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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - September 6, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta Vpage four the lethbridge daily herald friday. september 6, 1018 Wltori�l Offlca TSLRPHONtS 1SS1 male t Subscription Rataai , , sHfly, delivered, per woek .,�,% .10 j"' Datlr. delivered, per year _____IB 00 n �> D��y. by mall, per ysar ......�4.M i Waekly. by malt per year .....%\M >. ''w:vr.i :,Waekly, by mail, per yenr to TJ.3..$J.0� : r. Itelanrt was for four years a po-iitieal Jiflsoner ir!"-v-:nf In Germany, nnd to him the liberty for which the allies art? flplitinR has a very vlt.il tnonnim; The Toronto Globe, com-uiontinp editorially out IiIh address to the exhibition crowd at Toronto recently had this to say: "fie spoke of tlio war. the one no sorbins passion of his -mil. thi preuio concern of all civilization spoke of the winniuj; of the war or.o purpose of lits emle.uVr. vital task of all lovers of liberty. "His appeal was for *PICKED- UP IN* PASSING *�* *** tosrSSr s'.l-He lie There have born 13 deaths at Chatham front typhoid fever since the epidemic started. Andrew Kodfiers. formerly a drayman :it Calgary, died suddenly at It rags Creek Arthur lhirkes was drowned irt th-1 liny while swjniniiuiT at lleacli Ko.ul CrossniK. Hamilton, Oili. c c - �. Ion in war strtiss'.e. .- stnice!". trusclo. i\ men aipatrtet - u- t: fr-^e �erlptlon. [.the progress [of the war. : Tin? British forces are i their way east of the tcouth of reronne. wh�re know what 'xciaijr," ic 'Yen love freedom rueai:- and :i in:; ^they made new captures ot importance {onie distance southeast o; rerotit-e. fThp forces in Flanders have npb--l }>.'piive Chapelle. On -i.e Vesle river jjrunt the Americans are makinc -t.a.dy f'progress and the Herman reiii�e::'."tit continues. A lull in tiw fish: im: :~ i�'xpcc(eil. due to the ,c!"al pliysii.i! jHecesSity of Jlmrjnir up .'. hrt. 't'hieflv of the armies "inrd nut t [-lies -h-'fore them in the capture cause i).., !las himself experie:: from which civilisation fi-chi free.i hu bumlnsr word- are w'.ih uieanini:. There :u;'.-l Uertaatt-niade peace, declare* laud, wlio ktu>ws wliat a i rna.l-' p-.-ai ' f-.'i.-*. tu-.-a:; llitiri Sevenn ttehin-'. Iv.is . iiitr.se',; a srt tae pioneers t, Manttolet. 1 after a 'wo nved u> and C'li: to!). On!  awards In creamery butter a; 'eror.to Xationai l-'xhibition have mainly to Alberta -and Maui-wi'it ijr.ehee a good se.oud. aiu! no simply nowhere. The women's army auxiliary corps or Kiit'land now has over T.ooo Rlrls in Trance actltiK as orderlies, driving ,cmi motor trucks and cookinp. Lieut. Harry Stttnrt M.icKenzie, son o'" .Mr. and .Mrs. Wm. MacKenile ot Kctint'ii. has been killed in action, lie was a well known hockey player. Madame Alexandre C.ibeil. of Ba-inn. Cjue., SI years old. mother of lit . i'.dren. has arrived in Kdmonlon alter u Journey of six days which ook alone. lie V .1 tarce Wom-ui's l..i! bet; ttsed tended Pie or I.o,ic.ue : the b-.ta' In "r and hotels." Hs this true U'ambrai. where a '{Vo- te The force? are now prnc; e pates nf this important c t will be some itays. peril or two before th�y wtl! : ily effect its occupation. ,.f, ,r.. �rai-k ha- cally E IL Keculations ^ovenum: Tie distribution of potato ration* in S'.ve.len w-tit into effect Sept. I. Th" dally allowance will bo one pound of potatoes. i iiar.ted with bribery of t:i>: r. in police, m an attempt in \"i::;.:'.�n fr-un ;i:i:f;try serv1 ai e.i. , li, at., k i; a. j,,, i; I'.v;.--;- o' Kdmor.ten. was am r>nm- ! iccnre the task of the americans. 'i'.ioiiith the Anierii >.;: army lakep. an active part in some of | rece'it heavy fichtins on the we front, the great body of men r sentinp I'uclo Sara h.ive a; yet , Fiesn Coaida: a way to Miss ivos aitaiti lookitlK w your.K Coaldalo ur Own I'ert*-^; ri'tont! Sept. ' �-S. ::oo! itood start on Tue-ar.l Miss, Hunt are l 11. We know i ei men who know Ked O. tit de, �'.tlt �;c: ,iv ;a; � from in i f an 1 dumb New York e that the V.'a ori.-.e the he tlyinir al insti-t say.- a 11 t s Wiiliam l.otlK. 3i years, a barber formerly employed at the Kim: George -i: >p. i'ak-ary. was found dead in the I iva'ury in the hasemetT of the I-'.. J. VmiK Tluniblns Co. A cable message received at Montreal from London .announces that Lord Soutlihorotigh has been elected a director of the (irate! Trunk rall- Mucli credit la duo the president, and her commlftoos for the. success of this dinner, ntid the noddy most grato-fttlly acknowledges the donation ot money and dishes of food bo willingly given by the peoplo of tho district on that day. Tho pocloty wlshos also to thank Mr. Tliotuns for tho free vise, of the building where tho dlnnor was served. Mr. llort Nolson for froo drayago, nnd the men who helped build tables nnd decorate. The Vlc-trola, lent by Mr. John ilenson added much to tho enjoyment of the dinner hour. On Sept. 2nd. 101X, the event of tho Baseball tournament at Unrons. Tho Ued Cross Society sold tags and collected $8l'.T>0. The Society wishes to thntik those who donated to this fund, and also the young ladles for their efforts hi tagging. l''or this month tho Rod Cross Society sent to the Hod Cross Society at Calgary $135.50. One hundred dollars to bo given to the convalescent, hospital at Frank. J1S.00 for the kit ban (utid and $17.50 for tlio Christmas Stocking fund for overseas. Tho following donations ot work were made, for tho month of August: Mrs. lverson, nlno personal property bugs, ton T bandages. Jlr.i. Hruce McClelland, six personal property bags, two pairs pillow cases. Miss Katio I'lerco, knit I oil wash cloths, two. Mrs. I'lerco, knitted wash cloths, two. Mrs. den. Hasiuussen, two pair knitted socks. Mrs. 1*. Hasmusson, two pairs of pyjamas. Mrs. Stark, one pair of pyjamas; four personal property hags. Mrs. s. C. Truman, Ja towels, tltreo amputation dressing covers, one day shirt. Mrs. Truman, Per. and Treas. par: nro'ment of �rvice. ay. in place of the riek Kircbrace. late Col. Krod- teni uo'.l tii-y look. We should lo.-t in Coaldalo without tiles ynniK la lies. Mr Shoefield. the ne-v pr.-.. i getting liobl of the work At 'r"~ at- :s staying with Mr. Mitch--put'hi* household effects are -\y | tured the opinion t::.f �wi'.l be u-eil to keep the move during the to that th'' retiring have no chance to di� and pile up reserves in ni.-n and ammunition for the spring. 'The above opinion looks logical. i>nd If it can be followed out there is little .! ..ibt that the l:�11� fighting will be on r,er :nan soil. ei unite pop-liar etpal ;- ��I! ur.'!1. . liver- ! � C V U i l.ab>r a Vill; The school principal arid th ister were out stookini; las; It is stated thru one or 'wo e s'.ooks are still standing The f-.Uov.i-ig is a s;.i-.-.:ie:-.; newcomer to Cordial ' "t t'.av in Coaldalo dinriet. now for and 1 d � lie a r till utle sv.-r tti.it have -. til- A:re-:i, the I,-::!-winter met i lerman i ; th-n.s.-lc-- w.'i-k 4 neighbor aide �n ivollldll t Auotlje; vet !i 1'.. trict tr. Optirnism .Mr. Im, !-' for the j.i.n the r.S. In spite ,,f i'iii.iiri-i.'.iti!)ii "t an tin kin about a: at Coal la! w.-iimer s' Infe the fr.e.n w:. i .at it house of the rtritj uli near St Taornas. w.th i'atio.'s and tn.m.v t!io:i*.i::d rtli of persona! belonitincs - of t!l-' . bib. I'lll destlove) total loss is t-stimat-'l .if Stef..t! .-on. An li'-in H.i'.vson en route lo rs in the north, v. ill Canadian govevnt: re, l.imatton of {{,,. "! t*a�'nliaii w.l Territorial offlciRls estimate this year i Alaska sea fool yield will be worth over ?eO.ilOO.O' ". according to an announcement mad" by K. J. White - hief of the territorial bureau of pub-leity. Last year th" food yield of !);- Alaskan waters was worth over } -! i iiiijiiii.i. I:; th" midst nf making hi? film for I r.'ie Sim to stimulate interest in th" e.-xt Liberty loan. Ibvighis Fair-bank- ri" elvitd a ren'iest from the 'ar.adiun government f-ir a similar tid Mr WM.-oti d- . i-ehiltd .1 P.! ". illg tie- HU oil file untr 'I'M O'l sir a in� n-o;.i"> ': ir. -.-ei-' Jr . I* H >Mte a: ::,y wet '.i at C �ath-r aiiial-- in SOUTHERN ALBERTA farmers SHOULD GO AFTER this prize. Within a few weeks tj,.. aiuoiul iJty Farming Congress exposition nil: ' bti held at Kansas City, Mo. A few years ago, Southern Alberta, tor advertising purposes, took a great part in this exposition. But since c.i]_\ when the big exhibition wa* held here, nothing much has been done. The war has Interefered. and for various other reasons our tanners, have not been encouraged to exhibit their products in competition with the world. This year, bowever. there has been li revival of interest and whii�- !..-th-bridge Is not Bt-ndlng an exhibit as In the old days, nevertheless the boards of trade ot the south are be Ktirring themselves to have tho farmers ot their districts make individual oxhlblts. As an Incentive the C. P U. department of natural resource; is offering a special tlioo prize for the best bushel of wheat exhibited It would be a feather In Sunny Southern Alberta's cap this year to capture this prize. And its capture would result In an increase in the, flow of W�ll-to-tlo settlers to this part, fcutbern Alberta still has hundreds l#f thousands of acres of the finest .prairie lands which fhe plough lias /never touched. These are awaiting (tha gattler, and anything we can do to encourage him to come will re ; dpund to the prosperity of tho district. That la why our farmers should tn&ko uu effort to lift the world's ipramler wheat prize at Kunsas City [tbla fall. roiI. (To- old-tiui'-r remark- 1. 'V m-m-r used to Clink ..f ee:;'.:::^- nti Suvluy like :kis._ It ju-- .-:iov.-. !e th'.r.rs are improving" lli-v. S. !'ike of Iron r-'prr.iir- v. preach at chin. ,e ,,-.-order of tin- day now li-,!;- > n-1 -! , finality ar" worthy at tlo- c.�a!-l; listrief. ITU- >ou .,.,-(! T It t.,::.:..,i. - j, ca r ' 'Tne ladies it ill of CuaM.i!'- i aoi: held a ~oi in! reunion at tie hotio-Mr- Heigh, las'. Saturday Tie u. Kiiui �,e the Iflth aniiivef. ..:;. ->f ot i :n- .--Lit- organization th.-te hi- ,..- ... !u ijuarrcl or a mi �iitnli-r-t.u.-i There lias only been one d-atii a- . : the inerubi-rsliip. Mi,;.- ihar, -' has been raised fur local t:;- loc. Mont . re", pta-le the i'egul.i ho'.-l and. I li--1 Cro,.- i in i no u !.. tt.ni oil;, d . - The Itarons Col-, iiati Ited Cross Society " .1! s,',.v August J'.lth, I'll*., la oti'b'i'.' buslnes-i mooting nmiit.  tint managed the din th" day of the F.irmer-Au.-'ist 7, litis, gave then in I t.ny � ho'ved a balance o: netted to the Red Cross. � n i1' .1V0 b--etl ' or-.- f,,r More ih.ttl and mar.- l:.e I'nllfd S sire - tin- ' I ..ii !' ' Of FOR 1. FORCES Recruits are wanlod for the. Canadian KiiRliioors nnd Dlvlsionnl Signal Company, fer service with tho Siberian Kxpedltlonnry Force. Men only will be ncct pted who are frbt subject to tho Military Service Act. Thu usual tradoR will be accepted for tho Knginoors Field Company, nlong with ii proportion of good horsemen to bo enlisted us drivers. Tho following trillion will bo enllHtcd for tho Divisional Signal Company: telegraphers, tolophonista, tdogruph, telephone and power linesmen, Instrument repairers, motor cyclists, short-rein drlvors. switchboard moil, telephone trouble men, wireless oponitors; also men who have, hud a fair ndnciitlon to train us visual signallers, regardless, of trades. These nre two of the most popular branches of the service and men desirous of joining these milts should communicate with tho'recruiting officer, Lieut, d. N. Stowo, Itoom 7, (''antral Uulldlng, Culcary, where full Information will bo given them. Capt. T. Stcphons Allan, M.C., sou of Thoburn Allan, Calgury, has tiled of wounds. in il.i-1 �I-'l II Wil.-t: all i-li'b Art isitM iviiinv.-l I.-. bin "I poi>'>!)!il� it id �If, Vi- lli.- la d.-"I,I--! ill tgmal '!! Kov lias ju- t ,-ni-i with a d -I . li il.-i- Mil, itn[iro\ einerit >'�! fill Montreal. Sept. 4.-Heeommc-nda-1 '' L (i'>nti for tin; adopting of a uniform \ ' '"'!-�!1I,,'!'''� divorco law, so far as such a Uiwita,l"n' s�'''""'1 1 could be mude applicable to the var-1fo,l:"' b'uilty by gi lous provinces of Canada, were passed j "f this afternoon by thu Canadian liar - ;'s OR. HENRI BELAND AND HIS APPEAL. Dr. Henri BelanU, who will speak An I^ethbrldgt) shortly make= a wot,-tlerful appeal to the people ot Can-Ada (or unity In the fight for liberty. Lab. �(lui'-'r.i-. nf the -lid li.pot li i'- bee Keginielit, was nf-i'iil court iiicrti.i! one or nioie of the - j l-lxpert and duly i|iia!lfh cdutltm legisliitlmi �houIil b,- pussi-d | nmk.-rs and creamery opei.itors. by the several prtivluci from taxmlun the estates of Uio soldiers who have talb-n in the |'ie-sent war, up to JlO.ooo " Alberta Members Honored. Tho Alberta council is. as follows; Honorary vlco-jirt sidont, iiyn. .1. It. Uoyle, JC.C, attortieygeueii^t vicn-prealdont, H. B. li�iint:ti, K.C., Calgary. Council; James Mnir, K.C., Hon. Wilfrid Clariepy. K.C., T. M. Twetidle, KC, M.I'., S. B. Woitde, K. C, H. 1*. O. Savary, K. if. Newtol, t< n. 1-1 xpert passi-tl 1 makers exempting I cni'ding to u Cab'ur i-(-.-