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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - May 5, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOUR THE LETHnRinOE DAILY HERALD SATURDAY, MAY 5. 1flt7 %etbbnb&c Deralb XctbDri&flc, Hlbcrta DAILY AND WEEKLY Subscription Ratei: Dally, delivered, per week ..... 10c Dally, delivered, per year ......15.00 Dally, by mall, per year ........$4.00 Weekly, by matt, per year ......$1-60 Weekly, by matt, por year to U.S..**.tf� merit of tlie VoM. Hut wo believe tho former would l>t> willinp to accept n fixed price for liis products* provided the market prices of wlint he had to buy were pquitnhly fixed. W'c know that the farmer Is jn�f os patriotic as the tioxl man. and is doing: his very best in his owu way to help win tho wnr. It appears as if the fixing of food prices were coming very soon. Lot ft not stop at the fixiim of food prices; let the prices of other commodities bo fixed as well. If that is done on a fair comparative basis, there will be no ! slackening In production on the pari TELEPHONES Business Oiflco............... 1362 Editorial Office ............... 1224 W. A. Bucnanar; President and Manapittc Director. John Torrance. - Business Manager. Dates of expiry of subscriptions appear dc'ly on address label. Acceptance of papers after expiration data ! aur authority to continue Ui� subscription. of the rarmer. And if the fixing of prices does come, let us have practical men at the head of affairs, in tho departments of trade, labor and agriculture, men fti whom the farmers and consumers have confidence, .ittd let them orcani/.e to secure co-operation that will win the war. We have muddled through long enough. ^ cur Klnn end Countr* right now! neod you THE PROGRESS OF THE WAR Phillip (tibbs extols the Canadians for their magnificent victory in cain-Inz the village of Kresnoy. surround-1ns; >>>.�. toAvn und taking the Uerinans in surprise Within a few weeks Canadians have gained immortal glory by (anturinc Three of the strongholds of the Germans hi front of the Hinden-hiii'g line, namely. Vimy. Arleux and I'r- stiDv. In Kresnoy the Germans had concentrated for a counter-attack on Arlettx. which was to be taken at all rs;>. The Canadians, however, forestalled this attack, ami capturing the cher village into the bargain, took many of the Germans prisoners. Tie British line is slowly beins THE TRUTH ABOUT FREE WHEAT When free wheat was announced by the Ottawa government, it was a "war measure." nothing less. Government journals labored loud and long to con vlnce us that it was a ''war measure.' Tf we didn't believe it was a war mea sure it was because we were hidebound Grits and couldn't or wouldn't see it that way. It is therefore refreshing to pick up a western Conservative paper that unconsciously tells us the truth. The editor of the Moose Jaw News, the only Conservative daily now in captivity in Saskatchewan, has recently been in Ottawa, and in a series of four articles, is giving his impressions of things in general. In his second article on "The Political Outlook.'' he talks at some length on the political outlook, then switching to fre? wheat says: How does the East take free wheat? TI1K HEAR: WHY DIDN'T YOU THAT IX 19141" THINK OF nuthorltos to the school teachers distribution among tho children. for At tho scrvlcos in tho Waterloo Methodist church the urgency of conserving the food supply In overy possible way was emphasized by tho pastor, Hov. V. M. Mathers, who nti-nouneud (hut at n congregational mooting a resolution hail been passed recommending that uo food be used timiflt'flssnrlly, and that no food ho Horvotl fit ftituro at church functions of tho church, & the annual meeting of tlio A. MnoDoiiahl Company, Ltd., nt Winnipeg, the nnmml report was presented anil nil the old 7,51� mid In 1015, $:!7,a09,150. From the New York Tribune. ^PICKED UP IN �* PASSING FOR the busy MAN pushed forward north and east of Ar-jVery well, indeed. The protests have. r;,s in spite of the most strenuous all things considered, been exceedfng- � , , ,, -ri , ,- >-mn,.. ,T fi,i,H�.'l!' few' an~> per cent.! i of it. And 33 per cent, of the total j i passed through the Lethbridge yards, | on Its way to the world's markets. A mil | the business being done by the towns! and cities of Southern Alberta proves that the figures are right. A voluntary increase of two cents an hour has been granted to the1 Brantford municipal street railway,. the maximum now being twenty-five j cents per hour. No bottled beer is to be sold in future in the Canadian regimental insti-| tutes in England. With a view of food economy the hours for the sale of food have been curtailed. Hit on the head by a falling timber, while playing with some other ehil- j dren around a lumber pile, Pearl May Hale, the eight-year-old daughter of i i Edward Hale, of Pine Orchard, Ont., ! was instantly killed. With impressive military ceremonial the remains of Lieut.-Coi. E. E. W. Moore, who was killed In England on April C, when he fell from his horse, were, laid at rest at Hamilton, Lieut. John Ladler, who Is woti-i^ed i nnil is one of eight brothers in khaki, and one of three reported missing. lie w;:s >t. business will: Balrd and Botterell Grain company at Calgary before enlisting. j The food controller. Lord Deven-port, has ordered that after May 9, maize, barley and oats, and their products are to be used only for seed or for human and animal food. Tapioca, sago and arrowroot will be restricted to use as human food. The last wish of Baroness Rosa von Zimmerman of Log Angeles-that tho arteries in her wrists be opened aftor death to insure against her being burled alive-were carried out, and her funeral took place on Sunday. Her _ estate totals more than $3,000,000. CANADA RECRUITING IN SAN Lleut.-Col, C. S. Bullock, of Ottawa, FRANCISCO HAS BEEN STARTED a clergyman holding combatant offl- San Francisco, May 3.-A Canadian cer's rank, Is organizing a comniem- navai recruiting station has been op- oration service on tho ISOth of May for eued here. Posters advertising for i the 372 Canadians who have died in some of natural-born British subjects England. Flowers will be placed on to join tho volunteer reserve of tho tho graves of theso men scattered BRITISH SUBJECTS IN U. S. MAY BE CALLED London, May 2.-James McPherson. parliamentary secretary to the war office, stated in the house of commons today the British commissions now In the Unlted'States was considering what steps should be taken to require British subjects of military age, ordinary and temporary residents of the United States to report themselves for military duty in'Great Britain. Cauadiuu navy are displayed, throughout tinglnnd. Don't SCOUR Your Teeth TTSE a tooth paste that ^ cleans and polishes in a natural way-get Mennen's. Mennen'a Is free from grit and all injurious substances. It thoroughly cleans the teeth and removes stains and tartar. And then there is the fresh cool after-taste that is so agreeable compared with the "druggy" sickly taste of so many dentifrices. Mennen's with its zip and Uog la the man's favorite. Sold by Drtifci'ti. If ttaabfe t:> obtain it readily, send 10c. and we v/itl send you s Demonstrator tubo containing enough to enable you to give t/i/i Dentifrice a thorough trial. Write today. Selling Agent* for Canada HAROLD 1*. RITCHIE ft CO, LIMITED 10 h McCaul Street, Toronto Canadian Factory: Montr Ml LIVE FOREVER Says DR. WILEY In a recent lecture. Dr. Harvey W. Wiley, the noted chemist and food expert, said: "If you mix whole wheat products with milk you can live forever." What Dr. Wiley undoubtedly means by "Live forever* it the fact that whole wheat with milk contains the proper elements for sustaining life without the addition of other foods. Krumbles is the whole of the wheat, thoroughly toasted, and has a delicious flavor. IOC Look for f*/� Slgnaturt TO All Wheat lendy io Eat jSont/alUsltais Sk | TORONTO. :�fi]CTE_^ 'c; Hi Si ?! 16! IS H: w. c *i �! S: a Ui 81 I! O. Oj �: w E-i ci # �! itti: :�i Si io; V^MATTRESS is as ood today as when. I bought it thirty-years ago." C'The whole family hak enjoyed years of restful, refreshing sleep on our OSTERMOOR MATERESSBSe-and I have not spent one penny in fixing them up. C'They have never needed renovating, and have never matted nor become lumpy in all the 30 years we have been sleeping on them.: C."Except for an occasional sunbath, my OSTERMOORS get practically no attention. Yet they have retained their even softness and their elasticity throughout all these years. C"Is it any wonder that I am enthusiastic over the OSTERMOOR, and recommend it to everyone who wants the luxury of restful sleep?" CThe OSTERMOOR MATTRESS is made of "a thousand sheets of down." It is built-not stuffed-in layers of finest selected, long fibre cotton felt, pressed into casing of the highest grade artistic ticking. THE PRICE IS $16 in Canada as well as in tlie United States. And every OSTERMOOR Is readily distinguished by the binding around the edges, bearing the name "OSTERMOOR" (as shown around this advertisement). You cannot be too particular in looking for this distinguishing mark. CAsk your dealer for it or write to us for the name erf your nearest agent. Buy a Banner Spring at the same time and thus secure the best combina* tion for comfortable sleep. The Alaska Bedding Co., Limited Calgary Makers of Bedsteads and Bedding WINNIPEG Regina 131W ft i ;� & p P 1 I i! Mi  Oj 1 is: "Aiaeku on an article means High Grade Every Particle" w,, ,g, ;