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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - July 23, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta 1 imSDAY, JULY 23, 1018' THE LETHBRIDGE DATT.Y TTEnALD PAGENTNE READY TO TAKE A igCK AT THE TARIFF of Condltlont In Cieneral, (By O. n. Marnoch In Toronto Saturilay Night.) Coming down from Iho west to attend a conterenco called by the mln-later of flnancd on matters connectSa with the next Victory Loan, the fortunate oJperlenco has been provided by meeting wltli many biialness men from nil parts of this great Dominion. Wo were (ill CngagoiJ last year in the hlg game ot strengthening tho ulnews ot war �o monoy and credit can holp, and wb are willing, to do the feost wo .can to ensure a ready i esponeo �by nil our people for further means to facilltnto tbp tulleat use ot our agricultural and manufacturing resources hy mnrshajlling the credit of each of our cltUens for the pursuance of the �war to that proper ending that comes rially nearer;  Ohrg Is but (i mute, inglorious part In the great struggle, but we ar^ glad to Join even in this luiiiible -way.' iti.' the. great war tor ifrocdqu. The man from British Columbia bringa stirring news about the (In-d.iistrlal actlylly In shlpbuljdlng, lumbering, mining and fisheries, with mention of the labo.r diftlciiltloa that arise from time to time not omitted. Coming over' the Hookies on to the top Bteps of the prairies, wo find the far mors ojl busy,, and greatly apprehensive,' as lYiey always are at this sea son ot the year; db to what Is to be the outcome of-their - gigantic struggle ^vltll the land and the forces of nature in protVuclng a crjp.'and gravolypuzz led nt the attitude of tho government In tlrsf encouraging the fullest endoa-�vor In-preparing; more land, and flhcn finding, while seeding was yet In pro-gVoss, that more icon for fighting vcro ot greater moment even than to.' the producing of food. "Put In Ion Bcro.s lii'here seven was your limit before"-those � wer� the Instructions, Rnd calculations were made that, it "War-Tlme Cookery" - free Seid MUM and address for new"War4iMiDook�ry'*niis book coitiufli ndpes.cliosen bytkeJodiiSMtkeblistand most pradiefji i^pes anbmit* ted in oarjceent cash prize [ comp^tioa.'It ia intended to assist in the conserration of. food and to effect savings in home oooldng and baiting. Approvd by Caiia only way that it can be economically sup-plled, but before we can safely reaclr that, wo must have greater tacllltles for getting chilled beef, mutton and pork to the world's markets. Capital and energy and business 'management are wanted for this. The w'est canpro-duce the livestock, and we can doIrat least as well as other parts of tho world can, and the business ot raising live stock is the suro foundation ot goo(' agriculture. We have enormous advantages over tho sub-tropical countries that are in the business, and wo can breed virile and healthy animals in this climate that is so bracing tor both .-nan and boast. Tho program ot tho Canadian Industrial Reconstruction Association Is not so vulnerable to criticism as the creed, but, to the western mind it is not fully satisfactory in itc recognition ot agriculture. We certainly want that kind of education that will be provided by tho 'exchanging ot students between Ontario and' Quebec, ancl between IVlanltoba and tho East, �but the program might well be further extended In these directions. The idea ot bringitiE farmers and western men down to the East to view our progress in manofaoturing is wholly admirable, and the western man win bo more than pleased to show something of the pleasures and difficulties of western farm life to the Wl?6 men o� tho East. We need more communication lines between city education and the farmers. >Iany more men than have yet acknowledged It are becoming impressed with the farc't that life, ^rational process as it always is, is all tho more Irrational when lived in a crowd T lY FORM GOVT. London. .Tuly 23.-Acconllng In reports,from Vienna publlsliinl in Bor- ed city, and that the best of living n"hd thinking is on tho fiirnm, Our men at the front nn: fighting for a brighter future for Iho whole human race. For the lovo of nil that is good nnd true lotVus back up our efforts by wise consldoration of Can ada'.s part In the roconstnictlon of our thought and work. Wo have grown to solidarity as a nation in war; our need Is to get ready to bo solid with each other, oast and wchI, in poaco. lin. It is expected that Emperor Charles will ask Count Czomin, tho former Austro-Hungnrlnn foreign minister, to form a now Austrian cabinet, soys an Exchnngo Telegraph dispatch from Amsterdam. Tho Conservative press of Uprlin is urging the German govRmmpnt that to give Austria a hint for her to make Count Czomin premier would not be acceptable to Oormany, In view of the-count's Inst apeecb. In which, Ihny point out. he insinuated that Orii--many's war aims were no longer i6t a defensive chnructor. ' Czechs Cheered Amsterdam. .Tuly 23.-Loud cheers from tho Czechs in tho lower house of Iho Austrian parliament grnotftd tho announcement that the entire cabinet had Tosigned, and that the resignations had been accepted by Emperor Charles, says a 'Vienna dispatch today. The announcement was made by tho president.of tho chamber. OEM REPAIRS AIZEEBRUGGE Amsterdam. .Tuly 23.- Repairs which the OorriianB had mnde to the Mole nt Zeebrugge. and the locks there, again have been destroyed by allied airmen, according to tho Tele graaf. Torpedo boats have been sunk in the harbor, it adds, and tho canal remnln.s closed. The Oerman observn-tion tower at Llssoweghe also was hit by tho airmen. JIany casualtiea .among the marines at this naval baso and among the thousands of men from' Hnyst. Blnrkonhurghe, JSnebrugge anrt Ghent, have been forced to work !in their neighborhood and on the I Mole Rev. Frank Bn.shfield, lato of the Alberta Methodist Conference, .has *hoon uppointpd district .chaplairi ot military district. No. 10. Winnipeg, with boadiiuarfprs at Winnipeg. LETHBRIDGE DOMINION BLOCK, SIXTH ST. 8. (NEXT TO SIMPSON'S) WE HAVE A FULL LINE OF NEW AND SECONDHAND FURNITURE AT REASONABLE PRICES. A few of our Specials are Boole Cases, China Cabinets, Desks, Arm Ciiairs, Brass Beds, Rugs, Lino, also Office Desks and Typewriters, Cream Separators, etc. CRATING FREE Bad Teeth Spend their Time Biting Holes in Good Health AND that's about the only function they fulfill-certainly not a good one. The majority ot present day diBsases are traceable to decayed teetli. Make up your mind tori.ny ami let us treat those shocking teet'li of yours. '\nd It we have to remove them, we will do so with practically no pniu and replace them with sound, usetul teeth which defy detection. Yoti don't have to "summon up your courage" to c^me to our offices. Dentistry As We Practise It Is a Gentle Art. Drs. Bruner, Richards & Nelson High Grade. American Dentistry . PHONE 363 Ott Bik., 4 Doors from Lethbridge Hotel, Lethbridgc LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA CALGARY OFFICE-115A EIGHTH AVENUE E. EDMONTON OFFICE-3 CRISTALL BLOCK. =5^ BROS. Have Turned Their Stock of Clothing and Fnrnishings Loose During Stampede Week /: � � - � - ~ WE'VE BOUGHT MOST OF OUR MERCHANDISE AHEAD OF TIME FOR A DOUBLE PURPOSE-TO KEEP UP THE TH^QUAUTY AND KEEP DOWN THE PRICE. YOU GAIN BY THE PLAN. We Carry the Largest Stock of Clothingj, Furnishings, Hats and Shoes in Southern Alberta. nOMens&YoungMen's SUITS Plain and slash pockets. The latest style models. The best class of men's clothing manufactured in Canada. Real v^oith $35, $40. MARK DOWN SAL? ...... Sizes'34 to 46. A FULL RANGE, SIZE 24 TO 35. VOU WILL FIND STYLE, NEAT FITTING, GOOD WEARING AND REAL VALOE. $1.50 REFUNDED ON WEARBETTER SUITS, THE CLOTHES WITH THE GUARAN-' TEE. / DURING STAMPEDE WEEK ANYTHING AND EVERYTHING IN MEN'S Spdrt Shirts, $1.00 to $4.50. A Large Assortment of. Pure Silk Shirts, assorted shades, $3.50 and $4.50. All kinds of hot weather Underwear. B.V.D., Silk Crepe and Balbriggan Combinations and two-piece, selUng at 1914 prices. WE OFFER A HEARTY WELCOME TO aLl our REGUUR CUSTOMERS AND TO THOSE WHOM. WE NEVER HAD. THIS IS THfi PLACE TO SAVE I DOLLAIIS. COME PARLY AND^ i OFTEN, AS WE HAVE HUND-' REDS OF BARGAINS FOR YOU The Great Clothiers of the Great West ��'.////,�V////,///////'/'/y////',///////yy^/iiW,- /'// �^;0m% '�-'�;i----''m''-'-''^mmyyyy..,. �yy , 'yyy),.\-'yyyyy//y/yyy///^ ;