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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 20, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta TUESDAY, AUGUST 'THE LKTJIHHIDGE DAILY PAGE SEVEN MILADI 4 FOOD BOARO FLA9HE.8 FOR Tho North Amerlcaa qontluonl can (ato fiiM unto for bavine con- tributed to th'e' world" Us erealesl crop in point 'of yloU-r-.Uie white polalo. It mado Us botfto civillzatlou Jrom.I'cru und has jlrdled %tlio globe, win- ning devotees overyvrliero It hu'goue. Taday VAiKrlfa produces mora than llilf a' iDlllibii "bushels ot potatoes, while Europe produces' ten times iis mucb'UB Ibis continent. TUo world's present potato crop Is apjiro- ilraatelj- largo enough lo fill two thirds of tbe Panama Caual. PERSONAL.' 4 nd Messrs and Wal-iuext month to M. Viqtor MalhUeu of er Holt baveTtJurocd from visiting Quebec. ,t Procter, ,JJr. anil Mrs.. Geo. Munroe ot Clra- num vlsltori at Nelson, B.C. G. VV. Jxiwe of arrived a the city Sunday evening and stay- id at the Dally News. i ifiVa' Bya Prico 'has returned (rom -visit to Calgary; Hoimbsi' charge ot Mlss'Tllney's mlllnaVy dbpartmenl, re- :urned lo Iho cily on Monday. Sirs. King ot Calgary Is.visiting In the cily with Inspector and Mrs. Chaney. Mr. anil Mrs. H. C. C. Salmon and their gueal. Miss Schlotzhauer. have! returned tronl a In the] mountains. Mr. and Mrs. William'need motored to on Sunday and Were the guests oT Mrs. Bud Reed. i t Mrs, Uud Heed and family have re- turned by motor from Karons, after speudiDg two weeks vacation ihcte. 4 m Sir. and Mrs. J. N. Kftchte anJ Cam- liavc returned Jrom i visiting at ElfcoVB. C. 4 Mrs. C. C. Cragg has left-for, Tor- onto, where she has been called by Iho death of her father, Mr. WilHrtni Mitlord, >lrs. C..S._ Crest anJ daughter, ac- companied by her ruuttier, Mrs. 'Ilel- acth of East Helena, 1ms returned home. _..... ,_.. _. s paper ?ays: "It IB slniply-.o. 'polut' to which ilio govern- ments have leli ihc-tr way, keopiirg firm gruuud. test; Ing every advaiut. The IJTO- c-oiuruualt-atton between :lha ;pr Mrs. 3, J. Peakc and ilrs. Geo CUeeple- havo'returned from a visit to Cranbrook; CrCstou and Nelson. Mrs. H. McGregor has returned from o visit to Nelson, fl. 'C. Mrs. D. A. Smith and .Miss .Wargar et Smith have returned trora spcndlag a holiday at tho coastal cities. Mrs. James Fleming left last night to visll In Calgary. i Mr. G. left last week lo Join Mrs: Harmon In Vancouver. 3 _ Miss M. WHson has returned from spending a holiday in Calgarj. and Banff. 'Mrs. A. E.SmltU and family bave ra- turned from Visfllng in Calgary. V V Mrs. W. H. Holt; Miss Gladys Holt The following T.ethbrlilge visilora are registered at Nelson, B.C.; Mr, J. Donald, Mr, Robert McKay, Mr, anil Mrs. Allan Kcrr. Mr. and Mrs. Culler, who bave been visiting for five weeks with Mr, and Mrs, II. II. Cutler, returned to their home in the States yesterday morning MIES MoLeay returned Monday from a very pleasant holiday spent at Gull Lake. Miss L. Cosgrove has relumed from a Tew weeks hoIEday, visiting in Van- couver and Seattle. y s a .Mr. and airs. Robert Mifford.of Bow i Island liavo lei (.for Toronto lo utteucl the funeral of (Jie father, Mr. William Mitford. SOCIAL EVENTS 4 4 Mrs. E. Bates of Kipp entertained a number of friends at a most enjoyable evening In honor of her sister, Mrs. S. Good ot Lethbriclge. CHURCHES AND SOCIETIES Hazel Keith Thursday! The Thistle Sewing Circle will nice for ValleyfieM, where she -wUI 12th St. A N, up her new duties, Mile. Jeannetle Bellnd, daughter of the Hon. Dr. H. S. Beland, Is (o ue married on lite .twenty-filth PILL When your head aches, if' is-usually caused by your liver or stomach getting out of order. These "sick headaches" quickly disappear as soon as the stomach is relieved'of Its bilious contents. Right your" stomach and regulate and tone 'the'liver with Beecham's Pills, which" rapidly improve conditions-anil promptly Help Headache Dtrcctiou of Spcckl Vibe lo Women an Erwy Wednesday afternoon lor Hcd Crosi c- h y LETHBRIDGE VISITORS AT THE COAST, A party of-over oiie hunilred res dents of Jxsthbridfie, AHa., Is iu Van couver enjoying Tcnuwal ot forme 'riends now -JIvlDg there. -A baske picnic, lias lieeu Cor Tuesda aflernoun at Second Pcacn and pleasant get .together time is ant clpateu i Among tlie- visitors arc Cation Mrs. ilurrell Wrlgtit, Canon and Mr McMillan, -anil ilfs. P. Dow ner, Mr. and Mrs. Layton, Mrs. Vr'rS. Ball and, the Misses Ball, Mrs. Scolt, Mrs. J. Jones, Mr. and-Mrs; BouHort, Mr. and Mrs; E, Carver, Scolt, Mrs. Kirfc, Mrs. Howard O'llagen, tlie Misses Ha gen, th P. MJssea HazeU, Miss Jean- ctte Murray, Ur.-and Mr. and Atlams, Mr. J. Russell Oliver and Miss Cameron. Miss Asiiton, Mr_and Robert Province WHITE FOR WEDDING GOWNS IS MODERN INNOVATION (CauadEan Dispati li from neuter's IxindoEi. Aug. is quite that the'point now arrive at in Ihe tsrraugeiuents Just made public- fur the s of llu> nctuinlous war cabinet, is not a final the development of tho iinltyVof Ahe'Eioplre, says [lie Dailjr Tele-graph'. ministers of the own, abolishes tlie peeesHy bt-BUch coniiuunii-aiionB tak- ig place through tlio Ini-Mum ol the jlotiTal'office and we dOBlr- bie.'lsavfug regard to some roramenla already have been made, 'to oliit.OUt that tMs no Ms aragement of at-tions or that de arttoenl and cerlaJnly is 110 rofleclioD pou the 'High Hon. Waller the colonial secrphirv. We bD- .cvo, on the contrary, it true to say had uolh ng Uut praiso nmnuer En which "uls, staff have Carried out their ulies hrconuecllon iviih the Imperla var cabinet.- The matter is rather n'a of Domlniou prcstigp, for U has 'Brai'yery naturally find justly felt thai -prime ministers slnre hey have direct access to the Imper al war cabinet and its head when hey have been In .Louiloji. ought no 'be (ti'any less intimate reUitio'ns with tliem when they are at horns, Not Affected "Tliero is ho diminution of the re- sponsibilities ol the secretary of state and functions hitherto performed .lie governors-General and Colonial of lice are not affected. lu a word, th Changs roade is Intended to mark in a jlaln and permanent way the footin if equality .among .themselves, amoni which the Dominions and the Unite. Kingdom governments slantl and re- vrc tafee to be the las meaningless vestige of any other sor ot relatioiishipj The new develop rnenls then have been dictated both b simple, reasons of-'business and seiise political proportion." The Morning Post says that a mis- apprelienslorl'has arisen in quar- ters about the official announcement that.the.prlniejnlntstera of ihe loii will have to communi- cate direct with the prime mtnis'.er of Ihe United Kingdom. While the over- seas have been the Post points 'our, Mr. Uayd George presided at .their regular meet- Ings where any- iniporlant decisions have been iflkeii on raaltera relating to the direct communication aues this arrange- ment on a. permanent -footing-so-Car as it is "possible after the Dominions Statesmen have leU-his Lov.ntiy. Headers, to salvage the wheat crop, are rushed out to all jinns c! the south by the local cou- cerns this, aod aa a result tar- est Is going on lu many Mtltta therwlee 110 attempt v.-gutd have iiHtlatct eave the grain. It Is y the iiuplemeut that a tlio price .Leader In the Frozen Area Some Improvement is tho crops throughout I n culling over acres' ot abort which cases a fair yield can be ex peeled, Feed for Stock A number ot southern stockmen aroaldale district. During tbc fore part of July the fields looked like a zero crop. Howei'pr tho farmers turned n waier as they could and this .served -to .keep tho idants nlJvo and 'retard 'growth. Then curne .he good rains of stampede week and ihe early part of August, and thero will bo many fields with crops wljere yracticplly nothing was expected This ivUI greatly hi increasing the total yield nf the I-etbbridge railway district, which Is uot.eatlnt9tcd.ot over bu- one-third the 1917 crop. 1 JEpcoiid cutting of alfalfa Is HOW" being harvested, and the reports arc that it is Very heavy. Many al- falfa fields -vviU' this cut over three tons lo iho acre, which" at tho present prices, means practically aii The 'Hay fanners are this year making Ihe big money mado by the grain farmers in 191C and 1517. j' In the Province HilmontQD; ..'.Aug. During the past week crop conditions continue to Improve. Jn the southwestern jiarl of tho province the crops on suinnierfal- lOft-ed Jand hare filled well. Wheat cutting in, this area. now general. Oats 'and barley 'were sown genera Hy on spring or fall plo-iving and will be B Hgbt yield throughout the' south. In tfie district which was not affect- ed by frost the wheat on sutmnerfal- The oats give evidence of a good av- yleld. It ts loo soon to dt-tt-r- mEuc whether the frosts bave effected iJie of luese oala for seed purposes; ibU cannot bo determined until after threshing when the ger- minating ouRlilks of the oats will be tried imt. Tho wheat yield has been reduced tu at least 20% or 25% of the promised crop prior to tho frost. WLcro early varieties of were yreat-nt time the demand lias not been Ijriak. ORION Orion. Aug. Is pro1 Rressing In this district, nearly at the grain ia ready for cutting. Qufti a lot of grain wilt tuts harvest te cir by headers. Several of these are beinj used for ihe first time in this dis irkt.'Some farmers have been Bown on high land, the damage wUllto wheat iu tbo usual nay whlli not be serloua.'However. Ihe others have had ihe eraln taken of Uon ot early varieties town was very sinulL Some favored1-'places'have'es-j taued frost pretty largely. The barley1 crop baa nol suffered as badly, aa wheat. In some ulaces tho1 barley was caught Ju ihe-blossom the crop Is entirely ruined but In MikDy pJaues Jt was either in the milk or dough stage or else was Just shooting at the time ot the frost. In tho binder platform In heaps. The fieri eral Impression is that the crop ivil turn out u little better thau eipectet a tew -weeks agu. THE WEATHER High Low.......... and Cool. lowed laoil will yield beween 20 and 25 -bushels to the acre, that on spring and fall however, ivili be light. x There is no economy in buying bulk tea when you have to use so much more of it to get the same strength. Blue Ribbon-the tea that hasn't changed. 18 o- FOOT TOGGERY BOOTS SHOES For all Ages The Nation's Bett in Quafitr A8K FOR 1 The Hartt for Men in "The Czar Last" Darfc) Gumefal Bal i'., ,1........, Receding Broad Flat Heel Carried in Widths i t W. J. Nelson and Company COR. THIRD Aye AND s, SHERLOCK BLDO Tho'choice ot for wcdiliug gowns fa really of moil- origin. The Roman brides yellow, and in most oaslcrn countries pink is the bridal color. During the middle ages and in Ihe Heoaissa: period brides Ti'ore crimson, to the, elusion of all other colors. Moat of tho Phntngenet ami Tudor queens were marrier! Infinal vivid hue which li still popular-.In parts of Brittany where the bride is.usually dressed .ft crimson brocade. H who first changed tho color of.hrlda garments. At her marriage with Fran els {he Second of France, IiV 1G5S which not before ihe alta Imt before the great doors i of. Xotr she gowned In white bra caOe> with a train ot paid blue Per six-yards In kngth: innovation caused a great stir faaliionable world at thnl lime, it wa nbl, however, until qulto at ttic.end 6 the.seventeenth thai .piir color worn by foyal wli popular bridal ga: Herald. Old Fashioned Barn Dance Th6 Commerce Red Cross will give an olcMashion- ea Barn Dance on ihe evening of FRIDAY, August 23rd AT J. WEIGAND'S BARN, COMMERCE GENTLEMEN M YOUR mwwrr i ri KftVIO MANNING'S ORCHESTRA SOLICITED, VIOLATE AGREEMENT Washington, AUB. or cers formerly internetl In SwitKer and repatriated, have been itillltary duly to Hie Ukwlna In vioti tfon of tfio'agreement of n conllug !o official dlsnatcli lodn from France. DANCE A dance will ke glrcn hy Junior Kcd Cross Girls ot Day'- raond IN RAYMOND OPERA v HOUSE THURSDAY August 22 Proceeds to Red 212-1 Capt.- nichanlb. ot "Calgary, wlio ime lo Lethbriflee in bandnias- jK ol the lyCthbrulfie- Highlanders, as lieen killed .In action, according to received in 'Calgary. Capt.[ iclmrds. ivho was then UenL Illch: rds. was hnon-n as pne-bE the best and leaders In the and tlie I'lghlanders deemed themselves tor. mate- In obtaining- hl3 services as andlraster while tho formation of the Citation was proceeding here.- Uii eft with the reeltncnt for overseas, nd obtained ilia commission in the ighling ranks, eventually laying down ils life in action. v ,Former Lethbrldge men -nnpear In .tie casually lists today. Sergt.. Dou- glas Coboledick, son ot Kov. C. H. jObbledlcfc, former pastor, of AVesley church here, has. been wdnode'd cording lo dispatches today. 'He'icn listed In I.elhlrldge with 'the Lelh Highlanders In' 1016. and 'has jeeii overseas elnco the fall of "tha rear. LlcuL whose mother llvos in England, also appears on ths lists as wounried today. Ha.enllsted'hers. of Cnyley, Is In to. da> s lists as Robertson of Crystal Lake dis- IrlcL'jiits moming received vttrA from tho director of his son Pie. .Alexander Robertson -who went over with the Kiltfea hatl been Wound- ed on-Aug. 13 and is now In a French hospital. Plo, Hlchard of Ihe Infantry has Also been wounded.; He vent across wllh an infanlry reglnicnt early in'Iho war. Htf also on August 11 Previous-to enltslfne he resided'at 20T 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 youi winter supply'of wool underwear, sweaters and hosiery, don't delay longer. The values aie fine and the qualities much better than you will get in the new goods soon to i REMEMBER WE ARE SELLING ALL 1917 WOOLENS AT 1917 PRICES .WHILE 1 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 al last-year's 'prices. SPLENDID ALL WOOL COMBIN- ATIONS FOR WOMEN Slrnlford and Walson'a siandarj lines. Selling ;aU last year's pricps. Tho death of i Ham MlWorrt, who T.H3 a resident of Ixjthbrldeo for some yeirs and who >ery tfcll here, occurred in Toronto yeslerrtay. Mrs (Dr) C C Crags, n daughter, rccicfved yesterday nrtd has (tone to Torciuo. Mllford, who native ot BnslaOflj lived in I.ethtrldgc (or years linlll a year of so ago, lio to Toronloto Iho i .lie i< siiftfYpd by .Mr? Grage, hli flaiijlilcr. andiby live sons, Is In London J-.ns, Ueprgfl, ot the Tor onlo World, How IsHnd, and f, E Toronlo.r COMPLETE RANGE OF SIZES, BOYS' AND GIRLS' COMBINATIONS AND. SINGLES Wool and JiRlf wool garriicnta. All at last ycir'a prlcoa. WOOL SWEATERS AND JER- SEYS FOR MEN, WOMEN; GIRLS AND BOYS 1 1 One-third leas .Ifaari (fie hew cost you. Xolblng has. be tin marked-up. WE WOULD STRONGLY ADVISE EARLY BUYING OF ALL FALL MERCHAM- DISK AS PRICES ARE GOING HIGHER. SHOWING WONDERFUL VAL- IN SERGES AND SUITINGS Jii many cases almost half Ihei'r real pres- 'entrvalde. Serges at and Tweed and Worsted Saltings at and CAN SAVE YOU FROM TO ON SERGE DRESSES, MatertaW wcfc conlrftctctl f6r% month? ago screes fcro chcapef. Sljrtfs wero ssleclca later so that we can g'at 5011 cor' ia (Ins quality pure .wool serges at a .veryf moderate, price. SEE THE NEW COATS Vefoiira and The Simpson Co., Limited ;