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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 27, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE rotto THE LgfttiUlPftl PAILt HMUtO aM flHS LtTHMIOQI HIMALO UMITID mrset UsthfcrUge nuctiartan FreeMent Managing BttSinMS TlLHPHONta fastness Office Bditorttl Office j per week per year by par yew by v M flff t 07 i by per year to et expiry of dally on address label of napera authority to continue the sub tHI OF THE The German offensive has once more been this Ume on what is known as thexAisne in the vicinity of Strong attacks over a wide front in this region have but the official re ports today show that theBritish are restating with all their wellknown aad This front U more adapted to allied defence than other for it is more hilly and offers far greater advantages to the allies in their pre arodnd from an or debit nee of In to a credit 6t In 1118 wilt Ive Canadas export trade a momen um of enabling her merchants nd manufacturers to maintain an verage etaete ot 40 per of sales ver Experts to the United Kingdom rose from for the year nded March to or the yeer For the year to March these exports clip the Comparison ot Igures will ehow greater relative ains in percentages than perhaps in ny other A people so enterprising and spirit ed may be relied on to do their ut most hold the pscc they eet in ecurlng a share ot war Will hey do It They will have a debt moderate and well within the financial grasp of any Canadian They have ehown the necessary wjll and capa They will have the to A world haltstarved and half n industrial paralysis to mar ket or the food and raw material ei sentlal 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 shipping and bank He would be Wind who could not read In the figures of trade a sum mary of Canadas position and oppor tunity in the ot commercial re onstructlon which Is to THE SPIRIT OF OUR AMERICAN In the Calvary Episcopal Church of the fol lowing verse has been added to the national which is sung to the same tone as our own national Sod Save I FOR OUR BRITISH Two countries ot the free Unite on land and sea Thie hymn to raise One race of ancient One one faith we One whose glorious name We love and If fine to an exchange of the solid trugi on which that d ot truth is JUNKERS AND A correspondent York Outlook wrote the New Will you please have an article pre pared for The Outlook telling you who comprise Junker class of what are th ioviets 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 be Englished Young Gent leman and is applied to the scion of a noble house which has always de voted itself to military The 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 workvwhich will leave Its mark on the Perhaps the one outstanding feat are of tbo whole session waa the seo ret aessfbn when the Government pre sented facts and figures in connection with the Secret aesslons been held by the mother parliament In the but this was the first time Canada had had recourse to such a The need for such a de parture was caused by the fact that the Government had faced with the necessity for drastic action in calling up exempted young to reinforce the Canadian The success ot the session was shown by the fact that only unorganized opposition was put forward when parliament was asked to sanction the Since Canada has taken this we find that there is less genuine opposition the country over to the conscription Even Quebec is fallingvin which is a most hopeful sign from that Quar The fact that the United States has gone the ot declaring that every man Will be drafted who can be loaves the opponents of the Canadian without much Governments ground for actton further The greatest critics of the drastic order of the Government were the Eastern and they have ancestors of the modern Junkers were been fairly effectually quashed by the patriotic action of the United Farmers of Alberta who declared publicly thatthe Government had taken the course under the The passage of the civil service bringing the outside civil ser vice under the commission was an Jhe feudal nobility of East in 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 proilmately soviet pronounced ap with the ac CARDSIONBOYHAS NARROW ESCAPE CAVALRY CHARGE Orrllle Bates Telia of Glorieua 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 ot 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 at any time on one hours There la a terrific bombardment on but we are a little too far behind the lines Jp know whether it is our own batteries or 1 think our line is fairly solid There is to be no more retiring on our part and weshall fight to the Believe me Ive seen some awful fighting in the last and 1 think Ive paid up FrlU for that little hole he put in my You will probably see in the pap ers whore the Canadian civalry bri gade has been doing some good without but we had some losses lit doing The French Government thanked us for saving wBtfch is quite a city and a great raltfoad We not only stopped the Germans but drove them back about four miles anil cleared some important We got a lot of prisoners a lot that are not I was half burled by a big day Ive had lots of them drop very I had two holee put to my by a machinegun and I had a chip taken off a tree not a halt Inch from my Ive teen in placeswhere the air was so full of I thought It impossible to get through but I am still yes I flfd the bayonet and rauttle of ray rifle taken clear away and I never 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 Waa wdunded in the 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 come terrific experiences all accounts agree 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 applause of the civilized world as well as the hatred of their Jlunclvllised oppon The Red As previously the general committee of twelve who are to work 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 asked cooperate cordially and re spond generously when approached by This is Our own flesh and blood are at the front and more may have to work PICKED UP IN PASSING tofeaeed tiavarle are ted by the ead feaeed mocks low and of the Washington reports that the Aus have established a paper in Spain to combat German Implicated in a local mtve been lynched at Val Dairymen are asklas 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 Whiteofficers with colored troops are said to be blacking their faces to prevent their being spotted by German New Yorks deputy traffic commis states that local traffic Is the heaviest In the An Increase in the capital stock ot the MasrfeyHarrtjs 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 Hormtedas hotel keeper of disappear ed three weeks His body was found In the water near the Federal wbart at 1 am not afraid to jump into the water like a watch me said sixyearold Leon ot Mon to his sevenyearold as ho leapt into the canal at the foot of Reml He was The Ontario Department of Agric ulturo is planning to secure men for thrashing with eight men to a and sending pamphlets to farmers throughout the pro vince to describing the University has Inaugur ated course In war training tor IfovUfce ttis employes held a memorial ser vice tor the late James Gordon Ben nett Congress has melded to probe more deeply Into charges made against Publicity Chairman Seamen on Atlantic mer chantmen have been given a wage In crease of a All Government clerks of draft age will be tent to the It a hill Introduced by Senator Wil of TheGeneral Assembly of the Presbyterian Church meeting at patriotic drives for Sunday the Italian who has been flying giant Capronl machines In the was killed when a new machine was As a wae Food Ad ministrator Hoover has sold his big discharged his and is now driving a light runabout him Sixty thousand led by Pre thrte million dollars sli ver was shipped from the to the Orient last f v beethtr for use In automobiles Is to be restricted to prorlde sufficient footwear for the i Major of Is Jtteing sued for for malice by William Randolph A bill introduced in Congress makes disloyal utterance a cause for revocation of of Mount was Instantly being run over by a roller Me was when a shaft broke causing tWe horses to run Advices from the maritime provin ces are to the effect that farmers are not sowing as much land In wheat as wae hoped and Barrle lost one of Its oldest mer chants when death called Peter who has been a resident for nearly sixty In the Thames Valley Cheese and Butter Factory at lev elled the building to the ground with a lossvof several thousand KedC York oss lldent paraded beneath the banner of the 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 ot a rifle by shooting another bullet through Charles PurneM accidentally shot his J 1yearold in the ab Mario Bertrand of gave bimselt up to the police and ad The Canadian Officers Training Corps at Ijaval has been 250 men having Ronold a fouryearold killed Thursday after noon at In when one of the Commercial Cartage trucks ran over him on North One of thefinest herds ofdairy cattle in York township was destroyed when the barn pi a farmer near was destroy ed The summer homo of Arch deacon Cody at was nearly de strayed by fire whan some long grass took fire from a spark from a passing t Arthur anemploye of the Imperial Tobacco is ac cused of theft and destroying and dis mantling worth ot machinery The War1 Board content plating the curtailment of the nie of steel for commercial Rumor that a Wai In Gulf of Mexico held all It the port of New Orleans Four hundred postoftlce employee attended the tunertl of Postmaster Rogers In One of tiarrles oldest butlttess men died in the person of Petei1 aged 78 Geoge the Srangevllle ironworker found dead in his bunk in construction car near was stabbed fourteen The Clothing Workers of launched across the border since the meeting at agreed Upon 44hour week Five boys were arrested charge of having stolen an auto be longing to of rom Scarboro Ralf after en exciting arrested by the po tee dunged with the theft of motor Kobert has been appointed registrar te take thn census of thelman and woman power of Lambton John retired Assist ant General Freight Agent of the formerly df dlnd at his home in Brantlord of angina pec The eighth Ausrlan loan wilt be Issued The net price pre sumably will be and the loan w4U carry Interest at five and a halt net The money spent for candy In the United States and In tie nasfi year la double the amount of money needed to keep Belgium supplied wlttt food for a Baptists are considering the post ponement of the Ontario and Quebeo convention which is due to meet in Toronto in October and a at the the Mooney Biscuit and Candy 4 Leonard MitchelljX the nyearolti son of superintendent mltted hitting his wife over the head of a large paper mill in suf during a quarrel over money mat fered amputation of his left leg be tere Bertrands body was found i low the knee as a result of being run with her skull She had apover by a Grand Trunk freight train parently been hit with a at cular letter has been addressed to the churches asking for their At least women and children took part Ml the Parade Mercy held in hundreds of towns and villages In the United States to mark the opening of tho war fund drive for Had cent on the second syllable is equiv alent to our word counsel advice and council an assemblage of temporary or for but in Russian same word serves for It was so as well in early The distinction be tween counsel and council in language 8 comparatively Soviet means primarily It was the name of the old Russian Cab and of the upper bouse of Parliament under the old The word is not used in Ruseia to designate town council of a The town coun cil meaning a board of aldermen is Always called a duma from and the word city or town added to distinguish it from the Ira or lower house of Parlia Consequently there are many dumaa in Russia as well ft national or Imperial the lowtr bouse of Neither Iff word soviet applied to a zem lematvo Is derived tram and means primarily of land holders or own With these two exceptions the MTlet applied to any body Of piti that we should call a council for the Soviet of Work and Soldiers 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 Titles also rude jolt during he session just and while the Government not dlspoeed to go aa far as parliament it is safe to say the title bubble in Can ada his been pretty effectually It Is also worth noting the ten dency during the session to do away with veedleis expenditures by the various departments durlae the war Frank depart ment of public leader Wfettever readjustments may fol low In the years immediately after hf be looked on as to be reckoned it fof effW both ipajde and oat Of the British observes Street It not to Iff tfftoted the abrupt swinging has and passed the experimental is acknowledged by all who one Of the greatest agencies in the prosecution to a auccesiful 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 treacherous and bloodthirsty It is expected that the ventilation this great object will get at the priesthood meeting next and the services next Sunday will get everybody into line and enthus It is now or three days drive of intense Playx a mans Do your Doing your very utmost it will be little compar ed with what our brave lads in the battle line are Give gloriously and d in this movement which met with i popular acclaim throughout the There are tbbit wno still profess to believe Canada could be bet ter managed by a straight party Gov ernment than by the But when one slies up the effective work tone daring the first there U not much ground for this TJiikm Government has made some but Ukan by and Urge it extremely and gained the confidence of the For it Is aa outstanding faot that Canada 1s exhibiting more than ever a winthewar for which the leaders at Ottawa are In large part OXLEY RANCH SOLU TO Thrss young men employ ed by the Norton Company at Chip arraigned by the Dominion Po lice In court as claimed tbey were married men and would sooner 0P to prison than but Magistrate Fraaer handed them over to the military to put them In uni form they got votes BI Ago they reported themselves Will Locate a ColonyNear Mac in For Ranching and Farmiai From Our Own May old at betweeo the coniiettng of over acres ot and owned by was sold thiH week to the Mtnnontta who will farm it and will locate sev eral where they will go ID extensively for ranqhlng and arm The company buying Urge of with ad ditional population south of representation will be made to the Government to have the road completed from llacjeod an4 if not run by the may be agked to lay operate At this Mac leod to the end qf the rims through a wheat U WOljld be paying proposition from tiff It U CANADA MILITARY SERVICE 1917 F NOTICE by tte effect of the regulaboris of the Governor General Dtrict in which he 9ee below and shall be sent by of Canada in Council of the 20th of and registered for which no Canada pottage ia the Proclamation of 4th recently Young men eo reporting will not be placed on active service every male British subject resident in till further notify the appropriate bom on OT SUlte the 13th of who has jjhtraror Registrar of any change of rendcnoe pr attained or shall attain the age of 19 years and who is aaarett SSffl of the Punctual compliance with these of report as hereinafter directed on or before the 1st day oi importance te Failure to report within the time or Within ten days after hlS 19th limited will expose the delinquent to severe penalties and wiirin whichever date shall the addition render him liable to immediate apprehension for Such report muet be in writing and mutt five his name in the date of hto birth and his place of residence and also ISSUED BY THE DEPARTMENT OF hit usual pott office MILITARY SERVICE this 15th day of The men required to report should address their reports as follows 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 and French rivers including the Townships of Ferrto and To the Deputy Registrar under the Military Service if they reside in the County of Rimouski and To the Deputy Registrar under the Military Service if they reside in the Courity of Ottawa and To the Deputy Registrar under tht Military Service NOVA To the Registrar under the Military Service if they reside in the Province of New PRINCE EDWARD the Registrar under tht or the District of Nipissing south Military Service if they reside In of Mattawa rivtr ticluttvt of the Townships of Ferris and the Province of Prince Edward r BRITISH COLUMBIATo the Registrar under the Military To the Registrar undtr the Military Strvice Service if they reside in tht Province if they reside in the Districts of Rainy of Bntlh wi Bav the Registrar under the Military Sirvicc or Thunder tfcfy of tfct Registrar under tht Military Service Saskatchewan if they rtaWe in the County of Jacques AT the Militarv Service AsWOBtic inC KCauBiravT unovr me tVAiuuiry MI Two To the Registrar under the Military Service Three if they reside in the Previnw of 8V Drummed and Drummed To the Registrar under the Military Service if they reside in the Yukon ;