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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 27, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta the HftKAUD UMITM ttreet tuehanan ant Managing DMetM BnitetM HIM sea TILRPHONM MM ptt per by per jraw hT mall par taer w vl bf mail pat yaar to Dates of expiry ot tear dally on addraee lekel Aee Mea of explratiaa data m Mr authority to continue tha THE PROGRESS OF THE The British are now fighting along the old Hlndenburg line which the Germans occupied before their spring drive this At one or two points the British hare even penetrated be yond this which means that the Germans are falling behind their fir mer The British have en tered which they gave up last and are pressing their of fensive on all sides of this town which to only a matter of twenty miles from the great German On the French front the outskirts ot Roye have been reach In Russia the Boshevikl forces hare suffered a reverse from the In Abanla the Italians have inflicted a defeat on the Austrian THC NEW ORDER RESPECTING After the first of the coming year the manufacture of pleasure cars will be greatly and automobile dealers are beginning to worry over The defeats are paralyzing Available rmftrvea appear to have been hating been thrown away witli ntter recklessness as to the and It is reported that only Id divisions of fresh reserves The shortage of manpower Is halt ot the effectives that Germany had four years ago having been put out of the and the recruits from the 1920 class now used are not the stuff our ofttnsive and are hardly capable of effective Unrest growsin the Gorman Its morale continues to de But the Fwineh army Is in fitfe fettle and aggreefetve The British army stronger than greatly better in material and burn ing to avenire last springs It is credited by the French them selves with its wonderful victories in those new battles of the and comes back with renewed energy and determination and with scientific mastery of the new methods of fittht PREMIER STEWARTS DECISION Newspaper supporters of the Stew art government evidently have no fault to find with the premiers cab Inet The Calgary Al bertan views it this way Premier Stewart has strengthened the government by replacing W Cross with The pres ence ot Cross in Ahe cabinet for the last seven has occasioned a lack of harmony iaside the govern ment which was a During the premiership of it was quite well known that his position was more or less and while he enjoyed the outward prestige ol his the more important affairs of his office were not left to his and legislation nomin ally Doming from1 his department was initiated almost invariably by the pre He forced himself into the gov but he did not succeed in be loming a factor in the Sifton admin istration or in commanding con 9denoe of leader or his colleagues Although Cross was not unsym pathetic with progressive 10 was n careless with party ideal out of keeping with the PICKED UP PASSING His career opened promisingly In the But the New York this but he lost his eminence believes there is nothing to worry f in the ft al that while it is true the deal ers at least have little to If the production ot new pleasure cars Is cut off they will still have a limitless number ot second oars to trade Secondhand with the greater demand for them in default ot new clearly destined to enjoy a new There is no indicated oc casion for dealers to despair in the face of this GREATER PRODUCTION MEANS BETTER FARMING TOO A reatdent of the city brings back word the northwestern Pacific eopst agricultural experts there believe the campaign for greater which Has rasnlted In poor fanning methods in many should abandoned where it results in cropping land which cannot pro perly fee prepared for contention of these men is and Albertas exper ience this year proves Wetted that wellprepared summerfallow this year ife producing very fair Crop sown on stubble land cr spring plow Ing is prodaoine very Much of land woald ordinarily have been suriunerfal lowed this year and would prepared prodnco a yield year than wil nOw W All of tha greater produc tion campaign in Western Canada Greater piipdvction really means better fann ing methods as macb as it means a larger acreage is the only pUui that win year after wheat in poorly prepared cjround in Just the aame as an army attack which hasnt been carefully worked out and prepared may win but tha element of luck en tering into it is too greatto be de paadsd BACK TO GERMANY BCPORC THE SNOW Will the Hun armies In France and Palglwu be pinned back Jo the Rhine batora the soow flies t Tbat is a question no one can an Perhaps Generalissimo Foch could Ciro its the best Just be is busy demonstrat ing It can be but whether the operation can be completed he fore thesnow fHai not remains to be reported fortification of posi tions along the Meuse in 90 miles east Would seem to batray tha German fear that the hope expressed by Allies may be FboU apparently to press his advantage uatll and his reserves every m liila fighting in la tortolgbi exceed a Ger mao ajnil the lieavy casualties Of the Qeriuau aud the relative lightness of allied Iodises constantly rapidly iucrease our numerical though no was ex htbited a degree of recklessness not compatible with reputable adminis Strong insurgency within the party overthrew the administration and permanently dashed the by a series of maintained control of a faction suffi ciently strong to command recogni tion of the kind given him when he was admitted to his more OF less nominal The weakness of his career has been demonstrated in the steady dwindling of his until the last election stripped him of the remnants of his He forc ed himself upon the Sifton govern and remained there under open displays of lack ot confidence and he has preferred to be ignominously forc ed out of the present government when the opportunity was given to him to retire This lacking in dignity as it will not mitigate his present and re Teals clearly the weakness of his claim to MacKay who will replace is a man whdee ability and definite qualities of leadership have long marked him out among the mem bers ot the He has the confidence of his colleagues and a majority of the members of the legis and he brings brilliant long experience and a valuable equip ment of education and information to bis His taste for public his enthusiastic Liberalism and bis persistent advocacy of progressive causes fit him for almost any but be is especially well equipped for the department of municipal which he will probably At this stage of the development of the this department is most im But he would be equally at home in either the department ot edu cation or health require con structive genius of John who haa al ready assumed the portfolio of attor neygeneral will bring muchneeded ability to that He is an excel lent careful and thor ough in his a keen judge of character and ability in and progressive in his His adminis tration of the department of education lias beenabove and he overcome successfully countless dif ficulties incidental to rapid settlement and leaves a well organized based on an excellent George who likely to succeed to Ibis has al demonstrated his executive ab ility in the constructive health pro gram which he has The will for greater con fidence both inside and outsido the Shortage in coal has led to the use ot corn for fuel in The motion picture Industry has been recognized as an essential Indus try by the war board at In order to induce citizens to use more the Nelson city conn clll will sell cooking and heating ap pliances cost The revenue of the rfeglna General hcBpitalhas fallen nearly low the estimates Mr the first seven this of public eating places have been notified that they must olj taln a sugar certificate from theCan ada Food Board Experiments at Wisconsin Experl mental Station showed that 442 pounds of cookedpotatoes took theplace 100 pounds of cornmeal when fed to After being lost to his family for 24 years nnd Riven upfor Frank Tacoma has been found near through a classified advertisement In a San Francisco Janette who collected various went to jail unrier bonds charged with impersonating a British Government according to a Philadelphia pa A livewire farmer near Mount For with the help of a sixtyyearold commercial traveler who has not done any farm work for thirty and a village schoolboy twelve cut and shocked 65 acres of grain and 53 loads in The department of militia has suggested to MajorGeneral Har Har vey should be placed in of the British Columbia company to be attached to he CanadianSiberian Several unknown persons attacked the jaif at Carleton and after having smashed the lock on the cellar freed i Husiell a veteran with only one who charged with having stolen an auto mobile in A been starred to give Walter former pre mier of big recep tion on his return to Regina next an absence twoyears California and southern Bri tish Columbia for the his altoUIMJI of coal tor the wllf be Wns During the past seven months May or of haa delivered 150 According to frfed director of the bwea of a chocolate famine 1g about Jan Fornle is to issue school bonds payable In thirty yean at 7 12 per for a new high school site and James a former telegraph operator at is now aa in structor at a military wireless depot at where men are trained for wireless work trlth Captain Alfred Francis Blakney has been awarded the Cross for most conspic uous gallantryNm his command ot Vindictive in tfie raid upon the German naval base at Miss Nona of has Invented ingenious devices for and is a designer In the drawing office the air ministry where she has charge1 of a special sec tion ot men The anual report ot the Hudsons Bay company shows an appropriation of approximately for 1m provements at The report shows the past year to have been the most profitable for a flve year Dominion entoino logical field who a few days from an official visit to ha warned British Colum bia fruit growers and farmers to be prepared for an invasion of the lesser migratory An outbreak had occurred in some districts in and Trehenve says there is a likelihood ot the deedactive insects spreading to that Towhat extent the war has boosted automobile prices in England is Indi cated in issue of The publisheiPin and as its title devoted to the motor New cars over there are1 a thing of the past and in stead are used cars that are sold at war Jme Included in the limited list of used cars advertisements are 5 Hupmobiles and earliest model is 1914 and the model The 1914 model is offered for sale by the owner at the modest sum or or about at the present rate of a tour ing is quoted At or The average will be from 2 to 3bush els per on acreage seeded It is estimated that there will he sufficient grain for next years seed A number of farmers are seeding fall white are busy prepar ing uid is being Iff KftUiuf fall rye tseed Uy the eijlors of inuuleipal district ot requesting Uiem to supply the petitioners with fall rye seed and on taking the matter with ibe depart at Edmonton the secretarytreas received a the act empowering municipal districts to grant seed applies to spring only and not to fall CLARESHOLM harvest in this district is well under way and in some cases The wheat crop on summerfallow will yield even better than expected as the shocks apparently are as thick as last The manner in which the hades have filled this year is really As Claresholm held the record for num ber of bushels year in tMs province there is absolutely no doubt that the same thing will happen this Cardstonr wheat is nearly all harvested tn this although one big farmer is jnsf begin ning at Glenwood Some spring wheat fields of re porting his prelude wheat all Harvesting wilf be general throughout the whole district anil will be completed in a From present indications fall wheat will run from twenty to twentyfive bush els on summer spring wheat will rilti from twenty to jthirty bush while on the fall and spring plow ed lands yields will run from five to fifteen bushels according to locality and the kind of work Late nown fields are improving and will make more feed than estimated a month MILK tiore is nearly over and many are busy the average yield of wheat is around ten bushels to Lee who has best crops in he distfict expects to run twenty to twentyfive bushels to the The Stover ranch is threshing just now7 are getting a very fine of marquis wheat Utough the yield is scarcely up to One or two leaders are in use in the one of nur ambitious younger is very pleased with he work done by his Aug 75 per of cutting is completed in this Summerfallowed land will yield on an average of 16 bushels per Kail plowing almost a total fail considerable Howing done for next s in tills district compare favorably with any part of the district south and of Probably a dozen beiderri are working in the and mucli H heat is being saveil which the biiidcrH coulii toot n vt tlie fuvmerH on this average will gH back vviieat to furnish llieir SKRil for whilst many will have wheat to There are j some lields will yjele from to fifteen bushels of number one wheat and every is being taken to save as much as Considerable flax and oats will be and feed will be put The stock and sheep how ship in large quantities of hay for winter feeding owing to the light The labor shortage has not proven a serious in the Champion district is in full 90 per of the cutting is now Threshing is expected to commence this There will be three or lour outfits operating in the The stubble crop is practic ally a 25 per will net cut at the balance will ran 3 to 5 bushels to the The summer fallow and new ground is bet ter than The yield throughout the whole district will run about 15 to 18 bushels the are all hopeful and anticipate preparing every possible acre of land this fall ready for next is wen along in the Taber The av erage yield on summerfallow Is about 10 bushels per On spring and fall plowing there is practicaily noth ing The grain that is being Oxreahed ia plump and hard and is ranking mostly as number one Most of the big threshing outfits will riot pull out this The flax crop is very almost But we are not We shall continue to marry and In marriage to build and plow and Soil that in a drought will yield 10 bushels per acre ot plump A 1 grain is good for 50 bushels in a normal aa we expect to next if we had nothing at all tiia of our men at the front is antidote for all this fifteenth and IB practically finished Crops south of burn line are cut hinding on of shoet will yield from two to five bushels per ex ceptional fields as hfcli as this yislcl produced withless thanone inch of actual rain fall since North of railroad crops arefldiich better ape average of around js ex some fields undoubtedly run as twenty bushels id the Taking district MM ty per of pur wiU wore than thresh thfjr is more than wai late seeding is cojnjaii flae rains of Dfifts for feed bfitt New phi tluK Is nlxmnt yfolclti being renbrtedf The Fanning will harvest close Ou 000 bushels of wheat which is half of that raiawl last All told a Jvw ot wheat raiicM ttito which Is to mills and left to aapply all We absolutely the lonth country shipped out atoolt on not single iMi MM MHmihi M tto VMtaM AtfetffiT MACLIOD past week hit Meal one tor the farm aM OMB that was taken advant ftt by those who had rain to no except tha dew at the grain that Was not ready hat KM now filled put and with few exceptions wfll before the end ofthis month be in Ure North east of are several good fields of Vheat whidlt OWMTS tay wlW yield twentyfive aHete per further weat many farms will give over twenty and south weat the yield though apt great wfll give a fair south and east there are cone without sny others have small and on the east the threshing has already began with an Al Taking the whole district it Is considered as a ten bushel crop of and a very small amount of oats Will be cut for The recent rains have changed the feed proposition and many witl now have good pastures for the fall and ISLAND Bow grain catting there to to e done in this dis trict Is now being majority of the fields ot tmmmerfal low may produce an average yield ot from sU to seven bushels per Crop sown on fall and spring plowing is practically a failure and t011 yield only green The splendid rains CICARETTE sain turn ot this kina Jaat anaar a littleZanvBlik it win give you no taora Bvaa Ottla mar flerelap Into a very aa ot DoueaL Ha aaya I of vltk a I applied oint ment ant tlravjElit It ba fuBtead of battar It cot until tne aara tte anttra top ot or I avf fand anch that I not alesp and trtad avaryttlag I ooM WoaDy trland nromaaMdat which aM Wonder fel raltat of it naalad thooxwai CamBull equally All I have on hand a large quantity put up in fivejal lon COLORS To clear I am offering it at reduced Regular Sak frkt Ban tttgular Sdt lUgdar Sde Prict Rcgfjlnr per Iff H i DISCOUNT FOB ARTHUR HAYR tOK 275 OFFICE MAIL YOUR ORDER s Series at BAR QMS Labor Day Sept 2 Nobleford Barom tt 10 Cannufay at 1 pau Winning Teams toTby Off in Ac EvewBf at Twe ATHLETIC SPORTS 100 Yards Dash lat Prln CIS 2nd Prtae Wheelbarrow Race 1st Prln 16 2nd Priae SAO Boys under 12 1st 6 Girls under 12 1st Prize 5 2nd Prlts HORSE RACES Half Mile Dash 1st S10 2nd SB One and Half Mile Relay 3 horses lat II 2nd HO AUTOMOBILE 5 MILES 1st Prize 2nd Prize 3rd Prin Three Big Concerto LETHBRIDGE MILITARY MUSIC FROM BIG DANCE IN THE NEEDS ORCHESTRA I BARONS BASEBALL CLUB THE BALANCE The two in this country are tne farmer and the home town It is they who preserve the And the balancing poks home tracje and Their performances determine pur If outside influences are allowed to creep the balance is Trade and Coofrriiiiin are the deciding With thesiTwe can deliver the ;