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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - July 11, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOUR THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD WEDNESDAY, JULY 11, 1917 SI): ftethbribae Derate Xetbtmt>0e, Blbcrta 3 A I LY AND WEEKLY Subscription Rates: Dal!]', delivered, per week . Dally, delivered per year .. Dally, by mail, per year..... .Weekly, by mail, per year .. Weekly, by mail, per year to U.S..$-.00 .. .10 , ,$5.00 . .$4.00 . .51-50 TELEPHONES Business Office ............... 1.-5- Editorinl Offlco ............... 1"! W. A. Buchanan President and Managing Director John Torranco - - Business Manager popularity of the renort. We hope tint tho city commissioners will take this suggestion In tho spirit lu which it Is wrltton. No malice Is intended. Dates of expiry or sunscriptions ap pear daily on address label. Accept- j unco of papers after expiration date is j our authority to continue tho �ub scription. Your King and Country Need Ycu Right Now! CRITICISM NOT NECESSARILY MALICIOUS. The Herald has remarked before that our city commissioners aro too thiiiskinned where criticism is concerned. We repeat the statement. Mayor Hardie's letter in yesterday's issue in which he charged that malice prompted the statement by Tito Herald that the new American I*aKranco lire engine stalled for several minutes at the subway in a North Lethbridgo tire on Saturday is a very good indication of the manner In which the commissioners meet criticism. In i this particular case it was not editorial criticism. It was a statement of fact as a part of a news story. But Mayor liardie felt himself in duty bound to look for an ulterior motive behind a statement which might or might not be considered reflecting on a city department under his control, and the only conclusion ho could arrive at was that someone was trying to take upfair advantage of him for some underhand purpose. Tho matter is a petty one but it serves to show the attitude of the. commissioners. Whether they think lie King can do <* PICKED UP W<* PASSING *oR TE *vsY MAN THE PROGRESS OF THE WAR Later reports filtering through neutral channels indicate that the dam-ngo done to Krupp's by the big French air raid was much more extensive than even the French took credit for. i along the line that A quarter of the great plant is said ] no wrong" wc do not know, but it to have been destroyed, and many workmen killed. As a result munition work has halted to a considerable extent. It is apparent, that notwithstanding this success, British opinion which has been once more roused over the German attack on London will not this time be so easily allayed. The daring and Impudence exhibited by tho raiders to use the vernacular of the streets "got the goat" of the English people, and the criticism of the government, is bitter. The great Russian offensive continues with ever-increasing success, and Halicz, the key to Lemberg, will fall shortly, and the way to Lember will be open. STILL MORE LIGHT IS NEEDED. People might have been satisfied with Gilmore's explanation of the cost of bread in Lethbridge had not figures been available at the same time to show that the retail price of bread today is 25 per cent, higher in Lethbridge than in Edmonton. The housewife pays $1.00 for 240 ounces of bread in Edmonton. She 'lay* ?1.00 for 192 ounces in Leth-hridge. Why the vast difference? Is it that the price of flour and labor is higher in Lethbridge? If not then the Edmonton bakers must be selling very eioDc i" tUc cczt line. We cannot believe that they are doing business for the fun of the game. Lethbridge's bread prices still need Borne explaining. would appear that way. Commissioner Freeman's sign board at Henderson Park lake is another case in point. We judge that the commissioner thinks The Herald is persecuting him in this -particular matter. As a matter of fact wo are simply pointing out to him the the general attitude of the people of the city in tho hope that a mistako will bo remedied. That is a newspaper's duty. Surely the commissioners recognize that the ratepayers have every bit as much interest in the welfare of the city as they themselves have. If they do they will realize that criticism does not necessarily imply that someone is trying to take undue advantage of them. Take a holiday during the summer. You will work more efficiently as a result. The Golden Fleece-Southern Alberta sheep ranchers have them by the thousands this year. Lieut. Stewart MacCulloch, who was wounded at VImy lildge, has returned to Edmonton. The Toronto Humane society collected $7,000 by tho sale of tags, for tlie carrying on of their work. Frank Waunch, SO years old. of Passaic, N.J., died from the effects ot :i. batted baseball, which struck him in the temple. Twenty-seven sticks of dynamite were found under the western approach to the C.F.K. bridge at l'etor-boro by some boys bathing. Alexander Drummond, a well-to-do and well known farmer in Logan township, near Stratford, died of heart failure while nt work in his field. Hog cholera, due to the feeding ot uncooked city garbage, has caused the death of 50 head of hogs on a pig ranch near Edmonton. The expense? incurred by the Hamilton city council by reason of the war total $7L'l.ftS7. Of this amount ?LM0,-5'Jo has been spent on soldiers' insurance. \ detachment of 100 men of the 4Sth Highlanders regiment, with the brass and pipe bands, is to spend a week in tho United States helping the British recruiting mission. A carrier pigeon tnvned in San Antonio. Texas, arrived home, completing a 1,500 miles trip from Winnipeg, The flight required a total of 245 hours and 42 minutes. Tho Grand Trunk railway has decided to cut down tho period of apprenticeship in their shops at Montreal from four to three years and to increase the boys' wages. William Leggett, 70 years old, a Raleigh, Ont., township farmer, committed suicide by wiring a double barreled shotgun to a hay spreader and then standing in front of the muzzle, pulling the trigger by a string. Customs Officer James Flynn, of Niagara Falls, is advised that his son, Harold, a lieutenant in the Aviation corps, was recently killed in France when making his tirst flight. Flynn was 22 years old and left last April for the front, where he passed one hundred per cent., in tho aviation test. "On agin; off agin," is the fate of China's boy king. He didn't make a howling success of the king job. The Russians seem to keep ham mering steadily away at tho east front. Maybe we'll be able to talk ot the steam roller again soon. French reprisals for German air raids are most pretentious and may help to bring the Huns to a realiza tion of the rights of non-combatants. KIND WORDS FOR LOCAL MEMBER. Kind words for the Dominion mem-l)er from Medicine Hat have appeared in both sections of the press as a result of his stand on conscription. The following appeared in yesterday's Morning Albertan under the caption "An Able Member": Alberta Is well represented In the house of commons by able and istrong members. Dr. Clark is perhaps tho foremost debater In the house of commons, and one of the most forceful speakers in Canada. Frank Oliver is a Btrong man in the house, who takes a position and adheres to it persistently. He is a man of force and etrength. A younger member who is making his mark in Ottawa is AV. A. Buchanan, of Lethbridge, who has come to the front In the present session. He made one of the best speeches during the debate on conscription, a debate which was marked by speeches better than usual In the house. Mr. Buchanan is Does anyone In Alberta know the truth of the farm labor situation? Isn't it about time that It was being made somebody's business. Six week's from now harvest will he starting. Now's the time to be thinking of the labor supply-not then. STILL BATTERING MY AT LENS Eight y-iive olil ftoyk of Upper Canada t'ollego.have fallen sinco tho beginning of the war. 1 It is not improbablo that women may be employed on the Calgary municipal.street railway next year. James and Walter Brown, brothers, of Chatham, 19 and 1? years old, were drowned in a dredge cut on Concession Five. Lieut. Porcy SnwtcII, who before enlisting was a rancher near Cochrane, has died of wounds. He was recently awarded the D.C'.M. Frank Geddes, aged 10 years, son of Constablo Geddes, succumbed to injuries sustained when a cow drag-ed him across two concrete sidewalks. Major Gordon Smith, second in command ot tho Canadian Mounted Rifles depot nt Hamilton, will resume his duties as Indian superintendent at Brantl'ord. A new branch bank building for the Dominion bank to cost ?:S5,000 is to be erected on northeast Yonge street, near the northeast corner of St. Glair, Toronto. Tho death at Kan Claire, Wis., of Dr. .1. W. Nelson, one-time paster of the Westminster church, Regina, and who recently left to take tho Eau Claire charge, took place recently, Tho Chatham board of health is gathering statistics and will consider tho advisability of establishing a tuberculosis sanitarium in Kent county. Jack Stagg, the well known Kingston athlete, has been made a major. He went overseas witli the 59th battalion and was twice wounded. He was awarded the Military Cross last year. The Agricultural Lands, Inc., of Michigan, has been organized with authorized capital of $50,000 of common stock, to operate a wheat farm of 1,000 acres in the Canadian northwest. It is now stated that Principal S. AV. Dyde. of Robertson college, Edmonton, will take charge of Queen's Theological hall, Kingston in November, 191S. The Presbyterian general assembly next June, it is said, will ratify the appointment. The Simplest Way to End a Corn Corres- man in the province. He was for a Bhort time in the Alberta government, but retired in 1910, shortly after he joined It, differing with tho Rutherford government upon the A. & G.AV. affair. He left provincial affairs in 1911. He is a young man yet, and will go further than he has gone. (By Canadian Overseas pondent). Canadian Army Headquarters Franco, July 10.-On this front, an outstanding U10cially around Avion and Lievin BETTER PROTECTION AT HENDERSON LAKE. Monday's sad drowning at Henderson Park lake, luckily the second only since tho park was established, should serve to convince the city commissioners that better protection should be afforded the public which It seeks to attract to the lake as the city's chief resort. How better protection can be afforded we do not know, but an investigation of conditions should show the commissioners the way. It would be possible, as suggested by the coroner's jury, to define dangerous areas. More life saving apparatus readily available might also be supplied. It is true that the city has no money to squander, but where lite la concerned, money is not of such Importance. Th� purpose ot the city Is to mako Henderson lako popular that people may be attracted to It, and tho treat cam benefit. Assurance that MMonable precautions agaiuat drowning' accidents have been taken by |)M ettjr -wlU - serve '/io increase, the in os-operations against Lens are still for the most part an artillery affair. Our infantry patrols penetrato tho area of ruined houses immediately ahead and occasionally blow up a house in which Germans are bclioved to be sheltered, but the greater part. of tho task at tho present falls to the guns. In counter battery operations for the destruction of the enemy's heavy artillery very remarkablo results have recently been obtained by groups of Canadian heavies. AVithin a period of twenty-four hours more than a dozen enemy battery positions wero put out of action. Many direct hits on gun pits were noted anil practically every shell fired was well within 50 yards or an enemy gun, although these guns wero encased four to six miles distant and completely out of sight of the men engaged. The terrorizing effect upon the enemy gun crow of a sudden tornado of shell la very great.^ Even when the guns aro not destroyed the enemy usually changes his gun positions n'tet an attack as a moans of casing the nerves of the gunners. Remarkablo stories aro told of tho exploits of a young aviator from the northern part of Ontario, whoso record will soon equal that ot the lato Captain Ball, tho most famous of recent air fighters. This young Canadian already has won the Military Cross and the D. S. O. It is stated that ho goos after hVs victim as directly as a hawk strikes its prey. There aro very many Canadian aviators in the flight squadrons along this front but tho Canadians as yot havo no distinctive aerial sorvico hero.  - DECIDE now to master your corn forever. Let today's corn be the last. Blue-jay will free you from the most painful corn. Apply one of these soothing plasters tonight. Pain ends. In 48 hours the corn disappears. Only Blue-jay gives this insurance. Paring is temporary. Harsh liquids are dangerous. Millions of corns are ended the Blue-jay way. Most corns require but one application. An occasional stubborn one, two or three. Try the gentle, simple Blue-jay way tonight. You will never be the victim of corns again. BAUER & BLACK, Limited, Toronto, Canada, Makers of Surgical Dreuingt, etc. For Sale by all druggists Blue � jay Stops Pain-Ends Corns laiUntly Quickly Alto Bin:Jay Bunion Plaittr* OF CANADA. Give Your Wife an Interest In the family's financial progress by opening a Joint Account in the Union Bank of Canada, In her name and your own. You will find it a very convenient arrangement, for then either can attend.to the banking when In town, making deposits or withdrawing money. In case of death, the balance automatically goes to the survivor. LETHBRIDGE BRANCH . - . A. F. S. Tatum, Manager CARD3TON BRANCH    - F. V. Cavers, Manager BARONS BRANCH.....J. Blackwood, Manager nocatiso -the U.S. Kovcrnmont has failed to find sufficient evidence, Federal Judge Grubb dismissed tho indictments.against two ot the fifty-one I coal operators on trial for alleged, price fixing. - . Tho plan of the Imperial munition j board for tho construction of an aero-1 drome on Lulu Island litis hocn aban-1 doned and nrillsh Columbia is (here-j fore not to obtain stations for the i training of army aviators. j Pr. Mnrgarot McKollar, for 27 years a medical missionary In India, hns been grunted lcavo of absence by tho forcifrn mission coinmlttoo of tho Presbyterian church to enter tho service of the Hiitish war office Ucciuiho ho found himself unable to affect a reconciliation with his wife, from whom ho hud been separated somo time, John Armstrong. 2S, whose homo is in St. Thomas, swallowed a j quantity of parts green at Windsor: with suicidal intent. ! A man giving his name as Geo. Anderson and address St. Thomas, who was arrested in London on a chnrgo | a store, banned himself in his cell of theft of loss thnn *8 worth from1 by his belt within two hours. $3.00 WHEAT NOW'8 THE TIME TO BUY GOOD FARM LAND. Farmers In Mit) Want -llio past-two yi.ara with prices nt $1.00. and $1.25 per hnshnl have been nayinc for their lands out of one crop. What may they not do with wheat and all farm produce at their present prices? Wo havo some excellent properties belonging to Trust Rstatos under our enro which will appeal to tho farmer and Investor, and which must bo realized upon. SEND FOR LIST. THE STANDARD TRUSTS CO. (Head Office - Wlnnlpcc) Alberta Branch, Maclcod Block, Edmonton, or write to W. A. Davis, Alberta Block, Luthbrldge. INSURE NOW You cannot afford to gamble, Wc have always received fair settlements promptly from the company we are representing. Alberta Securities Balmoral Block Lethbridge SECURITY :: SAFETY SERVICE FarmersFire& Hail Insurance Co Is what you have been waiting for. It Is what we have all been waiting for.-A company owned and controlled by the farmers of Alberta. Organized to give uo the service we are entitled to and to keep our money at home. Secure your hall projection early by obtaining a policy In The Farmers Fire & Hail Insurance Co. HEAD OFFICE, ALBERTA BLOCK, LETHBRIDGE "Do Business In Your Own Crowd." SECURITY u SAFETY SERVICE HAIL INSURANCE Von can't afford to carry your own risk. The companies we represent can afford to carrv it for you. because HAIL INSURANCE is their business. Insure today. n. GALVIX Room 7, McDonald Block Phone 1425. Lethbridge, Alberta HAIL INSURANCE In selecting a Company to place your Hall Insurance with, there are two important things to consider. First, the financial responsibility of the Company; second, their reputation for prompt and satisfactory adjustments. Such an Investigation will shov, the BRITISH CROWN as a leader. Don't take a chance. Let us place it in '-he British Crown. R. V. Gibbons & Co. PHONE 1191 BALMORAL BLOCK OS Traction Engine REPAIRS We are well equipped to handle all kinds of repair work on either steam or gas 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 nsurance Now Is the time to place your hail insurance. It will cost you no Ies3 one month' hence. Your crop this year will undoubtedly be the most valuable you have ever raised, therefore, you should take no chances. Select a reliable company. Our company has been doing business for over eighty years and is thoroutjhly reliable. SEE US NOW Wilson & Skeitli GENERAL INSURANCE Office: Ground Floor, Sherlock Bldg. Phone Y343.-Policies issued in our office giving immediate covering. If necessary we can cover you by phone. Included in the Assets of Our Company arc Dominion War Loan Debentures - $130,000.00 e You Your Country's Partner ? Save and Invest in "Canada Unlimited" "A great struggle still lies before us." ^~ Sir Robert Borden. TO defend your freedom-your family-your right to live secure from intolerable Prussian despotism-Canada is paying a heavy price in blood and treasure. Are you paying your share ? Are you a r^al and active partner in Canada's tremendous effort ? Are you devoting your money as freely as thousands have devoted their live3? This is no time for careless indulgence, but for earnest thrift and systematic saving. Invest every dollar you can spare in Canadian War Savings Certificates. Take an active interest in Canada's stern struggle now, and thus become a worthy partner in her unlimited future after the victory is won. War Savings Certificates are issued in denominations of $25, $50 and $100, to -be repaid in three years at full .face value. They cost $21.50, $43 and $86 respectively, at all Morwy!Order Post Offices and Banks, thus yielding over 5% Interest. Should you need it, you can get your money back nt any time. THE NATIONAL SERVICE BOARD OF CANADA, I t ;