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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 29, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta PACE FOUR THE LETfTBBroOK HWULP THURSDAY, AUGUST 29, 1918 "beralb Siberia DAILY AND WIIKLV UM! fttl LtTHCRIDOE HIRAUD PRINT- 4V COMPANY, tlMlTlB Ml fcoath, W. A. Buchanan f MMMent Managioj Director Builnwi TSLP.PHONII Batrr. ttonnt. wMk JMr. toUnnt. Hr pallr, H ol tapfcr "t HWerlpUoM af fur daOr UV.L tt date k Mr aithorltr to und are now preparing for the defence of the cities of Cambral and Doaal. two oUhe most important cen tres held by the Germans in France "The capture ot these two points would necessKate-an' entire withdraw al hy the Germans France. from northern HOSPITAL BOOSTED. The Calgary Albertan has been one of til a leaders in the movement for f belter hospital facilities In the pro- vince of Alberta, and did 11s share to secure the public legislation passed et the Inst session ot tie legislature Its trlbnle "to the work being done to provide Cardston with a pnblic hoe villa! will therefore be appreciated by .tie people ol that town, as they will Sraow that-it comes from an Interest- ed source. In its Wednesday's issue It said The shareholders ot the Cardston hospital bave agreed to sell their pro- perty to the Caidston district tor twchthirds ot its estimated value and %ill lo-e part of their In vestment, However, are patrioic, pose rjt permanence qusta supporf lo hospital, they haia decided to the hospital district, desplte'Oie tact that they, will not get all their money hack.1 They see tie advantages of pub- lie control and administration. There.Is a lescin m this for the Cat gary hospital association, wblch, by never put much of its own money in the hospital, but which, so tar, has stubbornly refused to turn the hospital over to the cify whicb paid tor It, .and :-vrhich has resisted every effort to put the. hospital on snch a basis that the city will he Justified In supporting it adequately. Cardston district .hospital being public the board1 will have ;the rigbt to tat up to three mills. Cal- gary has the'fight to tax up only, one mill, for. hospital purposes. tie yield Is much better than was ex- pected. And-ooe of the best signs for the future-Is the remarkable amount of sumnierfallowed land ready for neit year's crop. This year has again taught the lesson that sunimerfallow- Ing Is the site plan, and the Raymond farmers, with their thousands of acres tf clean, siimmc-rfal- show" tail tttey Nare (earned the lesson well. A trip to 'he country is surely an antidote for bnsicess blues these days. THE BACK-DOOR KOUTE TO TUHKEV. So much, of interest attaches to the ullied successes on tie irwl, front, it !s aaniitted the war iron of lost, that little attention was paid the other, day to a dispatch stat- ing the British had landed force at Baku on the Caspian Sea. That this presages an attempt to effect n back- door entrance to Turkey, driving tiat country out of the war and ending tor all time the German hope of a controlling Influence In the Near East Is the opinion ot Vahan Carda- shlan. an Armenian who, writing in.tie New York Times, says: The landing ot English troops in Baku is of greater moment than is perhaps appreciated. The will ba determined. In the west by the decisive defeat ot the Teutonic al- llaince. Bnt the rtarstlon ot the war will he determined hy what is done or want Is omitted in tho east during the neit three months. Here we are confronted by two extreme- ly daagerous problems. These are the Russian peril and the Islamic- Turanian menace. Germany is today the allies with both of these. Our foreiaost duty is therefore to remove from Germany every source of-power she ccuW draw upon to buttress her muiter power In the.west. The allied espeditlons into Siberia and the Mur- man and now the despatch oi a British force into Baku, eastern Ar- menia (which was'Intended to he the central base from "which the ,Turko- Germans were planning to undertake an ambitious campaign into the fur- thest recesses of the Islamic world, and thus strike a blow al the British Asiatic Empire) are the unmistakable evidences of a conviction in the.mind! of the allied leadership that Teutonic 'rifluence.and leadership must be ban ilshed from the east The vital question to be determined this moment Is. how can the allied rces -place--themselves in the moi vorable position to solve the Has an ahu-lalamifrTuranian problems mswer to tMs question is: Br home and was p'ursued by the Uier. 32 .enemy at its iiflA-with Ihe pilot wounilen he observer leaning orer bis 'bodr and CROP RETURNS .CURt FOR THE BLUES. The Herald believes ue In Western Canada takes greater interest in the doing ot far mers than ire do. "We do not say bods'tfalry.-The success- of the-' far 'mers means our success and.the sue cess .of every business concern 1 Lethbndge and in 'the other town in fWe just mention this hy way again Introducing the fact that "earl in crops did not Jopk promising, we made ocr estimate o the crop on tlie Letbbrhlge rallm' division, placing it at bushels if 'tho weather con tinued or If conditions im proved. Conditions began to-terpror portly after tint time, and we.belieT thai the threshing machines will ac- tually return tbli division. Mot ell of this its way Intd the market channels, bu ll' will provide zeed and teed some grain" to ship and will releaa grain from shipment to the allle i we are particularly impressed wil ot nvtich larger cro returns than nere txpected by '1 In the Itaymohd y the minister of finance. Annls Cook, a Mitchell hithlchool farmerette, vho. had been. vorUBg with Mrs. Lawrence, in Loguu lown- ship, was severely scalded "about the side and legs nhe fell into a pot ot boiling water. A Itoval decree calling up the Greek reserve officers and men, from entire Greece, belonging to (he classes 1905 lo 191S inclusive, and resident in tho United States of America. .They iriii't porsonally report Greek consulates. the nearest Capt. Her Manjer, R.A.K.. ot Med- icine Hat. reported mtutng, Is a prls- A. E. Chandler and T. P. Tairbalrn, of Victoria, were .sent ro Okalla pris- on farm for.threo months lor haying in their possession bauned literature of the Students. They refused .to pay the 5200 fine im- posed. I.ieut. J. SI. Cram, ot Ottawa was killed and Second Lieut.' II. n. Single-' ton, St. Ixiuis, JIo'v'Trns slightly In- jured about "tho head and face when their "airplane" rfnjpped _700 feet-in'" a at tho R.A.P7 training camp near Toronto. s General satisfaction Is the order, that the Distingulshe'd Ser- vice Order, Military Cross and BIstln- gulshod Conduct SIcdal shall be award, ed only for services in action. Both officers and men -'have complained that thesp distinctions have beeu granted lo those whose duties were performed behind the lines, involving practically no danger. What probably Is'the. largest land Fred W. Douglas, only son ot Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Douglas. Ward's Iiluid, li reported killed ii action. Mwrence Cirveth, son ol Mr. S. R. Cwrelk, of Millbroek. has bera killed la action. Blcnlclig at Wartago Beach, Ruth, the efeht-year-oU daugh- ter of Mr. and W. J. Tow ot Out., 'was drowned. The death took place at Ottawa after a brief Illness of Mr. Harrii Har dtag.BIIgh, K.C., an eminent barris- ter and publisher of many legal auth- v U.S. publishers of Metropolitan havin'g'ifeelilj-, s-ml-'wecklj' or trl-weekly; editions, wero ordered by the'-wir iBdiistrica board through Its pulp .arid piper section to reduce the amount ot paper used 15 per cent, be- einnlnjr'jSept, 9. Lieut-Col: W. W. Wright, of Win- nipeg, who has been In charge o! the deatal services In M.D. 10 since De- cember, MS, lots renounced his high- er rank and Is about to proceed over-! seas'as'a captain in charge of a com- pany of 16 dentisls and 15 mechanics' who form a splendidly efficient dental corps.1 _ ot Simcoe, who graduated from McMafiter University oine three years ago as an honor man In science, specializing In chemistry, and who has been in the .civil service at Ottawa as an analyst, has just bcea given a fellowship by nomina- tion from bis alma mater. In tho Il- linois State Univercfty at Urbana. Mrs.' John -Miller lies dead in the morgue at Walerdown, .Ont, havjng drowned herself in the town .More lain members havo join- the Greater AVlxnipei Eloard of Trade. }J Helen "teller ia'reported as' having decided io appear In a mollou picture which will be taken in Los Angeles, Jxuils B. Sliples, B.A., science mas- ter at the Woodstock Collegiate In- stitute, died suddenly, following a paralytic slrok'e. Deceased was born near Klugstoii otty-seycn years ago. Referring id statements appearing lii the effect that the 1'ope, answering a telegram from the fjerman- Ejrnneror, who sent him gcelliiga oa. his luma day. hail Invok- ed a benediction on "the Emperor's worli" organ, Osseh'a- tore Romano, ssys: "This "slaleme'rit is untrue. The Fopo thanked the Em peror. for" his" peelings lor the :.wblca lie :Einperor self had invoked 'oh the. charitable worliof his Hol'Ueu.' Wilh The Americas forces On The Aug. y (AsMKtated Fighting between American and ileruau troops continued all In Iho o( to of Flames.' Early thU awratog the American! MCfred a foothold on the earteru outiilrU of (he town. Some CermJui snipers lad machine" northern of Bawclui, cel- and the walls ot pro- tection., _ ani Much bis gum are' pounding '.the .enwny aid Germane haft! to brio; reinforcements.- ress northea't ot This of >ear in Saskalchewan was ultress is of. grtst, importance completed when Edward' McCarthey not only lo the Veste line, but also if ot negina, ani his dispos ha strongest.of the flank defenses br ea acrea'of .land in crop ten which the western end ot tie Chemin Osige al. an acre jes_Dames Is why lha (otal consiaeration being aeter The price included the crop and.some mined efforts to retain it equipment The purchaser was P. of who has pur- chased other land in the vicinity .and will embark In fanakij on a large scale. mostly, belonging to ti.o there-.are also. iOO'acres-ot cab- bages which will yield a-heavy- ton- nage: The vegetable.shlpmestg. from Raymond are the 200 car-mart.1 x The King of The dean ol gardeners in Raymond is UaclG Hynim Kiinball to his new garden -itr that ihe party were guided visiting :be wheat Mr Kimballs gar den roake the month water for there is everything in it H 1 acres in extent, and bald-head- ed prairie 'a year ago, arid, too, %H has not received a ex- cept from the clouds' this year Uncle Hyrum says if suminerlaHoivirig .and :uUtvatlon- are good vtor tleid crop; they are better still, for.'gardening, and the elate of his ;garden isj proof of his belief. beans, cabbages, is to he found there in lpfpru3iiori.'r..The beans ass being grown en varieties of .th.em7.awl Mr, Klmbail isays Uiat alter this yqarbV believes be win he ah3e to prove "that" it Is not necessary .to go [d .Michigan- for beans for the B. C.- lumber taraps. His experiment is going to" yield' him a good year's is to prove lo the fanners.of .the-Raymond. district what. in tie" way of conserving LuncheoiC'Serve'd .'r From Ihp .drove to the line home of Mr. .p. Klnsey. There the good ladies "of. Raymond served a luncheon 'have made tho Lethbridgd people -believe t, havin mill pon while her. husband, a returned sol- dier.' is in. tho hospital: with a .bullet through his temple. Doctors say that ha Eight recover but' lose his Three lives aro thought to have, been lost in Ihe-'Pembiua river, near Edmonton, through the'wrecVing ot a raft'cm that-stream oh some date'fol- lowing" August, 2. 'The' fenppbsed Urns ate Mr. and Mrs. Morrow and Samnel Stone, of ..Honse, a point on the Saskatchewan" river. Labpr Da Monday, Sept NobWord vs. Barons at 10 a'clock, a.ra. vs. Granum, at 1.30 o'clock p.m. Winning Teams to Play Off in the Evening at 6.30 Purse 1st, 2nd, Two LDKII, ATHLETIC SPORTS 100 Yards Dash 1st Prize 2flif'Prlte .Wheelbarrow -'Qaee. 1st Prize 10; 2nd Prize S.pO Boys' flace, under 12 ....1st Prize 5; 2nd Prlxe Glrjt1 Race, under.12 ....1st Prize 5; 2nd Prlw 2.50" HORSERACES Half. Mile .Dash .....1st j 2nd One and a Half Mile Relay Race, 3 horses lit 2nd 10 AUTOMOBILE 5 MILES 1st Prize- -2rd Prize V15.00 3rd Prize" 0.00 Three Big Concerts UETHBRIDQE MILITARY BAND MUSIC FROM 930 AM -MO CM BIG DANCE IN THE EVEN NEED'S ORCHESTRA BARONS BASEBALL CLUB >y attacking Turkey along the coast of .lesser Armenia. The Island ot Cy- prus'fs about 100 mHes o't this coast and belongs lo Great Britain. The rail which. supplies the Turk armies in Palestine and Mesopotamia.Is about sixty-five miles from the coast and ci- lento 'to it Forty out ot the forty. seven Turk army divisions (one divi- sion fi iS.WO men) are now engaged "n Palestine ant. Mesopotamia, Trans- ancaala and Thrace, and the balance Ye doing garrison duty Ihroughoul he comitry, -J'' FKONT A.' with only- here and theta ji poSr crop vitte surprise. -If the writer Is not mistaken H_1vns somewhat ,pf-a surpriseTlo some 6( Ihe'B'aynrond peo- ple, theTtiselTea. Among crojis noted were those belonging to Mebft. McCaugberty, Wilde, Peterson, Ounnlng, Allen, King .Bros., Mangan Rornerll rrtany moie bttongiog (p fa'rmerV'i whose name? the Herald d id :iioi; learn. And tie conclusion fitter seeing tneirf, and see- ine Ihe broad stretches of well- IIIIW .summerfallow, waa thai the Raymond and, Welling farmers hate learned how lo farm in the vast few years, and that they can produce a good crop every year. When mayor O'Brien laj-r told [lit gathering thai Raymond nrnl Welling would markel Ihls year 705000 bnahels ot. grain Uiero were none. who" could deny him Vegetables- Too tn addlllon to anything they were told .abO7it the Raymond district. "This .parf- ot the jrogram was In charge, of Mrs. Allen, -Mrs. Kinsey and other 'leading ladles 'it the .town. Three tho Jlayrnond ladies wcr.e given as a patt- ing cheer. After Iho .luncheon Pre- sided King, Mayor O'Brien-and M. J. Ifangan .spoke .briefly, telling of the crops of the district, the rieecl of or- ganizallon'to the people In the matter ol train-service, w'hile Mr. Mangao, who came to Ray- mond from de- clared that SoutherrA Alberta .was aheafl of Washington "with Its'high prjce.d land to far as wheal'growlog Is concerned. .President Marnoch of the, Board of Trade, J. D. lilglnliotham and S. j. Shepherd spoke briefly in behalf ot the I-cthbrldge visitors, promised lo continue their help to gel n return of tho passenger servlco snd, bestowed much praise on the Haymond district and .the culinary abilities, ot the lad- lea'of Raymond. President Marnoch. was presented by President King -with a beautiful bbqiiet of wheat wreathed in sweet peas, -1' 'visit Stirling From Raymond received an urgent call to' visit .Stirling which they did, and though late they found Ihe Stirling people oul In a very" "lino display of grains and vegetables spread out on the lawn.for Inspection.- Kfttdlo ,and titlicrs wero present, and after the vegetables bad been highly'prals- eJ Mr.' Felhsteln of" iMtfottts'e, mounted the1 an J .auctioned the consuls nf the.tablp.for.lho'Uetl CroJs. i. The Uthbriilge peoplef tn the buyers and J16.tfj V' be credited to Kcd Cross very Kticcesslui Under the beautiful glossy finish of your leather soles are coarse, stringy fibres wijich'wear out quickly and easily absorb water, Rinex is just the sole built for uniform wear and satisfaction. X f is made of milliorjs of tiny fibres; combined with tough rubber, and Jong wear. Rinex chemists filve achieved the super-sole .m this soJ6 that is full of life aiid "resiliency, is flexible and twp (o one, the leather that you have been wearing. A V _ AMntt Is to the Ime wllb recllrm of a very vegetables Ihls.r.ear. In largo tracts who was "itl evcryhoily got a iro 512 acfea of potatoes alone, bargain. No matter what wfrat weather of for what want shoes, Rttet is the economy sole i for.alV kinds ladies' dress for the Children's shoes, for the man or the' working man, Make yoar tttt When you buy then or haae yom oldohtt re-toltJintitl Solcf ire and iiilrtkteed'by Canadian Rubber Co, Limited JHead Office, Montreal WMtem Winnipeg, Bnndvn, Rcglna, Sokatoon, Edmonton, Catgvy, Victoria. fftve your old shoes soled with ;