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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 19, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta flffi PA1LT MEKALp JULY ttbe ft AND wtttv fWMWMMI YAtf rUfetmntfV flit LtTHlRIOOl HIRALO PRINT INO bIMITKt IN Mi MrMt and Dtrtelor fMa Butlatts x TtLKPHONM INI MltorM per wtek per year 2lly by per year per jrear per year to of expiry of pear daily on addreae label Acevpt taee of papers cfter eiplratidB date la eur authority to continue the itab I THE PROGRESS OF THE The aesuniptlon of the allied often against the Germans on the helms front yesterday was a sur prise to the outside but a big ger one to the who gave way before the onslaught of French and to such an extent that the drive carried the ajlled forces to a depth of four to five miles on o twentyfive mile The gain in and guns was stu The Americans captured severalpolnts south of Soissons which yielded them a large numbor of guns The prisoners reported to be taken in the drive number over The thrust was entirely un and may be the beginning of General Foche great The Americans have made themsel ves felt against the best of the Ger man and the enemy papers are now to wake up to a full knowledge the intervention of HieAmerican army which they so readily is really meaning for be stated that the Initiative is no longer wholly m Ger man The Allies are the point where numerical superiority Is passing rapidly while the who during the spring were buoyed up by the hope ot success ot their peace must bo rap Idly losing all hope of nn ultimate victory and consequently a falling In their Dlscusstngtthe signs of German weakness before the offensive ot this week the New York Sun said According to the Westminster Oa zette the real explanation of the long dolay in the expected German often se that General Ludendorff does not feel he liag strength to warrant the It eeems most probable that the margin ot superior ity has passed definitely to the side of Oft Not only has the arri valof hundreds of thousands of Am erican troops helped turn the hiit Germanys internal Areakness Is more and more The shortage of raw labor and food presage a When the final collapse it will probably be due to economic rather than to military It wil result the wearing out ot and rolling the lack of raw materials and the shor tage of labor and the deterior ation of machinery in the in ttie impossibility ot keeping going the wheels of That the German armies are still capable of striking hard blows is no Indication that the nation is not fac ing disaster in the near Economic weakness would naturally manifest itself last of all upon the In our Civil at the very time that Lee waa fighting suc cessfully at Spotsylvania and Cold the Confederates were in ter rible economic A few weeks later were forced to Events in Europe will probabty take a similar courses The Gerinams may straggle on for perhaps for but the final internal break down is tl0w ARE Along with other lines of inductry Ihe newspaper industry is having its own Imposing tributes have been paid to the for its work to keeping up jple during toun years if ac juial Jut few people have realized the strain under which lishers have been placedduring that The New York how has been doing some investigat and this is what it found The disappearance of the Phila delphia Evening Telegraph by merger With the Evening Public Ledger is iiit another symptom of the prevail tendency to consolidate news It is accelerated by war con which are also bringing about suspension of weaker newspapers the Los Angeles Morning Tri Edwin its frankly announces that be has stop ped publication because be feels that is not a necessity in If all newspapers not an absolute necessity sliould give there would be a tremendous sweep ing ot the journalistic decks Joking the disappearance of newspa pers is to be a frequent feature of the news as the warpressure comes more and government regulation jnore There were approximately 925 suspensions and 250 consolidations of in ithe United States and Canada in The figures will probably be laVger An ARE THE GERMANS ON THE TOBOGGAN During the spring and ever since the first Gernian drive on the leaders of the Al lies been the people at home stand while the eituatlqnon inany occasions has been was a defensive And reiter ating theadvice pointing out while Germans using jup their effectives Inonelast throwtills ing up to in apoBition to proper That was appears BOW putby thefact that within threedays of the launching of the lasfejerjnan General Foch was able his troops as to crush theweight stf German at while simultaneously launch Ing 6f the frontthe I first styieljiof tensive the an effort lijhlch inone day gained as wuch the Gernaan majoroffensive fanned in three flays of awful with the added result in favor that the whole Ger 09 the Marne before now Hls too early to say that the ma prevent success coming Qerman but it can PICKED We have seen hodhr not The Calgary Albertan says the weather never gets hot enough there to joke about Hell is no joke to some people Germans Ulvihg along the Rhine have expressed a preference to have alfraidslimited to Englandand v Fiftyseven count The of good horse flesh will JNb doubt on that In If wooden heads will crowds7 tothe amalgamation of Magratb and The rate is said to be falling off More cheerful news than is the in crease In the death says tfie Free The editor of he Calgary Canadian by his bursts agafnst the action of a party of Canadian editors in visiting England leaves himself open to the charge of being a sore It is said that 1914 was drier than 1918 up to August Wherefore the confident farmer is looking forward to another 15 in Remember 1911 and 1915 and we are inclined to agree with Uncle Sam came into the game as a pinch hitter at the Hlnden burg has already been batted out of the box this spring and the Allied swatters are beginning to find Luden dorfts offerings expects greatest crowd of her That being the there wijl be no in centive to charge the visitors exces sive prices for We want them co come Says the MorningAlbertan The greatness of ac cording to his Journalistic Is that he was bold enough to bring the attention of to the fact that there was a technical difference between a of parliament and an act of and by act ing strictly on that difference the war activities of the country might be very greatly delayed and the wishes of parliament and the people in that way This is great TO ALLOW July re ctntly asked permission of Ruffian government to a of troops to Moscow to guard The Bolshevik government In reply It would not permit any forelon trooos to enter the The Aero Clnb ot lifts awarded its medalto Major Recruiting for Northwest Mourited Police is still proceeding at The new prisoners agreement ar ranged by the British and Qerman idelegate means a release Of every Canadian in captivity in Yale university is near ly by the will of tho late a New York law who graduated from the insti tution in 1884 nml died a bachelor on July President Wilson has agroedtoithe enlistment of his personal steno Charles and the young man will jcjln the army aviation serr vice August Secretary Tumultys Warren also ie about to join thearmyT Free dental operations performed by the Preparedness League of Am erican for tnon selected for the and marine corps to tal Tho league comprised 000 each of whom has agreed to give one hour of his time daily to the work and supply the A vessel if rom the Orient arriving at Seattle brought word ot the com pletion in Japan of nine big freighters built for use by the United States under the shipping agreement recently Three ot the it was will be delivered this three in Auguet and three In Septem clerks and letter1 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 In Toronto and Hamilton these workers have ser ved ndtice on the government that they will not work after July 22 unless they get nine years sup erintendent of the Minneapolis City has He has accept ed an of a year as posi tion superintendent of the Winnipeg Before coming to Minnea Collins was assistant sup erintendent of the Ohio hospital for the insane at As one of the features of the next Victory Loan drive which came near ly being On to Berlin the Canadian air board will send a fleet of airplanes west to Fort Moose Van couver and Calgary to fly over the western centres and drop literature urging The contractors and carpenters of failing to get Senator Robert son to act as chairman of a board of have decided upon treasurer of the Grain Growers Grain onetime presi dent of the Calgary board of Black hac not yet intimated his intention in the A resolution petitioning congress to enact legislation which would ef fectually prohibit from rent profiteering was adopted at New York by the board of Aldermen upon motion of the socialist It was asserted that many property own ers have raised their rents far be yond any just or reasonable and that the practice has become general throughout the The abolition of meatless days in France after July 20 is ordered In a decree issued and appearing in the Official The restrictions on the consumption in ot milk and cheese are to be Ecpnomics bffectedby three meatless days a week during two months have mounted to over an average saving compared with when there were no re strictions of 25 per A fishing echoonar came Into Van couver with eighty thousand pounds of flat fish caught in the Hecate 500 miles from Vancouver and dastined for sale in thfr prairie pro vinces at ten cents per unddr tho plan of the Food One car load is shipped imme diately to Winnipeg and another car to The fish Include flounders and William wealthy lumber ot striped white trous ers and slept In the city be ing unable to raise Barker Is the possessor of part of the land on which the Grant SmithPorter shipyard is located and owney of cor porate Police Chief Johnson accused him of bejng a workless and flghtless individual and ordered him Quentin who waj in an airplane fight at the iir April joined the Canadian Avia tion Corps train for service with the American air forces on the French On Roosfevelt took part in an aerial battle between Amer ican and German machines in the Marne region and a few days on July it was announced that had brought down his first German airplane In fight north of Chateau The wife of the late and fi sister of Sheehy has been awarded a pen sion of a year and placed on the Civil List of the British Treasury in recognition of the distinguished ser vices of her lute husband connec tion with literary ani economic ques Kettle man of bril liant gifts like Major William offered up ilia llfo in proof o his conviction that he was fighting for at the Bidmon ton fair was welcomed homeifrorii the nt One hUniritffCiechoSlovalw wire given permlsstohito leave the States Join allied forces In France by the alien bureitu WHson has decided that ho work tor a taca tion iwtfc announced that will remain through out the novr siivg ifits is reported from composer of a called Liberty EhrlcoJO for waf Philadelphia new A notice appears in the Canada da zette that Burtih Mattin of wbrtWr and formerly a sergeant insthe 75th wlir parliament next session for a his Lllllo now believed to be residing in The largest order for candy yet to be placed Tacoma by any of the post exchanges m operation vrof con tracted for when officers In charge of exchange in the 166th de pot arranged for the deliv ery of Three meA and a woman were heW by the police at Chicago in connec tion with a jewel All details were refused police ex cept that a confession had been ob tained froni one the arrost of several members of aband of jewel thieves and the recovery of more stolen Jewels was The widow and mother of Major John Purroy Mitchel of New are the sole beneficiaries in his Major Mitchell left to his mother and the remainder of his es tate to his Aside from several large Insurance Major Mitchell owned property of an1 esti mated valuation of BY A RACIAL SPEECH Sajfe Wltion Should Advocate throwing All CrownsInto Discard fljifult July That city is attired with indignation at the1 present a speech which wasdelivered in Sault on Sunday evening laat former member of the legfelative assembly for thif And whoae known as the Sault Ex was suppressed over o years because of disloyal articles print ved in Its On last Smith want across the river to listen to speeches In the Michigan Soo in hono of France and Was Invited by MayorTymoir of that city to address the invitation was accepted by who at Ohce IfitrWlucAl cortfro versy regarding Canadians in Quebec not enlistingras rapidly as was expect he the failure Of the government to keep its He is also the press of that city tohave said If President Wilson would come out squarely and make as the chief issue of the the throwing of all crowns everywhere into the the French Canadians would join with the Btretfgith of1 their souls and bodies In tfie the war would three months We want no Let1 them nil go and let not until then wtll havea tree stables of the Winnipeg force have torftiMl ft li Announced ttxfty by Chtaf The the oollcojntft R union la ulnftol ftttnpletWf will amaltamated M once with the ceat Winnipeg force have joined Ihei biddi the ret year ago and Hot restflhded the ishilding the Is understood that authorities strongly pt the action of the but they re fute to dlsXstili matter V i luly of is in ing her Ed Miss of fs visitlns hor J Astroff wirs on ashort businegs trip Norman is Sef Daughter H little have from an extended visit With her mother at dance Was given at home of 5 miles Quite number attended Strom foremost and all re port Splendid was ylslting her of s tr Ily are on nn auto Wo dn Foreniost Tues i 4 Monday morning at about 10 oclock the White The was given who awoke ponrtog The Foremost to the tfr the I of the fire is not A bulletin Issued today from 6ffke of dlrtctor of agricuHufal Canada Jfobd It ft now Betef befofe that Canada is bread basket of tlie By AugOst Canada will have shipped btwhels of Wheat from her 1917 harvest Over Over and above her own normal re quirements United last year had only about f bushels of surplus although by conserva tion sfie eavedvand shipped Canada and the United States both have increased the area sown Wheat According to conser vation official Dominion bureau of therr Is an Increased wheatMn of but uhoiffl clal plttes the figures tor the acreage for t cropl ot 400 an Increase chief grain 4t while British Columbia will need from In the East an plaittiSd anrltel7lfim11 tor help HJBTS Farmers ihe crops are Where are the harvesters People of the4owni ot the Canadian West When they an swered Tea to question 13 on the registration said they were willing to help oh the farms It called has Get Ui employ ment office and organize tor the har vest season on the White Is quite ill as a result of the The year old son of Ole who lives five miles north of Fore was killed by falling from a water the Wheel running over his head and The funeral was held Friday af ternooBat the r Having been Called ta the the Entire stock of the Empire Jewellery consisting of Cut and High Grade will be offered for sale at public auction serve or limit Every article will be positively guar anteed as represented by the Auction Starts July 20 at 2 and and will be continued daily until stock is Be on time and remember The Place EMPIRE JEWELLERY Oajlas Hotel X Stanley Auctioneer Alberta ;