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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 13, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta f be 6AILY ANa WMKLY LttHMIDQt HERALD PRINT INO LIMITED Ml ith Street Buchanan President and Managing Director hn Torrance Manner TILfPHONM Office 2 Bailnesi Xditorfcl per week per year by par by mall per year by year to Ot expiry of subscriptions fact Rwsla In one of the main rwi Why military power must be ruthlessly For a peace which would give Germany dominion In Uussla to organize tho vast resources of that country for a greater war in the future would bo a peace which would be rm oven greater menace to the world than Germany represented before DO FAIRS AND STAMPEDES GO WELL TOGETHER There seems to lie a doubt In tho minds of some people whether a suc cessful fair can he hold In conjunc tion with a The question is raised by the Farm and Ranch Re whoso representative prefaced his story oC the Lethbridge Fair and Stampede with the following re marks Speaking of tho fair it was not too but somehow or other it is difficult to give tho livestock end of such an event the attention it pear dally on addren Accept ot papers explratitn aate u authority to continue THE PROGRESS OF The allies have opened an attack in the Noyon section today which threat ens tiat town and the communica tions leading to along the batttefront there is a lull consequent upon the difficulty of bringing up the heavy guns to follow the advance of the There is not much evidence of German resist ance The situation In Russia Is rapidly developing to a The Bolshe Tlkl government has left and the Germans have announced their in tention of occupying Petrograd in an effort to meet the advance of allied troops through deserves when the main feature of THE DEVELOPMENT OF OUR PLEASURE GROUNDS Oalgary bad a farm called It was out at the the street railway line and It wasnt much of an Recently the superin tendent of the street railway took the farm and turned It Into a with a water bathing dancing tents for the use of picnic parties and all the The result Is that Calgarians are raving about having the most Beautiful park In tho And the street railway line is by way of making Lethbridge has a park at the end of a street railway line that offers far more advantages than Bowness does at But so far our commls seem to have failed to ap preciate Its full Any thing that has been done there to make It more attractive has been done If a private corpor ation had owned the street railway system they would have had so many different ways to amuse the people at Headerspa Park that it would have been the pleasure park ot the city long before We have been urging the city for a long time to make a greater effort to provide at tractions at Henderson They are proceeding flowly and each year 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 moye much more rapidly in the UP PASSING The pope was responsible for Bolands release from show is the stampede with its let er buck Not that wo wish to cold blanket tho stampede It wasthe centre of interest all quite aslt furnishes the thrills and excite ment Xo one likes to see the wild ones or the steers bulldogged in uch daring fashion any better than we but it Is a pity that the two eatures cannot be separated so that he entertainment provided by the one and the liberal education made ossible by the cannot benefit he community as they When t comes to a matter of the average If he is will he found on the fringes of dust kicked up by the outlaw horses and the bucking In our opinion the two can be suc cessfully staged but at the same time more attention will have to be given to the fair department of the another We could lave gotten along with less stampede this year and still have given the big crowds plenty of And we could have done more to make the fair end of the show a though It must be remembered that the crops this year did not lend themselves to the usual fine display seen at Lethbridge nor was the pasture situation such as to war rant the farmers spending mon ey to put their stock In show condi another year an early start should be made to provide that our own Southern Alberta farm ers should make big We know from past experience that they can beat the world sheaf grains and and we know that they now have the livestock to make a much better showing than in the olc days before the fair was In It is merely a matter of or ganizing the farmers to begin early In tha year to prepare their exhibits for the and that could be duno by a little personal work them by the fair Might It not also be a gooi idea to revive the district competitions in grasses and vegetables which used to bring out the best from Card Raymond and other points in the They are capable of putting up wnderful displays to advertise their districts and they should grasp the opportunity again when it la ottered to The first organization of Czochoslov ocks In Western Canada has been es tablished at Strikers numbering 150 out of 750 at the Rlordon Pulp Mills at Hawkos bury nearly precipitated a Membership in tho new Greater Winnipeg Board of Trade numbers Satans is tho pet name for Am erican soldiers among the men in the German The sum of was realized from sale of furs held at The Pas Major formerly superintendent of service with the Manitoba Government has been wounded in The entire sockeye salmon pack ft and the North Pacific is to bo aken over by the United States gov Oliver pastor of the irst BapUst church of has RUSSIAN SITUATION IS BRIGHTER Russia Is so far away and the pol itical situation there is so muddled that it la almost impossible at this distance to grasp the importance of the developments there during the past few But we believe have the proper information when we say that the Russians have learned that they have been duped by that they hate the Germans just as much now as when were taptively fighfilng that the antiBolshevik armies are becoming cemented into a real men ace to the existing and that the allies have now taken active steps to not against the Ruislan people but against the Rus sian government which signed a shameful treaty with the What will come out of all this it ia hard to It is the hope of the ot that Russia will yet present an eastern front to harrass the Germans in the The Rus with their weight of numbers eaved the situation early in the It is still possible that the eastern front may again be set The Ger man press acknowledges the possibil of this and describes the present situation as dangerous to the Cen tral The danger is ac centuated by the fact that the allies have turned on the Ger on the western It the Russians are as sick of German dom ination as we have been lead to be a strong hand among them should be able to align them once more on tha side of the and would end forever the German lope pf presents one ot the great Wt problems of allies In ftWH flfle reildencw waeted than tt In COOMB ot ccepted a call to Calvary Louise of despite her eighty is pick ng raspberries four days a week on Major Hunter of a eteran of the present war and of the louth African war has been gazetted ieutenantcolonel of the 12th York Edward son of Walter near TreeasUe was instantly killed during a icary He was standing at the ioor of a stable when His the will visit Winnipeg about August The Duke of Devonshire will view Manitobas It is not likely hat he will go west ot The order to arrest all who had no visible means of support has rid New it is of ive thousand Most of them lave entered the service of the Am erican overseas At William an employe of a Wheatly saw was the victim of an accident while operating a band A splinter was hurled from the saw and strik ing him in the passed nearly through Albert son of the late William and Jamie who is at present residing at High has received the military medal and a bar after two years and a tialf service as transport and later am bulance A cyclone with one sudden and terrible blow destroyed the little farm home of near his wife1 receive fatal injuries and he and his children were also George treasurer of the Lake Carriers As pioneer of the Lake Super ior and one of the bestknown men on the Great died at Cleve after a long o the Canada Food Boards regulation by means of license suppje menting the splendid enforcemen work of the local police i now in covering the entir Announcement was mad today that proprietor of confectionery store at Prince Ruper has been ordered to discontinu the manufacture of candy at once an not to purchase or use any sugar fo that purpose until after September REFUSE 10 PERMIT SIX CENT FARES a meeting of the city council this afternoon May or Gale will announce refusal to sign the bylaw and agreement between tho city council and the Electric Company by which the latter Is au thorized to charge six cent At the same time ho will state that he has asked Attorney General Parris to ap point an official receiver or director under the Provincial Railway Act in case the company ordeis its cars run into the barns in an effort to force the six cent BRIDGE Moose Canadian Pacific Railroad lost no time in tackling tbe situation through sus pension of traffic ever the briaga this side of Elbow over the valley of tne Saskatchewan VUver which Is shown by the official issue 1 tins morning that trains aro again run ning over the bridge which Is undergo Is expected to return to Prince Rupert from the front within the next few weeks This is his first furlough to Canada since he went overseas in the winter of 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 of the halibut fishing boats found it exped ient to get their supplies of ice from the great Glacier near Wark More than 1000 Knights of Columbus assembled at New York for the an nual of supreme said had been contributed to the Knights of Columbus war fund this It was planned to raise to carry on the Knights of Columbus war service abroad and in American training A MacLean expects to leave for at the end of the week in an endeavor to stimulate pro duction of coal from the Cape Breton Advices received here are that production in this area is mucK be low capacity and must be speeded up if a coal crisis is to be avoided next At outlook Is ad mittedly board of governors of the Uni versity of British Columbia have ap pointed to the staff Sedg of Nova associate pro fessor of and head of the and son of ot assistant professor and head of the department of history Otis John son of Carlton has been appointed assist ant professor of Pacific Coast apples that formerly travelled half way across the contin ent and then half way back again to reach Edmonton will now observe war timo economy of movement and go One hundred thousand Toronto ttm rogisterqd as wilting to go on Bishop Sylrester the only Rumanian bishop ot the Orthodox Greek clrurch In Canada Is A broken truck caused the ditch ing of twentythree freight cars on the near and lUcharil for merly of Niagara were drowned at near The Durham Canning Factory at Orono turns out cans of peas Paul son of Duval ot has returned from the Pat son of Commis sioner Lamb of the Salvation has beon killed In Eleven Toronto Jewish bakeries have been closed for a week by the Food Board for baking oven sole Polish newspapers declare that tho population of the kingdom has creased from to during the Slot gambling machines to the value ot were burned on the Champ de Mars as a part of a campaign to clean up The cost ot eating has jumped 120 per cent since 1909 according to a statement made by Alderman Pearson pf The Buffalo herd at Walnwrlght Park now number The herd has been increased since April 1st by not less than 615 Brantford customs returns for July reached as against tor the same month ot last Bail for George former secretarytreasurer of the Great War Veterans of facing a charge of embezzling moneys from the as was fixed at Milton who disappeared in April last year after coming Into Brantford to attend the Collegiate turned up unexpectedly at his parents Preparations are now under way by the Imperial Oil company to erect a new building in Calgary at a cost of between and on a site measuring 50x130 The Britishgovernment has let con tracts to British manufacturers for military clothing to refit sol according to despatches trom the Central The railway board has ordered In creases in through commodity rates on wood pulp from to Fort to 33 tbe new rate to become effective not later than August has waiting for him at the During his absence of four years on active ser vice and as a prisonerof warhis ses sional indemnity of has been voted by Parliament each The accumulated amount now awaits him here as some small com pensation from his country for his services and in the suffitnftr Dueo hit home to Brown artd Mfflt I neat bUttgalow one block south 01 the This will aigte Micom Rome two thousand dol Just east on the cornet J Cahoon hat erected three flne cottages at a cost ot about being and located one block trom the Ubernacle and one from the sta tion property The new bungalow Ot HAnmer surpasses anything thus completed and occupied this It Is just north ot the court house and facing the Anglican Church It Is Unlike anything else In having cement verandahs west and south with a very ornamental con crete tence carrying a wide The barn and garago combined la one of the Something over has been expended on this Andrew Archibald sold his large house to Burt and has just moved Into a very cosy frame cottage immediately west ot his for mer this will be a further im provement to the west end ot town where there aro many This week saw the departure of formerly town as he has sold his home to the consideration said to be some It is rumored that Hlggs will take a course In an eastern preparatory to Joining the ranks of the Lyle Hollands new home Is said to be very neat and to have cost over the two thousand It is lo cated in tho southwestern part of town near the road to the fair grounds and wag built itt the late Under Cdhltructlen And not yet AC other houses are located between the court house and the Poisons IB a flfte modern bungalow Juit east of tt will goon be finished and will represent an outlay of to Folflon sold IM reiiit forroer reifaence thin spring to The neighbor on the west Of the Mat named la to be late ot Mountain View one ot our retired ranchers who wishes ft home In the Temple He Is building 4 flne modern home Just actoaH the Street northeast from Stake This is another tour thousand dollar The con struction IB well Under but it will not be finished tor a couple ot A hot water heating system is being installed In this Just across the street south and op posite FolsOhs new Scott Hlnman Is erecting another up to date home costing around Hlnman Is manager ot the Bill son Milling company at this but he Is also one of our well to do far mers with a section Of land a couple ot miles south of town which may claim his attention at any time rather than the more confining indoor busi But the climax In flne residences has been reached this season by who Is building At the temple His home is Just east and adjoining that of Chris tie and will be one of the best struc tures in our Its reputed cost is from nine to ton thousand dollars and it will be modern In all As one of our most successful cattle we food exaratole IftanH Sttch a home Jtdf 1M family they are ttfc rtthefthiMt waiting until they then they can receive but little benefit torn such an Building tip In our own town and ccrtihtry instead of taking the means tfr other BO called Kl Dorado nnother point we wish all might Other Other Improvements In Cardston such as water main cost ing between three and four thousand dollars tho putting In ot a private drainage system from the creamery causing another couple of thousand dollars expenditure together with the Improvements upon the Tabernacle Block of cement walks and grading of the approaching streets all made Ctmlston a busy centre for building trades this The temple construction alsfl been under way with all the skilled labor available and of this ft special article may deal Early in the year the big garage of Cairncross and Sons was thought It was started in the fall of It Is one ot the best In tho south country and hris cost tot build ing alone something over ten and It is very conveniently Icf cated tor all business travelling west and has every up to date contrivance for the easy handling of all auto re Taking a brief Inventory of our building activities thus 1918 to be one of our years so far as permanent improvements ga and such are the kind any town id glad Cardston has a uro Watch it Grow New August Numbers of VERY ACTIVE AT PRESENT TIME From Our Own Ccrroaoondent the harvest prospects are not so promising as usual in this business seems to be good and improvements and sales of property are being made Van Pelt sold his resi dence on Main street this week to Ellis Heninger at a price near and tho last named Is ing to occupy it as soon is Russell Is now the house While Van Pelt Is quite an old time having been here since 1901 and wo are loath to lose his physician has advised his winter ing in a milder His purpose now is to look after his property in Florida and to spend the winter He is still Interested in the only min ing claim recognized by the Gov ernment in the north end of the Gla cier National The Reid Milling and Smelting Company have this property on the north fork of Konndy weat and a little south of Chief It Is a copper pro position of umiMial merit and Leth bridge parties are now investigating with a view to purchasing the pro Much on the road and Home on the inino has been dona this Hurt are erecting a new store just south and adjoining their present quarters whern Lamar Heppler ia opening up a gents furnishing straight to Edmonton instead of tniv1 store in the iKnr This clones from tho Woiiutolice Valley or tho United States coast northeast of thenco across mountain and plain to then doubling hack northwest across the border via whore they were taken by the Grand Trunk Pacific through ing The train ache gimi to The fruit will now dule ii up tho only vacant space along Main street upon its principal business block ami there are now only two frame structures in this block of 560 odd balance are ven nor or Building Building in active in Cardston this go ulmoHt straight uortb to season anil few yearn in Barrienfios Sings the Famous MadSong Metropolitan opera goers will Ion rememoer the triumph this charming prima donna shared with Lazaro in last season sjrevivtl of Puritanii And this record permanently preserves for the pleasure of all music lovers magi cal interpretation of gyi la the most applauded song of this memorable Puntaai Glorious Ave Maria with Jacobsen Qbbligatd Perhaps the most popular aria in all the world is BachGounods Avt Here the famous operatic tenor 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