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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 16, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta lf AGE POOR LKT1 MRMLD FRIDAY, AUGUST UtT. 1 CMC INC at) Wi teath, Sail, ptTjriaf .'-'-I Jeekly, by ffiaft per year kTwUr, by nail. to UA.! ot ot the Bolsherlk movemont need .not be Lenlne and Trotiky no .tional feeling: means noth- ing to them eicept a3 a startlns poln( a the worldwide prolelsriaa revolu- lon about which they dream. The Allied dlfflcully In dealing with cssla. since the eecoad reroJutlon ol ast November, has been to reach cSe dedsioa U to huw It would oroper to go la recognlzls! and anni; with the govern- nent. Beciuie It was tho do facto rnment ol tae co'nniry and professed an Intention to carry oat a projramma t and political telorms, there in all the Allied nations those tho deslreitlie Entenle ept the Bolsheviks as the true repre- of the Hustlun people. The chief chunploa ol the Bolshertks was he London News, which has a s aatkority te ooatlaae tke THE WAR. The the German fees, although there [''is no fighting now on latgo scale 'ifee French continue to advance a ilAEsigny, while the Canadians have Impsc'red thslf lines, 'i Parie are.to tt c'Ject that the Geraaa ton th >irar Btarted' has beea of 'inen. Japan la limits in haile to .the aid of the Cseahs in Am fcrlcan .toe at VladJvds tok, arid toBcattois are thai th mw inore PASSING trap notiliig taTed. Russia compWfl rdimlnaUoif- .by Oer- be- Ing'made to todnce> suport to vie Bolshevik govern- which: la, waia-Clcrman in character CROP RETURNS, 1 taf to be many mtnkms ot btrsheta, xrorta ai irzauy millions ot dol j )aza. of tie railway district rUi year will be worth at tte very least "and it may run as is Ttaat'a sotting to be i about of- detestation to reactlonaryfpar- tisins of the old regime and to the so- cial revolutionaries who had brought about the revolution. Nothing definite conld be done until there were certain developments: (1) tke antl-democraUii character of 'tie Bolshevist movement was repealed; the'subserviency, ot the BoIsheTlki to 'Germany was fully established by ncn acts ot treason to Qie interests of Bonla, as the pro- posed ceHlon of Murman coast to Flnlind, wUcb had become a Qfrrman dependencr! (8) an orsanlied oppo- sition plainly bjUed upon the popular Patrick McCarthy, of Ashda, Ren frew County, was killed in his bed b lightning. The bed was' split by th force of the bolt, and tho body wa badly burned. Charles Lynch, of Ac amston, Renfrew County, had all hi barns and outbuildings and this seas- on's hay crop destroyed by fire as th result ot lightning. A presidential mandate was issue ou August 10 in currency bureau and authorizing U Issuance of gold currency notes. It announced that la done "with th view of facilitating international trac lud preparing for the adoption of currency system on a gold basis." wlll.begari to emerge from trTe'welter. Premier Ollrer ol Victoria uU hlle USH of P. C. ol Via- WTAUPIS >n{ bad bMn considered in on vlth the omce ot ageut general i BrltJah Colambla In Uwlon, BO tp- tad been made as yet A fatal accident occurred at Cbap- pice near Medicine Hat 1 Matsea waa ensseed wth hli two ions In llfttnt the crlbblac cwt oi a roll with a windlass when handle t crank broke and tha Mask ly- ng around struck him on tbe head, him unconscious, latar b< led. v i Preildent Ktfo Chang, ,'after juch hesitation has been pwioaded y the mtnistera to sign a currettcy oan agreement undar which the Jap- neso are to.advance eighty million gold yen notes in an effort to esUtdlah he Chinese currency. The agreement s said to contravene previous agree- ments with, the UnKed Statei, American war workers after Sep- ember 1 will w.ear disc-shaped badge! slightly larger than a Quarter with i red. white and blue enamelled bar at- tached. The department ot labor an- lounced that the design for-the war .ndustrles badge had been completed by Joseph Davidson of New York and that tho first ol