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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - September 9, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta page Forn the lethbridge DAILY herald Mv'hVDAY, SEPTEMBER 0, l!>18 Xetbbvi6oe Ibecalfc Xctbbrftoc, Hlbcrta DAILY ANU WEEKLY Proprietors and Publishers, fr Ml LETHBRIDGE HERALD PRINTING COMPANY, LIMITED Ml �*h Street South. Lethbrldfts W. A. Buchanan President and Managing Director loan Tonnnce  - Business Manager Business editorial TSLPPHONE* Office .......... Office .......... 1351 1114 *-jhscriptlon Ratui fhtfly. olivered. per �'t'k ..... 1* Dully, delivered, per year .. ..IB.00 Dully, by mt.ll, rcr yeer ......14.08 Weekly, It mall, P" year .....ll.M aWaekly, by mail, r^r y�nr to U.S .IJ.Oi Dat�t of eiplry �' subscriptions up. p�ar dally on address label Acceptable* of papers tile explrntun nate 1� ar authority to continue the sub- crlrtloa. W.-.lOll their o bat- THE PROGRESS OF THE WAR. Itespite increased difficult;-,-s present themselves m the alii-: steady advance along th- enti Upfront in Franco continues. The British, v.-niIt- having h.il;oil before Cn.'nb.-al, or. the Arr:'o--c'anihrai road, rre bringing tip their fore-.- along the Carta! I>u Nor I toward* that city, -vi-don'.'.y with th- purpose of rone-nt-ratine :i� strong a force before tho flly detentc � u Sj. tjiicniin. :ro:-.i who h place tlrrir fore-.- are h >-,v only nine mile?. Tli- F.-e,-;, h continue :):-;:� progress ..- res!*�3 of l,a Fere :t:i I toward- I..ion. ( tory. and second In keeping after the ' � liohilnioii government until som-| diven f�^t. wells have iieen stink utel  (lowing water secured, Tho water from these ".oils has not only been j a tremendous boon thin year, but | these wells indicate- jttst about how j deep it is necessary to go anywhere f using an ev.ia dipper of wate;- and who know what it was to have to use wat-r firs' to wa^h th-hr children; then the children's clothes and fitta'.ic the f'.oors. before they dare threw it auay THE WATCH TAX AND MATCH PRICES. Matihes so up in smoke, we ah kr.aov. hut ivith-. y have tie v.'lrj-.ed a way of peint; tip in price that threatens to overshadow -he other way. Th- Hamilton Herald -o.ates that they "havo started a cop.. f.'acr.uion in the Car.a liar, -tews paper?" on this aeeoun-. The Tor-oti-o Star is credt'ed with starting th- i nntiiitr.iii'.ii! by ptthhsh;::.: -h-of an invpsiiii.it!-;i s;i th- sti'verntiftit itiipos-.i tax of fne cent - ,-. im, tit- p; -e �> he ror.Min-.tr ha-- hr--n ittcrca- 1 by tin-' ct-n's It says' WE WANT A NATION OF SAVERS , Thrift now i� the best Insurance npaltisf oconomlc depression nt tho close of (he war. PurinK recent years the conntiy li.-tti conic into its own In u nmnncf undreameil of four year? aj;o. It will continue in that state If. through tho snvinrts ef our people, reserves of wealth are created that, may be drawn upon when times are not as >:nnd. Thrift anions Canadians will accomplish a two-fold purpose -It will set Canada on her fee' financially and, individually, will set on their feet those who practise It. To waste money when the country so badly needs it is n crime. IW>sides. the person who saves nothing these da>s places Ills own future in peril. In short, he ts n fool. Thrift develops character. To deny one's self something is excellent self-discipline. Strength of character in either the Individual or n people is not produced by the (iratifyini: of every desire or appetite that sur-jtcsts itself. It �in a -reat day for Canada when she began to finance herself, and saving.-! alone make this policy possible. Hut this means saving not. on th- part of the few but of the many. Wc want a nation of savers. TO ASK GOVT. FOR ne up_ it war- pointed out. some $".�u a ton since last winter, and actual hardship would be imposed upon scores of soldiers' families unless th-proson' payments from Patriotic funds were increased. A maximum nllow-aiu - will probably bo roeojiimondi-.l, and oases will then he d-alt with Indi VilllKlllV. r.-:i;t thr.t v Chip in- in BASEBALL ADJOURNED TILL WAR IS OVER. the imposition of tj-.i? tax by t'.> g  ina-i- th- oc.-.�?.o;i i ,iu im rca-e if. th- price of mat. ,...� '�> tb.> cons'.iti'.- r of nine cmi's :io\ th� go'-ernni-nt ?h-v,ii,l go a th.- :ii eats, and not he cu-.t-tr. wi'h thi* five. if .: he found 'hat it cos's the fort-.tmcr fear o-;h- ,> c i'-i-ct fiv � -e(::i3 th- ttt.icch tax is per-f-. t from the goverutn-r.:'- po::;; ->f .rr.so-.i, 1--.1 . H C. (s ,:-i::. N.l! :i'.--y cnt,:r .1:1 old Kir a Ho-. new principal tip Hun',-the :ii,in. : ( oir.tce: C, tloeil-' .1 M. i he-ser, for the i> lit v,m-;, head ,f ihe '. :-t!i- of the c.  U :i;� �sion. is leavin.: .ia> n> xt !o take . nose .law in.-pec;ora'e Hlackio .is pur -si ie-ici I w-o and a ; -ion de-1 r tiie Al- j llgary on ;� of tin- : t: I1' done un'll after th-only to real '!.-. re; tendance a- wor! In Chi-.iqo last v.-ck game i.- t:.ro-.r.;h till been ltcke.!. Otn- lo o far afield to l-.-.m bere in L- thi rr-ig- t.i no interest difplayc the IK-raid hcih-tin Centre of a-.'rac'-.oti f til- th a: re Vi -�xpet ,.1 t: ii.-d -ii bu-:. a-rc was .'."lu- ll hardly gjvi'rnt'.t-. no shipti the v, IP  cons! le governt-tax. It nue. but i  ectitip it. 'i ccssa: .' u been loade-i up Th- ruin: advan'-e th- i.u for th- tax �.i-n' may b- ;na � tit- tax s;.,-.;> . unt �! the trad  .-omenta for h is. tfc.-refore, . t" r ith't: in the wa. 'ho- -fr n is .'>  bill campaa.'1. on ilnring th- ' enlarged --..b has a i-reili' if y lie ti-ad -a t irtners fcr th--v.- -tock. ;,n I -ally made -m- j. c th- pnvii" ' ':'' advaiibig :� v.-n,. Ii-.'.- .i t'ae ot Six � depart-� at work -Ii ah is to tiling sea-Tim do- ?1........u-i'i. ie way of a.rvha-o of inn-1 .t iir.c -.1st. the til- ved ran. d .1 re-' ho li,i 1" I Ar: Crowder issued his "work or fight" order some time ago. Haseba.l will continue to be a great game, out �vlll In- played by aniateurs in this country and by tha soldiers behind �he lines until the war is over. Its � Mdtuoii ti . South, h.13 bi--n susje-ndial by 'h. ikiiI board for I- da'--- be. ,iu,e the" ro'.-l flour without the required ,-ubst.-fhtes. I ''apt. W. J. A'hej-on, killed In a-tion, was a nephew of Dr. -Mln-rt-e; | tin- Canadian hi-to:ian, of .Mo.it'.;! j Al'limiitli a native of F.ngland. Alii'" ; on resided several years in the v.- : ; and b�! Canada with an infi.iitry ha.: I talion organized in Calgary. P.ev It. C. Ilr,ri,eri late bi.-diop of i:i- Holiness Movement. Chnr. h. �,a o.-dainei. !,i-,ho,. of the newly organ Standard 'hunch of Am-rlca. whi'-h 1:-! I i-a f;r,t annual i-infe: ��ic-w Stitt - beneficiarl-s, : the A'.ben a V-.-'.� .,t i),,. fioiii. to their needy t.noil'e". a- hrint'-. am! especially to lis,' > i.iilreii who inn � lost tbe-r tiothera -diii e ih,.;r father., went the east of tho city Is contained In a re- ', variety of tho plant has not been D-r Courier, a w published at H.a--:n: language -ait'.; ,t , ::, ^I'l.'lIlM cupi'-s. t wa, t 111 located ;u S...skati-be its. last edition Tb-piiblical ion a  if newsppape.- and Mi" whell.er jt Will be e �r-tMy new.-paper in Mi- (P-ri-.a. ::!.i:'-i: of about -�I; of it!u. h ar-".van. iias i-co.ted ii;.per has ci-a.--l .reign lanei,ago ilhi'-iColi as tu itll illlP- I ill Kng cent is3tio of the Winnipeg Kreo l In mi> 8t tj,0 Kxperimnntal Sta Press. Dlscusaing the difficulty in I tion Superintendent Fairfield found aecurlng water supplies in some of1 that it topped the lists of all barley tho semi arid districts the writer ot [grovvn on cu,,,lv?twd '.""'t "f11,1 a" , . , ,, I average yield of 10!) bushels per tho rree Press article said: jacre. ,n 1917, when thero was si light- Kvery your much of the territory , or yield generally, and conditions were referred to has as lis only water sup- somewhat different, the yield vvin-', lily the ordinary hole in the ground. I "Hi. coming second, on tho list, while dug to catch and hold the snow water in PH8 again it tops tha list with luT In the spring and tho rains that come i bushels to the acre, (luring tho summer. In dry years ! Mr. Fairfield pointa out that this en- cated. Ils.h is ye- to b- d - |ded U]ion. CONST. ALLEN IS such as In 1910, Pj14 and PMH, the tnipply has been almost wholly from the rivers and many people iiaiil.-.l >vater In tanks distances of from I-to "0 miles. There are dlrnicis in flaskatchaw-au which the writer passed through during the past week, �where water is being hauled l."> mile-* and all over tho dried areas the water tank filling at the- edge of a fast recoiling lake- or along the bunks of tbo rivers in which the water Is very low, Is a common sight. In Southern Alberta south of the ('row's Neat Hue, G. It Marnoch, president of the board of trade at Liethbrfdee, lias done a work of enormous value 1o that torritory by first of all securing a geological 3urvey to del ermine th* presence of water under tho terri- lietlaw, Sept. 0 - A group of friends tire yield for the three years hai : of Constable n. Allen met nt the Can-been on extensively cultivated plots, i adlan Hank of Commerce to lay, on th.> He does nol seo, however, that in vlow i occasion of th- bushels, and a "good" i headquarters office at I.nMibrblgo. yield from r�o to To bushels, P will n' a parse adapted to the south country. Wlie- I ,,; $r,u in K,,id U!, ,-Ui apn.-ciaiIon of the steem and regard in whi'-u he was Salvatloi'. Arn.y � ; on of ihote ot us,  in--, h is essential a and ef'i. i'-nt '-'-r-� m i' tied v.-itliout in- : � can only bo tlont) funds are fortbeom-are greater as tho 1 and thousands of\ .l.ilvation Armv toj il help during tlie-ot j oversea .-, entities lii the ileti.'e -ill who .ir- 1. :t al h ton! this unsi-lfi vp � -it-eibl (,.. e i' rrnpfioii. and t: if til- 4;iry i.'ig. The neeil.- t'.ai' eotl-in'li'S lainllies have lie thank for very r-terrible times. 'I o provide It .ho needs ef tho' Army the comparatively small sum of -{'Jo.eim lias lie a a,ked for from Al- I beruc south of lie I Dettr. Tho busl-j nea, men of Calgary, realizing tho i splendid work mat ihe Army Is do- j ing. htivit undertaken to secure this j amount, A thorough canvass of the I city is to be coielucle 1 the second! week in Septe.'iib".''. when il is hoped $U�,��m will he ,ecured. Ite.sldoiits oipsido of Calgary who appreciate' th- .splendid work being done by the .-'aivation Army are being asked to I lil-o" idi- huh i-l $:.,iji''i ainoiin' u.illui is pi.in'i'i |i lalioii f- I'.i'e n ther it is, a variety peculiar to one pari of the t'nitod States, or whether Mr. Hark, who U an expert agricul-urist, happened on a freak seed in his supply, tho superintendent Is not prepared to say.  n > 11 o I'lh I'l'lcl Arthur Parlies-street, Hamilton, hay at Huiiington Heach svhile teach In* his wife to floau 14 West Pidon was drowned in tljo held bv bis -.ri'.'ii.l. In KeihiW. lie was also 'lie leclpioni of numerous other present*. Constable. Allen h; an ex-member of the It.N.Vi'.M.I*., and lias been stationed at i'.ethi'.', for tho gioater part of a year, in the Alberta provincial fore-, and by his counciins behavior and gentleman." ^-nduct has made many friends. imp! ov mi Ii h aid hii lion, til- balance. ,f for their rete i d wiiii-li lias cai'iu-d ono-siftii of the re-f tlie $25,bbt* iihkml � their work ovor-lp in providing ache children whoso � ei, jiiul who in ho scattered and for except for tho � by this organiza-',.()()<), Is to bo used charitable, work, ihe kindest com- ments from tho-.- familiar with what the Salvation Army Is doing. May wo urit'i every olio who appreciate) the spli-miid services rendered by the Salvation Army and who wishes to help them help someone olae ia ntiutl, to hoiuI a eraUiibu- IHn i, , i . i i . iiiII c lARNATION MILK comes to you in sealed air-tight cans- safe from contamination, sweet fresh, pure. It Is milk - nothing more. Hut it is richer than ordinary milk. For it lias all the cream, all the milk solid? of tlte original wholO milk. It is evaporated to the consistency of cream. Then sealed air-tight and stenlU. d. No preservatives are added. And no sweetening. So Carnation Milk may tie used for cocking, for �aups. Icr creaming vegetables, u it even better than ordinary milk for such purposes-and more (i onoaiu a I no wa-.tr . Hrcaijscolitsrichncss.less PiitKi is needed to i,rt the rich flavor you desire. Add an equal quantity of water to Carnation MilV and you " tiring !ick ' the original inilk the safo milk for children to drink-- purer than most milk you ceulti give them. If your recipe calls far skimmed milk, dilute Carnation Milk with mere water. Undiluted Carnation Milk may be used as creaoa in collet or tea-and with cereals and fruit. Your Grocer is the Carnation Milkman He has Carnation Milk new. Ask him to tend yen three or lour cans (new tall si/c,.Ki o/.  Tryil -lor every milk use. Compare it with ordinary milk. Learn ihe convenience c-f u nog mill; you can keep on the pantry shelf and use as you nerd it. l.earn Hie satisfaction of serving rich milk that is uniloimly sweet, pure and safe to drink. Writ, .it of :on e'laia Carnation Milk Products Co., Limited, Aylmer, Ont., Seattle and Chicago < n\J)}-:SSKRIi:^ at Atitmcr ami SprintfrlJ, (hit. Canada 1-uod Board License* M-9* and H-17 Carnation MilK MADE IN CANADA haveYGSSEcioih DRYC1EAHED The Empire needs every bit of wool we can lay hands on. The boys at the front require millions upon millions of yards for their clothing. Every suit you have cleaned saves buying a new one and consequently conserves wool. Wc will help you to economize. Our advanced dry cleaning methods will make your last year's wardrobe serviceable for another season's wear, and at the same time make it unnecessary for you to draw from the nation's^ ^ wool supply or to pay the terrific prices de-v manded for new clothes. We are at the service of every member of the family -and waiting for your call to pr our ability to save money for you. row Our City Dyeing and Cleaning Works Phone 444 418 Fifth St. S. 26703? ;