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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 1, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta SKI" 1, 1917 THK LKTHBIUDGK .DAILY HERALD PACE SEVEN "The Sweetheart off the Corn" This picture and slogan has been familiar to Canadians for over eleven years. It tells the story of the corn used in CORN FLAKES Only the finest com is used and our secret process converts it into a appetizing and sustaining food. MADE IN CANADA. The BatUe Creek Toasted Corn Flake Co., Limited Head Office nnd Factory: London, Orit....... Oxy-Acetylene Welding The modern mcthofl ot uniting metals by heating wilhout hum- comuiii5sion. 11 U'E r.ielnl wo can .weld It. The piece "will bo. strougesL It I: .welded. AV. N.KTJ'ni JZI 6th SI. S. Next ID Herald. WHEAT YIELD is INCREASED. Helena, Weekly LADDER IMS SHUUGHT (Ropilntcd [rom Iho "Illustrated Sunday Falliers. mothers, brothers and sis- ere or our fiGliLluK-mtu. llslou! I uvo often played tlio fool aud joked lor you: I am not Joking loday. I am n earnest. I am as earnest as JeatJi. Tills i.-iornluK, before you cat your jreakfast, before you, mother or taUi- cr, take up the big fculfo to eul Iho bread, I auk you, I ctnplorc you, to what L have Lo say, Tlic Hvcb ot many brave men, Iho "f many womciTand Htlta children may depend tlic Uilcl.neFS of tlic slice and ilie number of slices you cut. Now today nl your breakfast lable, you will help Lo win, or you will help to lose the war. II BCCIIIS ntisurd! We have fcnOM'n so little of the war. we stay-at-homes front Is BO near to us (hat the thunder of its puns might almost reach our we liavc knowo little of the rigour of Iho war, Hint It ecPHia absurd thai anything vre may ilo or leave unilouo in Hie privacy of our own homes cau malic any diricr- enec. 11 will make all tlic difference. For listen! Wt Are (n n Slate of Siege. Uo yun unilcraland? arc la a Stale of BlcEc! That may iiul be so easy to believe, but it Is true, terribly true. All rounil Ihc boulders and cliffs of these ohl Islands lap tbn waves. And here away anil there round our Die keen HUlo eye, the periscope ol the U-boal. Our brave merchantmen still puL out (o sea, our brave broth- ers of (he Dominions, our bravo Amer- ican AHlcs, sllll dare Ihe blocKude. Very many ships get through, Some resist attach successlully, some ore sunk. We are in a stale of siege, We ftro not, wo cannot be, so badly oil as those desolated villages of France and We shall not see uur old men and balilcs rulblessl> f> oo your dressing table, and CTerj'niorn- Ing take from this bubbling foun- tain ol health. I rosy cheeks and a clear compicilcn Hill surely reward tlic dally UK of ABBEY'S NONE ftETRR FOR CHILDREN SOLD EVERYWHERE ABBEY'S VITA TABLETS for pale, Cents a Iloi illowlng (or all our possHjfc FuppJIcs, md tbe probable activity of Ihe U- toats, our Lireacl will out sli recks bcore tho new wheat conies to unless we ccon )inlGc. Unless we economise' Arc we lo tlo that? If not, do you know ho name we deserve? And the economy that means so nuch Is so easy. Eat 1 or bread CSB each week, and the trick done. Jutl lhat; Do lhat, and those ilreaillul weeks ol famine will nev.r bo. Do '------s.', A-.. J slaughtered, and our women ravished, .'crop today by ,lonies desiroj'cd. llul we UIQT our homes destroyed, llul we Cuuimlsgfoncr--ol Agriou'lure C. I know what It is starve. CJreenflcltJ, eliow-yields otboili wiulcr to on with your meal and wheat will be macti bol- ler Hi an had been expected. The hay crop will be above normal. The long drouth lias oifecteii potatoes, which, despite Increased acreage, will fnll below iiormaL TRY. A HERALD WANT AD. ToEurope BATES I HC LlOHAN CflH.Afi'T, hcarlcdly if i'du can. Eat your iill. There is n large loaf on Hie laLIe, aud plenty more nl (.lie baker's. 13ut what will it lie when the baker has ay more? XI wrJto to you today, nol as a Scots comedian., but as a simple man oC the people. Anil Ihe thing I have (o s-aj h very simple antl very lerrlblc. At the present rale of consumption the L bread supply will give oat Lcfore the ticit harvest. Antl after that we may A Terrible Six Weeks. Xalurally I wonted ID be certain before 1 wouJt] slate'n thing like UiaL; the help of Ih'c authorities, have Rol al the lacls. Aflcr carcfu invesIIgalion It appears Inevitable Ll'.al (CONTINUED rsoM FROST 3. A dfrecl lai on land values, in- clulling all natural 4. An nildlUunal lai on a'.l idles laniJ.B, and Ihe lakinc over by ilu; crown or such lands ihe laxos ;ivc iiot promptly paid. 5. A sharply grailuitcil inlieriiaucc- lax on elates of over 0. Tlic removal nf (lit- tariff on all neieb-aarles or life during conJlnu- aocc of war and uuiil ilu- exiiira- lloa of one year aller ihe war. 7, A rnoro general sysietu of fUinR Ihc' yrives of the nefcasariea of lili- siKli as has beeu introduced in ilic case of wheat. S. Thai alt munUIon factorlof. all means of tiausiiorfaUon snJ tatlon, and .ill other wealth ol ihi.' coutjlry sliail laken over ly tho during the prosecution ot Ihe war aud for at least, one year ar- ler lUc war. The necessity for tonscriiillng wealth la; 1. Thai Ihc costs of the war should tie paid as the war progresses so Iliat tfio soldiers who are noiv maklns sac- riflcca at tho Ironl w3H uui It retjulr- t'J lo luakc further satrifn-cs when Ihey return In lUe way ol nnyinK (he tests of the war. Furthermore, those who remain nt home shuuU he requir- '.o as well as (lie men al the front. 2. la order lhat tite FniilciHc Fund may he taken over by HJD am} the necessary money by taxation Instead ol by luss and other thariiiiblc mctlioils as cl prcacni. 3. So that separation of i tho wives of soldiers miehl lie tncreas- .hat. and ive may laugh al the IT- cd to a. minimum of ppr month joats. Do thai and there will still be J instead of wLic-Ii Is paid al iirc- arcad In the larder when our women i sonl. :arm Nvorkere sing the next 4. Jo order ilint penslona to wl- j dews, mothers anu Lolally There is Nothing Like it, Nothing that can take the place of t'JFablcd may he increased lo It Is a liUte thing lo of D.I. und !t mcaua so much. The priori is small Jioo per rcoiith with an addillonal al- on the parl ot each one of but wn-. lownncc of per monlli for each arc million on million strong. "Arc rhllrt: In order that targer ren- .here many of a llritish olficer i may granted lo ihosc who arc was asted by an old French peasant j paniaHv woman In a reconquered village. Site j nail grown to think the vi's full In ordm that (lie returned voter- may be generously jjrovidcrt for nns may e generousy provci or of all-conquering Huns, and that this during the war and lor at least one dareduvll Drlilflh jialrol must ysar after Ihe war be driven back. replied the demand thai "all and prl- officer, EP-luttng, "there arc l-vo mil- lion ol us." And lio have add- ed, I hope, thuL those vast arc all the solid millions of the BrlllEh race. Stand to the Bread Line! U is ihe minions of lime c'iorln j that counl. Say lli'ere are 00 millions of peopiu in these Islands! Thai will' mean a saving of mUltou pounds of i bread a week! "Toii Inay rernrmber ii; ont oC rny arllclcs about a fellow who put bis tool In front, of one of the sources of tho Thames anrf cried, "See, I have slop- ped the Thames! nvlll Ihey say in a fool. Uul suppose lhat aU6ne -jBoment Hie re were fifty millions of 113 flamming all Ihe liny Eources nf ilift Tlmmes! Tbat would make a difference! Put down vales uc considered equal in point of and receive equal pensions. s Herpicide If you arc troubled with dandruff, falling hair or itchy scalp, there is a world of comfort in NEWBRO'S HERPICIDE. -Try it. One application will convince. The feelinK of cwlncsa, ihe f of cleanliness ar.rt the exquisite odor aro Ibings j'o-j cannot forget. HERPICIDE is an efficient dandruff eraJicalor, a delightful heir t t dressing, a cleanser and an anliscjitic, 'I NEWBRO'S HERHCIDE hair a and luxuriance that is always 'associated with the use of Uiu Eealp ptophy- _ _, iaclic. Hair lhat isn't healthy carnoi be it pretty ard attractive-.IIEKPICIDE by rendering the scalp sweet and clean, inalcea the hatr healthy ar.d it It is indispensable lo Iho loilot-not a luiury, but a SENOlTo BOOKLET CQia mi WOMB la cxpo-rd t4 the atU-Vi of diMrnfT irfckh [s roalajioui aivt tr cioe oucof hundred mOricr Jt'a aar-oiicew. The tartlet p-jblisked by Tin Cuopuir. on biu iLs cart, b of ietrnte internl. end HEKPICIDE U MtrelatioB to ill A auntie brtu'eof KF.WilHOS UEKUClDtt ia-1 lie booklet trill Le Dpoa ol TVo OnU in or "ihfr tu corcr real of tkcilsz ltd icilliir. Address TUB lltJIHClDE CO.. 'Applications at the better barber shops antf Bcauif Pdrfors, DemafMJ Genuine GET SPECIAL D. hIGhNBOTHAM 4 CO., LTD. VULCAN. fFrom Tlie Ailvocalc.) Harvesting Js In lull swing and un iiloa) conditions. A flhovvcr which was heavy in somo parts of Hie district fell on Saturday night but it has not tn any way helil up (he work, Help Is Rufffctem. up lo inc prosenl nnd Ihe fanners have not ei- prrlcnteil auy difficulty >lu havjog Ibolr wantr, filled. your 50 million .Jett! Save your pound ot bread antl aam Jbe U-boat campaign1, "Seel" you cry. as you register your weekly omy, "I have tiaulked a U-boat! What they say In i liuni-diilly 1 am sure that never :i I crust goes now Into the dustbin, llut if there ever fihould. remember as you throw away the precious piece to repeat your Devil's orison: 'There' yncs tho life of a. Drilbh soldier: It's Up ID You. while bread is essential, it is not necessary thai it should all he wuealcn bread. There are many substitutes. Many n Scots plough- man lives almost entirely an oatcake; andr as I have told yo'J, oalcake, is quile easy (o bake. Home of you ma> be loo busy to ba'xe, and to meet yonr need J think all bakers should sell plenty of oat- FARM LANDS Of (he Hudson's Cpro end Calgary and Ed moo too Co. FOR SALE The H. Macbeth Agency -Mr. R Hilton. ofCaJgary, 13 loading (wo ear loatis uf here today. Mr. HJHon JDfonns us lhat since lie com- menced dolnt; business in thla town. 10 months ago be lias handled over Sl-10.000 worth of livestock. Y. JVHEN USING 'WILSON'S FLY PADS BEAD DIRECTIONS CABEFULLr A.T Far more effective than Sticky Fly Catchers, Clean lo handle. Sold by Drugfiistsanil Gcocera everywhere. cake and bannocks, as well as the reg- inay "iBtioa you should nil bcon-'cal porrldBc tor if lhat ivere a sacrifice! I have often IJved M'liole glorious day on parrilcL hoi Lool: well at your loaf before you ciit, and think ivliat It means? It means life, or death. There is a shortage of potatoes; In Tact Ihc pola- toes are almost gone. No matter! We feel ihe loss, but we can live without cannot live without bakers use theirs! and parrilch colil. You can do much with niaiic (Indian You can do .much with rice. Lentils, beans, and dried pease ore dear now, I know but some of you can do much with these. Use your wits, aud let our PRESBYTERIAN .1 ____, Knox Church 4th Ave, and Blh Street Rev. Capt, A. H. Denoon. Pastor W. F. Burnt, Acting Pntor- Regular cervices at II a.m. and 7.30 p.m. 10 a.m.: Boys Department, 12.30 a.m. Dig Sisters' HJblo Class, 2.00 p.m.: BJe Hrothcra1 13lblc Claaa. I.OD p.m.: Other Departments of Sun- day School 4 p.m.: Chlnceo Class. THE UNITED CHURCH OK NORTH LETIIBK1DGE Rev. E, J. Hodafni, B.A., 1ZH Ave, N, Phone 1659 10 a.m.: Class for Doya nnd Girls. 11 a.m.: fnlcrc-egsory Service. of Adflreas: "The Dignity of Work.1 2 HcRlnncrs antl Primary Dcpls, ol Ihe Sunday School. Other Depla., of Iho Sundny Bchool. 7.30 Topic: "Capital and Labor-" METHODIST Wesley Church Rev, Chas. E, Cragg, B, D., PjTtor, ncsldcncc 320 lllh St. S, Phono -101. II a.m.: Topic. "Ood's Effectual Pres- ence With His People." 3 p.m.: All Dcpls. of Sunday School. 7.30 p.m.: Topic, "A Min'i Value lo Society." With reference to the subject of lahnr. CHRISTIAN SCIENCE First Church of Christ Scientist Hull Block, 7th Street S- Sundjy Service at i.rn. Subject; Wednesday Evening, Teatltnony most- Ing at 8 p.m. The rcaiUng room Is open daily ex- cept Sunday and legal holidays, from 3 lo p.m. Hare, the hfbte anil author- ized Christian Sclcnco llleraliira mar be read, liorrowd or purcbaseiJ. Tho public la cordlnlly Invllecl to al tsnd Iho church eenrlces, alao to visit the rcadlnf room. ANGLICAN f____ St. Cyprian's Church tor. 11th Street and 8th Ave. South. Rev. Canon W. V. McMhkn, E.A., Rector m. Suntfiy School -ni Bible 3 p.m. EVKNSO.N'O 7.30 p frr. A.AT. Rpccfal "Lj'jsr." F.M.: Service nnd Jntcrccsslon, totlY nnd 3rd Sun- Jayj? fil nnu 4Mi it H t.m. Sunday a ftl 4 p.m. BAPTIST FJral Baptist Church Cer. 3rd AVI. tnd 91h St. S. Rev. C. Btker, Ait fir Hcv. C. linker iclll prcnrli at both Rorvlccs. Communion Service nL the close of Iho urcnlnK ncrvlcc, All Are Christian Church Cor. 3rd and 8th St. 9, Frank A, Andrtwi, Mlnliter. Residence, 7Vh St. S. Phone 1547. 10.30 R.m.: Ulblc School lollowcil liy prcnclilng nnil communion. Subject "The Lord's Day." 7.33 I'rcachlng scrvlco. Subject "What Must I Do to be BELIEVERS Ourflman's Hall, 418 13th at. North. Believers asaciDtlQ on the U Day for thA of hi U a .ni. Buntfay School at 3 p.m. tojpel Preaching at p.m. PENTECOSTAL Pentecostal Mission (Apostolic Faith) Cor. 5lh Ave. and 18th SI. N- Rev. C. M. Neve, Pastor. Sunday at 11 a.m. and p.m. Tuesday tincl Thursday al S p.m. Divine Healing. U Gaming Soon. A HEA.HTY XVELCOWE TO ALL CHR1STADELPHIANS eet (n (ha Mooce Hall, Hfglnbothim Block. Entrance 31, and 3nd South cdnewIays: s p.m., Ulblo umJnya at 10 comma morale Ihc honl'e Death, and at. 7.30 p.m. (o proclaim Ihc Klugtlom of God. lldlngg 'ot "Did Jesut Before He Was All Seatt Free NO Collection LATTER DAY SAINTS Church of Jeans Christ of Latter Day Saints Corner 7th Ave. and 12th St. 8. Sunrfay a.m. Sacrament p.m. Primary 3 p. Relief 2 p.m. Visitors Always Welcome. Blthffp Oeo, W, Gten, 1016 2nd South. 1493. read. In pence-time we never un- .eretood the meaning of our prayer: Give us thia day our dally bread." Ve Ibought It necessary sometimes tell tho little ones that "bread" ant also meat and vegetables and rull. It doesn't. It means just what I eaya. It means lhat vllhciiL bread die. The Soldier Laddies Depend on You. Suppose, only suppose, that in Ihclr billets Just behind the line our boys are ready (or their evening meal! There sre tins of bully beef; there may even be a slew, nn Irish slew. There is lea in plenty. Bui there. Is BO bread. Aud ihoy are just going ln- lo Ihc trenches. What will they llilnfc of us? WTmt will be thought of us who arc asked .o do so Ullle by them that have done so much? There Is n tale from Hie front I have hesitated to tclL 1 can print il now. At one Umc battalion was on very short ratlous. The sergeant lu cViargo of the rationing parly linnrtod oul lo every man one-tenth of n. loaf of bread. "U'hal da you call (his, saki one. "Thai's your bread ration, man." quoth Ihc sor- geaiU. "What did you think it said the man, "I thought was to pui under my pillow." Think of one of our brave lads go- Ing "over (he lop" hungry! In -very (rulli, 1C you cat thai extra pouni! of bread- you arc eating Ihc freali from the hones of our soldiers. Look al Ihe Wade of your bread-knife, nnd sec It IL does not run vllh blood! A Crust, A Crumb and A She Anu remember lual H you cat your fill now, not only shall wo at homo and they aL Ihe front want bread, but Ihey will want shells. You cannol expect starving men and women lo work. In Ilioso dreadful nix weeks the slrenm or munitions from Tlrllntn Lo Iho front will cease la flow. There the the thunder or our arttltery die down. SALVATION ARMY ASSOCIATED BIBLE STUDENTS Room 12, Stafford Block, 5th St. 3.' Meetings as Wednesday, S p.m., JJlble Sludy, .Sunday, 3 Ulblo Stujly, Sunday, 7.SO jun., FroclnlmlnR Ihc Good IS'CWH ot the Kingdom of Gail. r'Clnod tldlnga of protvl Joy ivhlch Ethnll lie unto nil All Frei No Cclltctlon eervicei Held Ihe Cltidet, Sth 31. r..m., Holiness Mccllni J p.ni, I'rRlgo and 7.30 3t] VAllon Mcollng. Week Monday, S 1 Ilo Mccllng. Thursday, S p.m. Sfllvftlton Met' CUftdcL Ijnnd In a lien dance. Saturday, I and Every be tfy WcCcomt Cur supply of meal will nol run short. Unless the unexpected hap-! ions we have enough Lsasls In Iho :ountry to guard against thai. Anfl t only you will economise and uso I substllules such as oatmeal, barley, meal and Hour, maize meal, rice, and wiicat supply will holtl out oo. M'ill you? One Lltlle Thing More, You know lhal.Uhe so many others, have given to the country 1 icld dearest In the 1 have giv- en iny son. Now the authorities ask no for one Hilng, one Hide tiling more. They need my services In this most serfoue time. I would gladly go lo ffglit.' for that I nm not lit 1 would gladly' ivork anywhere in France or at home. lldL they ask me merely to litiln them, (as ihcy ask you lo help them) In Ihla campaign. Uy.Gotl, I will. thai havft losl our own' flesh id. blojrt, lhat liavn. paid tho lce vlclory, shall we he robbed of U for the sake of a pound of bread? You arc asked to make a sacrlKcc. The sacrifice Is nol so much the fore- going of so much bread, hut Ihc con- stant care anil vlgl'ancc necessary lo avoid waste., Is U anyhow (o be com' pared wflli the constant care and vig- ilance of our soldiers to avoid death? Hut this Is your cliance Ic show your tjualjly. At this crucial moment you are 'asked lo share a communion ol sacrifice victory. Now cul your loaf! 1URHY LAUIJF.n. conic a moment, iicrhaps In hour of absolute victory, when Antl why? because you ale that pound of bread. your little ones gel tlielr piece o' krcad ivJicn they cry for li In ihosc bad pJx weeks? Or wlU you have to flay or Ihlnk. "Hcraiisp, I coulil nol spare when I hail my llillc ones now lack our-aold- lers get lliolr piece? To nak you to avoid seems an Inault. Surely (here Is iiot one of you (oday who thrown nwny a crual or n crumb! Thai would he wilful murder. I have lolil you how lo mnVc puiWliiEP of If lucre urc "cruals'' kit ovcr> which, says Mrn. fhm thvuld Ifr. For afcc .of yonr. common scnso. as 19 for tho ES'KC of your common TO DYNAMITE HOUSES Chicago, Aug. planned ilynnmUe a collage on Thomas strep on Ihc northweal aide, laic today, nl .ler Ihree delecllvea had been wnumliM In a flghl with eoVDral men barriradci In Ihd building. Ilandlla who figured In Tuesday's payroll rcbhcry in ivhlrli two were klHed were DtoiiRhl lo he In the cottage. In lorlay's fight Iha police nltock wns repulsed alter had been flrcd Into the coltngo. FOR SALE One of the Finest Ranch Propositions in Southern Alberta Six Miiei from Pincher Creek C40 seres, 250 acres near lots of open range; all fenced and cross fenced four wires; fine cow barn, horse term, hog nod, chicken house, blacksmith shop, corralls with running water; eight- roomed, fully modern housa wUb complete equipment of Implements, to run ranch. All hay put-up. If dsalrcd will soil 20 head of horaee, 1QO head of callle and pure bred Berkshire hogs, with ranch, or will ecll ranch separaln. Anply lot P.O. BOX 131, PINCHER CREEK, ALBERTA THE CANADIAN BANK OF.COMMERCE SR EDMUND WALKER. JOHN t C.V.O.. LLD., D.C.L. Proifart ffl SflPffl V- BROWN. H V. F. JONEi Au'i Gtnl Sup'i of CwMrtl Wcncin Rrinttwi CAPITAL PAID UP, It 19 IMPERATIVE that EVERY PERSON] IN CANADA should WORK HARD WASTE NOTHING SPEND LITTLE SAVE MUCH tw i lotereat allowed 3% per annum on Saving ol SI nnd upwards at any branch of the Dank. Lethbridge Branch-- R. T. Brymner, Mgrj OpettaHoasekeepfBf Account ind Pay YourBDbbyClKfK There Is a decided ad- vantage. In depositing your housekeeping money In the Union Bank of Canada, and Issuing Cheques (or your expenditures. Yoiiavold ihe risk o< keeping a considerable sum in your home or carrying It when shopping, and each Cheque, whet! culwd, becomes a Receipt LETHBRIDGE BRANCH CAnDSTON BRANCH BARONS BRANCH A. F. a, Titum, F. V, dttrt, Mi J. Blackwood, ;