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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 10, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta i PAGE TEN T5IE LETIIBIUDGE DAILY IIERALO SATURDAY, AUGUST 10 1918 R. 0. Dunn's Fore.cast is Optl t mislic For the Autumn f, Business. Xew Vort, Aus.' 10 Dispatches to Hun's Review from branch offices o! R. 0. Dua'snd'Conipiw-'in leading trade centres c( the Dominion of Can report ibat "while warm weather lias somewhat intensified Use usua nild-summer quieting, down ID nuuier oui-llnes at.mostjpolms. high prices and the difficulty of replenishing in? tuppltes of inany. Wnds of mercbr.nii Isc in moat demands resulted in con tervative buying on Ino part ot both and distributors, but a demand for the leading staple ils indicated .anil a brlsi fill more- iient of the principal commodities i eipected.1 Sentiment in the far west and north has been greatly improved b good rains over a large, portion of grain producing districts but raer-l cliants generally aro still disposed to defer tho placing of orders.until crop results are more definitely mown. Business is fairly in seasonable lines at Winnipeg and or- ders at wholesale are weir Ins average tor this period. Qulat condi- tions are the rule at Calgary. Saska- toon Reslna, Moose Jaw and other cities but tbls is ,usual at slowing down is'not any more pronounced tban looked for. The im- proved crop outlook, duo to good rates over eitcnslve territory, his stimu- lated confidence in the future. Gross earnings of all Canadian rail- roads reporting een given optimism, who ive avoided underrating" the him or th'o'forces sent against im. to-day consider.seriously the pos- biUtj- of victorious peace by Chrlst- .a ot 1919. is class who el leva it Kill come during. tke.-wUv or ncit sprins.' But they corras.' ond lo those EhglishX enthuslas'ts ho regularly bet at Chrlslmastlie hat the war will be over at Easter nd at Easter pay their losses, oublo and on .peace at tho next brislmas.' Xo reason ot expediency now sLs for qualifying the admission that merlcau military ant] ftato cs have passed through a ot rava worry during hull ot his year. Ths supreme effort to L lau-power Into Franca was the proof t how America rose to the. demands aat wert made, upon her. The ImpoS' iblo was accomplished and will con K PHONE 1531. G. R. Marnoch Thinks the "Hard Bar- ren Rock" 'Between Sudbury and Winnipeg Not -so Responsible for Mutual Dictruit a: Ihe. Human 'Bone- on Both Sides. (By O. R. Maraoch, Praatdcnt Letli- brtdge Board of Trade, In tbe. Finauclal Times.) "The thing "lhat prevents the East from understanding the West Is tba long stretch oJ barren roci lie- twecn Sudbury and is a remark tnat bas been made .so often tbat we are tired ot hearing" it. .A recent visit to the East, and the ei- perience of meeting ivith inany of "the financial and business men there, as well as many profitable opportunities of looking over some of the agricul- tural Implement factories, steel works, car and locomotive works, forging, shell and cartridge rilnnts, and last, but 7101. leaat, an osiabllsn- ment splendidly, equipped for the man- ufacture of aeroplanes and hydro- planes, causes one to make "the re- mark that It Is not so much the hard rocks that constitute tho barrier be' tween us but ralher our own bone- The first essential making towards solidarity among the citizens of Can- ada Is that there should lo far more personal contact between the people of the Kast and the West. Before we can understand what is In men's bos- oms we must understand something about tbeir business; and tho 'way to begin to do that Is to see the men anil at the game time to see their factories and their workpeople and iieipers. Getting Together Thero are two proposals before us now, both looking towards Iho effect- ing of better' relationships' between the East and, the West Trie one that was first suggested was fbal tbe far mers and .business men of Iho '.West should meet''' the manufacturers In Joint; but in. the meantime tho recentlyi-formed1 Canadian Indus trial Reconstruction Association made thc.suggegtlon that some repre sentatlve'meriifrora the West should make a tour around Ibc producing nm marjufaplorlng plants 1n the tasl of the, Initial dlf faculties In. the llfft.'mcetlng.'ol Ih Joint OoflimlttCD' of Coiiimcrce' nni Agriculture when the farmers (Irs met the. financial -mett'of :oar' .'.'own prairie the suggestion fa submitted that persona acquaintanceships should be made and nerFonal examination of at Icaa some of the big plants before any attempt al a (orrrlal confei entc on ;uch a knotty question as th tariff Is gone on wllb Lethbriage, Qiautauqua All Next Week, August 12 to 17 SIX DAYS OF HIGH GLASS ENTERTAINMENT SPLENDID MUSIC Chicago Ladies' Orchestra, Ethel Lee Daxton, Warwlclc Mate Quar- tet, Gulotla Trio, Hampton Glenn "Welis Entertainers autf The Kaffir Boys Choir, CHICAGO LADIES'ORCHESTRA FealWe Musical Attraction ol- Chautauqua Week .will ,bo 'this splendid Chicago" Organization In two concerts on (ho Fourth Day. A LECTURE STAFF OF PARTICULAR PROMINENCE Meivand women of internaUonal Imponance who will present tho lasQes of today. There's in a E ruction, Inspiration and la this woeV: Ql splendid lectures, PATRIOJISM PARAMOUNT MOTHER GOOSE FESTIVAL FOR THE KIDDIES Junior CLautauqua to lie a joyous week, ending'with a Big the Fifth Night by Mother.Gooso and children.. V Had Narrow e writer bad tha The writer bad tha ikUanlage he fore settling in Western Canada, of 111 ing and doing business la varlou DAILY PROGRAMME Fun, Harmony, Patriotism, One Dozen Good Laughi, Twelve Good Programs, Much BetterThan Last Year. -_ MONDAY- Mother Goose Chautauqua and Onenin Mother Goose Chautauqua and Opening Exercises Announcements..........Superintendent and Concert Warwick Male (Juai AdmfcaTnn SSn Admission PatrlpHc'Vesner Services Fatrlotlc Lecture Wotwick Male Quartet "Playing the flame" Captain Wood Brlggs Of the Tnxaa National AdmlEaion BOc i