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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 1, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOUR THE LETHpRIQCg DATtY THURSDAY, AUGUST 1, 1918 She Ueralb DAILY ANO WCKKLY Prtirietorj and fHE LETHBRIDGE HERALD PRINT. ING COMPANY, LIMITED eth Street South, W. A. Kuchiran Free Id ant and Uaaafiag Director 'Buslnwi OHlca" Dtftj, Dally, delivered, per year- Dillr, by mail, per Weekly, by mall, per year -v.._. by mail, par Dfttet of expiry of dally UWl tccc of paperi ex pintu a our eathorlty to continue the THE PROGRESS vOF THE WAR. The Germans have been vigorously counter-attacking the American and French lines wllhtn the past day or two but have not accomplished much. In fact, the allied forces have been able to advance their lines slightly in lh-i face ol the enemy resistance, j -The French and again re- i.cumed tho offensive jith yho situation In Russia is-getting beyond the control of the Bpl Increasingly important cap- by the Czechs have c alarm, and the Bolshevlkl are reor Kganiring ,the army on new .lines to service by former Russian offt- i MAKING" BUSINESS FOR STREET RAILWAY. ;_ note .-.the. report that.-'tie not completed in time to be of uso ut the, baseball ground was taken advantage of and evidently appro- j slated, some very spirited games bar i ing been, played. i The fishing Is all that pan be de- j sired, not only in the different atd smaller lakes, but. big Isko :rout arc very in the main aies and some excellent catches made. Quite a number of parties enjoyed exciting climbs to tho summits of io of the rugged and picturesque ?eaks In the park. One party after two days, climbing, succeeded la atlala- ing the summit of Mount Cleveland 10 the south the altitude of which Is feet. Large numbers of tourists spend a few days in the part travelling through from the Glacier National k and ono and all were loud in their pralsce ot the- beauties of the Waterton 'Lakes park. Work has been commenced number of summer cottages and many inquiries received with regard to lots both for residential and business pur- poses. Quite a large number of the lots In ihe townsite wero disposed of and the plans of tho proposed buUd- tags thereon are of a good type, mosl- ly of a rustic nature so as to conform to the surroundings. Along the boulevards, the under- growth and stumps VCTQ all cleared and the property made much more at- tractive. A number of rustic seats were built along the- shoro of the bay. a considerable Increase over former years in the number of visit- ors, over coming to the park last In some parts of West Virginia wo- tea are employed as coal miners. The ralhvays of Japan are largely peraled by women. Now York City has "over wo- men barbers and hair dressers. season, As we some 35 from a railroad and tho season Is quite short, I think this Is an' excellent showing and proves that this park will beconio famous "as a summer re- sort and each year will see greater numbers of people taking advantage of Its different attractions. THE GAS COMPANY ANDPROFITS. city .council..' has granted permlsEton for s loner streit of a dancing pavilion 1 ilenflerson and that danclrjg be-allowed under proper super- vision, We noto also, that" Commissloi l Freeman isledverlislng on tha si cars the days on which the merry-gjp- 1 round i? operated for the enjoy- ment of the kiddies 4 fact that the -streit railway iinade durlng-falr- week' j-had Something to do with iheaB de- the part, of the city coun cil And theyf are jitat along Herald has been .urging, for'years. flVo have JiendeiEtm.Park could be made resort for innocent am Demerit in Southern Alberta, and that by prorJdias amusement there for t people much could he done-to increase Efreet, railway revenue. People are an- xious to vi'it tbe park, but there mqfct something besides attract them. A vigorous campaign along-the line of sports and amuse- ments ,for.all.pleasure-seekers will do wonders to pull the street railway out of tthe 'hole and put it on a paying bash UP IN at decision vraj deterred unlil adill- tlonal iotorniation could be had from the .ileoarUnonl. which had the present las... Af _ Champion .SOUTHERN ALBERTA'S RESORT. i With better roada and trails leading Into park, the beauE) ji'ipot of Soathern the resoH is becoming known, and te being vis f'lted annually by thousands of tourists dp not dome long distances, it 'is true, but more and more the park becoming known, and with the (greater recognition which is now be- p-ccor'ded If, and with the adver ijtfsemenl it Is receiving through ly log alongside tho Qlader Isat.ona 'Park south of. the line, It may be ek upectod that within a few jeara I be'vfcited annually by tens 0 !j to 1 .development of (park means Co this city, and M 4 ['suit wfr have jtafcea A passive In ''terest-lR-Trhat baa been done 'jJat ILwonlij to The. HoraTd tha we-are-mlEfilng a great-opportunity ourselves In tourist traffic Itat bring 'wealth 'each year) 'treatest need at "SVaterton is a mod Urn hotel At Iho present time, n It fa hardly feasible to spen Calgary has an arrangement by the city receives a share ot thi profit from the Calgary Gas Compan; which is a subsidiary company, of the Canada Western Natural Gas Com pany which-supplies Lethurldge. The Herald ,1s wondering how it h tha the Calvary concern made a deficit Lethbridge Is not'directly interested but probably local gas users would like to so we reproduce tho Calgary" comment: In view ot the the.Cana dian. Western Natural Heat Light and Power Company, which i the parent of the Calgary'Gas Com pany 'showed a. 'profit' for Its 191 operations, while the child "showed P deficit, the city cominJssloners are an xious the parent; company UnanciaV statement .for that yaar is .excusable .UndELT the franchise, agreement Jhe ily Is entitled to some share of the roflt accruing to the-company'from bnstncaVIn this' city. It may be 11 rlgut, but to the uninitiated it eems odd that with the parent corn- any showing a slzeablo profit on the ea bos Iness there should. he a elicit, reclrded against -that branch hich' Is responsible for the greatest mover" of 'the product being mar- eted. If such a state ,of affairs ex- ted' mercantile business there ould he. something doing at the an- ual nlectlug At any rate now that the move has een made see just where tbs city with rciattoa to Its' share oE profls; which do not ppear'" Intone but are qultp iserrablc in. another, >It is well 'that 'continued to .the end, may be.--The people ;ilKbe more Satisfied to know est or worst, whichever.'It at cce, and we should Imapine ompany would .welcome a clearing way .-of the suspicion-that iiow-aur- ounds The only comment we have to make s that we arc very glad the gas com supplying Lethbridge ia tied up o an Iron bound contract which does not allow it to ratio its'price above he. 35" cent mark, and as the jnasi- nunr-haa been charged' for a long ime e do not have to worry aboul joining ofher commodities In the per cent 1, will United States The" Chautauqui will open I Steffi at Ha Miss Sue Horsey sn apslslarit pay- master in the United States navy. Women in England have entered ilmost every trade .'except carpentry. Women in France flre prohibited rom buyintr tobacco. Industries Ij'niled Siates em- ploy over women and girls. In Porto llico ivomen can hold of- Ice hut are prohibited from voting. Two of the largest -buitfilngs of tfeo Provo woolen on gov> ernment contracts were destroyed by fire. The loss Is estimated at- 000. Richard Potersoii; R "resident of St. Catharines for SO years, and the oldest Oddfellow in Canada, tiled thero. For 63 ye are he has been'a member of Union lodge I.O.O.F.-- Red Deer fair was .pppnod.Tuesday by Hon. Duncan Marshall, minister o! agriculture, in a line practical speech, and Red pscr started be tho most successful- .exhibition and fair ever held in that city. Doubling of the war tftses on adihls slon to places of amusement and" club ddes was decided upon by tho U.S houeo ways and means committee -Majority sentiment was said to favor moro than doubllnj the present lasea on tobacco, but fin on hotel jtccommodatfou conrenlence-of feat _ i men shooed keep the oppoi tmiHy'' In mind and when Ih9 war i mvf they ahciud it I tie'- bu Mif to fnte'cvt In the ericth totel "Cierc. U.jc-d hotoUva: to the part w fit nt, y, ih'e corporalUJnS liaanciiAl'.coni- _ X ProfesscT' R. E. essprof.classics in'the University of rilTsh, died stifldenly at a Iho, front iid is Lloyd MacNaugli- on, ohy duncili} I'-1 sor only "daily a-rEssex County- has beon >mVII. oon, ,at_3i_price I Sir.iHerhiEfu'Is the1 pub' :sher ot-thV Star and ,lhe nnage "o( were delker- d by Amerlraii shipyards last wcei. Laimcllings-fo'r'-tho week Idcluda 1( teel vessels with -a. total ol and fivo wooilcn ships. yritli a onnage of Sl3sqn Geo. Orr-and vrlfe.nJphp jj -Sl.'rjur .V'6hester Hj'fid Phllpott and-fara- 1Iy, 'Jack Doylp and--wifo.-H. Meyer H.'RVlIaddon.' where, 1 j to :SimirV i J.-.Q. JIHIs has teen appointed sec- retary- ot. tho -Champion consol idatcd- THE CANADIAN BANK SH EDMUND WAUSR. F. JONES. WlOeo'i. P; MONEY ORDERS For smalt remittances use Money .Orders Issued this Bank.'.-.They are payable without charge at any Bank '' in the Yukon The cost is as 3 _SS and 3 f soul not exceeding S30........10 "530 S5O.......-.15 PLUS KBVEMVE STAMP] -V-- -1? LETHBRIDGE BRANCH R. T. Muaget jcliool., CandaH and J Membership in tho Great Waf -Vet- erans' Aesoclattoh Is to ba limited to men Tvho havo seen servlcu in Eng- and, service id he nary, with provision for eieop- ional cases' and preserving the status of present members of the associall.ori 5Qt included in men who hare been overseas. Tho following-'Canadlans have es- caped from Germany and have arriv- ed in London; 16874 A. Corker, Vic- toria, aiilt Ste, 7984 Donald Cameron, 460595, Ij- Lahd WmnipeEi'Cdrk'er and Cameron w6re canUircd at Ypres in April, 1917, anj psca'ped together on June 7 ol'lhia year.-It was Corker's seventh attempt fcap e. Both, d ne arly Eftveral HVera to re the Dutch f (ho; Somme OcEober; .1916, an'd escaped -on. 15 lasL .Cardaton l has uotjer Ihe erlntendency of Mf39 Agnes Shoran with' Mfsa "Taylor 'is, vifag ib'r a'coupJe of eefcs. v- MM Dr Chrlaf'e is in the Van Haar- lem ho3pturio Ixithbridgc and U re- covering from her operation. The last few days several" loads of f.lock wttle have been ship- ped oul of Card9Ion, Including the cattle of Mr. JJenry; Cook, of St. Mary's River, H is understood good 'prices'wore' paid. Dowdle has returned after two. yeara' infsslonary work In Ihe eastern and central states Tho Chautauoui tickets for tho ChauUuiqua vrhlch takes place from AtJgust 10 to 16 avo selling very rapid- ly. Several _ hundred have already been'sold. Tho crops erft looking Inach better alter tbo rain of taat week and plenty of fall feed Is assured. he occjpants the car __ ;o walk hoiiieVsonie'considejahle.dl :ance, as the fire'pul the engine ou of commission. Any doubt which may have ext le as to crop prospects in this diatrici, were br good i' soaking rain on -Saturday. _'Graiu__was. filling up splendidly previous to that- and would have gc'ptl caae, hut It Is now felt that relurns of 25.bushels lo the acre-and upwards are assored. Sir. Elmer HT farm southeast ot here this week. visit to the home-of R. Pophani, ijyer.the. .week end and while'here bridge -fltampefle-- v'- TrriD5 and Johnson, .-building con- a hip-root barn for "William Gardner of Grabuni. 'CJarcahoIm baH'tearnrvilife'd on Sunday. rather loose'game, the chief featnro ol ber ol players hit by pitched-balls, re- sulted in a -win for the'home team 7 rans to 6. :Clares- hoim on Wednesdaylo 'lake-part in the tournament at; the fair "there. "Mr. W. and have moved Calgary" and their .house has been realedr-hy Mr. Hugh Murray, Mr, Hn's-gono j to carry out some contracts f or .drill- S n% welis and'has iaksa machinery with him, Jflss Gertrude Jsaplnka, an., ia here on a sisier, Mra, A, C. Freeman, Miss Pearl Sherdrood. has returner ;rom a holiday spent" Vancouver and other w Mr.'- Thomaa ton on business last on Monday, 't Mr.; W. E. Fusee end visit to Branf. lie'atate'f OiaCTie'Baw TeW, crops as t Barons district and Mf3. A, H, Johnson at pr'cac on a visit 5th Ave. SoflfityJ ar ratigcmenU maOc enppe on the evening ot thaf tlon, August Clh. They. ,11 Iho was of Ihe store formerly occu pied by C. K. Thomaa, and will be in a poaltior. to acco'tn'thodatfl the larg crowd, Aa alk ol the proceeila wll go to the Red Cross, it is cxpeclci that tho supper will ho liberally pal ronized, thcri1' HltJ chance ol- KILLED J N. rtieri w'erd killed In a fird whTch' destroyed a warehouse of the Fleischmdri Yeast Comoanv. firemen and workmen were caught under a falling wad and all are bdievjerf to be1 dead. (From Our, pjrnjiporrespondfint) Joremost Jalj and Mrs ?nd the Biainpfede at LettilmnjpB- f i-t B J Carnngton ia selling out hi grocery stock leave soon on a trip (o the coast; -Jlrs. A. Bryden has bought the hotel huildtog ctJJ. J. Carrington and "will an eating and jfo6mmg house f ]J C Lusher of Woarad spent ,sek end with Mr. and Mrs. M. Hillls. The ladles aid oLIhe M P church will meet at of Mrfl Ida Roberts on August J7thrat 3 p m The first meeting of he M. H. church ofForemost, will be leld. in: the Friflay after- 2nd. A full attendance s.requested., and Mrs. .Perry of the. station eave today for trip to Ictoria, vlrf Lc-thbrirlge and Calgary. They will-visit sister at HLillcrest and spend a; .week or so fishing at that place, j and Mrs. TbpinpBon and Mr. and Mrs. Feck ot Calgary'are visiting Jn and." Die-Johnson liave left for a the north country. The Kings Daughters will meet at ;he church on Tuesday cvening'at 7.30. .n. Hyden siid Will Ear'y left this week Cor Wetaskiwln, whero they peci to X Hbwey and "Grace H. Crotrley: and Stfott, 'Xorb" Lethhrld go, T Isltofa' Sat-. Snitth is a-business visitor In PlncHer Creek.' i! Harper, has recently return- ed from Washington where eh4 has heen" visiting her father. Messrs. Roberts, Smith aud Lloyd have just returned from a fishing trip I a tbo hills, Mrs. 'Mat Aoberts1 baa recently re- turned, from California, Members 61 tho Ladles 'Aid .visU- J ed the home- of Mrs. Mat Hoberts htct 'Friday evening In the form of a surprise party. That Proposed Abattoir. It fs nothing less than salcldal, say ot the citizens, for tho rate- payers and business men of Champion 16" turn down a proposition calcul- ated'to meet the demand ot the local hog industry and at the same time enhance the business Interests of the town and community. Wo refer to the proposed abattoir which wo'ult] Ye launched by the Champion Moat 'Market, one of Iho moat reliable firms In Champion. Turning -this thing down will result in gendlug away at least 30 per pie-trade lo other" towns. Champion farmers hav Ing hoga for sale will either go to VulCRn or Cannangay and naturally while there do'part of their trading Red Cross Notes. Mra. president of tho lo- cal society is .again on duty, energcU cftlly :assuming- responsibilities Iseit sewijDg meeting will ne held Filday afternoon at tbe homo ot "Mrs J Care nlll leave the church at 2 piii; All ladles invited ionng Peoples Red Cro a Fri at -the' home of Sewing In tho oT- Mra. Booth, 2 Mrs. erriooh.-.Suppir; will 6e served 'towels; Mra.-Tobban, 10 handker- weeii 6 .1 ued line. Sutton, S oviiag. YouDg gowns; -Mrs.. Alcoclr, dona. and over Aro specially requested 2 pair socks; 'Mary Brown, I1 fall Iriio lino and .tha wash 0111, Jr., 8 pro succcuCul-'n'cil' Ctbss "daj-- bags, 2 knit wash clothi; Mrt. Iho year. 23 lowclAj wish elotlxi, ADI] Tho president stales Jliat ReJ Cross da.v Is arranged :or tho near iuluro arid rcciucstB pair pyjamas; Mrs. Bea'ubier, 2 socks. 1 suit pyjamas; Mrs. Barker, Mrs._MMdleton, 4 palf'socks; -Mrs. F. .ho I'rlso'ner's ol War Fund boxes i pair pyjamas, 1 knit trench jo opened until that dciy. The Rachael SmltL, 1 knit trench will laler. Children Miss M. Smllh, C property bags; adalts wfshftigfono ol "theso prisoner of war onvelope3_ may have same by applying to thfl president. 'Lots on hanil.-Brbry-hbTno Gordon, S Turkish- wash cloths; Mrs. J. -Handkerchiefs; Mrs. Lloyd, 8 knit '.wash cloths; Mrs, Qeo. Harper, 1; knit wash 'cloth. iave one. 7. thlrt, 1 Mrs. J. Harper ivishCB. to extend 8 handkerchiefs. noto of thanks anii appreciation to Mrs. Uirlch, donation of tho ladle's of ioSvh, ami country ladles of Champion district will hato worked so, pleased to know that ,we hare in SOD pieces ot sewing during A special" note of commendation supervision of the. work-In. tho ab due Mrs. F.. Johnson for tlie of the (i.OG.15 .way In whlcb she has piloted tho follows: collections Crops wbrk'durlrig tbo absence of etc., Mrar H. bun president. During thb -inonth Jlfo member, proceede Johnson lias been untiring in her bako sale', Ice .cream and tags forts to extend' the" work of tho total, J100.I5.' "I Cross. thank you all very much for roar Carl Peterson has offered to untiring and V cheerful .suppor the Ice for the" Red Cross ice cream during the month. :r socials. The local. society accepts Johnson; kind ddnatton wllii heartiest Enlargement. _ tion. _ Long Louie, otto '.'of. r bur "local Tho last sewing meeting was proprietor baa been; obliged in tbe church, tho .following', enlarge his business quarters. l.oul were present: Mrs. .W Smith, Mrs. added an upper story to his pres Smith, Miss H. Smith, Rachacl 9 ieet .hlghl-the.full lengtl Mrs." Beaubierj Mrs'. P. Jolinson, Ihe present build .This he In Ilardisly, Luclllo to have divided -Into -nine be Miss V. Sniltb. Miss -M. fitted up iil; first: class style Sutton, Mrs. O. Harper, Mrs. J. been mad per, 3Irs. as well' The -front. of th taken. In during the weftk store has iheehifully'equipped ,wltb with to-day's 'sewing: Alice knit wash cloth; JIrs. knit trench, Em ma 9 Tiirkfsh wash .cloth: plate- glass. Four private: boxes have bees Installed is; to -he. commended -on his. en- terprising limes rllke: these. Misses' Winnie Fujlerton and Jles C. Brownleo.took Lathhridee Stampede. Koremostv ia a rain; .Already an-Jhch pi fain has fallen and no signs ol stopping. ONE-FOUR, Our CorrcSDOndsnt) Onelour, Jniy and Mrs. J. who have been visiting here all winter, returned to their home at Arran, Sask. A J. H. Wallace, the cattleman, look In tiio-stampede at Lelhbridge last week. T. li. Duncan anil Samuel .Cross hauled loads ol flax to Manyberriss Friday. Mr. am] Mra. .Tas. WcUierell were Manyberrlcs visitors and .tooX In the dance there Friday. 0, D. Groeno, K. Slocurri, Nool Bar- tholomew and William Hunter have gone north to the'Edmonton country to put up hay. Curienl has sfalioil Put a hay limit on Iho l.ako Pakowkl bottom and will make his hay there as soon as It ia dry enough. i Some' ?pray fell tiord Trlday .and 'Saturdny, a heavy lain ported farther norlh. We are In liopcs as the tow that a rain nil! yet aavo our green artd fare being Her, Malley expects to .Inlo the parsonage this week, Is Is- suing wholesale to. Hie members of the (ongregallpn to vlalt him. For the Information ol not "In tho know" It mention- ed that .Mr. Mailer la' BMsorpl a hllilnnl of'a ganjo lit. fclllla.tfli'ano' fS 'rtnxlons to Wllh besV CUQ prtists In town. Bratlfylng-lo Be able to report that took charge of the attendance Bt church service has doub- led I FARM HELP AT RIOHT TIME The Canadian farmer does-not wanl Kills next wants help for the harvest, arid-harvest time will he 80011; 12.009 ;for Ontario, CJuohec, lOiO.00. In In gaskatchewon, 6, 000 In Alberta.'and- 2.500 in Hrltlsh Columbia. NewtllrJdswIck needs nil pf heil'oiviv has none to Scolla.neeifa all her own" men, ao dpes Prince.Ed- ward Island. Help will have> to cpmd from the towns nhd cities, And Ufne (P make arrannetacnls Is now. IVE _l HARD LUCK, AND WANT YOU TO ACCW1MO- M6 WITH CftEOIT UNTH. t CAN WHY OONT YOU ASK THESE OUr-Of-TOWN Houses you HAVE THE A PLAIN TRUTH A man may pationize the mail oidei houses for send them in lhat time hundreds of dollars a t the Same time they Wouldn't accom- modate him for a two-cent stamp, This is the plain, unvarnished truth, If you think otherwise for yourself and see. These oul-of-town houses do riot know not interested in you m any Way in the money you send them. Spend your money with our own f men, who know you iof what yoti J your business, your assistance in build ing urj home interests ;