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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 10, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta SATUHIUY, AUdUST 10 1918 I'UK LRTHBWRCH DAILY HKIULD PAGE MILADI Have you triei brown sugar in your preserves? The most astuio liouse- can delect no shade of differ- ence between it and ordinary' whito linear. There tuc tlirto grades ot brown generally rlassllEcd as bright, yellow anil dark yellow. They con- tain 7 to 10' per cent, less sucrose lhau refined gugar but (hey have from 4 to S per cent, of invert sugar, which K sweeter ta'Stc lhan cane susar and Is Counil In honey. Iru'ts. molasses nnri Miss Murray, Miss Hazel and Miss Nellie Hazel have lett to spend a day at tho coastal cities.- Rev. and Mrs. Wilkinson ol Pincher Creek arc visitors in tlio city. t 1 Mr. YV. J. Nelson Is a visitor at Xcl- Son this week. Miss Young of Winnipeg arrived in the city yesterday afternoon and is Mr. II. A. Smith lias returned from holidaying al Proctor. and Mrs. Chad. Thomas ol Kishburn and Dr. (Jeering ol I'lucaer Creett ivere motor visitors In the city last week. Mrs. K, J. Setil aud daughter and Mrs. Williams have returned from EiO.llLlayiug at Banff, Mr. and Mrs. Claude Hughes are vis. Hlng in Victoria, H C. Miss Beatrice Knapp has returned (o her homo In Sweet Grass after vis- lling here for tho past month. Mrs. It. NImmons and MIES Xiin- mohs have returned from vtsiting at Pro dor. Mrs. J. C.'McKec'and two cLlltlrcn left Hits morufag fo Epeud a few weeks in'Ferule.- 1J.CV Miss U. u. Eilgar-'ofihfi Office Spe cialty Company. Edmonton, is visiting in iho city with MrTSHrt Mrs. T. II. Urcwer, 5th Avenue North. 3Ir. C. C. Patching, ot Etzlkom. was a visitor in'Nelson this week. Mrs. Thomas Morrison is vteiting at Nelson. B, C. Miss Jennie Lingard has returned homo after three months' visit in Saskatoon, and was accompanied by her aunt and Mrs. and lloblnson. Mr. aud Mrs. A. E. llall and little daughter, Edna, and Miss Merlo'Rold, Uoyal Engineers to Sernt. Tflilc Amos ol the W.A.VC The ctre- mony was per lor UK- J ui ihc home ot iht! groom's "parent r. Mr, and Mrs- W. 24 Cavi'inlish Utuid. Ilrou- dt'sbury, lfondon, driiltt being at- tended by her sister, a nurse from Frana-. ike happy cou- _pto weut to tfasibuur-io for their ived- ding trip. lioth Sapper and Mrs. Matthews are on active oetvitc in Frruive, goinp to London, on leave for the ctremouy. The bride, aer elstrr and her four brothers aro all in tky service of their country. "Hif JTOOJU is well known in Leihbridiu', Jr.ivinK lived here ftir eight- years k-nvInK here at tho beginning uf war to c-ulist. At that time ho was studying law with the firm of Church and McArtbur. UlUbrldijy peoplu will join in grtat hupitlncss lo both. i. o. D. E. T. and Mra. D. V. Jackson, returned to their homo Hat News. Mr. Jolm Stenliouse ot the Merch- ants Hank, Lethbrldge, an old Elko- ile. Is.tho guest ot Mr. nnd Mrs. Iloea., Traro Cottage. Ulverslde Park, lor Chapter France, Dear Madam: Tho following letters have been re- ceived by tbe secrr-tary Sir Alexander 191S. Ihis Notes In Craubrook Herald. Mrs. Woyman and children are vis-j beg asltuowlpilse receipt of itlng friends in Calgary for a leiv days. SOCIAL EVENTS A deliKhtful evening was spent last night at 1hc Kelger farm when Mrs. 'elger and .Vfre. P. Eddy entertained A umher ot friends in honor of the for- er's sister, Mrs. J. S. McKnlghl of mi Cat. O After-Supper A M. ials THE BUSY STORE ON SALE TONIGHT ONLY FROM 7.00 TO 9.30 ROLLER TOWELS 50 otily, roller towels. All ready for use. Jlade front feood'quallly of heavy Turkish, towelling with while and coloreiTstrlpe. Easy to launder. Regular Sue each. After Supper Sale........................................ODC SILK WAISTS Natural colored shantung silk waists. Jlado in neat style. Hem- .Blitchetl collar -anrt cuffs ftnd trimraejl with largo pearl buttons. Regular After Supper Sale LADIES' COMBINATIONS 100 aulta only of ladies' jtvhltc cqllon coinbinalions. Jlade In good style and neatly finished with edging. Your choice ot no sleeve or halt sleevo styles. Ilcgrilar j OA After Supper Sak MEN'S WHITE BALBRIGGAN SHIRTS, 25 fine white undershirts in line mercer- ized weave. Made with long" sleeves and fronts silk finished. In size 40 only. Values up to After Supper Sate MEN'S BALBRIGGAN SHIRTS 200 men's fine hallirlggad shlrte. Matlc In gootl quality matcr- Well flniahcd. Made with long sleeves. In natural linen color, white nnd Wack. Size- 40 only. Regular 75c. After Supper Sale PILLOWCASES 100 only, pillow cases. Mado from good quality. ot white cotton hemmed and ready for use, A liargam you can use every day. 46c each. After Supper Sale, tach JUC Meet Your; Friends at Rylands, four bundles of Sox, same h uving been disirlbuted tbroiigli tbe Battalion. Please acceyt our sincere thanks. G. L. IUXXKH. Capt. for O.C, IRIIi Rattalloii. Tho letter belovr luis been trans- lated. Paris, France, Juno 25. Madam: 1 received your and draft of 1 wish to thank you [or your ?o generous gift- I ?un truly touched tu see the inter- est you sliow towards our work, and :hc .precious" help you glvu us to re- lieve our dcnr nrisontirs, Tbaaks to RilJMIBBQN 1Tou get real tea value when you buy this brand, and its delicious flavor costs you nothing Blue Ribbon by Britishers for Britishers. CHURCHES AND SOCIETIES C- 4 4 6 4 Mrs. Rosewarn's section ot the lie- ekahs will meet at tho home of Mra. Swart, 1310 7th Ave. South, on Men- lay evening at eight o'clock. There will be no meeting of the G.I. A. on Monday afternoon as so many of the members are away for Ihc summer, WEDDINGS' your kiud donation, n number Mr. Clifford K. Gillies, of Sweet Jrass, and Miss Vera UeffirjgweU, of Milk River were married at I.elh- jrEdgu. Uotli are popular young peo- pie of the vtclntty. j Mr. Gillies acceded a position as accountant with the First Internation- aPbank there a year} ago. 'This posi- tion ho filled so well that lie Vas pro- moted to assistant cashier recently when R. J, Luke joined Tie army, lie la the son- of Mr. and Mrs. John Gillies of Evansvitle; Minn., the former a business man ant! farmer. "Vide, one of. fairest and most accomplished ladies, is life second .oldest, daughter of Mr. and -Mrs. F.S, Leffingwell, prominent farm- ers of Milk Hirer, and has a host of friends in that community. Alter a week of honeymooning In Canada they will return lo Sweet Grass for a brltiC period before, de- parting tor Evansville where they will reside. The father of the groom has deeded the couplo 320'Rcres of Minne- sota's best Jand aa a wpddlng present. Their many "friends wish them world of success and happiness their matrimonial Grass Advocate. MATTHEWS-AMOS. The marriage took place on July1 8 of our poor exiles will have Iho joy of receiving a small parcel from France which will help them to bear their liard sufferings. I thank you for them, madam. Pray accept the assurance of my beat sen- timents and thanks, LIHA .The two following tetters are in reference to the same socks: In the Field, JUHR 19., 191S. Dear Madam: I am In receipt of your letter ad- vising ihfi despatch ot a) pairs of socks to be distributed amongst the Lethbridge men of this battalion. The socks have not yet arrived, but when, they do I will have ihein distributed as-you desire. Presents are always very welcome and-most useful, and 1 beg to thank you for your thought !ulness and generosiiy in forwarding these gifts. Yours; "faithfully, H. URQUHART. Dear Madam: On. behalf. of July 13, 191 pmiu aniline olfi ccr I wish to acknowledge and thank you for three parcels oC socka whict were received today from your chap- ter. V These -useful gifts are highly appre- Conscientious Objectors Got Get Sentences of 10 Years Each in Pen, London, Aug. is understood that a prominent young Canadian air- man was resuonslllu for the destruc- tion of a Zeppelin over the North Sea in Sunday's attempted raid. This is the second Zeppelin thla airman, has destroyed. ,1 an "i pleased if you wouhl kindly convey our sincere tbanksUo the donors. lam, Yours sincerely, H. MacKENZIE, Capt. Quartermaster, 1 43rd Canadian Battalion, Cameron Highlanders ot Canada. Hamilton, Ont., Aug. dras- tic manner In which the military au- thorities inteud lo enforce tbe Mili- tary Service Act was emphasized at Niagara Camp to-day when ten con- scientious objectors, tried by court martial, heard their fate. The original sentence was Ufa imprisonment but this was commuted by the department at OUawa to ten years. The men sentenced were: H. G. Calma, Eric Kilclmer, Sam Sullivan, W. H. Bailey, A. T. GrimBley. J. G. Phillips, A. E. Scott. F. G. Wilkie and C. T. Bailey and G. Calma. Solemn Ceremony. Niagara Camp, Ont.. Aug. mulgation of the sentences ol ten years each in tho Kingston peniten- tiary on ten conscientious objectors hero to-day was attended with imjiresi sivc scenes, AU uiiils were drawn tip in a hollow square wlieri the parade was "called to attention by Colonel MacLearen, comp commandant, and the sentences were read by Major A. G. Lewis, brigade major. The. men sentenced were-very- much ffected and sonic of the infan Hymen n the ranks fainted under the strain, At tbe conclusion of the parade (he men were dispatched lo Kingston There liiEv serve ill? sentence n the penitentiary. The fact that these were llm first cases to be heard by general court martial induced the military authorj- ea to commute the sentences from lifo imprisonment to ten years. HUN DESTROYER SUNK. London, Aug. German destroyer was sunk eight miles off Zeebrugge yesterday, according to an official statement Issued by the admiralty to-day. The state- ment says that it Is probable that the destroyer was iimk by strik- ing a British mine. TEN.DRY FARMING V COMMANDMENTS. oi "Sapper Alfred Matthews of the cans." Marcel Knecht, member of the French high commission lo the United States, in an address at the annual convention, or tlie Knights of Coluro- bus at New York, said French' soldiers had been killed and n-oiindcit in the war and that the "poilus wonderfully cheered by the arrival the Ameri- ManWKo Enjoys GoodCoflee and isn't getting it at Kome ought to take matters into fiis own Hands, ond for our fcooMet-__ "Perfect Coffee Perfectly We mail it fra to eOerp nun (and cious cup of coffee. i Write today for your 19S CHASE SANBORN .MONTREAL 'GSJ 10 Mil .Tovralo, Aug. FhHIlps, in a special cable to the Mail anil Km- plro [rom France Additional evidence of Ihc. allies' supcrioriEjr in (he air over tho Ger- mans Is forthcoming in n diary 'cap- tured from a German officer who pays liiBti (rilreto lo the Brltlfh airmen. He tvrites despairingly of the German air service. One entry reads. 'There are 17 enemy machines over- Conscious of their might not a single German shows up. N'car 113 ID a munitions dump, admirably laid out. The British aviators droi> about 100 bombs dallv. Although the news- papers cannot brag and bluster enough' when publish anything about our flying smfcfi, our men themselves ad- mit they are inferior to the enemy in numbers and equipment, and in any case they Tommy. HI__ are not hs Impudent as 'Day and nighl he Is overhead, dropuinf? bombs past nil count. Ufa flights arrivo with clockwork regular- ily at II a.m. and 6 p.m. As a ruto our Archies can't touch them, as they fly at a height a shell never KEEP YOUR I SHOES NEtT I WHITE SHOE DRESSING White Liquid White Cake For Hens.Womens and Children's Shoes ON SALE FROM 6.30 TO 9.30 NO PHONE, APPROVAL OR C.O.D. ON THESE SPECIALS. S Dor. Window Shades Or plain green opaiiur with good spring roller. Sfze Uegular S5c. Salurilay night......... Axminsler Rugs Size 15 only'; lo-sell at. lilts price. Iteeular'.O.QO! 55.75. Saturday, night Sewing Stands Wicker wilh silk lininK. 2 only to clear at t5. 7 2 only to clear at I iOU (UviHon. H. Molbenvell.) 1. Thou shall'have no other occu- pation than fanning 2 Thou shaft fallen Ihy land ever} third jcar, being careful to plow it both early .deeply 3. Thoulf'sbalt thy fal- low and nol weeilb or anr otiier thing Ihaljs" green (o grow thereon wludb to blow through U, for in such tlTe moisture- whictf tb> fal loulJ conserve wonld be wasted and Ihy days will be nothing but labor and 'sorrow 4. Thou shnlt not despise the liar- row but shall UBO it even whilst tbou nlowest, and shall-place Ihy chief re- it thereafter, whether In early spring (except on drifty fal laic spring, mid-summer or aa tumn. 5. Thou shall sow good iced earlj and down into Iho moisture, lest per adventure it cometh not; up, betimes He who soweth hts seed In dry soi cast el li away many chances or reap ing. f> Thou shall QblVvcrlria'd: land fsrm with seec) even, mer clful man rloih not overload ;his ox or his ass. Thin seeding hest wilhafpnd elh the ravages of flrsught and T hot winds. i Thou shall Keep .on, tlij dr> farm such kiwis and ot horses, catllo, ami iPP'H- Iry as Ihc waler juppii iliakctli pos slble, and thou caust (row pasture fodder, roots-ana 6taln for Thus shalt Ihou bo prolectcil against ad vcrsity, and Ihm ahalt Ihoil thj thy children s cause to call thce blessed as thou didst not too greatly _dtsslp'ale in thy lifetime tho fertility stored in Ihy soil Ihrough many thousands ot years 8. Thou shall nol live tmlo thyself alone, bul shall join the (Irani Grow- ers' Association, tho agricultural dety of thy district or any like mind cd organization that Is good. Thrmrgl theso thou shall work .unceasingly for the welfare of thy district and the up building' ot Saskatchewan agriculture 9. Thou shalt study Ihy dry land farm and Us unceas! _ anil ponder on ways and means where- by Un fruttlulnes" may be Increased keeping always In memory tha fact that not alono by speeches and.resolu- tions, bul also by Intelligent and time- ly hard'work shall production ba In- creased anJ the economic salvation of tliy country be wrought. 10. Thou shall nol covet thy nelgb- jor's, Thou .shall not covet thy neighbor's big four, nor his morl- sagc. nor'.hls worry, nor his hurry, nor anyltilng that Is thy neighbor's. nemember these dry farming com mandmenls and keep thorn wholly. Tho lllh Commandment, suxKOAtet by 0. n. Mnruoch at ihe W.C.I.'As sedation meeting: Thou shall take to Iho bosom of thy farm Ihs elored in Ihc mountains, nnt brought lo Ihee the rlvcfs streams and tho main ditches and tile aterals; that thou' pasture and feed and water tby Hocks and thy herds, anij that the..barnyardi.niantir6 may replenish iho earth iMhjit days ma'y'-bc long In th'6 land, thou' and thy wlfo and lliy cilldifen :anil Ihy children's children? linio tho third and fourth that Ihy farm may remain In-, slcail of drifting upwards to the'sky. "Lok-oti" Telescope Sash Rods An eilra strong rod. SOiS Uegular 60c night Combination Vacuum Sweeper! i i In a rich mahogany mefal finish A vacuum'' fully guaranteed Special 6.50 Crepe de Chine Wairts in hori hello white blactc, navy, Beautiful quality and beautifully finished Regularlv retailing at n OA baturtiaV f Just a Few Smart Watt Left In all ivhite. embroidered, aud neat piu stripes. Regular To in clear ChtldW Fine Kid Boob With JtcKay aeivn'sQlea. The- "Classic" make. Saturday o night Boys'Boots lu the'- itftraous "Buster-' make.'Undoubtedly Ihe hesl v earltig boot on tbo mar-4 ket Mzes Z% to G Saturday night i Tan "Stop-on" .Polish Saturda> p night (in A SweD Bkck "Peau de Soie" ,36. inches wide. Ideal for.' coat, suit, or dress. Saturday night Special Off wing of Brand New Silks for Saturday WASHABLE SATIN In white, pale .hluc and: 36 Inches wide. Saturday op yard WASHABLE 3ATINS in red, auj'ljlatk. Sfi.lncliM wide. Saturday night, 1A yard THE NEW., DUCHfiaSE SAT- IN In maize, green, blacV, Iirowti, rose, wbltft and grey. KaUtrday nlghl, yard AN EXTRA SPECIAL IN BOYS'SUITS night only atjtheac tmcs: '12 Itegiilar ?7.00i (or ,'10< suits. Kfgular 4.49 ,6.49 ,.8 suits.. Rreular ijj.59. 7'snltB. Regular lor 9.49 HUDSON'S BAYCOMPANY 1 ;