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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 20, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta LETHHUIDGE DAILY FOOD BOARD 'i Tho Tv'orth American continent can take rredll u'nlo'ltseil for haying con- tributed to th'e'world Us grealesl crop In point of ylold-r-.Uie white potato. It made Us botfto civilization Jrom.reru and has globe, win- ning devotees overywhero It has gone. Tc-day NoHh 'America produces more than Half S' inllllbir bushels ot potatoes, white Europe produces ten times us much as Ihis conllnent. fuo world's present potato crop Is.appro ilmately largo enough lo fill two thirds of tbe Panama Canal. and Messrs. Dudley.' Uslie and Wal- ter Holt bavo: returned from visiting at Proctor, and Mrs.. Geo. Munroe ot Ora- n urn arovisitors at Nelson, B.C. O VY Lowe of arrived In the cily Sunday evening and-stay- ed at the Dally News. 'ifiVs'Bya Prico'lias returned (rom A.shorl visit to "Calgary; v.c who-lias charge ot Mlss'Tllne'y's mllinaVy department, re- turned lo Iho cily on Monday. Sirs. King ot Calgary Is.vlslling In the cily with Inspector and ilrs. Chaney. (Canadian Press Dispairli from neuter's Limited) London. Aug. is quite certain that the 'point now arrived at in Ihe to salvage Ihe wheat crop, are being rushed out to all pins c! [lie goulh by the local Imtilenii-nt con- cerns this, week, and aj a result tar- rest Is going on In many HeMa where otherwise no aiieuipt have eat monlii-to M. Yiijtor Malhlleu o Quebec. Mr. and Mrs. William'Reed molore to [.ellibridge on Sunday ana were In guests ot lire. Dud Reed. Mrs. liud Heed and family have r turned by motor from Karons, afle spending two weeks vacation Ihero Sir. and Jlrs. J. N. Hitchie and fam- ily have returned from visiting at Elko, B. C. Mrs. C. C. Cragg has left-foi; Tor- onlo, where she has been called by Iho death ot her father, Mr. Milford. Sirs. C. S. Crest anJ daughter, ac cotripanled" by her mother, Mrs. -He! arrangements Just made public- for the representations ot the Dominions .on the, Imperial war cabinet, is not a In the development of the tbe'Eraplre, says the Dally piper pays: "It IB simply, a point' lo which the govern- ments have lull thc-tr way, kecuiifg their'fjeton ilrui ground, test; Ing every .steptfn ailvamc. The pro- vision for rommunii'atlon between' the ;iirlnie ministers of the dominions a'nd'our own, abolishes tbe necessity bt-iuch communications tak: ng place through the medium ot the colonial' office and we ll.ink.il dcelr; able having regard to some eommenla which already have been made, to iTOlut.oul that -this involves no dis- paragement ot llie actions ot that (Ie- partraonl and certainly is no reflection upon the High Hon. Waller Long, the llr. and Mrs. H. C. C. Salmon and, their guest, Miss Schlotzhauer. have! returned trom a raotor'trip In niada. lo zave the grain. It Is claimed by the implement companies that a farmer'can save Ino price .Leader In culling over 150 acres ot abort wheat which could not bo cut clean with a binder. One effect of' using headers U that shockere 'and bundle teams are done away with. while bin- der twine is also superfluous. The grain! which Is Composed largely o( hctds, is loaded Into a.light wagon boiror rack, aud- stacked for the Ihre'sbiug machine.- Tlio use o( ihese lu'sijhlnei vvUl do much to savo-thou- In the Frozen Area ____ Some Improvement is noticeable going -satt .ho crops throughout the frozen area.! The oals give evidence of a good av-J erape yield. It loo soon to di-K-r- ilue whether the frosts have eftectrd germination of luese oals tor need purposes; Ibis cannot bo determined until afler threshing when the mlnallng qualities of the oats will be tried The wheat yield has been reduced tu at least or; 257 PAGE SEVEN which caeei a fair yield can be ex peeled. Feed for Stock A number ot southern stockmen arasl weel improve. In the southwestern part ot tho province the crops on summerfal- lowed land havo filled well. Wheat cutting in this area is now general. Oats anil barley were sown generally on spring or fall plowing and will he light yield throughout the south, n tfie district which was not affect- d by frost the wheat on suunnerfal- owed land wlil yield beween 20 and 5 bushels to the acre, that on spring nd fall plowing however, will be iglit. There is no economy in buying bulk tea when you have to use so much more of it to, get .the strength. Blue Ribbon-the tea that hasn't changed. 11 o WHITE FOR WEDDING GOWNS IS MODERN INNOVATION. THE FOOT TOGGERY BOOTS SHOES For all Ages The Bett in Quafitr ASK'FOR l The Hartt for Men in "The Cur Last" Darlq Receding Broad Flat HeeL Carried in Widths M'D" W.J. Nelson and Company COR. TH'IRD Aye AND 3EVENTH ST. s, SHERLOCK BLDO his commission in the em origin The Roman brides ranvVcvenUially lay.ng down jellow, and In most caalcrn countries acllon' 'f Tho choice of white for wcddlujr jovvns Is really of mod em origin The Roman brides Capt nichanlb. ot Calgary, came lo Lethbridge in 1910 as bandmas ler of the Highlanders nas heen killed in action, according to '.Ivvord received in Calgary Cap! Hiclmrds, ivho was then Lieut. Hich "Hards was known as one ot the best band Iciders In Ihe country, and the deemed Ihemselves for In obtaining his services as iler while tho formation of the LE 1 ti Old Fashioned Barn Dance Thfc Commerce Red Cross will give an olcMasliiotv etl Barn Dance on (he evening of FRIDAY, August 23rd AT J. WEIGAND'S BARN, COMMERCE 1 .REFRESHMENTS KftVlO pink is the bridal color During middle ages and in Ihe Renaissance period brides v.ore crimson, lo the ex elusion of all other colors Most ot tho Phntngenet and Tudor queens were married in thai vivid hue which to still popular In parls ot Brittany, -where the bride is .usually dressed in crlmion brocade It was Mar} Stuart. who first changed Iho color of bridal former Lethbridge men appear I rments At her marriage will. Fran the casinll) lists Sergt Dou 3 fhe Second ot France In 1GS8, glaa Cobhledick. son ot Rev. C 1 hich look place not before the altar cobbledicV. former pastor of ut before Ilia greal doors of Notre church here, has. been wounded a ame, she wis gowned In white nro cording lo dispatches todaj. He c do wllh a train ot pale blue Per- listed In Lelhbrldge with'the Lei an velvet sir -yards In length This bridge Highlander'! and h novation caused a great stir In the heen overseas elnco the Jail of in aalilonablc world at Ih-il lime It was yeir )l however, until quite) at Hi c end on Lieut Bain, whose mother lives le seventeenth century- that pure England, also appears on the lists color worn by rojal will Uountied today. He enlisted Mrs popular for'bridal gar- H B. Turner, of Cayiey, 1s In to raenls-Family Herald dav's lists as wounded. I w Robertson-of Crjstal Lake dis VIOLATE AGREEMENT Urlcl'lhis morning received word from Washington, AUK 20-tferman oflf- tho dlreclor of records that Ills son eri formerlf Interned in Alexander Koberteon who went nd repatriated, have been sent on ovcr wllh llie Kilttes had been wound nllitary duly to llie Uknlne In On Aug 13 nnd is now In a rroucn ion of tho agreement of Bern" nr- hotplial cordliifi !o Jii official dlapatch lodnyl uichard llevvlll ot Ihe Intnnfrj has been wounded. He wcnl across wilh an infanlry regiment early in war. was wounded on August 11.' I'rcvious lo enllsllne he GENTLEMEN DUNNINQ'S ORCHESTRA YOUR MffPOftT "A i ''-.y As advertised last Thursday we are continuing the sale all through this week and if you have not yet got youi winter supplyof wool underwear, sweaters and hosiery, don't delay longer. The values aie fine and the quahlies much better than you will get in the new goods soon to REMEMBER WE ARE SELLING ALL 1917 WOOLENS AT 1917 PRICES.WH1LE THEY LAST This should be a big inducement for early buying.' YOU WILL SAVE FROM 25 TO 35 PER CENT. FALL, STOCKS OF .MEN'S COM- BINATIONS Carried over from-last-year. Selling at last-year's prices. v SPLENDID ALL WOOL COMBIN- ATIONS FOR WOMEN Stratford a'ml .standard lines. Selling ;aU last year's pricps. rorn France. DANCE A dance will be given by tlie Junior Red Cross Girls of Hay- raond, IN RAYMOND OPERA HOUSE THURSDAY August 22 proceeds to Red 212-1 resided at'207 15th 31.'N. The clealS ot i.llam MlWorrt, who Wii3 a resident of for some years and who was very known here occurred in Toronto yesterday Mrs (DrH.VC daagbler, received thc.ncvva yesterday nnd has XOJie to Toroulo. t 1 Milford, wno nillvo ot England, lived in for five years tinlll a year or.so ago, when ho uonl io Toronto to live i lie It suttfver! by M" Gragg, lili daughter, and by live sons, W. 11. who Is in London. (leprgfl, o{ llie Tor onto World, Bow Island, anj E ffffc Toronlo.r COMPLETE RANGE OF SIZES, BOYS' AND GIRLS' COMBINATIONS AND. SINGLES Wool and hftif nool garments. All at last year's prices. WOOL SWEATERS AND_JERT SEYS FOR MEN, WOMEN, GIRLS AND BOYS i One third leal than Ihe new slock, trlH cosl joii Nothing has been marked up WE WOULD STRONGLY ADVISE EARLY BUYING OF ALL FALL MERCHAN- DISE AS PRICES ARE GOING HIGHER. i SHOWING WONDERFUL VAL- ,UES IN SERGES AND SUITINGS In many cases almost halt Ihoir real pres 'cnt lalife Serges at and -Tweed and Sohiugs' at and CAN SAVE YOU FROM TO ON SERGE DRESSES MatsrlaW contracted f6r'months ago screes were cheaper. Sljrlfs wero sllecfeil later so lhat we can eat >on cor' reel styles in fine quality pure nool serges at a very, moderate price. SEE. THE NEW COATS VefotiM and Plushes The Simpson Co., ;