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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 10, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta AUGUST 10 1918 MILADI FOOD BOARD FLASHES FOR FEMININE FOLK Have you tried brown sugar in your preserves Tho most astute house wifo can no shade of differ between It and ordinary white There the three grades of brown generally classified as yellow and dark They con tain 7 to 10 per less sucrose flian refined sugar but they have in from 4 to 8 per of invert which has a sweater taSte than cane sugar and is the su gar found in molasses and PERSONAL Miss Miss Hazel and Miss Nellie Hazel have left to spend a holi day at the coastal and Wilkinson of Pincher Creek are visitors in the 1 Nelson is a visitor at Nel son this Miss Young of Winnipeg arrived in the city yesterday afternoon and is tho guost of Sheriff and Smith has returned from holidaying at and Thomas of Fishburn and Jeering of Plnchor CrecK were motor visitors in the city last Sehl and daughter and Williams have returned from holidaying at M and Claude Hughes are vis King In H Miss Beatrice Knapp hus returned to her homo in Sweet Grass after vis iting here for the past Nimmons and Miss Nim mons have returned from visiting at McKeeahd two children left this morning to spend a few weeks in Miss Edgarof the Office Spe cialty is visiting in the city with and 5th Avenue of was a visitor in Nelson this Thomas Morrison is visiting at Miss Jennie Lingartl has returned homo after three months visit in and was accompanied by her aunt and and Miss and Hall and little and Miss Merle of who have been visiting nnd returned to their home Mediolno Hat John Stenhouse oE the Merch ants an old Elko is of and Truro Riverside for this Notes in Craubrook Weyman and children are vis iting friends in Calgary lor a few rHR Royal Engineers to Trlxlc Amos of the Tlio corn many was performed ni the home of the grooms nnd 24 CavimUsh llrou he bride lining at tended by her Itcd dross nurse from I he happy cou plo went to EJastbinirM Imtlinlr wed ding Uoth Sapper and Matthews are on active univicc in Koinp to London on leave for Thn her ami linr four brothers arc all in I lie sorvice of their Th unmm in well known in having lived horn for leaving hero beginning of tinwar to At that time ho undying law with tho firm of churrli and will join In wishing preai happiness to PAGE ELEVEN SOCIAL EVENTS The following have been re coived by the secretary Alexander lOalt Chapter June Dear I bog to asknowledse receipt of four bundles of having been distributed through Please accept our sincere thanks for I Bth Battalion AfterSupper THE BUSY STORE ON SALE TONIGHT ONLY FROM TO ROLLER TOWELS 50 roller All ready for Made from good quality of heavy Turkish towelling with white and colored Easy to Regular 85c After Supper Sale WUC SILK WAISTS Natural colored shantung silk Made in neat Hem stitched collar and cuffs and trimmed with large pearl O AC Regular After Supper Sale LADIES COMBINATIONS 100 suits only of ladies White cotton Made in good style and neatly finished with Your choice of no sleeve or half sleeve Regular 1 OA After Supper Sate MENS WHITE BALBRIGGAN SHIRTS 25 only mens fine white undershirts in fine mercer ized Made with long sleeves and fronts silk In size 40 Values up to After Supper Sale MENS BALBRIGGAN SHIRTS 200 mens fine balbriggan Made in good quality mater Well Made with long In natural linen white and Sizo 40 Regular After Supper Sale A delightful evening was spent last night at the Felger farm when Felger and Eddy entertained a number of friends in honor of the for mers of San CHURCHES AND SOCIETIES Rosewarns section of tile Re bekahs will meet at the home of 1310 7th on Mon day evening at eight There will be no meeting of the on Monday afternoon as so many of the members are away for the WEDDINGS Vou get real tea value when you buy this and its delicious flavor coats you nothing Blue Ribbon by Britishers for 14 Saturday Night Snaps at The Bay ON SALE FROM TO NO APPROVAL OR ON THESE Clifford of Sweet and Miss Vera of Milk River were married at Leth Both are popular young peo ple of the Gillies accepted a position as accountant with the First Internation al bank there a year This posi tion he filled so well that he was pro moted to assistant cashier recently when Luke resigned and joined tlie He is tho son of and John Gillies of Evans the former a welltodo business man and The ono of Albertas fairest and most accomplished is the second oldest daughter of and prominent farm ers of Milk and has a host of friends in that After a week of honeymooning in Canada they will return to Sweet Grass for a brief period before de parting for Evansville where they will The father of the groom has leeded the couple of Minne sotas best land as a wedding Their many friends wish them a world of success and happiness in their matrimonial Sweet Grass The marriage took place on July S of Sapper Alfred Matthews of the Tho letter below hus linen trans June Mndnm I received your liiier and draft of I wish to thank yon for your so1 generous 1 am truly touched ID sou st you show towards our and the precious help yon us to re lieve our dear Thanks to your kind a treat number of our poor exiles will have the joy of receiving a small panel from France which will help them to hear their hard I thank you for Pray accept the assurance or my best sen timents and LISA The two following letters are in reference to the same socks In the June Dear Madam I am in receipt of ynur letter ad vising thn despatch nf 5 pairs of socks to be distributer amongst the Lethbridge men of this The socks have not hut when they do I will have them distributed as you Presents such as these are always very welcome and must and I beg to thank you nr your thought fulness and generosity in forwarding these Conscientious Objectors Get Get Sentences of 10 Years Each in 100 pillow Made from good quality of white cotton hemmed and ready for A bargain you can use every Regular 45c After Supper Meet Your Friends at July Dear Madam On behalf of the commanding offi cer I wish to acknowledge and thank you for three parcels of socks which were received today from your chap These useful gifts are highly appre ciated by all ranksand we would be pleased if yon would kindly convey our sincere thanksto the I Yours Canadian Cameron Highlanders of Marcel member of the French high commission to the United in an address at the annual of the Knights of Colum bus at New said French soldiers had been killed and wounded in the war and that the poilus were wonderfully cheered by the arrival of the Ameri dras tic manner in which the military au thorities intend to enforce the Mili tary Service Act was emphasized at Niagara Camp today when ten con scientious tried by court heard their The original sentence was life imprisonment but this was commuted by the department at Ottawa to ten The men sentenced were G Eric Sam Wilkie and Bailey and Solemn Niagara mulgation of the sentences of ten years each in the Kingston peniten tiary on ten conscientious objectors here today was attended with impres sive All units were drawn up in a hollow square when the parade was called to attention by Colonel comp and the sentences were read by Major brigade The men sentenced werevery much affected and some of the infantrymen n the ranks fainted under the At the conclusion of the parade the men were dispatched to Kingston where they will serve the sentence in the The fact that these were the first cases to be heard by general court martial induced the military authori ties to commute the sentences from life imprisonment to ten is understood that a prominent young Canadian air man was responsible for the destruc tion of a Zeppelin over the North Sea in Sundays attempted This is the second Zeppelin this airman has HUN DESTROYER German destroyer was sunk eight miles off Zeebrugge according to an official statement Iwued by the admiralty The state ment that It IB probable that the destroyer iunk by strik ing a British ManWKo Enjoys Goo and isnt getting it at Kome ought to take matters into his own and write for our Perfect Coffee Perfectly Made We mail it frea to eJerp man and too vho appreciates a deli cious cup of Write today for your CHASE SANBORN MONTREAL BUruleri ind Rotttera of Grind in a special cable to the Mail and Km plre from France today says Additional evidence of the allies superiority in the air over the Ger mans is forthcoming in a diary cap tured from a German officer who pays hlgh tribute to the British He writes despairingly of the Gorman air One entry There are 17 enemy machines over Conscious of their might not a single German shows Near us is a munitions admirably laid The British aviators drop 100 bombs Although the news papers cannot brag and bluster enough when we publish anything our flying our men themselves ad mit they are inferior to the enemy in numbers and and in any iuso they iiro not us impudent as Day and night he Is dropping bombs past all Mia flights arrive with clockwork regular ity at 11 and G As a rule our Archies cant touch as they fly at a height a shell never KEEP YOUR SHOES NEit WHITE SHOE DRESSING White Liquid WhHeCake For MeiuAVomeiis and Childrens Shoes 5 Window Shades Of plain green opaJw with good spring Size Regular Saturday night ViFV TEN DRY FARMING By MolherwelU Thou shall have no other occu pation than Thou shall fallow thy land every third being careful to plow it both early and ThouShalt cultivate thy fal low and not any other thing green o grow or winds to blow through for in such way the moisture which thy fal low should conserve would be wasted and thy days will be nothing but labor and Thou shall not despise the har row but shall use It even whilst thou and shalt place thy chief re liance upon it whether in early spring except on drifty fal late midsummer or au Thou sow good seed early and down Into tho lest per adventure it cometli not up He who soweth his seed in dry soil casteth away many chances of reap i Thou shall not overload thy dry land farm with mer ciful man doth not overload his ox or his Thin seeding best wlthsttrnd eth the ravages of lipt i Thou shalt keep thy dry farm such kinds and poul try as the water supply JUaketU pos and thou canst pasture roots shalt thou be protected against ad and thus thy and thy children cause to call thee inasmuch as i thou didst not toogreatly dissipate in by lifetime the fertility stoved in thy through many thousands of Thou shall not live uuto thyself but shalt join the Grain Grow ers the agricultural so iety of thy district or any like mind ed organization that is Through heso thou shalt work unceasingly for the welfare of thy district and the up building of Saskatchewan Thou shalt study thy dry land farm and its problems and ponder on ways and means where by its may be keeping always in memory the fact that not alone by speeches and resolu but also by intelligent and time ly hard work shall production be in ironsed and thn eepnomlc salvation of thy country be Thou shalt not covet thy neigh bors big Thou shall not covet by neighbors big nor his mort nor his nor bis nor anything that is thy Remember these dry farming com mandments and keep them The nth suggested by Muruoch at the As sociation meeting Thou shalt take to the bosom of thy farm the waters stored in the and brought to thee by the rivers and streams and the main ditches and the laterals that thou mayest pasture and feed and water thy nocks and thy and that the burnyaid manure may replenish the earth thut thy days may ha long in the thou and thy wifo and thy children and thy childrens unto tho third and fourth generation and that thy farm may remain with thee in stead of drifting upwards to the British hotel proprie tors and restaurants have been nsked by the National Salvage Council to save all nutshells and fruit stones which are urgently required for war Systematic collection is to arranged Axminster Rugs Size 15 only to soft at this Qfi Saturday night Sewing Stands Wicker with silk 2 only to clear at J 2 only to clear at I Lokon Telescope Sash Rods An extra strong Regular Saturday night Combination Vacuum Sweeper In a rich mahogany jmetil A fully JC CA Ladies Crepe de Chine Waists In Beautiful quality and beautifully Regularly retailingat Saturdaynlght Just a Few of those Smart Wash Waists Left In all white and neat pin Regular To JQ Fine Kid Boots With McKay sewn The renowned Classic Saturday O OA Boys Boots Iu the famous Buster Brown Undoubtedly the best boot on the mar Sizes 2 to Saturday night Tan Stopon Shoe Polish Black or Saturday tin A Swell Black Peau de Sole 36 inches Ideal for or 9 7C Saturday night Special Offering of Brand New Silks for Saturday Night WASHABLE SATIN In pale blue and 36 inches Saturday t OC yard WASHABLE SATINS in and 36 incbii Saturday 1 A yard ItltF THE NEW DUCHEStE SAT IN in white and Saturday yard AN EXTRA SPECIAL IN BOYS SUITS Saturday night only at these prices 12 suits Regular A for 10 Regular JO for 8 Regular o JQ 7 Regular for 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