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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - August 21, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 21, 1918 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD PAGE NINE SSAimiORY jTwo Haders Can Cut 60 Acres a Day For One Separator CORSTANTPAIN Cutting wltli heaflora which are being extetiBlvely 1180(1 In Southorn AI-iborla tills yenr to savo (ho shnrf y Rraln, was wltnos80iI on Tnufldiiy af-ij tornnon by n Herald reprcaontntlvo �ivho vlaltcd the. oU^. Bslloviio ranch, �now owned by Mr. Aloxandor, an Jowa banker. The ranch Js located south ot Chin, and there are about -tOOO acres under .crop. The headers being liflod are I.h.c. modelB, and from what the Horalil could aoo they wore glvluK the beit oT aatlatactlpn. In a crop which would ftvorago ijetweon 11 and i;i huahelB to the aero. In UHlni? headers the grAltii ig allowed t0' NO APPLICATIONS ? Ottawa. Aug. '.;o,-No.,moro he replied fn. but will bn filed > tor future reference, acconllng ? : ? : DISAGREES WITH THE HUN POLICY EXCHANGE TELEGRAMS Paris, Aug. 21.- (Ilavas Agency)- PreBident Voincave and King George ot England on the occasion of the 58Ui birthday anniversary of the French president yesOerduy exchanged cordial telegi-am's. They reafflrmecl the close agrecmeiil exi.sting between the Entente allied armies, re+oidng at the recent s� of the alllel>dlBlc'iiueta meis m H*a7i�aUelH.'siuiw, f*niws\ i ibis TrcanarTt ez-0�vcraer of lawat famer ITaltc^ MatM ' ikart nollana Keaaer of Dclawate, at pteaeat Malar at tke V. f* erilli Jotia I.. Clem (Retired), the 4raauaav Wy of Mlah, wha B�nltal'.la twa wcelu> Mote. It la aaw kclnc �ac4 ky aver |ki aill|laa_ �ccti�(aty RtaMorH Aniyi Oe: w�a B� " tataa ri Oeaeraii'alia i "vr^ Atklaaaa of �ke Oaart of Claims at Waaklavtra aaA Gr^y Dort Motor Cars Advance Rumely Engines Sharpies Cream Separators GIVE us A CALL , ALLEN 0F|�if>8l'itE UETiHBRIDGE HOTEL fi^HONE 1M4 , IMPROVED METHODS are adopted by us ub soon as tUelr value Is tlrmly egtabllBhea. In the pertormah^o of our duties ae (Jiidertakers and Licensed Embdmers 'All hiodorn alda approved by sclonce or good taste are In use, and we hiivo no hesitation lu claiming that we can arlve the best service at the most reoHonable cpat OLDEST ESTABLISHED FIRM IN SOUTHERN ALSERTA. WE MANUFACTURE CASKETS aad SIXTH sTpeeT s. T. S. Fetterly PHONE 681 The family this morning received word that Pte Norman Munro had been wounded on Aug. 11 In the right toot. Pte. Munroe left with an Alberta battalion early last year an^ has been- in the heavy ifighling slpce Aug. 1. Prior to enlisting he was an employe at .the local office of the telephone system. His brother; who la with the Engineers, recently was awarded the military cross for running bis train through beavy fire. , Acting Corp. Percy D. Windsor lis also reported bs wounded in actlhn, Corp. Windsor enlisted earfy in the �war; He is suffering gunshot wounds in the neck and shoulder. ',. - ,1 C. Scott,, manager of the Standard Bank, Noj-th Lethbrldge, has received word that his brother, Lieut. Frink Scott has been killed- In aQtlon. FOR LAKE PARK Commissioner Meech and the*heads ot bis department are busy tliese days mapping out a program of In^prove-ments lor Henderson Parjc next spring. To the Herald this moMilng Commissioner Meech stated' that a definite program would he commenced next year. The land south of the lake Ib now being plowed* and next year .It will he seeded to grass with psts as a nurse crop. A big program ot tree planting is also being arranged, and thousafads ot trees will be set out In clumps and In rows bo as to get the best effect. An effort will also be made to grow the Spanish Broom tree which Is giving such splendid service in the Victoria parks. I HELP,ALBERTA Calgary, Aug. 21.-That th�if� wouia ba a thortagi of man to harvest Atberta'a crop, waa tha atatemant 6f Sacr�tary Hlsglnbo> tham, of tha Unltad Farnjar* of Alberta, thia morning. Tha dropk hav� davelopati much better than expected and there la si acarolty of labor at many points.^ Melbourne, Aug. 21.-(Canadian Press Dispatch from Reuters Limited) -The Australian press welcomes the recoenitlon ot the status of the Dominions as war partners by the permanent representation in the war cabinet, but unanimously objects to the maintenance of two London ostablish-ments, namely, that of high commissioner and war minister. "The Melbourne Age recommends the' appointment of tho high commissioner as honorary minister It It 1b essential for the representative to be a cabinet minister and points *out that the commissioner la chosen for his experience in public affairs, his knowledge of Australian policy and his ability to represent commonwealth interests. � �Gloucester, Mass., Aug. 21.- Captain Wallace Bruce, .of the schooner A. P. Andrews, reported in a message to the John Chls-holm Corporation, the owners, here today that his vessel was sunk by a German submarine yesterday afternoon at three o'clock. � The message rtiade no .reference to the sinking of the schooner by the trawler Triumph. SHIPLOAD OF CEREALS. Washington, Aug. 21.-At tho urgent request of the government of Tho Netherlands, the war trade board has granted permission for the steamship Nieuwe Amsterdam to take a cargo ot 10,000 tons of cereals to Holland. The. permission waa granted, an announce-" ment said today, after an agreement had been made whereby the. vessel on its next trip from this country will carry a cargo lor the Belgian Relief Commission. Ashamed of Corns As People Should Be-They Are So Unnecessary / usually, the whole corn disappears. Some old, tough corns require a secon^ application, but not often. The instinct is to hide a V8nt, Our ropalV department is under the management ot the best mechanic we could find and all work will be rlpht Hn every detail. . FORDSON TRACTORS This Is the tractor tho provincial government distributed over the province th'ls Bpring,. tt Is . givlnsT good satisfaction, Us reliability has been proven. We have a full lino ot repairs for thia tractor on band. Fp^RD TRUCKS A SAVING TO FARMERS , .The'motor driven truck can .work (fonstanitly-at maximum load under the burning smpffter stin, orln ;tl>o coldest weather. Unlike .the' borse it , juo rests whlle>worklng, it eats only; wlien In actual use, and when the day's *ork. Is done ft Tequlres very  little aUentlon,. and leaveg you tree for bthei: "Chores" about the piaoel. Then,' it - can,-bo housed In one-quarter the Spafe of th� '�hbrsfes,'vagon'and harness it replaces. It Ib a mistaken Idea that a truck Is useful only for driving upon paved roads. The Ford can be driven all over the farm, and used for hauling grain, potatoes, fruit, roots, tertilizer, wood, "stock, milk, or any other product. The speed,It travels,^he time It saves, and its low upkeep cost, appeal very strongly to allt users ot the Ford Truck. CO. Mc'OREiEilY, Mansia'cr H.E, MlEBACH, Proprletoi' 28 7775298? 36344??3 42 8779 ;