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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - July 3, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOUR THE LRTTIBRlt)GE HATLY ITF.RALD . Wi-:i,)NESDAY, JULY .1. H�I8 Xctbbrl&oc, aibcita DAILY AND WecKuY Proprietor! and Pu!)liE!iir.. THE LETHBRIDGE HERAUD PRINT. ING COMPANY, LIMITGC 23'eth Street South. LclhbrldBS W. A. Buohai;an I-rea'.dent and Manasint; Dlrsctor John Tonnnco - - lJusintfJ Munascr Business �Editorial T3LFPH0NE3 Ofdca .............. 1252 0�li09 .............. Subscription Rate.il DnJly, Cellvered, per wck I IniriiirffC Alberta roal It is i)ri>ii.v , K'lciii stuff. No Olio ever frozo wtio ' I'milil !r.iv(ilin!T i;loi'- ngi- space and ilie monov wlierowith to inirc!iii.-i(- AlIii^r.M roiil early in ihe : sii;!iim>r ft; a lii;: (tae.'ltoa v. hu'li  r,ia : lu> solved (inl.v liy llu- eo-opctatidii 'oiieralor?. dealirr*. eonsuraeiv. .::ov-i ernnieiit.'! ami iwiinays. It i:: iiiiiio ,!nie that all jv-.-iple hav:- r.:i ' tlii.-t aeoount tliey are not placini; their I orders with their dealers, who. in j turn arj not ithioliip their order.'; wit'.i -^PICJCED UP PA SSING IpJi~TH� Bvi7-^V Mrs. Hejiy. of St. C.itharliios. wite -Major (lenigf H. Begy, la dciul. The V. S. Senate liniituil Its debates. ton ladle.';' eolU'tte, liavluK tendered Iier rei/lgriatloii, the lio.ird ol' (,'i)ver- inofs has apiiolii'Hd lier .iiieee.'j.sor ;:r:;r::!:::e Mol.erta Wlilteslite. (if j l^riiii'don, \Uin. ; Tliroo Miniiealnilis papers Tho i .Iimriial. Mvenlnj; 'I'l'lhiine and Dally ! News-increased the prices of their I pajiera from (mo to tv.i) c(-iil;i per' ARE b has rofiiscd to ' K. Finn. M.IM',. for Halifax, ^hns ^ i 1 eeii apii.-ir.ieci a nienilier of the N'ova | awarded to XuiMin  Si-otia Cioverninent. Tlio Uoyal Red t'ross has lieeu copy. The Miuisti>r of T.abor dcprocatC3 Clatintin. of Tlll.-.inlinrt;, Ont. _ x Cecil Martlri. aged M. was dro\yned On the f;roiinil tliat iiiifaldc enler-lainmeul looU too niiicli nioiiey from Sister Matilda i the city In w.ir (li.-ic. .Mayor Davidson ouiiosed the i;l-.-:i of a Cliantaii' a wrt'li in Winnipeg this aiunmer. eniployevs forhiddiiiK tholr employees j whik^ .'nvfniiiiinf,- In tfie thiiinos at to join I'.ihor ori;ani?.alion9. {London, Ont. an ' Austrinn. i Trinity t^oUeipe,KftrtCord.' Conn., been placed j h,is conferred the' dRKre(v of D.Sc. �n Col. Koo.'^eveU. Claim Conscription Is Depleting Ilanlts of Harvest I.,al)or Now. Prof v.. 1. \Verber. studyinir at Yale, has under arrest. .10 � the mine opiirators. The result is Dally, delivered, per year !.'.. J5.00 , that only a stiiall portion o( .Manit.v DRlly, by mail, par year ......M.OO are beinc: lillodduring t'.ie Wookly, by niall. per ycsr .....11.80, ,,,,,,,,,,,. ,,o,tiw �S'Bckly, by mail, por ypar to TI.S..J2.0D I -""""e' n.outn=.. -:----------1 Itiit even if the.-e difficulties were DatM ot oxplry of flubscrlftions [ ,i, ^,nooX\u- Accept- , ,. tnce of papers .-tie e:tplrat..n .-ato It | t'ypnr; IVut-another, two The new draft comb-out across the ; Camp Wadsworth.'^S.C.. has instiill-bordor will add ai'proxiniately -.�ii"i.il"i'i I ed Its own ice'iilant.'with .a capacity toi ciafs one. lot '-Ti tons a day. � Study of industrial rc.iationa. has been di,~ciiniinued by the Uocke'L'cUer I'oundaiiou owiin^ to the wa'.'. A total of .IT^.l-Sr.L'T;) gallons of whiskey is now lie^d iu-Kvnd -acrooS the border............. .lohn K. Canipliell. a.-Tcd seventy, formerly proprietor of the Essex llon.-i'. dipd in Windsor. ('.. Pcott. of New "S'ork. has boon re-eioclod president Mf the Internn-lional TypoKi-aphical Cniou. G-rmans have ropained ground | "liUioii.-i will ineedod tn-supply tbo �   .........: - � from them by the Ilritish. in ; (leni:>"d."T1iisMs, -ivork for-'JOOO more j A. G. I'.abeock. agct'. n7_, has THE PROGRESS OF THE WAR. The G taken counter-a.tt-acks today. The Hritlsh on thci other hand, have bad success-fill raids at other points on the line. The Italian front has been the scene of a series of attacks both from the Austrian and Italian sides. The Aus- RiisselJ Selby and N'otl McHachren ' Tho Roy.'.l Air Korcc is seeking wo- woro dr.nvned ^y^}il9 .IjaJJtinK, at Now-eastfe. ; nten for emptoyment in the various i tlyiuK canipti, who will he treated as , ch lltau labor. ' nilnens .WoVkiii^ steadily the year turned to his old trade, sbilihuildint,-. rounc',.- Ve-have not tbo minor.3. Can �'fTdccMna-. Wash. � .Tohn R. Campbell, aged seventy, the Eovprnjnenf find Uieih Tor \is? If ______^......^.........^....._______ so. tbti- xVinaipeg jicoplo -would, have : t^rf^io'i- jiropri^tor �oi''tlJ6; RsiES-house, mighty iiltla-Vkick ' cotniiis;. Their � ^^'"'l'--'"''"' ' great difficulty is that they, are not ; ' ' York's .rosldDntB', are � limited trlan attacks broke down, while the | ^uro wiiother -*ve can supply the de- two-lumnd stisar-purclinSo mt any .Ualiana were able to gain important | mand. - Wo -are not sure o'uTso!ve, -ilrs, A. j Diotto at Montreal..- James .-Conway, j 70 years of age, felL,..dead.'. ; .Tacob KiiUa, a Ne-\v York -syhnlcsaler charged- with niaking excessive profits on the scle of lar.^e qinntlties of flour. li; oi-dercd by tiu^ |-eder.il food boiird to contribute $'J."i,i)ilil to tlK� lied (r.iss or forfeit his license. Tlio "fine," if paid, will be the lar.Liest coiitribtition llsn.s far to tbo Red Officers on V, K. coasting veasels i Crosii by a violator of tho food rcgu-havo heen granted a l'."> per cent, warllations. risk bonus on account of U-boat raids. THE CASE OF TKE ORDER-IN-COUNCIL. No matter what the outcome of tho THE TREND OF EVENTS IN RUSSIA. To havQ said a month ago back- London, .Tuly 2.-(Via Router.'? Ot- ... I l;>wa Agency.)-W. V. Uocli, monibor In order to :'. aw greater production [ ,,,,,,, , . . for war purpc- tlu- Quebec Govorn-[I'ombroko.shlrc, in moving tho nd-meiit has decided to allow th(^ cm-, j'nirnment of the house, drew iiltcn-ployment of i;irl.-! in'er eiglitceu yeani , tioii to the s(!ri()ti!i ctfoct of eoiiihing of age for night work, thus suspend-j out the agricultural lahnrors at tho harvst. Ho said that ho was Inundated with loiters from furnicrs bo-i wailing tho prnbablo disastrous of-ontrlght, 1 feels ot the government's action, and threatening to turn their (.'attlo into llio liarvesl field iiulessi tli(!y got tho needed Itihor. .\lr. Roch stated that tho agriciiltnrnl (ominitte(> wore not willing parties when thirty thousand Ithorers wo.ro called up liiid tor which Sir Auckland lloddcs uaa Bololy ro sponsible. R. V). I'rothero. >l.V.O.. sympathized with the coiiiplnint, voiced liy Mr. Roch, bdt stated that tlio ovormnstor-iii?; iiuod for mc-n for the army was paraiiiiniiit. "\'-lK'it wc are n.skiiig the moil to do on the land is nothing compared with what they are duniandiug of the men at the front. 1 admit that the farmcra cannot spare men. lint 1 have found every farmers' deputation to release men on tho score of patriotism, be-causo they had tho Imagination to realize what was going on on the western front." Several meuibers criticized tho government for sending men to the [rout after three months- IriiininK. Mr. Bo-nar Law .said th.il tho government ro-cogui-wd that tho men and boys wore .1. M. R. pointed el.-ef dian Pacific Sullivan, chii Fairhairn has been np-(r.i.;;i;i'Hr of the Cana-Raiiv.'y. r.'iilaciiig J. G. tiisocr, wlio is re- FORCIBLY EJECe Notorious Pcn^jcrton-Billinff i.s Thrown Out After Tilt >Yith the Speaker t tirlr.): to ejjicr priiato practice. Is the aniiouueeinent by a spetdal circular i.s.siied by sir Gein-sre Hury. vice-president and ;i;iproval by Lord .'^liaii!;!i-nessy at :.iLiiitreal. A ruling by d;;e CtHson in th Kmiueto court. Montreal, is of inipor-i'''"V'"TP'f' "f", " tance to medical men who attinnl - cases at ho.piial... .ludgo Cusson'held 1 'ff" that it was nec.v-ary h, cases before essl y of haying to doc.'urs" army from its foundations. i Ellen ^foran. wife of J. A. Betonr-j -\- Cobourg citizen, .ligging up an nav. of the T. Katon Co.. died at her : imcultivatod back yard, discovered residence in Winnipeg., � ' an abandoned , coal bin containing i i - .ibout I'.Oii pounds of hard coal, that'. Tii.^ wife of Dr. d. \V. Thompson,! legal fight now,being waged as to the ; Russia would '�comb back" ^^'"''''^ i a!"'p-^,^!l.;''j-l:;!""^^''^ ii>)icry " regnlnHoi-s in Quebec ; he Piit It. .should appear ;'s wiinesso;; �'nonth and It was impassible to decide nnconetltutlonallty or oUierwiso of tho have produced a smile ot incredulity, j , have been ainonried so as to penult' and not o tiriuls of tho liOspit::!s with i such diificulties by discussions in the � r " . . _ . Mhe seining- of smelts after the tst of rerenls ev-n th^nnrh such officials !'�""'ni'-""-'. '.vhieU must glvo tho gov .September. [ the criniMial c.iurt.s that Ih � - ! wiio had Dor.^ ):i,-I l;n:iwledge -'who j The difficullles of securing man Naval Department announces that ^ had seen witli iiieir ov.-n eyes." as : !>'J\ver were becoming greater every govemment's order-in-council cancell- ; To-day, thero appears to bo i\. (Using certain exemptions under ' tinot possibility of such an event. the -Military Service Ac;, tho government cannot afford to have men taken wholesale out o� the army. It the or- l der-ln-council Is Illegal then parlla- l ment -will have to be called to niako it I lecal. The men are needed and if the ; government cannot get tbem by present j means, they must provide other means ] -Without delay! llr. Bennett may win � fame for himself as a la-ivyer by ar- ; eulng the point, but tlio government | cannot afford to delay just to please ' Nicholas is said to havo been assns-.Mr. Bennett ; slnated. -:---- There is no doubt v.-hatever th,it For Russia is onca more making history. Tho dispatches from that country these days are vague, but they are stirring. Fonner Premier Keren-sky has appeared in England, appeal- � Otto Kleahn. of Kitchener, was [fined Sli'O a-vl co.i's by Magii'u-aie i Weir on ;v ciuirge of liarhoi-ing two deserters. ' Tho total casualties. sn.?tlined by I Iho .American E.xpeditiontiry Force � now e:;ceeil Ifi.oOO men from the be- : Tho city health office has Issued a! vvarnrn?; tiiit all drin'.-.in.sf- water in ' ' Prince Albert should be boiled, thoj l.'st i.iLfie!;'.! tcsf oi l]w Witter supply j sho-,-.ing that ft is contaminated. " I Kcrii nieiLc.il s-.t):erint(;ndenis or as-! sistaut medical ciiiporintcndents. ernnient "a blank chr>ck" -Mr. Koch's motion was defeated. London, July- 2.-Having refused to leave the houite of commons when ordered to do so by tho speaker tor disorderly conduct yesterday, Noel Poni-herton-Tllllings, moinbor for Horoford-shlre, was forcibly rotnoved by tho officials. lief ore lifa fomovill, the house had, on motion ot ^ndro^v Bonar Law, un-anliuoiialy dei/idod to Hlispond JVIr. I'omberlon-Bllilng tor the rott o� tho .session. Noel PembtTi-lon-lJIlUng has had an .'ulventiiroiiK career. Previous to being elected tc the house of commons, ho was n soldier In the Door war, an actor and airplane builder., a company promoter and an editor. Ho came first liftQ tlio public eye two years ago, when the newspapers-reported him as an Independent cahdldnte for Hio houso of commons on a platform do-nounclng the govornment for alleged apniby lownrd air service In the war. His career as a tree lanoe monibor of tho house ot commons has been breezy and  involved many tllt� with the speaker. Early In Juno, Mr. Pom> borton-Hilling was nctiultted' after a Bensatinnal trial on the charge ot libelling Mi.?K .Mimd Allen, a dancer and J. T. (Irceii, managerof the Inde-pundont theatre. At the trial testimony was given lending to prove the oxlstenco of a book vtliloh Pemborton-Bllllng alleged had'lieen prepared by Gorman secret agents containing^ tho names of 47.000 Uritlsh, snld to bo addicted'to vice and held in bondage to Germany through fear of exposure. One of the witnesses said that she had seen the book and that it contained the names ot ex-Premler Asqulth and .Mrs. .A.sqiiiih, Viscount Haldane, former secretary ot war, and .Justice Darling, who tried tho case 'against. I'emberton-Billlng. When the verdict ot ac(iuittal waa reached the crowd In tho court room cheered and the cheering was taken up by hundred* of persons in tho streets. : ginning. Ing for Allied help to save Russia from tho maw of the Hun. Tho Bol- shevikl government a.ppear3 to have j On the pay-roll of the city ot New-been overthrown. The Grand Duke i ^''is-'- '^^ a caf which draws Nicholas Is said to havo been pro- claimed Emperor, while cx-C'iar �$':!!.-'0 a year as mouse catcher." .�Vftor considerable nc ;otiation be-; tweeh the Kdmonton exhiliiiion au-ihoritics and the provincial government it huij betjn decided not to im-.'�Qtficial rat and I'f'sc a war tax- as'.tnplied to amuse-, mer.ts at the sti.mmer exiiibitlons. The r. S. ir.tiustrtes board u considering the advisability of reclaim- British una ITrilted States flags were prefcntt'd by Washington Mas-; I FARMERS AND THE ; PROFITEERING CHARGE. Prices for wheat In the U.S. have i been set for 191S at practically the 1 aame figures as for 1917. .The old basis of $2.20 prevails. Considering the fact that there was a strong agitation throughout the wheat growing states-to have the price Increasedlo ^ffioO. the (Jeclsion is. Important. � The setting of the whSat price at liis time Is of peculiar Interest to tho people ot Western Canada In view of the fact that a partial crop failure is certain. In the past there has been ; a tendency on the part ot some peo-i pie to look on the farmers as profit-; oer^ td the extent'of being very out-; spoken on occasion. References to ; ?2.21. wheat have not always been � without.a touch ot animus. Russia is. In a chaotic condition. .\s things are, it is a question whether Hun domination will succeed in Rus- I cutting 2.000 cords of hardwood in -Vlgonriuin park, l.aiddpwn in. the consumer's yard this wood will cost about ing junkctl machinery'" to obtain inoro onic Lod.^fj'at Buffalo at Brock's Mon-, metal tor shells. '  ; nment to'.;St.. ^'w-j-k's'Xodtje. Niagara! , - Fals. Out;, whose:, service flag was ; Barrle has been a-warded a .contract ; unveiled. I sla, or whether the Allies will be ablo to throw, enough weight behind the more Intelligent portion of "the Russian population to save the country to real democracy. That is Kor-ensky'a p:\lsslon in London. Ho is going to Paris on the same mission and expects to' visit -VYashlngton to further Russia's claims for recognition from the Allies. A foreign resident of Russia, who knows the country intimately, says that two steps sho-ald bo taken immediately by the allied natlans in concert. A. military expedition should bo taken immediately by the .�billed gtUe-way and keep open the rail and river transportation.; The other step is tho -Mi.ts S. S. Ellis, principal of ,^Ioul-l Ho.wever, the experience ot the i creation ot an econo.iilc commission Wheat;^ farmers; (Jf" Southern .41herta jstu(ly .Russia's \yanls and to en-i tills year,' and the .fact th-at the U.S. � doavor to supply - them. Individual ; government has 'deemed It wise to ;'""aders from Allied countries could ; leave' the � established^ price of $2.-.l i 1�' present difficulties. ctand 'In 'the face" of an 875,000,000 ; wheat crop in the States, should remove any doubt entertained in the Blinds of the tew that farmers are . niakihg too much money, Two dollars and, twenty-one cents per bu.shel , will trot make any Southern Alberta Sarmera-rich this year.- npUCATIONAU CAMPAIGN 13 HESQED... ' /.,. '' \ ^hat there are two sides to tho Wln-, jiipeg fuel situation is shown by a �jierupaj; of* the aVguraents put for-' ward by Mr. S. C. Oxton, deputy minister of public works for Manitoba, "who visited the city on Tuesday to {jitther. Intormulluii regarding the production end of the coal supply, and we are now more convinced than ever that what is needed is a campaign of education of the people of .Manitoba to teach theni not only to store Al-�herta' coal but how to use it after they get _lt, along with a campaign to provide more miners to produce the cant. At present the eituatlon seems to The decline of the trouble, the breakdown of exchange, the financial chaa-i into which Bolschevism has phmgcd tho country have (lisrupted -tho machinery of foreign commerce. The Allies must carry on trade in tho original and primitive form ot barter until tho financial system is restored. A joint Allied trading organiwition to Import aiid sell thi> commodities mo.st needed by Russia, taking in exchange the food and materials which she could spare, could link Itself with the -great co-oporallvo societies or unions which cover the Rus.sian Empire. Those societies would take care that no goods purchased by -'hom would fall, into Gormtin hands. They would collect the commodities which they had for gale and assemble them at the porta whore they woiOd ro-celvo the wares shipped by (he Alilo.t, the same steamers serving tor the Incoming and outgoing c;u-g:-es. Railroad transportation is In bad shape in Russia, but 1)1 the summer the river comniunlcatlons are in full ewin.g, and traffic conid flow to and from Ihti Daniel  Marhatt. agad i5Qvcnty, audi Mrs. Elizabeth ihiwnoy, sixty-eight, t SUKTiO per cord. , lioth ni nnnnville, Ont., accitried :t _ 1 marriage license in Niagara Falls. N. The Dominion (ioVemmcnt. has i V. Both havo gn.ndsons at tho front, taken steps to acquire the property ; si'iuated north of St. .-Vndrew-a Col- i lege, Toronto, v.liich will bo utilized ' tor the District Depot. ' -- Tho Speaker of the Hou.so-of Re-i prceentativcs, Pek'in, Ho Chnngu ; Long, will arrive shortly on this con-1 tinent for the purpose of studying; the education systems here. The Belleville city council decided to withhold payment of a i^l.noo , ! municipal grant to tlie Red Triangle i Work of the V.M.C'.A. until the ru-; mors which havo been current have ; been cleared up. . Mrs. Wm. McDontild,-wife of the ^ member of the legislature for -North : Bnice, was badly burned on the right -side.' right arm and hands by her ; clothing catching fire when cleaning a | drees with gasoline. .Tohn W. Coy, for some years Deputy fjlhrarlan of the Parliament i!uildings. died in a iicspital. in St. Catiiarinea. John P. Kane, a former Ingcr.Holl, Ont., boy,..has lioon appointed secretary of the Pullman Company of Chicago. An old Ottav.-a and Hull Imy 'vf^ has won promotion, and jllsillnctlon iit' tho front is Lt.Col. WHliaril Forest Cooke, second son of Dr. S. P, Cooke. Ship production ih tho United States in .luno amounted to 2S0,-l(nj dead weight tonH, leaking tho total 1018 production to datfi l,0S-l,l)7d tone. Rov. Rural Dean Swayno, who was recently cielected as rector of Christ I church, Belleville, to succeed Itov. Dr.' Blagrave, who removed to Toronto, was formally inducted. Robert Cords, president of a largo tallow factory was shot four tiraoa anil s(!riously v,'oiuided by lil.s wife, Mrs. .Mice CordB, as the culmination of a (inarrcl. A ineeling of women in Bldiiey, .Vuslralia, p'i:-',sed a resolutlo'n. that I BE PREPARED HAIL FOLLOWS HOT WEATHER INSURE NOW There is no saving In delay. Only reliable companies ropi-e-senled. R.V. Gibbons & Company Phono 1191 Balmoral Block K be that the Winnipeg people aro nol j Hti.sslun Interior on tho groat arlorle.n i "(Ii'luk and raciuK were hindering re- ordering coal, first boirauHu they do not know how to use it, Hocond be-(la'uHo Blorage at this lime of year re-UUlroB storage .space and the ready poney to buy tho c,oal, and last be-l colony. It Germany could hold out nn-I til HHS urid-offoct soiiio degro'o of or-i ganlzatlon Russia v/ill havo a gre-il j cnilting" ami urged the federal gov-' (�rnment to introduce iirohihitlvn Icg-1 liilallon a.-i Canada lum done In order j Li} conserve national effieiehcy. well disillusion themselves Inimodla-j .storehouse of suppUen and it iriay he Holy. ASjfor tho manner of using .-\1-1 impossibltj to fhPko off tho Job's grip tiorta lump coal, It is,,not a se-iiouo jirattor. a' slight change in furnacb eQUlpmont ' may be no(;e.?uary, but really the \Vlnnlpeg luiopie are, making imoaethoi' loo much of llie torror of on a country which i.i potentially tho ri-jhest Mo- .tho -.:w,6i-rd. :Th'o ' (tconomic penbt'radcin of Riikslii is ihe im'pera-iive find inilneiilaio duty of .'lie AII.e..i. i.nd ih(i task Is iji;u lu wlitch tluty niUiU dedicate, their host Uiislness brains. If they cannot create n new niilltary IC'i.u front they should at Ici'.st try lo (!reet a barrier against tho coiiriue.u of all Russia by German enteriirise and industry. Ilowevor, there Is more lioiie to-day ot a now military front ojiposed to Germany on tho East than there has b^'ftn at any time .sliire Ihe downfiill of the iU-.v eiii-lty j'overuiiient. Expei'ience 1917 THERE WAS PAID FOR HAIL INSURANCE IN MANITOBA, SASKATCHEWAN