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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - September 23, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta page rorn TDK l.KTHimilHiK DAILY HERALD MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 23. 1918 -u-m-raMwwp-i _ -------'- ma She Xetbbriboc Ifoeialfc \ DAILY AND WEEKLY Proprietor* and Publl*ri;n> fHU LETHBRIDGE HERALD PRINTING COMPANY, LI MIT EC Ml ��h Street South. Lethbrldgt W. A. Buchanan PTMldant ixnd MannglnK Director ff�kn Tonance  - Bualnbd Matiajw IMPRESSIONS OUR MEN IN THE FORESTS. TELEPHONE* Buslnrsjt Office, .......... Offlc� .......... txsi lit* France and Britain's sacrifices are iiii; confmeJ to men. and money, .uui use of the former, desolation -Tv'f Inns of 111" country, 'Ititrics pride themselves on ).-i:is. Kngland and France. � ; esports. remind one con-of a crrat r.ti,I beautiful park as; it was considered a erini- in ::( i of mc. Until o n.inirc's .11 mar. iinti.illy In ;lic ; in..".! off' to inn:  ubierlptlon R�t�a� 1 CsJI�, eetlvered. per week 1* Dully, delivered, per year .....t6.00 Ifclly, by mall, per yer..- ......ti.Ot Woekly. by mall, per your .....II.M ^okly. by mall. p�r year to tJ.S .ti.O* , D�t�i of expiry ot lubacrlptioD* appear daily on address Intel. Acceptance of papen tfte o�'a la �or authority to contlnua tie lub- : acriptlou. iorio; -lay-t lion been y t'a .- ;s fe in -and fei! iate the cf both o travelled for tulles atone a road that was absolute-ly liii! leu by trees that rose to great heigh-s on either side and embrace.! each other over the smooth. well kept highway. The forests around 'PICKED UP IN * PASSING THB BVSr~~MAN AT FIFTY DOLLARS ACRE Australia will tax new war bonds. 'i'Ii*> Kin sawmill at Kernle has closed for the season. I.hirln.n operations It cut nine million feet I Dr. Percy Talbot, Kdmonton. new head of the Alberta Veting basis. I Ihinionlon great war veterans are urging the government 'o take over j anil opera!" the coal mitnv. w a ,-nuic in t -to- THE PROGRESS OF THE WAR. J lift wlii-n l.'ermst'.v th::;'' handling the only blow Foci liverinu ;.t the mon-m'. al, cone? and e.itig,- '::"" ir. part of the wor'.d a!' -.ether-moment (lie ue.-;o;u front site the allies' only fcivng lint unexpect - lly the Serb- ..; troops beam- active in t That was not all. for Palestir.-the? scone of heavy fighting Krokes of tiie allies mean tl key and Bulgaria can't h.> many on the western front riper; another drive from ; tans and thru t'..� AiisTiaus kept busy at'ct the t - look affr the front alone ami reinforce his Jlnlgar;a. l'alestine an! An well. All the fur as the many isn is tryltiK nttempt? ernr.-. Ilere ��inar. might ti- juovi.b of ;';!.�� rati ;ed ' :if" j s'a e ep, u Iiere. whet-o try Co 'tl Fiv of in a but rps i - toadside. '" and hni-a> - ai'out am Hid Mrs rtrown. 'ten i' N K at li N It . ag-c! d Hrowii. uioti ual superitit, imoiitun. died �ig'ntv  of W. M. �nt of the St. John, r.nir in i an. fo tail one I'. was i'oi a ennd to; l. ; i ailed r.o i-a-t. .- is now Th..... Lit Tur- ii> . women since th- 1'uiteii states entered the war. mill I w ;ll he ItlVi i'l'*.ltcil Mavor -ffere.l l� liceme S'i-nt (lalvitt e tistat. 1 1)11! t-d ii li- ner-, and there j. sion at any point men' n r. ' lr.il1 no �ii nu.'i'i. has the striking strike Hoy at busy cor-ord of confu- ' leitnat-.;. ut of its tuiti-1 �ail; .1 i; '-.ii! t! p :.:;'.rat.-d s'utup-vd-. and war neivs is i iieerful. so allies are eor.cerue.l (ier-able to come back; she hard hut fails In all her dn the we--t th-' alll way, and his th" it: i app ar bus. per 1 in re. with h was grown on siimmi : lab i low. ! K P Wah i o!t* hti" purchased the land owned by (I. T. Wilde, four miles i southwest from here, the price paid | being In the neighborhood of J.'iO.mi per acre. Mr. Wnlscntl has enliam ed his future farming operations to ' the extent of HHO acres, and will have in the neighborhood of i'.on acres of Mitnmorfullow for next year. Coo T. Wride. who has sold hi-' fanning interests. Is contemp'at.lng .moving to I.eihhridge In the near fit-i a Ids rooster .has beep ;u;i. i interior of Alaska for the | The Ford garage, h.'u� i hanged bauds i (he N�'d (toss. At every ; the last few days. .Messrs Ceo. Creeu stopping plnce the bird lias been j and I., I). King being the new sold, and then sent ,n to be sold | tnts. The managetneut will again. To dale "Mbertv" ha- added Ctwd by !,, 1) Kin it. Jtiin to the Hed Cross coffers. | Messrs. King' llros are ),n did color and weighing about fit lbs. per bus. In all a Hue sample of wheal, which it would be well for the government to purchase for s"'od g�iln for next year and hold In the province, as th'U'i ii none ton much of that, iinalilj this lea', especially in those districts where the drouth has been more |ier; i.-ieiit. th The home cf Amelia Bingham actress, on Riverside drive. New-York, is likely to be sold at auction as ihf. result of judgment proceedings for $20.:!70. "I.lhertv. touring tin-benefit of TRAIN RAN OVfiR BANFF WOMAN Uanlf. S,.pt I'i. Mrs. A. Mite-donald, i he wife of the foreman of a c.l'.It. i'mi-.i gang whose cars are in l he Banff yards, was seriously Injured Ibis afternoon hy boiuK hit. by the engine of a westbound freight. She -wis thrown forward between the rails and the engine and two cavil passed over her Her injuries were occasioned by I lie Impact of Die engine and striking the ground as the engine passed over her prostrate body, without, inflii ting any further injuries. She was removed to Dp- hospital and one leg was i'i i it ti afraid of internal Injuries, which may prove serious pi oprn 1.....Xi the; HANDS UP! | I! �t- .1 Nor! lloti dela If ll.illiert. pre?;, Farmers of (intra h Ontario h> > 11 e of Commons ,i- �tit may f F ---ting to ur" s a h i  i rv Cor THE KAISER'S APPEAL TO THE WORKERS. Kiii-er William's direct appeal to the Krupp workers is an acknowledgement of the despair that exists amongst the war lords. If was the Kaiser'.- first appearance before war workers. Ho would not ''ave appeared at nil had the war been gaing well. �\Vi!lii:'i Hnhenzollern is now trving to stitnulite ihf- weary wnrk'.tr ~lis.-; 1;s and t \ -a'." plant-, a'.i :;o' wry far  � from t ;;' w ar ;i>ti.> Concee � i i than half a i!.i> - :n..'.--r vile fr Twenty image i . Ship ' tile p; 1 1 (7 ;-.k � en: "l d> ;ii v\. Boar, lie f:\ moTi stee ad-we he Fn-". win contest �tion for Die i farmers' can- a deii-w/lght e iji 'ivi red to i'V Amevic.i-i thirteen il.iyi I luring the tid wood ships ton-- were � d-s- �lft.s. T;:i;-' 'iCiy ' feet ii'i.l-0 An fror.' - to Ami-Utiring t all i of coar .ui'ii .a ii".ir JUST DUPES OF THE GERMANS. The Bolshevik!, at the lieginninj: of their reign in Russia, were welcomed by u certain class, as the ambassadors of a new world in which wealth and fosl'.lon would be shared equally by 1) the people, l.enine and Trotsky came to be looked upon as saviours of the down-trodden classes They were extolled aa apostles of a new Magna i t'itarta of human rights. Very csanv Idealists slncorely believed in then and their pretensions. But I.enitto and Trotsky were not apostles, serving humanity; they worn merely dupes of the greatest enemy of humanity, Germany. They claimed to bo saviours, and cauKht the masses i With their cries, while at the very I Voment they were tilling their pockets with German gold. Too often have innocent people fallen into the j hands of hypocrites. The exposures. , oanceriiing l.enino and Trotsky, I should convince the common people of Uunslii that they cannot depend upon I agitators of the Bolshevikl type, j What Russia requires is a stable gov- ! ernmont in the hands of sane advo cates of a sane democracy. her means much in war. e in trench warfare Millions Ure used in every Imaginable p:ia--o du.. ! .-, : of war activity, tie/ railroads, t;-.,. ttw v.�iu , buildings, the trenclo =. the '. �� appro- 1 wa printed. The Forestry Corp- wa- or- � ""' ganlzed on a military 1 aais. to handle , we | these operations. This Forestry | Corps is Canadian. Very few :or-: s.y: )!u, ts of '�' time, si "! at the r day and demands gauge Don with Of tie-f til" t, Die Corp. awn 'am! A' Saul! St- Mar. W.isyl Knchuk. Ka--iati age 1 -ar-, wa'. lined .....'. will Die op;; �� of live ye..,i s' � tnpr: ioaui'tit ()u l,:ng tnuni\ guilty und.r \he War Measures A't of liav-nig objei t tollable ntitter In his por- ---li'll. tile ill i'ji'iI Wll� liT,sli"l 'i'l c. .'ha-.-- of heme. ......retut'. ,f a ID.-- � ;:iti It'-. � tat lona ;!it;i wn.ih he i'.ad orea; i.-.e.I. mil wliich has n uiem tu",--!'.i), nf at 1 was holding secret meetings m a f-n gti section i,f the Ce at; arm- it'll, T rail- �d o-IU' !.l lid-Dim and pin-Itor- oltsfr-.n'ion programs t> "iiii sleepers are being ptol'i week The main t-iurces of supply ing 'inner f >r tills sleeper pt nr.. the oak to:- -is of Notma'aly Central l-'ratu e. a:p| the imtneti areas of the "I.amies," south doau.t. This latter area inmpri.-e-over ".o,,e.i ,) acres of uliiio-i flat sand land-, which have pl.-.ti.vd w.lh Mari'.'.i:." pine since tie- , lid of the 1-th reiitij.-y. Un- of tiie mam -oiiroe- of .-apply I'linber. in addition to tl.e  II'lolled |'I'eVioU-lv, ,ir. Ilo-.i ml - prip fore.-t- in Hoof tii�. .'let of i'ni.ii ,�. in ttin'i.t of tb- Vo-gi--. I).nil., which ;,-I7 i -�:..-isln(l of "S.stll pass-i'tntir i .'i i and 4 '.t"'.i commercial ve-lin !. s. a to'al regl.strallon of b.'..7'.'o Tin- is nearly 'nice the registration of I'D'. There :., now in Ontario one 'car for each :"n�tr in other Keclie.Hi (jf the I-ie , v.e -aw the Forestry Corp.' ut work In France, il was Die same. Die Canadian woodman, the axe and the saw, the mill, and tiie sy.tem. One day we motored from Uouen to Com lies Forest. We gauge. i-irs which ;-i i' opera'� narrow gauge railroad-bei-n built by tile Cu:p mean - of 1 riot ion at  i hiding .team lui omotiv tors and horse c No wa.-le i> allowed, braiii'lii'- of a tree iu'a dia.-pi in d and used for tatigeiiicttts. No uiid galher not ine aprliig f r standard m.-fre. iiii The ii'.-i'i' Die.-c I'.aVe lf.aiiil-. ami's,iiiou � inployi d. in-', pet rol t iiii-. In Canada dciTul, Th- :,n:al,. .-,! : i Ir'miiK-d and ' lit .li wii e * n -rground bnirtli - it all Ihu wo/i-prulse that ha- I.....t; given it, but the Can- ;.'iiaii Foi .-(I. Corps, ill its t.ervlce to tie- aiite.-, t it\x 'i.."\ice. is not safety Hist Probably it ; ttiure so than some of Die other aux.saury services, but there i.-, danger Airships often bomb tile unit,; iitr betitmi the line and Die section- of Die corps, working closer up. musi tace t shelling. There have bci n many casualties ill Die Forestry Co.-in. proof that iis men aro often in tin. danger zyutt. September List Records "JtS Earl Fullers Rector Novelty T*r/' Orchestra JazzesTVlissouri Walk Lcuisc, Fcreraanil (Jreenus have ukclded it. Prince has orchestrated it, Campbell aiul Hiirr ha\e words to it - and now to complete the Columbia Records of this fascinating melody Karl Fuller has jazzed it! An irresistible dancinj; record of the ino'-t popular waltz of the day. A2578-00o 44 Oh.Frenchy ! "Rosie Green was the village queen" who "left for France with an ambulance," and oif course "Rosie Green met a chap named Jean, a soldier from Paree." We'll let you guess the rest of this melodious romance of the great war-or better, hear Arthur Fields sing it on one of the catchiest Columbia Records yet. A2569-90c Van and Schenck Take a Whirl at'Tackiti fern Dowa Here's a decided novelty-dancing instructions for a rapid-fire negro shuffle-step giveu in a rollicking Van and Schenck duet. A rec* ord that brings down the house and starts everyone shuffling every time. A 2570-90c SI other sperUlinc hltt In the September Lilt StmUome rtcordt to your soldier. Tlier�'�aOrafonol� in his Y. M. C. A. -r Knights of Columbus Hut. AW Columbia Ntnrilt on salt tit lOlk �/ toeiy month. COLUMBIA GRAI'HOPHONE COMPANY (jq tukom'u CtlaaMt CnltmtU WulEWlricK^r SZM HE KENNY & ALLIN CO., LIMITED Next to Dallas tfote( ^ The Druo-Book 8tor�i ;