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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 29, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOUR THC LETHBtttDGB DAILY HPHALD tCbe Iberalfc AND WttKLV and LETHBRIDQE HERALD PRINT INQ LIMITED Ml 6th Street Buchanan President and Managing Director fohn Tortahce BualneCi Its Qbout as a designation na over was Business OKice Witorfcl Subscription per per year by per year by per year by per year to 00 CROP OUTLOOK SOMEWHAT A a resTilt of fflins this week the crop outlook le distinctly better than wns the last Though Lrthbildgf has recorded only one nuartor of an inch of prcctpitatton during the thovo have been many pnrts of district where from halt to an Inch of rain has fallen and in Uieso favored areas the farmers ex pect from half to threequarters of a provided conditions from now till harvest arc Certainly wo cannot this year of a groat but wo still fiavo taking the whole railway district Into con Fay ed feo rt have adopt tit theUnited thelr national tion IfMJrlWnii and Brit ish Twelve nurses from Torontohospi tals wore among those who received awards fftim the British military of In a collision between freight trains at wo will havo a ton or living at twelve bushel This Is a disI killed under the ditched tinct There is just ono matter about Tho seventh annual report of the Toronto llydroelctcrlc system for Datei of expiry of subscriptions BB pear dally on address label Accept ance of papers explratitu oate to etu authority to continue the sub THE PROGRESS OF THE British and French attacks on the western front yesterday which netted them gains of a mile or more in depth and on a three or four mile In addition to this many pri soners were There is nothing new to report from the allied of allied intervention of some kind In Russia grows every The reports of the overthrow of the Bolshevik government are being ac cepted with until more defin ite and more reliable newe is forth which The Herald would like to utter iiowed a surplus of a word of warning in connection with after all charges had been our this Some tamers aro rh lioTaing up Slfliott Ep talklng already of ploughing up their junk at the point of a re and summerfallowtng the land for next The plan Is alright the farmer is sure that will not come through so as to bo worth But in the case of a crop which would come through and yield j even five bushels to the acre we think the farmer should hesitate to plough it up at this Five bush els to the acre will return seed and But besides five the acre will be worth a great deal to the In our opinion a five bushel crop is worth even though the cost of harvesting may bo We must produce every bushel possible this and every hundred bushels a farmer can market will count in the and compelling him to hand Wilfrid 16 years old and John aged were ar rested at Windsor by provincial of who trailed the young bandita by the aid of a TUBER BOYS PLAN BIG ATHLETIC MEET CANADAS FIFTY FIRST i On Monday Canada will thejfijtyfirst anniversary of Confed Tomorrow marks the con clusion of our fiftyfirst veaivqf prac tical and JiVfUtlng that it should v marked5 in the churches throughout the lengthand the servicesol a Of Canadas growth Confed eration we have heard a in the past few years wonderful resources and possibilities But Canada is than her She has assumed world of nations a which her citizens have gained for hereby tftfir Efforts in the great Cpnada is greater today than In the proportion thatvehVllps men and materials of war during the past twelve is greater because she the principal of compulsory military service in the war against German soul is expand ing in proportion as she is giving of her best to make the world safe against such crimes as have been perpetrated by the Huns in the past lour So Mondays celebration of Canadas birthday is not merely an opportunity to mark Sur material is our opportunity to take stock of our selves to decide of as an individual is doing possible that Canadas part in thewider field of world polities may be greater in fiftysecond year of our countrys history than in the year just clos THE TAX 1918 tax rate of which was struck largest In the Naturally not be therei talk someMime ajpo oftfte slpillty of 30 an analysis that the inerSasd so great ter of the levy is was last the sink ing be computed on a five jier basis The reduc tiomin the assessment offsets any possible reduction the mill heiifiej advertising the is nothing to boast The principal increase this year is due to the larger amount needed for public school An Increase In requirements of nearly is This is due to the higher sal aries demandedby the members of the teaching also to the fact thafa irowWg school popu lation demanda a greater number of Hopes for a lower tax rate for this Southern Alberta me committee and plannec meet in Taber for Do July Therewill be a athletic sports From Our Own Correspondent June for the of Court is proceeding at present Huss left for Rochester on Wednesday afternoon to un dergo treatment in the hospital there for from which he has been sufferingseriously since the begin ning ofthe McKinnon secretary of YANKS OR WHICH SHALL IT BE The Vancouver Sun balks at Hopes of alower tax rate for some years to come are One item in yesterdays local news tells the The amount of property reverting tp the city through the fail ure of theowners to pay their tax arrears is this Lethbridge Is not only city in the that will have higher tax ratea in future because of this Every city i in Alberta will come toit Just as soon as tax sales are IsaacBmb no slnte 18 ve died at Chicago recently atUhe W lad not eateii oxceift or 40 Nurse Edltti formerly matron of Ktfotenily eral hns awnrdedthe loyal Red Cross of the second Peter aged 37 otmd dead In the county jail at Port Ho was a deserter from the German Tho army casualty list at Washing on contains tho name of Theodore Hewitt wounded ot and the arrest of tho other Adelard John fWXirtied was fotind from ear to In A boarpnf house In Tfcero uppeliw to ue some doubt as to whether IV was a case ot suicide or At the Association of Me made an snifttanco for the ewing to deficit Plan Womens School the spognomen So dp To jcall soWier Sammies is almost as bad as calling a grownup man every Bill knows how that Of course the idea in calling the soldiers south of the line Sam mies is to work in somehow the fact that they are fighting for Uncle Hut Uncle Sam is a different ot guy altogether than The it persist in referring to their new Allies as thip Yanks and by cognomen American cousins are apparently lined to be known in whethefi they like it or And it isnt a bad name ai that By derivation it is supposed to be an Indian uorrnption of the word Eng pronounced and then by easy transition All through Latin America the people of the United States ard known not in the least in a slangy or disparaging but be cause the American is hold I to apply propftJy to the whole con Tha only real objection to the word the inhabitants of the southern Durijig the Qivil war they were accustomed torefer to the northerners contemptuously as Since that time tlie eruer may have leanieii tu IUVB hUi cnemy as but to be called u Yank stems fO JiiiH like ruljblng It The and I ho noimni er for that ought to be profoundly thankful that such aniX trescence as tiaiiuny will not sur The Toronto Globe pays the Mon treal Gazette a letijhanded compli ment by saying A newspaper has been established in Vienna exclusively for the aristo the big business and the members of the Upper Apparently it alms to be the Montreal Gazette of King George is discovered learning how to pitch a Next we find him sitting at an oilclothcovered eating buckwheat cakes and maple If old Kaisar Bill thinks we arent a democratic just let him hear of Georges And eating buckwheat cakes and pitching basibatlHIsnt bad for ajmofr more almonry monarch Georgft tSow than From Our Own and dur ing Baseball teams Grassy Bow SEaber take in th the afternoon there will also be a talk given Taylor national boys work secretary and superiuten danfoT the Soldiers of flie Soil Ipove ment in lie meeting will be held either onlh Recreation Grounds or in the Metho dist when addresses given by Taylor Wright superintendent for British Co umbia and and i number of medals will be presented t local Soldiers ofrthe Admlssio to the grounds for Boy andgirds Redletter the day an the evenj and come and boost for the We listened with much delight on Wednesday afternoon to the patter of the window Our bnlj regret was that Ihe sweet music last ed but a short In these days playing Jojinuy should be gagged and tied upt We dont want any more of go to AndCome again another Little Johnny wants to A successful service was held in Knox manse on Jflnb enjoyable pro gram of muolc was rendered by Miss Kathleen Howell Ice cream tea and lemonade were We are strong on dog every little bit of acur in town has had to cough up or or its we have had a complete inventory taken of all our No tap is to bo allowed to run a drop of water We must pay full fare for the whether the water runs half time or We have also been notified that a house to house search1 will be madefor surplus sugar and Back have been vig ilantly cleaned up whnrR thr owners have Ixien and the expenses charged to their as it should be We havo been encouraged further to beautify our lawns and developin production in our but isnt iL funny that there is no in terference with tho cattle and horses roam our We hear their Kontlo putter on at tha midnight used to It was tin pijllceman on Wo see heir cards on our lawns and their ravages in our They have bo rouio a a plague our new pound stands empty vagrant Impudently rub i iluinsclves on its wiroa and an tlii Dnkc of wortliy I town Wu Intfiinl pointing on in when he coiiHH this curious reversion to primitive man iVfers iiskiiiK him if this is duo tr Vunt of In ou In tho as our towi conndiHgr too busy to impound thes that our dogs be not tmd humiliated ht The first fine reported in Saskat chewan levied against a man who ailed to produce his registration cer Iflcato was one of assessed against Albert Killlan at John Deputy Librarian at he Parliament lied at the General and Marine hos where Ive had ben a patientfor past three Texas became a bone stato when approximately 750 saloons closed under a statutory statewide prohibition act of the thirty fifth Six persons were arrested and charged with breaches of the Ontario Temperance Act In connection with alleged smuggling of alcohol from Montreal in tea One of the known cortmercla travelers in Southgate died at his home in aged sfxtynine from heart trouble and other Rambonnett has resigned the portfolio of Minister of Jonk her Minister of will tem porarily fill the position vacated by The Dutch grain ehip Stella has ar rived at Rotterdam from New She is the second vessel loaded with grain to Holland from America this ExReeves and Deputy Reeves of Waterloo presented the for mer who recently resigned after thirtyfiVe years ser with an address and a gold headed V4 A quarrel between two men in Mon arising Tfoin a dispute between theirrespective ended in the death of one bf Joseph The of the Asso ciated In New has eslab A don of the late Joan tho FrendhSociaiist who was as Paris on tho eve of tho outbreak of the Is reported miss It Is not known whether he was killed or taken Because Harry charged with making falso statements as to the age of his 15yoarold kiss ed the bride In tho his fatherinlaw asked that tho be doubled and his request was a treasury of Intimated to 600 midwestern bankers that money wduld be con scripted If It did not come more free Hereafter the bankers agreed to take treasury Amongst the Canadian chaplains at the front who have been specially mentioned by Field Marshal Haig in despatches recently were Bishop do Canon and the Stuart and liehed a system of employes disability and death effect ive July and has set aside in Liberty bonds from its emergency reserve funds for tho in auguration of the John Stephenson of Aurora died at his home that town after a long He was born in and has been a resident of Aurora most of his where he had taken a prominent part in religious and so cial John of died at his home in that town after a long He was born in 1840 and has been a resident of Aurora most of his life where he has taken a prominent part in religious and so cial of the air one of the noted French aviators who escaped from prieon in Germany and resumed his has been serious ly wounded in a fight wth an enemy the Havas Agency The bomb thrower of Mezergues ma chinewas killed in the The two new wooden recent ly launched from the Quinlan and Robertson shipyards at to be converted into steam freight carriers In the service of the Imperial Govern Horn pur Own June Atthelr last tosh and lo who Is loavlng to help Uncle pnt down onr friend MH and dancfng nlho evening Very ptrtfttg evening fyke was presented with A pocket Jjteck wllh fountain pen and MjhitoBh with hand July lor the grwt day of By one can to gfreat given find will be passed the fegtttrars hlvinit had ipty A f o irfeetfng the members of the Women a tttstlMUo decided to allocate the net proceeds they obtained from their re cetlt play as follows tolthe local Red Cross to tho Provincial Red Cross to tho military hospital at Ogdcn to tho Knights of Pythias for the ueo of tho hall and tho bal ance Is being kept in They are also considering a community can ning outfit which is thought will be a very great help to district as well as doing valuable work at tho The committee who have the in hand be very Alt Is no sport on J the sum nBnp TUB reports friths teachers f pleased to hear frohiiftny ladles who aro Interested In thta A let ter h4iB ftHso baeli received secretary ot the ihstltttte from the matron of tho military hospital at Og saying Jhftt fit was almost impos sible to secure fowls and asthey havo pome very sick men there tho present time any ono who can spare si fowl may be assured it will be a very welcome All gifts of this character may bo express free and addressed to tho Military Any further informa tion wanted locally will be gladly given by The Sunday School here are put ting on tho patriotic service next July A joint service with the Mormon congregation will bo All friends and members are cordially asked to be out for this Farewell To Last evening a very pleasant little party was held tho homo of Harris to say farewell to our school Pyke and Mias Mcln fo1 the eesslon nrfoMqwi Term Promoted to Grade Cran stown Shirley Noble Vander Wondo Wilbur Kaake Claude Hunt Corlene Benolt Promoted to Grade Noblo Minnie Wltliage Per centage of June Term Eric Promoted to Grade Buchanan Promoted to Grade Bu John Bergstrom Vernlo Harris Anthonla Vonden yon Julia Benolt Raymond Hunt Herbert Bergvtrom Edith Dalgleish Promoted to Grade Goldertoos Lillian Hunt Donald Buchanan Percentage of attendance for at the Louise are making good headway with the installation of their Germany has accepted tho Invita tion of the United States to send re presentatives to Switzerland for a conference on August with an American delegation on the gen eral subject of exchangee and treat ment of of There has lately been a serious out break In this country of that terrible disease which is sometimes know nas woolsorters A number of human boings were attack Xd as well as and for a time the cause was a This mys tery has been solved by the medical officer of health for the County of and the infection has been traced to shaving brushes made of ment during the war and now docked hair imported from June even ing u light sliowcr ofrain with cool win At lrldiiy we would Himgext llux million rain beRun in j be made of the cattl lasting till It wiia flleuflyj and radlnii ot tw I a asking tindav tirsiiunr of lfInjjiiMCd un ta heavy tliiu he rlaht to tree travflliig In Jnu wit will of tindlsirirt report an Iiucliur ind wiM tin rain duriug thu afttijiuou WBii very heavy our and our lo of a part their earned sala wd iniKhi iifii1 tlio above tax lo sivo ilium a lionus in rccuKiiUion of their faithful and valued May Wednesday Herald PRESBYTERIAN Knox Church Corner 4th and 8th StrSM Pastor Acting during July and August the evening service will be held at instead of lorning Taylor Statten will be the Evening George Jackman will 0 Boys Big Sisters Bible Big prattlers Bible Other Department of Sun day School Chinese METHODIST THE UNITED GHimfH OF NORTtt LETHBRIDGE Pastor 1271 6th Phone 1659 10 Jbr Boys and Patriotic Uay srnrt National Day of Prayer Services by the Patriotic Service by beeln nors and primary in thQ Roys anelAdult in tho Wesley Church Residence 320 llth Phones Parsonage Church Study 408 Claude Director 11 Morning Worship The Na tions Call to Everyone in terested ought to Commun ion service at the close of the morn ing Bible School and Bible Special patriotic Evening Service Tay lor Statten of regarded by many as the greatest boys leader in the Dominion will Medals to the boys engaged as will bo Every teen age boy of the city ought to be ANGLICAN Cyprians Church 11tn Street and 8th Canon Rector BAPTIST First Baptist Church 3rd and 9th Pator Services at 11 and The Peace The Empires What Is Its Nature Has She the Right to Issue It Why Respond Sunday School 12 Baptisms at tho All are Welcome at These Christian Church 3rd and 8th Oliver Pastor 612 Seventh Street South Phone 502 in Sunday School at Morning Service will observe the call for National Prayer for the Christian Endeavor ut in tho Preaching at Evening subject The Choice of Public cord ially CHRISTIAN SCIENCE CHRISTIAN SCIENCE SOCIETY Hull 7th Street Sunday Service at 11 Subject Christian Sunday School convenes after tho morning Wednesday Testimony ing at 8 readlpRroom is open daily ex legal from nd JUttbor Christian Science be or The public is cordinlly Invited to at tend the church also to visit the reading SALVATION ARMY tho government and officers In him set aside as a day of National Prayers Tho ucrl 11 a nnd vices will bo in accord with thit pro Sunday 2 Holy 8 j 8 Intercession oorvico uiul special ad fiorp dross at 11 Kvoblng prayer at 2 Ilomo 730 pm Ufe Saving Scouts and Guards I plead tho attendance of every The Citadel Band In membor at the 11 oclock Sujiduy and Thursday Services While men aro fighting Everybody Fraijpe let us plead for tJpir pro tectfbjt and PUCCPHS before QOOS throne here in brMiae DmCorels ToProclaim the Glud Tidings of the Kingdom of Subject The Sign of the Coming of the Son of 4 Wednesday S Hiblc Claw All No PENTECOSTAL 205 Thirteenth Ms 16th Suiuluy and S j and i NORTH LETHBMIDGE GOSPEL HALL Late fitli llaptiut Church Spiiiliir John lllth Sunday il liuhpcl Addriisii HAIL 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 EVERY LINE COM PANY PAID ITS LOSSES IN SINCE INCORPORA TION THE BRITISH AMERICA ASSURANCE COMPANY HAS PAID OVER IN Doesnt thit appeal to you at a good reason why you chould Irv sure with British America Bf safe rajtter aorry and apply now Utter or telephone NeUon and Company 41 Fifth Street Lethbridpe ;