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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - July 30, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta TUKSDAY, .H'LY :S0, Ti-�-, l^i.ntuiilUKA-:. I)AiJ.,Y iir.li/v^LU PAGE SEVEN � : > > o C' > > { o Tim llUlo ciirea iliat n-Rltod mo, I lost tluiiii i-t'ijtenlay  AiuoiiK tin; fields iihovu llio sun, AiiiotiK I he wliiilii ill j)!ay. AmoiiK till) lowliiS! of till! lierds, Tlio. rnstUni; of Uio trooa. AmoiiK till! HliiKliiK of tho htrtls, Thu luiiiimliig (if llu! bnes. Tlio fobllsh foar of wluil may happen ! cant thorn all away Anioiii; llic (lov(;i--a(!ont(3(l (sraaa Amorifc tho now-mou'ii hay, AmoiiK ilu! husklnn; of tho corn, Whori! (Iroiv^iy popjilos nod, Wlioru 111 thouKlitH dlu and good aro born. Out in tho finUlK with God. -BUzahoih Llarrott UrowninR. �  � 4 ??*>* � o > .Mrs. \V. A. Hnchanan left yesterday to visit in liantr. *   Miss Minnio Hazel is spondlnK a holiday at tlie coastal cities. ft * ft . Mr. and .Mr^. Claiido lInKhos arc visitoi'h in Tal)er this week. Mr. W. b. Hakcr of Coutt.^ was a vi.silor in tlie cily last week. and heforo luavliii; all joined In aint,'-inK "Ttiey An; .lolly Good Kellow.':." an .^ THIRTY KILLED ; ? > i' '> CHURCHES AND SOCIETIES .;. .;. >;> rintundenls, truckdrlvors, mail-servi"0 drivers, stciuiKrap.hors and telephone operators. At the Strachan aveiaio brancii of tho Air Force tliere are about 100 (,'irls fllllnB jobs vvhicb were a few months ago held by men. They are euRaged in repalrin).; I lie fabric;! of tlie wings and painting the parts of llio machines, and arc provided with overalls to do the work. Some of the units have replaced practically all the male clerks with girls. lY RE WE THE RICl (liis morning from holidaying in I'roc-tor. .M!.sh Vera l-nderw.iod is visiting 'u tlie city for a short time on route to lier lionlo in W'eyburn. Saskatchewan.   ft .Miss Crandall of Boston. Mass.. is visiting .Mrs. G. Wliliten, !2th St. I! .N'ortli. �  � .Miss Margaret McKillop left this afternoon for New York wliere she will go Into training in St. Luke's hospital. ^ a � .Mrs. K. O'Hagan, and Misses .Agnes and .Myrle O'ilagan left at tlie be-Kiiming of the week to visit at the Coast,  * * Among llio nannvi of Lcthbrldge vis-Itcu's at I'roc'lor are als : * c � � c  o 0 -: . Snillli. "lii; i:iUh St. 15 North, tho occasion being their sliver wedding. A splendid supper was eervod, the gue.^ts bolng waited on by the two two. GENERAL eldest daughter.s of tho homo, Mrs. A. Laurio and .Miss Nellie Smith. .\tter supper Mr. Shaw in a few words proposed llic toast of tho worthy couple, wishing them health, long life and prO'Spority. The evening was pleasantly spent in singing and games ' the positions of storelceepors, paint- : : : : : ? : : : : : : : : : : ? Mymbcrs of the Imperial Order Oaugiiters of tho IJmiiire, .who liave daughter.s serving as nurses or as V. A.D.'s overseas, are 210w entitled to wear the I.O.D.B. clasp. This matter, v.lilcli has caused some discus-hIoii, was Kellled at the recent convention of the National Chapter and the members of tho order who are (laalified may now wear the war clasp tor nurse.'). Nurass tiiemselvea aro entitled to wear the clasp provided they aro members of tho order. The bar of the new clasp is to be white, thus differing from -that � woni for male rolatlvce overseas." ft ft ft Among the W.A.A.C.'s in France, (;anadian girls are found who are giving a good account of themselves. A graduate of McDonald was employed last summer by the Britisli Government to go from farm to farm Judging tlio quality of hay in stack and estimating tlio value. In the north of Fngland an Ontario girl has broken the speed record in a munition plant. Tim only one who can hold iter own with this girl is a ,woinan who la considored-a prodigy. ft a � The Royal Air Force now employs a largo number of girls, and their employment would seem to he firmly established. Women are noV filling Ottawa, July*30.-Tho Evening Citizen today publishes the following: "The Citizen understands on high authority that the restrictions on'the use of bacon and hog products in Canada are on the point of being removed, as a result of a cable advice from England. "Hon. T. A. Crerar, minister of agriculture, when spoken to about the report this afternoon, preferred to make no statement at present, but Intimated that the matter Is before the food board for consideration. Victoria, B. C. .Inly M --While feeling her way through a dense fog early this aftornoon. the O. S. K. liner Canada Maru. Captain Y. Vtimnmoto, drove ashore at tho entrance to the Btraita of .fuan IJe Fuca on tin; American Hide. The oxa-t location where tho liner struck is one iiiilo to the south of Cape Flattery. Tho big vessel piled on tho reof,M with conslderalile force ;ind is taking water in number one and two holds. That the position of th(' Canada Maru is serious is Indicated In the following wireleHS message flashed to the const stations and delivered to the local ngent.s, R. P. HIthet and Company: "Canada Maru went ashore In densn fog at nine o'clock tliis morning onn mile south of Capf Flattery. Taking water in one and two holds, serious. Dispatch boat to take off nassenecrs." Sent Assistance Immediately upon the news of the stranding being learned. Iho 0. S. K agents made arrnng(;ments for the dispatch of the salvage steamship Salvor and the Urilish Columbia Salvage Company's vessBl ' left early this afternoon for tho scene of the wreck. | She is expected to arrive alongside | tho Canada Maru about nine o'clock tonight. Tho Canadian navnl patrol steamer Oaliano and the United States life savlnK steamer Snohomish have also been rushed to the assistance of the stranded liner. In her cargo Is a silk shipment valued at $2,000,000. U is thou.ght the passengers may bu rescued b.v boats from a lightsihip located only five miles away from the scene of tho stranding. The something you get for nothing zs probably worth it. but the poor tea you buy cheap is a loss. Drink BLUBIilBBON pind s^et value I INCREASED PRICE Washington, .Tuly 30.-Paper manu-facturer.s yesterday appealed to the Federal Trade Commission tor increased prices on iiewsiirillt as of May 1, .lune 1 and .|uly 1. The American newspapers puhlishors' association objected to tho hearing contending that the commission's function as arbiter on paper prices was suspended, ponding a decision on the manufacturer's appeal from the $3.10 a hundred weight price fixed by tho commission and effective last April 1. Without passing on tho publishers' contention, the commission decided to hear evidence beginning today. Toronto, ,7tily 30.-.\i today's session of the Great Wiir \'f'tci-ans' convention, the president. I-ieiit. Colonel Purney, requested tlii' l'iio delegates in tho linll to rise anil ri'iiiiiin standlni; for one minute wiiii howed heads, "out- of respect to our tallcn comrades." T.ho first business i:i1;.mi up was the rejiort of tlie comniiti� c iippointed to investigate tho clinrKc-; ugainst llie second vice-president. .1, .1. Shannlian. The coimnlttee reporteil that as Comrade Slmnali.-.n wa� im iojigi'r a mem-bor of the Toronto liraiich of tlie association, on account uf lils failure to pay his dues, he wa.s not entitled to hold office on the Dnniiiiion executive. Tho committee advisnl ilial ilie whole matter be decided liy the executlvo. A motion waa made llial the report sliould not be concurnil in. Heated discussions, in which sevcnil of the delegates participated, conicniing the nature of the evidence at:aiii.st Shanahan followed. Membership. Three distinct view or. the tiueslion of niombership found n wide measure of support at the morning session. Briefly, the three policies advocated were: Extension of memlier.slilp privileges to all men who have served In the C. B.F. In Canatja, FnglniHl or France, and who have been lionorably dis-charged. Limitation of moiv.iiirship to those who have seen actu.i! service in Franco. Associate niember-li'p to those who have seen service in ICufjland and included menibershiii to ihoao who have seen active ssrviee in Krauce. Several hours of discussion failed to produce any soli:i ion of the problem, very^ strong ariniments being put i ."'TW"^' I"!". ""'x' "''""'i' f__i,, ,,., ...5,,i ,i,, o,i,__,r I meet ot the night in a vain search for HA RED FOR HUNS N 1 b FERl NEWS (Special to th(! Herald) Fernie, ,Iiily 28.-The throe little girl berry pickors who wero lost in liio woods on the side ot tho Llssard Range last Friday night, and who had to spend tlie night In the wilderness, were found Saturday forenoon and returned to town at mid-day. Chief Owen, of the Provincial Police, organized a party of searchers as soon ns the news of the children being lost was received in town Friday evening, and the parly spent the forth by the respective advocates of the three policies. The supporters of all three seemed (0 be in about equal strength and the matter was finally disposed of liy referring the resolutions to the comnilttco with instructions to draft three resolutions, one covering the 'wide open" view, one the "closed door view, and tho more moderate view. These three resolutions are (o he returned to tlie convention to be voted on in the future. LAGKSEAPOR Seize Two Russian Warships And Sink Steainer-Bombard the Port There's Pure Nutrition and Body-Building Nourishment in Crystal Dairy Milk Pure milk is absolutely necessary to the up-building of children's health. They should be urged to drink it freely and often. It is the most beneficial food for babies and growing children. Our milk is absolutely free from impurities and adulterations. It is bottled by scientific methods, in a hygienic dairy and is clarified and pasteurized. Washington, July 30.-Capture by Czocho-Slovak forces ot several cities 111 the Caucasus and a Black Soa port, where two Russian warships wore seized and a steamer sunk, is reported In tho Austrian seml-oflicial newspaper Reichspost, according to information received today by the Czoclio-Slovak national couitcll here. Tlio wnr.sliip's gmis were turned against the port of >iovoroslsk where they were seized, the newspaper said, but no details ns to tho damage done wore given. Cities captured Included Stavropol. Sirjebriakov and Michel-ovka, while it was said that the Csecho-Slovaks. operating with Russian White Guards, had occupied Syzi:ani. While no addllloual Information has been received, olllcials ot tho council said there Is nothing improbable In tho newspaper account as the Czechoslovaks had boon heltl prisoners by tho Russians in the Caucasus and Southortt Russia. Thoy were inclined tQ accept the report as entirely authentic since it appoar(;d in a soml-oltlc-lal Austrian organ which horotoforiJ has beou roluclunt to admit any successes by the Czecho-Slovaks. s ? ORDER IT DELIVERED TO YOUR HOUSE EVERY MORNING....... The CRYSTAL DAIRY Ltd PHONE 1576 Washington, .Tuly 30.-Cnnflictlng reports reganliug tho proaonco ot Ger-man troops In Moscow have reached tho state dopavtment. From one source conies inform/itlon tliat Nikolai Lonino tho Bolahevikl premier, has admitted that tho Oormans aro sondtng troops to Buurd the OormaDi embassy while reports from another Bource deny this. The department of state is informed that a certain number i)^ guijirtm aro in MoBcow. ' i- ' it. B'ourrett', sn years of a(?e, un old timer ot Kdmbiifon, died aa a result ot talllnfi- s:.fl i/.tttoralo is left open RUSS. PMIS Petrograd, ,luly 30.-Refugees-from the nussian provinces occupied by Teuton troops bring reports of constantly growing hatred among the peasants for tho Germans. In the vicinity of Pskov. Ksthonia, confiscation of foodstuff.? by tho invaders led to two uprisings by the peasants. In the latest of these uprisings the peasants had been informed by someone that American and .lapanese troopa wero to help them. This aid, however, naturally did not materialize and the uprising met with disastrous results. A number ot the peasants wero executed and all the manor houses in four whole townships were razed by the Germans as an object lesson, according to word reaching Petrograd. In the Pskov region, it is declared, the Germans have confiscated all tho foodstuffs they can carry away except for a small allowance of grain i:or each inhabitant. German Comment. Now York, July 30.~Much political importance Is attached to reports from Bolsheviki sources that there is a decided revulsion of feeling against the Germans among tho Russian peasantry by Hans Vorst writing In the Tngeblatt of Berlin on .Tuly 15, a copy of which has been received here, lie says that the same peasants who only a few months ago could not bo kept in the trenches are now reported to be in a state ot exasperation. ? ? : ? : ? ? > � ? : PRICE MAY INCREASE SUGAR > ? � ? ? Xew York. July 30.-Aii in- ? crease to the consumer of one ? cent a pound In tho price of > sugar Is Indicated In a state- �! nient issued here today by to decide on tho 1919 pricen. ? > ? < ; < ? TE DOUBLE WAR TAX. Washington, July 30.-Doubling ot the war taxes on admission of places ot amusement and club dues, was decided upon today by the house ways and means committee. for a new pastor who should find a fine opening for most effective work in this city. Both the retiring pastors have the good will ot their late parishioners and carry with them the kindliest foelings ot their ^iharges. Rev. Mr. Fantetta, of the ' Baptist Church, hero is also preaching his farewell sermon to his congregation to-night, having been called to a wider field ot work by the governing b.oard ot his chiirch. What action will be taken to fill his place has not been determined, and the imlon fever may spread beyond the confines of the two church congregations already united. DEFENSIVE ONE Amsterdam, .Tuly 30.-"We are ready to conclude an honorable peace as soon as our opponents renounce their hostllo plans aiming at our destruction or representation," said Baron Von Hussarek, Austrian premier, in presenting his cabinet to the upper house of the Austrian parliament, according to Vienna advices. He added, according to the dispatch, that as far ns Ihe central powers are concerned, the war is a defensive one. "As In war, so in peace, Austria will not stand alone," ho added. "Our alliance with Germany Is a real affair of the heart and will deepen under the Influence ot peace. There is nothing menacing in this alliance, the warlike contents of which were forced upoii the central powers by thair opponents and will ceaee as soon as they extend the hand of peace," Lemon Juice For Freckles Glrlil Make beauty lotion at home for a few cents. Try Itl Squeeze tho juice ot two lemons Into a bottle containing three ounces of orchard white, shake well, and you liave a quarter pint of the best freckle and.tan lotion and complexion beautl-fler, at very.small cost. Your grocer has the lemone and any drug store or toilet counter will supply three ounces of orchard white for a few cents. Massage this sweetly fragrant lotion into the face ,neck, arms and hands each day and see how freckles and blemishes disappear and how -clean, soft and white the akin becomes. , I Yes! It Is barmloBs.-Advertisement.' "John Barleycorn" Takes a Back Seat THE scholarly Doctor Oalor has declared without mental reservation or equivocation that neglected and decayed teeth bring about more disease than even "Old .Tohn Barleycorn"- who has long hold the championship medal-can legitimately be charged with having produced. Do YOU stand accused of keeping company with cronies more dangerous, by far than the redoubtable "Old John"? Good teeth are a necessity. Our moderate fees make them possible for you and should you dread u dental operation, remember- Dentistry As We Practise It Is a Gentle Art. Drs. Bruner, Richards & Nelson High Grade American Dentistry PHONE 363 Ott Blk., 4 Doors from Lethbriilge Hotel, LEtHBRIOGE, ALBERTA CALQARY OFFICE-115A EIGHTH AVENUE,!. EDMONTON OFFICE-3 CRI8TALL BLOCK. 4 09 ?01912 361340 ;