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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 8, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOUR IHE DAILY HKRAUr THimSDAV, AUGUST "feetalb e, alberta DAILY AND WMKLY Pnprletori ;nd LETHBR1DGE KERALO'PRtNT- ING COMPANY, LIKlTiO Ml 6th Soutfv W. A. Buohinan Pwtldent and Managing Director f......... --U51 Sdrior'aJ Offlct Ratul 'Dairy, week' Afr Dally, delivered.', per year 15.W njatl, rer year ......M-W jWwtlr. by yeir .....11.H by iiall. per year to TJ.EL.H.M. of of dally on addreu label Accept- VIA PANAMA CANAL, vsi bil--of news.drifted over the wires Itje other .day which, iu comparison the 'big war news of the reeeired But- little attention. It was (o tho- effect'that the 'trial shipment ol from Vancouver to Liverpool -Panama Cana} hail stood the excellent eondilioa, and cone of feared from the OF THE UtAR The British., and French, to-operal- Jng, have commenced a r.ew offensive southeast.ot Amiens, presumably for the purpose of wiping out German po- sitions between Amiens anfa Mont Di- dler, which have been threatening the big 'allied centre of Amiens since the German spring offensive that came so, near to capturing the city. Tho Americans, who crossed the Vesle In force yesterday, are holding their successfully. la Siberia, allied forces have land- ed at Archangel and Vladivostok, And military and political activities are awakening. shall be free of all income lases now imposed or that hereinafter be im- posed or the Act ol Congress. 'And we- ruiVe this sppeM' in iud firm conviction of tae sense of Jus- ties !hat Congress ia tba impqsltloa of taxes, and believing ilat our patriotism will not be ijues- Uoned or our motives misunderstood." ...The above will Interest many Am- ericans residing In Southern Alberta. especially since the proposed peualtr for the non-payment uf the -I'.S. lax ot citizenship, cooipulsory pay- mentvof'tho tax flee "of Inp non-payers ever return -to the .Vnite'd States. VVHY.NOTSET BREAD PRICES TOO? YVhea the government set the price of wheat and'fixed a slandaj-d of flour iho nalurar expectation was the price of bread would become a fixed factor in thacoEl of living. It appears pow, however, that this is not so. The 'recent government order requiring the use of substitutes.-made from cereals on which the price Is not fined, has resulted locally in an increase in the) price of bread by 10 per cent It would be impossible to say with- out careful investigation that the new not in keeping, with the costs entering into the manufacture, but It does seem absurd thai the price offbeat and the standard of Ingre- 'dlehts in be fired with- out the price being fixed. Why not carry the process to its logical conclusion? Evsry'one would be better eatlstied U this were done. Just what this will, mean to tho shipment ot wheat from the prairie west-It-is hard as yel to-decide. But there ate indications that it will have a far-reaching effect on the routes. For one Ihine, given equitable freight rates, there Is an Incentive to ship from Pacific Coast ports owing to the fact that they are year-round and this would do away with the inevitable rush which attends the movement of. the Western Canada wheat crop each year before of navigation on the Great Lakes. This would tend to set up a more even trend of business over the whole year in Western Canada and Also relieve our transportation facilities of the necessity ot .being pre- pared with rolling stock itoxhandle the peak load develops in'tho west every failedurin'g the movement of wheat and coal in an easterly direc- tion.- SHOULD ADVERTISE MERITS OF OUR COAL. 'WIthoat "knocking" any other coa] produced jn Alberta', bs- would be good business for the cu> oi Lethbridge and tho mining concerns In this district to Issue a statement in pamphlet or other form setting; forth the superiority ot lump coal produced In this field in storing qualities. It 13 very evident from the opinions of Alberta coal expressed in tbe.Mani- toba Press' that Manilobans have little conception of the qualities of the coal from the Lethbridge Held as compared wilh the Pennsylvania .coal they havo bsett accustomed -to ise. con- coal as- Alberta coal; and place all Alberta coal on par though tltflreMjra wrdirdifference Iu the.qual- ity The time is coming soon when coal will compete on the Utcltoba market wllh coat from the northern part of the province, and thing that can bs done to popularize tha Loth-bridge coa! and differentiate it from poorer coals mined in the reflect In Ihe greater busi- ness which will come to the mines of this district another year. The oppor- tunity Is one we should not overlooK. AMERICA'NS IN CANADA AND THE U.S. INCOME TAX. Tho fact that Americans resident In Canada are'liable to the U.S. income tai as well as ta the Canadian Income tax las caused a lot ot discussion and Borne criticism in Ibo past year. Now we llnd a number ol leading Ameri- cans icslding in Toronto, taking an HC- tive stand bgalntt the double tai with lhe mult that lhe following appeal Is being forwarded to congress: tailed States ne Can- residing in the United States lax (the the Canadlari residing in Canada pays one tax (lhe but the American tending In Canada pays two taxes, tamely, lha American and tho Cana- "We therefore appeal lo Iho Con- gross of the United States and the and Means. Committee of the Home ot Representatives to adjust, by action of Congress, Ihese Inequall ties and to relieve us'of.-the Bcvero dill but intolerable byrden' ol Income taxation, only Income as h'dlrectljr earned in the Unlled States by1; Ataerican -citizens In Canada shall Ao fublect.16 any I now- itn- foied or (hat nay be hereinafter Im- posed by tho Act of all earctd In Ihe Dominion of Ida by cltljena of the Unlled ik the So far as is concerned, it is'hard as yet lo tell what the ef- fect .would be, H Is likely, however, that this city would bb the funnel through which- much ot the wheat grown in Southern Saskatchewan and all grown.in Southern Alberta would 'its way. Into the mountains on the way to the coast, Crow route has been 'established as the best freight-grade to the coast, and Letb- bridge would naturally feel a good ef- fect from the movement of prairie wheat through- the mountains' to the hew outlets at Vancouver, Seattle and Portland. And- with the establishment of wheat exporting .ports on the- Pacific Coast il not be long until there Tvould biiestaWlEhed there large Job-. bins concerns Imposing from -the countries to. which oar wheat coutd be shipped. iThese in turn will look to Lethbridge as a distributing centre on this side of the. mountains. 'Jhus we will groir closer in touch wtih the big Importing jobbers than we now are and "IJethbridge as a distributing centre will grow In Importance. Good Exhibits Directors Are Live Bunch Winners (Epedtl'to the HtraW) Retlaw, August. second an- nual fair of the Retlaw Agricultural Society was held on Saturday, and con- was quite as good as last year's fair in most re- spects. There was a large attend- ance, about a thousand people crowd- Ing., the grounds during the day and thoroughly enjoying the various Taber band supplied ex- cellent music during the day; The dlr- e'clofs of havi; reawn-lo' be proud of their, eltorts, for they have succeeded in establishing a real live annual exhibition for lhe Retlaw dis- trict. Good ExhlbiU. There Were some Very fine horses and cattle exhibited, and aho some good exhibits In other lines. The Aed Cross work .contest was particularly Interesting, and shows that the ladles of Ihls district are well uo In front-In this good wbrx. The Wlnnert- The chief winners In the various prize list classes were as follows: P. Hempei, John IJalley, J. H DiHfield, A. P. Hem- pel. Special In both- horses and cattle won.b'y A. P. llempel.. R Hempei.' A. JtcKellar, Taber, John C. Beatlle, Jas. Threshed H. DuWcia, A, P. W. Johnston Domestic .Mrs Fred Hastings.. K. Davlcs, John Harvie, nnd Mri. floaliro. Red Cross Mrs J H. Dutlield, collection Fled Cross lictlaiv. Women's loslltute. f -lliero lht? 17 1 PASSING ._ James UrigUl, of Inaorklp, fined and costs for bavin? ladueuceJ sou, Horner, not to register. j "About wore twos have been received lu Medicino Hat to date than period last year.'. tJonald Gray, a farmer la the Asslni- bpino-valley, 'esppcu to commence cutting wheat next.Vtidav. John S, Mcckie.'a, returned solJter on (be olflce staff of -Jbe coal miss ion, drojipod gcnd at his In TorontOj Ferry Superintendent Edmonfl. ol Vancbuveir lias i-05'ivion, oMectUig.to the level- led" at liiru by Alderniart Barclay. Rollan' Marpblldoa, aged fourteen, son of Alfred Marchildon, District Magistrate; and >cn Qt Nap In the Si: Lawrence1 lllver. The Federal minister has appealed to tho people of Australia to do-their utmost to win the'war. A .'King's men' movement has been.Inaugurated with the object-ol combatting pacifism. Britlea ani American capitalists aro asking the repeal of an oriler-iu- Council passed oa the 17Ui March, 1917, giving extreme powers hof expro- priation, with possibly a minimum ot compensation to the governmeot, The sDrlousness of, Toronto's ing probleut Is indicated by tha state- ment mado to the newspapers by May. or Church, who thinks that the solution possible is n genera! Uon of by-laws all over the city to en- courage bunding. The fanaeri of the Ijnitfid have been allowing iu real money -to escape from1 pockets each year because of their poor roads, according tol'thel testimony .ol Manitoba expects.to export butler to tha .value of over thjs year. When it Is that! up very few yeam ago U ,was" necessary for thia pforince, to Import butter for Its home needs, the grpwlh of the dairy industry .Ihere-Js remarkable. Ireue Leverton, of the postoffice staff at Tfmmfns, aged seTcnteen, was murdered in the reception room of the Hotel .Gpldfields by an Italian, Bella .p c d I wlio had persisted in courting her and he then shot himself'talallv.. ,Notice was served on tjtiket scalp- ers by tha Railroad' Ailministratipn in Washington to quit buslnessvnt once, under threat of prosecution. An effort wilirbe made lo slop the cut-rate sale oC passenger au- thorized ticket .through charges of consplracy.- A cash collection of taken up is. the church was the.striking feature of the commemorative service at St. Albany pro-catliedral Albert on Iho occasion of anniver- sary of the consecration pt'thp Bishop of Saskatchewan, Hight-'Kevl J.' A' Newnham. T Mrs. Hnbert Dale, ol Orangeville, while hanging out clolhsa last had ivhat'she calls a presentiment that her baby was in danger. She hurried Into .the house to find "that'the tod- dler bad fallen Into a.tub of water and was in Imminent danger: Under charter lo the Can ad a Ing Company, the. five-roasted auxi- liary schooner MalahatrCaptain llqr- rison, has put to sea, en rbulo to Iq- tilque, Chile, wilh'oveV ISbO.OOO feet ol lumber loaded at Victoria and Che- Rev. J. Fpntaaa, pa.slor'bf-the GeV- man.Evangelical Chnrch of Bismarck, N.D.. was found guilty ol sedition- by a jury in federal court. Rev. Fo'nlaaa was charged with attempting to hin- der the ?ale of Lihertivbonds'ami the memheffi of his congregation. An Interesting connection with lhe CMneae FrcsbyteriSn inis- sion in Vancouver the send- ing a clever young Chinaman', to -.Canlon, In lo iiludy-Ql the theological 'seminaf'y mlnlr try among his own ,t'' Apparently 'demented', by Arje tear thai he .'would b9 drafted tho army the Military Bervfce Act, fsadore of-, tiltawa, at- tempted to commit, sqiclde by drink- Ing a quantity of liquid whch" ho found In a labelled -..'.p. cp.r ferry 'Cahora, which was MiHt '.i't Qucliec aAil was bbokcrl to sail for Vancouver in a -few days, waa lanini.c.d: thla -.week ny an ocean liner her, pjprt bow damaged aljoyc, the .water 'line. She will tfltely have-to go'Inld th'e dry d'ock for repairs.' Of 215 poEITtg ;by tho Canadian N'oiUcra, .froni lhe three prairie' !2L 'show conditions a're "fa'vo'fable and 2S while '13 lodlcalc a need ol rain. Kortf-foaV rnenliiin frosl anil five announce ellfht (inmate from hail. While Charlie Chaplin Have been born In Spain, aa writers'of that registra- tion certificates is supporlng- evl- rtcnce, he was fire heard of, In the old.Ixjndon pre-war da'yg as a t arib wllh ah Instinct for mlm- who One mUUou dollars has been set as the atfbuut "Sailor's WeeV Iu September for Ontario to ratae. ive-yearaU Alfred Barber, S3 Has- au street, died'from Urinktag poison used to dlstatecl his hnine. Fele Lucul, laborer, [ell 'oft a train [n tho C.H.R. yards it Moose Jaw and bad bis head severed from bis body. John Alexander, an enslave, who escaped to Canada more than sixty years ago died at Saudwlcli East aj the age of a hundred and ten years. The equipment for postal delivery has arrived In Woodstock but no.word as to the date ot starling has been De- ceived by Postmaster Kiukle. Two prisoners liave escaped from the Morrisse-y Internment Camp In the last It is thought that-they have .Kono over Into the t'lathead valley. Gc-carta and perambulators are of- ten the cause, ot-feehle-ralndedness In small children, according to Dr. Ray- mond W. Bailey, ot Philadelphia, in iyi address before the National Osleo- pathic convention at Boston. Representative James II. Davidson, ot Oshkosh, Wls., died of ht-arl dis- ease at.WashlnEton. Ho was n inonV ber ot (ha military, commute o of. the house, was GO years oil and was serv- ing his ninth term in congress. Peter Thompson, a Jaimer ot forty years of age, living near Bassano, was acldentally drowned last Friday af- ternoon in Berry ,Crcek, north o! Ste- rerlHe.'whllst lathlnj. For having on fiand more flour than food administration orders permit, tho HorllcS Mailed Milk company has contributed worth of its pro- ducts to theiarray andSiavy. J. Alfred Mercier, civil service em- ploys of an action for libel against La ot Montreal.- The CE'S? arises' trpm a press report from Quebec about the' Military Ser- vice Act' troubles W that ctty. Pte. H. J. Lotzegus, who has not been heard of since last February when lie was given of absence, has'given himself up to the military authorities in Kincardine, Out.; having heen hutlrig iri'a swamp since that time. New resubtfdns11for tho sale of cheese were announced by. the U.S. food requires thai all ..without, regard to the mark.el or reblacemer.t'value and only bn the basis "it actual cost pride plus a reasonaBle profit. now holds the continental re- cord for speed in'wobden' shipbuilding, the War Seneca having had its dock steam trial at (Jueh'es 48 days after its 'launching, sii days-better than1 the best record in' the United States so far. At Chatham, -William Williams, an employe of the Wheatly saw mill, was tho victim ot an accident -while oper- band saw. A splinter was hnrl- .ed from the saw and striking him in the abdomen, passed'nearly through him. Thirty-four persons aro officially re- ported injured and'are subject to med- ical treatment following a street riot In Toronto in which civil police and a mob conjposfcd'of civilians and returned soldiers participated. A monster sturgeon, weighing 1S5 pounds and containing forty-eight and a half pounds ot caviaiyvas caught in the river at Sarnia. This Is tho largest sturgeon takea from the Tra'tera near here In several years. The fisb is worth about The report of tho Saskatchewan de- pariment of agriculture says that crop prospects are much brighter al pres- ent than they have been for some time pant iiiruuEuuui lim prorlr.CG ot Sask- atchewan. Charles Glodl, a conscientious .ob- jector has been sentenced to 20 year's' hard labor at Fort Olodl, a national army draftee from Brooklyn, refused to obey orders, It waa stated. The majority pf tha' Americans taken prisoner by tho Germans arc Quartered in the Hbinc cities of Darm- stadt, KarJarnlie and Clessen. Allied airmen, who bomb'these .cities cheered by the the ad- vices stated. ot .wives and chil- dren who have been In England for some lime have returned to Calgary. The party Includes, 104 women and children with homes west of Winnipeg %ad probably half thai number reach- ed Calgary. mills have been Haled as an essential Industry. This action waa taken on the uuderalnnd.lng that (he greatest poe-giliio bo exor- cised In the 'use of paper and that newspapers reduce Ihelr consumption of newsprint IS per cent, on daily edi- tions and 20 per cent.'on 'Sunday edi- tions. Feed shortage Is'not -confined to the Prairie Provinces, In the Traser Ilfvor Valley of British Columbia, ac- cording iu Tim Vanc'ouvor world, Iho nrobabiHlica are thai large numbers of dairy cattle, will b.o slaughtered In the next few months Owing to lack ot feed. Not since the -disastrous year of 1911 -have pastures been poor or prospects for feed so gloomy. Lartncr condcnsjlT.'W'l? tempor- arily closed down snd la nbV rannlng helow capacity as a result of'reiitic- tion In the milk E many's attlluile depleted .by Van Dyks's Burglar and IM House- and ke thanked Cvod that when Belgium vraj plundered and