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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 9, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE THE LETHBIUDGE D.MIA UIWALD SATURDAY, JUNK 0, 1917 letbbrftge Rlbctta D A I UY AND W E E K LY lion Rates: ItaJlT. delivered, per week Dallr, delivered per year JWlj-. by mall, per year..... (Weekly, by mail, i ..HOD ...J1-5D JVectly, br msll, per year to U.S.. TELEPHONES Business Office 3 Editorial Office 1' W. A. Duchansn President and Managing Oirccloi John Torranco Uuslness Manager of etptr.r of suoscripllons ap- pfar dally on address label. .Vcepl- of paperi alter expiration Is put authority lo continue Ihe sub- scription. Your 'Ung and Country Need You Right Now! PROGRESS "OF THE WAR i "j'he advance of the at Mes- pines promises 10 develop on an even larger scale ihan the battle of Arras. terrestrial conveyance as a subsidiary service. Mr. Thomas specifically Illustrated me of the chaoses which be fore-i tees. Tho airplane of Irttc KipliDR'E Imaginary express will euibl3 ihe location busluess man I lo for Paris ia ihe moruliig, (ravel safely botU and be home the same day (or evening dinner. H will transport him across tho lo New Yorfc in two days. Vancou- ver, would be only three days, away from l.ocdou. Toklo four and fl htlf.iSydacy. Australia, five aud Cape ami a halt. Aoy person familiar vilh speeJs and dUunres can figure out for hauself the great economies ot lime which the rushing business man could command (or reaching others of the preat com- mercial centres all arouud the world- This English aviator figures that aerial service between Ixindon acd Paris ai a passenger would make money, while lluee-pound cuuld be conveyed at 50 cenis and one ounce mail ai a cvni. The trip to CoDstanUnorile would toi exceed cost to the traveller. practical programme includes the. I'aiabllsh- menl of lacdjuj; grounds 10 mile? apart, thus aroidlug forced landings. Tho overland flight from London to Toklo would bn in stages of 10 miles. UP FORTHE BUSY Thomas Leader, aged 78. a pioneer of Portage la 1'ralrle. Is dwd. Lieut. Roy Russell, son o( Mr. and Mrs. 11. S. Russell. iDgeraftll. OuL. Detroit h the (uurth city of tho United Slates with a population ot 850.000. uauer's sou, na5 his left band blown off. K. J. A Saskatoon was in action, i uinu wlio eullilwi WUmtvcg 1 battalion, was awarded the military Kenneth Cllmour. has cross. been appointed assistant superintend-? em at Toronto ol ibe I'ntou Bank oft Hev. W. E, Gllroy. oC Hamilton, Canada. j was elected president of tho Couprogatlonnl Union 01 imiauii lor White playing with a cup and [use, (the ensuing year. Lorn Priestly, of Cobalt, Ont.. post-. Farmers In Ouliirlo who have teen looking ever their orchards claloi that Hie crop Is EC Ing lo be .n com- plete failure as there nre no blossoms. Justus Miller, editor o[ tbe Carta- Olan Countryman, has bcc-n appointed assistant minister o! agriculture for the province ol Ontario. C.-S.-Xi. "vY. Uarrons. ot who onllslcd In Llcul. Col. Dell's bal- laliotv. has awarded tho distin- guish ei] conduct modal lor gallnut ;s of secrt potatoes (o N'. K, j work Iu Hie Vlrny Ridge engagement, r. a dealer. The county will loso WO on Us two carloads ol Belgium send nn official mlg- Ino cause Qt-EreaLftr prodaciiou. sioii lo the. Untied Stales headed hy H. Tlowlaud, of Jaw, form- orlyof Manilobi college, .was appoint- ed to the institute staff at Kegioa. t Sergeant llavlland. of Min- neapolis. honorably mentioned In mi orticlal suuirofirj of of the AmerlcaD "aferp esciuadrllla. Kronlenac county council sold Already over SOW prisoners nave been j taken, and ranch ground sained. great feature of the mosi rwenl eHcnsiTe haa been the explosion of ininea heoeaih the German trenches Srhlcli decoyed great ot the enemy defences. This will stand out is ODC of the great epgineering teals ol The description of Ihe and the trip an aerodrome flight. At .sen Mr. Thomas would havi landing ieat br ilie correspondents, who tell cf how almost 'Impregnable defence ,ybrlts disappeared In n cloud of dust, the earlh rocked as in an earth- glrcs a faint idea of what an task lha sappers un- rierlook and successfully accomplish- The arrival of General Pershing and tis slHQ: from-tie LVS. in Britain-fs Announced. He, is the forerunner of tha" force thai will be sent over short- er, lo figbt In the trenches in France. The fighllng on the Italian front has fecn confined recently to counter-at- tacks by the most of which teen reposed by the Iiallaus, Lethbridse, ol roal of garages. "The walcHng carts were oul yes- erday.. Evidently Uie Board, of Trade exerts n good Influence at limes. hft Cotiserrative haunt has been moved lo the north. In the, south It s pretty much of a ghost just'DOW. BEWARE OF INFtATiON OF RAW LAND PRICES. 'TtVord from the big sale ol Indian teserre lands at Glelchen tells TLS that high figures, as high as per acre, were paid for the raw posed of on tbe first rJay. Tiie newspapers "play the (act if the high prices. It" Is pleasing lo sec Ibal people ftre so anxious to secure pood Alberta iipds, hut The Herald would like to repeat Its warning or some months igo, lhal high prices for- raw Land should not- be the cause ql loo much boosting cm Vhe pait. ol the people ot the province. There are hundreds oC thousand5 ot good land'In the province which can be al low average prices, and U is this fact Tjhlch Till attract new settlers rather than stories of sales of land at high prices. The school land sales at Car mangay and Vulcan last year resulted in an average price of per acre for ail tbe land sold. This fact Is more important Ihati lhat pei fere was paid tor any one parcel. V With prosperity ererrrhere appar bit throughout Southern Alberta, the iency is towards inflated land It Is well to rememher now- are now receiving. Ics apart. I[ Kipling or Verne were to make 'uch predictions even now we should icout them and scoff. But Mr. Thorn- ;i is a practical aad snccessful sclent whereof he affirms, he predictions of flying machines earier than air which were made 35 'ears aso were -niorc" rieianary and appeared more impracticahle. than hese predictions. mf to be a case of "muddling down at OLlavra. It's an ill -wind that blows 'nobody od. S. Bacon Hillocks will be able lo run for the Dominion House now. less and produce more.1 That Is sood advice. Spread the eos- of more, prodgcuotirand less waste. Is-i-ethbriflge, gcflog ID "have a fair 1918? -'Seeing "that this is a' next year conatry we ask the question this rear. CongriUulalJciis Lo Editor Da o! the Morning Albert an.1 He is the third. Liberal newspaperman In AI oerta. IQ gain a' seal ia halls. Another ConserrftUve in SaskBtrhewaQ bas bolted (be ranks Thai leaves one Conservative daily in lue neighborlns province where there were tour at Christmas. {end faev selUers The Dominion Eoyernment's har.dl Ing of the coal strike situation isn1 exactly pleasanl to coal users who are already beginning to contemplate a. cold winter and a coal shortage There Is loU of room for Improvemen in the situation. i If they secure their raw land al rea- j feohably low prices, -they bavc Just M "j intich mole money witb. which lo J jelpp Ihelr farms and make ihcm I If Ihcy par liigh prices i they will be more Ilftcly to fce com- I Tilled to slruEElc along tor years make Ihc-fann pay, and Ihelr use to he much less. Vanls Is Ihousanda ralher than Iriflated prices for land will ittract1 Inflated prices fo'r I raw land will fteep them awaj-." The eays lhal Que bee would have done her share In tn first place had been properly or 'ifid tinifar such ?c. Major Oeneral Lessard. Sam Hughe is as much raponslble [or the muddl In Quebec as a or other man. '-of ihe province depends whether we tnfs fact In AFTER THE WAR.j who .have, kept" In touch 'Vk-itt tfaki doings of raUllarr aviators and of aviation dur- j ing' the war, have realized that great advances have been made during these; three years, says an ctcnanEe. Eo ther.arc not surprised that al the meellne of Ihe British Aeronautical London on iJay JIoll nredlcted thai (he Rurjre [m'tMeTptatntj wUI he made shall have returned, come, he expects, ther j V'JIJ-iffecl a more'JinpVcssJTfl rcsolu- tlori fn biiEfncss than they have v'rouglil upon thft conduct of ilu Is not BO audacious oa to suppose that j thfl rllrlglllc or the airplane will sun- crtiedp the merchant .ship or the JielghUcar, Ihe passenger Hncr OT the i rQilman, but he confident lhat will supplement f t U Ihfi cllj ot I.tthhriflgc wout the good advise ladle out ,by ,thc opposition riming Ihe r cent campaign'and keep streets 1 a little there'-would h mote EaUsfaction all round, and rbuM be selling a good example t the provincial soTernment, H woaJd be if there Tcre sotn gorernmenfil restriction op the co sumption of and lamb In Can aria. If the slinghter of lauiljs dives were lo'Tbe prohibited durlrj Ihe war, thousanda o( tons won soon be added lo (he foodstuffs Canada. .The people would be just a welt oft without these1 roeala, an they would be helping win the wa br refdslng lo buy .th'em. AUTO ACCIDENT Saiiatoon, Sask., June TDI lad acd another ftllghtly injured i a reauU of an accHenl which or cum on the weal aide of Saskatoon Thur dfly afternoon when John Harris, pr prieior of the Uarrle cafc.'losl conlr of a ntw car he van drivthg awerved -from the roadway onto t> sfrtewalh. The dead man IB Chew Him a C'lilnaman, aged 35; the other h ME Jack, 28. Clly dctccUvcn arrc ba Agricultural college .has been ap- fated assistant Ja. Ihe educational anch of ithe hospitals com- Issiou. His wort" will be In con- ection, with (he training "of pailially ues, Lieut.-Col. Graasle, a _ prominent eal estate man ol Winnipeg and Ions onnected with the "Cameron High- uiders. has been aWarrted the Dlstln ied Serrice Giver. Lieu I- Col, left ae a nit and now common -Win nip eg Ihe Str George Perley, Ihe acting Cana- an high commissioner.and minister militia overseas, has been appoint- d a member ot a lor the stablishmenl in London 'under the ar cabinet of an- linpenal '''mineral collect informa- fon and advise upon. deTcIopmenfs. Armed with a "powerful magnifying Ias3, a boy posted himself" before the Indow ot W. C. Mustard's grocery lore, London, Out- Concentrating 16 sun's rays on. the'tuse Q! a bunch fire crackers." he started the ex- loslvea and on a rampage n the window and in the store. Hev. W. S. Griffini ot Toronto, s over 90 years of who has or 63 years been engaged In Ihe lethodlst minlslryi-in giylnp. a report the superannuation fund al the lamlllon confeTisnce, slated that, In the ministry shbuld not leave hat calling until no longer physically Lie Lo nil the position. Plainest of styles i.n men's ciothlng" pro'bably :wiil'he de- rced by American raanufaclurers to onservc the wool supply. At a con- erenre with liiu xcinmerclal economy oard of the council b( national de- ensc TtpreseDlallvea of the clothing aleresia agreed lhat rills, patch pockcla, flaring skirts, culTs on coals and Iron sera, unoeces- inrr pi a Us and long 3icK coals must jo. Another, economy In the .use of wool proposed a more general ralx- ng ol col ton. those ilienlfancd jn" dls- iaLflies Itouglas Haig iaVMaJof Henry Duncan Graham Crerar, son of Mrs! P. D. Crerar.'' He lell Hkmtlloa h lue 4lh-Field: has been awarded the distinguished vice order. CHOCOLATES Each little beauty cosicd in a paper cup. Where Is Your Will? You are cuHvluced (hat yon make :i will various you defer so. YA'tiy not decide ;i( mid Do 11 1 How to Make a Will Go to your soUdtor and have It properly drawn. Makt this com piny your executor and do net put the burden of your affairs In the of your wife and family. British Canadian Trust Co. GEO. W. ROBINSON, Maniger and SecrtUry PHONE IM3. COKYBEABE BLOCK UETHSH1DGE, 0 BE PREPARED! Have your Will nuule and appoint (his Couiiuiuy ytmr Executor and Trustee, Our o.t'fii'ers a wide- 'Our .service is otmtimums, and ottr fees no :t private idiuil is entitled (o. GDI well afford to'neglect. .To insure boundicft health and, improved mental motnlni 2 f 1asi ot ,ihlj Ming pltiuntlf rcfresblnQ 13 TOT Nerves, Impure ABBEY'S VITA 50 Ccms a" Boi CITY SHOE SHINE NEWS STAND COALDALE .BLOCK NOW OPEN Newspapers arid :Masaiine3 from all parts of .tfie Globe- Europe, England, United .States and Canada, you srJ these and ga thine. OFFICE STATIONERY UNDERWOOD TYPEWRITERS. A few Just goad SB nqV, U'd col- ored ribbon, titulilor and hack spacer. Trice Uno Undcr- vrood Trpewrllcr In good condition, Uoial Typewriter In sood CHECK WRITER. We'are sgcnts lor the F. t K. Check carrr Model J35.00. IF IT 19 FOHJHE HAVE'IT Everall Franks Sinnott Block, Corner' 41h Avt. iM 'UK SI. THE STANDARD BANK 'Of1 CANADA eirfrCE :PEPQSTT iiow instilled this Branch for (he cus- tody of valuable pipers, etc., aftoixlirig safety Slid privacy, further informalio ittt by the raauager. 223 C. T. LETHBRIDGE BRANCH! Write for our booklets bnd forwardt d free lo any addreita, The TRUSTS and GUARANTEE Company Limited CALGARY ALBERTA Public Administrator and Official Assignee for Ihe Judicial Districts of Macleod, Medicine Hal, Calgary. Red Deer, SletHtr. FOR TEACHERS UnivcvsHy .of Albvvlu COURSES IN SCIENCE AND COURSES IN ART, MANUAL ARTS i HOUSEHOLD ARTS By Special Arrangements with tbe Department or Militia there ,wiM also be offered PHYSICAL TRAINING INSTRUCTOR'S COURSE and CADET INSTRUCTOR'S COURSE ,Courses are open to Teachers, Sr.hool Principals and Inspectors from the FOUR WESTERN PROVINCES i Application should be senl, not lalcr lhan June 20, 1317, lo Do- partmenl of Education, Edmon- ton, Alberta. WHEAT KOW'S THE TIME TO BUY GOOD FARM LAND. Farmers In -.tin Weai tnc nasl two ytars with pricc.s al and per hualiot have been oaylns for Ihclr lauds out of nne crop. Wlial may they noi tlo wheat and all fnrm produce nl Ihelr present prices? We hnvc some excellent propcrlles licloiiging lo Trust-Estates under our caro wlilcli will appeal tn iho fannor and Investor, and which must he readied uiion, SEND FOR LIST. THE STANDARD TRUSTS CO. (Head Office -Winnipeg) Alberta Branch, Macleod Block, Edmonton, or write to Francis Nail, Alberta Block, Lethbrldge. THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE SIR EBMUND WALKER, C.V.O.. LLD., L. Pttfiot K V. F. JONES, An'l JOHN AIRD. OHW.' V.C. BROWN, Sup'l of Wiiltrn Bianiha RESERVE FUND, It is IMPERATIVE that EVERY PF IN CANADA should WORK HARP v SPEND LITTLE MUCH Interest atlowcSJ at 3% per Bnnum on Savings DcpomlU of loi upwards 'at any branch ol I fit Bask. Lethbridge Branch-- R. T. Brymnei, Mgr, 2Si, IMi Itntt X. D, A. CUOTIE. UNION PACIFIC The First RoaiJ first in" everything that males tr (ion great and TAKE THIS TRIP, via Spoiinc, the Cocur d'Alcnea, the world-famous OjlumbiaRivcrGorgeinto Portland; returning over ihe rnMutiful Point Defiance line to Seattle, I'ngct Sound slcamships to Vancouver, and the rnajcstic mountiin trip through 1'icl J, Glacier Canadian National IMttj.' UNION PACIEIG CVQTT7 K SHORT LINE between p 1 O 1 JilVL Spobneamj Portland affords direct and superior service to ahd from California, North Pacific Coast Cities, Salt Like City.Dcnver and South 6r East It is also an important link in the circuit of the chief cities of the Great ing .comfortable and convenient trains'be', tween Spokane and Portland; Portland ahd' Tacoma'Seattle, with close connections to and from Dominion Cities. A trial of LfmcJn Pacific will satisfy all wljo trsprel of their superiority. UNION PACIFIC SYSTEM 1. T.I, T. JL, Mt Cotre OUm ;