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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - September 7, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOUR THE LFTHBR1DGB DAILY HERALD SATI'HDAY, SKPTRMHEH 7. 1018 Xetbbrifcoc Ifocvafo Xctbbrl&fle, Hlbcvta DAILY ANU WSEKLY Proprietor! ana" Publlahsr* JUtl LETHBRIDQE HERALD PRINT, INO COMPANY, LIMITED til 6th Streat South, Lethbrldge W. A. Buchanan President s.nd Managing Director k*oan Torrance - - Business UailM*' TSLF.PHONtS i Business Office.............. I1S1 i Editorial Office .............* ""' 11*4 Subscription RaUai l-Bally. delivered, per week At 'Datly, delivered, per year .. . .IB.W Daily, by mal). per year ......|4.M Weekly, by mail, per ye*r .....%\M .Weekly, by mall, per ya*r to TJ.B,.tf.0# Dates of expiry ot eubscrlpttdca ap-year dally on addresi label. Acoept-, ajjca of paper* fit*, explratiia daU la I nr authority to continue ti� tub- ' acrlpUoD. "THE PROGRESS }OF THE WAR. While the British advance ha? mo-^Mient nri iy halted before Canihral. ^whick presents- difficulties, which are Jfliot immediately polub'.e. the progress ;tif the allies ou all other fronts continues unabated. Field Marshal ! manufacture {Malg'� forces continue tn force the art-j amount fvanco south of Peronne.' and the' : rrenfh forces ara pushing forward 'frturther southeast, having reache1 a .jijint within three miles of LaFere iThe Franco-American forces ou the I .Ye?ie froa:. have also been able to .make further capture?. The steady advance keeps up. Heports from reliable sources con-. ot the pric- of the P.P. I'.'ls .-Up .--a the b;>$i� o;' the price prevailing a' the cud of .'lily hist year, and this action aa'c-miiticaHy set the price- on '.he sma'.l-r Canadian output. That put the Canadian price around the To cent mark a: ^PICKED UP IN* PASSING *�* THE BUSrHSl I Anna Held, the late valued at J:'-' Toronto barbers price of a hair cm a Cress, Hi iioo. loft an ou- are increasing the from 35c to ode. Thus. Qu'Appeile. A S'ew.i: fined >:. fuuer.:!. A. M i'-i editors of A. N" !":, insni jic c ; Kdwar.l Is'. I John O'lt iiow jitin :;;.>-. d!' i Alt-.-r: ' x liedtnond. pioneer S.\~k.. is dead. of Fort if I.adysmith. H.C.. was 'aiming his auto past it -ill-.-- di"d n- St, Cull .- w a � i'.'.c cf t he first \'.ir.cofiv-'r World I Winnipeg of '.'rim-- Wild Ciolc- ,1ns Crampton, a customs official nt Windsor for HO years, 1h dead. Hohort Miller, father ot the Mayor of Knmloop.s. is dead, aged '.'7 years. Lieut. A. F. Millar, of Rapid City, Man., was killed in action. Douglas MeDougnll, son of the late Uev. nr. John McDougall, of Calgary, has been wounded. In the Okauaguu the Indians piay haseball with each other for flop, a same, I.ieut. Harley C,. Smith, son of Or. tlarley Smith, of Toronto, was killed I in action. Major .lack Sutherland, a Winnipeg lawyer, whose parents reside at Cor-v.l. Alia., has been killed in action. tlniiiiry Force for Siberia. They ex-pool to lenyp shortly. II. Winter, formorly of the Hudson's liny CDinpuny. will return to Miielood front UithbrldKO. Mr. Winter will In all prolmblllty atari In business for himself hb bookkooper, etc. William Long, .lii years, a barber. formorly of Macleod. Albnrtn, w.nt found dead In the lavatory In tho basement of the 10. .1. Young Plumbing Co. block on Hnventh avnnmi east, Calgary, n( 12-If. o'clock lodtiy. No ono hu'w tho man enler Mm place and It. Is thought that ho may have boen there all night. ivit'.ce dpi pr W. !!. Cartel', contractor, is the new idem of the Winnipeg board of t rade. Southern Albe; their clips dur woo t lie many following the disasters German army on the western Mutinies and desertions appen: the- order of tho day. which some growers sold summer. But tne British governmet't r.\-I awnrded huge cou'r.t."- f,c wo '.:en cloth in Canada, rcquirinc f.>r it- -more than twice "he wool annually grown in C;-.nad.i; the t'Hit-d S'.ve;- n.....>.>.\ every pound grown in tiiat country' for its own army and domestic u?es; so the British government did the naturai thing-it wen' to the Australian supply of� '! .1 wool and diverted to its Canadian manufac'urinK clients . ...i.�.i'��.> �� pounds of wool for their purposes. As this is twice the Canadian annua! the extreme ' output the Canadian manufacturer?, a ire.-- , who should be the natural buyers of the Canadian product. especially McNanch Nt ill. It. Watson, sou of tin file department in New '. H.C.. lias been killed chief \\'->st-in ue- llaniiltoti, Ont, Sopt. 7.-The Fed-orated Association of Letter Cnrriorn at this morning's .tension dovoted much timo lo discussing amendments to tho' constitution. A resolution from the executive of the Dominion Postal Clerks' association was read by A. MeMordie. of Toronto, hut was filed. The resolution urged Hint a Joint executive be formed of members of the Dominion Postal Clerks, the Carriers' association, and Railway Mall Clerks, this body to be given the governing power to tnko whatever united i action Is necessary to place the claims-of the civil servants before the government. The pnHtnl clerks in favor of this committee proposed to petition tho government for another | conference with the sub-committee of . the cabinet, this conference to be held j before the next session of parliament and tho following demands to be presented: The present war bonus to be mudo I part of the salary, thereby doing nwny | with all war bonuses and making ', them permanent increases. j clerks ! T.u-oic .f o nromiuenl Presbyterian minis-u' Winnipeg, liov. i>y, l>n Val and Hr. itairil. have recently lost on the battlefield. > goplu rs went in curly this It. The (Irciu'.wood. lit'. Lodger : opened ; � way to make it more effective. If jprohibition is to prohibit the full es-j tent of the law must bo made use of. j tho j rout. | under tho wonderful doctrine of ,\ o be I protective tatiff. decided that It 1 would be a good chance to bear t'a-.-price of the Canadian product. And �.hat is what they are r.ow bu.-y doin-The whole structure of the transaction is protection through government control. It could not be farther past Northwest contingent tartly en! ci-v. Mr. \ from being a free tra transaction if the high protection: editor of our weekly eor.tempora had figured it out with the id giving his; high protectionist !: in the woollen manufacturing ness all the best of the ileal. c.ui !:'.* year Met !!- helped to picl- �r .summer ;:\ two ;�, res of cloM-ri. V-'yiuaii. fur the g-'-ri'.-ral supcrintonden; la.u K'.evator company. ':'� as joined the I'oy. a! i lovntett Police, in wliiclt If* i:.i .i;i -e.n In >)i> --irtte. amounting to the sum of SJ.r.u p--r ' month for every year of service. In ' case of death tho five per cent, kept from his salary shall bo given to his dependents, or if said men.her shall resign or be dismissed for any reason the money shall be returned with interest at the rate ot six per cent." OF 1 eturi U ti'-h* uority repei'. a -Hilled tile lidiliirs of that "I'-.-- month. .in Cobb .-�ion. ho iv MUM CROSS PtXClTER f'K.RKK i!".- o;:i Hie Kchoi, .- ;,n ' '�'.:'-�. A. Cu-'ae and i'i ' Hear Irvln S. Cobb sno MACLKOI) i From the News) Two of our local men havi to Macleod this week after seeing a.. � live service at the front. Lieut. Ho.-.l ,' who was formerly an urchltea ,o s ||,. i has lea n invalided home ou acooiu;! : of h-.irt trouble. Con.-tab'.e K !gar. of the II N.W \[. Police, and .1 Ha/'d. of Water'-m Lakes, hav- hotli joined tie- Kxpidi- farm Stock, Implements, Household Goods AT DIAMOND CITY On Saturday September 7th AT TWO O'CLOCK J'1 good milk cows, fresh tall and wL.ter; 1 sow with 10 young pig?. 10 weeks; 1 useful horse. ;i year-, quiet to drive or ride; | light wagon; 1 set lie. harness; 1 set buggy harness; 1 cook stove in good order; 2 healers; 'J kitchen cupboard-; 1 small kitchen cabinet; 1 dresser and wa-hstand; 1 kit ;>:,- -li no '..heir residence on the amount r._, jvi-r � Krui'-.i:.: ph. -, about thirteen (>>:>. i:-g tinted ov.-r . -outh. of 'own They (ame from iron j Springs and made the ninety mile trip . 'I". Wy-! in a wagon, bringing horses and cat-e moving | tie with them. It took them about a neighbor- ! week to mak- it. purpose en- j On July r.'.'th at Si. Paul's chur' h. ie.oval Port man Square. London, W.. by the 1'aber. | Pev. Donah! P Kobinson. Staff Sergt William l!ej:;y Cpton. C.K..K . was marrhd to 1! ina Amy, eldest, daughter of W Hi.un Francis Cough, of Hello P lint th- n.Pleat Oil tl- VI t n t � tran-char: Th. ill- -r who oi h - Marib i I.;. iig � to tli" e o.nii.1. '.mi w.a f.-rred �� of W o rc-a'de *.; ; to 1 Will be ivai WI -., 'aiii-- lie 1 'a. Surrey. Kngland. of considerable Import-.'iini'.inity was made here a.-n the F.xpress Office i losed and the business ' ; Pincher Station, in \\ atson. us of Mountain Mil! will �urn that Hilly Whittuker  �inetnbe'red as a brother 'inker, section engineer, i a -evere wound In the at present in hospital in w s^Vr'tested mmmm. PRESBYTERIAN METHODIST e must now make one teaspoonful of coal do the work of two"-Chicago Daily News. Quite a proposition where hratitu? the home is to he considered, hut by installing a Knox Church Corner 4th Av�. and 8th Street 3. Rev. Capt. A. H. Denoon. "antor Rev. W. F. Burnt, Acting Pastor. lingular services morning at II and evening at 7.HO. 10 a.m.: Rovs Department. 12.80 a.m. Hlg Sisters' Bible, Ctnss. Mil.pjl.: Rlr HrotbeiB' Hlblc Class. 12.Iti p.m.: Other lJepartmeut of Sunday School  p.m.: C'hltinuc Class. xf mace Yon will liave an efficient, economical heating apparatus. A Gurney-Oxford Furnace; installed by us will be a source of comfort and content. FREEL & ELLIOTT EXPERT TINSMITHS, LETHOftlDGE THE UNITED CHURCH OF NORTH LETHBRIDGE Rev. E. J. Horifllns, B.A., Paster 1271 5th Ave. N. Phone 1689 Mrs. Fred Jackson, choir leader, lb a.m.: Clans meeting for boys an.:10 and 7.SO p.8* Tuesday and ThtirsdnyH, 8 p.m. lOvangellHt it. J and Mrs. Scolt assUt lug. A Hearty Welcome to All, NORTH LETHBRIDGE GOSPEL HALL (Lute dili Ave. N. Haptlst Church) Speaker: .loliu Rim, 13lb St. N. Sunday School ll-i p.m. Kvening Service, 7.30. Subject: "Hell and the Lake of Fire." Everybody Welcoma. ;