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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 17, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta HfBULD letbbt Derate tubcrtt if ooafttfott created through the trttiftt ott of the imports from the United There every reason the federal government tak INO LIMITED IM MTMt LtthbrldH iuetianan PrMldeat and Managing Director Ilka Business Manager flLMHONM Iftuuesi OHloe JM Ittttortel Office MMMI par per yew br per year by mall per year by per year to Datei of expiry of subscriptions tear dally on address Aeecpt aace of papers aaU to authority to continue the iub THfe PROGRESS Or THE Germans renewed their attacks along the entire new front againsl te Americans and Frenc but no appreciable Fire new attacks were entirely repulsed with heavy The German loss since the battle started is said to have been The situation in Siberia Is corn finding The British and American landing on the Mnrman Coast has drawn from Premier Len Ino the statement that he will sever diplomatic relations with these cpun AMERICANS ARE DOING NOBLY Reports from the scene of the pres ent great offensive indicate that the new American of whom there are now a quarter of a million fully trained soldiers taking their places In the long battle line from the Eng lish Channel to are an admirable fighting and they have shown that they are able to handledthe picked shock battalions of the Germans in a very creditable and inspiring There are some who consider thaVlopmuch attention Is being paid to the present TbiSi but The Americans aro withstanding first and tke world is anxious to learn how they are able to meet German No one dojibts the French and British are with standing just as hard blows as are being Calmed at the the Sacl that they can meet the Ger mans as they do is an accepted fact whichy causes no And as for the it is known they are reserve for any kind of hardc tasks which they may be called Upon to The news of the successes of the Americana in conjunction with the French in breaking down the most Ambitious attack of the Huns since March 21st is the most heartening news of the We know that such soldiers have crossed the Atlantic under the protection of the British and Allied and we can be perfectly confident that when the number the United States is prepared to put into the field before next f prlng get under way the Initiative will pass from German into Allied and the end will be in OPERATORS SHOULD SET THIS The people of Manitoba have the mistaken opinion that the coal oper ators are holding them up on the price of the sooner their minds are disabused on this point the better for all All the Winnipeg pa pers have been responsible tor spread ing this f atee and now we havo the Grain Growers usually wol joining the In our opinion the coal operators ahoulc take vigorous steps to combat the which1 is doing much to creat unfavorable to the use Of Alberta coal in Here id what the Guide says editorially The experience which Weetera Can Oda Is having with the coal buslnei this year will do much to develop an strengthen the growing favo lag the nationalisation of all indua tries vitally related to the life of th The federal government ha keen very lax Indeed in dealing with which has been daily be more during the pas two When it became obviou that the United States would be r ducing our regular annual supply coal by tone c immediate attention by the a ottioiols should bav heen towards securing the mm totpatttien of the west against exto from the mine owner q Now wetoave these own reported as swing to a specia appointed by the City o Winnipeg will theU eoal jrajbw than it eastward a fftasw than tba wevailing quo furthermor to the of fee wpewa tearing the ttnpwsgio mf aotloa la connection with Alberta mines tight to be commandeered and work d on a profit basis similar to that adopted by Lloyd George In Britain whan he wok nearly all the fnc of BnfeUnd and Scotland for urposes of These Alberta mine wners should be converted imme iately to servants of the RRIQATION WOULD OLVE v It is quite proper that Lethbrldge should mate a bid this year for the Western Canada Irrigation Associa tion convention to be held in Leth rldge The eouthern por lon of the province has by now come o the conclusion that irrigation is a great asset Even though there may be many years when no irrigation is we have special uses for which would make It worth all the armers may have to pay for the pos ible extensions on which the Domin on Irrigation branch has been at work and mapping out in a pro iminary Here wV have the spectacle tills year f our stockmen hastening to contract or hay from as far north aa the Lesser Slave when we might e raising all the hay we need on ir igated lands with some surplus for hipment outside the We will never become the great stock reducing district that ie our latent losstbility until we make use of the waters of our mountain streams to he full extent of their irrigating Instead of shipping hay la from Lesser Slave should be mak ng use of the water from the moun ains close at hand at grow our own There is another problem In Sonth rn Abertaa9 pointed out hy Iresi lent Marnoch of the Board of Trade the other That is the problem of rifting which has been brought for ibly to our notice this It Is vldent that as our land grows older in cultivation the fibrous elements lecome worked and the tendency f to drift We must put the fibre back in the his can only be done by seeding he land to giasn or and using t for producing hay for a few nd by applying the manure which can be made by feeding the hay thus reduced to And to pro duce the hay we need the That can be accepted without ques The Herald understands farmers of the Turin and Iron Springs distriats are now anxious to earn the cost of the project on foot o supply them with irrigation water and that they are likely to ask the government shortly to prepare to go ahead with the It is possible hat they may not want water to ir igate all their but that they will the suggestion of President Marnoch that sufficient irri gate 40 acres on each quarter sec ion would provide them with water or their livestock and for growing The fact that the sooner our farmers put themselves n the position of having water on hand during the dry seasons the more prosperous the district as a whole will become within a short JUtt IMA PICKED PASSING Repairing of mail bags is a new industry at Kingston Henry and an Ontario land died at ajed eightyfour Joe aged one of the best known Jewish comedians on the American died at A new called has appeared In It Is caused by lack of noap and unsanitary condi tions resulting from The London branch of the Tnckett cigar factory has closed It will probably be closed About 75 employees aro Capt is awarded the Military Kennedy is a veterinary officer of the 5th Infantry Brigade and has teen in France for about two The llth annual convention of the Saskatchewan Medical Association opened at Moose with about forty doctors from all parts of the province in CARMANGAY From The Married In Emmanuel Car on July 3rd by Thomas Henry of and Helen Lucille Jacob of barrister of and Mlse Annie Ethel of were mar ried in Calgary on July The School Board held a meeting this week anl ordered the secretary o advertise for two teachers to take he place of Miss Fulton and Miss who have Crop conditions are uot as good as at this time a week ago and rain must come soon to do any material Members of the Carmangay Red Cross Society had exhibits in the Red Cross work department at Calgary Fair and in the list of prize winners we noticed the following Carmangay ladies Knitted Talbot soldiers Follis soldiers dressing Mortimer sol diers day Follis soldiers stretcher MACLEOD From The At a meeting of the directors of the Macleod Agricultural the secretary stated that all arrange ments had now been completed for this years fair on August 7th and Macleod welcomes back again an other returned who enlisted and went over seas many months Neal has received word from the Military Department that his who enlisted with an Edmonton Bat tallon and went overseas severa months has been The department Inforzne Neal that the lad Is improving as well as possible in a hospital in Gardiner has left for where he intends to try am do his bit for the The Ifennonltes aro seriously con templatlog purchasing more land in the Standoff They are cast ing long eyes at George Pearsons out ifl that Captain commander of the air squadron of the late Captain Baron has been killed dur ing a trial the Lokal Anzeiger The squadron claims 177 aerial victories under Captain The British treasury sanctioned the fusion of the London JointStock Bank with the City and The combined paidup cap tal exceeds and the com ined deposits are more than the largest of British A new industry is being etarted at Niagara by who are now manufacturing collapsible fruit berry crates and egg with new patent fill As a result of sending a sample LundyScott re ceived an order for two million has Leonard son of of assls ant freight traffic manager of the Canadian Pacific who went overseas about two months with Royal Flying was killed n an aeroplane accident in ieut Lanigan was a 32 vears of Wirfiam Frienmith and his three boy and two were iilled instantly near when an automobile Which they were riding in was struck by a Great West ern passenger His wife and maid were seriously and aken to a hospital in it is they are Victor assistant chief of he poultry division of the central ex perimental farm died suddenly at He was widely known throughout Canada as an authority on having acted as judge at all the big exhibitions as well as be ing author of a number of works on the The Canada Food Board has been informed that certain repre senting themselves as food board in spectors have been Inspecting homes in certain parts of Ontario and Que bec and demanding from the house holders payment of fines for alleged infractions of the food board regula It was stated at Ottawa from the office of who has been acting the bonus for mall carriers voted in the sup plementary estimates of last session will be forthcoming in a Jew There has been some it is ex in connection with the ar rangement of the A huge Union 60 by 4p feet said to be the largest ever made in was carried outspread by a squad of travellers on Travellers Day at the Edmonton fair and after wards sold at auction in front of the After spirited bidding it was knocked down to the deputation from for It will be flown at the Camrose It has been brought to the atten tion of the minister of that many of the holders of victory loan particularly of small are not aware that the coupons are payable semiannualty and consequent ly have not cashed The finance department points out that the first coupon was due payable June The coupon should be detached and pre sented at any chartered bank for pay Two Miss Laura a native of New and Miss Leola of Mor the to win American citizenship the new law granting Immediate natural ization to army uursee received their citizenship papers at Camp pix few days along with a class of near ly a thousand called into the American Speaking at final meeting of the prisoners conference after the held at The Lord pointed out that although the agreement had been BO it was still more difficult to carry out the provisions owing to the peculiar the chief of which was thetransport difficulties as the Ger mans held by Oreat scat throughout the ue that the provisions would bo Hborally interpreted by both but remoinbering that any difficulties arising would react on the prisoners McOfifcOr states that ttW West needs for the Bar of the French has been commissioned chief of the general staff of the Greek Gilbert of lias been appointed a fishery overseer for he province of to replace Children kicking In gravel and cin ders at an Ottawa station found 000 worth of securities stolen at There le more money in circulation in Nova Scotia at the present time than at any previous period in its his The charge of sedition against Bishop head ot the Ruthenlan Church In Western With drawn and the charge of sedition against Father Polsky was Richard acting dir ector of the Smithsonian and a noted died at his home at He was 66 years old and a native of The Grand Trunk Railway has given notice that some fifty switch and en gine tenders in the Toronto terminals are to get a SOApor increase in The increase has nothing to do with the McAdoo Captain Charles of Car and Robert of who a gallant rescue of Lieut Colonel Mulloy from drowning at Iroquols last have been awarded the Rbyal Hu mane Society v Humphreys was drown ed at Deseronto as the result of a flying accident The machine fell in the water of Long Reach Channel be tween Deseronto and Humphreys Charles Hum lives at Captain Clarence aged of a son of Mar chief executive of the Western lines of the and himself a pro minent business man of the province is He returned from the front two months ago and yesterday under went an operation for the removal of an July Reuters tawa dispatch from Brit headquarters containsthe follow ing extracts from a memorandum cir culated among the AustroHungarlan which throws an interesting light upon the recent of Economic conditions forced the AustroHungarians to use uniforms and equipments taken from the Our offensive will help effectively to finish the if drive back our hereditary enemy and penetrate deeply into his without the help of our German must reckon on our own strength Onr artillery forces will break down the enemy Our own country is very short of foodstuffs as long as the people must live on the Feeding horses corn is strictly because after July there will be no further supply of bread and flour from the Any uniforms and clothing found should be appropriated for our personal and may be worn after the removal of the Italian We are In great need of uniforms the extract goes boots ammunition must not be away by the men in order to let them load themselves with Let every one know that the present coupled with that of the is the most violent but per the decisive blow against the July Japanese battleship Kawachl of tona blew up and sank In Tokoyama 150 miles northeast of Naga on July Five hundred members of the crew lost their irn you will find Everybody thinks of WRIGLEVS when chewing Aim is This is the result of years of effort to give mankind the benefits and enjoyment of this lowcost WRIGLEYS helps appetite and MAOCM CANADA Sealed fUht meal From Our Own Correspondent July Reid and family have arrived in town after spending several months in Fred Wise and family are spending a few days in the and Howard Smith are spending a few weeks at Picnic on rThuruday of this week to Willow Cars will leave the church at 8 Miss Workman of CUaresholm is visiting her Miss our local telephone agent 1ms undergone an op eration in Calgary We are pleased to that Miss Arnold is progressing Huite iliss Vesper is wight op erator in the telephone office during Miss Arnolds one of our local farm ers has made thia That even if we do not get I expect a 20 bushel to the acre Bradfield and daughter have recently left for Jacohson and family have re cently moved into the late Dalton Another Local Red Crest Branch The ladles of the Latter Day Saints Aid Society have given up the regular work of the aid and are devoting their time to Red Cross work having re cently organized a branch of the Smith has opened her home for the sewing meetings ev ery Tuesday The officers of the newly formed branch are Miss president Peter Red Cross Notes The sewing meeting last week under the supervision of the Country Women was very largely attended and most successful from every point of The following ladles were present Miss Miss May Miss Bond Miss Miss Work completed during the afternoon as 24 hand kerchiefs and 1 knit face Work completed during the week and brought in Friday 8 pair 1 shirt May 21 towels 2 shirts 12 bed socks 3 knitface operating gown IB operating gowns 1 knit trench cap 14 dressing gowns 12 6wash 12 bags 18 bagd 12 handkerohlete Mrs 24 towels 30 34 handkerchiefs 2 dressinggowns 2 pair pyjamas Mormon Relief Soc 21 handkerchiefs 12 face cloths 12 pair 2 bed donation 1 socks 6 pair py 1 knit trench cap Lob 8 bed socks 5 bed socks 12 handker 1 dressing gown 1 pair socks 3 shirts Miiw 2 pair pyjamas 3 pair 4 Total pieces during the The largest weeks work in the history of Champion Honey received during the week From 50c collection from Nsw members Peter son Mrs Total During the afternoon an appropriate mualcal program was i presented Solos were rendered by the Mias Vara Mr Chamberlain and Miss Workman Miss Vesper Maynard tendered an U Htrumental selection Maynard hostess of the afternoon rroyided a nice dainty lunch apniroprmf for the Those wishing Red Cross work dur ing the week call on Smith at the residence ot Vulcan The next sewing meeting will be held in the church under the super vision of the Ladies Aid Friday Ladies of town and coun try cordially Johnsonwho has general supervision of the work in the absence of the wtshea to state that if there are any the Red Cross notes or such omissions you may depeqd are not but merely an oversight of the work being BO The Peace River District The Fort Vermilion District The New Peace River Oil FifUs The Und of the Midniiht SUB The Last Great Weit THREE SPECIAL LEAVING JULY AUGUST AND SEPTEMfER via Dunvegan British Columbia Railway to Peace Steamer U Peace River tb port Vermilion and six hundred and sixty miles of largwt au4 finest JUver Boat in y Return Fare f wm Edmonton Including meals and berth on good for thirty with privilege of passengers remaining over at FWt VerntiKoA for next boat if they so i i Special arrangements have been made for boat to atop two and a half lays at Fort Vermilion so as to give oppor tunity of visiting the Government Experimental The Bherldan Lawrence Mission and to examine the Agricultural possibilities of the Great Fort Veiwtllon FOR INFORMATION AND RESERVATIONS WRITE OR WIRE TO 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