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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 10, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRIOOB DAILt HERALD AUGUST 10 Dunns Forecast is Opti jnislic For the Autumn x Dispatches to tJuns Review from branch offices of Dun nnd Company In leading trade centres of the Dominion of Can ada report that while warm weather fcas somewhat intensified the usual quieting down in mmior lines at high prioca ftnd the difficulty of replenishing the of many kinds of merchand ise in most demands resulted in ron buying on the part of both and but n Mteady demand for the leading staples 119 indicated and brisk fall move itaent of the principal commodities is Sentiment in the far west and north Jrest has been greatly improved by good rains over a largo portion of tho grain producing districts but mer chants generally aro still disposed to defer tho placing of orders until the crop results are more definitely Business Is fairly active In seasonable lines at Winnipeg and or ders at wholesale are well up to the average for this Quiet condi tions are tho rule at Saska Moose Jaw and other cities but this Is at this period and tho slowing down Is not any more proriounced than lowked The Im proved crop duo to good rains over extensive has stimu lated confidence in the Gross earnings of all Canadian rail roads reporUtiK to datn for July show a decrease of per as compar ed with the corresponding month a year Commercial failures this week in tho Dominion of Canada numbered six as against ten last week and eleven the same week last IS Shee who was arrested in Dublin on was de ported from Friday She was in charge of two prison CANADIAN PACIFIC ROCKIES Its Walks on High Mountain Swimming In Warm Sulphur Pools will ii yati for doing your bit in the great HMMry In World THE BANFF SPRINGS HOTEL lor MM Om el Coa MeCoact el MM Canadian Paoiio Nelal ptotarWMiiely In tha hatrt el CANADAS MEAT NATIONAL PARK MvttafM mJtmrf ftw District i The Stretchable Firebox Durabjlity in firebox depends mostly upon its ability to expand when hot and to contract when Ever notice that steel rails are with a space at the ends it is wider in winter than in That space allows for stretching in the warm summer i Kootfenay fireboxes are made of nine pieces of pure They can expand without That is why Kootenay fireboxes last so If you do have to change a piece it comes out with a tap of a no no rivets or just good accurate in Booklet a only one of many features of the Kootenay Range fa a beautiful Jittle Service in the Kitchen which wifl be mailed free on It tells all a woman to kaow ranee before she buys MeClarys London Toronto Montreal Winnipeg Vancouver Hamilton Calgary Edmonton Saskatoon TAYLOR HARDWARE 319 Fifth Street LIVE BUDGET OF NEWS FROM BOW ISLAND From Our Own Corrcsnonrtmt Bow and have returned from Mod cine Hat with an adopted baby boy our months Wilmot left on ay for Tho ladles of the United church vlU bold a pantry sale of homo cook ng on Saturday afternoon 17 n the rest Wonnoll of Ktzikom spent the ore part of the wuek Pte GorcCon Kvaiui arrived home on Vednesday from Sarcee Camp with two weeks ieave of Mayor Reid returned on Friday from Stone and party who mo ored to Carmangay last eturned homo and Agnr of Barn ivell were visitors here on Riley of Etzikom spent Sat irday Thomp Carlson and Johnson have re urned from Brophy of Burdett spent Sat rday Wright is busy sinking a on the farm of Ed and Carlson are spending few days in Miss Queenie Dunn has returned ome from Homer King returned home on atnrday after spending a very plea ant the The Ladies Aid of the United hurch will be entertained at the ountry residence of ext Thursday afternoon full attendance is William Stephenson has return d from Wilmot was the guest of er Fisher of Winni on manager of the was a visitor here n Millar returned on Tues ay from The Grandlea branch of the Red oss society held a very successful nd enjoyable meeting the home of Prowse on Thursday after Munro left on Wednesday for Calgary where he has reported for military Bowler of Orion was a visitor lere on and Beattie returned in Saturday from Stone left on Tuesday for Sickles of Winnifred was a guest here on and Beattie returned in Sunday from Lyons of Barons spent Wednes ay in Lyons Is en route to Buffalo Lake In an endeavor to locate grazing Miss Irene Leary Is spending a couple of weeks with her Bobbie Davis of EAST AND WEST FOR A BETTER UNDERSTANDING Marnoch Thinks the Hard Bar ren Rock Between Sudbury and Winnipeg Not so Responsible for Mutual Distrust as the Human Bone heads on Both By President Leth brtdge Board of in the Financial The thing that prevents the East from understanding the West is the long stretch of barren rock be tween Sudbury and Is a remark that has been made so often that we are tired of hearing A recent visit to the and the ex perience of meeting with many of the financial and business men as well as many profitable opportunities of looking over some of the agricul tural implement steel car and locomotive shell and cartridge and but not an establish ment equipped for the man ufacture of aeroplanes and hydro causes one to make the re mark that it is not so much the hard rocks that constitute the barrier be tween us but rather our own bone The first essential making towards solidarity among the citizens of Can ada is that there should bo far more personal contact between the people of the East and the Before we can understand what is in mens bos oms we must understand something about their business and the way to begin to do that is to the men and at tho same time to see their factories and their workpeople and Getting Together There are two proposals before us both looking towards tho effect ing of better relationships between the East The one that waa first suggested was that the far mers andbusiness men of the West should meet the manufacturers in joint conference but in the meantime the recently formed Canadian Indus trial Reconstruction Association has made the suggestion that some repre sentative men from the Went should make a tour around the producing and manufacturing plants in the Remembering some of the initial dif ficulties in the first meeting of tho Joint Committee of Commerce when the farmers first met tho financial men of our own prairie the suggestion is respectfully submitted that personal acquaintanceships should be and personal examination of at least sorno of the big manufacturing beforo any attempt at a formal confer ence on such a knotty question as the tariff is gone on Had NarrowOutlook The writer hud tho be foro settling in Western of liv ing ami doing business la various parts of the and had a reasonably broad but It may be tohteised that a sojourn of several yeara on the among the big follow who farm there the many difficulties that a new coun try always had tended to an overestimation ot the importance of the business of agriculture In the building of the and to a cor responding lack of knowledge and rls ion ot the necessity for n simultaneous development of lumbering and A recent visit to the East has readjusted tho mental bal andfrank confession Is made that nno may learn that there are im portant inquiries other than agricul ture in the and that there aro stfhio pretty big and understanding follows among those who initiated and who carry on these would bo a pity If wo could not get imyond tho point of thinking that all ot ho opinion of the country is represent ed by the extremists of either side for thore are big broadminded in the just as there are in the Lets get together and see what we can do about for a house iivlded against Itself cannot WEAVER LOPER IN MS Sam of granted requls tion yesterday for Weaver who is wanted here on a charge of is suing fraudulent mining accord ing to reports from ast who was well known as man iging director of the Lucky Jim Zinc with properties in the Slocan was arrested at Butte wo weeks but has ooposed ex He failed to get and s said to have been in jail while the learing was in Deputy Sheriff Clarence Long has in Montana for two weeks in an ffort to secure Prosecutor John White went to Helena for the hearing on the It is ex pected Loper will be returned to Spo kane Loper was arrested after much llti ation over the company The securities are said to have been sold over a large 1919 FIGHTING IS LIKELY TO BE ON HUN GROUND One Years Struggle on Home Soil is Expected to Bring the Enemy to Believes Washington Auth orities May Be Victorious Peace by Christmas of New the Washington correspondent of the Globe writes Midsummer has brought not only crash of high German hopes for the present cam paigning but happy ending to a long period ot keen anxiety In en tente quarter A second battle Mariic haaBended in a second crllto in the surveying the worldwide who have never been given to undue who hare avoided underrating the nun or overestimating tho forces sent against today consider seriously the pos sibility of victorious peace by Christ mas of There is another class who believe it will come during ter or next put they corres pond to those Eftgllsh enthusiasts who regularly bet at Christmaatlde that the war wilt be over at tiaster and at Easter pay their double and bet on peace at the next No reason of expediency now ex ists for qualifying the admission that American military and state authori ties have passed through a season ot bravo worry during the first half of this The supreme effort to get manpower into France was the proof of how America rose to the demands that were made upon The Impos sible was accomplished and will con tinue to be accomplished for months to como In getting troops to Europe In expectation of tho next spring drive Into German In Next Year Thero is sound reason for the be lief that 1919 fighting will be done largely on German That at least one years fighting will be nec essary on German soil before peace can bo forced is accepted in this country and in the Entente capitals of I am assured that the men will be ready and the ships available to con tinue stream of troops to France at approximately its present rate for five months to After it will be necessary somewhat to reduce the troop movement in order to devote shipping to making good the accumu lated economic The are overdrawing their account at the transportation reducing reserves of food and Industrial which must in due time be But Providence has been on the side with the maritime The big crops of France and England will make possible to use shipping for troops longer than would have been possible in the 1917 At that the submarine activi ties were especially unfortunate for the and food stocks were brought to the most dangerous level they seen during the par ticularly in There is only one construction to be placed on the scale of preparations which this country is making for the coming phases of the President Wilson was never more earnest in be half of peace with victory than he is and he has the country sol idly back of M BARNS Ahrf flfe destroyed Verdon Bennetts barn Some young boyr were playing In the barn and shortly after their leaving the blaze was Tho day was calm or the barns near the fire would have for there were three in the Immediate Quite a crowd gathered In a few The town flre department answered the call at onco so with the crowd and the hose carts the fire was kept In The barn was covered by a partial The Soy Scouts are spending a few days on the river in their annual out They made quite showing with the Union Jack at the and the folio vlng on Alston must be commended for taking them on this Report of Red Cross work for month of Day shirts pyjamas manytailed bandages operat socks 42 bed 4 bed pan cover bahduges triangular bondages white handkerchiefs The Red Cross toOk In day serving lunches in thd Red Cross The tied Cross K knitting ma chine now running all the with a good hand at the machine a pair of socks can be knit Tim junior part ot the Red Cross IK doing exceptionally well In their sewing tor the The crops are about ready fop cut Binders are moving every and there will be quite a crop from summerfullowed It ll surprising how good grain Is scattered through the Some will bo short but the heads are well formed and are filling in an excellent Men who know declare there Witt be over bushels to thresh lit this immediate baying Is In full swing add with very little help from outside thero will be hay enough for Dora Jensen with her family Is visiting with her and Jensen Is an old resident of Magrath but at tha present time she Is living In where her husband Is in tho mercantile Jen Brlghamlftd Jensen and Miss Kate Peterson hero yls itlng during the What seem to have been the last words of Nicholas former Russian emperor as he faced a firing were Spare my wife and my unhappy May my blood preserve Russia from 3 Keep This In Mind Remember that the hardest part of going to school is getting Begin now to plan for September 3 the date of our Fall Term Opening The biggest thing you will do in life will be to an education wiUhelpyou to make a good reasonably Ask for FREE CATALOGUE and be ready to start your courae TuesdaySeptember Garbutt Business College LETHBRIDGE PHONE 131ft RESIDENCE PHONE SPLENDID MUSIC Chicago Ladies Ethel Lee Warwick Male Quar Gulotta Hampton Court Glenn Wells Entertainers and The Kaffir Boys CHICAGO LADIES ORCHESTRA Feature Musical Attraction of Chautauqua Week this splendid Chicago Organization in two concerts on tho Fourth DAILY PROGRAMME One Dozen Good Twelve Good Much Better Than Last MONDAY Morning Mother Goose Chautauqua Afternoon Invocation andOpening Exercises Announcements Superintendent and Story Lady Concert Warwick Male Quartet Admission 35c Patriotic Vesper Services Prelude Warwick Male Quartet Patriotic Lecture Playing the Game Captain Wood Briggs Of the Texas National Admission TUESDAY Mother Goose Chautauqua Prelude Gulotta Trio Lecture Tho Century of Getting Together Salem Bland Dominion Delegate to International Conference at Wash Admission 50c Evening Prelude Gulotta Trio Lecture Edward Trefz Member Food Admission 75c Mother Goose Chautauqua Entertainment Hampton Court Singers Back From German Prison Camps Sergeant Arthur Gibbons Member ot First Canadian Overseas Severely hJtVCaptured by Admission 50c Prelude Hampton Court Singers Costume Lecture The Oriental Pageant Julius Caesar Nayphe Return Engagement by Special Presenting a New Admission 75c Our Service Over twentyfive men who were In our employ last year are now serving under the All men now employed have complied with all existing Military Service Acts and several will aoon be called for Send your boys and girls to the Junior Chautau Tickets Admission to aU enter UiomenU as well Lethbridge Chautauqua All Next August 12 to 17 SIX DAYS OF HIGH CLASS ENTERTAINMENT A LECTURE STAFF OF PARTICULAR PROMINENCE Men and women of international importance who will present the Issues of Theres Inspiration and entertainment la this week of splendid PARAMOUNT MOTHER GOOSE FESTIVAL FOR THE KIDDIES Junior Chautauqua to be a joyous ending iwith a Big Pageant on the Fifth Night by Mother Goose and all her THURSDAY Mother Goose Chautauqua Chicago Ladles Orchestra Lecture The War and tho AngloJapanese Alliance Minakuchl Recently returned from Japan and Admission Grand Chicago Ladles Orchestra Assisted by Estelle American Admission FRIDAY Mother Goose Chautauqua Wells Company Costume Zealand the South Sea Utopia Leila Blomfield Admission 60c Glenn Wells Company Grand Mother Goose Festival Inspirational On Herbsman GovernmentAccredited Admission 7Bc SATURDAY Mother Goote Chautauqua Polly ot the Circus Annie Therese DfcYvault Admission 50c Grand Closing The Kaffir Boys Choir Assisted and Directed by the Celebrated Traveler and and Miss Elsie Clark of Admission 75c ;