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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 2, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOUR ttbc ftetafo flltxru DAILY and LtfMBRIDQlt MtKAUD PRIN INQ LlMITBD Ml flth Stmet Buchanan President and Mantfiac Director fohn Tori an Builnwi Business Mitorfe TSLRPHONM Ottlflt Mataai par 22 by yaar by par year by par year to Dates of expiry of iubtcrlptioni pear dally on address label Accept ance of papers data to authority to the SUB THE PROGRESS OF THE The rallies have again the offensive when It was oorifldpntly be lleyedthat another lull In The lighting to This Abodes 111 tor the German still in the Marnesalient The now on atenmile front the the ad vance is being steadily carried on The otfeiislve yesterday captured the heights of the Crlse which are Import ant dominating trie pfi eonprs are reported to A CAM WHERE ADVERTING We are not to takeitheicrtdi to ourselves but we couldnotSelp that the da after wejprotestsd aeaineCthp lack of organized effort to make merry goround serve its the stree cars carried banners seating that the merrygoround would be inoperation onWednesday afternoon and And on Wednesday evening several 1 street packed with kiddies re from the This enowe AUGUST fHE LfitHBfinxm ISAILt gurdlng districts We J want pessimism no more than we want unwarrunted STRIKING THAT HAPPY Tho Moose JUw Nows hns some hlng worth while to say about strlk ng a happy medium in our outlook on the which is worth repeating It has often been enld of Western Canadians that they are peoples of That just as hoy 3adurc he contrasts of tho sn tney cnn ba great spenders and great econ And there Is a good deal In t Whether this holds good In our general war outlook It is hard to nit we certainly at times get unduly optimistic when things seem to bo go Ing and when tho pendulum swings back wo begin to wonder what he armies over there are doing auy After a long time of weariness at the news from tho western we are having a great session of contin ued good Every day adds aome more to tho ground gained on the historic RheimaSoissons But none of us must let this rift in he clouds go to our heads and make us believe that at last Germany is on the the Entente armies are now all aboard for We assuredly harre every reason to feel good over the genius of which haaiinet a great Jcrman drive and turned the tables on the carefully prepared rush Into the We heartily all of that the tide has now and from now on the Allies will from victory to putthe way Is still long and the enemyHbj no means at tho be the end of his There to a medium course which is muchbetter for us Pes simism jfla both weakening and We wonWad well ttf try and obtain tfiat dogged viewpoint of the man In the fiefil wnor after yearsof fighting knows Just the enemy GeaeraiPech hasdelivered a heavy upporouton the a knock a good many rounds to be foiigfit ifefore Kaiserdom is beaten to the ropes The fortitude of patience allis necessary and there Is a very for al who do not in the field to A home makes for a stronger everything that speaks of NOT playing the game de tracts from the morale of the soldiers in the It thte sethack to the crops which is tending to bring us back to UP PASSING Horse meat Is being Mid at West lake market In for the United States govern ment nre taking all the best hay from Ontario and from Leo an Indian of Pres fell out of In his sleep and fracturing his diod of has sold his famous herd of which In six hours brought In over Straight and of both oC the or iginal 3rd have returned home from Major an old militiaman nnd Fenian Raid for twenty one years secretarytreasurer of the Windsor waterworks is what can be done by advertising the jour old normal way of looking at the attractions ut the Provide the A bumper crop would have been attractions and advertise Tertiaing Ad GOVERNMENTS RESPONSIBILITY IN COAL Word came from Edmonton that the report spread about two or three to the effect that a larger amount of anthracite coal was to In Western Canada this winter was erroneous and the West will be forced to be content with 080 from this rasult is must supply the bal and every effort must be put fqrttttd do It seems strange to The in vlewof the grave possibility of a fuel that the government does not InfoXe some powers to Secure more The domestic coal mlnea theJjethbrtdge recognjzed the producers of the fcest lump ooal i inthe province are not producing ofthe amount coal they are capable of producing of ashortage of miu Wr there are more miners to W and surely the government oafcvfind if the government withes to avoid a charge next winter of Jnaifterence to the Wests fuel fiAAf Bh it ipiUt put forth of fort to flad the njwr now to man the mines a Godsend to the but it might have had its insidious effect on those at Success is a mighty heady draught for some There has been a great deal of heavy spending on unnecesearies the west during he last For a whole lot of peo jle this extra has made them think God is In his alls well with he theres a war on we but everythings lovely and itll all come right in the Thats crim nal optimism when things are as they are in Theres the sane Its up to every individual and v If that playe fstlse then we should urge night schools the Inculcation of latrlotiem We quite agree with The Steady confidence the result back ed up1 by our best efforts continuous ly exerted will produce the results we desire In this war of right against OIIOPT RETURNS SHOW CAUSE FOR from those where the harvesters are already at work to the effect that the returns will be considerably better than antiei As was the case last the grains filled and what wheat to produced will be an excellent generally freo from weeds and there fore good for seed Many fleldsi where ja low yield will result will ineverthelesfl be saved If the farmers obtain the new headers now com into as the price of wheat for saving is an incentive to cut is wiilbh would ordinarily Southern Al buiheli tiris Trua this is not a haltcrop ijut It will provide us eeed1 and Legal right of any city in the stftte of Washington to hold In quarantine a person suffering from an infectious disease is expected to be determined before the state supreme Ensign and Carruthers of the Salvation Army are leaving Nelson for Alaska where they have been ap pointed to district offices with head Quarters at Unknown persons slashed all the tires and otherwise ruinedthe auto mobile of Father and every windowIn the Polish Church was Richard twentythree yearsof was fatally burned at the Imperial Oil Companys plant at it is believed by a bfowback from the While on an operating tableat the hospital in Peterboroto undergo an operation for Samuel Swart a 14yearold boy He had been given an anaesthetic and the doctors were about to begin the oper ation when it Was found that the na tient was Two of the largest buildings of the Provo Woolen Mills and engaged on government were destroyed by fire at The loss is estimated at Wage increasesapproximating 10 per and effective on August will be granted by the United States Steel Corporation to laborers at Its manufacturing Tollgates on the cott road were removed on July Meredith and company of Winnipeg wero successful bidders at for of Manitoba son of John his life In the Trentoanal while Among the prisoners captured In Two million hand grenades nnd one million rifle grenades are being pro duced monthly In tho A dispatch received in Amsterdam from Batavla aaya that exports of co coa from the Dutch Bast Indies to JJie United States have been says the Neuwe Rotterdam Tho government has assumed control of tho turbine engine Twentyone manufacturers Tur bines are affected by tho On June wheat in elevators In Canada amounted to a little over five million On the corresponding date in 1917 and 23 million bush was In McCarsons in Mono near while in bathing with a number of reports from the first Victory SAVE Using SYRUP for f i la 10 20 pound tint S Perfect Sesl GUss L for mtttlnf all oikM aad hot detlelout UbU from corn thus ttte Aik THE CANADA STAROft OAM1NIMM SPLIT IN HIV A take no further part in Winnipeg and Ottawa Delegates Walk Toronto OverRepresented General Jhn coin manding the forces In the United lias beenappointed a knight the most hon orable Order of The will of the late Jotfn Henry of who diedg February was probated there and showed a total net estate of the greater part Ot which to gether with insurance went to his The late Mungbnwas for many years headofthe of Munson and were solici tors for the Canadian NorthernRail way and other Mackenzie and Mann Loan campaign In Newfoundland showed a total of an over subscription of 60 per The 000 quota that colony sot out to ob tain was raised in six carrying a hundred men and equipped with engines equal in power to those ini a medium sljed steamship will be developed within three said inventor of the Caproni bombing planes In an In terview at The British financial press publish es curreif reports of a German scheme to timber properties Can notably in British through a well known who Is receiving a handsome fee and who las sailed for America in behalf of one of these SwedishGerman Alcoholism in New York City has decreased within one year to less than onethird of the volume of last as a result of the practice of war time the opportunities for regular and the increased cost of according to Bellevue hospital No fewer than nine violent deaths were reported in Montreal and dis trict last including a double three other bathing fatali an automobile and car a supposed poisoning and a sudden Five children were among the July the culmina tion of murmurlngs which have beon heard ever since the opening of the the Winnipeg and Ottawa delegations today walked out of the convention and decided to John Vayro Bennett were chief In the sheep there were only two en those of In the swine class the chief winners were Fallen and The poultry winners were Ed wards Graham Moore of Med icine Hat and Hamilton of Coaldale was the heavy winner vegetables and grasses and Rash was also a heavy winner In In the domestic and were as usual to the fore with some very tempting The question of proportional repre sentation at the root of the trou delegates from Ottawa and the west have been claiming that sug gestions made by them have been per sistently voted down by the predom inance of voting in and they say if the representation at the convention was proportional to paid up this not have beon Matters nearly came to a break last but the matter was patched up for a and the delegates attended this mornings This afternoon theyheld a meeting at the Carls Rite hotel and decided defin itely to have nothing more to do with the convention Issue a Statement Following this the Winni peg and Ottawa delegates this even Ing Issued a statement in the form of a letter to the president of the asso outlining their In it they claim that while Ontario has only padoip members to in the rest of the it has 94 accredited while the rest of Canada has only They disclaim the impression that an attempt is be ing made to formnilkte a political or ganization with the idea of running the and declare that the attitude adopted from time to time by the Toronto and Ontario delegates of jeer ing and howling at outside delegates with whom they may not agree is not conducive to harmony or good Allen Labor Question The labor question will be de its dellberabated on when a lengthy reso lution prepared by the special alle illllUU CflOI OU enemy committee comes for dll The principal polnti of th resolution All enomy aliens Hot already to ba Interned and perforn work of national Enemy aliens not to tratel mop than five miles without a of an alien enemf Rigid enforcement of Supertax on Incomes by eneml Prohibition ofenemy alien puS No enemy alleniTln vinclal or municipal Allied aliens to be conscrlptef or deported to their own Split Contlnuei polrt to a complete withdrawal of the Will nipeg and Ottawa to Winnipeg Ottawa delegates are still in town Interviews today backed up the ofl cial statement Issued last night plaining their attitude In seceding cause of the refusal of the conventioi to adopt their on the votini principle Some westerners today went evet so far as to say that the split mlghl mean the formation pi a new organ We are content to stam alone if need added another dele Western delegates even refused U day to take part in the pleasure trlj to Niagara Hubert Raymond a lad of and a return ed were drowned in the Gan anoque river at Marble near The three victims were bathing at the From what can be learned one of the number was seized with cramps and in trying to rescue him the bther two lost their The bodies have been over for It ii enopuraging fjjjb which prevail t4 we are having huryeit at and will do much Wue ruin talk cUy Indulg4 to wdlste but a eni In the future of whieii spirit year crop Southern an Average yield fivei rise to tbeL ofttimlsm August dispatch to the Vancouver Province from Cum berland says that tho coroners jury at that place yesterday returned an open verdict in the case of the shoot ing of Albert alleged draft by Dominion Constable Dan of Constable Campbell was placed under arrest on a cliarge of continues the He will soon undergo pre liminary hearing in the civilian courts and will also be taken to Victoria to appear before a military tribunal which will enquire into all the circum stances of the did not give evidence at the Evidence was to the ef fect that the shooting was done with a MenTake Action Vancourerr August general holiday of all members of unions af filiated with the Metal Trades Couy ell has been declared for the itha funeral Albert alleged draft shot and killed by a Dominion constabfe in the woods back of pumberjfind while said to have been This action was decided on at i meeting ojt the council last and telegrams have bifin neut labor at Victoria and New Westminster advis ing similar action in those The subject of making the holi day general in all branches of trade be brought up at a jneetlng of the Trades and LaborCouncil Fencei barring the public from bath Ing beaches In the state of New York jnuet tM according to a de cision handed In Brooklyn by Rul ing fences aro the that White a cliarge piay be made for the use of bathing owners of ilitsu pavilions from the beuch 1 whining to use buth any jiouses yr could command the approaches on four aides and their machine guns were concealed cleverly In the rip ening wheat which afforded cellent This kind of the cor respondent la slow bu siness and bad business for the side that tries to hurry It unless It has an overwhelming power of and In this open fighting guns cannot be concentrated as they are for trench Are Starving Two opposed the Am ericans did not appear to be such good material as the other One of nineteen said he had been a year in service but this was his He with tears that he did not like Other pris oners being aftked why the Americans were beating replied The Americans hava gofld food In their stomachs while tha Hermans only have poorstuff that no one could Fought To Trie End Not from pomewhat pathetic group was were five Germans and an officer on one sldo of it and tm the It had been afight to the finish and the last survive had thrust his bayonet downward into the earth to signify that he was the last one to see it Meanwhile the fighting had boen proceeding between Sergv and Scr inges with much of the The artillery had the fashion in which the Infantry showcd that he had no intention of retiring unless com jielkd to do Prisoners declared Ardors wero to hold the line us penally at Hill 184 northwest of iney aeejftBiJ liavo 1H tle that there is 116 luck oi TUBER TAKES THE PALM FOR FAl FROM Domestic Products The domestic products were remarkably Taber how have all been noted for their In this One feature of the fine arts exhibit was a splendid worked in Red Cross with names of Taber and LethBridge This was the work of Miss of the school and some of her ami was raffled off for the Reel the amount produced being in the neighborhood of which in eluded also a handsome lace The directors of tho fair are to be heartily They are a particularly live and are al ready talking of getting new grounds for next the present ones being found altogether too Inadequate yes terday for a proper display of the many and the carrying out of the Regrettable Accident A regrettable accident marred tho stampede events during the Texas the nifty little lady was thrown from her horse under an automobile and suffered a broken arm and a severe shaking She was removed to tho Taber Hospital where she IB getting on well She may come to Lethbridge this The stampede events were enjoyed by several ftxhlbltlons of rid and bucking being The judging of domestic products wasclone by Miss of Loth whn was also enthusiastic over the particularly the fine Miss Wilson of Loth orldgtf judged the fanoy work anil Cross The poultry was Judg ed by of and this was aUo up to themark with everything Among the visitors were Hon minister of public manager Lethbridge ex Knink Taber band provided lino Tim princlpln winners In the horse classes wnrn Henderson with some pure breds and some and with as usual won out with iiis driving Ju the cattle THE HOUR IS STRIKING The hour is The day of the Home Community is UMW hour that strikes the doom of the congested metropolis strikes also the na tionwide slogan of Back to the Home The hour is And the people of ten thousand home communities know You cannot fail to hear And you will do Your share in helping to usher in the greatest era of prosperity this continent has Your cooperation is needed prosperity make it go all the way f ;