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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 18, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOUR THE HKRAJLD THURSDAY, JULY Ube letbbrioae Deralb Hiberta DAILY AND WMKLY and FttC LETHIRIDQE HERALD PRINT COMPANY, LIMITID M-fth MrMt Lrthbrl W. A. Buchanan PnaMwt and Manillas Director ta Buila TtLP.PHONES MltorU ton i in Great Britain and France, Can- ada scarcely tho effects at the ivar. Even" people ol ths United "States ire llrinat under far more dras- tic NfJatlooJ than are people of Canada." arrests at Coalhurst cerlalnlT appear w nave neen carried out with tact or Judgment Vet the method ol plained by the 'Coalhurst men scarcely 'is lustiBed In return. It Is s poor kind ol revenge to "lake It out" on boys In the trenches IVf an altegedNvrons JOM at homo. pw DaOr, year Daftr, .by mail, year .4r .19 JS04 bj mall. to 'PICKED THE SITUATION ON THE ITALIAN FRONT. the new Hun ottensivc France occupying the public eye, we o! uplrr o! r dallr on addrtu Acotpt- UM of papen tfter ciplratiia dat THE PROGRESS The crown prince's great German otfensive Having Jailed, te now trv- good" at home car- rying-out a minor success, and for tils purpose Is struggling bn against the American and French lines. The Germans have penetrated lo a depth ol at 'most, sis miles on the Cham- pagnaifront, and have made a slight dent In', the "American for Upmost part their otfeuire has.bebn discussed one complete failure from start, to firiisii.'''Their'forces ere'DOW practi- cally up along tie-whole line. are likely to overlook the situation on the Italian trout and 'Albanian fronts. But the possibilities there aro great On the Albanian front, where an advance of more than !5 miles has been made over a wide front, It Is pointed out that the moral effect the-advance will bo great on the Jugo- slavs who are now on tie point open revolt against the Austro-IIun- garlan jpvernmenL A farther advance would react seriously against tho dual the same time hearten- ing the Serbian and Montenegrin armies! On the Italian front the main ques-. lion Is whether or not the Aililrians will allampt another offensive. It Is generally, conceded thst Italy will be content to hold tho line-untll General- issimo Fbch is ready to. take the In- which will likely :..The possibility, of an- Ex-Aid. Wllltain Hancock, .a well knovn cltUea ol Hamilton, is tleid. Every buehel of tho groat Kansas wheat crop Is practically harvested. Ths salaries or the Kitchener lire brigade have been raised. Tho chlet jnow gets fl.490. farmers In Quebec havo cultivated moro grain than ever, but the fruit crop will be a failure. Tho Holland-American liner Neluw Amsterdam from New York, has ar- rived off the coast ot Holland. The Ontario Board of Health will demand preventive measures to pro- tect the eyesight of babies. Commencing on September 9, a short course of training for librarians will be opened Mr. William Ramsay, a former To- ronto man, now living in Scotland, has donated property at for Toronto charities. t About birlh'and marriage cer- tificates have been issued this year from the Registrar-General's Depart- tho German ambassador by the cen- tral executive committee ot the. Left of the S'.lal Revolutionary party. No pretence Is now made in Moscow that tho allies were in any way responsible for llio assassination. Sir Wilfrid Lnurier, who re- covered pretty Tell from his indispo- sition, leaves this week to bo abtent until the August. He will flrtt visit Senator David at Ms summer homo In Ste.-Agatha lies Monies, and afterward go to Knowlton ray Bay. 'i e'A-'ot the THE OF THE SERVICE ACT. Certain people L_who hare made Investigations claim that there -has been Injustice and ;unfainies3 in the Neiv York Tlm'es, who says: fl'umor'is irifo.oa (he .Italian fronl, where report ias it. that a new of- fensive Is about to laun-Acd by the Germans and Ainlrtaos in conjiincilon- the attack coming .lime on the mountain front, presumably along the river, Surprising that this was riot the first front selected by tha administration, In the Lethbrtdgo dls- Austrians for their great effort. If trldt, ot the recent order-irKOunclrfsoccessful here, it wouW WS making It that those menl nther Dart ot the apparently ol class .one" of tia entire "line would have to go sll theiway from the Adlge easl, since the line supplies would be threatened., if not severed. In fact, If the success was" sufficiently rapid, the tary s'ervlca act, carry papers to prov.e tiat.they are not- liable for service in this class. The" letter of the law In this regard Is exceedingly drastic, and Is aimed at the slacker pnd deserter and others who. are dolng.thelr best to evade the act. Drastic .ordsr? are Justi- fied to Trita these men, for the supreme p! the natVm at the ment at Toronto. army to the .east would have a present'' Une meii for. the nncB u to provldo that off leers ot the Vf minion Police have the right to dfr mand the production oi the necessary. papers ty'-, any man apparently, ot class ooa, no matter where the man may be at the tinfe, whether in his iroitahos on the EtreeU The_ order, farther provMes-liat any man tound not carrying {he necescary pa- pers be forthwith remoyea to the depot ba.tUl.lpn.of the. particular district and turned over to tho'mllltla.authorities'without b'sil, until to exemption la estab- Even after being released he may be- proceeded .against by the not carrying the' necee- papers ..All tU> Is prorlded by 'council: sensible person-will deny that lla inlflllment to the letter place an intolerable burden uporT the people. But there Is some- thing" to be said on'the other aide. is no'excuse for any man to be'without his proper diffi- cult time setting bacsrin time to avoid capture. This movement would have been distlrfcUy typical ot the' German staff, whosp conceptions are almost in- variably brilliant, even though things may go wrong in their execution. That another attack should be deliv- ered against the Italian lines, however seems almost Improbable. the first has now no troops'to spare for such a move. She must con- tinue attacks In France and will need: her: resources there for this effort Whether the German leaders have given up all thotigh or a com- plete victory this year no one can'say. The .location of the next attack will give tome clue to their real feelings irr-impiBltter.Bnt nevertheless the attackrtnnal be.made, and It must-he so. it: i G not .ev Ident t ow'. an Italian''drlr'e.: in' Au'trians from" Its de- structiye'elfecl'ion' the 'material re- sources.of the.a'rmy itself, was erful blow .to itsVplrit and Its morale. Even.' Tf'efe' rihis" Intangible -but 'most important In the Austrian army thero is "very 'good "reason to' believe' that'll shock of the severe de- Pigeons, of St. Paul's London, aro so fat as they, ueed to be. War rations and air raids have them materially. All eongs designated as ''from tho German" or as "German folk songs" will be eliminated from the new Cali- fornia'state series public, school music books. Over seven thousand participated in the Orange" 'parade, at Toronto, and It was decided to press for a thorough Investigation of the raid on the Novi- tiate at Guelph. The Methodist Church of Canada is planning to raise a fund of for missions within the next flvo years f.o commemorate the centenary of mission endeavor. Lieut. W. B. Tail "and Second Air Machinist Belford, .of the Royal Air Force, were burned to death at Lea- side camp, following the crash of an airplane" in "which-they were flying. Three Mackay, Martin Morrow and George escaped death in. the explosion-of an acetylene tank at- Daniel's .garage at Calgary. .Mis 3 Lnla Livingston of "Wisconsin, recently arrested on-a charge of forg- ing, checks on Spokane business men plea4ed guilty before Judge.Blake and was sentenced to'from six mo'ritha to 20 years in the penitentiary! In court at St Barry- sentenced 'Robert' to he hanged on the 'morning of Septem- ber 24 next for thrj murder of-hii wife. He heat -her. to home _las t 1-.T-... Thlrty-flTe constituting V iT.'EatourJhaye. ar- (From Our Own Correspondent) Card ston.i July Cardston Is dlf to tho right start and the people of this district can prepare for a big treat, a week of'the highest class of entertainment. On the lOlti Inst. Mr. Bernard mohn Visited Cardston the general committee as follows: B.J president; Dr. V. V. Christie vice-presHent and Beth H. Nelson sec-lreas. For the ticket committee M. A. Coombs was chosen as chair man with power lo select his for the advertising committee J. Y Card was named as chairman with the above oHlcera and the following fls T. Wm. Duce, Ed ward-J Wood, John Shafer and B. N. Barker For the avrangeuient ot the grounds the committee was' named, with Jas Leaabetler as chairman, with Joseph Ellison, W. Hendrlckson and Jt E Shipley as aids. It" has been decided' to locate the big tent just east of the Massey-Har rls Company's .building as being tin most convenient and central point- For finance committee, the-pres dent, vice-president and secretary treasurer were named and they wen authorized at the meeting held fas evening to' borrow the necessar. funds for proceeding with all arrange- ments. Nearly all the outside districts wer represented at the above meeting an it .was decided to nave a meriiber.b Iho advertising'committee at each cat centre. Mr. G. H. Folsom, of Hill Spring was1 lotft vertialng at this point and also to.a'i sfet with the Mr. M. A. Coqmba selected a larg number to aid in the ticket sale, in eluding all the town members wit G. E. Catoon at Jfr. and Mr D. W. Card at GlenwxHia, A. G: He; derson at Mountain Vi'iWj'Geo. Due Beazer. Thds. S. Low at Klmball, H A. Nelson at Taylorville, A. W. Pitcher at Woolford. L. H. Jelliff at Ealey, H. G. Folaoni and K H.- sloes, jr., .nt Bov.' Mr.jKellock -at at; -would si ake H to ita foundation. hV AnstrlVa army :'cannot Tie driven at tnifl time Travelers move lo rived In'lJondon.' Their 'BteamerVroun- dered at ;sea in' a'.'atprm'.-They. got away In the life bbajsV rescued THE REAL PILLAR OF SOCIETY It's a good rule that works botK ways. When the farmer supports the Home merchant and jhejiome.merchant supports thejarrner, you pillar of soeietyrThe, farmer would home market. And the merchant can't build upthe home rharket'albneilHe- must have the support of the farmer. Likewise, the merchant has poor- 1 iness the Service'he gives is not the best possible. The traide' must' even. .The services mjjst bjel'mjitual. So, the picture you are looking at should be true from both quite suit you this paper around: N6w yoti have seeri: the Real Pillar'of Society. upholding the merchant and.the niercHKnt upholding the farmer: and fro, .who come from one tows to another or from the country districts to. the should carry their papers or ta_ke the. consequences. This la wartime, t and wartime .conditions and every man'should be care- s ful to obey, tha .taw In this .Tbia is important, and tiers'. Is no coming Trom tna man wno travels from one town -to another or mores about the country without his papers, and IB arrested Somaof those >'ho have been arrested stato frankly that they