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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 21, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta WEDNESDAY. AUfiUST 21, 1918 THE LKTHBiUDGF, HERALD PAGE NINE jTwo'Haders Can Cut .60 Acres a Day For One Separ- ator Cutilug willi headers whlch-ftre be- ing extensively used in'Southern Al- .berta this >avej the sbnrh was oa Tcesday af- ternoon, by a .representative who yieltcd now.owned bj'JJr. AteiatidaK an tanker, ranch is located south ot Chin, :are Qpout 4000 acres under headers being used the Herald c'ouM'see they .were- giving the a crop Between 11 and 13 afro.: In.using head- ers tfaftTErdlnj aliped ripe to'that it Is'possible, to thresh di- rectly as Ihe grain-U cut.'though many people, them" the grain, and on Ih'p Bellevii.e'faTiQ IhVthresliiDE ma-, chine? set, -and -Jlho ina-. chine from Iho circle outside- aro able tQ keep the threshing ma- chine busy, abd In ibis way about CO, acres a day can be cut andHhreshed. Tho-grain, which vras grading No.-2 ivas being hauled direct to" Uie ClUhj-sp that this potjit will probably tie- (he first to'report ship- ments of from, this'crop. The whole h'earilnk process ia something noW So Ihls .part of tho country "and tho experiment wttl Wb watched --with interest, especially to' learn-how the grain threshert'''dlrectly niter cutting keeps in the a PAH! AFIER EATING CorrtCW fcjf Sr. 'MimxX N.B. "For years, I suffered tortures from Sn-ty "Ojaffft ia. I hid copsU.nt pains after-wtinp; pains ii v Md back and 'horrible bid t stuff often came up in my mouth: I tried but they, did not help mo.- aslsttrled Ukkne '.I-bepui to Improve medicine, made of fruit 'juices, -rejfeyed me when eTcrj.thinj 'else filled-" HUDSOji MAIISHBANK. 'We. a boi.G -for by. I A man ifho !s "believed by tho lo cal authorities be Fred PlaJvo made a determined atlempt to commit sm cldo on Tuesday afternoon m his room at the Co mopolltaa Hotel on 1st South gash v ith a razor eclf Inflicted" ,and (hough he had snf torn loss of blood ft Is reported from the hospital this a tier noon thai favorably and H Is expected lie will recoter f Pinko ja'thojgbt to be i down and outer ifrade atlcmjit 3 oO tn tlio Wternopn iris struggles Ing the rash act attracted Ihe ol, ot thQ at tenaants of [the hotel Chief Hardy was called and administered first ale which Is to liave been ro for aefeating the man pur pose Vas removed to Oali -Ttjo -polfco know nothing bout him atq he is bellered to bo a iranger in tjie 'city A charge of at templed BuScldOj laid agains him irtten ho rftcoveTB mmm EtEffED The JOth annual organization meet- That Iha board of railway commis- sioners Is very carefully Into tho matter of tho O.P-li. passeagw schedules In this district is Indicated In (a' -u'iro re celled late yesterday by the that the board is looking Into the Cardston service In connection the order of the commission Issued some yeara ago whereby the service In "effect up till this.week was granted. The bal- ance of: this the wirQ states, Is being looked into, and the iioard'of trado will be adTlsed as to the- dis'po- One of the gr'eate'st objections rals- ed. 6y the people.along lino is that ft. is necessary to take two nlKUts and a day to .como to Leth- bridge by train to transact business, Fighting Parson, 'Formerly of Hi'tin Hm-nt Gordon, Hon. Lieut. Colonel Chaplain A. M. Kingston. Ont.. is wounded In VHon? Colonel A. 51. Gordon, M.C., minister ot Knoi church here prior- to Rev. Hr. Came- ron's here 'he to1. and cnluted froin thero In' serrice. Ills' father, was formerly principal of University. Editor.Herald: Dear reference to a re- port-issued In your, paper- bearlnfe date 19th insl, I feel in order to do :ng of tho Alberta Gun Club was held myself justice must -make 'an -er- 'pianalion; it is with regard to the last evening. Owing to war condi- Iho tions htgb club did not tavp.any.shoolingvat. tho [raps this season. A slslln'g 'of V.- Green; W; l.Tayldr aci Walter- Shpvcr wa3 escape of Ciias. a noted criminal now in the provincial .gaol here. I say that I.have not been treat- ed right In 'the matter, because the party-who was responsible for the in- to such an empty arrange for two shoots before thelTuck following olflcets were elected ar' tho 'ifllS season: President, Dr. GallUati secretary Ireasurer, I Taylor Fred Kenny, .Rra.'id Jledloyj directors, D J A N Kessler L Lundy i vestlealion to _ j conclusion wcll thal -W, J- now a Eergeant1 major-Jn-l dlans 2 former typo of Lethlmtlge was. recently awarded ttib military tppflal lor bravery In the field ac cording- to. word received by his wife tt'io reslfics at DOC llth St Sergt Slajor Combtcs Tent overseas wlthahe Alberta BatuUofc en listing from .LeUi bridge. PrJor to en- HstinE hB vas employed m tHe coin posing of Printers and Statioriera. about two arid a half years Capt. Short of the fire department Is a brother-in- law of Sergl.'Major It MW kr M. Shm, easy therefore he should have warrteil me io be present. I also say .with.authority, lliat the only evi- the court had or could have was the word or oath ot tilts criminal, very unsatisCact'ory lo come to'such'a concluston. Now 1" w'ooiler, there anything found in my char- acter during the two'years'and throe months that I have done duty as_ guard in'Uie'provincial gaol so that my oath would not this criminal? I don't think so. I do say that I am prepared to kiss the dear Old Book and say ;that Mathews did not go. out with, the teamster gang; 1 that 1 was talking to the kitchen at about 030 on the morning in question; also say-that whoever gave-in''tho report kaew very little about-the organizing of Ihe men at the gaol, because Mr. G S Grant, the ddimty warden, on whose sKbulderg ,'all the responsibility of or ganizing the men at the rests will 1 ear me out in saying that the number of men who go out as trus tied in (he morning under Uie name o the_teamstcr gang averages from nine to twelve men and not six. In "con elusion I xay that I will give my sus pTcioli of the way that Walhews eacap ed and some of the reasons for having such to any of the parties concftrned. Youte Iruly J DUXDAS (From Our CorresMtiiient} Milk River, exception- Interesting ana instructive meet- ng was had Inatl' Wednesday when Mrs. Johns lecture'on-life arid minion work In China. jMra, Johns and her and are' h'onic.on furlough. She s the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Paul iladgo, twafifteea. The Womea'a In- ititule is.doing fine work here and no woman caa" afford; to be absent trom hQ'meetings who. ia Interested in the vcirarp ot-the_ district. 'Waller Smith and Miss May Oborn ilfppSl LethbriJge on Wednes- day and got quietly married. Mr. Smith, young hardware merchant trpects-to be railed to the the 2Gth of thi5 month Is a daughter of Mr. Joseph. Oborn, she.en rancher aud mine own- er. Our best wisjies Ibe young i DISAGREES WITH Serious .SituaUon'Has Arisen at yancouver By This 'Aciion Vancouver, Aug. 21. All the and mates employed in the and freight tteamer traffic British Columbia' coast- Caters have given notice to their that'they ifflivfrwTi their positions and ask to be from, their com- mitnrfi'tK hours. This waixannounced thlc by D.- counsel for the Canadian Merchant Service Guild, organisation of the. mariners 1 .which' the shipowners refused to ne cognize In their dealings with'. employees. Mr. Sold Hfs Farm ..bis !arm and coal mine this week. The new >wner, wilt now pperate both- Mr. and Mrs. Able and-family ate going1 to -purchase a farm Ifl ft C A. Weeks'who has been' called to the-U. S. a hearty send- off on Weeks and the otner membersf.ot-, the Union church' choir had tbeir'photpsraph taken just before his leiaving.'; Mis fine tenor voice will "be'much; missed from the choir and.'cQricQrt.plattorm. Some good, fishing is being-bad In ibe-i'lver these" evenings. -Miss Agnes Shea" Is champion fisher so far, having landed one whl'cV lipped the scale at two pounds. In "spile of village bylaws and'an energetic Women's Ins'.itute a large pigs are roaming the village streets and gardena. The council has made a good start pifs; year vldiDf the town wjlh fine grades streets and ll is a pity to revert to primiUve'and comic sup; plerMnt ways. A pig-in a fine win the war slogan, tut good citizens will keep them in .a pen and give the spud a, chance the V, C. Ottawa, Aug, Bur roll, acting minister of'militta, in a statement lo Vhe'Canadlan_press ,to referred to the recent Canadian offensive', In no uncer tain, tone the government's view-in regard to the amnesty Cor deserters which expires al the end of lliis week "Since tlie ,first of saK the minister, "the" Canadians havear Ueen In the heavy fighting since 1. Prior to.enlisting lie was an em ploye local ofEice ot the tele- phone system. His brother, with the Engineers, awrarded Ihe military, cross -for runn- Ing train' through fire Acting Corp: Percj D Windaor is also reported as! wounded in action Corp Windsor enlisted early in tfie wafl" Ho is suffering gunshot wounds In Ihe neck and.shoulden J C t manager of (he'Stand ard iBank iVorta re celved word Lient r "rim Ft Scott has been killftd fn action (Griy Dort Motor Cars l-i'i' u____D___i_ r[ Advance Rnmcly Engines Sharpies Cream Separatmri ;6iyE US A CALL IALLEN JACK ilVTHBRIOQE HOTEt ,e ,-ffHON IE Melbourne, Aug. Press" Dispatch from Reuters Umiled) press1 welcomes the recognition of the status of Ihe Do- minions aa war partners by the per- raanentje'presentation in Ihe war cab- but unanimously objects to Ihe maintenance; of two London establish- namely, lhat Cornells- minister. Melbourne Age recoramencls ther apnoinlnienl of commit as honorary minister If It la es genEIal'fo.r the representative to be a cabinet nilnisler and points that 19 chosen for his ex- perience'In public affairs, his know- ledge-of his ability coramonwenllu "n Undertaking FOR LAKE PARK Commissioner Meiich and of his department are busy dtyi mapping out a program of Itfprote- menla for Hftnderaon Park neit spring. To tho Herald this inorntng CororalssionM, Mecch statedr.thif :a definite program would be commenced next year. The land aoulb. of He is nosv being and ndit'year.lt will be seeded to. grass with a nurso crop. A big prograny'of planting.Is also belug tboosaCda of trees wllMrf set out-In clump's "and m rows so as fo get the beat elfccl. An effort will also be mado.to grow tho Spanish Broom tree which is.ElvIng such splendid .service In the Vio.loria parks. IMPROVED METHODS arc adopion Vy us as anon as their ynluo lou in surprisingly high In itrM prodiiccJ upon a scalp so gigantic as to reduce cbst'of and ,dtstrlbulins to a There is-' on'o.oiiUlanding reason why the Konl car so far outsells all others It is i belter cai M Third 1ME rL Alft. Service to Customers of First Importance at Local Ford Garage Realizing service Is Iho blg_ thing. In tho. automobile' biisnness, that customers want reliable work and prompt, .courteous attention, Qin- pli'aiilifiiK this at our gnrage. When hero, find sdnie ouo ready to look after your must give service lo mako you.want l6 come we VIII give jou Iho kind of service you Our rcpafr (lerartment Is under the management ot Uio best mechanic cmiM nnd Md all work will be right ia every detail FORDSON TRACTORS This Is, Iho tractor Iho provincial goTernmonl distributed over (ho provfnco Ihis .spring..It is givlng'gCKxl sallsfacllon Ifa reliability hag been proven. Wo have a full ot repulta tractor on hand TRUCKS A SAVING TO FARMERS t i 1 Thc'molor driven true1 can ViOrk. constantly' at mnxfmum load under the burning sun, or liTlhe coldest' weather'- Unlike the. horse; It needs, no rests while worUng it 'hors It In aclual use, and when the day 9 work is dona It requires Tery'llllle and waves you froo for other "Chore's" about Ibo pluce! he housed In ttiA space harness It replaces t if r' r Is a ralslakoa Idei that f. Inlck Is ucetu! only for .driving upon paved roads. The. Ford "can bo driven ail over Ilie farm and used tor haul tag grain, potatoes, fruit, roots, fertiliser, nnod, .stock, milk, of 'aiiy 'othtr product. 'The speed.St time It and its low upkeep appeal very strongly to allt ot Ibe B'drd Truck t. FORD GARAGE MIE8ACH, Proprietor I ;