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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 13, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta FOUR THE LETHBRIOGB DAILY HERALD TUESDAY, AUGUST 13, 1918 Deralfc Xetbbritxje, Hlberta DAILY AND WEEKLY i >nd LETHBRIDOE HERALD PRINT- ING COMPANY, L1MITEP ttl Wl Street South, W. A. Fretldent tnj Director Join Tonance iltwiti TXLF.PHONE8 Office v fact Russia IB one o( tho msin eons why military pawer must be. ruthlessly crushed. t'or peace which would eive Germany dominion la Russia (o lie vast resources ot that country (or a greater war In the future would bo a peace which would be an even greater menace to the world than Germany represented before tubxrlptlgn RatMl Dfcjly, covered, per week ,jn-r Dslly, delivered, per by psr year by mail, per yew br ms.il, year to i UP fOR MAM ot ot subscriptions ftti dully on aidreis label Accept ot papers rJuv tiplratim authority to continue icrlplloa. THE PROGRESS OF THE.WAR. The allies have opened ail attack in tho Noyon section today which threal- 033 that top-n and the communlca- Oons leading to it. Otherwise, slong lie. battlgfront there is a lull today, consequent upon the dUficnllv ot bringing up the heavy guns to follow the advance of the Infantry. There 13 cot much evidence ot German resist- auco anyTffiere. The situation ia Russia Is rapidly developing to a crisis.' Tie Bolsha- Tiki government has left Moscow, and the Germans have announced their in- tention occupying Petrograd In an effort to meet tho advance of allied troops through Siberia. THE DEVELOPMENT OF OUR PLEASURE GROUNDS bad a farm called Bc-wneis It was out at tho end at the street railway line and It -wasn't mucli ot an attraction. Recently the superin- tendent of tho street railway loos the farm and turned it into a park, with water' front, bathing pool, dancing pavilion, tents for the use- ot picnic parties and all'the The result Is that Calgarians.are raving about Dlvinb' the most beautiful park In tho Vfcst And the Eircet railway line Is byway ot making money. Lethbridgo has a iark at end 'of a street'railway line till otters far more" advantages than. Bowuess does at 'Calgary.. But so far our eomailj- seem to have failed to ap- preciate. Its full possibilities. Any- thing that has been, done there to make it more attractive has been done grudgingly. It a prirato corpor- ation had owned the street railway gyotem they would have had so many different Trays-la amuse tha people at Headersfm 'Park that at would have been the pleasure park ot the DO FAIRS AND STAMPEDES GO WELL TOGETHER? Thero seems to lie doubt in the minds ot people whether a suc- cessful fair can be held in conjunc- tion 'with a stampede. The question is raised by the Farm and Rancb lie- view, whose representative prefaced bis 'story of the mhbridse Fair and Stanipeie with the following re- marks: "Speaking of the fair itself, It was not too bid. bat somehow or other It Is difficult to give tbo livestock end of such an event the attention it deserve? when the main feature c-t Ibe show is the stampede wllh its 'let buck' atmosphere. Not that we wish to cold blanket tho Itself. It was tbo centra ot interest at all times, quite logically, perhaps, asJt furnishes tho thrills and eicite- ment, Xo one likes to ECO tho wild ones tamed, or the steers bull-dogged in such daring fashion any better than we do, but it Is a pity that the two features cannot be separated so that tbo entertainment provided by the one and the liberal education made possible by tbo other, cannot benefit the community as they should. When it comes to.a matter ot choice, the average Individual, if be Is human, will be found on the (rinses of dust kicked up by the outlaw horses and the'bucsJng bulls. In our opinion tho two can be suc- cessfully staged together, but at.the same time more attention will have to be given to the fair department of the event another year. We could have gotten along with less, stampede this year and still have given the big crowds plenty of amusement. And wo could have.done more to make the fair end of tho show a success, though It must be remembered that tie crops this year did not lend themselves, to the usual fins dtspiss- generally.seen at Letbhridgs nor was tie pasture situation such as to war- The pope was responsible (or Dr. Beland's release from Germany. The first organization of Czechoslov- aks ta Western Canada has been es- tablished at Natal, D. 0. Strikers numbering 150 out of 750 at the Rlordon Pulp Mills at Hawkes- bury nearly precipitated a riot. Membership in tho new Greater Winnipeg Board ot Trade, numbers "Satans" Is tho pet name for Am- erican soldiers among the men in tho German army. rant the farmers spending mjicb mon- ey to put their stock in show condl-. lion. However, another year an early shrinks be made to provide that Alberta farm- ers should make big exhibits. "VTe know from, past experience that they can beat the world in sheaf grains and" grasses, and we know that they now. have, the; livestock to make a much better' showing than In the1 old days before .the fair was suspended" In 1914. It-is-morely a matter or- .ganizing the farmers to begin early li the year to prepare-their'exhibits for the and lit at could" be tJur.o by a little personal work amor.s them ihe fair "_- Might It not also Ic a gool Idea to revive the district competitions. in grains; grasses! and vegetables which used to bring out the best from Card- The sum of was realized from a sale of furs held at The Pas recently. .Major Grant, D.S.O.. formerly superintendent of "service with' the Manitoba Government telephones, has been wounded In action. The entire sockeye salmon pack ot Alaska and tho North Pacific is to be taken over by the Unllcd States gov- ernment. Rev. Oliver Horsmaa, pastor of the First Baptist church of Edmonton, has accepted a call to Calvary church, Erie, Pennsylvania. Mrs. Louise Gorrett, ot Spar la, Ont, who, despite her- eighty years, Is pick- ing raspberries four days a week on a farm. Major i A. T. Hunter of Toronto, a veteran of the present war aud of the South African war has bee'ii gazetted lieutenant-colonel ot the 12tb jYork Rangers. Edward Tighe, son of. Walter TIghe, Maryboro, near TrecasUe Corners, was instantly killed during a heavy storm. He was standing nt the door of a stable when hit. His excellency, the governor-general will visit Winnipeg about August 25. The Duko of Devonshire will view Manitoba's harvest. It is not likely that he will go west of Manitoba. The order to arrest all who bad no visible means of support has rid One hundred thousand Toronto men registered as willing to so on farms. Bishop Sylvester Yunescu, the only Rumanian .bishop ot tiis Orthodox Greek ctriirch fa Canada Is A brol-en truck caused tho ditch- ing of twenty-three freight cars on the G. T. n. hear Onondaga. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Douglas, for- merly of Niagara Falls, Ont., were drowned at Fnuquler, near Cochrane. The Durham Canning Factory at Orono turns out 30.000 cans ot peas daily. Capt. Paul paval, son of Rev. Dr. Daval of Winnipeg, has returned from tho front. Ueut. Pat Lamb, son ot Commis- sioner Lamb ot tho Salvation Army, has been killed (n action. Eleven Toronto Jewish bakeries have been closed tor a week by the Food Board for b'aMiis oven sole bread. Polish newspapers declare that the population of the kingdom has de- creased from to during the war. Slot Rambling machines to the valuo of were burned on the Champ de Mars as a part ot a campaign "to "clean up" Montreal. The cost ot eating has jumped 120 per cent-since'1903 according to a teen Ssrc fine residences erected than are lu course ot Early In tho summer .Mr, Tbos. Uuce aold his home to'O, 3. Brown and built a very neat bungalow ono block south ot the BUUlcm- This will astrc- tate In'cost some two thousand dol- lars. Just cast on I ho cornet, Mr. J. C. has erected three One cottages at a cost of about f each, being modern and located ono block from the tabernacle and one from the sta- tion property The new bungalow of Mr. J.'A. Haunter surpasses anything thus tar completed and occupied this season. It Is jiist north of the court bouse and taciug tne Auglluu Church west It Is unlike anything else In Cardstbn, and was built in the lato spring. Under construction and nqt vet oc- cupied, several other house's are toc5tc-a' between the court housa aud Ibo taberuacle. Sir. tl. D. Kolsou'a Is a fine'modem bungalow Just eaat of C.'K. Saow's residence. It will soon be. finished and -will represent an outlay of tg :y.OQO, Mr. Kolson sold his former resWi ence this spring to having ccrasnt verandahs west and eouth with a very ornamental con- crete fence carfyiug a wldo coping. The barn garago combined Is ono of the best. Something over (SOOOhas been" expended on this prbpcrtv. Mr. Andrew II. Archibald sold his large house to Mr. C. W. Durt and his just hioved Into a very cosy frame collage Immediately west of his for- mer this will be a further Im- provement to the west end ot town where Iliere are many This week saw tho departure ot Mr. A. J. lllggs, formerly town secretary, as ho has sold his hoiito to Mr. H. C. Lee, the consideration said to bo somo It'is rumored that'Mr. Higgs take a course In an eastern city preparatory to Joining the ranks o: the chiropractors., Mr.' Lylo Holland's new home Is sald'lo be very neat and to have cos over the two thousand mark. It Is lo- cated in tho southwestern "part o town nenr tho road to the fair grounds Mr. H, Uoldwell. The neighbor on the west ot the last named is to be Wm. y enderson, of Mountain View one. ot bur' retired ranchers who wishes a home )u Ibe Touiplo City, le Is building a' fine modern borne ust acsos's tho struct northeast from ilake Tabernacle. This Is another our'thousand dollar, bouse. The con- struction way, but it will not be finished for a couple of months.- Ai hot water heating system a being Installed In .this residence. Just across Ihe street south and op- posito Mr.'Folson's home, Mr. Scott HEnman is. creeling another up Lo date bomb costing arouud Mr. Hinniaft. Is manager of the Elli- son Milling Company nt this point, but ho Is also ono of our well to do far- mers a section ot land a couple of miles south of Vtown which nioy claim bis attention at any tirno rather than the more confining indoor busi- ness. But the cliniar in residences bas been reached-this season by Mr. Ed. Ivlns, who-.ls building 6f tbe temple granlto. Ills, home is just east and adjoining" lhat of Dr. V. V. Chris- tie-ami will bo the best struc- tures in our'town. Its reputed cost is from ulna to ten.thousand 'dollars and it will be modern'In'all particulars. As one ofi'our most successful cattlo ranchers, wo commend .the .good example of Mr. Ivlns In erecting such a substantial, homo (or farally while they are growing up, rather than walling until they marry oft when they.can receive but benefit from such au expenditure. Building up In our own town anil country Instead ot taking the means to some other so called El Dorado Is another joint we wlsli nil might Imitate. Other Other Improvements In Cardslou. sucb as water main extensions, cost- ins between threo and'.four thousand dollars; Ihe putting Lu'of a private drainage system fronr tho 'creamery causing another couple of--, thpusaml dollars expenditure together with the Improvements upon the Tabernacle Block of cement walks and grading of tho approaching streets have all mado.Cardston a busy cent thd building trades I season. Tho temple conslructlon .has alcd been under way with all' the skilled labor available ana ot special article may deal Early In tbo year the big garage, of Cairncross and Sous'was thought it was started in the fall of" 1017. It Is one ot the" best. ,Iu' tho" south country and has cost for bullJ- irjg alone something bver'.ten 'thous1 and dollars. It is very conveniently caled for all business travelling vest aud lias every up to data contrivance for the easy handling ot all auto re- quirements. brief of our building activities shows' 191S lo bo one of our'best .years so far as permanent" Improvements und such are the kind any town M glad to.wclcome. Cnrdston-'has.a tut' uro! Watch It Crow! Broadway, New York, It Is said, of five thousand loafers. Most of bave entered the service of the Am- erican overseas army. r statement made-by Alderman L. 0. Pearson of St. Thomas. The Buffalo herd- at Wainwrlght Park now number 3500. The has been increased since April 1st less than G15 calves. Branlford customs returns tor July reached as against S15.5S for the same month ot la'st Bail for George W. Bailey, former secretary-treasurer of the Great" War Veterans of Winnipeg, facing a charge of embezzling moneys from the as- sociation, was fixed at Milton disappeared in April last year' after coming Into Brantford to attend the Collegiate Institute, turned-up unexpectedly: at his parents'-home: i city long before this. TVa have been carmaugay, Ra.mond and other In the south They are capable of putting up wnderfal displays to advertise tlielr dlstrlcta and they should grasp the opportunity again when It Is offered to them. the a long time 'make a'greater effort to provide at tractions Henderson Part They are proceeding eliTly and each jeer lees greater travel on the red line But. If .they would, just consider what a private company'.would do in their place we believe they would rrioye much more In tho future At Chatham, William Williams, an employe of a Whoatly saw mill, was the victim ot an accident while by tbe company to erect operating a band saw. 'A splinter a new office.building In Calgary at.a now under way was hurled from the saw and .strik- ing -him In the: "abdomen, passed nearly through him. V Albert A. Jamleson, son 6f-the late William and Jamie- son, who is .'at present residing at High River, has received the military medal and a bar after two years and a half service as transport and later am- bulance driver. A cyclone with one sudden and terrible blow destroyed the'little farm home, ot H. Krezer, near VermHlioa, Alia., his wife1 receive fatal injuries and he and his children'-were also hurt RUSSIAN' SITUATION IS BRIGHTER- Russia' is so far away and the pol if leal situation there Is so muddled that It Is almost -impossible at this distance to grasp of the developments there during the But believe we have the proper Information when wo.say that the Russians have learned iliat iney Lave been duped by the.Bolslievliti, that they hale the Germans just as much now as when they wera actively Grating them, that lis.-antl-Bolshevikl; armies are becoming cemented1 Into a real men- ace to the.existing government, and (tat the allies have now taken active steps to Inlervone, not against the people but' against the Rus- sian government which' signed a shameful .treaty with the "Germans What will cOme oot of all this it Is hurl to say. It Ij the. hopo of tho allies, ot course, that Russia will yet present an eastern front to narrass Germans in the rear. Tho Rua- itons weight of numbers s eared the. situation early In the war. It Is still possible that tbo eastern t front may again be set up. .The Ger- 1 Will press acknowledges the possibil- ity, of ibis and describes the present tlfuation as dangerous lo the Cen- tral Powers Tho danger U AC cratnifei by "Ho fact that tbe allies have9 turned on the Oer- ttaitB on the western front. If tho Russians aro as. tick of .Oerman dom- ination ai'we bafe been'lead to te tievf, A strong hand among them be able to align once more On the- sWe of the allies, and end forever thb Qerman Ottawa, Aug. of the Canada Food Board's regulations by means of license control, supple- menting the "splendid enforcement work of tbe local police authorities, le now in operation, covering tbo entire Dominion.-' Announcement was made to-day thai E Emad, proprietor of a confectjonery store at Prince.Rupert h'as-been ordered lo dlscontiaui the mariafacture of candy at once am not to purcbaie or use any sugar for until after September 1. CapL George P. Mackay, eighty, treasurer of the Lake Carriers' As- sociation, pioneer: of the Lako Super- ior trade, "and 'one ot the best-known men on the Great Dakes, died at Cleve- land, after a long Illness. Col. C. W. Pecki M.P., D.S.O., Is expected to return to Prince Rupert from tho front, within, tha next few weeks This is his first .furlough to Canada since he went overseas in the winter of 1014-15. Owing to the Increased use of ice with the growth of the fishing busi- ness in the attempt to provide cheap fish for inland Canada some-ot tha halibut fishing. boats found It, exped- cost of between and on a site measuring 50sl30 feet :The Britlsh'ebvisriiment-haE let con- Iractsl to British'.manufacturers for military clothing sol- diers, according to despatches from Glasgow-lo the CentralNews. The railway board has ordered in- creases in tnrouilrcommodity rates on wood pulp from Dromptoavllle, Qaa., to Fort Francis. OnL, to'33 cents, the new rate to become effective not later than August 15. Hon. Dr. Bc-land, M. P., has walling for him at the Capital. During his absence ot four on active ser- vice and as a prisoner'of war-hls ses- sional'Indemnity has-been voted by" Parliament' each. Bession.' The accumulated' !-.amount now awaits him here as some small com- pensation from for'his services and sacrifice... It, f ice ient to get their supplies of ice from the great Glacier near Wark Island. More than 1000 Knights of Columbus assembled .at New York for the an- nual convention. Jag, A, Flaherty, oi (From Our Own Ccrrezpondentl Cardston, Aug. the had been contributed, to I as usual in this .locality, business Vancouver, Aug. a meeting ot the city council this afternoon.May- or Gale will announce his., refusal to sign the bylaw and agreement between tho city council and the D. C. Electric Ipmpany by, which the latter Is nil- Lhbrized to charge six cent fares'. At tho same time ho will slate that ho has asked Attorney General Farrta to ap- point an official receiver or'director under ths Trovlnclal Railway Act In case the company ordeu-ltit cars run Into tho blrna In an'effort'to.force the six cent fares. hope at victory, Pt one ot the great- at tie Met today, In BRIDGE O.K. AGAIN. Mooso Jaw, Aug. The .Canadian Pacllk Hallroad lost no time In tackling the situation Ihroa'gh sus- pension of traffic ever tho brlfija tills side- Of Elbow over the valley ot tne Saskatchewan River which to shown by the official Eltti-.mont hsucl tins Homing that train i aro again fun- ning over the bridge which In undergo- Ihg strengthening The (rain dale is maintained. the Knlghts-of Columbus war, fund this year. It was. planned to ratso to carry on 'the Knights of Columbus war service abroad and In American training camps. Hon. A K. MacLean expects to leave for Sydney, C. D-, at the end of the week In an endeavor to stimulate, pro- duction of coal from tho Cape" Breton fields. Advices received here aro that production In Ibis area la muck be- low capacity and must ho speeded up If a coal crisis Is to be avoided next winter. At presentythe outlook la ad- mittedly serious. board of governors 61 the Uni- versity of British Columbia have ap- pointed lo the staff Dr. 0. 0. Sedg. wick, of Nova-Scotia, associate pro- fessor of English, and head of the department, end-Dr., A.-. K. Ft. Boak, ion ol H, W, C. Boak, of Vancouver, assistant professor and head .of tho department of history Oils John- son Todd, of Carlton college, Minnesota, had been appointed assist- ant professor ot classics. Pacific Coast that formerly travelled half way across the contin- ent and then halt wX> hack again to rMrh Edmonton will riow observe war tlmo economy of movement and go straight lo Edmonton instead of trav- elling from the Volley on tho United States coast northeast ol Spokane, thence across mountain and plain to Mlnot.'N. then doubling back northwest across I ho border via Nortligale, whore they were faken by the Grand Trunk Pacific through ssems to be good and. Improvements and of property aro beios made frequently. Mr...T. H. Van Pelt sold his resi- dence on Main street: this W3ek. (o, Mr. ElSIs A. Henlnger at a prlce'near and tho last named la .prepar- ing to occupy It as !i3 vacated. Mr. C. H. Russell Is now the home- holder. While Mr. Van Pelt la ojille. an old tlmo resident, having been" here since liOl anil we are loath-to'lose him, his physician has advised his -winter- ing In a milder climate. HIS' purpose now Is to look after his property In Florida and to spend the winter there. He is still Interested in iho Only min- ing claim recognized by (be U. S. Gov- ernment In the north.end of tho Gla- cier National Park. The Reid Mining, Milling and Smelling Company' have this property on tho north fork of Kenndy Creek, west and a little south ot Chief Mountain. It Is a copper pro- position of unusual 'nierll and Leth- bridge parties are Invcsilgatirii with a view to purchasing tho pro- perty. Much work on thb road and some on the mine has been done this season. Burl Bros, are erecting a'now stor6 Just south and adjoining thcli' present riimrtera where Mr. C. Ilepplnr Is opening up a (rents' furnishing store In Ihe ntar This closes up tho only vacant space along Main street jts principal' businefts block and there arefnow only Iwn framo structures In ibb block of Odd Ihe balance' flre'hrlck, yen- cor or atone. che-vglna to Edmonton.' The fruit .Uiilldlng h ncllvo In Cardston 1 go almost straight uoilli to Edmonton, season and few years In tho piat biVi New August Numbers of Metropolitan opera goers will long reniemDer the triumph this charming prima with Lazaroiin list season sjievivil pf And this record permanently preserves for the pleasure of all music lovers magi- cal interpretation of In tioct, trje most "applauded sonp- of this memorable furitani production. 49370-51.50 orious :Asre Maria with Jacobsen Obblig'ato 5i''' Perhaps die most popular aria in all the world is Bach-Gounod's Aiie Maria. -IJere "Lazaro, the famous tenor has joined _with Jacobsen, genius of the violin, to set this jewel of sacred song in a crown of'imperishable musical beauty.-'A superb record that no phono- graph owner can afford to miss. Lashanska Makes Her HT" Columbia DeMut in f ;-wi Jinnie Laurie 0 ne of the y on ngert, but already on f of the greatest of Amerkan sopra- nos chooses for her first Columbia record this simple, well-loved song and glorifies it by the radiant beauty of her voice. Send some 'records to jroor soldier. There's a Golunibii Grafonfita in his Y. Knights o< Columbus Hut. AW CittmtH Tiatii mnmnll. cor.tnrtu GKAPHOPSONR coMPAXr.ToiioNTO, IE KENNY ALLIN CO., LIMITED Next Hotel I Tht Druj-BxK Men, ;