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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 7, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta JUNE THE IE DAILY HERALD PAGE NINE j In of in center in conversation with General commander To the left can President i HASHWARTERS greal activity in farm lands Jp this district and the fact that in the Vulcan dis trict is practically Arthur Mitchell tot Vulcan have opened up offices in Temporary offices have befn secured in the Co nybeare Blockbut about Just 1st the company will occupy the entire lower floor of the building now occupied by the Consumers MiF accompanied by in the Mr Haywood will be in jictivq charge here until such time as Mitoliell moves to LethbiTdge to take up liis permanent IN V June la an nounced offioiallly through the Office of the Stress cen sor that the Sir Robert Borden and party and Right premfer of New Zealand and party hadacrived safely in United June secret treaty has been negotiated between for in chell said he reafized that Lethbridgis was the centre of the district now ex periencing the greatest agricultural development in the west Thero is still a grfat deal of excellent raw land Within fliilfis of this is com panys looking for land within easy Leth and it was that In duced the cpmpany here Boole Mitchell Just recently returned from where he visited his He states that Australia in the war vory last and is bending all its energy inthat direc The wool clip had just been Harvested when he reachedAustralia during the winter and it was very fav The Australians however are having much difficulty in disposing of their wheat owing to the long dist ance from the allied and the result is thousands of bushels are being eaten by mice and weevil and spoiled lyr the On his trip also Mitchell visited New Zea China and other Asiatic i SIG FIRE OUT five days qf oontinuous fire in theOntario Paper Companys pulp woodv piles at Thorold is extin guished mill naved the hap if the fire departments Niagara Niagara and The loss has been kept under June Increasing percentage of the newly born popu lation of Alberta are fn the homes of foreignspeaking with a small but ateadv decrease in the births to British according to the vital otatistics for The report of marriages and deaths for the lastcalendar year has been and the facts that It discloses is a Significant gain in the nonEnglish population as com pared with the Canadian and British The effect of the war on the family life of the province is shown in the larger proportion of foreign births thus the tendency o the past years being vstiil mora evident as time goes A larger number of births thanin1916 is reported for the and there was also a decrease In MANN RUSSIAN t FLEET WI1H HUNS Junp 7 Turkish am bitions in the Black Hea littoral and in the Caucasus arc by the Kreuze Hi panGerman newspaper of Berlin The newspaper poinft oiit tbAt union ot frlmea with TurkeyIB because it would ho injuring the vital interests of the The pnivinro of Taii of which a is a be longs nationally and geographically to the which also claims Sebas it ft Turkeys idea seems to to gain a dominating position in the Black limbing the idea baratnSwBt says the Kreuze afrtl to mHke a fttroftg Turkey and policy is con fronted with difficult A certain antagonistic feeling between Turkey tint Caucasia still When Gorrttahy entered Hie war she In no recognized Turkeys aspirations in She guaranteed Turkeys present frontier will continue to fight for Germany entitled to oppose the Turkish desires In the and Bnst which go far be yond any possibilities contemplated at the beginning of the The war must not leSVe antagonisms between Gernjany and Tho supreme aim must bo that theiiew coali tion which will be formed shall not be General wlidhas beei in command Flnfiish White Quardo has retired oh pension The treatment accorded General Man nerheim has created ill Man would not the establish ment of a monatcliy in principle dreai subjection by if We are to a king him bo General and not a Ger man j General Mannerheim to Visiting rel atives in NEW WAR PROFITS TAX PLANNED June Mr Adoo yesterday recommended In a let tor to Chairman Kitchen of Ways andMeans that tho new revenue be drawn to raise by taxation onethird of the estimated expendi tures in the finance year 1919 He al so recommended that a war profits tax be established at a high rate to be supeiMmjiosed upon Misting excess profits taies that the normal income tax on unearned incomes beraised and that hoavy taxation be imposed on i June Tho slan fleet remaining in the harbors qf and Sebastopol will be by German that it isintended set warships against the the Mediterrin according to the Ukrainian news paper which is quoted by the Stockholm correspondent of tho Dally It is said that German engineers and mechanics busily at work at theNikdlaieff arsenal at Seba then the annexation of the Baltic provinces to Germany ran ho obtained so long as tho countrlin refused a democratic Permanent German lie on only keep In force such ARE DECORATED June was ru at the ftritish embassy today ot the awarding of the Military Cross to Captain Viscount Royal Fus son of Lofd the Brit The award mado for bravery shown by the viscount on March while serving with tha Fifth Army in Viscount Er leijfh was a staff captain of ono of the brigades in tha heary German News alao was received tf the awarding of the Military Cross to a son of Sir Orlmwoolt who is attached to British mission Young was decorated for gal lantry in the recent PROPERTY BEll MTAX MOOSE JAW BYEELECTION Moosfi June city la In the throes of lively byelection for the provincial secretary baring open ed hU campaign last night before a largo Knowles a characteristic speech and was warmly Georre the Labor candi la hard at work and addressing meetings June it josolvol that all properly of ihe Irrat War Vet erans association shntilil be ixempterl from taxation and that thrtxgovern niont nmend ads to makn thin policy possible at the con j eluding 8esnlon oT of the Union of niral mun icipalities this which WHR one of the most fmportnni of the conven Out of the discussion on the Haij report on taxation yesterday HIP con passed absolution appointing a committee to confer with the gov as to possibility of wid ening Ihe present bnsls of The government also will he ashed to denl with the question of the protec tion of soldiers property from tax Rules and to exempt from taxation property owned or lined by lie The officers of the ensuing year were elected and Mayor Davidson of Moose was elected president of he It was decided to hold tho convention next year in TROLLEY STRIKE The trolley strike which for several days has slowed down many Northern New Jer sey engaged In war con ttpclarod at an end his pendiiiK adjustment of the by iho Fedora war labor Moth siilis agree to submit to the boards dnclBifjn and Hie strikers promised to have the cars running late STEAMER New June American steamer Argonaut was torpedoed by a German submarine off the Scllly on June according to a cable message received here today by the Gear Steamship June great ma jority pt the Lettish and Ksthonian populations do not a union with says the in trie Berliner Antagonism to the Baltic Germans is ingrained deeply in the Bsthonian and Lettish he and this antagonism ia deepened greatly by the Socialist The voluntary union of thf Baltic provinces with Germany cannot be obtained on a democrntii the writer declares adding If the German Baltic upper classes and their new Lettish and Esthonian Satellites are permitted dedide thic GRANTS APPLICATION June The Railway Board has granted the of the Brantford and Hamilton Electric Railway Company for authorization to put into force the same increases in freight rates as been izod in the ease of steam Je well ns in the case of certain electric It was represented that the rail way had no agreements with munici BO holding down the limits of freight rates as in any way would conflict with the icjnostly from disorders of liver these organs and keep free from headaches by using BEECHAMS S old Im ANCHORDONALDSON LINE Canada to Glasgow Forfull information apply to Agents Companys 270 Main Whatever a mans choice may he is sure to satisfy his preference in plete lines we are now His favorite and shape is Dont put off buying your Select it now while displays are thoroughly We have very fine ranges of tweed hats new The panamas arc espec ially notable for variety and style and from to We would like to show ladies the new TRENCH HATSFOR They aie the Fifth Street South Next Medley Drug Store k FORESTS PC THEIR An Oregon spruce tree beliif cut up iu Us Bid age to inukH frames for American uriuy Tile Inimeuse Muruce orutH n jjortbivoHt are not providing Umber for a rulmios but uru tilt shipyards of I he Haoific These goods are pure English bought a year ago and have just reached The line includes guaranteecTblue serges and a wide range of colors and Heres a chance to get a well perfect fitting Made in Leth bridge for your suit of first class 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