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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 7, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta fHE LETHBfcnStiK OJULT HRftAtD AUGUST alberta DAILY AND WMRLV and PHI LITHkRIDOK HtRALD PRINT INO LlMlTtD MI euctiAtiM PreaMtnt and Managing Director John TiUHIMONM BnataMi OKlee Ddltorkl RatMi per week per yew by year by pet yeaf by par to Dates of of subscriptions ap pear dally on address label Accept ance of papers Is oar authority to continue the sub THE PROGRESS OF The lull In the fighting on the So issons front is The Bri tish further northwest have retaken ground on the Somme taken by Allied activities In Siberia are be ginning to take shape The forc es landed at Archangel have assisted in turning out the Bolshevik govern and are now being joined by White Guards In their march south to the Bolshevik It Is ex pected the the Bolshevlkl government a declaration of war on as well as the CONFIDENCE IN SOUTHERN Large sales of land every few days indicate the complete faith in South ern Albertas production possibilities held by newcomers from south of the And it Is significant that the same lakh is held fty the farmers of dieted hilt mine after mine would bo obliged to close owing to high costs of and that eventual ly only the mines giving very high grade ore be able to continue unless tho stndard of gold values was altered to suit now con His was to the ef fect that while some one back in the dim declared nn oumv if fine gold to bo worth this was no j reason like tho laws m tm Medes and it remain un When gold was set down as being worth littlo over per the grout In were but a fraction of what they are If wages at that period had been upon tho present scalo unquestionably the value of an ounce of gold would have Ijeen near er per ounce than the present It was furthermore pointed out that an advance in price was well within the power of the United States and British as they are now the only countries capable of producing in any All they had to do was work jointly with the assent assistance of the other Allies and thing Is The above is interesting In view of the fact that Secretary McAdoo Is said to be seriously considering the bonusing of gold mining companies In that country by something like per ounce in order to speed up production which be tantamount to an in crease of 25 per in the price of It is not thought that Mc Adoo is doing this entirely off his own but that if he as ser iously considering the Great Britain is also in all probability en tering into some like It is selfevident that the United States could not go it Gold could not be worth per ounce there and only per ounce in South Af or other British colon ies producing their share of the yellow What the exact effect woirld be upon other values should the price of gold be so advanced is hard to 4 UP Iff Nick of shot a bear In his garden a few blocks from tho main Isaac P Wiser was elected mayor of by acclamation to fill tho vacancy caused by the resigna tion of who removed to Wealthy Chinese merchants In tho federated Malay states nro purchasing armored tanks and airplanes and pre senting them to the British Fire caused damage of at The Preston Progress plant and the Lcvorson Electric store Gait fire department assist It is reported Paris thatHerbert trTeAmerican foodadminis trator and party narrowly escaped in a German air raid near A bomb broke tho winds of their pri vate Major Edward ono of Englands most successful flying men who had fiftyeight German machines to his credit up to a month Is Major Mannock was last seen fighting over ttv German lines on July when his machine wlis ob served to fall in Sloam of Clay through the Quebec le gal firm of Gravel and has taken out action for against Sir Charles for mer owner of the Ross Rifle for damages alleged to have been caused through a faulty cartridge or poorly finished sporting plain tiffs right check being almost torn while he also the sight of his right eyo as the result of an attempt to discharge a cartridge from tue rife purchased from the Ross Company in an extent to plant a larger acreage than ever circulatlon without The contrast between the to too great spirit ol the people today In 1914 w la very In 1914 there were I hundreds at farmers who were not just sure that Sonthern Alberta would ever make good as a farming Today there are none who do not be lieve compared with any other farming district In North Southern Alberta ie just a little bit and the farmers who stay with the wll come out ahead In the Alderman Dugald for years prominent in Montreal murilcljh al died suddenly in his 80th Stratford has ordered BOO oords of wood from Algonquin Estimat ed cost delivered to consumers there Is a The question of accepting Victory loan bonds In of taxes was considered at tho mooting tho city council In head of one of the largest tobacco manufacturing con cerns In the Is His estate is estimated at more than The Bank of Ottawa has entered action to recover from the Hamilton Stovo and Heater of Horn an amount for which the com pany Is responsible under a guaran ty for Calgary now hns n population of or an increase of persons for the past according to the estimate of the Henderson Directory ae compiled from the directory A presentation that broke all rec geographical or was made a few weeks ago at Fort In the Athabasca At that far north on July the native interpreter who accompanied the Eskimo murderers last year and served as an interme diary between them and the courts or was presented with a gold watch and the gift of tho gov ernment of The ceremony which was impressive despite its sim was made by the light of the allnight sun at 2 and Inspectoi of tho de madexthc THE DEPARTMENTAL EXAMINATION RESULTS SEND THEM HOME TO GERMAN Emperor Willam Is able to repeat the boast he made a year and two years and three years He eair congratulate the Huns that the rav ages of war scarcely touchtheir own The devastated the ruined the wrecked the murdered women and children are The Kaiser gives thanks to God that Germany has been spared these visitations which have fallen on Ser Russians and Austria has not wholly escaped but the Kaiser is only giring thanks for It to a great privilege for Germany to continue the work of destruction with her own territory The greeted triumph next to complete victory would be peace made while Germany is camped on the soil of her and bar This is a vlc tory which Lord Lansdowne and Jew other pacifists seem anxious to hand to It is the kind of victory which would allow Germany to march home boastfully from defeat on the prepare for a Germany is in poasessioft of hostile territory while other nations were preparing and working for peace v Germanywas preparng and working for Her present occupation foreign territory is the reward of her pre meditated and planned Out it she has bad the gain from this treacherous preparation the Allies turn will hare the later reward for tho later preparation which Germany has forced upon The first busi ness is to drive the Germans After thatterns of peace mfy be dis A year ago says that published of Interesting articles from the of a wellknown gold mining expert per talalw otenhftuB Inf the pricq of In other words Advancing it from its present standard of per ounce to or possibly per The articles at the time created a good deal of interest and no little It was a new being it jnust necessarily jar upon the of those who object to deviating from old stan wetber it fie gold or Tho mining expert pointed out that under present conditions the production of gold must be kept on beiug more dr ag time went He pre From Our Own Correspondent Warnock started cutting a field of about twelve miles east of on Satur day and John starts Harvesting will not be how for a week or ten days al weather conditions being fav a few more fields will be ready this Samples examined in John Flatebos field show much plumper grains and a much better grade than last years There was a light shower of rain last night and there will probably be more in which event operations will be delayed somewhat The dry weathnr has seriously im pede ploughing and unless more rain edmes soon some of what was infend ed for Bummertallow will have td de teriorate into mere fall Which goes prove that in this coun try Btttnmerfallow ploughing should ba in the spring as pos In parts of Saskatchewan farmersplow as much of their aum mer fallow aa thay possibly can in the preceding Any land intended for summerfallow which it is then found impossible to work is in the spring immediately attar seeding orations are completed and It is found that theearlier tho ploughing Is done the hotter are the Fall plough Ing fallowed the following summer gives better cropn than where the tallow is the The imany friends of Young wilfTearn with regret of the of her which took place deceased lady was well knownand high respected in this having lived here with her daughter Tot several On Wednesday evening oi laat week we haflVdne ot those phenomenal ex periences IOP year 1910 was namely rainless i It Is are 400 automobiles owned by residents of this Who wouldnt run a gar Barons and Hanson had reached on their automobile trli through Jhe north country when jast heard but owing to tho strike of post office employes no let ters recelvedfrom them for some Freeman and her Miss were in Macleofl for a few days last guests of Fred Everything Is in readiness for the big celebration liven if It it is expected that people will be so delighted to see some moisture that they will turn out to celebrate the change in the Mftfley la working strenuously on tha fgrjnayon of a churcli chili and ft notable Improvement in tho singing at church services Is observ Several of the beat vocalists In the district have joined and Mul ley expects to have a choir to none in the noar Darrell Tertius Florence Emma Teresa Edgar Edna Vita Grace Peter Hazel Marie Minnie Myrtle Vern Winnifred Flor Claire Alberta Salgeon Marjorie Ray John Sal Thelma Maries Burnice Elvira Elsie Mary Grace Mavj Carl Edith Maj Ellen Laura San Ruth Dorothy Mary Sau Harold Thelma Al len Christie Marion Saun Audrey Edna Mar garet Selina Leonard j John Fred Rose Alma Reinhold erson Olive Aioerta Margaret Dor William Anna Jean j othy Scof Tom John Pep Balance of Grade Alice Mattel Amelia Ellen Florence John Agnes Olive Park Kathleen Lucy May Justin Violet Helen James Oliver Mildred Jack Maude Fanny Patter Harold Kathleen Pat Margaret Teddy John Roy Winnifred Ernest Con stance Oliver Fed Olive Alberta Hateleen Ruvlna loronco May Verna Stev Florence Beatrice flola Dan Eleda leath Hazel Jean Ward Mary Esther Phillip Randolph Olmer Josephine jeo Hope Doris Elizabeth Robert Ed ward Freddie Nona Winnifred Donald Amy Arthur Muriel Annie Myrtle Mary Annie William Sdgar Lena Richard George Edward Chrlstena Rolland Catherine Francis Jack John Maxwell William Thomaa Stur James William Sum Gladys Emily Amy Fidelia John Annio Isabella Nora Isabel Lizzie Ollven 3essle Tom Bmi ah Harold Alberta Kathleen Muriel Gladys Mabel Edward Tav Ada Arthur Audrey Emerson Ev elyn Florence Gert rude Irene Gordon Helen John Joseph Mildred Grace Pearl Georgena Harry Tnylor Mollle Ethel Victor May Verna Luslne John Nerl Robin Peter Macdoriald Donald Fannie James Charles Elite George Allison Alston Katharine Martha Pearl Raymond Irving Annio Grace Doris May Ed ward Eleanor Thomp Emily May George CarSon Hildrod Evolyn Norman Pearl Peter Wil liam Arthur Dolina Cath erine Esther Car roll Jerome John Alice Florence Thnra Bert Luella Jennie Tif Elsie Amy Gertrude Tig Raymond Helen Tillot Gordon Irene Cec elia Frank Edgar Gordon Marlon Marguerite Cecilia Stella Fred Grace Alice Joseph Lawrence Dwlglit Lor Ine Bert Reta Ruby Bruce Lome Meredith Char les Howard Harold Pet er Margaret Ina Iris Annie May Doris Mary Lilian Maud Mario Lottie Gladys John Alvlrt Blanche Lena Beryl Florence Greota Helen Alleen Jack Katie Lillian Juaulta Carl William Ueberr Adolph May Ith Emtfo Stephen Isabella Mary Ur fistella Charlie Ur Mabol Agnes Joan Ralph Vandermonde Poarl Rose Tressa Lavlna Van Edith Eetolle Van John Florence Leontlne Craig Thomas Stewart Constance Mary Irene Joyce Marjorlo Myrtle Dorothea Irene Bertha May Janet Margaret Ella Henry Charles Hattle Mary Dor othy Francos Hazel Llla Lynwood Ralph Florence Wai Anastapla Cameron Francis Wai Clara Eugenie Wai Hattlo Kenneth Fred Harold Wal Laverne Margaret Annie Isahel Edna Marie Harold Helen Mary Mary Anna Anne Arthur Guy Clifford Marguerite Ralph McQueen Leonard Doris Muriel Allan Meryl Rae Ovllle Dorlahd Webs Jamos Margaret Gertrude Alice Glenn Helen Maud Frank George Mildred Glenn Mary Dorothy torene Wen Karl Douglas Annie Wes Albert deorge Cyril Alan Wtilt Florence Henry Lloyd Lola Muriel Sara Ruby Sybil Wilfred Dean Anna May Doreen Wbltleyt Barle Whlt Gertrude Lenorc Ar chlbuld Lewis Leslie Wlbber Charles Eegon Allan Verna Aneel El lis Ray Marlam Jeanette Merrill WleswoHh Lillian Orvllle Owyn eth Hazel lotto Mary Alice 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Carmen Anna Harry Gladys Lela Herbert Frank Stella Harold Basil Jessie Thomas Paul Mary Nick Charles Willie Arnold Porter Florella Delphina Norman Lester Mov en Bert Ralph Reggie Will Emily Douglas Cecil Harley Glare Jessie Dorothy Robert Edith Kath leen Carl Frances Yvonne Dorothy T Walter Madeleine Elizabeth James Jessla Jacob GertrudoTlam Vora Guy Herbert Ras Helen Louisa Rat Etta Earl oline John Kath leen Edna Ray Elizabeth William Roland Kathleen Margaret Esther Alice Marjprio Clarkson Eleanor Lil Han Margaret Melville Florence Margaret Ren Spencer George Stella Hailan Cons Delia John Memle Cleo Rich Glenna Trixio Harold Miriam Rig Arthur Malfiie Edward Marie Mary Rlord Annie Ina Rose Leo Beat rice Raymond Annie Elsie Gwen Christina Georga Gordon Graco Laurence jjar guarethe Mario Kdna John Nora Stewart Cathie Hector Vlda Kathleen Alice William Baznl Rolf son Pauline Harold Hazel Clara Pansy Grace Walter Adella Alma Gordon Gordon Eric Lea Ray Garda Louise Jennie Doris Edmund Effie Josephine Dudley Peter Lawrence Se Daisy Martha Ag nes Ruth Mil dred Hazel Andrew David Frances Nellie Ernest Fred Mildred Helen Annio Berniqe Harry Jack Norman Sadlo Theodore Faith Muriel Fred Esther Kathleen Frances Mildred Pearl Konnan Gert rude Bossie Merle Joyce Lillie Doug las Clarence Wondle Katie Thomas Arthur Thomas Edith Fran ces Anna Ethel Ship Harman Allen Gertrude Mabel Max Pearl Cecil Shortridge Mabol Irono Myrtle Ruth Wallace Showman Victor May Agnes Sie William David An nie Bvelyu Jessie Wilma James Simpson Clark John Mary Hamilton Maude Margaro Ruth Sllvert Sivert Goorgis Willie Adi Pansy Florence Mat thcw Mike Andrew Harriet Evelyn Alber McDaniel Osa Slemp Mary Kmmillne Annie Smith Annie Bell Carrie Ruth Smith Cecil Constance Mary Smith Cora Lilian Edith Ed win Frank Glenn Harle Hurmoii Jessie Florence May Juanlla Leah Smith Lillian Goodwin Margaret R Marie Clare Marjori Peddle May Alice Myr tie Kiia Phyllis Ralpl Gladys Lepna Smlthson Georglna Wilhelmina Gold Hdsar 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