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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 2, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta AUCiUSi 1918 THE LEtHBRlMte DATLY TIKRALD PAGE FIVE VETERANS REPLACE fcecide They Will Use This As Anthem To Close Their Meetings Great Wnr Association of nda has decided to replace the British National Anthem God Save the with O Canada the of branch It was moved by an English now an adopted son of carried at the convention this Except for some doubt express ed as to smaller without a being unable to navigate through the subtle modulations of O no serious opposition was It seems to be a very serious omission not to sing O Canada at our branch said Davidson We are Britons and Brit ish but we are all Can adians and are here to further the interests of our own In this period of reconstruction It Is expedient that Canada be first and and our nation al anthem brings our countrys Job before us and should be sung In all our IN PRECARIOUS CONDITION strand ed Osaka liner Canada Maru still in In a precarious condition and unless the weather remains there is prospects of saving the One carload of freight was taken off yesterday and dispatched to Conditions in efforts to effect lighter ing have not altered in the past 24 hours and all reports agree that the failure to lighter the cargo before next southwest storm renders the slt nation critical for salvage of the THE CANADIAN SALT LIMITED OPERATION Canadian railway board announces that a de tailed study has been undertaken which will show not merely the In crease iu the cost of railway haul In the manufacture of of but will go into actual cost of the laborand raw materials in theae articles with a view to proving that while railway rates have increased possibly thirty per since the war while railway costs of opera tion have increased by a larger per manufacturers have actual ly Increased their rate of profit out of all proportion to the actual in crease In their cost of Tho war board gives the following list Boots and shoes have risen In price since the war began 100 per beef 35 per clothing 50 per coal 100 per cordwood 100 per flour 90 per gas Noted Italian Violinist Coming Vincehzo Guliotta Heads on Second Day at Chautauqua The Guliotta Trio ranks very nenr the ton of nil Chnutnuqiia musical both in Its musical excellence and its ability to meet the demands of Chnutauqun Vlneenfco wellknown Italian concert heads the com He is distinguished alike for the firm delicacy of his touch and the brilliance and velocity of his Until theVhnrraing wife of Vlncenzo Is not only n woman of charming but also a pianist nnd accompanist who possesses n rare ability to understand every chance of interpretative Martha soprano has a voice of unusual range uiiii Lethbridge Chautauqua August 12th to 17th inclusive SIX JOYOUS DAYS A Limited Number of Season Tickets are on sale by the com mittee until noon of the opening day at War tax After that time they advance to They are transferable only within the owners immediate Single Admissions to the various sessions amount to nearly three times Iht cost of a season Even though you attend but a few ft is economy to buy a season Childrens single admissions approximately half Write or see Sherlock the military court today David claimed to be a Finnish Informed the court that he secur ed papers which were to give him protection against military ser vice from the Swedish consul at Calgary for Asked how he came to get the papers Kao said he heard that the consul would give any one papers for and therefore took advan tage of the He simply went before that official and swore ho was Finnish subject after which he paid the money and the document was handed over Kato further volunteered the Information that he had been In the Canadian army four but that the said Swedish consul got him out by stating he was a Fin lander and a married olfne 100 per hardware 100 per pork 75 per sugar 80 per and tobacco ijO per The roads are now paying a 100 per higher 210 per more for 110 por for cast 200 per for malleable cast 100 per for 157 per for iron and steel 150 per for 80 per for 100 per for pine and 130 per cent for oil and fuel 32 per for oil fuel at 30 per for 125 per for steel 100 per for clean Ing 200 per for lubricat ing and 90 per for cast Iron CROWS NEST COAL WILL DECLARE DIVIDEND WHEAT WILL BE PER A special dispatch to the Manitoba Free Press from Its ntnff dent at Ottawa tonight says A ndW price for the coining wheat crop is to be fixed on August 20 board of grain The now price will bo in excess of that for last years crop by ap proximately amount of the increased freight rate of six cents per hundred on or about Hirer emits per In other words it Is an ticipated that the new price be fr v a no offi cial statement has yet been it Is understood that the Crows Nest Pass Coal Company will shortly de clare a dividend of 1 12 per It Is probable that payment will be made about the end of In spite of the labor which were thought to have been settled some moirths the company still has Its difficulties on account of the Interference of certain These it is are to some at of the They have taken refuge in after having been driven out from parts of the United THE ARCHBISHOP OF YORKS TRIBUTE TO CANADA The Archbishop of York in a cim munication to the Canadian Associat ed says When I crossed the undefended border between the United States and I passed from a country where the war was still a new enterprise calling fqr new en thusiasm and effort to a country where the war meant nearly four years of strain and Yet found the spirit of Canada everywhere and determined tocarry It was impossible not to feel the thrill of this spirit in the multitudes who filled Massey in the great body of men in the Russell and in representative gatherings of Canadian clubs in Ot Montreal and I was glad at a meeting of Indies at Mon treal to realize in some measure the noble work which the women of Can ada are doing on behalf of their and brothers at the I felt it to be one of the chief privileges of my life to be able on Canadian soil to express the heartfelt gratitude of the Mother Country for the splendid service which the Canadian Army has rendered the cause of justice and free and to feel the heart of the Can adian people beating with high re solve and unshaken CAUGHT FIRE airplane from Love PieM caught fire in the ail near here The who has not yet been leaped from the airplane after being badly burned and was killed by the fall AcetyleneWelding Do you know that the GRAHAM MOTOR can weld your broken auto and make them as strong as new ones Not only can they weld auto but all kinds of farm AN EXPERT IN CHARGE OF LIME OP Manager OVER SUBSCRIBED August mentary reports from the New Found land first Victory Loan campaign for showed a total of an over subscription of 75 per CLOSE EATING various of fnses against the food regula tlons the Canada food board has ordered the closing of eleven Montreal public eating for periods ranging from three to fifteen NORWEGIAN SUNK August Norwegian I brig Alkher of was sunk off the coast of Norway on Wednesday by a German says a dispatch from Christlunln to the Central News The Hermans carried off all I ho provisions and Instruments before sluicing the The crew was BRITISH LOANS TO ALLIES amount that I had been loaned to Russia was Uonar Law announced while to France had been jlent to Italy and to Bel 1 Greece and smaller nations Students on the College particularly those who have had experience in should plan their vacations this year helping witB the Things are BO serious this year that they can well forego their usual well earned though It to aid in the gav i Ing of the Additional Sport CANS BETTER THAN Veteran Trainer Says Negro Boxer Was In Class by The question to the relative merits of Joe Gann and nonny Leon ard frequently hut as the negro champion had passed on be fore Leonard it Is diffi cult to get any ground Tor compari Adherents of lie boxers are profuse with and the latest pronouncement cornea from Kid who was connected with Cans training staff in the days of the black champions North recent ly was asked what chance Leonard would have with Jans In his best Not a chance In the he Of course I have to base this statement on what I saw of Leonard and I realize it not a fail But heres the way I figure it When Joe Gnns was at the top of his form there was talk of match ing the lightweight champion with Stanley was a middle Have you aver heard any talk of matching Leonard with the present most of whom dont come close to Ketchel I should pause to remark that you Theres my answer to the talk about comparing the two And understand I dont want to knock Benny Hee a fine boy and a wonderful So far as Leonard and Cans are it would seem that the negro vanquished a hnrder field than Leonard has to Vet Benny plenty of time in which to show that he is the greatest lightweight cham pion in CANADIAN GOLFERS IN Approximately 3500 Are Fighting the Approximately 500 members of golf clubs in the dominion of Canada have of whom over 200 have paid the supreme There are several clubs with the proud record of over one hundred members in First on the list comes the Royal Ottawa of with a total of of whom Ifi have been killed Bea has sent three killed The Royal nine of whom have gone Then theres the Toronto Golf with 101 members at the front An drews Golf club at 98 Nor wood Golf club at Winnipeg and others all the way down the GRASS AND BEEF ARE SURE MONEY 9 Reports from different parts of the district indicate that some farmers are cutting their grain fields in the belief as a result of frost damage on Tuesday it will be more valu able for hay than as In view of the pasture and hay shortage in the It is more than likely that wheat cut as hay will be almost as profitable as if it had produced a crop of There is every evidence of a sufficient demand to absorb the whole This will mean thousands of tons of good hay avail able for stock Although the loss of a considerable portion of the grain crop is a serious it disposes of any danger to the live stock of the For several weeks past there has been a tendency reported in the south to sacrifice live stock be cause of shortage of feed and That should not occur and will not so soon as the conditions are thor oughly understood and the balance ad Panic is the greatest enemy of suc At one stage the southern peo ple were stock be cause of feed At another stage the people of the north are apt to sacrifice their grain In the belief that it has been entirely While no doubt the cutting of some grain fields today la justified by the it It IB not wise to conclude that the con ditions in all localities are the same and farmers would be well advised not to be too hasty in coming to conclus The situation In the north swings around to the same point at which it stood during BO many years in the earlier settlement of the The man who has a bunch of cows can look fate in the face under all circumstances without batting an while the man without the cows is taking Sometimes the wheat farmer made a and sometimes the killing got There is always grass for Beef and dairy pro ducts always find a sure For tunately the amount of live stock in the country Is such that the partial loss of the wheat crop does not amount to more than a failure to realize on great Btoek production has been stimulated by the tame cause that has put a crimp in won ton CHAUTAUP SITE Now Goes To Sixth Other Kite is Too Noisy The site for bis Ciiauhiiiqiia tout in Lethhrlilgo has brcii The sltn felecled on Tlilnl avenue opposite the Ford but it having been hniirrhl to tin atten tion of the committee that Hie switch engine and street make this thoroughfare very noisy a change of site wua to be and the old high school on Sixth avenue near Thir teenth has been The reason for not having the closer to the centre of the city is the fire limits exclude The now site la a fairly central and no doubt will prove A block of will he held as re served seats in the which will seat over MOD all Those who de sire reserved scats may have their tickets marked resolve for an extra by having their regular season tickets thus marked by There will be no particular seat re merely a block reserved from which those who hold reserved mark ed tickets may select a PEACE of delegate to the con headed a peace deputation which waited on Colonel Pid of and Delegate Max well of at the Carls Rite Hotel this when after a threehour discussion the delegate who from the convention agreed to reopen diplomatic relations with the Dominion A statement embodying the conditions on which they are prepared to resume attendance at the convention was drawn up and came before the con vention this AT the morn ing session Comrade Whittaker of Vancouver introduced a resolution to hold the next convention of the in There was no op position although a Victoria comrade put in a bid for his NIOLERANCE AI Griffiths latest ijreat spec one of the cur rent seasons biggest hits in New Pitts San Francisco and Los will be offered at the Majestic tonight and twice on It is said to be the most magnifi cent production of all Grif fith gives visual presentation of four different Babylon in the days of Judea at the time of the Mediaeval France when Catherine do Medici dic tated to her son Charles and the throughout them all he sustains most interestingly the mo TONIGHT AND SATURDAY PARAMOUNT PICTURES PRESENT Wallace Reid IN RIMROCK JONES ALSO FATTY ARBUCKLE IN HIS WEDDING NIGHT or I ho struggle throughout the PoflslbJy most stupendous mag nificent nro those rep resenting Holshazzars disclose a panoramic view of ovor a mile of world splendors and architec tural wonders against which diaphnn nusly aiMlrcd women nnd pictures quely clad men Htand in storo scoplc AT STARLANTJ FAMOUS AUTHOR FOR LATEST WALLACE REID PICTURE Dane author of Rimroek which Is Wallace Reids new Paramount Is one of licsi known authorities on western life and has written about a dozen nil dealing with the western Rimroek Jones Is A story oC an Arizona minor and la founded on a real incident which camo to Coolidges attention while he In state gathering material fnr and The cast In eludes Ann Ernest Charles iuy Oliver and Edna Mae and the production was dir ected by Donald Rimrock Jones is to appear at Starland Friday nnd War wicks Famous for Harmony Opening Chautauqua Attraction Brings Two II Programs of Splendid Music 11 i i 11 II The Warwick which comes to Clinutauqua on the opening has been given this place of prominence because of sheer Four young filled with life and brimming over with constitute this splendid For several seasons they have been singing together and their record is one of continuous They sing all manner of songs und sing them Their programs color and featuring instrumental readings and No matter what sort of music you find something to please and delight you In these two programs by the At the Majestic Friday and Saturday this 1 TWICE SATURDAY AT AND ti me CA NIGHTS 25c SATURDAY MATINEE SEATS NOW ON BOX OFFICE AT ;