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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 3, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETK75RITXVE DAOT HpRA3J AUGUST the French eventually retain ilng too village at but thin I the German line ripped Ibe village MliodQ aail The accord i Ini io the survey delivered the main thrust before Ypres and succeeded in 1capturing Langemarck in addition to other places mentioned by Field Mar shal but were unable to hold Ijmgeaswfc anil Jullen In the face I ot a German counterattack and vrero I The report seels to sire impression that ony ins linmed I late Irout lice trencu in any case was lost and carefully avoids any menllon U the depth o the entente British state Kent says A nlgK attack on a lew of ilic British positions northwest of Warncton oa the Uelgtan was The weather continues wet sad Early last nlsht enemy attempt tu vis from our positions on infaniry Bill cast o Monchy Alter a beavr preliminary bombardment his attacking on a front of about a half Succeeded in obtaining temporary possession ot a portion our line trenches at two Our counter attacks In whichwo sec ured a few prisoners have already gained part ot the lost During the nteht the enemy also endeavored to raid ourtrenches southeast of Qaflant and attacked tne of our newly established posts northwest ot he wasrepulsed in both A PUZZLE FOR PADERlttYSKI a pityAlt aint Bert e can piay the plana Balrhsfatlier in London WAR MENUS Canadas Fights The of war menus is cao of tie In Hannas platfoyn of food conserva In clubs and cafes over the Dom there much eitrava gant use of The satne Is true In the It is estimated that food is wasted in tha average hoirie to feed a Eoldier af tho fronfi Such must be stopped Dominion U io do its Serbia Hair and iWhen ten world are en It Is acrime that there should be food waste the Dom such waste Vould farther raean savins to dollars and for the prosecution 6f It is m perallve be securea Practise thrift in your business Iwusehold expendi tures Invest yoor savings In War j AMEJtjCAS TRADE sshingtoSi July foreign tradein 1917 reached the un total of o which was exports and Espnris in the last month of the fiscal year totalled ot an montb In fbe countrys history with the exception of last January Imports during the month were valued at The trade balance in Americas fa lor for the year That was more than th year before more than In and larger than fe thelast year before the MEDEHIQ MARTINS VIEWS July We are toll that we are to have sai Mayor Mederlc Martin in an adijrei Saturday nlsht at the Davi cl ID who is also an said Do not be too I am told that ill 5a an agitation to have the prime minister bring his ex tension bill back The prime minister promised that he would not do U ho respects his word the eame as before we will have no elec 1 am one of those who believe that ice should da for England all that Is hnmanly bnt 1 am one who believes also thatwe should keep our relief for the farmers wires and fam SpccHl to ttie Herala Maple president of the Irrigation association In his opening address be fore tha convention and again his connec dry arming and irriga the ideal proposi iion would be for every dry farmer have acreage for Irrigation for al falfa and pasture He referred to of last abut con tinuing the most carefuldry farming a the summerfallan had proved this ear again in Saskatche AlhertaKe advised as the best correcllTebt the present situation the of the pow in tie ground moisture conditions warrant after an early VlcePreefdent Marnoch emphasized referring to the oft repeated remark that It was Gods superintendent theSv and seed branch of the department o agriculture is In tie city today from Edmonton on a tour of the He j is accompanied by Jack Weir also of I the same department says I the Eoutli is fairly veeds I iliis Canada thistle and stink being the worst j Weir was greatly surprised at the crops he has seen in he had expected from to find the whole burned Between Lethbridge and Calgary be expects to see a 25 bushel wheat average there are many fields that will yield as high as 40 Harvesting in the south start nest week and will bo general ia week from WINWAR Organlzatioa for the tiro day winthewar opening this aflcrpoonin thearena accorBing to the season With all duelis reverence It iras neitherItwas mans country ard U required a mans brains and E macs work to develop Motherwell commended the LothlTidge water MarnochTsaddre3s on more and thegreatest need of the farm toda was better water He said the greatest need of the todav better kitchens anil morel ahasEnred fact that there he huge representation IromaI over the The convention will be order at 3 proceedings of the afternoon will lead up to a great mass meeting to be held tonight at which Sir arid Hugh Use principal t MORALE OK HUN ARMY IS NOW GOING FAST Firrt Lord of the Admiralty Telli Why DetaUi of Kerosim of Navy is Unpublished July destruction ef the German military power is pro gressing more spring than the people imagine and the morale of the German anny assuredly is going said Sir Eric In his Ural public speechas first lord of the Edniiralty tn the GuildhallJ at Cam bridge own aid he said he would not Interfere with tho needs of the Speaking of German inhumanity at the new first lord urged tailed information concerning the hero ism tf and men be not Eoughl as U Viould mark them for the and lie was sure tho public placed confidence In Iho navy and tb Ho paid tribute to English railroad men for their work in as they had given the freedom of move ruent not possessed a year Muni tion wagons now are off tho roads he and munitions ore carried to the Jront on raall gauge which resulted in B saving of many lives Pull Your Haul Your Grain or Hay WITH A STEAMSHIP July aleam company overdue with the declartlon on Its Kcarlttet ot dividends as follows t 13 on payable AiUCtut of record ot July 1 34 yet centpayable 1 to of 13 and per parable 2 to slock of record 1 iV STAUDEMAK ATRACTOR Four Horses for the Price of One 200 ON HAND AT CALOARY NOW and a Ford IN SOOtJ CONDITION HAKES A OUARAHTEED FARM TRACTOR WHICH WILL TAKE THE PLACE OF FOUR HORSES 24 HOURS PER WILL NOT HARM YOUR WILL NOT SOIL YOUR AGENCY DOES NOT HANDLE WRITE OR PHONE TO StaudeMakaTractor Sales Limited i 304 ELEVENTH OR i John Alberta A REMARKABLE CUlfoUGE Slllt Of SUITS for Immediate Wear or for Wear the Year Round SUITS that were all seaeen SUITS that were all season SUITS that were all season moo SUITS that were all season SUITS that were all season SUITS that were ail season SUITS that were all season SUITS that Avere all season SUITS that were all season wholesale is rare price opportunity to purchase a suit at a price than IV flflft CLEARANCE SALE OF TOP COATS FOR MEN AND YOUNG TOP COATS thnt all season TOP COATS that were all season TOP COATS that Avere all season v FASHIONED OF IMPORTED in a large ariety of desirable patterns in SlipOnor Trench Mediniu suitable CLEARANCE SALE OF MENS RAIN COATS i BAtMACCAN AND RAGLAN STYLES RAIN COATS that were all season 1 SlLKRAlX COATS that were all season 1 BLACK RUBBER DRIVING COATS that Avere all RAIN COATS that Avere all season CLEARANCE SALE OF AUTO DUST COATS DUST COATS that AAere all season DUST COATS that were all season DUST COATS that were all season FINALXLEARANCE SALE OF MENS STRAW PANAMA HATS that AA ere all STRAW HATS that AA ere all 65c season 75C STRAW HATS that were all season PANAMA HATS that were all Season J5 PANAMA HATS thai were allseason CliEAKANCE SALE of LADIES PANAMA HATS at HALF PRICE jADIES PANAMA HATS thatwere all sea r aSf LADIES PANAMA HATS that Avere all sea son CLEARANCE SALE OF MENS HATS CAPS FELT HATS that Avere all season FELT HATS that were all season MENS CAPS that were all season CLEARANCE SALE OF MENS COMBINATION UNDERWEAR SUMMER SHORT OR LONG jNE OR FULL UNDERWEAR that Avere all season UNDERWEAR that were all season UNDERWEAR that Avere all season 2piece suits that Avere nil season and 88c 2piccc suits that were all scasonSl50 LISLE 2piece suits that were all season CLEARANCE SALE OF ARROW SHIRTS J MENS SHIRTS that AA ere all season 95 C MENSSniRTS that were all season MENS SHIRTS that Avere all season Summer Shirts with soft or stiff well tailpre fl of Madras mercerized crepe weaves and other shirtings in coat style sizes 14 to CLEARANCE SALE OF LIGHTWEIGHT 2PIECE SUITS AND FLANNEL TROUSERS 2FIECE SUITS that were all season V FLANNEL OUTING TKOUSERS that were all season CLEARANCE SALE OF FLORSHEIM SHOES BROKEN LINES AND SUES j that were all SLATER SHOES that were all season MANHATTAN SHOES that wre all season CLEARANCE SALE OF FINE TROUSERS TKO USERS that were all season TKOUSKKS that were all season TROUSERS that were season GOODS ON LOUIS KEEL FASHION CRAFT CLOTHES SHOP 318 FIFTH STREET SOUTH St Wj ;