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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 1, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE POUR THE LCTHfmnxiE DAityr HKHALO CDi DAILY ANO WIIKLV artd LlTMiRIOQt HERALt PRINT INO LIMITED HI Ith ttreet fend Managing Director Toriance Business Business OMlce Ultortel Aubiertptlen RatMl per week per year by per year by per yew by per year to Southern Alberta have led in produc and this railway district hna shipped over bushels ot grain to help feed the This year there arc good that every previous record will bo We know the record for area under rop In the bethbridge district hna been broken by a couple hundred thousand and with a rontinua lon of the weather which Is now bei ng granted we should pass the bushel mark this hope this proves tobethe t so much for the sake of our own prosperity but that wo may have a very large surplus for shipment to the Every bushel in he fight ngalnst the Kaiser and wlat lie stands Datet of expiry of ap kite dally on addreii label Accept of papers explratiia date U Ottr authority to tfco FAREWELlM KEEP YOUR NERVES Another crisis has developed on the western and with It comes once more the need for steady ner ves at No good will be accom plished by hysterical view ot tho THq for tor the allied peoples are backing up xthe men at the front to clear bend all energyto supplying tho needs of the i in wisinni uiem an LUC fighting and trust that the mill1 their lifes THE OF THE The Alsne battle line now forms a narrow head with Leoharmai as Its Just north the It rwtB on Coucy Le Chateau on the west and Rhelms on the two points are thirtytour ana ahalt miles apart and the old battle line lay between the two with slight undula From Coucy to the southern extremity of tbo new la 2nVi and from Rhelms to Leciiarmel te 28 H In the rough I triangle formed by theto three lines there is approximately 250 nquare miles of which represents the fain In territory made by the mans in their advance of this The Germans yesterday made a slight further advance but gave indi cations of slowing Rhelins Is etill And as they May the Red Triangle dance started off the tarn paign for subscriptions which haa proven to be such a rtreatsucoesSjn farewell party was held at the home of William for his Ir win who left the next morning for training nt Into tho wee hours of the tho splendid little crowd enjoyed Sing ing and and piano playing and wns served with a dainty luncheon by the young soldiers There were Ralph Sid Leo Frank Frank Lor enzo and the Misses Ethel and Lila Ada and Mar garet Pansy and Hazel Bol Nellie Stewart and Miss There was a large gathering of rel atives present nt the home ot Kva Hanson on Tuesday the oc casion being the wedding of her daughter Miss Louie Hansen and Owen President Thomas Ducc performing the marriage cere The young people are widely and favorably known throughout the Cardston and all will join in wishing them all the joy possible Charter on ships are to be o of hasen listedas a New York htts raised for the Red tary leaders yit the Allies will stem the tide of German It la always well to remember that Germany Is making her lastsupreme attempt this Everything points to It to stated that the Ger mans are filling to lose a million and a raeh to in effort to overcome Tho meeting ot the Cardston Branch of the on Saturday Economics In mining and transport ing coal will sate the consumer this An attempt being made In shipyards to make July 4th a world record day in ship Women teachers in New Tort State intend to use their votes to get salaries equal paid who fought with the Confed0rates in the Civil War and with the forces in 1898 is dead at Seven aldermen were arrested for refusing to revoke the license of an Italian saloonkeeper who sold liquor on George Robert formerly of Salmon Creek was found guilty Queens of wife Hill Jeffer son and The chief busi ness of the was the consUlera tion ot the formation of a cooperative Jill local organizations surrounding to be in affiliation for the British find take Paris the purpose ot handling the commer and reach the Channel We clal business of this important or Kiorstead beat his wife to death on December Morris of waa severely burned when the powder of some cartridges which he was extracting the bullets exploded In Klingmaita Who was stationed last year at Chapleau by the Toronto Conference Texas has etthY State regiments of wife of tho husband JUNE h bedstead ptoiiuclng shells hindering the baby bnggjpvBualneas across the bor niililon Ing sponi on 4 bortjb Idle by men when It exploded oupldo the City Hall Ho rtldtlng lif Mallfax over tho arrest of tWo British sailors lod to damagq of v Irt tftjiAvffenl rtP are Englands cityproperty of abbut the Utev Introduce metric Aiarpniiii niiB bepri In W jetUih to Marys Metlio dlst for a tbtirth anntial School will be July Presbytetlan J town qpnatable ot towel was electyroejited when offlhe using 11 f f W wishing to bbtheV Jlie Five men Windsor of pols ild attake onitig dJanatured TSe fiigln Assoclatlon of Baptist Cleorge fell Churched will meet this June froina 12th and at received d of tlifr Mrrivell f Vlctdr Collins will v npon the work of We new pastorate Jqhn pastor of at and Dalosvlllo BapMountain Street Methodist list I baa been in vitexlto Bell Street President Wilson lias agreed to and iias hold up the new revenue bill until Corporation Income taxes a flourco of revenue to New York Ari attempt la being made In Con gress to force a decisionon national Roonevelt Is conducting win the War tour through the middle Mlllard of htfn appointed rurar dean of County of Leeds tlloceae of rector of Park has been Inducted rector of Holy Chesley and Grace f Sullivan diocese of A named llvlrtl nt was murdered In his house at His wife has been ar icflfetl on rector of Walker was recently with n purse containing appreciation of his Pennsylvania State Senator Eyre was awarded one cent damages his slander suit against of Phila Fiveyearold Agnes Diiwson put a balonn In her mouth In Winnipeg and choked to was alone pending the autumn elec Seven Germanowned cotton firms the border aro being sold by Royernmont because their own may rest assured that Generals ganization The tMo T i was that each Haig and other Allied commanj the association pay a fee has received a unanimous inviation ders are putting forth their best efI Of and also give a note of j to remain another year and the sal forts that Germans may pay this i to be deposited for a line of credit to price without accomplishing their ibis ary has been Increased to The first conviction lor food hoard ing in Sault Marie was Venus a sturdy lass living ers failed to declare their alien con at is in the toils be cause she poped as a had her i hair cut in military and wont Charles Carpenter has been In as far as donning mane attire and ducted as the first rector of the new worked in the logdriving bee for the parish Of formerly i Chaleur Bay Pulp company at Rest mission In tho North nt the Her mother Is a war late of Browni loo has been Inducted ini to the charge of Druid and lately of and South Middleton Baptist has now settled at having become pastor of the Gobies and Drumbo In the allied line but Its evacuation is almost The Germans reached the right bank of the Marne yester A WORNOUT Why is whenever a controversy over municipal matters arlaee in this someone must come along with the statement that the city Is re ceiving bad advertising1 We have heard It times without A few years ago it was considered good to hush up the discussion of all contentious matters on the ground that outsiders would get a bad opin ion of us and refuse to come to live This lor stifling is It never amount ed to Nobody ever stayed away who wanted to come to Leth brldge and It is a silly notion which people of shallow minds I iTUUO lllO HUi biiit The Huns may take j The matter ol affiliation by all locals they may even geithe channel j js to be considered and reported upon Magistrate Elliott fined John but we do they can smash at the meeting to be held June 1st j a for having when a delegate from the ten and a hall hags of flour Inhis doubtless be pres v Jean a threeyearold tot was crushed under the wheete of a membership so as to unite them thor1 heavily loaded wagon and oughly in all business aged kill Success to their efforts Their pros1 ed by being a car in Owen cannot accomplish final victory Is The American army is j The farmers seem to be in coming up now at the rate of j and are rapidly building up their a That was the number to land in Prance In More than that number will land in It has perity spells success for the whole resolved itself into a race against The Germans know this and their angy chiefs care not how many NonPartisan League men for Saskatchewan Immediately following the bringing HquOrif meeting on Saturday the well ad contrary to the DamHllon law have men they feed to guns so long as vertisea ieaKUB gathering was held in been secured by the provincial police oo in the Swift and the total fines aggregate The beautiful home of they see a possibility of It Is always well not to be over but we must not allow German gains at thia tmp to wani our of the whole situation The people at home must keep up their morale if they expect the soldiers at the LINK UP WITH AGRICULTURAL Farmers in Southern Alberta do well to keep in touch with will the work being done by the recently ap pointed agricultural agents who are WILL BASEBALL BE ABOLISHED Will baseball be the Cnhoon James gave considera tion to the reasons for the organiza tion of the League and was fol lowed who New miles below made a verv favorable impression on Narrows bight offered to the Canadian Government as a con valescing and was effected Mr Anderson equipped in every abolished in the there was a good sized audience and McKinney gave a very interesting address dwelling jUist Church y to PRESBYTERIAN Knox Church Corner 4th and 8th Acting Regular at and 10 Big Sisters Bible METHODIST Wesley Church Residence 320 llth Phones Parsonage Church Study 408 Claude Musical Director 11 Mornrng Service conducted by First Baptist Church 3rd and 9th 11 and TJnlted States during the tenure of j chinv on the place WOmen in our the war This interesting question is j political the evils of patronage being discussed by many serious j which seemed to be too evident with minded newspapers over the contin The Spokesman Review Intl mates that people have not the time now to Uke an afternoon off to go to a ball The Toronto commenting at some Isngth on says the lending theirefforts to the cause of greater These about a of them throughout I When the people of the United States picked up their newspapers yesterday and read that under the Generals decree WAS IN Editor In reply to the mayors communication in yesterdays the fact is as stated that an act requiring tax enforcement proceedings the province have already done much j professional baseball players of draft in cjtjes was not paesed by the valuable work In coordinating arm farm machinery and the far connecting the various ele ments which enter into greater pro duction up with the work that is to be Farmers should not be at all backward In calling upon the dis trict agents tor help in any of their That is what the were appointed and the purpose of the Government will be defeated if the farmers fail to take advantage of the opportunity The county agent which U widely followed in the United baa proven a great success In securing the employment of bet ter farming Alberta In ad opting the has followed a wise which should be encouraged by the who are tie ones to specially SOUTHERN ALBERTA DOING Sir George vice president of the returned tot Winnipeg the other day after a trip over the prairie provinces and confessed him self as being well pleased with the general The the backbone of the are putting forth every he and be a huge area In crop a great Volume ot new breaking is being Bury has every right to be proud of what he has seen on his wemern What he saya is The fanners ot the West ere buckling to They age might have to seek patlons after July 1 or they had a new sense of the realities of baseball be classi fied as a ndniuseful employment it will mean the end of the professional game until end of the and for millions bfAmericans that would be the the supreme joys of The who wrote the immor Casey at the Bat described witji paOios the that settled on BogtoA when Its star batemen struck out with three men on Some where the bands were and somewhere hearts were but the particular community which had basked In Caseys effulgence utterly lost its spirit and Its local The peychologlcal effect of the stop page ot baseball in the whole coun try presents a problem to the autho They decide that the game is useful in keeping the in a cheerful mood and reconciling them to food The votary of baseball would rather forego one meal a day than his favorite On the other the abolition of baseball would be a taste of the hor rors of and might conduce to a more serious frame of mind and con centrate the attention of fane on the score in the world series of a more vital game across the It looks as is professional baseball were doomed for the period of the and that the Instead of watching paid players would have to take up some form of re creation which they themselves could take part in during leisure their the right realize the need which for everything they can ami without spending daye 10 go tawa to urge the Government not to The masonry work of tha bridge is i Whatever may be achieved in de stroying the weeds by the draining of the Henderson at least an op portunity IB presented for removing certain not the least of which la the objectionable sign aftermath of the abandon ed attempt at an outdoormovie Alberta and I re gret that I was in error In stating that1 such action had been increase the wlVWveGMasy Department of day School Evening Scrvlco last Pm Brothers Bible 12 Bible School and Bible Class 1USL nf i was invited to remain fqjjpthe fourth v Recently a new churdh was dedi cated at Hastings Hastings Coulee Is One of the old in Alberta been on the list of stations lor some 12 during whichT time services have been held in the The Dominion SugerCompany of Chatham brought in another 150 sugar beet woVkers frdm El They are Mexicans and will be used as a reserve force If the Belgian and Canadian labor is foundtoo insuffi cient to care for all who has been Assist ant Professor of Geology Queens University for several has re signed to accept the Geology Profes sorship in the Dennlsoh University He flame here from the University of 4 Chinese THE UNITED CHURCH OF NORTH LETHBRIDGE Pastor 1271 5th Phone 1659 Jackman will preach morn ing and 10 Class Meeting for and 10 Boys of the in the 2 Beginners and Primary of the the 2 of the In the Adult the in the NORTH LETHBRIDGE GOSPEL HALL Late 5th Baptist Church Oliver Curtis of the Church will conduct the The Resurrection of the Great Hope of the ANGLICAN Cyprians Church 11th Street and 8th Canon Rectot SunHay School jn Bible 3 EVENSONG Holy 1st and 3rd Sun i days at 2nd and 4th Sundays 1 at 11 Sundays at 4 Speaker John There will be no morning Sunday 34 Gosped Subject Pub lie and Private Opinion Concerning the Everybody Welcome take onen of f the those who are left are redoubling their efforts to tbat always an rncroase may be re for three years ever since the1 9 itte war tUe farmers ot now and a llitlu there would prove to be the stlicii in time that saves party twenty lull Tor onto to join their American coiupal n tha ANNOUNCESV1ENT INAUGURATION LAKES PASSED JUNE 1918 Fort William and Port MeNlcoll Wednesdays and Saturdays Diroot Train to and from Thf Way v detailt of from any of tho PACIFIC RAILWAY THE WORLDS GREATEST HIGHWAY SL ASSOCIATED BIBLE STUDENTS Room Stafford Block Sunday June Special at the brpheuin Speaker of the Pacific S Where Are the Dead The Object of Christs Wednesday Bible Study CHRISTADELPHIANS Meet Inthb Moose Hlglnbotham Entrance 5th and 2nd Avenua South Wednesdays S Bible Sundays at 10 to commemorate the Lords avid at to proclaim the glad of tho Kingdom of Subject The Sequel to All Seats Free No Collection Baker will give a statement at tho evening service of the attittude ot the church with regard to Oliv ers mission In Prayer meeting at 7 All Arc Welcome Christian Church Cor 3rd and 8th dilver Pastor 612 Seventh Street South Phone 502 Bible School at Communion and Evening Services at McKlnnon will occupy pulpit arid the pastor will preach In Wesley Church for Baptis mal service immediately following evening SCIENCE CHRISTIAN SCIENCE SOCIETY Hull 7th Street Sunday Service at 11 Subject Ancient and Modern Alias Mesmerism and Hypno Sunday School convenes after the morning Wednesday Testimony most Ing at 8 The reading room ex cept Sundays and legal from 3 to 5 the and Izetl Christian Science literature may be borrowed or Tho public is cortlinlly Invited to at tone the also to visit Uio reading SALVATION ARMY and officers in 11 ml Sunday 2 S Corp on The Home PENTECOSTAL PENTECOSTAL ASSEMBLY next Pastor 367 16th Services Sunday 11 and Atonement Between God and j Life SuVlnK BnoutH nml Tuesday 8 followed by prayer and testimony i The Citadel Band in j Evangelists Scott ai i Sunday opd Thuraday Free No Collection I Everybody Welcome Everybody Welcome LEG WILL BE DELIVERED In the Moose Higinbotham 5th Street and 2nd ON JUNE at THE SEQUEL TO BATSFORD ALL SEATS NO The sequel to be yonrt of iiitormiHomil durlnf which time Christ will destroy all evil in whatevnr form it may bo thu caMhH inhabit mils will ririit glorified unto ami with will forever luliurit tho with all Ha bless at their THAT GOO MAY BE ALL IN ;