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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 19, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOUH THE LETHBRIDG1! DAILT HRRALD WKDNKSDAY. JUNE 10, 1018 DAILY AND WCIKLY and fttf LETHBRIDOE HERALD PRINT ING COMPANY, LIMITED strati South, LttiibrUp W. A. Buchanan FrMiaent and Managing Director inks ButntM lUnaft? Buloces BiitorU Office HSJ JIM tubtcrtptlon RatMl fHllj, aellvcred, Dillv, delltereii, ytt jur .....I5.IX Dullr, by mail, per year ......J4.IX WcaVlj-, mall, per WMUr. to D.8..IS.M Date, ot ol mWcrlptloo if (tar dally on addrcil libel. Accept aace of tite: axplraiUn daU t> our authority to continue tie sub- acrifftlcB. THE PROGRESS OF. THE WAR. The Germans opened an attack in force belore the city ot nMms thl mom lag, l were completely repul! ed br the French whose llant work was steclally commeatej upon. The' Germans made DO gain whatever, but tielr'lossesSre're'tilaTi The British conducted a .raid of son] proportions, which was entirely SU' ceaslul. f- The Italians and their allies on tb Italian front continue to realst Hi Austrian drlre with grears'uccess.'.th the Ilghjins hiving d.le down at manr-poinls'as a result'o the superb Italian CITIZENS SHOULD .VOTErTO-MORROW. Tha citlicos of Lelhbrlage .will d bEde to-morrow who Rhallfill out th uuexpired portion of the term of A. !I. Grace, Commissioner of Publ Vorks.' Though there, has been a liter lack of intereit In ca: tha voters should make it point to go to the polli 19 that mai be electtd may know th he has the support of more than mere handful of citizens. Two good'candidatea have offer theraielvej Both have told the peop what they -will endeavor to, do elected and the records of1 boli are open books The pjpple Blouid' :be in a position to chooei; j The Herald has jnpporled Mr Oli- ver believing that hli experience as major and alderman of has fitted him to render tho city good In the and thlt his huslness training Is what 13 N NION V The OltiMU lii critic ol all vernments and all parties. It Is Driest In its expressions of opinion, hat it bas 10 say about (he recent ssibn ot parliament under lToloii averomenl guidance, cafl be accept ,s the view ot a candid, fearless lend, [hat raps the Government Is wrong and speaks well of it when up PA SSING is rlihl. Here Is what II says: There perhaps uever has jjslon of the Cinadkn uarliarasni. o compara wllh jthls first .scuton nder bovercment, in ng through 'constructive Ipgislatlon. n the days of old party goveinment, 'of 'the'several1 freat con- tructive "measures passed this ses- j on mlsht have been made to occupy j ha whole lifetime ot one parliament.' In constructive social legislation tnce confederation, ihero does not eem to be "anything tov equal the A negro base hospital Is being erec- ted in New York. New U, S. merchantmen are likely to be named alter CoL H. X. Paddock Ijas been ap- jinted chief of the U.S. Air Koreas. The United States derives-: annually (row liquor u njea In Xew Yort Slale are lhe j0 emvloy ;bar- "Yhw are en- gaged In shipbuilding La the States. 'JMttsburg- steal plants.expect Io be atlo to meet war demands In full. Ceo. G. prominent Quebec Tawver and son of a former Quebec Is dealL lawyer, A new bTl being Issued seas. mlCM.'" jieakleas cap. Is S. ov overament's first measures ol nat- onal prohibition of the liquor traffic, nd the enfranchisement of women "on basis pf equal suffrage. The mafn uestlon Canadian .people ri the last elecLionr the Military Ber- ice. Act. is being carried out success- ullr; and by..courageous action ;ov eminent has strengthened it, under he stress ot war conditions on the West The government's iledge lo-reforDi'th'e'chril service is lelng lived up to In the Civil Service Ack. rtnajlr Sir Robert Borden has announced-the policy of nationalized railway o New York aldenuen .favor- In- creases of from 10 to 20 iier cenl. for civic "New York health officials announce that nine per cent, of the Ice sold is dangerously contaminated _____ Phillips, Jate: general man- ager Street Rallwav, died at ilochester, Armour .Co., .the Gycag.Q. pack- ers, are issuing another bonds to handle war expansion, Thre .convicts- escaped from NEW DAYION of Raised on Animal A.d CrMs Still Owns Xew Our O Dayton, The dance Several nunof'-measure's, tike the. loafer" laivr act'to .establish a! biireau of-j-stajlstic's, daylight saiiag, have parsed almost (.fife government is deserving ol tbe heartiest coniuienila- :Ion. The elimination of partisanship las .contributed largely to..the rapid made this session. "Credit Is opposition for their atti- tujde "of 'moderate, criticism; the 'ilemoa The U. S. Food Board ha 11 educed he price of Hour, .from': to a barrel In the past yeah- ,1 j Presbyterians acrosi: .the border plan to raise a i fund in the next .semi-decade, to strengthen the church Dfter Ihe.warv Involuntary prohibition, will .appear across the .Border ;nexl year .if.' the U, S. continues -LiAcausumfr whijsiey at the present Nashville, Tenu-i by ccmniaurteer.nE a train. New York women teachers demand a bonus. II granted H will cost Ihe city German Interned In th'o Southern States are beiug utilized iu agricultural The first of the U. 3. QwVi meal's four new shell fill- ing plants Is la operation Rabbi L. J. Kopald, of Buffalo, ob- jects to jevrlsh troops being asked io sins "Onward Soldiers." U. 5.- Allan lie coastwise -steamer crews are dejuaridSng more money on account ot. the .submarine scare. reports that the curtail- ment of the production of luiuries has greatly' Ihe demand'for them. 'PHf l': IJ-.: Twenty U. S. army tanks have made semi-Impassable '0? .'miles In four most needed at the city neit few years, when'-llr'OTgThands be neeaed io steer the city through lo a safe financial ppaifion once more Moreover Mr Ohrer, fa to support hia economy plzt form In a practical manner, serring the city at a earing ol per an .num. The honesty of his .purpose -In this regard Is not to be doubted and Tfe feel thai the not value his offer Ifghljy: We arc sure the citizens 110 rniJUke in Introducing a little new blood "at the city hall by the' election of ilr M I Jolm Dempsey of Marlou. HI, has iioa years he.carried .thirteen limes. Another of gold has been received Sn New York from .Canada. It is slated more'fs to fol- low. A on the cnarge, oE'heresr against Rev. Dr. Kndwles ot PetrolDa has been- ordered by Methodist Court ol Appeals, Ed. Morrison, faces a serious charge based on a story told by his ter. The "National' Ccuhcil wants, women Veil gf tile -lor Pro- vincial'-Legislatures'- Municipal Councils, and will" ask" pther.r'cfianges in law a Bruce -V. Care> for years tttrqcLor oi tbe Hamilton Cqcserva lory of Music vra apnomfed singing master of the Hamilton at a salary of per jearT Reorganization of the Agricultural Department wilt be made shortly The patents and trade "murks.branch has already been transferred to the De- partment of .Trade Vdand and copyright wlll-.elso.be transferred either to Justice or Trad? and Com In aid ot the Red Cross Society, held under the auspices of-the local Wo- men's lustitule. which came off .hero night In "William Scolt" barn." was by far Ibe greatest suc- cess of its kind ever held In this lo- cality from any and every point ol view. Dancing started about ten p.m. and was'kept up until about 3.00 a.m. Visitors from the ;ivhole _south couu- Iry were some coming as far as Milk Taber, Raymond aud I.ethbridge. Auction a Steer. A yearling steer to Mrs. Foley by Mr, Scott was .rattled off about mldnlshl, the winning number being held by James Haona, who with- out any compunction whatever.1 at once turned It oVer to the lied. Cross again for sale. Frank Crouch -was called on to act as; auctioneer, which duties he performed In a very satis- factory manner. The bidding was quite- spirited and at the end it. was a race between Ualph -Atkins and Crls Selk as to which of tneiu should have tlie animal. however, when the reached tvvo syorU agreed Lo flip a loser'to pay for the animal. Ralph's luck IVRS with htm and Cris paid for the steer, turning It over to the He ri Cross again like'a true sport. The animal'was agnln'put up for auction, the bidding being just as brisk 03 ever, Herli Johnston making, up his mind he was going lo fcave it this near future when tt will again bo put up ior a.uctlou to the highest bidder. All told the Red Cross Is to the good on the Elcer and still holds the animal. Thp total receipts for Ihu evening amounted to J31S.64, which we thliik goes to that tan New Dayton people are prepared at all times to assist In this or any other cause where patriotism or self sacrifice demand II. This Is the sec- ond dance' for. .the. same- two weeks' oi bulb, netting Ihe lied. Cross something like The Women's Institute aim to at least raise liy this manner before wlih this end In view we'understand on the cotuple- tloa ol thor'Johu an- other dance yj'lll After AVO, are informed, Gusl Kaupu intends .to come along and give us what perhaps wlHibe.Ihe closing dance season, and we can as- sure him will he with him In his efforts to do his ule ne'cestlly'of down; It Is becotulug ;'more .apiureaty S day nero that Sew Uayton expects every uau and woinan to do his or duly. Ve cannot condone action! ot any o! can pay won't. U1 would to Iry to men- Ion Ihe names inert can maktf t lot ot nOl'P, that doesD'i mean they roprejenl ihelr baas ty mean's. Judging by-- the ffequency with which Unlled Slates troop trains pass Uiroufch this city, SI. Thorns! people, the Times say's, will not doubt Sec- retary of War Baker's elalementfiliit there are orer American fight- ers In France. W, T. It. I'rcaton Is busying him- self arnohg Ontario Liberals tomcnt- to the Dowel! wing of the parly. H Is pnrely a fainlly iquabble. but on general principle! and] w l.tKuJl hiicwine uytiiinii iu" the "Itlsldc" wb are willing (o hcl that ,ilie ,b'egt. Clement of tlic parly is rtn- poifns Calvary Herald, I rccoril none ton of conducting etcclionn never helped the party. The West Klgfu epTsodc fs not forgoElen, Bradsjiaw. Ships Ipirsf..: Registration 'is Pro-' cetiing (From Oor Own Cofresooii.flean Magrath, Is under way In'earoeat'now. R. W. liradshaw shippeil 'the "first carload out of the district yesterday.' H' goes to the Dominloil warehouse, iat Tor- onto where It Is kep't for'f during which time -.the- Government can buy It. But If at-.th'e bn'iT.of that time It Is not owner'may ship gel Ihe benefit of U.S. Chilr.ch' serveij.'lunch'ln ftier Red Cross, roeraa, Satufiiay. ,f hey. rtia.dc It more for' ihe were pliye'd .near the neadq.uarlers; -H was ft aacceSsfnl "day. They (urncd oVerMo-tho going on rate. Mosl'of the pebplo ofHriis dis- trict are eipeclcil lo be'Vfiglsjercd by the.SZnd.-.JO that 60 rushed. are expected lo register here and tHnf mahy. ?an't be tahca care of In one All the Well Thcta itich at the town, registrars... Anyone wishing to be registered laiy tall "'at the school any Itrte and help make the work on the 22nd easy. -v -The .Tho.polls on Iho 22nd will be at the school and In tile will be divided fo all booths will run about evenly. All above 16 rears must register. Those Hot are sub Is urged by, Dr. A. D. Bevan of Chi cago, now president the American Kerb- produced his check book and wrote a check for the amount. Not wishing to, he outdone by any ol the rest, Sir. Johnston also turned the Keep WRIGLEY'S in mind as the lorwicst- (astinc confection you can .buy. Send it to the boys at the front. Time Economy in Sweetmeats- a 5-cent vyati of THERE WASJPAIO FOP HAI INSURANCE IN SASKATCHEWAN' t AtBE TA HAIL' INSUR ANCE LOSSES TOTALLED 17 COM PANY PAID ITS LOSSES FULL. SINCE IpGOI TION THE BRITISH1 JSM ASSURANCE CpMPANY..HA PAID OVER LOSSES. to a you fthoutd1 slire .wlth'j B> A Be safe rat! er ttarr an Fifth Street Albirtl one month hence. ONLY THE'BES.T AND MOST RELIABLE COMPANIES. REP- RESENTED POLICIES WRIT TEN IN OUR OFFICE IMMED- IATE COVERING ANY AMOUNT PROMPT SETTLE MENTS t InsurelOW Wilson P. R. Farm win give you several epjpymehfi it's an In as as pleasure, for it helps teeth, breath; CHEWvW ftFTER The Flavour Lasts t iect fo a fiear? bcgfi'i >fag- raUf aclitiol on metital dlrotleil Oft-Voc Wolf, Tho wlU.ico.iJn.'al sanje .1111111 IIHIII8S1I3 HAIL INSURANCE Employm LUbifoy kuwtntt 'Tnu'strtiiiMt Brltfsli compary licensed lii. th'e WwUri. Canada TiaTl FleM. 1, ftnmeil- 'ar.e' l and'' 'service' here1 on tae ,'h-. Jooked ij tkt'wlte' of the 'Ofjfion-' Ing and Ih'o arrir- ed when II Is GET INSURED DO Not: HITCHEU phont And it ;