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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 27, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta tK r rMMrMw Mill fMI ktfHMIOtit H LIMITED ButlBoet Mantiet TELEPHONES Batlnttt Office ISM JMItorM Ottfcr tottwiteX deUtei per by yew by per by pw year t 1 of expiry of ap pear dally addrott label Accept of papert tftel rapintitti to nr authority to continue the OF The allies are finding increasing d Iff Unities In keeping up their steady Advance on the sides of the salient which encompasses the crown princes army north of the The Ger mansare beginning to display born and are bringing up reinforcementsin large The allied pressure but progress Is more slow The crown prince is making apparently no haste to withdraw from this although Indications continue that he is burn ingstores and making preparations for a complete THE EXECUTION OF EXCZAR The execution of the former czar of as reported in recent cab marks the end of the chapter which began with the overthrow of j the monarchy somewhat over sixteen months The wonder is that Nicholas did not meet his death sooner and the fact that he had thus far escaped was responsible for the hope thatthe revolution to be spared at least one unnecessary mur It was not to and the last Romanoff emperor faced a firing Perhaps the most sig niftcant indication of how his execu tlbji regarded even by his contained f f t and respondence ofthe particu larly tnat relating to the alleged mystic Rasputin would be published In a short If the regional or Bolshevik government of the Red Urals have taken all these months to the reputed degenerate na ture of the and have had their moral scruples awakened only after a year and a it would seem as though they could have continued to live in the same vitiated atmo sphere as Nicholas for a short while until the former ozar could be snipped out of the The other to the effect that as a Czecho slovak army was likely to make a successful drive against the it was deemed a strategical move to kill off the former czar before thit could seems to be quite as far itia weak spot Is that it has not been shown that the Czecho slovaks were or are at all interested in the former czar or his Killing off Nicholas Romanoff would bare no more effect on a Czecho slovak advance than the death of the Sultan of which was reported the other says the Ottawa Citi Nicholat inherited aJob quite beyond bis tal ents or He always started right but rarely kept to his original The Russian revolution would probably never have happened had Nicholas not been swayed one way and then aoother by the varioue in fluences which surrounded poll religious myiticiim or class hatreds and fears all combined to make the environment of the czar one which wquld have required a particularly character to cursed was utterly umble with the storm of these influences aroused by the war Kot faced a firing has a ruler gone to death 4fi this and ft that the cab Its jfre fafth OK the anfllxerjary 0 th tragedy ifbtM little Meilcan L FINANCE AMD TM of Ambassador Mor fire proof that financial Ger i captains of industry and the German bankers at the iiywrte to tho declares the When they were y mjlitary saw war was Inevitable for few weeks time In order to gftt their aftalcs Id A twtable stockiellint campaign on the markots of the world In the United States this was taken to mean that commercial conditions Score upset by the policies of the De whose Wilson wafe then putting some of his pre election pledges into The cause WM tat removed from It originated Inthewar plats of the If the jeaders of Germany could have staved off the war they would have done International fin ance is opposed to and the bank ers Berlin knew the dangers which even if might bring Their hesitating Acceptance of a war policy was given only when they had been assured that victory would be won in three and great new boundaries and vast foreignfields would be Whatever may be final result of the war as far as Germanys boun daries are andthe Allies definite upon that one thing will get no indemnities to reimburse her1for herfhuge Nor is it conceivable that colonial even that which was in her posses sion when war will be given back to will the financiers and the industrial kings of the Fatherland look for the financial aid they will require to re habilitate their exhausted industries and their destroyed markets Finance in Germany has learned its lesson It has been Not for many generations will the power of Germanfinance be diverted to waging if industrial and financial Ger many can prevent The financial power in Germany to more likely to join as as it is possible to do 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 As the war has success favoring the at one period and the enemy at so the attitude of the to peace and the terms of ithas In their re cent mood they arrogantly assumed that they could dictate the terms of and their spokesman announc ed that Germany must be given its allotment Of the worlds raw materials her place upon the and markets for her A few reversals such as that sustained by German arms this past and we shall Bear the statesmen of Berlin propos ing terms of peace in much humbler and when peace is at last ar it te sure to be with a Ger many whose temper will have been radically Men of type of of the great German steam ship will be powerful influences at that They are shrewd enough to know now that as far as Germany is concerned the jig They know that if Germany is to have any chance to avoid future if she is not to sink under the appalling load of debt this war has imposed upon she must have more xthan mere territorial gains in the direction of Russian and the Bal must be able to get some share of the worlds raw materials and have some markets open to her among the great democracies of the t THE PHYSIQUE OF THE By Hugh The government of the United States has set aside this as childrens asjcthat every child in the States be examined for ab weighed and Follow up work is planned in the case of remedial Of their child ren under one year of age die They believe they can saye at least of these per an thegovernment of Great Britain haa followed much the same course ordered a nationw4da child welfare campaign wJth exhibits and institutes in every centre of Great The premier himself is chairman of the committee to secure the France called a special session of the chamber of deputies to deal with In Oanaila we have neither Domin ion board nor child welfare The Public Health Congress of Canada every yearfor fifty years tince confederation have asked for a Dominion health but without Tbe following is an estimate of the of throughout Can adabwed on clinics already held in Canada and the TTnited in bpth city and country deaths annually of children under five years of age from prevent ihle to school children of Canada with organic heart children have now or have had tuberculosis of the children with gpinal curva or qr some other de fornlty enough rto Vfect T children with defective hear children defective vi children auffariue from mal JULY aiittii PASSING fhe of Saskatoon Winter Fair hate been for December 5 John of Inventor of the alligator died at of nearly 74 John Ham of Ontj has been awarded the Military Major of prominent for many years In the military and civic lite of this aged Alexander of the Kingston Childrens Aid died suddenly from aged fifty pro testor of Wycliffo Col hag been appointed by the Lord Bishop of Toronto to of Aldans FlighU Bruce son of and Charles Fergu Roblins was drown ed in an airplane accident off the coast of A draft from the Lord Strathcona Horse left Calgary this week for an unknown The draft was in charge of Captain late quartermaster of the Ogden Convalescent of died from a fractured He was attending the Canadian military police school atRockcllffe and was thrown from his He died two houss later in a local hospltajr The McNeil tabby Com pany has been instructed to suspend the canning of pork and beans for the as the cans are needed for the packing of corn and other vegetables which wil not Jt is expected that all packers will be al lallon aiia ver ccMn Greait Brl that the pu and bt he hat henceforth in Bis l la the ol of d vulue exceellng ufrett for oradhai expendtturi Ame the Irtfiiili B from whii took ovor continuous patrol duty fter area of The American aviators station ed on he English coast have VMR working as tfpart Of the British squa drons and this is the first purely Am erican station in COKTIKUKD FROH figures in this statement these given out toy the postal clerks as far as the permanent menare con but the thetemporary men is passed pver with little Pie Tao that ff the local staff is composed temporary men and are not recelviBgfcny in Western July fSerajrlyal here of thevarious branches of the organ ization throughout con ference be held at WinniiMK it is a western strikecommit tee will be organizediwith Winnipeg as its delegates from Reglna already have arrived in the while Calgarys representa tive is expected to reach herstomor Other branches have beenasked to send delegates to this Cant Grant Demand At a mass meeting of strikers to night a wire was read from Acting Premier Your wire this There is np evasion on the subject of conciliation The government cannot grant any such a Plan I J July the jresuU of a meeting of representatives leading business organizations and cit izens of Vancouver held this Mayor Gale has telegraphed the magistrates Moose CalgaryJ Victoria and New aski ing cooperation on a to end thd employes temporarilyj pending the exertion of pressurd on the authorities at OttaWato permit the appointment of an arbitration The local Strikers haveagreed togo back to work for at least teij days topermit negotiations with the The mayor affirms the unreserved and unanimous of the meet ing to the request of the men for a board At Prince Prince July tieup in the local ofM6e is of the mail carriers say they are not on but arepower less to do anything owing to the fact that everyone else in the post office is apparently on At service has been completely tied Up here since noon when all clerks ind railway mail clerks went The men are standing firm and de plare they will not return until a board of cpncfliation is nutrition due in part least to one Or other defects enumeratedor a fail ure to understand proper with enlarged noids or cervical glance thatneed at are potentially if not actually detri mental to Many of thousands of children possess or more of the handicapping Over a million school children in town and country In Canada are in neud of attention todayfor physi cal infects which jare partially or completely When seen in this thU is a problem large enough in scope to en gage the pf biKgest We need more statesmen and fewer honorary tary of the Arniy nnd Navy Veterans Association of announced that authority had been applied for organize1 it corps of rough 1000 in Canada for service in South The corpe will be crulted by the Army and ans organization and the force will be attached to the Imperial with army pay uniforms and will be While driving with his 12yearold son and a friend at Sault Robert master mechanic of the Tar and Chemical met an accident which resulted in the death of his little boy and serious injuries to when the automobile rolling down the bank into a gully twenty feet The father is in tKe hos pital with concussion of the Sherwood of received telegraphic advice from the secretary of stajte that the passed upon John Francis Walsh to be hanged at Nelson on July 29 for the murder of William thirty miles from River last had been commuted by the minister of justice to life im Herchfner defended Walsh at his trial in August fourth will be celebrated in Great Italy Japan and the Dominion of Canada as Remem brance Dav the i anniversary of the day Great Britain declared war on the king and qjieen and themembers of parliament will the In procession to West when tha of Can terbury deliver a sermon in honor of those f alien i In view of thepvery serious situa tion developing In Alberta and Saskat chewan so far feed for livestock ie particularly for next win an prderincouncll has been pass ed prohibiting the burning of alj straw stacks oyer from last year in the prairie ac tion is under the War Measures Endorsing the suggestion of Pacific Coast shipyard workers Labor Day be made a MJfcnd great ship launching dlr of CorpSjatlon transmWbd to men workithg him letter fromPresl the with which the president is following the prdferesf of the Ship building that the Germans still hold the north bank of the Marne some eight miles from Vincelles to This has not yet been disputed with This he is proof that the enemy js not in a desperate hur ry to withdraw the if it is not a hint thathe has a large accumulation near the river which it is difficult to The French guns in the the correspondent are exploding groat dumps of ammunl No Rapid Advance The early success of the French counter attack has bred a disposition to expect further rapid advances and perhaps huge but the fight ing in the salient offers to the aggres sor only the advantage obtainable from the enemys congested condition and even that cuts both ways as it leaves masses of men to oppose Our progress in the week gave the enemy ample time to begin reor ganization outside the We are not to go much farther with out discovering a disposition to with stand We may regard with some suspicion the enemys Intention along the river iils position may not bo an enviable but there are points in it not unfavorable to an at In the Feres and Rifl of the the Germans seem to be blowing up considerable quantities of munitions and fVeather With American Army On The AisneMarne July For the second time since the big battle be the weather today interfered with especially in the The afternoon was cloudy most of the with local iihowars frequently drenching the fields and forced the airplanes to Before the work of aerial bombing was one American avia Lieut succeeded laforc ing down alive within the American lines a German captain who had a ylctorigMMMtp aUied avia Another American near Vlllen euve also brought down a German V We wish to announce to the we have purchased entire stock and business of the Ford by business will be carried on ruinie fbrtKe present at the 1232 3rd Avenue have on hand a large Repairs and Accessories of Ford cars and trucks and can fill any orders brt short x Our Repair Department is tfemanagement of the best mechanic obtain able and our patrons can resl assdredHhat any work turned out of our establish ment will go out absotately i Tractor We have also taken over the for the Fordson This is the tractor the provincial government secured this having distributed 1000 over the This machine is giving good Its reliability has been We have a full line of repairs for this tractor on See it at the t We Want Your Business We are in a position to Every item will be given careful attention i r Manager Proprietor PRESBYTERIAN Knoz Church Corner 4th and Bth Street Capt Pastor Acting During July and August the evening service will be held at instead of 10 Big Platers Bible Big Brothers Bible Other Department of Sun day School 4 Chinese THE UNITED CHURCH OF NORTH LETHBRIDGE Patter Phone 11 The Shepherd In the 10 Boys Department ofthe Ip the 11 Stevens will Beginners and Primary De partments of the in the Girls Department of the in the Adult Department of the in the Topic To Men Who Came to Church and There will also be references to some features of our fair and PENTECOSTAL PENTECOSTAL ASSEMBLY 205 Thirteenth Patter 3S7 11th Services and Tuesday and Evangelist and Hcott assUt A H tarty Welcome to METHODIST Wesley Church Residence 320 llth Phones Partonage Church Study 408 Claude Director Regular services at 11 and Bible School and Bible ANGLICAN Cyprtanfl Church 11th Strttt and 8th Canon Rector Sunday School rnl Bible 8 s EVENSONG Holy and 3rd Sun days at and 4th Sundays at 11 Sundayt at 4 CHRISTADELPHIANS Meet the Moose Hlglnbotham Entrance 5th and 2nd Wednesday at 8 Bible Sundays at 10 To Jireajc Bread In Remembrance of the and at To Proclaim the Qlad Tidings of the Kingdom of Subject The Faith Once to the i A and erf In Sunday 11 Sunday I Corp 9 Home 8 Life Saving and Guards The Citadel Bang In Sunday and Thursday Everybody Wtlconv BAPTIST First Baptlit Charch 3rd and tth St Patter Services morning and 11 of Aeadla Uni will preach at both Sunday School will meet after the morning Christian Church art 8th Oliver Patter 812 Seventh Strttt Sputh Phono 602 Sunday School early and avoid the Regular services and Christian Endeavor at NORTH UETHBRIPOE OOSPIk HAUL Late 5th Ave Baptist Church Speaker John 636 13th Sunday School 34 JSvoniug Gospel Address by James Plddet Everybody CHRISTIAN 9CIENCB Thfl Sunday School cloffa during July to 6 JMNr the Stble and author ized Chrlttlan Science literature may be borrowed qr Tho public cordially to at tend the church visit the reading ;