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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 30, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta THG LBTHBHIUOII DAILY HERALD 1018 ttbe Hlbctta PAILY ANU and Publiaften fHI HTHBHIOQE HKRALO PHINT INQ LIMITtt Ml Street Lethbrldfe Buchanan PTMtdent and Managing Director fohn Tortance Builntfa TSLFPHONM Office Office Hatem wwk per year by by by rtwUt pw ymr to DMM of of eubecrlptione dallr addrevt Accept of explrntitn date to authority to continue the tub fTHI PROGRESS OP THE WAR Tne Germans hare been counterat lacking heavily along entire Sois salient during tin an effort to stem the allied advance Which is following up the German re jtreat out of the The Ger mans were able to repulse the Amer icans from several of positions but for the most part have failed In their A battle between entente forces and PenmanFinnish forces is said to be imminent In where the enemy force is marching to meet the HARVESTERS AND John the well known British is generally coldly but listen to this Have you any Idea of the extent to this years harvest is suffering to the shortage of beer for the harvesters You simply cannot get in the crops on cold Try it Western Canada is the granary of the but we have yet to hear that it is absolutely necessary to have a Tin Liz rushing the growler in order to keep the thirsty harvesters at Thats once John Bull talked General Prom now henceforth the German talk of the effort of thf United States in the war being neg the number of their soldiers in Prance being and tho spirit of those who are there being poor and will either ceaae or be completely discredited by the German The German armies know by this time the mettle and magnitude of the United States They meet them in largo num bers on several sections of the front and they suffer wherever they meet In Germany itself the knowledge that the United States is sparing nothing in itsprosecution of the war cannot fee much longer hidden from the And from that knowledge political consequences of the most Im portant kind are likely to The PanGermans have won notable poli tical victories since the successful of fensive of March last but their popu larity cannot survive the cold and biting winds of The Teutonic Alliance has within as many three unmis takable In in Albania and on the western front Its armies have been On the eastern front Us deeplaid schemes are at tho point of Allied interven tion Is about to change the whole at pect of affairs In Russia and If the misguided Bolshevik choose to remain the friends of the re sultant civil war will destroy every opportunity for military and economic exploitation of the country for the benefit of the PanGerman But as seems far more the result of Allied interference is to rearouse the slumbering consciences of the Russians and to aid the moderate confltitutional parties in the reasser tion of democratic the Ger mans may soon find themselves faced with a new and genuine Slav A union of all the Slav races of Cen tral Europe and the Balkans in the name of national freedom and for the attainment of political independence of their Saxon and Magyar oppressors would be an ugly factor in the calcu lations of the Junker MERRYGOROUND SCHEDULE We do not know what arrangements Commissioner Freeman has for run ning the merrygoround at Henderson Park and that Is one of the faults we have to find with the ar There is a lack of public knowledge as to when the merrygo round will run and when it will be If it were advertised that the merrygoround would run certain af ternoons or evenings each week there would be some incentive to the child ren to go to the lake on those As it is the merrygoround is a bit or misa RATEPAYERS OF TABER PASSED MAKE STAMPEDE PART OF ANNUAL Congratulations are pouring in on the fair and stampede management over the results of last weeks ef and many suggestions are be ing that the stampede should be made part of the annual The Herald believes the suggestion it a good It is not necessary to make the program a long one cover inga whole Three days would be Other special attractions covering two days fill out a weeks program which would bring peoples hundreds of miles to There are some people to whom the stampede features do not but they are a very small Most of us like to see the range rider at We like to see the old range If by staging an annual can keep the mem ories of the frontier days from it will serve a We have now had two and we have the reputation for being able to stage them not make a stampede part of the annual exhibition a city not so very muqh bigger than Stages an annual round and Pendleton is known over the western half of the continent as the round up Immense crowds go there every year to see the It serves to keep green the days of the wild and woolly which are traditions in the Lethbridge can serve the same purpose in Western Canada as Pendle ton does 1n the Unlted and we can thus make our fair distinct AUUCO MILITARY POWER AGAIN Tbe rapid growth of the American army in comments the Win nipeg Free Press in a war and the remarkable fighting abilities which all observers agree in crediting 0 leade to the consideration of an other of the possible consequences of and successful strategy of Ftom Our Own Correspondent July largest rate payers meeting In the history of the held on Thursday evening in the school auditorium for the pur pose of discussing a successor to Lynd in the principalshlp of the school Don Malo was elected chairman and West secre tary of the school then stated the steps that had been taken thus far with respect to the securing of a principal after which the meet ing was thrown open for After a long and at times heated dis cussion like Finnegans was on off agin with painful frequency the following resolutions were passed Resolved that the appointment of a school principal be left in the of the school Resolved that the ratepayers of the Taber school duly as sembled in public meeting do hereby express ourselves strongly in favor of a male principal for our said principal to be a university if capable of teaching effic iently all the subjects required in grades X and and who shall be a person pith experience in school The Lethbridge Herald and the Taber Times were the recipients of flattering bouquets from several of the speakers for their diligence in re porting school In one ar dent a direct descendant of Charles completely turned the heads of the humble correspon dents present by earnestly advocating that they be promoted at once to lu crative the staff of a most noted cosmopolitan friend for thy cour The Board of Trade was ajso commended for Its interest in school A hearty invitation was given to all to attend the regular meetings of the school bring their David Coulter left on Thursday for Nejy where he will spend several weeks visiting his wife and Broke Hit Our esteemed fellow carries his arm In a sling these daye und hears other marks of rough usage on his He has not been taking part in the Ger man peace Only trying to crank an Overland Work on tha provincial court house is now going on with full swing and it is likely the building will be com pleted within two Claude Hughes and family of are spending the week at Vlckerye A number of Taberites have taken in the stampede at Lethbridge this week to speak have re turned home The cow punchers were off tho calves would not buck and prices were steep as a church However this will not deter a large company taking in the show Saturday to see Misa Stin son looping the Under the leadership of Colonel Porteous au4 and with the PASSING Detroit liaS twentyfive women mall of has been wounded of Winter of has be6n Appointed a provincial of has died of wounds at tho 89 years of an old has been wounded in timer of died as a result He has had two brothers killed in of falling down It is stated on vory good authority a pioneer resident of that Russian women nro now seeking to Two sons are of1 commissions in tho French fleers at the Three men were killed nnd several Several women In New York City hurt near Hamilton when a car have taken up paperhanging means of a crashed into a draw load of berry I pickers at Corbett of aged was instantly killed last John 16yearold son of G B was drown week when his automobile turned at Muriel 14 miles northwest A girl who accompanied him is i of in the hospital with a broken Reginald officer In the Hugh charged with dofalcaj Canadian estimates tho tions from the Bank of Nova Scotia loss of his wifes affections at of was sentenced to OPO and Is suing a rich German for an indeterminate sentence of two that years less day with three months as the Miss Grace daughter won The Medicine Hat Trades and Labor j scholarship in home economics Council in a meeting Saturday Columbia University in a class passed a long resolution of sympathy j 400 with the striking posttes and forward ed last night a lengthy communica tion to John aged a superannuated Methodist minister and the father of Arthur McCormick Eighty dollars and costs was f winnlpeffi dled nfter an extended fine imposed on Mrs Lule Maers and flt Weatlornei her son Robert in the police court at Emerson for assisting two desert1 ers to evade the Dominion Police and j The board of governors of the Uni make their way across the internatlon verslty of Toronto has decided to es al border tablish a faculty of music m that in j so that students may ob Robert a wellknown Wintain a thorough course of musical nlpeg business founder of the which previously had to be Moose Mountain Lumber and procured Under this ar ware and a director of tho 1 rangement students will be able to National Paving died from Prepare for the degree of Bachelor of He was born at Vogt will be dean of faculty Healy lecturer on the theory of music Moure Henry pastor of the university and lecturer on German church in i the history of music Albert Ham appeared in police court charged with i lecturer on church music HA assaulting Harry a lecturer on choral and orches Bergart was installing a furnace in a I lral lyiuse and he claimed that the assault had been committed when he was busy Bruce In accordance with the war policy An automobile accident that probably end occurred miles west of when Joseph who was driving his of economic retrenchment recently decided on by the Alberta government will the provincial reading and vo cation rooms at Trafalgar Square were handed over for tho duration of the war to the authorities of the two MOM FRONT PAOS fathers with five passengers bej Khaki University of the im sides himself started to turn out from portancs of whose work is now fully a The car skidded and overturn racognized by the Dominion govern The report on Khaki University work at the Canadian camps and hos pitals in France apd which President Tory of Alberta prepared for Sir Rbbert elic ited unetinted A large appro priation has been made to cope with the work which is expanding so rap idly that more office space is essen for the last five years agent general for Alberta in is returning to Canada to take a po sition in the Alberta civil Though temporarily taken by the Khaki the reading rooms are still available for Alberta sol His is believed to have been injured Intern ally and the doctors do not expect her Instructor Burns of Og den was pre sented with a handsome gold ring set with a rare the gift of the stu dents in recognition of his work as instructor while at Martin is a returned being formerly In the 16th Scottish and after his period of he was appointed by the military hospi tals commission as instructor at Og they wore met with the meanest law ever put on tho statute hooks of a democratic the law compell ing the continuous voyage of Immi This foliowed by tho Incident of the Kamagatu Maru at Vancouver when a shipload of Sihks was refused admission into Canada has broken tho confidence of the Slhk in his old be lief In British fair and the who are the greatest of the Indian instead of sending armies to help Britain In havo sent hnrdly a The Kamngalu Maru was engineered by tho kaisers and Canada did just exactly what the kaiser wanted Canada to refuse to allow the new to They went back to At Shanghai they were armed with guns supplied by tho The British allowed them to enter Calcut ta without search and the result that within two mouths of their land ing 200 Britishers had PWI stint It then became necessary to round them and 2000 were impri soned and many others made and the Slhk belief In British fair play was rudely Hundus Are The kaiser expected that when the war broke through his machina tions Mohammedans In India would rise and sweep the Bri tish into the But they remained loyal and today lie preat mass of the Hindus are However German intrigue aided by the part Canada has played in Hindu immigration has sown the seed of discontent in fertile ground and now there is the effort of the former ruling the Brah aided by tho to bring qbout Home Rule for This Is an insidious and at the head of it ie a very brilliant English Annia who for the love of fame and power is creat ing a very delicate situation through out the AYilkie sketched for his audience the career of this woman in her machinations among the her preaching of the doctrine of democracy when the people are not prepared for de mocratic and the weak manner in which her efforts have been met by a weak Once intern popular clamor on the part of the agitators aided by German gold has done much to create a situation which is causing tho home government much But for the fact that the great mass of Indias peo ple are Britain would have a serious task on her There are not oOO in India who want home nevertheless who is a clever speaker and a dangerous in ombarran British power In that coun If honie flife la and thorn Is a great Yolumd of opinion In Old Countrykln of It bocauao It Is India would have Within one month a revol ution that would shako the founda tions of the India will havo Home but ftot She Is not She to advancing rapidly in but the time for democratic government In that country has not Britain is anxious that thfl time should and Is doing everything to prepare thn people tor ita hut tho mass of thai people bo Christ1 ianizod and educated before democra tic government can be Agrlcbltural Speakldg of agricultural conditions in Wilkie stated that tho methods used there are the most but efforts are ijotng made to introduce modern VVil on the mission Is using dry farming methods gathered when ho attended the Dry Farming Congress hero in and he is securing yioldn of wheat up to 30 buholo to tho aero as against the average Hindu yield of six bushels Modern farming machin ery is slowly being introduced and India will yet bo a great grain produc ing PARLIAMENT OF IN EAST WANT AUSTRIA TO OPPOSE July resolution declaring in favor of an immediate peace without annexations and in demnities was offered in the Austrian lower house Saturday by Deputy on behalf of the Czech The resolution declared that a declaration of the war Is useless from a standpoint of both humanity and political It asserted that all peoples should have the right to self determination and asked that the league and AustriaHungary the annexatlonlst and imperialistic policy which had gained the upper hand in Germany and itself to find a way to make a democratic ARE PLACED ON THE LICENSED LISTS ICINTTVUKD FROM generous assistance of surrounding farmers the citizens of Taber have spent Tuesday and Friday repairing their main Rich poor beggar man Were all on deck and worked like nailers and many hands made light j tin cans i and unsightly grass disappeared as by crossings were holes I filled up and a top dressing of cinj ders laid Now the worthy clt1 izen stalks his streets with pride and says Let Herbsman or the kaiser j we are new i Board of Trade who initiated this cleanup movement as well as called together the citizens meeting to dis cuss the school prlnclpalship is to be We shall have a civic conscience and a civic pride in Taber if this goes A valuable and far reaching discov ery was made on these cleaning days we pass on for tho good of other parched Little Playing Johnny who for months has been wishing all our rain to Spain was among those mustered out for road He beg ged hard to get off to but tlu colonel was And lo the little beggar had not been wielding this shovel an hour before lie began wishing for rain that he might rest his And it traded therefrom monazite sand nickel or any ferroalloy or chemical extracted therefrom optical palm oil or platinum rubber manufactured rub reclaimed waste or shel sodium or cal cium nitrates soya bean oil sugars tanning materials tin in or grain or granulated tin and tin or any chemical extracted there from titanium or any ferroalloy or chemical extracted therefrom tobacco tung sten ore or any ferroalloy or chemical extracted therefrom van adlum or any ferroalloy or chem ical extracted therefrom vegetables ivory or taguenuts wheat and wheat flour wolframite A license is required when any of the following articles are exported to all destinations with the exception of the United States and in the case of parts of marine engines a license must be secured when exporting to the United States as well containing sugar celluloid as follows moving picture and other photographic exposed hut unde veloped and and developed marine parts old phosphorous sesqui nulphite photographic ex but undeveloped and exposed and developed sleane tele graphic apiMrHus valerian Including sldnd or squared man ufactured In all dimensions for com uiortial Including woods suit able for gun airplane propnl lor for airplane nnd hydroplane ordnance con struction and handles for tools necessary supplies mahogany or cut for par quet Partly manufactured articles In mi unfinished shape that arti to completed Into a flnixhad article at the point of destination when from spudded woods such as KD furniture Parquet July Dominion parliament of the is being held in Toronto Returned men from the Atlantic to the Pacific are represented by 200 delegates who arc assembled at the second annual con The feature of todays proceedings was the address of the Con onel of who strongly criticized the unreasonable attitude of some of the which was losing public Good he must come through legislation and we want tho government to put the necessary pro posals into But no government is inclined to legislate against public opinion and tho Great War Veterans Association must keep public confi a pity it would be all around if we should lose public But let me tell you we are In dan ger of losing public confidence on which so much It is because we are harboring men who are un men who in some quar ters have earned the name of an is working energetically to and who have July German re treat Is being conducted tho ground has favored and the dense woods have enabled them to hold up many thousands of advanc ing troops with a few small groups of machine says a Renter corres pondent with the American troops In Tho enemy losses llhvo been very he compared to tha advantage for time is of more value to tho German command than many Tho Gormans have lost a great deal bosklos ground but have carried off almost all of the doubtless being compelled to destroy much ammuni The onemy has suffered a great moral defeat In sevaro losses in but the retirement has cost him no thing compared to damage suffered by his vain assaults east of When the allies como against his prepared position they will doubtless find him in great July Is no branch of AngloAmerican activity In which cooperation and com radeship are more marked and more complete than In the said Sir Eric first lord of the British speaking today at the American luncheon There arc more than 2SO American warships now based on this Sir Eric and Roosevelt American assistant sec retary of the navy has aaanrd us that this number will Increase faster in the future than in the ATTACKED BY An Atlantic July Three transAtlantic liners which arrived here yesterday reported having been attacked by German each of them when about two hundred miles off the Atlantic Coast in latitude longitude All three vessels by superior speed escaped un damaged after a running fight which lasted several brought the Great War Veterans Into The convention was welcomed by Sir William Hearst and Mayor WHY OONT YOU ASK THESE OUTOFTOWN HOUSES YOU HAVE THE UAST Slt MONTHS TO YOU BEEN HAVING A LITTLE WARD I WANT YOU TO ACCOMMO ATE ME WITH CREDIT 1 A PLAIN TRUTH A man may patronize the mail order houses for send them in that time hundreds of at the same time they wouldnt accom modate him for a twocent This is the unvarnished If you think otherwise try it for yourself and These outoftown houses do not know not care to know not interested in you in any way in the money you send themSpend your money with our own towns who know you for what you really who appreciate your your your assistance In bwUitv up home ;