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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 22, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOUR THB LETMIIRIDGE DAILY MttRALD Cbc Blbcitn DAILY AND Proprtltoft and FHB LBTHBRIDOI HIRALO INQ LIMITED US 6th Strset LsthfcrUfrf Buchactn President and Managing Director John Tonance Business Manager Business office Rdltortol Offlco Subscription Batooi per per year by per year by year by por year to MM 1U4 of expiry of subscriptions pear dally on address Accept ance of papers explratiiB data M our authority to continue THE PROGRESS OF THE The Italians and can now definitely claim victory against the according to the The Austrian drive has been definitely and important ground regained by the The Austrians are massing fresh presumably for another big On the western front there have been no new developments within the past few Raiding operations have brought in prisoners for the al TAKE A HOLIDAY VISIT THE joining with Cardston Magrath and have planned from July 22 to 27th the first amal gamated fair In the Province of Al and as such It is attracting a great deal of Its success be a spuri toother to attempt with the end in view of providing at number of really good agricultural exhibitions throughout the province which will be an asset to our agricultural indus If for no other reason than to help out the experiment and make it a everybody within a radius of 100 miles should visit Lethbridge during the We can assure everyone that it will be a visit which will combine pleasure with Lethbridge is preparing to entertain the largest crowd in its Ac commodations at reasonable prices will be available for Take a visit the THE FOOD VALUE OF Contrary to the unfounded impres of many fish is anything But low in food In It is rich in protein and to a lesser degree in and is for that reason be classed where one mlgbt among the In its protein statistics dicate that fish is practically on a level with as has been it is chiefly for its its bodybuilding and maintaining that meat Is eaten Because of this any period when of la an consumption of fish will pro Tide an equivalent supply of Many kinds of fish are also like meat in containing The propor tion varies considerably with differ ent Thus the flesh of the cod contains less than 1 per the fat being largely in cod whereas the flesh of salmon has near ly 13 per of As an It may be said that fish contains about 14 per Despite the fact that fish contains less fat than the flesh of land many Investigators maintain1 that it is at least comparable to meat a source of bodily might not be quite so Indispensable food aa meat to persons work requires extreme physical exer tion on the other it is preferable In the case of persons of for the reason that does not impose a heavy task the kidneys In the elimination of uric acid from tlie The total value of the American tlsh including Alaska and the Insular Js at the present though the latest official figures put the to tal at The that a of these figures repre sents the output prior to the advance in prices resulting from the war seems to justify and estimate of approxi mately aa the value of thu United States output at the pres ent This total of oqujparfs value of the fish crop Canada Great Russia In 1911 Germany Scan and Japan SENATOR NICHOLS AND THE As was to be of the Canadian Manufac turers Association Is coming in for quite some attention on the port of the farmers of the West owing to his statement made In lhe convention of h6 association that tho bo ng ilble to raise wheat at SO cents a were profiteers n the country when they sojfl their product nt The Grain Growers official organ of tHo organized farmers of the deals with Nichols In this manner Senator Frederick head of the Canadian General Electric Com pany and the Canada Foundry Com and a director of other Industrial financial con cerns In the says that the aver cost of producing a bushel of wheat a 80 nnd that becauee the Government fixed tho price of wheat at per West ern farmer has been making profits at the rate of 200 to 300 per per He has it all figured otlt like He gnve the convention of the in Montreal last week the benefit of his calculations on this sub in the course of a speecli which tried to show why the farmers and manufacturers should get together a little more closely future than they have been in Senator Nichols1 idea is getting together has always been based possibil ity of dividends and he sought a natural medium in trying to present an argument to his fellow many of like had had the advantage of shell contracts from the first Imper ial Munitions There is to off set any idea that happens to find an open crevice in the brain of a man like Senator whose mind is about as susceptible to a contrary Impression as one of his steel boiler plates is to the single blow of a trip The fact that the cost of producing wheat on the Western plains since the outbreak of war has increased so and the even at per has been so that there are many farmers who have lost money and lost There is this cru cial difference between the grain grower and the manufacturer of mun like Senator Nichols that in the one the crop of shells is al ways and in the other the crop of wheat depends very large ly upon the beneficence of Provi the initial con tract for shells with the Imperial Munitions Board took into considera tion the manufacturers entire cost of including the establish ment of his He could not lose anything ii he how if Senator Nichols took up graingrowing on the Western plains and we certainly may expect him very soon since he has discovered the prevailing rate of profits to be at 200 to 300 per Providence would shine upon him juet as beam ingly as the Government baa done ib the That should hold Senator Nichols until the next convention rolls at PICKED Knnsns has recrultod har now hats officers get now at cobt the Granby mine Phoenix auto trucks are now largely used In place of Tenyear terms weref meted out to two Jersey City men who reviled President The of the movies been In voked in thefarm labor campaign across the wife a Paul the shot and killed anegro who entered Quebec City Council Hie1 passed a permitting the street railway to raise Albert drown rituson and Arthur years of were ile bathing at There is a heavy for fail ure to Dont forget that Sat urday is the Did you register today Plenty of time The booths are open till wlll exist for the next six weeksl mostly on Pass the Those proposed stampede railway us of Fin negans on off July 22 to the dates In red on your and attend the fair and Coaldale farmers who voted for the dry law didnt expect it to be so bone dry teens tobe in that A Red Deer man arrested for Any man who tries that has his nerve In these days of the of All women will get an opportunity to go to the polls on A fine chance to get their hand eyen though they have to we isa Ad vantage to take of the dear Prenldent Gompers of the Americen Federation of who has done so much to create in the minds of Ijla fellowmen ia the States a desire to have labor do toll share in the has showing that hTs course has the support of the union men who look to him for guid workers In Aus tria are atrlWng by the hundred Austria Is fighting for Prussian bondage while Uncle 3am Is fighting with the Allies for the lib erty for which labor unions SIR WHITE HACK F1IOM June Thornai who haa returned from IKtni colirseof aft Interview txpnstta himwlf ac bcjng well tatlsfied with the re of trip to The minister announced tftaf he able to certain which will heldful Tlie next annual meeting of the National council of Women will be held in This year one green house at Kol owna raised over a million tomato An additional of land has been commandeered by Presi dent Wilson for a naval proving ground at Indian The late millionaire steel manufacturer of left for war sufferers in Northern France and John editor of the Gaelic New has been de prived of mail privileges on account of an article denouncing At present mines in East Kootenay are shipping double the of ore to Trail smelter that Rossland mines Joseph Shewfelt died at the home of her of at the advanced age of 85 years and 6 Hundreds of thousands of pounds of meat intended for use on American furnished Wilson and of have been re jected becauee not In good Joseph aged and Lyman both of Brace were charged with the murder of Theodore an aged Northern tFrom Our Own Correspondent June The work on the new bank building is now proceed ing apace and the contractor expects to have the roof on this week The bank officials hope to be in and all in working order by the end of Noble has been a business visitor here from Montana this The who travels in the interesto of the Robertsons Col of was In the ore district on Wednesday and Small A small fire occurred at the stables of Morgenson on It ap pears that some children were play Ing with matches and of course the inevitable The blaze was soon extinguished with some buckets of water aa there to be gpod helpers right at The Lodge here have arrang ed a special program for Dominion Generally our people all igo away for that but yfeir an effort will be made to keep them at The which will fto held In the will consist egg and spoon ladles nai driv ing wheel barrow and three Jigged potato sack obstacle races foe children between the ages of 6 and old mens over slow race for 4 cylinderearn and cylinder tug of football match In ladles vs baby Refresh ments will bo served by tho Red Cross ladles and a rest room for lad les will also be prpvlded in the In the evening the team will put degree 12 tyros liavn already sent in their names to walk the burning There will be a parade in Main street and all the necesuary animals from Ixsth bridge will be The Womens Inutitute held their usual meeting at the home of Noble last a good atten dancje members being and routine biiulnees being put Ou we had u visli from the Deputy Minister wan liuvlng it lojjk over the district to see the condition the crop prospects here If not Hsu In other lu owning dawn m thtifafl ofgSthe soing country east of hafeand also pay vieil tp the eaie In army ed only price of Allk is to be raised to 13c after August 1st In Carl of denaturalized and Half a million dollars worth of crops werewashed away when a level broke at The Postal and Western Union Telegraph Company have agreed to let their workers AH New Yorkstores selling have been to close at 8 by the Federal Food Representatlvjf Kahn Asserts that thi arinyslh Franod by the end otthe year wlil total At Rossland bacon has now got up tp 60 cents a pound and the bakers expect it to go still who was about 73 years of and born in Oxford is The day of the viceregal visit to Barrie was marked by a fire which did damage to the extent of wanted by the Victoria police on a charge of bas been arrested at Red and will be taken there to stand A Tombs trusty asserts that Franz von German tried to enlist his aid in a plot to es cape member the Cleveland School has been sentenced to a ten year term for es pionage at A farmer of Peel county and a veterinary surgeon is suffering from the effects ot anthrax which has been discovered In that Andrews College will bS quar tered In the Knox College buildings on July pending the erection of the formers buildings at York Chambers and Chambers celebrated their golden wedding anniversary at their home in Federal authorities have seized the western graing estate of the late Henry of San val ued at to collect 000 overdue inconjjj Three men iwoman taken into custom accused of stealing from munitions plans and blue prints valuable to the Am erican and Allied following In the furnace of a Ponghkeepsle plant on out of simpecWd for thl fuel Washington hew ore oeit whout an a slice 1 to Ul ntAte on t at Canadas trade decffeMed more tlfwi In the two months ot the Oical yeat1 April and May ns period lust1 i Tke Dairy ProdnceGoitunl8slon hie bt Weotenod condensed forJune dellvory1 at case of H4 tins provincial superinteiidertt of Edmontofl ftftef of a yeaFe dura tion with the endowment reported re An to he known at the Seattle Girls Victory will be given at the Naval Training camp at during the week of July Private a mental patient at the military hospital threw him self in front of train 94 of the Grand near Tor and was Instantly Eight hundred volumes of The Finished Mystery went up in smoke In in the city incinera The books were In three trunks which were unclaimed at the railway offices Fifteen ladles of the Military Ser vice Committee are on voluntary duty at Niagara camp for one week at a at Petawawa the Pem broke to about the same num render Charleis manager and part owner of Prince Albert Trading and his son aged were killed when their automo bile over a 12foot embank about two miles east of the city on the Colleston The most curious club that ever was formed saw Its organization on I April It is called the Canadian Officers and the address is The thoce officers who were taken by the Germans at in i BAPIISMECI Allled tfte1 followjlnVreVolutlon whereas each iday Beryw tp1 BtjfWoe nmUConflrra ot the fliAHfeMftut wo1 as a Sealat nv may stfstafneM the worTd tho jfightf ul lUjertleajjBT ThfthTcitidr earn6at ftttoutlon of ne ibiiy do of fir to preachers who might be in a posi tion to cover a certain A resolution recognizing the excellent work of the eiillant soldiora in was also Regret Resignation An expression of regret WHS made in the form of a at tbc loss of Miss Whltesldc us hotid of the girls department at Brandon HAIL INSURANCE BE PREPARED FOLLOWS HOT INSURE NOW There is saving Only reliable companies repre Gibbons Company Phone 1191 Balmoral Block WOULD BE INAPPROPRIATE JUtte yesterday recelt letter from IM the the proposed by the Would bq InapfrrOp fartherexpresses there dOtlbtS as to the lagalltjr of J ktfc A A A A m A A A AIL Exp 1917 PRESBYTERIAN Knox Church Corner 4th end Sin Street Capt Pastor Acting Regular cervices at 11 and 10 Boys Big Sisters Bible Big Brothers Bible Other Department of Sun day School 4 Chineso THE UNITED CHURCH OF NORTH LETHBRIDGE Pastor 1271 5th Phone 1669 10 Class Meeting for Boys and 10 Boys Dent of the In the 11 Topic The Dcstrt Converted tp a 3 Beginners and Primary of the in the 2 Girls ot In tho Adult of the in the Topic Moving PENTECOSTAL PENTECOSTAL ASSEMBLY 206 Thirtoiih Pastor 367 Services and Tuesday and 8 Evangelist and Scott lu Hearty to AfBOPIATED B v 8 Study The Atonement Bstween God and followed by prayer and tustl mony fissts He f METHODIST Wegley Church Residence 320 llth Phonsa Church Study 408 Claude Director 11 Morning The Title Deeds of i 12 noon Bible School and Bible Class Evening The Truest of will preach at both ser ANGLICAN Cyprians Church lltn arid Mh 8 Rector H Sunday rnj 3 EVENSONG Holy and 3rd days at 2nd and 4th Sundays at 11 Sundays at 4 CHRISTADELPHIANS Meet In the Moose Higinbotham Entrance 5th and 2nd Sundays at 10 To Break Bread In Remembrance of the Lords and at To Proclaim the Glad Tidings of Kingdom Subject Tha of Cfnlng of the JoJih 686 asm Sunday 34 Evening Nubjeot The Plvine Everybody Welcome BAPTIST First Baptist Church 3rd and 9th tor Services at 11 and Sunday School at 12 Baptisms at the close of the evening All Welcome Christian Church 3rd and 8th Oliver Pastor 612 Seventh Street South Phone 502 Strength for In tho evening Christian Kndfnvor at Tho Puy Program will rendered ill pjaco of tho preaching service SALVATION ARMY and officers In 11 3 and Sunday 2 8 Coup 2 8 Life Saving Scouts and Guards Citadel Band in Sunday and Everybody Welcome CHRISTIAN SCIENCE CHRISTIAN SCIENCE SOCIETY Hyll 7th f V Cliristlan may be borrowed or The public U norditvlly invited to at Ifnd he church alio to visit tiro rcadiqg MAIL INSURANCE ilN f AVB1B TA HAlt INSUR ANCk LOSSES TOTALLED EVERY LINE COM PANY PAID LOSSES IN SINCE INCORPORA TION THE BRITISH AMERICA ASSURANCE COMPANY HAS PAID OVER IN Doesnt this appeal to you as a good reason why you should In sure with British America Be safe ratter than sorry and apply nowby letter telephone Nekon and Company 416 Fifth Street Lethbridpe HAIL INSURANCE It costs NO MORE to in sure No LESS one month ONLY THE BEST AND MOST RELIABLE COMPANIES REP POLICIES WRIT TEN IN OUR IMMED IATE ANY PROMPT SETTLfr Insure NOW Wilson Farm Phone 1343 Building FARMERS You know that rain at this time of the after a contin ued spell of dry IB almost invariably accompanied by This has been shown by the recent Hall Storms In North Eastern 00 NOT DELAY Be Protect your Cropi right away in the strongest Brit ish Company licensed In tlio Western Canadian Hail HAIL INSURANCE I ncognized as one of the ex lKTiHcH of and you arc nly running tin iinnioriHsury rink in putting off gnlllnii cover We want your bunineas and givo you in exchange Service and Security We are Local Agents for the Employers Liability Assurance tlMITID XlNDERWRITEBO AGENCY uiifl other Iimur auttt and can cover WRITE ARTHUR MITCHELL Phone 449 Conybeare Block LETHBHIOGt at ;