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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 19, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE fHE LETHBRIDiGEuPAILT HKRAUl FPIDAY, JULY 19, 1918 ttbe letbbtlboe e, Hlberta DAILY AND WEEKLY i. 011 LITHBRIDQE HERALD PRINT- ING COMPANY, LIMITED StrWt Sfl'utti, W. A. Pntideat and DirKtor Mil Tcmsc. BuiloMl TSLFPHONI OfliW UltorU Ottlct etllTired. per by per JJ.W Jl-M oUjr.-br aall. to .U.S.. DttM bt eiplrr at iuteerlpUout dllly on iddim-UlML of papen nftar eiptraUin h I Mr authority to continue i Kzlptioi. low. definitely be sUted lhat the nlllitire.li no longer wholly fa Ger- man hands. Tie Allies are the point where numerical superiority Is pawing rapUlylu them..while iermans, who during the spring were buoyed up by hope ot success ol their "peace must bo rap- IdlF losing all ot tm sltimale victory and consequently a falling In tbelr morale, Dlscussingithe signs of German weakness betore the offensive ot tbli week.tho Xew York Sun said: According to the Westminster Ga- zette the real explanation ot the loag delay in the expected German often' Is that General Ludendorff does not feel be 1115 strength EUfficiec; to warrant the attack. It seems most probable that the margin ot superior ily has passed definitely to tho side ot the. Allies. N'ot only has the arrl- YaVol hundreds ol thousands ot Am orlcan troops helped turn tha ecale but Germanics Internal Is jScom ing. more and mor'o evident The shorlsgo of raw materials, labo aid. food presage a breakdown. When tie final collapse comes, i (THE PROGRESS iOF THE WAR. Y. The aesuniplion ol-tbe jive against the Gernians .on Ihe fronl veslerday was a sur- prise lo the outside world, but a big- ger one to the Germans, who gave way iheforeiLe onslaught of trio French ssd 1 Americans, lo such an extent that :ihe drive carried the ajlled forces to depth of four io on o iweniy-five mile front. The gain in supplies, prisoners, and guns was stu- pendous. The Americans captured several'points south ot Sotssons which yielded thenTa-iarge number, of'guns I ,'and supplies. The prisoners "reported to be taken in Ihe drive number over The Ihrusl. was entirely un cipecfed, and may be the beginning of General Foch's great offensive. The American's have made tiemsel- >es felt against the best ot the Ger- iiian army, and Ihe.enemy papers are beginning lo wake up to a lull pfawhat the Intervention the armv, which they so readilv is really meaning will" probably be due to ecoBotni rather than to military weakness. I will result from the wearing out-o railways.and roiling stock, the lac ot raw materials and food, the shor tage o! labor and supply, the delerlor atlon of machinery In the factories in short, lie Impossibility ot See pin going the wheels ot industry. That-tco German armies are sti' capable of striking hard blows Is n Indication that the nation 13 not fac Ing disaster in tha 'near future Economic weakness would naturall manifest itself last of all upon'th battlefront- In our Civil War, nt th very time that Lee was fighting cesstully at Spolsylvania and Col Harbor, the Confederates were in te rible economic straits. A-few weeks later theyiwere forced lo surrende Events in Europe will probably taK a similar course. The-Germans ma ctrnggle ;on. 'or ,months, perhaps fo years, but the'- final1 internal brea down is Inevitable. We hive seen hbrfcr Canadiau'in captivity in Germany. Yale university Is bequeathed, near- r; J20.000.030 by the will of .the late ohn-W. Sterling, a New York law- er, who graduated from the Insll- ullon'ln-lSS4 and'dled a bachelor'on iuly-5. President-Wilson has agreed loathe jnlistment ot his 'personal 'steno-. grapher, Charles Swem, and Ihe young man will. Join -the armx aviatlon.'s'er vice August l.-Secretarj-' Tamully's Stenographer, Warren Johnson, also s about to join-the-arniy-r- Free dental operations -performed by the Preparedness League.-of Am- erican Denials -for inon selectedffor :he' army, navy, and main's corps to- :al 500.000. The .league comprised )00 dentists, each'of whom has agreed :o give one hour of his time daily to the work and supply the materials. i A vessel-xfroni Ihe Orient arriving at Seattle brought word of the com- pletion In Japan of nine bis freighters built for use by the United Slates under the shipping agreement recently signed.1 Three ot the vessels, it was said, will be delivered this- month, three in Aiignst and. three in Septem- ber. PAslal clerks and' carriers of Winnipeg will quit their jobs before the end of the month because they cannot get an increase In pay voted them by the governmenL In Toronto and Hamilton these workers have ser- ve A notice on the government that they will not work after July 22 unless !y get at-the Edmon- ton fair was 15P.OOO. 'Col. ;Beiltio. 'C.M.O., was .welcomed home.from ISe.-front at Cobourg. Oat i. One hundred Ci akt were given permlsstoolto leave Iho United slates (a Joba Ibo allieu itt France In the tnemy, alien bureau. President WHsfliThas decided lhat he cannot leave hi viorl for a vnca lion and it he will remain in Washington through out'ltis'summer Inrlco Oaruit tho leno? now-sing Ing for war beiietlts is reported from Philadelphia as tho composer of a new wartime- march called Liberty (formed uni by Chlet Mc 4 i f the strain under which pub- have been placed during thsf time TThe XPW Tork Ewning Po t how has been doing some investlgat log ard this is what II has found rf'The'di appearance of the Pbila lielphla Evening Telegraph by merger irilti the Evening Public. Ledger is jot another symptom ot the prevail ing lendency lo consolidale news pap'ers H is accelerated by war con are also bringing about the s'uspension of weaker new papers fike Ihe Los Angeles Morning Tri Edwin T Earl its owner iffankly announces.thai he has stop- -pel publication becaa e he feels thai h la nol a necessily in fwar-liaie.1 If all newspapers not an JibsoluV necessily sBoiild give up be'a Iremendoas sweep- ing the Journalistic deck Joking aside the disappearance of newspa Hers Is Hijjfly lo ha a freiiuenl fealure of the news as the warpre sureibe- comes moVe severe and government regulatltra'more extended approximately RTII! consolidations of I the UnSleiSjStalea Canada In Tno figures will probablj be faiger Fifty seven count fem 31 The Clovers of good horse flesh No doubt on that, score jV 5 Says-the CXiuunbu 'i timi wooden head will Comf crowd "next to the amalgamation of JUvmond Magrath i Cardslon1faijs be falling off rapidly The rate i salrt to "More cbeerfn news than v is "the In j- crea e in tne German death rate says the'Detfoit Free Press v The editor of the Calgarv Canadian by his mcessantr bursts agafnst th action of party Canadian editor in visiting lEnglandj: himsel open to the charge of a cor con traded for when, officers in: charg of exchange No.- 13. in the 166th' de- pot arranged for the deli ery of worth. Three men and'a woman were hel ty the police ot Chicago In connec lion with Jewel details wore refused by'the police e: cept thai, a confession had been o' tained from one .of the suspects..Th arrest of several 'members ot a'ban o! jawel tbiovc's and the recovery more slolen Jewels was efpeeled. The widow and molher of Jiajc John Purroy Itilchel of Now YorK, a the sole beneficiaries in bis wl .Major Mitchell left h mother and-the, remainder ot.-his e late io his wldow.'AsIde from sever large insurance policies Maj Iitchell owned properly ot am es mated valualioh' of jays Wilson Should Advocate Throwing All Crowns'Into Discard union, H Is announced today McPhersou. The organization of Ihe ooHco.lntft union Is aloqiosi compleled.. .It will e amalgamated at once with the pet cent o( Winnipeg force have- olned -i-- Ttie polled commutslon of sjutd. an order about a year ago for- bidding the uoAceiae.ii.te.orgaulze and he'nimtnliMot.has rescinded Ihe nler. iTttVcqmmUatQu is'holdlcg eec- el niatlert It that .the civic author! I strongly il sap prove of the kcllon of Ihe jppHceujon. bul they to the nutter today Ste. ha; city Is ttlrred with Indignation t the'prwenl 4 speech which as delivered in Saull Sic. Marie Sunday orentng lasll by N. former member ot thp assembly for thig) cltj nhu hoee paper, known as Ihe Sault'Ex refs.'was Buppressed over years of disloyal articles'print In Its column's.' S On last Sunu-iy waut acr he river to UitenMo in Michigan Sod'iti "honor, France nd was Invited by Mayorr Tyinon'o to'addreES'lhe'Eath'e'rrng.'Th'e nvitatloh w'as acccplcd by Smith who at once introduced the conlrb- ersy regartlIng _Canadiansr in-Quebec not enlisting, SB 'expect due, he tho failure 6 keep. ils pledges. He ,1s also- reported'In the press ot hat cit> to have saM I( PresTdeot would come and raako-.as'Ihe chief ssue the war the of all Into the ocean :ho French Canadians would join Ihe slrength of thejr hearts, souls In lEo contllcti'and threo month's We'want. kings..-! and let democracy lUei Then and FOREMOST (From Foremort, July Mrs6EeeJt Helena Is In fcoremost Ing ber daucMtr Mrs Miss Ilarej of Calgary, fs' Mrsj 11 1- Dr AEtrotf was away on aJslioT business trip lo Calgary ,'returning homo Do o To Mrs Norman daughter Metherill ot Fortmoit Jnly Crti _ ol MlllnmUo Alberta is MEilins hef daughte tin-Issued from tie offke of J. 'D. .McClrefb; director; o! labor, Boards, -7 "Ills true now asnererbefore that Cauada Is the bread rmplre. By August Canada shipped HS.DOO.MO of. wheat from her 1917 Over Over and above her. bwa iwrmal le- qulremenls United Stales last: year had only about TT.SW.OOt) Amihels :of surplus wheat althoufh by consena sSe shipped not [Until .then world f "e Daughter Man, hate returned-, from an extended vlsil ultli her mother al Leih'briilge.- t' _A.Jted.Crpss.dance..'was glveu at he. homo of M.. P.'-Hanson, o miles Quite a number attended ,'jrom; Foremost and all re port a'Bplondld time About ?IS was realized. Grace Fuljert.on Is her parents' jlr Mrs. George-Fuller Ion otiLucky Strike ilj trip, fo'.Cbimplon Sask, to Phillip's" sister Winnipeg police i stables; ot -the Winnipeg force have Mr rentham was bus lows. jAltor. Ijn'ForemosC Tues dav i Wonflay morning at about 10 o ctocl the horns caufhlS fire, Iho alarm. glveji by? neighbors wbo saw smoke ponnsg from., the The Foremost fire brigade rushed t (be engine citizens carried ftre extinsulshe'rs and all loathe o( Iho fire After fir pat out vThe upstairs portion o thfe'-nouse-was-conslderably- clama ge( .The origin of the fire Is not knows Canada and Ihe United SUles bolh have Increased Ihe area sown lo Vheat this jcar According to cooler ration official esllptalct by, tho Dominion bureau of slatltltct therVlB an'tncreascd wheat'in Canada: of 171Z250 acres, but unoffi places figures lor 'the for tM three chlet grata croris at 26637 00 acres an increase of 3 6aS 500 cres uitlfte- proi totes To bancst, Ibis .crofc leeda 100DO extra men, Smittlchewan '0 00 from 6 ttfp .ito 1.7 000X while British Columbia from In Ihe East an has been planted farm help has raised Farmers bavo .done Ihelr [bo crops rai the harvostoi 4 -People-of the towns and cUw> of Iho Canadian WesC ulien they an swercd les to question IS'-art 13 b on the registration cards slid thes wore willing lo help oil the farms it called, upon Tr-'e Get In touch witii-your, local qmploj nient office and organize for the bar vest season on (he pidly Mrs W hlto is qnlle 111 result of the shock. J TUo four year old eon of Ole Lee who Hvei five mtlea north of tore most was kl'leJ by falling from a water-tank, -tlie-.Wheel'-runhtae over his head and crushing" it: WM held- .the home the Empire WatcKes, -Cut Ql Jewellery Co., t consisting of Silverware, and High Grade in lhat way nullified. business. This. Is. great t i Lond' July asked permission "of trie Ruulan government to 6 sbatUllon of 19 MosebW'io guard The government In reply would permit any Ionian trooos to enler fhe capital will 'be offered for sale at public auction without.re- serve or limit Every article will be positively guar- anteed as', represented ,by the auctioneer., Auction Starts Saturday. July r quentin Ropsc-vell, who n flghl al iho: iprll 1511, Joined the'Canadlan Avia. Ion Corps ibj traln'for seVvico. with he American alf forces on Ihe French at 2 pirn, and p.m. sharp, and will be "dailv until stock is sold: Be on tinie and iemember J The In an aerial battle between Amer- can and Gorman Iho Marne region and a few days IE on July 10, it was announced lad brought down bis first German airplane In a fight north of Ctialeau- Tblcrry.. The wife" of the late T, St. Ke'dle. Si.p., anil, b'as'been awarded a pen- of J375 a year and pieced on Ihe of Ibe British Treasury In recog'nlllon ,df -Iho ser- vices oflio'r Wftncc- tlon with literary and ceonomtorqiies. Hobs." 'a llant gifts Ilki, Iho, up In proof of his corivlcfloii.fhat be wafl fighting tor Ireland's Aiberta, ;