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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 22, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta THR LETmtfMB flLRCHOMM MM ihe let us remind the tomrnitgloners that is a plot of to the left of the entrance wliicJKls on plans for football and other These grounds may not needed flow gillie the war is but fkllway department should1 be teoreenMng itself 1n getting themlinto Shape ittle by agatnot the May when itjbere will fee need for OF arn sue Array and cap the Ger the Ger flu Noyon front the fcavB taken tawtgnr and are around to of in such a mart Her bj stliari a or Ob the Wont the allied tbrdes arc the rail mfles the Ifte fcreriy tjifa froit ajmptt V PN theres therer Thats endthere is lot df truth in Jt Jt too n vjujfipf the that the Herman soldiers are revolu Of we do not put much we satisfied German soldiers are too inUch the slaves of German military machine to dare to revolt Bat even though that Is the a who talks of revolt against fcis rule8 Is not Ukely to make a gpod the The jne of the Allies during the past month leads tothe belief that the German soldier is getting sick of his It the Allies keep prodding him they been doing he Is likely to grow much more weary and his talkof revolution will become more just now the revolution ftory only intejysting in that it proves is not going according to the usual machinelike Huns depend program the PBIlMlf R VISIT TO 1 Premier Stewart went to viiiUel battle zone jind came a better man and a better pre One has only to hear him speak of his experiences and his impressions to know thatA man of Premier given a birds eye of the immensity of the Allied vndertaking in France and Flanders cannot ajnd his Impressions are bound to leave their park in that petty politics at home tbeir Not that pre mier Stewart ever was a petty poll lie never conld have been ac eqied bt being in that but bis visit puts him In line to become a This is shown by his de that the one big next to winning the is to the fcest policy iaslmllattng Ikyrn men intorelvU premier art is preildent aC the Alberta ed Soldiers citys can P vide thousands of which are for The pre K the gtwrtd la not a costly is In a tlon to Make at Henderson Lake the park on of the Trades and LaporCoBgres ofCao in thrctty lew days and Ih the course of Interview with stated hjs opinion that pric ftiipg war the one logical ntethod to labor uri thattime we have seen that the gpvernflient has granted the min ers an increase 26 ceijts per day to inset the jiffcrease in the cost of and as operators increased theprice of 20 onts per ing another increase to the of livingin order the miners may be paid enough to metft the increase the ooet of funny Tie MjwJicJua Hat disciusdtg frvlftgcosts and price tells of hasWeen donefa Australia ft just such are tyve Aoted above Tn Canada iifdueto wBatlabor feels Hi theuh Jncrwiie la the cent liv be an unreiBtricted rise in the rate of wages fol far from being Jhe matterof war toe pricesAustralia a whfch Canada follow with Realizing that one of the first effects the war would be toi raise Australian governmentappointed a Price Control The duty of boardwas to examineinto the cost of raw material and the coat of and to fix a price to he consumer after making a fair al owance for transportation and for reasonable By this method the price of articles of clothing and other necessaries was fixed and the scale was revised from time to time as occasion That the appointment of such a board in with power to fix trices would react favorably on labor s and much of the rest which is now only too evident n the labor world would be eliminat At prices increase in many cases apparently without reason the struggle to make both ends meet increases in The Board deals with the question to some but its powers are Uni ted and do not go nearly far enough o meet the demands of the The appointment of a board with plen ry powers to fix prices wouldbe hail ed by the longsuffering consumer as a sign of that democracy for which he world is enduring such pangs to Whenever a suggestion is made to make any such move a terri lc outcry arises from those whose In terests are threatened that it cannot be and that the disadvantages of such a course of action would far outweigh the The an swer to this Is evident If It can be done in it can be done PICKED aeited liquor at Toronto at made rests in ifith the sslsure Alderman known Mont real was cmigfcKfty thf Mili tary police AUGUST Itll a trliveHer Irom Win robbed wttKFln his room in a btfardihg place vat of bt Unity is tracing up theithleves Commission re sure result of nenee wore nytopa that direct have been casting CanadUni for viittlpg the say case it has proven ft fine provliicpof HINOEH80N The announced Intention or Com nlMlonpr Meech to conimence next jfprlltf a campaign tor the beautifi MtlOB 9 Hendereon Park win meet general What bar been 40 with the exception if the artificial lake and the drive taw been following general plan and leading is wanted is a general plan the whole result It may t be possible to reach tbat result one or or even five or tout by following set plan ill fee a certain continuity in the which now cost of the work will be incon 10 KAISERS ARE NOT OF ONE MIND dispatches deny that the conference between Emperors William and Charles result ed in an agreement Austria and according to advices to the Dally Mall from The It is said that Germany appears to have reached an agreement with the pro visional govertiment of Poland over the head of It is reported that the Germans have rejected plan for increaeing the forces on the western while Austria rejected provisionally thp German solution the Polish ques does not mean it la that the plan to send a large Austrian force to the western front has been UMNGLISfl TREATY British ambassador to United at the American Luncheon Olub denied reports that have circulated he had retufoedhprnp to drift terms of an offensive and defensive alliance between Great Britainand the United i There is a word of truth in the Reading for the purpose for cjejr AH appeared in London Evening News on August 14 and was cabled to this with t eaulpniontAyill accompany the Canadirin fc is only those Who have seen be After making to tents provided Junch as a protest against thejr meal being cut some 500 returned sol diers at Tuxedo Convalescent Hospi went The big steamer War built at Vancouver in 68 days has been successfully The keel plate was laid aboutthe flay the big are and for several there after work was seriOuajy Matthew a pioneer settler and merchant of the Morris died at the family was one of the best known residents of the Red River host of friends throughout the The British veterinary service rec ords show that from the beginning of the war to horses and males have beentreated in horse hospitals In of which number or per cent were cured and sent back to the tinder forced conditions and atnom inal the Germans are selling many beautiful French chateaux and lomes in Prince William of bought the ihateau of Baron de near Three meatless week have been ordered by the municipality liu horities at according to an official dispatch from The Austrian capital is reported threaten ed complete exhaustion of its meat Charles Watertlown six years was instantly killed in Hamilton when hefell under the wheels of a heavy He tried to climb up one of therear wheels into and when the team moved he was thrown under the A wealthy business to contribute a sum of money large enough to supply one of the mission ary bishops of the Churchof England with ai I believe this would enable the bishop to visit the outlying parts of his diocese with much greater ease than at said the To perpetuate the memory listed men in the navy who losp their Secretary Daniels photographs to be sent to the recruit ing bureau of Copies of these photo graphs will be sent to the training station where the subject began his naval is the casualty list as having been killed in Davis before enlisting of Bt Peters Anglican Edmon He came to Edmdnton from Sas katchewan some years ago to take up the Three children were drowned In full sight of thousands of people at Vincent de near a motor boat travelling at a high speed crashed into a rowboat in which were and their three children andthe child of a The ValllancourtH were watching the Miss Bernadette for five years a member of the Alberta Govern ment Long Distance Telephone is leaving Seattle witli the American signal corps for where she will act as telephone speak ing French and Miss Dou cette was accepted for this service early in the Wounded for the fourth time is the record ft of Eort former Winnipeg bank whose name appears in the wounded Floyd went overseas with the 45th battalion and is now with the Canadian Floyd won the Solitary Cross in The at the front is reported of Capt Edward Goff Trevor son of Goff exeditor of The Quebec whf is at pres ent in England with the Canadian edi tors who have recently returned from the continent after a visit to the battlefields of Miss lean of the University of North been appointed to pettlon of turer in Engllth MtBraBdon The crown DttncSit lie companted by the grand duke of Mecklenberg and Princess of has made a submarine trip to accdronlg to j In addition to blng decorated with the Military Oross for gallnntr devotion to We son of and John of has ftlto been promoted to the rink of At Brantford the shareholders of the Ontario Portland Oement Com decided to go into voluntary llq nictation of the The supply of marl at the plafctat Lake has become i Perry of Edmon ton lias been awarded the military He left city in April 1917 and joined the 68th Canadian field artillery at going overseas with a draft from that bat tery a few weeks Miss who has been mayoress of for last 3 received a presentation from women in thetown on her twenty first birthday in recognition of her She became mayoress when her mother As a basis for calculating the am ount of food which must be provided for the human the InterAl lied Scientific Commission has found that an average man of 154 pounds working eight hours a re quires food having aft energy value of v The winner of the first prize in the Victory Loan poster the thousand dollar victory is the son of Theophile a noted Bel gian landscape and a nephew of Gabriel even more noted as a figure his father and uncle are now in having escaped when Germans occupied their EASTERN ARENOTSftTISFIED Local postnjsn fire riot satlaftiisrvththe In crease granted to special meeting wtll be held at which the mat ter will be discussed and a course of action decided Same at Postmen here are no more satisfied with the award of the government as to their pay than are their colleagues in They object to extra pay being given to the Western contending that war conditions have raised prices through out the country and that the Eastern men have experienced a greater in crease in the cost of living than their Western A strong delega tion will be sept to the postmens con vention in Hamilton in September to present this JAPS KILLED IN THE In the country owing to the price of rice continue and there have been many clashes throughout some of which were very aer The government has poipprpqiii ed with the newspapers concerning re ports of the disturbances and per mitting the publication of two official bulletins Reports of rioting in 18 in addition to Ny are referred to in the Disturbances occurred in the prefec tures of Ok wakayama and The bulletins emphasize that the dis turbances at Nagoyo were in the out skirts of the A police and the post office building were raided three policemen were A de termined attack was made on the po lie and military at Wakayama and one rioter was killed and several po licemen wounded Some mer cantile houses were attacked and plun dered and blue jackets were dispersed after a from Kobe state that in fighting there four members of mobs been kill ed and Uirpe the It is Claimed that Socialists are inciting the to violence at various Business Men Take Annual In Trip to MonarchNoble Section i business men took their annual tonic yesterday in the shapo of an auto tour of the and wliere Ibe ntiujic touch of the hundb of good farmers ulwitys pruiliicua crop condillon that cheers the nioBt bridge men have been in the Imbit of taking this tonic for the past lour or five Not that the tonic was particularly needed In when pass literally wallsof yliit wtal wUu the ral u quick cine was needed The tonio worked a wonderful for with drought and the business men saw crops jp people Vere astounded at the and they wore a ed when they got round to NottWford after touring and healthy and conjured up visions of the riJIItJflW heard from nit owf month the aiitrraoce that there wae no particular danger of any parent of AMs There were twentyfive cars from the elty and these were Joined by eight cars from the Mon arch and Nobleford From Monarch the party were taken west around the Monarch which are flourishing as and thence to the west farm of the Noble POunda On theway one or fields of were passed which will eafily overage from 36 to 40 and this Is no On Nobles west farm there was also a field of summer fallow wheat on which he expects toaverage 40 and some of it will go 60 without a ques the party were photo and alsosaw the rod weeder at and something of how other schemes 4n which Noble is inter will work They also saw several fields of newly sown fall in which Noble Is a great since it Is an enrlcher of the har vests earlier than wheat and thus dis tributes the and In addition is a very valuable White Lake District Going the party went round the White Lake and thence over to where lunch awaited them prepared by the ladies of Marnoch here thank the fanners of the two districts for their entertainment and the ladles for their and paid a tri bute to the good farming that was so evident in said that they were always on the and were never afraid of fail since they were all firm believers in the summer and one reason why they had failures in wheat this year and they income sections was that there was so much spring plowing and seeding of wheat in re sponse to the governments call for The summer fallow how ever was the only From Nobleford the party went around east and thence Noble hat in crop this year 1252 acres of on which he ex pects to average on the whole from 20 to 25 On his summer fal low he will average over He also has 952 acres qt oats and 800 acres of The Noble is much1 interested in ex perimenting with the new combination cutter and thresher which it is if will entirely do away with the necessity of binder and bundle The first feature of contrivance Is a cut ting rod which lays the wheat flat on the ground with the heads on Then there is a combinationwith a sheaf loader arrangement add the separator The entire combina tion will cut the pick It up and thresh and thus the cost of harvesting about in Noble tRtf 1 iftewlr trytef It I 1 WO Oimr Md MirihAll o 1 i day with the of ftfWHlUt for WbenYou Even in Canada by pinie to pinief tod it thfir you to niM jmdf wtftVtf fWl MpptQ 10 If to tht flnte iTitor they will bt rvpiMffl wIllMMt UMttMm for jrmrriMt Head Offa LBIHpMDOH MONARCH NQBLBPOKD BRANClf DANK Ai THE CAN ore M IAM ERC JOHNAttfc BANKING SERVICE MW Your banking may be entrusted to this Bonk with confi dence that careful and efficient will be Consult the Lethbridge Branch Manager Milk River Branch t Change in Train Service EFFECTIVE AUGUST 1918 VIA Calgary Calgary NORTH VIA MACLEOD Lathbridge Maclvod Maeleod A Calgary 10JO Lv Lethbridge Hat Medicine xUXXl lioett Lethbridge Mon Macleod Lethbi Idge Lethbridge Coutts Cardeton Tuesday Lethbridge Manyberriei except For further particulars apply to any Agent to District Passenger CASH Prizes for Boy s Girls The Herald Will Give in Prizei for the Best on the Suhject Patronise Home Dealers in Preference to the Mail Qrdff The competition is open to boys and girls up to and including 16 years of Two prizes will be given for the best essays by boyg and girls up to arid including 12 years of age ana two prizes for toys and 16 ol age and The younger girls and boys to be eligible fpr prizes for both First Prbe Second fritt I N r In each Thwe will two priiei each and two Emyi of Unfti I preiident ol tkt board ol and 4 chairman retail stctioB of the board of I Euayimwtbruitjy Auguit and should bt addrewed to The Buy at 1 Home Lethbridie ;