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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 22, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta AGE FOITB II I rfL ffibc etbbriboc tteralfc tUbctfa PAILY LKTHhRIOOt MtRALD PRINT i INQ UMITBD Ml 6th Street Buchanan President and Manaitar Director T1LRPHONIS i JMitorjal M Subscription week per year by per year by per year by per year to oTexpiry of ap dally on address label Accept of date to Hw autljqrity to continue IUD E PROGRESS F THE H The Germans have suffered a ter ble defeat on the Mama at the hands f the Americans and and are admitting It in foolish excuses Bade for their retreat across the Marne which only accentuate the disaster theyt have The Am toicaws wade ah ot 11 miles the start of their of ten live andthe French gain has been fix The total taken agreement between Japan the United States interv wnflon In Russia has practically been TO OUR PAIR The big amalgamated fair and stam the event of year in South iern gets under way Ifhd all preliminary Indications are I bat it will be a huge To the visitors within our gates we itotend Lethbridge nope you will be royally intertaln and that you will come To the sister towns associated with fcethbride this enterprise we ex l fend an earnest invitation to be pres tint to help make the experiment o1 amalgamated fair the success It ie possible to be made with the hearty of Fair managers all iver the West are watching our ef whieh will be a guide to further i Attempts at amalgamation L in other And to the people of Lethbridge we txtend an invitation to visit the fair every occasion Help make vtt a financial success and by so doing vjnake the fair a permanent annual And help entertain1 the grangers in the city during the week Ve know they have a high opinion ol See that they carry home even better ullding initttltryHn Canada Is con alned itf Bpecial ffrtlcle from the the In ustrial dilittfr of The article not only has done Ift the shipyards of this ountrjr to meet the demands of war past four but it olntr to R permanent revival ofshlp uil4lng as a means of commercial of he tyomliifbn after the war hns been tt is fo hls latter phase of hipbulldiftg InCanada that The Guide pay minister of arlttfe and at the recent easion ot federal euc ecded IB having a government appro riatlon ot some devoted the maintenance of shipbuilding ards thrbugltout It wns that these 14 yafds would reduce of ships in one and far as possible all materials equtpmeht would be ound Tii It was provided that he steel plates for the Itlps shotifd be done in Nova plant operated and by Thomaa at New boilers ill he provided another source supplies will be as to en age the 14 shipyards cattered at various intervals all the frBmthe AUan ic to the rolled tt Noya Scotia Ayill go into ships laide in yafds at Vancouver and Vic The wooden of manufactured more conomically than those made of pertinent rises out of themidst of all this ndustrial activity What forces may e expect to sustain the shipbuilding ndustry in Canada after the war leynords in his article quotes director of ship construc who is connected with the Im eriaT as saying that must have her own merchant marine and her great shipbuilding in ustry to care for the mighy export usiness of theDominion to be forth oming DeTOtftly as tile mighty xport which Nor rose is to be it will ave to be defined and indicated with auch greater detail than the mere iredictive statement in irder that the government expendi ure of per annum on ship ullding be It is just as 1m 3ossible to a shipbuilding ndustry qn the basis of protection sit is to urge tariffs as essential to uccessful manufacturing In other Neither of view can be oundly upheld in the light of the lest national Interests of Ships are needed today at anycost ecause we are at German sub marines have disrupted economics as applied transportation in normal It does not follow that after war the shipping industry or any Xn the foundations which fHE COUNTRY MUST 1AVE THE y A to the Oalgary fcerald on Friday stated T In consequence of the indiscrimi Ijate dumping of cattle on the Winni peg market during the last few days western represeuta tive ofthe Canada Food held a meeting of business men this afternoon and discussed means of i fearing a shortage of feed shipping cattle to the local yards In unprecedented flooding fthe with the result tha Ifarms are bemg depleted of live stock the market Is being We quite understand the reason o jftiio stockman who is induced to saori Jfice cattle at this stage of the With a great feed shortage im and without immediate proa situation being relieved jthe farmesf things he J t But If stop to 4hat tie gofemmentsimply cannot at iftjrd to have the gtock of the country the farmer would breatlv If halt Western Canadas liv were Slaughtered this w surplus of bu yhen we will likely haV abundance of feed we would hav Ik meat farijinet with feed going t tiaitefor of stock to feed It to l taken the farmers and th jJIJTernment and the railways to long to build up our present stock in for them to let the structur demolished by one bad W jpaat preserVe our stock at all we have plenty of feed to do SHIPBUILDING PROGRAM 40 POSTWAR 1 Canada 4s a shipbuilding pr rJJyto best the Hun 0ut warfare eventually to provide a merchan trine for Canadian The rela 31 tariffs reli osbip to Ike whole problem ia dl by the free trad Qulde MONDAY IBIS PASSING UP Twelve hundred Orangemen cele rated the holiday shopmen at Oalgary have oted In favpr of a fuel controller for admits coal is but laims there is no Ten apple barrels containing much whiskey were discovered in a carlead f hay at North Toronto The city tax rate for Winnipeg eon fixed at 21 an increase ot our over last Operations were commenced incon ection with the transformation of Andrews College into a big mill ary A strong feeling exists in India hat no effort should be spared on ehalT of the nven who became prK oners of the Turks at the fall ot The oldestbusiness is He the past two or three inety years of A case Is entered for hearing in which a farmer of Ad ingtoiy accused of feeding num jer of one of the number leing his own A Canadian id British General Headquar ers In France toafford Canada iomplete control of her forces over Crushed between the floor of an other continue to bur Ocean as erected during the past well asrailway will be re urned to their proper places m the cQuomic order of so an aa Canada will be will a place tp those pro luctivo activities In which the coun ry will be best fitted to In jther ships and railways must carry and ships especially must be able to compete in the worlds carrying trade with the ves sels ofother he ore the war was the greatest car rier of the world because she sent goods Into every part of the and at the same provided for return Aargoes of raw The protectionist always gets the cart he ore the horse in this and says that Britain had her overseas rade because of her In Canada if shipbuilding and ocean shipping are to be successful they must flour and not production within the There is no The Guide points thai Canada must produce export goods it there is to be a de majad for Canadian merchant marine after the And there no doubt that for some years to come Canadas greatest exports will be raw materials Canada needs great wealth and popu lation before she will be a big com petltive factor in the manufacturing We can get both wealth population faster after the war by ap plying our labor to the developmen of our resources and the ship ment abroad of our raw So the tariff question is closely linked our postwar and it Is to be hoped that the best brains o Canada will be applied to the solu tion of orir tariff problems when th time once more comes to conaide July Austrian cabinet hat says an Exchange Telegraph dis patch from Copenhagen Emperor it is has acpepted the resignation of the He was levator hoist and about don the claiming that his re llglous convictions prevented him from doing i Medicine is considering ing commission the Robert 60 of was found dead in the warehouse of Maldaver and Childs tendered his re after 30 years service on he Toronto police For the past 2 years he was officiatedas police court The death took place at of a respected resident of Lucan and Thomas for many in thje person of Jane late John of after a A list of la municipalities through out renprted thus far as of taking ertvsri age of the rural hospital legislatjpn n and have made ap plication to minister of public of 5 Sonth filed Secretary of State Stuart a a cfn didate for congress on the demo cratic Her platform declares or winning the war so ae to bring everlasting peaec and the appoint of women to ftt least of the government ot respon sibility and R6y Depot who was tried bydistrict fcourtmar ial in on refus ng to obey an order given by a sup erior waa to serve two years in civirprison lor the of Hamacher is of the Evangelical and refused to Hugh aBcotch painter ol figure PUbjects and ia Gambling at the Medicine Hat Stampede after the first Over people the Central Ontario district aiffced their willing ness to do farm The sum of as collected tar the French Flag Day workers at Edgar Qne Bee IB to make a flight fr6ra Toronto to Quebec via livestock conferences with over 100 ranchers at Medicine Hat and has Induced of them to seek new The electric light and water works power house at was struck by lightning and badly dam The engineer in charge was badly and the power line temporarily put out of The Cities Real Estate Board will seek the Dominion Governments backing for an issue for de bentures by the municipalities for the immediate erection ot houses for ExChief of Re has been residing at the coast for some time has been moved to hospital where he will undergo an His condition is not considered Under new restrictions on the im portation of copper oreannounced by thewar trade board of the foe the Impor tation of copper than 60 per OfVfcOpper only for shipments from Cuba and As a result of avOteheld In every Knightsof Pythiaslodge in the pro vince of announce ment was made that George 110 ADVANCE m MOM Flow PAPS South ot the under the com bined pressure of French troops ad vancing from the Wast and the Franco American who followed the en emy the and are now pushing him the Germans fell back rapidly during the flay and tonight the were on a line marked by the villages ot La Grlgolleir and which means an advance of five mites from the west and three miles from the French troops carried the heights overlooking La Crolx and Orisolles at the point of the In the abandoned Boch positions south of the the FrancoAmer icans made a haul of material ing 406 machine guns and thirty can and two big The heaviest fighting today on the eastern side ot salient was in the hills and woods west of the mountain of Rheims where the enemy was fight ing tooth and nail to maintain The Germans were attacked fiercely in this region today by British Including a highland division who took from him Courton Rheims Wood and the villages of Boully and Break through German With the American Army on The July ed French and Americans have broken through the German line northwest of The French and driving the spearhead toward the northeast already have advanced 3 110 miles at various The allied troops hove taken many including threeOfficers who said they were tir ed of the American infantry captured two German Previous to the breaking of the German the allies battled with the desperate machine whowere mowed down as the allied reinforcements ar The German losses were ter Evacuate ChateauThlejry With the American Army On The Alsne and Marne July was evacuated dur ingthe the French and Ameij icaMforces passing through the town soon after dawn on the trail of the re Almost simultan and Americans of one of known business men in has been elected supreme representative the of to the convention to be held during the week of August 5 at Glacier park has been opened to cattle the state live stock commission is Senator Walsh took the of insuffi cient range upswith the and an order opening the park has Alphonse Ven de Velrewent batk to Belgium when war broke and in action was wounded three the right elbow being In one He won the Order of a medal and the War Cross for brav He is now Canada and is endeavoring to make come arrange ment to bring over here the girl be met while in Be has asked Mayor of to as slat KEPT JWIDRAIE Fighting Near Rheims of a Par ticularly Bitter Allies Progress C I July1 Ottawa dispatch from French headquarters last evening reports that the fighting around Montagne ie exceedingly High land and North Country troops were sent battle yesterday again and were heavily engaged today pressing further despite masses of German re They captured JSuphralse and Between the Aiene and the Marne our progress was more North of the Ourcq we crossed the SoissojpsChateauThierry road at several but the Ger mans defending Soissons were most South of the Ourcq whore the enemy was pressed from the west to the eouth by the French who cross ed the the rate of retreat was still more ENGLISH GIRL IS HONORED BY FRENCH July recommendat ion from General Premier Clem enceau has deeorateif Miss an English ambulance with the Cross of the Legion of and the War The citation reads Charged with the wounded men Thursday night under heayV two serious wounds fioin a torpedo which destroyed her She had the supercourage to reach the station on foot and tell the doctors July Reu ters Dublin cor respondent of the Daily News says that considerable quantity of what the government useful and additionalevidence of a GermanIrish plot just come to hand in the form cf extracts from censored private ence between persons In Ireland and Some of the de tailed information to places and quantities of munitions FACES A DISASTER Ruthlessly Sacrifices Hi Rear Guards To Save JHia Main Army July Ot tawa newspapers ex pose the absurdity of the German rea sons for recrossing the Marne and re mark that the flurried and at tempts to disguise disaster are the most significant and most welcome signals that could be made llu at particular for grave defeat has been imposed on the who dares for both poll tlcal and Inability contain plate Tlie crown prince is fighting furiously between the Marne and Rheims and in ruthlessly sacrt ficing rear guards to prevent It Is Huggented that General Lu dendorffs arrogant undervaluation of the allied offenxire is due to his belief In the nonsense recently published lu Germany about Genera Foch and his Y July Wire leas re volts have occurred In Bohemia and At 150 officers and 500 vake who mutirieercd were and a further t from a reliable come to hana that mntln have taken place In and de serted by the to after killing offi and Armad the H cAuroyiA rnum ADAMS It Klnrf turn ImHelWM Suth gum haute of ADAMB trnmt hew to for quiHtf thM IM ADAMS Chewlnr Cum treating the French moved forward the southern part of heir extending north and west rom until a correc on of the entire line from Soissons nd of that point had been even advance ot more hah seven The armies of Jhe prince were retreating while the ajlied forces of General Foch harassed their rear and contin ued their smashing drive along German right It hat If the Germans succeed in extri cating it will be only at he cost of large numbers of men and material and Take Town July French have aken the town of east1 of on the north bankof the according to ad vices received The French line ncludee the heights north of which gives the French a good bridge lead on the north side of the Move South of July Germans re main south of the Marne except wounded and This message was sent by Renters correspondent at French headquar ters and is timed Sunday Fresh July succes ses for theAmerican forces in their drive between the Aisne and the Marne were reported in General Pershings communication for yester received today at the war de The Americans were driv ing ahead with undiminished vigor and the statement More than 6000 more than 100 cannon and many trench mortars and machine guns have been taken by American divisions in the last few days on the AisneMarne Tljis was accepted as meaning that the reference in Saturdays state ment to prisoners included those captured by both French American motor cars in service people will have no trouble reachingthe scene of the big Altogether Lethbridge lias made elaborate preparations for the and the thousands of visitors will not be SOME RAIN L July 1risk rain In this district helped the late grain and feed gltuatton Rain ia also reported at Acmo and east of Nnnton and at other Isolated ALL ROADS LEAD 10 BIG STAMPEDE CONTINUED raoM FRONT PAOI the track under the very noses of the crowd in the We had people to last years stampede This year we should have A Frontier Town Today And the riders are The high heeled the broadbrimmed hat and the flaming neckerchief Is lending a touch of color to the crowds on the streets Among the old friends on the street today is Tom Three the famous Blood In dian rider who will try conclusions with Mike Jim Massey anc all therest of the boys who can ride em straight Lethbridge Is real old frontier town again just for one f And the merchants are all windows are flags are flying and they are ready for the huslosi week of the Visitors are asked to remember that this week stores remain open on Wednesday but are closed on Thursday from 12 Pltnty of Accommodation The hotels are filled but the air board through the hav arranged for about 400 acUlitionu rooms in private go that vlsi tors will be well leaked The fair board has Issued an appeal to the people of the city against over charging at rooming places and res uud if lives uj to the reputation In this regard gulnuc at last years stampede there will be no trouble In that There will also be plenty of trans portation to the The stree ATTHE Pavilipii At Exhibition Grounds A ORCHESTRA THE FLOOR 18 IN EXCELLENT CONDITION COME HAVE A GOOD TIME THESE HELD UNDER STRICT HUDSON AND PECK Amid may a different U liny till the lalcu milkyemertlrt while tty iaa of opal diitillatioatf of ill In Heart of CANADIAN PACIFIC ROCKIES Alpine ing with Swiss to in the metropolitan Get to know Canada ASK FOR RESORT TOUR JKeatonabh Kat99 ;