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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - August 20, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta TUESDAY. AUGUST 20, 1918 THE LETHBUIDGE DAILY r�?ramALD PAGE SEVEN MILADI : FOOD BOARD FLASHES ? FOR FEiyilNINE'FOLK ? i\ � � Mrs. King of Calgary Is visiting In tho city with inspector and Mrs. Clianey. �   Mr. and Mrs. H. C. C. Salmon and their guest. Miss Schlotzhauer, liavo returned from a motor trip in tiie mountains. -  - Tho following I.ethbrldge visitors are registered at Nelson, B.C.: .Mr. J. Donald, Mr. Robert McKay, Mr. and .Mrs. Allan Kerr. * � � Mr, and Mrs. Cutler, who have been visiting for five weeks with Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Cutler, returned to their next month to- M. Victor Matiiileu of Quohoc. *   Mr. and Mrs. William Uoed motored 10 Lethbridge on Sunday and ivere the guests of Mrs. Bud Heed. �,   � Mrs. Bud Reed and family liave returned by motor from BaronH, after spending two weeks vaciitiou tliern. Mr. and Mr.K. .1. .V. Ritchie and family have returned from visiting at Klko, B. C. mm USED [XIENSIVELY SAVEMSILLCR N SOUIH 3 nr (Canadian Preen DiHiiadii irom neuter's I.iiuiiMl) London, Aug. 20.- Ii Ik i|\n(c certain that tho point now ariivml ui in die iirrangements Just mudi! imlilif for the representations of tin' liuiiiinlous on the Imperial war ciiliimK. is not :i dual stage in the development nf the unity of the }3mplri;, says the Daily Telegraph. Continuing, the pappi- siiv.s; "Ii is simply ii point to wliicii iiip governments concerned have fi'li iliolr way, keoplifg their f6et on llnii i^nninil. leni; Ing every step ?iu ailv.inrc. 'I'lie provision for tiio'-rdlrecl riniunimleation rieadcris, to salvage tJn! wheal ':rop. iii'ir being rushed out lo nil \i.\rUi of tlie south by tlic lo .> .;. .> :;. : of > lvps. among which the Dominions and the L'nited Kingdom governments stand and remove what we take to be the last meaningless vestige of imy other sort of relationship. The new developments then have been dictated both by simple reasons ot business and a sense of political proportion." The Morning Post stiys that a mia-apprehensior: has ariseu in sofne quarters about tho official tinnouncement that the prime miniaters of the D.imln-ion will have tho right to communicate direct witli tho prime minister of the United Kingdom. Wliiie the over renewal of former i seas premiers have been here, the .\ basket I P"^'' points out, Mr. Lloyd George has presided at their regular meetings where any inipt)rtant decisions have been taken on matters relating to the war. The proposal, ot direct communication cont'me."; this arrangement on a permanent fooling so far S. Good of Lethbridge. m s m   : CHURCHES AND SOCIETIES > * : i �> : � : � >��>> The Thistle Sewing Circle will meet with Jlrs. Dougall, MB 12th St. A N.. Wednesday afternoon for Red Cross sewing. A party of over one h.undred residents of Lethbridge, Alta.', is in Vancouver enjoying friends now living there, picnic lias been arranged for Tuesday afternoon at Second Beach, and a plea.sant "get ^fogether time" is anticipated. Among the visitors are Canon and .Mrs. .Murrell AVrlgbt, Canon and Mrs. niiichlues will do inuidi to save thousands of bushels of grain as well us .saving greatly in the threshing. Reports from the (ountrysille are that many cro))s are turning out five bushels an acre belter ilian was expected. Tills Is true especially in tho Coaldale district. During tlie fore part of .July the fields looked like a zero crop. However the farnKjrs turned In as much water as tliey could gel, and this served to .keep the [danis alive and retard growth. Then camo Ihe good rains of stampede week and Ihe early part of August, and there will bo many fields wilb 2r>-buslicl rops where practically nothing was ei^pected in July. This will greatly help ill increasing (lie total yield ot the Lethbridge railway district, which Is not estlnvaled at over 7.OOO.00O bu-siieis or one-third tlie i.'UT crop. The'second cullhig of alfalfa Is' now being harvested, and the reports I are that It is very heavy. .Many al-j falfa fields will this year cut over! three tons to the acre, which at thej present prices, means practically $100 ^ an acre. The hay fainior.s are this year making the big money made by the grain farmers In 1910 and 1017. , In the Province Hlmonton, .\ug. 19,-During the past week crop conditions continue to improve. In the southwestern part ot the province the crops on sumnierfal-lowed land have lllled well. Wheat cutting in this area is now general. Oats and barley were sown generally on spring or fall plowing and will be a light yield throughout the south. In the district which was not affected by frost the wheat on summerfai-lowed land will yield boween 20 and 25 ibushels to the acre, that on spring and tall plowing, however, will be light. tlon of early yarleties sown was very small. Some favored places have escaped frost pretty largely. The barley crop has not suffered quite as badly as wheal. In some places .where the barley was caught In the blossom stage the crop Is entirely ruined but in many places it was cither in Ihe milk or dough stage or else was Just. Bhooting at tho time of the frost. In the binder platform In heaps. The gen era! Impression i,s that the crop wll turn out a little better than expeclee a few .wc'eks ago. THE WEATHER High .................... Low .................... Forecast-Fair and Cool. 7! At v 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 McM,;^ Mr MrsF W Dow: � is possible afler the Domlniofis' nef Mr.":tnd m;" Layton,'Mrs," W S. statesmen have loft his coimtiy. ^NDISIEROFIHE THE FOOT TOGGERY BOOTS-SHOES For all Ages The Nation's Best in Quality ASK FOR 1 The Hartt Shoe for Men in "The Czar Last." Darlq Brown . . . :...................$12.00 or Gunmetal Bal V. .... . $11.00 Receding Toe\ Broad Flat Heel. Carried in Widths W.J4 Nelson and Company COR. THIRP Aye. AND SEVENTh'^ST. 8., SHERLOCK .BLDO. Ball and the Alisses Ball. Mrs. W. Scott, Mrs. .7. Jones, Mr. and Mrs. Boultoii, Mr. and Mrs. E. Carver, Mrs. W. D. Scott, Mrs. Kirk, .Mrs. Howard Wickett, Mrs. O'Hageu. the Misses O' Hagen, tho Misses Ilazell. Miss Jean-ette .Murray. Dr. and .Airs. Allen, Mr. and .Mrs. Ellas Adams, Mr. .1. Kussell Oliver and family, Mrs. Tracht, Mrs. Harmon, Miss Cameron, .Miss Ashton, Mr. and Jirs. Robert Long.-Vancouver "Province.   . ? ? INNOVATION. > ? ? : > ? : ? : > : : The choice ot white for wedding gowns is really of comparatively modern origin. The Roman brides yvove yellow, and In most eastern countries pink is tho bridal color. During the middle ages and in the Renaissance period brides v/ore crimson, to the exclusion of all other colors. Most o� tho Plantagenet and Tudor queens were married in that vivid hue whicli is still popular in parts of Brittany, where the bride is usually dressed in crimson brocade. It was Mary Stmyt who first changed the color of bridal garments. At her marriage with Francis the Second ot France in 1558. which took place not before the altar hut before the great doors of Notre Dame, she was gowned in white brocade, with a train ot pale blue Persian velvet sl.v yards in length. This innovation caused a great stir in the fashionable world at that tin\e. It was not, however, until (lulto at the end of tho .seventeenth century � that pure white-tho color worn by royal widows-became popular for bridal garments.-Family Herald. �J Old Fashioned Bs^rn Dance The Commeice Red Cross will give an old-fashioned Bam Dance on the evening of FRIDAY, August 23rd AT I WEIGAND'S BARN, COMMERCE REFRESHMENTS SERVKD ijv GENTLEMEN DUNNINQ'S ORCHESTRA YOUR aufPfOItT ft SpLICIJEO. KILTIES IS KILLED Capt. Richanit-. ot Calgary, who came to Lethbridgi- in 1910 as bandmaster of the Lethbridge Highlanders, has lieen killed in action, according to word received in Calgary. Capt. Richards, who w.is then Lieut. Richards, was known as one of the best band leaders In the countr.v, and the Highlanders deemed themselves fortunate In oblainiii;; his services as bandmaster wliile tho formation ot the battalion was proceeding here, he left with the rc,:iment for overseas, and obtained his commission in the fighting rank.s, eventually laying down hlB life in action. ALE of OLD VIOLATE AGREEMENT Washington, Aug. 20,-German olTi-cera formerly Interned in Swltzerbind and repatriated, have been sent on military duty to the Ukraine In violation of tho agreement ot Borne, according to an ofliclal dispatch today from Franco. DANCE A dance will bo given by the Junior Rod Cross Girls ot Hay-tijond. IN RAYMOND OPERA ^ HOUSE THURSDAY August 22 Proceed! to Red Croit 212-1 SERGT. D. COBBLEDICK HAS BEEN lUNOED .Former Lethbridge men appear In the casualty lists today. Sergt. Douglas Cohhlodick, sou ot Rev. C. H. Cobbledick, former paator of Wesley cluircli hero, has been wounded according lo dispatches today. He en listed in Lethbridge with the Leth-brldge Highlanders in 191C. and has been overseas sinco the tall of that year. . Lieut. Bain, whose mother lives In England, also appears on the lists as wounded today. He enlisted here. H. K. Turner, of Cayley, is in today's lists as wounded. "W. Robertson of Crystal Lake district this morning received word from the director of records that bis son Pte. Alexander Hobertson who went over with the KiU/e.s had been wounded on Aug. i;! and Is now in a French hospital. Pto. Richard Hewitt ot tho Infantry has also boon wounded. Ho wont across with an infantry regiment early in the war. lie also was wounded on August L'{. Previous to enlisting he resided at 207 I'lth St. N. As advertised last Thursday we are continuing the sale all through this w^eek and if you have not yet got your winter supply of wool underwear, sweaters and hosiery, don't delay longer. The values are fine and the qualities much better than you will get in the new goods soon to arrive. , i 5 REMEMBER WE ARE SELLING ALL 1917 WOOLENS AT 1917 PRICES WHILE 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- 7 BINATIONS Carried over from last year. Selling at last year's prices. SPLENDID ALL WOOL COMBINATIONS FOR WOMEN Stratford and Watson's standard lines. Soiling at last year's prices. The death of William Mil/ford, who wna a resident of Letlibritlge tor some years and who was very \*oll knowii hero, occurred in Toronto yesterday. Mrs. (Dr.) ('. C, Cragg, a daughter, received the,news yoslorday and has gone to Toronto. , Win. Mitfonl, wlio was a native of England, lived in Lotl^^lrldgo tor five years until a year or so ago, when ho went to Toi;pnto to llvo. , He is auvvJvPd '>>' M>'S. ..aragg, his daughter, and by flvo sons, W. B, who l8 in London,.I'Jng., Oewge, of tho Toronto World, "-.bert, ot Bow Islaud, and T, M. an'/i iliiOy.t int Toronto.?. - COMPLETE RANGE OF SIZES, BOYS' AND GIRLS' COMBINATIONS AND SINGLES Wool and halt wool garments. All at last year's prices. WOOL SWEATERS AND JERSEYS FOR MEN, WOMEN, GIRLS AND BOYS One-third less than the new stock will cost you. Nothing has been marked up. WE WOULD STRONGLY ADVISE EARLY BUYING OF ALL FALL MERCHAN-DISE AS PRICES ARE GOING HIGHER. SHOWING WONDERFUL VALUES IN SERGES AND SUITINGS in many cases almost half their real pres-' ent value. Serges at $1.50, $2.50 and $3.00^ Tweed and Worsted Suitings at $1.25, $2.00, $3.00 and $4.00 CAN SAVE YOU FROM $5.00 TO $10.00 ON SERGI DRESSES . ""�,,.��<.......� I ' , . ' �'.,, iilaterlals' were contracted for months ago when serges were cheaper. Styles were selected later so that we can five you correct styles in tine quality pure wool serges at a very moderate price. SEE THE NEW COATS Twe�4e, Velours and Plushes. The Simpson Co./Limited 354648 ;