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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 20, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LfclMlIl Cbe Ictbbr fllbcrtn ILY ANO and INlt LBtHiRrtJOE HERALD PRINT NO LIMITED tth Street Lsthbrldas President and Managing Director Vekn Toriance Buslneti Manager TSLKPHONM Business Office lIRi JMltorJal Office 1114 Subtcrlptlen RstMi par wsek year by per year by per year by per year to Datee of expiry of subscript tout ne fear daily on label Accept ance of papers rftt eiplrativn li our authority to continue ub THE PROGRESS OF THE the Pctrograd Novaya He writes All observers of the village today are unanimously of the opinion that the process of disintegration and de moralisation Is proceeding there with Having plundered the estates of the hav ing shared out among themselves or simply destroyed the dead and liv ing storks on those having even taken to pieces the the peasants are now preparing for war against one another for the divi sion oC the To this is added thf calamity of in some districts the population has long ago consunl pd all the available stocks of including corn while In others tho having had a good har are hiding and even bury ing It in order not to sharp It with their starving All this must and in some places has already to a war of all against and to thp most senseless chaos and universal destruction nnd mur Human we are are now 1 91 8 PASSING UP savings stamps may ebortty be issued ia A new dally afternoon newspaper for Windsor Is being Michael lock of was drowned at Port A Dominion Park and bird sanctu ary has been established at iPoInt Kssex Registration cards were issued to persons in one day at Toronto police A heavy rainfall which lasted bought and and tho price has bout half an hour was welcomed In Mooso Michael lock of was drowned at Port Percy Sidney dropped dead while working In his dropped from to The Navnya Zhizn Information Is constantly arriving of thedivision of military property among demoralized soldiers and of various committed by Monstrous rumors are circulated i umui uit uiruumieu i about the army which returning fnther s The Austrian drive iias everywhere from Asia It appears that it failed of its objective on ut aalian and while there is still desper ate fighting proceeding along the Piave the drive has definitely ended in complete The Aus trian empire is now a seething mass of revolt and In Vienna the de mands for peace grow and ser ipue riots have In a like condition rapidly coming Riots have oc curred in Berlin in which it was nec essary to use the On the western front comparative quiet the German armies evidently having been again exhaust ed by their recent fruitless WESTERN CANADA CROP It must frankly be admitted that the Western crop prospect at the present time furnishes room for an With the largest acreage in the history of Canada un der moisture conditions are not and rain is badly needed In practically every part of the fhere are some few isolated parts of the West where moisture has been but on the whole the cry it for A good general downpour or lf it came within the nfjft would have a very beneflAal effect and tctrald probably result in anaverage The next week tell the There no cause to be overpessimistic about crop failure now will not shake faith in Western for we have had three years of good crops with During that time this district has raised nearly on the whole moat of our farmers are in very good finan cial As compared with their prosperity of the past a partial crop faijure this year jnay make them feel but as com pared with their financial condition in 1914 moet Of them cannot feel other than prosperous and they will tackle the job of big production next year with as much enthusiasm as From the standpoint of the It would be unfortunate were West ern thegranary of the Em to have a partial crop failure this We raise so much more than we need for ourselves as a rule that our exportable surplus is a big factor feeding the Allied nations and the Allied the cheering news comes from south of the line that the United States wheat States are receiving plenty of mois ture and the Americans will this year harvest about which is as much as Canada and the States railed together last The Allies will therefore he no worse off than during and though we in the Canadian West may have to pull In our belts a couple of and cut down on wheat UIR Allies and their armies will be Altogether our situation is not We still have good chances lor a very fair It is extremely unlikely that we will have a total crop And In any event North America will be much wheat to the Allied nations as In Grim determination to curry on in the face of any eventual ity is what the the front aru eipecting from to feed herself and send as NEW RUSSIA REVIVES Utter demoralization marks the path of the Russian and today many radicals whq once were enthusiastic revolutionaries sighing a little regretfully for the that are no We would be to credit some of the reports Coming out of Russia If we found them in the reactionary but the latest and muni tqrrlble indictment the Bolshevik UuVtimuenl or absence of Govbrnmuul from tbe pen or that indubitably radical Maxim iu his has brought into the Crimea a large number of female nnd that at Theodosla a regular slavemarket is being the supply being so large that prices soon fell from 100 or 150 rubles to L6 or rubles per Can any contrast be more strik and sarcasm more than this According to official assurances we are entering the Kingdom of Com where complete equality la to reign among where bourgeois property is entirely and where the power of chattels is entire ly In we are trans forming human beings into chattels we are restoring prebourgeois prop erty in human and the soldiers ery n uman an te soldiers f of the revolutionary army are public three nlillion dolBr8 1 v In clovoa no ly trading in as the planters did in the times of Beecher In a bitter terrible in its Maxim Gorky concludes the process of selfdiscipline among the masses is proceeding with gigantic The revolutionary army garrison at Sebastopol has al ready undertaken the last final struggle with the With out much ado they decided simply to massacre all the bourgeoisie who lived within their They decided and did At first they massacred the inhabitants of the two bourgeois streets in Sebastopol then the same in spite of the resistance of the local was extended to and then the turn came of Apparently similar radical meth be applied to for Save Blelchmann the leader of the anarchists energetically carrying agitation within the wails of the Petrograd Soviet in this In Petrograd at the fac the discipline has reached a state pf jnore and more the subordinate organs of the and the have to issue threats of deductions from and even of complete for the neverending hold ing of Jupiter Pluirrrisis by way of get ting In bad with the good people of Southern Citizens will regret to hear of the Illness of Mayor We do not always agree with the mayor all will admit he s a hyrfi ami his present illness is a We hope to soon see desk him back at his The Buffalo Express Is not surpris ed that sentences of life imprisonment were imposed fortyfive conscien tious objectors In Texas who refused to wear army but wonders how so many consciences got together in Officers in rhe who have not been are liable to ser vice In Class and are being rounded up all over the That will please most For a long time it was feaf5d these peace time officers might never see active but the Military Serrlce Act is forcing them to get into the A commentary on the brevity of human life in general and public life in particular is Sir John Gibsons as sertion that he is the only survivor among the members of the Ontario Government of twentyfive years and that only twelve out of the eighty private members at that time are still of dropped dead as the re sult of a kick by a though he walked to the A new trial on the charge of her esy against Knowles of Petrolea has been ordered by the Court of a returned sol has been appointed to the posi tion of Division Court Clerk at Sault Hollinger Consolidated Gold fs providing gold at the rate of six million dollars worth with Hugh Manitoba pioneer and Postmaster at Swan Is Senator Kntito Nelson wat re nominated by Minnesota Robert Bell was found dead In bed at She had retired sftcr a motor trip In gofffl mem of n prominent family is missing at tbe A fire did damage to the Constant macaroni factory of Oxford County opposed the sending of in any to and demanded health certificates accompanying marriage Area of land known as the Point Pelee Admiralty and Naval Reserve in Essex has by orderinCouncil been established as a Dominion Park and bird The National Council of wants women made eligible for Pro vincial Legislatures and Municipal and will ask otherchanges in At Belleville a youth French Meave from the countyfell to complete his rtrm in the county Jail six months in the penitentiary for the various offences The second victim of the iatal automobile accident at Montreal when the brother of the De carrie was died in theRoy si Victoria This was Raoul Le secretary of Quebec provincial At the present while large acreage of wheat hfts been planted prospects for big crops in central and western Saskatchewan are not Along the Goose Lake line and south of it the weather has been sodry that the wheat turned The Red Cross drive In Prince Al bert has proved a big Six thousand was Kb the city and district but thefirst days canvass in the city alone has pro duced and there is still the dis trict to hear Marsden Scott has been reeled ed president of theInternational Ty pographical Walter Barrett of was chosenfirst vicepresi dent er and Fred New export and import aver aging somewhat more than twenty five per above existing but not as high in most cases as do mestic will go Into effect along with other freight rate increases next June In the The body of an unidentified man about thirty years wearing a gold watch chain with the initials engraved on the was taken from the Detroit River near Sandwich by the crew of a United States mall boat last The dismissal of Bland and Irwin from the staff of Wesley Col lege about a year ago was the subject of a heated debate at the Methodist A ruling by who was held tliut the college board was not responsible to the At the Paper Aber the success 6f the experiment in making paper from sawdust has now been practically Aberdeen Evening Eipress has been in part printed paperwhich New Zealand lias put one tenth of contained a large percentage of saw McKelloir has accept ed the call to Swan River Presby terian Rrnest Stack has been ap pointed rector of tho new parish in Patricks Captain the Wel Is leaving shortly to take up duty as a chaplain Charged with the murder of Henry a returned soldier of King on January Almanzar Cha put was arrested at Reports are made of a rich gold deposit uncovered near 117 miles north of Sault on tbe Algoma Central of is appointed curate incharge of Marks Ham Hugh the youthful bank teller who disap peared with of the banks funds i and was has returned to Brantford to stand his James of and a companion drove their automo bile off the steamboat landing at not being familiar with the sur and were An endowment estimated at was given by a Toronto man for study of childrens diseases in connec tion with the Faculty of Medicine of the University of At a meeting of at which thirtytwo languages were re instructions were given in connection with national registration among Torontos foreign As a result of being run over by a heavy military wagon at Salisbury Plains over three years Edward ft member of the first diedJ al the hospital at NEW DRIVE FOR RED TOY Collected Worth of Old Chapter of Dis tressing Events its population in five hun to aim may imagine we have done more than our but comparisons with other parts of the show that we are behind and New accord ing to our The work done by the Cana an War Lecture Bureau as outlined by Frank Yeieh on visit is a very and entitled to uvery citiiniU allow our iflleieM in I Ingreat struggle lo The war Is first ami iinisi re main lllllll KaisiTlsn U crushed fur i French who has been astonish Montrealers by hit daredevil feats of ln bis spad machine quoU full war paint beini f donned and a war dance hold at the 1 Indian reservation near Tlie following Church of England i clergy have been appointed military chaplains undo the new arrange i inunt for chaplain service In Canada P i AlcCiius Charles Mor From Our Own n June Wednesday this week the Cardston district Was worked In a new way of raising funds the Red The children In town and the nearby farmers surrounding went af ter the old Iron and discarded machin ery for which a sale had been and the special drive and gathering culminated In a big effort nesday The Red Cfofld provided cream to those who participated and It was greatly appre ciated by the wofkers as the day was very Old Fred Best was the chairman of the male members of the committee and a very successful roundup result About worth of old metal was delivered to the station at Wool ford another lot is being dNitli ered will no doubt make tip a full It will take two cars tp han dle the result of Wednesdays effort at this Thus what is usually an unsightly evidence of poor farm management may be turned to some economic advantage and at the same time provide funds for the great Red Cross president of the Red states nothing better In the interest of the war and war work has yet been set afloat in the district and a great deal more can yet I be The Cardston ReA Cross so1 clety will take care of all the sccap j metal that the farmers and ranchers 1 will bring in and will turn It to good I The Work The following Is a list of the work done by the Cardston branch of the Red Cross society since our last re port The shipments were made on May 25th and June 5th and are as j 52 pyjama 23 surgical 20 day 12 60 cotton 44 pair day 20 operation 60 BP 16 150 PP 30 MT 80 pillow 150 T 90 arm 20 bed 70 fomenta tion 14 operaWng stock 30 flannel nurse 24 stretcher Total The Winner Tbe have been unable thus far to locate lucky holder of which was the winner in a re cent This organization would be pleased to place the prize where It It hoped that theso few lines will soWieitno to come forward and present Mini Thompson the Union bank will be plemed to help any Distressful and Krnest Once have the sympathy of a wide circle of friends In Mr recent chapter of distressful The a son of 8 or fl broke both honns In the fore arm while performing a stunt In the A weeks later the young Miss was taken lo the local hoapltal nnd had an oueratloif for week ITO older daughter teaching at Olen Miss Verda was accident ally tipped out of a falling so as to fracture the collar iThus all lie children were laid up for The accident at Olenwood was shared by Miss Mary who was badly bruised and also suffered a broken and Miss Josephine Leavltt who wns not so seriously In The rig was being driven by who started up his cam in the ordinary but all his cargo standing behind the sertt lost their balance mid alighted head first without regard to Miss Duce and Miss Maleman were brought to tbwn for medical and owing to school examinations being on returnedrio Olenwood for duty on Sunday so that theirpupils might not miss their Melvln nee Winona Brown was operated upon by Oreennway of Raymond at the locaK hospital on SatufUay evening The patient hag been seriously ill for a week past and her condition was very critical for thefirst thirtysii hours after the At tfiis reports come of ladys gradual improvement and many anxious friends and relatives will be somewhat relieved on receipt of this aislstsd with his patient who hag at Raymond during the past The Inspector for the provincial board of vlalt nd the town recently and with the town officials made a survey of condi tions which were generally Sev eral Individual premises were ordered clonhed up HAVE BETTER WAY Niagara Work on the under construction here and Intended to produce chemical uied extensively in the has been definitely army officers said American It was have perfected a neW and better proceis to product the Work on the buildings was halted abruptly yesterday when soldiers from Fort Niagara marched in and ordered 300 workmen oftthe HAIL INSURANCE BE PREPARED HAIL FOLLOWS HOT HAIL Experience 1917 THERE WAS PAID FOR HAIL INSURANCE IN SASKATCHEWAN A ALBKR 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 Ddeint appeal to you as a good reatan why you ohould In sure with British America Be safe ratt er than sorry and apply now by letter or telephone Nebon and Company 410 Fifth Street Lethbridge Albert INSURE NOW There is Saving in Only companies repreBi Gibbons Company Phone 1 WafmoralBfecfi A Business Man Says NUJOL STANDARD OIL New 1 have now much pleasure in with full knowledge of the 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