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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 27, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta FOUR JULY 27, 19'18 becalb FMI LETHIRIOCE PRINT- ING COMPANY, LIMITED IM-ith Street J Wj A. Pnttdent an Tori IBM delivered, Dally, 'by vpar l.M-00 by mall, per tlM by qsil. fir to dies at ciplry of sabscriptloni up- dally adorns Acetjrt- of papers tftor cxplntita diU ts Mr .Authority to'lcontlnue the s JHE.PROGRESS OF'THEJWAR. The, allies Incrf-ae difficulties in keeping np thelrsteady advance on :the sides of the salient which encompasses the. crown prince's army north of the Marne. Tha Ger- mant-are .beginning to display stub- born opposition, and are bringing up reinforcements'- in large numbers.'The allied pressure continues, but progress is more' slow now. Tbe crown prince is, making apparenlly. ho haste. to from this salient, although indications continue that he Is bum ing'-stores and making preparations for a: complete withdrawal :rder to ge.t their affai.rs In shape. A notable stockpiling campaign on the markets of tie woriiT followed.' In he United Slates this was taken to mean that commercial conditions ere upset by the policies ot the De- mocrats', whose leader. Mr. 'Wilson, was then Butting some' ol his pre- election pledges into, practice. The cause yas far removed 'from It originated in- the- war plans of'the If the leaders of Germany could have staved olf the war they would have done so. International fin- ance is'opposed to war, and the bank- ers (of Berlin knew the daojeis which' etea It successful, might bring them. Their hesitallng acceptance of a. war policy was given only when1 they had been a'ssured that'victory-would be "won three-months, and great Indemnities, new" boundaries and vast forelsn'fljmvwould be Gomiiny's. WnaleVer may be the.final result of the war as far as Germany's'boun- daries are concerned, and'the Allies hare. very.definite .views upon that 'subject, ona thing'Is. "1 get. no indemnities to reimburse her-'for he r; huge, outlays.. Nor U it conceivable that colonial territory, even that which Lwas In her posses- sion .-when: war will ba given back to her.' then, will tie financiers and the industrial sings of the Fatherland look for 'the financial aid they will require.to re- habilitate their exhausted industries destroyed markets? Finance in Germany has'learned Its PICKED VP PASSING T1 ho dates of Saskatoon Winter Fair have been set for December 4, 5 aid 6, John C. West, of Simcoe, inventor of the alligator boat, died at tho..ago of nearly 74 years. if.. John Ham Mrs. Peiry, .of Whitby, Ontj .has been awarded the Military Cross.' Major J. C. of Chatham', Ont., prominent for many: years military and civic lite" of this ol m', Ont. In UiQ lowed W retirn to the otber'Vewtibles h'ave rieif: Dcfenco Of the RealmLrifg lallon orders {hat'hencclorth jumper? Eon, shall JJUWQ In his' possession, sit ver "coin'.StTrtht la the kihsdqm ot jlled aged 76. of the Kingston Children's Aid .Society, died suddenly from paralysis, aged "my years. It has been deceived; ot for THE EXECUTION OF EX-CZAR NICHOLAS. Tfle.execulion of tbe former, of-Hussia, as reported in recent les, .marks the end of the. chapter which began with the overtnrow of the monarchy somewhat over sliteen months'ago. The wonder is 'thai Nicbolasjdid not meet his' death sooner and the fact that he lud thns far escaped was responsible for the hope that'. the .revolution to be! spared at least'one unnecessary nmr-i der. It be, however, and firing 'sq.os.d Perhaps the most Big how his execu eyen Ms'judges, tVai allftaa private papers -r- 01 the larly tiat relating to the alleged mystic Rasputin would be published ia- a .short iiaie.' If the regional or Bolshevik governme'nt of the Red 'Urals' hare taken all these modths to ascertain the reputed aa ture of Ihe emperor, and bars had their moral scnfples awakened only after a year and a half, H -would seem as Ihougb they could continued to live-in -the isame Titlated atmo1 fcphere as -Nicholaa for a short whUe longer, until: tho former; czar could be shipped out of the country. The other excuse, to the elfect that as a Czecho- slovak army was likely to make drive against the -Urals, it was" deemed1 a strategical move- to kill off the former czar before thli could seems 'to be' quite as far fetched. lie spot is: that It has not be'en shown that the Czecho- slovaks' were or are 'at all -interested In the or his dynasty KlUtas.ort Nicholas' Romanoff would haye BO more effect on a Czecho- Slorak advance than the death of the Sultan which was reported the other1 says the Ottawa Citi many generatidna will the power "of German finance be diverted to waging if Industrial and financial Ger- many can. prevent IL Tho financial power in Germany te more likely" to join hands, as iar. is possible to do "so, "with the financial centres of England -.and' the United States in every effort to keep the world -from again- plunging- Into a'war so destruc- tive of financial security. As the war -has fluctuated, succes- favoring the Allies at one period and tbe .enemy at another, so the attitude and the their' re- assumed .H._ pro- .i .._ fessor of Wyclifto- Col- lege, has been appointed -Lord Toronto, to .rectorship ol SLjvidan's Toronto. Lieut. TV. :Bruce .Ferguson, soa of Sir. ani Mrs. Charles Fergu- son. Roblin's Mills, pal.; was drown- ed in an airplane 'accident -'off the coast ol Ksses. r" A draft from the, Lord ;Strathcona Horae left Calgary ttiia week'for an ''untnown" distinction. Tho draft was in charge, of Captain Jamie- son, late qaarler-master of Home. R; Ai Stewart pt_ Victoria D. C., died froin'a He was' attending the1 Canadian' military police school aVRockijiffe ainj was thrown from his' hofsV. "lie "died two houss later in a loca1 The Libby, McNelf Lfbliy Com- pany has been instructed to suspend the canning and beans for ths present, as the cans arp needed for the packing of peas, corn, and- other Tegetablea which will .not keep.." Jt expected that all packers be al seapla: from pitrol sea. The Amerlr-antaviators.station ed on-'he'English coast have .tteei working os avpart of the British salmi drons and this. Is the first purely Am erican Elation" in'Englinu'. D. B. -Finlayson, honorary secre- tary, o.t the Arhiy and Navy Veterans of -Vancouver, anhoiinc'ei that'.autboVlty .'had been applied fo to. corps of rough 'riders 1000 Canada for service ii South.Africa.' The corps will bo re cruited.by'tbe Army and Navy Voter ans organization and the force vdl be. attached.; to. the Imperial .army with army pay! nnlforms and will b' aiouuied. While driving with his 12-yea'r-oli son and a friend at Sault Ste: Marie Robert Johnson, master oiechah! of the tiouiinlfih Tar and Chemlca Company; met ylth.an accident whlc' resulted in the'death of his little.bo and injuries to himself wbe .Germans.iot peace, terms .Ii cent mood they arrogantly at they could dictate the terms of cer and. their Bpokesman Inncunc- that Germany niittst be give? its lotment of ths world's raw materialr er. place .upon the sea, ipd martets r her few rerersals nch as ,that sustained by -German ins this past weet, and we shall ;ar ot Berlin propos g terms of peace in much dambler ords, and when peace !s at last ar it fe sure, to1 be .witfcVa Ger- temper win-have -been dical.y" chastened.' Men of llin, of the great German staam hip.combination, will ,bo .powerful influences'at that taomeht. They are hrewd enough to .know now that as r. Is concerned the Jig ;up. They, know that If Germany la have chance to avoid future Bankruptcy, if she Is not to sink under the.'appalling load.ot debt" tils war Imposed-upon her, Ghe have mots ,lhan mere territorial gains in te direction of Russian and itle Bal- must' be able to get some 3are ''of -the -world's raw materials have some markets open to her mong the great democracies of the worlfl. 7s" idllatfng ruler, 'Nichola; lob 'quite his fei .enls or abilities. He. always started right but rarely kept to "4 Is orlglna path The Rucslan revolution w6nld probably, never hive happened had Nlcholai :not. been swayed one way Poll Intrigue, j religious mysticism of rjuackeiy, superslllion; class halr'edi .combined .to make .th' environment ol the czar one whlcl Vould have r'efulfed a. strong character to mwler. Nleholsi cwsed wtth'indecislon, was ntble with the storm of (feme Influences aroused by the -wt: laced n flfin has a raltr ion M (fsftb VH uiv iftifnti ot 'ti ii-'lfe'llttre toW AlftMAN AND PCACE.' of AmbMMdoV Me __j tfri tnwf that financial Oe eapttlns of Industry ind th Oendaa bankers were, at tl tint, .varse to Hit declares (i Phoeaiz, When they wer W the, t Jii. i F tM Tfew time RtOlt 'f rt THE PHYSIQUE OF THE NATION. (By Hugh Dobson.) The government of the United States has set aside this as children's id every child In the Statir be eiamlned for ab- weighed and measured work !s nlinQed Ir, the ictsx figures la this tbeso 'given out by Jfle poslal as the permanent men a_____ ccmed, bnt the sltuahon_ as ..regards the' temporary men with litlla fart however, that nearl) fifty the local staff Is. conrposed' A'aftse temporarymen who rdas and are not auiml in creases. i i _ Western Cormnltte- Winniptig, July aprival representative? of tie- parlous branches of. the po lal wotkers organ tzation'throughout the Tjeat, a con ference will, be held af Ii Is expected, a western strike commit tee will he as .its headquarters Two delegates from Regina in the city, while Calgary's 'reprVsenla live is expected to here-lomor row. Other been-askeJ to send Can't Grant Demand .At a mass meeting to- night a wire wag read from Acting Premier C. J stating "Your wire-this.-'datel" There is m evasion on the subject of conciliatloT beard. Tne government cannot gran any such.board t Plan Vancouver, July the jesul! of a'-meeting of representatives leading business organizations and cit izens of Vancouver .fter noon, Mayor th( auppc i of the mee Ing to the reaueH of the men ior board-ot'conciliation 1 At Prince Albert Prlnce'.'Aibf'' July 27 :tle-up'.ln-ibe local post blllte Ii torn Of the mall carriers sa they art not on strike, less to'do anything Owing to the fact that everyone else In the post office Is apparently on strike At Saskatoon. f July. service has been completely tied Vip f here since noon ind railway mall clerks.went tra.nlrlko. men, are standing firm and de they will not- ictu'-n until a rd pf'cpnclllatloa is appointed Domjhlon health board, but without cC tie following is an-estlmale oMhe ol .children throifghont Cuti- aat, bawd clfillcl alreid> Meld In the tTnllcd Sales, in bbth country. ol children Dhder Jlre yearn of tgt from prevent- Me caniei to SOjOOO Bctiool children of Canada .with orjanlo beart tronble Children have now or hays' had tubertaloilj ot (he lunga. 80000 jphjl curra- fure.or flat feet, or some other de- health enough ,lo nutrition due fn at ieaat to one cnuhiSraldd a fail ure'lo proper feeding enltrged fenslli adc nolrt! cervical IhaKnied at- tention. f defeclhe (eelh) jhlch are potentially If not actually delrl mental -to hMltb; t t Many hundreds of children poncsn two or nore of tbe handicapping jlefecls Over a m111fon .school children in clly, town and ih CaiadS are. In need of atlentfAn today lor phyal that tho Qcrmuns still hold.ltio north bank ot the Marne for come eight ml'es from Vlncelles to Reull This hae not yet been disputed with them This alone, he adds, is proof that the enemy is not In a desperate bur ry to withdraw from. >the; It Is not also a hint that he has a large accumulation of stores near the rjver which it Is difficult lo remove The French guns In the sector, the correspondent continues, are dumps amrncn1- lion f __ No Rapid Advance Now The early of the French counter aljack has bred a disposition .16, expect further'Fi'pli advances and perhaps huge captures but the light Ing In the salient offers lo 'he aggres gor only tho advantage obtainable from the enemy s congested conSKIon and even that cull both ways as It leaves masses of men to oppose us Our progress In tbe last week gave the enemy ample time to begin rco: ganballorf outsider Hae falfent W. are not likely to go ranch farther wltA out discovf ling a dlsposltfon to with stand us We may1 regird with somt suspicion the enetiy'i iitentlon along the river front nit pAiitlon may not ba an enviable there are points In It not unfavorable to an at tack. In Ihe Ferea and His Itnetlt nortn ol the Marne, the to ho blowing up considerable.quantities of munitions and Breather lirlerrertt With ThS Amerlcin On Th. Alsno-Marne Front, July For the second time slnco the battle be gan; tho weather todat Interfered with operations (fl the air The afternoon was cloudy most of the lime, with local hhowers frecjoenlfy drenching tho fields forced tbl airplanes lo descend; Bffora, the of aerial ohsorvatlon.Bnd bombing was children with defective hear- children ,with defective vi- sion 400 000 children luffarlce (mm rnal. When seen In problem largo enough In scope to en gage Ida allenllprt of- oqr statesmen We need morfi sfaleisic'i fewer 'we rvox.i ws cal deecu which panfatly or ctjded however one American completel; remedhhie tor, Lieut MeecHed la-fofc Wlinn aoAn llvhf, j. r_- a__- t 1 We wish to announce to the public that have purchased 'the entire and business of the Ford Garage, v owned by Mr J H. business wdl'be carried on name for'trie present at the old loca- tion, 1232 3rd Avenue South. We have on hand a large stock of, Repairs and Accessories of Ford cars and trucks and can fill any orders ori short notice N t Our Repair Department is under'the management of the best mechanic obtain- uuic and our patrons can rest assfired'that any work turned out of our establish- ment will go out absolutely rights <-J- _ _ _ .Forcispn Tractor We have also taken over the agency for the Fordson Tractor. This is the tractor the provincial government secured this spring, having distributed 1000 over tbe, province. This machine is giving good satisfaction. It's reliability has been proven.' We have a full line of repairs for this tractor on hand. See it at the fair. v f x We Business We are in a position to give service Every item will be given careful attention. C.C.McCREARY, Manager -y f- Ing down alive within the American lines a Clermah capfaln had Another Arorrlcnn "Mr VI] enve also brouK.it down a German plant. PRESBYTERIAN Knot Cknreh Corner and 8th Afreet S. Cipt, A. H Puior W B.-tt; "tits'. During July and August the evening service -will be held at i 30 Instead of 7 30 V 10 a.m i Boys Department a.m. Big eiiten' 200 pm nig brothers Bible Class 1415 pm Other Department of Sun day School 4 Clut. THE UNITED CHURCH' NORTH LETHBRIDGB E, i Hodjliw, 0 Pntor [271 N Prjone l 11 a m-' "The Pulrn Third In the rferles. 10 a m. Boys Department of tho S S I tn the Hail 11 a m Rrangellst H L Storeni will preach, 2.00 Beginners and Primary De- partrnelila of the S.S. In Ihe Hall 2.00 p.m.i'Olrls'Department of the 3. 8, in Ihe Church I IS pm Adult Denirtmttil ot the S 8 fn the Church T.SO-.TopIo: "To Who Came to Church ancf yrent There will 'also be references to fcaltircs of our.lalr and stampede PENTECOSTAL ffNTECOSTAL AtSEMSLV i 204 Thlrteerrtfi 8f N Ci M, Hfft, Patter atr nth m. H, 8tritett' Sunday, -10.30 7.30 and ft J and Mri asa'jt A Htirty WtlcorrM All. METHODIST t fyeafcy' Church Rev. Chas. E, Crsjj, B. D, Pastor. Residence 320 llth St S. Phones Parss-sj- 4O4, C'-.rt'- 408 Jlaude Hughes, LAB, Mus Director tegular services at 11 a.m. and 7.SO 1200 Blblo School and Bible Classes i Church Cor 11tn Strut tni 8th Av. goulh. W V McMllltn, B 4, s. m Sunday ml Clisies j pm s fiVHfisONO 130 pn Holy and JM Sou- at SMHtnd and 4lh Sundays Sundays at t p.n CHHISTADELPHIAN8 Meet in the Mooae Ifall, Hfglnbotham niock Entrance 6th St and 2nd Ave South, Wedneailay at S'p.m., Biblo Clails. Sundays al 10 a rt To.TJroak Bread in Rcmemhrnnce 6f the I Death fna at. 730 pm To Proclaim tho Olaa Tldinga'of the Kingdom ol Oml. Subject 'Tile Faith Once to (fit aalntt t-< i i tf r; V f '_ _ H. E. BAPTIST Flnrt Cor 3rd t. C.. Putcr Senlces morning and eVcelnr Mwiilig H Pvenlng 7 30 p m Mr B A. Robertson of Acanfa Uni verslty, Woffvllle, NS, will preach at both services i Sunday School will tfter the morning service. Chweh Cor. 3rd AVI imi 8th tt- Oliver L Curtis, 6t2 Ssvenlh Street South Pnone 602 1J1C Sunda? ScHooL early' ard avoid the rusn Regfilor servfces 'ind 7.SO. Chflatian Endeavor at t K NORTH LETHBRIBOE rAtei N, Baptist Chord) John 13th St H, Sunday School 3 i prf Kvonlng Service 736 Gospel Address by Mr everybody W.lwm.. CHRISTIAN _ AdJ ind SuCdajf il ifli 3 7 30 7 SO p m Wcdnexlay. t p m Home. 8pm Life Sating and Om Mi The Cilailel ntnd ID Sunday, and Ttiursdiiy Serrlccs. EveryMdy Welwm' M otM-Mr n. TS ized Christian Sclcn. M rod, borrowed 4 lend charch visit the rouilnf nxn. ;