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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 29, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta ww IDCtUlb ilMtta f T N Bualnefa Manager Ottlce Office twtoerlptlen Rateti per week pet year fey per year per year ky per year to 1111 MM UM tot oTOdfefi label Acoep M tfte date Mlf authority to continue TH8 MOOR ESS OF THE fhf Germans hare developed the pffenslve on the Aisno with the foil force of their fighting and bare made substantial The allied line appears to be thinly held In and withdrawals to a considerable distance have been made necessary by the sheer weight of the German The is not of any alarming The German rush has considerably dwindled today and by tomorrow It should be fully check There been considerable loss of guns by the but no break has been made in the allied line and French reinforcements are com ing rapidly to the rescue of the Bri x The Americans gained heir first Individual success when they stormed a French village and held itagainst German counter The feat is Widely commented upon in Cabinet troubles and International U htlled by and pub ic as tha chief event of the Years ago ji4arahai rTttaagata pUy ed a grim Joke on the Ai said he elleftt with a contempt for the depths It would to as a particular concession to modem ideas he to be That interview may be forgotten but it There noth ing in and gcribe en glnoered the achievement must have fell that after are not de void Qt the ftntt wtt that go to make the efficient Machiavellian The tfwicltyof the length and of that Interview was a poor return for the mighty effort ex ponded in securing an audience of the great PrlnceYamagata still and it lshe who is directing Japans policy thta critical mo niflnt In the history of Across the sea a great people is in the grip of a military nation which has abandoned itself to utter moral degradation in its lust for Those with vlslpn see peril anarchy and many caris have come to Japan to take heed Japan is on the brink of the cauldron PASSING the is dead In Hockley has been Induct ed rector of Ltliile Trinity The Feflwich hae be gun his work as evirate of St George Guerph Radial railway directors of fer their employees27 cents per Thirty cents Is Andrews Presbyterian Wolfe has extended a unani movi call to 8UMTITUTE FOR COTTON Has the world found a substitute cotton as a result of this war Bxcbanges the Iniormation that mose found in some of the aaaboard states and provinces is a aabititute which la being widely UaedThe Spokesman Review gives following interesting inlormation about the subtUute is one of the1 states that Ithe government is looking to for Us supply of a most important new mate rial of Sphagnum mdss te Its and It Is said to be the coming universal substitute for cotton as a surgical it is said jues this moss entirely now in Its mili tary since Germany has no CottonThe French and their own stocks of cotton running took to the and now even the United principal source of the worlds cotton is begin ning to mobilize its sphagnum moss In our case the trouble is not any shortage of but extraordi nary high price of that Raw cotton brings 30 cents a by the time it has been made into material for dressings the cost is double that Hence the desire to develop to the fullest extent the possibilities of sphagnum Thta which common with a few other seaboard produces in large has a yellow with little fronds of Hitherto her ln u nas been that of a For her H has been a plunge not to may be the thought distracting the mind of the nations Hamlet But we are assured in the taewspa pers that there Is no thought of inter vention or The Genro are more concerned with domestic politics than with what Is happening outside Japans The news papers arrive at their conclusions by entirely telepathic tor the Genro have not and all lesser statesmen are Intuitively they know the of their But decision in council and public an nouncement can not long be blmich isdue to the not to those other people whft bavej o eloquently eulogized her loy and her part in the The Genromust since the Cabinet can Offer of the tf to exchange WithLaYil Uni has been Forest fire in evidence in British owing to the recent dry William who flame to British Columbia died at Kamloops in her eightieth Gordon be gan his ministry at dssington Avenue Baptist last The Joseph ha Cuthberts I The DuPontfor forceshaa of the Signal C Thomas Breen od by the weighing fifty Winnipeg regular last year aif ft Homewants a Expenses itd The has tatlvely shall be a city of automatic George Bowetrwasgranted damages by an Edmonton Jury for Juries received In a railway matey at Haliburton Baptist has re cently resigned his pastorate been appointed to Anglican Since the RoyarWylngCdrps Startj eradication of Gernran ed trainjnain Canada hfVrt in the States Is nrg men have passedIhCWlnlttpeg naat Tmavn arrangement whereby Chief Hardy would be subpolice chief Skel but the two men would not agree to that Ghfef Skeltdna police force would have coat the city as against under the present regime CltWans Opposed it I was opposed to the rein statementof Skelton except on Railway ofr Winnipeg want wages increased from the pre sent rate qf 38 cents to 54c for a uiuehouc Knox recently celebrated its ninth and Joseph was in ducted as new Flshen who went from Ontario several years ago the closing exercises of McMaster Kitchener Patriotic and RedCross Funds showed distributed to tally to soldiers dependents during the past John a farmer In West was fined and costs for sending watered milk to the Beach viHe is home on andreports a eoarcity of military dentists in France and i r Charged with a seriesof register were arrested in WadsWorth ayenue pub lic New An ordinance pertnUtlnjjr baseball and other sports on In Baltit more signed by Mayor and becomes effective at Percy for fourteen LETS PULt TOGETHFR pulling together Or are we pulling in dirjections Tradihg at home is the great community Wed of the t sometimes kick That men artd and workjng in same should refuse to is one of the riddles of civmiiia The only benefits worth having are theBenefits we ean share with It is the cooperative effort that bringsverlasttng attend the soldiers memorial aer hold on business in the States is nrg ed by Allen Property Custodian Pal Automobile Manufacturers Association states tbaf the produc tion of pleasure cars fcas by one Eight Blenheim three of them were placed under arrest a car amf stealing Flight Arthur Thomas Cow son qf Cannon Cow years rector of James Anglican Church the grotrtd of I considered he a moral right to his old posi and 1 was one of the council who yeare a Baptist missionaryia has just arrived in Canadia with his wife and He is en route for he has accented a com mission lieutenant that he for breaking into Frederick sub postmaster at Fanny has been committed for trial a charge of sei iS rector of Athens and rural dean of baa been appointed of Christ The formerly of Archbtehopa and station ed at appointed an army PatfuUiv minister of of news of the discovery of over two hiiiidrednlll lion feet of the jasitttftevbf Lachute and Dalesvllle Baptfet A detachment of twentyaix North west Mounted drawn fromall parts of the arrived af Prince Rupert to FT The Depart trial has left f6r where he has boon appointed principal of a large orphan Some W the ttig ftahing Interests at Anglican Churcti a vigorous has recently been released bythe i fore the International Fisheries Com Germans and is now i mission to to Prince Rupert with catches of Charged with failing to report as re quired under thy Alien Enemy Magistrate Shaw sent VVllllam Uyco PfychbltiandJohri ten jailfor oacli Pete Who proved Ire wne George First Presbyteriau has receiveda wire from Pauls announcing that he the unanimous choice of the con gregation for the Father late Kev Jfamer initj utu principal of the Kuper Island Indus an on his way to fight against the Hunwaa Jillnv ed to go v Jainee ft wealthy farmerof wan killed in auto mobile became sjalletf on a rplled dowu pn the bcldge anil crashed through the guard into He was abrother xl Frank Cophrane pt of the of swim ming pools for children Sunday closing of fruit stands operating un der the guise of restaurants are soriln of the things the Local Council Women New work among Chinese e coolies irtrongly favored giving him the to U8 his figured as the put many citiiensbame to me after the j number of menhe would want publication of the police estimates suggesting that they did not think we could stand the extra Some lowest number of menhe would want and we ac in to trained to TW6 chijd thewoode are search I has a yellow with little fronds broached it tp Qircjing around the each frond that by givingh IASVAa vrlilnfl Toll i at them suggested an honorarium of a years salary to Skelton as way I did not suggest to Skelton that jte paid an I do not know whether other members of the council but I do know that Skel cpverea with tiny leaves which roll themselves close little cups that hold moisture as does absorbfct Many authorities say that the moss is preferable to cotton In that lUlU UHV It is and not so likeCarding segregated ly to It has high abborbent and does not to be changed as frequently as cotton dress BEHIND THE SCREEN Marshal Prince Yamagata and Mar quts Matsukata are the surviving elder statesmen in the mindi of all Japanese when they refer to the Genro later elevations to this alted If rather visionary and flctl tious rank arc those of Marquis Marquis and Admiral Count Without the concurrence of tUese aged and eminent al So we decided him12000 we would have in even six months trial separate chief and we thought that was good business Many nasty suggestions have been thrown out tonight against myself re UlltB any charge pt graft connected with the agalnlVmysafor agamst any menjner of the police force can be proven I will Justifies Position The mayor then went into a long history of the establishment of the aggregated area in justifying his He had put the matter be fore the They had no The board of ealthr had later even suggested enlarging it tor the protection ot the AS to conditions in the blocks they get wrong aometimes before the police canlearn of the but they are cleaned out as soon as the poljce can get the He stated that the has a special detective President Accord Mayor Hardle our thanlcs for coming here ana explalningbls thinLtbiadiscussion to night has been good im iroper propaganda haa been igainst the city Wholesome riticism is good all long as i does not state of t is up the city officjato to keep aeir transactions clearlyBefore such bodies as this board of tradev I be levftv Mayor Hardie is conicientlous and I hope this peculiar propaganda n the way Dangerous eellngs wilT be j Challenge Mayor Sehl challenged the mayors statement that the polipiqg of the city is as efficient as it everwas He thought the blocks be cleaned up and he thought a few thousand dol lars to clean out the filth of the city would be well As secretary of the Childrens Aid there were many things came under bj8 notice that were rn thelrfftour needs In of J U J T figures on filefMtiw locaV food board LimlBayv work as mjwlouary in ceslsion to in though their direction of state affairs to andrknown Vonly w t ii ominoil often been denounced as no measure of grave na i Importance can be tmuceasfuuy observes the editor of Far e ministry of the day is sub to these pillars of and more they are demonetrating to world at large the constlru inoderri ideas notwitbstand they are the real rulers of true that even witbin the ranks Rider Statesmen thew are in What politician would be hippy without Intrigue ureii the bureaucratic tae eame garruJouB age of and that thetwo r thei are wore or less associated Kith political which is a dis Md We and he Autocratic political Abhorrence of He made an appeal for cleaner in the Mayor Hardie answered that these were war an4 the city had 100 policemen it wouldnt do any declared that it anyvcitizen bad any suspicion at any time all to members of the council who Teporta on the vice proWenif dir ect to the and the police force s then told what to be my estimation the city Is better polic ed today thaBlifwaaln 1813 When I becamei mayor in1913 the city wag than it is have not been hasty on this quesH6n any more were on thedung wellpreseBtastatement goon that will 1 that the dung wagon is doing all it was BUrchasedwto U the talk or was it the question of economy that caused the city to take the action If Mayor talk wguldnt have cut much ice with am satisfied Mayor would have been glad to retain Skelton on the force and given him complete Charge of the segregated President the city in Ylte Skeltou to back The mayor did not think Captain Sfcel tan flifeteril conauum of w force that be be was not r vmra i the city would haw the police oughly investigate an4 clean It urtj la Bfficiint Farrow aaid the whole force IWBB question was whether tlje police force was efficient and opinion it He lingwas wide had been married since the late of Dres hae the unanimous call as acting the Baptist Church at Saskr until Oct 1st the Dukeof Gbnnaught has accepted the presidency of the Brit and Foreign Bible in succession to tliti Marquis of Watt formerly Portage la has reqelvet call to the historic o Elmo Glengarry HltonsaW Jia had been op posed at first to tjie amalgamation pf the police and fire departmentB he had changed bis He found Chief Hardy more wan than 8 poJica man and had done much humanitarian worktather than seeking to get con did not think the city was cleaner today than U was lu He deplored the public newspapers were uwd M H bage can for people to dump dirty JJaker wan too little public spirit in the was good material but it Wftl The answered that jj WUH a iij that touli gHe the given all the nolicemen he asked for not He Thejre ofc there sua of opinion on important matters 1 total value in hands of a sea landed in auring thf month April compared with In the sam month Mies Edith oJu th artist was airente4 U New charged with attempting to obtai her brothers Mtate b The British nieetlflg at altered J9n Taxation to who 4ptible twft output and ten per V wiaUiee pany provided frWtflMMt l0 noldiers mothers and womens ritfer to liary members from the it for advice on important square to Matlflewt appetite and digestion ;