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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 20, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE SIX THE LETHBRIDGE DA11A HERALD AUGUST Hil7 If if Virgin Prairie Land Sold For Deals Put Through From Our Own more that ho has this year in wheat nearly 500 ot the best ivheai in He studied llio lev cation of Ms and has ihtrtn oa a plight rise ot ou the west ot which he pUmlcd trees a few years which today give him protection from the west and shelter for his He also took In to account the water problem and in stalled a large which receives all he ivaier from his uiany buiJdmgs anJ the nearby this all runs In to tbo dstern tluring Itie is properly cared and lie Is now us ing it for While the omlay was 1101 it has paid Cliauiauqia j many as daring the educational group tuicplctcd their weather in winter he always flays iu and left lor the UAS a supply for all they to the iicoult1 iliffor Dt view of and ltt a Rreal im pressloji that Isnot allin the what we but i igh ei anil wider sphertv which they were able topresent fa a way not htanl of They lifted themen nnd wo men fromevery Jay and bavo given new which will became Eighty factors in the lives ot all who were to attend the course of tbe six real edu so great was the appreciation o hp wiiertaimiioiiis that they had no liifficaUy in olHRinihs a larssiium her to guarantee their return in anoth er pltvislnir were they In Ihtir description of the toys in the and their etnpbaszJng Iho frieads ta Jeffrey has beer fa ihs distrkt in the interestof theAlberta Flour ing they purpose building a mill capable of turning out barrels of flour per will be gin excavating forthis immense mill on The lumber dealers are very busy handling lumber and many wheat bins are being another dication that our farmers are expect ing a large ip the face ofUie re nt port that the great irop scrrtaee 15 very i is now corafortahly located In the camp at Waterton all the southern men are with and will enjoy Hie two montlrs and continued train Tbis is an ideal as they plenty tfrange lor the field and rifte which they are hav ing while ou their The Bay Scouts are now camped on the river west of Macleod about 9 known as Jerry Potts The men Iu charge are young men who spent some years as stouts and later in oue of the battalionsin train ins i These boys were re inrned for the reason they were too young to so aiid are Jngtbe days when tliey the sge arid get awaywith their old er Edgar islooking bfter the as she knows how to new pool is going up Mr KrUksPH has put up a nice new barn which gives him a new complete scl of farm Among the Calgary visitors this week were Steve Hi Bradley ami Dutiy and of Lo were weekend visitors at the Jerry Hickett The Hastings have finished Haleys MrriNataiuUh has traded his Ford lo Klmer Jones fur a carcf seven passenger Llrlcfc and Lacy were Champion cn Craps called to Calgary by the illness of his Nof manyAttended the free dance at Enchant Monday evening owing to and Karl Jones are spend ing their summers vacalloii at the arm during Guy McCann and Bruce were Lethbrldge shoppers Saturday A great many have been out to Grays to see sis binders at work u one Held drawn by an They cut 160 acres a day and have guile a few days cutting yet to and Buchan motor ed to Lethbridge returning i Henry Barnett and sons are build ing a nice large house on their Miss the postmistress has gone for a two weeks vacation at The Ladies Aid has changed thefr meeting from the 22nd lo the Ttie Ladies will hold a quilting bee in hall Fri day SI from 2 to A handle having several of her own she also has G hsstarudand two boyshow at the Land in the Macleod district is still moving from oue owner to Several quarters and half sections have thauged hands One pletB of Virgin prairie tor per acre arid sections has a new ownerat the same was paid on and the special feature will be the picnic sup for the AH ladies are cordially invited lo bring1 thimbles and enjoy a social Admis sion will be two cents for each let ter In a persons Children over one cent a Gentle rhec are invitedto tax three cents a Supper at the rain storm of Monday GKASSY Grassv Sauls ami McVaob left Thursday for Lclh SOAP Aims aiid Objects of The War Veterans Associatn Miss Grace Saul ol la vlsUlug lau The Misses Mabel and Ireue King returned from a visit In Ieliii Oddie has her Me ol vlsltlug Miss Vtna who has been Montana for the past year is visit og her uiid Una The 1olter family motored to Lelh Friday for the re urnlug the same Couslug was iuLetli ridge for Clmutauciua A low of our peoyle up to Taber Tuesday night to hear tho awaitaa the last number of lie Chaulauqua and were auipfy re aid for congratulate LethbrMge for aving the which is In selt a summer school ol Harold Herlen is opening an upto garage on Main He has enied iue liUittllHg formerly used as he German which about It to heated with steam so that cars can drive in and stand dur ng cold Harold Is an expert car man and we vouch for him every success in his new A repair gang Is here working on he Ogilvle as this Is the end of the year with The elej balance is and will be paid in a few Several buyers are agresaWr disappointed at the which better than fora Liberal convention for theiMacleod district are the present sitting aadcan is1 the employ the British which is no doubt a better position than for aay Canadian conslitu As soon as word is fromthe Doctora convention will be If he does not wish toremain in the another will be found lo accept the Jlarrpst bands are in wages are from to per day with A light bail storm visited theHazel mGre dltfrlct Friday as the mcst not much damage was A heavy rain fol Is great talue to the late A model and one that may be made or duplicated by many is found the home of 9 miles nortlTor the town ot Mr to this part thirteen years from took up a and since has purchased evening a shockof wheat in burn ing it The boltwas enough to knock Boyd but no fur nrarfiaV gone loathe coast for a few weeks Quite anuipber attended the stam pedeat Leth bridge Thursday and Friday and it as aVout the same as at theHat and plenty of good contestants for the j There many people in this country who are not even aware tbat there Is such an in stitution as the Great War Veterans Association of are inanw who arc aware that tliere is such who have only a slight idea ot Its There quite a of people ivho aims and objects but from the point o view but they do not realize to what extent this movement tends and Itow vitally it affects the citi zens of Canada throughout the Do With conscription in and when soon every man who can be a win he a this war the returned man andwliat to do for Kim is to be one of the biggest problems facing this are going to winlhe but the cost oE it is going to he at a fright ful To men can never come the country owe the deepestdebt of but we can do little for them except to worship and honor memory as the greatest of Canadas and see that accordedtheir We something man who is privileged to return from this awful turmoil fn Flanders and and it is up to citizen ot to interest himself or to a greater or lesserexteut rnit and to apersonal mat ter to that thfernin fought the battles coufllry is his cover to settle again to jeveryda Ivil The men who havecomo back know the unsettled feeling tha ccines to men on their returi l ivil life alter having gone such eiiwrlence as are representatlvi if life in the Our first then must be ti obk to the welfare of the men whi come To be ready with thi fieansof helping not only frbn material but from i social so that when h Eteps on the so of this country agal 10 will at oace realize a home and amongst loving friends wh will Look after him and To b inspired with such a feeling tha on his return from the terrible exper ences he has jyat come sure to tend to a tremendous uplif of the men andencourage them to turn Lo civil life with a gooO hear to become a useful member of wha vator Is shipping out all grain and tit ling up ta general fur another A big deal iu selling land was rut on by In tho last few He sold IiU entire taining over six stcUoas ta Spokane parties whu took Hjssesslou Mon v tatlirop will be Ho was erne of our largest giv ing his entire time and attention to this land since he gave up the real estate business in Leth bvldgo to come down hereto beliivo Ue lias been amply re There Is over two thousand ucres In crop this Mntl en now busy its tields overy Some of builiiiugs in this imrt of tho country are on his School ouons August tcaiher of tho grammar and wlfo are hero and have taken up their residence 011 tho uorth Comfort in the Home The Sunshine Furnace chases chills from coldest corners and insures ut most comfort in the home throughout Docfc buy any furnace or heating plant until you have yestigated the merits of the Sun SUNSHINE FURNACE 10NDOK TORONTO MONTREAL WIHSIPEB VAKCOOVER HAMILTON CAtGARI SASKATOOK EDMOKTOK For Sale by The D1XON SHEET METAL CHARTEREDACCOUNTANTS NEW OFFICERS1 The officers for coming year of the Chartered Ac countants association are John Montreal Toronto secretary to be institute Edwards and representing representing Alberta representing Saskatchewan John repre senting Manitoba Pontiffcx and representing Ontario representing Quebec Cl Rooke Turner and E A 4 LERT and active little fdlu are quick to respond when Domin ion Toasted Com Flakes are No hesitating on the part of the grown folks for tKe Dominion flavor and crispness ap1 peal to youngand Always Packed WAXTITE KEIXOGC TOASTED COKN FLAKE COMPANY Toronto Bat He Creek given position1 in Jife oiis and worthy It is a matter common Lr know edge to the at large of rwrial eVer returned ightiag map after previous warshas ieea a sadly neglected quantitMany a man who has come home rom the wars the public been so neglected and orer ooked that he been fast in tie slough of despair and haa often ended in abject and Treatment such as was met ed out to those men is too horrible to reflect me assure you that that treatment lias been and s now being upon jy many a maimed lad lying on the and in the hospitals of Snglanfl and it is aiso verj much in the minds of the men t the front at the present and It has been doubtless more or to many a man joining the army and doing his bit for his He has doubt seriously on hfs recollections of the actions of an apparently ungrateful he bag been fearful of Such treatment must never occur again in this or It will be to our everJasting sol diers now returned incapacitated from further duty In the feel their responsibility has and shotiltl end As men whom God has privileged to they feel that they are the bearers ot a aacred trust towards the man who Is fighting our battles in and with such a sacred trust indelibly impressed on their minds they want to make clnar to the people the ahns and objecla of the Great War Veter ans association and endeavor io ob from them not only their good but their active cooperation In the great work that lies before They do not wish to convey the Impression that ft fe la become a beg ging What la most de sired is that the people at largo will look upon this movement as part and parcel of n duty llial has devolved upon us and siich IB actually the and io U look after the And protection that must be afforded the boys who are and have yet to come back is the duty of every Men will come so incapacilat ever community he may go 16 The membership of UHs associate today of men up by local bodies in the various parts ol tile Amongst are the and objects of the To close and ties of mutual the recollec tions and associations of and to maintaio trie proper standards oi dignity and honor between all re urned To preserve iChe memory and re cord of those tSit have suffered ant fed for the nlfipn to sen io the of totheir val anri the provlsIon ot suitable urial the of Ja ensure that Jroper provisionis made for the due careot the wounded aiid needy those In that they w be able to return to their former occnpatlon in Men will return with all sorts of not apparent lo the eye but which are men themselves to their depend Again on tbe return ot men who have forjhonth Ip the their condition that a long time rnuat clapsu before they can sufficiently 19 eluding reasonable employ ment for such as are sol medical equit able provision for dependent families ol enlisted incul cate loyalty to Canada and the Em pire in unstinted In their In Great War Vets F It must be admitted that aims and objects are most worthy ones and deserving ol the most sympathetic support of the people In this is realized much has been done and done but tlie as sociatlon feels it a duty to go to the people and obtain their ioyaV support In this great It 13 not always the pension it not al ways the public fund that will meet the case nt tho returned but t is the assocfallons aim to play the part of the comrade Inie tried and our bro thers and the loved ot onr do parted brothers lo tbe ever to feel secure under the sheltering wins of our more than Mas onlc Can a can a rnanwho loves his can the man to be a worlhy citizen o this grea made great by the blood am suffering of ita youns can he Justify his existence as a citizen Canada If he falls to cooperate heart and soul In this great Lcthbridge bas its branch of thtt and the bpya are trou of its quarters and the loyal Bupporl that hag been afforded it A returnee man coming to LethbrWge has onlj to cross the road from the depot to the associationquartersand he is at once assured ol a hearty welcbirii by hU a goodsoclat aw reading a good bed to sleep In and fricmls wbo find it a pleasure lo look after his Is badly needec to carry on with thla any who read this anil have not help ed are urgently asked lo do Any donation be most gratefully re celvcd and by tbe Let us hopo that our ims and ob Jects nofr are sufficiently clear und lhat the people will realize tbey their hearts to us and to the boys that are lo that are doing a great deal to rebuild the shattered manhood that relurhi from this awful anil that they are helping lo a large extent to repay llio frightful dent Ihat viall owe to those whose life blond Ij spill on the fields of France and Poor Tubes Cost More Than You Pay Gcedy2r r along with Goodyear Tires and TifcSaier are easy to gel from Coodyear Service Station Dealers You must add to the cost price of a poor tube ahput half the value of the casing it poor tubesdo ruin Poor tubes allow slow leakage of Slow leaks cause and so rnost underinfla r the greatest of ail tire These arc the reasons we adi vise motorists tolook care fully to theiri are we put thous atids of lollars hub estrarcostsvcry to build by tlieJaininatioii This is lubes takeliighest rubber and tissueHull fprngid Then to build upUKi N perfect extra extrar And because greater mileages from will make friends advise the year isof value to you that Good year Tubes give additional in long service and Remember the name Goodyear when you buy Goodyear Tire Rubber oi Canada Limited GOOD V MADS TUBES EAR CANADA ;