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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - May 17, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta FRIDAY, MAY 17, 1918 THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD PAGE FIVE SOLDIERHfllES A Somewhat Forgotten Asset OUawa, Miiy 17.-(SBparate story) Tlio Commons privllcgoa ntid olec:-tlon comiiiltlpo tlila iU'tGrnoott again (lonlt with tlio Yukon uloctloii matter wlikli woft referred Ixick to the lloiiau. The iictlon taken to-diiy will undoubtedly rpaiilt In u doclarutl );i l)f tlio gonernl rolufnlnK offlr.er Hint TJr. ' Altrad ThnmpHon, who won the el-icl!on by 11 iniijorlty ol' 151, Is the iiombci'-oloo: for the Yukon Territory. The eomnilttoe adopted a motion by Mr. Tweedie, of Calffary, donlarlng tlml the votes of goldlera purporting to have been cast are properly applicable to the roapeotlva candidates and that the special return ol the general returning officer be sent back to that official with Instructions to him to declare elected a candidate to represent the Yukon. When the commUtee met, K. n. Oevlln md\-ed that the Hpeclnl return-of the returning officer bo referred to the Supreme Court ar.d If the court found that the law does not provide for Buch a referents, legislation to that end bo passed by Parilanient. A new typo of sleeping car, with a tow more of the comforts of home, �(vas announced by the C.P.Il. Twelve are now on the road. For the occupant of the upper berth Is provided a mirror, clothes hanger, electric light and a railing to keep him from rolling out. HAIL INSURANCE TARMERS-InHure your crops against hall. In sti'ong Companies, aufflclentlT able to pay 100 pericent. in case complete loss. Quick adjustnienta. and risk ^placed from dat*^ of application: ' ' Ko farmer'can afford to carry his own risk, owing to high cost ot^puttlng crop in, and high price of all grains. Win insure for .$10.00 per aero and up. RELIABLE Companies REPRESENTED The Weschester Fire Iniiiranoe . Co., of New York The Rochester Underwriters' Agency, of Rochester, N. Y. The Canada Security Assurance Company, of,Calgary, Alberta SEE ME BEFORE INSURING ELSEWHERE R. S. MABEE AGENT Hull Block Lethbridgc Adjoining the Bank of Nova Scotia. 1M tb�s� hard time*, It Is nnccssarr to gather . together and examlue all oor nssetB, and allhoiig): th� Uoralnlon is the lucky poeaessor of sa many natiira! omm, there are many which people h�v� not yet r��l-'Ited that thoy ha*o, and amonjut these is th� asset of sport and game. I It is quit* possthle tor the untan-aglitaliv� pantoft to say that sport cannot pmsiblr .be aa asset; There Is hardly any portiou af th� country that does not aailsfy the most entbuslnstlc Hshannaa, and further It coBtatns savarat dlHlrlcta, ch-peclally In Brttlsb ColkuabU, which hara k�con>n notfd all oT�r th�> world, A glanea at the roster of" the nmall lodge at Fish Lake, near I^amlMM, will show that it�op|e have oinia from all over the world, sni not. �d for Its . flabiag and htmllnK grounds, and apnea does not nllo'a' ot a detailed deacripUon, but ^rtUiln n tew hours of VaDOOUver Itself ther'o 1b a field for tha mountaineer which Is unrivalled, even la the Rocky Mountains. True, the C�ast Mounlalc:! might not,be b� Ugh, but tt>r variety and flora Omv ara hard to beat. On Vancouver Island there It Oampbell Rlv�r, which, apart from ita tan* aa the'great Qehin^ ground for the Tya� salmon. Is uiso wall-known fer Its mixed hunting, and it is p�aslble to gat fur, feather and fin within a lew h�ars. If not minutes from tha small iJSin ItarAt. It was at this place, whe:^ (Uihing in tht mouth of tha river, thRt Sir Richard Mtiagrave took tbo Ia;,>:ent salmon that has �T�r baen taki^ on tha Pacific Caaat, a�d which weVeheil 13 povBds, bmI what Is more. U was iakan on a red Ukd ilnr. A rr has the new economic, agreement with Oermany materialized apparently, because the Dulcli ahrink from paying the price (or tho precious stocks of foodstuffs which Oor-miiny demands for her coal, iron and other products. As a result � coal imports from the east have been at a standatill for weeks. BOISHEVIKI CROSS HUN SOLDIER ^MIL BE GREAT TEACHER FOR GERM.\N YOUTH CoiiKiantinople, Alay 17.-Russian Bolshnviki troops, roinforced from Turkestan, have reached the post of Baku., on the Caspian Sea. The Boi-sheviki force crossed the CaspTan Sea on Russian gunboats and attacked the Musslemen, wlio owinK to Inck of means ot defence weie forced to abandon the town. The Uolslievlkl troops j are vigorously continuing thoir at tacks. Amsterdam. May IT - 1 liave rock-liko confidence that, my iieople will be equal to the greai lasU.s of the futin'e." the Cologne \oik.-i Zeitung quotes Emperor WJIliain as saying when'inspecting tlie nrRvt-s of heroes during his recent viall lo Alx La Chapelle. "The soldier who liiis struggled through the iroij time of the world war win be a teacher and leader in the growing youths at home in building up and consolidating the reborn empire.'" The Salvation Army Is entering upon a 000,000 war lampaign across the border. ANNETTE !KBLt.�RMANN UN 0�� (OF ITiME MEJIC WOfibtAWn . <