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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - September 4, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOUR -THE LETHBRIDGF. PAII/Y HERALD WKDXKSOAY. SUPTKMBKR 1. WW Xetbbufcoe Ibcvalfc TUtbbri&oc Hibcvta 3U. DAILY AND WEEKLY *Mi LETHBRIOOE HERALD PRINTING COMPANY, LIMITBT Ml Hh Street South, LethbrldQe W. A. Buchenen Preeldenl and Managing Director g�Un Tonance   Builneee MMMer Buetnen T5LKPHONEE Office .......... Office .......... ubeorle-tlort R�te*ji Batty, delivered, per week:  �***'*? D�tly, delivered, per year J*-T .Mir. by m�i), per ye*r ......I* �� |W�k)r, by m�ll p�r ymx ;**� I,Weekly, by mall, per year to TJ.S,.*i�e DaUe ot expiry ot eabecrlpUone ep-|H� daily on eddreie UbeL Acoepl-uei of p&pere cfte. ��nlr�tij* d�U U ear authority to continue tie �u�-tcrtptioB. I THE PROGRESS ioF THE WAR. :- The collapse of tli�� whole Gfniian �northern front Is threatened now by allied advance?. In Flanders the *llied forces have reached Xeuve dispell?, and farther to the south are Jnovius rp on Lille and Pouat. The I T3rltish. and Canadians fighting along '.the Arras-Cambral road, have reached ber of : he cabinet. A. (I V. >,-|\ii- The Medicine lliit .No... .:a-. Die following: brief comment Whatever unyone else may say or. think concerning Die vctitiincui trom Die provincial cabinet of Hon C. W, Cross, the premier's decision in this respect "'111 be supported by .-.even or eight hundred Medicine Ha! peer"'' refer to those who Ueuiil him apauk here In the Cmpress Theatre [last week. Few indeed of those present on Shu" occasion, hu; who would j agree with the Nous in statiiu'. Dial i Premier Stewart is too big man to ! he litfliieuce.l by trivialities in po'i-| Ileal issue.-. Ho had pood and stiffi-j c.lent reason for asking Mr. Cross to 1 retire ot that there can bo no I shadow of n doubt, i 'i'he Lethbridge Herald, wri'ii g | after the dismissal of Mr. Cross an,! j before the appointment of the r. �'��.-member of the cabinet, says that "'.t I must bo confessed that the sial.i-",'. 1 change In the provincial cabinet has been received with a certain amoj�r>: of satisfaction." ami"- :::n-Iho premier should fill the vacancy created by "a mem her capah'.c of sympathetic imder-sianding of re turned soldie- problems ' The Conservative newspapers while not disapproving, are rath-: critical of the government The Ed monton Journal divides Its disapproval between Mr. Cross and of his sue oossor as attorney-general. ' Mr Cross," it suye, "was far from a:; Ideal occupant of the position tut hi-successor is no improvement." The comment of the Oaicitry Her./, is Identical with that of the Journal The only comment it has to make . a railway t iokets. Chatham's tax rate is fixed at mills. i\n increase of two mills. XI liirls employed in tne Pvitish mu-ni'iop works ir. -ome districts cultivate the- �;>,��,. ground th- hostels. The latest material from which it is proposed to obtain a supply of motor fuel is straw. 1 nv.r.i.ti'.i durinct the durjiiK ar: p:is- i'nited Slates w as less than the Civil War. Penby concern, plant in Motor Truck will locate Chatham. h. principal of j Joseph Deacon. K.C., l!'.'ord. trate of 1'rockvllle since 'the ase of seventy-eiKhl. pain lilOU- '.cnin; > 11 Pre: nasi Virden. of Wood-h.iii: and way down routo. for tio cep'ed a call In a motor accident nc, Forest Mrs. llender was ki the car went thr.iuith a I a creek. : .lames ifyiand. ?.'-died at r Mount |e,[ when ; ence into\ o almost France, onnerly a A conference was held a' Halifax by the Premiers and members of the governments of the Maritime Province... .tacoh Van Vain, fame .Moii.'jtor.iery. Mo, onuxht fou.ta; a bull two hours he � f near stall, scap- than ten miles of jyolnts w-tthln U i that city. The British further south- east have calned a footlnp on the west oaak of the Canal IHi Nord. On the Solssons front. French and Amor-lcan force? are sttsadlly advancinp, IhreatenlnK the safety ot St, Quentln. nnotrier German stronghold, as well as the St, Gobain forest, where the hupe cannon which bombarded Paris, are said to have been placed. In Siberia, the forces of the allies have gtiecepded in establishing connection with all the entente forces and Ciecii troops from the Volga to Vladivostok, ivc i n mi nisV.t  t wo s lol- he P ; HOW THE ALLIED : VICTORY IS VIEWED. While the British and French with ' their Allies are driving ahead on the ; west front, smashing the Hindenburg line, and in a glorious fashion opening UP the way to Berlin, ir Is hi-f terestiiiK to note the attitudes of the people of the Allied countrie" a' of Mr. Cross, condemns without qualification the inclusion of Mr. MacKny 'u 'he provincial affairs as minister of municipal affairs and public health. I: admit' his ability and experience, but refers to his membership in the ilif-.irel Hosb administration Iti Ontario. w;ii,h 1 went down in Infamy, and says t;i;l{ his career in Alberta has nor been such as to make him a bright and , ahtning light in Liberalism. ur-v.-n t,c l'n::od St W'ilile P.ei the l)o I low ,ir i ar .at l lie ,i r. y, name of IV H IF,nut. is being in�d as n possible chairman of organized C.X.'t!. board. He is sent vice-presiileut. There is lini; official on the subject. e-ll'.ell " th: r.en: by ;' .oiativ t -tun T' � 1 In Military District No .'. 'Ottawa ami Kinc'ston >. T'lil men t,.ok advantage of the opportunity civen to de-i.iulters and absentees report forj o. A _-e .on,Ion the Roy- las:: / i'-rai coiirt-mai"iai sitting at Out., found Pre. Roy Skll-f Hrlttiit. Out., guil'y of huv-ce deliberately maimed him- the purpose of -'s,-aping mill- vice. a :)>.�;'.�� of the Trades a(nd l.a-i-iwil of Vancouver ail the old .t.c- s were r>--elei ted and all obi "r- were attain ciossen T'ae t-lee-teilows the re.'.itnation of the �tan s and officers of 'he T, and oat.cil "ii Alls'. \. in conneetiiin thf ' a'.iing of a 'Ji-aotir ho'.iday , mark o- resp..rr j,, Cue funeral � .�:.'! tic:for the draft evad-V c.iuc.'.win. wi.ti was shot and ,i by Consta'.i'.e Campliell. Good-was ;i i:!;-,.-r o: I-s i I.,..':..,r '-,,iltl"il. lrvum The Allies have taken the Drocourt-Queant switch. The next thing ciey'li hare Helnie's scalp. !. h."l !>e :etr an i �'ion. Joiiu-on. dissolved with his M.\ rry mi tii 110'ue Xpe, nval . .. . the will imi'eiim; contr,..-t. i uu" partnership and family, has moved Johnson will con-imsin-'ss Fuel Administration in t ne I'nited H'ates has called upon the public east of the Mississippi to stop using gasoline for passenger automobiles, motorcycles and motorboats on Sunday until further notice. Royal permission has been given i" Mr. .loiin Frederick Foley de Rut-.ten to use the title of Haron de Hut-iten. conferred on an ancestor by Wla.iisiaus IV., King of Poland in iiis K\,,-iiency tile fluke of Devon-i s' w;ll attend the Allied War expo-: sition at t'h'., aito on Canadian nay, Sep', in Hon. Newton W pre.-ident of the privy sisted In making the event n success. The prize money was contributed by tho clti/.otiH of the town and the music throughout the day and evening an generously contributed by the minors' band. The proceeds of the celebration, over Jl'tlb.i.Kl. was turned over to the local hospital aulhoritios. uud every-body was happy. Tho first event of the day the grand parade, which would Imvo done credit to a much larger place. Prizes wore awarded to the following lu 'he parade: Rest appearing mine horse t, F. Bodlter, L' P. Troupolis. Rest mine float -Canada West and Regal Collieries a lie. Rest di-ivsed auto - Chief Ka^ilds. Most comical float -Heller Ilnys. (Canada West), and Mult and .lefr. ( Regal Collieries), a tie. After the parade the following program of spoils was carried through on the athletic grounds: Roys' race r> to 7 yrs......1 Joe Langel. - Stove Toml. Roys' race. N to li) yrs. - 1 Albert i\p-pleton, 2 Roy Tolton. Hoys' race, 11 to lit yrs.-1 L. Hub!. 2 Clinton Hodges. i Girls' race, a to 7 yrs.-I Viola I,nylon, 1: Mabel Johnson. Girls' race. ,S to in yrs.-1 Pauline Clements. 2 Bessie Sneddon. Girls' race, 11 to 11? yrs.-1 Vivian Molntan, 2 Navel Johnson. Human wheelbarrow race-t C. McLaren and II. Hrynn. 2 0. Tolton and \V. Applelon. j Girls' egg and spoon race - 1 | Jones, 2 Annie Klutrich. | Married women's race--l Mr? Vav- I ro. 2 Mrs. Myers. I Women's thread the needle race--1 j Mrs. Vayro. 2 Mrs. Wilson. I Girls' thread the needle race-1 Mag | gio Sheafer. 2 Vivian llolman. ' Xall driving contest-1 Mrs. Myers, i 2 Annie Klutrich. Men's blind wheelbarrow race-1 | I 1 Arthur Marsh, 2 II. I.ayton. j Men's !; mile race-I J. Davis. 2 { I li. Vic iron, f, I.. Conroy. i j Bicycle race-I II. Harris, z C. Mc- j 1 Laren, fl J. Brooks. | ! Married women's egg and spoon race t !-I Mrs. Wilson. 2 Mrs. 11. Russell. ! I Baseball Match 1 During the course of the afternoon � a friendly baseball match was played 1 between Taber and Canada West ! teams resulting in a score ot K! to H in favor of the former. One of IInmost interesting evenls of the day ami that called torih u large number of onirics, was Die baby show. Wo understand there was some difficulty at the out.-start ill securing u Judge for this formidable contest. 'The llennlC could not. bo induced to chance his pep-iilniity In such a reckless manner, and while A. K. Tollon was sport enough to stand ready to sacrifice himself for the good of the country, his known partiality for children of the name of Wilfrid was considered ground sufficient, to di'sqtialify hlni. However, one of our hospital nurses consented to underl-ake the task and performed it so judicially and expertly Dial we have yet to hear of one dissatisfied parent. The following were her awards: Rabies, ii to (I months--1 Uaby llor-ton. 2 Miiby Ferguson, it Unity Winslow. Rabies F.upitomia and Jessie Siraltou. twins, special prizes. Rabies 6 to 12 months--t Ha by Cur-tie. 2 Daby Oswell, ;; Raby Illenner-Ilassett, Itab'es 1 to 2 years - I liahy Johnn-sou. 2 Raby Carr. it Raby Head. II is interesting to note that Baby Cunie. winner of the first prino in the second contest, nlro won first, prize ill. I.ethhrldgo on July 1st, This young chap Ifi some pumpkin. W> expect. |n see him reaching out. next lifter to' Dominion championship, and good IticK to llllll. The eelobriillou closed with a well-iittonded dame III tha Mormon hall.  Rose-MoPhee A pretty wedding took place, at fl. Theodore's church on Wednesday Inst, whon Mr. Percy Rose was united with Miss Mary Mcl'lmo In holy wedlock. The bride, who was attlrnd in a gown of white silk and carried a fine of while roses, was accompanied by her sister. Miss Jaunt McPheo as bridesmaid. Tho bridegroom was dressed In khithl uniform, and was ;il tended by Mr. Kd. Venvlllc. who act yd us best man. The ceremony was performed hi- Iho rector, Itev. F. Taylor, and the bride was riven away by her bi'olher, Mr. Alex McPheo. The allar was beautifully decorated with flow era by some of the groom's friends. After (lie ceromony the wedding pai: left, the church to the strains of l.n lieiigrln's wedding mRrch, and were saluted at the door with a plentlfu' supply of rlco and confetti, and the wannest congratulations and lies! wishes. The married couple left foi Calgary on Die noon train for a few days. iANK OF-MONTREAL ESTABLISHED OVER 108 YEARS Victory Bonds Victory Bonds, other securities and important papers should be kept safe from fire and burglary. Safety Deposit Boxes in the vaults of this Bank may be rented at a small charge. HCAO OrrlCC.MONTHeAL LETHBRIDGE BRANCH.....G. H. HARMAN, Manager WRIGLEYS Unwell. ', the privy council, i also 'ne present on that day as J of Canada's representatives. ; That German long range j bombarded Paris for some-was anotiier flivver. 1:1 nasn � tin-..-, it iriiui t.'.t! and .it Carrying a handful of gold nuggets with him .is large as birds' eggs. Jas. K Reilly. the well-known Montreal ; mining engineer, has returned to Calgary from the. Caribou mining dla- j tricl in Rntisii Columbia. i Six reasons Arable area in Kngland and Wales] amounts, to 12.40o.OOO acres, an In-' crease ot !,!:'._\ compared The Canadians travelled 1 in five days, and it was Rerlln. The boys frnm the Ions will not bo denied. 7 mile towardi Domln- It is still three months before municipal elections come aiong, but not too early to look over the available timber candidates are mado of. �: Daic. tiii- popular local ton-j artist, returned on Weiitie-day , i ho';,lay of several weeks' dura- ; .lent with his family at Red Deer, | s again manipulating the looks'  i, ,:-ie-rons" occupation at the ( 'rr'(.a's"e "of i,ifo.o��i>- compared with I ini!- j |i�l", and a r,s,ii,rju acres and is a record since the wei-k-t-iiil ill a duck-hunting expe-1.^1., j di'ion to clear I.arlte. I: is unof-, " - lii iaiiy r-[iorted on iimni:(0.imio and in-, lud>- fei-i acres of wheat that will average live: t,veiny bushel- to the a- :-.- and the only iiel-1 of tin:: worth euuing to le- s.-eu in the country. Mr. ha- a s-ition of siuuluerfallow and . of o..t- fn.m Sieve Pak-' both coasts liuring tho month is $4,- kila'.-t oiriii. -n,. m.i,- uoiili -ast of1 :;oi;.j '.' i !ig;->�si $3,::n::,74:! for July town, i> on 'ii i.;.,y m I'opham it- May's : last year. office v indow. I'll*- grain was sownj ' - on June I 2th .iinl win-n the sample was cm on Aitfii-.t .".it ,t -.-.-as forlytive iin !ie- 1,,'gj, and io'iols of as good a i|tia!ilv as. lit, --ver been produced hero even ip tip- most, favorable season. S'cvi- has l., acres llkt- it and is sorry lu- hasu'! more Ball Game. Haroris ball team played at. ttt.n on Wednesday evening and came out! at the wrong end of a In to l s'-oro. j On Friday evening they eiitcrtaluwl Nobleford to a defeat by 111 runs in S. 20 Bushels A number of thrashing outfits started work last week. Arie Versluvs is getting about 2u bushels lor Sr seven 1 years past a resident of Innisfail, was operating a horse rake on tho farm ot Mr. Waller Lairatt, near Innisfail, when Die team be was driving ran away from some unknown cause, and by some means Mr. Shepperd's shoo became cnughi in part of tho rake in |V j tsiicli -a way that ho could not disengage it The horses ran for a considerable distance, dragging the unfortunate man after them. When thoy were stopped by .Mr. l^irratt, Mr. .Mr. Sheppcrd was found to be dead. L (Fricn ' iur Own -"e* -eon'J'-i.t i Harons, Sept. t -A m-ar tragedy occurred here on Wednesday last when Mrs. Joe Srhmtu was overcome by iho fumes ot a mixture she had pitpar.-d ) team by for the purpose of fumigating I lie j noon Gi-aninii and f'aruiaimav clash-house. It, liNikoil for u time us if" iii -r iinforluuate woman would ma vecov-.r. but medical irealmeni by Dr. Wallv.'in finally restored her to consciousness) and she is now completely recovered Coming Home. Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Hansen, on iho, day Dial one of Ihi-ir sons |,-ti to join . . . a ,.,...,i 11,., i ...,ne her ed. Ciiniiiuigiiy was plujlui; four sub-si it at'--, arnl Granuni won easily by In run.; io !,. The winners of Dm lira! two games, Harons and Granuin. played oil for Hr.-if place in the evening. The game developed Into one of the exhibitions of baseball ever staged hero and resulled 111 a win for Graioiin r:Ar i. HELD Al TABER; I I From i iur Own Con nHoondent) Tuber, Sept. 4.- Dog pi to tho opening of Die duck- shooting season on Monday and other c.ountHr-attractlons, the hospital board and Iho miners' uuions of Canada West. Ke.gai fiollle.rles and Coal City siaged a successful celebration on Labor Day. The Woman's In-Ht it id it �mil a committee of miners' wives, bv handling tho refreshment* Uiroiithout the day, also greatly Chew it after every meal The Flavour Lasts! ;