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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 23, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE THE Iberalb tUberta DAILY AND WMKLY n4 LKtHBRIDQC HERALD PRINT INO UMITir Ml Sth Street Buchanan President and Managing Director John Business Manager TSLRPHONEt Business Office Edltortel Of tlon so far as war activity is And In Canada we iinve if thej are nothing are j patriotic in an Icewater sort of They may not think so but they are doing Just what Germany would pay them for are criticizing the Government on petty they nre continually throwing out suggestions that tho Government is taking unconstitutional means for se curing soldiers under the Military Service tiadthey are taking every opportunity to tell tho farmers that Isnt enough for their It is Just such insidious stuff that the Ger man propagandists are experts in and we are sure that Kniser Bill would like to hand out a few Iron crosses to his newspaper friends in Tho newspaper situation in the States created by the New Y6rk Mail and Hearst papers is discussed thus by the Winnipeg Free Press The extremely effective campaign which is being carried chiefly by the New York against the Hearst newspapers for their pro Germanism has been helped along by two recent German carried on over the French in France with the aid of balloons has included lately literature inwhich Hearsts at titude is cited as evidence that the people of the United States are not united in their support of the Naturally much is being of this of this entire salient Is believed to recognition by the Germans of Hearst per week M per year by par jtar by mall per year by par to Datei of etplry ot iubicrlptloM ap pear dally oft address label Aewpt ance of papers tJtev expiration date u oar authority to continue the sub PROGRESS OF THE The encircling of the al lied forces hisplaced the Germans in a tight corner In the SolssonsRheims and their eventual evacuation PICKED VP JPASSI1VG be contemplated by them They are even said to be making prepara tions Jor the general retreat by des troying all their supplies they cannot take with British forces have entered Into the strugsle on this front and are fighting in from the with great They have been engaged In some fierce struggles north of the The French and Americans continue their advance beyond ChateauThie OVERCHARGE THE We have heard mnrmurings from visitors to the Medicine Hat fair and stampede that excessive prices were charged by the hotels and restaurants there again this We not know whither the report is mention it as a basis of an appeal to our local hotel keepers and restaur anteurs to refrain from such Wedo not believe such an appeal is Nevertheless it Is well to point out that there to noftlngvislt a city xesent more than the appearance of being held up for high Is a Black eye to the andfrom what we have heard of the Medicine Hat stampede this year we believe the attendance was affected by the fact that the thousands who visited the city last year did not come away with a very vrarm spot In their hearts for the city and high charges were We want our visitors to come back Treat them well while they are In the city thte as their Even more effective is tho record of parallels between the editorial declarations of the Hearst papers and the New York Mail during the past three years which has been established by So consist ently did these papers support one another in making difficulties for the Government and giving Germany sympathy and encouragement that a fairly plausible case in support of a theory of common control could be made The explanation of the Mails attitude has now been When this paper changed hands three years ago its actual purchaser was the Imperial Government of Germany and until the authorities intervened two being edited un def Instructions originatingIn Another source of suspicion is the in timate relations existed between Bolo Pasha and Hearst while the traitor awaited in New York tie transfer of the German money fiat was to enable him to buy one of lie leading newspapers of Paris in the nterests of German Of course Hearst is now filling the leavens with protestations of his loy alty to the Government and de votion to the cause of the These rrotestations have not yet had the re sult of Inducing the Canadian Jes to their prohibition ot the bringing of Hearst newspapers Into They are still we should very good WINNIPEGS EXPERIENCE WITH GARBAGE The fact that criticism of the city administrations action in buying a motor truck for garbage col lection purposes has died down does not mean that the citizens are not go ing to demand an accounting when the truck has been given a fair trial over a Meanwhile citizens are anxious to obtain as much informa tion AS possible of the or of such garbage collection apparatus in other The follow ing tfrom the Winnipeg Free Press will therefore prove of Interest Controller In charge of the health replied to several criticisms of the methods of collect ing During the past two he the collections had ibeen at larger but no person was Regarding the of motor vehicles for garbage these had been found use less fora large but the depart ment was always on the lookout for improved consistent with Commissioner Meech will no doubt bear this in mind if the truck not prove up after a fair It If to be expected that he will not continue to use ilCEWATER NEWSPAPERS THAT WORK FOR THE The recent disclosure that the New Tfltt Mail was owned by the Imper telQerman Government baa brough tha newspapers of Canada and tin States into the public eye in a nev and goes a long way to justify action of the Dominion Go vert jnMjt in providing thatnewspaper may be suppressed on certain grounds Thepe no doubt that 99 per o be Canadian and American news papere are intensely but th methods ot the Germans ii control of some papers fo purposes has cast a sus ftoon against and there Is n that they are being closel Jn tfee tJnited States the Hears bear none too savory a repu ALLIES HAVE July All the military critics of the news after careful examination of he tactical position and strate gical have cometo the con clusion that whatever happens he allied counter offensive le a new and great victory of the The difficulties with which the en emy is struggling are pointed out by he Petit which appends this comment The enemy who toasted that he would capture Chalons in two days s now congratulating himself on his ibility to defend himself as a greal Between the dream of a ireakup of the French and the Breaking up of ones own army In front of the there is a differ ence that perhaps the German people will The truth is that the military which since March has leaned to the side of the Cen tral has forcibly swung to tho side of the allies since July Premier Clemenceaus newspaper Le Homme declares that be yond everything it is our poilus and the allied troops to whom must go our adds the th victory is alao due to the fact that w have been able to bring our forces un der a single With such a leader as who can tell to wha results this new victory of the Marne achieved in the last few days of the fourth of the may lead CONTINUED FROM FBONT PAQK Ibh troops all made German resistance resulted In harder fighting The opera tions were robbed of some of their spectacular features as the day advanced by the determination Of the enemy not to be crowded into a South of the allied troops maintain all positions as they wore Sunday night except in sorrv where they have been improved NO DANGER FROM ATTACKS The allied are in danger from attacks from German In the aria north of Chateau the enemy is reported by The Quebec Government Is opening farm labor bureaus at several Four hundred girls are leaving Tor onto to work in tho flax Daylight savjng has the city of Winnipeg this There are over absentees and defaulters In the Toronto Military The Soya Bean may be introduced into Canada as a substitute for cer eals and other A womans reserve policeforce of members is to bo recruited for New York The girls serving with the Hoyal Air Forces at Toronto are shortly to receive an official John aged of North engine Inspector for the and Is Glacier operated by the will close on July 31st owing to he lack of A temporary embargo has bees laced on the passage of motor cars etween Nova Scotia or New Bruns ick and Prince Edward Sherman a farmer about wenty years of in Hallowell suicide by looting whllo temporarily Of the troops rbnght to France in the months of May and were arried in British Jas judge ofthe uvenile Court of has been ppointed to act on tho minimum wage pard ot British A man posing as ncceeded in cashing a number of orthless cheques at Toronto banks The cost of entertaining the Ameri an soldiers in Winnipeg vas approximately The city nd province will share this The Chief Constables Association f decided to ask the gov rnment to make it aJi offence for any ne engaged in administration of the aw to join a trade agricultural conference at the Ontario ural on the farijlf aior had nothingbut praise the Frank the Methodist seen appointed district chaplain of military district with headquarters at Only 35 Toronto residents applied or permission toVaise hogs In their iack and of these half failed to ake advantage of the ac ording to the department of Two Beamsvllle aviators performed he feat of flying under both bridges m Niagara the firsttime it had been They through he gorge like two great Pleading guilty to a charge of leav ng 200 small fish on the banks of a creek in the Millarville Rev a Presbyterian minis er at High was fined and Glendennlng was in in an airplane accident at the aerial gunnery schoollof the Roya Air and died as a His homewas at Sunder time lead of tho department of social re search for tho three western pro has been appointed secretar of the NonPartlzan League succeed jng The original orders concerning the granting of permits to officers and other ranks proceeding to the United States on duty or on leave has been amended to read That if on officers other will under no circumstances be permitted to pro ceed to the United States and they must provide themselves with an immigration permit before leaving as well as the usual military air observers to be still moving but very slowly and flighting rear guard French Americans ate hanging close to heels of the retiring Germans and tak ing every opportunity to move for Army moves airplanes have been actiye on observation work but the shells fired by the German artillery in an attempt to search out the alliedrear indicate that the airmen failed to the al lied Many shells have been dropped ajong the Marne at Irregular Interval and little dam age has MANY PRISONERS Throughout the the heavy guns of the allies bombarded the enemy lines with excellent according to aerial Over ail the territory taken the damage wrought by American and French guns shows that the position for merly held by the Germans suffer ed much more than the allied notwithstanding that thp volume of fire from the Germans was Large numbers of prisoners were taken from the Germans Nathaniel of Is killed while flying In Basaett husband of Jean the Is More than 150 British eoldlers alinded In the war have tnarrled osing their flight Louis a young lad of 18 ears of drowned in Was ana noir No more returned soldiers are to IB sent to Northern Ontario to take ip land this Blood poisoning resulting from an ilcernted tooth caused tho death yea erday of Donna of William Taylor died from heart allure while waiting for a train at Sarah Ann relict of bhn of is dead at he age of veteran newspaper several years managing editor of tho Minneapolis is There Is to be no more miniature Ife practice in school auditoriums by he public school cadets at Edmon Helen of vho is barely 10 years te the pupil in Manitoba to pass he entrance examination this The late John ot New bequeathed to Yale ot which he was a grad Knox has ex a unanimous call to James of The body of Major vho was drowned in Lake was recovered five miles south of John who for more than a quarter of century was a well known clergymaE in is NS DISTRICT GO Our Own Correspondent July Ruin fell in this district on Saturday varying from a slight shower at somepoints to a regular deluge At Brie has started euttlng a fine stand of JUst outside tho The Barons baseball playgrs had Internal revenue made public with the receipts for previous The project of offering Queen a shower of gifts for the in celebration of the silver anniversary of the King and has had an Princess Beatrice last week at James Palace presented to the Queen gifts in besides gMts of sterling Jiandy proprietor of the Empress Theatre at was elo trocuted instantly when he came in contact with a live His wife and nephew rushed to his assistance and on touching the body were in stantly felled by the current and are now In a eerlous The case against of who was arrested by the military authorities for not carrying his was dismissed by Magis trate Harrison who said there had been no reasonable evidence adduced to show that tho accused was within the age limit of V Describing the War pro posed by tho Rotary as a defin ite form of prayer in the Roman Catholic and a distinct viola tion Of the First Esler preached a sermon in Grace Methodist in which he took strong objqftion to the Hamiug of the proposed ceremony of public prayer by the title of The An Incidentally he mentioned that the city council might be as worthily employed in securing a Sab bath day free from desecration as in endeavoring to fasten a Catholic cus tom on the Protestant people of the their revenge on Champion when one of the best games ot tha season staged Thegame was brimful of excitement from start to In the Tho necessary funs were put over and there wore three men on bases and only one out when the winning run was for pitched a superb Score Cham pion Barons The BaroM team are making all preparation for the invasion ot bridge Tuesday Lethbrldge management wtrned to Jn tho first line trenches and their re serves In readiness It ifould not go down to irre trievable George the noted Baron aMlated br chorus of the strongest In tha will be on hand to render vocal encouragement to the local and fans can look forward to the en joyment of some of the witty sallies tar which George WITH ITS MILLION WONDERSI Worth a Lifetime to See The Glitter of Qlint of Mountain Oleum of new found Mysterious Totem Throbbing American all under Olow of Midnight Supplement your trip to I the Coast with asail miles returning through the sheltered insMe route on CANADIAN PACIFIC Princess Liners cruising belter appointed CANADIAN PACIFIC ROCKIES included in stupendous trip Fat full write or phone about Raort Tour dead in Joe son of and Passmorej of 7 years of was drowned while with someother young boys was bathing in Lake Acting Chief of will so far Finance Com mittee Is the which he claims is due him from the recent drug A a mile in opera tionfor veteranlandiieeters by an ag reement just made between the Cana dian railways and the soldifers meht of wae in stantly killed on the Paris toll road as he turned to allow a car to his car went into the ditch and turned Carrick announced at Port Ar construction on a large pulp and paper mill in Port thttr would commence as eoon as the hydroelectric power commission de veloped the Nipigon Miss Mary Rowellformerly Dean of Residence of Wesley Win will be lecturer of French at Victoria for the suing during the absence of the professor of that Alfred who was brought back to Edmonton from New York on a charge of money under false was remanded for trial ajid out on bail ot Talcing over by government ol the Germanowned Backer Steel Com pany of a plant at and offices in New was announced A Mitchell alien property CUB Frederick son ol manager of the Yongo street branch of theBank of Montrea was while swim ming off the swimming club quarters at Hanlans Arthur Guy while serv ing with the Canadian forces overseas took part in several Important battles In the first years of the was commissioned a captain in the Nation al American Hide prices to become effective ust 1 in the and understood to represent a reduction of about 10 pe have been agreed upon by tin priceifixing committee of the war In dustries board and the Roy Ladd and Nell Handsor of were fined and must pay for damage done to a buggy owned by Wellington whom is is al leged they assaulted one night re cently in Clint while he was driving with iilady Tho William niivles of was finnd in the Police Court for a breach of tho Military Service which breach consisted of ruiliiiK to notify the authorities that an employee had been granted exemption had left their The American people are spending moro for but loss for travel an Mm war Thlu fact is ruvealud u a comparison of re ctiiit receipts of taxes collected by the Ready For The OutofDoolrs Going camping Fishing Travelling or a holiday of some kind We can supply the equipment and can save you money on WILL YOU NEED A TENT We have them in all specially made for the Western Our tents are known for their superior SPORTING GOODS Everything required for ten golf and other We handle tho best lines in each department of sport and our price is Wo invite you to see the HARNESS In our stock of harness you will find a style and quality to meet your We have tho largest stock in Southern Going Camping or Fishing Got your tackle We haveeverything foptho Trunks and Bags This store is headquarters for trunks and bag 1R If you are contemplating a trip get a mink or suit case to suit you exactly from our big We Invite You to Call When Ypu Are At The The Alberta Saddlery LETHQRIPOi ;