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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - September 16, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDAY. SRPTRMBER Ifi. I!MK 1 ilX nfimrnorc daily nr.nAi.n P \GF. SF.VEN Further Proof of Treachery of Lenine and Trotsky; Sold Country to Germans Washington, Sept. 10.-Proofs re-ihiivIiir any doubt Dial l.enlnc nuil Trotsky, the. Ilulshc-.viki leader�, urn imM (lerinan agent h -indeed if any dntibi rumuliiHr-urn laid bol'oro (he vnrl,| today by the I'nlled Ht.uten piv-eminent, iti tin; first Imil.'ilweut. of an iimtizlnf? M-fUm (if official ilnctiiiioiit-k dixi'ln.iotl tlii'oitKli tin" committee on public informalIon, secured In KuhmIii by American agents. Theie iliwn-inouttt tint, only hIiov. bow the Gorman government, through its Imperial bank pa ill (ts pold to Lcnine, Troit'ky anil their itiiiuisdlnt.o a.'soi.'lsto.i to hot ray KuiMiu into (l('MPrlli)K her allien, but filvn added in-unfa. If any by llfid down to the, Ijik! detail of ;ir-' ranxctmmt with typical German sys-tem. II will be revealed completely In ii Heih'.t of .seven an ides furnished by lite committee on public infonna-t ion for I'm. Not only do tin- iIim lo-ure* pro\c them cnnt.itininK references to -'Coin-rade Trotfiky" or "Comrade Lenine." comprise tin- damning document? Home of the originals, II Ih shown. �1 though deposited in the secret tirrhiv eh of tin; Holtdievikl wen; returned to ropresentnlIves of the German stuff in Pntrograd thai they might be des Iroyed. nut evidence of them remained In Uio fabric of roguery and into I ho vacancies thoy fit perfectly. The Hnlshevlltl loaders themselves inform-ttd their "comrades" that the (Jerman government had required Ihe return of the order of the German Imperial bunk depositing UU.OOO.IKMl sold toil bins in a rllockholm hank "had been audited" lo conceal the payments. The rirnt instalment of the revolutions appearing herewith Ih prefaced by an official statement by the com-mil tee on public, Information which the succeeding initlRlmeiitj of the do cunicr.ts will prove. People's Forum f'utniniiRiratlorin iniltil bear thu writers. under tlila signatures l Ity Some hedKC urow blow some that l.eniiie. Trntiilcy and their-band | dun! rious lai�im.-i k planted are paid (.Vniinn .iij'nl.s ihey -how | cbards. haviim protection the llnlhb'ivll.i ri'voluiion. whicn 'hivw| wind, and thev Itiixsia Into Mich an o'T.y of mill der i imre fruit -whie and i'M'cssi's a-; the world ha ebloni I price, ihen M,tnernian ariny iiud the extent of to rinan lnirii;ue .mil doiniuation ,i 1 tmis! beyond the realm of iin.icinatioti OriKinal.t of the ilocutneiiis. !ilu>to-jcr.iphH of orii'.iiiiils and type writ ten circulars, som" of llieiii marked � very secret" or "private" and tuany of ilieni hearlm: the annot.illon.s of the Itolshe-vikl leaderi" tbeniselvcs; Home of SOME SUGGESTIONS Aineiitiin fur the Kariio'i-i of Southern Alberta'. . Sirs. About forty years afro thot't started to pour Into the �reat desert stat'- of KannaH liiimlKralion by tho ' thousand and for muny years ii was i the poorest slate In tho I'nlon. Tho \ I'. S Rovetnnioul nave thnm land tc , set out tree' on their own land, but ' hot winds and no rain prevented �� Xiowth of the trees, bill by anil i few trees c,n>w and Inter on a few more urew then some with a ; Utile pride stinted a hedRc. fence ; Krew and some didn't but the that was well cultiviited did up and the wind could not the farm iittnv. It also helped I of the lazy iie.'ulibors. The in smalt or- ; fiotn t be urew and i;rew and ii he sold tor a bin � of il.e other rarmer--of the rirliesl state-Ill early days It was country but the men iti! down all the timber and burned tt up to i;et till of It Todav tlie -pt'iiii;-t are nioi.ily ail dried up and thev have to dig deep wells, and they luive to buy rtciHl .if their fruit from ether siaiis when befme Ihev l;.ii|  belter for their buildlnc-'. stock and ore!'ll.-. Now J 111.- is Just ^-li.'i could be do'..i' ill Alberta, and build more pit sili"i. and .oiv" time and all Kreeu feci Von will iu:V( r in- a:i tip tii il:i!� fanner until you do. Iti Klves you Ki'een feed all yeitr around 1 lor all your stuck, even your chickens The wind does not blow it away; the rain does not spoil it; uni do not have to wait for the sim to conic out. or ! the dew or rain to dtv It up; yon just ! work at it till th� time whenever It lit IiIr enoiiKh to cut. (hereby savins: ali the feed jou Brow No wind blowiiiK �H "f your bettt fend away and 1 tbl-t is not all t'.od AlmlKhty sends i all you furmers plenty of wilier. Take I tliu lilKhoitt farm In Albmta and by bullilltiK it snow bank on I lift hlKhext ,' point you have ami cuttin/? a birr open | i ditcb In the ground, lie will fill it with 1 water for you. Kxcuse me for writ- ', InK this but you will never have a j liotiutlful country until yon do this ihltif and you nil can help. Clod will j itn Ills part If you do yours .N'otv i nomo of you fellow* thai can'! kidw 1 potatooa and are too lazy or haven't ; the time to cultivate them In the minimer, haul one of tlio straw nlles : to �where, you want your potato** and ! Rprlng, lake a plt�ce of your K per' I cent, substitute i. ' Potato Biscuit I Two cup- sifted flour, on" li-atipitnn salt, three teaspoons bnkliu; powder,1' three tublespooiis sbortenlnr.. one cup mashed potato, liquid stiffl'linl lo mix j Hlfl loKether twice lb,, flour, salt I and hnkftir; ptuvder. Cm. or rub into i this rold .Hhorii'iiint;. In the iiuue way rub into tbli 'lour tiii.'.Mire the I mtmbisl politlo. I'mally edd just j enotiKh cold Ibinld lo the mass 'lllllK loKu'li'''', iJo not kll'.lll I'l.'ICe ' i;ti floured board, roll one half Inch thick and cut Into rounds. I'ltice these In UKbtly floured biscuit tin: and i bake 1") to "n minutes in a nioiierately 'hut oven. Hake all potato breads moi" | slowly than those made wiui flour. I alone. J WILL THEY RESTORE THEM? Manchester. Sept. 16. - The i Guardian, discussing the Austrian peace note. asks, if the central hnadiim powers would he willing to restore ot Iho the countries tbey have o/crrim, reverse the Brest-Lilov3k treaty, set Russia free and leave Poland, Litliunin, Finland and the Ukrane to determine their own destinies. tip.led Canadlat: confidence in their j cousins and the French drive further i wed, the strain on (.ionium resources' becomes more evident. Today, a brilliant day. the corps bri til" Canadian Troops Mure Confident Than Evt-r-Medals For the Men About fifty officers and Men r.;eei\ ed military medals The ceremony took place on ihe n cent battlefield to the music of battalion bawli. With i ii" t 'imadiaii " Sept. i:, i ny j.i-mi. i., diiin I'less t'orrespoiiii'ii' tveatlier has. >;iveu pl;e " anil spirits, never drooptn in the brighter skies local activity continue Nord canal. The (Jei-n. uiilr. of clo.s' r couccult have been taken and way) lo otii' profit in ; it dajh axo the (ierinan our small post s and '.'' > u after our men bud  "it atnlnuuilion and withd-  day we retook them ail our own occupation, f : nirlu;: several of the �� rase have we left nn> 1: I'll:)' but the uncertiiii ; information it appears -is hard pressed for lit' : division encountered S' j  iinavhed. litis n^iitn b-  Tllcfe 'S al mi evldelii  j orKanl/iitioii. prisoner, t inn proof of altered lilt" j Hutu rumored that (Jem,-i boys are beini; lirot(,;ht ' I the ftKlititir; zone to t1  II lie line.''. j Willi tho American a.'-| Miliicl s,,eto, news of :i I- ranee, iv. Caiia I uippini-' " Ull ,h ille Have ,-is' t| I .11 i,: ili-| others -ted Itieil "t  i; i �: '  \!"II(|ed .old cap -i l-'roti: ! ' .. elieipv \ tionrni ..ud badly ihiti.-t in hasty lilt ii-eil rail i- lllOl" � c'li'ii and u-;- to.vard �� men for r � Ill the St CONFER AT COAST You Look As YOU FEEL You know well enough when your liver is loafing. CONSTIPATION i& ttSSSSSSS* Your ilk In noon (jets thee IkiiI ocwi, It grows dull, yellow, mudtiy auiee Milliter and \\tii.; or '.riii,' and Michel deli (',.lies |o attend Tb'-y were. William iani I'o't.t ot |.-,.n|ie "tal Man,i|;i'|- \\ il.-ou. v.ho is how at Viinenuver ' oubl not be ascerl a ined iasi nii?h: Some have ahcady left 'bis l,icalit> lor utile:- ratiti'" tut ;n*1 oilier band local officials visiiinj; titi--�'ity from other I'ro'.vs Neri camps UK-d" the s;ati'II|e!-|t tilat tile tllil|e!-- iti tho-e c aniji". uhiif no' wantiup hi:i tlieaisehe.-- \\ 11111(I �'il-� upporr f i tiie l-'crate tnin is staled aulImriial iM-ly tint yet been approach-e> ri ' - i - ed any not t.e : toaw i.-c l liai -U'li is t'i" win*;! '(it(My be it.-, but It i liia: lh"V bav ed no,- lia\e offi. or di ,-il'eii \|.. ' out i||i|e h Of They were subjected to a heavy anti aircraft fire hut succeeded In dropping some bombs. There were a few victims and some material damatje. according to an official report. The alarm was sounded at 1:25 and the "all clear" tignal was given at three o'clock. Hi's ulli :n' Ml' :,'l Henry Ilea".I. Michel ; Histrict I'm-iil'Mit Itiiri; and Set re 1 iry-'l'ieatoire.'- Drown will ac otupan',- I t" party Whet her t.....ompany will ; fi-pre eiiled b> other t ban jt s (ictl- RAID ON PARIS. Paris. Sept. 16.-Several enemy serial squadrons flew over the the region of Paris this morning. WERE TORPEDOED A Canadian Atlantic. Port. Sept. 10.-After five days' exposure in an open boat, 16 of the crew, including the captain of the Portuguese steamer Leixers. arrived here today reporting that their steamer had been torpedoed in tha North Atlantic five days ago. Toronto's centrilnttion to th' Sail-Kami was $."ill,S-0. Clean to handle. Sold by tall Druf* lists, Grocers and General Ktorc* THE MAKING OF A FAMOUS MEDICINE How Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound It Prepared For Woman's U�e. In thn widest out and about ono foot and you will pumpkins. I.. MATTHEWS. 3S2 2nd St. South. ! 4. USe POTATOES * ? A vMt to tlio laboratory whara thla Wceeaaful remedy la madu improauea �an th* cajunl looker-on with tiie reli-kilitjr, aecuraey, nkill and cleanliness which attend* tiie making of this great madicina for woman's JUh. Ovar 350,000 nounda of vtwioua hcrba re us�d nniiafly ami all have to be fathered at tho Benson of the year when their natural juntos an virtun. j Thq potato has a rather aristocratic ' oiIrIh, having reached the Hrltlsh l�let,-{ pints tepid water. Method- .SIlKhtly warm 'he flour iiid mix tho potatoes, (lour uml salt tiiKother. Cream tho with a llttltj of the water Pour this Into the centre of the flour, and .work tho whole into n dotitfli. Cover with a damp cloth inn' net lit rJie In a warm place for Mioul twee hnui-b. llemovo the mixture from tke liab'n anil knead thoroughly. Xhnpe into leaves, put III a Warm place to rihc lcr IIHceii iuIiiuUm, and thru Tirr draltrsnhodn pUythts embUmvtU ktlp you rare for ynurlifft. pf Ikfir .wvicrs tn [ri grcattr miintgt. Methods Serve Results at Goodyear Goodyear is not limited to any one method of building tires, on account of small production or cheap trade. That Goodyear has developed the most important improvements in tires and tire-building is evidence of our desire to progress-to build bigger business by better quality. s In the Goodyear factories methods must serve results. The only'standard is Tire Quality. If human skill can perform an operation best, the most highly trained specialists are secured for that work. Where precision and uniformity above the ability of human performance are essential, unerring machines are used-especially invented for the purpose. Goodyear does not adhere to the "old" if the" new" is better for quality. Our progress in the science of manufacture is too rapid. Our intensive study of tire problems demands constant refinements. But in Goodyear Sales you will find the evidence of Goodyear results. Lower tire-cost-per-milealone could build the largest sale of any tire in the world. The Goodyear Tire & Rubber Company of Canada, Limited ;