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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 26, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta AUGUST tM8 THE LErHBRlUGE DAILY HERALD PAGE FtVft Mackay Joins Cabinet Is Municipal Minuter the now cabinet will bo Premier and minister of and Charles Milliter of Duncani Minister of public Attorney Minister of education and public George Minister of Wllfrld A meeting of the cabinet council propably will be held this evening at the final changes in the pro vincial cabinet following the appoint ment and swearing in of as attorney In place of the Premier Stew art will not make any definite an nouncement this but It generally admitted that the Mackay will outer the that he will be given the portfolio ol minister of municipalities and that tho Smith will go into the office of minister of education previously held by but that he will add the duties of the new do partment of public health recently and which has been In the hands of Smith since Its forma Gariepy will vacate the office of minister of municipalities to take up the duties of provincial Asked for Resignation Tho it is com municated with asking formally for his resignation on Wed nesday To the communication Cross made no not even an acknowledgment of the As no response tho premier on Friday decided to have Boyle appointed and the governorincouncll rescinded the orderincouncil passed In appointing Cross attorney The New Minister Alexander Grant it Is will become a member of the Alberta gov1 ernment within a day of la recog nlzed as one of the ablest men in public affairs in and has had a notable political career in the Ont ario provincial as well as in lio Is a lawyer by profes and is one of the outstanding criminal specialists of Can He is the foremost authority on municipal legislation and organization in this nnd has given val uable service on constitutional law as a member of the Born in Grey March son of Hugh and Katherine Mclnnes he was educated in Owen Sound Colleg iate Institute and Toronto fact that it was a Conservative During this tenyear term of office his outstanding ability as a debater and legislator brcfoint him to the fore ront of provincial first as minister of forests and to in the dying hours of the Ross govern he wan brought in to pro vide a factor of much needed strength and The defeat of that gov ernment In pttt the Liberal party In opposition and strong character of MacKay in brought him to the leadership of the party In 1908 In succession to qeorge Gra who Joined the LaOrier adminis MacKay led the Libera opposition for four which were years of discouraged effort to reorgan ize and rehabilitate a thorough ly disgraced by a previous decade of Comes to Alberta Tn 1912 MacKay broke off all his connection in Ontario and remov ed to Alberta where he established the partnership of Hanley and and settled In The next year he was elected to the Alberta legislature to represent tho constituency of He was reelected In His career in Alberta has established his reputation for strength and sagac ity and he has been recognized as one of the most valuable members of the in support of every policy introduced by the I An InterestlhQ Week I The political events of the last few weeks are of considerable On learning that the premier was de termined to carry out his Cross began to tight to hold his place in the He and his associates circulated the rumor that there was serious dissension In the that was part of a planto punish all the Laurier Liber als in the and that all these members were to be At the same time a summons was sent out to all the Liberal members who seemed Inclined to support ana who were unfriendly to Union The summons did not give any definite reason for the emergepcy and did not refer to the Cross Six members of the In eluding Eb Morkeberg and answered the On the day Pruclden also put in an The six were met in Edmonton by James an ac tive Cross in a small cau started in to point out to them the danger threatening the Laurier MacKay CATCHES FIRE load ing oil at the Imperial Oil Com panys Longue Point to the Canadian Pacific Ocean Services liner Lake a steamer of more than 8000 caught Equipment from all the east end fire stations is battl ing with the and stren uous efforts are being made to keep the fire from the ships oil The Lake Manitoba is a steel steamship which has been In the combined passenger and freight service of the Canadian Pacific Railway between Montreal and Liverpool for some Be fore the war she brought many as well as cabin pass engersto mm IN EFFORT TO STOP HOME With The British in of ihp Oor mann this mornihg launched another leavy counter The British tenanted them to cono up to the Jrltish trenches atil then met them with tho poiht Of th In many places wluM mvo been forced to at ih Hritish iro progressing enutiiuly because tho Germans have plu I in the roads In the hopn of ilelaying the ad vancing artillery and Tho Miowini the ways of the so far have not been caught b More liravy gnus nnd machine guns have bivn taken in the lost twelve The ap expected scmithing was go Ing to happen south of the Lato yesterday when Uritish patrols were in tli ncmy counter attacked but he waforced to retire without gaining any TUESDAYS GROCERY SPECIALS 50c 1 tins Malkina Best Per Shredded Per Dominion Corn 2 packets 1 tins Per tin EgQO Baking Per tin Packets 2 packets CANADA FOOD BOARD LICENSE Deliveries Every Hour 24c 35c 62c 24c 1 tins Gold Bar Pears Par tin Large Packets Ground 16 site Ufe Buoy 7 bars Large Soda Per packet 3 pails Swifts Each Spring Clothes 4 dozen More Stories From Front of Gallantry of Canadians and the British arp nuking progress despite a stiff resisMmp from the Geiman Astride tiie River Somme the have mater ially advanced their line In the close fight south ot Ba paume numerous Germans worn killed or captured and the Heel rather than face the British NEED HARVESTERS I Moose Aug rapid ripening of th sequent unexpected to grain and con increase in bar and latter practiced law in Owen party and tlle Of the members His first was o the The members ob in teaching he being to being told what to do by vest operation In this there has been an call sent out by farmers for Another GOO men could be placed in this vicinity at The direct result have been boosted from that wages 4 to It is the stocking work that is calling for There has been a genera call for help from the city and em plovers have been requested lo reduce their staffs If In the harvest trains that arrived yesterday were a great many By Canadian Press Correspondent The Canadian Everywhere from ti River Scarpn xumerous stories are coming to to Lihons tbebattl to lividiull and in nrnirrpSH i IltllHl UL in tho field during tlio recent IghtinE east of A Manitoba Mltallon was held up in an attack on which UPS within the old Somme trenches and was strongly leld by an elaborate trench system of machine that tho capture of trie stronghold was essential to UIP suc cess ot the entire thp com manding officer collected all the men available nnd personally led a dashing assault into the heart of the enemy A tank coming head ed this through the streets and his example so inspired all ranks that ther advance was irresistible and af ter tho village had been mopped up the battalion consolidated position to the east and held it against all coun toattacks for two A Central Ontario battalion did eq ualy good work in front of Beaucourt on August The cavalry had been held up here by converging machine gun fire from south of the Roye Road and tho woods to the north and battalion was similarly held its commanding officer realized that the to the position was a small wood to tho which was alivp with machine Taking advantage of HIP smoke screen afford ed by a burning tank ho led In has tily collected party and rushed tho capturing 16 machine guns Tho battalion then took the town with a tho enemy retiring Very brilliant work was done by the scouting officer of a British Co lumbia regiment throughout the op erations of August 8th to On occasion he single handed rushed one an enemy holding up machine gun which was the He shot wound These cases or Paramount One More Ameri All Hie human interest and charm of Jules of lie Strong Ilia preceding this Is saying a great to be found in with a cast of especial excel including Helen Ray mond and Tho story was originally written by the while the scenario was arranged for the screen by Olga It is a tale of an Italian immigrant and his struggle against the machinations of a wily political AT THE EMPRESS A Modern Lorelei is presented with a splendid cast headed by Ty rone Power who is known wherever stagp and screen plays have been His fine work and impres sive personality helped make Loits Webers Where Are My Children tho success it was and his virllo act ing in The Planter stands out In that featuro In Lorelei takes the part of a seal fish er and gives his usual strong deline ation of a strangely sympathetic Tho girl Frances is iri the hands of pretty Frances Burn a little blond whose work under the direction of Henry Otto is a re Opposite her appears good looking Jay Belasco whose face and acting is well known in the Christie two of the crew and took the other two prisoners but received a sevoro single handed at tacks on machine gun positions are by no means The corporal of a Western Ontario battalion on 9th worked his way to a disused trench to an enemy machine gun post which he killing two and taking four of the crew He di m b t then turned the gun on tub rotreat1 ing principal of Port Rowan High prlorto reading law with Alfred of Owen After being called to the Ontario bar in he engaged very successfully in the of law and was created lu 1902r He practiced in Owen Sound as the part ner of several important until when he removed to Public Career His first participation in public affairs was as a member of the Owen Sound board of where he displayed a grasp of educational prob lems and progressive In 1902 he was elected member of tho Ontario legislature for North The Handsome Stones on view here are not so expen sive as you may We prepare them no Immed iate orders are on for that reason youll find their cost very reasonable and their artistic ex cellence Lethbridge Monumental and Cut Stone Works 8th Street an outsider in this pointed McGeorge asked them to call upon This theyrefused to do and insist ed that they would go straight to the premier and hear what he had to Waited on the Premier They waited on the premier last They were met in a open Stewart as sured them that federal politics had not been introduced into prpvinclal affairs since he had been ami would not be by the government while he was The visiting members were quite convinced of the sincerity of the pre In they Had never doubt ed They were made doubly sure when they learned that the probable successor in the cabinet had been the foremost Laurier supporter In west ern The majority of them went the length of expressing approval of the action of the and no one The effort was a com plete Thus ended the attempted insur rection by FIXAPRICEOF ON RYE has just been received here from the executive of the board of grain that a fixed price has been established upon The figure announced communica tions to the local grain exchange Is for top grade based on shipment to the head of the Great SPEAK IN CITY If arrangements now under way are for mer postmaster recently re turned to Canada from a German prison where he has been since the beginning of the will speak in Lethbridge about Sept The Rotary Clubsof the province are now arranging for Belands tour of the It is understood Belarid will deliver only five ad dresses in the and if the Leth bridge Rotary Club is fortunate en ough to secure him an immense crowd is expected to hear The Rotary Club at its meeting today em powered the officers to secure Belauds appearance in and a definite announcement may be expected within a couple of Port weekly statement of receipts and as issued by the board of grain commissioners for the last weekend show the following Receipts wheat oats barley 2700 flax oats barley 746G flax oats barley flax 4516 In oats 307 barley flax member of the board of grain super returned here today after at tending the meeting of that body in Wood declared that the embargo with respect to the shipment of wheat from Alberta would also ap ply to that portion of Saskatchewan TO GO TO JAIL Chandler and Fairbairn were sent to the Okalla prison farm for three months today for having in their possession banned literature of the International Bible They refused to pay the flue im pearance in a feature for some time as Jay is going to fight for his coun At the Empress COMMUNITY The community kitchen movement is spreading very rapidly in mrt interesting experiments iro being worked out in the large northern cen tres for all classes of Types vary from the ordinary restaurant type for munition to the kitchen which merely Augi to cooks and Potions the food and dte attempted a colInteroffenSive on A COUNTEROFFENSIVE FAILS for private j on certain railways east as Moose running as far Have You Won That Suit WATCH FOR HESTERS CALLED TO THE FRONT ADVERTISEMENT IN WEDNESDAYS HERALD Wood said that it would affect mills as well as that the latter could only secure wheat from the new crop by special permission from the ex ecutive of board of It is a question of safety Wood The board of sriper vlsors had much information regard Ing the many and varied estim ates running all the way from 000 to bushels of wheat The board considered that the seed problem was of first and vit al importance and ruled that there more than was necessary tor President senate prohibition leaders said is not opposed to legislation pending In the senate proposing na tional prohibition dfcring the but has suggested that the proposed time for its becoming effective January t be Negotiations to that It was seemed to assure an agreement for passage of the hill and also for some extension of the limit to liquor The prohibi tion bill was temporarily side tracked today in the senate In favor of the man power legislation and also to time for the negotiations between the ppposinK SUCCESSOR TO EARLDOM KILLED Lathrop has returned from a business trip through Washington and He reports that crops in that pnrt of the west are not so good aa they are and that on many farms valued at per acre the reaper will not be used this Lathrop states that the agri cultural experts In those states are opposed to the greater production MPipaign where It results in ft fanner more land than he can prop erly causing poor farming and a reduction of the average The effort next year will be for a big tho Leonard tributes it in containers service in the The chief usefulness of these kitch of General ens seems to be the conservation of glon between food and labor The lack of servants has come to be a real prob lem in English homes of every and the sudden introduction of food substitutes has filled most amateur cooks with So far only scien tins science experts who have hnd special been able to use substitutes effectively and economically in the preparation of really palatable and digestible The average hometrained house keeper requires a great deal of advice and teaching before she can devise proper mealsfrom the raw food ma terials now The preparation of food ordinarily comprises at least onethird of the labor of and in many private establishments consume the whole time of one or two domestic The community kitchen means conserva tion of labor as 40 or 50 workers pro perly organized in a central kitchen staff can do the work of about 400 ser vants in individual English papers of recent date bring tho news that many of these kitchens have become so popular that they are likely to become especially as dynes has warned the British people that food control must continue for some time after tho v Undoubtedly scientific methods ol food conservation will be necessary for America for the next 10 or 15 years if everyone is to be and this gram opens up an Interesting of possibilities for women trained in scientific Uptodate the aver ago woman has been given no proper training to meet such even In the The courses of domes tic science taught usually in Canadian public schools have not been scleneo a large scale against the right wing of General Mnngina army in the re Vallly anil Tho attack utterly General Mangins army repulsed the Gorman onslaughts everywhere and in some Instances gained The French flung back the attacking troops even beyond their starting What the Press Agents Say AT STARLAND George Beban is performing at the Starlaml theatre today In his newest EMPRESS I TONIGHT TRY A HERALD WANT AD IT WILL BRING RESULTS THE PICTURE BEAUTIFUL Featuring the everpopular Tony Power AModeraLorelie Also your favorite comedian Gale Henry and Hughle Mack In SAVED FROM A And Latest Current Events TONIGHT THE EVER POPULAR William Farnum in PLAYING FAIR In direct lino of succession to the Earldom of Scot has been lulled In He was the eldust son of Hour ness of Vancouver and went to Franco two years ago as a lieutenant with the Princess He won his military cross at the battle of the and was promoted to a major at tho age ot A younger Eric has been missing sluue last May and is believed to bo a prisoner in JOINlWl but not larger than can be nnd afrongqWfnU toi well The crops in parts of The cost will he ono dollar per It is the ijesiro of the board of trade that as many as possible of the bus iness men of Lothbiidge join in the trip to Raymond on Those desiring to go who have not auto mobiles should telephone Secretary Oliver Hoard qf foi well The crops in parts of Oregon and Washington are not turn ing out so well been It Is likely yla Stirllifcs the be at hut merely technical instruction n based on several for more or less expensive When there is n shortage of raw material required as an in gredient of these the public school graduates nnd even the domes tic science instructors have proven to be rather Tho food control of the future moans frequent curtail ment of common food vary ing with crop failures and transporta tion If we are to avoid any serious change in home we must begin a much more vigorous program oC and we must reorganize our public school courses on a thor oughly scientific Wo must also demand a more thorough training of instructors than any Canadian Insti tution Is glvirfg at JOINS SIBERIAN FORCE Major James the first Canadian to win the Distinguished Conduct Medal In the present has signed for service in tho British con tlngent of the Canadian Siberian He is a former first vicepresident of the Great War Veterans Association of QEOR3E More JESSE XASKY GEORGE BEBAN in One More American Also the Latest War Picture and a Good ;