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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 17, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGEFQUfl im LrrmHBxm ttbe fceralfc tUbcrta OAILV ANO WMUVV mtf PuktiaMit fill Lit MtftlDOl HtMALO MINT LIMITK Mfth Mntt fPMMwt aad fctanactnc Director Torrance Business Uaaaier tlLMPHONM OffMe OttKW tuheerlptlen ftateei per week per year by year by mall pw year by per year to Ions in Offtut Britain and Can ada Boarcely the effects of the Bven the people of the United Statw are llvint tinder far more dras tic rtfttlatlons than are the people of wholesale arrests at Coalhurst certainty appear to nave neen carried out with little tact or Yet the method of revenge planned by the Coalhurst men scarcely is in It is a poor kmd of revenge to take It ont on the boys in the trenches ffft1 an allegedwrong done nt THE SITUATION ON THE ITALIAN With the new Hun offensive in JBCTAID PICKED PASSING UP JN William a wel known citizen of is Every bushel of the groat Kansas wheat crop is practically The salaries of the Kitchener fire brigade have been The chio now gets f Farmers In Quebec have cultivates more grain than but the frill France occupying the public we crop will be a are likely to overlook the situation on the Italian front and Albanian of expiry of subscriptions daily on address Accept aaoe of papers explraticta date k to continue the iub THE PROGRESS OF THE v The crown princes great German offensive tiaving lie is now try Ing to make good at home by car rying a minor and for this purpose is struggling ton against the American and French The Germans have penetrated toa depth of at six miles on the Cham and have made a slight dent in the American but for the most part their offensive has been complete failure from start to Their forces are now practi cally held up along the whole THE OF THE SERVICE Certain who have made Investigations claim that there has been injustice and unfairness in the in the Lethbridge dis of the recent orderincounciF successful would be entirely making it necessary that those men what measures the Italians might make on any other part of the apparently of class one of the fronti thelr entire line would have to go all the way from the Adige eaet since the line would be if not In if the success was sufficiently the army to the east would have a diffi cult time getting back in time to avoid This movement would have tary service carry papers to prove that they are not liable for service In this The letter of the law in this regard is exceedingly and is aimed at the slacker and deserter and others wlio are doing their best to evade the service act Drastic orders are justi fied to deal with these for the need of the nation at the present time Is men for the battle 1goes so far as to provide that officers ot the minion Police have the right to de mand the production of the necessary papers ty any man apparently of class no matter where the man may be at the whether in his workshop or on the The order further provides that any man found not carrying the necessary pa pers be forthwith removed to the headquarters of the depot battalion of the particular district and turned orer to tho militia without until right to exemption la estab after being released he may be proceeded by the authorities for not carrying the neces sary All this is provided by the orderin council but no sensible person will deny that to the letter place an intolerable burden upon the peipla But there is some thing to be aaid onthe other There no excuse for any man to be without his proper identification at this Travelers who move to and those who come from one town to another or from the country districts to the should carry their papers or take the This la i and wartime conditions and every man should be care y fill to obey the law In this This ia and there Is no kick coining from the man who travela from one town to another or moves about the country without his But the possibilities there are great On the Albanian wher an advance more than 25 miles ha been made over a wide it i pointed out that the moral effect theadvance will be great on the who are now on the point o open revolt against the AustroHun gnrlan A further advance would react seriously against the dua the same time hearten ing the Serbian and Montenegrin On the Italian front the ques tion is whether or not the Austrians will attempt another It is generally conceded that Italy will be content to hold the line until General iesimo Foch Is ready to take the in Itiajive fronts which will likely be next The of an other Austrian offensive is discussed by the military expert of the New York who says v iRumor ia rife on the Italian front where report it that a new of fenslve is about to be launched ty the Germans and Austrians in conjunction the attack coming this time on the mountain presumably along the Adige is surprising that this was not the first front selected by th Austrians for their great If The HollandAmerican liner Neluw Amsterdam from New hag ar This lifctl been distlitly typical of the German whose conceptions are almost in variably even though things may go wrong in their That another attack should be deliv ered against the Italian however seems almost in the first has now no troops to spare for such a She must con tinue hwr attacks in France and will need her resources there for this Whether the German leaders have given up all thotigh or a com plete victory this year no one can The location of the next attack will give some clue to their real feelings in But nevertheless the papers and IB Some of those who have been arrested state frankly that they saw the notices in the post offices but paid no attention to In order that there be no misunder standing The Herald once again re founts the list of papers necessary for a man to A bachelor apparently of the age of class one of the military service that between the Igee of 20 and should carry birth certificate or cer tificate signed toy two reputable citt of the community testifying to his A his raaetfage certi ficate or a certificate signed by two reputable citizens the effect thst they know he is married and that Uis Wife is proof of hW naturaliza tion or of his and that he Is exempt from A returned official papers establishing his Anexempted proof of hte It is little thing the government is asking us to do in carrying Thogqwho prdera and ipajrpo attention lo them deserve tho attack must be and it must be made to Even If this were not It is not evident tow an Italian drive In the mountain sector could defeat which the Anatrians aside from its de structive effect on the material re sources of the army was pow erful blow to its spirit and its Even were this intangible but niost important military quality high in the Austrian army before and there is very good reason to believe that it was not the shock of the severe de feat would abake it to Its The Austrian army cannot be driven into an attack with even a fair chance of success until it has been entirely re couped n Andit takes epirit to move forward In a successful A successful army is a difficult thing to even with superior A defeated army ia a more difficult thing to If the attack should be contemplat it is of that the attacking troops should be made up almost entirely of Austrian with but a few German And the Germans who would be sept there would have tobesofar the superior of any troops that have appeared on the battlefields of Europe that any com parison would be impossible in order to hold an eran chanca of Thla know 1s out of the In Juat the same proportion as the Auetrlans are depressed through their defeat the Italians are elated by their There a double disadvantage working against fche We may therefore dis the idea of another attack against not aa aa nothing Is impossible In but from such Information ae is aa moat Compared witU ccndit to quarrel Visit the fair and stampede next Will the Marne once more be the stumbling block of Kaiser Bills hopes Lest we big amalgam ated fair and stampede is being held next Can the city collect the rents on Improved property bought at the tax saleT What is your opinion The FrenchCanadian press hails with pleasure the action of the Ham ilton Spectator In printing a welcome to the Alpine Chasseurs In Le Henri Bourassas aaks the Ontario papers begin to print what shall we have left rived off the coast ot The Ontario Board of Health wil demand preventive measures to pro tect the eyesight of Commencing on September n short course of training for librarians will be opened in William a former To ronto now living in has donated property valued at for Toronto About birth and marriage cer tificates have been issued this year from the RegistrarGenerals Depart ment at of Pauls are not so fat as they need to War rations and air raids have them All eongs designated aa from the German or as German folk songs will be eliminated from the new Cali fornia state aeries public school music Over seven thousand participated in the Orange at and it was decided to press for a thorough investigation of ttie raid on the Novi tiate at The Methodist Church of Canada is planning to raise a fund of for missions within the next five years to commemorate the centenary of mission Tail and Second Air Machinist of the Royal Air were burned to death at Lea side following the crash of an airplane in which they were Three Martin Morrow and George escaped death in the explosion of an acetylene tank at Daniels garage at Miss Lulu Livingston of recently arrested on charge of forg ing checks on Spokane business men pleaded guilty before Judge Blake and was sentenced to from six months to 20 years in the In court at Judge Jarry sentenced Robert to e hanged on the morning of Septem er 24 next for the murder of his ie beat her to in their farm lome last x Thirtyfive Americans constituting he crew of the former Lakes George have ar rived Their steamer foun dered at sea in got away iu the life rescued ome time later warship and were brought to the pensions chair states thaton June 30 last there were pensioners in re presenting an annualpayment of f 10 and by March 31 neat at the present rate of Increase pensions will call annually Joe years of a junior lerk in the Bank of Montreal at Cal was charged with appropriating of the banks The boy sought a car the money ind made away with all butT400 since March The first woman to make applica tion as professional undertaker and mbalmer is John ofQuill whose papers were filed by the 3askatchewanxFurieral and EmbaLmera now la sea RJddell was appointed adver sing agent for the Grand Trunk Pac with headquarters at where he will act as western assist nt to general adver islng agent for the Grand Trunk sys AH charges of fraud and conspiracy igainst the Regina Grain of and Baird and Botterell f laid by Hinch of were dla miased by Justice after hearing the evidence submitted or the past seven Thirtyfive of the Plate rinters International Union present d Wilson with a steel en raved parchment bearing a picture ot ho president and an extract from his ddrew delivered before the American ederatlon of Labor at Buffalo last Called to a fire In the when they found every and window of the house closed When they broke through they came upon the bodies of Dupont and her four children of ages ranging from eight years to three months A letter written by IJiiponi waa also stating her intention of committing suicide and dying with her four German attempts to tauten the blame for I Mo assassination of Count Von Mirlatt upon the allies have been entirely thwarted by tho adinis f rcauuiiaibility for tho death of the German ambassador by the cen tral executive committee ot the Lett of the Social Revolutionary No pretence is trow made in Moscow that tho allies were in any way responsible for the Sir who has re covered pretty well from his indispo leaves this week to be absent until the end of He will tint visit Senator David at his summer home in Agathe dea and afterward go to Kuowlton andMur ray From Our Own Correspondent July Cardston is dff to the right start and the people of this district can repare for a big a week of the highest class of On the 10th Bernard Le mohn visited Cardston and organized he general committee as follows president ricepreaMeht and Seth Nelson For the ticket committee Coomba waa chosen as chair man with power to select his atdsf or the advertising committee ard was named aa chairman with the ibove officers and the following as members John Shafer and Oor the arrangement of the grounds he committee was with as with Joseph Hendrickson and hipley as It has been decided to locate the ig tent just east of the MasseyHar is Companys building as being the most convenient and central For finance the presi vicepresident and secretary reaeurer were named and they were uthorized at the meeting held last vening to the necessary unds for proceeding with all arrange Nearly all the outside districts were epresented at the above meeting and xwas decided to have a member of he advertising committee at each lo al of Hill appointed to after ertising at this point and also to as let with the Coambs selected a large umber to aid in the ticket in luding all the town members with Gaboon at and Mrs Card at Hen erson at Mountain Low at Nelson at Pitcher t Jellift at Folsora and at ill I u Kellock at oundary The aid of the ladiea was earnestly solicited and Mesdaines Calrncroas and Stoddard were also voted unani aously as members of the ticket com is expected that all of the guarantors will do their utmost on tills committee as Allred brothers are farming THE REAL PILLAR OF SOCIEIY Its a good rule that works both When the farmer supports the merchant and home merchant supports the you have the real pillar of The farmer would fia ve a poor farm if he did not have a good home And the merchant cant build up the home marker He must have the support of the the merchant has poor bus iness when the Service he gives is not the best The trade must be evenijL services must the picture you are looking at Ndw should be true from both it doesnt quite suit you this fifift the paper around Now you have seen the Real Pillar of Thefarmer upholding the merchant and the merchant upholding the I near Haley and recently purchased a ranch at Mountain that of Ether where they purpose placing their Wedding of a Valiant Last evening at there was a quiet wedding at the office of uniting Cyril Allred of and Misa Hilda May of The Mary Allred and Allred and with Bishop were present at the which wae performed by Sterling in the absence of Presidents Wood and The Cyril is one of our returned heroof the Vlmy Ridge battle where hewas Sev erely wounded by a shell His hip was fractured and two of Iris hips were broken as he causing one of them to penetrate his left The good attention at the of whichhe speaks in highest pulled him through and ho was manently arriving in Halifax in April this His regi ment was the Lethbridge which he joined in the fall of The marriage is the result of a prewar courtship and and his fnlends will be happy to know that though a permanent physical dis ability will be his all hie remaining yet he lived to be wfedded and once more attempt his farm All will join In wishing this young couple all the joy possible through On Saturday morning last Edward Patriarch I Calu of the Sunday with BpKrlam Mar Smith and Miss La vlna departed by car for where they will take train for High thence to Starring Pine Claresholm and these being the northern wards Of the Al berta Keep a in your pocket or puree for a tasty tidbit between at work or Send some in every overseas The Flavor Can you think of anything more enticing than the luscloua juices of choice California The Do you know of any so consistently pure and refined as known tevtry Vfhere by everybody since granddad was Prominently displayed in stores everywhere Also ADAMS erlginal TUTTI FftUTTI CUM Pure Chewing Gum ;