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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 6, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta AUGUST TUP wKTUBniDGE DAILY PAGE SEVEN A BIG CAPACITY Ftrniored Embargo on Coal Shipments Haas Not Yet Af fected Them That some of the coal mines In the northern part of the province are now taking short tlmo on account of con gestion In the coal trade Is Informa tion gathered by the Herald today from reliable The recent mix up In orders governing tho amount of anthracite available Is partly the whilu the general antipathy on tho part of so many Manitoba people to Alberta coal In general la A special dispatch from Winnipeg to the Calgary Canadian gives ano ther probable The embargo on shipments from some Alberta points to AVInnipeg may bo the results of efforts on the part of Winnipeg coal distributors to build up a surplus of Alberta coal against Coal has been piling wp so rapidly that facilities have be come Spur tracks are con and demurrage charges on cars are mounting II was announced yesterday that some of the dealers have been noti fied unless they are able to pro vide faster unloading at least one of tho railroad companies declare an embargo on It Is declared that the cost of handling coal at this end of tho journey has In many cases gone to or per The average carload Is fixed at 32 Miners Here So far none of the coal mines in the Lethbrldgo district havo been affect and there Is evqry reason to be lieve that the mines here will con tinue to put out all available tonnage until next One cC the difficulties in the distri bution of Alberta coal this year will be the tact that at many points Winni peg grain concerns will not open their and as coal is often handled in connection with elevators at coun try points the system of distribution be One Winnipeg grain in the city today Is responsible lor the statement that his with 60 elevators in the will not open at 32 at all of which they car ried a coal The Chautauqua Wy The Chantnnqua talk will be bnfore you very Yon should road It carefully as It tells you all about the Individual In thin con nection I take pleasure in quoting tho following from a letter addressed to the guarantors by the management ttemomber Canada and the Red Cross havo endorsed Chautauqua this year They need ChaulauquaH therefore when you boost you are helping your government and aiding For Inspiration uid n message from the allied you hiivft Mlnakuchl and For music at Its Hie Oullotto Kstolle Maya and the Hampton Court Singers for lighter mufclc and clean entertain ment Warwick Julius Wollg and the Singing from For thn variously Mln Herbsman and Brlggs Herbsman and Bland attended the re cent International Conference at as accredited dele Educational treats and unusual special features Annie Nayphe and Balmcr A truly remarkable In these thrilling times when we need high and a true knowledge of the new conditions which we no one should fail to nUend even a number of snth patriotic Inspiring pro in siUlllon to the nbovii we will have Caldwell Trefz alone Is worth the prjce of the You cannot afford to this in spiring and I am giving you warning that now Is the time to buy your season Only a few re If you have to pay mora you dhould not blame the c PASTURE LANDS Showers visited rn Albnrtn yesterday doing to rungt pastures in innny At Lfthbridge a smart hilf hnurs ruin full about the prrnpiiuilon rec orded being from south of the city is ilia ii niiiiH for Htverul hours at liiiyniMrl v Milk Ttlver rain fnll II till 2 Tho rain Is altogMlni too lute to do any good except 10 vry lnlr bill It will work wnmliMs in the mat ter of full pasture on This is especially true to tlin fact that large numbers or iiiiili mid shunp have been moved in north and In the in tliat HIM inngp grass will have u to make a good growth before the sinrii sire ship pad buck to their home Reports from 1nrnnMs who sowed late oats are that ninny of tin fields which did not nenninatc untl Jin rain during fair week are now growing rapidly and much feud wil Are Waiting For the New Crop To Come in For New Supply v Both Wanted to Start Drive and Both Have Met Defeat ETS VERDICT ON RUSSIAN CONTRACTS Aug Miysr yeslprday awarded lie Cailailii tul Foundry bo Recording and Computing Mn a vcrdlri or Oil with Interest against I lie Ameri can Car on contracts lor munitions for tho Imperial i the action lo be taken against mom horn of thn Overseas Military of nidged to rommll ted Ciiniullan wish Ing to obtain separation wo understand must apply to tluir commanding for marry us vhither thn Intended wife is of Rood rhnrartei and worthy of the allowance and whether thn soldier Is The commanding officer now furnishes tlin certiflcutn covering the above In formal Arrangements have been made with I lie various church in the Hrltish Islcsi that the officiating clergy man before marrying link for Hie production of the com MoreoV Hi Rnglitriirdeiieral Is coopirat and In every where a soldlor sonks lo be married in the registry perniiHHion for the ceremony to take place is not Issued until the1 Kegistrarftoneral is satisfied that the soldier is not a married QF REINDEER IAX NOTICES If you see your friend coming from the post office any time during the next few days with a wry look on his dont ask He will have just received his 1918 tax notice and will want to go away to a quiet spot and think it The whole staff of the assessment department is working overtime this trying to get the tax notices into the Thousands of letters are being sent out and they are going to all parts of the in dicative of the large and scattered ownership of Lethbridge The mill rate this year doesnt read like good being while on top of this is the government tax of one mill for patriotic fund and gen eral revenue And while all this is going on Mayor Hardie preserves a sphynxlike He has nothing whatever to say about a very important re marks greeted the first explosion of the German long range shelling in The Paris region because a resump tion of the bombardment at this time was exactly what the population ex pected of the Expressions of rage and hope for revenge soon were it became known that some where In the vicinity of Paris women and children had been murdered wan tonly by the German Renewal of the bombardment has further strengthened the resolution of Paris lo see that tho war is carried on until German militarism has LEMON JUICE TAKES OFF TAN Girls Make bleaching lotion if skin is tanned or freckled between the German Crown Prince and Crown Prince Rupprecht had effect on the German high command in beginning the present offensive between Soissons and Rheims already has turned into a defeat for the armies command ed by the heir to the Prussian The German Crown accord ing to strongly desired that his armies should have the honor of striking the first blow In the offensive tof The emperor is believed to have lent a favorable ear to the wish es of his son early indications that the German Crown Prince would have another chance to redeem Uis great failure at Crown Prince Rupprecht of Bav whose command is on the nor thern end of the laid his case directly before the high command instead of before the em As a military preparation It was the view of Ludendorff and his associates that the blow should be struck in the north and without taking into account the personal is sue between the two crown princes the high command decided to attack in the The emperor is said to have assented rather reluctantly while the German Crown Prince maintained that the main drive should be made far ther Decision having been the big offensive opened In the north In March and given a double check first oast of Amiens and second east of The failure gave the Crown Prince strong support for his pleas that the drive should be made against the French lines and appar ently the high command gave its con Rupprecht has been compelled to send divisilns to the aid of the Ger man Crown thus probably ad ding to the bitterness of the pill o defeat which the German Crown Prince Is now having forced upon him by General Local mills aro practically down so far as the grinding of flour Is They are waiting for the new crop which is expected to be on the market in another three weeks or In the meantime they are grinding some 1917 barley which now forms a of the standard flour out of which Victory bread is manufactur but the plants are practically Idle It is understood that an effort will be made to brine corn into Southern and this will be used for stock feed and also for corn flour to be mixed with wheat flour to obtain the proper substitute required by the food Harris of the United Grain Producers is leaving tonight for Winnipeg to interview food control authorities for tho purpose of arrang ing for tliR Importation of Dur ing the fall of 1914 and the spring of 915 Rcveral cars of corn were brought in to relieve the feed and it was found a very acceptable sub stitute for oats which were then very HOLLAND AND HUNS REACH AGREEMENT The conclu sion of air agreement relative lo the granting of safo condun by Germany for Dutch shipping to Scandinavian countries is now according to the Uermauy will re cognize the Netherlands overseas trust consignees and ilutrust will recognize the as well as tho black The Mutch gov ernment given fiennission 1r the of 40 vessels now lying at Rotterdam loaded with cargoes for Scandinavian according to the granting of permits for the free grazing privileges for reindeer on an area of approxi mately sfiuarn miles In tho northern part of Manitoba and a part of the northwest is under coiiHivloration by the ac cording to the latest issue of the Can ada It Is pointed out by the minister that the Introduction of reindeer into Alnaka by the United Status has in sulted In an assured food supply for the natives and menus of transportation and that within years u considerable quantity 01 rein deer meat has been available for ex port to Seattle and other Pacific roust The northern areas of the northwest it are exceptionally suitable for ieln deer and the minister states sldos Increasing Canadas meat sup the cultivation of reindeer horris would provide a means of transporta tion which would tend to an effective exploration of inaccessible parts of the TO PREVENT BIGAMY July definite policy has now been settled and approved by the Minister governing j For Biliousness Biliousness is a common form of It is brought on by foodwaste which the intes tines and bowels fail to If you will a few doses of Beechams when you will soon lie yourself of the relieve sick stimulate the liver and bile and tone the Healthy conditions are quickly reestablished by using Direction of Special to Women arc with Every Prepared only by Thomu Sold everywhere iu Canada and 25 That is Only Way To Beat Ger man Militarism and Bring Peace Squeeze the juice of two lemons into a bottle containing three ounces of Orchard shake and you have a quarter pint of the best sunburn and tan and complex ion at very small Your grocer has tho lemons and any drug store or toilet counter will sup ply three ounces of Orchard While for n few Mussago Ills sweetly fru Kiant lotion Into the arms and hands oath day and aeu how wlndburn und tan dluapptiiu and how soft and vhito the skin Yea U IK I SEED FEED FOR STACK reports coming to the department of agricul ture indicate that damage from frost covers a wide Mwit of nor tuern end of the Including a line east and west of has suffered a small por tion of the wheat and barley will be fit for The district from Pouoka through to iRed escaped pros pretty South of Dldsbury practical ly no damage was There has been considerable moistura falling during the past In the southern part of tho Improving to some extent the feeij How ever conditions throughout this pro vince are dry and many ot the stock men of the Bouth are finding their way north in search of in the form of hay or green Most of the farmers throughout the who have their crops fro are prepared to sell this feed at from seven to nine in the There will ba a very large amount of this green feed Wireless Spencer Church British minister of in a letter defining his Ideas as to the Con ditions upon which the Germans can secure says they are two in A decisive victory for the allies on the battlefield ie the first Churchill and the second is that of their free I will the German people must break with their military The let ter says in part Two separate conditions are re quired of the German they must be decisively beaten in the field by the armies of the This should be an indispensable prelimin ary to a cessation of Sec they should by their own free and spontaneous will or by an act of make a definite break witli the system which has led them to so many fearful and mons trous Not till then should hey be allowed to take their place in he league of nations and be received nto the brotherhood of 3nly in this way can the horrors and calamities of the present time come to an once and for NEW TIRES cost money and even the best of them suffer from punc worn blisters and blow We can save you consider able1 expense In the way of rubber bills if you bring your tire troubles to The practical modern metti ods in Automobile Tire Vulcanizing we make every job entrusted to us durable and lastingly Lethbridge Tire and Repair Station Proprietor ONC MILLED man was another dying and four other persons were injured when a New Jersey and Seashore niallway train struck a gasoline motor truck ou a grado crowing uear hero 305 Sixth Street SERVICE THAT SATISFIES Phone 495 Majl and in Spain over the muzzling of the press to prevent outbreaks of criticism over the sink ing of Spanish ships by German sub has reached a point where it may cause a government In the interior where sab otage and underhanded Liberal press severely criticizes the espionage law on the ground that in the absence of the strong light which the papers throw on Germanys murderous acts against neutral shipping they will continue those acts in greater boldness than GERMANYS HUGE LEVY ON BELGIUM Canadian from Reutars In the of Lord Robert Cecil that the Germans had lev lad war contributions of francs upon be sides enormous placed upon firms and These monstrous he must certainly be Into ac count when peace terms wtnf be ing arranges1 The magnetic North Res Robert Service and Elizabeth Rcbbins have written feelingly of the magnetic charm of this great Not chiefly a land of snow and icebergs and polar But virgin country whose dog fruits and seal modern and vibrant men and women call you to a vacation of unalloyed joy and Go in complete comfort on Canadian Pacific steamship via tho Inside passage to Americas Land of the Midnight ASK OR WRITE FOR RESORT TOUR District High Grade American Dentistry DENTISTRY hns conip to bfi regard ed by serious minded people as a profession ranking cqiinl in import ancB to tliat of medirine In Us relation to human life and human Wo never for an instant forget the hearing which tho work wo do may have on the vvollbeing of tho When you to our offices wr have your com fort and your welfnro at Our work is careful and our mater ials the Crowns that Plates that glvp comfort and last but not least the important fact Dentistry As We Practise It Is a Gentle Richards Nelson High Grade American Dentistry PHONE 363 Ott 4 Doers from Lethbridge Lethbridge ALBERTA CALGARY EIGHTH AVENUE EDMONTON CRI3TALL 1 CONSERVE The Gurney Oxford SENIOR It is important that you conserve food and Save both by Using a Famous GURNEY OXFORD A Big Success RANGE Come in and See the latest Gurney Oxford Coal or write for TAYLOR HARDWARE CO GURNEY OXFORD AGENTS LETHBRIDGE 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 opening day at War tax After that time they advance to They are transferable only within the owners immediate Slnale Admissions to the various sessions amount to nearly three lliies tho iost of a season Kven though you attend but a few it is economy tobuy a season Chlldreui ainglH approximately half Write or see Sherlock BuMdlng The Home Town Spirit Contributed to Dominion Chautauqua Talk by Ned of Life and Judge I put tho pep and ginger In the burg that 1 I try to drive away the 1 see the and grdb 1 pave the steuU and light em up and keep nicely I guard the public budget so the money be I make a large and joyful noise that all world may hoar Please let in troduce am the Home Town I advocate each enterprise to ben ellt the people I build the the water tho smokestack and the The factory andhospital arise at my 1 force the right eous settlement of every public ques The schools and read ing rooms 1 boost by word untl uctiou and drop my money in the hat joy and The best is not too good for this community I live for Im the Home Writ and Im not afraid ot I gladly sign the contract and I hustle like tarnation to bring tho big Chautauqua here with all its in To spread the gladsome news abroad Im tirelass in my I boost the season ticket sale among my friends and I pound my drum and cymbals an4 arouse enthusiasm and drive the pes simistic blues from anyone who lisa Success Is ours its bound to be heres nothing that can queer lit Three cheers for I am h the good uld Home Town H ;