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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 3, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta r THE LETHBRTDGB HATLY MtittALD JULY Ibctalfc flibevta DAILY ANO WEEKLY Proprietors and LETHBRIOGE HERALD ING 23 6th Street Lethbnags t President and Managing Director j John Tonanca Business r n T3LFPHONES j Business Office iVdltorVil Subtcrlptlon per per year by par year by per year by per year to of of s pear dally on address Accept tnce of papers nato 11 oar authority to continue tee suo THE PROGRESS OF THE The Germans have regained ground taken from them by the in counterattacks The British on the other have had success ful raids at other points on the The Italian front has been the scene of a series of attacks both from the Austrian and Italian The Aus trian attacks broke while the Italians were able to gain important has begun her campaign for control of and has landed large forces burning Alberta It is pretty good one ever froze who could secure enough And ft does take as much as Winnipeg gers seem to Hut the question of providing stor age space and the money wherewith to purchase Alberla coal early In the summer Is a big question whichcan he solved only by the cooperation of gov ernments and It is iniiO true that all people have not the mo ney to lay in a SI00 supply of coal so in the Neither have they the capacity In the base ments of their And on account they are not placing their orders with their In turn not placing their order with the mine The result is that only a small portion of bae needs are being the summer even if these difficulties were nil smoothed there would still be the great difficulty of finding the men to produce all the coal Alberta this the steady work will produce more coal yenr millions wtfi needed to supplythe work more miners steadily the year not the Can the governroenf find tlietn tor us It people have mighty Their Is that are not sure whether we can supply the de We are not sure ourselves The bestwe can do give them their Ot all the we can s6d endeavor to find more min ers uTaiake up ot wife of Major George is lor been appointed a member of the Nova Scotia The Minister of Labor deprecates employers forbidding their employees to join labor Prof an studying at bus been placed under Tho new draft across the border will add approximately The Senate has refused to limited its The Royal Red Cross hns been awarded to Nursing Sister Matilda of Cecil aged wns while nwfmming in Thames at Trinity Kurt Conn has conferred of on Camp has Install i class ton ladles having tendered her the board of govor Ttsr las appointed as her successor of Three Minneapolis papersTho Kvening Tribune and Oally the prices of their papers from one to cents per On tlio Rimind that outside enter tainment look too much money from city in Mayyr David son ounoded the idoa of a Chiiutau la week in Winnipeg this In order to greater production for war pnrpof the Quebec meilt has decided to allow the em ployment of girts over years of ngo for night thus suspend ing I ho law which forbids the em ployment of females for nisht ed its own With a capacity of 2ii tons a I v Studv of industrial has i John acred ben discontinued by the Rockefeller formerly proprietor of the kssex foundation owing to the died In A total of gallons of whiskey Is now he4d lu bond across RusselJ Selby and Net at New raged has re turned to liia old Ut1 John aged JbrihiVr New Yorks limited to a twofound sugar purchase nt any I one v While collecting Diotte at 70 years of of New YorlK has been I president of the Interim i tional Typographical i The Royal Air Force Is peeking wo men for employment in the various i lying who will bo treated as I civilian Threefamily houses are favored by civic commissionerto solve the housing problem at Toron I James Gordon son of of and formerly of is reported killed in Officers on roasting vessels I have been granted a 2o per war Irisk bonus on account of Uboat Claim Conscription Is Depleting Ranks of Hnryest Labor THE CASE OF ftfE miitter what the outcome of the legaVfight being waged as to the uncoflf tltutlonallty or otherwise of the governments orderincouncil Ing certain exemptions under the Military Service the govern ment cannot afford to have men taken wholesale out of the It the or derlncoundl Is Illegal then parlia ment vlll have to be called to make it The men are needed and if the government cannot get them by present provide other means without delayi Bennett may win fame for himself as a lawyer by ar guing the but the government cannot afford to delay just to please Bennett FARMERS AND THE PROFITEERING Prices forwheat in the have been set for 1918 at practically the figures as lor old basis of Considering the fact that there was a strong agi tation throughout the wheat growing statesto hive the price lncreased1o JJSvoO the decision I The setting of the wheat price at this time is of peculiar interest to the people of Western Canada in view of the fact that a partial crop failure is In the past there has been a tendency on the part ot some peo ple to look on the farmers as profit eers ti the extentof being very out spoken on References to wheat have not always been touch ot the experience of the of Southern Alberta tfrls and the that the i government has deemed it wise to i leave the established price of utand in the of an wii eat crop to the should re move any doubt entertained in the minds of the Tew that farmers are making too much Two dol lars twentyone cents per bushel will aot make any Southern Alberta rich this year npUCATIONAU 15 i there are two sides to the Win nipeg fuel situation is shown by a jierupal arguments put for ward by deputy min later of public works for visited the city on Tuesday to gather information regarding the pro duction end of the coal and we are now more convinced than ever that what is needed is a campaign of education of the people of Manitoba to teach not only to store Al coal but how to use it after they get along with a campaign to provide more miners to produce the At present the situation seems to be that the Winnipeg people are not ordering first because they do nqt kftpw how to use second be Btprage at this time of year re qujres storage tspace ami Hie ready Ipney to buy the and last foe fpiuse they still have hopes of getting Pennsylvania As for the latter hope they may well disillusion themselves immedia tlio manner of using A lump it not a seviouo A change in equipment may be but j really the Winnipeg making too much of tin terror nf THE TREND OF EVENTS IN H To have said a month ago that Russia back would have produced a smile of Todayr there appears to bo a dis tinct possibility of such an For Russia is once more making his The dispatches from that coun try these days are but they are Former Premier Keren sky has appeared in appeal Ing for Allied help to save Russia from the maw of the Tho Bol sheviki government appears to have been The Grand Duke Nicholas is said to have been pro claimed while exCzar Nicholas ia said to have been assas There is no doubt whatever that Russia In a chaotic As things It is a question whether Hun domination will succeed In Rus or whether the Allies will be able to enough weight behind the more intelligent portion of the Russian population to save the coun try to real That to Ker enskys mission in He is go ing to Paris on the same mission and expects to visit Washington to fur ther Russias claims for recognition from the A foreign resident of who knows the country says that two steps should be taken Im mediately by the allied nations in con A military expedition should be taken immediately by the Allied gate way and keep open the rail and river The other step is the creation of an economic commission to tRussias wants and to en deavor to supply Individual traders from Allied countries could not cope with present The decline of the the break down of the financial chaos Into which Bolschevlsm has plunged the country have disrupted tho ma chinery of foreign The Allies must carry on trade In tho or iginal and primitive form of barter until tho financial system is A joint Allied trading organization to import arid sell tho commodities most needed by taking in ex change the food and materials which she could could link Itself with the great cooperative societies or unions which cover the Russian Em These societies would take care that no goods purchased by horn would lull into German They would collect the which they had for gale and assemble them at the ports where they woud re ceive the wares shipped by Inn the same steamers serving for the In coming and outgoing carg Kail road transportation is in bad shape In but the summer tle river communications are in full traffic could flow to and from id Russian interior on tho great artorles emptying into the On the Iaclfki coast tbtre could be no ob struction from is now in imminent danger of becoming it German commercial If Oiruiuny could hold out un til Ifiia and of or ganization Russia will have a storehouse of supplier and it may impossible to shpUa off tho foes yrii 011 acountry is potentially the richestlu tlm Tho oconufMU lieuelrufiou of liiuijeni tive iltity c i tin task ii iO they Ellen wife of Betour of the Eaton died at her j residence in Tho wife of passed after an Illness I hat lias extended over a j I Otto of was fined SI 00 and costs by Magistrate on y charge harboring two The total sustained tho American Expeditionary Force now men from the bo i On the payroll of the New is a cat which draws a year as rat and mouse The industries board is con sidering the advisability of reclaim ing junketl machinery metal for Barrle has been warded for cutting cords of hardwood in Algonquin the con sumers yard this wood will cost about per The Dominion Government has taken steps to acquire the property situated north of Andrews Col which will be utilized for the District The Speaker of the House of Re Ho Changu will arrive shortly on this con tinent for the purpose of studying the education systems The Belleville city council decid ed to withhold payment of a municipal grant to the Red Triangle work of the until the ru mors which have been current have been cleared of the member of the legislatureforNorth was badly burned on the right right arm and hands by her clothing catching firo when cleaning a drees with John for some years De puty Librarian of the Parliament died in a hospital in John a former lit en appointed secre tary of the Company of Chi v An old Ottawa and Hull boy has won anil distinction it tins front is William Forest second son of Ship production 1h the United States in June amounted to dead weight making tho total j 1018 production to dale Rural Dean who was recently culected as rector of Christ to succeed who removed to was formally Robert president of a largo tallow factory was Bliot four times and seriously wounded by his as the culmination of a Cobonrg digging up uncultivated back discovered an coal bin containing about 300 pounds of hard Naval Department announces that tho fishery regulations in have been amended so as to permit the seining of smelts after the 1st of The city health office has issued a warning that all in Prince Albert should be tho official testof the water supply showing that ft is After considerable negotiation be jtween the Edmonton exhibition an thorities and the provincial govern ment it has been decided not to im pose a war to amuse 1 at the stvrAmer I British and tfrilted States flags J were presentedfry Mas ionic Lodgeat Bttffalo at Brocks Mon jnment Niagara i Onti service flag was j i j aged and Elizabeth I both of DunnvilLe sectiried a marriage license in Niagara Bothhave grandsons at the Miss principal of Moul Three men were killed Major Robert was fatally and a score or more many of them seriously when westbound electric train crashed into an automobile truck at Fairbairn has been np polnted Ilref engineer of the Cana dian Pacific replacing chief Who is re tiring to enter private is the announcement by a special circular issued by Sir George vicepresi dent and approval by Lord ShauRh nessy at Jacob a New Vork wholesaler with making excessive pro fits on the sale of largo quantities of was ordered by the federal food board to contribute to the Red Cross or forfeit his Tho if will be the largest contribution tints far to tho Red Cross by a violator of tho food regu A ruling by Judge Cusson in the Enquete is of impor tance to medical men who attend cases at Judge Cussonheld it wns necessary iii cases before the criminal courts that the doctors who had knowledge who had seua with their own as he should appear ea witnesses and not officials of the hospitals with records even though such officials were medical superintendents or as sistant medical FORCIBLY WED Fl Notorious Thrown Out After Tilt With the Speaker Is July Reuters Ot tawa member for in rriovtng the ad journment of drew atten tion to the serious effect of combing out the agricultural laborers at the He said that ho was Inun dated with letters from farmers be wailing the probable disastrous ef fects of the governments and threatening to turn their cfattle into the harvest field unless they got the needed Roch stated that the agricultural committee wore not willing parties when thirty thousand laborers were called up and for which Sir Auckland Goddes was solely re sympathized 1 with the complaint voiced by bilt stated that the overmaster in need for men for the army was What we are asking the men to do on the land is nothing compared with they are demanding of themen at the I admit that the farmers cannot spare but t have found every farmers deputation to release men on the of be cause they had the imagination to realize what was going on on the west ern Several members criticized the gov ernment for sending men to the ront after three months Bo nar Law said that the government re cognized that the and boys were handicapped by having to fight with such short but Great Britain throughout the war had been handi by the necessity of having to I create an army from its The difficulties of securing man I power were becoming greater every month it was Impossible to decide such difficulties by discussions in the i which must give the gov eminent a blank check Kochs motion was JuW retused to leave the hoiina of commons when or dered to do so by the speaker for dis orderly conduct Noel Pen member for Hereford was turclbly removed by the Before hit the house on motion of drew Bonar un animously decided to suspend PembertonBiliing for the rest ot tho Noel PembfutonBniing has had an adventurous Previous to bo ing elected to the house 6f he was a soldier In the Boer an actor and a company promoter and an He came first liito the public eye two years when the newspapersreported him as an Independent for the house of commons on a platform de nouncing the government for alleged apathy toward alf service in the His career as a free lance member of the house of commons has been breezy andInvolved many tllte with the Early in Peirr bertonBilling was acquitted after a sensational trial ou the charge of li belling Miss Maud ar dancer and manager of the inde pendent At the trial testi mony was given tending to prove the existence of a book Pemberton Biliing alleged prepared by Gorman secret containingthe names of said to be addicted to vice arid held in bondage to Germany through fear of One of the witnesses said that she had seen the book and that It contain ed the names of exPremier Asqulth and Viscount former secretary of and Justice who tried the case When of acquittal was reached the in the court room cheered and the cheer ing was taken up by bundrodi of per sons in the BE PREPARED HAIL FOLLOWS HOT WEATHER INSURE NOW There is no saving in Only reliable companies repre y si Gibbons Company Phone 1191 Balmoral Block far off ports tlie trackless to the torrid lands licked in the to is there A ineetiiu of women In ii that drink and rating wuro hindering re iTiiiln ami urged the federal gov ernment 10 introduce prohibitive HK iiilatidii runada IUH doneIM order Uj national te thfcir bobt business icy cannot a new front thty should at erect a barrlur against i of ail Russia by Oorman iil v hnjie today of 4 new opposed to Ccrinuny on in tliere has been at any tlic ilinvnuili liio Experience 1917 THERE WAS PAID FOR HAIL INSURANCE IN SA8KATCHKWAN ALBER TA HAIL INSUR ANCE LOSSES TOTALLED EVERY LINE COM PANY PAID ITS LOSSES IN SINCE INCORPORA TION THE BRITISH AMERICA ASSURANCE COMPANY HAS PAID OVER IN Doesnt this appeal to you an a good reason why you should in sure with Rritish America Be safe rU Jr than sorry and new by letter or telephone Nelson and Company Fifth Street I etr li AlbJrti iB N CANADA sealed tiaht because men find Kept right comfort and refreshment in its continued Because of its benefits and because after Every Meal ;