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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 15, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, Jl'NK 15, 191K iC tJiTHnmilGK HF.IiAl.n L'AGK ELEVEN Win. Oliver Sets Forth His Position in Election f Tottio Kalcpaycrs ami Citizens ot Iks want to stato (Uat 1 am noi seeking City ot Having offered my servioesjroe to the city eighteen njoritlyi .us iy Cormnlssluber of ami Proper- ty, and nominated as a candidate; in .the, 1 election for any purpose whatever, ex- cept to serve ciiy'a Interests. Nor would 1 ho ofiorlnfi-lo servo uu- tier I.was not ex- perienced along iheso lines. 1 have spent nine years Uterus mayor find 'atdfiYiQHivanM 'vo'uslderabte' niuu- "T wliy-it, oals, barley and rye are iho highest on record tor Canada. Wheat sown in the prairie provinces totals acres against acres last year; oats aRjinst and barley acres against S50.QOO. To'wheat Manholia has sown Saskatchewan, and Alberta aciVs. Oats, Mauitubi, Saskatchewan. and Alberta j liar- ley. Manitoba. 71ofOOO: SifakatrbeVan antl Alberta' -I'JT.OO'J acres. Nearly all the proviiu'ea have con- siderablj- Increased ihc't- acreage under [spring .wheat, Xyva hy 11 per cent; Xew. JtrHnsivJck, U iicr per cent; Onturipr 43 per cent.: Manitoba. 7 per cent.; Sashatchew'an per Al- 1C per, cent'., and Uritish Colum- bia G per cent. Oats aUo increased hy percentages ranging from one per ct-nt, ia Saskatchewan to thirteen per cent-in'British Mani- toba showing no change. According to the reports .of crop correspondents, exprcsjed numeri- cally in percentage ot the average yield ol.the last ten the con- dition of the princhia 1 grain croife was ou May 31 as joilnwa: Fall wheat SO, against S5 last year; 'spring wheat 10J against M; all wheat 100.5 against 92; rye tube i M th. i Mitli- if onty made like the fating, thus iitmr-: ing ferftcl ft, tn'lA- oiil dtslructtvf wrinkles or'- thin sfott, these libis are inflated .to same pressure. Sole Diitributori for Alberta-. Foundry Products Limited.., -CALGARY ALBERTA Agents Bijou tlotor Parlors ltd, V local" iratflc." President Wilson has niade a sec- id appeal to Governor .Stephens of California for the life of T. J, Mooney, San Kraneisco dyaaniHanl V V V V V V V V V V TAX 'PEG CHURCH LANDS, i June the first time in history, Winnipeg Church Ti'il! be" Ciiurch lanils throughout tho city will he called unon. to approximately 000 for Wlnntneg's greater, iiroject. Assessments on churcli lanils lo be tased :s Drop a IHlle Freeiope oh an aching cord, instanily liiut corn stops hurting, tht-n you lilt it right out. It duten't burl'one bit. Yes, mcgic! Why wait? Your druggist tiny Loille of Freezone for a few toft corn, or corn bttwctn the toes, and calluses, wjthoufc soreness or irritation. la ilia much Calked, of eth'eri discovery a Cincinnati genius. __.-_______'.-.__. j I.onrloh, June toiltiy he whole question