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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 1, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta LETftBRfflOE DAfLt HERAf J In THE LITTLE HOMES OF Alex Prlinroso has rotuvnoil from a visit to her brother at Ad Dawson and Miss Ivy Flanders Land tho lights nrc The lonely hearts nrc cold Tho children slug Ray songs no f Their oyeH aro strangely For ar has walked through Flanders And Deaths fciaOv wares he In Flanders Land the bells arc No more doth gladness reign And lovers twine their hands no mora Along the moonswept Where baby faces used to Blood streaks tho In Flanders Land the trees are And all the flowers are gone Nomoro from happy roots curl up The chimney smoke at Tho Hun has ranged his ruthless guns Across each humble For Death held court In Flanders At noon and night And een the sun hath wept to see The brokenhearted oft the sorrowing moon hath hid Her face and fled in O little homes of That cry and mourn In God that ye shall one day drink Lifes loveliness again 1 For all tho world knows ye have kept Your honor free from Corson in Boston Trans Dawson left yesterday for mi extend ed visit to the mm Johnson of Barons Is visiting in the city with 0 and Fred Lovogrovo of Champion have moved to Lethbridgo to Miss Florence Donald has returned from the Coast where Rho has boon visiting Frank Robert Sage with her grand son Bob Is houaekoeplng at Banff for PERSONAL and MacDonald have gone to visit in Connor left today for weeks work on military John Fleetwood and McLean have returned from visiting at the A Miss Bawden Is in Taber judging the domestic products at the fair which is being held nix Her Lily and Bcrta will be her guests day afternoon and evening at thn Fair Theld was a very largo ut tendarico and much Was taken la thevarious races which wore A unique feature of the afternoon was tho stunt put on by the various classes competing for the prize of which Jiihn Miller was the lucky A most ileSlRlitftil supper after which kie addressed the children for a few minutes on Misses Ilobbs and Miller entertain ed a delightful dance on Tuesday evening at Taber at the homo of the In honor of Miss Hattic Card of The rooms were ar tistically decorated in a patriotic ef fect of white and Refresh ments wore served throughout the Report of the Red Cross Society for Month June forgetting tin1 ncnds of thn Ufid Cross There Is vry apparent lack of interest In Ilnd Crnss work at and even thin Is tho holiday It should mean that all women In tho city slmuld redouble their efforts at this who wtjre on faith Tul at tho and all women flra urged to cdme to tin rdge or do Red Cross sewing in thir Can you conscientiously say you are doing Loomis ren dered several vocal selections with Miss Cook presiding at tho John Toombs left early in tho Miss and her celebrated orchis week for Sault having been tra nlsp furnished the music fir the sailed by tho serious illness of his The folftjwlng wore the invited guests String who has recovered and Hud from her recent serious turned to her home near Barons yes formerly mana ger of the Merchants Bank who has been visiting at the is in the city for a short Conybeare left yesterday afternoon to attend the Superior Lodge of tho Knights of Pythias at Ho was accompanied by his little Miss Bernadette Fisher of Sir George and Lady Bury an nounce the engagement of their daugh ter Doris to Stuart son of and of The marriage will take place quietly on August and Archie Davis Mil Strlngham and C O 4 SOCIAL EVENTS The United church of North Loth bridge held its annual picnic yester CHURCHES AND SOCIETIES The proceeds of the tag days held by the two chapters during Stanipede week amount to This is to be used for Serbian and Montenegrin and for sol diers As the weather con ditions were most unfavorable the total results are very Owing to the absence from the city of a number of the executive of the Red Cross there will be no meeting of the executive on Friday and no meeting of the ladies The Major Jack Rcss Chapter will hold their regular monthly meeting in the hall Friday even ing at eight oclock MAKE THE MOST QF YOUR ROUGHAGE jf o The recent rains will start a hew growth on many fields which a week ago gave if signs of pro ducing even One or two ad ditional rains will produce a crop If this crop is t stand until in the hope of utilizing it as it will prove a dis because it will still Vie so tender and succulent that It will possess less than half its feeding value after the frost strikes It would be much better to cut it as green even though scarcely headed but it would be even better to mow it as hay and take It up immed iately and stack It along with alter nate loads of last years Handled in this way It will retain much more of its nutriment than it will if left to He in the sun to and the south Is likewise and in or der to make sare that the available supply of hay that is wittiin hauling distance of a railway station shall be sufficient to meet the best possible be made of what feed exists in the south coun Meadows both In the north agd south that were formerly looked uppn your The following fiiows the work dond luring to the records the conw 1 i fi 22 face 10 in 5 Central 4 5 tow 4 2 handker fi fa en 21 2 Eastern 2 12 1 pair 5 3 10 8 1 2 15 1 5 12 face cloths and buttons on 122 33 Seize 1 face Major Jack Ross G 1 H bed pan 1 7 Next of 12 bed pan 2 1 2 i G 37 bed 12 handker 1 1 1 2 1 5 18 face 13 2 head 1 and buttons on IS altered 1 12 1 8 3 7 1 1 gown and tags on 5 12 1 1 2 12 handker 7 3 1 12 face 2 10 Sir Alexander Gait 2 2 1 2 9 G 5 1 2 face 8 1 Teachers and Young Business Wo 3 3 12 3 towels 6 2 14 bed pan 38 face 51 handker 11 2 1 binders 2 1 31 hand 1 4 G E 7 6 abd 3 80 12 8 14 Women of Latter Day Saints straw will be rendered more palatable as too small to bother with must be and digestible because of its contact made use What remains of last with this succulent Both will be further improved if from three to five pounds of common salt aro ap plied to each load of Tho hay supply in the north country is The demand in tho years straw crop must be requisition and if mixed with this years Aug ust as suggested it i will materially aid in relieving the slt Live Stock Milk Prices Advance As producers have been forced to Increase the price of millt to us we consequently must advance the retail In future prices will be Milk 7 15c CREAM 6 Half Pint Tickets for or 20c a Bottle for Cash OUR MILK AND CREAM ARE FROM OUR SANITARY FELGER DAIRY 4 7 4 13 6 amp 18 10 Primary Class of Latter Day Saints face G 24 handker 16 Beehive 1 6 fl 6 head 24 face cloths 6 36 12 Pentecostal 4 ap 6 0 13 towels 2 14 surg 12 bed pan covers Advance in Price of Milk Owing to the Increase In the price milk tj we are compelled advance the price of milk to 7 Quarts of Milk for for Tickets 15c Per Quart for Cash Even at tfcis prloo wo have no apology to mako as wo feel that paHteiirlzert milk ut thin price is the host and cheapest CREAM 6 Half Pints for for Tickets or 20c per Bottle for Caih CRYSTAL Owing to advance in butter market wo arc now paying 50c per butter fat for 1 Sweet 42c per butter fat for 2 Sweet 40c per butter fat for 1 Sour 38c per butter fat for 2 Sour We would advise farmers who have thtt thuy can milk to get as everylittle bit helpB when the grain crops W e pay all charges and pay for each The Result of Our 1918 Missing Title Calendar Ransom Picture 4 3 4 G I Protheon face 14 I 16 Thmtle Sewing 10 7 2 18 18 12 head U face 42 C 12 6 7 Aloysins handker 1 shines 4 12 6 12 face 6 6 19 pair 1 4 li 14 IS 6 bed pan 3 pair Coaldale 20 8 8 25 24 12 5 5 22 head 65 face 37 24 i 45 hand 21 12 6 C 19 Coaldale Colony fi a 9 12 21 head 12 face 18 tow 18 48 i G 3 4 i 6 4 7 3 4 12 10 12 head IS G 12 12 Sorosis Society of Hyssop 2 1 7 t 1 fi IS low 12 head 15 face 12 8 3G i 3 i 1 Magrath Presbyterian Toadies 7 2 2 fi 23 head I 3 11 1 8 pair Milk 4 1 2 3 3 bin 4 3 12 1R 18 6 2 4 stockings do 10 2 13 Bethel Ladles Milk 5 3 12 2 12 face 12 Ifi 24 i G Sleepy 3 3 3 1 12 head 12 5 New 3 3 6 3 head 12 4 4 stock 3 fi head 12 8 G fi 1 3 2 3 22 hand 7 K Spring 5 8 G S 12 face 25 4G 7 8 4 2 12 3 3 1 4 H 4 head 12 li 4 i 8 10 12 15 bin 121 head 25 9 36 18 fi 8 2 12 bed pan 3 17 White School head 36 1 4 1 2 6 fi 2 head 12 face 12 tow 12 G 4 6 wring 6 hin 4 G 2 New 4 4 6 G 3 12 12 4 6 4 fi 36 hand 4 4 4 5 2 4 bin 6 12 head 24 24 24 4 2 3 Miss Aileen 11 8 4 6 slips Jack 3 2 gowns 12 slings G caps Don 6 2 gowns Laura G G binders 4 4 wringers 4 1 socks 4 wringers 1 2 12 bags C 6 bed pan covers Ar 4 1 Benson and 4 4 towels 8 5 bags Coul 6 2 shoes 12 3 btaders 4 6 2 aprons Misses Emmerson and 18 12 6 bin G bed pan covers The iMMt thing afcout BLUE RIBBON in is the valum tfie and the wowt thing U to do without it Clure Ruffle Reid Art Needle work Club consisting of Mesdnmes Livingstone Ross Hay Roy Young Simpson Boul ton Jones Dawson Keen Manyberries Turin Chas MacKay Altering was done by Miss McEach ern and A total of 1650 articles was sent to the Lethbrldge The preislni committee report 1928 articles A total of was received In rooms as for pin systematic giving rag rug ot 1st Not Fight Does 2nd Angels Their Holy Vigils Fannie Youngs 3rd Also Gal gat 4ty Womans Crystal Dairy Limited LEMON JUICE TAKES OFF TAN Girls Make bleaching lotion if skin tanned or freckled Squeeze tho jmce of two lemons into a bottle containing three ounces of Orchard shake nnd you quarter pint at tho best sunburn and tan and complexi very small fi 6 face cloths 2 4 bags 1 3 gowns 12 tow 4 6 binders 1 4 shoes 7 3 sheets 3 6 tow els 15 9 face cloths 2 4 caps 3 4 bags Miss 4 4 Ts G 8 4 stockings Miss 12 G 12 face cloths 3 1 gown 2 sheets G 5 4 binders G 7 stockings 3 2 caps Nurse 13 towels 12 3 binders VG binders 12 1 6 bags 3 12 7 bin ders 2 3 bags 18 face cloths G 2 6 slips 20 head bandages Loth G 12 4 K slings 2 1 apron 10 head McKln 3 2 8 head 3 1 apron 2 shoes 12 3i 6 slips Me 1 apron 2 3 slings 1 2 6 towels 1 G G 3 bags Brim 4 Ts no G Wal 5 1 socks 36 1 socks Miss 6 face 6 head bandages 3 1 Those making pyjamas are Mes dames Codd Steakly Dalrymple Rusk Hugh Taylor Close Fowler I Hawkins Russel Lloyd Pear i son Harrison Lomaa Scott Miss Johnston Cunning ham Wai work Solbarge Ryan Lar son Harrison Jennings Harvey Wat son Handla and Cross pairs of socks received aie Armstrong L Cowan humming Ue Wolfe pick on Ewert Fleming Hall ion at Your grocer has the lenipus andany drug store or toilet counter will n ply tjiree ounces of Orchard White tor wow 4 Gordon Hage 1 a Massaga Mieck 2 grant lotion into the Morgan MoRounoU W and bands each day and see how Clure Carroelr donatedi freckle windburn and tan Nelson Nichols Naismith 2 Peart disappear and how soft and Patterson prosier Pennefather white the skin It is BCQtt Sear Punk Emmeraon Jackson Me miFimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiMiiiiiiiiiiiifiifiiiiiiii The Wonderful Pathe Records Stytt THE Pathephone plays its records with a polished jewel sapphire of scratchy This ball glides in the wide grooves of the Pathe records so smoothly that the records last And you never have to change In you find a new unexplored mine of music wait ing Worldfamous some you have never heard many have not yet sung on this Distinguished orchestras and Indescribable musical All are thus you have low first cost and everlasting The plays all makes of Your own make of instru ment can be readily equippedto play Pathe Hear the Pathephone and Records today at your nearest Saul ftr PmOu Pmtimt 4Jmt CIMtonl Stnmt nmn O Western Wholesale Whltlm A Our War Against Pain EVER SINCE we startedthe of dentistry we hata waged bitter and warfare against pain in dental operations the lead ing authorities our proiteijlon we recognised that tho ot pain was 6ne great drawback to proper dental A not alone to the public whose fear de barred them from but ranee to ourselves In the accurate orraance of our Carefully there we studied all of the latest modern painless ScientTfloillrwre ap Successfully do we achieve the Dentittry Ay Praetiw It Is Gtntle Art Richards Nelson High Grade American Dentiiiry PHONE Ott 4 Doors from Lethbridge Hotel LeAbridge CALGARY tlQHTH AVBNUK 3 CRISTALt ;