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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 23, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta TUB LETHBRIDGE HERALD PAGE NINE RKAOY TO TAK1 A 4 V TnO rwwutiB wt T DJMifaalon of In v in Saturday Coming down from the to at tend a conteteirtjo called by the mm later of conntfctea f with the next Victory the tor tunate has provided by meeting with many bustnws men frtom nil nfrte 61 this great We were nil fehgageij last year lii the gamo 6f strengthening the atnews otwar fro mpnoy and Credit can and are willing to the best wecan to emure a ready leipottte toy nil ottVJiebple for further rrteimn to facilitateitjitf tulteat of our agrl ciiltujftt AanufaJturlng fcV mardhalllMg credit of of tftir for the pursuance of the War to that protter Hiding that comes dally Is but a In glorious part In the great btit we are glad to Join even In this lutmbfe tfia grant war for from British Columbia brings silfrlng news about the dtiatrlal activity In lum mining and with men tion of the labor difficulties that arise from time to not Com ing overthe Rookies on to the top eteps of the we find the far all greatly apprehen as they fcjwtiys are at this sea nob of the yearrsBto what Isto be the outcome oftheir gigantic struggle With thfc land and the forces of nature In producing grayelypuzz led ut the attltiSde of the government In first1 the fullest ehdea ivor more and hen While seeding was yet In pro that more ajen tor fighting of greater moment even the producing of food1 Put in ten acres Seven was yoiir limit be the Instructions ami calculations were made if condition were a prairie would in of 2000 bushels a max imum of which woulc give roughly loaves of breai for our folks This hope will not be for the weather condi tlons have not fully propitious font the effort was even when If was felt that thebest agricultura methods as we htvve learnt them were tfor once set The drought in the early part of the season has been aggravated with hea vywinds all over the which have caused somowhat serious Jam This seasonof 1918 is likely to be remembered as the year of the drifting1 soils and there is a lesson In it cannot be for iUpttftita Agala necessity of re plnisTiW putting baclc Into it black fibre or humua whicl oanbe manure tha can be got only by addingmore ari more livestock to our western farm Ing Of this more Wter in Ontario and QueBec there Is evl dence on every hand of the most stren nous Industrial i everynerve to do her bes la the strugglethat we are Turn ing afterwar 1 bei as to say at once that I be a mfstake to think that aJ of to the farmer school orthe manufacturing schooli as these are overdrawn fa too strongly by the Some peo pie object at this time any discussion whatever of the tar i They will to stand on on So large a factor in the cost o practically everything that enters to the enjoyment of our private life and the diitly SomUct of our buslnes can Hfb pale o hounly it Is to thin It may be taboo in the house of but it certainly i not in our farms and in our home and places The tarif wall is rlckoty and rotten it neve built on any scientific founda and KB architecture is unsound All kinds of jerrybuilder politician have added to it from time to time and the manufacturer lives himsel in dread The far mers getting ready fo plant a Boundkick Into and there is goof ground that some of the best financial brains of Canada fee rather rapje recognizing the national sympathize wltl the situation IB gravely unfortunate nation undertaken financial re and theinpst careful ant conslderad and forehanded judgmon for nations business is called We had adraittedin1913 that basjc buBlneijs wa it no usq trying to forget that fo if another rude reawakening will come upon The best architect that are available should be called once consultationon the A new fcwn should be fouoda tlous vell and a wall thatwjl etand looking at should be built to take the plaqe of the present We call 1t aJ wall of jire but nobody knows batte than the manufacturer that he live la feat of its falling down and crush ing Can a man do hi best behind a protection lik when bsB only one eye on hi biiainas atjd the on tho wa anil the Jerrybuilders If there is on thing that a good business mar dreada it and the goot banker does everything he possibl can tq avert The planning an building cannot be done in a the more reason Our f arnipra are not unreasoning pnil they will be found to be not un and while there will bo lillle time of high food prices a ft the whole world will fo ciying for food for yet a year or twi after the cessation of there will certainly be heavy drop in the prices of food Tho far iuer will feel the hi ii Ue wanka th fanadlftu manufacturer to get read In help tho country to mistulu and ti WirTiiw Cookery M W fnctfcjf tufa fM MJIMffltfoll of i CANADA ncrease agricultural The manufacturer will consult his own In terest if he falls In line with this at A word now as to th0 Canadian reed as suggested by Baron Shaugh His Lordship saysCanadas only economic IB sparse may be admitted aa an economic but It also antconomlc ftavtt indicates that we haye room and we certainly have for a contented popula tion at least tefr times great as we have fiut to that sparse population is our only weakness is straining If the West may suggest to the the great est economic weakness of the Cana dian nation labour continued failure even yet to recognize and consider our farming and our other industries Baron Shaughnessys declaration of faith Is itself strong evidance of this A creed for Can ada that contains not an Item of ag ricultural faith and that has no farm ing IB certainly far from a complete creed for The president of the National City Bank of New Frank Van made a confession for his fel low cltlcena a year or two ago that they Were ft nation of economic Illi terates we In Canada are certainly no We get precious little guid ance on these matters from the of OW country our editors continue with great the game of the pot calling the kettle Damning the packers and provides nensa tlonal redding and makes for tine con futed but It helps not a whit to build as more cold storage If a itatemnnt of our greatest econo mic need may be let us set this down as being stored in the form of capital to be devoted to the broadening of the basis for ag Reference has been made herein to the need for black fibre or humus for our western Manure from live stock will provide this in th only way that It can be economically sup but before we can safely reaolr we must have greater facilities for getting chilled mutton and pork to the worlds Capital and energy and business are wanted The canard duce the and we can doIrat least aa well as other parts of tho world and the business of raising live stock 1s the sure foundation of good We have enormous advantages over the subtropical countries that are in the and we can breed virile and healthy ani mals in this climate that is so brac ing for both man and The program of the Canadian In dustrial Reconstruction Association is not so vulnerable to criticism as the to the western mind it is not fully satisfactory in its recogni tion of We certainly want that kind of education that will be provided by the exchanging of stu dents between Ontario anT and bitween Manitoba and the the program might well be fur ther extended In these The idea of bringing farmers and western men down to the East to view our progress In manufacturing is wholly the man will be more than pleaded to show something of thepleasures aid difficulties of western farm life to the wise men of the We need more communication lines between city education and the far Jtany have yet acknowledged it are becoming impress ed with the that process as it always is all the more irrational when lived in a crowd July ing to re from Vienna published In Ber ed ttrd that the of living thinking le on the Our men at the frontarn fighting for a brighter future for the whole human For lovo of nil that is good end true hack up our efforts by of Can adas part In thfe reconstniction of our thought and Wo have grown to solidarity as in war our need Is to get ready to ho solid with each east and in It is expected that Emperor Charles will atk Count the former AttdtroHungarlnn foreign to form a new Austrian an Exchange Telegraph dispatch from The Conservative press of Berlin Is urging the German government that to give Austria a hint for her lo make Count Ceornln premier would not be acceptable to In view of counts last in tlmy point he Insinuated that Ger manys war aims were no longer a defensive Ctecbi Cheered July cheers from the Czechs in the lower house of the Austrian greeted tho announcement that the entire cabinet had and that tho resignat ions had been accepted by Kmperor says a Vienna dispatch to The announcement was made by the the LETHBRIDOE DOMINION SIXTH NEXT TO SIMPSONS WE HAVE A FULL LINE OF NEW AND SECOND HAND FURNITURE AT REASONABLE A few of our Specials are Book Arm Brass also Office Desks and Cream CRATING FREE ATZEEBRUGGE Itepalrs which the Germans had mhde to the Mole at and the locks again have been destroyed by allied according to tho Tele Torpedo boats have been sunk In the it arid the canal remains The German observa tion tower at Llsseweghe alto was hit by the Many tho marines at this naval base and among the thousands of men fromi JSnebrilgge janrt have been forcfltl to work in their neighborhood and on the Frank late of the Methodist has Jbeen appointed chaplain military with headtmavtcrs at Bad Teeth Spend their Time Biting Holes in Good Health AND thats about the only function they not a good The majority of present day diseases are traceable to decayed Mrtke up your mind today and let us treat those shocking teeth of And if we have to refnove we will do so with practically nopnin and replace them with useful teeth which defy You dont have to summon up your courage to cme to our Dentistry As We Practise It Is a Gentle Richards Nelson High American Dentistry PHONE 363 Ott 4 Doors from Lethbridge Lethbridge ALBERTA CALGARY EIGHTH AVENUE EDMONTON CRI8TALL v ive Turned Their Stock of Clothing and Furnishings Loose During Stampede Week f i i i WEVE BOUGHT MOST OF OUR MERCHANDISE AHEAD OF TIME FOR A DOUBLE KEEP UP THE THE QUALITY AND KEEP DOWN THE YOU GAIN BY THE We Carry the Largest Stock of Clothing Fur Hats and Shoes in Southern 308 Young Mens SUITS Plain and slash The latest style The best class of mens clothing manufactured in Real worth MARK DOWN to A PULL SIZE 24 TO YOU WILL FIND NEAT GOOD WEARING AND REAL REFUNDED ON WEARBETTER THE CLOTHES WITH THE GUARAN DURING STAMPEDE WEEK ANYTHING AND EVERYTHING IN MENS Sport to A Large Assortment Pure Silk assorted and All kinds of hot weather Silk Crepe and Balbriggan Com binations and telling at 1914 WE OFFER A HEARTY WEL COME TO ALL OUR REGULAR CUSTOMERS AND TO THOSE WE NEVER T lAIMTEl THIS IS THfi PUCE TO SAVE COME EARLY AND AS WE HAVE HUND REDS OF BARGAINS FOR YOU MacLEOD The Great Clothiers of the Great West ;