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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 16, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta AUGUST LETHBMDOB DAILY IJERALD PAGE FIVE HHUMNOF MAN CHEER ARIALOF ALLIES Enthusiastic Over Their Coming Soon Free Now MOUNTEDPOLICE squadron of cavalry to bs furnished by the Northwest Mounted Police will form part of the Canadian Expeditionary Force to squadron commander has not been HIS GET AFTER THESE DOLLARS We have the We have the Our prices are And yet there is a lot of money slipping away from us Join the Tradeat Home NOBLE FARMS WILL HAVEBlGGERAREA THAN EVER IN 1919 Returns This Would Have Been Half Million With Normal Crop SOME RECORD Ag railway morethan 130 miles in length behind the French front has been built in less than 100 days and yesterday pan opened tor Its purpose is Mo im prove the communications be tween northern and south ern parts of the northern rail way The construction of the line involved the build ing of two important bridges and a tunnel 375 yards In Harvest on the Noble holdings ht Barons and tKe Gamer on ranch northeast of the city are get ting under and prospects are bright for a very fair With under of which k3 000 have been stmifiiejfallpTyed this NoTileta expecting a return Irom his years endeavors which will runxround the thus putting him in the lead among farmers of the Had the crop been normal his total returns would have close to the half million i mark this but in spite of the partial reverse Noble is quite op timistic and Wis faith the country has never been We will have a larger area under crop next year than said Noble to an are putting In acres or winter rye this fall for a Noble is actively engaged in personally superintending the work on the various Just now harvest In the thief activity but immediately this is out of the way work on pre paring more land for increased pro duction next year will be When one considers that Noble UB under cultivation a block of land more than a township and aquarter In extent the magnitude of the under taking can be but Noble B handling it as easily as when he tarted and a couple of sec lions was consiJfcred a big project for one THE SlAlNIN MACHINERY FOR REGISTRATION OF for the registration of the additional men estimated as coming under the provisions of the newtlpan power bill with the extension of draft iges to Include men between 18 and 45 already has been set in mot Provost Marshal General Crow who will have charge of the regis tration of the new in a statement published said that preliminary instructions have been issued to all draft officials and upon passage of the bill by everything will be in readiness of the Registration of the ujen affected by the draft extension will have to be held not later than September and if possible on September General Crowder because the available list of including those to registered August will be ex hausted by October I news papers comment bitterly upon ithe manifesto issued by Great Britain in recognition of the CzechoSlovak na It is the acme of hypocrisy when England gives these notorious trai tors a testimonial jthat they are wag ing legitimate the Cologne Gazette This recognition will remain only a recognition on paper if the Central as they have so remain victorious against the world says the Frankfort Ga Our defeat alone could assist the CaechoSlovaks to that political independence which the entente grants them so it is a serlqus the importance of which we must not under estimate om the view point of Englands which is doubtless acked by the remainder of the en must certainly affect detrimen ally the meagre prospects of peace ecause promises have been made ar Yustrian which promises couli nly materialize after the collapsa of population of the Murmansk region roielved with joy the British force Hun landed there according lo an allied diplo mat who has arrived in London from 1 was In Murmfln when the British troops he and I am able to describe tinpleasure that their arrival Old men and women wept with tears of crying last Russia Will be The women aristocracy knew that Germany is their Never has the sit mil ion been so favorable as today for the presence of the allies in men In Petrograd who held high positions In the old Russian army say their worst enemy They have told mo that they now know that the only real friends of Russia are the Urge Bolshevik to propa gandists belonging lo the labor organ izations supporting l IIP Bolshevik re gime have left Moscow for the front where the Bolshevlki arc fighting the according to a Mos cow telegram by way of The object of the propagandists is to stim ulate the military spirit of the Soviet troops In their Addressing the delegates in a fare well aays the the date of which is not Premier Lenine urged them to the utmost ef forts to raise the spirits and morale of the troops to the level and thus bring about the suppression of the You must imbue them with the consciousness of the danger and the need of every honorable man support ing the Soviet Lenine Is quoted as Are cir cles in Petrograd were surprised and dismayed when the German and which had gone toPet rograd from suddenly left the former Russian according to a Stockholm dispatch to the quoting the Fetrograd the only antiBolshfevlki newspaper al lotfed to appear iti Al hough the Gazette is opposed to the Bolshevik it is violently pro erman and It is said that the arrival of the German embassy Petrograd gave reason for the belief that it would re main there The mis sion numbered and brought its ar chives and stores to Petrograd bjs The Gazette prints a dispatch from Kiev stating that the Germans are making wholesale ar rests of especially railway employes and are sending them to con centration camps at BrestLltovsk and French Headquarters In By Reuters I The successor of General Von who commanded the first German ar my In the attack on General Gourards army In the Champagne last apparently Is General Von a who had been minister of war in Dresden and had distinguished himself In leafllng a Saxon army corps In the offensives of this THE ORPHEUM The surprising mystery Mid night written by Elliott Clawson and directed by Rupert Ju lian Is one of technical excel It Is at the Orphenm The first scenes launch the observer Into a jewel theft In an following which a shot Is ffred which strikes a man in the Two men appear In the story shortly after each wounded in the hand One of them Is the Irentico mid the other a strange Indiv idual named Both rail at the same hotel apartment qfcthe hero What the Press Agents Say AT STARLAND Enid tlio pretty and popu lar Australian screen makes her debut under the auspices of Thomas Ince the Starland thea tre today In The Keys of the Right This In a story of the life and adventures of Mary Manning the woods of Wisconsin with her invalid her grim old grandfather and an Her mother has been wait Ing each day for eighteen years fof the return of her ft derelict and a drunkard in nearby When he finally It IB only In time to he present at his for the shock of the proves too much tor her slender x even Tom the strong young woodsman who had come to take so large a place In her and who had recently gone away on a Mary Is left to struggle Her efforts to guard ner fa ther from further backsliding and the sacrifice she makes Mr hlW earns for not only happi ness and the great love of Tom also the affection of her crusty old EN POLICEMEN WOUNDED IN RIOTS Associated policemen have beei seriously and many rioters njured in a riot at Nagoya over the ilgh cost of Fifty persons have een arrested at Nagoya and 300 men and women at POINTS TO OBSERVE IN BUYING FILLETS OF FISH b 13 Associated situation in Western Siberia leaves no room for in the opinion of tho vice president of the Russian section of the CzchoSlovak national In statement made recently he aaiil hat mobilization by the Bolshevikl of dustroGerman prisoners of war had men to the enemy fore He said it would be impossible to reach even under the most favorable circumstances In less than and that perhaps two months yould be In the and sandy lountry beyond IrkufskT the move ment of troops would be but he position of the CzechsSlovaks iiay become precarious if assistance t not speedily Their numbers are diminishing owing to Hckness and impossibility of renewing BRAZILIAN IS New Aieo elated carries the follow ing The Brazilian motor ship Ma toneigroM hae been by a German sub marine off the American Word of the loss the received here today In insurance The was picked up another veeeel and will be landed at an Atlantic AT THE EMPRESS THE HILLCREST MYSTERYAT THE Irene one of the most pop ular of all photoplay has an unusually fascinating role in the new Pathc The The story teems with sffspcnse and with a touch of color from the great war in which Castles aviator Vernon lost his When the United States realizes the need for a vast number of ships and sends out its Thomas Sterling m donate his im mense shipbuilding plant to the gov ernment for the duration of the He announces his decision to his as sociates on the birthday of his pret ty There is a gay party at the Sterling es that Marion proudly wears a the gift of net and a solitaire from his young and handsome Hugo Smith Smith lives at Hillcrest and is highly favored as a prospective soninlaw by But while her father in his the marriage of his daughter to Marion reserves indepen dence of action and thinks a grea deal of Gordon her father goodlooking young The web of mystery woven about th group enlarges and fascinates as th picture Every lOc Packet of N WILSON S FLY PADS WILL KILL MORE FLIES WORTH OF ANY STICKY FLY CATCHER Clean to Sold by all f Grocers and General DISTILLED WATER Delivered to any part of the LETHBRIDGE BREWERY TONIGHT AND TOMORROW Enid Bennett IN KEYS OF THE ALSO TWO REEL COMEDY THE SULTANS WIFE ORPHEUM Tonight and Tomorrow had since been lept too This of fish will keep for only a clays when put under the best it exposed to air in i warm will quickly develop small white A NEW RECORD of anthracite coal in July attained a high record and with two were the largest ever reported in any one A HUN AGENT I New president of the Felix Scholler Paper a German owned now under the control of the property costort pleaded guilty in the Federal court today to an indictment charging him with having falsely claimed Am erican citizenship so that his corpor ation might be permitted to import photographic and carbon paper from Germany prior to the entrance of the United States into the lS AT OTTAWA Royal Prince Arthur of Con arrived here at o clock this Several af fairs are being planned for Special General MEETING OF THE Great War Veterans Association LETHBRIDGE BRANCH Will be Held in the Club Rooms at AUGUST 16th The Provincial President of the Great War Veterans Associa WILLIAM will be in attendance Business of very vital importance will be and ALL RETURNED MEN Whether Members or not ARE URGED TO ATTEND AUGUST MIDNIGHT MADNESS FEATURING BEAUTIFUL RUTW CLIFFORD Thle is a Bluebird ALSO PLENTY OF COMEDY EMPRESS TONIGHT AND TOMORROW SPECIAL CHILDRENS Irene Castle The HiUcrest Mystery Introducing the best dressed woman in CHAPLINS ONLY RIV HAROLD LLOYD In a Screaming Farce THE NONSTOP KID Alto Latest Screen A big show for the No advance in Xjome COMING MONDAY WOMAN AND THE LAW COMING THURSDAY The Price of a Good Time Bad fish may be a very dangerous food and Uio faculty of producing a complete of sometimes several days In these days when the coat of living is house wives are looking for meat that wil bo and naturally think of because of the comparato cheapness this Hutwha may appear cheap anil good4 maj prove to be very expensive if sick ness bo the Because of the absence of bone and fillets are to prepare fo the it is not very difficult tell it ft whole fish is but whei cut into fillets it becames much hjrd Fillets are frequently cut froir fish that have been dead from tei to fourteen that from fish left over when all shipping orders have been These fillets are then soaked in anuato for a long time to take away the bad which gives that yellow color which is sup posed to due to To tell the difference between a fresh and stale fillet of fish is very Fillets from fresh fish may sometimes appear that is moist on the They how always firm to the are nQt easy to and will Iqave the lingers Those taken stale fish on contrary are always easy to break and whun handled will leave the fingers Tako a small piece between tho finger aud thumb and U il leaves a that fish is not if there Is the least sign of a greencolored utreaki it is a sure sign that tho fish was oilhur sUle when cut into fillets or SHARPBNS ITS OWN BL AUTOMATICAUY Munvwrfn CM SEND YOUR BOY AN IT IS THE GIFT HE NEEDS 22 cents postage will deliver an Auto Strop kAzoft Overseas by firstclass registered mail I181 Your Dealer will look after it for you ;