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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 26, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE POUR LKTHBRIDOB DAILY WALD JUNK 1018 fbctalb fllberta DAILY AND WCKKLV Proprietors and fHI LCTHIRIDQI HERALD PRINT ING LIMITED Ml Street Buchanan President and Managing Director John Tonance TSLKPHONES Business Office IM Edltorfcl JPASSII9G ness protected If hay nsroe to these proposals and are willing not only to tothem lint to tfrlte upon the Government the desirability of thus removing the tsrlff we have nn idea that they might easily reach an understanding with the Western tariffbusters that would bo mutually We have expressed a similar opin ion in the and we truly believe that in the above statement the Cal gary Herald has expressed the opinI Hpnry MoorM ion of SO per of the people of died at Western We In the West are not inimical to the tariff where its j Several allSlav units are pro application redound to national for tho Sarmy prosperity and But we do j coal reserves may bo drawn object lo s tariff where Its effect is on next year to aid France and to chloroform any attempt on the i part of those protected to place thorn UP JN Provision ie being made to house marines at groin Subscription per weeV per year by par year by per year by per year to of expiry of subscriptions ap pear dally on address label Accept ance of papers expiration date It our authority to continue tba sub THE PROGRESS OF THE selves in a position to eventually meat all competitors without fear of the Mail bags It Is here after bo repaired by persons living In penal GERMAN PEACE OFFENSIVE There may be expected one desperate attempt on the part of the Retail jewelers of Western Ontario holding their annual con vention In A total of must be raised by Brant County this year ex clusive of the provincial German high command to smash the John R Wagner one of British and the French on the west settlers of diedat tho then we may expectthe open age of seventyseven ing of the peace offensive we have been told Germany is ready to Labor lenders meeting In urged the of The terrific slaughter of the enemy j That tnp Germans will fail on the troops has been one of the notable j west recent events go to The Austrian defeat on the serious rs soldiers in the trpnt line tren features of the defeat of the Austrian by the Italians and their a Literally thousands were swept down by the terrible gunfire in which internal troubles in the Ger man defeat before Rheims and the ches are now being supplied with gas proof food S steady flow of American reinforceI Recruiting is now proceeding in they were caught as theyattempted events have served to j the Mounted Police to fill gaps mad the across the Whole j Pace the Allies in a decidedly better by gomg companies were cut down in one i Position on the west It is ad Movies across the border have swoop of artillery and the river I mltted that Germany 1s yet powerful j paid in taxes since Novem hasbecome choked with The enough to strike a terrific blow ber floodtagof the river hasmsrdeiT ditfi against the British and but I unit for the Italians to carry forward j the fact remains that the power of the Central Allies has been waning their offensive movement any but their rotor of the been ever since March while the effect iveness of the Allies has been ever News of this caused great de on the preesion in theranks of the Germans in as they were confidently the Austrian offensive would force Italy out of the war and brin an early Granting that the pending Ger Soft coal production across the border last week was almost 000 Over is being spent on additions to the Naval Academy at man thrust on the west will h A strike of weavers at Garfield is holding up a 1 i i what may we expect In the j army lmfEorrn AN UNFORTUNATE The action bf the military at Guelph in raiding the Homan Catho lic Novitiate there appears to have been a foolish resulting In nothing but harm in stirring up afresh the sectarian differences should allhe trying to avoid in these times The incident is especially ate in view of the fact has apparently been endeavoring dul ling recent months to swing into llne the matter of war The GuelphIncident will merely serve to once more arouse the suspicions of the French the sensible way for all to look at it Is to consider the inci dent merely as a tacfiess blunderon the part of an overzealous There are much more grave matters in which Canadians must interest i I way of a peace Von Kuehl 1 manns address to the Reichstag re porjed Indicated that Ger many was as arrogant as No admission could bemade that Belgium be But might not the German Chancellors efforts have been but the commencement the peace offensive The German will un doubtedly put forth hia maximum first asa basis for furthernego tlattonsV Vrosr tfiia Thaximum he will be prepared to his military And that he expects tobe forced to recede there al ready good Oneof these came from of that strong panGerman George Bern hardt in tljp Vosslsche Zeitung re cently whei he declared tould be seen daymore cleayy this war epuld hot be ended by any mili but political Proceeding he said The question is whether we want to end the war by an international peace conference or in separate as we have done so themselves at this time than separate peaces mean protracted Ian LETHBRIDGE WOULD LIKE A VISIT FROM United States will have one million for which we need not only strong i hut food and raw which can only be obtained from our enemies i The Russian bridge that we have built in the East is not safe enough is under arrest charged withxaccepting a bribe from a John an Austrian living ill is accused of threatening to shoot President John aged a resident of Stratford for 25 years died after an illness more than a Alfred Washington Guest Han a London has been Ranger is a blind law New York hotel proprietors predict the possibility having to close their dining if present labor troubles jtroops in France by July This is for us to engage a new campaign several months ahead of the sche with tne mere chance of securing 0 years as reeva of the At Detroit seven men were burned and one when three bombs exploded on the British war tank Northern District of Montreal has seceded trorn the Quebec PrpvlnWal Womens Un Hastings County Councildecidedto continue Its grant of per to the Canadian Patriotic Fund for the rest of the Cannifton honored the Reeve in recognition of 42 years in public life and nearly thanks to the British and Already reason makes it imperative that the peace1 shipbuilding program and the success tr6aty of BrestLitovsk be VVe might also offer a separate peace the British fleet in dealing theTlrpitz Ganada has a very lively interest in ll Prance but on such terms that Cabinet would care to reject would mean its what Uncle Sam is doing to turn the owll tide of victory definitely to side One of the things we must never of the We know that the people of the United States have been proud of what the Canadians have done on the Western front and we like to feel that our opportunity for reciprocal pride Is at That is why the plan of sending a a separate neither ready to sacrifice France nor even to make We must remember England will strain every nerve to end this war with a baitalion of soldiers through general peace for such a Canada on their way to the front was i conference is Englands best What mutit we fiprmann do thftn in Hiich a way do is TO use England ae a mediator between ourselves and Our peace offer to France must he made direct nor mint we offer Kngland for England is The splendid 1 try to act tlons between the two countries for i tint we shall signs are not wanting the conference the past century were further cement1 room with as many friends as pos lid by such We would like to see some soldiers visit Lethbridge as they have Moose Jaw and other points along the main Probably it would be Impossible eecure a visit from a whole but when the battalion is going through the West It might be possible to hava 31 least a company routed this would be proud of an op portunity to do honor to the Sammies and we hope the local authorities will endeavor to have a visit paid this city fey portion of the next batta ton crossing that the temporary military superior ity Germany gained through the defec tion of the Allies is quickly and that political intrigue will short ly be resorted to in order that fier many may gain by this course that which fine sees herself unable t by means of her armies iu the WILL MAKE THEM WORK MORE HOURS June An reached today liy civil engineer of Ot has been appointed to the posi tion of superintendent of the Banff National Major Dean Starr Is to continue as chaplain of the King ston including Barriefield Peter Bryce urged pensions for widows in an appeal at theses sion of the Toronto MethodistCon r Tho Presbyterian held in wasbrouglvt to a last Colin Flfetcher be elected as Washington reports that as a rank and farmers according to income tax re j Robert a New York brokers has been found guilty of fori gcries amounting to over a million Washington expects to envelop a niimbur of prominent IrishAmerican in her espionage dragnet formerly a sec retary at the Embassy in Lon IK iindsr arrest in New York in trade plot a grandson of Governor of the Hudson THE WESTS POSITION GN THE Calgary Herald touched the apre of the whole tariff question in tna other day when U said Are the manufacturers of Canada wllliujf that tariff affairs in the Do jnlulon should be divorced from poli tics Are they willing that there be protection for only such in as are able to prove before competuut aud fu biased I hut Iu the iutejfcdls of nal wollbelue they areenilileil tu it Arc they willing that such pro tection shall continue only until it nn be shown thai it is not easentlai to continued success of busi iitui House conferes on the iHgislallvH liay lle1 at He took uxocutlve and judicial apptal bill tne rebellion of providing that all government em yloyees In the civil establishments One of the wealthiest men in tho shall work eight hours daily instead resident in New has of seven at present beginning fulied to pay hia income which pay annually to CHARGED WITH i A thousand ironworkers in a Brook I lyn shipyard have gone on strike de MANHLAUCiHTER that they are lo a June Alonto engineer of the train which cauied the disaster to the circus train hear was charg ed with at the Inquest called as a declined to testify en advice from his As u result of a Iliret days drive among HIM iiilKJlHiso men ol lilt clly I of1 rfuskatoon in has been tu tlib Kud and liii udilltional yet lo be io it expeclfid will bu rdacliKil or abovu 1 Thomas Clyde died In Manitoba Provincial Red Cross fund now at Hegina has more Hum doubled her allotment In Ued Cross More than a thousand Middlesex farmers held thpir annual picnic Port Work of establishing the big steel shipbuilding plant at Halifax will be commenced next week Hamilton City Council will memor ialize the Governnipnt lo give con sideration to soldiers Fuel problem at and other border municipalities la more I critical than generally Labor is urgently needed to In tlitcut of sprneo in British Columbia for aeroplane Arthur of died following a lengthy He born in Urantford 50 years The advisability of seizing and bp eratlng telegraph linos in the States is under discussion at A bill authorizing the opening of IndianXlands for mining has been Introduced at Some cbal miners have been called according to a trade the Black According to the New York Citi zens Union the most urgent need in the Legislature Is some new Toronto needs five thousand dwell ing houses for working ac cording to a report presented by the Medical Health Although the school is not a large having a membership of less than the roll of honor shows that the Quebec High School has had 254 of its expupils serving in the Ot these 23 have boon killed and three hnvo won the Vic toria Some 60 or 60 hungry dough boys of the nrnjy gather ed up on tho streets and by Miss manager of tho Home Dellcntfessun In of hns been appointed of the Oddfellows Hellef Association of succeeding the late Robert of Peter president of tho Pen insula Ntttlonnl Hunk of was killed when his automohllo loft the Skyline boulevard ami rolled down a 20foot A ship and barge have brought gallons of Cuban toolnsses to Belleville from New York part of a shipment of several million gal lonsfor munitions s Alhans at has an honor roll of 130 old boys serving their Five have won the 10 the Military Medal and 24 have killed in At Chalmers Presbyterian at ihc Induction took place of Vancou who succeeds After filling the position of regis trar of deeds for North Grey slnco Robert McKnight died at Owon Born In ho was in his Ovillla aged three years was Instantly killed when a derrick fell on him while he playing on the deck of the barge at i Isabella of Alexauj a patient at the Eastern committed suicide by drowning in the River Lawrence opposite the The Ottawa Journal eays that Director of Dominion Ex perimental Farms is likely to be named Acting Deputy Minister of Ag succeeding when the Copyrights Department is transferred from Agricultural to either Trade and Commerce or Jus OHalloran is to be appoint ed chief of the Copyrights Kroin Our Own rvirrMnnmlfiul Diamond Juno at work Krlday ulRlit nt t Max Grlep RUfltainod bruises and cuts on thelegs nnd lioad by being dragged under n runaway trip ot nmpty between il and 7 is custohwry to Umvo a num ber fif cars standing between those slopes at the closing of tho morning for tbp night Those cnrs are left standing nil Incline sprng Grlep who was a attempt ed to lower them for li took a number and left four standing on the He was clingiuK to the I rear end of the trip when those on the incline broke overtaking running him down and dragging him a distance of ten or fifteen He was removed to the hospital where he Is attended by Inkrote and Is doing Output The output at li mine In crensed considerably the past two weeks under the able management of Parker and They have in stalled a new fan and practically nil tho rooms and narrow works are doublo shifted and nearly all miners are paid on contract We look forward for brisk times in j Diamond City during the fall and J The Dlamond City branch Red Cross doing The ladles meet at the school house every Wednesday j chief clerk at the mine office was kept very busy Krij day aud Saturday nights issuing re1 gistration The are holding their an nual hall June at and Hugh Scott spent j Saturday evening at Thomas Shannon was visiting friends Friday We all the ralu on Sun especially farmers and war gardens around AUSTRALIAS WAR EFFORT OUTLINED Juna neuters Oltnwn Agency Striking figures showing Australias groat war effort wore given by Premier Hughes at an Australian luncheon It was shown Australia liaden listed and thai nearly had been transported fourteen ilioiifiand Australia alone or ganizer and paid for the maintenance mid tin importation of this For last years she maintained five divisions In of one cavalry division In und Palestine and kein up allthe to strength by voluntary1 The Royal Australian Navy exceed ed nine thousand officers and It transpired in the Court women are earning their living collecting for charlty on a 2 per commission a Satisfy yoonetf on this cannot find another cigar so uniformly full fragrant and altogether satisfy ing the NOBLEMEN Have you smoked one lately NoH en 15 cent Delightfully Ricfi b 413 AUCTION SALE At the Lethbridge Sale and Feed JUNE 27th AT ONE OCLOCK FOLLOWING FIFTEEN SADDLE HORSES 4 to 6 years Partly 1100 to 1200 and these horses are bred up for the They are nil These horses are sired by the noted Moss HEAVY WORK HORSES 10 4 to 6 years 1400 to 1600 All these horses are broke to work and 6 Sets of Double Team 2 Sets of Single 3 Sets of Light Driving 4 Heavy Lumber 8 dairy Some fresh and some due to be fresh TERMS Auctioneer INSURANCE BE PREPARED HAIL FOLLOWS HOT WEATHER INSURE NOW There is no saving In Only reliable companies repre Gibbons Company Phone 1191 Balmoral Block HAIL Experience 1917 THERE WAS PAID FOR HAIL INSURANCE IN SASKATCHEWAN ALBER TA HAIL INSUR ANCE LOSSES TOTALLED EVEftv LINE COM PANY PAID ITS LOSSES IN SINCC INCORPORA TION THE BRITISH COMPANY HAS PAID OVER IN v Doesnt this appeal to you as a good reason why you should in sure with British America Be safe er than aorry and apply new by letteror telephone Nelson and Company 41fi Fifth Street Lethbncfie f Albert FARMERS You know that rain at this time of Ilia after a contin ued spell of dry Is almost Invariably accompanied by Thin has been shownby the recent Hail Storms in North Eastern NOT DELAY Protect youv Crops right away in the strongest Urit MI Couipany licensed in the Huil HAIL INSURANCE i n cognized as one of the ex paiisen of ami you arc uly running ua rink in putting off gotilng cover We want your businesB and give you in exchange Service and Security We are Local Agents for the Employers Liability Assurance UIMITBD Winnipeg Fire UNDERWRITERS AGENCY and other First Class Hall Insur ance and can cover you OR WRITE ARTHUR MITCHELL Phone 449 Conybiare Block LETHBRIQQE And it Vulcan ;