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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - July 30, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta TUESDAY. JULV 30, 1918 THB LFTHBnmr.E TMn.T HKPAT.I> PAGE THREE THAT SON-IN-LAW OF PA'S By Wellington Jye w t lewrn -this /biftcb-DINNER SPEECH. WRE I Cm DR255 FOR 1H' BANQUeT:SO. ^OU �Eh KIDS y^HATf' -V!HE>r'I.U SHUT UPf J-^ ;^/W55, OUD DE AH, \t WAS I . DARK DAYS OVER FOR THE ALLIES, SAYSA.1ARDIEU Americans Are Equal of Brave French Troops, He .Says INTER-ALLIED FOOD COUNCIL FORMED Paris, July 30.-Andro Tardleii, >''rencli high comrnissioner to the United States at a illiiiier last night at tho American University Union, declared the dark days arc over, but' there are hard months ahead. "Tho llrsl great battle in which your own troops have participated extensively lias boon a great vicloiy." ho said. �"The part taken by your soldiers is well known In Krniice. The .soldiers of the American divisions which on Iho morning of July IS gained six kilometres have shown themselves fo be tho equal ot the best French troops. Your rank and file, olllcers and staffs, are deserving of the same ])raise. "The war Is not over ycf. Hard months are ahead of us, but wo have already taken tho inliiativn. As far as numbers go, the critical times are over with us. Under tho strong leadership of a chief who is worlliy of France, Premier Clomencoau, we have hold our ground. Today, after some time on tho defensive, tlie time for a victorious attack has come and tho dark days are over. "Willie greeting tho completion ot tho first million American troops in France, wo have greeted the first success. In common with you Americans .we and our gallant allies are standing ready tor the supremo effort." Ambassador Sharpe in response Bald: "American Roldlers could not help l)eing brave after such examples ot magnllicent courage as displayed by the French troops. � The first million is here; another million will follow and as many millions as arc necessary to bring the cause of democracy to a victorious peace." London, July 30.-Tho conference In London between the food controllers of the United Kingdom, United States, France and Italy Is continuing Its labors. Meetings , aKe now held almost dally and It is expected that the controllers will conclude their dis' cusslons by the end of the week. Satisfactory progress has been made and the formation of an Inter-allied food council composed of the controllers Is now an accomplished fact. A resolution adopted yesterday eniphaslzes the need for economy and the elimination of waste, as well as Increased production In order to build up the stocks as Insurance against all possibilities. COAL�iDS NEED 20,i Winnipeg, J\ily 29.-A meeting of rallw{iy and government officials was held this morning to deal with tiio (|uesl:lon ot harvest help. Twenty thousand men will be needed in Western Canada this autumn. Special rates will go into effect on August I, from Kastern Canada of one cent a mile for harvest workers, to be effective until August ;U. Th same rate will be effective for worfe ers from the I.'nited States l)etween August i:n and September 10. These rates will also bo effective from various cities in the Avest. BUULGARIAN KING IS PLAYING SAFE (From Our Own Corrcsponao'nt) r.Iacieod, July 2ft.-The annual general meeting ot the Lundbreok-.Mberta Coal and Oil Company, Ltd., was held on July 26th, at Lunribreck, Alta. Reports for the year were received, the financial report shows the company to he in good condition. After routine business was completed i he election of officers resulted in W. K. Schirmer, W. C. Drury and J. C. Kel-! ler, of Spokane, U.S.A., A. M. Dens-man, hundbreck and A. f. Grady of Macleod, Alia., being elected. The company have a block ot land one wile wido and five miles long in the I Luudbreclc coal fields, also several blocks ot coal lands in other parts of tho province. Business in Macleod has Improved much during the past week, on account ot the moisture that has fallen. Thursday evening while some of the young people were bathing near Cowley, a daughter ot John Kemmie, M.P.P., got beyond her depth and would have drowned but for the prompt assistance of Mr. Mclvor, a Cowley merchant, who rescued her, bringing her ashore and then taking her to her home. AilHER FIRE DISAPPEARANCE DF ..Washington, July 30.-An official dispatch from France today says German newspapers report King Ferdinand of Bulgaria has gone to "foreign lands" for some time on account of his health. According to the Neu Freie Presse a Bulgarian personage on his way through Vienna, admitted that the Bulgarian people were very tired of the war and had pros M�r HOK. OUT. I I'oorJDRD lS(i5 DRS. DeVEBER, CAMPHELL, ROY & CRAOG. Office Royal Bank Build Ing. Ottico hours.: 1.30-3 p.m.; 7.30-1 8.30 p.m. Phono 505. i DRS. CONNOR, McNALLY & LEECH -Office, 109 Sherlock Block. Tele phones: Office 319; Residence ot Dr. Connor, 019; residence of Dr Leech, 1007. Office hours: 11 to 12 a.m.; 1.30 to 3.30; 7 to S p.m. Residential Church School for Boys I'.c'Aiitiriit ncAlUir auufition. oTfriiioMtiir lAko OiiU!>.. -J1> a4;rt-a of �l�J\ni; Kields. UytunMluta, Sl.icnlflu'nl P.ink. I'reliaTr.l fur the UnlvertUiei. KofJil MlllHry Collftjn in-l n-i,ln�*i. lUltdoti* tralnlnr. Beautiful Ctmp.;!. Junlrir Bi-hvi\ r.�r Iloji of 9 to IV >*ffr PrwpfCtvs oprJj/ o. Limited fcfflce-i. WHY NOT spend a day in the country enjoying the fresh air, beautiful scenor.v, sunshine and flowers. Engage OUR TAXI SERVICE tor (he trip. Our cars are com-tortablo, our chauffeurs reliable, our rates reasonable. Estimates given on drivlnR calls. UNITED TAXI SERVICE Phoiie 387 ' COMFORTABLE TOURING AND SEDAN CARS. CAREFUL, COURTEOUS SERVICE Phones: Day------ - U48 Night - - . - - 787 1216 16376180 ;