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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 16, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta tCbe OAILV ANb WMKkV BasiaeM VtlCPMONM MftMrlatlen MMMi tar weak yett by by by year to Datea at daily ailCorUy te eoa I ot i lUe the sab THE The aHies to away the German although there no fighting now oft large French continue to advance at while the Canadians and British have Improved ttetf Statements from Parto to die that the German since the started of six million Japan to sending trvopi in baste to the aid of the Cseohs hi Am wrlcaa leading at VlstMvos and ifce are that the there js now taklne CROP MlTUflNS VWttT The oropaare better the ma jority otpaoplft That to rm hear every day from own who are travell ing over thecountry ox their bnai the Bolshevik movement need be Lentne and Trotsky hvre no national feeling Russia means Wg to them except as a ftartlng point tor the worldwide proletarian revolu tion about Whlah they The Allied difficulty to dealing with since the second wjtoltojol last been to reach SOme decision M to how fM Jt Would be ptoper to go In recogniitng dialing with tho Bolshevik govern ment Because It was tho de gov ernment ot Hie country and professed an intention to out a programme of Joclftl and pollllcat there In all the Allied nations those who deslredthe Entente powers to ac cept tlie Bolsheviks ai the true repre sentatlves of the Russian The chief champion of the wai the London which has a fatal facility for us re presentative in Arthur HM been an active publicity agent for Lenlne and An attempt made to represent Trotzky and Lenlne as opposed to but through to submit to German direc tion i and the Allied urged were Woral These ap wert tWfflaninsplr edkftd dieAlUea Mthrng have trap Russia PASSING And the etatemcnt is right There Us no bumper not oren an aver age but anyone who tells yon that the crop to an aheolute v iant aware of the There is a great deal of tour aad tlve In the and Is bane cut wtf wiji SO centt a boshel there wasnt nrach incentive to Jut ao But with wheat at it is a differ ent and the formers are head ing all their to mve the Yesterday we had the opportun ity of seeing a fanner away east of Stirling busily engaged In cutting a crop which would yield five six buffhels to It WM so short that It was necessary to use flax attachment to handle it It not be handled with the ordinary bmder but the were be ing saved and in and that termer will reallBe per acre as a result of his effort Four or five bushels may not Mem much but when by Ger these atenipts Were be ing made to Allies to give their suport to the Bolshevik govern which ia effect aGerman opposition varied In character to the LeaineTrptaky de Veloped appeals JOT help to save Russia fr6iA the Germans and their Bolshevik to reach the outside world Y For the Jail months there has been controversy In the allied coun tries as to allied policy to ward Russia should be while the governments of the Entente it was were deeply To leave matters alone might mean tha complete economic and military subjection of Russia by the Germans tointervene against the Bolsheviks might be followed by a formalalli ance between the Central Empires and the ostensible government of Russiawhich might haVe incalculable military conf The difficulty was Increased by the fact that the op position to the Bolsheviks had not been organized on a national The Bolshevik were equally objects of to the reactionary par tisans of the old regime and to the so cial revolutionaries who had brought about the Nothing definite could be done until there were certain developments 1 the antldemocratlti character of the Bolshevist movement was revealed 3 the subserviency of the Bolsheviks to Germany was fully established by such acts of treason to the interests ot Russia as the pro posed cession ot the Mnrman coast to which had become a German dependency S anorganized oppo sition plainly baaed upon the popular will began to emerge from the f pne takea the aggregate throughout the LrthbrMge railway dtotrlet aad add In the good crape which win fee nt m the uroal the total is Wg to be many minions of jrorth aa many millions ot dol Tha crop of the railway dhtrtat tttls year will be worth f at the very least aad it may run as high Tteta nothing be pessimistic about MIRED CR Newigatherlng is an Indispensable Secretary Baker said In dis cussing draft though a particular mans relation to that in dustry must Baker upon the facts In his case and the possibility ot replacing Fire practically swept clear the amusement portion of Ocean the bay resort about eight miles from The flames started in a kitchen and soon laid the park In The Ocean View Hotel caught fire several times and was saved with difficulty by a bucket brigade formed by blue A test case which will have an im portant bearing on the military status of Canadian locomotive engineers and trainmen been de cided by Justice Duff at when Arthur the oldest locomotive engineer in the service of the Canadian Government was ordered to report for Mary Roberts one of Am ericas foremost responding to the nations Call for has enrolled with the department of nursing of the American Red Cross and soon will take her place with that valuable armyof women who are ministering to the sick and wounded In Patrick of Ren frew was killed in his bed by The bed was split by the force of the and the body was badly Charles of Ad Renfrew had all his barns and outbuildings and this seas ons hay crop destroyed by fire as the result of A presidential mandate was Issued on August 10 in establishing a currency bureau and authorizing the Issuance of gold currency It is announced that this is done with the view of facilitating international trade and preparing for the adoption ot a currency system on a gold It was announced at a meeting of Army and Nary Veterans recently that the commissionaires under their organisation will be or ganized so as to supply the moat re liable and trustworthy soldiers and sailors to banks and other The men will wear the uniform of this branch and in all be bonded by a guarantee Because many Detroit residents have attempted to smuggle sugar out of Collector of Customs Smith Issued a warning that exporta tion of sugar of anx sort 4spunishable by a fine of not less thin person found smuggling and the carrier allowing the sugar on board Premier Oliver ot Victoria saMihat while iaaw of ot Van couvar had considered in tion with the once of agent gettral for British Columbia in M ap pointment bad been made M yet A fatal accident occurred at Cfcsp pice near Medicine Hat wfctn Matsen was engaged wth his two sons in lifting the cribbing oat of a well with a windlass when tfea CHAUAOCUA IS committee ot the crank broke and tha flfaak ly ing around struck him on tha rendering him later M President Feng Kwo much hesitation has been persuaded by the ministers to sign a cnrreocy loan agreement under which the Jap anese are to advance eighty million gold yen notes In an effort to establish the Chinese The agreement is said to contravene previous agree ments with the Untted American war workers after Sep tember 1 will wear discshaped badges slightly larger than a quarter with a white and blue enamelled bar at The department of labor an nounced that the design for the war industries badge had been completed by Joseph Davidson of New York and that the first ot the medals would be ready for award on The St Thomas city council Is in a pretty Unless new addi tions are made to the nurses home In connection with the Amasa Wood hos there is a strong possibility that the hospital may have to close down for lack of and at the same time the renovations that are needed Which will cost at least have not been included in the estimates for the The issuing of an overdraft to that amount not legal and the bank is unlikely to accept The only solu tion appears be to get the vote of the people and by that time It will be too late for building operations to be carried out this a ferry incur the same Ha The request of United Traction Company of Albany for permission to increase the rate of trolley fares from five to six in Troy and THE Blitate and rraace have recognized W alllea the CteehoSiovaka of Rus awl ready o tMlp The Statee to being asked to Soflow the itnne and no doMbt Japan XMtme and Trotaky have Red rom Moscow aad a Roaaua front toaybe rebuilt Dealing with the pot Wblltty of easternffont to peg Praaa the Wlnnl Though the situation te flsjssjla la still some are Into light Chief among the unchallengeable fact that the Soviet government is now regard id bir the great mass of the Russian peoptsi inofudlng most of those who were at tha outset Its as h which maintained Itself in power by the in Mreot support of the De Iplte the drastic employed to enforce its the Soviet govern Jaent tt la is now virtually It an Reports by way ot tbftfc it is about to abandon Mos saw and take refuge in Kronitadt it Is to be it can he by the German Mos Hbp most Russian of all Russian will have nothing more the U it can relationship between the leaders and tha Germans of aad From Onr Own Cormponftent Commerce and Rogers have returned from their holidays after visiting Calgary and Delaney of the Bar ons taking charge here during absence of and Welgand have re turned from their summer Mflllgan has been granted a tew days leave of absence and is spending the same with his parents Although the heat ot summer Is rery trying there are a few faithful members of the Commerce and Dis trict Red Cross who are al ways present at the and who keep up the Red Cross sew ing at The following Is a list of the work completed during the months ot June and July 8 dozen surgical 22 dozen 2 13 dozen knitted face 6 dosen 6 dosen private property 2 12 dozen pinow 4 12 dozen many tall 47 day 11 dress ng 13 pain 4 dozen bin 8 operating gowns and 3 nurses Rogers paid an official visit to Retlaw on Wednesday in lie capacity ot secretarytreasurer of he Betlasr Hardware Phe firm is n6w opened up for busi ness In their fine new with a 1 line of up to date goods and every thing is progressing satisfactorily un leruia capable management of former mayor of Medl other places In this granted by theirnbllc service1 commis The order is to become effec tive on five days notice by the com All Italians In liable for military within the next two return to Italy to join the Italian army or they will be handed over to the Canadian military authori ties and put into the ranks of the Do minion This order will affect many thousands of including at least In the province of British The first penalty for violation of the regulations prohibiting the use the manufacture of ice cream of more than ten per cent of or moro than six pounds of cane sugar to eight gallons of ice has been impos ed by the Canada Food Board on Mike of the progress being made in the develop ment of new Industries In Canada are given In a statement Issued by the Imperial Munitions The de mand for supplies of sine and copper required In the manufacture of muni led to an Investigation In 1916 to ascertain the feasibility of refin ing copper and producing metalKo sine in This has resulted In the establish ment of the copper refining industry in this country fpr the first time In its history and a tine plant was erect ed by the Consolidated Mining and Smeltflng Company at at a cost of The production of zinc was increas ed from a dally of 1000 pounds to a present production of approxim ately 50 tons a The present annual capacity ot the zinc and copper plants is approxim re fined it lously obay from Berlin but the view generajy held Is that they wbOM icoasslon to power hy tho Qermaus because r tmpowl Ible the plans Of exploitation and penetra r That His ness is closed for fifteen busi Rogers also reports that the crop In the Retlaw district are during the past three of was a business visitor here on Satur day and James have return ed from their holidays after having spent a very enjoyable time at Blair more and the surrounding mountain district We are pleased to report that there are several farmers within a radius of tep miles of who claim they will get some where 30 bushels of wheat to the considering the dry season this 1s refreshing and Green returned home on Sunday having spent their vacation at Bellarue and ttie sur rounding Several persons were cut at Winni peg by flying glass or shaken up by the concussion when a street car smashed Into the car Read was cat in the back of the head Young was severely shaken up and a whose name could not be as was cut in the mouth and The injured were taken to the Twelve freight cars woro demolish ed in the Grand Trunk yards at Mer and several others dam aged when a westbound de sold moufh tMMM to man and of asatM them nrtksitlMtic and Wank are nsfke the ChavMMtiUa a tt will become an aftftial affair spite ot the groucuerf ike The and the Ferris wheel have cone again aftet a half years to the wild de light ot ths Juvenile inhabitants our We notice many older grown refreshing their memories of bygone especially tt they knew the fam ous midway ot the Chicago Worlds where some mounted skyward on the first ferrls We have an Idea forcingItself upon our conscious tt may have come from the sub conscious that a good many of the side Issues at this show might be eliminated to the advantage ot our youth and for the protection of the unwary and the Aldermen dont like to be dictated to by any body When a little moral reform is It is wonderful what wise solons we Some fellows complained they were too poor to purchase a ticket for the Chantauqua but lost half a hundred dollars at some of the The Blalrmore girls basketball team brought down to defeat two teams from Frank on Monday The games were played on the Military Hospital Our returned boys at the Sanatorium enjoyed the tun and were splendid The team also went to Bellevue last conveyed there by the West Canadian carry all They won against Bellevue 34 to they had also defeated Bellevue a week ago on Blalrmore The third game will be play ed week in All the fans will be The local visited the Orange Lodge at Coleman on Tues day The Coleman brethren will pay a return visit next Lavole of the West Canadian Collieries went to Calgary on Monday evening on business He expects to return at the week Knapman of Lethbrldge who motored up last week returned today to Residents of Frank and Hillcrest were much In evi dence at the Chautauqua A large number of cars were parked on the grounds this afternoon and even from the nan Owed ot vlcted oft attempted burglary JiMr was serif to the peniten tiary on June 29th for three His escape from at Edmon along with two other marks him for the bad man police believed He with 18 others Ware working in the mine being operated by the The deputy warden went down during the day to bring up a man who WM re ported On calling the prisoners together he found there were only 28 present of the 19 who went down into the A search Wlfc immediately and are Jones was captortd by the pen guards on otf The are still at FREAK WIND AT DOES DAMAGE dam age by a Dream Dreams freak wind which Jjtopt a sec tion of the Hudson River around 225th street and a part of the upper West A foreign warship anchored in the dragged her anchor in the gale and was helplessly to ward the on the New York1 Six tugs steamed full speed to the war vessels assistance in re sponse to signals for They threw lines to the helpless ship when she was in shallow Only feet from the and dragged her out Considerable damage done by the wind to the war resreported it could be without sels superstructure but her officers George son of of Medicine has been killed In General Canadian minister of mili has telegraphed General Currle Warmest congratulations on your brilliant A steady How of reinforcements from Canada will sup port you in your General Currie replied Your message of congratulations sincerely appreciated by all Canadas support through you has made our success Central Repair Shop ALL KINDS OP AUTO REPAIR WORK HANDLED PROMPTLY AND Storage Accessories Phone 1023 324 11th Street Dowll no AUTO TIRES OF ALL SIZES VULCANIZED By the Famous Haywood System RETREADING A REPAIRING By Experienced All work Special Equip ment for Rim Cut RITCHIE 208 13th St Elllaon Dont Forget That you can get your worn suits also clothes of every description cleaned and press ed and made to LOOK LIKE NEW at the Lethbridge c Laundry Dry Cleaning It is the only uptodate Dry Cleaning POWER PLANT in south of Phone 451 Managi Charlie Is again at provincialjail having tak scending the grade at a high rate of en French leaveltbVfj He was Ptneher because of failure of the brakes aideswiped an east bound freight which was entering a siding to make room for Included in the destroyed merchandise was a quantity of parts for Special taxes ot 910 a on occu pation or except the war industry farmers and ministers of the were written into the war rev enue bill by the house ways and means A similar tax was placed on any business with receipts of 000 a yearor more with a levy of a year on wholesale houses with re ceipts of or Americas mission to the British Trades Union which meets in September 18 and will be headed by Samuel president of the American Federation of will tour Franco and Italy to confer with local leaders and Inspect labor Gompers will be accompanied by Wmi ft president of the Bricklayers and Plasterers Union John president of the Internut tonal UnionEJgar Wallace editor of the United Mine Workers and president of campaign to organize collection of the tho International Boot and Shoe and shells all over the Corkers f JlfsWsionV1 and nut shall clubs are being formed throughout England in consequence of Information from the ministry of munitions that fruit and shells qan be convert e4 into charcoal for use in the manu facture of gas masks for the 13 said to have a greater flif absorption than that made from any other The nat ional sajvage council has started a Creek last ntght by Detective At Pincher Matthews mittea for trial horse He hap that be wants a speedy Warden Rivers of the provincial jail called at the Vf this morning and lodged another infprmat Ion against Matthews for eacaplng lawful He will conjf up for a preliminary hearing on and it ip t expected that the manner of hie which has been somewhat ot a will be clear ed up TWO KAISERg ARE IN CONFERENCE NOW Emperor Charles of Auatrla Oacmafl main according a telegram to Lekal Anselfer of from Karl war Emperor William and ad visors have halding an Im portant conference ft headquar the and cal and art reaching their highest point with the coming of the Austrian emperor and hlg ANDY REPAIRS RADIATORS ALL WORK REAR DALLAS HOTEL Upatalre HAND CARS FOR OPEN DAY AND MIGHT MS Second Ml The Provincial School Of Agriculture ALBERTA REOPENS The course over period of two winters of five Courses are given In PRACTICAL AGRICULTURE AND DOMESTIC No entrance examination is THE COURSE IS ENTIRELY FREE The minimum age ot admission for boys is 15 years and for girls 10 For Calendar and further particulars apply to Schoole of School When your Auto Cylinders and Pistons become Coated with Carbon take your car to the Graham Motor and Have the carbon burned out with ThU is the only sure way ot removing the Manner ;