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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 20, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE TEN JULY 1018 Further Advance by French ad VafleM by the French in the field tH4 flwrman offensive both Berth arid sdirth of the Marne ore i Sdnh tht Mama the French tiMn Bo Oe Mlsy and Port Ablaon on the North of the the French tha town of after ftghtlng and moved forward weat of ITALIAN VICTORY July troops have wrested from the Austrlans Monte Stabel and completely re occupied Cornodl Cabento In the Adetello region on the mountain Extend Line July troops on the SoJssons front have extended their advance from Monte De south west of the city of a town southeast The number of German prisoners taken In the FrancoAmerican often As Good As the Day I Got It Twelve Years THAT was the remark of a patient who came In to pay iis a friendly rail We asked to look at the Bridge we made for him twelve years There It sound and ser a little worn of but to all purposes as good as the day lie got with years of service still Thats the kind of work we turn Nat urally we have no hesitation In guaran teeing Just as we have all confidence when we Dentistry As We Practise It Is a Gentle Art Richards Nelson High Grade American Dentistry JWNE363 4 Doors from Lethbridge ALBERTA CALGARY EIGHTH AVENUE EDMONTON OFFICERS CRlSTALL Most Economical We ever Afcoat like the DaWiousie City provides one of the esttestsja white lead ccn be subjected because it is in a moistureladen The tetter reproduced below is conclusive evidence of the superiortcovering capacity of s BRANDRAMS GENUINE WHITE LEAD In former years the Catharines and Toronto used a ton of ordinary white lead to cover the Steamer Dalhoasie This year they used Brandrams with the result that only was The other qualities of this white Jead are equally In brilliance and in It is It fills the and makes a tpush elaatu film that wiil not crack or peel either In warm weatlier cr in Though aligbtly higher in jnice it is more Do not for Bnndrams on Equally worth insistini on art cur brands of Shintle and Woatt A uniformly hick gualily runt throushou the entiri PRANPRAMMENDEPSON TMONTO WIMH I TAYLOR HARDWARE 310 Fifth Streat I sive now has reached On the Rheims he French forces advanced for a distance of one thousand betweoh Soulnh and The French also made slight progress ffench advanced oil ago of one on 20mile frontbe tween noon yesterday and 9 oclock last night fttPULSI July M on tha front south of the auffared a repulie by tha French and am rttfeatlng north ward across the Rautera correspondent at head quarters telegraph this after New French Line July French line has not been advanced much farther toward bill the front Is now very close to the main road opposite Ville six mites south of Vllle M0ntoire is an Im portant centrefor the present of Ger man The French line now passes through nditu of Front and SOLDIERS O ATMST1PEDE Through the courtesy of the man aging board of the Southern Alberta Fair and Stampede the Soldiers of the Soil movement has been given place on Qie fair On Thursday morning July commencing at 11 competi tions of the following character have been It was thought that as this is citizens clay that many of the parents of tho city would like to see how their nous com pare wtlh their country cousins in ability and knowledge in the art of The following contests should exemplify this 1 Harnessing and hitching a two horse team to a Lef for the district of Warner will act as judge of this con Leffingwell is a practical horseman and has some very beauti ful horses on his farm near After the contest he will a short demonstration and lecture on the proper way to harness and Digging a post hole a prescrib ed 2 12 and setting a In the first two contests the equip ments will be Pat terson of the Realty Firm of Patter McKinnon and Bell will judge this 3 Getting up at the call of the farmer supposedly at 5 pulling on a pair of Pushing out and saddling a horse and riding once around the show Each contest ant is expected to provide his own saddle ami boys from outside points who cannot take horses in should see McKin Zone 415 3rd who will help you secure Por ter will judge this 4 Getting washed and combed for This contest is supposed to make some real good amusement for the Each contestant is expected to have sufficient machin ery grease on his face and hands to make him look like an uptothemin ute farmer and to make it a fair con District man ager of the Imperial Life and Presi dent of the Rotary who knows a real clean boy when he sees them will judge this The boys may skin providing they provide It vices for removing grease from the providin gthey provide It has not been definitely decided yet as to whether the farmerettes will be employed to administer the lubricant to the sombre faces of the young ag riculturists but at any rate this is looked forward to as being one of the real events of the It is hoped that boy will take advantage of these contests and do bit to demonstrate to the of the south the usefulness of boys as farm The fair board haveagreed to make it worth For every contestant taking part in a July unities reported In the weak Ing today total as compar ed with tha aggregate of reported In the previous These ara divided aa Killed or died of offi 91 1411 wounded or 291 elrimitt RetHtntlal Church School farBoys onrlooUaf jo ictn of MttmUlonI Born prepared for Bojtl Unitary ftml iurol Junior Ayi of t to For jVojjttrfut ajfAv to Fall Term commences September 12 EMPLOY OUR QUICK RELIABLE SERVICE OUR FURNITURE VAN AND AUTO VAN INGRES CAReFUL HANDLING WITH NO JARRINQ OR iCHATCHINC YOUR PIANO OR CHARGES THE McLEAN TRANSFER 313 8IXTH Tho Fetterly Par lors announce that thoy have estab lished a manufacturing department In connection with their business where funeral goods he manufactured on the Material lias heen hronght In from Japan arid the United and this will be manufactured by an expdrt cabinet maker and up Fetterly himself had his early experience In a factory where funeral goods were manufac and he believes he Is now in a position to serve the public much more satisfactorily than oontest the board will put np one dol lar and the aggregate itiuount will be dividedamong the flrst five Here is a chance to earn some real As this is open to all boys in Southern The prizes are likely to be very much worth As an evidence of good faith each contestant entering on contests one and two is requested to send Into McKinnon at Zone 415 3rd one dollar entry fee Which will be given back to every one taking part In the All entries are requested to be in July Free entrance to the Fair grounds has heen obtained for boys on July providing they meet at the pavilion at Henderson Lake not later than and parade through the gates to the ex hibition For further particulars enquire at Zone 415 3rd or Make your entries early to avoid any Zone The Lethbridge Dear looking into statistics in connection with annual amounts of coal consumed in a some what startling of affairs U example the year the lastfor which I have been able procure reliable In that year Canada consumed almost tons of of which than tons was produced in this country while over Ions or 58 per cent imported from the United 1 have failed to discover exactly how the total amount consumed but the chief of the Department of Mines at Ottawa throws some inter esting light on the Referring to the year he says The railways burned tons of bituminous tona were probably required for the pur pose of generating and a large quantity was used for making retort or town heating large buildings and the manufacture of Over tons of Anthracite were burned in domestic and other heating to some were used for Industrial Now in the United States the figures are roundly as follows About 61 per cent of total output for railways and power About 16 per cent for domestic About 13 per cent for the manufac ture of About 4 per cent for About 2 per cent used at About 2 per cent lor steamship About 1 per cent for the manufac ture of coal If we take the American percent ages on the Canadian basis as applied to coke and gas 14 por cent we find over tons used for these so likely we are making an under when we say that twice aa much coal is used in Canada Industrially including railroads as consequently if neces sity arises for restricting the amount of coal we can go more than twothirds of the way towards goal by applying the remedy to including railroads Does any necessity arise if we cannot get the seventeen and onehalt million tons from the United States we shall most certainly have to produce ita equivalent in this unless we can so arrange matters as to produce the same results with a much lower consumption but an additional am ount of tons of coal mined in Canada would nothing like fill the partly because a great part of the Canadian coal does not contain the same number of heat units as the Im ported coal and partly because a lar ger proportion of the heat units In the Canadian Coal is wasted through its less perfect wSten fired in the ordinary Likely tons would be nearer the amount of Canadian coal that would have to be mined every year in addition to the million tons already Canada each your would have to mine about tons of Can she do it Not the most sanguine op timist between Halifax and Victoria would venture to suggest that she can do two thirds of it and many would laugh if you mentioned one Can the Americans supply the million tons A summary of the In formation 1 obtained from personal investigation in the United States Is as follows 1 The possible of alone tun year 2 Aft the RchedtilA of estfmntrdl output hat not bfeon ntujiUalned tho gnartagO will liWlJT bfr twnen anti 3 f ho number of avail able steadily til tha anthracite fieida alone man power wai raduced In in May of Ihla 4j tt war cbntlnuet iiitl df requir ed IfcMe United States aeSofdlnjt to the official will be tons or likely more possible un less a miracle happens In the mean S The United States has looked the facts squarely In the firstly by prohibiting the consumption Of hard coat itt certain territorial Altogether nml the allotment of coal to certain districts realis ing that will not be able to sup ply he full by drawing up a list pf consumers In their several grades of in order that whatever output is obtained ahall go where It fa most Having regard to these facts it looks as though It would be an Impossibility forthe United States to supply us with anything like the amount of rf qulred this year and that next year the chances are well get no American coal at I know perfectly well how the con sumption of coal for industrial use can be cut down from 20 to 40 per while still obtaining the same results but it will take time to ac corrtpllah consequently no time should be lost in commencing Before doing I and many members of the public I have been speaking to are anxious to obtaHt all the Information we can get on the following points 1 Are the figures set out above substantially correct or have I been supplied with figures that are erron eous in any material particular 2 It these facts and figures are correct and the deductions from them what real practical steps are being taken to try and averta situa tion that will shortly amount to a nat ional calamity 3 What government ofllclali or department is taking these steps As this fs a matter of very grave national I am taking the lib erty of requesting the editors of sev eral newspapers in different parts of Every lOc Packer of WILSON S FLY PADS WILL Kill MQRF M If 5 THAN WORTH Or ANY Y 1 CATCHER Clean to Sold by all Grocers and General A SPECIAL Opportunity of getting acquainted with BRAND COFFEE offered vou in our Perfect request will bring it by return CHASE fr SANBORM MONTREAL i i t the Dominion to publish this as predated and gratefully acknowledged well as requesting the fuel controller j by to supply what Information he Tours Any information forwarded to me i 1 JOHN the above address will be deeply ai 801 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