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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - June 25, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta TUESDAY, lUNK 25. 1918 THE LETHRHIDGK DAILY Ifl-RALD PAGE SEVEN LATEST NEWS OF LETHBRIDGE AND THE SURROUNDING DISTRICT m.mnm TO GIVE SEED 10 SOI PARIS (top Unfavorable - Farmers Hope to Get Seed and Feed at Least GREAl PROGRAM BEING LINED UP FOR STAtEDE Xext to the Bucocss ot iho Itnllan ncky Strike is in the city today He Ftatea that while his summer fal low is still standing well, and would make a fair crop -witii immediate rain, all land which waK not summer tallowed is practically gone, and tliorc la bound to be hardship in that district as a rOKuU. The Lucky Strike district bad practically a crop failure laBt year. On top of th!.s, the govern-luent'a recent order that all wheat held by fanners .should bo diapo.^od of, has cleaned the district out ot flood, and unless rain comes and enough wheat is raised for seed this year, the government will be com-poUod to step in and furnish seed for next spring. The sheepmen are busy making ar-rangomonts to ship their bands to tlio mountains for the sninnior in order to conserve what pasture there 1:1 on their range. Sovernl bands will bo unloaded a,t Burmis tliis week. The Cattlo. The cattle ranchers report tliat their cattlo arc looking extraordinarily well.' Though there -has been little growth on the ranges this spring, there was plentyloorT !e plunging into tlie final 'letalls for the fair, determined that it -wll! ha the big success bo believoa it will be. One of the big days at the fair will bo Travellers' llay when the local council, over lOti strong, will stage their first big fair meet here. Ar rangcmenls are under way to provide an attractive program. A batu\ has been engaged and the world will know on that day that the l\nlghts of the (Jrlp ot the live bunch they are known to be. It is poBsiblo that the Rotarlana will join with the traveilors to stage a number ot novel stunts that will prove an attract Km to tli great crowds. The trave.llora aUo liave arranged to take charge of the rest room for the week, and they will ba ready to serve tea to the tired holiday crowds. Good Program. Mr. Moore states that the Stlmpsdo program looks better nv^vy day, and this morning he announced that Chester Byers, the world's champion trick ropor, would be on hand. Treading on Byere" heels will be Tex. JIcLeod, who disputes IJyera' cliampionship, and an interesting competition between these two may hi fixpdct.3d, with the local roping celebrity, Stanley Whitney, giving them a chase tor tlie money. Capt. Sutherland ot the Kngineers is in the city today arraneing for the final repairs on the stable, held for l)arracks for the 78th Baf.cry. When these three stables are put in condition all will bo ready for the arleln-�vats of the four-footed '.rilies lo cc-cnjiy them. CANADIAN $5,00 BILL BRINGS $582.00. Down In New York the other day Mr. It. G. Long, (Bob Long) of R. O. Long and tlompany, Limited, Toronto, was walking along Hroatlway and stopped to liston to a man on the corner who was auctioning off whatever l�issors-by gave him for the benefit of tlio Red dross. Mr. Long banded up a $5.00 Canadian note to the auction-err and said: "Sen what yon of absence, by applying to c Rice ,)oiu-h, care the tTnlted Grain (Irowrrs, Ltd.. Calgary. Mr, Rice Jonc! is the agricultural representative for this district acting in an advisory ciiiiaciiy lo the military. Farmers who lieiieve they THE CANADIAN SALT CO, LIMITED are cntilled to ixfni|>tion or leave of absonce can apiily i'l Mr. Klce .lotios fithi^r in person or in writing and their cases will rei'civc prompt and careful attention. In niu.st cases lawyers In this province who undertake his well as money to give this advice liuvc to obtain it from Mr. Rice Jones before they can give it to the farmers and the farmers niiglit better apply direct and save th.clr money hcsidi's receiving liotter Kcrvicf:. It has liecn reported that in some districts the price set for getting exemption is set l-,y lawyers iit $101).00 to $200,011. Any lawyer undcriaking to got a farmer (!xp!iiptlon unless that farmer is entitled to Ihr siime under llic published rulings of the (!overii-inent. is a fraud. "Gold Brick" Proposition. Locals should also warn their mem. hers against, the wiles of tiu' stock selilnK agent. Tlicre arc agents out selling stock In different parts of the province for companicM wlilcli have not received tlie authori?atioii of the /'nbllc ntlliti(?.s Commissioners, ['"ar-1 mors will be well advised to nppiy lo I the I'ubllc CtllUics Commissioners. Parliament Buildings, Kdmontoti, for Information in regard to companies iu which they are asked to buy stock. Some of the concerns In which the farmers have been Induced to invest arc of the "Gold Brick" variety. The [arlago "fiOok Hofore you leap" is lime-ly in tills connection. Agricultural Relief of the Allies. An apiieal la being made to farmers and agricultural organizations throughout Canada to assist the Agricultural Relief ot the Allies' J'\ind. This is a funil which is being raised througliont the British Hmpire with the oi)ject of assisting farmers In the devastated areas of the Allied countries to make a new start. Farmers in UreaT Britain are ('ontrlhutlng seed, grain, livestock, and farm machinery, nr. ,las. W, Robertson is the chairman of the C.auadian branch of tlie fUiul and Alex. Gal-bralth. Department of Agrlitulture, I2d-monton. Is honorary secretary for Alberta. The fund is entirely a voluntary effort and was Initiated by the Royal Agricultural Society of i'higland. Practical help and encouragement la, however, being given by the British and French Gbvernmeiits. The French Government has resumed responsibility for the carriage and equitable dls. irlbutlon of each shipment on its ar rival In l''rance and other Governments in other Allied coiintrica are prepared to do the same. ROTARY CLUBS IN CONVENTION Kansas Cily, ^lo , June 2i).-With more ihau five thousand visitors herp and mme loining on every train, tho _ win-tlie-w.ir i onvmition of the Inter-i national Association of Rotary Club? was formally oiieiied today. The an nual address of the lu'esidenl was giv. en by Rev. K. Leslie Pidgeon ot Winnipeg, :\Iau.. after which cnme tlif prosenlatioii of international officerr and delegates from overseas. Amoup the latter were Andrew llomc-Mortoii president of the British Associatior of Rotary Clubs, and Thomas Stephen son, au lildinburgh editor. TERRIFIC TEMPEST San Salvador, June 25.- Great damage has been caused in Zacatecoluca and San Vicente by a tempest of unprecedented severity. Many houses were rared and a large area of the country at the foot of San Vicente volcano was devastated by an avalanche of volcanic mud from the slopes of the mountains. Many bodies of the people caught in the inundations have been swtpt down the Lempa River. G. F. Rogers, principal ot tbo, collegiate inetitute at London for the past five years, has resigned to accept a position as provincial inspector of high schools. IN THIS UPON WIFE'S DRESSER Warns Women Against Cutting Corns and Says They Lift Right Out. Because stylo decrees that women crowd and buckle up their tender toes iu high heel footwear they suffer from corns, then they cut and trim at tho.se painful peats which merely makes the corn grow hard. This suicidal habit may cause lockjaw, and women are warned to atop it. A fow drops ot a drug called ffeezono applied directly upon ^ a sore corn.1 gives quick relief and soon the entire corn, root and all, lifts out without pain. Ask tho drug store man for a quarter ot an ounce of froezono, which coats very little but is sufficient to remove every hard or soft corn or callus from one's teot. This drug la gummy but it dries in a moment nnd simply shrivels up the corn without inflaming or oven irritating tho surrounding tissue or akin,-AdvortisoineuL WAIERWORKS DEPT. Reorganization ot the management ot the waterworks utility whereby the public utilities department under Com-mlsaionor Freeman will bo given more diroot control of the pumping operations was effected at a meeting o� tho city council on Monday afternoon. Under the new arrangement Commissioner Freeman's department will havo charge ot all the operations in tho waterworks department until the water enters tho force niains. Heretofore, tho utiUtlefi department has been responsible only for the pump Ing o� the w;ater. Now however, It win be for Commissioner Freeman to take charge of the Intake, the filtration plant, the pumping, and everything until the water is forced into the mains tor distribution. As a result of Uiese changes an In-croase Jn the charges paid by the waterworks department to the utilities department for pumping has been granted. The old rate wae cents per thousand gallons. The new rate will be 4.S cents. In addition the utilities department will receive a sum approximating $8[)00 per annum to pay for the caro of the Intake, the filter plant, repairs to the pumps, etc. Altogether the coat of tho water to the waterworks department will now be about 5.75 cents per thousand gallons. Part ot the increase is made up by tho increased coBt of coal and the incroaaod wages being paid the men of tho power bouso. The council also docldefl yesterday to confirm the rates set some time ago tor .metered water, but a discount ot 20 per cent, will be allowed. This will make an increase of about 30 per cent being paid by the users ot motored water. Mayol- Hardle was not In attondancn at youtorday'a meeting. He was not at his oftlco today, but rsporte at the city hall were that be was conaiacr-able better and expected to be down tomorrow. ,�,>a..�..t�*�*"�.i LEMON JUICE TAKES OFF TAN Girls! Make bleaching lotion if skin is sunburned, tanned or freckled Squeoze the juice ot two lemons into a bottle containing .throe ounces of orchard white, shako well, and you havo a quarter.pint ot the host freckle and tan lotlou, and comploxlon boautl-Jier, at very, very small cost. Your grocor lias tho lomoim and any driis Btoro or toilet counter will supply three ounooB of orchard white tor u tew cents. MilsBago thlB swootly fra. grunt lotion into the taeo, neck, arms and hands each ^iay and see how freckles and blenilshus disappear and Iiow oloai'i soft and white the skin bo-aumuB. Yes! U is hannlen8.-Advor^. CHAPLAINS FOR AIRMEN Toronto, June 25.-~For the first limo since the Royal Air Service has boon established In Canada, chaplain^ havo been allotted to them. Major Crawford Brown and Captains J. W. Motcalf, J. R. Qraliam and W. E. Cameron have been appointed chaplains In tho Canadian Expeditionary Force and assigned to duty with tho Royal Air Force. NOTHING SINISTER London, June 25.-(n a Pekln dispatch to the Dally Mail, the Chinese foreign minister, Lu Chen HsIaVig Is quofe�d as reiterating In an Interview that there is nothing sinister In the Chlno-Japanese agreement, which he declares does not comprise an alliance either defensive or offensive. ' Convicted of having atolaa A quau tity of opium from � liwckvlllo drug store, Nelson Bearfliley, of Montreal was eontoncod by Judge VVallaco to six luonlhs in. ceiiti'ftl prisou. Ideals that Doubly Benefit 'Tis only twenty short years since the Goodyear institution was but a man and an ideal. To-day the man and the ideal are still there-and in the last year Good-, year manufactured and sold more pneumatic automobile tires than any other institution in the world. Such swift progress leaves no doubt as to the benefit we have derived from the ideal on which our business is based. And that benefit has come to us only because the man who buys Goodyear Tires benefits first. With that one fundamental truth we started our business. And so long: ^^^^ business endures we will not depart from it. So you will find, as have thousands of other motorists, that Goodyear Tires incorporate more than mere honesty of material and skill of construction. You will find in them the goodness that is born of the intention of the maker to give value unusual. We believe that ultimately even a greater part of the motoring pubUc will follow the trend of modern motoring-that many more will come to Goodyear Tires. The Goodyear Tire & Rubber Company of Canada, Limited Goodyear Tires, Tubes and Tire-Saver Accessories can be obtained from Goodyear , Service Stations everywhere. Watch for this emblem and. enjoy the benefits of Goodyear Service wherever it is displayed. (JOOD YI.AU, iSiTvice Sunum! MADE CANADA 8454 ;