officially stated are Distinguished Flying and Air Force and Distinguished Flying and Air Fore and In all cases the ribbon wilt be worn 30 as to show a colored band at the A case similar action involv ing the administration of the Canadian Military Service Act was started in the supreme coutt at Vancouver when John a young Vancouver instituted habeas corpus pro ceedings to secure his release for the present from the ranks into which he had been drafted as a class two The order nisi was made but it is stated that the decision of the court here will be withheld until the result of the Calgary case is Newfoundland is threatened with a sugar tamine for an Indefinite period owing to the action of the Interna tional Sugar Comjnittee at New York cancelling all shinnients of sugar for Island has been on half rations sugar for the last six Colonial food authorities cannot why this has been done and are endeavoring to secure a revision of tho 4 An unusual eveiit occurred at Wei LEMON JUICE i TAKES OFF TAN Girls Make bleaching lotion if skin is tanned or Squeeze the Into a bottle containing three ounces of Orchard shake and you have a quarter best sunburn and tan and complex ion at small grocer has the lemons and any drugstore or toilet counter TV 111 sup ply three ounces of Orchard White toe a few Massage this sweetly fra grant lotion Into the arms and hands each day and see how windlwn and tan disappear ami how soft and white the skin Yea It ia Motorist Paradise Golf Touring Get frosh vim for your war your efficiency by a visit to dis tinctive VICTORIA and wonder ful Vancouver Kurc pean tour in WRITE FjOR INFORMATION VICTORIA BRITISHCOLUMBIA From Our Own CcSrvpspondontl July action of the school board in hastily offering tho prlnclpalahlp of our school to one of the members of the and capable a teacher as she brought them under a fire of The public object to the action on tho grounds 1 First no such important appointment should be made without a proper advertisement of the position In the leading newspapers the which was not done in this 2 Secondly tho position demands a certificate higher thansecond A university graduate pf good stand ing and thoroughly quali fied to tench tho higher mathematics and sciences required In tho X find XI should bo aimed Maximum and not minimum scholarship is 3 a man would be pre ferable as principal of the oth er things being As the rest of the some 10 teachers are women it is duo to tho boys that at some period in school course they should como under a male Tho masculine touch is as necessary as the feminine touch in the proper education of boys and Especially on the playground can a male teacher be of great service to the For these the public hope land Avenue Methodist whoh Hamil on behalf of friends in the con presented a large bouquet of flowers to Daniel who has reached the age of 99 and regularly attends this church Sunday To be within one year of the century mark and still go out each Sabbath to worship was made the oc casion of many complimentary re marks by the The Knights of Columbus announc ed the opening of a lost soldier de with headquarters at New Throughcooperation with tho adjutant generals the state ment the bureau will furnish in formation as to the whereabouts of men through fail to keep in touch with their families and The Red Cross looks after prisoners and those who do not write home ibecause they are Simlas recruiting returns show that the numbers recruited In the fourth year of the war will be three times as great as during tho third Every province shared this great de Punjab heads the list but the Musselmen and Dogras are doing Burma is The recruiting or ganization has become so powerful andelasticthat it should be capable of meeting all demands that the offer referred to IB not be yond At a Joint meeting of the and 0 t Wednesday evening In tng public school the local committee by Henderson presented tho with B complete baseball out fit and the Rfrls wlth ten dollars to wards tnefr sports Mr returned oh WodnesdayvMrt TMd on Saturday frotfi Western A nW and a hml an at Uio White Ash Mine pi Wednesday the result that George lies In the Hospital with a pall o block eyes and n badlybruis and tho mule Is bolhg shipped to Europe to bliok theHlndenburg Last Trnllo ploughing near Hart was Jolted out of his softfclandcame underneath the serious Abdominal On Sunday he was brought to the local hospital where he was oper ated on by HosS ifiwt sucfeumbed to his injuries the following Miss Helen Bryan has received no tification that she hag passed her musical vxdmlnatlon in connection with the Royal Academy of making an average of 78 in her We are glad to see that the Taber Times is increasing its Miss Rota East being his latest addition and that it Is also getting after the town cattle and Ing like having a progressive and fearless paper in the Much Indignation Considerable indignation has been stirred up in town recently the arrest and fining of several reputable citUoni did noliappen to hIVe their registration on their Even King of the Is reported to nod at tlmeai Who then can safe Wo shall have the Jumps soons if this goes on and our hot weather Surely it Is sufficient penalty to lay upon the absentminded beggars to refuse htm his pay or a oar or ft meal or a drlnlr of water without dogging him with the A friendly of baseball wns played Wednesday evening on tho Iqpal diamond between Chin and Tab the latter winning The Presbyterian Sunday school and congregational picnic Is slated for Wednesday July Autos will leave the church at 2 for the river bot A program of sports ia being prepared and a good time Parents will bring the usual of good their registration After having suffered long tlmo William NUss passed away on July 10th at whero he had been operated on a few daya previous for A up hard working HWd and respected by all who him a de voted husband and a loving his loss will be deeply felt in the home and the He bore his long and severe illness with Christian for and died a member of tho Presbyterian not yet certain whether his will bo brought to Taber tor interment or tato en to his native town in The Peace River District The Fort Vermilion District The New Peace River Oil Fields the Land of the Midnight Sun The Last Great West THREE SPECIAL EXCURSIONS LEAVING JULY AUGUST AND SEPTEMBER via Dunvegan British Columbia Railway from Edmontoh to Peace and Steamer Peace River to Port Vermilion and six hundred and sixty miles of water trip on largest and finest River Boat In Return Fare from including meals and berth on Tickets good for thirty days with privilege of passengers remaining over at Fort Vermilion for next boat if they so Special arrangements have been made for boat to stop two and a half days at Fort Vermilion so as to give passengers an oppor tunity of visiting the Government Experimental The Sheridan Lawrence Mission and to examine the Agricultural posajhilities of the Great Fort Vermilion FOR INFORMATION AND RESERVATIONS WRITE OR WIRE TO C V PRESBYTERIAN Knox Church Corner 4th and 8th Paitor Acting During July and August the evening service will be held at Instead of of the Lords Supper will bo observed at the mornfag JO Boya Big Sisters Bible Big Brothers Bible Other Department of Sun day School 4 Chinese THE UNITED CHURCH OF NORTH LETHBRIDGE Paator 1271 Sth Phone 1659 10 Class Meeting for Boys and 10 Boys Department of the in the Topic The Shepherd Second In a Beginners and Primary De partments of the In the Girls Department of the ia the Adult Department of the in the Topic for Truth Seekers Adult Reading Gods or War Time for and Boott Topic Deep Sea PENTECOSTAL PENTECOSTAL ASSEMBLY 205 Thirteenth Pastor 357 16th Services and Tuesday anU 8 Evangelist and Sfott A Hearty Welcome to METHODIST Wesley Church Residence 320 llth Parsonage Church Study 408 Claude Director 11 Morning Teaching of the Simple Bible School and Blblo Subject The Ideal ANGLICAN Cyprians Church 11th Street and 8th Canon Me full Rector Sunday School end Bible 3 EVENSONG Holy and 3rd Bun days at 2nd and 4th Sundays at 11 at 4 CHRISTADELPHIANS Meet in the Moose Higinbotham Entrance 5th and 2nd Wednesday at 8 Bible Sundays at 10 To Break Bread in of the Lords and at To Proclaim the Glad Tidings of the Kingdom of Subject Twentieth Century Idolatry All No NORTH LETHBRIDGE GOSPEL HALL Late 5th Baptist Church Speaker John G35 13th Sunday School 34 Subject The Miracles Record ed in Mark BAPTIST Pint Baptist Church 3rd and 9th t Patter Regular services at 11 and During the pastors absence the ser vices will be taken by Chriftian Church 3rd and 8th Oliver Pastpr 612Seventh Street South Phone 502 you are planning to be at Sunday School on time tomorrow at Morning Worship as usual at Christian Preaching at Tha tlon of SALVATION ARMY v and 11 Sunday 8 Corp 8 8 Life Saving Scouts and Guards Tbc Citadel Band in Sunday and Thursday Everybody Welcome CHRISTIAN SCIENCE CHRISTIAN SCIENCE Hull Knot Sunday at 11 Subject Sunday School convenes after tho morning Wednesday Ing at 8 Che reading room is open daily ex cept Sundays and legal from 3 to 5 the Bible and author Ized Christian Science literature may be borrowed or The public is cordially invited to at tend tho church also In visit the reading ;