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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 25, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE THE LETWWIDOB OAILT MOULD MAt Preerieton fNHt LtTHIMOQI HIMALD INfj LIMITED etfc UsthfcrHee FreeUent lUnagint Director tnnaace Manager 1 TtLMPHONtft fastness WltorW Otttoe Reteei per week per by per yeer by per year by per year to Betes of expiry of sttbscrlptloaeaf dally on address UbeL Aeeeat ease et date Is Mr authority to continue sub tHI OF THE The German otfeniive has once more been this Ume on what is known as ltie Aisne In the vicinity of Strong over a wide front in this region hare but the official re norts today show that the British are resisting with al their wellknown aad This front is more adapted to allied defence than other for It is more hilly and and offers far greater advantages to the allies in their pre sent THE SPIRIT OF OUR AMERICAN In the Calvary Episcopal Church ot the fol lowing verso has been added to the national which is sung to the same tone as our own national Sod Save the FOR OUR BRITISH Two countries ot the free Unite on land end ssa Thie hymn to raise One race of ancient One one lalth we One whose glorious name We love and U is tine to says an ef the solid trugi on which that de nlaratlon of truth is York Outlook Will you please have an article pre pared for The Outlook telling your who comprise Junker class of what are the Soviets of I have asked some intelligent including an ed itor ofan Important an I dont As we understand the Outlook re the word Junker is an East Prussian corruption of Jung Herr which may he Englished Young Gent leman and is applied to the scion of a noble house which has always de voted Itself to military The arottnd from an advene of debit bal of in 1114 to a credit balance at In lllft wilt give Canadas exnort a momen tum ofjttelf enabling merchants and manufacturers to maintain an average eteeee of 40 per of over to the United Kingdom roee from for the year ended March io for the year for the year to March these exports clip the Comparison of figures will ehow greater relative gains in percentages than perhaps In any other A people so enterprising and spirit ed may be rolled on to do their ut most Jo hold the pace they eet in securing a chare of war Will they do It They will have a debt moderate and well within the financial grasp of any Canadian They have ehown the necessary will and capa They will have the wares to A world halfstarved and half In industrial paralysis will go to mar ket for the food and raw material es sential to life and The things which Canada produces from water and are the neces saries which at least in the first years of the afterwar period will at tract ehipplng and bank WON BOY HAS mm URGE He would be bflad who could not read in the figures of trade a sum mary of Canadas position and oppor tunity In the era of commercial re which is to UNION GOVERNMENT AND THE FIRST Though the session of parliament which closed on Thursday night did not provide the sensational Incidents and of other it did accomplish a great deal of hard workWhich will leave its mark on the Perhaps the one outstanding feat ure of tbo whole session was the sec ret session when the Government pre sented facts and figures in connection with the Secret sessions had been held by the mother parliament In the but this was the first time Canada bad had recourse to such a The need for such de parture was caused by the fact that the Government had been faced with the necessity tor drastic action in calling up exempted young man to reinforce the Canadian success of the session was shown by the fact only unorganized opposition was put forward when parliament was asked to sanction the JUNKERS AND SOVIETS WWO br bUW Since Canada has taken this wefind that there is less genuine opposition the country over to the conscription Even Quebec is falllngvin which is a most hopeful sign from that quar The fact that the United States has gone the of declaring that every man Will be drafted whb can be leaves the opponents of the Canadian without much Governments action ground for further The greatest critics of the drastic order of the Government were the and they have ancestors of the modern Junkers been fairly effectually quashed by the i feudal nobility ot East in patriotic action of the United Farmers of who declared publicly thatthe Government had taken the only course under the The passage of the civil service bringing outside civil ser vice under the commission was an other acfof the session that will go far to cleanse politics in The patronage evil has been struck a and It Is to be hoped that party politicswill gain Titlesalso rude jolt during the session just and while the Government not disposed to go aa far as parliament It is safe to say the title bubble in Can ada has been pretty effectually It is also worth noting the ten dency during the session to do away with needless expenditures by the various departments durlne the of the depart ment of public leader in this movement which met with j popular acclaim throughout the country r There are tboit who still profess to bsliare that Canada could be bet tor menaced by a straight party Gov ernment then by the But when one slies up the work daring the tint there Is not much ground for this Union Government has made some but takan by and larys It baa domt and has gained ths of the For It Is an outstanding faot that Canada 1s exhibiting more than ever a winthewar for which the leaders at Ottawa are in pert habiting lande not originally Ger The military Junker nobility be came one of the pillars of the other being the Bis marck was a good example of a Junk The word soviet pronounced ap proximately with the ac cent on the second syllable is equiv alent to our word counsel advice end council an assemblage of temporary or for but In Russian same Word serves for It was BO as well in early The distinction be tween counsel and council in our language a comparatively Soviet means primarily It traa the name ot the old Russian Cab and of the upper bouse ot Parliament under the old Tbe word is pot used in to designate town council ot a The town coun cil meaning n hoard of aldermen is always called a duma from and the word city or IS to distinguish it from the Ira aerial or lowsr house ot Parlia Consequently there are many dumas In Russia as well the national or Imperial tbe lever house of Neither Iff Ike word soviet applied to a ism aeaMtTO U derived tram aad primarily ot land holders or own Wild these two exceptions the soviet is applied la any body Of Ufa that we should call council tbe Soviet of Work Ufas awl BeMlers CANAOA THi Whatever readjustments may fol low R the years Immediately after GMMWU may be looked on as to be reckoned with if both ipsjde and oat of be Pritlsn obnerrm Street U not to etfeetsd tbe abrupt Orville Bates Tells of Glorious Work of Canadian Cavalry Triangle Work May date of April and Bates received from their who Is with the Fort Garry interesting work of the Canadian cavalry He speaks of the lack of oppor tunity to write letters and that even field cards are This diffi culty is increased by the fact that they arc expecting to move atany time on one hours There is a terrific bombardment on but we are a little too far behind the lines Jp know whether it is our batteries or 1 think our lineN is fairly solid There is to be no more retiring on our part and weshall fifht to the Believe me Ive seen some awful fighting in the last and I think Ive paid up for that1 little hole he put in my You will probably in the pap ers whore the Canadian cavalry bri gade has been doing some good without we but we had some losses lit doing The French Government thanked us for saving which is quite a city and a great railroad We not only stopped the Gerfuans but drove them four miles ami cleared some important We got a lot of prisonersbesides a lot that are not I was half burled by a big shell the other day and Ive had lots of them drop very I had two put to tunicby a and I had a chip taken off a tree not a hall from my Ive been In placeswhere the air was so full of I thought It Impossible to get through but I am still yes I the bayonet and muule of my rifle taken clear away and I never even saw it had to pick up another rifle and go so altogether Ive had some narrow since I came back to France two months ago and I expect to see lots Dont worry If you dont hear from me very often now because you can see by the papers that we are very busy and probably will be for some I dont really time to Best love to all at Bates WAS wdunded hi ankle In the spring of 1917 and had to spend considerable time In the hos pital in as a That the Canadian cavalry has been through some terrific experiences all accounts agree and the modest touches of this lads remarkable es capes go to show us what our sol diers are passing in this awful They have shown their mettle and are gaining the of tbe civilized world as well as the hatred of their JIunclvUised oppon The Red As previously the general committee of twelve who are to work the Cardston territory we organiz ing at all the local centres on Sunday next and then these local committees are to canvass all their The people of this community who have shown themselves In the past so large of heart and are aaked to cooperate cordially and re spond generously when approached by This is our Our own flesh end blood are nt the front and more may have to work has passed the experimental andis acknowledged by all who have looked into the matter to be one of the greatest agencies in the prosecution to a euccesiful conclu sion of our war for liberty and demo Help to give the boys a home away from Aid In keeping up the morale of the menwho eland as a wall of flesh between us and our treacherous and bloodthirsty It is expected that the ventilation this great object will get at the priesthood meeting next and tbe services next Sunday will get everybody into line and eutuus It Is now or three days drive of intense Playx a mans Do your Doing your very utmost it will be little corapar ed with what our brave lads in the battle line are Give gloriously and Three Maltese young men employ ed by the Norton Company at Chip by the Dominion Po lice in court as claimed they were married men and would sooner go to prison than but Magistrate Fruiter handed them over to Military to put them In uni form they got votes six ago they reported themselves OXLEY RANCH M 10 Will Locate a ColonyNear Mae n For Ranchinf and Farming From Our Own May old Qxley at between the rivers coneistlni of ovsr scree of and owne4 by was sold thin weak to tbe Mfnnonlte who will farm it and will gen eral where they will go in extensively or ranqhins and arm Tbe company buying Urge of an4 with tbfs ad dltlonal population south p representation will be made to tbe Government to have the road completed from llacjeod sue if not run by the may be agkad to ley the operate An this Mao leod to the end of the runs through a wheat it be a paying proposition trow the It PICKED UP IN PASSING Stocks of tobneeo It timria nre low and will be MBtttltri by end of the Washington reports that the Aus hare established a paper in Spain to combat German Two implicated in n local btve been lynched at tfetrymen are MkW Washington to include their products In the sol diers Manufacturers from five eastern states are to meet In New Jersey to devise ways of speeding up war pro to4 Whiteofficers wllh colored troops are said to be blacking their faces to prevent their being i spotted by German New Yorks deputy traffic commis states that local traffic Is the heaviest In the An increase in the capital stock of the MastfeyHarnU from is pro vided for in additional letters pat The inquest at Cobourg into the circumstances of the death of John the late fully exonerated driver of the Hormiedas hotel keeper of disappear ed three weeks His body was found in the water near the Federal wharf at I am not afraid to jump into the water like a watch me said sixyearold Leon of Mon to his sevenyearold as he leapt into the canal at the foot of Reml He was The Ontario Department of Agric ulture is planning to secure men for thrashing Vitli eight men to a and sending pamphlets to farmers clubs throughout the pro vince to describing the OehMsela University has inaugur nted short course in war training far Mis employes held a memorial ser flee tor the late James Gordon Ben nett Congress has Aeclded to probe imore deeply into charges made against Publicity Chairman Seamen on Atlantic mer chantmen have been given a wage In crease of 916 n All ft Government clerks of draft age will besent to the It a bill Introduced by Senator Wil of TheGeneral Assembly of the Presbyterian Church meeting nt blames patriotic drives for Sunday the Italian who has been flying giant CapronI machines in the was killed when a new machine was As a wac Food Ad ministrator Hoover has sold his big discharged his and is now driving a light runabout him Sixty thousand led by Pre sident paraded York beneath the banner of the Hed Cross simultaneous were held in the Adaily Average of freight bound to the mostly loaded with war passed an Observation post on the Pennsylvania during the past While Attempting to extract a bul let lodged in the barrel of a rifle by shooting another bullet through Charles PtirneH accidentally shot his 11yearold in the ab Mario Bertrand of gave himself up to the police and ad mitted hitting his wife over the head during a quarrel over money mat Bertrands body was found with her skull She had ap parently been hit with a three million dollars sil ver was shipped from the to the Orient Isst Leather for use In automobiles is to be restricted to provide sufficient footwear for the i Major of Is sued for for malice by William Randolph A bill introduced in Congress makes disloyal utterance cause for revocation of ofMount was Instantly being run over by a roller he was when a shaft broke causing ttfe horses to run AdVices from tlie maritime provin ces are to the effect that farmers not sowing as much land In wheat as wae hoped and Barrle lostone of its oldest mer chants when death called Peter who has been a resident for nearly sixty in the Thames Valley Oheeao and Butter Factory at lev elled the building to the Sound with a loasvof several thousand The Canadian Officers Training Corps at Laval lias been 250 men having Ronold a touryearold killed Thursday after noon at in when one the Commercial Cartage trucics ran over him on North One of thefinest herds of dairy cattle in York township was destroyed when the barn pi Ira a farmer near was destroy ed by The summer homo of Arch deacon Cody at was nearly de stroyed by fire wuon some long grass took fire from a spark from a passing Arthur an of the Imperial Tobacco is ac cused of theft and destroying and dis mantling worth of machinery at the the Mooney Biscuit and Candy Leonard MitchelljX the nyearold son of superintendent of a large paper mill in suf fered amputation of his left leg be low the knee as a result of being run over by a Grand Trunk freight train at The War Board is content plating the curtailment of the nie of steel for commercial Rumor that A was In Gulf of Mexico held all vessslfi It the port of New Orleans Four hundred postoffice attended the v funeral of Postmaster Rogers In One of tisrrles oldest business men died In the person of Peter aged 78 George the Srangevllle ironworker found dead In his bunk in construction car near Wag was stabbed fourteen The Clothing Workers of launched across the border since the meeting at agreed Upon a 44hour week Five boys were arrested oa charge of having stolen an Auto be longing to of from Scurboro Ralf after en exciting arrested by the no lice clurged with the theft of motor has been appointed registrar to take thn census of thclman and women power of Lambton John retired Assist General Freight Agent of the formerly rft died at hia home in Brentford of angina pec The eighth Auirlan loan wilt be issued net price pre sumably will be and the loan will carry Interest at five end n hrit net The money spent for candy in thtf United States and Canada In tie past year is double the amount of money needed to keep Belgium supplied wltM food for a Baptists are considering the post ponement of the Ontario and Quebeo convention which is due to meet in Toronto in October end a cir cular letter has been addressed to the churches asking or their At least women and children took part te the Parade of Mercy held In hundreds of towns and villages In the United States to mark the opening of the war fund for Red CANADA SERVICE 1917 PUBLIC NOTICE hereby given that by the effect of the regulations of the Governor General of Canada in Council of the 20th of and the Proclamation of 4th recently every male British subject resident in bom on or iinte the 13th of who has attained or shall attain the age of 19 years and who is unmarried or a widower without children unless he is within one of the classes of persons mentioned in the schedule of Exceptions to the Military Service Act L report as hereinafter directed on or before the 1st day of or within ten days after his 19th whichever date shall the i Such report must be in writing nnd mutt five his name in the date of hit birth nnd hia place of residence and also usual post office The report be addressed to the Registrar or Deputy Registrar under the Military Service Act of the Registration District in which he resides see below and shall be sent by registered for which no Canada postage is Youngmen so reporting will not be placed on active service till further Thfey notify the appropriate Registrar or Deputy Registrar of any change of residence pr 4 On receipt of an identification card will be forwarded by the Registrar which will protect the bearer from Punctual compliance with these requirements is of fraat importance to those Failure to report within the time limited will expose the delinquent to severe penalties and wilKin addition render him liable to immediate apprehension for Military ISSUED BY THE DEPARTMENT OF MILITARY SERVICE this 15th day of NOTE he men required to report should address their reports as follows 9 the Deputy Registrar under the Military Service if they reside in the County of or To the Registrar under the Military Service if they reside in the County of or in the Districts of Parry Algoma and Nipissing north of the Mattawa aad French rivers including the Townships of Penis end To the Deputy Registrar under the Military Service if they reside in the County of Rimoutki and To the Deputy Registrar under the Military Service if they reside in the Courtty of Ottawa and NOVA the Registrar under the Military Service To the Deputy Reflttrar under the Military Service if they reside in the Province of if they reside in the County of Prince NEW the Registrar under the Military Act St John lf they reilide in of or the District of Nipissing south of Mattawa river exclusive of the Townships of Ferris and Newruwick if they reside in the Districts of Rainy or Thunder tie Registrar under the Military Service under the they reside In Edward BRITISH COLUMBIATo the Registrar under the Military To the Registrar under the Military Service Service if they reside in the Province of British the Registrar under the Military Service if they reside in the Province of if tliey resWe in the County of Jacques Beau hamoiK Two Montcalm the Registrar under the Military Service if they reside in the Province of the Registrar under the Military Service IHtMAA A t At t Three they reside in ;