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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 21, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta AUQtJST THfc HERALD PAGE MME Two Hndtrg Can Cot 80 a Day For One Separ ator Cutting with headers which are be ing extensively used In Southern Al berta this year to short was on Tuesday af ternoon by ft Herald who visited the ranch now owned by an Iowa ranch located south ot and there are about 400 acres under The Readers being used are Irmn wha the Herald could see they were glvlnj the best ot 1 satisfactionin a cro which would averag between 11 13 jo the InBusing head ers the grtinj Is anawbd fair ripe so that it thresh d rectly as the grainIb though man people them will grain and alloVn tostandv on the Bfllevuelarniithe threshing ma chine and cutting with the headers around the ma chine working from the centre or tne circle to ouUide neaaers able ta keep the threshing ma chine and in this wayabout acres a day can be cut and The which was was being hauled direct to the eleva tor at sip that this poijit will probably first to ropOTt ship ments of this The whole heading process Is new in this of the country and the experiment will We watched with especially to learn how the grain threshed directly after cutting keeps in the AFTER PNG WUPMAHER OF SERVICE HERE cmcM to For two I tortures from Severe I had constant pains after wtlaf pains doTni the and and horrible bitter stuff often ewne up In my I tried but did not help sodn as I started taking I began to Improve and this made of fruit relieved me when everything else HUDSON 8fbr trial site At alldealera or sent postpaid by Fruitatives That the feaard of railway commis sioners Is looking very carefully Into the matter of the passenger schedules In this district is Indicated in a wire received late yesterday by the board of stating that the board Is looking Into the Cardston service In connection nwlth the order of the commission Issued some years whereby the service In effect uj till this week was The foal ance of the wire states Is being looked and the board o trade will be advised as to the dlspo N One Of the greatest objections rals ed by the people along the Cardston line is that it Is necessary to take tw nights and a day to come to Leth bridge by train to transact CAPTAINS AND MATESONPACIFIC Fighting Formerly of Hit in Receiit tJolonel Chaplain Is wounded In action Colonel Gordon was minister ot Knox church here to Came rons leaving here he went to and enlisted from thero In the Chaplain His Gordon was formerly principal of The 30th annual organization meet ng of the Alberta Gun Club was held ast Owing to war condi ions cost of the olub did not shootingxat the raps this A committee con sisting of Br Taylor and Walter Shover was appointed to arrange for two shoots before theTuck season The following officers were elected forthe 1918 season Dr Gallivanr ShoveV field Taylor Fred Frand fledtey Walter McSwaiit N T T tlH V Editor Herald Dear reference to a re port issued In your paper bearlnfe date 19th I feel in order to do myself justice I must an ex planation it is with regard to the escape of a noted criminal now in the provincial gaol Disbelieved by the lo cal authorities to be Fred mad a determined attempt to commit au clde on Tuesday afternoon in his roon at the Cosmopolitan Hoteron 1st Ave A great gash witlra razor wa aelf though he had su fered greatly from loss of Wood it is reported from ttoehpspilal this after noon that isi progressingfavorably and it is expected he will who to he a down made the attempt about 330 in the His following the rash attracted the attention of ode of thp Chines at tendants Chief Hardy was called and first aid Serious Situation Has Arisen at By This Action AH the captains and mates employed in the and freight steamer traffic in British Columbia coast wise waters have given notice to their that they will positions and ask to be from their com mands In fortyeight This was announced this morning by Ei counsel for the Canadiart Merchant Service the of the mariners which the shipowners refused to recognize In their dealings with their NO APPLICATIONS FOR AIR SERVICE TO BE applications Trom Canada for the Canadian naval air service j after and any re rtelVed after that date will not foe replied will bo filed for future according 5 to a statement issued by the naval department Al ready Tor 100 vacancies which exist several hundred requests for entry nave been Expansion of tha service later on may necessitate further when announce ment Will be made In the t From Our Own Corresnonflent Milk exception ally Interesting Mid Instructive meet Ing was had by the Insti tute on Wednesday when Johns gave a lecture on life and million work In Johns and her husband are home on She is the daughter bt and Paul The Womens In stitute is doing fine work hero and no woman canv afford to be absent from the meetings who is interested in the weliare ot the I say that not been treat tf M ed right in the matter because the PmJ Lthbridge on Wednos w conclusion knew well easy access and therefore he have warned me to say with dence the court had or the word or oath of this vtfhich was very unsatisfactory to come T 1 b EXCHANGE TELEGRAMS President King Georg ot England on the occasion of the 68t birthday anniversary of the Frenc president yesterday exchanged coi Hal They reaffirmed the close agreement existing between the Entente allied at the successes of the allied troops Karl the German ambassador to who has returned to Germany rom to which city he ai er a brief stay at will not eturn to Russia because ha does not greo with the Russian policy which s advocated by Admiral Fatal Von the German secretary for for eign accordingto the Vqfr waerts of which quotes somlofflclnl Deutsohe Examinations fof Nurses The examinations to he held accordance With the provisions ol The Registered Nurses Act Wll take place In Calgary on 2nd and Graduate nurses passinl these examinations will bo eligible to become Registered Nurses In Alberta Graduates of Alberta hospitals ar not required to take thr examinations Applications shoGld bo sent to the Sec retary of the Hoard of Examiners 01 or before September Appllcatloi forms and further Information will b supplied by Armstrong and predicted final Entente victory for the Secretary Board of Drawer was er to such a Now T I Sold Hla Farm char Able of Klppenville sold his three farm iand coal mine this The MANM1DAL acter during the two years anu lurui months that I have done duty as guard owner will now pporato both Mr the provincial gaol so that my oath and Able are going to would not be taken instead of this purchase a farm W rdminan I dont think I do say Mr Weeks who has been called that I am prepared to kiss the dear to the got a hearty send Old Book and say that Mathews did off on Thursday Weeks and the not go out with the teamster gang I other members of the Umon church wHl also swear that I was talking to choir had their photograph taken just will also 1 before his His fine tenor Iwill also voice will be much missed from the iu LancerCorporal now a sergeant major in the former typo of was recently awarded the military medal for bravery in ac cording received by his wife who resides at 906 llth pose Plnkfi Vas removed to Oalt Tie police know nothing about he Is believed to be a etranger A charge of at tempted suicide will be laid against from listing he was employed in the com posing department of Printers and He enlisted about two and a half years Short of the fire department is a brotherin law of Major Mathews on the morning say that whoever gave in the report choir and concert kMW veW little about the organizing Some good fishing is beinghad in men at the because the rtver these Miss Agnes q Print on whose Shea is chanipipn fisher so having Luldet all theResponsibility ot orlanded one which tipped the scale at eanlzinit the men at the gaol rests two wm belr me out in saying that the In spite of bylaws and an men who go out as trus energetic Women s Institute a large tinrior thp Tinme of herd of ciKs are roaming the village nine streets and The council has o men and not In con made a good start this year by pro to iweive men auu the town flne graded streets and sldewalksiandlt Is a pity to revert to primitive and comic sup plement A pigIn every garden is a fine win the war out good citizens will also keep them in a pen and give the spud a chance to earn the 4 Martin Bur rell acting minister of in a statement to the to referred to the recent Canadian andexpressed in no uncer tain tone the governments view in regard to Hie amnesty for which expires at the end of this Since the ot said the the1 Canadians have marked their entry into the fifth year qf the war Tiy achievements which Have confirmed the reputation of the Canadian corps as the most formidable fighting force of its size on the west ern The recent advance made by our men has been important m its brilliant in execu fn the past three weeks they have captured 150 nuns and thousands of machine During this brief period they have suffered 10482 casualties in wounded and missing 130 officers and 1474 men having been killed in ac SUNK BY IU LW o elusion I say that I will give my SUB niclon of the way that Mathews escap ed and some of the reasons for having such a suspicion to any of the parties Youu The family this morning received word that Pte Norman Munro had been wounded on 11 in the right Munroe left with an Alber ta battalion early last year has the heavy ifighting since 1 Prior to enlisting he was an em ploye at local office of the tele phone His brother who is with the recently awarded the military cross for runn ing his train through heavy Acting Percy Windsor is also reported BB wounded to Windsor enlisted early In the war He is suffering gunshot wounqs in the neck and j manager of the 8tand ard North has ceived word that his Frank Scott has been Captain Wallace the schooner reported in a message to the John Chls holm the here today that his vessel was sunk by a German submarine yes terday afternoon at three The message made no to the sinking of the schooner by the trawler j SHIPLOAD OF the urgen request of the government of The Ne the war trade board has granted permission for the steamship Nieuwe Amsterdam to take a cargo of tons of cereals to permission was an announce ment said after an agreement had beeu made whereby vessel on its next trip from this country will carry a cargo for the Belgian Relief Ashamed of Corns As People Should Are So Unnecessary The instinct is to hide a And to cover the pain with a people nowadays know that a Corn is And that naught but neglect can ac count for It is like a torn gown which fail to Or a spot which you fail to The fault lies in neglecting a few minute with a Any corn stopped in a arid stopped jor Any corn can be ended quickly and All that is nec essary is to apply a little Bluejay It is done in a It means no Then a bit of scientific wax be fgins its gentle ac In two Stops Pain Irutantly Endi Corni Completely Large 25 cat Small package discontinued the whole corn disap Some tough corns re quire a second but not Can you think of a TMson lor corns and letting them continue Or for usine harsh or rmvsay application or of clinging to any oldtrme method whicfc ia now taifoo Or for suffering millions of othars escape Cart you think of o reasonfor not trying Btuetay It is a modern salcntlfic treat ment invented by a It mafe by a of tame In V the making of surgical It ended corns by the tens of like It easy and gentle and youcanprove for your self Try on If it does ai by On fujure corns apply it the moment they ap Tlmt will mean perpetual A corn after will be unknown to For Corns BAUER NewYork Ctwrt j Press Dispatch from Reuters Limited Australian press welcomes the recognition of the status of the Do minions as war partners by the per manent representation in the war cab but unanimously objects to the maintenance of two London establish that of high commis and war The Melbourne Age recommends the appojntment of the high commis sioner as honorary minister If It is es sential for the representative to be a cabinet minister and points out that the commissioner is chosen for his ex perience in public his know ledge of Australian policy and his ability to represent commonwealth In terests Dort Motor Cars Advance Rumely Engines Sharpies Cream Separators GIVE US A CAUL HOTEL 1644 Undertakii FOR LAKE PARK Commissioner Meech and of his department are busy these days mapping out a program of Improve ments for Henderson Park To the Herald this morning Commissioner Meech stated that a definite program would be commenced next The land south of the IVW is now being and wait year will be seeded to grass with as a nurse A big program of tree planting is also being and thousands of trees will be set out in clumps and in rows so as to get the best An effort will also be made to grow the Spanish Broom tree which is giving such splendid service in the ViQtoria IMPROVED METHODS are us as soon as their value Is firmly In the parforrowieof our duties w and Iterated Embabncrs Aii modern aids approved by science or good In and we Mve no hlsitatlon to claiming that we can give the best service the moat reasonable OLDEST MTABLI8HRO FIRM IN WE MANUFACTURE ALBERTA IN THE HOUR OF we Bttll have to keep our minds o things Death claims all bu notte dispense with the aervlcea ot A Funeral Dimtor We proffer these unices when they are needed and pledge our patrons that perfect decorum attends whatever funeral we Our are at your disposal night or and we will promptly rqppoud to phone or other mnsages The Universal Car There are than two mlllfon and a Barter Ford cars in service Practically onehalf of all the cars on Canadian highways are Ford The Ford is the car forUs power and lightness is an absolute essential lor econ omy in maintenance and for comfort in It weighs several hundred pounds less than the ordinary car ot the same carrying ca Sacitv It puts more tire surface on the ground pe pound of car than ahy And Its lightness t of lessening the strain and stress upon the car Tires for Fard cars are comparatively inexpen because large ones are not they give maximumservice because the car Ford pwners have a minimum ot tire troubles and other thats a big factor in the buying ofa It is surprisingly low surprisingly high in it Us produced upon scale so gigantic as to reduce the cost of maniu facture and distributing to a There is one outstanding reason why the Ford car so far outsells all It is a better Fetterly 8TPEET 8 661 would be man harvest Albertaa WM of Unltad of thla Tnt have tfavalapafi much oatttr than and thtre a scaroHy of labor at many Service to Customers of First Importance at Local Ford Garage Realizing that service is the big In the automobile that customers want reliable work and courteous attention we em phasising this at our When youcome here you will find some one ready to look after We must give service to make you wan to come we will give you the kind of service you Our repair department is under the management of the best mechanic we could find and all work will be right n every FORDSON TRACTORS This is the tractor the provincial government distributed over the province tbJls It is giving good Us reliability has beeu We have a full line ot repairs or tttia tractor on hand MtcKay Third Avenue South AM A I Alfa Phone lift Ana TRUCKS A SAVING TO FARMERS driven truck can constantly at maximum load under the burning or in coldest Unlike horse it rests it eats only when in actual and when the days Is It requires very little and leaves free for other Chores about the place it can in onequarter the Space of wagonand harness it It la amistaken Idea that a truck is useful only for driving upon paved The Ford can be driven all over the and used for haul ing stock or any other The time it and its low upkeep oogu appeal very strongly to users the Ford FORD Propr ;