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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 14, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE TWELVE THE LRTHBB1DGE DAILY SATURDAY, JULY 1-1, 1017 3H; and other Glassware can easily be -V kept immao-' olatewith Old Dutch And remember, this cleanser oercr your bands A. Masrtth, .tool controller, (he (reales.l coif- cerr ol', the' fuel controller at the Is .iq set watw-borne :Cuada. At Mbe inototnt.ilellTerles artf dis- tinctly the former years, and unless tliew can be uulli up It Is go- ius :o th'row a heavy load on the rall- Miiys liter on. Mr. MaErath also an- nojm-cS (hit he has amused with Sir 'tonry Drayton. chief railway coui- to undertake to control the coal trflQJporiatiou prublem. Through teim v.-ork ot this sort he anticipates 'Jiat our fuel difficulties will te EolT- Cll. on the cost of fuel to the consumer, Mr. Magratli did not autlclpate tronWe ulUi the coal agen- cies iu Cauada. He expressed coafl- dence that those ensajed Ic that busi- ness .would do the right thing. "We" are in Ihe midst of a period when It is the duty ol eTery man to play the game, do his duty and be fair to Ills fellow men." said grain. "In order, however, that there mzr be DO as to my position 2S fuel controller. I -wish to give the moil posiilro notice tint II there should be at any time any eri- .dence ot eitortton I shall art In no uncertain manner." ARE LOOKING Ifll Scme-GwMi Rural Council PUms Itoid i (FTOtn Our CorrttDuedtltt) Xo'oletcrd, Fridiy ,lhe Indies pf the Keiq fid dla- Iritis nrrtnsed Jied Cross, ijince la Ihe school house Keho. .There was a. good company present as a recull o( the tUorts there handed to funds i-ium of J2S.OD. A short time aso there. WM burloil. it XetherlLeld. Enjlaud, the reiniicc ot Nurse 11. jiflio nurse tUucbcd to the Canadlin.Siiialorluhi, Plr.sscoO, the cafriea th9 From tie churvb. id the cemetery. Nurse HoMiy was'ou dutjr. period aC several" months, and the respect and deration of all thpu' she rarno In copUcti.wLth, D manliow Laclc In Mtd iome of those still'. Plnewocd. aura .'miicji healLhj .It ptoinio put to the boy.the obliga- (Jon of.personal and nallwal "The. propaganda includes an. all round o[ work, lor hoys khown'as the Canadian Standard Ef- ficiency provides for the four fold development. This feature has been most About ten Lhonsand boys in the !eea age all over Canada have, been following this course of a higher stand- ard of life .CHer boys under military age have been brought together dur- ing" the last year In Boys' Work Con- ferences. The-Ideal of an all round, fully developed Ufa lo meet the de-. "mands'whlcb will" be .upon them, hu placed before these hoys. And .ft have become missionaries of this-great movement to oilier boys In their own community. Thus'lhe work.has been carried on and has extended jnto rural commun- acd largest Canadian cities. Surveys of the .boy life have been made, in.Epme places. Other cities arc already engaged In such surveys or are planning them. The Universal pelled Our-bank mahaeert Mr. has Invested In'a GraT'-Dort'-cirTiad" Euenl the week-end In Miss Megeo TrentV'to Mra. the week end rt home. Mr. C. S. vlslling W. A. erf-' the' Tbreahers Supplies Co. Qt-Ca4gkrT, Sras ness, visitor He says that, all alone the line. Sir. York who runs a farm near here, parsed thrpTigh the Tillage on-MprnJij1 ind .spCTt t [cvr hours View farm belonging''lo the :.TCbble FQundallon. He' wms Tery with all" he The .-.Grain here, Mr. walkrnE'jrpuad. wilh a very big smile being the ntw'bap'y :at. his home. The fled Cross workers 6a Satur- day had.another big day with selling Ice cream in the Noble good lot W2.s sold.and the funds beaefitted to a considerable extent. TMs ap- pears to be a very good war to raise Ihe funds necessary 50Od wortt. t The wife ol our. mir.ister.-Mrsl-Les-' has been conlined. (6 r a few e pleased noiv recoverinff.aiijdJjE it again, V'. THe local lodge cliat; nged the NobleCdfii bVaeball teioi'rU' nd the match sht. MIDJ- ot our people went to tbe rcus in ,other day ut the way thatijther-enjoyed them- Ives was not "a patch.. on hapr, ried at thutV initcfc.. Spectators1 ere rolHng on the ground wlui r at Ihe antics whom were men on the 30. The local fot' e fnn of the thkgriod 'ctirta'iniy'lhe! ame will live-loagZ-lni the mindJiioL ose who SHTT' put-iri e faces of "to the r they had ribrth west of Ite rillaga a good deal ej-sler; pull! into town and will bring IhenVln'ai lha "north'end ot Ihe line AwdkewKhanAwakenlngEmpire Know ALASKA TMI Btsigbt'of fjorcte, totem and the land of gold.' drOfarfoa lowing a'rfet, endOT jlow rf Midolftl new-road STUS put befgre the couacll aad all.lhe. Were grren that theTfajrmefs for the opening ol siicli G IET THE ORIGINAL-made from care- i'ully selected southern sweet corn- by a strictly Canadian Company--in their.up-to-date plant; at London, Ontario. ,red; and'; green i substitutes of the t Toastel Corn Flake Crx, "At all good Grocers by all and ere not hard the as very lenlenl'to" e was quite justified'hi allonlngHtie P.'s to hare 6 before he oaed the ,Hoirtt. rlth the scorn at 9 each' and te'am n lo go or the K. .'s decided time to go.hcnie to lit the cow and stopped ,lhe game. is the hope of present lat another game ViU be.put ID ie near fulifre. Jlrs. Hkhardson, of Calgarr, arriv- (J .on Tnesday to paj- a 'short rlalt It'h Mrs. E. Ruhle. rMra. TacXaberry has her mother ;om Carmangay staying with her for trie! visit hla.car a Tnesday afternoon-oa his iray lo .nff where he intends Epending. a Tacailon. M_r. Buchanan. >iso went with him. During a very severe wilid storm 3n Wednesday eTenlne the front-wln- ow of the Canada 'cafe was-bloini D. The stock' Jnalde the cafe, how; ver.-was not damaged. Sledd have been heir, store all painted np this vcek. I JmproveB the' eppurance of oDr "aln street quite a bft. Mr. Popham, the liarons real estate caler was In town look- nc after his 1ntere3ta .here.. H Cropi Good crops In this district are sure ooklng .good. On the Grand View arm of the Noble Foundation, wheat s standing -fully reel iilg.b an-J l.i headlnj iiut well, ,1Vhlle the majority of the wheat IB riot so far advanced as :hat, etlll on every hand there li fllgna hat the harvest will be equal to that of lant year. Between here and Mon- arch (he cropi are also looking good and we are sure that If the Lelh- bririge Hoard of Trade would pay a visit to district some Wednes- day afternoon they would cee a lot that would encourage, (hem in' their efforts lo further Ihb prosperity of Southern Alberta, The alfalfa crop Is belnis cot and promises to be neirl; as good as It was last year. On the land recently bouiht br Mr. C. 3.'Xoble at Ine Cameron Ranch (here It a lot of very good hay acd arrangements have .been .made, to send out some teams and men 10 get It cut for winter feeding. of elevators. In Uiresnlng time this wlil.be'.a great ImproTemeni ib wliot na's been 'the custom in (ha past, The ladies of Cross lad their usual meeting- this week at :h'e home .of Mra. Medu1.. They are now' mctl'laE (he afternoon ED as to gel more.work done. are on.the basfliipf liberty. He'Vaa, final seltTenicnl] ame Ib'be made rransements ;-''bf. the British'.-e.njnlrfl. tilt would-oe ..lound to-he the..only -of comradeship, which basis of. jU'nlpn'iJ ann i'aat basis hE-'waa ure ilicy would'find the solullon of It Is lo be .hoped phrases will iiig In the cars' of the Liuhllc men who .tried in'-, prcvonl tlie seltlenipnt which has made'.Botha and Smut3 sol- kicfV of the ;klng. General Smuts prenches (he true .imperial doctrine, and :hc .Is hlmsolf. the highest of its Tho majority ol-the whites" pt Soijth. Africa tiro not of and fliiebii years -ago they were' cither'open 'or secret en- erales of British Tulc.' Today they are the loyal a great ifeh country', built UP.OU freedom and _fpundallon-5lone3 pf the British empire.. BRITAIN. BUYS NEW SEASON'S WOOL CLIP OF AUSTRALIA Sydney, ihe federal' narttanicut Premier Ituglics announced that the British. govern- ment had purchased the whole of the new seven's wool clip on tho same, terms as last namely, a flat rate of Is 3d per pound, with ah addi- tional 10 per .CenL for lhat. portion Brlllsh glvcrnment dispos- ed 'of. Premier' Hughei also annoubccil tlml tlie of Australia Ihrougli llio submarine aclivity -was very gra'vc, and Indicated that new sleps -.were being taken to slilp'goods from Australia over new routs lo England. At a meeting of the Council of IJie Municipality of Little Bow held at Unrons on Monday there was proenl a dcpulitlon from N'obleford irlct In regard to the propoted new- road Into (hat village from (be north across section 10. A ikeki of tho SMUTS'ON (MPEBIAL, UNITY (Toronto Globe) The pictiireaiiue figure from overseas 'at the Imperial war confer- ence, General Smuts, reached England 'the honon of his b'Mlllanl cam- jafgn'in Easl Africa thick upon him Popularity awaited, him with open anna as a successful apMfer, but there were other reasons why-hejstlrred Ihi Imagination of the. British .people What magic hail converted.Ihlsmli of alien blood, who'fifteen years aftc- was In arms against .Great Into a general, leading a Tlrl tlsh force against :.BrllaIn'i enemies and journeying lo Weatmlnater aR th envoy of a great British r.lale t (esllfy to the unity, ot Ihe Bril.lsh I empire? General Sabnta himself sup-' plied hhe answer. In" 'a serleif of sneech'cs Impressive.for elofinence nnrt stateamanshlp. .There'waa no apology for his role of fifteen Vwra ago. He declared that he Traa right then and Great Britain was wroac; but Croat Britain hail repaired Ihe-wfrfiig' by making .Soulll Afrlca'a free ilounlry. This qyolalhin 'from his speech al Edlnbnrgh, upon recelyifltf the-free- dom of Ihe city, la Illuminating: "As i result of .the policy adopted after Ihe Boer war, .they saw today a nallm thai fought 'against Ihe Bri- tish empire 'wllh 'a vigor and a per- sistence nolilom necn'ln the history of Ihe saw tl today wllh all Us strength for. Ihe common cause. Thai had. been brought about, and could only have.been brought about, by' tlie eplrll of.ljberly which had been the gulfing principle of Dri- lllh history. Sir Hobtrt IcHil tlum thit In ilie dlscnaslons Ihey had had among privately ibont the future of the'Erillfh empire there was no great difference of op' loh betwceri Ihsm, and the reason i simple. They Ihit II wu only on.a basis of '.On compIeteEl autonOTny thii the Brlllsh empire would continue am would become stronger In1 Ihe Intne The'Urlllah empire a ilale 11 was half 4 world. 11 comprised old nations well u ycranier. nillpnt and -all the vast of ntale couldpnly bo In'lhe (u chose Assam Scientists tell us that Asam hi northern" India was the original horne of the Thousands of years ago 'Nature" cliosc the climate and soil of .this favored region as most suit- able for growing tea.. is, therefore, natural tfjat 'hniside of Assam (sec picture) grow the teas which to-day are famous for .their flavor, f ragrance and rich streugtb, ,_ _Jt is of "these1 Assam" skilfully Wended with choice Red Tea consists. It is. this rich'As- 'sara strength 'that users of Red Rose rTca must thank for its splendid ccon-, 'omy for the greater number of cups it yields to the pound, fully one-third 'more than ordinary teas. -To make "certain that these Assam quafitieis aie fully preserved for you we 'put Red Rose ;Tea into dust, odor and air [ii-Mt scaled: packages. Red Rose ypu'lpure; fresh.-and full it, Tljr Paclutfc' of T. H. ESTABROOIS CO., LlMITEC. 9L M" Toronto Wtanjteg cniAirl coffee is n ooty iooJ Re4 RowTM nd jot m ;