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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - August 17, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOUR THE LETHBRIDGE DATUT HERALD FRIDAY, AUGUST 17, 1917 lb; Ictbbrt&flc, Bibcvta pla':form laid down In this convention." eg August 2S to 31. residences and several schools. | - The commission of conservation Lieut.-Col. J. J. Creelman. D.S.O., I has issued a bulletin advising the will be a candidate in the coming j farmers of eastern Ontario, whoso genera! election. He will stand as an ; barns are this year bulging with a particularly large hay crop, to plow up a portion of their meadowlands this autumn and sow every available acre to rye and fall wheat. The yield of hay, it is pointed out, has been so large that the requirements of this year as well as of next year have been largely met. With a grain-hungry world clamoring to be fed the commissioner thinks that farmers should make an extra effort to produce rye and wheat. You Men Who Admire Richness* Beauty and Exclu-siveness in Fall Woolens will be Pleased with the "Ridpath" Showing. Some tailors may have been unfortunate in securing foreign weaves this season-not bo at tho "Ridpath" Shop. If you want blue sorgo that will not fade, mako your selections here and now. T. C. Ridpath TAILOR For Men and Women 407 5th St. S. ,PHONE 730. CUTYOURGRAIN Pull Your Sheaf-Loader, Haul Your Coal, Grain or Hay WITH A independent candidate probably in St. Antoine for which Sir Herbert Ames is the present member. Col. Creelman is in favor of conscription: Arrested some time ago in connection with a charge of theft of funds belonging to the San Life company, while employed at Slmunavon, Sask., George 11. Harrison escaped from the jail guard at Swift Current and is still at large. FARM LOANS We have money to loan on farm land at reasonable rates. Valuations are made from Lethbridge and we have the record for prompt payment after taking of application, usually less than two weeks. Do business with an old established and reliable firm, M. P. Johnston & Co. 8ulte Two, Alberta Block Lethbridge, Alberta, Can. (Special to tho Ilf-rald) I Fernie, Aug. Vi.-This week's pro- ' grain of the Eilison-White service of i the Fernie Chautauqua has been a � continued and growing success. The , ,,. .. opening on Saturday was a surprise, ting forth by each allied belligerent d the surprise has continued from of its full power as the only assur- d to & bringing larger attendance anec of v,ctory. In times of peril at each meetingi untU ,ast night the the entire ^sources of the country ' b wnt . . entbuslastlc moral and matenal, man power and boMtorB �or the Cliautautiua ent,,. rff,?r.',Sn of Tt'iuinmenta. The Chautauqua orches-state for the preservation of its, . ,, . , national liberties. The imperative' T ami Miss Olive McCormici; were duty of the people of Canada today I t!ief attractions and they more than in regard to the war is its continued I m�J ^ expectations of the audience, and vigorous prosecution: , U h,as already resulted In the slgn- (1) By conferring with the British !of a new conract for next year, government for the purpose of de- jtnlls assuring the Chautauqua as a finitely ascertaining the scope and ', visltor to Fernie. -i------� �u- ...,ir,q thnf erin I Two of the outstanding features of series of entertain- character of the services that can . best be rendered by Canada in the Uhe Chautauqua ucai / 'ments, are those rendered by two conduct of the war. (2) By the maintenance, In unimpaired strength at the front, of our fighting forces, and the taking of all steps necessary to secuns required reinforcements for this pur-poae. (3) By organizing the production of our other contributions to the war, such as food, munitions and other war necessities) upon lines of freater efficiency. (4) By the complete extinction of profiteering In all business having to do with munitions and the necessaries of life, if necessary, by the nationalization of these industries, or by the adaptation of the British system of control of controlled establishments. (5) By the recovery for the public treasury of undue profits obtained ince the beginning of the war by the exploitation of the Interest* of the people for the present requirements of the state. (6) By the application of a combined system of sharply graduated taxation upon incomes and excess profits which shall Insure that very citizen shall bear his or her full share of the war burden according to his or her means. (7) By thoroughly organizing the nation and carrying out this program by whatever means may be necessary for Its accomplishment. "Resolved, that this convention places on record its admiration for the life and work of tho greatest of all Canadians, Right Hon. Sir Wilfrid Laurler and of his earnest endeavor to carry out his duty as he sees It in the interests of all Canada, respecting our part in this . world struggle. "Wo express the hope thai his undoubted ability, his long -nee, hla matchless statesmanship, may be utilized in reuniting the peopla of Canada in this great crisis no) 4ha, aveoessful prosecution of tha war arid the carrying out of the ladles, both along the lines of lilus trated talks and lectures. Perhaps j it is no disparagement of Miss Fisk to say that the lecture of Miss Ada L. Ward took her audience more completely captive than did the New England strictly artistic effort. After tho splendid entertainment 1 yesterday afternoon, a reception was j tendered to Miss Ward, Miss McCor- j mick and others of the company at ': tho home of Mr.' A. I. Fisher. More ' than half a hundred ladies were present, tea, lemonade and cake were served and those present were favored by a short, heart-to-heart talk by Miss Ward. This morning the Chautauquans, who were due to leave for Cranbrook, including Miss Ward wid Miss Mc-Cormlck, were driven to Elko over the magnificent road in motor cars, citizens of Fernie vieing with each other for tho priviligo of adding to tho ploasure of their entertaining friends. Mr. Labadie, who was one of tho party, returning to town to fill his engagement, declared it one of the grandest drivos to he found on the American continent. Opening of Agricultural School at Claresholm The Provincial Agricultural School, Clares-holm, will RE-OPEN on TUESDAY, OCT. 30,1917 Courses are offered In Practical Agriculture and Household Science. No entrance examination required. The course Is absolutely free. The Minimum age for admission for boys is fifteen and for girls sixteen. Prospective students should apply at once. FOR CALENDAR AND FURTHER PARTICULARS CATE WITH HONORABLE DUNCAN MARSHALL, Minister of Agriculture, Edmonton OR W. J. STEPHEN, B.A., 8.S.A., PRINCIPAL SCHOOL OF AGRICULTURE, CLARESHOLM. I.W.W.'S ACTIVE IN THE CANADIAN HARVEST FIELDS Winnipeg. Au�. 15. - Six arrests have been made in western Canada ot members of the Industrial Workers of the World for attempting to croato agitation in tho harvest fields. They have also been active in encouraging their fellows to cross from iho United States to work in Canada. The immigration authorities announce that every member of tin Industrial Workers of tho World attempting to enter this country from tho United States will bo turned back. The bIx men untinr arrest will bo tried for attempting to create public disorder. STEWARDS Stewards capable of looking after Messing Arrangements oiBcers and small ships company are wanted for service during the war on the ships now being commissioned for Canadian u: Naval Patrols Applicants must be British subjects of 20 to 50 years. Wages $1.50 � day and %j3M separation. Free food, lodgings and kit. BOY STEWARDS under 18 will also be required. Pay, 50c. a day. Nearest Naval Recruiting Office, or to the Department of the Naval Service, Ottawa. ^Department of Naval Service, OTTAWA. STAUDE-MAK -A-TRACT0R Four Horses for the Price of One $295 and a Ford IN GOOD CONDITION MAKES A GUARANTEED FARM TRACTOR WHICH WILL TAKE THE PLACE OF FOUR 1600-LB. HORSES 24 HOURS PER DAY. WILL NOT HARM YOUR FORD. IF YOUR AGENT DOES NOT HANDLE THEM, WRITE OR PHONE TO, Staude-Mak-a-Tractor Sales Co. Limited 304 ELEVENTH AVT. EAST, .CALGARY, OR John Bass, Chin, Alberta (200 ON HAND AT CALGARY NOW) It's The Stropped Blade That Gives The Perfect Shave How about your morning shavo ? Does your razor strop the bladu' for you, giving you a cool, clean shave day after day ? Can you clean and dry your Safety Razor without taking it to pieces-without erven removing the blade ? These advantages are only possible with the AutoStrop Razor. The stropping of the blade is not only necessary, from the standpoint of economy, but is the only way a "real" shave can be had. The AutoStrop can be used unstropped the same as the ordinary Our Unusual Offer- Borrow an AutoStrop Razor and try it Pay nothing-deposit nothing. Decido upon its purchaso after you have compared its wonderful bL'lo service and smooth-shaving quality with other razors you have used or are using. Take it homo and shave with it as freely as if you'had purciiased ii outright. Your dealer will lend it to you for that purpose. Then como to a decision whether you will keep it or return it. We authorize dealers to loan tho AutoStrop Razor on 30 days' trial and we stand back of the ofler. AutoStrop Safety Razor Co., Ltd. TORONTO M-t.1T ;