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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 26, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta 1918 DAILY t PrtjHetort ruoiiww f Hi LltHBIIIDOK HIRALO INQ LIMITID AM street Lethfcrldge Buchanan Director Butlnwi TtLRPHONM t Waitneii Off tottl br by by mrtl yor to Dates of expiry of inscriptions i IfMT dally on address Accept Janet of cite explratka SaU u eur authority to continue PROGRESS lOF THE The German crown princes icaught as it Is now In the sharp sal lent between the FrancoAmerican Und the British between Sc llssons Is experiencing great difficulty in extricating The allied forces have extended their advance on both sides of the salient until now a gap otbuT21 mUes is left if or the crown prince to His has become almost Allen and the belief is expressed that his entire army may be He has about men in the This is the that has been created by Fochsmarvellously con ducted at the very moment when the Germans by their drive ex force a decision upon the A UNIQUE OPPORTUNITY FOR Lethbridge is entertaining tomor row Katherine the nerviest little girl aviator on the Mtes Stinson is ing Her aviation exhibii tibns will be one of the features of the We will have had four days frontier life of the pioneer Tomorrow we will have a taste of the century tip to The con tract will be in There should be thousands at the fair grounds tomorrow to cheer along the little woman who has come to en tertain It is an unique opportune Ity in the history of KILLING THE GOOSE THAT LAYS GOLDEN The Herald has mightly little ex cuse to make for the hotel arid res taurant keepers who shoved up the prices of their rooms and meals dur ing fair and stampede It Is a poor piece of The excuse that is made that the help demanded higher wages for the week is no ex If more wages had to be paid it was because the proprietors were do Ing more They were not working without amargin of profit and the greater volume of business this week would have pro duced a greater profit even at the old prices and higher We do want our visitors to away from Lethbridge spreading the thatwe are holdup artists One other town in Southern Alberti has that gained in 1917 and they have lived Don kill the goose that lays the cunlcatton ft traindispatchers office and a moving train has recent ly been nWne by tho Ctvnadlan goveii This has been accomplished K fore but the present device embodies some features that are said to make It In a practical Tho track is used ns the and the electrical current reaches the moving train through Its The as described In Rail way and Locomotive Engineering was made between Moncton and Humphreys Now on the Canadian Government Rail The apparatus was devised by a New York firm and a representative of the United States government was Communication was set up not only between the dispatcher and the several miles but be tween the conductor and engineer of the same tind it is declared feas ible to making a moving train a re gular station on the lines of a city telephone Says tho autho rity named above During the which was very the conversationswere carried on between the moving train ancl the dispatchers office In a clear and distinct engine was cut offfrom the car and proceeded a mile down the track by orders telephoned from the conductor to the The engine then stopped by telephone orders from the who was onthe and instructed to come back and touple up Then an order was given by the conductor to back up the train andtake on the flagman who had gone back to Before backing up a telephone message was sent to the dispatchers asking If It was safe to back and the answer by telephone from the dispatcher was that this would be all After backing up to the the order was received from the dis patchers office to go ahead to Hum phreys and cross over to the other track and come back to Be fore reaching Humphreys a second telephone message was received from dispatcher countermanding the pre vious order to cross but to re turn to Moncton on the same as the train was protected from the All these instructions were trans mitted by telephone from the dis patchers office to the conductor on the car and by him transmitted to the engineer by while the car was showing that it is perfectly feasible to control a mov ing train by telephonefrom the dis patchers office at a distant Communication was also establish ed between the moving traln and the city telephone The Canadian Government Railway Officials express ed themselves as thoroughly satisfied with the practicability of the whole the and the highly important work Which was and can always be done by this of reaching a train which Is usually under such completely out of the range of control and entirely beyond UP PASSING General mobilization of the Rus sian army began on July As a result of a flylnR accident at Coleridge was fatally A new telephone cable has been laid connecting Windsor at a cost of Foul the disease dreaded by which results in the de struction of the has broken out In Scarboro and Brockvilles mayor declares that work in nrockvlllo gardens will not xbo Hamiltons mayor encourages garden work on An unusual accident occurred at near Just as Rus sell son of a well known farmer of the Berrisford district was leaving the baseball grounds in his buggy he was hit by a stone thrown by some and a few minutes af terwards became and has remained in that state ever The northern part of as well as certain parts of York are being invaded by army of antler moth Batta lions of these pests are on themarch and are described as like a moving carpet taking rocks and walls in their march or crawling Just as without attempting to go The Standifer Construction wooden and steel ship of made plans for building at seven miles from a new the centre of which will be a threestorey hotel to cost Between 100 and 150 a parking and sew erage and community centre are included in the The military which formerly was a purely military body dealing with soldiers and the Dominion a civil have amal gamated under the direction of the militia department and under the jurisdiction of the Provost It will be known as the Corps of Mili tary and will include both civil and military In refuse pro duced from cleaning wheat and other grains will not be permitted tobe ex ported unless they have been bought in open grain exchange An order to this passed by the Canada food will protect Can adian interests against the possibility of discrimination and will put the sale of refuse screenings on an absolute ly competitive Argument wae advanced In the su preme court at Montreal that the su preme court judgment in the Grey while it upholds the validity of the orderincouncil of April 20 cancelling the exemptions of all mon between the ages of 20 and is not applicable to the order in council passed on April professing to ab olish the rights of habeas corpus in regard to men who are arrested under the military was insisted that right of habeas corpus still exists and must be respected by the military au notwithstanding the order 1 The now schedules of rates or all Canadian railways will go Into effect on August 1 The death occurred of James Trot aged for 45 years in the Jewel ry business In A remarkable case of anemia Is re ported from Thorold In Charles who waa wounded at Tenders balng called for the erection of bulMlngs to house the gov ernment telephone systems at Nanton and Philip Gordon of the second Indian ever ordained a Catholic has announced his intention to run for congress as a Re Owing to trimming of estimates submitted by the various de partments for their cost of operation during the year by the city the Winnipeg tax ratehas been reduced twothirds of one bringing the rate down to 20 13 W In Lane and portion Ironsides and Perchertm and Lane and Gordon Iron sldM and Pekisko P0rchef0n and andGordon Ironsides and Feklsko tad Percheron champion any 2nd and Lane and Gordon Ironsides and Pe Percheron champion Canadian bred and Lane and Gordon Ironsides and Pe Porcheron best any own ed toy Lane and Gordon Iponsldes and Pe kuko Percheron champion any and reserve cham George Lane and Gor don Ironsides arid Pe Aldersyde Percheron champion Canadian brec and Lane and Gordon Ironsides and Pe Pearl Redwing was united in1 mar riage to William Poster of The marriage is the sequel of Miss Red wing saved his lite when lie was bath ing at Port The professor Is known as the hflman being able to eat and The lengthy resolution adopted by the Ruthenian conference at Saska toon contained a repudiation of Bishop and in the constitution of the proposed new permitted the marriage of priests and provided for the election of bishops by general as sembly of the ministers and delegates of John of a who holds a for bravery on the field of battle on the field of battle is under arrest on a charge of violating the Ontario Temperance Act by being He claims he obtained his jag by drinking cod liver which he procured from a Thomas drug A warrant for the5 arrest of Wea ver Loper of fortner manag ing director of the lAcky Jim zinc properties in the Slocan district of Brjtish was ulently issuing stocft of the corpora said to be in is charged with having made an the stock while managing J stop ping off at declares that the crop conditions are noUin his opinion as bad as pictured Southern Al a tity qt rain from on and the pro per other weather there will be a crop most con sidering the price of Conspiracies Involving graft In con nection with army contracts for rub ber raincoats sent r to soldiers in were disclosed at New York by the department of justice officials simultaneously witht the arrest of 17 officers and employees of 15 manufac turing companies in New York and Brooklyn on charges of fraud or Agricultural walking con best walking team to draw of once around halt mile team making best time to win Smith and Leth bridge Carriage single carriage all own to appropriate driven by a horse to count 00 per vehicle 26 per har ness 16 per and Durno and Alrdrie Saddle mare or ex ceeding up to Ladys saddle mare or geld exceeding ridden by a lady Miss Lillian Cavalry exceeding color any but exceeding well broken to saddle and good at all canter or gal lop and a good weigh Docked horses not Horses enteredin other classes not eligible to this class saddle exceeding 13 Wmi Coach brood mare with foal by Aldersyde Coach B Alder dry 4 years or Coach 3yearold Light stal 3 years or Claresholm Wil Lift t stat 2 single mare or hot exceeding single trotton matq or exceeding 3 years or Wilfred Skin brood mare with toal by Wilfred Standardbreds Wilfred Thoroughbred dry 4 years or MoekS Standardised 3yearold Wilfred Jloadster single mare or geld exceeding Guy Saddle mare or ex ceedlng and Raymond pony in single harness ex ceedlng 13 Allan Hamll Lethbridge Leth tilrls or boys pony not to exceed and shown to suit able driven by a girl or boy under 17 Mac Lethbridge Pony in single harness not exceed ing 13 Sclserda Combination pony exceeding 13 Alan Leth bridge Leth Best girlrider 17 years of ppny not exceeding Sciseroa Lethbridge Lillian Best boy rider under 17 years of age pony not exceeding Alan Lethbridge Saddle not exceeding 13 hands Lillian Lethbridge 2nd 3yearold filly or gelding Wilfred Leth v Roadster pair matched mare or exceeding W Hackney mares or geldings shown to appropriate Durno and Carriage pair of mares or 3 years or exceeding to be shown to appropriate ve Durno and Air v Carriage best high mare or conformation quality and style to count 30 per all around action 70 per and Dnrno and From Onr Own July rough estimate of the new buildings In tho village alone during the past twelve places their value at about This may seem a small Hem to In but there fm few villages In or anywnera that can equal The value ot buildings constructed tne same period In the surrounding dis trict would exceed the village esti mate by a wide The committees of the Barons and Whltelako Churches have decided discontinue the practice of holding the service at each place the afternoon on alternate In future the Whitelake services will bo a oclock every Sunday and the Barons at Atthe church service on Sunday evening Malley made fitting reference to the success obtained V the at thd recent examinations conducted by tho Toronto Conservatory of when three of her Marion ot and Mary Folk and Eileen Buckley of passed the el ementary examination with all three obtaining unusually high These were tho only pupils front Flncjis class entered lor the examk Sea and Sky Know Premier Gasoline WE SELL It HANSENS FILLING STATION AWARDS IN HORSE CLASSES AT THE FAIR Clydesdale brood with foal Tom innisfalL PEOPLE SrtOVV THEY WANT THE BEST crowd 1n tory of an exhibition in thiscity pack ed the fair grounds yesterday the of the appreciation of the people of Sunny Southern Alberta the being put forth by theam algtmated fair board to put the South ern Alberta fair on sound and per manent basis once more was And by the crowds which attend to day and tomorrow wll next years efforts of the board be There IB no masking the fact that the livestock exhibits except in cer tain classes are not filled this but that ie not a bad It Is noticeable that few large eastern herds are Most of the livestock on the grounds is Alberta owned and that will be en iouragement for other Alberta own to enter their stock next attendance on Thursday When the grandstand was sold that the people of Southern Alberta will support a It Is now up to the dlreotori to commence planning right away lor and better one next yeajr with emphaeU to be placed on the livestock end of the We can 4o it if we educate the owners to phow their by Air Clydesdale Tom Raw InnlsfaiL Clydesdale McClen Clydesdale 2 John Clydesdale 3 Clydesdale dry 4 years or Innisfail Meeks Raymond Clydesdale champion any Maycrpft Clydesdale Alrdrie D Clydesdale 2 McCon Tom Clydesdale 4 years or over McKay and Carman gay Albert Leth Clydesdale champion any McKay and Car mangay W Shire brood mare with foal by side Shire dry 4 years or 1st and Tom Innis fall Ray Shire 3 Tom Raw Innisfail McEach Shire 2 Tom Raw Shire champipn any age 1st and Tom Suffolk punch 4 years or over 1st and Ray Leth punch champHon any 1st and Ray Suffolk dry 4 years or 2nd and Ray Suffolk punich champion any age 1st and Ray Leth Suffolk punch pair mares or geld ings shown to appropriate vehicle 1st and Ray Shlro pair mares or geldings shown to appropriate vehicle Tom Haw Agricultural filly or geld i years Leth Agricultural filly or yearling Leth Agricultural pair mares or tho property of a man en gaged exclusively in farming McKay and Carmangay CONNECTIONS WITH MOVING A successful test telephone com Shire champion any 1st and Tow Innls Agricultural dry 4 years or McKay and Rus Carmangay Lethbridge McKay and Clydesdale pair mares or geldings shown to appropriate Shlro 4 years or and Tom Innisfail Shire Raymond Percheron 3 years 1st and Geo Lane and Gordon Ironsides ancl Pares PaWsko Percheron 2 years Lane and Gordon Ironsides and Pekisko Lane Namaka Lane and Gordon Ironsides and Pekisko Percheron brood mare with foal by 1st and Arnestad Pereheron 1st and Arnea tad Percheron dry 4 years or Aldersyde Arnestad Stavely Aldersyde Arnestad j j Belgian 4 years or Heavy draught dry 4 years or and McKay and Rws Belgian brood mare with foal by and Belgian and Belgian champion any age and Wool Belgian champion any age and Wool Perchoron 4 years or oVer Aldersyde Arnestad Stavely Percheron 2 and Gordon Ironsides and PerciTeron pair mares or geldings shown to appropriate Lane and Gordon Ironsides and Percheron two animals from one Lane and Nam aka1 Arnestad1 Stavely Percheron best three any owned by Arnestad Stavely Alder Percheron best four any gel of one owned by ex Namaka Percheron champion Btallltm and four owned by Namaka Aldersyde Arnestad Heavy pair mares or geld ings In to to bona fide farmers only team to count 60 per vehicle 20 per har ness 20 per cent Geo Lane and Gordon Ironsides and Pe kisko McKay and Car Ford Agency Woolford Meekn Bn Bolgian yearling 1st and draft brood mare with foal by side Heavy divft Coal Heavy draught fourhoree puro grades and to be shown to an appropriate open to bona fide Lane and GnrdoitIronsides and Heavy draught nix horse pure grades or to bo We wish to announce to the public that we have purchased the entire stock and business of the Ford owned by The business will be carried on under the same name for the present at the old 12323rd Avenue x We have on hand a large stock of Repairs and Accessories of Ford cars and trucks and can fill any orders on short Our Repair Department is under the management of the best mechanic obtain able and our patrons can rest assured that any work turned out of our establish ment will go out absolutely Fordson Tractor We have also taken over the agency for the Fordson This is the tractor We Want Your Business We are in a position to give customers good Every item will be given careful attention FORD C Manager GARAGE Proprietor ;