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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - August 14, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta w, *AOE FOUR THE LETHBRIDGE DATLT HEHALD TUESDAY, AUGUST 14,1017 ttb: lltbtoitge *>eratt> letbbrftac Rlbcrta DAILY AND WEEKLY ubfcrlptlon Rates: Dally, delivered, per wcolc......10 Dklly, delivered per year ......?5.00 Dally, by mail, per yonr.........$'-00 Weekly, bv mnil, per ynar ......$1.50 JrVcekJy, by mall, per yoar to U.S..$2.00 TELEPHONES Business Office ............... 1252 Editorial Offlco ............... 1221 W. A. Buchanan President and Managing Director John Torranco - - Business Manager Dates of expiry ot sunscviptlons appear dally on address label. Acceptance of papers after expiration date is pur authority to continue the subscription. Your King and Country Need Ycu Right Now! not In the terapor to conserve bacon in order that Plnvelle or anyone else may continue piling up blood money. A table placed in evidence at n lawsuit brought by the executors of the estate of the late Mrs. William Davics. wlio �as the wife of William Pavlcs of the packing company in which Fla-vollo Is Interested, showed that the dividends paid by stock In the company over a period of 14 years wcro: "For the year ending March 31, ISP:!. 6K per cent.: 18P-4. .14 per cent.; ISM, 40 per cent.; ISOfi. -1") per cent.: ISftT. 100 per cent.; IS'.'S. 120 per cent.; IS!':�, 82 per cent.; 1900, GO per cent.; 1001, -"Va per cent.; 31)03, l.r> per cent.: 11)04, 30 per cent: 1905, 41 per cent.; I DOS, 3"> per cent." God help Hnnna's food control cam-paipit If the government at Ottawa allows this thing to go on during the war. G,000,-000 por yoar, or $7 per head of population. Major F. D. Boggs, Cobourg's police magistrate, who has boon overseas for a couple of years, has been promoted from president of tho District Court Martini at llytho, England, to Judge Advocate of the General Court Martial, with headquarters at Hytho. Sir William Watson CHcyno has boon elected to parliament, unopposed to represent St. Andrew's university, succeeding Christopher Johnston, who has accepted a judicial appointment. Sir William is now serving with tho navy. The 12-year-old daughter of Mr. It became known that another large amount of dynamite had been stolen Harvey Bricknell. former bookkeep- j from a quarry in Montreal. This oc- er of the Kitchener water commission appeared in police court charged with stealing a sum of money from the commission by a series of speculations. The position of general secretary of the Y.W.C.A. at Brantford has been filled with the appointment of Miss Lillian Knowles, now of Detroit, but a member of a former Brantford family. In well-Informed circles, says the Sunday Times, a further change in the personnel of tho admiralty board Is expected shortly, as Admiral Jellicoe. the first sea lord, feels that he is in urgent need of rest. In the event of i Admiral Jellicoe's resignation, the j newspaper adds. Vice-Admiral Sir David Beatfie. commander ot the British grand fleet, may succeed him. curred on August 1. But nothing was said of the matter to tho police. There were seven boxes of the explosive stolen from the Morrison quarry, the sec- Traction Engine REPAIRS i We ore well equipped to handle all kinds of repair work on either steam or rjns tractors. Only high class work leaves our shop, and we will quote you prices that are right.: NIVEN BROS. 216 First Ave. S. Phone 1732 EC CM Open Again, and Making Fine Portraits BACON RESTRICTION AND BACON MILLIONAIRES Paeon is one ot the articles of food Vie are asked by the food controller to conserve. It It is really necessary, and we presume that it Is, tho government will do well to show by its handling of the bacon millionaires of the country that It nvjauB business. The Flavello case Is now being investigated. One government commission has shovm that the Flavello company made abnormal profit* from bacon since the war started. Another commission is now ait-ling to see whether the first commission' report should he thrown out Md .the bacon baron whitewashed. j?Mt bo surely as he is whitewashed I . . MW9\ eo sure ,;' fall the Cam Rife** Winnipeg, Aug. 11.-The Free Press this afternoon publishes the following dispatch, dated Fort AVilliam, Ont.: "That (he English-speaking people of Canada have antagonized rather than encouraged loyal Canadian cooperation from Quebec, is the opinion of Archbishop Matliien, C.M.O., chevalier of the Legion of Honor, France, Archbishop of Reglna, who passed through here this morning on his way from Quebec to his western home. "The people of Quebec have t een berated and lorded over like ignorant children. I wish with all my heart thing* had been different; perhaps Quebec has not done enough, but there must be �0,000 French-Canadian3 in the trenches fighting for freedom today. I read in a Toronto paper yesterday the grosB statement that thore were only 7,000 French-Canadians in khaki. Such false race-prejudicing statements are not only mischlevious but criminal. "What we want In Canada today is more tolerance; more of the spirit of true Canadianism, more of a national brotherhood among the provinces and un honest offort made to wipe out the silly misunderstandings which meddlers aro making a source of disruption. The French-Canadian will fight with and for his English-speaking brother if the latter would extend the hand of fellowship instead of smiting him across the cheek. "In conclusion I would say that though I am no politician, what Canada needs is union government now in this critical time, if she is to win tho war and save her national soul. 1 believe Sir Wilfrid Laurier Is the one man in Canada who, combining thorough-going Canadianism and loyalty to the soil of his birth and its British institutions, can,