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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - September 3, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOUR rHE LETHBKIIKiE' 13 ACS.* HKRAL.D tiksday, sKi>JKMHEn :>, v.m Xetbbvtooc tbcvalfc Xctbbri&ac, alberta OA 11. Y ANi> VV EEKLY ^PICKED UP INt! '.im! fin.iin ia! organization* a' :Ii" 'present time to i-.'iil for a national ?�''0 factories eiitf.icml in war wr� ' hive mostly ben ..!>; to secure v>w ! or rem th.i'  a ,atrioiie reason Philip F.Ustiiee Fuoke, a.';ed ST. died il been in t lie gov- (it lau a. Mrs. ci'i. -r "a1 veaiT died of a fractured if sallin? down ihe r !; i;ne in Chatham lla.ioitnii. l'a. fruit thieves are us inc light- to :>r�l rlpo plums aju'lo* and pe,jr>. People of Town Entertained Them itoyally at a l?ani|iiet -Speeches Made TAKE OVER SHIPS Madrid.-The Spanish novcrn-me 111 have decided to take jvci* all German eteamshlpr. Intenie.l In Spanish ports, in accordance with Spain's recent note fact that the climatic | -i^.--------,:----rr^n=====z-^zr-zz=r==x coiniitions won- very much against j Marl in Wonlfe. .\| .I'.l'.; tenor solo " H." the Voiorans on Sunday and that the j \'e;eran." by A. II. Cure; patriot;. 1 Rotary and Auto clubs derided to speech by Z. W Jaculis.  cei e;.1 r.\  C.P.K.. was ', '''no'! ' Ik* I Hp. the hoys fell that mv-j I'atn.xic'Kimil: "Our 'I'owi and our f hliuself by j "'K ���� people of Cardsion 'having | men." hv Count illor .1. Y. Card. tin 'inpioycci m hi- Vis; birthday. W�ek!y] by mall, per ywir to US . jj 00 ; mpo.;:.n!n of f.i '- - ' ------ n.-I wrS;�!u>;>.-i >ve i in iii.iiHif.ic- Dat*� ot expiry of tubscrlptiocx turini; miiniti.iit* of war to lo what fear dally on add rets label .'..ccopt- ,j,(,v Iui>,, ,j,.,.. ,.,, oar sat'aurlty to continue tie tub- ' .u,i('.,.',;,).,>., ,. .,], .\ ______tcrlpMoO.__ _ _ \vo,.,I.V-:.-h.' with;..r"e;i. oa.-.u;!- industry of N'orCi \:ncr:a.i !" C.caa-.i.s.n '.crritoiv v\"a;,.rp.c,\ cr will a' k, ., , til- 'land-.n:.;di':i of pulpivo.vl m-iu-'vv '! 'a a r h.i^ .il-o i: i v en us a ": " ''-Cth" v.;-. - ,| r: , iat.on cf Canada - n-\'  e is b-lni: mo-' v.r.tul>> n.'.'ii-a'. as-c. n.r.ueiv  f,.-, cs It-i* 'i'!v� nece-siiy ,( -w { -it'' . , . ,. , . ^'.'-'al' s '."!' net.'!* ar. 1 nei'k. ill- dc. - � huvo advanced , ast ..f Ke.-iitnel ,o a ; ( ,., ,. ,,.......v. ..j ,. , . hi Northern '..,'..�., . .,,> I:, f;~-h'aiid'-'i'i i.ave c::'"re i i'.m.i'i.L iirs a s-eirc" of weal'h i^r.iC- Lens, and \\:~ \\r.:i' nll,,,iidl>. THE PROGRESS OF THE WAR. Th" remarkable pro lied for.--* aions tii" Iron! in. danders an ! I'ran continued. In I' rs made itrcat iircparatinns for veceiv- i Save the Kin.:." iiiK tiii'in i; would be a calaniity to] Sec the Temple, postpone the trip as far as they were; The mayor alonit with I'is'iop 1 �* concerned. jlhen invited us to look I li rnuirii ' l' > � The roads had dried up nicely, and beautiful temple which is at pr.  n' after ijnite u lol ot skirniishiiu'; we j under construction, the Bishop ,\ ii i , ., r-,!�a. ' news of tin- do,oh ic his father. A.   t at fi,- ere of si year-. :', month - . r Crout. of Wausau \Yts. IVath came  1 J! d.r. -. ..fier an ili;i"ss vxtet) '.- lent of the Wil!J m,'l "I 'lie Cahoon lintel bv the Mav lions and appreciated his invitation i,, come ai;.iln lo ('ardston wlon ii i-fint-lied. stating tliat it would I"' open the j oil the v. enuis to the school audi-j for inspection by the ]iublic Morluni. There ne found 'J.'o peoplo j period of a week or ten days il Miperintondent � "Wtutins us. all relatives of soldiers I The Card-ton school, vvhii livision. receiv- who have serve,! ,r ate a! pit-out | ro|cit at ion in iieini; the ii. - f have taKen ern end ror.n h" hat I'front lie !' arc Kre akins ",-p.ia'i'iy iinpor'an; pr i The Atner.can forc-'s ,-,� fu.;t i:iR in rhr.ciers for t!i- fir-' t.nio au-.l ha\" made prarress norLi :' VpnTi �' allied ,- :,>.�;-.- .!>. ' -nr :no>t import an.' . ires op. the 'a:.... 'aaineiy. t.i!>. ,.�!. I'a'.nbrai. and St. ijuet.tin c; run. i -'ti on.;. .-- : I'-a ii - pr . 1st: ciship w ith til -r tii" war. ft" i an. an 11" "ire ;i over t iv- we, it -- Thouch Vr birti'.-lay a-i,:n fei-iia in body, lor :n-;nory i- ar and ier in nd alert. uddenly I' i kind In the province, is -a ;.plendid j Imilillni: 1 The Cardsion creamery wa . al-o vi-i,cd. where Ihe buttermilk canie in for a terrible slaughter. * The different (lower irardens were 1p -Tlve o;:il r ;:..ei at. and c -Lev \\ ii a .': a ,'itirry of Can. �li'iCr.'lo peel A BASIS FOR CANADA'S NATIONAL POLICY \'arma:i !,:,:nler'. serretari Car.. Han Council cf Afjr'.oui: a Canali. ti r.-".vspup. -� incotiie. in >� nirfiertaken fid tin- p -la with a be..-1". will bo a Tr.e lines o: >.. -.en;!:', m d tie. It at  a. and i i eel � s ivt P.-le- o� Canida'-natioiuil p dicy after the war. .'.'hic'i ,p-'.ili be i arefij� iy re'..! ar. 1 ;:uii,d by ev, r;.  illw;; o ha - '. Lie Ilutn.:.:..!: a" i.-art nrtic!" r ' "i. ti'atuia-t inn tea'. deSpi' e the tiv't:  .rv .. st. Cat,a li.ili fact .rie-i to C  are aMe !., . n -a.-. a: - ,,(to. Indn-i: id 1 e.-irats -f -he CaU.nltan M. fire: . A--oc!af,,:.. n.,. [ to , Lii-hop Fiden and is c\pe t. ,1 a' an early '. C.o'ioti, In To irf.e in annoutic ill- vi-i plain- v. coaipb "e i .ct.i'l.i d tl'olt. serviiiK tiieir kini; and country. The caterinR was done by the town of I'ai'dston at the hainis of ihe ] o iVK.. Red Cross worllcrs and Ihe two unlikely th.c St. Tiionias will ' u'-,r'i relief societies Appemleil is a '"t'tain th" idea o; erctini: homes ot I'roceedimts: workmen coinin.-. tiicrc wit'u new; ('race, by I'al riarcli II [. I Unman: ! th" iP'tieni! topic p>r a lime, and tak tu-trie-. as propoo 1 some weeks ^"V � tnwn. turned over by Mayor 1 hu; everylliim; into ion Hi-> by the industrial committee. | >v  ''' I'ltcher: hani|Ue!, durini; which j Veterans had a real itood time - ' .�-n>  l-:t,:' "nw,|1� :,ni1 Ml'-- Winona ! I poll each pla'e was placed a lietin- I Mrs. Numi of Toronto, wan inform-� hums .iaiii; "ti Canada' and "Tho! t il'iil buttonlio!,- of flowers with I ii.f her Imsbaifi, 1'te. John Xunn ' ''Pie I/'af"; Sp..... h of Welcome |,v | white silk ribbon and it auivenlr e.u'd I I be.-n killed in a.t ion. A week "A"nt Card; solo. "K,.,.., i|,r|ilie first annual outini: ot tn oceive-i wnt'd tain he was llome l-'ires lliirninp-." by Mr.,. \\\ i (ireat War Veterans As auialmn a �1 .:- uti.irv tor ocaion tn r-. h.i.-�dai for fie affr ;i],plviu^ '-d'OPcn by Mrs. Ruth .May F,)X of Salt a ! co-;-. with fie alternative of Lake City, ompo-er of "Writ ir.e moiilli,- for breach t>: food board | u'r 10 'lie Soldier Hoy"; spe, 1 idem, it, r, � " Cardston on Sepi. :'nd. l!'lv. upon which wa- the view of (lie Mormon temple. The (LW.V.A. certainly an preciiiio iltne k.ndncs-; -Ins'- u lo tll. Ill by the people ,,;' Card-ton. � i":i.a' tons. i -* I * .'"'an (',. Farmer. KC. one of the) ao.-t popular and ", tdely known of " tticuubers of !!;,- !.-_-al profession ti 11 -i in i l r t ] i. i>; i|>'.el Two weeks ,c , -tittered a -uii -1r. \vhi 1' -ous :;.! pro- , >"> P...-.-.1 - � If tO Offf l.lJ pr,.-to,.;;- .d Munitions .if" citf-mi; I'a--r_ m til" I'll !1* '' farmers- tn i ^, all the output of shr.'.pr.e'. shells ny v_. ;i i1AV, the allied armb".- mi the W,--t front. t;,em-elv 4j per cent of the total output of i... ,,,;.,. |,,^, -hells. per c.-nt of the 'i Inch shells. , |, ,,,. s. -he'.ls. ),.,, :r. -  � 1 hut -tl tiie U, IVe I in it al-o t.:;--,t in Sati-fai tinn t-'  xjn'e.----,! ,,\ d.-^ree all the :>� of :;. f i  i y lev iniau' inert.i'. i-r.-ly .pr duty, l.u: in -lit Kitutston 'hi- sututner No! in..:.-erc-t. to if we can r'-nd-r .my than fift.-n .ie "its of iufaip,- liav,- !p toward, tiialdm; the i-olu'iots sat- |.....M r,-, or.b-d ftnc June, a - loiapar � itinhth durii..; p.t-t leci-ntly extended shipyards ,.f Can-i witii orKanii.-,t aKrictilture f."":n i-.-i't -titnnter-. Improv.-d hou'itu: and adn, to relieve ti.e mute problem of ' t,, v.'; needed service to t'u� duty, but in tho inti-ri-st. of every . Temporary ledmia.n �.' two e.-n> , �far e-t S sfai: lie iMjiilni,, in L. p-r and per nt of -nt of Hi" '.' �.'�inch flu net The work that b-ti:iK doip- in the i^ctory. Nation and Ku-.plre at a vice, tint.;. . ,.ia-s it: the courttrv to a'-i-t t-ThroiiKlt her Industries, Canada has U1(, ,,:,:i,., ,at,sf u-tovy "' been enabled to do 'chat other lia-I____ Cons within the iirltish iftnpire have ' not beep aide to do. In 'ribtitinitio ihe Hilled cau'e In the war Canada, iii addition to itivltm h>-r man-linod to tiie forces oversea-, ha-, also sent food and ammunition without mint. Ii ha; be.-n a privilege to Canadians to (five loach a three-fold service. No person can becrudKo any portion of it. and the cost hasi not been considered. The cause has been, and la now, everything. Hut the demand for a national policy at the end of the war as n means of reconetructlnB our economic fore es and rehabilitating our finances, must bo viewed, If possible, in tho 1 flKht of an era of I'eaco when the world will be open attain to the trad- [ telegram to Chancellor Voa Uertlln^,  e!i'ort'n' p. r huin'.red pound-| handled thiol..-h Herman ll'i-p- , ,,.' the'.at; of Moreaii. !! tind cotnpany, I'nt'tm rly . - ,>.. � i � �r y for :;.  attd H.'ffu'ti. wa-. ...ri-rt^y hi at: ;>.�!'''.!:.. .� i;r.! Mayor churcti. of To:i>nt�. i of tiie Hoard of Folic, Coiiiiin-itonef.-. stated tti.'it til" hoard w.aiM apply for lecti-la'ion to itiipoiiud no- ..ira of per-on-i ru'liy . ; .ut'iou- an-1 reckless dri'.'in,; on Cue P.-'! T. lephone cotnany j; to apply to the Hoard of Rail-njutiii--loners for permission to a- ji� (ember 1 and  n 'ob--r !o. '1 In- par pica'. It wa i explain"-!, is ha .ten the movement ,,f th.c .train iwtti foe " ' _ mid.lie we-tern ,:at. - p.,--ttm thr-c-'i A, .,,,,,� i. Kap-er. super:nte,.-|ent Ltd;.- Mi.-h^ati ports !,.-.,,., th- m...... ,. ;),,. A,,))(l,v c,nar factorv "� f:'"'" �!'- >'� '''!'!' ..>.-! Mi-- K..i Jannv, a hotel cashte'r, -lite, Marts trtt'a'OM Uake Stltc rt-.r lUll ,,. I i, \:o|ioy, N.Y., were mur. "' d.-r.-d m an ri'otiKdille. 1'hey wen; ... - _ ..... -~' -ha to .|,..i'h. No clue to the mur- this occasion. Tite .It.v htid behii a ^o ,1 direr ha- y.-t beep found. The bod- op..> for lio.ttin�. cliiuiiiiiS ".ml of hofi had been thrown Into the i all o'her outdoor ex,-:ci.-e.. and as j some ini!r.. Our experience and kiiowlodrpi insure satisfaction. LET US ESTIMATE ON YOUR WORK. YOU'LL FIND OUR PRICES UNUSUALLY REASONABLE. WELLINGTON BROS SHERLOCK BUILDING THE DECORATORS 7TH STREET S, LETHBRIDGE PEOPLE 10 FIGHT 10 BITTER END '.mini" 01 11 n tllia lit:-, and w aC. v. ill ' '- M'T...i-h. p;..'..,, c i,. - "ay. :> '1'hey : -McTav i-ti. ok, Mr at..I ' Ir.-. Al. \- . e;or:uai..i > attempts. ' amb'C -I K :: Mr-. N' e-ie . and Mi , � till i,i be : N"ble.-, pl'no and -oti^; .Mr. I ilydo ilj-liKhled Ho- p.iiiv wil.i initiii'. . .fid M i N i aiupbell Hoard for shells, raw materials and I on the baltlo field of France and i 1 "I'alar r.-citti' i-.n-. '"here were . ,-oir. .-r !ia Hupplles of various kinds, amounted ! Flanders tho German army U d.-fend-  '�:i'iV ''iiftoi'- A.'i-r lilt- runriM-i ,;n praiu lo Uie huge sum of ll.L'itfi.ouuJiuii. No I inK the sacred groiuul of Hie fathei'-Jess thau JL'Jt.u.OOiJ.udo. it has been j land. Recent announcement* by enemy statesmen, show purely and simply the will to annihilation and demonstrate 10 all of us the late which | Germany ban to expect if .-ho is not victorious; in this hauls. be eiidcavorinK to recover material! "Germany i; fightinK a hpter bt.t iosM-s through commercial trains. ; tie. In every renew.- I attacks our Through the operations of the lm- j enemies aro attempting perial Munitions' Hoard in Canada1' dtirltiK the past four years a vast amount of industry has been created directly for purposes of war. I'p to May ai last the total value of contractu let by tho Imperial Munition.' decisive-brouk-throtik'h in whi. havo up to tho present failed, will continue their ii-ode. "A severe, buttlit has foiiith.. The German people know what is at stake, They know that Toropt our: � \ a re Hi,- board i cm in,-, ! announced, has been paid out on at count of these orders. Almost tlireo quartors of that amount has been ipont on tho shell*'. Many new manufacturing plants were brought into fxistence as a direct result of this war hiiHiuesa; and many older plants' ivero extended and enlarged so that! they might seeiiro as many as possible of theso war contructj. Furthermore, ttio manufacturers, who havo had their share of the billion dollar trade conducted by tho Imperial Munition* Hoard, have not been obliged to worry about markets for their output. They have been saved tho initiative of salesmanship and the cost of it also. Provided they proline-d an article that met the requirements of tho government's inspectors, they wore assured of a profitable return. This war Industry, in other (he y,.. i.iril." . nfte- tiie pa lie. !'rom rejiort:-; ree.-iv � ] t he v.- -t '�! ed manv ot the -rnall lakei are dry. 1 ,-1 a t i .ti t. ' and eral miles ma'/ be travelled ' fiir Irad-t beloi" imii h gam-, j.- lound | na ; he.-n . iioiii the i,|