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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 30, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta Maaatim DneMat BnitnMi 4ILIPHONM MlfeMI par wart e atr year by yaar by by to OatM of axplry of faar dally on A of papen data to Mr Minority to continue the IUB THE PROGRESS OF THE WAR Tho British have entered and Cd the village of and the French are moving tip on whoso fall is now The French and American troops are now engaged in a vigorous offensive north east of to keep pace the allied advance along the The progress of the whole offensive la most and the antici pation is now that Cambral can taken this fall without HOW HANDLES THE ALIEN Down in the United States they have an effective way of dealing with the alien enemy If he behaves himself and works he is given amount of But if he refuses to work and throws down his tools tying up important production by tbe government takes him in sends him down to big govern indent reclamation works in Florida puts him on soldiers Hfe pass suggestion along to Its Introducing into Canada wuolld be a thousand times more effective than the vacillat ing measures he has used in a number of instances we could LET THE INVESTIGATION Everyone will be satisfied the lecision of the Board of Railway Com nissionerg to make effective the old the Lethbridge division un lil time as an of conditions can be If the investigation can show a waste of coal and in run lingthe trains under the old schedule Uieir the people will be ready to con iider a But at the same time hey will want to know why it is nec usarirto hdve five trains a day be tween Calgary and Edmonton If only treetrains are necessary on ihe Cardston It conservation is Ihe real reason for cutting down our service in the south it would not o apply a little of the same nedicine in the Whena dealer found It ne cessary to change more than five he nsthnly tfye price tQ a Pifinnle were usefhlfor post age but average merchant ittlfcfeed to recognize that coin the re sult that the seflt earned a repu tation wholly Conditions brought about by the war are changing all Increased prices for lowpriced com modities are forcing retailers and j Into a new attitude toward tho An article that formerly sold for 10 cents will sell moro readily nt 17 than 20 And the public finds it increasingly econom ical to iwtronlae those who show ft speaking acquaintance with the one cent It Is time to not for the period of thn war but for alP the superstition that some par ticular virtue lies in the number five as it applies to American A somewhat general advance in prices of common articles is pto but merely because an article can no longer be sold for five cents is no proof that it must go to 10 IABEHPLANSA CELEBRATION ON LABOR Program pf Sports Proceeds for the Taber Hospital IREATER PRODUCTION KND SUMMERFALLOW It isnt hardly Necessary any more the farmers of Southern Al lerta any advice on the benefits They have learned it and those who have benefitted by he lesson and followed proper nethod this year have reason to he A trip through the country nit now will show very markedly the Ufference between sumtnerfsllow irops and others with all the differ nce in favor of the It would be just as well therefore t thos in charge of the greater pro luction campaign in the West ecognize the value of urging far aers to use their best even hough the acreage may be somewhat Greater total yields will be ecured from the smaller properly till 4 while at the same time he farmer will each be busy reparing the land for next years The result will he greater pro uetion with a lower peak load on the lanpower We do not mean to Intimate by the bove that larger acreages should not e aimed We want the increased hut this should come about up new land rather Un by trying to make all the land QultlVatloh a crop every go about our greater produc next year lutelltgently CINT cent its appearance in two or throe It but that doesnt that ft not going to The bdltves the givlfcf the new WftTls gfvlng tbe cent a new dig it practical usage had to nickel the American unit of Aft article in retail wis a nickel or one of its From Our Own Correspondent mine workers of Rock Canada West together with the employees of other have joined hands with the Taber Hospital in a community movement to celebrate La bdr 2Mat Taber Athletic An excellent program of sports has been prizes for the differ ent contests having been donated by local The parade In the headed by the Miners consisting miners local is expected to be the best of its kind ever witnessed In An admis sion fee of 25c at the gatewill be charged andthe entire proceeds of the day oe turned over to the which insti tution is now in urgent need of the support of people of the entire The a perfect day will be brought to a close with dance in the and the event as a whole is one worthy of the support of the people of the entire Tie committees selectedfrom Min ers Unions andHospital Board are doingtheir bit to the day fin ancial and social appreciat ing thevalue of the Hence least are and Robinson left on Thursday for brother Robinson islying ously ill in the and LI Lynd left on Prince where Lynd jnas apceptecUau important position pnfSilie collegiate of Nbas purchased the home of formerly the Leech and will commence the practice of medi in Taber the beginning cf next Goes to Carmangay who for some time has been a member of the legal firm of Lyons and is removing to Carmangay where he continue the practice of His departure is regretted in as shown himself to be a man oj scholarship culture and and one also who is prepared to do his part in every community On Tuesday evening members of the Mission Band and Christian Endeavor of Knox met in the lecture room of the church and after a short programof and recita tion presented Lynd with a handsome cat glass fern disli in appreciation of the valued services she had rendered both organizations during the past Lynd made fitting reply expressing hope that these two organizations would continue to prosper In the fulure as in the Refreshments were then served and a social hour A very pleasant time was spent on Wednesday evening at the whjm the teachers and officers of Knox Sunday school and the man agers and elders with their wives came together lo spend a social time witli and Lynd on the eye of their departure for Prince Al After an enjoyable hour music and dainty were More mu sic folldwed and then a number of short addresses given by Willard and all expressing in warmest terms their high regard for and Lynd and their of tlia great neirices rendered the cljurch and Community hy and also their deep regret depar Alter end Lynd had replied in fitting terms the company joined In singing Auld jand Blast the tie that binds i The gathering then came to a by all extending their best wishes for this future to guests of the even fliUKD WITH BOOZE private yacht which was found loaded iJQO gallons of vtjhlcu she Uao just brought in from Was seized by federal officers yanter jlay and the liquor The yacht if one of the finest on tho vivor and Is owned by a coatOCtpr said in gov eminent PASSING of has been Ethel of tvas burned to death when her dress caught Beautiful elms at Kingston are alive with which are destroy ing the Orillias tas rate for the year 1018 39 mills on the less 5 per if paid before December The big flannel owned by Wil liam of ex member of burned The loss will be about Raw silk valued at over was carried on the steamer Kanib which arrived Victoriafrom Japanese The shipment up of Windsor city amount ing to isfeued at the request of the local Hydro soljl at The debentures will realize minister of public deputy formally opened the aonren Hon of government boiler inseotors at the bureau of The which will sit all ftls will draw up standards of boiler inspection for tbe Dominion with a to having uniformity In each Eight provinces AttfltiSfr of Ar has been wduMddd tno tfciirth Me a gf itdtate tit Untveraity of Toronto and at one tlmo a member of thestaff of the Toronto Lieutenant George whoso death from Wounds In recent f fighting wail reported a fow days was a former ama teur hookey and football player in Ed A hut valued of Ontario out of the trinket The hut will be for Canadian boys In France andwill be used tor religious and recreation Prtm fords fine new tjungfliow It Hearing completion He Will Move in to It frofa Oldnwoofl by the loth of The Reserve Is still a busy scene of haying north of There have been for the past month nearly a dofcen different big haying oiltflta doing a rnshtng Jon on tBe sheep leases of Jensen Smith and Nielsotu ct besides the hay camps of the three adjoining towns of Leav Hill Spring find The LeaVltt Prtblic School will re open after summer on Wight will again be prln clpal ttW M has the pffeitfol Of taacher on Will tx three Grade X pupils this Esther Wllion Wight It Itor in Lentltt week Archibald and Krh rinm Marker ware Visiting membeti of the Stake High Council ort Sundnj test FLVINO iOAT A big fljrtni boat built In Vancouver to the ordei of the provincial ffoterntnent tor Iti forestry patrol hafc been test ed and delivered and Is now lying in a hangar ready for It If pooled that the aviator who Is to Op erate the machlhe will arrive from Victoria this proposed to open Immediately for settlement an area of acres of new land in the Bulkey anfl Nechaco valleys along the Grand Trunk Due to soiviirg barley on top of fall wheat which suffered from the severe it is estimated that there is bushels of these mixed grains in John Ryan has been appointed as sistant secretary of war anddirector of at thus becoming head of the whole aero nautical section of the war depart Otto a native of Wai and accountant for the Studebaker Walker and former member at the Mol sons Bank staff at was drowned at Port A discovery will prove of un told value to the allies has been made thirty miles north Jlaple in a deposit of potash sodiumsulphate and epsom one which experts claim consists of millions upon mil lions of tons of these assistant chief en gineer of the department of public works since has resigned his po sition at Ottawa and assumed that of manager of the John Dry Dock and Shipbuilding of Buchanan son of Senator of the Royal Air has been awardet the new de coration of the Distinguished Flying the highest honor to beaward ed any Officer of the air service for conduct in action and ranking to the Victoria a Gleichen stated that many of the farmers at Gleichen hnd their wives and daughters On the binders and the boys oat He his applied at military headquarters hut they have no men scoured 9th Avenue in Calgary for men at or even 10 a but the men refused to Inquisitiveness of an employe of the Grand Trunk Railway who applied a lighted match to a pool of alcohol to see if it would was responsible for the conflagration which Wiped out the freight offices and 28 load ed and unloaded cars of the tiompany at with a total loss of The clothing in Austria has now reached enormous fig ure that the government is obliged to extend the privilege of a permit for the purchase of State clothing to middle class Persons with incomes of are how classed with the says the New York infantile mortality is on the decrease in Winnipeg to a most grati fying other records in the vital statistics are not so For the first six months of tins year the number of deaths of persons between the ages of 20 anil 39 showed an increase over the corresponding period of last year of Between 70 and S9 years there is a decrease of Londons lady school teachers may strike as a of the stand taken by them in laying alleged discrimina tion between increases in salaries to men and women teachers before the National Council of The board thought they had been unfairly criticized and demanded the guild to retract broke up in but tljls the giuld refused 4o To reduce the danger of the evi dence recently given before the United States senates subcommittee on air duly published in American newspapers reaching the spe cial editions at me request of the United States published for circulation In Canada and else This explains tbe temporary embargo on American newspapers and At the meeting of tbe council of the board of trade at ex Alderman Patmore mado tho state ment that there are acres In po tatoeH in and that the crop will give u yield of bushels above local and asketl on behalf or the greater production that tbe board trade take steps lo assist in marketing tbe Bur pint or failing to provide Stor age lS is FREE PALMOLIVE for everyuser of this famous The week in which you buy otic calrti ttt the regulsfr and secure another full sized cake absolutely free by presenting the coupon which appears Every dealer who sells soap is acting as out in this great free Each will accept the coupon in exchange for a cake of Palmolive provided you buy another cake of Palmolive at the same With ail soap selling at wartime this gift will be doubly appreciated act while the supply holds Tear put the sign itand take it to your dealer at Dont risk losing your free cake of No need to tell you how good Palmolive How its creamy lather is considered the greatest of all toilet Make this your introduction to the luxury you have been missing if you dont already use accept this opportunity to enjoy a cake free if you Ipalmddive con Natures greatest cleansing agents the Palm and Olive Oils prized since history began as the greatest of all toilet luxur Its delicate Oriental perfume adds to the plea surp of its Its lasjing qualities make it the econ omy If You Present This FREE SOAP COUPON Thlicoupoh will be accepted if pretexted within thirty dlyi M ful payment for ono cuke of Pulmollve Soap when the holder another cuke at the regular price of 15 centa 2 for Only one coupon may be presented by each family Mid thentfBf end addreia of tbe party receiving the free Palmolive Soap mutt be llgned in full to the following 1 hereby certify that 1 have thla daypurohaaed one cake Soap from my dealer and reoelved one oako of Palmolive Notice to Dealers w oowpon only under the following coiulltlom Coupon mutt be returned direct to The Palmolive It mult bear the full name und ad ureas and be aigoed by party receiving the fu lrgm ;