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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 3, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE POUR THE LETMBRIOGE DAILY HKflAiD Cb Iterate liftcrta OAILY AND wttKLV PrMrletftrt ftrtd Publliham fMl LtTHtftlOOl HKRALD PRINT INO LIMITKO Street Lethbrldge Buchanan and Managing Director tohn Tonanco Business Manager Business MKortel TSLPPHONES Office Office 1M4 Subscription per per year by per year by per year by per year to Dates of expiry of subscriptions a Mtr dally on address label Accept of papera expiration date It authority to continue the sub THE PROGRESS OF THE Fighting furiously along the north ern bank of the the Germans have pressed tlieir offensive to the greatest possible in an en deavor to force a without The French have every where held the Germans during the and they have been able to make only the slightest advances at tremendous The German crown who commands on has sacrificed whole divisions of men ia his vain and the German drive may now be said to be defin itely Sunday the French drove the Invaders out of several vil lages that they In Flanders the British have re corded successes in raids against the German An allied offensive on a large scale is now MOTORISTS SHOULD JOIN THE AUTOMOBILE The Lethbridge AutomobileClub is an organization that is doing some thing for the The pros perity of a community is largely de pendent on means of and the local autoiste are doing all in their power to better the roads of tbe By posting the main routes they are also doing the dis trict a good The club has a field for its endeavors and it also has a lot of work to so that it needs the support of every auto own er in the Lethbridge i Getbehlnd the clubin flbfp and see funds and energy are provided to do the CATTALO AT WAINWRIGHT Writing in the Grain Growers a correspondent gives the fol lowing very interesting description of experiments being carried on in pro ducing a hybrid type called cattalo in the Wainwright buffalo park And now another feature of interest ia added to the buffalo and that ia the A couple of yeargs ago a few of these hybrids were brought from in Breed ing and crossbreeding has been con and now quite a large number are to be On going through the park and looking at the various spe cie of natures one is not very agreeably impressed by man kinds attempt to divert natural ten cattalo are having no violent buffalo hatred for auto mobiles and are not Neither is a buf falo nor a but they are atill less To see an enormous black instead of a brown with In atead of a buffalos a blank white Hereford is nothing short of Or a curly coated buffalo with a similar white looking innocently at you from under his eyes beneath his great makes you tap your bead wiln your hand doubt your own ean I am toll the Buffalo has teen domestic cattle and the cattnlo in breeding up the they rue creating a larger type of It is with the Hereford and Polled Angus that the cross Is The first experiments were bard on the mjthur as tne domestic cow was the humped formation of the calf was the Latterly more humane ex periments have been using the buffalo cow and a sire of the do mestic Hereford or Polled These breeds of cattle are good and of is the buffalo from the fact that tho species thrive on these prairies the year i Neither buffalos nor cattle paw in geow as do But the long dew fay of the buffalo is used by him to rub aside the crust and in or der that he may reach the an other trait shared by the It is on theee premises and that stockmen hope to build up quite a unique breed of cattle and hardy and adapted to most any be because of for Germany is not economically ex it will come because the j enemies of Germany can ruin for a long period her foreign trade and Germany without this trade would be a lifeless Bus iness men in Germany may well think that peace on Allied which will leave the real Germany untouched In respect to her frontiers better than ruin by economic Iso said with em plmals that peace will not come through the financial collapse of Ger PASSING Grace busk was found gtUlty In The New York board of education of second degree voted unanlmbualy to discontinue the for the killing ot Mary Newman The death occurred at Nanairto of jwls a native of at age of Ho had resided In The compelling power will ho Nanaimo for 30 the resources and power ot the Al1 backed by determination This must ho j and one of Blmiras shown first in the H must i prominont citizens took place in Ki be made clear that Germany cannot j mlra from a paralytic He has win in the But a weapon not j been ln business jMnce less when backed by military j gevcn were destroyed In is thethreat of the economic j port Hawkeshury through a fife that Isolation of ft State which livqs large started at and was not eating I ulshed until 4 oclock in i The fire commenced in the roof ly by foreign There are not many soys the Toronto which Germany in her blind nrrogance but one of them Is the permanent loss of raw material and of Evidence is not wanting that the growing super iority ot the Allies In tho air Is due in part to the Inferiority of materials used in some German flying When German civilians are ordered j to hand over to the military author1 ties all of ot but we may see how real is the lack of wool and perhaps of The German business man is suppos ed to have a keen eye for the If he colls up the picture of a Ger many even with peace re cannot get supplies and must lack a hundred things vital to her In dustrial he may well have sink ingof heart In spite of his continued devotion at the shrine of We all desire and one prob lem for the Allies is to consider while Germany is fighting for military she can be made to see the futility of her sinqe economic defeat is well within Allied It Is certain that the Allied Gov including the Government of the United are considering declaration to Germany now of their future economic as a measure for shortening the A French Edmond Las has recently outlined quite bluntly a he can have normal economic relations with the Allies after the but j only if she accepts soon reasonable peace terms offered by the At a moment when we wait renewed slaughter in Europe a timeis of tha essence of the With early eays economic freedom for Germany after the war with peace economic isolation if comes the restoration of normal relations SI it is delayed six an economic boycott ot Ger many for five years if it is delayed for one a boycott ten years On the face of such it niuet be sound If we trade with Germany after the war it is because we expect ourselves to profit by this It causes no an xiety whether Germany gains or loses by such trade we are thinking Nonmul Mclntyres house and of Mrs agerl eighteen a six months prisoner at the county jnil at Belleville for was let out into a and suddenly dis No trace has been found of He was wearing prison John aged eighty of brother of Senator had a narrow escape from instant death at New when his automobile was struck by a train at the Caroline crossing and smashed into kindling teaching ot airman in the public for the duration of the Alma Cecilia the wife of former collector 6f customs at and a son of the late Sir Mackenzie Three months Imprisonment was the penalty Imposed on Isaac Bain bridge In Toronto when the prisoner was brought up for sentence on a charge of publishing a slanderous li bel in the Canadlnn Forty passengers and trainmen were injured when a Southern Pacific westbound passenger number known as Deluxe Special was derailed near A de fective switch is believed to hate caused the Flro Chief JameT Armstrong had completed 21 years service as a fire He Joined tho Toronto pe partment in 1897 and remained there till 1908 when ho became chief at Port In 1009 he went to Fritz a German was arrested in New Westminster and sent to Van He was In possession of a permit from the Vancouver of police to go to Port Mann aijd had been there two When arrested a list of machine shops was found In his Thecall Mtettded to Robert Whitest by Park Biptlst Churcfc ot AM been tctjipted and he wilt shortly assume Ms tttw the threeyearold daughter of Glister ot Hullett WIM drowned in a The top had been removed to Allow It to fill ilurlttg a heavy and the child ran out fell Mare than fourteen years ago Fllneok left his home at He was not heard from until his living at received a letter written by him on Mothers All civilian nurses m 12 in Che military hospitals Will lot out June The policy to be adopt ed by the Government to have only nurses who hold commissions with tho wife ot the mem West Hamilton dropped dead suddenly In Hamilton while visiting her Mc of The deceased had been In good and It Is thought that heart failure was the cause AH aged woman was drowned and theplants the manufacturing corn two dwelling an elec tric light and power a railroad bridge and a quarter of a mile of railroad track wae swept away when anew concrete mill dam collapsed at a school who has been teaching near Edmonton and who was arrested in Edmonton and brought to Moose pleaded guilty to thi forgery of a cheque for ISO was sentenced to eleven months in Regina DUtrictNews MACLlbb tfewa On Monday moYiting last James Smith hai a veryftfrrow escape from death wKfle palntlhfc water Smith Bennon were painting the cup ot thei towerlabotit 180 feet from the Smith was Bitting In a sting about 5 from the when Joseph years of age killed Accidentally by a rifle at the hotisef ot three miles out df the The boys were examining ft rifle when It sud denly went oft and the bullet went through In a firethat went through tho cattle sheds of the in Niagara 1 carloads of cattle were de There are1 Indications that the flheds had been started with in flammable In Winnipeg at the age of 84 at her resfd was a native of and originally ot United Empire Loyalist and Quaker stock since her arrival In 36 years she has been Identified with the Methodist who has com pleted a term of four years pastorate on the Mono Methodist Is Invited to remain for another term and a salary of twelve hundred dol lars is offarctl Tho Official Board has sent a tnwrirwioufc resolution to the Torptito conference to accede to this suddenly the holdlnir Hint Luckily he happened to bit ttn rill of A narrow irort around cup and ttoiifteid off Into tho We understand that Adams who from the front some time melted orders to report fdr From the Sufi Another business change In town thin week When Hodge sold his garage to Artld who in turn has leased It to Mn McMillan ot who will take possession on McMillan comes to Cftfinsngay well recommended as a first class mechanic and wo understand It Is his Intention to instal a machine shop and welding outfit At the last meeting of the town council constable Blachly was ap pointed health and sanitary Inspec Alnslle shipped a carload of young cattle to Calgary on Wednes day and LeVesconte and a car loudof On Tuesday also four carloads ot cattle roado up mostly of stackers were shipped from this point by a buyer from There Is so much land up that the pasture Is becoming scarce which accounts for tho farmers get ting rid of their stoqKers Before Earl Burns left for Calgary to join the his friends and neighbors called at the home ot his and presented him with a gold watch as a slight token of their respect for Two popular young people ot Car Craddock and Miss Vivien daughter of and Barbor were married at Calgary on May by pastor of the Central Methodist tOONOMIC PRESSURE ON Thomas of the banking firm of Morgan declared the other day that it is the business men of Germany who will bring about Peace will not because the people are are not It will not of We must carry oip our trade or ehrink into economic ob The problem before us now be settled by a single economic We confront a situation unprecedented in the history of the It is divided into two one of which controls the vast bulk ot mans Human free dom is the The enemy of free dom must be brought If he can be starved into submission so much the The problem ls not one of conditions in time of peace but in time of We have to consider whether an economic threat will quicken the coming of A great diplomatist said the Bother day that tbe thing which Germany dreads more than the power of the Allied armies in the field to their ec onomic power after the He add ed that the time is near when this power should be thrown into the scale to hasten a decision for Hither to the United States has steadfastly opposed economic war after the mil itary But there are leaders in tbe United States who are beginning to that enduring economic war may be made a factor In the military It must be admitted that tbe problem is Germany may be able to find in Russia and other subject territories economic compen for an Allied Prob ably no question except that of opera lions In the field is now causing closer study in high circles than this one of economic pressure on Ger If a threat of boycott for even a long term of years will end the more quickly and save many lives there are few of us who would resis even so extreme a But the question ie The threat of a boycott may only give the Gerraai leaders a renewed plea for sacrifice from their suffering a renew e4 cry that Germany is fighting Co her Laskines plea is allurin but may well be a Volume That Means Value ONLY through vast production can a ure of value impossible to achieve through quality product be sold at a moderate Eight years ago Goodyear NoHook Tires commanded a much higher price than popular For Goodyear production was Each year Goodyear Tires have rendered increased service to The motorists of this continent were not long in appreciating thatGoodyearTires are manufactured on a basis of high Their appreciation has been expressed in a demand that today makes Goodyear the largest selling tire of the This gigantic volume allows a raving in Goodyear products that a jvitas any ether It enables motorists to keep down the cost of tiremiles in the face of increased labor and material Vt And it has enabled Goodyear to add yearly millions of dollars to the quality of a product already amazingly and uniformly The Goodyear Tire and Rubber of Limited Goodyear Tubes and TireSavtr Accessories can be obtained from Good Service Stations year Watthfor this emblem and enjoy the benefits of Goodyear Service wherever it is MADE CANADA ;