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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 2, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta FRIDAY, AUCSUST 2, 1918 THE LETHBRlDCfE DAILY HERALD PACE FIVE Decide They Will Use This As Anthem To Close Their Meetings Toronto, Aug. Great War of Can. ada has decided to replace the British National Anthem "God Save the with "O Canada" at the close of branch meetings. It was moved by an English clergyman, Rev. J. C. Davidson, now an adopted con of Canada, ?nd carried at the convention this morning, j, Except for some doubt express- ed as to smaller branches, without a piano, being unable to navigate- through the subtle modulations of "O no serious opposition was raised. 'It seems to be a very serious omission not to sing 'O Canada1 at our branch said Mr. Davidson "We are Britons and Brit- ish subjects, but we are all Can- adians and are here to further the interests of oyr own country. "In this period of reconstruction Et is expedient that Canada be first and foremost, and our nation- al anthem brings our country's job before us and should be sung in all our branches." THE CANADIAN SALT CO. LWVTtO .STILL IN PRECARIOUS CONDITION D.C-, Aug. strand- ed Osaka liner Canada Maru fillH is In a precarious'condition and unleas .the weather, remains good, there is prospects of saving the vessel One carload of freight was'taken off Yesterday. anil' dispatched to Seattle, Conditions in efforts to effect lighter ing have not altered In the past' 24 all reports agree that Hie failure to lighter the cargo before next southwest storm r9hders the'sit- uation critical for salvage of the Montreal; Aug. 2.--The Canadian railway board announces that a de- tailed study has been undertaken which will show not merely the in crease lu the cost of railway haul i: the manufacture ot nocwaarles o: life, but will go into actual cost o lha labor raw materials in (lies articles with a view to proving lisa while railway rates-have Increase possibly thirty per cent, since the wa began, ivhije railway costs of opera lion have increased by a larger pe ccjvtage, manufacturers' have actua ly increased their of profit ou of all proportion to" the actual in crease In their cost of production, Tho war board gives the fotlowin list: Coots and shoes have risen In nrlc since the war began 100 per cent beef 35 per cent.; clothing 50 pe cent.; coal 100 per cent.; cordwoud 100 per cent.; Hour 90 per cent; gas- Vancouver, Aug. the military court to-day David claimed to be a Finnish subject, informed the court thai he secur- ed papers which were lo give him protection against military ser- vice from the Swedish consul at Calgary for 52. Asked how he came to get the papers Kato said he heard that the consul would give any one papers for and therefore took advan- tage: of the chance. He simply went before that official and swore he was a Finnish subject after which he paid the monty and the document was handed over Kato further volunteered the information that he had been In the Canadian army four days, but that the said Swedish consul got him out by stating he was a Fin- lander and a married man. WHEAT WILL BE PER BUSHEL. Winnipeg, Aus. 1. A. special dispatch to tho Manitoba Free Press from HE staff corrcspon- dent at Ottawa tonight says: A new price for the coming wheat crop is to be fixed August iiiw board of grain Euppjvtaors. new price wlil be in t-sce-ss of that- Jixfid for last year's crop by ap- proslmateSy amount of the Increased freight rate of six cents per bund red on wheat, or about three cents per bushel- In other words it is an- tteipated that the new price vili be IKT Lushel. f. ff o o oline 100 per cent.; hardware 100 per pork 75 per sugar SO per and tobacco oO JICT cent. Ttie roads are now paying a 100 per cent, higher payroll, 210 per cent, more [or axles, 110 per cent for brass cast- ings, per cent, for malleable cast- ings. 100 per cent, for coke, la? per cent, for iron and sleel bars, 150 per cent, for fur. SO per cent, for oak. 100 per cent, for piuo and spruce. 130 per cent for oil and fuel al Montreal, 32 per cent, for oil fuel at Vancouver, 30 per cent, for kerosene, per cent, for steeMiros, 100 per cent, for clean- ing waste, 200 per cent, fir lubricat- ing waste, and SO per cent, for casl iron wheels. Additional Sport GANS BETTER THAN LEONARD. Veteran Trainer Says Necro Boxer Was in by Himself.' The question as lo tho relative merits of Joe Cans and Bonny Leon- ard frequently arises, but as Iho negro champion bail pas Fed on be- foro Leonard dcveloped, 11 Is diffI- cult to get any ground fur compari- son. Adherents of the boxers are profuee with opinions, and the latest Now Goes To Sixth Avc. A.- Other SUe is Too Noisv live of (be struggle 1 throughout Hie ages. I'ttoiHjIy stupendous mag-' aifkcut s-cent-i are those which, rep- resent itij; llelsfiazzar's feasl, disclose a panoramic of over a uille of ancient world splendors and architec- tural wonders against which diapUan- ously attired women ami piutires- quely clad men stand out In slcro- ot-opic relief, AT STARLAND pronouncement Xorth, who was connected fro: from with Kid CROW'S NEST COAL CO. WILL DECLARE DIVIDEND Noted Italian Violinist Coming Yincehzo Gullotta Heads Company, on Second Day at Chautauqua "r Toroulo, Aug. no offi- cial statement has yet been made, It s understood that the Crow's Nest Pass Coal Company will shortly de- clare a dividend of 1 1-2 per cent. It is probable thai payment will be made about Hie end of August. In spite of the labor troubles, which were thought to have been settled some mopths ago, tlio company still lias its difficulties on account of the interference of certain agitators. These agitators, it is believed, are to some citent, at least, of the T. W. W. persuasion.. Tiiey have taken refuge in Ca.mda after having been driven out from parts of tbe United Slates. training staff in the days of the black champion's ascendancy. Xorth recent- ly w as a sked wh at cli an CD Leonard would have with (Jans !n his best form. "Xot a chance In the ho said; course I have to base this statement on what t of Leonard and 1 realize that It v.-as not a fair test. Dut hern's the way 1 figure ft out, AVhen Joe Gans ivas at the top of his form there was talk of match- Ing- the lightweight champion with Stanley Ketchel, who was a middle- weight. Have you ever heard any talk of matching Leonard with tho present middles, most of whom don't come close to Ketchel? I should pause to remark that you don't. ialk Anil j understand me, feHrvws, I don't want to knock Benny Leonard. He's, and a wonderful champion." So far as Leonard and Gans aru The a'.tc for Ujc- bi? C'aaulanqua tent, in Letbhrldge been changed. Tho sito first selected was- on TUird avenue opposite the ford 'garage, but t having been, brought lo thy atten- tion of ihe tint switch tMigine and sirccst card, etc.. make this thoroughfare a very noisy one, u chauge of situ was thought, to be advisable. anJ tbe old h-gli school site, on Sixth avenue A, near Thir- teenth street, lias been sctecU'il. The reason for not, 'laving lhi> she closer to tho centre of the city [s thai the fire limits exclude it. The new site Is a fairly central one, and no doubl will prove satisfactory. A block of scats will he held as re- served seats in the tent, ivhich will seat over 1400 all told. Tho.so who de- sire reserved seats may have Ihclr ckets marked reserve fyr an extra i, by having their regular season ckets thus market! by J. Uoyd. Lore will no particular seat re- ervcd, nierely a block reserved from hich tlioso who hold reserved mark- d tickets may seject a scat. PEACE PROPOSAL. Toronto, Aug. J. Dyson, of algary, delegate to iho G.W.V.A. con- entlon, headed a peace deputation 'hich wr.ttcd on Lieut. Colonel 1'irl- eon, of Ottawa, and Delegate Max- of Winnipeg, at tho Carls ttite totel this -morning, when alter jreo-hour discussion the delegate .withdrew from the convention greed to reopen diplomatic relations vith the Dominion convention. A tatemunt embody inn the conditions in which they are prepared to resume llendance at the convention was .rawn up and came bt-fore the con- this aiternoon. FAMOUS AUTHOR FOR LATEST WALLACE REID PICTURE Dane Coolidge, author cf "Rimrock which la Wallace Iteld's new- est Paramount picture, is one of the best known authorities on weslerti life and has written about a dozen novels, all dealing with Ihe western characters. "Kimrock Jones" 13 a slury of an Arizona miner and is on a real JuclJent which carao f> Mr. Coolidgs's attention while he In that state gathering1 material for storiis and articles. The cast In- clude-5 Anu Little, Ernest Joy, Charles tiuy Oliver and Edna Mae Cooper, and the'production was dlr- cctcit by 1 )oaald Criap. "Kimrock Jones" Is to appear at Starland Friday anti Saturday. Warwicks Famous for Harmony Opening Chautauqua Attraction Brings Two Program's of Splendid Music "Thore's my (o the about comparing the two lads. THE ARCHBISHOP OF YORK'S TRIBUTE TO CANADA concerned, it would seem that iho negro vanquished a harder field than Leonard has to date. Yet Benny has plenty of time in which to show that he is the greatest lightweight cham plon in history. The Gutlotlii Trio mnks vcry.'ncnr the lop of nil Chnulnuqtm musical compnnfcs, both in'its musical excellence amHts nblllty to meet the demands of VIricehio Gullotln, violinist, bends the com- pany. He is alike: for the firm delicacy of his touch nml the brilltnn'cc 'pncl velocity of hlu {cchnlquo.' llnlh Vhnrrnlng wife of Vinccnro Gulloftfi, Is not only n womnn of clmrmlng personnllly, hut nlso'n plnnlst and nccompanEst who n rare nhltily fo understand tvery change of Interpretative mo4d. Martha Cook, sonranr> soloist, hns a rolce of .unusunVrnnse nnil flexibility. Lethbridge Chautauqua 12th to 17th inclusive August SIX JOYOUS DAYS A Lfmlted Number of Season are on salo by Iho com- miUee until noon of the opening day at War tox 'that time they advance lo They are transferable only within the owner's ifnmedlnto family.; to tho various sessions amount to nearly three times ItAi.'cqst of a season ticket, Even though you attend but a few ft to buy a season Ucltct. Children's single atlmlssfons arproximatcly half price. Write or see W. J. LLOYD, Sherlock Building. The Archbishop of York in a com- munication'to the Canadian Associat- ed Press, says: "When I crossed the undefended border between the United States and Canada, I passed from SL country, where tho war was still a new enterprise calling ftp new en- busiasm and effort to a country where Ih3 war meant nearly four years of strain and sacrifice. Yet I found tbe jjirlt .at Canada everywhere resolute, undaunted, and determined to-carry on. It was impossible not to !eel_the thrill of this spirit in "the rauliriudVs who filled Mnsscy Halt, in Lhe'great body of men in the Russell Theatre, Ottawa, and in representative gatherings of Canadian clubs in Ot- and Toronto. 1 was glad at a meeting of ladies at Mon- treal to realize in some, measure the noble'work which tbe women oT-Can- ada are doing on behalf of their sons, husbands, and brothers at the front, 1 felt it to bo ono of the chief privileges of ;ny life to be able en Canadian soil to express the heartfelt gratitude of the Mother Country for tbe splendid service which the Canadian Army has rendered 'the cauae of justice and free- dom, ami to feel the heart ot the Ca'n- adlan people beating- with lilgh rc- sclvo and unshaken faith.'1 CANADIAN GOLFERS IN WAR. Approximately 3500 Are Fighting the Huns. Approxima lei j 500 m embers o golf clubs in the dominion, oE Canad have enlisted, of whom over 200 hav paid_ the supreme sacrifice. There ar several clubs" with the proud recor of over one hundred members khaki. Firet on tho list comes the Hoya Ottawa of Ottawa, with a total of 115 of whom 16 have been killed; 13ea consfield, -Montreal, has sent 112 three killed; The Royal Montreal.'llO nine of whom have "gone west." The there's tho -Toronto Golf club, wit 1 'members at the front; St. An AT VANCOUVER. Toronto, Aug. (ho morn ng session Comrade Whit taker of Vancouver Introduced a resolution to the next convention of the G. V.A. in Vancouver. There was no op- position although a Victoria comrade mt in a bid for his city. CAUGHT FIRE Dallas, Texas, Aug. airplane frori Love Field caught fire In the air hEre-toflny.' The aviator, who has not yet heen identified, leaped from tho airplane after being badly burned nml was killed oy the fall OVER SUBSCRIBED St. John's, August meafary reports from the New Found land first Victory Loan campaign for showed a total of an over subscription ot 76 per cent. CLOSE EATING Ottawa, Aug. various of- f-'.nses against the food regula- tions the Canada food board has ordered the closing of eleven Montreal public eating places, for periods ranging from three to fifteen days. NORWEGfAN SUNK London, August, Norwegfa brJg Alkher of Aredal, was sunk tlio coast of Norway on Wednesday b a German submarine, saya.a dispatc from Chrlptlahla to tho Central NEW Agency. The Germans carried off al tho provisions and tnstrumenla bcfor sinking tbe vessel. The crew WP saved. you know that the GRAHAM MOTOR CO. can weld your- broken auto frames, and make them as strong as new ones? Not 'only can they weld auto frames, but all kinds of farm AM EXPERT IN CHARGE OF LINE Of WORK, E. A1NSWORTH, Manager BRITISH LOANS TO ALLIES I.OnilOL'. Aus. amount tha hnd Lccn lonncd to KusKla was IJonnr Law announced toria whllotoFrar.ee liad dec lent; lo Italy and to glum, OrDcco and smaller nation .Students on tht Farm, College students, purllcularly thoi who havo tifid experience In farmin should vacations this ye holping-wltll the liarvcst. Things a so this rear, that they ia n-oll forego their, usual .vocation, we corned It he, lo In (ho sa Ing of tha ew's Golf ciub at Calgary, 9S; NTorr ood Golf club at Winnipeg 96, and iers nil the TY.TV Joirn the list. D. W, Griffith's latest Ereat spec tacle, one o'E tiio cur- rent season's biggest hits in New York. Chicago, Philadelphia, Pitts Imrg, San Francisco and Los Angele: will be offered at the ilajestic tonight and twice on Saturday. It Is said lo ha the moat magnifi cent production of all time. Mr. Grif fith gives visual presentation pf four different Habylon) in days of Eelshazzar, Judea nt ihe time of the Xazarine, Medlaeva France'when Catherino do Medici GRASS AND BEEF ARE SURE MONEY Reports from different parts of the strict Indicate that some farmers arc titling their grain fields In the lj iat, a3 a result of damage on uesday night, it will be more vaiu- blc for hay than as grain.- In view tho pasture anil hay shortage in the outh, it is more than likely Ihat heat cut as hay will be "almost as rofltablc as if it had produced a crop f grain. There is every evidence of sufficient cterjand to absorb the 'hole pruduclEuji. This will mean liousaods of of good hay avail We for stock feed. Xllhoiigh tho loss I a considerable portion'ot tbe grain rop is a serious matter, it disposes f any danger to the live stock o 10 country. For several weeks pas: here has been a tendency reported Ii hA. south' to sacrifice Hyo stock be- anae of shortage of feed and hay That should not occur now, and wll Lot BO soon as the conditions are thor oughly understood and tbe, balance at "listed, Panic is the greatest enemy L of EIIC cess. At one stage, the southern were slock bi cause of feed shortage. At ahothfi stage the peoplo of the north are np lo sacrifice their grain hi tbo belle !bat II has been entirely ruined. Whll no doubt the culling of some graf fields today Is justified by-the facts, _t Is not wise lo conclude that tho con dltiotis In nil localities are Iho same and farmers would bo well advised m to be loo hasty In coming to conclu Ions. The situation In the port Swings nroun'l Lo tho same pofnt a which It stood during EO many years tho, earlier settlement of tho cdunlr The man ivho has a biincn of CO1 can look fate in the face drcumslanccs without batting an ey while tho tiian without .the cows taking chances. Somollmea tho wheat farmer'made a hilling, ami "sometimes tho killing got him. There Is always grass for hay. Ueef and rlalry ;pro- ducts' always find a. surfi market'For- lunaldy tho amount of live stock in tho cdnhfry In such .thnt tho partial loss of Iho WRCat crop dooS not amount than A fAfhtrc to iHlize on hrfs been MlmulAted by same canfle hfts put n crimp Jo mem ton Dullclla, ted to her son Charles IX., and thi throughput them .ill hi stains most Inlc.restlngly the mo- TONIGHT AND SATURDAY ARAMOUNT PICTURES PRESEN Wallace Reic IN "RIMROCK JONES" ALSO FATTY ARBUCKLE IN "IlfS WEDDING NIGHT" Tho Warwick Quartet, which comes to Clmutnuqua on the opening diij, ias ueen given this place of prominence liecnuse of slieer worth. Four young men, filled with life ami enthusiasm, brimming over with tritalc, constitute his splendid several seasons they.have'bsea singing together niid'thulr record one of continuous successes. They sing all manner songs and sing them have 'sparkle, color fealurlog solos, duets, Instrument til numbers, readings and sketches. "No" mailer what sort of music 'you'like, you. will find Something to please "awT delight you In these two programs by the Wnrwicts At the Majestic Friday and Saturday this week. Majestic-Tonight, TWICE SATURDAY AT 2.30 AND 8.30 'NIGHTS Me, xc jfTOHDAY IKATINEE SOc, 26c SEATS NOW ON AT BOX OFFIfcE ;