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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - September 25, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta WKDNF.SDAY. SEPTEMBER 2;", 10151 THE LRTHBRfDGT-: DAILY ITKRALD PAGE SEYKN IN THE HAVE DEFEAT Purls, Kept. M. -How tho Aitilrlan Offensive alonir tli" I'hive river wim ntoppeel was described today by Hxi Dilko of Aeisla, cuminandi'r uf � lio third Italian iirniy, which was loca'ed fiotlth (if Hie .MontellD pl:itc:iii .Iiii-'iir the fighting, In nn lutorvb'w with 'he: editor of the Mat in. lie wild: "We had fe> dual v/l'li an. enemy who liad prepared oveu'vlhine very 'mili'il ly hut we; were forewarned. I did not. have u moment* niiinsinoss, "When. I let. Iiini julvaneo iiituss ilin I'iavo on eeitalii fronts as far :u; Mon* astrlo and then he wni? just whore I Wanted him. our batteries opened up a tjoncontr.itoil fire. The AiMtri ti"( will Ionic remember it. The next day, I viewed the h;i11lefield. Cod knows I saw massacres ditrlm; Die tliree yearn I fought on the terrible Car-,, plain, bill my eyes never lieiore gazed on such :i speedae l'\" Must Be No Stopplnfj. I>ise'iis:dng Die war situation as a Whole, the dt;|ie snid: "What I lie allied troops are. doing against the Ccrmau anny fills tin. will! admiration and wonder, t freely admit that 1 never believed this viis-t offensive would be possible lief,,re Iiext spring. That It could be launched tlil be inspired ! by savage barbarity. The air attacks | em our open towns, the slavery im-, posed iipiin 1 hf� population of flie- in-| vaded territory and a. hundred other J revelations eif his infamy have uwnk-i enenl ill all Italian hearts the ane'cu-'� tral liate for the of our ' race'." E S Far more effective than Sticky Fly Catchers. Clean to handle. Sold by DruKti�ta ami Grocers everywhere. j Ottawa, Kerlt. 2:',.- -"Com in is si oner i A. ITitlglo i'iilltitll|e,| tile, ||ews|irlllt ill. ,i|iilry this afternoon with an investigation of the costs of the r'ort l-'ratl-j ce-s mills. It was shown that the .iune costs of these western mills was $r,l.!ni si teui after a elediii-tiein of SL'.OO :i Ion had bei'it made' feir legal expenses at Washington and Ottawa. aver- age cost ;ie>r tern for the Hist ivvon montlis of the present year worked out .it about $n;.S-� and tin' "-timat-'il (�/;( for nine mimths was aliout t."0. In I addition to this. Die imri'i in freight  rates, approximating :idi:s and back ; ami liniriliK' bitter stt'o often enrno up in my mouth. I tried electors, but, liiey did not help inc. lint, as soon as I staitct tnking '/�'rut/ a /;.-.';', | lie":iii !o imjirove and Ibis medie-ine, nia'lfl eif fruit joii'e-, ndievi'd t'.ie wtii'a pverythini; cls>- i'sib r|." M IIS. llldisnV M AKSIIIiAN'IC. ffle;. a box, 'i for T".Ml, trial size '>,% At. all ele.'ile-r.s or scut, postpaid by t'ntit-a-tive-i l.imit"d, Ottawa.. R BE Arthur Henderson. I5ii(i.slt Labor Leader is Ck-nr on Thai Point-Keply (, nUn Offer SHE ON ONE 0 London. Sop! made; too cli'iir ; Ioiir fillie'e; lrlae category of epp there; esui brrai eif ri�lit and tie JustniiMlt." s.aiil Ihe Itritislt Lab, i ntervienv. Hi eiut. liy a t(iieite,| IChert. tlie (;�:'!�.. leaeler, that all i teresi.i oiiuht Io standing em , u\ a )-on int'jnmtieiii:. i .'!, "It. cannot he hut liritish labor ban lleli-'iiiiii outside the 'ions upon willed] ;!ot ncfect hit ions or i "�ipirela tin- epiesf lein  " ;ej essentially one ' e,f tecrilorial rea.l- Ar'liur I(euider: em. r party lesidi",-. iij, nn ^ll.'l'.'lllelit. Was lulled ii^'i-. stion rrom Hen' an majority Smdalist  and Su'isli-t in-' .'.v to rein h ;* n undei'. �'llltllllll pi'ace a;:i..... ' what we have Immii � o.i joritv Soi-ialisth Jo ' .. adtb'd .Mr. II-n : eijret. Dint so far we  hi tiicin tli" measure' � were entitled while tlie infamous treaties and iltie hareee t,.lvl, 1 alniiiHt insuperable e,f uiiderstaiidhiK principles." sub- ton aipl v.e..teril Lniitbm. Re-pf. 21.-- Parts of the Leuide'Ti illstrict mtvci! by tie' (Ireat ' 11r1111� 111 railway w�Tf> affected l,y the h]irep,il eif t'ie railway strike' this iiinrniiij;. I "e- .v trains arrived at tlie i'addin;;ten i.'aiion, whii'h is almoKf ii> -ft t,il Cat-:-�� hkoi'ta,biii of . Kooils, (lit llr.ei li.iviiu; traffic av I ranr-iMio'iit- v.-ith other raihviiy.e ini; the ileeks. IN NORTH RUSSIA an tea^Qfci r^s duc i ng MoroRVoiu "Makes a good cur better For Crankshaft Bearings EFFECTIVE lubrication of the crankshaft and the connecting rod hearings keeps down vibration. Unless these bearings are protected against excessive weiar by a film ol" oil of correct body and lubricating quality, "play" soon develops. KEEP BEARING WEAR DOWN AND CAR VALUE UP The actual- value of your car, whether in daily use or in the market for sale or exchange, is mainly a question of engine value. A car is no better than its engine. And engine upkeep is largely a matter of proper lubrication. I Are hansel. Press i � ('id. i off toeiay l�>-c: the region e>! j the T.-e'hulk-m lie w COVei'llie ; to t!'e' new i . j I'd at Samara Usui" rship in Itussian iTitna | Uentleff, ruin the Ke're>nsky ponoff. The Tsi'ha: ciibsl to I'.bdi, the formation meiit ami in \ northern reip'e better admin; -eral. Col. l)t; csl tlie lillssi..; i-. to be char..' e-ivil and Uu the nortliern S-|.'. "\:-;;y re,\-errit:ierit. ele. ate when 1; !e>arni'd of of ! lie i'1'iil ral kov. rti-of the fact that the n ;s ..mall ati'l eemld b" '. "red by a i:nVcn;or.yeii. rnfi formerly ceu.nnand-a forces at Sahmiki. lie �� ! witli the .'are of all �k.n military ali.nv- in rei.aiii. i I'.as thev right'body to adequately lubricate every wearing part' in ^'our motor. It keeps your engine running nioothly�witH'a wear-reducing film of oil that does not break dowit and run thin under the intense heat developed at higlv-speed operation. It flows Jreely in low or high temperatures-insures lull delivery of power the year round. )'ch�rinc Is madevin.two grades-Polarinc and Poleirine Heavy. It is Mjjftplied in cme-lial(, one and four gallon sealed cans, also in 12^� gallon steel kegs, barrels and half-barrels. There are also Polarity: oil* and'greaaM for effective transmission and differential lubrication. Buy Polarinc vhereuycu get Premier Gasoline-at tlie sign of the "Red Bali;*' Wtlft waV R*>m 704 Impmiml Oil flW�., Toranla, for initntiint UtAjtH on Pt�mlrmjm Awkmablk Lukrlcolion OIL LIMITED �iii.t: ,hip. TRIED 10 SIEAL 9000 PI HOSE Xc r \ork. Sent. L'-t -Three men are liei.j today on a iliiirjt'1 iiranil larceny ..;:er Indus i-aiuiiit. atvoriluiK to the indue, in the in-: of snlc-t itiit-iiiK fione. and rul)hi-li for :>. J.'.u.iiuii rciiHlKiiruear of iio.-ier;.- he! to ltijcno-, Ayres. Kli�vivt 1,1k boxeM o; focUr eutruat-eil !o a driver by the Work l-'orw.ird-lnc coiiiii.'iuy for ih'livery at a New York pier, tho police Maid, we-re taken Insteail to an empty house in iiroulc-Ivii. wi'.e;-,. tho driver was Joined by two eitlie,- mon wliei aided hint in inovinK them into the hou-e. A patrolman. Mi-Plcions at. this Midden industry ai an unoccupied dwelliiu;. summoned detectives to help htm solve tlie mystery. IVe-rlng tbroUKli a window, the. detectives found tinmen unpacking the hosiery-aluuu ieooo pair -anil replacing them with stones and ruhbislj. A'; they nailed down the Hit of tiio. last packing cine, the deti'ctivea brSlco in and iirri'ste.i them. One great bar to the practice of thrift to-day is the tendency to let others set for us our standards of living. TWjTRS. Jones appears on the street in a new* gown and at once her neighbour vows she'll have one like it. Or if a new motor car is delivered to a certain home, a nearby family, not to be handicapped in the social race, plan to discard their old car for a new one. And so it goes from one thing to another-a ceaseless, senseless competition which often ends in debts, distress and disaster. Such silly rivalry is bad enough. ind�ed in normal periods. It is positively unpatriotic in times like these when the country needs all available labor and material and every available dollar with which to carry on the war. It is perhaps difficult for us to appreciate that the purchase of things we do not really need may be the direct cause of loss of life on the firing lines. But you can't escape the fact, no matter how unpleasant the thought, that millions of individual selfish demands at home may prolong the war by causing a shortage of the very things essential to our success at the front. For the money we spend in satisfying these desires represents equipment, clothing, shot and shell that are so urgently needed for our boys in France/ Remember that foolishly in an effort to "keep up with the Joneses." Published under the authoiitr of tho Minister of Finance of Canad� polaiiine for crankshaft bearings ARE AFTER PEACE Oopetihaprfiii, Sept. "4.-florinan majority pitrtic-s cannot, in their effort to Introduce) a parliaineuetary kov-eniment, with a responsible! ministry, count on tho for active participation unless the policy Hitherto followed by I ho Koveniiueiit is tnate>r-lully altered or abandoned. This is tho Hist of a Ioiik editorial in which, tho Vorwaorttf of lleirllii, tho SocinlUt or-Kan, notv�i notino that the timi has not arrived for tho Socialists to outer tho ministry, "It eventually tho Socialists outer thn Kciveriiiiiont-and such a tlmo may come," tho nowapapor �uyn, "They will do so in order to fulfil their groat historic mission of . pi>aco and altcrinK tho proHent kov-ormnont's policy in ueoonliinco with their convictions rcfiarditiK what the people need." .\in>tei'iia:n. Sept. L'::. -Solemn re | in on U-- over tlie body o:' Ho- ' inanolf. former emperor of Itui.M.i. j have hei'ii held at VeKiilerintiiin; I y 1 troop.; uf the people's itnny, ;i':cnii| | iuc to tlie Izvi'stia of .Moscow. The j body has been hurii'il in ;\ wmid near j where' the emperor was excut d audi was located through inl'oriiKitioli provided by persons aciiuui itcd witii e-ir-i cunistitnce.s of the' i:-\ecut;,-ui. The i work of exhumation wan done in !',. Tlie former prflsidcii was unable to i;jve di'tnil.- am is p, r--i,i'.-. died from pneumonia,  �or.liiis to i'i;:ures niveti out by tin board of liealili loilay. This is Hi, lai'K.'St iiiiuibi-r oi deaths lo be rr l'!!itcil on olio dav since the eiiideiuii .Marie,I. KAISER PEDDLES IRON CROSSES London, Sept. 24.-Emperor William visited Brley, near Metx, yesterday, according to an Amsterdam dispatch to the Exchange Telegraph company. He distributed 400 Iron Crosses, inspected field hospitals and spoke to German, Austrian, French and British wounded in their respective languages. Later he addressed a younfj officer, saying: "You may fight our battles as good comrades and in return for our help, which we have often glvejo you, and for our strong, fr�e and common future." L I L New York, Sopl. 21.-Ills . memory honored by tlie preise-itei' of the three MirvlvinK North American cardinals, tho pope's representative In the t'n-itml Slates, Catholic iliKiUtarins from all sections eif tlie country and of tho American military^ and naval foive.s, Cardinal John M. Karley was hurled toduy beneath tho tilluv of St. J'ai-rick's cathedral. At. the pontifical tequleni mass celebrated by tho Most itov. John Itou- FORD TRUCKS A SAVING TO FARMERS Tlio motor driven truck can work constant ly at maximum loaij under the burning summer sun, or in the coldest weather. Unlike the horse, it needs no rests while working, it eats only when in actual use, anil when tho day's work is dune it requires very little attention, and leaves you free for other "Chores" about, the place. Then, Ii can be houseel In one-quarter the space, of Uje� horses, waKon and harness it replaces, It Is n mistaken Idea that a truck Is useful only for driving upon paved roads. The Ford can bo driven all over the farm, ami tise'il feir hauling ttratn, potatoes, fruit, roots, fertilizer, wood, stock, milk, or any other product. The speed it travels, tho timo il saves, ami iis low upkeep cost appeal very strongly to all users of tho ford Truck. FORDSON TRACTORS This is the tractor the provincial noveruitiettt distributed over 1 thei province this sprint;. U is KivniK good satisfaction. Its reliability has been proven. We have a full lino of repairs for (ilia i ti actor on hand. Ford Garage C. C. McGREERY, Manaoer H. E. MEIBACH,proprietor ;