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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - July 21, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta 3 f*AGE POUR THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY^ HERALD SATURDAY, JULY 21. 1JM7 *?tbbri*ae Dcra^ /s �-- 1 DAILY AND WEEK LY rf --- ' Subscription Rates: Dally, delivered, per week......10 Daily, delivered per year ......$5.00 Daily, by mall, per year.........$4-00 .Weekly, Iiy mall, per ynar.....$1.60 vWcclcly, by mail, per year to U.S..$2.00 1252 1224 TELEPHONES Business Offk'c .......... Editorial Office .......... W. A. Buchanan President and Manasius Dtr�"i't.or John Torrani'o - - Business Manager Dates of exjiiry of subscriptions np-pear dally on address label. Acceptance of papers after expiration date is cur authoritv to conlintio scriptlon. fore the war. The country wjll not bo badly off financially. But our part is larger than our Immediate Interests. We mum feed the empire, and to do so wo must make available to (hem every possible bushel. The picture we have painted of actual crop conditions as they prevail today in Southern Alberta Is not pleasant to. contemplate. It is possible inn! the next week may put a new face on crop prospects. We sincerely hope so. Hut we want the people to know the truth as revealed by a careful study of conditions which have been brought about by the past fortnight. the sub- Your King and Country Need Yeu Right Now! THE PROGRESS OF THE WAR . There is nothinc new from the Russia n point of view as regards their attitude in the war, to be obtained from the speech of Herr IWiehnelis, new German chancellor, in the Reichstag ch Thursday. The same familiar talk ! of Germany's innocence in the bring-J in* about of the war, the efficiency of, the army and the effectiveness of the! submarine as the weapon upon which J Germany rests her hopes'of ' victory, all this was repeated for the edification of the world and the satisfaction of the German people. "We can accept victory only as victorious coinbst ants." says the new chancellor, nnd that about sums up the Prussian attitude in the war. r The Germans have gained some success in their counter-offensive against the Russians in Galicia, chiefly owing to fresh defection In the Russian ranks. Their attacks on the western fr,ont. however, have been checked by the French. TEMPEST IN TEAPOT IN GERMAN AFFAIRS. It will be unwise if the people of the allied nations put too much dependence of (hi? reports of turmoil In Berlin political affairs. While it is evident that the removal of Von Hethmann-Hollweg was the means taken to satisfy the popular clamor ! in Germany for a more responsible form of government, it is quite evident that the military party Is quite as firmly seated in the saddle as ever, and it will take more than mere clamor to bring about the fall of the Hohenzollerns and the freeing of the German people from the chains which enslave them. The Chicago Post in a recent editorial, sums up the German political j situation very succinctly when it � :says: j It is a teapot tempest, not a eye-, lone, that has been raging in Berlin OUTOFBOfcNWi / PrAtf''......... ^ mm .. fi f .-f\  N � SERVE THEM AS MEAT INSTEAD. YOU WILL GET THREE TIMES THE FOQl>^ VIAE FOR THE SAME COST. AX I) YOUR ~H~EALTII WILL BE BETTER FOR IT. FRUIT DISPATCH COMPANY BANANA PUDDING Slice two Bananas thin and sprinkle sugar over them, letting them stand two or three hours until they Decomo saturated with their syrup. Make a custard of one quart of milk heated to boiling point, to which add four eggs beaten with four tablespoons of sugar and ono tablespoon corn starch. Turn the custard over the Bananas and frost with the white of two eggs beaten with sugar and brown lightly In the oven. Serve cold. GEO. KERR & CO. McKILLOP & CO. THE GOOD CO. HUDSON BAY CO. L. C. TEEPLE. E. L. JARVIS. A. E. KINNEAR C. S. RICHMOND E. J. TICKNER R. B. DONAtDSON J. ROUNDTREE J. & A. JOHNSTON SUPINA MERCANTILE CO ORDER FROM YOUR DEALER A. M. RITCHIE KING GEORGE ...... R. B. MORDEN VICTORIA ........ LEE WONG ' ' MAPLE LEAF ...... BING WO SEATON'S ...... QUONG SAM T. E. KEITH'S ...... E. FIA CLUB CAFE SIMON SWEDISH COMMERCIAL CAFE M. VASELENAK ALBERTA BUFFET JOE PISCO CHARLIE LOO PALACE CONFECTIONERY B. C. CAFE OLYMPIA CONFECTIONER'.' �' CECIL CAFE LETHBRIDGE KANDY JNO. ROKOVEI KITCHEN HENDERSON LAKE,PAVILION Lethbridge Mercantile Co., Ltd.. Jobbers I When Yon Market Consider Your Less Fortunate Neighbor. "Every citizen who uses more in his household than his household actually needV is,increasing the cost of living for those les� fortunate^ and he is hindering the prosecution of the war." - ' Sir IThomas IVfilte, SKCinisler of Finance. THE well-to-do woman who sits at her phone and orders provisions lavishly, regardless of price, is abusing the power of money as a bully abuses brute strength I No longer can we help'ourselves as we see fit from an unlimited food supply--we are either limiting our buying to our own real needs or "hogging" someone else's thajre. . " Extravagant buying by -those who can afford it, with waste in some kitchens, and excess at, some tables, will inevitably bring still greater hardships to those who cannot afford the prices, ana hunger, to those who must live on less. Buy for your household as carenilly and economically as your husband .buys for nis factory, store or office. Study food values ns well at prices- make" it a point to know., just what you are getting-eliminate waste-and you'll find that ybu can feed your family well on far less than you spend now. Invest the saving in Canadian War Savings Certificates and you will be doubling your service to the nation. War Sayings Certificates,'are issued in denominations of $25, $50 and $100, to be repaid in three years at full face value. They coA $21.50, $43 and $86 respectively, at all1 Money Order Post Offices arid Banks, thut yielding,over 5% Interest. The Natibiiail Service Board of Canada, OTTAWA. i ;