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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 2, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOUR HIE LETHBRITXSE HAII.Y HERALD FRIDAY, AUGUST ttbe Deralb Siberia WltKLY ,.._ Pybllihsre tut LETHBHIOOE HJEKALO PRINT. ING COMPANV, LIMITED d 61 h Stntt South, Ltthtrldgt W. A. Vutharan Preitdent and Macajlm Director fttm Touanca Builnwi Business OfJIoe 1151 Editorial Subscription RatMl Dillr, sir vwk arding the dtitrlcft possibilities. We ivant (also pesslmUia nq more thau vre ivant unwarn-.nled optimism. Bstly. yeir ISM Dully, bj mail. WwMy. by mall, year ll-H by mill. year to Ditei of ixplry of ttu dally op label Acc of ijta.- eiplnika data U authority to continue lie tub- criptioB. THE PROGRESS OF TtJE-WAR. The -tiara again tie offasfiiTft wnenvH was confident! j be- another lull la'tie lUht nas4 about lo oecJr bodes 111 (or. tho. German toreci still !n. ,the salient. .-Tfce flfbtlngita now oo ten mile front between tha Crlse and tne Duron1 Wrerj, anS lie 84 Tanceifs. belns steadily carried on The yesterday the heights pi the Crlse which are Import ant dominating positions, and prf reported t frt obo j A CASE WHERE. ADVERTISING PAID. TVe are t! lo ourselves but we could not-Tierp _ noticing that OP day after zjalnlt_tho lack o organEze'd.effort to inaka go-round figrye'ils purpose, the atree car carried banner stating that the merry-go-round would bs la-operation, afternoon" and evening: And on "Wednesday evening several v cans p_acked with kiddle re STRIKING THAT HAPPY MEPIUM. Tha Mouse' jiw News has souio- biug wprth walle to say about stri- ng ft happy medium iu our outlook in the war, which Is worth repeating-. It has often been eali of Western Canadians that they are peoples o! jlreiaei. That just as lhay nduro he coplrasts of iho welder, sa tiioy in be great spenders. CDOII- omlsU, And there Is a good ileil in t. Ibis gool to our jenwal war outlook It is hatd to eay. Ml vt certainly tlruej get unduly optimistic when things seem to ba go- lag wall, and when Ihe pendulum .wings back we begin to wonder what ha armies over there ore doing auy- ow- After a Ions time ot weariness at the news from tho weslera front, we hating a great session ot contin- ued good reports. Every day adds ioniB more to tho ground gained jbe historic HheimsSoIssons salient. Bui none of us must let this rift In he clouds go to our heads and make us belle re thai at last Germany U on he rua and tho Entente armies are now all jh'oird for Berlin. YS'Q assuredly hove Qvery_ reason to 'eel good over tho genius of Foch, which great-German drive slid on the carefully Into tho' eallont'. le'artlly of ui.' ihit the tide ]'as now turned] 'and from now on the Allies -will from 'victory to victory. Is; still long and the no means, atjtho be- ginning .of the eud of his resource j. ___1j Ifi ft riedium course which ii Terr rmichjjctter for us Pe sjiriljnrjs JL is hotii weakening and demoralizing. veil to try ana obtain dogged, viewpoint of the man in fighting strong fie enemy is how great 4a his 'ability war Geaeral-Foca has-dellve-red'a heavy rthe a tnoci- PICKED UP PASSING Horss meat Is, being at lake market ia Buyere lor llio Vetted Stales gorern- laeot are UUog ill Ibd hiy Iroiu Oatario and aa iBfllati cott, out p( l ot Pros- fn hU ani the Ira a good many rounds to be before Kaherdom la beaten to Itfe'rope'i.The fortitude patience there Is a who do not actually: fight- In the :lield; to play. A strong moralV al home makes for a stronger army.-But everything that speaks game traces from.lie morale of the soldiers ia ftejd It Is.Just.Ihb Ihe. crops whit can he dono by. adyertislng. the attractions dt ;tho aitrictlODj and arlvtrtlio them. Ad r pays.- "is bring us'bacfe to fracturing hW ueck, died Mr. J. D. SScGregor, of Brandon, has sold his famous herd of 157'catlla which in six hours brought In over fSO.WO. Capt. J. E. Streight auj U) Morrison, of Toronto, loth of Ihs or- iginal 3rd Daltalion, bavo returned home from Germany.' Mijor J. C. an old mllltlpiuan oud Kenlan Raid vct'eran, for twenty- one years of the waterworks department, Is dead. V 'Legal right of any city in the Btstu of Waihingtou to hold In-quarantine a person suffering-from an Infectious disease Is expected-to be delBrminN! before tho supreme coart.- i and Carrulhers. of the Salvation Army aro leavibg, .Nelson for Alaska whera 'they bayo' been np. poiuled to district ofjices' with head- lartera at Wrangell, Unknown persons slashed1, all tho tires and otherwise auto- mobile of Rev. Father DbgoriVy, at Brantford.'and every, "in the Polish Church waVbi" Richard twenty-three years- ot age, was fatally burned at ill e Imperial Oil Company's' at Samla, it Is helleved by'i from tho furnace. on an operating table- at the hcepital In Pelerhdro- to-uudergo ai operation for tonslHtis, Satnuel Swart; a 14-year-old boy been given an anaesthetic a'nd the doctors were about lo'-begin trie oper atlon when It Was pa tlent '-J Two of the of the Provo Woolen Mills' and ehgage'd on government were deatroyet Tollgates oa cott road were oa July 8V Meredith, and company o! VMnnlpes were successful at 96.77 'net for Manitoba bonds. C. T. Dennis, 15-year-old son ot John Dennis, Morgeueton, Qnt.. lost his life In tbo Trant'caual while bithiog- Among the- prisoners captured iu Two million hand greasdes and one; rallHoa rlilo grenades are being pro- duced monthly In tho U.S. A dispatch received IE Amsterdam om Batavla says tUat exports of co oa from the Dutch East Indies to Jke nited States have been stopped, says ha Neuwe Rotterdam CouranU Tho U.S. government has assumed ontrol ot tho turbine englno industry, wenty-one manufacturers o? Tur- Ines arc affected by the order, On June 2i, wheat In elevators, in anada amounted to a little over five ijllion bushels. On tho corresponding ato In 1917 and 1936, 23 million GOVERNMENT'S RESPONSIBILITY IN COAL- PRODUCTION. -Word 'camejfrom Edmonton that the report spread about two or threo the effect .that a larger amount of U.S. anthracite coal wa3 to by, allowed, In Western Canada this -wJnter'was erroaeans and the.Weat will be forced to-be content wlth'37 090 .tons source. reaalt Is that (Alberta must ihw and every effort must bs put fprtZl td do so 'uVse eras' strange to The "Herald, _Ln pir'ctd normal Tray of loofetng at the war. crop wonld have been a Godsend to the Allies, but It might have had Its insidious effect on thosa at home.. Success, is a mighty heady dmught for sonifl people. There, has been a great deal of heavy spending on unuecacarles m. the west during iha last yefir.' For a lot of peo- ple this eilra has made theni think: 'Go4 is In heaven, all's will coma right in the end.1 That's crim- fnalopffmfsm when things are as fhey ara in TLfre's the'sane medium. It's np to erpry. individual tJuf-p'Avs 5 thgn WB should urge night schools tha inculcation of patriotism We quite agree-with- I7he 3sews by fire' at Provo, Utabi Th'e" loss i estimated at Wage increaEes'-approslmating "1 per cent, and effectU-e on August 1 will be granted by. the .United State Steel Corporation to- laborers, at it manufacturing plants. manding the Aroerfcati'fqrces''In th Uni t ed Kingdom, has' he eh- appointe Hen '6" die f the grave possibility of a famine that the government does not inyote' lorne "powers to Secure more mmera The domestic cotl mlnefl In tia- Lethbrldge district ae the prodncers ot leBt lump ooal in the1 province are not producing more .than 40 per cent of the amount coal they are capablvof producing and' all'beciuse.of of mln- are more miners to bed and surely the government oik floi It the govemraenl avoid A charge next winter of Indifference (o the Weits It, Trlilj pnt forth an effort to men now to man the mines ,T steady confidence .in the re ult hack ed up1 by our beat efforts continuous CROP RETURNS SHOW CAlrSE FOR CONFIDENCE. from thoza fields' -where thft harvesters are already at work to the effect that the returns will considerably better- than antlcl jatod A3 WM case last year the 'grains filled well, and_whal wheat ia produced will ha an generally free from weeds and fore good for seed 'Many fields, whare 'flow, average, yield will result will '.'neyerlheleM be tared if the farmer! 'an obtain the novr headers now com IKC ag tno price of wheat y eitertad produce the results de ire In this war of right against might The Kill ot lha late Jotf Munson, K.C., ot SA1VK Using CORN for SYRUP Ia 2, 5, 10 20 pouail tloi tnd 3 to. "Perfect Seal" J.ri'.' fat (ridd !e M lief ud hot delicioue table (rom corn tbui UTC you r grocer. THE 3TAHCH CO., UMITI6, 131 C4KBDUIU ronn 4 GIV.A. take ho lurther part In its dellbera- on Friday, when a length? tlens. The question'.o( proporllonnl ropro- seiitalioa was at llio root 6l the trau- Thq delegates from Ottawa onU tbo wes! Imvo been claimhiB that saf- mqdp Uiem liavo been per- slstentlv voted' down by tbo predi inance of voltes in Ontario, i Wm. Robinson, 18, was drowned, in IcCarson's pond. In Mono'-townshlp, ear Orangaville, wblle In' Datblng viUi a number of youths. yinal reports from the first Victory .oau in iowed a i total b( an over- ubscrlptfpn of 50 per cent. Tliq 00 quota that Colony out to pb- ain was raised in six'days. "Airplanes, carrying a hundred rneh ,nd equipped i with'ongines equal. In >ow'er to'] those IrA a medium iteamBhlp will lio developed wittiin hrce said Caproni, inventor of he Caproni bomblns planes la an.irt- Paris. TUB Brilfsh financial publish- and Ottawa Delegates Walk .Toronto Over-Represfented Toronto, July tho culmina- tion of raurmurfngs which have been heard ever since the' opening of the GAV.V.A. convention, tho Winnipeg and Ottawa delegations today walked out of the convention and decifted to rue BrJI current February S, was probated' an showed a-total net 'estate'of' 438.55, the Jbf which to- gether .with insurance went .to his widow. The lato Mr.' MnnsDtnwa's for m'any.'years he'id law Munson and wefa' solici- tors for the Rail- way and dthcr Mackenzie and Mann enterprises. repprta of a German scheme to sectirBj timber properties .in Can- ana, notably 'in British Cotu.rnbi.aj through a wall known .expert, who is receiving a handsome fee and who has eatled 'for 'America In behalf ot one of tneso-Swedish-Cerrnan-partles. I Alcoholism In Now York City has decreased within one year to less than ono-third volume of last year, as a result -of the.'nractica ot time thrift, the opportunities for regular employment, and.the increased cost ot liquor, according Ib Bellevue hospital officials. No fewer than nine violent dcathl; were reported in Slontreal and Xiis- trict' last, -yeek, .Includlns a double other .bathing fatali- ties, an automobile car tragedy, a' poisoning affair, and a' sudden death'. Five children were among the victims. "Hubert Day, ftaymond. Pritchard, a lad of 14; and a return- ed soldier, wera-drowned in-tne-Gan- anoque river at Marble Rock, near Ganahoque. The three victims were bathing, at. the time.. From, whst can be learned one- of' the number was seized with cramps and In trying lo rescue him the blher tiro lost their ilvesj The bodies have been recovered. R, Hash, John Carr, Gco. Vayro A. Bennett were chief vrlntiers. In tho sheep there were only two en- trlei, taoie of Ceo. .Millar. In the flwine class the chief winners were J. Vf. Pallor, and S. Ilusseil. poultry winners were N. A. McKellar, B. N. Hardins, K. A. HBrSing, Ed- wards Bros., A. Graliam Moore ot. Med- icine Hat and Geo. Shenton. Hamilton of.Coaldale was tho heavy vegetables and grasses and grains. R. U. Rash1 was also a heavy winner in grains. In the. domestic Mrs. Hammari, >lra. A. B. Tolton, and Mrs. Haminer, were as usual to tbo fore with some-very tempting exhibits. anil :hoy say If the representation at llio convention -was proportional 'to paid- up Uirs .would' not been possible. Walters nearly came to a break last night, but the matter was iiatchcil up Tor a while, and the delegates attended this morning's .session. This afternoon however, a meeting at tho Carls nitj' hotel and decided defin- itely to have nothing more lo (to with lha lisuc .a 'Sl'a.ternent Followiug this meeting, 'the Winni- peg and' Ottawa' delegates this oven- ing issued a statement In the iorm of a letter to the president of the .asso- outlining' tholr position. In it they- claim. that while- Ontario bas only paid-lip members to in the rest of ino Dominion, it has 9-! accredited the rest oi Canada has only S4. They disclaim the iaipressEoh tiiaVan attempt is be- ing made to a politicnl or- ganization with the idea of running the country, and declara that "Iho attitude adopted1 from'.tlmo lo -time W tho Toronto and Ontario delegates of jeer ing and howling at pulslde delegates with whom they may not agree Is no conducive to harmony or good results.' Allen --Labor .Question 'The alien, labor question Oe 1.1 allef tor dli utlon prepared by tbo speci enemy committee comet ,up cusslon. Tho principal point! of th( resolution 1. All onomf niploycil, to bo Interned, and work of national hnportance. 2. Enemy aliens' not' to travel ilian flre miles vitbouv a, pawport. 3. of an custodian. 4. Hlgld onfo'rcemeni of regislM pn. 6. Super-tax on Incopies by enem] aliens. 6. rroblbition of-enemj1 alien put icatlons. 7. Ko enemy' federal, prt vlncialor munloipal 8. Allied aliens .he or deported lo their .own, Split Continue} Toronto, Aug. Indications poirf to a cpmplole withdrawal af-.the WiQ ni peg and Ottawa (delegate! to th[ G. W..V.'A. convention. Winnipeg anl Ottawa delegates are' still In townani interviews today backed up the oft cial slatenienf- Issued, last' ntght ei plaining their attitude in -seceding be cause of the refusal'of the'cpnventtoi lo adopt Iheir the vptlnl principle Involved. j. Some westerners .-today irenl evei so far as lo say that "the split rp'tgh' meap the fprrna.tiqn. orgac ization. "Wo" aro "conlerit .to ,'ita'nl alonfi If need another dele gate. Western delegates even refused tc day to lake part in the pleasure trl] to Niagara falls' Vancouver, August 1. A dispatch to the from Cum- berland says that the coroner's Jury at that place' yesterday returned an open 'verdict in tho case of the shoot- ing of Albert Goodwin, alleged draft evader, by Dominion Constable Campbell, 'of Victoria. "Constable Canippell placed under arrest on li an. Incenllre to cut wnkh would ordlDarlly be that Southern Al brU1 wily harvest 1IXCOIXOOO buihelt IJrls yiah Is not a halt-crop, but H -ffllt provide us tMd tid for ship Tient otcriMS jTl4 'encouraglnj; thili which hu prorsll- we are havfng hlirrelf at and will do much 'iije mln Ui: clly'lndafg i tojbe pesslmls, i tkotild radiate optlm: jrhich thfl int i steady, em of wfll insplrd ftjirlth 8ciri( i. Takiiid Southern dispatch. of continues the "He' will soon undergo pre- in. fh" civilian f and. will also' bo taken to Victoria to appear Mfofa 'a which stances of tho shooting Oamifbell did not give evidence at e' inquest '-Evidence was to tho ef- military tribunal Into all tie circum- the -shop ting 'was done with arInV .Union; Action Vancourer? 1 A. sfencral holiday ot all uhldns af. flllated wilh the MjMal Trades Couof cil has been declared for Friday, the day of the. ftmcrll of Albert OoMwIn. alleged draft evader, shot and killed by a Dominion cotntahle In the woods baci of fumberlanil said to Kilstlng- Arrest This action was al a mestlng oj[ the connc.ll Ian night and telegrams have bajin yictprla and -New Weatmlnafer Ing similar action In ,Tha (ublect of maVIni the holl nj gentjat tn all m-anchej of trade bs brought up al n' moating tf the Labor" Cou icll tonight T" birring the public from bath beaches In tha slate of hew York jntrtt W removed according tu a de- cision handed down In Brooklyn by (jotirl_ Benedict Rul Ing Jnat fences aro illegal Ih courtrextJlalned IJiat (thlfe a charge may1 be_mado for (ho of pwnors of thcso pavilion! from tho beach lo use bMh could com four aides' slid their mathlrie.gifps concealed cleverly In the rip- ening wheat which afforded ex- ceittnt cover. "This kind of cor- resp6ndent coniinues, slow bu- siness and bad ilds that tries fo hurry It; unless It (133 an of" guns, nnd In this open fighting guns cannot concentrated _ as ihey are for trench Are Starving Am- Vlcaris did not appear "to aiich good material asr.the olhpr Ono boy oi nineteen said lie hsiTbeon a year In .that -thts wfl3 his first tearg that ho rtld not like it: Other pris- oners bcinB arted -Why tha, Americana beating thorn, replied? _ 'Tfie AmVjcans fiaVd fobrt In their, 8_toinach3 while tho, (Ifirraans only ha no'o'rifi could To The "Not-far fnira somewhat pathetic groiip was tcund. There were fiyo Gcrroans anrt an officer on one Ido of It-arid Anterkara. 6il tho "l and tho" las thrust biA a-fightto tHo finfsh TTljR hat! 'into the earth to tliaf he was- the laat One Ito see'Ji -througn. 'Meanwhile ;lhe "fighting- fiad been Scrgy, and Sen (ngea with much :of The artillefy had the in which' th.e Infantry attacks. sfroweM that np ha 'no com, peHe'rl to do so; V t their were to hold .tbVlino'-al peclally ct s CnnHhweaJ. S0: tte doubt thai no lack'O: TUBER TAKES.W (ClSTlVUED THOU FSOKT Pi.51) Domestic Products The domestic products too, were remarkably fine. Taber ladies, how- ever, have all been noted for 'their work In this respect. One feature of ho fine arts exhibit was a splendid quilt, worked In Red .Cross -style, with names of Tabcr and Lethbridgq soldiers. This was the work of Miss yharleton, of the school and some of ber pupllB, and waVrafftctl "off ioF Iho [led Crois, the amount produced being In the neighborhood of which in- cluded also a handHome lace yoke. The director of tho fair are lo be heartily are'- particularly live and'are al- ready lalfclng cf gsttlns now grounds for, next year, the present ones, helng found altogether too 'inadequate ycs- lorday for a proper.'display of the many exhibits, and tho 'carrying 'oiit of the program. _ Regrettable Accident A accident marred the EUmpede events during Ihe afternoon. Texas nose, tho nifty little lodfrldoi', was thrown from her horse under ah automobile anil suffered a broken arm and a severe shaking up. She was removed to tho Tabor rtoapilal where- she is getting on well today. She may come to Letlibrldge this evening. The ovenls-were enjoyed-by all, several c-xhibltlons of roping, rtd- and bucking being given. The judging of domestic products was-done by Miss Bawden, of Leth- brlilge, who over tho exhibit. ____ floe cooking. Miss Wilson of I.clh- nrtdga Judged the fancy work and 'Cross tewing. Tha poultry was, Judg- ed by Jai. Weatbronk, of Ijsttb'rldgo, and this was also up tCi Iho-mark with everything clso. 'Among tho visitors were McLean, minister of public works, W. McC, Moore, manager Lethtrldfo 'ex- hililtlon, Frank M, L. others. The Tahcr-band provided fino music. 'Tho prlnclplo winners in the horse classes were T. B. Henderson wllh some pure breds aomo grados; Qoo. Uusscll, and with grades. won out wllh drJrinJf horses, Ia Ihe calllo classcrA. was also enthusiastic Iblts, parllcularly'" the THE HOUR IS STRIKING Ththour is