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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 15, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOUR THE LETH BRIDGE DAILY HERALD THURSDAY, Ao, 1918 letbbriboe Hlbcrta DAILY AND WEEKLY Proprietor] and PubtlxScrv ETHBRIDGE HERALD PRINT- ING COMPANY, LIMITED Ui fth Street South, Ltthbrldj. W. A. Fratdeat and Manaftnj Director Join Toriance- Vuuv btilce >rk> RatMl Billy, itUvereS. week delivered. ......li.M Dtlly, by mill, Wwilr, 07 mill, per .....JJ by mill par year lo U.B..II.W of expiry ot PMJ dilly on uddnai Ubei. Accept- uci ot paperi tlte: eiplntiii li oar authority to contlnui the lob- THE PROGRESS THE WAR. Soviet 'troops are evacuating Mos cow, where the Bolsherikl govern- ment has had its capital since mov- tog from Petrograd. The "situation at Moscow is deeuieu too risky for tho Bolshevik! outfit, and they are moving on. In the meantlma allied forces are slowly moving to the ait of the Czechs in Siberia.' The Times correspondent points out that tho Czechs in- western' Siberia are In danger of being cut off. it allied aid does not reach them soon, and ho urges all possible haste in sending forces and equipment to their assist ftnce, On tho western front there is little change In tho situation. The town o Lasstgny has been captured the TYench, who are moving down the other side of the Lasslgny ridge the conclusion tbat because there s only been a partial crop this year, half-service 1s all tbat is rMulrcJ ntll such time as the farmers har- >st another good crop. That isn't e right lo look at it. It the C.I'. Is swing to grasp excuse a ariial crop failure to cut down need- d services, then-they can't le farmers, who are dependent on he service, to put forth their best forts. The C.P.R. should set a good xample to the men who making he district productive. The C.l'.R. an afford to continue the present errke better than many ot the far- ers can afford to spend thousands ot cllars putting In a crop next year, any of those sime famers against lelr better joigraent seeded' largo creases this year. It would have been riminal had they not done so; it Nvas duty to take the chance. N'ow ecause a poor season comes along nd they lose heavily they aro n-U omplsinlng, but it surely Isn't rlglit or tho C.P.R- to penalize the people ecause Providence failed to send the rain in time. A little co-operation all round is needed and the C.P.R. can- ot aftord to overlook the one best et. SIR ROBERT BORDEN IN ENGLAND. There continues to he a lot of crit icisrii vfl the paii ot a portion of th Canadian press -of Sir Robert Sor den's absence in- 4he Old Country Saturday Night Is leading 111 brigade. All we have Is.that Cai Jc'stinies.are loyad up'', .with tls British.Bmplrj, End it-Premier Uoj George considers Sir itobert Bor-iea in Enftend necessary flrsl with problems that C; hd3 should be prosd that Sir Rnbe has been" asked by Prj Kft to remain in Eng rntil those the roa to settlement. Meanwhile we would b? able I struggle along very nicely at horn without Sir Robert Borden.1t w would not forget that there Is a wa on in France ar "taking brillhnt jart; our littl eQuabbles about problem amount.to much jn'coi parlson. UP THE BUSY MAN The ban on bacon is off. Mot so tho rices. TYhere is that personal Potsdam ress representative ot Kaiser Bill's lese days? l.SOO.CM bond's were Issued la thei last Victory Loan. Meut. Kenneth Campbell, son o! Col. and Mrs. Sparjcc-a Campbell of Win- nipeg, has been killed in action. Major Ernest 11. Young. C.A.M.C., has been appointed to command the Military Hospital at Cobourg. Ovring to food conservation Toron- to garbage has been cut down rnoro than 75 per cent. Lorly Uoris Staplcton, 8 celebrated English beauty, has caused no little sensation In society by becoming "a professional motion'picture actress. Montreal Investment houses been notified that Victory Bonds price has been advanced by the committee to 100 to the buyer and SS to the seller. The directors of .the REordan Pulp and Paper company, Ltd., of Toronto are informing Ihe shareholders that U is their intention to make a new issue of bonds to the extent ot O'rders for more than worth ol sporting goods for the American army overseas have been placed by tho National War Work Council of the Y.M.C.A. Tho orders Include those for baseballs. Russia threatens to b'ecome a boom- rang that will yet knock the Huns off their feet H is eald the King ot Bulgaria has ;one crazy. The only difterenco Is that he knows it end the Kaiser doesn't. Tee New York1 Sun says that among other reasons for.not going to tell is the excellent one that the place Is beinr filled up with Ger- mans. V i A recent opening of the Ohlneso parliament tad to be delayed because .here lacked 30 quorum present U the official'time. Just Imagine our .egisittors hetag EO careless as not to get to Parliament Hill-on time. Yellow fever Is rasing in Guate- male and tho -J.-aths amount lo forty George Mitchell a prominent farmer ot Sparta. Onl., fined 510 for watering uillk. t More than 60.000 refugees from Tur- key havo been'stricben ivith eruptive- typhus iu the Island ot Mitylene. Owners of the fishing Time, previously reported sunk by a German submarine, saU to-day tho vessel .was safe In an Atlantic port. The Duchess of Devonshire has given a cup for garden competition among tho women of the Soldiers' Wives' I.eaguo' in Toronto. Tho will of the Into George an. of has been entered for probate. His estate is valued at 052, of which ivas disposed of in public bequests.' Captain Bulkelcy-JoUnson, who has been A.D.C. to His Excellency Itr Duke of Devonshire, during his reglnio .In Cauada, expects to leave in the aear future to return to England. The sale, of Ihiuor in railroail sla tious or od railroad trains has beet: forbidden by Director General Me Adoo Iu an order effective immediate- ly and applying to nil lines under gov- 'rnment control. With the reluru of 'ideal weather. ind tho country roads In fairly gooil condition, hundreds ot farmers and heir families aro attending Ihe Moose Jaw fair. Katharine Stlnson will bo he bjg feature of tho eihlbltlon. Alexander Templeman of Swift Cur rent, a cadet, while, on bis way to tut rifle butts was Instantly killed by ont of his comrades while plavfng with a gun. vx Krom unofficial comes the report that Lieut. K. M. Urcwn ot Ihe Aviation. Corps Is a prisoner ot wai In i Austria. Lieut. Brown was at one time a resident of Blalrmore. More thau 600 artists have partici- pated tu tho Victory Loan poster com- petition and (he Judges say'dt will bo Impossible for them to make their prize .awards before next Thursday. Tho Canadian Red Cross Sodel> has soutsMaJor Hume Blake as a special representative lo Holland lo endeavor to belter Iho conditions o Canadians Interned there. Fire caused 'by an explosion on an olt'feeder In tho forging room at the Cauada Warren Axe and Tool com pany at St. Catharines, rilil damage es timaled at partly covered b> 'Insurance. EdwarO Grlinwood of Chatham Is th Arst to die of a malady which the phi sicilns believe to bp typhoid fever .Physicians and health authorities ar puzzled as to tho cause of tho nines rhlch (hey bellnvo lo be typhoid. At rceem 200 people III, of whom 100 are In (be hospital. Hand knitting for the soldiers and sailors la to be checked In tho Stales unlH the war Industries board can sur- vey stocks, and ascertain whether there B enough woolen.and worsted in tlie country tor winter uniforms and over- coats. The Shoshono Indians liavo "adopt- ed" Mrs. William Q. McAdoo. daughter of President Wilson, and have given icr the nqiiie "Sacaiawcn." This .he naiue.of the Indian maiden who acted guide for the Lewis and Clark expedition. Newspapers published In Ihe Polish language In the state o[ Parana In Soulu Urazll, have been suspended by tbo government. The suspension was i Because of tho pro-German tendencies of tho publications In question. British VVcsl Indiana in 'he United Slates are fliKklus to the colors, ac- cording Major C.- Broomau Whlto. Iu command of the nrltlsh and Canad- ian Recruiting Mission. More tlian -1.600 in New Yorl; dur- ing the past, joo'tith. Physically fit men years'otd aro being accepted. A campaign to.dispose ot 120.000 bushels ot unmarketed beatis Iu York state which-will go to waste un- less the public, develops a dcsiro to eat them, has. been .begun by tho federal food boariV The prlco.Ia Iu cents a ppundi, llousewives are urg- ed to ehow their patriotism by having "bean meals" nt least once a un- til the surplus is consumed. Ottawa, Aug. to a cable of conEralulaljons sent to him by Hon. N. W. riowell, president ot the privy council, Colonel Patterjory commander of the Con'sdlan Cavalry brigade, whose exploits are described in yesterday's cables, has sent the fol- lowing reply: "All greatly appreciate your kind message. It-was a great privilege to fight with a Canadian corps." Mr. ItoweU was with tho Canadian Cavalry llrlgado on July. 4 when thoy constituted tho reserves for the Aus- tralian and American forces "whlcli captured Ilatucl. Colonel Patterson's message Is of particular interest because It servos as'a reminder that Canadian Cavalry Is for Ilio first time fighting with tnc Canadian forces. Hitherto the mount- ed fighting men .from. Canada have teen attached to the Imperial army nnd the record of constitutes ono of ttio brightest pages ot the war. Tlie most conspicuous ex- ploits, "of the Canadian Cavalry -Bri- gade previous lo the "present fighting occurred during the battle .of Cam bral and the fight iu tlie' defence ol Uhclms Amleus, Says tho Brantford Expositor: U is said that Hon. Dr. 'Beland, who "was Postmaster-General in tho Leurler Cabinet! Trill. te taken into the Union Goyerument as one of. the Quebec representatives. His accep- tance ot the1 BortfolIONWoulfl imdoubt- eoly tie very popular, while it would help the position by nearly equalizing tha representation by party and giving Quebec more ade- quate representation. Moreover, thi doctor's influence among his fellow- countrymen, by reason of his sacrifi- ces and sufferings, oagbt to bs very great, KEFPINB -THE EYE ON ot "Edwin F. Trefz of'the-U.S. foo.d 'administration here that, the il.S; Is'ready to put 000 men in tha field to make the world again decent place .to live- In" Ehould lEsplre every Canadian to put forth every effort towards the win- ning of tho war until that object Is ac'cojnjllshed. With the aid of the U.S. "manpower there is no doubt oi the outcome of the -war now. Even the Germans are beginning to admit ttat their hope is small. The main .object now is to pnt forth coacentrat- el effort and thus tho period of sfflfe. Keeping all eyes on the main goal is now more Important than over, therefore, .-ws should -allow' rio- lWng_ to interfered From tlms lo time 'domejtlc queatloijB being closer apt to mlgtake for tho main question' for moment. But as Mr. Trofz says, diversions are Just the way the KaUer wishes to occupy onr minds in- Elead of the war. Canada's larllf po! icy alter the war, Imperial preference, Hindu Immigration, these may all teem important to us. Brat they are ot very alight Importance as compared to winning the war in the shortesi possible time. Keep tho goal In mini and In that way U will the quicker h' reached. SHOULD SET GOOD EXAMPLE, If, because of i. poor crop this year the farmers of Southern Alberta wer to they would emplo balf the number of the ma shlnery t.na pnt hut half the morie into the planting of crops until an other good crop was Wouldn't be considered very patrlo Ic, Instead of that, they are going t employ mori machlnor ind spend more money to sow a lai ler next year than ever bo- B0( Ifa4 Qf R Menu to Ottawa, Aug. more slrlk- ng example of, the Importance'of con- ervatlon conld be given than that onlalned In the report of the Imperial uulltcm Board. In making the turn- igg of the coppp-r drlyine bands of jells7 produced In Canada for the British ministry of'munittons, a large ,uantiLy of copper scrap Is accurau- ated. This is'renned and made into ngoU. U Is estimated' tbat ids of copper have thns been re- claimed, representing a value ot ap- proximately Steel scrap Is also being continuously recorded in arge' quantities, the present annual value ot which {3 approximately Brilisji Forcings, LlmEteil, a aub- ildary of the-hoard, operates one ilant which is' tho largest electric iteel plant In the world, where the ;leel i scrap" accumulation collected rota scraps, of munitions, Is converted iy the electrical: process Into Ingots Operations .comnienced in July, and the present monthly capa- city of the plant is about tons of shell steel. dome Winnipeg, memhers ol the police department who were Ihe last to be liken on tho force, will be let out within Ihe next three months hr an order of the police com- mission which went Into cdect Iwlay. Twelve of these received notice to- day that their services would not bo required after -the end ot the month. Others 'will rccelre noUce Boon, It was annoancerl This action was, made necessary by Iho reduction in the police cMmiUsi by the city council, this will effect a saving ot nearly J30.COO yearly. P. Coolie, of Kingston, receiv- ed terrible Injuries when removing a lire from hla automobile when he ueg. to allow ihs'alr oril. llo was hit fn (ho in addition to'the fuw- era gishes 11 la feared he miy lose ET milk play a bigger part in your daily diet. Use more health's sake. Use more economy's sake. loyalty's sake. Food experts all say that milk is ono of the richest and most nourishing foods that Nature provides. And it'.is one of the most At this season of milk. Drink it afeyery a food.' Let it take the place of meat, bacon, and other foods needed "over Use more it adds a richer because it is more because it aids.digestion. i Try using more milk: in your one week. See now you _ much you save. Carnation your'home. Become better acquainted with the goodness, the many economy of first food. 'And become acquainted with Carnation first food in absqlutelypure form. Into thousands of over Canada and the' United shall be introducing this better milk during the week, of August 15th to August 22nd. Thousands of new.'homes will learn that Carnation Milk )s milk m its handiest its safest form unopened, it will keep fresh for'weeks! !-rthat it is economical (no waste) it can be Btdered with yotir-groceriesl CARNATION MILK Is rich, pure milk "from Con- tented Cows It IS'EWliolc to, .the consistency of scaled in air-tight cans ,and sterihztdi i Nolhrng but water is taken out of it. Nothing is put in to sweeten 6f to preserve it. It is just 'pure whole richness and quality- pealed safe fWft And it for 'creaming vegetables cream for 'diluted, 'as a safe, nourishing drink for your children. It is the only milk supply your home necdfe. 1 Order a'weekjs supply of Carnation Milk from yQur is the Carnation Milkman. Always keep a few cans handy for unexpected needs. CARNATION MILK WEEK August 15th to August 22nd TESTED Ktipet are ri'fr. in "Tr.f -Stery of sphrJid booklet ycy rtoaU kese. rfciftt Kill hip you to coir.lir.t carit'.y totift r.turifkrMfit in your iruatleii Write far a Frit copy llii fltare.f "From Contented' Cows Carnation Milk Products Aylmer, Ont., Seattle apd Chicago Coniimirirj al Aylmer and Sprinsfeld, Onl Cuida Food Boj'rl LIcalM 14-H u< I i ;