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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - May 25, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta , PAGE FOUR SATlmDAY, MAY 25, 1918 tethbtidjie Detail f}: OAIi.Y ANO WEEKLY 'Proprietor* and PublUharo JTME LETHBRIOQE HERALD PRINT. INQ COMPANY, LIMITED Ua eth. mreel South. Ltthbrldge . Wi A. Buchanan FreBldent and Managing Director JobD Tort once - � Buslnbes Mk&MM TBLF.PHONEa lOuiIness .Office .............. IZSS Bditorial Ottlc*..............s tit* .10 Subscription RatMi Daily, daUvered. per week , Dally, delivered, per year ....it5.00 Dally, by mall, per year .......14.00 Weekly, by Wall, per year .....ll.M Weekly", by tnall, per year to TJ.s:. JI.OO Bttlea of expiry of subicrlptiona appear dally oQ address label. Accept-taco of papers i.(lc. expiration date la �ur authority to contlnuo the sub-crlpUoa. THE PROGRESS OF THE WAR. Premier LloydOeorg's tiat- again repeated bis prophecy of a big Qorman attack to come in Flaildera. .aad FVance and warns the nation to ready t9r It. tie says all the reaoitrcaa of the Allies .ttrUl still be needed 'to gain a'victory over live Huns. There is nothing fresh from the .war zones, sare that enemy artillery has become iocreasingly active. EVERYBODY CALL IT ^ � THE KED ROUT6. - Within 'a short time the aatoipo> , bile cl'ulia of the- south will have th� trunk road betmenthe Saskatche wan boundary and Crows Neat poatefl with signs. This road is part t the world know that Letbbrldge ia on the tranacontinental highway from Halifax to Vancouver-the Red Route. vide crews for all the shlpn. thpy would bo In a position to thronton our Mcil-iterranoan communlcnttona. They have an impreenabla stronghold in tho Oardanellos, and with the aid nf the dockyards nt Pera, Sebnatopol, and Nikolatoft they could keep their now fleet in first olasa flehtlng trim. This oontingoncy may bo imminent or remote, but, In any case, wo may bo sure the Admiralty ftro giving it their oarnest consideration. -*PICKED UP IN^ PA StSTPtG fOK THE BVSY MAK GENERAL SMUTS ON IRELAND QUESTION Was General Smuts speaking entirely ou his own reaponsibillty when ho suggested the other day tliat tho Irish question might be referred to the Im-perlaJ conference, asks tho Vancouver j Sun. Within a comparatively tew days the conference will bo meeting in London. DistlnguiBhod representatives of all the overseas dominions will be present. Tho home rule bill which was promised some weeks ago, has been deferred without any convincing explanation of'tho delay. la tho surmise por-mlBsabie that bafore giving the meas-ttr�'U* (inal teri)!,. -Uoydc George tn-teM'a to inlimit 1( to "a body of statea- Glrargsd with oblalnliTg � $1,800 automobile and $835 worth of dia-m-3n..,..^. onvWednesday, making arrangements j marines Is doing so very much less tor the taking ot the national registration on June 22nd. The three teaoheni of tha school have been appointed to look after the work here. Bert Helghes left this week for Calgary to commence military training. Bert reported for service last fall at theitlme of registration then, but was not called upon until recently. Rev. J. M. Fawcett preached on Sunday on the subject "A Christian Attitude toward Life," from the text "All things work together for good to them that love the Lord.' Huns have not yet taken Kronstadt; where the bulk of the BalUo fleet is said to be lying, but they are not far away, and can doubtless take possession whenever Itaulta their convenience. They have already seized a number of Russian warships at Hel-slngfors, probably old craft and torpedo boats. At Odessa they also took 'fifteen warships," ot which no details are given. Bhirthormore, they have seized In the Black Sea the very important shipbuilding eBtabllsbmenta at .NlJioIalef^ where ships o! every type, from Dreadnoughts downward,' them that love the Lord." The mess-, have been constnjoted. At any moment age was intended to steady and Bup-i,,,, we may learn of the entire Russian during these days of,stress throughout the world had � , / . , c, ,v , nervous strain. Faith and contld-' naval forces In North and South l.av- ence in God will calm many a troubled ing passeu into German hands. T'lis, soul. Mrs. B. S. Pawaon and Mrs. il It happens, will Inevitably coAxpllcito ; N.. D. Wells very sweetly reodored the naval situation in the Northmen the duot "Co'tvntYour Blessings, and the Mediterranean, especially ^t^^^^ X^^^^^. tlie last nam�d,-juf'e�. The BlacKcSca K#por froni.:Chiiii.wltI i>e the speiik- -----J---- ...;_^L?-.- .u- 'er-^o>r the ocQaalbir.'Ali'fai'Uicjrs ajidl others are cordially .inylted ft'attend. squadron \i cbl9ipV?ses three l^ead-n'ougtits, four smaller battleships, seven cruisers (including four 30-knot- Rpv. J, M. Pawcott; iVGcbinpanied: by,-hls son Allen,-is leaving tor'Rdnion- tors), and about,thirty destroyers, to-jtonto attend tho Alljorta Motliodist getber witli a few submarines an^ the conference, which opens in tliat city usual auxlHarles. if the Germans;,took ""^.a".!'''!^. �a'?!",^;-. tivdl" Calgary, enroul owr this tow a^id wereat-lo t,Q;*ro- berta' Musical damage. The correspondent gives several reasons for the lower rate of sinkings. Among these is the convoy system. Another is the arming of merchant men while tho increased number ot patrol boats, d^estroyera and seaplanes Is also a factor. Perhaps* most important of all, he thinks. Is the unification of command. He also points to tho Increased demoralization and poor training of the German crews. Admiral Von Capelle's confident words, he declares, are falsified by the tacts. Tho correspondent further asserts that tho construction of new.,toiln8ge .....overtaken tha rate of destruqtion while iho British themselvoH are within a reasonable distance of the point where their owji'i output In a month ^JJI',6xcee# month's total Ibsses; t ' ari*aaks,'.if4l^','li,''dbjpatch : y J'Nbt^HliStatatjku! ithe Intense, �.^(iii,-. ...... ,_4 5U~-,|j(.^^^Jt;p( said the' ati*- l! ftftillory tire;an .. Venemy destroytfWf,' {*' despatch, "the"' British , 4> planes all returned t.y|'ri��.yd?i!SI?'^^'?^'-'*"'AN WITH WHICH THE LfecVUREfi IS ASSOCIATED uM!..t;^J\^^ilfi?T,*i.'*^.I."'-P*^'-^''f�p"^t|CALLY PELINeATES THE MOVEMENT OF ����*�1.'^i'?,1�2t^?(.\''?jy�I*^'r LECTURE WILL SHOW THAT tIhE GREAT WAR IS NOT ARMA-�!P5Si!' ""^ �'!'^^ * STEPPING STONE TO THE battle OF THE fiREAT DAY OR GOD AL- 8??326 ;