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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 6, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta TUKSDAY, AUGUST 0, 1018 Tlllv -CTIfBKinGK DAILY IIKRAU) ,PAC.E SEVEN ABIGKIIY IjtiTniorctl Embargo on Coal Shipments Haas Not Yet Af- fected Them That some of the COA! mines in' Hie northern parl of-the province are cow taking short lime on account of con- gestion .In tho coal trade Is informa- tion gathered by the Herald, today from reliable sources. The recent mix- up in orders governing Iho amount of v.S. anthracite available Is partly the 3 no a while Hie general antipathy on tho part of HO many Manitoba people to Alberta coal in general la another. A special dispatch from Winnipeg lo the Calgary "Canadian" gives ano ther probable reason. It saye. "Tho embargo on shipments from BO me Alberta points to Winnipeg may be the results of efforts-on the part of Winnipeg coal distributors to build up a surpln; of. Alberta coal against contingencies. ,'Coal has been piling up so rapidly that facilities havo be conio Smir tracks are cou fjestcd, and demurrage' -charges or cars'are mounting seriously. "U was announced yesterday ,tha Eome o[ the dealers' liavu been notl fied are able to pro vide faster unloading arranudrnqnts, a least one of the railroad companies ivill declare an embargo on shipments It is declared that the cost of handling coal at this end of tho Journey has many cases gone to or per car The average carload Is' Ilxed at tons." Here Working. So far none of the coalmines in Hi Niavsr bigamy, Canadian wlyh-1 man will, lit-fdro marryiug soldiers, iaierilay awarded thp I'anaila to spparaihm. I ask for ihv production of Ihe coin-. and foundry Company, limited, I we "inlerstauJ must apply tu ilitir .hi) Recording and Computing Ms- vUIted t-ouiiivru Alberta yesterday doing io large pastures in IULUIV ili.-trku At U'thbridgea smart luH IKUIT'I rain fell about 4.30, tbe in'.'i'ijiituiiou rev- orilod beiug .05 Hu-h Word from sowh o( the city is It ruim-1 Tor several hours at v h'lo at Milk Itlver raiu fell heavily from 11 a.m. till Z p.m. Tho rain IS altogether loo late to do any good except io vt-ry late grain. but It will work wvnOorjt in The nmt- Itr of fah pasture riingea. TJila Is cspeHally true uwinj; to the fact that large numbers of sborp huve been moved to Oi.-irluts north unil In the footbllls. ?u thai Hie la grass will have a to make a good growth before the .stork are ship- ped back to their home ]iastures. Reports from far mm wlm sowed la'o ,oate are that many pur is of ihe fields which did not K-rjuinate until tho rain during fair wuck are MOW growing rapidly and mudi feed will result Are Waiting For the New Crop To Come in For New Supply "v (iKTS YEHD1CT the action'to be taken against raem- foruiaii'ju. Arrangements have wo understand must commauding officer. Tor after Company. a verdlci ut suldli-r's intended wife is or Rood with Interest againaf tin? Ameri- and worthy of ihe allowance rau Car Comitany. on for the Imperial -or aud whether suldter is uuuKirrlel. The OouinJumliuK officer now furnijhtfj Um certificate covering ilie ahos'e tn- ullU i-ertificule, t-r. Kegiitrur-deneral Is ing, and in rvery case where a soldier 10 la mairleU in the registry for the ceremony to is nui issued until Hie is saiisficil that the soldier is not u married maa. If yoii see your friend coming fro the poBl offlco any Hue during th neiL few days with a wry look on b ask Questions, Ho have just received his 1513 tai hotlc and will want away to a (julet spot and' think It over. The' whole Staff Ot the assessment department is working this week trying- to- Rot the tax notices Into the Thousands of letters are_. being sent out dally, and tljoy are going to all parts of the world, hi- iltca'tlve of. the large and scattered ownership of property. The mttl rate this year doesn't read liko good news, being 34.6 while on top U iho government tax of one mill for patriotic filad anil gen- eral rovenuc purposes. And while all this is going1 DQ Mayor Hardic rtrc'scrvea a aphynx-llkc alienee. Ho has nothing whatever'lo say auout a yery important Paris, re TiiarkS greeted tho firat .explosion of the German long range ahdlling En Ihe Paris region today, because a resump- tion of the borohardmcnt at this time >-as exactly what Ihe population pe'cted q'l the Qermana, Rxrrcssfona of raRO and liopp for revenge noon were heard, however! when Jt became known (hut some where In the vicinity of Paris women and children nad been murdered wan- tonly'by the German shells. Henewal bombardment haa further strengthened the resolution of Paris Lo see thai the war la carried on until German militarism lias fallen; IJoth Wanted lo Start Drive and Both Have Met Defeat Paris. Aug. between the O'ermnn Crown Prince and Crown Prince Rtipprecht had Its effect on the German hfgh command In' beginning the present offensive letween Soissons and Rhelms which, Already has turned Into a defeat for the armies command- ed by the helf to Iho Prussian throne. The German Crown Prince, accord- ing to reports, strongly desired that hts armies should have the" honor of striking tho first blow In the offensive Of' 19'tS. is believed 16 havo lerit a favorable ?ar to the wish- es of his son indications were that Ilia, German Crown Princa "would have another chance to redeem his great failure'at Verdun. Crown Prince Riipprecht of Bav- ria, wbose cooimand Is-on ihe nor- hern end of'lhe battlellne, however, aid hla caso directly before tho high o'miuand Instead, of. before em- eror. As a niLlliary' preparation it was Ihe view of General Ludendorff nd his afisoctates that the blow should be struck In the north and without aklng into li- ne between crown princes tbe decided to attack in the lorth. The emperor is-said io have ssentcd rather reluctantly! vrhlto the German Crown Prince irinlnlained that ho main drive should mada far- her south. -_ Decision having the big offensive openeci in .the north In VIarch and was given a double check Irst cast of Amiens east of Hazebrouck. The failure gave the Crown Prince strong support for hts pleas thai the be made against the French-lines and appar- ently the high command gave Its con- sent. Rupprecht nas'.'heen .compelled to send divlaitns to [he aid of the Ger- man Crown Prince, thus probably ad- ding to Ihe bitterness of the pill of defeat which the .-German Crown ?rtncd fa now haylDg forced upon him by General Foch. Local mills aro practically shut down so far as the grinding of {tour is concerned. They are waiting for the new crop whti-U Is expected to be on Ibe market in another three weeks or so. In the mean if me they are grinding some which now forma a pan of the standard flour out of which Victory bread is manufactur- ed, hut the plants aro practically idle. 11 is understood that an effort will be made lo brine rorn Into Southern Alberta, and this will be used for j stock feed and Hilso for corn flour lo be mixed with wheat flour to obtain substitute required by the tooil lows. D. B. Harris of Ihe United Grain-Producers Is leaving tonight for Winnipeg lo interview food control ftuthorllles for the purpose of arrang- ing for thn importation of corn, Dur- ing the fall ol 1914 and the spring of 1915 several cars of corn were brought Jn to reHere the feed shortage, and it was v found a very acceptable sub- stitute for oats which were then very scarce. HOLLAND AND HUNS REACH AtillKE.MENT Airipterdani, Aug. conclu- sion of aa- agreeineni rutauve (o'tlic Kranting of safo combm by dermany for Dalch ahlpptng to SvntnHttavlan countries is now assured, according lo the llanilelablat. Cermnny will re- cognize Ihe Netherlands overseas trust as consignees ami iliu trust will recognize the Gorman, as well as tho black list. The Hmc-h gov- ernme'iit" given the departure, of 40 now- J> at Hollerdani loaded v.itli cjirgoea Scandinavian ports, ;iccurding tu the Ottawa. Aug. granting of per mils for ihe free grazing privileges for reindeer ou an area of approxi- mately square nillc-s hi 'the northern part of Manitoba ami a part of the northU'ost territories, is under I con K Herat I on by ilje government, ac- cording to the latest issue of the Can- ada OajeLto. j ft la pointed out by the minister (hat tbe .in'truduel Ion of reindeer Alaska by the United has ic- eiilled In an atsurod food supply for the natives and efficient mea'ns of trftnaporfatlon nnd that with En rcnoi.t years a considerable quantity oi deer meat, has been available (or ex- to SnauiP nttier Pacific Coapt poin'o. The northern areas af iho northwest territories, ii is considorcJ, are eiceptionally suitaljlr; for ieln- deer and the minister slates that, ha-' siiles inureaaiug Canada's meat .sup- nly. tbe cultivation of reindeer Imnis woultl provide a means of tion which would tern! to an effective explorattun of 'inacceFelhlc parts or tho country. TO PREVENT BIGAMY r.omJonf July policy has now been settled and'approvd by the Minister O.M.F.C. govemlng LEMON JUICE; TAKES OFF TAN GiMsl Make bleaching lotion if skin is sunburned, tanned or freckled Squeeze thd Juice of two lemons inl there's notbing that queer .11 Three cheora mo, lor 1 ain the good old Home if Spirit. V ;