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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 15, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBniDCE DAILY HKRALD AtlOlJSlf tocralb fliPerta DAILY AND WltKLV Proprietors and fNI LttHiRIDQt HIRALO P INQ LIMIT1C Ml Street lueKonan ftreeldont and Managing Director toon Torrance Buttneoa JUntior TSLRPHONIS iHtnesi OMlce Mitortel Ofttco Rateoi per week per year by per yoar by per year by per year to of eiptry of lubicrlptioDi PMT dally on addrees Accept ance of papera cite daU u authority to continue the tub THE PROGRESS OF THE Soviet troops are eradiating Mos where the Bolshevik govern ment has had its capital since mov ing ifrom The situation at Moscow is deemed too risky for the Bolshevik and they are moving In the meantime allied forces are slowly moving to the aid of the Czechs in The Times correspondent points ont that the Ciechs In western Siberia are in danger of being cut oft If allied aid does not reach them and he all possible haste in sending forces and equipment to their assist On the western front there s little change in the The town of Lasslgny has been captured xby the who are moving down the other elde of the Lasslgny ridge to the conclusion that because there has only been a partial crop this a halfservice is nil that Is required until such time as the farmers har vest another good Isnt the right way to look nt If the is going to grasp the oxeiue of a partial crop failure to cut down need ed then they cant expect the who are dependent on the to put forth their best The should set a good example to the men who are making tho district The can afford to continue the service better than many of the far mers can afford to spend thousands of dollars putting In a crop next Many of those same fnmers against their better judgment largo acreages this It would have been criminal had they not done so it was their duty to take the Now because a poor season comes along and they lose heavily they are not but it surely isnt right for the to penalize the people because Providence failed to send the rain in A little cooperation all around is needed and the can not afford to overlook the one best SIR ROBERT BORDEN IN There continues to be a lot of crit icism on the pait of a portion of Canadian press of Sir Robert SorJ dens absence In the Old Toronto Saturday Night la leading the All we have to eay Is that Caialas Jestlnies are iotmd up with the British and if Premier Lloyd George considers Sir Robert Borlens piesence In Enftend necessary to deal with emjiie problems that Can ads should be proud that Sir Robert Doitfen has been asked by Prsmisr LlcydGeorge to remain in Engiani rntil those problems are on the road to Meanwhile we would be able to struggle along very nicely at home without Sir Robert Borden If we would not forget that there is a war on In France in which Canadians are taking brilliant part our little squabbles about domestic problems amount to much in com KEEPING THE EYE ON THE MAIN The declaration of Edwin Trefz of the food administration here that the la ready to put 000 men In the field to make the world again a decent place to live in should inspire every Canadian to put forth every effort towards the win ning of the war until that object is With the aid of the manpower there is no doubt oi the outcome of the war Even the Germans are beginning to admit that their hope is The main object now Is to put forth concentrat ed effort and thus shorten the period of Keeping all eyes on the main goal Is now more important than we should allow no thing to From time to time domestic questions arise which being closer to we are apt to mistake for the main question for the But as Trefz these diversions are Just the way the Kaiser wishes to occupy our minds In stead of the Canadas tariff pol icy after the Imperial Hindu these may all eeem important to But they are of very slight Importance as compared to winning the war in the shortest possible Keep the goal in mind and in that way it will the quicker be SHOULD SET GOOD because of a poor crop this the farmers of Southern Alberta were to decide that they would employ balf the number of hall1 the ma chinery and put but half the money iato the planting of crops until an other good crop was Wouldnt be considered very patriot Instead of they are going to employ more more machinery ind spend more money to sow a lar acreage next year than ever bo seems to have come The ban on bacon is Not so the Where is that personal Potsdam press representative of Kaiser Bills these days Russia threatens to become a boom erang that will yet knock the Huns off their feet It is said the King of Bulgaria has gone The only difference is that lie knows it and the Kaiser The New York Sun Bays that among other reasons going to Hell Is the excellent one that the place is being filled up with Ger A recent opening of the Chinese parliament had to be delayed because there lacked 30 of a quorum present at the official Just imagine our legislators being so careless as not to get to Parliament Hill on Says the Brantforrt Expositor It is said that who was PostmasterGeneral In the Laurler will be taken into the Union Government as one of the Quebec His accep tance of the portfolio would undoubt edly be very while It would help the governments position by nearly equalizing the representation by party and giving Quebec more ade quate tho doctors influence among his fellow by reason of his sacrifi ces and ought to be very UTILIZING THE more strik ing example of the Importance of con servation could be given than that contained in the report of the Imperial Munitions In making the turn ings ol the copper driving bands of shells produced in Canada for the British ministry of a large quantity of copper scrap is accumu This is refined and made into U is estimated that pounds of copper have thus been re representing a value of ap proximately Steel scrap is also being continuously recorded in large the present annual value of which is approximately British a sub sidary of the operates one plant which is the largest electric steel plant in the where the steel scrap accumulation collected from of IB converted by the electrical process into Ingots and Operations commenced in and the present monthly capa city Of the plant is about tons of shell 33 members of the police department who were the last to be taken on the tores will be let out within the next three months by an order of the police com mission which went into effect Twelve of these received notice to day that their sorvices would not bo required after the end of the Others will receive noUco it was announced This action was made necessary by tho reduction in the police estimates by the city This will effect a saving ot nearly Oscar of rocniv ed terrJbla injuries when removing a tire from his automobile wnoii In lected to ajlow thatiir iiu was hit in the face and in addition 10 the KBV era gashes it IB feared ho may lose his VP BUSY MAN bonds were Issued in the last Victory Kenneth son of and Spurgeon Campbell of Win has been killed in Major Ernest has been appointed to command the Military Hospital at Owing to food Conservation Toron to garbage has been cut down more than 75 per Lody Doris a celebrated English has caused no little sensation In society by becoming a professional motion1 picture Montreal investment houses been notified that Victory Bonds price has been advanced by the committee to 100 to the buyer and 99 to the The directors of tho Rlofdan Pulp and Paper of are informing tho shareholders that it is their Intention to make a now issue of bonds to the extent of Orders for more than worth of sporting goods for the American army overseas hnve been plased by the National War Work Council of the The orders include those for Yellow fever la raging in Guate male and the deaths amount to forty George Mitchell n prominent farmer of was fined for watering More than refugees from Tur key havo beenstricken with eruptive typhus in the Island of Owners of the fishing prevfbusly reported sunk by n German said today tho vessel was safe In an Atlantic The Duchess of Devonshire has given a cup for garden competition among tho women of the Soldiers Wives League in The will of the lato George McLag of has been entered for Hig estate is valued nt of which was disposed of in public Captain who has been to His Excellency the Duke of during his regime in expects to leave in the Bear future to return to The sale of liquor in railroad sta tions or oi railroad trains has been forbidden by Director General Me in an order effective immediate ly and Applying to all under gov ernment With tho return of ideal and tho country roads in fairly good hundred of farmers and tholr families are attending the Moose Jaw Katharine Stlnson will be the big feature of tho Alexander Terapleman of Swift Cur A on his way to tin rltfe butts was Instantly killed by on of his comrades While playing with a From unofficial comes the report that Brown of the Aviation Corps la a prisoner of wai In Brown was at one time a resident of Mora than 600 artists have partici pated in the Victory Loan poster com petition and the Judges sayit will bo Impossible for them to make their prize awards before next The Canadian Red Cross Society has sent Major Hume Blake as a special representative to Holland to endeavor to better tho conditions of Canadians interned Fire caused by an explosion on an oil feeder In the forging room at the Canada Warren Axe and Tool com pany at did damage es timated at partly covered by Edward Grimwood of Chatham is tho first to die of a malady which the phy sicians believe to be typhoid Physicians and health authorities are puzzled as to the cause of the illness which they believe to be At preeent there iW people of whom 100 Are In the ttiA Hand knittWf tW the soldiers and sailors Is to be checked in tho States until the IftattrfHos b6ard can sur vey stocks and ascertain whether thorp Ip enough worsted in the country for Winter uniforms and over The Shoshone Indians have adopt ed William daughter of President and havo glvon her the name This was the name of the Indian maiden who acted as a guide for the Lewis and Clark Newspapers pubtUhed In the Polish language In the state of Parana In South have been suspended by the The suspension was because of the proOerman tendencies of the publications In British West Indians In the United States are flocking to the ac cording td Major Bronman in command of the British and Canad ian Recruiting More than have enlisted In New York dur ing the past Physically fit men from 22 to 44 years old are being A campaign to dispose of bushels of unmarketed beans in Now York state which will go to waste un less tho public develops a desire to eat has been by tho federal food The price la IB cents a Housewives are urg ed to show their patriotism by having bean meals at least once a un til the surplus is OUR OWN FORCES to a cable of congratulations sent to him by president of the privy Colonel commander of the Canadian Cavalry whose exploits are described In yesterdays has sent the fol lowing reply All ranks greatly appreciate your kind It was a great privilege to fight With a Canadian Rowell was with the Canadian Cavalry Brigade on July 4 when they constituted the reserves for the Aus tralian and American forces which capttired Colonel Pattersons message Is of particular interest because It serves as a reminder that Canadian Cavalry Is for tho first time fighting with the Canadian Hitherto the mount oil fighting men from Canada have been attached to the Imperial army and the record of their achievements constitutes ono of the brightest pages of tho The most conspicuous ex plaits of tho Canadian Cavalry Brl gado previous to the present fighting occurred during the battle of Cam bral and tho fight In the defence ol Rhelms ET milk play a bigger part in your daily Use more healths Use more economys Use more loyaltys Food experts all say that milk is ono of the richest and most nourishing 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