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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 15, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta V V 1 t i THB OAtLt HKftALD JULY tthc fllbcrta DAILY AND WtCKLY and Publtthm PHI LtTHlRIDOI HERALD INQ LIMITiC Ml Street President and Managing Director fthn Torrnncs Bustneti tortel Subscription per week JO rear by per year by per yew tr per year to Datef of ezptry of ap fear dally on addreii label Accept of papers date u authority to continue tie PROGRESS dF THE The inactivity on the western front been broken by the resumption the German general which recommenced this morning the American Iront on the The fighting is on a thirty front in the vicinity of Chateau and which village was by the Americans some time The American forces and French are bearing the shock ot the offen The latest reports state that the Germans have crossed the Marne several The Americans and French are fighting with desperate andare causing heavy jossesamong the tiermari attacking iENCOURAQE THE SHEEP The Herald is pleased to see that the Dominion and provlirclal authori ties are taking hold of the feed situa tion with a view to providing hay for livestock next It Is a mat ter national Importance Just as it will foe matter ot national impor tance to see that Southern Alberta hare an available supply of next The prompt action the authorities in the feed crisis encouraging to the and the jjbmgeV that mnch of our breeding would go to the packers mar Hiet should now jVvIn the matter of summer range for j the sheep and cattle of Southern Al we hope measures just as Tompt be It is to be Uioped that the Southern Alberts Wool firowerg Association will bring strong ly to the headn of the government the facts regarding sheep range in the inpontaias northwest of Calgary as gathered by Peterson during the past couple of Our sheep In jlustry in thts province Is in Its In fancyIf only the government will how much good Bjpnmer feed fcnow going to waste because of lack ot appreciation In some quarters W the benefit of sheep to the coun There is no denying that there baa been in the past an antipathy on the part of the cattlemen towards the sheep but a definite program on the of the government would do much tp overcome It in only necessary ittf point outthat Canada raises about pounds of wool yearly she needs That be enough to convince the gov that the sheep industry fhould be and in no part ol Canada are Conditions more f avor nor will encouragement produce greater results than in Give the sheepmen the summer range in the mountains that the cattle will not and the industry will double in 0We two And the value of our land will increase in propor It is a vital matter to the Leth WHERE WILL THE AFTER THE WAR I Immigration after the war ie one jpf the problems of the future of Apodal interest to Western any light on the subject is eager Jjr sought But there Is one kind immigration that Western Canada jit not likely to and that is the Toronto Saturday Night Doubts very much whether any coun fciy In the world will want the Ger fnan immigrant alter reputation Pie people of that country have gain fA by their outrages against humanity this A good many German saye fjlJlfturday are beginning to view the coming era which la vaguely de jsjsjribed toy all of us as after the WMf They are waking up to that enjoyed a great BMP7 privileges in the world at especially those of it are remote from that ptja cannot regain by any kind of a victory she inay achieve with her It ty hook or crook she man ages to hold those conquests which the hope to her iron and steel industries no doubt stronger than ever but for the raw which are essontlnl to many of her other will to go bogging overseas to countries which are for the most part at war with her Wnr world trnde Is and her economists are very doubtful whether even complete con trol of tho Russian which was practically hers before the war will serve as complete Germany was so sure of speedily securing tho domination of Europe in and so convinced that on such a victory domina 4Jon would follow as n natural that ehe gave little thought to such Now her ec onomists and Industrial are frankly A ptiAse of tho problem wJilch has been cUtlined by one nf hor Schite Im Is the fate of that portion of hef Industrial popu lation which will seek employment at thoir old pursuits after Jho and will find such avenues closed to them by the lack of raw materials and the loss of He cites the textile Industries as They cannot be restored to their former dimensions within any period which it is possible will not only faced with the problem of finding work for the wounded unfit for his former which will bo serious enough for all but by the loss of certain occupations la that sure contingency Schulte there will be heavyemfgratlon to America and otherregions by the fit Already he proposes that any German who attempts to emigrate in Search of work or to es finaiiciai burdens Which are to mulc ted atleijitf his educa tion and inVlRary training has cost the not compelled to stay home and work at any labor the gov ernment Could there be a better example of German foresight and efficlancy This la what even doc torexpects In store for the German One factor seems to the Other nations willcertainly not German immigrants the honest friendship that they extended before they knew Itwas theyidiief ambition of the Fatherland destroy all other gov that Germans flesMnc to emigrate to most sections of rebelye a point stay at Calgary Herald askswhat a certain week and forget your Youll be able to wort little Manitoba fc boasting of a cflp thta we dotftjike tio but we know a couple ol Son Albert a sheep ranchers wlio would be disappointed than tlfiff PICKED VP Tho Ontario Railway and Municipal Hoard Is conducting Inquiry into the natural KIW sitiration nt Eddy and lb lately of lie Hamilton Methodist have been ordained as deacons in the Anglican accidentally killed In England on May 9 was the eldest son of and Reid of John of who is now only has returned home from having enlisted at the ORO of fifteen in the 201st Battalion in Hugh a clerk of admitted taking a roll and was committed for The family offered to provide restitution at the rate of monthly with In To honor the late John Ross Rob ertson by naming our Glen Grove School after is the least wo can do to perpetuate in loving memory such a life as said Trustee of There are few men who showed such nobility of character and steadfastness of pur pose as He eschewed the vanities of life and thereby placed himself in splendid Second Alchard Cotter of wns killed in an accident in Socialist and Hebrew trades union ists across the border are planning to assist tlte negrooe to organize into a vast labor Miss Katherlne Stineon was pre sented With a gold Medal by the Cal gary Exhibition Board in honor of the first mail carrying flight ever In the A committee ot English find Ameri cans line been formed with Queen Alexandra as to provide comforts for American soldiers nt the Letltla whose hus band is was drowned nt Centre while attempt ing to rescue lior fouryearold daugh ter who waded in beyond her depth and lost her Marie of the Lycee le take up work at Vassar in the autumn as exchange professor for a year under special ar rangement with the French High Com Burns and Company have com menced the erection of a ab attoir and packing plant at Prince It win be In operation early In Wpwmtrtf Md wilthandle 100 head cattle a day and 100 hogs an Jofcn Drew underwent an operation the femoral of from cfyefti at M New York The announced that the actors which been affected for several will be Andrew for Prince Al who has Just returned from a tint to the country along the east of Prlnco says conditions at Star TIs dale and Revaine Bank never was better tor His Royal Prince Arthur ot Connaught is on his way home from and toward the end ot the present he is expected to stay time In Canada and while ffelt a number of Canadian hos pitals training Cadets White and Buch of lost their lives In an airplane The ma chines collided at a considerable high altitude and crashed to the Cadet White was from Ontario and Buchanan from New York John ot is leaving for On Friday next ho will meet the acting prime min and the Other members of the sovernment at a special sitting of the cabinet re the railway situation on Van couver Ewlng for many years man ager In Vancouver of the Bank of and well known in banking circles all over the died of heart He had rettftd ftrtttn Mie bank AM ItaM 4uu been tit windtof up rt fairs ot fiitMOl Balk ot Van of arrested In Ot tawa carrying a cMtKlwto ap earently had wen Iseued to one tell Me Btrolgned be fore Magistrate and diarged with carrying a ragtetratlon riot his own Wallers was commit ted for trial before jndijeand Charles correspon dent ot the Associated Prese with the Italian armies on the AugtroItallan front during the Italian retreat from the Isbiuo rVerto the Piave last autumn and now on special service In has been awarded the Italian Army Service Decoration In recogni tion of his American wounded are now arriv ing In London in considerable num bers from sections ot where the Americans are btlgaded with the They reach thevarious main line stations on British hospital trains together with the Hundreds of Brit ish wounded which the trains are All persons going hereafter study the workings of the Canadian depart ment of vocational habitation of sol must too provided with creden tials from the Federal Board of Vocational The board an nounced today that so many visitors been going to Canada for that it has become necessary to keep out mere curiosity A now Industry has recently come to In of one of BHWt sanitary fruit MpMfcMt canneries In the Tne can under the local management of twMd and oper ated Dominion Canning and fire others In the 72 are operating In fortnt parts of the Premier of who IB at present In was a little surprised when he was aslted to pay throe for a cigar at the Sa He was more surprised When was asked two for a Cana dian When ho went to have at tcrnoon tea he could no sugar because he had no sugar having just arrived In London and sweetened his tea with a little lump from tho pocket of his Premier NorrU has now anigar and holds on to moat The family ot the late George Wish art of tho pioneers of Edmonton and and formerly Justice of the pdace may bo held to be beneficiaries of the estate the late Alexander to the of in The estate has lain In the hands ot the executors for dis tribution among his Hla direct descendants allbeing There are some 60 or more being the descendants of the brothers and sisters of the latp among whom are many prominent Including Colin Campbell Rob cnlet coMtadle of Ayrshire Field MarshallSirDouglas commanderIn chiefot the Brit Ish forces on the Western and several other membert of thts Halg family of comment ing that James Gordon New York newspaper bequest to build a home jujuld have deeignated that money used to build a serlea of barracks accommodate them CorrcmondcnU Alice Wool and from a pleas ant ylsif to t where they spent surprised evenlngAha occa sionbeing tthat ladys A pleasant was finished with a good turned J25 into the Red Cross the proceeds their tea Al MJHer Has a slater vtolting her She re ports the cfierrles in abundance was in town last week looklngjever prospects for a millinery and difessmaklng Miss Aleen is pay ing herbrotherVltoy and a Miss spent a few days with her Bisterat The conjoint held their re meeting Sunday The Forces That Have Influenced the was ably treated by Jen een and Babcock Clark and barltoua Lyn JobJn Glbb bas returned from a visit her father in Wyom Miss Margaret Watson spent the at Bar K was a business viiltar Lethbriilga this Rasmuesei Mins Hall qjotored to city for ahopping 1 Branch of the Rod Cross shipped following for the month of July 49 24 kit bags 20 day 48 72 many tailed JO triangular ban 2 ciyivalescent 4 IV 2J T battdagee and uuo Icablse Minion is visiting her laugh Kester in Mre Qeddes was taking la tho 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out to you ways of in creasing tire Look for the Goodyear Service Station Em blem shown The Goodyear Tire Rubber Company of Limited CODE FOR TIREUSERS Keep tires properly Be sure to repair little tread cuts i Prevent blowoutsby avoiding se by maintaining full Have mud boils cleaned out and repaired at Be careful in applying Avoid sudden oujclc starts and front wheels in Use French in the i but avoid using too 91 Avoid ruts and save the Dbnt drive in car Apply chains properly they rjnust be Avoid sharp Remove oil and acids from v your tires at once by a cloth moistened in clincher rims occasionally for irregularities and Prevent damage rust by using rim Carry pare tubes in a Keep spare tires Besurethatnpthingonthemachine scrapes the tires as Avoid the use any substitute for Goodyear Tubes and TireSaver Accessories can be obtained from year Service Stations Watch for this emblem and enjoy the benefits of Goodyear Service wkfrever it is i MADE N ;