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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - September 3, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta 1 UESDA-y, SEPTEMBER 3, 1918 THAT SON-IN-LAW OF PA'S the Lrnmnmfiie datlt hfrald PAGE THREE By Wellington V^HAT \9 IHE IDW OF THIS BfifiXi NAIU IN 1rne.END NONEO\\�RBWhEP BUSINESS? ^WEITr-' 5INCBI PPOhlSEDrHEl-pCDN-SEpVEnH' YBPiCCO SUPPL>^, FEFi TK 6C3UDIEF2S, BY NOT pl^H NOR HH,m�iS>NE COMES IN MICfKrY --"HQNpy.j-^---" C^D HUMUm; BV jinks'. uooKS LIKE MFA'-CES^ER,AN'ONl>( half Sir R. Borden Tells of Trip Toronlo. Sepl. :;.~Sir Robert B .said. "Ilierc will be a better under-.siaiidiiig between employers and eni-plnycps and more jeasonable metliods of settling differences." He broiiglil this message from their Mnsmen fighting in Prame and Flanders: "We have fought and endured; we will fight and endure to the end. As we do our part, so wc pray that you shall do yours until the dawn of abiding peace through victory." Labor at the Front Out of :5C4.7.")0 Canadian troops over-. Reas, lie said, more than 227,000 had been classed as "working men." At the luncheon the premier devoted -some iiino to the question of goverii-iiient ownership and the operation of railways. He declared that his presence at the imperial war cabinet as the representative oC Canada was necessary to accomplish essential unity of purpose and of effort, and told of the decision ot the imperial war conference on tlie subject oC immigration betAveen India and tiio Dominion. liegarding the assertion that men were remaining in England who should he at Ihe front. Sir Robert declared: "J found no evidence of such conditions." His Stay in Ens!a�)rf Referring to liis absence in Englan:! attending the liuperia! war cabinel. Sir Robert .said at the luncheon: "Its deliberations are necessarily occupied v,-ith matters of great rioncern to all the Empire with relation to their war efforts. Without this opportunity of full and free dl.scussion and deliberations it would be impossible to accomplisii essential unity of purpose and of effort. No nation oj the Brit-tanic Commonwealth is more entirely entitled than Canada to have its voice heard in the deliberations of their Imperial war cabinet, and for the time being my duty.-lay there. Three hundred thousand Canadians in I'^rance ajid Britain would have held me recreant it I had abandoned the most important deliberations and ucrmitted conclusions vitally affecting them and all our people to be decided while my country was unrepresented." NEW RECOIIO FOR AX mmm Over $200,000 Taken in During Tiic First Di.scount Period BOOTLEGGERS ARE GIVEN A WARNINu In a raid staged by Aetlng-chief Bowker and the city police on Saturday night, Florence Creaaon, who has a house at the corner of 5th street And 61 h nveuuo was arrostetl and �!harffed with keeping liquor in other than a private dwelling. She appeared before Magistrate Irwin this morn-iu)i ami was fljied i'lu aud coats. The police declare that .when they entered the place they found 12 men there v.Oiile 18 more called -within 40 min-iites. A hint is given at the police station that war ou the bootleggers has started. TELLS OF ACTIVITIES OF AIR FORCES ON HEBATTLEFRONTS Lonaon. Sept. 2,-The operations of tlie British aviators along the fighting zone are described In an official statement issued last night as follows: "After the heavy rain ot Sunday night the weather improved and our airplanes and'balloons carried on their work in a clear atmosphere and high wind. "In spite of the opposition of enemy machines more than 11,000 photo-grap''.s were taken b.v our airmen and many reconnaissance.s effected. Contact with our advancing troojis was closely maintained. "Our obsofvation balloons wore constantly pushed forward and these .with our artillery patrols kept our batteries informed as to nuraerou.S| targets whicii were successfully engaged. "Throughout the day the area_ in wiiich the Germans were entering was searched by our low flying men, who everywhere attacked enemy troops and transports with bombs and machine gun fire, causing heavy casualties and much confusion. Bridges and railway connections were heavily bombed in the enemy back ureas. "In the air fighting eight enemy machines were destroyod and four driven down out of control. Six. hostile machines were l)roug!it down in flames by our airplanes. Kight of our machines are missing. Niflht Bombing "On the following nigin bombinfe was continued both in ;lie zoiif; immediately beyond the bulile line and further east. A German airdrome beyond St. Quentin'was heavily attacked and direct hits wern oiiscrvfd. We lost one night bombing machine. "During the twenty-four liours more than thirty-four tons of bombs were launched on different targets. "In addition to the hostile machines already reported to havr- been accounted for on Friday last our at.ti-aircraft guns brought down a (Jprnian n'ght bombing machine on th:il iluto." G. N. RUNS Oiy 3 TRAINS A1 C. p. R. Continues Daily Service! On Coutts Line-No Orders Re Other Service voller.s went south to Coutts bound for U.S. point.s. but they will be forced to stop over at Swoct Grass for one day before they can continue their journey. Thei'e is no ne\v.� today as to wiien the C.I'.K. will comply Willi the railway, board's order to restore the trains on tlie (."ardston line, but it significant that the company is continuing a daily .service on the Coutts branch though, witii ihe witlidrawal of three trains a week ou the G.X.lt. south of the line it v.^ouUl be natural to expect that the C.IMt. would meet the new international service, and take off the Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday trains. DP EN SUNOIAL SCHOOL The new Sundial consolidated school be opened iie.xt Friday evening, Sept. Gth. with a grand concert .he ])rogram of which will consist of spcf-clies, song:-; and other selec-tioii.s. Sui))ier will served during the evening. Klaborate plans are being made by the people of the district for the event. Hereafter the Great .\ortIiern pas-j senger train from threat l'"'all.'; to) Sweet Grass will run only on Mon-i days, AVednesdaya and I'Yidays. That' is the information secured this morn-' ing at the C.P.R. ticket office here. This morning a large number of tra- ECZEMA Read this testimonial: For three years I have been trouble^] with Kczonia on my face, hands and legs. Jly doctor could not cure nie. also tried patent salves advertised on the market, which also proved no value. Was advised to try Swaizcma, which has entirely cured me. I strongly recommeiul this remedy to those suffering from Eczema. Guaranteed and sold in Lethbridge fay The Kenny & Allin Co., Ltd., druggists -Advertisement Dr. A.T.Spankie M.D, CM. EYE, EAR, NOSE AND THROAT SPECIALIST Office rooms 121-122 New P. Burns Building, Corner S(h Avj. and 2nd St. East, Calgary. Office Phono ?,f2S4S Uesideuco Phone M2077 Interne and House Surgeon, Manhattan Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat Hospital, New York City, W J1-1014. Specialist to Calgary School Board. PHONE 733 f^OR THE 0. K. REPAIR SHOP Shoes and Small Machinery 817 Third Ava. FARMERS* BUSINESS People's Forum With over $200,000 of the current yvr's taxes taken iu during the first discount period ending on Saturday, a new record for tax iiayments was establislied, so far as recent tux his-lory in Lethbridge was concerned, i-ast year the total during the same lieriod amounted to .$100,000 but this included all the mailed cheque.^ which I reached the city after the first dis- ' count day and which wore posted in time to get the discount. On .^^Htnrday total tax payments were J.'Jti,500. which included about $1500 arrears. On Friday the' payments amounted to JSSl.lO?. The total taxe:-! levied amount to flboiit $440,000, 80 that the first period has seen almost 50 per cent paid in. The discount allowed during the anonth of September is 9 per cent, so that a large further reduction in 'the amount attu ofttstanding is exiiccled. PTE. TiS. BERNiER HAS BEEN WOONDED Pto. Thos. Bernler, who enlisted S\'itli the Lethbridge Highlanders is seriously woundert according to word received today b.v his wife, who re-itldes oil Second avenue soutli. Pie. UernierYs suffering from a severe gunshot wound in the left thigh: Prior to oniisling he was employed aa a I'avmor. Lance Corp. Fred A. Russell is reported to have been wounded in the hip by shrapnel on August Wt\x. He enlisted with a Sonlhorn AFberta �mounted unit. Mis folks r0.sido at Ihe liussell Mines south ot the city. Communications under tbLi heading must bear th� Blgudturea ot the writers. CITY GOVERNMENT. Ivethbridge, Aug. 31, 191S. Editor Herald. Dear Sir: lu' one of your issues of this week you published a letter from a Mr. Galvin, who must have been Rip Van Winkling for at least a decade if hiK ideas on munifiipal ^Bov-ernment as expressed in that Ij^er, are to be taken seriously. ' I would ask Mr. Galvin and anyone who read and took his letter seriously to read the third editorial, and more especially the last clause in the editorial, in the Saturday ^'ening Post of AugiiBt 31.st. Respectfully yours, W. H. -WEBSTER. CLIMBS CROWS NEST : ? ? ? ? H