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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 20, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta AUGUST DAILY PAGE SEVEN 4 FOOD BOARD FOR reMININB FOLK The North American qontlncnt can take unto Itself tor having con tributed to Its greatest crop In point of yieldmthe white It made HB bow to civilization Peril and has since girdled the win ning devotees everywHere it has Today Nofth Atnirica produces more than half a hitlllfth bushels of while Europe produces ten times as much us this The worlds present potato crop is appro ximately large enough to fill two thirds of the Panama PERSONAL Peake and Steeple havereturned from a visit to Creston and McGregor lias returned from a visit to m Smith and Miss Margar et Smith have returned from spending holiday at the coastal James Fleming left last night visit in Harmon left last week to join Harmon in Miss WHson has returned from spending a holiday in Calgary and and family have ra lurned from visiting in 4 Miss Gladys Holt and Leslie and Wal ter Holt have ftturncd from visiting at HiC and Miinroe of Ora nom At Lowe of Letbbridge arrived in the city Sunday evening andstay ed at the Dally Miss Eva Prico has returned from ashort visitto Calgary Miss hag charge of Miss Tllneys re turned to the city on a King of Calgary Is visiting In the city with Inspector and and Salmon and their Miss have returned from a motor trip in the I The following Lethbridge visitors are registered at Robert and Allan and who have been visiting for five weeks with and returned to their home in the States yesterday Miss MflLeay returned Monday from a very pleasant holiday spent at Gull Miss Cosgrove has returned from a few weeks visiting in Van couver and Miss Hazel Keith ileft last Thursday for where she will take up her new as Jeannette daughter of the Is to be married on the twentyfifth of next month Victor Mallrlleu of and William Reed motored to Lethbridge on Sunday anrt were the guests of Bud Bud Reod and family have re turned by motor from after spending two weeks vacation and Ritchie and fam ily have returned from visiting at Cragg has leftfor Tor where she lias been called by tho death of her William Crest and ac companied by her Mel setli of East has returned and Robert Mitford of Bow Island have left for Toronto to attend the funeral of the formers William SOCIAL EVENTS EOT HEADERS USED EXTENSIVELY 10 SAVE THE SMALL CROP IN Canadian Presn nispahh rrom neuters to quite certain Hint the point now arrived nl in the arrangements JUst mtuln public for the representations of he the war Is not a final stage in the development of the unity of the soys the Daily the paper says II is simply ft point to whirii ihe govern ments concerned have felt ilieir kcepiifg their on linn tesit ing every The pro vision for tHjfjjttlreit communication between ministers of the abolishes the necessity btfltich communications tak ing place through the medium of the colonfnl office and we think it desir having regard in pome comments which already have been to point out that this involves no dis paragement of the actions of de partment and certainly is no reflection upon the High Waller the presSfit colonial We be on the ii is to any that the Dominion statesmen had noth ing but praise for the niiinner in which he his staff have carried out their duties in connection with Hie Imperial war matinis rather one of Dominion for it has beeai very naturally and justly felt that theDominion prime ministers since they have direct access to Hie Imper ial war cabinet and head when Bates of Klpp entertained a number of friends at a most enjoyable evening in honor of her Good of CHURCHES AND SOCIETIES i The Thistle Sewing Circle will meet with 646 12th A Wednesday afternoon for Red Cross PILL When your head it is usually caused by your liver or stomach gettmg out of These sick headaches quickly disappear as soon as the stomach is relieved of its bilious Right your stomach and regulate and tone the liver with Beechams which rapidlv improve conditionsand promptly Help Headache at Special Value to Women with Every LETHBRIOGE VISITORS AT THE A party of over one real they have been in ought not to be in any less intimate relations with them when they are at Not Affected There is no diminution of the re sponsibilities of the secretary of state and functions hitherto performed by the governorsgenera anrt Colonial of fice are not in a the change made is intended to mark in a plain and permanent way the footing of equality among among which the Dominions and the United Kingdom governments stand and re move what we take to be the last meaningless vestige of any other sort of The new develop ments then have been dictated both by reasons of business and a sense of political The Morning Post says that a mis apprehension has arisen in some quar ters about the official announcement that the of the Domin ion will have the right to communi cate direct with the prime minister of dents of is in Van the United Kingdom couver enjoying renewal of former friends now living A basket picnic has been arranged for Tuesday afternoon at Second and a pleasant get time is anti Among the visitors are Canon and MUrrell Canon and and Dow and Ball and the Misses and and Howard the Misses O the Misses Miss Jean ette and Ellas Russell Oliver and Aliss Miss Robert ver the over seas premiers have been the Post points Lloyd George has presided at their regular meet ings where any important decisions have been taken on matters relating to the The of direct communication contiuea this arrange merit on a permanent footing so fai as it is possible after the Dominions Statesmen have left his THE FOOT TOGGERY BOOTS SHOES For all Ages The Nations Beet in Quality A8K FOR 1 The Hartt Shoe for Men in The Czar Brown or Gunmetal Bal Receding Broad Flat Carried in Widths Nelson and Company THIRD AND SEVENTH SHERLOCK Old Barn Dance The Commerce Red Cross will give an olcjfashion ed Barn Dance on the evening of August 23rd AT WEICANDS COMMERCE REFRESHMENTS 8ERVM OUNNINQS ORCHESTRA YOUR tVPMMT It WHITE FOR WEDDING GOWNS IS MODERN The choice of white for wedding gowns is really of comparatively mod ern The Roman brides wore and in most eastern countries pink is the bridal During the middle ages and in the Renaissance period brides wore to the ex clusion of all other of the Plantagenet and Tudor queens were married in that vivid hue which IB still popular In parts of where the bride is usually dressed in crimson It was Mary Sturyt who first changed the color of bridal At her marriage with Fran cis the Second of Prance in which took place not before the altar but before the great doors of Notre she was gowned in white bro with a train of pale blue Per sian velvet six yards in This innovation caused a great stir in the fashionable world at that It wag until quito at the end of the seventeenth century that pure color worn by royal wid popular for bridal gar VIOLATE AGREEMENT offi cers formerly interned in Switzerland and have been sent on military duty to the Ukraine in viola tion of the agreement of nc cording to an official dispatch today from DANCE A dance will be given by the Junior Rod Cross Girls of Ray IN RAYMOND OPERA HOUSE THURSDAY August 88 Proceed to Red Cross 2131 to salvage tho wheat are being rushed out to all purls of the south by the local con1 erns tills and as a restill har vest Is going on lu many fields where ilherwifte no attempt would have made 16 gave the It is Claimed j jy the implement companies that a I anuer can save of a n cutting over liio ncrcs of short which could not bo cut clean rtlth a One effect of using leaders In that shockers and bundle teams are done away while bin ler twine Is also The grain which IB composed largely of is loader into wagon boxor anil stacked for the threshing use of Uiese machines wUl do much to save thou sands of buihels of grain as saving greatly In the Heports from tho tountrysfdo are hat many crops are turning five a an acre better than was ex This is true especially in the During the fore part of July the fields looked like a zero However the fanners turned in as much water as they could and this to the plants illve and retard Then came ihe good rains of stampede week and the early part of and there will be many fields with 2iibiishel crops where practically nothing was expected This will greatly help in increasing the total yield of the Lethbridge railway which ia not estimated at over bu shels or onethird tiie 1917 The second cutting of alfalfa is now being and the reports are that it is Very Many al falfa fields will this year cut over three tons to the which at the present means practically an The liay farmers are this year making he big money made by the grain farmers in 1916 and which cases a fair yield can be esp v Feed for Stock A number of southern stockmen ar still looking for feed and winter quarters for thfllr cattle and ahaep cattle and Bheef already moved north to be wlnt A little over 100 haying outfltf have also been shipped north to pill up principally in the hood of Ixesscr Slave others going and north eftut o In the Frozen Area Home improvement is noticeable In tho crops throughout frozen There has been a Mtnitaj The oata give evidence of a good av erage It is too soon to deter mine whether tho frosts have effected the germination of these oats for seeil purposes this cannot be determined utitii after threshing when Iho ger minating qualities of the oats will be tried The wheat yield has been reduced to at least 20 or 25 of the promised crop prtor to tho early varieties of wheat were sown on high the damage will he the propor tion of early varieties sown was very Some favored places have es caped frost pretty The barley crop has not suffered quite as badly as In some places tho barley was caught In the blossom stage the crop is entirely ruined but In many places it was either In the milk or dough stage or else was shooting ut the time of the in for frozen grain feed for ship ment to the south up to the present time the demand lias not been very ORION Is pro grossing In this nearly aH the grain ia ready for a lol of grain will this harvest cu1 by Several of these are beini used for the first time in this cMH Some farmers have been to bind wheat In the usual way whll others had grain taken of the binder platform in The gen eral impression is that the crop wil turn out a little better than expecte a few THE WEATHER Low and 7 44 In the Province the past week crop conditions continue to In the southwestern part of the province the crops on summerfal lowed land have filled Wheat cutting in tMs area is now Oats and barley were sown generally on spring or fall plowing and will be a light yield throughout the In the district was not affect ed by frost the wheat on summerfal lowed laud will yield beween 20 and 25 ibushels to the that on spring and fall will be s There is no economy in buying bulk tea when you have to use so much more of it to get the same Blue tea that hasnt 18 KILTIES IS KILLED of who came to Lethbridge in 1916 as bandmas ter of the Lethbridge has been killed in according to word received in who was then Rich was known as one of the best band leaders iu the and the Highlanders deemed themselves for tunate in obtainin his services as bandmaster while the formation of the hattalion was proceeding lie left with the regiment for and obtained his commission in the fighting eventually laying down his life in Former Lethbridge men appear in the casualty lists Dou glas son of former pastor of Wesley church 1ms been wounded ac cording to dispatches He en listed in Lethbridge with the Leth bridge Highlanders in and has been overseas pince the fall of tliut whose mother lives in also appears on the lists as wounded He enlisted of is in to days lists as Robertson of Crystal Lake dis trict this morning received word from the director of records that his son Alexander Kobertson who went over with tho Kilties had been wound ed on Ill and is now in a French Richard Hewitt of the infantry has also been He went across with an infantry regiment early in the HA also was wounded on Previous to enlisting he resided at 15th A SALE of OLD WOOLENS As advertised last Thursday we are continuing the sale all through this week and if you have not yet got your winter supply of wool sweaters and dont delay The values are fine and the qualities much better than you will get in the new goods soon to 6 REMEMBER WE ARE SELLING ALL 1917 WOOLENS AT 1917 PRICES WHILE THEY LAST This should be a big inducement for early YOU WILL SAVE FROM 25 TO 35 PER FALL STOCKS OF MENS COM BINATIONS Carried over from last Selling at last years SPLENDID ALL WOOL COMBIN ATIONS FOR WOMEN Stratford Watsons standard Selling at last years The death of who was a resident of Lethbrldgo or Koine years and who was very welt known occurred in Toronto a received the news yesterday and has gone to who was a native of lived in Lutubvidge for five years until a your or so when he want to Toronto 10 He is auvVlved by his and by fivo who is in of the Tor onto World o Bow and vfXV1 Toroutoj COMPLETE RANGE OF BOYS AND GIRLS COMBINATIONS AND SINGLES Wool and half wool All last years WOOL SWEATERS AND JER SEYS FOR GIRLS AND BOYS Onethird leas than the new stock will cost Nothing has been marked WE WOULD STRONGLY ADVISE EARLY BUYING OF ALL FALL MERCHAN DISE AS PRICES ARE GOING SHOWING WONDERFUL VAL UES IN SERGES AND SUITINGS In many cases almost half thoir real pres ent Serges at and Tweed and Worsted Suitings at and CAN SAVE YOU FROM TO ON SERGE DRESSES Materials were contracted for months ago when serges were Styles were selected later so that we can give you cor rect styles lu fine quality pure wool serges at a very moderate SEE THE NEW COATS Velours and The Simpson Limited ;