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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - July 22, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOUR I r '  I THE LETHBHIDO'E DAILI HRRAIiD Sctbbviboe Ibctalb  Xetbbrt&Gc, alberta DAILY AHO WIEKUY ' Proprietors and Publl*hen> fhS. LETHBRIDOE HERALD PRINTING COMPANY, LIMITED 88 6th Streat South, Lethbrldg* W. A. Buchanan Fresldent and Managing Director .Volin Tonaaca - � Busineat Manacar TSLP.PHONEt I Oftlee .............. 1J51 Ottlca .............lUi '^Business KdltorJal tiibicrlptlon Rataat |>aJIy, flellvered, per week ,,.. .l� Dallr. dellvorod, per year .....JB.OO �Bal^, by mail, per year ......$4.00 Weekly, by mall, per year ..... .f?aekly, by mail, per year to U.8..t�.0� A Datea ot expiry ot subBcrlptiona ap-^r dally on address label Accept-, 'tnoa ot papera.rJtc explmtitn (iata fa or AUthqrlty to continue tbe lub-acriptioD. , �tHB PROGRESS '�OF THE WAR. ^ \ Th6 Germans have suiioreJ a ter-^^iblo defeat on the Marno at the hands 'i�ft the � AmoricanB and French, and are admitting It in foolish � excuses made for their retreat across the Marne which only accentuate the ^IsasteV thcyhave suffered. The Americans �hove" iiiade' an' odvance ot il iniles sin^e the start of their.often-BiT^ and "the French gain has been Six mileg. The total prisoners taken Snmber 20.000. .Tha agreement between Japan and the United States lor.military Interv-venMon in Russia has practically been jonclufled.-  WELCOME TO OUR FAIR VISITORS. j The big amalgamated fair and stam-/pede, the event ot th^ year in South-jem Alberta, gets under way to-day, ' ijnd all preliminary indications are ' 'that It will be a hne'e success. ' ^ To the visitors -within our gates wo I extend'a gsnuine Letbbridge welcome. ' .^e liope you �will be royally Intertaln-i^d and that you will come again, i �' To the sister towns associated with 5 feethbrlde In this enterprise we ei ? tend an earnest invitation to be pres i-^nt to help make the experiment p? :;1p amalgamated talrthe succae U 1� Tthe'S^l^uXZ T possible to be made with the hearty I co-operation ot all. Fair managers all 'over the West are watching our et-1 Tort, whieh will be a guide to further ' attempts at amalgamation � In other 'ilacee. ' 'V And to the people of Lethbridge we iixtend an invitation to visit the fair \ pn every occasion possible. Help make -,i|t a financial success and so'doing vinake the fair a permanent annual i^ature. And help entertain^ the V strangers in the city during the week. We know they have a high opinion of ' fi^tlibrldge. See that they carry home ijkn even better one. JTHE COUNTRY MUST '"^AVE THE STOCK. JVg A special dispatch to the Calgary iJierald on Friday stated: s�r In consequence of the indiscrimi-Y*ate 'dumping of cattle on the Wlnni-' Keg market during the last few days, j, D. McGregor, western representative of-the Canada Food Board, held i meeting of .Wlnnlpe| business men tills afternoon and discttssed means of itopping It. ., Farmers, fearing a shortage of feed, jife shipping cattle to the local yards �in unprecedented numbers, flooding tthe market, with, the result that ifarmg are beljig depleted of live stock xsnd the "marltet is b'eing demoralized. fle Telegraph dl�-patch from Copenhagen today.. Emperor Charles, It Is added, has accepted tho resignation of the ministers. ENGLISH GIRL IS i HONORED BY FRENCH Paris, July 22.-Upon recommendation from General Poi^i, Premier Clom-encoau has deqarated^ Miss Fraser, an Ertgllsh ambulance, driver, with the Cross of the Legion ot Honor, and tho don the khaki, claiming that his religious convictions prevented Ulm from (^oing so. , Medicine Hftt � Is iconstdoring adopt-, ing commission goyijriimont. Hugh Cameron, a'Scotch painter of figure subjects and iiortnvlte, la dead. Gambling devices at the Medicine Hat Stampede wore closed after tho first day. .  Over 84,000 .people in the Central Ontario district aighed their willingness to do farm wo^k. The sum of $l8i693 was collected Ijy tho French Flafe Day workers at Toronto. Flight-Lieut. Edgar Bussiorcs, Qne-bee City, is to make a flight fr6m Toronto to Qneboc City, via Montreal, shortly. W. F. Stevens, provincial livestock commissioner,* liaaTield conferences with over 100 ranchers at Jledicine Hat and has induced most ot them to seek new'pastures. ' Tiio electric light and water Vorks power house at Plcton. Ont., was struck by lightnlne and badly damaged. The engine�V In charge was badly shocked, and the power lino temporarily put out of commission. The Bordc* Cities Real Estate Board will seek the Dominion Government's backing tor an issue for 11,500.000 debentures by the municipalities for the immediate erection of 1,000 houses tor workmen. Ex-Chief Justice Wetmore, of Re-gina, Sask., who has been residing at the coast for some time past, has been moved to hospital where he will undergo an operation. His condition is not considered serious. Under new restrictions on the importation of copper ore announced by the. war trade board -of the U. S., licensesd�Ill be issued.for the Importation ot copper ores containing les? than CO per cent. Of-'feopper only for shipments from Cana'ti&, Cuba and Me.\!co. As a result ot a vote'held In every Knights'of Pythias lodge in the province ot Saskatchewan, annoimce-ment was made that George McCuish, of Reglna, one Of the'' heat known ljusiness men  in thlE-.^ar/Ovince, has been elected supreme :,r8presentaLlve of the Iv.P.'s of Saskatchewan, to the convention to be held during the week of August 5 at Detroit, glacier park has been opened to cattle grazing, the state live stock commission is informed^ Senator Walsh took tho mattes., of insufficient range up with tho government and an order opening tho park has followed. Alphonse "V^en dp Veire went hafck to Belgium when war broke out; and in action was woimded three ^times, the right elbow being ,smaBhed in one case. He won the Order ot Leopold, a medal and the War Crois for bravery. He is now back in Canada and is endeavoring to make some arrangement to bring over here the .'girl he met while in hospital. He hUs asked Mayor Clemeilts, ot Chatham, to assist him. E (COWTINUID raoilPBOWT~PlM> Fighting Near Rheims of aVar-ticularly Bitter Cltaracter-'] Allies Progress Charged wlth^tho transportation.'of ,under re9eivoHttn-ies have tiikeh place In Dalmatia and Bohemia, Jurjo-Slava hav* de-aerted by the wholaaaU to the mountains after killing their offi-cera and officials, Arm�d ban�l�flktli�i5);gl4'^%lV "Jn the' LaV�^ ever phanginft 1� Besnty heriislliaB niiitfjii Vl�^^�^; ' oiofta) �yea as 6h?( may ever b�. The wat*T, beyonAtha flowsis,-ii green, |lw�y8i � different Rieenv Then little ..win4'#w*M III tlM diGUncaehdrufH�sthesutfaci,yaidbyy�d,eov�ring.{twlth'�'�>9IUd ' of liny wrinkles, 'till the lake is milky �rosrald vyjhile theiMi sti}) slMpi. ^nd at langih the whola is aptlr anil thasuncatchesit and! I^sM'tf^vias laa web of laughter, ths opal dittlUaUonof aU the badaolaUlbsipiwf,'* In th� Heart of th� CANADIAN PACIFIC ROCKIES Hides, drives, Alpfts climb* ing with Swiss guides, trails to Lakes in tha clouds, boat* ing, metropdliun cuisina. Get to know Canada battar- ASK .for Resort ' tour no. Rea�onabl9 Ratt$ 32?2 ;