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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - September 13, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta � page Forn thr i.ETTinnmnE daily m-'.r.m.n FUIDAV. KKI'TKMRKH 13, 1!)I8 Xctbbviboc Itociafo Xctl)l>ri&cic, tlllKita IMPRESSIONS BRITAIN, FRANCE AND CANADA DAILY AND WEEKLY Proprletora and PubtlahsrM fHI LETHBRIDGE HERALD PRINTING COMPANY, LIMITEC-, Ml �th Street South. Lc'thbrlda-* I W. A. Buchanan ' President find Managing Director $*km Torrance   Bu�ln�� �usine-is �Hltor,*l T5LF.PHONES Office .......... Offioa .......... 1S61 im; We are me up ' li' ha> . 1 i pie,-.sure we may Yet M�nir nuylv .-; i.l.i is fV.. d save t:.i:nlir., of ai!to:noh'i: 11 ' 11 help ,: -.ally mark,',', \V.1>.. war do '.'. v. . sr.nwry .u' munition* Hi' of info!-.;'.;,!! of.. .. ' oiilv oar^ in I;,- >,� -li . ! iy ,i Ko.l I'ros : wor5.iT i ; .-Ti-J ('�r a cc.t.iii j>i-rio.i, '.- exhausted before !!;,' ti:u r..� more can lv� obtained, amni-sts are not being ashed to fire any t him:. rnmp.tro.l wiit� � > a a.ors of private cars ; !�";�;,: ce Any man or part incut, i . or MI. re iilmil! Ocmi-dou- s allowed but if il o expires, i 'atiadiail ;.H",'i . Trit.iin ami ,'o:r.;ir. win1 \w am! not t'n> lvi-ck.i �in fact ii' �rifi.'c over ;o,l luii to o- sacrifice Kim-,'" The liabilities or tlio recent Modi-itio Mat stampede total $-17 (tending tlio Over 'J.OHO pupils .,|-(, 1ii-ino Hat Schools. ' imcrlptlon FaUsi Pa:h i per week ,r.. Dally. rt-l. per year ---- I>aily. by mnll. ror year ..... iWoekly, by mall, por year ---- UPaskly, by mall, per year to tJ.S iypi . 1� .15 00 .$4.0* .11 51 $J 0* w '.o r.av, Date* of expiry of aubscrlption* ap-9�ar dally on addresa label Accsy'.-ftnca of paper* i.fte explratitn data li ar authority to continue Uia �ub- ; � crtptlOD. :ic (THE PROGRESS CF THE WAR. Tim American : at last beginning tbition. They h.'.v iMetz. in Herman anany weeks are too fiirhting ou il This new a "a yesterday by an can army, or Irol of Con- The orce? in !,) ,-ea;!:'!-� >t.irio.i .orraiue. ovor the a:;i- on 5 011 p' Jill: tbecti jnost ,-i:u "Wopi ift-^al.-i'iit. tlir-.T-u;. fron- in ! -p  aJ rt'ir-.r ii !u-n>,-,i! Amcri �cl con war tin out "nnan k ua- i �a::r iiuiopiMiii-nt rat ii-.t: t.iiiicr ,iiri i. ro;?'iin-', in th- al Cat: a.l.i it i- tr;;. ("tuparc in Hritatti ar S'tit.i r :;: ; h p.i?t fi'.i'oi: -:i a b.o ' r luxary rcau'.ati :it t:;o; itii t!i. :� 11 iv-- .nc i fco.i arc 1 foo.l rti Alb-M-a o:: never . ' 'stauratU ;. AN ELEVATOR AI BOW ISLAND iS DESTROYED BY FIRE ;^ tv Hacon Hillocks. I'm for North Calcary. has b-to tiio practice of law in Moilicino Hat Connril i ;cin>; a new park, as a ial. 1 *.re-her-i around T; are oarniili; with one ill y Ihe natives. 1 '.iipior In barrels kraut shipped into soiioil by the police. labor,.,.1 "saner- \ Rev. H. V. II. King, after six years 1'oronto was; of service, has resigned the pastorate ; of the llnptlst Church at Almonte. - i Ont. President Wilson's income tax on i _ ; >t:i-.....' salary will be $"�!,tin-1 Andrew iioutledge. of Lambeth. 7S r the new revenue hill iirroduced Inj years of age, was Instantly killed by House. I the bursting of a fly wheel in a ma- chine shop. Lieutenant 13. I-', l-'isher, a well-known Toronto barrister, was killed in action in Franco on August S. The late Ideut. Fisher was a member of the legal llrm of Gregory and (louder- ham. He was a son of the tato Mr. i profit if they pay and Mrs, \V. .1. Fisher of Millhrook. , wheat to fanners. Toronto. Sept., 1.'!.-A meet lug of Toronto grain dealers was hold yesterday to (liscnsH recent govornniont. rules governing the purchase of wheat in Ontario. Thorn Is .ionic misunderstanding among the denim's and it was decided to Invito Dr. Robert Ma-glll, chairman of 'the hoard of grain supervisors, to come to Toronto d explain points In doubt. It appears thai the millers are buying whoat at the maximum flguron and grain dealers with warehouses at country points find that they eniinot operate nt it the top price for For Instance, if - j the miller pays Ihe farmer for The [tight Rev. James II. DarlitiR-1 ''''' wh-al delivered In Toronto, which ton. nib. the Ulshop of I lai risburg. ; 1:1 'he government price, Ihe grain fa., i.-nil the Right Rev. John McCoi-l cannot pay such a figure, oxcepi tuick.. lilt., the Hishop of Western; .Michigan, are the two bishops ap- pointed to represent church at the Ocner; Church in Canada. Ihe American 1 Synod of the 1.'. f::id-= Pan 'il a tr. A. very do- over ',ci-�U.'.l.ib" an 1 :.iv aft>oii ..f Mr. and ':� .l.'t.Ttl'.o:! �- an,! many \""1 up,::: tiu l.ieut V N. Crandy. son Thos. ([randy, a supcrant'.at o!:~t minister, at Nowtnark was killed in action. >,l Meth-Ont.. Hon J. IV Keid stated that �.�sts of Sir William Macke; ir Uonald Mann were now inira'.e from the C.N.K i ho in-,:ie and 'lit irol v C. W. Jeft'.'rys, file Toronto artist, is at Niagara Camp to make sketches for the Canadian War Records Commission, London, F.ng. al a loss. It Is to settle Ihe matter of the purchasing price that l>r. Ma-gill's opinion will he asked. ha-. i.-.l b' R"v. A Ii. Ilowitt, M. All St. Marks. Orar.govilb'. a; : tor-hip of St. Thonia; tow Catharine-, siii ceding A . Lieut. J. Milton Dobie. son of Kx-Reeve Joseph Hohie, of Sullivan Town-; ship. Ontario, was killed in action. Ho had been associate editor of the Owen leaving j Sound Sun to take the ' Church. St. Archdeacon A- .il > r.:i E>v.-,'.cr Burns. i !� i ; lift'" c ins to I'topia �where priv; au.ul . people w. n. n u-1 l.e- lv held ('.ramlb-a pa rti-liane �n,l :t th-'n: The let �lse try and reach Russia �with the I'.olsheviki. lie (lone to prevent : Canada, it :ir.;st be If -h estabh- mig.'.t : n k d, io s ! gr > -on e. ;ii-''t pre ;i..- ' :i I:: i::;'.; in n r.i . " ;.r ;::ij:';�i'. han is ; �'" s'tpply ��: ;:; 'ox. a� : - It no' ,e:n -under them that citizenship In '�anfans all th- ubligaC'in.- of citizen-hi p. As to the use of tae ,�uagc. in Mennonlte H'ico. P. Smith, Mini-!, sl.-ould make cl�-ar rot be tolerated. 1 ii" language of new ;i-t:Ier from tii"b:-rlTit s.ili;,- pr ;.- re. Kos; lan �r lan- THE APPEAL OF THE KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS- Next week another appc' is to })� Onadc for Ihe war v.oik o' a worthy tirganization, the Knights of Colum-�hus. The campaign has been endors- i est brand od ny Sir Kdward Kemp, overseas ' is poor. '., in Scotland :>! iv t:;:n in i 'ante '1'he bar-" :.: i,;..-n ...ply five �;-,;r-t'r.o d.ay. Tl;,-y op.-n fir.-t at i �>: o'clock noon and ei,,so at two tht: and re-op.-.'! a gain a' >' ,'i" and of i '.('c In ! alj'j'i: ,ur l.'c , llri'aln. ,l poo a fid WO'I on Muiiiiay -r .-p,-n' fh, a ' !"h il And banded 1 � b d an M i ..f the  v. ill I hull -e 1 The M: Mi lb a pi.- .-a:.' I.ethbi i,!c, Mr. and Mrs. Springe- ..:' !*r li'T"' on Tiiur da'. Mr.-. Howled .v.-. Saturday Mi -s I', ail .-ill;) llimff ou Friday the glle, 1 of NlrV. The llild family or.-- to Modi" in Mrs. .1. i, C: Medicine Hat be, illie . \v. p: guest proportionately just as matches'. They are aim,it to obtain as the proverbial the haystack. They are im out to yen -with a ptirchas- .*!-. co or cigars. You have to buy them and then you can't always get them. Certnlnly Uritaln is not a smoker', paradise. London. Pari" and all Hngland and France are dark at night, or practically so. In London there are a few lights on ihe streets, but they are haavily shaded. All blinds m'l-t bn drawn tightly on all windows and about the only lights one sees are the searchlights prouilng through (lie heavens searching for enemy aircraft. No restaurants am open at night. The old night clubs are gonie. Dancing in public, places Is almost unknown. And now about automobiles. Private ears, are on the shelf, so to j speak, until after the war. You can \ drive for inile-i in Hritain and never i see an automobile. Covernment car-, [ e===r-- --.--yrr=i=-.-3=-=^----" j logical survey ship Polar Hear. .vork in Ihe training l,y y'liijalmar Kf.'ti.i.sson in III: l northern eAP'ditioii, has arrived i- trou! and those of j ly .,, x;,,,,,,., Alaska living in safety and i - - ------ Ii a joy to put and ci'iiri t.-iol- i 'nil. and ii returned iroin nd l", 10 pl"'--elil . III aiije, Ihoad w ,iv. were motor visit-I la t. on Wednesday. : ;,r-i .n was a visitor to : on 'I'll"-day. I ARRIVES SAFELY Ottawa, Sept. ',:; Word ha--| eived at the department of naval service tiia' The Canadian doing a noble camps and at us bin k hone comfort, should count, our hands in our poc!;e|-, and .. bute to the. upkeep of ihe bias a the.sea. Next week you can' the Knights of Columbus and your duty and it should be pleasurxi. ami privilege to ln-lji. been ih" gO(). used last sat,- ilg; dp HAD TO RELOAD GUN ! S-iit. 1Z. -The fact thai j | Alex. Living ,lone, who yesterday shut and la-.illy .vounileil Per.slu Muuroe, ' folloiviiig a lover.-' quarrel and tb"ii committed suicide, had to reload his Pistol Pelliie be sh(,l hilllSldf Will lie broiiL'hi f>ui ill Uio evidence at tile iliq'iest to.iodiVv L(.l*l �, r v.1,...m U r.J,n !r,;!.inl l- 1 ^. 0llJ�3. U714.1. Mr I. I. ll�it.� K�nfov,, em. C. II. li,...-,, II p., Cunliv. r>jc. IV. W. P. ImdrtUk. St. Jvhn, n.�. M'. L. 0. flroiii, btmifiiMt, Mu. Ur. 1.1, l^u,, ,S�4LitO".ti, Saik. Mr-J.D. O'lV.niirlt, ^L;tolb,llC'. TH ERE is a call reaching Canada NOW. It comes from the bloody fields of France; from the lips of our loved ones"OverThere." It is to YOU-to every big-hearted, loyal Canadian in every rank of our greatNation. The pick of our in:in-hoo