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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - August 29, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta .lit-.. THE LETflBnTDOE OA THURSDAY, AUGUST 29,1918 Xctbbribac aiberta DAILY AND WBBKUV p.! LKTHSRIDQK HKRALO PRINT. INO COMPANY, LIMiTCD M �th ttraat South, Lethbrldf* V . W, A. �iioH�n�n PTMIdMit and Manastnz Director ffeka Tommo� - � BuslnMi Maauw TStPPHONKt lailneM Offle* .............iNI MHortel Otfio* ukMrl^lon llatMi tHtly. �*ttT�red, par WMk �!* Datlr. 4�1iTBred, ��r jMr .....U.M Datlr. br mail, par yaar ......fiO* Waaklr. matl. par yaar.....il.M yaaMy, by mall gar yaay ta tT.�..|i.W Pataa ot atpirr o( aabaerlptloaa ap paar daUy a� addiaa* labaL Aeoapt-KMa ot papara riU:- azplratitm date k aar authority to eoatlnua tba iub-aerlptloa. THE PR0GBES9 OF THE WAR The French have entcio.l t:!.- city of .Voyon, and are prcsslnR onward. The British are continuing their advances beyond Bapaume and east of Arras. The Germans are retreating aVong the entire front in great confusion, and are now preparing for the defence of the cities of Cambrai and Doiial, two of the most important centres held by the Oermans in France. The capture of these tvro points would necessitate an entire withdrawal by the Germans from northern France. the yJoM Is much better than was expected. And one ot tii& best signs for ihc future is the remarkable amount of summerfallowcd land ready for next year's crop. This year has again fauRht the lesson that sumniorfallow. ing Is the safe plan, and tho Raymond farmer?, with their thousands ot acres of clean, wpll-tlllp.] sispimorfnl-low show that they havo learned tho lesson well. A trip to the oounfry \* surely an antidote for bnslnos'! bUioa these days. CARDSTON,PUBLIC HOSPITAL BOOSTED. The Calgarj- Aibertan has been one J a British force into Baku, eastern Ar- THE BACK-DOOR R0;lean, well tilled summertaliow, was that the Raymond and Welling farmers have learned how to ifarm in the past few years, and that they can produoB a good crop every year. When mayor O'Brlqu later told the gathering that Raymond and Welling would market this year WO.OOO bub-helfl of grain tliere were none who coijld deny iiim. , - Vegetables Too In addition to tlie grain crop.'i, the Raymond district Is to the fore with vegetables this year. In lurt?" Inicts there arp 512 acres of potatoes alone. mostly belonging to the Japanese, while theva are also 100 acres ot cabbages which will yield a heavy- tonnage. The vegetable shipment^ from Raymond are expected to touch the 200 car mark. The King of Gardnera The dean of gardeners in Raymond I is Uncle Hyrum I-Cimball and it -was to his new garden In the town that the party were guided after visiting the wheat fields. .Air. Kimball's garden woyld make the mouth water for .there Is everything In it. It is 4% acres in extent, and It was bald-headed prairie a year ago, and, too, It has not received a drop of water except from the clouds this year. Uncle Hyrum says it summerfallowlng and cultivation are good for field crops they are better still for gardening, and the state of his garden is proof of his belief. Com, potatoes, beans, cabbages, cucumbers, everj'thing is to be found there in 'profusion. ' The beans aie being grown for seed; seven varieties of them, and -Mr. Kimball says tliat after thi.s year he believes he will be able to prove that it is not necessary to go to Michigan- for beans for the B. C. lumber camps. His experiment Is going to yield him good year's wages and Is going to prove to the farmers ot the Raymond district what cultivation will do in the way of conserving moisture. Luncheon. Served From the garden the party, drove to the fine home of .Mr. D. I;^insey. There the good ladies ot Raymond served a lunclieon that would have made the L�th{)rIdgQ people -helieve anything they were told about tho Raymond district. This part of the program was in charge of Mrs. Allen, yiTH. Kin.sey and other leading ladles ot the town. Three cheers for the Raymond ladies were given as a paU-ing cheer. After the luncheon President King, Mayor O'Brien and ,1. .1, Mangan spoke briefly, telling ot the crops of the district, the need ot organization to protect tho .'rights of the people in the matter ot train service, while Mr. .Atangan, who came to Raymond from Washington last year �t everybody got a baiguiu. Canada's net casualties In tho war to date aro UB,S06. At a fair at Boaconaflelrt. Eng., a good'sura was realized by charging a shilling (25 cents) a sniff rft a bottle of pre-war whTSkoy. Kxport of Canadian silver coin, silver bullion'and fine silver bars Is pro-.Jiihited, except ui^der.licousea issued by the minister of tinahce. Annie Cook, a Mitchell high school farmerette, who. had been, working with Mrs. Lawrence, in Logan township, was severely scalded about the side and tegs when she fell Into a pot of boiling water. A Roj-al decree calling up the Greok reserve ollU'ora and men, from entire Greece, belonging to the classes 1905 to mis inclusive, and resident in tho United States of America. They must personally reijort to the nearest Greek ccnsulatea. A. e. Chandler and T. p. Falrbairn, of Victoria, were sent to Okalla prison farm for throe months for having in their possoBsion banned literature of the International. Bible Students. They refused to pay the $200 fine Imposed. Lieut. J. M, Cram, of Ottawa was killed and Second Lieut. H. G, Slngle-tou, St. Louis, JIo., was slightly injured about the head and face when their airplane dropped 700 feet in a spin at tho R.A.F," training camp near Toronto. General satisfaction is expressed at the order that the Distinguished Service Order, Military Cross and Distinguished Conduct Medal shall be awar4, ed only for services in action. Both oRiccrs and men have complained that thcsp distinctions have been granted to those whose duties were performed behind the lines, involving practically no danger. What probably Is the, largest land deal of the year in Saskatchewan was completed when Mward McCarlhey, of Reglna, and his associates, disposed ot 2,ss0 acres of land In crop ten miles north of Osage at $45 an acre, the total consideration being $129,600, The price Included the crop and some equipment. The purchaser was P. E. Kctchersld, of Kansas, who has purchased other land lu the vicinity and will embark in farming on a large scale. Capt. Roj- Manzor, R.A.F,. of Sfud-icine lint, reported missing, Is a prla-onor. ^\Lloat. Fred W. DougKig, only son ot Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Douglas, Ward's Island, la reported killed In action. -Lieut. Lawrence Carveth, son ot Mr. S. R. Carveth, ot Mlllbrook, Onti, has been killed In action. �While picnicing at Washago Beach, Uuth, the elglit-yoar-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Tbzer of Bracebridge, Out, was drowned. The death took place at Ottawa after a brief Illness of Mr. Harris Harding Bllgh. K.C., an eminent barrister and publisher ot many legal authorities. TJ.S. publishers' of Metropolitan dailies, having weekly, semi-weekly or trl-weokly editions, were ordered by the war industries board through Its pulp and paper section to reduce tho amount ot paper used 15 per cent, bo-glnnlng^pt. 9. Lieut.-Col. W. W. Wright, ot Winnipeg, who has been In charge of tho dental services in M.D. 10 since December, 1915, has renounced his higher rank and is about to proceed over- i seas as a captain in charge ot a company of 15 dentists and 15 mechanics who form a splendidly efficient dental corps. John Gunton, M.A.. ot Slmcoo, who graduated from McMa^ter University some 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 been given a fellowship by nomination from his alma mater. In the Illinois State Unlverclty ot Urbana. Mrs. John Miller lies dead In the morgue at Waterdown, Ont., having drowned herself In the town mill pond while her husband, a returned soldier,' is in the hospital with a bullet through his temple. Doctors say that he win recover but will lose his sight. Throe lives are thought to have' been lost in the Pembina river, near Edmonton, through the wrecking of a ratt on that stream on some date following August 2. "The supposed victims are Mr. and Mrs. Morrow and Samuel Stone, ot Power House, a point on the Saskatchewan river. More than 2,0?k) members have Joined tho Oroalor Winnipeg Board of trade, ' / Helen itoUbr is'reported as having decided to appear In a motion picture which will bo taken In Los Angeles. Louia B, Staples, Q,A., science master at tho Woodstock Collegiate Institute, died suddenly following n paralytic strok'e. Deceased was born noar Kingston flfty-imvon years ago. Referring to statements appearing In newspapers < to the effect that tho Pope, ans.worlng a telegram from the German  Emperor, who aeiit him gcotingB on his name day, lind Invoked a beiio^lctlon on "the Emperor's work," the 'Vatlcaa organ, Oasorvn-tore Romarto, says: "This atatement Is untrue. The Pope thanked the Bm peror for his" greetings flW for the benedlctlain which the Emperor him self had invoked 'on tho charitable work of his Holiness.' " AMERICANS FOUeUT ALL NIGHT LONG with Tho American Forces On The \oa\p, Aug. 28.--p,�.)--(Associated Press)-Fighting between American and German troops continued all night, In tho region ot Batochcn, to the east ot FtsmoR. Early this morning the Americans aecnred a foothold on the eastern outaklrta of tho town. Some Gorman snipers and macbino gunners are atubbo'rnly ollnging to tho northern edge of Btfzoches, using cellars and the walls of houaes (or pro-tectlon. Ama^lcan and French big guna are" pounding away at the .enemy and the Oermans have been unable to brlns up. relnforcem^ots. as World's Series at BARONS Labor Day Monday, Sept. 2 Nobleford vs. Barons at 10 a'dock, Carmangay vs. Granum, at 1.30 o'clock p.m. Winnins Teams to Play Off in the Evening at 6.30 Purse $175.00; Ist, $75.00 ; 2nd, $60.00; Two Losers, $25.00 Each, ATHLETIC SPORTS 100 Yards Dash ..................Ist Prize $tO; 2nd Prize $5.00 Wheelbarrow Race ...............Ist Prize 10; 2nd Prise 5,00 Boys' -Race, Under 12 ..............1st Prize 5; 2nd Prise 2,50 Girls' Race, under 12 ...........,...1st Prize 5; 2nd Prise 2.50 HORSE RACES ^- . Half Mile Da.?h .................................1st $10; 2nd $5 One and a Half Mile Relay Race, 3 horses.........Ist 15; 2hd 10 AUTOMOBILE RACE-5 MILES ist Prize $25.00 2nd Prize $15.00 3rd Prise $10.00 Three Big Concerts UETHBRIDQE MILITARY BAND. MUSIC FROM 9.30 A.M.-8.80 P.M. BIG DANCE IN THE EVENING-NEED'S ORCHE�tRA BARONS' BASEBALL CLUB wear Under the beautiful glossy finish of your leather soles are coarse, stringy fibres wi)ich wear out quickly and easily absorb water, yii'-^g^ai,.- Rinex is just the reverse-a sole built for uniform wear and satisfaction. is made of millions of tiny fibres, combined with tough rubber, giving strength and long w^ar, Rinex chemists have achieved the super-sole in this cotfibination-a sole that is full of life and resiliency, is flexible and waterproof-and. outwears, two to one, the coarser fibred leather that you have been wearing. � , . No matter what season,' what weather or for what purpose you want shoes, Rihex is the economy sole , forall kinds of.footwear-r-for ladies' dress shoes, for the children's shoes, for the^ business man or the working man. ; Make your (e�( jtow. 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