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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - July 23, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE TEX TIIE LETIIBRIDQE DAfLY IIERALD HOOVER TELLS OF EFFOIIISINy.S. Supply Needs of Allies in Pork Alone-Canada Must Help * � in Other Lines London, July 23.-Spcnkliifr at a luncheon given in his honor by tlip lord mayor lu the ^Vanslmi Hoiiso to-(lav, Herbert C. HoDver. Itio Amorioaii food administrator, iinvo a most roiis-rtiiriinx roviow of the food sitiimioi;. "Wo can say emplinlically tliat all anxiety ns to the great opsoiilia! of food is now imst," Mr. Hoover declared. Mr. Hoover pnid a tribute to the late I3aron Khonddn's work in the successful ratiouini;. "In that work." he said, "he laid down his life .tmt not until the national peril had been met and passed." .Mr. Hoover said that the allies* food .Tdiuinlstration tor the ne.xt harvest taktw on a new phase and that thi-subinarine menace no longer threatens the day to day supply. Plans can be proceeded 'With for briiigltiB food to thu allies in such ways and from such .lourcea that shippinK shall bo conserved and the nnitter of primn importance is wisdom In foruiulatinE plana Cor that purpose. The Young Man's Best Recommendation A Savings Account is more tiian a start towards financial independence-it is a mark of character. One of the strongest recommendations in the world of "business that a young man can present, isaiMerchantsBank Pass-Book, showing a recordof consistent savings. A Savings Account may be opened with $1.00, which shows how highly we regard the accounts of those who desire to save. TH? M?RCHANTS BANK Head OflFice : Montre.il. OF LETHBRIDGE BRANCH, MONARCH BRANCH, NOBLEFORD BRANCH. CANl^DA Established 1864. R. J. DINNING, Manager. V. A. EBERLY, Acting Manoger. M. A. KILPATRICK, Acting Manager. London. July 2r.,-In n stntnmenl today on food problems. Herbert C. Hoover, thti Anioricun food adnilnls-tnitor, spoke of the Kveat problem of aKriciiltiiral substitmion. which he said, was dominated by two crillcnl and related factors, the first of which was lime and the second expenditure in fodder and land productivity, "To increase our beet production," eontlnuetl .Mr, Hoover, "would re-Huire from three to live years. On the other hand, we could brins about an enormous increase in our me.il and fat prcKliution, throiiKh swine, within nine to twelve months." Mr. Hoover .-sjiid the American agricultural population has been urged along this line and had been given assurances which had led to a wonderful increase in swiao production. "1 have In my possession the needs for the Kiiropean allies for meats." the food administrator went on. "We can furnish this wholly in pork aloite. We can summarize our present position by stating that within the next twelve months, we can v.ilh less pi-pssnre of saving upon our peeple export IS.OflO,-non tens, if necessary, and to this Canada will add ;!.ntlO.Ot)0 tons." After aunouucing that all anxiety had p,is.-;ed, Mr. Hoover continued: "We are buiUling ships as n part ot our submarine defense, we have now built up our food reserves in the nearest markets as a further defense." IN'UETIHEM SELECT OWN KING Lithuanians Rouse Hun Anger By Making Their Own Choice John F. MiOer Alberta's Eyesight Specialist, 404 Underwood Block, Calgary, Will be at Dallas Hotel, Lethbridge Stampede Week July 22 to 27, mdusive. This is YOUR OPPORTUNITY to have your eyes Intelligently examined while in the city at no extra expense as consultation will be free. If you are not acquainted with my .work, ask the many In and about Lethbridge who are wearing my corrections. DO NOT HESITATE TO BRING THE CHILDREN ONE OF OUR PLEASED CUSTOIVIERS Before leaving Ireland I had our daughter Lillian to two of the most prominent Eye Specialists. Her eyes at that time were very badly crossed, so much so only part ot the pupUwas visible. The consultation and medicine cost $60.00, with no results, and was advised nothing 'but an operation would straighten the eye. "nTien I arrived ia Coalhurst I was advised to see Dr. iMIlIer of Calgary, which I did. and I am delighted to say that by using the glasses he prescribed my daughter's eye has been straighteneO. MRS. M, SHEA, Coalhurst. �1 London, July 2.1.-A dispatch to the Exchange Telegraph Company from Copenhagen, says the selection ot Uuke William ot Uraich as sovereign of Lithuania imder the titlo ot King Medove, has aroused strong crllicism in Germiiny. The N'nrd Deutsche Al-gemeino Zeltting referring to the dispatch says that the selection wns made by the slate council without asking the perniission ot Germany .tiid points out that tlio independenco of Lithuania was accepted by Germany only on condition that the creation of a monarchy should be effected according to tlto wishes of r.Brmany. The newspaper, which is the olllcial government organ, says that Germany will not allow liitliaania (o come to any decision on tlio crown indepcu denlly of Germany. WKf^BAY," iil^tr 23, .1018 RUSSIA FACES STARVATION NOW Washington^ July 2a.-Starvation as well as economic and financial disaster threatens Russun, according to a message to the state department. The prospects for the 1918 harvest are described as poor and financial chaos Is said to be almost complete. In the central government agricultural land is described as being in a pitiable state. Preliminary aid from the Ameri-can people for Russia soon is to be rushed on a special ship by the Red Cross. LLY HUNL CHEVROLET model f-a Baby Grand Touring Car New Pricesi Effective Aug. Ist, 1918 Model F-A Touring ^ $1350 Model F-A (Royal Mail) Roadster $1350 � F.O. B. OSHAWA (TiEVROLET Motor C?/Canada Western Parts and DUtribufing Branch: REGINA, SASK. Model F-A Baty Grand Touring Car Paris, July 23.-Every enemy station and every other center of activity within, the salient north of the Marne is undergoing incessant aerial beKnbardment, says La Liberte today, " In the last 24 hours the French have dropped 16 tons of projectiles on the lines of communication between Fere-En-Tardenere and Fismes, A station at Fismes has been burned. Fere-En-Tardenere is the centre of the German supply system more than six miles to the east of the allied line, it is pointed out, and the junction point of six roadr, and Is the centre of a triangle formed by Soissons, Chateau-Thierry and Rhelms. FROST MAY DAMAGE Edmonton, July 23,-Norl.hern Alberta has come dangerously near the freezing point in the last twenty-four hours, but, according to the �jviJenco at hand, it has escaped, Tfie lowest temperature reported at 5 o'clock wa.-; at Lament, where the mercury dropped to 32, with . a northwest wind. Fort Saskatchewan and otlior parts ot district were cold . and cloudy with heavy rains during the night. Tho growing grain is now at the stage, it is stated, when frosts would do damage. Wheat ia in milk and ia therefore .suscoptiblo to the cold, fhougli it can stand three degrees of IroBt without injury. Oats are also sufficiently advanced to ho easily touched. It is the opinion ot government ofliclals that the comparatively high winds which prevailed in most parts of tlio district during the night saved the situation. Snow at Calgary Calgary, .luly 23,--Rain tell during the night and morning in this district. Considerable snow was falling in the afternoon. MILK RIVER '�I J BAALIM MOTOR CO. Back of Union Bank (From Our Own Corr�:^oonflent) Milk Itiver. .Iiily 23.-There la still no rain in Milk River district aiul llie crops are gone though hero and thori a field stands out with a fair showing and always what crop there is, is on summer iallov,-. The moral seonia obvious lliat more summer fallow every year would lesson the gambling clement lu farming arid make u dry year average tip nearer tho raore profitable ones. iVIr. I). O'Connell and taniUy have gone holidaying to Vancouver, The Woman's Instltuto havo wanted to clean up tlie town for a long time and on 'I'lUMiihiy with Mrs, Shea and IVIrs. Grillltlis as tho two forewomen the deed was done. Mrs. Qulnn, Dan Donrio and Mr. Hunt lent toama and lialf tho village quit work to shovel dirt for an afternoon. Don't the ladles think wo had bettor have another afternoon and make a good Job of it while wo are at it? Tho river la still tho favorite rendezvous those hot days, Luat week one mermaid was having such a good timo alio iuuKiiod her teeth out and lost them, but why did they all look In the river's hod for thorn, It's mouth ema Uio most llti^ly placa to And TIC^TSIISAViro Iv"E^DN�lkr/XH^Tr/H�,r;\^�K�' -^"^ that sort ot thing. Jlr. r. 13. Lynch rottirncd to his cage in the bank on Tuesday. Ho reports good crops in tlie north country. Oacar Liud celebrated tho completion of his barn with a dance on Wednesday. The barn is big enough tor its real purpose, but not to hold all your friends Oscar, and we certainly had a good time. Jlr. and Mrs. Jas. Smith ot 1-17 have gone to Esquimau, B.C., where they will spend the winter. Master Smith will join them this week. LEMON JUICE TAKES OFF TAN Girls! Make bleaching lotion if skin is sunburned, tanned or freckled Squeeze the juice ot two lemons Into a bottle containing three ounces at Orchard White, shake well, and you have a quarter pint of the best freckle, sunburn and tan lotion, and complexion beautifier, at very, very small cost. Your grocer has the lemons and any drug store or toilot counter will supply three ounces ot Orchard White to? a few cents. Massage this sweetly fragrant lotion into the face, neck, arms and hands each day and see how freckles, sunourn, windburn and tan disappear and hoV clear, soft and white the skin becomes. Yes! It Is harmless- ANCHORDONALDSQN LINE POPULAR SERVICE Canada to Glasgow For full information apply to Agents or Company's Office, 270 (Main St., Winnipeg. The Man Who Grows Hair on Bald Heads is Here in Lethlbridge for Two Days Only, Tomorrow and Wednesday. ^ IA wishing consultation free, for two hours esch day, from 10 to 11 and from 7 to 8 p,m, call at Room 6, Dallas Hotel. Ilie Cause of Baldoess Is Worry M Want of Why Wony? The Slat Hair GroM Is Here! Worry is going to put every belfry In the barren class. Worry over being drafted; worry over being rejected; worry over trying to pick out the best thing to worry about. These are Just a few of the worries that are going to make It possible for a man to get a hair cut without removing his hat. No man nor woman can tell when he or she is going to lo�e their hair. It does not matter _ ______ how tenderly he or she will treat It, without the Slavin Hair Grower you will lose your hair.' Use thei Slavin Hair Grower once or twice a week and you will always have a beautiful crop of soft and silky hair, something to be proud of. It Is quite easy for me to stop falling hair and start a new growth of hair. Start now to take the Slavin massage, or be sure to get the Slavin Hair Grower and use Itby following the  directions which dc\ with it, before you become entirely bold, I am leaving Calgary on December 1, 1913, for San Francisco, U.S.A., where I Intend to start business, as I am obliged to leave on account of Mrs, Slavin's health, I must say that I have done well in Calgary, and the people of, Calgary oan speak of the good resultti from my metho/i of massage and the Slavin Hair Grower, Anyone wishing to buy my business or the copyright for Canada, as I now! have the copyright for the U.S.A., may call at my office SL'AVIN HAIR GROWER sells, at $1,05 a box (6 for $5,25) with ,  instructions. J. M. SLAVIN Who was completely bald two years ago. As he is today, the result of his hair grower. LUMBER CO. HOME AND FARM BUILDING EXHIBIT AT FAIR GROUNDS ^ Don't Fail to visit this exhibit. See these miniature buildings which are being displayed to the public for the first time. ^ You can examine these buildings yourself. ^ Our architect will be on band to explain them to you. THIS EXHIBIT is in the MAIN BUILDING Citizens' Lumber Co., Limited fTVuMi^o^Yn^l Sit a^B 175? 4 01015301010002000000010001000202480001000100000000000200000201010201000153232323232353535353010200014848480202000201010100020000 ;