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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 22, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta AUGUST IftB LEttljMlfpOE DAILY PAGEN1N6 MILADI Tabor of Mmltclne Hnt was a Tlsltor in the city m i King of Medicine Hat was In ihe city for a short time this Walternoble has returned to Calgary after a brief visit In the Miss Margaret Duncan left yester day morning for Los Cali to visit for some Miss Frances Virtue left on Tues day for Ottawa and At the latter place she will enter tukoa hospital to take her training a f BaHer has returned from where has spent several 0 Marshall of 417 7th tenth has as her her Miss Rebitt of North Mtsa who has been tho guest of her Salmon for the left yester day morning for Miss Violet Sargent of Blalrmore haa arrived In the where she will enter In traiirtng in tho Wilkie haa left Vancou ver for sailing on the Empress of Miss Blanche Hilling is spending1 a holiday in Judd of and of are Jn the city for a few Vir tue is on her way to the coast where she will reside while Virtue is attached to tho Royal Flying Corps at Miss who haa been the guest of Charles has return ad to The and Cragg are enter taining the Bland for a few They left this morning for Walerton where they will re main until Bland is over the Sunday to preach jjn Wesley church morning and even ginning of the week from spending a holiday at and Mallcn are spend ing a short holiday at and thwir little daughter and Miss Edith Comben motored Into the city Tuesday via Maeleod from They re turned home today by way of Nlinmo expressed himself as agreeably surprised at the splendid appearance of the The Primary Classes of the Baptist church were royally entertained yes terday afternoon when they were tak en for delightful auto ride to the home of and Duncan about eight miles south of the About twentyfive happy children were taken out and enjoyed the outing to the CHURCHES AND SOCIETIES The Eastern Star will meet in tho Red Cross rooms for sewing tomorrow Arrangements have been completed by the management of the Holy Cross hospital In Calgary to permit students enrolled In the special school of nurs ing In connection with that institu tion to complete the 3year course in two where it is the Intention of the pupil to continue in the work af ter the course is or to gage In any form of war The executive of the Next of Kin afe asked to meet at the exhibition grounds at 3 oclock on Saturday afternoon to serve refreshments at the Veterans Picnic for soldiers de The Calgary Normal School opened for the fall term on October RED CROSS The following Is an extract from a letter received by the local branch Salmon returned at the bej from director of sup leaf of common tea in a ton of and being stronger it really is the most economical to use in your Blue grown it piles at headquarters at Calgary I am sure that your members will nil realize in reading the long list of casualties which have appeared within the lost few days In our news papers how great Is the present need of Unfortunately our ship ments for the past two months all over the have not been as large as usual owing to the fact that the women have been away or busy dn other We therefore make an appeal to all our branches to do what they can to make up this short ago In supplies and help us not only to keep the supplies up to the average but to Increase them in proportion to the needs of the hospitals The following articles were shipped from the Lethbrldge Red Cross to Calgary on 21 78 suits 42 day 96 trench 48 ward 180 bind 12 pneumonia 132 person al property 48 T 84 pairs 300 136 head LM bed pan fiO khaki 35 surgical 6 j dressing 36 surgical 18 bath 1i operating 60 pillow 42 120 wash U nurses Total 1812 ff FOOD BOARD FLASHES FOR FEMININE FOLK Ninetenths of all the rice eaten in the world is eaten by the Asiatics and out of a total worlds production of pounds the Orient grows To the great masses of rice is both bread and The United States produces more than pounds of which is a mere drop in the bucket when compared with the tremendous demand in the East for this Rice is available on the Canadian and it can be used as a sub stitute for wheat It is one of the best and most nourishing of cer GET VALUE AT The Bay ECON OMISE AT SB The Bay THE CHILDREN HAPPY BOOTS AND SHOES FOR ALL AGES THE FOOT TOGGERY SCHOOL SHOES Its time to think about this necessary part of your childrens To get valuo for your money these days It Is necessary to look for quality rather than ptleo A small Increased cost gives you so much more wear value that It pays twice over to consider qual ity price We have the best in values the market produces for boys and Nelson and THIRD 4 SEVENTH I THE DEFEAT OF THE SUBMARINE Can It Be Made Absolute By Arthur Pollen in the London The recent U boat Invasion of Am erican waters lias been so successful in tonnage without any nppar ynt compensatiij loss of that we may be quite aura that it will b5 repeated on a more ambitious Wa I be equally sure that the scale cannot be incrsuiei without the risk to U boats being magnified out of all For the Amer ica u Navy Department will certainly see that the coastwise and Caribbean traffic so to canalised if necessity will extend convoy protection to its more important un This incident lends a in terest to the whole problem of Jefeat Ing the conscienceless attempt to par alyse the worlds and once more provokes us to ask the question Is the absolute and complete defeat of the submarine a practical possi bility In spite of what the Navy has done and of the very changed condition of things today from what they were a year the problem is still intensely Speaking at Edinburgh a week or two the Prime Minister with the full authority of the what some observers had aready been rash enough to infer from the pubished He told from the published lie told us that the German still a Hardly more though no longer a was than a year ugo it was a menace of appalling The German plan and UM German expecta tion was to destroy a million tons of British shipping a month and to frigh ten all neutral shipping oil tho For two weeks in tho mouth of April the enemy attained this rate of destruction surpassed In the three May amV he sank between and tons of British shipping and very nearly of neutral and Allied To call this a men ace only is to understate the It was a sentence of death if it could nave Today not only is he much less than half of but wjth American help we are build Ing nearly twice as mud tonnage us we were building Germanys immediate strategic is de for Allied tonnage is growing and not AntiGerman Cargo But if tho word menace under stated the position of a year the word nuisance understates the For in the month of April the world lost over tons of shipping and cargoes to Herr in his renent said that the average cargo ton was worth and that It cost JEBD to re place u ton of At this rate the submarine war has already cost the antiGerman world over and must now be taxing us at the rate of over a The economic the dislocation of and embarrassment to our military action all of these are most formidable and the enemy can still impose them on The then is in the vulgar an By protecting their health in the coming GOOD goods are difficult to but we have and at a moderate thanks to our superior buying VALUE IS THE KEYNOTE OF OUR NEW FALL And nowhere does this apply more strongly than in our several childrens And never have we been better prepared to meet your childrens COMPARE FROM THE CHILDRENS Ready to Wear Department Is reploto with such a dainty and serviceable array of Per haps you have experienced some difficulty in former seasons in securing just what you wanted for tlin little Not so this fall if you visit Tho and the prices economy may be effected WE HAVE BEAUTIFUL LITTLE COATS in such a as for Burella Invisible in all the desirable at prices ranging from THE RANGE OF CHILDRENS DRESSES in Serge andVelvet Is undoubtedly the beat we have ever have them in all sizes from2 to 14 und at prices ris ing step by step according to from Another very useful item in the childs wardrobe is a NAVY SERGE We have one of a splendid quality and beauti fully kilted in sizes 12 ant Theabove atv only a few of the many lines we COIVIE ArTtf SEE THE OTHERS MOTHERS Do you make your own childrens clothes You can bring REAL ECONOMY to bear and our piece goods section is in a position to help you inthe variety it has to Offer and equally as important in the HXTRA STRONG VALUES we can place before Here are just a few ex and they are values we are justly proud BLANKET CLOTHS in red and navy for fall and winter 54 inches At prices from to BOYSFALL SUITS Never before have we stocked such a comprehensive range of these goods nd at such a moderate price Amongst others we would specially mention a Boys Corduroy Suit for the littlp ones from 4 to 6 years It comes In colors Navy Blue and and is priced at to according to MACKINAW ami to 1 yards will make a coat for a child from 5 to 7 years These are all in beautiful plaid effects and In all 54 inches Ranging in Price 54 INCH WIDE BLANKET WEAVE AND CHEVIOT CLOTH for elttier suits or coats in burgundy and There are no two lengths alike in these m to DONT FORGET THEIR HOSIERY Very hard to procure this season for the average But we are In a very fortunate having bought early So you may reap the One line only have we space to mention from among our tremendous but it certain ly IS worth a place in this LITTLE DARLING HOSIERY in sky and Prices Per 55c to 75c KEEP THEIR FEET WARM Nothing is so and you can In sure this by utilizing The Bay at a cost unapproachable CHILDRENS BUSTER BROWN BOOTS made of stout gunmetal and box with chrome leather sole and Button Sizes 8 to GIRLS BUSTER BROWN BOOTS 1n patent box calf and buttoa guaranteed to he absolutely solid Sizes 11 to BOYS BUSTER BROWN made of heavy gunmetal 1 and will stand any amount of hard Sizes 2 to MISSES CLASSIC FOOTWEAR in gun patent leather and box calf bluch ers also In kid and in buttoned patent with cloth Veryneat and stylish AH one Sizes8tolOV2 Sizes 11 to JUNIOR TOPPER COATS Very warm and serviceable is tKa Junior Topper Coat In tweeds and is trimmed with a velvet and made for boys from 5 to 8 years Prices to according to VALUE IS THE KEYNOTE OF OUR NEW FALL GOODS so bad in fact that we are compelled to ask if the measures that have end ed the submarines as menace can be expected to put an end to it alto at least so greatly ham string you can hamstring a creature that has no hind its depredations can be expected to be negligible To answer this question Involves examining how the efficiency of the submarine in fact been halved during the last 12 Wo can then judge any or all of the methods employed bear In them selves tho hope of a complete and rad ical cure of this ghastly Tho antisubmarine campaign may be divided into two One con sists of measures of in terposing between tho submarine and its intended with a view to de fending that victim by sinking or threatening to sink Hie The othor consists of measures of of either methods of find ing the submarine whim at large and then pursuing it till k Is destroyed or methods if the submarine tries to get to will automatically block his or finally stopping It from putting to Tho first in volve the tactics of the sec ond tho tactics of The tactics of defence are made up as follows 1 The convoying of ships by de trawlers and sub 2 The arming of merchant Tho careful storing of so that whips when hit remain The tactics of offence consist of 5 DincoveriiiK tlie submarine by aircraft or hydrophone and then run ning it down by destroyers and an nihilating it by depth 0 Stalking submarines at night when they have to como to the surface to recharge their 7 Tho maintminiifo of mine bar rages across rnutes which submarines miiBt take to to their fluid of op 8 Tho of the Imsos from which the submarines 1 Of tho first the roost ef fective historical prucodent should be a guide to most obvious is to grpup the ships to attack Into ayuavlf ojis iS9nijlb8m through tho danger tho convoy vessels possessing fie right urmument for iealiug with 35 KILLED IN TORNADO AT 1YLER thirty and thirtyfive persons were kill ed and more than 100 others injured by the tornado which struck Tyler about 10 oclock last night and tore the town to pieces In a Twenty seven bodies have been A tornado torn through the heart of the sparing only one a motion picture theatre in which 200 persons were Tho greatest loss of life WUH In a IQiKli tean persons were in tho place when tho brick walls Sixteen were killed und tho other two were seriously EGGS FOR PRESERVING USE MUST BE BEYOND Eggs preserved when they are abun dant and cheap means a supply next winter when they may reach extreme ly high Late summer is not too late pre serve but care must be taken that they are strlcly Two mehods of preserving eggs are recommended by and the speed and haiilinens that will iiuiblo them to usn that armament with tho required ii The lass effective and theoretically infer ior measure of defence is to arm the merchant ship itself This measure is technically be caujfi the gun not tho oent wrmpon t j fiKalnst the fur U less effective when carried in u slow than In a rapid It in theoretically because it itads to a dispersion of that is HI No passive defence against tor hat is protect ng by nets or has bean found which can make u hit tliough much has been ine in finding ways of so stowing curso that ships will Icoep nfloat after bain iv camouflage at Ume is protec tive IJy preventing tho suhmnrlno soe iiiK merchantman until it too lisle to manoeuvre into a favorable position for In a future article I will doal with tin nuriUiim of and With thn most suitable und then proceed to the of tho Watch Fridays Herald for partic ulars of Short Notice Auction Waaaiugtons Auction Waterglass I 1se 1 quart of sodium silicate to 9 Quarts of water that has been boiled and Place the mixture In a 5 gallon crock or This will be suffi cient to preserve 15 dozen eggs and the quantity needed to preserve a lar ger number of eggs will bo in propor select a 5gallon crock and rlaan it after which it should be scalded and allowed to heat a quantity of water to the boiling point and allow it to when measure out 9 quarts of place in the and add 1 quart of stirring the mixture place the eggs In the solu Be very careful to allow at least 2 Inches of the solution to cover the place the crock containing the preserved eggs In a dry well covered to prevent paper covered over and tied around the top of the crock will an swer this When water glass cannot be obtained the following method may be used in Many consider this meth od entirely though instan ces are known in which eggs ao pre served have tasted slightly of Ulme Dissolve 2 or B pounds of unslaked lime In 5 gullona of wateV thai has previously been boiled and allowed to and allow the mixture to stand until the lime sattlea and the liquid is Place fresh eggs Jn a clean earthenware jug or keg and pour the clear limewoter into the vessel until the eggs are At least 9 Indies of the solution should cover the top layer of Sometimes a pound of salt Is used with the but experience has shown that in general the lime with out salt is more CLOSECSJSULATE OFU1PE1ROCRAD the Bolahevlkl government declar ed a state of war exists between Russia and the United Consul Imbrie hae lowered the United States flag over the con sulate at closed tho consulate and placed tho affairs of the United States In charge of the Norwegian Americans in of whom there have been warned to leave tho country by the Their houses were ono of them la under arrest and Is In hid LISTEN TO THIS SAYS CORNS LIFT RIGHT OUT NOW You reckless men and women who are pestered with corns and who have at least once a week invited an awful death from lockjaw or blood poison are now told by a Cincinnati authority to use a drug called which the moment a few drops are to any the soreness is relieved and soon the entiro root and lifts out with the It is a sticky ether compound whUch dries the moment it is applied and simply shrivels the earn without In flaming or even Irritating the sur rounding tissue or It la claimed that a quarter of an ounce of freef one will cost very little at any of tha drug but ia sufficient to ones feet of every hard or corn or You are further warned that ting a corn is a suicidal ;