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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - August 10, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta saturday. aikujst 10 1918 nm LETHBniDf-.r? datt-y rnrnAi.n page eleven * "> ' ? : FOOD BOARD FLASHES ? : FOR FEMININE FOLK : '> � � 4> 9 9 � > ^ CP  -will! Clin (U'lact. no sliarin ut dlffer-r.wvv. between II. anil orillnary whito Hiignr. There tlie llireo grades of brown HUgar, generally classified na bright, yellow anil dark yoUow. They contain 7 to 10 per cent, lens siieroHt" I ban rel'inod sugar but tbey have in addition, troiu -f to 8 per cent, of invert nugar, whieli has a sweeter las((e than cane sugar and Is tlio sugar found in lioney. niolaases and fruits.  * � � .Mr. anil .\rrs. Claude Hughes are visiting in Victoria, H C. c: .�^  iMiss Beatrice Knapp has returned lo her iiomo in Sweet Grass after visiting here for the past month. * � V Mrs. R. Ximtnous and Miss N'im-mons have returned from visiting at Proctor.   � .Mrs. .r. r. .Mclsee and two children left this morning to spend a few weeks in Fornlo, H.C.   � -Miss U. n. Kdgar of the Office .Specialty Company, Edmonton, is visiting in the city witli .Mr. and .Mrs. T. II. Brewer, .")th Avenue North. i\Ir. C. C. Patching, of mzikom, was ii visitor in'Nelson this week. * * � Mrs. Thomas Morrison la vlBiting at Nelson. B. C.  -  Miss .Jennie Lingard has returned home after three months' visit in Saskatoon, and was ni'CompHuioil by her aunt and cousin, Mrs. and .Mi.'^i-i Robinson. * � * ' Mr. and .Mr.i. A. E. (fall and Iftlle dnuglitor, ICdna, and Miss Merle Roid, of Lotlibrldge, who have been visiting i Mr. and Mrs. D. V. .Jackson, returned i lo their hotne yertorday.-MeiWcine i Hat News, �   Mr. .John Stenliouse ot the Merchants Bank, IjOthbrldge, an old Elko-ito. is.the guest of Mr. and .Mrs. Ilos.-i. Truro Cottage, Riverside Park, for this month.-Elko Notes in Craubrook Herald. ft a A Mrs. Wcynian and children aie vis- I itlng friends in Calgary for a tew i days. i    I : SOCIAL EVENTS > * � Royal Knginccrs to Heigi. Trlxi>: ! Amos of the W.A A.C. j. 'llio cere niony was perforincil .n (he home of ihe groom's pnreni , .Mr. :ni(l Mrs. \V. .'.latihews, ;it Caveiiili:ili Uo.'kI, HroM-(It'i'biiry, London, 'hr liriile being attended by her hIsnt, a Utjil Cro.ss nurso from )'>ance. I in. happy cou-plo went to Biistbiiiiriii- kii- tbolr wedding trip. Both Sapper and Matlliews are on active servlii' in I'rau'e, going to London on leave Uu- the ceremony. Tiie bride, her Hi. ii r luid iier four brothers are all in liu' si-i'vice of their country. Tl!-- cr-Doiti i.s well known in Leibbi iili^', liiuing lived here ftjr eight-yc;ir li.Mvliig liere jil the beginning oi ilic war to i'lillst. At that time he w:i. tiulying law with the firm ot Coiiyln'iuc. niuri-h and McArthur. i^otiibridiM; people will Join in wishing i.-umi lieippine.^s to both. c. .^ .jb : ? ? I. O. D. C. > : : : The fallowing IcIIim. Ikivc been received hv the secrit:i!> s'lr ..Mexanilcr tialt Chapter I.O.I) 1. France, .hmc �Jn. lOIS. iJear .Madam: 1 beg lo asknov. ir.i-,. ruceipl of four bundles of sox. '^anu', having been ilisirfhutod tlirougii th.- ii.ittalion. Please accept om- .^iiii'ere thanks. a. L. iM.N-.\-/-;i(. Cap', for ().'�. lUlh Baltalion. The la led. After-Supper at Rylands THE BUSY STORE on sale tonight only from 7.00 to 9.30 roller towels 50 only, roller towels. All ready for use. Made from good quality of heavy Turliish towelling with whito and colored stripe. Easy to launder. Regular 85c each. gtm After Supper Sale ........................................ UUC silk waists Natural colored shantung alik waists. Made in neat style. Hem-slitchod collar and outfs and trimmQil with largo pearl O QC buttons. Regular V'3.50. After Supper Sale................. ^93 ladies' combinations 100 suits only of ladies' iwhlto cotton combinatlonB. Made in good style and neatly finished with edging. Your choice of no sleeve or halt sloevo styles. Regular $1.50. | �|\ After Supper Sal� ....................................... X��tV men's white balbriggan shirts 25 only men's fine white 'balbriggnn undershirts in fine mercerized weave. .Made with long sleeves and fronts silk finished. In size 40 only. Values up to ?1.E0. 7C^ After Supper Sale...................................... I OC men's balbriggan shirts 200 men's fine balbriggan shirts. Made in good quality material. Well finished. Made with long sleoyes. In natural linen color, while and black. Slzo 40 only. Regular 75c. '30 ? > j ,,,. prisnii.-iH. Thanks to * * i your kind donation. ;i kieni number j *** ' ot our poor e.tllos will jiav ilio joy ot CHURCHES AND SOCIETIES > : > * ? : : .Mrs. Rogewarn's section of the Re-beknhs will meet at the home of Mrs. Swart. i;!10 7th Ave. South, on Jlon-day evening at eight o'clock. 9 * � There will be no meeting of the G.l.A. on Monday afternoon as so many of the members are away for the summer. ? ? : ? : : : WEDDINGS : : : : : ? : ? : : : ; : : : : : GILIJES-LEFFINGWRLI.. Mr. Clifford K. Gillies, of Sweet Grass, and Miss Vera Leftingwell, of Milk River were married at l.eth-bridge. Both are popular young people ot the vicinity. .Mr. Gillioa accepted a position as accountant with the First International bank there a year; ago. This position ho filled so well that he was promoted to assistant cashier recently when R. J. Luke resigned and joined tlie army. Ho is the sou of .Mr. and Mrs. John Gillies of Evansviile, -Minn., the former a well-to-do business man and fanner. The bride, one of .\lberta'r fairest and most accomplished ladies, is the second oldest daughter of Mr. und .Mrs. F.S. Leffingweli, prominent farmers of Milk River, and has a host of friends in that community. After a week of honeymooning in Caniida they will return to Sweet Grass for a bri'if pe.-iod before de-1 parting for Kvaiisville where tbey will reside. The father of the grootu has deeded the couple .liO-acres of Minnesota's best land as a wedding present. Their many friend's wish them a world of success and happiness in their matrimonial venture.-Sweet Grass .Vdvocate. � *  .MATTIIEWS-AJIOS. The marriage took place on .July S of Sapper Alfred Matthews of the receiving a small |]:irri'l from France which will help tli' ni to bear their bard sufferings. I thank you for ili.-:n, madam. Pray accept the assurance of my best sentiments and tlianks. l.!S.\ MIRMAX. 'JTie two following icilers are in reference to the saiin' i-uicks; in the l'"'ielil. .Iiiiie lii,, I'jlii. Dear .Madam: I am in receipt d ynur letter advising the dospatcli nl' pair.-^ of .socks to be dlstribiiwrl .niiongsl Hie t.ethl)ridgo men of this h;iiUi!ir)n. The socks liavo not yet aiiiv.'d. but wlien they do I will have lin-rn distributed as you desire. Presents such a-* ilu-se ,Tro always \'ery welcome and \\:"~\ useful, and 1 beg to thank you 'I'l- your thought-fulness and genemsiiy in foiwarding thejo gifts. Yours. !';�!� iifuHy. ;/. URQI'IIART. )'.i:.F., .July ]!!, Dear Madam: On behalf v\ Uic commanding officer 1 wish to .11 knowledge and thank you for three ii.u-cols of socks whicli were received toiUiy from your cha])-ter. These nsciul Rii'ts are higlily npprn-daled by all ranks and we would lie pleased it ynu uotild kindly convey our sincere tlmnlisto the donors. X am, Yours sincerely, II. .MacKBNZIIS, i:aiii. Quartermaster. 4:!nl Canadian Battalion, Cameron Highlanders of Canada. OmC MEN iER mm 0 il SERVICE ACT Conscientious Objectors Get \ Get Sentences of 10 Years Each in Pen. SECOND ZEPPELIN London. Aug, JO.-II is understood thai a prominent young Canadian airman was responsible for the destruction of a Zeppelin over the North Sea in Sunday's attempted raid. This is the second Zeppelin this airman has destroyed. Ilamiilon, Ont., Aug. 10.---The drastic manner in which the mililary authorities intend to enforce the Military Service Act was emphasized at Niagara Camp to-day when ten con-scientlouR objectors, tried by court martial, heard tlieir fate. The original sentence was life imprisonment but this was commuted by the department at Ottawa to ten years. The men sentenced were: H. G. Calma, Kric Kitchner, Sam Sullivan, \V. J J. Bailey, A. T. Grimsley, J. G. I^nillip.s, A. K. Scott, F. G. Wilkie and C. T. Uailey and \Y. G. Calma. Solemn Ceremony. Niagara Camp, Out,, Aug. 10.-Pro-ninlgation of tlie sentences of ten years cacli in the i\ingbton peniteii-tlavy on ten conscientious objectors hero to-day was attended with impressive scenes. All units were drawn up in a hollow square when the parade was called lo attention by Colonel Macr.earon, comp commiindant, and the sentences were read by Major A. C. I^ewLs. brigade major. The men sentenced were very much affected and some ot the infanti'ymen in the ranks fainted under the strain. At tlie conclusion of the parade the men wore dispatched to ICingston wliere lliey will serve the .sentence in the penitentiary. The fact thai these were the first cases to ho heard by general court martial Induced the military authorities to commute the sentences from life imprisonment to ten years. HUN DESTROYER SUNK. London, Aug. 10.-A German destroyer was sunk eight miles off Zeebrugge yesterday, according to an official statement Issued by the admiralty to-day. The statement says that it Is probable that the destroyer was sunk by striking a British mine. MarcQl Kuocht. meinlier of the French high commission to the United States, in an address at the annual convention, of the Knights ot Columbus at .Xew Wn-k, said 1,300,000 French soldiers had been killed and l,.'!00,00fl wounded in the war and that the "pollus wore wonderfully cheered by Iho arrival of the Americans." E\)ery ManWKo Enjo^^s Goo and isn't getting it at home ougKt to toke matters into his own hands, and write for our booklet:- "Perfect Coffee � Perfeclly Made" We mail it free to e^er? n\an (and Woman, too) �who appreciates a delicious cup of coffee. Write today for your cop;?. CHASE & SANBORN - MONTREAL Dltndcrj .iid Rotlteriof "S�l Bnnci" Cojf�� HONS PAY TRIBOIE OALL Toronto, Aug. 10.-Perciva! Phillips, in a special cable to the Mail and Empire from France today say.n: "Additional evidence ot the allies" superiority in the air over the Germans is forthcoming in a diary captured from a German officer who pays high tribute to the British airmen. Me writes despairingly ot the Gorman air service. One entry reads. " 'There are 17 enemy machines overhead. Conscious of their might not a single German shows up. Koar us is a munitions dump, admirably laid out. The J3ritisli aviators droii about j lUii bombs daily. Altliougli the nows-papors cannot b'rng and blnstor enough when we publish anything about our flying service, our men thomsolvos admit tlicy are inferior to the enemy in numbers and equipment, und in any case they are not as impudent as 'tommy, "'Day and night he is overhead, dropping bombs past all count, ilia flights arrive with clockwork regularity at ] 1 a.m. and 5 p.m. ,\s a rule our Archies can't touch them, as they fly at a height a shell never reaches'." KEEP YOUB'--#^1 SHOES,NEAf  J a m WHITE DRESSI|S � .> .> ej. � .> ^ ? : TEN DRY FARMING : .;. � COMMANDMENTS. ? 'l- � : : * (By Hon. \V. R. Motherwell.1 1. Thou shall have no other occupation than farming. 2. Thou Shalt fallow thy land every third year, being careful to plow it both early und deeply. ;'.. Thou Shalt cAt'tivate thy fallow and not �llow .woeda or any other thing that is" green to grow thereon, or winds to blow through it, for In such way the moisture which thy fallow .should conserve would be wasted and thy days will bo nothing but labor and sorrow. I. Thou Khalt not despise the harrow but shall use it oven whilst thou plowest. and shalt place thy chief reliance upon it thereafter, whether in early spring (except on drifty fallow), late spring, mid-summer or autumn. ii. Thou .Shalt sow good seed early and down into the moisture, le.st per-adventuro it cometh not up betimes. He who sowetli his seed in dry soil casteth nway many chances of reaping. i; Thou shall uot overload thy dry land farm with seed; eveivfis',the merciful man doth not overload his ox or his ass. Thin seeding hest wlthstaTid-eth the ravages,of drought and .hot winds. ; I 7. Thou Shalt keep "on thy dry farm such kinds and , numbej-s.- of liorses, cuttle, sheep,; pig.s, and poultry as the water stipplymaUetU: possible, and thou c.aust grow, pasture, fodder, roots and .Btaln. for. .Thus slialt thou bo protected agaluat adversity, and thus BliRlt thou give thy childreit and thy chiljlcen'a children cause to call thee blosseil,' Itiasinuch as thou didst not too- greatly dissipate in thy lifetirae the fertility stoved in thy soil through many thousands of years, 8. Thou shalt not live unto thyself alone, but shalt join the Grnin Growers' Association, the agriciilturnl society ot thy district or any like minded organization that is good. Through these thou shall work unceasingly for the welfare of thy district and the upbuilding of Saskatchewan agriculture. i). TliDii shalt study thy dry laiul farm and its problems unceasingly, and ponder on ways and means whereby its frnitfulness may be increased, keeiiing always in memory the fact that not alone by speeches and resolutions, but also by IntfjlUgenl and timely hard work shall production be increased and the ecpnomic salvation of thy country be wrought. 10. Thou Shalt not covet thy lielgh-bor's big.farm. Thou shall not covet Ihy neighbor's big four, nor his mort-gufic. nor his worry, nor his hurry, nor anything that is thy neighbor's. Remember these dry farming coni-inaudmenls and keep thora wholly. The nth Commundment, suggesied by G. R. Mnrnoch at the W.C.I. Association meoting: Thoii shall take to the bosom of tliy form tlie waters stored in the mountains, and brought to thee br the rivers and streams and the main ditches and the laterals; that thou mayest pasture and feed and water Ihy llocka and thy herds, and that ihe barnyard manure may replonish the earth; that thy days may be long In the land, thou and thy wife and thy chlldi'on aud thy children's children, tnito the third and fourth generation; and that thy farm may remain with thee in-. Bteud ot drifting upwards to the sky, jM-Lt'i 1 OKI'UKAI lU'N.S i IMII LI). ; 'HAMILTON UNr lbrMetis.\Vbmeiisi^di?hildr^iis Shoes Rrltlsh householders, hotel proprietors and roatauranta have been asked by the National Salvage Council to save all nutshells and fruit stones which are urgently rooulred for war purposes. Systematic coUeotlou is to ]w arranced Ic at The Bay ON SALE FROM 6.30 TO 9.30 NO PHONE, APPROVAL OR C.O.D. ON THESE SPECIALS. 5 Doz. Window Shades Of plain green opaiiue with goorl spring roller. Size 3Gx"2. Regular !l5c. Saturday night..... 69c Axminster Rugs Size TixK. \'> only to sell ai, this price. Regular. q QQ ?5.7ri. Saturday night 0��fO Sewing Stands Wicker with silk lining. 2 only to clear at $5. (ja L' only to clear at ... I �)v ''Lok-on" Telescope Sash Rods An extra strong rod. ,')0x.54. Regular r.Oc. . OQ*� Saturday night ........ OlfC Combination Vacuum Sweeper; In a rich mahogany tnetal finish. A vacuum' sw.eeper fully guaranteed. g ("A Special ...... .......I)*9U Ladies' Crepe de Chine Waists In ivory, hello, white, black, navy, etc. Beautiful quality and boantifuUy finished. Regularly retailing at $5.00. o Of^ Saturday'night.......CiaOa Just a Fiew of Those Smart Wash Waists Left In alt white embroidered and neat pin stripes. Regular $1.29. To clear................. 'V3Z Childrens'Fine Kid Boots With McKay sewn soles. The reno.wned "Classic" make. Saturday o aa night............... JaOif Boys' Boots In the taraouB "Buster Brown" make. Undoubtedly the best wearing boot ou the market. Sizes 2% to 6. A oa Satiirda;y nlBhf .'..,... 4���f Tan ''Stop-on" Shoe Polish Black or tan. Saturday j* Bfglit, tin............... DC A Swell Black "Peau de Soie" .^6 inches wide. Ideal lor coat, suit, or dress. 9 7C Saturday night ....... U Special Offering of Brand New Silks for Saturday Night WASHABLE SATIN in white, pale blue and pink.. 38 inches wide. Saturday nIglU, 1 OP yard ............... laMV WASHABLE SATINS in gr�eu, grey, red, and black, :I6 IncbM wide, Saturday night, "I 1A yard ................ l*l�f THE NEW DUCHE88E SATIN in maize, green, black, brown, rose, white and grey. Saturday night, O yard................ A�aw AN EXTRA SPECIAL IN BOYS' SUITS Kor,. sale Saturday night only at these prices: 12 suits.' Regular $7.00, for ......... 10 suits. Regular $9.00,. for ......... 8 suits., Regular $11.00, for ......... 7 suits. Regular - $12.ii0, tor ........ 4.49 6.49 8.49 9.49 HUDSON'S BAYCOMPANY ;