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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - September 10, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta *AGE FOt'R rriF. LETHRRIDGE DAILY HERAT* 1TKSDAY. SEPTpMHKK !0. 1018 Xetbbilboc Hxnalb IctblH'i&oc, tllfevta ^ -:- J DAILY ANtf WEEKLY r -- Proprietor* and PUbllthil* |fH� LETHBRIDGE HERALD PRINTING COMPANY, LIMITEO MS ��h Stroet South, Lethbridj* W. A. Buch�t:�n Prestdsnt. and Managing Director fobs Torranco - - riu3lnt>�� Maaagw IMPRESSIONS When Will (ho War End" When certainly soundly bi>? You can ffront answer will the lint end punished war end until the When look for a hutntr ; to that query tt will enemy is will that 1 dtt- 'PICKED UP IN �* PASSING Po* THE BUSY MAN Croston. IV C. f it? fruit crop estimates this veni- al p TSLFPHONE* Buiinesf Office .......... �Mltorjl Offic* .......... Tins war has had so many ups down? that it is never safe to jeoture about what is going to pen next Over in Hng'iand then much ennfidt. r.t'o situ'-.' i the Marne region began of course it will !-� Rreat! �ami con-hap- TV ears ' � an. j Aid - operation ot one may be permitted ii lUBtl i Sa value Ti 0,000. street katche- C Marshal', announces �imliiiate for mayor of that Car been l ve in t* .15.00 .14.09 .SIM .}2 OJ 8ub�crlptlon R�t&.�j fatly. delivered, per week ... Dally, delivered, per i't*r �   Dally, by mail, par yenr ..... W&ekly, by mall, per year .... ^kly, by mall, per y?*r to 17.S Datei o� expiry ot aubacrlftioti ar-^ear dally on address lube! Acceptance of paper* i.flo. axplrati.n ante U ttr cutho.-lty to continue tie subscription .-�online at dors. T' is or I'lt-rnians. ive of the territory they l.iekt i:oa!t� in '.voni'.'-r v. Viet. r; Searpe and has dv .Inly, and stimulated alone the Flau- . increase '-rta through the recent ' iv,ii;i':: on the railways. Thos. W. of Portage Pi-out. well la Prairie. known citizen Is dead. K. J. Victoria (.int. MulHgnn, county. Pr A lost part i shot whtli inn. i ham former warden of died at Omeniec, F.dtiiotiton. aeculentallc THRESHERS FURNISH (Ctntiniikd from lpnoNT 1'auji) Nothing higher than this lias been re ported yet. Mtuiy crops arc going much lower than that. Tito encouraging feature isi that, contrary to first expectations, the whole district will (tot more than seed hack from the crops. dest roved mtas Pure the Milk d d at that i the men to ho! Germany the p hat has caused THE PROGRESS OF THE WAR. There is apparently the victorious allied western front. ..itho.i-hits nan- reached tie- s tioit becomes a more Tho allied aii.-iie- an old Uindenbiirg i::.. vaunted formidable i advances before Cot: snd J..i Fore are he:! more slowly. but 71 >r and i-lai! no ar:-ai >i;e '.or on the eh ;h  offen.-ive stace v. .� ;u- factor, almost upon ll.e ,.f.-i = e:-. and the mi. St Cuentw !e i a/Ii >s surely morntt :g. wi.i taKe � to satis y Gerrsna?. allies have 1:00 tile The a! otiei-s-yield tl-.e r.e unless it. l!.u-k -pic nm>; he defeat. ea: of ex- 'e.eiy \^ar vith 'Vu> h t>> d.-i\e >. e-k- is a he pa: I of lie lacks real ilirlit 1. ^ndov.'s he lar::. Pemin! . r.ew- "('e( -t and el. was lieal isriiooi. one 1st up uvdate in �e-ied. Uev. Taher. ]�'.. Hoothroyd, low pastor of formerly of '/io:i Metho- dist t'hurch. stt, John. Nl"- cia'e (ions. lo'n Mllll liter of 1 Kolnp OVi h. of rofbv: Toronto, asso-eriati [inblk'a-as a chaplain. Mushrooms liavi I preceiiented numb durine the past f" :>:vd Teel 111 u n ninty Wm. Dure farmers and dosa. Man. one 01 the best known Minne- w dead. An order in I'oun.i'i i War Trade Hoard 01 1 I output a-ad orders of iri nipowers tip �oriiiiiato tin , ami steel. lieo Nv Nor,. Out., a:: Fit a 1- . ami Kceina. pieinoe: ormeri Sask . is u iden' of Urillia. ad. Sir l-.Mw.ird Kemp. 1Us!m;i tittd Sit- Clifford Sifton l.av. from Filmland for Can 1 la proee. the h .,1 St. Qttentin. Saturday has praclically been -urrour. led. al forces advancirs from the nortiiwe^t and southwest. I.a Fere is in an equally precarious position, and the are believed to at- evacuating both centres. tireai-'itr. bound to i; morale no the people. When will present push the Herman opportunity prepare much s ive a only An.I ked effect tho army the : can arm to r battle. r than war he ko wi.l 1!her tio' ha: :,V-'the nd may marine. on the but of If the -o that ive the and come. Tito Anson Unpins, ten years .smothered hi a en-ein of a at r-.rad-.vicli. win-re h'- and o' were piayi-.u," Waterloo Couneil ,-rderel i Solicitor to resign, all- el;:; ir service and not at1 -udinK C. e.n: ci 1' s meetings. Id. was 1 i pit ; lads ' 1 'arm ve ,-.-te ley \' was aw, in to til of T, ro: �do. a I'll': Kill 0:1 sailed it-e-i' a Fenian Fund s To w! officii-:-, all th. .me-l 'ard. (lideuii l> as t'.-.e pro' erptueui to M-.herisiUi is .il'Ie appointee the new C. N. PINCHER CREEK. riiiclior Creek, Sept. S.--A week of beanlll'iil weather followed the downpour of rain which fell over the entire district on Saturday and Sunday last. The t;rain in stook received such a llioroujtli wettltiK however, that even at die last of the week tt irjs unfit to tbrejli. Saturday eveniuK. attain, ushered in a rain which fell eontinuously during the niitht and all Sunday forenoon, and thouith the rain has e aseil. the clouds are low and show no sistns of clearing;. As soon as weather conditions permit. t!ire.�h.lnR will be commenced in t :liis district. It is thought that whore (fields �ero sown comparatively late. I tho yields w ill be very Rood. Hut as I an extra effort was made this past 1 spritiK to Ret in every acre possible, la great many fields were, killed I. and the ciuan'i'y is ove - the . s-timale*. The rain of la ,1 Sal'K'day and Sunday has nuain improved the feed plidilelu, and much hay is boin;; cut. this with th" straw will mat �: '.ally help out tlie 'feed propos ' �" for the comlne winter. (From Onr Own Con ospondotit) Fertile, Sept. dance, which was to have been hold In Ferule ; the new freight T.. II It, r St Thomas M. C. It. yard . Kailway will be operat "I by toria. -d bv MUST SPEAK ENGLISH AND ACCEPT MILITARY SERVICE. No ejus.-- of people -hieiM be allowed to enter Canada w|::i any guarantee or a-suranoe ;!iat th-y are t'Xetttp: from military serv;,e We don't viant citi;e,i~ of that kind. What Canada must have :- ,c iype of Citizen that thinks enough Canada to sacrifice life if need be. for it. Again Alberta must not have ciii-It-ns who are given special educational privileges In regard to l.tnguaRe. MinirtT of Kduc.1t-.0n can make himself -trong at !. beginning of his, administration, by making It clear that new now corning to the country mti-! he t.itight tip-Knglish language and that tae Co-r-man language must 1:0 into the discard. Alberta ::ms: n >' become an Au-'.ria-;iur.g.;.ry-a pr.-vir.o- of different These new- citizens must .issurr.e ail tho obligations of citizenship--and one of tl-.e best ways to acquire ,1 full realization of the meaning of Canadian citizenship is to learn our language. When they have our langtug'-tuey will more quickly g:asp our !d�als and when they appreciate our Ideals Uiey will gladly ac-cept military ervice. tun German people will will the soldiers, and morale vull cripple forces very rapidly. The th.T Germany may throw 11 ar. I a i a son of the lot-Hamilton. i" U'innin �ady eon" to go to ;li v part ed Mi TraM. "i! �'.,'. ; � fire. of the plant of the Consoli-ini'ig and Smelting 1 ompatiy ll.C. was destroyed V.- fjre mage estimated at between .;lld S.'ai.oeO wis vau-e.l ('ardston. begun in th by j farm of Mr. I on the ."th CARDSTON. Sept. 7. - Threshing has > Woolford district at the C. M. Taylor who started inst. til noon, lie is put diil not anitiutit to very Rrain on Hiimmerl'allow pretty fair. much but the appears to go IN THE PROVINCE Kdmonlon. Sept. ".--From ri'ports received by the department during the past week, harvest lug has proceeded with very little interruption throughout the whole province. Local '..hovers with light frost in a few districts LABOR We are still short about two hundred harvest hands. A number hnv> been received from the eastern etc. cursions, during the past week, but. not sufficient to ufrmt all demands. Kosl fictions on immigration from points in the I'ni'od States, having been discontinued by the Federal an thorities, wo hope to receive an increasing number from the south. adc \ Mar: >w 1; of Saul' �tl >n The ins to potato. Mamteha mitli. e :i 1; I,,,t lion n. K.C expect illars for a i) crop bush.-N m r M%ife'>t. V1, mm -*!-e-.r_:. In lari The eilie fall el'-ctic York are t inR g.ivi-n; Smith. I) �oduci-d. ,iti, in ;io gov>-r:ior S. Whit uhlican at �omttig , New t retir A. K. M7< V. i: id.v. Hon. Dr. r,i Fducarion. Is France to study lem- in connection I'.-mmoia of return Ontario'.- Mini-ter of ing to Kngland and . i-Jucat tonal proh-with the re i.stab d soldiers. v; 'Ii/ in I, A sotitf-nre by i'ourt-m,':r'ial at lyin- � i don �.' five years' penal servitude 0:1 1 ! a d'-serter was reduce I by the until-'� oritiea in Ottawa to U' (lavs' ileten-I thin. Ilev. J- Rowel! of Winnipeg has ac-I ei-pteil it call from the Vernon Hap-I list church. Mr. Howell has been en-1 gaged In military Y.M.C.A. work over-1 seas. rcaourcefu". able men. one men, and Canada ought to have his art Is very modest; he exacted a j servlcc* in seme capacity or other promise that nothing should bo said i tni3 time, bout him through the press, or on I _ of our big I < Sir John Maxwell, speaking in York, ling., said that we should find there would very shortly be a crack in the German power and when once. cracked it would crack utterly. it tha platform. And the promise was made, but since tho French have placed their approval upon hi? military services by giving him the Cross of War wo are going to break the promise, so far as to say that General j Stewart is recognized us one of the ! most efficient artillery officers in the 1 field today. Ho knows his business I and knows it well. Today he is a ! torisudU-r; he may rise to even higher ; rank, but whatever he is today or j may be tomorrow, he has won wholly \ 011 his merits as a soldier. It wasn't ' full, or it wasn't favoritism that made ; Jack Stewart a brigadier-general, it j yras his excellent qualities as ati ar- \ Ullery officer. I Gen. Stewart is very popular with ; his men. Ho is as approachable now ; an he was when he was Lieut.-Colonel. 1 The men can como to him with their 1 troubles, knowing that they will be listened to and helped, l'opular is a : Tery common word, and oft an naed ' cut of place, hut Gen. Stewart is all that-and more than that he i? respected, admired and-if tho expression is not too effeminate to attach to one man's thoughts of another man-loved. Hon. Newton Howell is wasting ' time corresponding with Imcieu Can-, non, M.P. for Dorchester, lie might ; as well try to argue with the Kaiser I about the merit? of the nations on-i gaged In the war. Lava". 1 niversity. Quebec. con-tened on .1 II. Grisdale, Director of the Kxperimeiital Farms of the Dominion, the title of Doctor in Agricultural Science. The Winnipeg Free Press has an editorial "Summer haa Stopped." Who stopped it: it is stilt summer Laumlrj went 0:1 strike i-worker.-, wage seal workers, numbering f'.no, trike at Vancouver. The confined mostly to women who demand a minimum of *i- per wi h't Hut then Winnipeg' al- ways did have long winters and rdiort summers. The C. I'. it. brings people Into a country and guarantees them adequate railway facilities. And then when it gets them in, and is not facing any competition, it cuts down the facilities. It pays to be honest. An epigram attributed to U-. H. Congressman Galiivan reads: "Rum has more enemies In public anil more friends in private than any other substance tho world has ever known." So some breaths would load us to believe. I Miss Huth Walker, HA., of Woodstock Collegiate institute, staff has, after competitive examination, boon , asked by tin- Dominion Government i to join the Civil Service Commis/lon j at Ottawa. I Robert Haiti, formerly superinteiid-j �-nt of the Halifax cable i-tatlou, has j been appointed superintendent of the j liitmfield 1 able rtatlon. succeeding � Superintendent Smith, who 1ms been (transferred to Sydney. Australia. j The first four days' operation of the canning kitchen by the Girls' Ser vice fiuttalion at Niagara Falls, Out.. (has resulted in 2,,'ill pounds of jam being put tiii by the young ladies, besides tomato ketchup ;fnd pickled beets. THEY NEED YOUR HELP! If it were possible to u\ke every Canadian out into the heart of this bloody struggle, and there, for one month let him experience the deprivation, sacrifice and suffering our dear boys are enduring in their great battle for the freedom of the world, this fund of$500,000 for their relief many times over-subscribed. Have you ever missed a meal, been caught in a cold, drenching rain, fatigued, weary and chilled to the bone, and some one gave you a cup of hot coffee? Have you ever been in a strange place for hours and hours, in the broiling sun, sleepy, hungry, aching for rest, and some one took you in, gave you a place to sit, something to eat and a chance to sleep? Have you ever been homesick, lonely and "blue," and cheered oip, "made over" by some old familiar music?--Then you know in a ?roa!l way what "army huts" do for our brave heroes. WONT YOU GIVE HIM WHAT YOU WOULD WAi, )U WERE 'OVER THERE?'* ^^mr^wmM .^-waWtllWIInliEMi,,,;�1itwmwW&\�ErfW&ei&r- 0^ * , Tho C. P. IT. Reams to onjoy taking advantage of a country that is at its mercy. J, D. McGregor has quit the Food Board. He says there was no friction whatever with the other members, it is it lhaukioss job hut he hould have remained on tho board. He in too valuable a man to lose. J. f). McGregor is one of Canada's real As :i lair illustration of the. rabbit pe^t in certain portions of New Zealand, and especially in the drier sections of the South Island, it. is stated liiai on an estate lately taken over 'oy the Nfcw Zealand Government, comprising l-.44i, acres of freehold and a pastoral run of 1:1,250 acroe, there, were killed or captured about 120,000 rabbits in order to char up tho property so as to make it suitable for the location of returned soldiers. This ought to have helped relieve the food shortage, At Quebec tlml, Que., \ .Military Cro" vale,,- by his .I03. Ii. Guiiy. of fhlcoie presented with the 3 enmed tit the front by =on, Lieut. 1'. G. Guav. who '.vas killed some time ago. Lieut. C.utiy was at. one timo private secretary to the Hon. Wilfrlnd Garlepy, Mini-tier of Municipal Affairs at Kdmonlon, Alberta. Lieut. G. H. Hums, son ot Mrs. W. .1. Hums, of Peloraino, Man., listed as killed in action, left Winnipeg as a private v.-ith tho -II; rd battalion Cameron Highlanders, lie won the Military Cross at Koinliie. fight, wis awant'd a liar to tho cross and a. bron� medal for valor. Since June of last year b/i Via granted hlo com- 73 29 ;