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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 24, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta I MKHACB JULt Che Iberafo BtDcrtn OAlLY ANO WttKLY and LtTHBRJOOR HERALD PRINT INQ LIMITED MS 6th Buchanan president and Managing Director Tonance Business Manaicr TKLFPHONES Business Office Editorial Office Ut4 tiibMrlptlon RatMi per week per year by par year by per year by per year to of expiry of subscription ap pear daily on address Accept ance of paperi expiration date U our authority to continue the tub THE PROGRESS OF THE The initiative on the western front is now entirely in the hands of the allied once more evidence of the great genius of General It will toe several it is befdfe the Germans will be able to the offensive on any The French and Americana continue to hammer away at the German Hiies northof the and to have made further The total of prisoners has been augment ed by 1500 more taken by the French in the past two or three THE OPPORTUNITY OF THE CANADIAN Discussing the overseas visit of Canadian which has given certain other editors not included in the list something to write the Calgary Albertan points oat that no Canadians who are now in Bri tish politics have ever interpreted Canada to first because their interests do not lie in that and as looking too much tariff1 ho rocognizoa frankly many good points In pecially its effort at interchange of Western and Eastern We certainly want tho kind of edu catlon will be provided by tho proposed exchanging of students fye tween Ontario and1 and be tween Manitoba and the but the program might well bo further ex tended in The idea of bringing farmers and Western men down to lie Kast to view nrocrcss In manufacturing is whollyadminiMo and tlio Western men will bo more thun Ilonsed to show something of tho pleasures nnd difficulties of west ern farm life to he wise men from the We need tnoro communica tion lines between city education nnd Jlie Our men at the front are fighting for a brighter future for whole human For tho love of all that is good and true let us back up their efforts by wise consid eration of Canadas part in the recon struction of our thought and We have grown to solidarity as n nation in war our need now Is to get ready to be solid with each nnd in AN ENGLISH VIEW OF AMERICAS If the Americans seem alittle bit inclined tobrag about accomp in this dont blame themfor Give them praise That is the taken by Maurice an English newspaperman who has lived for twenty years in Wash who of Americas war effort as an Englishman sees In the Julyissue of the North Ameri can His aim was to review Americas contribution to the prose cution of the war during the first twelvemonths oi her participation as a and toprovide an anti dotp for the pessimism which found voicein many sections of the United States last though recent events have drowned the note of hu miliation which wasin April and May to oe discerned even in the utter ances of men like Roosevelt and Senator Low admits that a few months I ago there was some disappointment even in Britain and who fear ed that the United States had failed to profit by the blunders of the older nations during the early stages of the andsecond because personally they But so tar as he can discern the are incapable of performing such a 1 has not made very many avoidable Mistakes In Canadians and for the most merely adventurers in Canadian Canadian being of Canadian fibre and perfectly inform tCaupjadian a to give splendid service in this It remains to be seen whether ttiey willgrasp the unique opportun ity n the other these visitors to Great Britain have an unequalled op ppjtunity to study social and com mercial questions in Britain at first and to bring hack an invalnable fund of information of recent devel have he says certain things have been done which ought not to have been and things have been left undone which ought have been and the blunders of 5 countrymenhave peated by but a like aji does not learn from tlie jexperience ot hut only from its riwn for which It usu ally pays He points that the United States did avoid many of Bri tains early which were chiefly attributable to the motto UP PASSfJVG rm Mwr ojpnents along the lines of Business as Usual adopted at the ucation andnew methods in Indus It is nothing for them to paint glowing of battlefields and munition of which efery returned Has more vivid im pression than they can hope to outset of the Clinging to this shibboleth Great Britain dallied with spent money and failed to grapple with the food because of the unworthy fear that to alter the accepted customs of But it will miean if they can the people would be an admission of hring back information of Addiweakness and aa to solis scheme for the of taught of the most recent devel opments in of the details of the housing reform schemes throughout Great of the per manent aspects of the changing econ pjpic position of Of all these things we have had only superfi the pressure of the the British people but in these matters the United States made no initial and the government at once proceeded to adopt coDscriu tion and to put the country on a war To year or mere that the Uals1 Miuniedlate war news having left little States oqnW make 110 effective inlil ropim for details of these secondary contribution toward the winning matters in current newspapers and of the war for a period ofr or We await with impatj tn years was not ience the return of the Canadian edi Germany from her own experi with news of these things in hovy long It had taken her to we are vitally and not without justice as sumed that America not ac complish in a brief space what with her had been so lengthy a prepara FARMER AND MANUFACTURERS Canadian Finance has the follow ing to say West has no more doughty than presi dent of the Lethbridge board of Particularly is hia expressed attitude on the mattern Of eastern Industrial de velopment and outflook an attitude he freely admits has undergone gome change as a result of his recent v4ait to Eastern manufacturing cen trfes while attending the Ottawa war loan strongly expres eea the view that it was a mistake for Westerners to align themselves as farmer school of economic opinion against the East as a manufacturing Coordination and coopera too are aeces tor the upbuilding of a prosper ous While still holding to nil old view that the present tariff wfll t ricketty because never on any scientific deprecates certain Weetern do ids for its sudden and complete We have as a remarked to Canadian ertaken heavy financial respon and the most careful and pidared judgment of our nations siuess is called He believes tfca moderates in the camps aere and manufacturers can get and the hightariff extrem are by no means representative n While the program of the Canadian Industrial For the last two says Americans have been talking aoout the frondertul efficiency nf Germany and bemoaning their own inefficiency reproaching themselves for not having fpatterned after Ger man What it has taken Germany forty years to what f6r forty years has been the life of thought on which her people have the idea arounfl which all Germany has America will have done in two This may seem an exaggerated state but It is nevertheless true A yoar hence the United States If have a larger army in the field than Germany had at the begin ning of the A year hence the American navy will be more powerful than German The greatest of Americas in Lows has been a failure to realize the real uses of Americans have copied from the 1UI tieh the vice of telling themselves what incompetents they are and what doddering idiots they have hide our but a thousand printing presses our says unil Am Association as not erlcans mucli resemble In reepeuizius the Imooitanco of is Of tho change Uiyi Ntiions annual flower show will be hold July 24 to At Fertile two Slavs were fined 0 each for refusing to fight forest The results of the departmental ex aminations in Alberta will probably be known in two weeks v Winnipeg policemen mny be sup plied with large umbrellas to protect them from the y A new Salvation Army bo Ing a remodeled has been opened at and John of Tor recently celebrated their golden ot High is a Since the first of May there have been only prisoners in the fe jail at It Is expected that it Avill shortly Unless pickersnre 100 tons ot raspberries will bo lost in tho Mis sion and neighboring districts ot James one of the oldest re sidents of is His only son resides at Prince Rup The National Division Sons of Tem perance reelected Hoben of South Most Worthy Belleville city council passed esti mates for the fixing the lax rate at 35 110 the highest rats in the citys Following an outbreak of anthrax on the farm of Snniuel two registered horses valued at have wife of George of who is over died in Englnnd from influenza which she contracted while nursing German prisoners ot Before the cherry shipping season ends no less than seven heavily load ed cars will have been shipped from in addition to Uie usual express Wilhjalmnr Canadian Arctic now at Fort is planning go on a lecture tour this fall for the benefit of the Red Fire destroyed the plant of the Pump company at a loss of nearly Only a small portion of the loss is covered by William aged mother of Frank ofEast died at hec home jn Lon Her Sheriff died many years Blight is affectingthepotatoes in the Chatham and has bean particularly active in the past few Until now there had been pro mise of an exceptionally good Sir Edward Kemp from Lord secretary the Royal Air a reauest for further as sistance from the Canadian forestry and in the construction of airdromes in England and principal of the Mohawk Institute and rector of the Mohawk has been appointed charge of the parish Jam British West Doukhobors at two wepks ago went on a naket to the tllsgnst of the Eng lishspeaking settlers who complained to the provincial po lice at Pure extravagance was the offence for which a woman was fined one hundred at Brighton She had obtained five pints cream and usedJthem to and meringues for a Holding twelve medals Is the record of Private Dowlihg nowla the UOS8 hospital at England Aged tho man has served fortyfive years in army and nary and has been of Niagara who is in the Provincial Gas Companys interests in the Niagara an interviewsaid he was pretty well convincedthatthe natunil gas supply in the Niagara district is pretty well more public teachers of were to the ilist bytlie annuation ThTa brings the total ntimoer of receiv ing suporannriation rang ing betweenJ305 and Un to An sat originally for with a passport marked Paris haa and has teen taken in cuargo by local immi gration The pf the Egyptian e the first time on rbcbril that a human package has ever been BO misdirected in He will ho come oiur the spirit the American of tho realization that defeat means has boon horn an effort makes him certain that iu ciimliig joar no couuiry will do so much toward winning war as QuestionalreY kro to bo sent out shortly to meft of the 1920year rxtrid who left Fertile with tho fifth has been awarded tho military Count Delia president of iho Italian Red is He was a member of the Italian Lawrence son of Walter of waa killed in ah aeroplane accident In Walter Aianaget of the Van couver haa arrived In Toronto after a run iu an automobile across the Four two French and sneaking have been ad ded to the Montreal Police and are now being Kingston claims to havp the oldest Orangeman in Canada in the person of who has been a member for 73 Ernest Campbell former Dominion Express company agent at has killed in ac Thomas for Ren has given the hospital board ot that town a handsome site for a now Elevator girls in fte Palliser Hotel at Calgary threaten to strike if they are ordered to wear caps with uniforms as they say the caps made their heads Tho hell In New York city hall tower was ordered rung by Mayor Hylan for fifteen minutes July in cele bration of the victorious American ad vance on the French Winnipeg Army and Navy Veterans Association wired the Minister of recommending v the appoint ment df Hughes as superintendent of has learned that her ellest son Major acting Arthur Rusell John Mow died from wounds on July i Canon rector of Pauls Edmonton was installed archdeacon of the diocese of Mnionton in the place of Archdeacon who has gone to the Fire cansed bf nitrate destroyed plant of the American AgriculturalChemi cftl Company near entafling a Joss ot a iiilllon and a quaiier r was fined arid he option for distributing literature ing to injure the prosecution of thei Acting oh from the secretary of the Vic1 toria police raided the offices of Tho Week newspaper and put into eia cution the orders of iOttavira auf thorities to eupprgsa the ptiblica At Mrs Mary Inglotf brought her husband in the police court She said her husband wanted her to live witftv him in a oneroomed shackat he taught instead his coming home every night so they could live in Sir Hugh John the told her if her1 husband had to support her he had right to demand that she live wher ever he F1AND SWEDE ARE OPENED FMHTT bestof Ihe performers are nil lu a high And the bucking yiM steers nhowod hat Day and Knight hud a In picking They were perform with plenty of action to The Among the winners of the day were Bucking With Medicine 8 eec frew 10 V4 28 41 riding for Jtin Mas one 1 Calf Roping and 1 3 1 Two Mile Relay 3rDutch Wild Horse The calfbranding crew for the day was composed of Ch Powley of handled the and1 his branding crew of Tom my Three Calgary Red and two Their time was 16 min As compared with the made by Joe last years of 11 19 Powleya time was He had trouble catch ing his wasting almost half his This contest will continue every day for the remainder of the It is a distinctly Leth no other stampede in either Western Canada or the western including it in the tit is a breath of the real ranch life ffrotn tfoijfcsponflent July public mooting of tho ratepayers ofthe Taber School District has been called for Thurs July at 8 in the pub lic school for thri purpose of consider ing the engagement of a principal nil other teachers required on tho school As this Is a meeting of impor tance hoped will be a full attendance of and John Robinson left on Saturday visit to the On afternoon Van working on the was thrown from sustaining injuries about the and being rendered unconscious for sev He is Still con lined to bed but is progressing George Millar family are Medicine Miss S of Springs an experienced post office is now on the staff of the Taber Sidney one of Taberls honor roll men who has boon serving for three years at the front with Army Medical paid the town a short visit the end of last His mnny friends were delighted to see him aWd to know that hie health is at present Is In where other members of his family Blygh con aiders himself amost lucky man as tho hospital in which he had been serving by the Germans a few days after he left and the per son taking his place killed in On Sunday evening an auto load ot young peoples from the United North in at the manse and spent a social return ing the same Church Sunday school picnic transferred to tho city tor the educa tion of stampede and they thoroughly enjoy the work of the roper and his calf Three very good races were run dur ing the details of Which may bo found pitmen flSt jUecertftliljf 6n Pri dnf swim ming watting and an excellent supper topped off with ice cream and lemon jade theevents of the Mailer Simon who haa been Inld up with blood poisoning for the pagt week la Donald and of were visitors at the manso on Miss of Is Visit ing nt present with Munro of ATTACK RE FROM The he surpasses in violence that of the Marfch and Ma offensives and derraatts rapidly nroibelng worn outi wild of tho German official sitoteilhorifsj he more than else the confusion in Germany from the allied Germans niay delay a but the necessity ot reconstruct ing their general reserves willsoon oblige them to strftighren their front butween SOlsaons and With The iAtnericflfl Army On tho July Associated ThftkrmieB of Petain and Penitfjfig have forced their way through soaked woods and fields further inlo the German lines The Bttategyfpt General Focli apnarttntlx fell Very smashing blown today and at numer ous points shock divisions of the avrny of the German Crown Prince were forced togive gwnind Ijefore the French and j Tho day closed the Germans having been pushed well back at many points by attacks which followed a heayy artil lery Droves of A I rOMf t With the American Tho AianijMarne July 23 More favornblo weather conditions brought out droves 6f aircraft this The clay was anexcellent one for ob ppwation and this to chriftgo the character especially with regard to the July Austrian offensive Albania have been Chattered by the drive ofthe Frenchand Italian troops during the last according to the Petit Pfl rlsien on the Enemy munition stpres ot food and war materials destroyed or The FrancoItalian linea have been straightened out at certatrfi points over a front of twenty milw and light columns continue jf advaneo along the of the Devoll the correspondent TWENTY ROUNDS OF FAST SNAPPY BOXING TERRY RYAN of Lethbridge A GREAT ARRAY OF TALENT SIX ROUND BOUT YOUNG ANDERSON of Paul CHINA FAVOR9 INTERVENTION Vlctoriat July Twelve days out from Yoko hama the Japanese steamer Kashtma Mara arrived here to day with 342 passengers and ten thousand Of Oriental Paul United States to whp was a paswenger the senti ment in China fa cwerwhelgiing ly in favor tt joint Intervention Siberia by the ho IB still dlvid nd by political trouble between tho north ami south and ba causo of this turmoil the coun try is lieiiiK greatly handicap pod lu actively participating in H diplomat will return to Pekin uitliin a few FOUR ROUND BOUT YOUNG MACLEOD GEO ofBlairmore V i THREE ROUND BOUT L JOESTAVRO BAftNEY AlLEN of Taber FOl YOUNG OHARA of Calgary of Vancouver DAVE COHEN of Seattle PEANUT Lightweight Champion of the Pacific Coast will 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