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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 12, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta bails of settlement, It Is understood hey bonjb.1 In the raw state at rea- Derail DA.1LY AND WEEKLY Subicrlptlon Ps'ly. Per week Daily, delivered year .10 Daily. deuvercQ Dall.v. by mall, per Weekly, by mail, per year >Veekly. hy mall, per year to U.5..f-.i TELEPHOMES Business Office Editorial OfBce 1" W. A. Buchanan President ManaElcg DlJec: or Join Torrenca Buslnesa Manager more to tha country than a similar, number ot farmers struggling along because they wuli not secure land eicept nt enormous prices filed by the holdInK speculator who la deter-! mined lo make a Mg profit ou the money ha Invested afO I laud was cheap. It U easier lo settle 100 farmers on land on which a fslr average price Is placed by the owner, than to seltlo 10 farmers on land which the simu- lator has boosted In price to compare with the returns from similar land durlns the past years of war. To ask on acre tor raw land In South- ern Alberta today because ol the bis crop returns of 1915 and IMS U UP PASSING FOR THB BUSY: Mrs Anderson. In her 10'nd year, as a voter at DuBerln, Man. rson of Edmonton, tho 66th, died ot Dates ot ot subnotions ap- dally on address ItW. Accept- ol papers alter eviration date our authority to continue scrlptlon- iho sub- Fvour King and Oounlry Need You I Right THE PROGRESS OF THE WAR The Italians have resumed the ot lensivo on the Trcntlno and arc mot ing rapidly along. This Is ev.dently t roreslall any counter oScnslvo U, AuEirians may he planning th lresh troops they have brouShl from the Russian front. The British are continuing their o tensive at Messlnes with renewed crlma and should not be tolerated. It should be the aim of the. govern- ents ot (he country to bring as much raw land as possible under cul- vatlon. Fancy prices for raw lard irlll Veep out the legitimate buyers, ha men who will settle on the land nd make It produce. What the gov- rnmenl should do Is lo impose a wild ands lai in those districts close to railways which will force the specu- lator to loosen np and put his land on Ihe market at reasonable figures. This Isn't tha lime tor specutsting In na prices ot farm lands any more than 11 Is for speculating In the prices of food studs. Le! us set our land under cultivation so lhat It will pro- duce, loo J for the Empire. Major H. D. ..ho enlisted with wounds In France. Capl Dell of Claresholm, who was lieutenant In tho 13th O.U.It. has been killed In action. Rev. E-iwstd Diamond, of Keewatln, has been oKered Ihe rectorship of St. Alban's pro-cathedral. Kenora, and has accepted. Recruiting offices to raise a com- plete battalion of Canadian troops In Minneapolis and St. Paul have been The Montreal board ol control Is- sued Instructions to tha pollco to selia every Gambling machine In Ilio city wherever found. Ei-Ald. P. i. Walsh, ol Moose Jaw, was chosen Brand master ol the Sas- katchewan Grand Loilso ol the l.u. O-F. at Its session In Heglna. The Montreal Methodist conference lecled Hev. J. D. Ellis, of Kingston, resident. Her. J. A. McLachlan, of J P. Morgan Co, hate suhscrlb- for ISO.OOMOO worth ot Liberty loan bonds. Nursing Sister Madeline Jadray, of Gait. Out. has been wounded by shrap- nel In the foot. Arthur O'Howe. BClenco master ol tho Pcterboro collegiate Institute, has enlisted to the Cobourg heavy battery. One ot tho oldest and most highly respected residents ot Clifford, Her. S. Young, passed away very suddenly at his home In his eightieth yeir. Meter J. S. Cllker. of the Msl bat- talion, who formerly lived In Calgary, _______....._.l u_ MA WkR TIME TOR AUTO CLUBS TO SHOW ACTIVITY. We do not wish to be censorious but It is our opinion that tho auto mobile clubs ol tha south, and tha Lelhbrldge Automobile Club In par tlcular, are losing a great opportunity do i gMd wc-rk (or Southern Al Wilson has slated In n uncertain tsrms to Russia the objer. ot the United States In entering U war No conquests. Innemnltl -0 no Bv._-i .....ln where actual wrong has not been com- Uirtk thrpnjli failure to appreclil milted but a full determination to which Is along their tin the imperial autocracy which holds endeavor, The local club was form sway over the" German. people and oa nrsi day of March, and I menaces the future peace of the world; has .-mads very lltlla stir i aro the outstanding features ot mat tne bf ered roads or In th which voices the sentiments oi 0( posting the roads for th Britain and the other great world dem- CTnvenlence of the travelling pnbll irracieV There'snouia be