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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 30, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRIDGE- HERALD 'FRIDAY, AUGUST so, fteralb alberta DA! 0 WftKLY. antl ritblWHni Ifttt LtTHIRlDGS I NO COMPANY, (LrillTIO I, rh Soatfi. W. A. Xu'i'iiBC WrMto? OSSe Otttn _ -JJ Dtily, year Daily, bj ......IJ.H fcr per yetr by mall, to of of dally on UteL ieotpfr uet o( b HT iitWlty to tit jub- multiplej. When a dealer found It ne- cessary .to change more than fire cents usuaUy price dltiie. use rut for age but the-ateralea.nuewJwut deigned .to recognize that such a.coln existed.. suit was Ifcat Darned a repu- tation wholly Conditions brought about by the war aro changing all this. Increased prices for common, loir-priced com- modities are forcing retailers and purchaser into a new attitude toward the cent. in article that formerly sold for 10 cents "will sell more readily at cents, say, tbau cents. And the public find? It Increasingly econom- ical to patronize tbose who show a spsAklog acquaiatiittCe- with the OEC- cent piece. It is time to abandon, not for the period of tbo war alone, but for time, the superstition that sose par- ticular virtue lies In the n-jmher five as it applies to American collage, A somewhat general adrance Jn prices of.common articles is necessary, batyy; but merely because an articlo can no looser be sold for five cents Is HP prooli must go to 10 cents. THE PROGRESS OF THE .WAR Tip British have entered and f ass- 'ed the village oE and Iho French are moving- tip on. Toronne, whoso fali is now, imminent. Tin French and American troops arc now engaged la a vigorous offensive north- east of Spissons, to keep pace with Iho allied advance along I ho Somme. The progress of the whole offensive Is most satisfactory, and the antici- pation is-noK jthat .Catnbral can taien this fall without dillicuUj. HOW U. 3. HANDLES '.THE ALIEN ENEMV STRIKER. Ja the States ,tney effective way of'dealiag" Kith alien enemy rhe' behaves 'himseirand vorfcs lie is given amount of freedom. lie refuses 16 wrk and throws down bis tools lying' up Important production by striking, tbe government lakes him In .hand, sends him down to big govern- ment reclamation worts 'and puts him on soldier's pas Florida suggestion along' to UP Program pf Sports Proceeds for (he Taber Hospital {From Our Own CorWpCondenL) Taber, Aug. mine workers ot Rock Springs, Regal, Canada West Mines, together Trith the employees of other operations, bave joined hands with the Taler Hospital in a community morecnont to celebrate La- bor Day, SepL 2nal Taber Athletic Grounds. An excellent program sporls has been arranged, prizes for the ctUfer- by The parade in the Hon. into be a thousand times more effective than the TaciUal- ilnJE Tpcasnres hd has used io arnumber ol Instances coold xite. ent local merchants. morning, by the Miner's i consisting df miner's" local .onions floats, decorated automtvbiles, etc !s expected the'.bssl of its ever -witnessed la Taber. An i the LET THE INVESTfGATJON PROCEED. V t Eyeryoue will be satisfied tecisum of the Board of Railway Coin- to mate effective the old Krrice'lott the Lethbridge division im- ul as Ugatlon of coriditiorfa can be made. If the Investigation can shoir a jrasfe ot coal in run- ling'the .trains, nnfler the old schedule people will be ready to con at the. same time j Ihey WJ..1 want to know "why it is nec- siiarl'ic btfve five trains a day be- Tureen Calgary" 'arid If only iujB trains are necessary on 5 Che Cardslon line. If conservation Is f the real reason for cutting: down our rain-service in the south-it would not ynrlsa to applv a little ol Ihe sara0 5 nedlclne in the north IREATER PRODUCTION SU MM ERF ALLOW U lan't hardly liccesiary any more o .read the farmers o[ Al 't (erta ao> advice on tbe benefits ot uwmrallow mcrfallow 'They j and those who beneflttefl by J he and followed tha proper aethod'ihls'year havfi reason 16 be (hankfol A trip through the country now will shoV rerr markedly tie Uflert between au mmerfal IOTT rropfl and others witn'-att the differ t nee in favor of-the former therefore It would-be jnat aa 1 I in charge of the greater pro- campaign In the West would tbe ol lining far 'jisrs even honjh the acreage ralj be wjmewhat eripcej. Greater 'total yields be ecnrca iram IDC smaller properly ttU A acrMneg, while at the szme time fanner will each .tnmmfr he buiy the land ijni for Tvhlcli -H-orfny msU tutioo is nqx la. urgent neefl of the support otvthV'people of the entire 7 The perfect day if ill be bronght to a elate dance in le "etecinEi ..and-the event B" -hole, is one .-worthy ot IhQ ?upuor f the" people of the entire Tie tommltteeo selected The big flannel mill, owned by Wll- am .Thorborn, of_Aluionle, Ont., ex- embex of parliament, burned down, loss will-be.about Raw silk valued at s carried on the. sieamer Kami am, which arrived st A'ictpria- from panese ports. The shlpmen'Oi; p of bales'. Windsor city 'amount- g (o nt" the. 'request the local Hydro" commission, sold Tho debentures will realize is proposed immedlalelr r settlement an" area-" of res of new- land, in the Bulkey ant! ecaaco valleys eiong .the Grand runk Pacific. Due to EoWiiit top" of fal tieal which the'severfc inter, it is estitnajed tiiat' there Is bushels o! grains .Ontario. John D. Ryan haslteen appointed as- staat secrelary of war anu-uirvduf at Washiagioh, O.C., ms becoming head of the vfhole aero- mllcal section of the- war depart- ent. Otto D. McClung, a native of Vfal- Ont. and accountant for he Studebater Corporation, -Walker- lie, and former member the Mel- ons Bank staff ait' was rowned-at Port Stanley.- A discovery will prove of nn- >ld value. to the allies-has' been made lirty miles, north .of Maple Creek, In deposit of potash ;Eodtam: sulphate nd epsorn salts, .one. which experts .aim consists -61 millions- upon mll- ons of tons of these minerals A. H. Dufresns, assistant chief en- ineer of the .department of public vorks since 1908, has resigned his po- itlon at.Ottawa and assumed ..that of the St- John Dry Dock and ihiptuilding of SL John, N. wliii and Mrs U E, ejre of Ihelr for Prince A bsrtV Sisk. After an enjoyablo ho given .up to rnutlc and game's, ilalu refreahmflnif -rare serTefl m sic followeu then a nujnber snort 'firidrtsfies true given by Bryan, Mr.'WIIlard, Mr. Sirs Willard and Mr all eipresslne'in warmc their tilth rasartl for Mr an and tholr appreciation the great iwrrlces rendered t charch ahd community by. an also tbeir deep fcirret atrtelf depa ture. Alter Jlr. and Mrs. Lynd ha replied In'flltlng u'rhii compa'n JolnM In "AuM Ung Syne and "Blast be. tho lie that blndi 1 bo gathering then came to a do bjj til Ihelr hest wishes f future to the guests of the flLLfD WITH BOQZE Pelrolt, Aus private yac .ie request o the Uniled Stales censor, for circulation In Canada.: (rid- else where. This the tcraporar embargo on'American newspapers an periodicals. r At the menllng of rtbo. council 'o the. board of trauo Brandon, cs Alderman Patmtirs msdo IhS slate went tjiat there are '.ntr'es In pe (ataes In Urandon, and-that-tSe pro will give a yield of bushel abovo. local and 'nske on behalf of tho greater' prorlacflo committee, that.tbo boaW 'trade'ink steps I o assist In'markeifng tie su Plus or falling 16 prbvlfe Ho: age facllitfis. THIS? 1i? PtiEE foi" eyefy riiser of The week in which you buy oiie :ci regular price, and secure another full sized eake aibsolutely jEree by presenting the coupon" appearsLbelow. Every dealer who sells'soap is acting as in this great free bffer. Each will accept the'Cpupon in exchange for "a cake of .Palmolive 'providecl you .buy another cake of Palrholiye at the sairie With all soap selling at war-time gift will be doubly now, while the supply holds out. Tear out the coupon, sign it_and take' it to ryour dealer at oncc._ Don't risk losing your free cake of No need to tell how good Palmolive is. How its smooth, "creamy lather is considered trie greatest_ of all toilet luxuries. 1 Make this your introduction to the luxury you have been 'missing if you don't already use accept "this opportunity to enjoy a cake freeNf you- do. Palmolive con- Nature's greatest cleansing agents the P.alm and Olive Oils prized since history began as the greatest of all toilet luxur- ies, Its delicate Oriental. perfume adds to the plea- sure of its use. Its lasting qualities make 'it' ;the econ- t omy soap. If You Rresent This Coupon T s. s 'i Notice to Jteeiere .Ul Coupon dTrtcttoThe ;