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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - June 29, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOUn THE LETHBRTDGE DAILY HERALD SATliMDAY, .TUNE 29. 1918 Xetbbtiboe lycxnib 'lLctbbli^ac, HlUerta DAILV ANO WtEKUY Proprfetopa and Pubtl�har� VHC LETHBRIDGE HERALD PRINTING COMPANY, LIMITCr 23 6th Street South. Lethbrldpe W. A. Buchanan FreBldent and Managing Director John Torianco  � Buslnt?i Manasor '� T2LF.PH0NE9 Business Ofdco .............. Editorial Ottic* .............. vivo, It's .'iliout ns poor, a ilosiKnation ns rviT was iioriiotratod. Subscription Rate.ii Dally, Celivered. per woek......10 Dally, delivered, per year .....$5.00 DMIy, by mail, ror year ......H.OO Weekly, by mall per year .....Jl-50 Weekly, by mnll, per year to D.S..M 00 Dates of expiry of subscriptions &3-pear dally on address label Acceptance of papers f^ito. expiratku onto ts our autiority to continue the subscription. THE PROGRESS OF THE WAR. Uritlsh and French opened attacks on t!ie vestern front yostcrday which nettod them gains of a mile or more in depth and on a three or four miic front. In addition to this many prisoners were t.iken. There Is nothing new to report from the allied front. Possibllay of allied intervention of some kind In Huasl.i grows every day. The reports of the overthrow of the Bolshevik government are being accepted with reserve, until more definite and more reliable news is fonh-coniiug. CROP OUTLOOK SpMEWHAT BRIGHTER.: As a result of r.liiis thij; week the crop outlook it: ili.�timtly better than wan tlie ea.-;e wee'.c-oiid. Thou.cli t.othlii'id.itP hhs recordrd only-- olic-nuarti'i- of ail inch of procipitatSon iliiriiip the woik, Ihovo have been many jijirts of the district where-front half to an iiu-h of rain has fallen and in thefo favored ari-at; the farmers expect from lialf to tliree-iiuarters of a crop, provided conditions from now till harvest are normal. Certaitily wo cannot hoafyl this year of a great crop, hut wo etiU havi- hopes, that. tal17. sliuved a surplus of $;!4,.'>00 after all cliMfgp,s lind boon met, ("harmed 'witli holiling up Slpion Kp-stc !i. junk dealer, at the point of a revolver, aiul eompoliing him to liand over Wilfrid Doaiie. U years old and .ichri Flbo'iSis, aged i;!, wore arrested at Windsor by provincial ot-icor.s. wlio trailed the yoting bandits by the aid of a bioodliound. BER BOYS PLi eiGAIHLETIC � lET liAy CANADA'S FIFTY-FIRST ANNIVERSARY. V - lS(iM31S. On Monday Canada will celebrate tho; fijty-tirst anniversary of cfintcd-eratlon. To-morrow uiarke the conclusion of our fifty-first year -of practical solf-governmenf, and it l�lRtlng that it should be. tharked' iii the churches throughout the lehgih and breadth ot. the lafld- ,by setVices .ol a patriotic nature. � ^ Ot Canada's growth since*Confederation we have heard a great-deal in tho past few years-Qf.hfr wonderful , resources and possibilities we -know. But Canada Is greater.to-day than har resources. She has iissumed  In. ihe �world of nations a place, which her. citizens have gained for hoi- by tlieir efforts in the great war. dfinada'" is greater to-day tha.n she was.^8.}^e:ir aso in the proportion that-"eiitf Ijfis" contributed men and materials of war during the past twelve months. S.he Is greater because she has accepted the principal ot compulsory military service in the war against German' militarism. Canada's .soul is ; e.^p^iid-liig in proportion as she is giving of her best to make the world safe against such crimes as have baen perpetrated by the Huns in the past four years.. . ., . So Mondays celebration of Canada's birthday is not merely an opportunity to mark tfur material growth.-It is our opportunity to take stock of our-ficlves to decide whether.each ot us, as an indivlduali is doing all, possible that Canada's part in the'wider field of world politics may be greater in tho fifty-second year of our country's history than in the year just closing. i "YANKS" OR "SAMMIES"- WHICH SHALL IT BE? The Vancouver Sun balks at the jCognomen "Sammies," So'dp we. To call VS. soklier Sammies is al'most da bad as calling a grown-up unan V/illie-and every Bill knows how that feels. Ot course the Idea in calling tho soldiers fioulh ot the line Sammies is to work in somoliow the fact that they aro lighting for Uncle Sam. But L'ncle Sam is a differeiit �ort bf guy altogether than Samm^. The QrltlBh, it .seems, persist in referring to thoir new Allies as ^h'e "Yanks" and by thia, cognomen  our^ American couBlns are apparently dcgr'. fined to be known in lilstory, whetJierj they like it or not. And It Isn't a_ bad namo ai thati By derivation it is supposed to be an' Indian corruption of the word "Eng^ lish," pronounced "Kngeese," and then by easy transition "Yankees," All through Latin America the people oi the United States ard , known as,Yankees, not in th,e least in ' a slangy or disparaging way, but bo-causB HieMcVni; "American" is liold to apply'p'rojiej'Jy to the. whole continent. - Tho only real objection to thii word comes, .Irooi. Uie Inhabitanta of the s.outhern states., Dijripg the qIvII war tliey wore accustomed toretor to the northerners contemptuously as "Yunks." Since Uxat time tlio souUi-oruur may havQ learned to iov*; lilis �nomy as himself, but to be calle-d a "Yank" seenjs _to'Jtli|i. l^o bBi^ratiiiir IJItO'ruliblrig It'In. The southerner, and Ibe norOiern-er also, tor that matter, ought to bo ]uofoundiy thankful that such an_ex-croBconco as "bummy" will not sur- THE GROWING  �:  ' TAX RATE. - The ll'lS tax rale of HI.7 mills, which was struck ye'sterday, ifi tlie largest in the h.istpry of ., the cM-y.' Naturally it .will not bo rocQiv'ecV with, vcr.v good grace. ospQclalty-as tiiere 'wai talk some tiino-a^o of-the pos-' slbiUty or.a .riite^."undfer'30 ntjlV. . ' , (�^HlQwever, an analyjfis of ,th.e ne\v Tate shows that the incrfe'asd -f� not'i so great a3,it,inay appe'ar."As-a^.tuat-" ter of fact, thercity's'pbTflon-^of 'the levy Is less'lftnn .it was last year, dqo chiefly ^o'-'tho'fact.: that tho sinking f�njtJ--\yill be computed on a five per cent, basis hereafter. Tho rcduc-tlpn> in the assessment offsets any possible reduction }t\ tho mill rate, haitcej tor advertisfag purposes, the jrtii.e is nothing to boast about. The principal increase this year is due to the larger amount needed for public school purposes. An increase in requirements of nearly .$15,000 is shown. This is due to the higher salaries 'tlemanded-by the members of the teachlilg profeksioii, and ?lso to the fact that a growing school population demands a greater number of teachers'. ' '  .* � Hopes tor a lower tax rate for this year ^a.vo � t^ereldriS'l'een* "banisneli; Hopes of a- lower tax rate for some years to oome are also.baijishpd. Oqid item in yekterday's local news tells the reason. The amount of property reverting to the city through tlie failure of the'owmers to pay tiiclr tax arrears is this cause. Lethbridgo is not .the only city in the West that will hare higher tax ratos in future because of this reason. Every city in -Mherta will cbrae toltJust as soon as lax sales are staged. Tho Toronto Globe pays the .Montreal Gazetto a lef'4-handed compll. ment by saying:  A newspaper has been established in Vienna exclusively for tho aristocracy, the big busluess interests, and the Memliers of the Upper Chamhcr. Apparently it aims to be the .Montreal Gazette of Austria. King George is discovered learning how to pitch a baseball. Next we find hira sitting at an oilciotli-covered lable eating buckwheat cakes and maple syrup. If old Kaisar Bill thinks we aren't a democratic lot, just let him hear of Ki&K George's pranks. .-Vnd eating buckwheat cakes and pitching has'JiballB'isn't bad biiijttiess for ,V)VneiTy rponarch ^ftliar,i'^Vo^hfnk more'-of 'klriil Georgft tiow tlian'o^er. EODOISIRICI (From Our Own  Corri'snf'nO'^nt) Macleod,. Jifne /rhur,sday ovon-Ing !i liglit shower of "ratn (oil, wltli [cool wind. At vkli, the i6ciil committee and planned a.-Tjoys' -atiiletic meet in Taber for Do-'m'i'nlon Xixy, July .1st. There will be a bas-3bai;,:'tournament, athletic sports, wrestling, .jboxing and tumbling, during tha-'airternoon.. Baseball teams from, � LVtltbritlge, Grassy Lake, Bow I.-laiiirrfml laber vyill tako part, in the touruameut: 'During the afternoon there will also be a talk given'by Taylor Statten, national Y.M.C.A. boys' work secretary and superlnten-danf of the Soldiers o� flic Soil iBove-ment in Cana'da. lii'Uie.tJveiflfife ,ij-pub-lio meeting will he held either oh 'the Recreation Grounds or in the Methodist Church, when addresses will-be .given by Taylor Statten, Mr. Wright, S.CS. -superintendent for Britisli Columbia and .-Vlberta, and others. A number of medals will be presented to local' Soldiers of. the Soil, Admission to the grounds for adults. :;3c. Boys and girls free. Red-letter the day and the evei\t and come and boost for the boys. ' . Wo listened with much delight on Wednesday afternoon to tho patter of ;ther.ain-op4he window pane. Our onij 're'gret was that Ihe sweet music last ed but a sl^iort time, in these droughty, days e*'ery wishing, playing :.Jo.hnuy should he gagged and tied up. We don't want any more of "Rain, rain, go to Spain, And'conie again another day, Little .lohnny -wants to play." A successful service was held in Knox Church manse on \Vodnesday' evening, .l.nn.fe-Jilth.;An enjoyable program of mu.^ie was rendered by .Mrs.' Donkin, .Mrs. Anderson, Mrs. HilUhg-, mier, Mrs./Fainter, .Mrs. Bryan, Miss-Bryan, -Miss Kathleen Rowley, .Mr.'-Donkou, Mr. Howell Jones. Ico cream' cake, sandwiches, tea and lemonade were served. We are strong on dog taxing- every little bit ot a-cur in town has had to cough up $2 or or forfeit its lii'e-and we liave had a ('ompiete Inventory taken of all our laps. No tap is to bo allowed to run a drop of water free. We must pay full fare tor the tap, too, whnllier the water runs half lime or not. \\c have also been notified that a house to house soarclv will he mndty for surpUis sugar and flour. Back,yards, too, have been vigilantly cieaiied up whnrb the ownor.s. have Ixien dilatory, and: tho expenses charged to thoir account, as it should bo! We liavo been encouraged further, to boautif.y our lawns and develop-In-creBH'ert' production in our gardens,-, but, isn't it funny that there I.s no interference witii tiio cattle and hor.ses' thiit roam our streets. We hear thoir gentlo. patter on tlie^sidawalHs at tho'.j midnight ii'oui^ � Wo us.e4 to vthink It v.'as tlip piTHceman'on Jpatrol. We see their cards on our lawn.s and their ravages in our gardens. They Iiavo bo-coiiio a nuisance, a post, a plague, "i'ot our new pound Ktands empty, t-,Viii'. vagrant .iitox:|t. impudently ruh' iliemselvoH on Its wirtw anuposts and l)Iess thi- Duke, of .-Srgyio'-our wortiiy town eoimcil. Wo intend pointing out to .Mr. lU-rlisuian wlien ho t^omes this curious rever.Hiou to primitive man-iiWh littid asking iilm if this is duo to' lli^'ridvont of CUiautautiua in our mjtl^? In tho meantime, as bur town coun'dil.ii-:'too busy to impound thosa v%rtd,y^ Kiin.s, and, tliat our dogs be' not nonplussed imd humiliated 'ho--;' -.VOHfl'meaSiire, wf; would Hiiggest IliilC-an inventory., be made ot the eatllo' and' IrorsRSLfiH'ltnin '^^ radius 'or 'twp'br--Imiioaed on fcach-tli'lB-tax .,;iving;lhf;iji ^he .right to wandttr-tree \ y...ui.>j,i;^ud/;il4'Wi^>4iur Btri^,et�-.:an^-e'^ter 'bi'ir B:itctc)9fi'.lit,.will. JjiBt'iiad..o�vtrying -16 '..IfW (ni'i'';;lt!a(;1ierK 'Vnil of' a paVt' of ies, wo iiiiglit nso tho nbovo tax to givo thoiii eacli a bonus in recognition of their faitlitul and valued aorvlcoB. Isaac-Bmbltriin, 'a^tesldonl. ot Namnl-mo sinco lS8a,>i� deiiU. He .waa a native ot.Wvorpiol, uRcd 63/ � LaTOhls PiiiikelatlBln.'.who died at Chicago recently at-tho ago ot 109, had not 'eaten nieat, except chicken, for 40 years. ,, ' j ' Nurao Edith Lumsdon, formerly matron: ot the IvUotcnay Lako General Hospital, has been awartlod- tho Royal Rod Cross of the second cIbbs. Peter H. Moss, aged HT years, was found dead In the county jail at Port Huron. Ho was a deserter from tho German arniy. Tho army casualty list at Washington contains tho namo ot Lieut. Tiioodore S. Slen, Hewitt Landing, Sask., wounded severely. \ Tho first fine reported In Saskatchewan levied against a man who failed to produce ills registration certificate was one of $i; assessed against Albert Killiau at Colgate. .Tohn W, Coy, Deputy Librarian at tlie Parliament Buildings, Toronto, died at the General and Marine hospital, where he had ben a patient-tor the past three months. Texas became a bone a to ho some doubt as to whether It was a case ot auleido or murder. : y , , ^- At the Ottt't^i .mii.tliit. Association convonttoft:l)r.000 in Liberty bonds from its emergency reserve fends for the inauguration of the plan. Mr. John W. Stephenson of Aurora died at his homo in that town after a long illness. Ho was born in l.'!-(0. and has been a resident of Aurora most of his lite, whore ho had taken a prominent part in religious and social work. John 'VN'. Stephenson, ot Aurora, died at his home In that town after a long Illness. Ho was born In 1840 and has been a resident ot Aurora most of his life whore ho has taken a prominent part in religious and social work. Lt. Mozcrgues, ot tho air service, one of the noted French aviators who escaped from prison in Germany and resumed his flights, has been seriously wounded in a fight w'th an enemy airplane, tho Hava.s Agency reports. The bomb thrower ot Mezcrgucs' machine was killed In the encounter. The two new wooden ships, recently launched from the Quinlan and Rohortson shipyards at Llmllou, to be converted into steam freight carriers In the service ot the Imperial Government during the war and now docked NOBLEFORD WILL CELEBRATE FIRST I'liin Day of Sports-Wontcn.'s Inatitiite �- School Reppi't �' (I'l-om 6ur Own Corrc.-tptmdonl) Nobloford, Jnno 2S.-At.their last niecUng tho moinbers ot tho Women's luslinUo decided to allocato tho not proceeds they obtained from Iholr ro-ceilt play as I'ollows: to'liio locsil Red Cross; $2,'> to tho Provincial Red Cross; to tlio military liospitnl at Ogdcn; to tho Knights of Pythias for the ueo of iho ball and tiio bal-auco Is being kept In hand. Thoy are hIso" considorlug a community canning outfit which la thought will bo n very great iielp to tho, district as well us doing valuable work at tho present time. Tho committoo who I'.ave tho matter In hand will bo very pleased to iioar froiurftny ladles who are interested In this quoptlon. A letter Ims Blfeo ba�n �� received by. tho KPcrotary of tho instltiito from ' the matron of tho military hospital at O.g-(len. .Saying.that It was almost inipos-sltilo 'to secure' fowls and as they havo .'oino very sick men thoro at the proJieut time any ono wlio can spare a tow! may bo assured it will bo It very welcomo gift. All gifts of this charaotor may bo sent express free and addressed to tho military hospital. Ogden. Any ttirthor information wanted locally will bo gladly given by Mrs. B. M. Smith. Tho Sunday School here aro putting on tho patriotic service next Sunday, July 7th. A joint servlco with tlio Mormon congregation will bo held. All I'riends and members are cordially asked to bo out tor this service. Farewell To Teachers. Last evening a very pleasant little party was held at tho homo ot J. Harris to say farewell to our school teachers, E. M. Pyko and .Miss Mcin- tosh iind also to V. M, ^peck, who la lenvlng to holp Undo Sam put down our friend Bill, Cards, music and dancing, pagscd tho evening very quickly. During tho ovoning Mr. Pyko was preaonled with a pocket hook, Mr. Siieck with a fountain pon and Miss MeJntoah with a hand glftse. Sports July lit. All la now Bet for tho great day of sport on .Tuljr iBt By what ono can hear, thoTO .Arc goln? to bO;a gfeat nuniheV^6f enlrlok and given find weather,a groat day will bo spent. Iieristrrfifon last Saturday passed ot| /t^i-'y/snccosshilly,' tho registrars .la'ClaH8i-.Mooting .for Boys and Girls. ;^ , !.';'. )' Palriotui; Dtiy an� National Day ot Prayer Services conducted by the pastor. 2.00 p.m.; Patriotic Service by hOKin-nci-B and primary dopts, in tho hall. 2.00 p.m.; Oirla. Boys anttAdult Depts. In tho Church.' Patriotic servioo. METHODIST Wesley Church ' Rev. Chas. E. Cragg, B. D., Pastor. nealdence 320 11th St. S. Phones: ' Parsonage 404, Church Study 408 Claude Hug.hes, L.A.B., Mus. Director 11 a.m.; Morning Worship: "The Nation's Call to Prayer." Everyone in-terdsted ought to respond. Communion service at the close of the morning service. 12,00 Bible .School and Biblo Classes, Special patriotic service. 7.30 p.m.: Evening Service: Mr. Taylor Statten ot Toronto, regarded by many as the greatest boys' leader In tho Dominion will speak. Medals to tho boys engaged as S.O.S. will bo presented. Every 'teen ago boy of tho city ought to bo present. ANGLICAN BAPTIST First Baptist Church Cor. 3rd Ave. and 9th St. 8. Rev. C. Baker, Pa> tor Services at 11 a.m. and 7,30 p,m. A..M. Suljject, "The Peace Makers." P.M. Subject, "The Empire's Call. What Is It's Nature? Has She the Right to Issue It? Why Respond? Etc." Suntiay School at 12 a.m. Dnpti.sms at tho A.SI. sorvico, All are Welcomtj at These Services. CHRISTIAN SCIENCE CHRISTIAN SCIENCE SOCIETY Hull Block, 7th Street S. Sunday Service at 11 Subject: "Christian Science." Sunday School convonoa after tho 'morning aervico. .  Wednesday KvenlnO. Testimony moet- In'g at 8 p.m. j.<^e reading-roomrjaijpohdail/ ox-rtptv-Sundayi^ud iegaH-hdlldaya, from 3,jUi C p,-m, flfo(oj';theVnitiie q'nd.aiUthor-.tied Clfrlstlan Sclonco literature .may bo read, .liorrpwed or purchased. The public Is cordially invited to' attend the church services, alio, to visit the reading room. St. Cyprtan-s Church Cor. nth Street and 8th Ave. South. Rev. Canon W. V. ivIcMlllen. B,A, Rector Tomorrow, the Dominion, govornmont has set aside as a day of National Prayers and Humiliation.. Tho sor-vices will bo ia accord with this jiro c.lamation. Holy Communion, R u.m. Intercession sorvico- u)id spocial ad-droHH at 11 a.m. EvcniuK prayer at 7,30 p.m.'   I plead for. tho attendance ot every mombor it tho 11 o'clock service. Whilo ,tho. inqn aro fl^shtfng .in Franp.o let us'plcud for;tifolr pro-toctfoit and pueceH.sbefoi'ia"'GOD'S throne horeatAhomo, - ^ ,y, McMlllen,'! Beptor. GHRISTADELPHIANS Meet Ift tiieiMciti'Be Hail; JIlBlriJiothnm Bio()V. �fentrinpp Bth alvrautV'amiAvo. Sunatty,a;at,IO,f,pi.: To"jfreak'J3read in Reltaifibr��oe ,o)! ihliflibra^B Death, anU'''at 7.3fl''p.m.: To-'Prodlaiin the Glad Tidings of tlio Kingduni ot God. Subjoet: "The Sign of the Comino of the Son of Man."  Wednesday al. S p.m., BlUlo Clasii. All Seats Free. No Collection. Christian Church Car. 3rd Ave. and 8th ^t. 8. Oliver L. Curtis, Pastor 612 Seventh Street South Phone 502 Wanted-Everyone In Sunday School at io.:!o.  Morning Servlco will observe tho call for National Prayer tor tho nation, Chrl.Htiau Endeavor at 0,45 in tho ovenlng. Preaching at 7.;i0, Evening subject; "The Choice of Moses." I^ublic cordially invited. SALVATION ARMY i Adj. and Mrs. Hamilton, officers In j charge. 1 Sunday, 11 u.m., 3 nrid 7,30 p,m. ! Sunday School, 2 p.jn. I Mondity, Thursday, Saturdity, 8 p.m, 'Puesday, 7.30 p.ni., Corj) Cadets. Wodneadny, 2 p.iu., Homo I.,e.icue. 8 p.m.; Lite Saving Scouts and Guards The Citadel Hand' fh inttondauces, . Sujiday and Thursday Sorylcoa. �  - Everybody Weleonrie PENTECOSTri^L A88�!l*Ri.Y 205 THlttcenth iBt.'-.N::; Rev. C. M� Nevej'P.'^ttOr,-- Res. flB7, lOth.St, N. ,Sorvici!iij Sunday,' 10,30'and ,7.30 p.m. 'tiio,�idiiy and TUursdayii, S p'm.'/ EvanH&^iBt It. J.'.iiiul ft]iM, Scott tias'..it .. lug..'.- '.i^-:- -V,,^-. ' � ^ Hearty.Welaome-to All. "nOrVh LETHBfllDGE GOSPEL HALL (Late r.lli Ave. N- Ila])llHt Church) Speiikei': ,iohn Riio, lilir, 13tii St. N. Siiuda.v Kchool, p.m. 7,:!0 Gufipol Addross HAIL INSURANCE BE PREPARED HAIL FOLLOWS HOT WEATHER INSURE NOW Tliore Is no saving In delay. Only reliable corapaulea represented. � R. V. Gibbons & Company Phone 1191 Balmoral Block HAIL Experience 1917 THERE WAS PAID FOR HAIL INSURANCE IN MANITOBA, SASKATCHEWAN & ALBER-TA $4,364,800.61. HAIL IN8UR. ANCE LOSSES TOTALLED $7,. 493,347.18. EVERY LINE COMPANY PAID ITS LOSSES IN FULL. SINCE INCORPORA- m / TION THE BRITISH AMERICA I ( ASSURANCE COMPANY HAS PAID OVER ^,000,000.00 IN . LOSSES. � . ', -Doesn't this appeal'to you a� a good reason vwhy you should In-sure with Brlflah Arrierica? Bf tafe r;^tter thaii aorry and apply now by^ letter or telephone W.F.Nekon and Company 416 Fifth Street South, Lethbrldpe  Alberts ;