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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 18, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOUn THIS LWTHBKIDGE DAILY HEHAI.IJ VUfCSbAY; .K'LY.18. 101C Ibevalb XelbbriDoc, alberta DAILY AND WEEKLY Subscription Rates: Dally, delivered, per week Daily, delivered, per year Daily, by. mail, per year Weekly, by mail, per ycnr "I ,..55.00 TELEPHONES fiusiness Office Editorial Office ..51.00 us: li'24 mniiv from these consldcra- 6116.000. The total number or war S-Britita has done work In providing munitions not only tor its own army, hut the nruiies of all the allies. Hecently Mr. Kollowny, of Iho mu- nitions depnrtinent. made a speech Bedford, in brief outline, some of the manufacturing There lire 47.1 rtlffm'iu munition pmresscs upon which women are now engaged. The women in Franco arc doing wonders in munition making, but our women workers beat the world. Certainly no Britisher, or friend of llritaiu, lias any reason to be ashamed AICKED UP IN SSINGLZZII FOR THE SUSY MAN anil si-ientilic achievements of British uritalu's .part in this war. industry in wiping out the disparity' in stms, ammunition, material and scientific equipment which in the llrst IS months of the war sa Lindsay, Out., gets Canada's new ar- Ger- u scorns lo llc mcky I to stand in with tho Hughes family. Mr. Kelloway's remarks, as herewith published, should be read by all who have been inclined to question the value or extent of Great Britain's con- tributiou to the war: It will bo a hard task after Satur- day's payday experience to convince Lethbridgu merchants that a dry law Elt-Firo Chlof John IClmer, of King- ston, Is dead, used (JO. The Whitby hospital for the IUHUUO 1ms ban formally Twclve-year-old Kloyd Thomas. To- ronto, was struck a shuutlug loco- motive ami died. N. W. Kowell, reached Lon- don in time to hear I'remler'AsiiuUh speak ou tho Irish seUlomtml. W. A. Buchanan John Torrance Managing Director Business Manager j IIr. Kclloway. has never done anything which equals the j is not a good thing tor everybody con- cerned, Toronto candidates ndml' -.1 to 1 school on Principal's certificates u !ber this year. J. J. llonosky, firomi.n on 0. T. H. yard engine at Stratford, hut lately trom llerliu, wna futally Injiirod while ut work lu tho ourly monilug. This year 1S2 tOHchors ot public, Kuparitto schoula are taking the summer course at the Ontario Agricultural College, as compared with 105 last year. Pto. John Uniupbcll ot the ao-Uh Uattalion diod at Camp Bordeit from heat stroke, followiujj tho big, and there were H5 heat j'rostraiioiis through the day. .lames Scott, of Lake City. Minn., is planning a series of disc phono- graph records for use at funerals in remote places. The records will con- tain a funeral oration, a song by a quartette and a prayer. London has been chosen for the site ut a Canadian branch factory of another largo Americ-in industry, the J Dates o( expirv of subscriptions up- work In this Vmmtry in the way of. Tomorrow Lethbridge gets oil New firm ot u s H.uli raim. 1-eur "daily on address label. Accept- industrial organization. During by holtlius the bissest woo! sale, Hyiiro.cicctric power may be used nfacturcre ofsllk gloves. of pinwrs sifter expiration dato is-.past twelve monlhs. eighty arsenals levcl. off in Canada. As a pro mi'iiim! of .refilling I itsr authority to I'ominuc tile sub- been liullt or adapted and. with j Lethbridge district i Ontario uidcel in Ontario. ptc- Arthur Varyard. of the Koyal scription. iihc exception of a very few. are now, i-nn anvihini! i Canadian Dragoons, now at the h.-arv howitzers, bis shells j's willing to SUCK i Ontario License (.'omnilsslcn Koyal Military College. Kingston, explosives. The weekly outpit of jtn Canada. cllt off the license ofl-'red J. Kirscli ot has received word that- his bruthef. Vour King and Coun-.ry need you right now! ROUND THE CIRCLE OF THE WAR cartridges is greater by millions j 'than tin? arsenal output before the! the British using cavalry for Jwar. There is a certain machine Bnn I j tho teal. being produced by the hundred Foril, Out., for Suildiy selling. The Red Lira hoti'l at Xewburg, in France Out., owned and occupied by II. B. Further important success week in a factory ordered, planned ,tna t tno uo.iuan t Fuller, was totally destroyed" by fire land built durin? the past twelve !could never be smashed Danishes into (months, whk-h iiafl never been made j thin air. Nothing seems impossible In Lawrence Kelly of Niagara Falls 1500 yard front, is the phrase by (''Vrimre. Russia "ami Italy have been, rhich the British war offh-fl supplied hy or through Great Britain u v lie operations of the British on Sun-: with many of Uie most important niu-j this war when munition workers fur-j rescueii rjp A, Sansoa. a Ridge street I barber, from death in the whirlpool. PtD. William has awarded the IX C. M. I-IoiiJTrank Cochrane, minister of railways ami canals, has gone down to St. Andrew's N. 13., where he will remain for some time on the advice of'his physicians. Stewart Lamont, for many years closely associated with municipal nf- ames Smith, ono of the oldest busi- England, Germany and' France Agree on one thing, if on no other. They all prohibit the sale of alum baking powders. There must be a good reason for this. It is because alum was found to be un- healthful. Dr. Price's Cream Baking Powder is made of cream of tartar, derived from grapes, a natural food product, and con- tains no alum nor oiher questionable in- gredients. DR. PRICE'S CREAM BAKING POWDER MADE FROM CREAM OF TARTAR DERIVED FROM GRAPES Quiet is reported from the French in enabling the Russians to front over the week-end in spite of-make their great offensive. the reported preparations for German! Contributions tnwards the equip- activitv at Verdun. Xo important ac-Wnt of the Belgian army are con-j tions were recorded on any portion itinuous. There has been altogether. Don't overlook any bets on the water question. tt ifi hard but Germany ,s torced to Ueut. Col. llarwooil. of Edmonton. was has been iransierred from command- ing a battalion to medical training i school in England. A GOOD HOTEL THAT CAN BE RUN WITHOUT A BAR- TWO New and Spacious Sample Rooms Have Been Added 60 Bedrooms Rates, per day UP-TO-DATE ICE CREAM PARLOR AND SODA FOUNTAIN IN CONNECTION. J- DOBBS, Proprietor. The Serbian army has equipped very largely from thf shops of the United Kingdom. "There is as much work on one BRITAIN'S PART !howitzer as for one of our large ex- IN THE WAR press locomotives. The ministry of Enemies of Great Britain have is now producing iS-posud- ers and Iti-pounders.. 4.5-mch and u- :nch, S-inch and 3.2-inch howitzers in a magnificent nearly as much to win this war as its [example of what British engineers can A further Russian contingent has lauded iu France. quently attempted to make people been re-.of claiming successes until the facts Tbe of Howil-d .Johnston, a the so that the whole world j ,aQ formerly of mgursoll. who was knows the truth. Then they 1 Billed in an automobile accident at it. Detroit, were taken to Iiigersoll Nature seems on Southern Alberta with just the kind; Of five lake :or of weather the crops need. On Julyj transatlantic service. Ex-Reeve Samuel nf Wihuot lieve that Great Britain was not doing quantities _-0.-_____ ,ple 0( British engineers can 1st tho crops were backward allies. On the western front, it when well led and organized. good hot weather to alleged that France had made the I Betore vast output could UI, lo the proper stage of colratv for eteli (secured, ll For two weeks very hot j ,vas county clerk an but Tabor had also to bo (weather prevailed, and now we gel a j treasurer. J1IO, Captain Austin U Slanders oil of another two-ln-one crop grow brighter as each day brings harvest; investment Co., Toronto, was dustries in 1914. There are today i tloser. greatest efforts and the most fices. This viewpoint is shattered a recent article from the pen of the trained and mobilized. Over nice general rain when 75 per cent.] very able military expert who writes [men out of engaged in the 0[ the wheat is headed out. Visions] for the New York Times, He History afforded the allies a. which they were constrained to ignore. But war is always the same Jn principle. Invention and science iuay modify tactics, may force a change methods. The principles remain inviolable. In our civil war' the iionth floundered and blundered through three years, just as the allies have done for eighteen months. Utter lack of co-ordination between the army of the west and thai, of the east permitted each to fight heavy engage- ments without regard for the other. The result defeat. But in the last year the north awoke to a realization of its defect. Accordingly, Sherman was sent from Dalton to Atianta, and from Atlanta to the sea. Grant began his "hammering campaign" against Richmond. The j result was that Lee could uot draw on Johnson for aid, and Jolmson could get no help from Lee. Then came the logical surrender at Appomattor. I The allies have learned from er-1 perience tlie lasson that the north j learned fifty years ago. Now there is unison in action, unity of command, a j common purpose, and a concerted of- fensive. The British offensive that launched early Saturday morning Tras the last to begin. England has been harshly criticized in the last two years. And one of the greatest criti- cisms, was that, while France was pouring out her life blood on the fields and biils of Verdun, while the Italians attempting the impossible in Trentino and Istria and. going bank- rupt in the operation, while Russia "going through the throes of evo- j lution in trying to raise a lower civil-1 ization to the level of the higher! civilized Teuton, and suffering un-1 speakable torture in the England, which controlled the seas, j bad nearly two million men on the continent, and all the manufacturing facility of the world at her disposal, was not fighting. "Everybody's fighting but the Bri- was a common expression throughout the entire country. This criticism was entirely unjustified. The i British were to fight when the allied j general staff told them to fight, and j not before. They were ready, the world knew they were'ready, but their part was not theirs alone, but that of their allies. Their offensive had to fit !n with the general scheme. As a result of this waiting, Ger- many, weakened in the west by her relentless attack on Verdun, which has put out ot action at least a third of her available effectives on this front and used up a great part of her ammunition reserve, is called upon lo defend herself against the most ser- ious offensive movement..of the war in the west; is condemned to ah offen- sive" of her ou-n at Verdun, while Russia is driving for keys which, if taken, will unlock to the great num- bers, of the Slav army all the gate- ways to the Teutons' positions in (he eastern theatre. That-wipes out the insinuation very 'effectively and, coming from a neu- tral observer, it can be acOepled as Impartial-judgment. The British navy has. also'been the greatest source rif strength possessed by the allies, .No souiitry -kftows that better-than Ger- x Worth Heeding when that advice refers to habits that directly affect one's health and comfort. Thousands, annoyed by headaches, ncrvoaeRcss, biliousness, sleeplessness, due lo lea or coffee heeded a friendly suggestion to quit both tea and coffee and use Instant Posium This pure food-drink is made of wheat, roasted with a bit of wholesome molasses.1 It has a rich, snappy flavor, fine color and aroma, and it contains no caffeine drug in lea and other harmful ele- ment. Freedom from caffeine gives Nature right of way to rebuild and revitalize the mental and physical forces. There are two forms of Posium: The original Postum Cereal must be boiled; Instant Postum, a soluble form, is made in the cup by adding boiling instantly. Some prefer one, some Ihe they are equally delicious and (he cost per cup is about the same. With most lea or .coffee-drinkers the. change to Postum marks the start to heller health mid grcnlcr comfort "There's a Reason" Grocers everywhere sell Postum. Canadian Postum Coreai Co., Ltd., Windsor, pnt. killed in action. A dollar bill that probably told a tale of high living wan encountered by City Treasurer Corwiu of Pater- son, Nr. J- Tvhile he was making out the city payroll. On its face written: "The last moil FBOST PAGE) MACLEOD July veritable cloud-; burst struck this town and district last night- Besides the heavy rain, i considerable hail fell .doing much i damage in1 town, but so far as can be, learned did little in the country. The 'crops are in good condition, and will be considerably henefitted by last night's rain. TABER Taber, July very heavy rain fell last night, accompanied by wind, ,but no hail fell. The crops in tlie district were never in better condi- tion. There has been no hail to speak of, and all the grain is'coming along in first class shape. NOBLEFORD Nobleford. July warm wea- ther of the past week is responsible for the fine appearance of, crops throughout all the district. Wheat is headed out and flax ;is in bloom. Many of the crops are suffering some- what from want of rain, especially in the eastern portion of the district, the warm winds having dried the land somewhat. Some good crops of sweet clover and alfalfa have.been cut, the yields being heavy. Indications are that the crops generally will be hard- ly so heavy as year. RAYMOND Raymond .July conditions continue very favorable ami the growth has been quite satisfactory during tlie past week. About 15 per cent, of the wheat Is headed out, and this, week will RCR about the entire crop in head. Most bfalie wheat was sown about the same time and will consequently mature .simultaneously. All of the wheat is looking splendidly and the crop promises to duplicate the bumper harvest of last year. "Oats are beginning to head nicely although a little late. AH crops are perhaps a week later than last season, but some well-informed men are predicting that. iil will ripen as last year's j crop because of the rapid growth, 'Haying is in full swing. The farm- ers of Raymond are gathering on'n of the heaviest alfalfa crops in years. WARNER Warner, July rains fell throughout this district last night and (his morning, wlih some hail east of town, which did not do a great deal of damage, H is renortwl that hail did damage In tho. Milk lUver district last night. crops generally throughout this district ore splendid. The wheat is heading out and condi- tions could riot 'hV bettor. m What Makes Him Smile? Why does he smile? Do you know! Each, letter in the word "Smile" means something that customers of the Herald Job Printing Department receive with their orders. For instance S M I L E means PATISFACTION ALWAYS loNEY'S WORTH DEAS TO OFFER 1ETHBRIDGE HERALD WORK WINS PRIZES VERY KIND OF PRINTING DONE To the boy or girl under 16 who sends us the best inter- pretation of the word "SMILE" similar to the above, but having reference to the advantages of advertising in the telling of the benefits a store receives by putting its "store news" before the Herald will give to the second best, and to.the third best, Answers must be addressed, "Advertise and and delivered at the Herald Office by SATURDAY NEX, JULY 22. You Know-SSI ;