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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - July 27, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta rtltdent and Manoffittf ;DlrectAr fohn Tbhanoe  Bualntii Vaoacw TSLP.PHONE* Omce .............. mi Business OUIca .. 1U4 ubtcrlptlen RatMi - Paltr. AeUve^ed, per week .�..�* fki mj� OIRMAN FINANCE r ViN.D.PCACE/ i^. ntaravelatlABB of Ambibftador M i> > * ? ? THE physique OF the ? NATION. : i> 4. .> 4> o O atrlke. The men. are standing firm aiid de-plare they will not return until a board of cpncjllatlon is appointed. lowed lo reitm to the boahawhen. th� other "veK^tSbles liave to,c,da ,'dttii.osea; "'"^�^ m � ' A how Detenoo ot tho Ren!lra..rc8u-Intlon ordetii that henceforth jio .'per" son s^iall hiVe lu his possossion, silver cola .etirren't Itt the klhgdqm' ot Great Britfita,-, of'a . value exceeding that reasonibly required *y' him*:; tor tho purppao ot porsofual expenditure and of his''trade to'usipess.'-' Amerjijftn; avtatovs' took oVor frotn tl'.e Brltlsh^bue of thb, most.lfflpor^ant seaplane stations on the Hnglish coast, from whlchl^fliey 'will-:db continuous patrol duty over a. large area of the sea. 'Tho American'aviators station' ed on 'ho English coast have �been working as a jpart ot tho British squadrons and this is the first purely American station In Enfeland^ _ D. B. FInlayson. honorary secretary of tlie Army and Navy Veterans' Association of Vancouver, announced that authority had been applied for to organize' a corps of rough riders, 1000 strong, in Canada for service in South Africa. The corps will bo recruited by the Army and Navy Veterans organization and the force will be attached to the Imperial . army, �with army pa>i uniforms and will be mounted. While driving with his 12-year-old son and a frlpnd at Sault Ste. Marie, Robert J. Johnson, master mechanic of the DomlnflSn Tar and Chemical Company, met 'with an accident which resulted in the death ot his little hoy and serious injuries to himself, when the automobile overturned, rolling down tho bank into a gully twenty feet below. The father Is in tho hospital with concussion ot the'brain. Sherwood Herchmer, of Femle, B.C., received telegraphic advice from tho secretary of state that "the sentence, paissed upon ;iqhn Francis Walsh to' be hanged at Nelson on July 29 for tho murder of. William Hall,, thirty miles from Bull, River townslte, last November, had hcen commuted by the minister of justice to lite Imprisonment. Mr. Hercljpier defended Walsh at his trial in May. August fourth will be celebrated in Groat Britain, Italy, China, Japan and the Dominion of Canada as "Remembrance D�\y" being .the anniversary ot the day fireat Britain (declared war on Germany. In, London, the king and �qpeen and the-members of parliament win participate in, the Tnorning, In a procession to St. Margaret's, Westminster, -when tha archbishop of Canterbury will,dellver'a sermon in honor ot those fallen in>battle. In view of th^ivery serious situation developing in Alberta and Saskatchewan so far as.feed for livestock Is concerned, particularly for next win ter, an ,order-in-councll has heea pass ed prohibiting the burning of ai} straw stacks remaining, oyer from last year In the prairie pro^vinces. This action Is taken unden th� War Measures act. Endorsing the suggestion of Pacific Coast shipyard �ivprkers that, l,abor Day he made a wcjSnd great ship launching day, ,Ch'iuii,4;Jt. Schwab, dlr-ector>general bt t^^6i�ni'ergency ,Fleet CorpSratlon trahsmllted to the; men working .with himla -letter fronj jPresl-den.f Wilson, espr^^Sjlhg the '.'He.ett interest", with which, the; president; following the pr(%fesa of' the ship building program.; ':. , . ; , nutrition duo In part,at least to one or other'defects onum'er'alod'Qr' a failure to understand proper feeding. 400,000 with enlarged" tdrisll's,.ado-nolda or cervical glahiiB'that, need attention. 800,000- with- defectWe teeth,-' ^hlch are potentially It not actually detrimental to heiaUh; r' ,'- .....  Many hundreds of .thoiwands of children possess two,' or more of tbe handicapping detects. Over a million school children In city, town and country In Canada are In nourt of attention today- fdr physical detects which flre. pair'tlally or-| completely remediable. - When seen In this light, this Is a problem largo enough In scope to engage tho nttentip.n ,pf . p.ur-.. hlKKej.1,1 statesmen. We need more Btfttosmen and fewer DOliMp.lniia. (Continued irom ..Front Paoi) that the Germans still hold the north bank ot the Marpe for. some eight miles from Vincelles to Reuil. 'Thl hafi not yet heen disputed with them This alone, he adds, la proof Oiat the enemy is not In a desperate hur ry to withdraw from the salient, it it Is not also a hint that - he has a largo abcumulatlon ot atorps near the i'lver which It Is difficult to remove. The French guns In the sector, the correspondent continues, ,continually are exploding groat .dumps'of ammuni-' tlon. No Rapid Advance Now. � The early succ&ss of the French counter atfack has 'bred a disposition to expect further ^apid advances and perhaps huge captures, but the fight ing in,tho salient oiffers to the aggressor only tho advantage obtainablp from tho enemy's congested condition and even that cuts both ways as it leaves masses of men to oppose us. Our progress In the last week gave the enemy ample time to begin reorganization outside'the salient. We are not Ukely to go much farther wlth-�out dlscovening a disposition to withstand us. We may regard with some suspicion the enemy's hutention along the river front. His ponition may not bo an enviable one, but there are points in It not unfavorable to an attack. In the Feres and Bifl forest, north of the Marno, the Germans soem to bo blowing up considerable quantities ot munitions and supplies, Weather Interferea With Thd American Arnjy On Tho Alsne-Marno Front, July 2^.- For the second time since the big battle began, tho woatlior today interfered with operations, espeelnUy In tho air. The afternoon was cloudy most of the time, with local nhowers frequently drenching tlio llelds a^d forcpd the airplanes to deiicond^ Before tb^ work of aeriul obsorvatlon.and bombing was eijUed, however, one American aviator, Lieut. Avery, suocfeded tBi-fofc-Irig down allvo within the American 'lines a Oermah captain who had a record.oX AQ-ylotoriaft^P-W? alUed avia' tors. Another American near Vlllen e�(ve also brought down a German 1 flane. Changes Hands We wish to announce to the putlic that we have purchased the entire �tocfe and business of the Ford Garage, fpipierly owned by Mr. J. H. Viftiie, business will be carried on under the same name for the present at the old location, 1232 3rd Avenue South. We have on hand a large stoctof^ Repairs and Accessories of Ford cars and trucks and can fill any orders bri short notice. Our Repair Department is under the management of the best mechanic obtainable and our patrons can resi assiired that any work turned out of our establishment will go out absolutely right.> -  ^ Fordson Tractor We have also taken over the ajgency for the Fordson Tractor. This is the tractor the provincial government secured this spring, having distributed 1000 over the, province. This machii^e 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. We Want Your Business We are In a position to give customers good service. Every item will be given careful attention. - C.C. McCREARY, Manager H.l.MEIBACH,Proprieior PRESBYTERIAN Knor Church Corner 4th Ave. and 8th .street S. Rev. Capt, A. H. Penooii, Pastor ^ Rsv. W. F. Burna. Acting Paator. During July and August the evening � service will be held at 8.30 instpad of TM. ' 'v 10 a.m.! Boys Department. 12.30 a.m. Big ^inters' Bible Class. ' 2.00 p.m.: Big Brothers' Bible Class. ^ 12.15 p.m.: Other Department of Sunday School 4 p.m.: Chinese Class. the United church of north lethbridge Rev. E. J. Hodglns, e.A-, Paator *t271 Vth Ave, N. , Phone 1fl69 11 a.raj- "The Shepherd Paalrin." Third in the series. 10 a.m.: Boys Department of- the S. S. ' Ip the Hall. ' 11 a.m.: Evangelist Rev. H. L. Stevens' will preach. 2.00 p.m.: Beginners and Primary Departments of the S.S. In the Hall. 2.00 p.m.: Girls Department of tho S. S. in the Church. 8.16 p.m.: Adult Departmoiit ot the S. ,S. In the Church. 7.30 Topic; "To Men Who Came to Church and yVant Away." There will � 'also he references to some features ot our.fair and stampedo. PENTp:COSTAL PENTECOSTAL A8OEMRLV 205 Thlrtaenth St. N. ' . R. j.- . No Collectloi;. Adj. and Mrs.^;^HamlH6ni;bfrie*r� ^'.'r Mcndfty,; TburBdtS!.! fB.atttPdajr.t i '^pvm, Tuesday, 7t80 p.m.,OorpCadati. Wednesday, 2 p.m., Home Leneiie. 8 p.m.: Lite.Saving Scuuta.Bnd Guards The Citadel Band in atteuduuoes, Sunday and Thursday Servlcos, Everybody Welcom' BAPTIST Flnt Baptist Chareh Cor. 3rd Ave. and Mh St S. Rev. C. Baker, Pa�tor Services mornInK' and evening. Morning, 11 a.m. - ~ . Evening, 7.30 p.m. Mr. B. A, Robortaon, of Acadia University, WolfvUle, N.8., will preach at both servicoB.  ' Sunday School will meet after the morning service. Ch;:isti�ii Church ' Cor. 3rd Ave. an^ 8th Bi 8. Oliver L. Curtis, Pastor 612 Seventh Street South Phone 602/ 1Q.30:  Sunday School, Cotiio early and avoid the rush. Regular servlOes 11.80 and 7.80. Christian Endejivor at 6.45. NORTH LETHBRIDGE 008PII. HALL . (Late 5th Ave: N. Baptist Church) Spoalosr: John Rae, 635 13th St, N. Sunday School 3-4 jji.niij j3venlng Service, 7.30.-Gospel Address by Mr. Janies Plddeg Everybody Wsleomt. < CHRISTIAN SCIENCE CHRISTIAN SCIENCE SOCIETY HmII Block, 7th StrWS. , Sunday Servlfl* at It t.m. I j^'ho! Sunday: School l?:Mofj(ldurln� July and Augus|. Wadntsaay evening. Taatlaoay mmV Jag at ,8 pm. 1 ' Ized Christian Soie'nce Uterature may be road, borrowed qr purohMed.. The publlu la cordinUy invlfed^ to tend the ehurob tefvlooa, tiio vUit tbe reading room. alia ;