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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 21, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE TEN THE LKTHtMtDfiE DAILY HERALD Good Health good mod spirits mean no discord in the To keep the organs in har mowwhen there is needuse BEECHAMS PILLS JUNE Italian Counter Driven Progressing Favorably June forces yesterday continued their counter efftnslve on the Plave River ffbtft In the region of Fagare and and gained further frtound from the the Lallan War Office announced to Italian June Associated The second phase of the Austrian of featured by the attacks to tho right and left of Val along the ferenta River and In mountains the effort on the Plave IIBS It li felt that If the do not re new efforts to penetrate to the plalflf trough the Brenta region and Mont Grappa it would be an acknowledgment of defeat and their j inability to carry the ambitious plan launched a week The situI atlon is still regarded as most ions and all preparations luiv been j made to meet any new offensive j Italians Outclass I Along the Piave the osii tions are virtually The I Austrians are fighting accordj ing to the but the latter are j outclassing It is believed that j tlie Italians would have eu the Austrians back across the before this but for the nature of tii open i Nipht fighting iiusiI whacking methods are ai though they are not favored by tlir military authorities because ci iho confusion and danger of firai j on j their own especially where large biSdlas of troops are An otheV difficulty Has been the similar ity in color hotween the Italian nnd Anstrlan The Austrian losses have been extremely Although there Is much sTiarp fight thereare many lulls during which tho only diversion of the armies watching the bombing operations of tho rival Ssvere Fighting on the Montello plateau continues to be very it is felt by the Italians that the loss of this position would be more important than tho withdrawal from a few kilo metres of ground along the The conditions are also owing to the wooded which are crossed by the seventytwo eacli of which constitutes a separate Hue of Many of x them arj still strewn with nn indication of the intensity of the Austrian resist ance as the enemy was slowly pressed back from points he had won in tho first The Austrians early In the offensive had almost half the plateau hut now they have only about In cluding many of their best such as he town of which has been set on fire by the Italian ar No Fear In No fear is felt in Venice that the Austrians will get The corres pondents on visiting the found an absence of excitement and there was no intention to leave ou the part of the HAVANA CONSCRIPTION June sent a message to con gress today urging the prompt passage of the obligatory military service It is said in welltaformed cir cles that if congress Tails to pass the measure before adjournment the president will put it into ef fect by REVIEW UNPLEASANT FORM June 21 American air and seaplanes should be flying across the Atlantic to reach the front iy nest Major General of the British air here today in a formal statement to the He is in Washington to cooperate with American aircraft of ficials and believes that a pioneer I runsAtlantic flight should be aj tempted without j An enterprise which must be car j ried out as soon as General Brancker is the flight of the is really reason a considerable number of big airplanes and seaplanes should not cross the Atlantic next General disclosed the fact that the British air icounsel had defin itely decided air craftilo the General Brancker the flight depended upon three factors Engineering weather and successful In his conferences with American officials it had determined that very accurateforecasts of weather tot the wholecourse made and the new British high power Rolls CHARGE BRIBERY New June one of thwm connected with the army transport service as a buy were Arrested here today on Federal grand jury charging the offering and receiv ing of bribes in connection with the sale to the government of life boats and DISMISS June Judge Landis yesterday dismissed the charges against eight of 109 leaders on trial for violations of the Espionage The court over ruled a motion by Attorney chief coun sel for the to direct ver dict of not guilty against eigh teen other it the best remedy known for heat stings and A skin food cmJ ANCHORDONALDSON LINE POPULAR SERVICE Canada to Glasgow For full Information apply to Agents Companys 270 Main ha fully its Either a sea Boat or a equipped with two power the would have ample en gine pqwertpinake the probably at an average altitude of It also was disclosed that the Bri tish have recently developed a new airplane enginewhich marks a great er in the singleseated combat machines than any previous It is aa nir cooled ra dial which greatly reduces the horse power weightand givet very high dri ving power to combat One of these engines i3 expected to reach the United States very No exact figures on performance on the new British fighting engines are but it is known they have obtained a speed of HI miles an hour and is believed to have ex ceeded an hour at an alti tude of Tho best previous speed of fighting planes has not been more than 135 miles an CHINESE GENERAL EXECUTED June sociated execution at military headquarters at Tien Tain of General Hu Chien Chang because of monarchist propaganda among the troops ia confirmed by a presidential manifesto issued The general was once chief of the gendarniie of i China and later governor of Shansi YOU OFTEN SEE number of tempting delica cies that did not occur to you to order when you made your usual Grocery The housewife understands econ She has gotten right In the habit of carrying her own therefore comes to this because she believes in our CASH AND CARRY SYSTEM A cent here and a cent there on each article amounts up to quite little You get the benefit of reduction in prices in this Satisfaction guaranteed E TICKNER ELLISON MILLS June quarterly church the first sec tion of which is published by the Pro testant Kreusc Zeituns of seems likely to mako unpleasant read ing for Emperor William in view of his frequent utterances in praise the piety and high morality of the German The review declares that the task of the church become immeasur ably harder because of the utter lack of discipline and religious fasting among the Our with their easily gotten money in their swollen with sinful it are entirely contemptu ous of restraint and Con fusion reigns in numberless of tho administrative government depart ments as to what is right and wrong The highest law seems to be profit eering and The review condemns contemplated proposed from which proposition the documents take quite This attitude is in teresting because it is recalled that the proposal at the time was made was represented by eminent Ger mans as a mere freak unworthy of serious The which throughout is couched in the most pessimistic expresses the fear of irreparable damage to the existing evangelical state church unless it suc ceeds in overcoming the indifference of the people to LLOYD HIS CONGRATULATIONS June Lloyd George has sent ihe following mess age of congratulation to Premier Or on the showing of the Italian troops against the Austrians in the present offensive The Imperial war repre sentative of all peoples and nations of the British desire to con gratulate the Italian army ohv the splendid defense it has during the great battle now in progress On the Italian They have watched with pride and admiration the uri wavering courage with which the brave soldiers of in company with FrancoBritish have re pelled an offensive conducted with the whole strength of the Austro Hungarian This success has been a great source of encouragement to the allies Coming as it has at the most fateful hour of the whole it is a good augury that the alliance of free nat ions will ere long free the world once for all of the military domination which has threatened it go From The An interesting session of the Blair more town council was held when many important questions were dis There were present Mayor Beebe and Councillors McVey and A communication was received from stating in behalf of Hefler that he intend ed taking action against the town to recover damages for loas of time and hospital and other expenses incurred on account of an accident which hap pened to Hefler early in the To tal damages were set at The total assessment for the year was and to raise a mill rate of 4o mills on the dollar was According to the tax ar rears now amounted to the ennrrcous sum of and of Iil7 cur rent taxes only per had been which was not un encour aging Last year was levied for town purposes on a mill rate of of 1incher Creek has been called to report at military to ac company a draft Wo understand that tin man Barn who sustained very in juries in the 1Vank mines last and for whom little hope of recovery was is doing well under the care of local Barnhill can wear a smile after receiving two broken shoulder one broken several broken ribs and other minor Norman son of Inspector William of has ac cepted a position with the West Canadian Shaw ia a war having returned home to Canada last year after performing good service at the CLAIMS INSULl BYANOFFie Nnvitlnte Was Mewburn Sends Will Investigate Tolegrnm to Father rector of Stanls laus Jesuit to Major General minister of protesting against the ac tion of the military police In tlsltlng the Novitiate and parading the In mates In searching for alleged evad ers of the Military Service Father Bourciue said the prfrty was in charge of Captain depu ty provost the visit took place at on Two other men with Captnin McAuley en tered the building while a cordon of deputy police surrounded the Father Bourque protested at the Intrusion and asked Father chaplain who recently re turned from the to reassure hiilfeelf of Mie authority of the tain while he consulted the legal counsel of the institution over the He offered to accompany the Offi cer to the rooms of the Novices or to summon them all tn the refractory for examination and Captain McAuley chose the latter Father superiorgener al of the said in an Inter view that tho statement that there were 2 Novices liable to service un der the Military Service Act was solutely He said If a young man came here to es cape military service he would be simply jumping out of the frying pan into the the religious superiors would not become parties to such They would be giving the garb of religion to a youug man who is not religious but a hypo crite and a Mewburn Will June Gen eral minister of mili sent the following wire to Father FrenchCanadian rec tor Stanislaus Novitiate Am just in receipt of your letter of the 8th on my return to Ot and words cannot express to you my deep regret of the action by the deputy provost Captain MacAuley on the evening of the My attention was called to this matter on my arrivalin Ottawa this morning and I findthat my has taken immediate action for a most thorough if the facts are as stated in your which of course I do not 7 can assure you that the error in judgment com mitted by this will be dealt with in a proper way MI I will not tol erate anysuch action part of any military the op eration of the Military Service Act is The question of liability for mili tary service of any of your students is a matter that Is now being considered by the department of Dohertys Son June an Father the said only eleven had entered the NovltiatB since the Military Service Act had been passed and up to the time the raid was Of four are three are one is one is one is and one an American with class E Novices are employed in humbling occupations in addition to their many religious Conversation ia Obedience Is the practice of every said Father Noonan and Smith were arrested by the but It was found that they were not liable and consequently were Doherty is only 19 and holds rejection papers in class Doherty isthe son of the minister of Charges June dispatch to the Telegram from Guelph today quotes president of the Guelph Ministerial and pastor of Congregational as follows About ten days ago the Guelph Jesuit Novitiate near was visited by the Dominion Fortysix men were found on the and of this number 22 were entered since the military service act came into age is and Peter age fatally injured as a result of an automobile when the car In which they were driving from their home In Ho to was struck by two engines running light at the southern outskirts of FORBID EXPORTS OF June by proclamation is Hiiod under martial has forbidden exports of potatoes HB a 10 Insure the food supply of her a report received herp A max retail prico for potatoes of three cents a pound and a minimum prict or a bar rel of approximately 1KO pounds for saleii in quantity have been High Pikes the Uit Few Monthi Expected Gradual Redaction from v BUTTER And EGGS FOR SATURDAY S SHAMROCK OR DOMINION Cftc Ik BRAND CREAMERY BUTTER DV i Special Farmers Dairy Butter 35c Strictly Fresh Eggs 35c We are sorry we disappointed so many of our customers last Saturday in not getting any of our special FARMERS DAIRY The fact it went so quickly that we were cleaned out at 11 We may that there will be no disappointmentthis week as butter is coming fcfeuch more This butter is closely graded and we guarantee every pound Our Butter and Egg Values Are the Best in the City Burns DOMINION MARKET 4TH AND 6TH PHONE 1654 MAIN MARKET THIRD AVENUE SOUTH PHONES AND 1388 PALACE MARKET THIRTEENTH STREET PHONE 431 ENLARGE ELEVATOR ATI fFroin Our Own Correspondent Milk June June19th the annual farmers picnic was held at Verdigris The com mittee was composed of Ben Varnbrock Mat Tbielan and Charles All sorts Of sporting events were pulled of fwith appropriate A large crowd was Gunton has established an Ice cream parlor on Main The Alberta Pacific Grain does not look uppn the outlook jvith stay special They are bn larging from to bushels The work is being done under the supervision of Adams is local man Last week Verne Hunt and Miss Smith sprung a surprise on their friends and were married on the eve of Hunts leaving to join the for The choir of the United Church last week informally presented and Hunt with a fine crystal punch Giles a largo party on the 13th ia honor of several of the boys who are leaving for the Joseph Oborn went to Calgary over the week end to visit her son camp Examinations are in progress at the Rlyor Consolidatedschool jand a number of pujjfls are town writing The lower room of the school closed two weeks on account of three pupils coming dawn with scarlet There have q number of cases south of TAG DAY AT MILK Milk June Rive held its Navy League TagDay oil June when Verne A Ford and Smith collected tha gratifying sum of 100 for the A booth was erected in a prominent place decorated with flags and floating above all was the ensign of our Proof that Some Women Avoid Operations Etta of says I suffered from female troubles which caused piercing pains like knife through my back and I finally lost all my strength so I had to go to The doctor advised an operation but I would not Hsten to it I thought of what I had read about Lydia Finkhams Vegetable Compound and tried The first bottle brought great relief and six bottles hare entirely cured All women who bate female trouble of any kind should try Lydla Finkhama vegetable How Boyd Avoided an Operation suffered from a female trouble which caused me much and two doctors decided that I would hare to go through an operation before I could get My who had been helped by Lydia Pink hams Vegetable advised me to try it fore submitting to an It relieved me from my troubles so I can do my house work without any I advise anywoman who is afflicted with femaletroubles to give Lydia Pjnkhams Tff hi W I L table Compound a trial and it will do as much for MABU 1421 6Ui St Every Sick Woman Before Submitting To An Operation HtPtCINg No Time To Shop o DO YOUR SHOPPING WHEN YOU REGISTER AT THE BAY x Ample Time f To 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