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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 16, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta AUGUST HRrt AIjB PAGE SONmEAW By Wellington From Our Own CarrnsBonflenU a largely at tended meeting of the people of Raymond held last night at the call of Mayor OBrien the Board of Trade was reorganized and delegates were named to meet the officials and make suitable protest against the pro posed change in train The usual trip to Lethbrldge which can now be made any day will require two nights and one full day under the proposed schedule and people very re luctantly will give up the privilege of the daily It will hurt more than all the food regulations Representatives from Stirling were present and wished also to register a Mayor OBrien and Ogden were named as Tho Taylor Stake conference was held at Raymond on Saturday and Sunday The meeting house was packed with The roads were good and the automobiles parked on the grounds made some very interest ing pictures for tfi photo Richard the newly ap pointed apostle in the who succeeded Apostle Hyrum Smith who died recently and John succeeded Qrrin Mliller In the IJJpreBidlng bishopric at take were A large part of their Instruction was that good home conditions should be made and that children should be and trained in all High ideals in honor and and patriot Ism and mental culture be held before them every day at the home Their religion instruction should not be left alone to the church Apostle Lyman explained the falla bllity of all men which explained how errors have crept into religious Instruction in all age but that God Is He changes not and His purposes will flnallr be but that is all done by means of men who always use own individual ity and Canadian Press Ditspatch from Heuters following Jetter 1msbeen sent to Field Marshal Haig by King George Dear Field Marshal At tho beginning ot the fifth year of the I again have the pleasure ot be ing with my to you after my last visit on March and alluding to the then necessary with drawal from certain of our I dwelt upon the Impression made upon me by the splendid spirit of the troops which I saw during these Subsequent events have given ample proof that this was a true for never since that time has the epirit ot thearmy We have seen reasserting itself and carrying to a triumphal issue the operations of the last On these happy results I must warmly congra tulate you and the troops that fought BO magnificently under your I gratefully recognize this high morale is In part the outcome of hearty co operation between the fighting army and the great organizations behind the the transport service by land and sea and these vast industries in which women at home maintain the supplies of food and muuitioii of I have heard on all sides of tho great value of the machine gun corps in the fighting Hue and was brought home to me by the fine ap pearance of tho detachments which 1 saw fo the different I inspected detachments of the Royal Air Its prowess and established superior ity over the enemy made me proud to be general in chief of this last crea tion In the fighting forces of the It was especially satisfactory that11 was able to see the work of the tank corps and thus to form some slight idea on the part of this won derful and steady developing invention has played in the present victorious WARNER PEOPLE PRESENTPROTEST 10 OFFICIAL Special to the Herald protest was presented to Superintendent Cam eron ot the when he passed througlt Warner this afternoon on his way regarding the proposed change in the passenger train service on this Among those who presented themselves at the superin private car were Fred Williams and several There was not sufficient time for the views of the Warner business men and farmers to be properly pre but the feeling here was par tially expressed by Gordon who said that not only would the lack of a daily supply of fresh fruit and vege tables as well as fish which the gov ernment has requested the people to use work a great hardship to the peo ple the district but also the inability of the merchants and dealers to repairs as required with dispatch tend to cause loss and delay to the farmers in their harvesting and seeding opera Cameron started to reply to the brief remarks of Gordon by saying that whilst he appreciated all the inconvenienceand loss which the curtailment the train service might at the same time the had to look after themselves and guard themselves against He went on to quote figures showing that thissta tion had shown a decided loss as com pared with the previous We understand that protests were also made by the business men of Milk River and New Dayton as the train passed through these points and it would appear that the south country is united in its feeling against the ac tion of the at the present It was unfortunate that Cameron could not have stayed for a few min utes longer that the matter could have been discussed more fully What the people of this district feel may be expressed in the words of one man who said that the can take our money while times are but when times are bad they can still make money by making times worse for The can still pay their dividends while the farmer and the business man in this south country is working at a loss and must now be further handicapped whilst the is able to reduce its expenses at the cost of the small communities who must do business and which are for greater expenses next year under worse handicaps than have existed The makes Us mo ney out of the farmers and business men in good years and good money at whilst when a poor year conies along the feeling was expressed that the and its wealthy share holders should share with the people somo of the hard Telegraphic Briefs WOULD FIGHT BESIDE HIS IPzlrisl AuA rfcoosevellfls answer to condolencel extended by President Poincare on the death of Quentin Roosevelt is published by the Jfy only tha colonel is that I am unable to fight beside my FIFTY DRIVEN OUT persons were driven out of their rooms early today by a fire of undetermined orfgin which destroyed the Riverside a frame The flames so rapidly that had time to gave their personal A resi dence nearby also was burned and several cottages TARD1EU DECORATED Tar French high commissioner to the United has received the Bel gian War Cross in recognition of his services while serving with the French troops near Ypres at the beginning of the says an official message to the Belgian legation TROUBLE IN POLICE FORCEAT COAST suspen sion of Constable George pres ident of the policemens union which was ordered this morning iby Chief McRae has caused considerable stir at headquarters The officer is alleged Jo hare approached one of the employed by the department who was not a member of the union and to have made certain remarks to him which were construed by the chief as being contrary to departmental dis HONOR LATE ACTRESS New hun dred members of the theatrical pro fession paid tribute to the memory of Miss Anna at the funeral ser vices hero The casket con taining the body of the actress was draped with the American and French THREATEN strike on the New Brunswick Power comprising the entire street railway system in this city and is threatened unless the cpmpany ac cepts award of the conciliation board granting an increase of six cents an dating back to April GRANTS CONSENT has been granted by Sir Thomas minister of to the Ontario government to issue the balance of the loan provided for in the act of last according to announcement by the provincial treas TWO men killed at three miles from and a barn and three calves burned at two miles inthe other were incidents of a terrific thunder and lightning storm accompanied by torrential rains which swept over the city and its Vicinity about dusk last REFUSE Sheehy who was released on August 12 from Holloway Where she was detained after her de portation from has applied for u permit to return to This permit has been refused by the au PRETENDER TO THE MOROCCAN THRONE DEAD Madni Glaoui who was prominent as a supporter 0 Alulai pretender to the Moroccoan throne a few years is according to an announcement by the Mulai Mohammed was unsuccessful in his uprising and died suddenly In rumor being that he had been Caid Madni Glaoui was to the entente cause in the present great NEW the recommendation of the grain section of the Toronto board of one of theoldest grain dealers in has been appointed by the grain supervisors as the local repre sentative of that All questions regarding will be referred to PROMINENT MAN of Tor most prominent Henry vice president of the Colonial Investment and Loan and president of the firm of OHara Stock died at his Edgar Av late NEAR8 THE Agen preliminary Inquiry Into the case of exPremier Joseph charged with now Is nearlng an according to the Calllaux proba bly will appear before the senate sitting as a higher WHY GOLFERS LOVE LADIEt Up Four ers RedFaced Two old ladles were wandering about on a golf I think they must be playingsome sort of a game one ot them This li the fourth ball Ive picked Then four very angry people rushed up and confirmed her These are on a par the old ladles who heard a man tell a friend he had gone round the local course in I dont think Jones always speaks the said one ofthem You heard him he had gone around the course in thats He could scarcely walk across the nursery floor at that WILL RAISE From Our Own Correspondent harvest in this section at the country la nearly but Farmer John has his share of trouble this year with the drouth in the earlier part of the season and now it rains so much that die binder wheels sink in the mud so deep that it is about Impossible to get on the Very heavy rains occurred here on Sunday and Monday of this which will make tha land in fine shape for The yield of grain will he very light but nearly every farmer get some A few will get enough for bread seed for next This has been a most disappointing season for the farming hut if history really repeats shall expect a double crop next McLean has taken over the rooming house vacated by and Clark are the proud parents ot a brand new baby Jay Ricketts is in lie Edmonton country looking for a place to locate where there Is hay and feed for Harry Chapman has rented a farm near Lacomhe and moved his stock and household goods He has rented his farm hero to Chapman and little ar rived from England last Jessie Graham of Brooks and Miss Bert Harper of Dunmore who have been visiting at the Greenman have returned to their horn For Red Cross We have had some fine celebrations la this neck of the woods this sum Retlaw and Lomond1 all had a Mg and rais ed a very large sum of money for the Red The sports were The famous baseball boys of who have won the prize money sev eral times met their Waterloo at Ret being defeated by Lo mond had some fine exhibits of stock and flowers and fancy hand work at the fair last and the sports were a sharp game of baseball between Vulcan and Lo mond interested the crowd for a Lomond winning in the round We were amazed and amused to hear NOTICE Notice is hereby given that Steve of in the Pro vince of intends to apply for a license to operate a pool room at 12 2 Main Hardie The application has been ap proved by Mayor the City STEVE Ad AUTO LIVERY courteous Cars suitable for any Special rates to steady custom ers or long Phones Day 1448 Night 787 GREEN FEED FOR WINTERING CATTLE We are prepared to furnish Farmers and Ranchers with any amount of Green Feed Frosted Wheat baled and loaded on oars for shipment south or stacked In fields in North Coun try for feeding on the Can place large number ot stock lor winter feeding in Ed Beaver River and Peace River Districts on shares by the We can sell your cattle and sheep for you on the best terms For Prices and Terms write or Do it as the season is short tirao A Mercantile Traders Exchange 999 Teoler Edmonton Phone Q42 i 201ia the marshal call through his mega People attending tile dance tonight at tho will bo pro tected by the Mounted Later we heard that a lot of drunks Had chased the dancers homo the night and we thought we had pio hibition In JAPANESE FAVORITE IS DEFEATED Alexander and Beals former Interna defeated Ichiva the Japanese and Harold national Junior in a third round match of the National Championship Doubles Lawn Tennis tournament at the Longwood Cricket Club Vincent was the victor over also of in the final match of the boys Richards won in straight sets His victory entitles him to enter the National Boys Championship tournament at Forest Machinery and Tractor Repairs OF ALL KINDS Cylinders rebored and refitted with new Gears and gratesfor all popular makes of Lessee of the Lethbridge Iron SELLING OUT OWING TO ILLNESS A Rooming House and con tents in good Doing a good sell for rea sonable vAPPLY TO 7th opposite Gait Gardens or 546 13th Street North Phone 1155 2026 Spankie NOSE AND THROAT SPECIALIST rooms 121122 New Burns Corner 8th and 2nd Office Phone M2848 Residence Phone M2077 Interne and House Manhattan Noseand Throat New York Specialist to Calgary School Board DRAYING Of All Kindt Limited PrelfM FHONM fill Nursing Mission PURE FRESH MILK From tuberculosistested such milk for babies may do so The milk is free to those who cannot pay for and at coat Ut those whp Tractor Repairs We specialize in reborlng gas tractor and fitting oversize pistons and We have in stock at present oversize pistons tor all popular makes of gas Ford Engines Rebored NIVEN 216 1st Phone 1732 KNAPMAN PLUMBING AND HEATING Phone 1892 710 Fifth Reliable Shoe Repairs THE CITY BOOT AND SHOE REPAIR SHOP 408 2nd Phone 1734 Next Fire Hail J THE ROY ELECTRIC Contracting ot all Agents the World Famous Delco Light Country wiring a 618 4th Avenue Box 334 Phone 735 Auctioneering TO FARMERS AND OTHERS Having recently returned from the front I have had myauction eers license will again take up that business in Southern where I am wellknown throughout the coun I hereby solicit your Results are my best advertise Phone 1692 Yours very PORTER AUCTIONEER Long in stock and Sales conduct ed in any part of ALBERTA For Dates and Rates Call The Dowsley Land Leth Phone 1809 Roosa Transfer We meat all trains Day and us at or Phone 1269 PHONE 733 FOR THE REPAIR SHOP Shoes and Small Machinery 817 Third FARM LABOR THE PROVINCIAL WENT OF AGRICULTURE HAS OPENED A BUREAU IN THE BOARD OF TRADE OFFICES T LETHBRIOQE Tff To secure and distribute farm Farmers wishing to secure help should apply Immediately to who hat charge of thia free PHONE 1603 Freel Elliott Sheet Metal Works Expert Hot Air Q Work rr Phono 1713 tSO 6th 8t Alberta SPENCES AUTO LIVERY NIGHT TRAIN OR HOSPITAL LETHBRIDGE CLOSED CAR PHONE 1324 GEORGE MORGAN HOUSE DECORATOR 964 11th Phone 1483 Prompt and Reliable Work Done at Reasonable WAR VETERAN WHEN YOU HAVE A JOB TO OFFER Secy Veterans Club Phone 372 ;