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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 3, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta Tfflfe USTMiAlbGK DA1LT HERALD HERALD LIMITtt 1 Mi fill ttfeet LtthbrldfS Buchanan Managing Director Tonance Business Manager TiLEPHONES Office llll CWtce Mltoriil Subscription Rstsas per week per year by psr year by per yoar by per year to Dates of eipry of subscriptions year dally on address Accept ance of papers expiration Is our authority to continue the sub THE PROGRESS OF THE WAR Local fighting only has occurred on the western front within the past two all of which has been favorable to the The al though their artillery has at one or two have assayed no new That conditions In Austria are on the verge of a serious revolt is no longer The only thing that will save the country from a revolu tion is a German victory on the west ern and this of is now almost past the THE ADMISSION OF GERMAN The German government may put thdir former ambassador to Great Prince on trial for having testified with regard to Germanys guilt in starting the BUt before the world it is the militar ise rulers of Germany who are In the and Prince Lichnowsky is the greatest witness of German giv ing conclusive evidence from their own Nothing that the German govern ment may do can discredit their own ambassadors testimony with regard to the origin of the As Max Har den said in a recent issue of Zu It is unnecessary tor a man like Prince and holding such a high social and poli tical to prove that heloves hjacountry wtolckls the ills ptiwer and Prince Lichnowsky did not Intend that his memorandam should be pub He wrote it as a privatefam ily to put his part on record in and to give the truth about the precipitation of the war to pri vate The revelation Is due to the action of a member of the Ger man general shocked by the made copies of the In this way it reached Priflee Lichnowsky tells how ha labored while ambassador in London to bring about an understanding be tween Germany and Great Britain Sir Edward the Britjsh minister of foreign also worked labor iously to find an accommodation with Prince Llohnowiky flstlflea that Sir Edwards policy was not to us military the real rulers ft has part of the enemy pro aganda since the beglnning of the var to throw the blame on Sir Ed ward But Prince Lichnowsky uloglteS him and flatly denies the German He says of Sir ward in the memorandum Lifts and Intrigues were foreign to its This Is the man who sailed liar Grey and the origin ator of the When Prince Lichnowsky realized he treacherous Intention of he isreported to have aald Berlin has gone He worked desperately to stem the rising The urgent warnings he sent to the German gov ernment were He denounced he German course as a dangerous and adventurous The Ger man minister von Jagow replied that Russia was not and after a fuss would Prince Lichnowsky says of this critical time of negotiation between Austria and Serbls I urgently recommended Greys pro In A hint to Berch old would have led to the acceptance of the Serbian But this hint was not We pressed for After our refusal Sir Edward asked is to come forward with a proposal of our We insisted upon The impression became over stronger hat we desired war in all clnjum It has been said that when the storm cloud and the Prussian militarists were to be in the bloodlust unloosened upon the Prince Lichnowsky contemplat ed He was seen in In his he says I to support in London a policy I knew to be I was paid Alt for for it was a sin against the Holy Prince Lichnowskys memorandum is plajnly not neutral on the moral ssue of the He definitely af firms that German perfidity brought about the wrecking of peace endeav and he states the Indictment of Germany as follows 1 We encouraged Bdrohtold Austria to attack although no Ger man Interest was 2 We rejected the Grey proposals of medi ation although Serbia had accepted practically the whole ultimatum and although Berchtold was ready to ac cept the Serbian 3 On July 30 Berchtold wanted to give in and we deliberately destroyed the possi bility of a peaceful In view of these indisputable Prince Lichnowsky TT SURPRISING THAT THE WHOLE CIVILIZED WORLD OUTSIDE GERMANY ATTRIBUTES TO US THE SOLE GUILT FOR THE WOKU he adds 1 Is it not interiiglbii that ene mies declare they wil not a system is destroyed which consti tutes a permanent threatening to our neighbors Must not otherwise tijfajfifeai la yean they will again haya to take up and again see provinces overrun and towns and villages destroy edwere those people not right who declared that it was the spirit of if juftl Bernhardi which do mtnatad tip German spirit war as an aim in iUelf does not it as an evllt those people not right who said thut among us it is still the feud al knights and Junkers and the caste Of Warriors who rule and who fix our ideals and otir the civilian the citizen observes Prince LlchnowskyB evidence leaves loophole for the secret allies and admirers of Prussian autocracy to the moral issue of the war PICKED PASSING vjMS has tfcyiAg in til Poland is freed from ihuft rate Catharines has formed the War Chest to be the sole orfMiUatlon for war relief Expertmental work aiming at the development of the peat bogs of On tario is to begin at Twelve hundred men and the majority of whom are said to be members of the were taken in a raid conducted by the federal au thorities at Kingston Presbytery a call by Chalmers to of Bnmtford Patriotic Association nnd the Soldtlers Aid Commission are working out contingent fond for re turned After nn Illness of eight Miss Flora 37 years a prominent church died at the home of her mother in Walker A colony of some 300 FrenchCanad ian families is to be established short ly on Canadian Pacific Railway lands east of Thirty fam ilies have already arrived and will commence cropping land this John the son of a wellknown farmer of proceed ed on Monday last to clean out a well on the which is about 50 feet Later he was discovered head downwards and dead In feet of three ional committee tof Ot John was unconscious In cellar of her Her condition Is At Sarnla tlie s earner RoyatUe U the Imperial Oil fleet left port for opening navigation Fire deitroyed th6 Lasky motion picture entnlllng a loss mated at Cobourg la about to build ft new public school at ft cost of to replace the one destroyed by flre to Kitchener School noard voted to be expended by boys in the pur Isolate but to make partners in a Sir Edward Grey was the pillar of the Ea but he did not conceive of the Entente It was his means of bringing about the Society of Nations which be saw as the only alternative to world war and worl But the rulers of Germany were determined on They brush ad aside the policies of Sir Edward Grey and their own Prince Lichnowsky nys of the final aot Thus ended my London IT WAS WRECKED NOT BY THE PERFIDY OF THE BUT BY THE PERFIDY OF OUR OWN The Gorman purpose in sending as ambassador to Great after the Moroccan and during the Balkan is now ssen to have been part of the worldwide Prussian to allay suspicion abroad while the militarist rulers made the German nation tor their diabolical war for poweJMThey made Lichnowsky am bassador because he had warm re gard for friends foi OersaanrThe British people respect ed Everyone who methim was says the editor of the I4p4on Dally News and by hie candor and the Germans sent a trans IjoaMt man as their em to gain tho confidence of professing spiritual neutral issue is too plain to be Ig nored who do not Uielr back to the It Is stated at the conclusion of Prince Lichnowskys where he declares that this hideous systemla doomed that the principle war aim of our the democratization of Ger will be coun dae Kuhlmann lijjtarfctaj German e The baby is king of the castle in Lethbrldge this Help save Diga a garden la one for the and its war work will be the sJgan Dont forget The Henderson lake weeds seem to have placed us in the doubtful position of being all up with street oar and no place to Smokers and received a Jolt when the 1918 budget wua made However they shouldnt kick Paying a njckle more for your to bacco and lea at home is a ft at o July fighting the Boahe at the One might almost forgive Mayo Hardle the garbage truck If he coul locate some those people who throw whole loaves of bread into th garbage can and have them 3 vei jood stiff Waste U ihi greatest of air crimes these ilipytell us the little fish from tin Iftkehave clogged up the arms of th Machael a native of is to be Interned at as a result of Investigation that followed a fire which destroyed the barns of James of Exbrldge last Judge of the County of has been appointed chairman of the board of arbitration to settle the dispute between the Grand Trunk railway and members of the Interna tional Brotherhood of Railroad sta The Victoria Cross has been award ed to two young Lieutenants Allen Gerard and Allan the latter of for dis playing unusual even In this time of wonderful exploits among the members of the air Twentyeight parcels of ands aggregation sk ated the Long Plain offered for sale by aiiction at ortage La Of 11 par els were disposed the average rice being In the neighborhood of 20 per Information that Prime Minister of nd probably also his oseph new minister for the avy and a former Prime ill pass through Victoria this sum was brought on the liuer Ma Hoarders of white flour who bought o excess before the standard grades went off the market will not be re ulred to cart the spoils back and and them over to the Canada food They will be given the oppor unity to return the surplus the ealer from whom Prohibition of exports of iaper for the period of the war was urged upon the government by the merican Newspaper Publishers as ociation in convention at New The measure was neces ary to prevent a paper it was would curtail he publishing Industry and be harm ul to the public The council of the Winnipeg Grain Exchange passed a resolution that he Traders Building Association be requested to take steps to prevent soliciting for subscriptions for any mrpose through exchange It is the opinion of the council that the Federal Government should provide funds necessary for Red Patriotic The first reinforced concrete bridge In the United was built about 4 12 miles east of Rock in Lyons in the spring of This is a 30foot arch span of Melan construction reinforced with I and is after 20 years of still in very good Except this one there were very if reinforced concrete bridges built In Iowa until after The Railway Board has handed out a judgment granting the application of the British Columbia Electric Rail way on behalf of the Vancouver and LuluIsland Railway and the Van couver and Fraser Valley to increase the freight rates of these railways to conform With the increase granted to steam railways by the of The higher rates become effective on Way chase of Repayment of the loan will be made out of the patriarch of Norfolk cele brated hla hundredth birthday anni John of South attempted to evade the Military Ser vice Act by He had been in but was home on leave which had who has been mar ket clerk of Kitchener for eleven has tendered his resignation as a result of the refusal of the city council to advance his which has been for the past five William Orlmbaldeston of the Kings Own Scottish though armed only with one captured 36 Oerinana with six machine guns and a trench and thereby won the Victoria mmm Celebrated Ntw Postmaster Is A Returned Soldier Prom out own correspondent May l was a title holiday in The and public places were It was proclaimed A cleanup The children were out of school and It was made a very profitable day In beautifying the homes by planting burning and making In tile evening and at night were held In the opera house for all Refreshments were served and the sum of was realised for the benefit of the Funeral The funeral services over the re mains of the seven year old son of Kendall were held at the Sec ond Ward Chapel under the direction of Bishop The child was killed in an auto accident near Swift The machine a new graded road and ttppqfl The child was thrown from the car and struck his head anddied from concussion of the School opened at the Buck Ranch last largest opening at W ivW1 had The sohwot board thenwelres J in jorle JV c blghly rWomtttended ttton vlnce ef NoVa Charles RomerlT wni Interviewed concefnlng the Irrigation He has Just completed the cleaning out of the big canal and repoVts that the will be in contract Inie Mfti1 He that tfie ton of Raymond Was not ready to rtcelte bkcilse thelf laterals were hot yet It was suggested that since it WAI al most Impractical to the work It would have d gb but he iMId that the laterals would hot take the Water wltnout being Borne people Would like to use the water New Sergeant Thomas Gould took charge of the Post office on the first of the He has been discharged from the army after three years of The people are glad to see returned veteran at the job and Will plonned to see that they obtain public favors as far as The roads are being graded and leveled by a Teams were not to be hired and tho roads heeded at vv A trip was asfar as Wilson Siding yesterday and and it Is reported that the grader does good Skotison has the work in under the direction of the Government New Farm CANAL KTIHANCt STILL ILOCKID etUblltntl nival tftc MHMI tt Mill effHiivsiy th6uin OanttiM to frta III tfW WWft tJmiiM new Farm m Warner Mark Brimhall is erecting a new secured to hM r during the laftt the weather aandHIMt hi tm Nerth hava uNfavaraftla QparatienWi n t f 3 of has accepted the call to Christ and will tattrujt his new duties i the first Sunday in set of buildings complete on hit term just north of the old ranch Contractor Johnson has the work In charge and takes a arew of workmen out each morning hla Justice of held court In Raymond on Five cases of infraction of the Motor Vehicles Act before his All pleaded guiltyand received a Uni form nine dollars and fifty cant The Justice notified the ear owners that the new lens regulation would probably be enforced Immediately and warns all to keep the The making the oomplalnt resides In Warner and so Justice Veale was try the elr claarly in was dls for intimating tha it is a flsby it I one bit of information about tho plan for whlcb we have been The Mendola de vice president of the Union of Orthodox Jewish Congregation of ister of the SpanishPortuguese Jewj Uh synagogue in and one of the best known rabbis In died in Canadian Fraternal In session at resolved to urge the Government to increase pensions so that no soldier returning wounded or disabled shall be dependent upoa any charitable organization com pelled to appeal for any Although he has not yet been taken on the strength of the in Lon a is in the military hospital at Wolseley bar racks sufferingfrom severe gashes in his throat and The wounds were apparently selfinflicted with a safety Singsheim and John Gilkeson made a sensational escape from the lail With a to pick the look of their bole through the celling to get into passageway then tied the wardeij up with took away his marched through the front door to Dominic an In the police court at Fort William on a charge of bringing Pearl Anderson to the city under his was con The Anderson only told of being sold to Defeo for and railway fare to Fort William some of which sho had to pay Among divisional changes on the at Montreal that who is appointed superin tendent of the Laurentlan with offices at In place of Hum phrey entered the service In 1912 as operator and was assistant superin tendent at Winnipeg In As the result of an aeroplane acci dent at the Royal Air Force when two machines collided in the Cadet son of Ellenfield Scot and CaJet son of of 1147 Hilda were both S G This Year We Are Specializing on Golf and Baseball And Have High Grade Goods in Each Famous Golf Sticks and Goldsmiths ors We carry everything required for Tennis andall lines of sport If you are preparing for a holiday you should tee our trunks and We have very complete Alberta Saddlery Manufacturers of Horse Furnishing franks and Suit Leather Belting and i BUILDING MATERIAL FACE MANTLE COMMON FIRE HOLLOW FIRE PLASTER MQRTAR STRUCTURAL PREPARED BUILDING FIREPLACES AND BEAVER BOARD The appointment of Lieutenant Colonel as the officer commanding the new district depot at Calgary has been confirmed by Other appointments are To be with rank of Cuptain William late of the ntith Battalion assistant adjutant Walter also late of the Another returned officer of that battalion la to be given a post in the iliturirt depnt is Captain Frank who becomea George will he the of ficer commanding the casualty com with rank of among ilm other appointments Harold Whyte will be the officer command ing the details company while Fnink will be con nected with tbo details at SEWER WALL BOARD WE MAKE A SPECIALTY OF STRAIGHT AND MIXED CARLOAD PROMPT PHONE OR WRITE US FOR WE CARRY A FULL LINE OF COAL MINING AGRICULTURAL MUNICIPAL 1245 Second SUPPL1EC ND UIPMENT AND EQUIPMENT f ALBERT A LTD f ijllA ;