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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - August 12, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta MONnAY, AlTfirST 12rintRN^. PAGE THREE THAT SON-IN-LAW OF PA'S By Wellington -Bur VJE MUSTHT BE SEl.'F�SH.T UPT'sIr]^ AND ENDURE rr J HE'S ENJOVIH^^THJS ^COMPLETE-' REiJT? m INSMLEO AI NEiM (From Our Own Correspondent) Nemlscam, Aug. 12.-Last Wodnos-day evening saw one ot the largest gatherings ot Knights ot Pythias this place has seen tor some time, it being Installation ot oincerff tor the ensuing term, Bro. A. J. H. Donohuo, C.D.Q.C, officiating as installing olTl-c�r, visitors were present from Foremost, Etzlkom and the surrounding district After the business was completed, the gathering was treated to a war time supper, alter whicli they were entertained by ^speeche^ and stories. Bro. Donohue congi-atululed the lodge on the efllciQucy ot their work and also on the harmony prevailing which goes so tar toward the success ot the organization. Following is a list ot jlllcors Installed: P. C, Bro. G. S. Warren; K.C., Bro. B. P. Ross; V.C., Bro. C. C. Sheets; M.A., Bro. A. F. Lynes; W.M., Bro. A. Brean; M.F.. Bro. G. E. Strain; M.K., Bro. C. Wek; I. G., Bro. S. Siioots; O.G., Bro. H. Kjorvin. Mr. Ed. McIIngh has purchased a large ranch near Manyborries jnd expects to move his flue herd of cattle to the new home In a short time. Tliat McHugh has faith In the future of Southern Alberta is proved by the fact that after looking over the" prospects through the northern part of the province as tar north as the Peace River district, with the view of establishing a largo rancli, he has returned to the vicinity in which ha has resided tor a number ot years .and purchased a home, sf^tisfiert tiidt the south is the best yet. Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Baker have returned from Lethbridge where they spent a pleasant holiday. Messrs. Chas. Handerson and Xv. ^4 - WIT Mn. MT.  Hesiaential Church School for Hoys IK>otinak>*HkTHt�iitti>n. anrlaUiw L>k> Onknn: SO ftcpia of n�7\*? FlaliU,, tirtanwlutB, tUcolflccBl Kink. Vo� yresaretl (or'tht Unlventlle*. Ko7ftl tmiurr CMItsa u4 Itiuinm R�U(ii)ui tnlnini. BtuUAd Ctepd. Junior Sctiod lor Ilo;> of > to U Tar .fntatut tfplll to Bta4matlir, IXr.t. GBAIUM OBClUaD. JLA., OUO. Fall Terin commencts September 12 Successes,;i918. U;M.C. Entrance 1st .p[aee, 8 passed. anb IDicg ^cliaat fat �!(!. EiUblfthed over fifty ^eu* All Department* from Kiademrtea to Ualferelly MatrleaUtUn. For Calendar apply to the The Handsome Stones on viow hero are not so oxpon-slve as you may Imagine, Wo prepare them when no Immediate orders are on hand, for that reason you'll find their cost very roaBoriablo and their artistic excellence unaBsallable, , Lethiiridffe Monumental and Cut Stone Works R, Naedt, Prop. 8th Street 8, Long motored to Lethbridge and return this week. They report a pleasant trip. Tho farmers ot the district are busy harvesting their wheal. Although the crops are light compared with 1915 and 191C the sample is very good. Mr. Roy Harty has commenced work on his now barn, Mr. G. R. Collard and family have moved to Hazenmore, Hask., whore he has secured a situation with the Victoria Elevator Company as' agent. Mrs. F. Truesdall has returned from Lethbridge where she has been under medical troattnent for some time, her many friends are pleased to see her home again so greatly improved. Mr. Dan Carrier spent a tew days in Grassy Lake during the week. -Several horse and cattle buyers from outside points arc purchasing stock through this district, tho prices being offered are very favorable with several sales reported. NOT SO STRICT OOCOINTS NOW Young men ot military age wilt not necessarily bo held liable to severe punishment for not carrying documents showing tho reason why they are not in military service. A new order has been issued from Ottawa allowing greater latitude wliereby prima facie evidence Can be accepted in cases where the documents are not available. The new order explains that although the police cannot accept the word ot an utter stranger In regard lo I lie tact that he is exempt from military service, tho sort of papers and documents that the man can produce will depend on his own circumstances. Tliia action was taken by the Ottawa authorities owing to the largo numl;er o� complaints received ot cases where the man was arrested and penalized tor not having the proper documents in his possession despite tlio tact that ho was able to prove to tho police his immunity from service. VULCAN ' (From Tho Advocate.) Vulcan's fourth annual Agricultural Fair last Saturday was the best in the history of tho society from every standpoint. The exhibits were better and more numerous, especially when the dry year is considered, and they were shown to better advantage. Special mention ought to be made ot Mr, T. A_Irvlng's display ot grains and grasses, mounted. They were this year's growing, and this, together with tho exhibit of Mr. V. S. Cole, showed how much wo could expect from this district even in a dry year. In the dairy products the butter stood out as the best exhibit. It was so dimcult to decide as to the prize winner that any one of four exhibits woro easily within a point of being a winner, consequently, honorable mention is being made In tho, list ot awards. COLEMAN (From Tho Bulletin.) Another Coleman boy has paid tho supremo sacrlflcfl. On the 27th June Jules Guerln mot with a fatal accident near Calais. The details are not quite clear, but it seems while por-forrtling his duties In transportation his horse took fright and threw Jules heavily to tho ground, lie never returned to consciousness. Ho was burled near Calais on July 3rd. There was a good attendance at the Eagles' liall on Friday ovejiing last �when P. W, QodsaU, ot Cowley, Alia., delivered a stirring address on "Prisoners ot war In Gormapy" using his nephew's diary as reference. The labor shortage does not aeem to have readied this vicinity as far as harvest help Is concerned. On tho South Fork the other day we say four women and two largo boys following one do the stooking. They could almost have, shelled the wheat and oaten It as It was cut. During the llrst six months of tho present year coal production In British Columbia has reached a total ot 1,375,289 tons, or 257,922 tons'In excess of that producQif for tho same period last year. CRO THROUG ROICE Edmonton, Aug. 12.-Recent rains throughout the soiithern country have made a material Improvement in crop conditions. In certain districts of tho south where the prospect was poor two weeks ago heavy rains have fallen and the grain is now filling nicely. On account ot this moisture the feed situation in many localities Is greatly relieved, and conditions are much more encouraging than they have been tor some time. Over a considerable area of tho soulh-oastern p,irt, how-over, there has been no rain, with the result that farmers generally in tills area are looking north tor teed. Many ot the southern stockmen are now In the north, either putting up hay themselves or contracting for It in the stack. There is a large amount ot green feed available on account ot tlie early July frost, but up. to tho present time the stockmen do not seem to be in a hurry to purchase. On the other hand, farmers hesitate to cut this feed until there is a market in sight tor it. Most ot the business which has been transacted so far has been done on a basis ot $7 to $0 a ton In the stack, tho purchaser lo look after the baling, and in case he wishes to ship .stock to winter, tho feed Is mostly being purchased on the same basis in the stack, some special arrangement being made for hauling the teed from the stock to tho feeding quarters. Considerable numbers ot sheep and cattle have been moved north already for pasturing and wintering. Some Improvement in Frozen Area. Immediately att;er the frost it was apparent that the greater , portion ot the wheat and barley crop was destroyed. As the season advances some improvement is noticeable. On the high ground where the wheat and barley wag well advanced before the frost a proportion of the lieads are filling, and in Isolated cases where very early varieties were sown there will be a 30 to 40 per cent. crop. The rains which have fallen throughout tho north country have helped tho wheat to keep Its color well. Over a good deal of the frozen area the wheat which is standing is still a good color and will make very good winter feed. Where it has been possible for far-mors to secure a market tliey are nov.' busily engaged in cutting. Some cutting of ripe grain has commenced in tho south country, but will not be geneval tor a tew days yet. RESOLOTION OF THE VETERANS The following resolutions were passed at tho closing sessions of the convention of tie Great War Veterans In Toronto: Tiiat the Dominion Executive Investigate the possibility of an insurance system for rctiiniod soidlcrs, backed by tho State. That a memoiinl day bo set aside for the commcniniutiou of those who died ^n tlie scrvifn! ot Iheir country. That veterans liavo priority ot claim for appointment- in tin: civil service. That the Doniiiiioti I'lvccutlvo be allowed $25,000 lo (liny on the work ot tho association dtuMng the coming year. That paid poRiliniiK in Iho G.W.V.A. bo open to men wiio liavc seen service In Prance or En(,-laiii|. That political disnusslons be prohibited at the Dominion conventions. That voting at (lin convention bo on tho b.isls Qt per capita representation. That the Dominion Government take steps to fix tin' price of all staple necessities ot life. That the G.W.V.A. emphasize the necessity of cfnial pensions for all ranks in the C.K K. That increased ]i(insions be paid to dependents of deceased soldiers. That whenever a vacancy occurs In tho civil service rilurned soldiers be given the opporlmiity of maldng application, and their applications have priority of claim. NERVY MOUNTED POLICE GREEN FEED FOR WINTERING CATTLE Wo are prepared to furnish Farmers and Ranchers,with any amount of Green Feed (Frosted Wiieat) baled and loaded on cars for .shipment south or stacked in fields In North Country for feeding on the ground. �Can place large number of stock for winter feeding In Edmonton, Beaver Ulver and Peace River Districts on shares and by the season. We can sell your cattle and aheep for you on the best tenus available. For Prices and Terms wire, write or phone. Do it now, as tho season is short and time flies. Mercantile Traders' Exchange 820 Tegier Block, Edmonton Alberta Phone 6422 - 201-13 IRY A HERALD WAN! AD AUCTION SALE TOMORROW, TUESDAY AT THE LETHBRIDGE SALE AND FEED BARN STARTING AT TWO O'CLOCK SHARP HORSES, CATTLE & WAGONS HORSES AND HARNESS 2 bay mares, 3 years old, 2400-lbB., and broke to work; 2 bay horses, 5 years old, 1600 lbs,, and broke to work; 2 bay horses, 4 years old, 2C00 lbs,, and broke to work; 2 brown horses, C and 7 years. 2800 lbs., broke to work; 2 chestnut horses, matched, 3 years old, 1100 lbs. each, halter broke; 2 bay marcs, 9 years old, 2400. lbs.; 2 black niaroa, 5 years old, 2500 lbs. and broke to work; 2 bay mares, 8 years old, 3200 lbs,; 1 bay mar'e, 5 yuars old, 1200 lbs,; 1 buckskin mare, 8 years old, 1100 lbs.; 1 brown mure, a saddle mare, 4 years old, 1100 lbs.; 1 grey mare colt, 2 years old; 1 roan horse, 8 years old, 1100 lbs.; 1 Welsh pony mare, 8 years old, -700 lbs,; 1 saddle horse, 5 years old, 1100 lbs.'; 3 registered Shorthorn Durham bulls, 3 years old. CATTLE-9 caws, 3 to 7 years old; B cows, 3 to 7 years old, duo to be fresh shortly; 1 cow, due lo be fresh January lat, 1919. 1 heavy lumber wagon, 3%, arm and grain tASk; 4