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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 17, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta 1917 NUMBER 210 WEiWAXT KXOWLEH SAY 320MAIMED CANADIAN SOLDIERS ormn nnmun UrDSUUfttmu Joe Holds on Branding on Seci ond Day Sonte Ex as Eccd ns aid Iho boys from the Me He roped with a slightly long cr stretch ot nnd the calves shapcKr tlio caifwrestlers M that he a lost tisno Ho made Iil misses f crowdhunR breathless onytlie out come the timft was announce llwai linowll Pet ore mighty shout went up all through Knowlcs gJ to Ottawa to present lueir ca useu to heir artificial At least one thousand mcro people visited tho Etampcilc yesterday after Inoon than lue ouenlng and this iu spite ot tho fact tint there was no public holiday cither here orat Jla grath or The attendance yesterdaj was a surprise aiani iicde and a pleasant The stands wore well there irioro than i Ihousand automobiles on the and the crowd the 1 best stampede program ever staged this Feature Event As was the feature even of afternoon llie second half branding contest between the V I KniElit and Jlclntyrc Joe French Paper Makes Protest Peters rcizued supreme when llwas all His time of 11 minutes 1U1 13 HI BILL If tlicre is anyone In the city who has imt visited the Veterans eihtbil at the tho opportunity should bft iiis evening to do 60 The boys have a little bit of Some ivhere in France transplanted tlie ami with tho exhibition o war relics they have an exhibition that should not le Seo Sul ctdo Plcadilly Trench and ttio typical dugout where the boy sleep when not on couple of real periscopes tators to seo themselves are there to tell you a about He sure you visit It tonigh Independent Action Taken By Peg Liberals Becondsmade on Wednesday for the 25 calves was soou to beat noli o Kins the KniKht Ran rh fav r the nriteon liorae Kinscys me 34 a French Liberal niorhlUB Ppef ot this minute am a quarter j lays clear Knriit rancli roper workedbard but that there will be two parties at the MB so smootb and coming election the conscriptionists didntigei away led by Sir Hobert Borden 1 Majority Was en Replies to Bennetts Criticisms the led by Sir AyiJSild Some conscriptlohista In says the are do an e cas U the lire in as Rood toe their best to that the wrestlers M that he liiljbn contains lutibn a declaration favoring We explained the o his by explicit declarations the house qf cominons ihe speciiic arid incontrovert ible faclihat1 conven tion rejected by a crushing majority test proposed by Turriff Observed 6 oclock this afternoon the commons divided on lllon George Grahams amendment I to the secorM reading Sir Thomas i Whites bill to provide tor the pur chase of the 60 per of the Cana dian Northern Railway capital stock not now controlled govern nenL The which favor cd foreclosure proceedings under the legislation of when was advanced to the Canadian Nor thern was defeated on a di vision of 07 to a government ma jority of North votedwitii the DutotUer the on party Tlie chief featre o the debate irbm Yesterdays program was hotter than the i hoi Ms restaurants ami oth the many in iiain iiu a criticism ui uiu v day for the reason that there werent conscription It inougn Ma nosal bv member from so horces and cat j absolutely to i or eating places are Riven until the reply to his objections or lhe scrring o Alnrnfrnvl tho bv Arthur I 1 IB ClllUt V UL Thouch holfls rctauranls and oth the many in which ham and a criticism of the government pro b Ma nnsal bv member from Manager Cheescraan ot the Cardstpn fair is in the city today arranging var ious attractions for their eeul which conies off uextMonday and The Cardslon people are leaving no stone unturnedto make tiieir lair a success both in point of attractions and always has n fine collection and this year the best attractions they have ever The Boucher shows be the These shows here during the added the occaslbjt may expect quite bridga people to Monday and and harvest is in they will draw a large crowd from their Iilish null French Press ing Attacks Battle Will Have Effect on the Snbniiirine Warfare y Canadian Overseas Canadian Army Headtjuarterj in total num her of prisoners captured by the Canadians in the action around Lens is now over Reviewed Offensive via neuters Ot awa correspond ent at British Army Headquarters tele graphs under Thursdays note Con and bitter fighting progressed throughout the day on the whole Renewed joint AngloFrench often slve appears to have been but the situation on the right Sank is a little Troops there are moving toward PolygondeZonnebekfv but the Germans are delivering of their heaviest counterattacks Further we have unquestion ably done very Langemarck It reported In our hands and there ia fighting well beyond The mention of Langemarck recalls the first battle of Ypres when the third brigade met tho 27th German division advancing with arms linked in consciousness tlietr overwhelming Oui machine gun fire so cut them up thai lie liliikcd route hard iHlis bt in good that in approv ing taken bythe fherc wcrel ine of tlie proJTdmpf the some accidents to mar the Wilfrid approved of Coyote Brown of Tills is quite well by Llb had the misfortune to break his steers neck in the roping He made a nice catch liut threw the animal so i hard Ihat It hadto IO This is the first steer TheDulldogging Toronto who dn not want any longer as Independent Action the i champion Dutch picket one and before he could turn it over it rammed him Into the track taking the wind out of him so that he Imd lo lie carried off lie Jim Lynch of vllles ot the North sates to the Liberal In the ImMoRgins event the worlds sates to the Liberal hamion Dutch a hard lion a is s rccoruing mat sued by tho they stand for national conscription of money and resources and arc uo lead Tho statement with ISth for the serving meals without orham on observing the new Pat rons who called this morn ins for ta con and CEKS ur ham eggs IhDy were living in war Thoy the eggs but no bacon nor luncheon and at dinner tliis even e no lieef mut other es pecially being in The other eating places in the city too tho ground that as they were giv en till the ISth to not attempt to feed the sainpeile crowd or beef in the Jlore fowl will o the legislation by Arthur be It is cheaper than beef j solicitor Ben And there is a growing demand Beti farorcd tlie principle ol taking for fish1 on the part of in1 over he and objected to eluding the There are j Jrahams bul many who think that a that itshould be modified m manyj should be started in the West as vas j respects in order to safeguard the i the case In Toronto where fish were rights of the One ot his brought from the Atlantic coast oljections was that pledges of retailed for cents per Fish j capital stock arerecoguized by the isruuch cheaper here than but 1 Ho maintained that It IB thought that if the volume of j there should beno consideration for business was done in that article of ino pledges but simply for the owners food it would lie possible to sell tho Tuesday will bj the first day of home close to People are al r f I loRillt nf TtlficdaV nnfl Fntla Mont cot avay luckier than any of I the wish that the truly national BOY the miaretlc of entrants an had his nf men Inwhose WIli steer on tho ground in 23 the Integrity the public have the wu o faro fastest time of the stampede so and represenllnK all In tlie Arrangemepts are nlso being inaiie i as Lynch caught his animal ritfit in front winthewar policy may immediately Q cnt out 11EC of DIeal on I of tlio grandstand and follKhl it to a be formed as Uic best meansi of main lowerprices than now Canada ig now beginning to do with out soiiio articles of food to help the ami this is bringing llie war vincial labor board ol Bennett suggested among other trade yesterday out tilings that tleValne of the Canadian Northern railway be arrived at r l uly lalkins of Tuesday less Th People are al he aml mJ W3r alKl They arc not n on the basis of the cost equipment pre o to gransan an og Etnndstill before tiie big crowd which tainlng the honor of Canada in the gave a big hand when his hands went Mike Hastings also got his in full view of tho crowd but It tool him G3 seconds to put Parker furnished some thrills when he was riding his choice of After the animal had taken four jumps Parker evi dently thoilKht he could stick it with iout his hands imthc The next 1 thing he know he was ten feel up In the air and then on the ground miuus his He was not Several of tfie boys wcrr piled lilghr nnrUiandKonic in bucking vyith Faddy iiyan and Jim were of the American tal ent who picked had ones and Iclt their the worst horses will be turned Ryan was untorlunale in picking Kaisor a MS black from the Knight ranch as his mount and as no one ever stayed with him there Is no reflection on Jn the steer riding without saddle Charlie King goka He was the steer going down with him and when Ilia animal beat him to his feet took a hunt at him until chnserl out of Iho way by some cowboys ctoso lie was the only one to have a Dilshnp In this The feature shooting of Texas flcorgc was even better than on the previous lie missed the llitle black halls very selling five out o six with six gun from his Kay Ktilehl himself has challenged Ilic winner of tlie roping event and tlm special event will bo staged today in which Canary Hed and Shoup will lake Tool Races i The hundred yards dash resulted as on flunsworlh Rkou and Ilunsworth Toilny winds up the bin stamtieilo for this yearY H hasbeena success both from Iho entertainment and the financial point of view and there Is a decided calj for the stampede to be riiadc an annual event be coupled with Ihe air Ttay mond and Magralh chibblns together lo make It a success In every partial certain Brown bread awl other substitutes will be served as required y the orderincouncil published Chefs are now racking their brains for new dishes tc take Ihe places ot federal troops Montana and Idaho to keep war and to check is rtgarded by officials as a possibility in tho near future should the threatened strikeatlain serious pro and state and In be to tlie situa tion of justice and theVbbara of mediation and food and other government agencies werieturfy Ing with some appreKenelon to day the situation Irr the north and vws to ta meet any tu the govern tat the Verm goes lo siiowirabnt the right to reject that there arc paring to follow oijtthe plnu beins forced on the and will not serve lice f nor pork oil and Big Attack On Ostetid admiral ty announces the successfulcarry ing out yesterday of a scries qf raids by aviators of the royalnay al air servict who dropped many tons of bombs objec tives in Ostend railway station and sidings and tKrcugh out the railway junction wire Et the airdrorro at GhjSlcllcs was bombed and several fires Were Attacks from the air were made on the airdroniet at Engel AU the air planes returrtcrf Police Seize Arms From fMlrish I of the arbitrator should it Arthur llcighen in hia reply ild that the Isibt mentioned jy tho jncmbcr from Calgary vas worthy of He dirt not regard as serious Bennettsviews nore than Ho finds that the mim aer ot men availahlfi aboiit cqualsthp rtcmantl SP Wages being tfaid vary omiJS lo per day for harvest Next week will sccharvesl real The Jlacleod Aldorsjde where llie was some what are reported harvesters excuralonsfrom the east have will bring a lot ot men the west It Is not expected there too tHrtt the sum of was paid by to then premier of New during for the signing of the contract for construction of the VaHcy railway wai made yesierday by Gould at the hearing of the evidence In connection tha arbitration proceedings before ChiefJustice The bitration arises from Goulds claim for almost half a million dollars compensation for the action of the government in lak Irin Ihe railway ou of his hands after his company had carried out to the pledges of Canadian Nor thern railway Their rccogiii lie would make no diffcr i ence in fucing thevalue ofthe stock The vas disposed to be severe with the Graliani ninontf He ilescriJiCt it as policy of it would notbe riralilc to the evening session Ho dnlphe oihcr opposition mcmborsuoMaridttl that tho govern ment shonM brfnF the names of the bonnholders They saii that iarlianient was en itUlerl to this The min lisler in slated hia ibcHcf titnt 51 per of the slock i vag intrie control of Mackenzie anti He know who the oivnfcra uf tho remaining shares were aiil it not necessary to he sarlr liecausu tiir 51 per o the t remiyiinnrj 00 psr not in the poa even our own soldiers were nauseated By the Both sides are1 nghtlng desperately in the neighbor ftood otiGlencorse a strong tic i ilntantrj the sentient precision of the artillery bar Naiperiencet befalliiip tie emraUrrattackS wivs thecurf headed them a creeping Machineguns represent the dlfflculty with which we liava had tc Konnebeke was the scene fierce fighting Slurmlrupnen chiefly French progress well but their mainly designed lo conform witn 06 1 Meaning of Big Battle j The respondent writes Reference1 has been made In this column to the ad vantages for submarine attack the Germans possess In fortified Belgian The first lore has pointed outin to ports that while pstend is opento ttack from the sea itIs much hiore lifficult to do permanent to which Is only an or the inland harbor of It may fittingly meitioned therefore that the fighting how taking placG on tlie western front is described Proliibitibh to night British Colijmbiaf expect to Know of inauguration of nrohibition this finis I the change wiH riightV bition received its declares recent erendum to have been of prohibition which will come effect if bllj STOP SUGAR TRADINGS New York New York Coffee rmd exchange has been 1 renirtiinnf w psr not in ine unu ousm of tho eovernmcnt was su til re tines led by Herbert the cient to Implement cpaso I sllgar It was at the exchange wsn battle for tho in The success the military arm should have a reflection upon the sub marine Magnificent Suicidal Describing7 lermati counter attacks the Cana Beacli of the Dally writes that endeavor at Lens was The 4th Prus1 sian forming part of an armv fcbrps of giiards jnnrching in columnf of swung out from their ochlnd Ihe town and adianced to drive home a counter thrust against ihe mtorfor Canadians they found that the north of theii line of march was so exposed thai Ihey dared not top the crest on that and on the south side the swampy ground hampered them that they could not deploy They marched on still in and came into fire first then directly from a number of out converging field guns In all they marched nearly three miles under direct fire was magnificent but suicidal via The police and military are and firms from unaiilnirljeil volunteer troops In Ireland both innorth and hive been made and arms Dublin Advices received at the Canadian Pacific railway ie parimenL natural resources Hut Iho firat harvestera excursion of son to Western Canada left Montreal ThursiTay via ihe hag tipfn here of tho consisting appelal trains the dcalli from jvoumts of who Mfljor a in pntherlns Canadas f well known Winnipeg real The total facilities a small estate her of voniea ntid cliililrcn looked ff i gain belWpen tlio 1 company as to purchase of the it was a cur rent minor Sir Clifford Siflon was a In nc extent of in reply said was trying to throw out He neve I heard itic of Sir Clifford Slfton mentioned before as a possible stock Oliver said thurc no need of buying the whole sixty million dollars worlh of The government csnM set by buy from which point tlhtrlbu I tlOA willbe the rirafrle pro t Tjia overflon cxcurftioi con sibling of atudt five hundred left Wid ncaday nighl another special Another excursion ivill leaveHCil veok from ing eleven million dollars The rest was a hjiml Jleighcn observed Jihat if the government onscrvcti mai 11 ewvti jiiiieiu lyiifi I control thfcjf have to cdntthue io The rest of the sloth WliAlHEU woutl bo foailo Valuable bythe conn 20 lry gj i Xo bail been made in the lllC house planes flying at hioh speed ed together 800 feet In the air at Armour camp one of the machites btffst Ing Into and plunging to killing aviator Cadet S M The other aviator name Is withheld thf R6ya1 flying able his and retthtd The bpdy of several thousand men was shot down They died and did not In all ten counter at tucks have lieen Attempted already against the Frjnch Report f last attacked new positions gained b Fioiich on rlvei in Bel gluiS office announces thtt they were repulsed i Vigor oua Oerman assaults on the AHne front also were beate f back The Germans also made a violent alUck on the Verdun front They gained a lostS in Fronch advanced nt some points bul ejected by coimteraltacks Britith Report Aug made tuo LOUiler attacks last nlgnt new Bntlih poaltiona Loos gained temporary success at the office subsequently the British line wm established ;