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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 19, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE roth THE AND WEEKLY Preprtetort fttl LBtHBRIDOB HERALD PRINT INQ LIMITED Mi Ith Street Lothbrltffo Buchanan President and Managing Director Jota Tortaace BioliMM Manafer Ofttee itll Otttco Subscription Ratooi per week per year by per year by per year by mall per yoar to of expiry of ovbocrlotioM ap tear dally on address Accept ance of eiplratJin date la ear authority to continue the tub THE PROGRESS OF THE The Germans opened an attack In force before the city of Rheims this were completely repuls ed by the French whose Hant work was specially commented The Germans made no gaiijg but their losses were The British conducted a of sonje which was entirely suc The Italians and their allies on the Italian front continue to reelst Hie Austrian drive with great the intensity of the fighting having died down at many as a result of the superb Italian CITIZENS SHOULD VOTE The oitiiens of Lethbridge will de cide tomorrow who shall fill out the unexpired portion of the term of Commissioner of Public Though there has been an atter lack of interest in the cam the voters should make it a point to go to the that who ever may be elected may know that he has the support of more than a mere handful of Two good candidates have offered Both have told the people they will endeavor to do if and the of1 are The people shook be in a position to The Herald has supported Oil believing that his past experience as mayor and aldermanof has fitted him to render the city good service in the and that his business training is what is most needed at the city the next few when will be needed to steer tie city through to a safe financial position once Oliver is ready to support his economy plat form in a practical serving the city at a saving of per an The honesty of his in this regard is not to be am we feel that the no value his offer lightly this jtfme We are sure the clticens would make no mutake in introducing a little new blood at the city hall by the election of Oliver AN OPINION UNION The OtUwaQltiMn o all governments and nil It Is loiiest In its expressions of What It has to say about the recent of Parliament under Union Government can be accept ed as the view of n fearless that raps the Government whn it Is wrong and speaks well of It when t is Hero Is what It says PICKED UP PASSING A negro base hospital is being erec ted in New New merchantmen are likely to be named after JUNE Paddock has been ap There perhaps never has been a Pointschief of the undei1 Union in ing through constructive Jn the days of old psrty anyone of the several great con structive measures passed this ses The United States derives annually from liquor taxa1 Mouor men In New York State are sion might have been made to occupy anxlous tor tne rjgW to employ bar Utfk llfntfmn nt na tM A mall t he whole lifetime of one In constructive social legislation since there does not snem to be anything to equal the jovernmenls first measures of nat ional prohibition of the liquor and the enfrancliisement of women on basis of equal The main New York aldermen favor In creases of from 10 to 20 per for civic year New York health officials announce that nine per of the Ice sold question before the Canadian people I is dangerously in the last the Military Scr vice is being carried out success fully and by courageous action the government has strengthened under the stress of war on the West governments pledge to civil service is Wilford late man ager of Winnipeg Street died at Armour the pack are issuing another being lived up to in the Civil Service bonds to handle war Finally this week Sir Robert Borden has announced the policy of nationalized railway Several minor the i loafer ihe act to a The food Board educed the price of flour from to a barrel in the past Dominion bureau of and Piesbyterians the border daylight have passed almost j Pjan thfe government it J deserving of the heartiest commenda The elimination of partisanship has largely to the rapid progress made this Credit is duefofthe opposition for their atti of moderate criticism the Union has demon strated the superiority of united ac tion oVer artificial party ADVICE OF A BUSINESS Giving his views of the future of finance and business to Chamber of John Wana the great American merchant stated that while there will be a jolt and a readjustment when the war there nevertheless will be ample supplies of money to con duct If the message con the Government of the United States can make credits eas ier through its financial connected and directed from the Treasury to especially favor business people outside of If the voters send to Goagrialftmen who will enact a holding up to American work people meeds of the sadly broken up world will turn and rush to the United States for everything we can I am not a but my All I want for myself is to protect prosperity on every side of This the Govern ment can do just as well as it can 4iwarv I firmly believe tinstjepulative business has no reason tobe discouraged or scar that wise merchants taw material buyers should not ONE TYPEOF ONTARIO The Reformer man had the fell a day or so of meeting up with an old friend In the person of Joseph better known as onetime ornament o thsj newspaper business and of tha Ontario now growing more rotund and jovial than ever In the padded chair of a general superih Undent of a big government institu tioa at Up dn his country there seem to be people in sentimen quite similar to some H told of crowded meeting of fou hundred farmers of one wealth without a dollar of mun cipal and less than halt a doze private after th Union Government had been damns by speech for three the pent up indignation of the crowd found vent In the passing of a resolution to the effect that whereas the township was paying a mill on the dollar for the provincial war tax and had raised for patriotic that their sons be not worse than the worst that any part of Nor folk has The ahpve is from the editorial column of the Slmcoe Re It Indicates thetype of On tario farmer who Is opposing the Unquestionably the present On tario agitator is the same fellow who opposed conscription and Union Gov ernment from the It is doubtful whether hie interest in the war goes beyond taking the increased Iiricea created by the As for giving either money or his rec ord Is not very is the agitator There are hundreds and thousaads of farmers who could be secured to form a deputation com mending the draft and concentrated war Ttiu lattor claw farmor la A few far mers can make a lot of liut bat doesnt mean they represent tbelr by any overload with stocks at We should buy sparingly and only my yet I amf willing thajt It is my belief that the enauiiig afteritheJwar are the most prosperous ifourTreari ever known in the United I urge that we bring for ward the tat years by pouring out all our strength to get the war finished this IBs sure you the next semidecade to strengthen the church after Involuntary prohibition Will appear across the next year the continues consumeWhiskey at the present John Dempsey of has lied jilst three days short of the cen tury During hundred years he married Another of gold has been received in New York It is stated more is to fol A new trial on the charge 6f heresy against Knowles of Petrolea has been ordered by the Methodist Court of at faces a serious charge based on a story told by his 14yearold daugh The National Council of Women wants made tor Pro vincial Legislatures and Municipal and will ask other changes in Bruce for some years director of the Hamilton Cqhserva tory of was appointed singing master of the Hamilton Public schools at a salary of per Reorganization of the Agricultural Department will be made The patents and trade marks branch has already been transferred to the De partment of Trade and Commerce and copyright will also be transferred either to Justice or Trade and Com the present deputy minister of he made head of the copyright A new deputy minister of agricul ture will be appointed andit like ly that director Do minion experimental will be made acting deputy pend ing a permanent Grisdale is well known as an agricul tural expert from end to end of Can there are men en gaged in shipbuilding In the Plttsburg steel ftlants expect to be able to meet war demands In UK prominent Quebec lawyer and son of a former Quebec Is A new brlmtoacv neakless cap Is being Issued to over Three convicts escaped from by commandeering a New York women teachers demand a If granted It will cost the city German sailors Interned in the Southern States are being utilized in agricultural The first of the Govern ments four new shell fill ing plants is in operation Rabbi of ob jects to Jewish troops being asked to sing Onward Christion Atlantic coastwise steamer crews are demanding more money on of the Washington reports that the curtail ment of the production of luxuries has greatly increased the demand for JL Twenty army tanks have made atrial run gemiimpossable southern pfi 205 miles In four i Prohibition as a national benefit is urged by Bevan of Chi now president of the American Medical Oscar noted philan thropist has expressed his willing ness for nomination as nonpartisan nominee for Total of Raised on Animnl And Red Crom Still Owns It From tur New June dance In alt of the Red Cross held under the auspices of the local Wo mens which came ofit hero last night In the William Scott was by far jllie greatest suc cess of Its kind ever held In this lo cality from any and every point Dancing started about ten and waskept up until about Visitors from the whole south coun try were some coming aa far as Milk Raymond and Auction a A yearling steer presented to Foley by Scott was raffled off about the winning number being held by James who with out any compunction whatever at once turned It oVer to the lied Cross again ifor Frank Crouch was called on to act as which duties he performed in n very satis factory The bidding was quite spirited and at the end it was a race between Ralph Atkins and Crls Selk as to which of tffem should have the when the bicfhad reached I two sports agreed to flip a the loser to pay for the Ralphs luck was with him and Cris paid for the turning It over to the Red Cross again like a true The animal was again put up for the bidding being just as brisk as Herb Johnston up his mind he was going to have it this After running the bid up to Herb produced his check book and wrote a check for the Not wishing to be outdone by any of the Johnston also turned the steer over to the Red Cross in whose bands it still Is until some day in the nosr future when Will again bo put up ifor auction to the highest All told the Red Cross is to the good on the steer and still holds the The total receipts for the evening amounted to which we think goes to show that the New Dayton people arcprepared at all times tlsalst In this any other cause wh6re patriotism or self sacrifice demand This Li tho sec ond dance tor tho same purpose In two weeks of both netting the Cross something like The Womens Institute aim to at leant raise In this manner before and with this end In view we understand on the coiuple tlon of the John Cress barn an other dance After we are Gust Kntipp Intends to come along nml give us what perhaps the closing dance of the and we can as sure him the community will be with htm in his efforts to do his Week by week as our boys are taken and put in brings the war nearer home to us in this dis and every oho feels the absol of 4ltf It benomlnis more dor here that New man and woman to do his W We cannbt conWone actions of any of them who can pay tnd It would to fltetoM try to men tion the names of all the ladles Whose untiring efforts made the Scott danca the great success It Suffice to they did their duty attd they will at least have the satisfaction or knowing that they hate made some other mothers sons lot easier to bear on the bloody fields of Flanders or HAIL INSURANCE BE PREPARED HAIL FOLLOWS HOT WEATHER v c INSURE NOW There Is no saving In Only reliable companies repre Gibbons Company Phone 1191 Balmoral Block Bradshaw Ships First Registration is ceeding The war began In a dry If this Is to be a dry we hope the war will end with but with a com plete victory for the The Edmonton Bulletin submits to the Premier what it aptly calls a thrift As Senator Rob ertson seems to be doing the It why Crothers as Mlnliter of Labor Henry a has been endorsed Tor the Senate by Michigan It looks as though Henry was likely to make ug big a noise as a political candidate as one ot his Judging by the frequency with which United States troop trains pass through this Thomas The Times will not doubt Sec retary of War Bakers statement lust there are over American fight ers in Preston busying him self among Ontario Liberals foment ing antagonism to the Rowell wing of the It IB purely a family but on general principles and without knowing anything of tho inside we are willing to that the bent element oi the party op poslilB Herald Prestons record in none too Ills luanuer of conducting tlerlioiu never helped the Liberal The West JOlgiti episode is not From Our Own Correspondent June Is under way in earnest Bradshaw shipped the first carload out of the district It goes to the Dominion warehouse at Tor onto where it Is kept for fifteen during which time the Government can buy But If at endof that time It Is not the owner may ship to Boston and get the benefit of the market The Association Church served lunch injlie Red Cum rooms They made It more for the Games j were played near the It was a successful They turned over to the Red Cross Society Registration Is going on at rapid Most of the people ofthis dis trict are expected to be registered by the so that day will not BO are expected to regtnter here and that many cant be taken care of in one All the teachers ot the Alagrath school as well aa Theta Rich at the town are Anyone wishing to be registered may call at the school or at the town hall any time and help make the work on the The The polls on the 22nd will be at the school and In the town Names will be divided BO all booths will run about All above 16 years must Those not doing SO are sub ject to a heavy begin in the Mug jatli school on Thu dopart munlal examinations will bo directed by Ue Vne The school uxaminutloiiH will go on at the tianie tiinirumlerthe direction the local Keep WRIGLEYS in mind as the longest lasting confection you can Send it to the boys at the War Time Economy in Sweetmeats a 5cent package of WRICtEVS will give you several enjoyment its an investment in benefit as well as for it helps breath CHEW IT AFTER EVERY MEAL The Flavour Lasts J HHBBfl llllllllllis SOCIALISTS MEET JttM Phillip leader of he regular German Socialist has arrived nt Leeuwarden meet Peter Troesl the Dutch Socialist who la going to England soon to attend tha annual convention of the British labor Experience THERE WAS HAIL INSURANCE IN SASKATCHEWAN A TA HAIL INSUR ANCE LOSSES TOTALLED EVERY LINE COM PANY PAID ITS LOSSES IN SINCE INCORPORA TION THE BRITISH AMERICA ASSURANCE COMPANY HAS PAID OVER IN Doesnt this appeal to you as a good reason vthy you Irv sure with British America f Be safe rather thsn sefry and apply new by letter o telephone and Company Fifth Street Lethbririae Alberto one mon th Hen ONLY THE BEST AND MOST RELIABLE COMPANIES REP POLICIES WRIT TEN IN OUR IMMED IATE ANY PROMPT SETTLE v Wilson frSkeith Farm Phens HAIL Employers Liability LIMITED SECURITY The strongest British company licensed In the Canada Hail AND qtjier RELIABLE COMPANIES are represented by Applicatlont cbvsred immed SERVICE We located here on the ground and are ready to give 1 you service AT ALL TIMES HAIL INSURANCE is rightly looked upon by the wise farmer ua one ot the expenses of form ing and the time has now arriv ed when it is o GET INSURED DO NOT PHONE QR WRITE ARTHUR MITCHELL Phone 449 Slock LETHiRIDOE And ;