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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 6, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta TUESDAY, AUGUST 6. THE LETUBHllXiB PAII.Y HF.IUU) AVGE FIVE Says a To Be Raised To Clean Out Germans Washington, Aug. will finish the war. Thii-ls the dec- laration made to Dr. Hans Vorat, by an official ft the Red Guards, s according to an article by Dr. Vcrst in thev eTrlln Tageblatt, portions' ot which have, been re- Owing to advance In butter market wo arc now paying: 50c per lb. butter fat for No. 1 Sweet Cream. 42c per Ib. butter fat for No. 2 Sweet Cream. 40c per Ib. butter fat for No. 1 Sour Cream." 38c per (b. bilCttr fat (or No. 2 Sour Cream." .We would advise farmers who havo cows, that they can milk to get busy, as every little bit helps when Die grain crops Tall. e pay all charges and pay for each shipment. The Result of Our 1918 "Missing Title1' Calendar Ransom Picture was 1st Prize, Does "Not Fight H. M. Culf, Toledo, Ohio. 2nd t Prize, Angels Their Holy Vigils Keep." Fannie Ranft, Youngs- town! Ohio.. 3rd Prize, Afso Serve." Mrs.'J. Mancollas, Cal- gary, t 4th Prize, Woman's cctved here thrlugh official charv Dr. Vortt IB In Ger- many one of the judges of RuuUn and was sent tu RtmU'by the TagebUtt to report conditions. Through conversa- vwilh Rusilans of all clasiet, he came to the conclusion that the Soviet government is thoroughly deteited, but that the hatred of the Rutilans for the Germans Is it ill greater.' The Soviet govern- ment, he declares, Is the obllgar- cny of terror and UnreitraLnt. A. merchant dtcUrtd to Dr. "the war with Germony is not over. A flovernmenl will be formed In RuMla. It will decree a general and will drive the enemy out of ell the ter- ritory that he occupies.1' The officer of the Red Guard who declared that Russia will end the war, addtd, according to Dr. Vorst: "A national riling so powerful and w general will be accomplish- ed that victory will return to our flag." London, Aug. (Canadian Press Dispatch from Reuters Lim- the house of today Secretary. Montagu an- nouKced that half a million com- batants wsre being raised in In- dia besides numerous non-com- batants. Ths June" figures, he said, reached the record, It was remarkable that the prov- inces from which hitherto came nona or fewTTreeriiltg were now supplying their quotas. Mr. Montagu emphasized the fact that Indian troops were play- ing the chief part in the Meso- potamia-Palestine and East Afric- an campaign. effect of the Labor Council government's declaration to send forces to Siberia In aid of Ihe Czecho Slovaks which was publifhcd in the official gazette last evening, had been discounted. The Japanese- merican negotiations Had been made io basU of'a recrudescense of wrang- ag over domestic politics, wljh iiarges and counter charges and sen- atloual demands for the resignation f the cabinet and the customary cam- .Ign of rccrimiuatlons. Consequently, tie government recently has closed own lightly on Ihe newspapers which vere rigidly suppressed If they at- cmpted to discuss the negotiations. The publication of the declaration hai o a certain extent loosened the zlc, although the censorship contin- ues In a character, espe- claHy regarding Ihe movement of roopa or anything affecting military policies. Wait and See. It is understood that the Ziyulcal majority parly In thc-house is willing io a wait-and-see policy. Con- sequently the Kenselkal minority which had hoped to effect, an opposi- tion commission. Is powerless for the present. 'There seems every reason !o believe'that Ihe tenseness of Hie sit- uation has been relieved and lEio plans for ihe protection of Hie Czecho-Slo- vafes and- of the, allied Interests against German and', Austrian influ- ence In Siberia, completed a long lime ago, ivilMc carried out without excitement. f It is well informed cir- cles here thai the present concerted acton by the allies in Siberia will act as a sedative on the situation and possibly result in Siberia finding It- self at an early date'wth a govern- ment satisfactory and suff strong to control the situation as far as the Ural Mountains. TO ELIMINATE i RADICAL ELEMENT Vancouver. Aug. to the Vancouver Trades and Labor Council will resten la a body licit If 'a recommendation pass- ed bv the executive ol laal organiza- tion Is heeded, ami a reorganization ol union Jabor with the radical ele- ment eliminated as lie ads will result. A resolution caUiiis upuu the dele- gates to reslfin tiext Tburcday was passed at a meeting ol the> Trades and It is ulanueU to bold a new ek-ciion August 2'> Abandoned in Boats After Yes- gel Was Blown Up Uy llombs A Canadian Atlantic Port, Aug. crew of the British schooner Gladys -X Holland has been landed at La Hove, N. S., reporting their vctsel was sunk by ,an enemy submarine yesterday morning. AT STARLANTJ iwhUL brluga its possessor- Into the In "Woman and the ranK Ia OWMd by Slar Series jjhoiodrama, adapted froci "Jane Eyre." the Immortal uovel by eu.ouous, Charlotte H route at Startand Wedn clay and Thursday. Alice Ilrady rises 1 to great heights in her delineation ofj tbe unfortunate heroine. Ousted from! "famous Legion ol Dealllhan the Germans, It would he natural for the alHea of.America to "make up the re- qttEslto niirnher of iirlaonere, which would' indirectly enhance' America's reputed the article says, "should he prevenle'd." The newspaper further demands lhal a retaliation for America's disgraceful entry Into the Idea of an bo enter- tained only after air other urlsonera arc released.' !i Toronto, Aug. Knox. In a cablo to the Malt and Kmylre from Franc's today, says: "The.fifth year of Ihe war has open- ed disastrously for the Germans, who during the week-end have been forced lo abandon what now amounts to four- fiflhs of- Ihe territory captured by them 'since their offensive on May 27. "On the-road, yesterday I, passed.a batch.' of "about 300 to -100 prisoners, They were tio'tlifng like Ihe men in the early days of the war, but they could not be classed as men of poor phy slque. Prisoners taken during Ihe present operations have; however, in clude'd fourth rate material, immature sin] uG'ornjc.'l men." r K Thie Community Burden What are you and 1 doing to lighten- our community's burden? Are we .piling on the back of our community indifference and neglect? Are We.hold- ing back our patronage) If so, we are adding to ihe burden. We are making it heavy. But, if we. are ge'nerously giving ourcommunity our loyal support, then we are doing our share in making (he burden lights We direct our thoughts, actions as to lighten Ihat load. Don't break the back of your own commuhity. Do what you can tojjghllen, the load. .Toronto, Aup. riol era. three of whom were RoMlers wearing the hospital blue, apne; today !ln police court, ivj'l disorderly conduct In connection with the recent outbreaks Greek lauranla were wrecked. :_ All were re minded until tomorrow at Ihe.rotiues of Iho crown allorney In order lha tho prosecution mlsht bo prepared; During their (he rourl V.AS by ft crowrt soldiers who demanded jhft release of tlieir comradea Thfty TICTC cjcctCLl by Ifcmililary Wllca. i Says There li No Excuse for Cut- ting Corns and Inviting Lockjaw. Sore corns, hard corns, soft corns or any kind of a c6rn can harmless. ly lie lifted riKlit out. wllh Uic fing- ers if yoii will apply directly upon Iho corn B few drops of.-frcezono, says a Ctnclnnatrnulhorily.' It is claimed .lhal at small cost one can get a quarter ot an ounce of freezone at any drug store, which Is sufficient to rid one's feel of -overy corn 'or calluR n-lthoui pulij or soreness or the danger of infec tlon. This staple drug, while sllcky dries Ihe moment It Is applied ant does nol inflame or even Irritate the silrrmnullng lisanc. this anifouncement will Inlercs many here, for It is aalt that the present high heel footwear Is putting corns ofi practically every woman's QiSIIlLEO Delivered to any part of v ihecity. LETHBRIDGE BREWERY LAST TIMES TONIGHT WORLD PICTURES PRESENT NINE.YEAR-OLC MADGE EVANS Gates of Gladness ALSO "Pathe's History of the War" "TWO REELS, AND "The Fourteenth Man" Christie Comedy VALESKA SURATT In And Other GMJJ WEDNESDAY AND THURSDAY ALICE BRADY in WOMAN AND WIFE ALSO A GOOD COMEDY CMPRESC .Theda Bara in The Rose of Blood TONIGHT AND jj A WM. FOX STANDARD PICTURE. ALSO MACK ANO 8ALI TOMORROW HENRY IN COMEDY ;