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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - June 28, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRIPGE DAILY ..HERALD FHIDAV. JUNE 28. I HIS I !lctbbv(^oc 1f3cvalb DAILY ANU WEEKLY j tho Uuiis, ami should roceivf o.\c!i | now foo'd cnicr witlV" thankn iiistiM,!' of ri-oiosts. Proprletora and PublUhcrs fHE LETIIBRIDGE HERALD PRINT-ING COMPANY, LIMITEC 23 6th Street South, Lethbrldae W. A. Buchai.an President and JManaging Directdr John Toriance  - Buslnefa MRuassr THE NEWSPAPERS AND THE WAR. \Vp havo como to take our nows-pnpor as ii itiilttor ( ('our.-p. It is part of our ovtM'vdiiy llfi'. and as such \vi- aro prono to overlook it^niit.v, is Orad. Alton S. Benson, Socialist candi- liiK t!io Unit.^il ^Mlcs i;()vern)nent , dato for I'res.ilcnt in IfllC. rosiRUod realize? wliat it owes to the news- I front the party. TSLRPHONE3 Bualnoss OMice .......... Bdltorlal Office .......... 1263 1234 pi(|iers. .\eeordint; to the l.os AnpeU? rimes ''tho RovGrnincnt'.i information Subscription Rntsoi DaJls, Celivered, per week . Dally, delivered, per year . Dally, by mail, par year .. Weekly, by in.TJl, per year .10 .15.00 .$4.00 .Sl.BO', Tsc of electric lifrht and coal i.i , Ijelni; I'tirtailod as a war measure � bnrcaii admit.^ -that its best and Rrfat-  acru^.; tho border. est piihlieify'c'oini's throtipli the newti- i - papers and the movinR pi'etur�?s. With- ! Hey.IV !,arlvicro, ha.s been induct-.... i ed as'rector of Chrtstlcvillo. (.\Ion- iiut tliejr patriotic luui fnondly co- i (,.^,^^1 , operation the loan drives and reorul!- i _ in.R- service would be practically help. I IJev. U. Itolph has become pastor of tlonijIiKni and KrinvloNv ii.ip- list cluirihi. � - ;ess. . Jii.st sit down and fIsMre out tho Weekly, by mail, per year to U.S..$2 00 i part played by the Canada press in ! this war. Not only does it keep the popul.Ttion supplie!! with the latest - Dates of expiry of subscrlrtiona pear dally on address label Accept mce of papers illo csplratun eato l� ; war nowcj. lv.it everv cimpaisn hinccs our authority to continue tl-o sub-j ,,,,,,, ,,, ,,m,ii,.itv aiforded bv the scriptlon. Snr=eoi,-i;enf rai l-^otlieriuRliaiit ifi viiilini; tho west on a tour of inspec- were carried on tlirou.ijh the daily THE PROGRESS OF THE WAR. Though the situation in .-Viistria fol lowing the disastrous defeat adminiri-; thronsh the pre-s. Tiio tered by Italy, is bordering on revoln tion, writers point out tliat Austria Hungary is much too hoterogen eons a nation to liave a .successful re volt, and that the nation will still eon tleorge K. -MeCnllough, a lawyer, I years of age. Toronto, was ar-newspapers. In ilie early days of the ' rested on a charge of theft, war, ronsin.g recrnitin.g campaign i:. Finn. .M.l'.'for Halifax, has been appointed a menihnr of tho Nova press. The Fatriotic Fund ciuiipiisns ri,.otia government without iiortfoilo. were driven ho.'jic to the jieoiile lieil Cr^rss cainpnigus depended on tlie press to acquaint tile i)e,iple with tiie Ufed sales is SH'.'.'O:',. for fnndi.5. Creai national advertising campaigns to actiuaiut tlie people wiih llie Military Service Act, registration Froceeds from tlie tax sale in Kd-nionton are finite fnlfilling expecta-tiiii's. Tl-.e total rcali^ud for two day's tinue to hang together under German i and Victory I^inn havo been carried domination. on. The Food Control Hoard dessem- The fighting on the war fronts h:\? � inates its orders -through the press. Tlio resignation of three mo'rt^ .\e-i braskaa professors .has been doinanil-i 0(1 on acccnint of their attitude on tlie i' war. Tt f? pcesibie tiuat'owing lo tlio rt�. died down again, the Italians re^rd-i and follows ' them un with reams of ^i:^^Z ing local fiuccesses. and the same for , puldicjty matter printt^l^.free by the I'uris will be changed. the allies on the western fr,'>nt."where newspapers, tho Americans. Frencli and British Thes^ arc tho outward signs of Btrilding permit.^ in Winnipojc for  sncce^sfui the newspapers' war work. Then there ]::^^:'\-:^^f ^^^"l, '^l^ ' ' is the question of propaganda, and miki^ will be erected. have nil li.irtiolpated raids. CALGARY PAPER TREADS DANGEROUS GROUND. In Ite effort to bullyrag soa'.eim.; over the trip of a parly of Canadian editors to the Old Countrv and the fighting liues, the Calgary Canadian ! government recognizes these more depends on propaganda than most people imagine. .\s a matter of fact the newspapers are more re-.sponsible than any other single agency for the morale of the people at homo !n tiiis war. Tlio Imperial laets. The Itev,' (�.".lion and Mra. d. Osborne Troop has rcturntkl irom Fng-laud unci have once more taken up their residence in Montreal. For passing slurring, remarks about F. S. ited Cross nurses Geo. Shell-I burn, of Hrooklyn,' was promptly sent to jail. People's Forum CoramtinlCBtlons under tlila heading must boar tUo signatures of the wrltora. treads on rather dangerous ground � P"'>' Canadian edi- when it say=i- ' recently received a special invi- And then" we might recall the fuc* ^ 'atlon-.^ivvproMed �.oWfteas^.-i.Vg.ies.fs I country-wide series of thefts of ]^^^.p^hf o^: i o..iae BriUsh -Government, t. v^sit j {^^^�ar;4t"^rt.i::^diSt^^nl;! fellowV,-who started -this war. and that nobody in Canada either had i'a hand in'starting it or in any of tlte negotiations leading up' to or following the declifratioH of war, which might still further .strengthen our ^�iews'about It being "the other fel-low'a" .war. thcs.-fishliug lines and the grand fleet. ; Xew York. TAX ..SAL^S-^RODUCE^ FAIR RESULTS. The Calgary Herald makes 'some � ! et^.ogistic remarks about the resnjjci In giving .%i6iC6 to such sentiments ' Lothbridgo tax" sale. It thinks the C8i^ary,"^jritadfan"' most certain-' the proposed tax sale iii Cal- ly belies' its.-naiae..' , : sah' were "hs productive of results A SLANDER ON ' - THE'JEWISH RACE. The Sou! of every Jew on earth will revolt at the suggestion contained in , the dispatch, evidently of German I '''''''' '^�""So in the matter of the manufacture, that representatives of | P'-�P�^'>'l^'i''^ Properties in arrears as the local tax sale tliere would be no'icause for.complaint.. It says; From thd experience of the city of Lethbridge timorous members of our own city council should be able to Jewish leagues are to discuss with the Turkish government tho question for taxes.- Lethbridge announced a isale. advertised it and went aliBad wiih of Jewish immigration to Palestino ' " '� P�'"' "le/aucUon- The suggestion that any sect of Jews ! '^"�vlriiold Hovcy, B.A., 13. !>., is the new pai-^tor of Gall'Baptist Church. Ottawa Board of Control decided on,a plebiscite" ill January taking over the electric railway in lr the inserllon of sumo, 1 remain, * 'I'lMirs very truly, .'L. KEKI. matter in which country ihey at present reeide, know full well that onlv , under Brili.sh or similarlv democrati'c i ^^'"^ riwiled. :a,rdund and, found supervision, can they hope to find tho ' "e�''e apply lo; p,,, j,,,^ (he deliriquent the private home in the matter of the , ^^.^^rs are coming,alon^ with iliolr purchase of wheat suh3titnte.^ wtien buying white' flour. Such regulations have been in effect In tho United States for several months, giving good satisfaction. It is well that ihey havo been Introduced in CJanada. We are facing a parlial rjrop failure in the West, where the, exportable surplus of wheat is raised. Thofols no uso denying tho ^act. I't Is well, therefore, thai the Govorn-luent has seen fit to take drastic ac-Uon early enough to provide thai the. greatest possible percentage of 1 the, coming crop may be availaiile ror tx^ort. There are going to- be protests against the now government order cjllilng for a percentage of subsll-tulefl for wheat' flour in all bnad., I'he principal objection is tin* tiie' BUbstilutes are generally higher in price than tho standard war flour. However, If people would remeniher that tlie object of the foo'd reguia-Uona Is not so much to rediu'e the cost ct living as to conserve for export to the Allies certain staple fo.-.Is* such, as beef, bacon and wheal, there '.vould bo less complalnlBg. \Vo HVB sure that Canadians will accept-the now conditions whicli go Into effect on July lath in the best of spirit, especially when Ihey uni'."r-stand thai there Is a growing need aver^.as for our wheal and meal products. We. are. many leagues removed from tiie starving cundi'.iomoC money. t ' : 'J'hiis it seems thai � even- where there is no likelihood of !.aiaiv,p .luld-ding for property put up..�or.sale for tax arrears, It pays lo have; ihe tax sale for the reason that it induces delinquents to pay up. ilf; Oalgiiry^ does as well as Lethbrldge'ln'-the.tax* Kale that is now being talked oVthoie wjll be no need for compaUnlng, ' The Calgary Herald is rat;lier/,toa optiniiHtic for us in pari of the ab'ayt). On the whole, however, the 'Letii-bridgo sale has shown that presjuro firmly applied will do much to cjean up tax arrears. This is shown by Kd-monton's sale also, whore tho results are considerably better than tlio-so Ijere. A dispatch from Edmonton yes- Arrangements are ,ma;ie � to shop �J.8',O0u',OCni tons of.coaV to-northwest-cim State.'! and portions of Canada. Four.million .tons wUI �ome lo Canada. � After a very long ininislry in Southern. - Manitoba the Rev. W. R. Johnsod. Rural .Dean of Turtle Mountain, .hasi i'qsigneiO.. j;. f!havej,:^;lft.,V^:Vli^fastor A. work overseaK H 4 It- Experienced 1917 THERE WAS PAID FOP HAIL ^INSURANCE IN MANITOBA, SASKATCHEWAN & ALBERTA $4,364,800.61. HAIL INSURANCE LOSSES TOTALLED $7,-493,347.18. EVERY LINE COMPANY PAID ITS LQSSES IN FULL. SINCE INCORPORA-i TION THE BRITISH AMERICA ASSURANCE COMPANY HAS PAID OVER $40,000,000.00 IN LOSSES. � ��   Doesn't this appeal ,to you as a aood reason why you should Itifi, sure with British "AlfVitrlcKr,, / Be safe rather *thah-sorry'and, apply now by (etVeT-prttlfflgKone', to- ? , - ''�'^]^' W,F.Jielion antf Company 41fi- Fifth- Street South, Isethbrlcifle �"'>iAlbert! Is lo hn suceedcd by Rev. Father Mc-1 Andlish, ot Toronto. ' I J. D. Hall, sheriff ot Vnneoiivcr for: the pasl twenty-five years, has re- ! signed. Charles McDonald, Liheral ' candidate for South Vancouver at tho; last Federal elections, lias lieeii ap. ' pointed to'tlio position. i The municipal council of Paris decided lo change the name of avenue Troradero to that of ".\vonue President Wilson." Street signs bearing the new name will bo placed in posi- ; lion on the foundation. j The Hartshorn Creamery company j of Cornucopia, was fined $."111 by D. \ Ferguson, J.P.. for operating an en-1 gine Contrar3" to the Albertai steam I boilers act. not having received a permit fPom the inspector. The American schooner James W. Paul,' Jr., was lost in the harbor of Rio no Janiero when a cable broke while she was being towed oulward All on board were saved with tho exception of a SwcdJsii cook and the infant daughter of flie master. Tlio steamer's home port was .New -i'ork. As a result of the interview tlio timber limit holders recently hail witii Sir L