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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 18, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta FOUR ttbc fcerato L i and LltHIMIDOE HMALO F ING UlMITtC i MS Wh Wrest Buchanan President and Managing Director Tortance TSLRpHONM OKlce OftiM fUtsei per week per year br per year by per year by per year to flW Dates of expiry of dally on address label Accept Mee of papers explratitn aau authority to continue the year 101718 will be well ofef 000 with the highest acreage under fcarley end oats ever recorded In the history of Brltllh ag The acreage under pota toes will be the greatest since Assuming that afteideducting seed and light the entire wheat and barley onerflfth of the oats crop and onequarter of the potato crop could bo mado available for bread flour In case of these mean that the harvest of 1918 could provide a forty weeks ply for the entire population at the present scale of consumption and on the existing basis of Reckoned In tonnage the net saving in shipping resulting from increased production of corn and potatoes In England Walesurone should amount In the coming 000 In the year 19181919 the Unltefli It is will sett supporting in for fifths Of the ascompared with onequarter of the yenr in and only onefifth of PICKED PASSING i r auctioned off for the benefit of the Red Cross society and WM finally se bjr John Powers for Berlin Iowa will change to A threatened barters strike la Win nipeg has been Hillfmedlcal officer of An crop has in British THE PROGRESS OF THE The faarn result of the two days Of the Austrian offensive thus far has beejLajijenormous loss of men on the Austrian with no appreciable In the two days of terrific the Austrians have scarcely theobjective set for their liree days Today their vance1 being held up It is estimated that more than a mil lion men have been thrown into the struggle by who is calling upon her utmost to win a in this The French and British are resisting thus far have not only been able to stop the Austrian ad vance but to take prisoners in Hamilton City Council favors the abolition of the Benjamin prominent Tor onto is Premiers Manitoba and visited the western front last Canada leads all nations to th d action ot food per capita ol popu i Ernest for merly commanding thq onto ArtDlcry MajorGeneral Garnet Hughes had the honor of a w4th the King the Al r SWEDEN REALIZES THE The Stockholm in a ringing declares the Allied front in France Is the bulwark of European freedom and Its further comment indicates a change in the public feeling of Sweden It U not only the fate of Germany and France that Is beingdecided in this but the fate of the whole continent of No won der the spectators feel as though their hearts were in their for to all who maintain that the principle Of nationality vtost be the natural foun dation or a peoples growth and free government Germanys over Europe stands out as the great est of all It is simply as tounding how people here in Sweden fove so long and stubbornly shut tfieir eyes to the danger confronting WOULD MAKE GOOD MINISTER OF The Victoria discussing the settlement of the shipbuilders strike Oh the Pacific urged Premier Borden to shift Crothers intervention often makes a strike put in his place as Minister of Labor this real industrial Senator We second the Senator Robert ton is big enough for the which is a difficult one to Crothers has never been able to do justice to the He should be put in the Senate and Senator Rob ertson transferred from the Senate to the House of Senator Robertson is a labor and he has the confidence of the employer as well as the em He understands the view points of both It is a man of that type that can be useful to the Department of and that can make the Department of Labor use ful to the CHURCH UNION WORKS The Orillia Packet being pu as to the status members of Methodist and PrefsbyFeTTan chuiches which for jfce time Be Ing havestrait their identity in order to help meet the shjjftage of ministers occasioned by the ques tioned the a Metho dist superintendent of on the Brown says that Methodists who have united with a Presbyterian church under these cir cumstances will become Methodist members of the united with the privileges of membership in the In addition they will retain their membership in their own and will have the right to carry any grievances may have to their own church And vice versa with regard to Presby when the conditions are re Already a Methodist layman has been appointed a delegate to the Presbyterian General and down In Qufebjis a Methodist clergy man is chairman of a So ia the bringing the union of forces between Presbyterians fend Methodists which has been so long talked The recruiting of all the eligible young men has created a very serious So far as there is not acandidate ministry in the Toronto Methodist Conference this and the prospects are till some time after the conditions will grow as the men already in college are and many of the older men pass away or are super Be sure you register not The United Farmers of Alberta will not help themselves by altering the opinion eijressed on the cancel lation of A shifting atti tude Is never The issue In Thursdays municipal byeelection is economy with effi Olivers election would assure both economy and Try it and see for Life says the principal objection to the tarring and feathering of pro Germans is that it is too be sides being Tar is go ing and so are Why waste them ona proGerman or paci fist it service having Joined pay masters staff Mt district headquar qWest Orange who joined the order at attended a recant cele Lightning struck the at the station at in Hope Some cattle were Sautt has a ser ious shortage of public school Tt is estimated that sixteen more rooms will be by Father six years Jias been the parish priest at Big has resigned his charge and has gone Louis a wellknown ticket and realty agent of has en listed with the Jewish Legion for ser vice in Palestine with the imperial Indications are that the peach crop in the Niagara district this year will not be over a quarter owing to the severe when most of the wood was killed by Further moves in the effort to oust Dr C Haentschel from his posi tion as Registrar of Timlskamlng were made when the Patriotic Fund and the Red Cross Society of Cobalt sent telegrams to Hugh a machine tender at the Riordon Paper was knocked down by one his legs catching in the belt of another which whirled about the shaft It is announced that Major Ilarold of has been appoint ed Senior Chaplain of Military Dis trict He served at the front as a platoon commander in the 38th His appointment wttl end the controversy that has arisen over the superceding of Major as Major Horsey is a Great War Alfredfilers has resigned as town clerk ot secretary of the Great North Insurance died at Is now in command ot the Strathcoaa Horse at A Urge deposit of nickel and cop per ore Is reported in the Eardley near Observance ot the tood regulations by picnic lawn is insisted on toy the Food son ot Jas A pioneer merchant of Nee has Been killed in ac of Medicine resigned his position as crown pro secutor for the Attorney Generals do William for the past 19 years chief ot police of passed away after a few days ill At John ade died In a cell at the police In his pocket was found a halt empty bottle of bay an educated died of disease in so his Lightning ot pole Island Is believedfto be the boner of Tecumseh were dug up by John McDowell on his which in cludes the battlefield of Moravian A pig donated by Johnson to the Sweetgrasa Partners Union was Charles manager and irnsrot the Prince Albert trading and his son atfdi killed wlrtn their automobile oer llfooV nearPrince lie Campbell sentenced to three yeats Kingston penitentiary Ralph formerly baggage master at the station in Jffer after he had pleaded guilty to the theft of president ot the Nations Registration Commis has written to X Saint stating that the Government ot Canada has no in tentlou ot conscripting labor In any Thsscullne or The Western Canada grain trade protests to Ottawa against the pros rat export If present con ditlons until the end of the It is claimed many firms will have td go out ot The appointments of Bvans as deputyminister of J superintendent of gration and and as dairy have been made by the Manitoba Govern ment Three universities of the prairie provinces may unite in securing one man to conduct courses In merchan dising at the Efforts are being made to this end and ere being supported by President ot the University of who has written the Alberta Fall wheat has failed in Ontario this year and the minister of agric ulture is busy with the problem ot securing A supply ot seed for next It istell that much of the grow ing wheat that remains will not toe suitable tor seed because the iflelds in many cases have been resown with spring wheat or some other Free which discloses the fnct that the tfree1 received from Cronyn in connection with his candldaturn as iV supporter of the Union ftie hieetlng ot the Toronto Metlrbdlst Cas bursar of Victoria re ported on the effort to raise for endowment He said that several wealthy Methodists had given and had been raised by Thq list of to the half million endowment was announced as follows Sir Joseph 000 Herbert SirJohn 000 Chester Hart Massey Paymentof for editorials In the London Free Press is revealed in the sworn statement fyled by Major Hume his election ex penses in the last Another item of for advertising also appears In the receipted bill of the HAIL Experience 1917 THERE WAS PAID FOR HAIL INSURANCE IN SASKATCHEWAN 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 as a good reason1 why you should InI sure with British America Be safe ratter than sorry and apply now by letter or telephone toi and Company 41 Fifth Street Lethbridgs IERE1S WELDING ENGLISH SPEAKING RTACES Chauncey the venerable New York publicist and former Sen recently pictured how the war was welding the Englishspeaking races The world was now divided into just two he de adding that they were not ra cial or but that they were upon the fundamentals of government and human On the one side were the men who believed In all the doctrines enunciated on CalvaryOn the other side were the men who believed in the doctrines enunciated by Wodln and Odin and he of the German When the war was Depew U would be found that the one great it all was the brotherhood Of the Englishspeaking It is a he that we will be one and are one in our and weare one ia which we to accomplish and the brother hood in which we are tq The Vancouver Sun favors the fruit embargo and chastises the prairies for opposing The neigh boring province would dearly lave to have the prairie consumer at its mercy without any competition in fruit from across the Oliver professor of banking at Harvard has suggested the following as new taxes to the ways and means committee of the United States Government 25 cents a gallon on gasoline a tax of from to on taxes on Bilk shoes costing more than and pajamas costing more than and heavy consumption taxea on tobacco and soft And now some person Is cruel enough to suggest that a heavy tax be placed on CHOPS IN ENGLAND ARE The present condition ot crops in the United Kingdom is very promis speaking and gives reasonable hope of at least an aver age according to an interim re port published by the Director Gen eral of food It is indicated that the total tillage ia the United Kingdom for the McKlnney seems to be pleased with the way the male treat ed her during her first session of the In a letter to her slaters In the Dominion she nays Some of our friends have asked us how the men members received and to all the answer we have is that we found in the legislative balls just the name gentlemen wo met other walks of and never were we made to feel that we Were out of From the first wa were treated quite as a matter of our presence accepted as the natural order of and no parlia mentary procedure was interrupted In any degree because of our beint Thats quite a nice compliment to Uie AlbtJVU male DESIROYEDBYIIRE June afternoon on the farm of Oil south of Macleod some 10 fire broke out In the barn and with other outbuildings which were completely destroyed with their U was only after hard work that the dwelling house was Church and picnics which have been will have to be rearranged on account of the orders issued by the Food Controller stating that where more than eight persons form a party for picnic la contrary to orders Registration Worpsrs The officials of the and Red Cross have had no difficulty in receiving applications for the of registration June They received their supplies last and the work has already and will be continued all this thus helping out and avoiding the rush next An interested crowd came In from Granum Saturday evening to see the baseball game between Granum team and Macleod High Sohool a good game was played resulting in a score of 47 in favor of Elected who at tended the missionary an in returned during the She was elected delegate to attend the Dominion convention in Hamilton in The of Macleod district will hold their annual meeting on July when several prominent speakers will be present and address the Sold Out who bought a stock ranch in the hills west Of has sold and taking a wheat He will have his threshing out fit ready for work when the big crop of 1918 is ready to Potato bugs have mado their ap hut are met with their dead ly enemy Paris Greeni Inspector Tprrie will oroitide at the examinations to be held this wuek iu tho High A number will write tills year than atany pre vious The same applies to the jpromuUou I June every man and iivv resident who is 16 years and must attend at one of the places provided for between the hours of 7 and 10 and there truthfully answer all the questions set forth upon the registration Upon signing the vouching for the accuracy of the the man or woman will receive a Registration as shown which must be carried upon the person Why the Certificate is so Important For failure to register maximum fine of and one montht imprisonment is also an added penalty qf for each day the peraon remaini unregistered after June Persons remaining unregigtered cannot x lawfully be and cannot draw wages for done after June who keep unregistered per sons in their employ win be liable for fines equal In amount to those re eoverabk from the unregistered env Unregistered persons cannot lawfully purchase transportation and may find themselves barred from travel ling on Similarly they may be denied board and lodging at any public house or boarding In a persons remaining and all persons having with unregistered knowingxthem to be incur heavy penalties under the feEGlSTRATlON IS LAW Dont Fail to Reguter 16 HAIL INSURANCE BE HAIL FOLLOWi HOT WEATHtR INSURE NOW There U no saving in Only reliable companies repre Phone 1191 Sleek This Certificate is YOUR Get it and Carrp it HAIL INSURANCE your crops against In stroMg Compan sufficiently able to pay 100 per In caafe complete Quick and risk placed from date of No farmer can afford to carry his own owing tp high coat of putting crop and high price ot all Will Insure for per acre and RELIABLE COMPANIES REPRESENTED The Weschesttr Fire Insurance of Nsw York The Rochester Underwriters of The Canada Security Assurance of Alberta SEE ME BEFORE INSURING ELSEWHERE MABEE AGENT Hull Block Lsthbrldge Adjoining the Bank of Nova authority Canada Registration Board HAIL It costs NO MORE to in sure No LESS one month ONLY THE BEST AND MOST RELIABLE REP POLICIES TEN IN OUR IMMED IATE ANY PROMPT SETTLE Insure HOI Wilson Skeith RFarm Phone 134S HAIL INSURANCE f Employers Liability UMITBO SECURITY The BrHtteh company licensed in the WfiHtern Cantda Hail AND other CQMffANIift are represented by Applications covered iroroed We are located hare qn the ground and ready tp f ive you service AT ALL TIMES HAIU looked upon by the wise farmer as one ot the ot farm ing and the time now arriv ed when it is advisftpla to GET INSURPP po NOT sWiOH ARTHUR MITCHELL Phone 449 Block LETHiRIDQE And at Vulcan ;