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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - July 17, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOUR THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD TUESDAY, JULY 17, 19t7, Hlbcrta XetblniDs;, 3AILY AND WEEKLY ubsorlptlon Rates: Pally, delivered, per tree*......10 Daily, dellrered per year ......t&.OO Dally, by mall, per year____..,...$1.00 Weekly, by mall, per your......$1-60 Weekly, by mail per year to U.S..*^.O0 TELEPHONES Business Offlco ..............� Editorial OHlce................ 122� W. A. Buchanan President nnd Managing Director John Torrance -  Business Manager Dates of expiry of aussonptians appear daily on address label Accept-enco of papers alter expiration date U our authority to continue the nb-�crlptioo. Your King and Country Need You Right Nowl THE PROGRESS PF THE WAR Chancellor Hollwet/s retirement In Germany, forced oot by the Crown Prince, la proof that tho reactionaries bare triumphed in the meanttmo nnd that militarism will have greater tray than ever. Some men sco in 'hta more ot bringing in the Crown Prince, an intention on the Kaiser's part to abdicate, and an endeavor to �addle the Crown Prince "with the responsibility ot pulling; Germany out of the mess of war from which she oan a>ewr emerge victorious. The great interest In the war Is fence more transferred from the west Is the east trout, where ft Is stated the entire front from Riga to Rumania, is one long line of battle. The Germans {tare already commenced the withdrawal of troops from the -western front to stem the Russian advance, hitherto unsuccessfully met. This ad-ranoe I* assuming alarming' proportions and the Teutons are now coasting every effort to meet It. BOULEVARD* AM IN MEED OF ATTENTION. We do not mention it in the belief that the city commissioners have not noticed the fact, but In the hope that they can devise some means for securing more water fox the boulevards In this dry season. In many parts ot the city the boulevards are well nigh ruined for the season. Only special care for a week or two will bring them through. The explanation ot the commissioners is that the pumping plant is working almost to capacity for other needs, nnd that . if the boulevards were given all tho water they need, the pressure in the water mains would be Inadequate. This may be true, but we hope that something can be done to remedy the situation. More boulevards could be watered at night. It Is understood that labor Is short and that men cannot be secured to look after the work. But cannot some special effort be made along this line? The people of Lethbridge appreciate their boulevard system, and we are �ure that they woutd not criticize a little extr* expense to meet the �n-msual conditions. heartily behind the scheme advanced by the fair association of Magrath, aided by the Raymond association, to hold a Stampede, here next month for tho purpose of putting tbe Ma/jrnth Agricultural society on Its foot flnan-1 dally. Lethbrldgo cannot do too much for these two towns. They look nowhere elro In their business relations. Lethbridgo is "our rity" to them, nnd by aiding them in (heir Stampede scheme wo help to couiont tholr friendship. The plan has another phase: It Bocms assured that the proposal to hold a district fair next year will be successful. Iu counection with the big exhibition it Is proposed to make a Stampede take tho plaro of many of fhe high-priced vaudeville attractions which in termor years wore booked for the amusement of tho crowd. If the peoplo of Lcthbridpe and the south country can make a success ot tho Stampede here next week, they witl do much to perfect tho machinery for the attractions next year. There Is a certain amount of brutality connected with some Stampede events which does not appeal to many people. That feature will be eliminated as much as possible. But the real, old wild west stuff has a strong appeal to most people still. It is a good thing; to keep it alive. Calgary, which has always paid high for vaudeville attractions for its fair, has about decided that it will attempt something In the way of ft Stampede In connection with its fair next year. Lethbridge- has already made that decision and the practice we will get next month will come in handy. Lethbridge is out to do its share to make the event tho success of the city's history. TVhile oar hotel accommodations are not so extensive ns we would like, we can all remember how we cared for the monster dry farming congress crowd in 1912. TVs can do better now if we go about it. And if we do our share we are sure that the people of Magrath and Raymond will do theirs. Tew York city. Tho parade which will bo for tho purpose of stimulating tho recruiting of British subjects for tho British army, wlil be that ot a detail of 11 offlcors and 169 men of tho 4Sth regiment of Canadian Highlanders, headed by their own braBB and pipo band, Tho kilted fighters, In command of Lieut.-Col. C. W. Darling, will arrive this morning from Toronto. They will be mot by a detail of tho 71st regiment Tho officers will remain during the week at the Blltmoro Ho(el, upon Invitation of the management. C. A. MAGRATH IS ACTIVE IN EAST Halifax, July 16.-Tho conforonco ot Nova Scotia coal operators with the Dominion Fuel Controller, C. A. Magrnth, was concluded on Saturday. Tho general results of tho meetings, at which tho wholo situation as affecting conl output, tonnago nnd prices was exhaustively discussed, aro that tho pptirntora have obligatod themselves to supply their regular customers In the marltlmo provinces and Newfoundland, and have undertaken that there shall bo no increase in the maximum prices of coal at the. mlnos, now ranging from $4.!>0 to ?D.0O, With reference to the hard oonl situation, tho fuo! controller announces his Intention to further investigate, with n view to affording rollof If possfblo. High freight rates nnd uncertainty of water transportation aro aald to be tho chief reasons for tho high prices. Mr. Magrath had associated with him In tho conference Joseph G. S. Hudson of tho mines department, Ottawa; Hon. R. G. Boasloy, representing the Nova Scotia government, and James H. II. Prink, representing tho government of New Brunswick. Ing the St Lawrence at Three Rivera on the ferry boat Progress, was hissed and threatened by some 180 pass-engera* Traction Engine REPAIRS We are well equipped to handle all kinds of repair work on either steam or gas tratto**. Only high data work tasw* our shop, and we wlH quota you prices that at* right. NTVEN BROS, JHS Firs* Are. %, PhwM 17U WAS HISSED. Quebec, July 1C.-News, guaranteed as to its authenticity, comos from Three Rivers, that yesterdny evening the Hon. P. E. Blondln, while cross- MIL INSURE NOW You cannot afford to gamble. We have always rtoslved fair aettlementa promptly from the company we are representing. Alberta Securities Balmoral Block Lsthbridge I Firs entailing an estimated loss of J175.000 and which throws 150 employees out of work, totally destroyed the three story building and its contents of the Strathroy Can-, , nitlS company, Strathrov. Ont., The as easy to them as killing defenceless i company is a branch of the Domin- women and children. More attractions at Henderson Park-if everybody urged ft, the city would do something to meet the demand Ion Canning company of Hamilton. Queen's Tniversity has received from their Excellencies the Duke and Duchess of Devonshire a hand-. some silver medal, to be awarded to We can't got anything by sit-; the candidate taking the highest ting quietly by hoping it will happen. Lethbridge wants no hold-up prices during the Stampede here next month. Medicine Hat's name is mud with' many people owing to the fictitious prices charged there. Let us avoid the stamina. standing in the Faculty of Education the medal was awarded to. Miss Kathleen Rose. B.A., of Gait," Ont, who took pulte a distinguished course in the Faculty last session. This medal has been awarded in lieu of the University medal, to which Miss Rose would have been entitled. AUCTION SALE OF CATTLE AND HORSES At the Lethbridge Sale and Feed Barn, July 21st, (if Wagons and Buggies and Harness, Double and Single. ONE O'CLOCK SHARP HORSES-1 matched grey team; 1 mare and 1 gelding, 5 yrs old; 1 bay gelding, 6 yra old; ; 1bay mare; 6 yrs. old; 1 matched team of bay geldings, 7 and 3 years old; 10 mares and geldings from 6 to 8 years old; 1 grey gelding, broke single and double; ;1 bay gelding, rising 4 years old; 1 roan saddle horse, broke single or double. CATTLE-2 cows with calves at foot, 3 months old; 3 cows due to be fresh shortly; 1 heifer, rising 3 yc; s old; 5 steers rising 3 years old.;! 3 steer*, rising 2 year* old; 2 helfero, rising 2 years old. " IMPLEMENTS 1 heavy team dray, 7 ton, nearly new; 1 delivery wagon, nearly now, single; 1 team delivery wagon, nearly new; 1 single delivery dray; 4 sets of double team harness; 3 single buggies; 2 seta of double team harness; 2 set* single harness; driving harness. This stock must be sold as the proprietor ha* sold hi* farm. SECURITY s SAFETY s SERVICE FarmersFire& Hail Insurance Co I* 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 ue the service we are entitled to and to keep our money at home. Secure your hall protection early by obtaining a policy In The Farmers Fire & Hail Insurance Co. HEAD OFFICE, ALBERTA BLOCK, LETHBRIDGE "Do Business In Your Own Crowd." SECURITY s SAFETY SERVICE TERMS CASH J. A. SMITH, Auctioneer ran THE AMALGAMATED There is no use in denying that many parts of Southern Alberta are In need of rain and that this is mighty j hot weather. But there aro more i parts ot the south where tho crops are making wonderful growth, so that \ the day of the calamity howler is not yet at hand. FAIR PLAN. Nothing seems surer titan that t>thbrldge, Raymond and Magrath fw-m join 'together next, year in a mon-ater combined fair. Nothing ehoald be more plesalog. In this plan, Lethbridge has no Idea jsrhatever of "hogging" �h& fab- business. Our one idea is to have a fair In Lethbridge that will be of some benefit to the farmers ot Southern Alberta. That is the first aim of a fair. Lethbridge might hold a good fair without the aid of the outside towns. But with the buildings we Jiavo and with our grounds, we can Bold an Imm'easureably better fair with their co-operation. We can hold It fair here that wfll bo an education to our farmers, who, now that prosperity has set in, have the money to buy livestock and engage in the most approved methods of farming. We can hold a fair that will do credit to Southern Alberta, and it will have to be a good one to do that. It takes a crowd to make a fair a euccess. There murt be popular Interest. If an amalgamation of Interests is secured, so that Magrath and Raymond are just as much interested In tho buccoss of the event as we are, just so much surer are we of success. Secretary McNicol of the local fair board, tried hard four years ago to make the amalgamation scheme a success. The time was not ripe then. We still thought that tho email talrn and many ot them were the best. We bave found out differently. Financial distress has too many times been tho result. With this experience and the tart we have mad* now towards a district fair representative ot South rn Alberta there should he no other thought hut success. L*t us work to �btct end. This year Is going to gire many more concrete example** ot the benefits of good farming. The stubble crop was a gamble from the first and > the farmer who staked his all on It > need not* be disappointed if he loses, i Summerfallow is just as important ae it was in 1914 when everybody was, preaching it There seems to he some needless worrying about crop conditions, j While the district as a whole is not \ as good as last year, nevertheless \ th^re will he far from a total crop j failure. In many parts the outlook is; | Just as good as it was last year at i this time. Rain for a week would be welcome of course, but there is no' room tor the calamity howler for somo time yat Magrath and Raymond are just as much interested in tho city of Leth-hrUge aa we are. That's the spirit ws like-to see. But let the people of Lethbridge remember that we should be greatly Interested in Magrath and Raymond and the other towns of the district. They are our customerH, and ma such are entitled to our utmost oourtesy. [EVERYONE OCT BEHIND, pTHt STAMPEDE. ^ jLatkbridga has done well to fall so STILL 8AME MASTERS Porta, July 18.-The Paris prws hallH the resignation ot Dr. Von Both-mann-HollweK from the German chancellorship with varying degrees of sat-isf&ctlon. Somo of the comment Is in a jubilant tone, while other editors treat the event wyberly, All are agreed that It indicates a crista in Germany ot unprecedents importance. Tho phrase "scrap of paper" fre-quaiitly crops out la the comment and some of the journals trace the chancellor^ downfall to that early-ln-the-war utterance of his. Tho Petit Parisian saysr "Though the chancellor changes, tho German masters remain tho same. It is they who desired the war, to satisfy their appetite for universal domination." ANANAS FRUIT DISPATCH COMPANY And How to Buy Them BANANAS should be eaten ripe. When green they are difficult to digest and of little food value. They are at their best when dark spots begin to appear on the skin, and while the fruit Is still firm. See that your Bananas are thoroughly ripe. You will like them better, and will be getting better value for your money. HAIL INSURANCE In selecting a Company to place your Hall Insurance with, there are two Important thing* to consider. First, the financial responsibility of the Company; second, their reputation for prompt and satisfactory adjustment*. Such an investigation will show the BRITISH CROWN as a leader. Don't take a chance. Let u� place It In thw British Crown. R* V. Gibbons & Co. PHONE 1191 BALMORAL BLOCK Insurance Now I* the time to place your hall Insurance. It will cost you no less one month hence. Your crop this year will undoubtedly be the most valuable you have ever railed, therefore, you should take no chance*. Select a reliable company. Our company ha* bean doing business for over eighty year* and is thoroughly reliable. 8EE US NOW Wilson & Skeith GENERAL INSURANCE Office: Ground Floor, Sherlock Bldg. Phone 1343.-Pollcle* Issued In our office giving immediate covering. If necessary we can cover you by phone. Included In the Assets ot Our Company are Dominion War Loan Debenture* - $130,000.00 �, TRY BANLfNA WHIP Press the pulp of three Bananas through a rlcer, vegetable prcas, or sieve; cook with one-third of a cup of sugar and a tablotpoonfut of lemon juice until scaldad; cool and flavor wltn a few drops of vanilla; add nlso a few grains of salt. Then beat gradually into a cup of double cream beaten solid. 6et aside to become chilled, then serve plied high In small glasses with a sprinkling of fine chopped pistachio nuts on the top. Line the glasses before filling with slices of Bananas. This makes a particularly good Charlotte Russe filling. (NOTE-If preferred', you may uie the whites of two eggs instead of the cream. It then may be used Instead of cream on Jello and similar de 88erto.) ORDER FROM YOUR DEALER GEO. KERR fi. CO. H'.cKILl-OP & CO. THE GOOD CO. HUDSON BAY CO. L. C. TEEPLE. E. L. JARVIS. A. E. KINNEAR C. 8. RICHMOND E. J. TICKNER R. B. DONAuOSON J. ROUNDTREE J. & A. JOHNSTON 6UPINA MERCANTILE CO. A. M. RITCHIE R. B. MORDEN LEE WONG BING WO QUONQ 8AM E. FIA SIMON 8WEDI8H M. VASELENAK JOE PISCO PALACE CONFECTIONERY OLYMPIA CONFECTIONERY LETHBRIDGE KANOY KITCHEN '..in ITU. ' KING GEORGE VICTORIA MAPLE LEAF BEATON'S T. E. KEITH'S CLUB CAFE COMMERCIAL cAFE ALBERTA BUFFET CHARLIE LOO B. C. CAFE CECIL CAFE JNO. ROKOVEI HENDERSON LAKE PAVILION Lethbridge Mercantile Co., Ltd., Jobbers AT THE LETHBRIDGE STOCK YARDS On Saturday. July 21st AT ONE O'CLOCK CATTLE COMPRI8INQ 160 2-year old heifers, due to calve soon. 75 2-yuar old steers. 75 3-yoar old steers. 50 Cowo with calves at foot. 25 yearling steers. 25 Yearling heifers. 3 White face bulls. Thic stock Is well bred Durham and Whits Face and Is in good shape and must be sold. Don't miss this sale If you can use any of the above cattle. TERM8 CA8H ' G. P. DEARDORFF, L. J. NICHOLSON, Auctioneer*. RED LINE CAR OR TAXI TO SALE.-REMEMBER THE DATE. ;