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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 28, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, JULY 28. 1917 PLANS FOR THE Mil If Affair to Be Bigijcit of Its Knight Has Fine Plans BEST. RIDERS OF.THE PLAINS COMING Stamiiedc hcadiuarters have been tstnbllshed in the office ot the South- ern Brokerage Co., In Ihe Aleiandra Hotel block, wllh O. F. UreenUachaud JTed Karren'in charge, empowered lo do all business lor tho stampede com- mittee.- Tlifie two reullemeu busily engaged plotting the grounds a'clllug Ihe conceBslons. They are Etlpulating lliat, as far as possible, Lelhbridee products ihall oe sold In the various booths, jnd alajJ that regular city prices shall be post- ed on tee grounds and nil drinks and and eatables shall be spld at prices no higher than Uiose sel.. The committee reserves the'rlglit to cancel any con .ccsalon.at any population Is broken.. Everything'_ la progressing verj Bmoolhly for'.Ihe biggest stampede ever held In this district, and In many to eicel the Medicine Hat affair. Kay Knight has a line on if-w-hble Blilng 61 riders -who will par- ticipate and there will he plenty o! had horjes to-turclsh Ihe thrills.- Capi. .Sutherland, who ia In charge ot restoring the buildings for tlie mili- tary, has very" k'in'oly consented to re- "store those likely lo be used by the atftmpeu'e all. The ranln. building is being put in shape .tor the big danco which will each er- ehlng'al tho show. A brass band will be erigageii. will play In the ccn- ire or Ihe.biiiidbig'and dancing will be In progress In'each or Hie wings. MIS IN IS UK Position of Allies on the Western Front Better Than It Was Year Ago Wherever lines have moved on the west they have moved toward Germany The allies measure Ihelr Paris. July military sltua lion of ibe.entente allies on the west- __ _..... ______ crn front at the end of the lulrd year succi5, nol oy the ground gained bul of the war Is regarded by competent: j by lie fact that tbc Germans have I authorities hero .B actually better j had to endure sbock allcrshock and Over Tons Mined In Oral than it was a ago. aud In doing so lost: The Day By Mines of This i Railway Division A BIG HELP IN MEETING SHORTAGE President. ol the Lelhbrtdga" Board or Trade, 'who Is one the Alberts njen-be'rs at the Canadian' food con- rol board. Slr.-Manioch has not yet lad official his ap- by reason ol mac reserves li> _. _ c.___v ly Lei It Ihe Intervention of United Stales. Tbe hie cuaDgo In tba relative position ol the allies was b'rouKbl .about by Ihe evacuation ot a parl of France by the Germans. This'retirement, which was announced in Gernjany as n strateg- French authori tho belief of the have d'mlnlshed -A ton In the cellar Is worth rive lu j leal retirement has turned out to have been simply a retreat BO lint the German lines might bo sborlencd and the mine." That's Ihe slogan of Saskatchewan are kieping before the people ol that province every j ihcid hy fewer divisions, tne newspapers I renc during Ihe year by about or on an average rate or 100.000 a month The German wastage during April May and June'ls at upwards c 1SO.OOO n month, the casualties rising during May. according to German ad- missions, to 170.000. not counting those 'lighlly wounded who may be able to return to service. New Record Cutting of The Wheat Has Support of All Russians of Better Class to Put Down Anarchy DH'OI CIS ap- pomtmenhuhls .ill probably! day In order to urge i come IbrouBh in a few days from Pre- lay. In lhclrN winter's coal supply al mier-'Sllion who named 'the AFbertalthe -very ear lest And members. Mr. Marnoch'may Ve aro ltalh" "rEed h T their Glores o[ coa as mu h as h unss to their Glores o[ coa as mu h as poss. omy as he connnMthlrnielt to two j tblc, pointing-out that there Is meals a day, but he hastens to" assure Undicalion ol a coal ramlne during luo the Herald thai he has no" jdea .ol ad- 1 coming winler, the wesl helng millions __ ______ i, i I_A i nt a A tin. eliM-> In tinnlnrr sloraffC- 5UO- that ne has no mea.oi coming mo this tons short In summer storage sup- on the remainder ot Lelbbrldge plies. Wllh that as Ihe slogan In Sas kalcliewan, local mine owners are urging Ihe people or this district to lay In their supply too, in order that when winler comes they may not find themselves short ol fuel. The cpln- lon has been expressed to the Herald Medical Examiner Here To Attest Men For Service 'Surgeon A.-- T. 'Morrlion1" of the ISaunted'-Porlee' will' arrive .-In {6-examine division" for oversell! Tblj that Ihere by those in close touch with coal cir- cles lliat it would not be al all sur prising It coal were rationed through out the west this winter. If so Loth bridge will he on a par with Iho. rest ly t the country even though It. is ullt over a coal mine. The miners of this district are do- ing their best to meet Ihe demand for uel, and In spile of their small num- Great .Enthmism Displayed When Secoijd Contingent American SWdiers Lands A European Porti July American contingent has safely ar- rived and disembarked. The Amerl can troops arrived by the steamer I. S. FORCE Situation In China Is Bad London, July outlook In China Is very serious and a complete rupture between the north and south seems Inevitable, according to .a dlGpatch from Shanghai to The Times. Dr. Sun Yal Sen, who recently was report- ed to be leading the Rebels ntar Swatow, hns gone to Canton to organize a league cf.the southern and south-western provinces. Proclamations refusing to recog- nize the government at Pekin have been Issued In Kwang Tung, a Southeastern province. Cutting of winter wheat ttarted at the Experimental farm today. Supt. FalrtleCd and hli men are garnerlnj In the Yieavec of what prcmlsei to be a very fine crop. Thlc constitute! the earliest harvest on record. rice, plffbf Ihe first Mezlco City, July article by Die Post .of Berlin" will he pabllah- ed here tomorrow; saying that Meilco is the only co'untry which T IS-ef wri WlnE.Lgenerally" mentioned, la npv: definitely, that: they have' Men- offered government of 'nanlllfofi -and :ttalainc icrs they are breaking all records In :bal output. On one day.this week noro tian. tons ol. coal were badod on cars between TaLer. and 3rbw's Schmidt appeared before His Honor judge Green In the district court thls'mbrhlnj. but did not elect, asking to week In which tn engage coiintel. The :chafge agaloat SchnWt aroee out ol-a.fimnt-iiuaiTel at Wrenibaa. 'll aeetns that Schmidt and wne had Schmidt tho children :and wont tb tho home Of her brother, John Fedor.. In the erea- Ing Schmidt, came over with a rlfie, demanding that his wife corno htea with bin. She stating thai she 'wan'afraid "of h.lin. Schmidt point- ed 'ihb riflo at la a which Ihe gnn went I t'.illlet going Into Iho kKchen Boor about two feet from wbere ,Mn. Rchrnlill alAndlng. Later acotber Bhot' waj flred.. Fedor clalaa1 that Bchmldt .Ihreatened .to. kill him Iho next time they'met. so be lall n oon plaint with, who Schiuldl, who tent up for-truu, 1B1 BE ffl BIB In spile o( the lact that there wa> not a votnt In the Lethbrldge district reporting to a local Institution today hat did not say rain was badlyneea- ed. Ihere was a general tone o[ bntlm- Ism in the rnporlK of estimated yields. Wheat, which In many places glnnlng to -Bhow signs ol Is placed at from 'five.' bushels at' Dun- more to 30 bushels at Claresholrri and other points along that line whsre nea. vy rains have been received in'July. The'average M about 20 bushels. The Alderslde line, which raised the big- gesl crop' of any .part of the !wcst last year, will average about 20-bush- ela to the 'acre- East ol the city Ihe average will be lower but will be made np by the higher yield along the-Mac- Icod branch'and Ibe Cardston branch. lion may be taken to prevent auto- Workman Injured on Frank Slide Work, Claims Dam-: .Court Action has boeh .cniered in the SurJ- remc Court iiere'ror eencra domagea and damage hy Frcilerlck Mason against tho C. P n. as i result ot an accident wbjch occurred on 'March 7th last on the Frank slide. According lo the statement of claim, Mason was working as pitman on tho steam shovel which was used to load rock and thus lower tlie grade over Ihe slide. On the date in nues- .lon "a large rock Jammed in the shov- The crane" was lowered on the and Mason was fold capacty Kie e s Stales. The Post basesxlts 'assertion on an editorial appearing not .long ago In the New York Sun headed "Tell ns the tonnage which, the Post says, was insrjlrcd.by Lord North clifte. The Post' says Ihe :BrUuil publisher apparently Is urging life goi -sUid ernment lo Issue able lorm on'tK( Elnkljgs submarines. Alter admlrally 'Iseaes rtfoi military euppllcs und foodstuffs "were cattered along the retreat The cIvU population which had taken refnie_ n tho forests is now returning homer Since the fall of Tarnapol 16 towna north and soulu ot the Dniester and ]l more than a hundred villages iavo' icen cleared of Russians; Petrograd Cajm London, July Dispatches from Petrograd dealing with Ihe military.- and political Blluatlon concur Pstrograd llself IB outwardly than. U'has been for months whlcb la' Premier I Kerensky'a! strong 'rep'resslvC; meaEurea, __ Uje- disarming of rioleraj and ,nnrtHF eerB.. Among -the ;extreinjatj; D..lrii! th'einurn.ber of saye: should kno.w'tefter, uh; less he has not'had time" to Ihe news'papers1 giving nlariailon, bul It he kriiw' tie.tler- It would have .for the Bri- tish representative abroad to defend the admiralty's point' cf.'vlew rather than attack r on may mobile joy-riding In order. to conserve lo i0qEcn tho stone wllh n crowbar. the gasoline supply lor the needs ol doing so, he claims lliat rocks the arniles In England and Franco [ell Trom above which crushed, hla a'nd: It necessary, industries in Can- icg 3O sevbroly.lhat ho is capacl- "-pafticularly western agriculture wllch. Is beginning to absorb great quantities ol gnsollns lor jwwer pur- poses. The matter Is now being con- sidered by C. A. Ulnsrath, the luel controller, and It Ma investigallons bl the slluatlon prore tho. need ot economy, lie will nol hcsllate to lake action to curb the use ot gasoline lor needless automobile riding. Gasoline as a fuel c.omes under the autiorily-ol Iho fuel controller. Ills operations are nol confined, as Is Ihe general Impression, dealing wISli supplies ol coal, wood, etc., the coming'winter. H. OEtlund ol this city BULLETINS LEADERS CfBOY Rogers Cleared of The Cpnspiriacy Charge by Commission OtUwa, Ottawa, .jniy rose fbr the .evening Hon. C.' I.' Ister of JuiUca, UWea ito the aipointed time' aio: re- aaert7of the Hon.: Robert to review, Uie'eTlience lakM by jrlA tne of ManitoU tne The.... follows: Innaair of WANT.NIUTRAL MONEY. c. Jnlr1 FrtnUurler. of which b'ai been aayg .Oernin toinraktrs t agreed (hat- on fvtirej COn- tracti with neutral jurchae-, t era, they will rialii ipom 4 raeai In neytnl Hoi. Robert Bran, T. ed 14 Mr. eooteetloii th t worM lor At a mpetln'g.'of several propert. owners alone 13th SI. at Wllllnmson' storo last was uttende ij1 Ihe meeting decide hat 13th Sl.'sh'ouM he paved with b ulithic, fearing that macadam' woul lot serve "the. purpose and that bltu Ithlcwriuld.eventually: have lo b aid. Tho meeting decided that a'le er should be spnt to the hoard Ic uiiljlics urging that the bylaw to Ihe paving should'be confirmed by Ihat.body.-V. uly'and honestly certified by the pro- per olTlciali ot the deparlment.' there was no conspiracy ween HorL nbbe'rt'Rogejs T contractor or perapn. In .conclu- commlsiion'era 1. That 'rVrsuanl .la..Ibe; commis. ilo'n, your commlsslpncri'tiaTe' revl6w; cd and considered Ihe. whole 'M the evidence furnished us, ai taken by the tdkj Mr. Juallee Gall natd cornmla- filoner and have reviewed and. consid- ered hlii- two reports and all hli flnd- Ing-s on snch evl.deuce. .3. Ana your fiiriher report tlfat .such gVvdence doet i not swtaln or support the flndlnii of iald Mr.- Jnsltoe Ofilt ai uucli com miisjoner, M sel forth In'such report: la ab !cr aa they reftecl upon or vri jddlcliili; alf.ect ;the .BOIOT- or 'Inlet rlfy ot the Robert Bojerci 6r th hpiiotly of bis .or trariiac contrary, yow.cooimlt- the reporti ol Mr eera. monK -e arrese Is laid (b be; Madame who" itonramhi-'- 1M.KILLED. London, Juy dlapatch 'the Dally Chronicle from.-.Zeurlch'j sayj: "Accordinz Baans.. Press a German hind grariadc factory at Eisingen, Baden, WM destroyed by an eiflnlon .on Wednesday and 120 biopli W'eri killed. HUNS REPULSED. Paris, July a ,vicl- ent-bombardment lilt ntght Germans returned to -tthe .ofleiv aiva on the Aitne deliver; ing a aeriei ot The. war office announces that the mani were repulaed' with' 'louet. BOMBED PARIS Berllni July planet lait night dropped, bemba on the railway aUrtlan -krU mllV tary eatabllshments In Parii. official Etatement-an'nbynclng tha raid on the.French .capital '-aaya all the German airmen f eimgranc JLIJJ al Jn" ivlew, of circnmstances, hai. Issued n-decree-closing tie' ot JluBsia until Aug. 15, bblh'for'person! deilrtng to to leave. Ihe conntry-: The only excepliona :wtll be1 pereonaj holding diplomatic pMBporla and dlih; lomaUc couriers. Hun Women FliMIng 7. Petrograd, July the, BBMr an women's. baltaUOBiknowri otttclallr as the ''Command ot o action against tie CJermona .near Smorgon, July'. 25th, they' number of. women.from .wasi earned for the time -tbat Qejr man women atao flfhhag en-tkt battle'fronl to taade. Winnipeg, Man., July masleF-iVllliani Altken 'and; assistant Scoutmaster William Coates, ol Win hlptE, were drowned last night In jke1 Winnipeg near Grand Beach when their rowboal was swamped uring a gale. The boy sconli vfho were with them managed to swim to tiore. The bodies of Ihe scout lead trs have not yel been recovered. Thei of a party, of Winni- peg ScoiiLi camped on the oast shorn >f Lake Winnipeg. Altken was a re- Uirnod soldier 26 years old. Coatos was 13 years old. AMERICAN HISSING Highland Falls, N.Y., July ori'John Blfelow, U.S.A., retired, re celved-a cntle disnatch loday aUtlng his son, Capl. Brallon Blgelow of the Royal Engineers, British. Army In missing. Chicago, July slrlkc of wllchm'en.belonging lo the brolhcr- lood of was alrei yesterday became clleetive at a.m. on r.ln6; railroads entering the Ihlcngo swllcnlng rllatrlcl. MARKETS track wh wotw lor nannow, that won Vft for Ihe aiifcalWal bmlid were were parfirmlT drawiy'.i jIonMa.cosldw the reporli ol Mr track juslke Oall, ih BO far u Oey rtflect- wheat 238 honor or. falnrlly tba i tratk erti Hon.. Robert Begerr. at- Joe otta .-cteillnei of -are October flax' >1> Jiatift Iho _ (o) thil'the Rotert L Rnshed to Protect MoUter Drunken Father awl Is Shot- One Or Two New Bat Have Not Spread Any Extent Fernle, B.C., 28-The slto- atliin In tbe'dlsirlct remmlns about the 'same as njw fire was reported from wbtek seems lo have originated from from a locbmollve on Ibe em road. It has caiwed >ome tnrable. to the fire fighters but no age has occurred from It A wnjcb .farted In orie of the camps orlbe Elk Lumber'company on up'the Elk; haa found Us way other gully but U not 'doing diinne so far...... A high wind beep blowiag throughout last night... and. Ibly -Ing whlcti-wlll fan law acttvttv of the Brea which -nad subsided, bit Ranger Harl thinks that no to standing timber will now i which hare Porham. Minn., July heavy-weight boxer, died In a local hospital nt 5 a.m. todny from the effects of wounds received when he was shot by his fallier Thursday light when he attempted lo .myth- or from attacks by hsi h-jabaad.: Palter Vis conscious untlla afcort time, be- fore bli death. During the night he (poke of MOe rdlng lo __ __, jiiV the Berlin VorwaCTt.i a beea unanlmoualy passed at a conler- eace of free trade unions of.Oermany reeordlni iailsMcllon that the Helens- July'lSlh ki the namft of life Oermtn nation voted peace by con- The resolution also declared Ihftt the' ifpric'eTa .of .Gerrnany' .are' de- termined Co end of Ibe war Collins, bis manager, aid Fred I with wbom be both tie beat at lack. Hta'aaWU ed although thai bis chances ot amatl.. Palier WM allot Ik the abdowien and The eeeoydlai been' niln.klij'fer'two; 1171 He came borne' aboil nUirifht mt hi. II. lacked hlx nvstalrv nuaed, to and was; shot twice U, and the n danger are now reported.to MfriL.T., o word has been received. Iroii.tte fljr'en limits M Coletain tbb ng and (t Is not re there will get away from.lne.Sfhl- rs unless the wind ht- while not M liriiton-: nf aa at first, la itlll to le tb aai may yet do a great Mai to be larger Inntta whlcb lutre >o far baa redehid wrta that a in ot no ba. ben baratol hi that dMrkt M no from It aa there an "hi the MOM AMttllCAire Blatchferd aa o American arrrred' la ;