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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 23, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE STX THE LET1IBB1DGE DAILY HERALD AUGUST word hardly sufficient lo describe liui toe difference between mertaliowed crop and stubble was amply demonstrated on CDC 3e Safe Think at Ibe germlad ea yoursVin and clothes must come into contact with every Tfccn remember that there is a spteodid antiseptic LIFEBUOY HEALTH ISA Use Lifebuoy for the the thft end the Its abundant tntiseptie Oder vnnishcs niter EStlNCtS Bg land at the other grew the it The stubble a good hut will yield Hbout W The summerfallow iroi will yield or at least It is very so heavy that it k dllllcutt to wade ihrough The party were then taken up to roars ot thunder and V downpour The storm broke over the town at exacuv it pracil cally passed In twflvp bu in that short period a record for de struction lial been acconipllshcd am the storm was certainly the wors ever experienced In this The Stom The course of the storm was almos ft GBi OH tentative of hoth sides being present This he could be easlU He also objected to any of fleer being allowed to carry aroun for days and weeks open bags ion taining bags b sealed at the close of every pollio After some other discussion Mi Doherty notices of a couple o amendments which may to some ox tent satisfy the Oneprr vlHes thatin Canada the deputy pr Biding officer shall give the scrutineer notice and hat outside Canada h shalldo EO whenever it is At a late amendment wa adopted making provision for labf candidates on the ballot A Bother amendment accepted provid Uiat ballots shall be marked by th voterin the presence of the presidin officer and the Oeputy scrutineers mlhtari electors acting in their stea Situation Ays the commo Eponled to the rf quest by Knowlos tlCll laKCLl uy Illy Mutual VI aiuiiu eestfarm which is the main Noble I directly from west to commenc ra and where ono gels a good Idea ius in the vicinity of Longvlevv i what Mr Noble Is doing in the varthe west and going to Brant or fur js line of experiment with seed ther In the the jus ops and so The were about the dead centre of the s lorn through this and into wbkh Is estimated at abou 8 175 square and a this poin was perhaps the most Til chief loss In town was occasioned h broken which are numbirc in the the punrture of ai most every roof of the felt and rubber htu luluis11 j where the ladies old of the wu served the party with refresh ents ot tho most As e man of the party at the sk ot a divorce from his This the best cake 1 ever and th all due respect to iheir own remark was ap ied bv alltee men of the party to egood things that were provided who was in charge of the arty from and Mar och made a few thanking be xobleford people lor their enter and Noble on the residents of tlie wel oraed the and said he was lad they could see what lha farmers Some women hoW o the iUa that breadmak ing is a long and difficult but this is for with Royal sweet bread can be made in a Jew hours with but liltle FREE Boril lot oikiaibttid rolls Stud nine lai clmly wtillta 4ca mil nlcitle little milled WtMWIKG respective homes on j Mooro of accom panied by her little son has jeeu the guest for several days ot Glllespis and her sis Miss McKinnon is a Calgary vlsllor at A fine colt belonging to eMaa8 Plncher lawu was visited hy n violent social under theausplces of Red early Sunday morning Cross was held on Tuesday afternoon which cauio Irom the souiueasi ami at the residence of Passed uver the Summervlew lawn was prettily lighted with Chinese lanterns in the The brass band played several also inus1 Jackson and Em bu Rro for oflieinl instruct kind and consequent damage by the Iloodof water which into tlie homes and business larger the buildings and the more windows the greater was the dam Astoria and Oxford hotels hat myslerious organization ot restless unskilled laborers raptdl Astoria mm VAIUHI spreading throughout North AiuerKa suffered to the greatest In i are causing some alarm In dineren the firstnamed IS windows were broken and the roofs on both hotels almost totally and this is the condition wllh many blocks and the district weri doing in the way f right The party were then taken west to he Mountain View from where splendid view of the country be vveen there and Lethbridge could be a section dotted with crops u stook and sunimerfallowed fields eady for here the party passed through the ionarch a prosperous settle uent of industrious hence Some Fine Farms Some of the finest farms in the vest were seen during the On he way out the layden and Thackaberry farms were Patterson bought a half section from Xobte last year and has a splendid All these far mers have good crops this ThacSaberry last year had 70 bushels an acre on his On the way home the Mc Koble and Meibach farms were farms presented sighls that gladdened the Noble Farm Statistics Vegetation a Foliage was beaten Ironi the trees and which now have a skele ton gardens were lev flowers vegetables were ground to a even the grass ou the roadsides the vacant iuu was closely The damage in the town is diffi cult to bill It does not I commence to compare with he loss antl I sustained in the area I described covers one o the best farm ing sections in the district indeed not in the and the beautifu fieiis which yesterday gave promise of a record crop now a desolate The complete destruction hy hal cannot at all be comprehended unti witnessed the loss of grain cro alone can be conservatively estimat ed at from to bushels and In money the loss may be a two million Everything Everything in the course of the d Inge ha artsof southern Reports q ctlvity come to the city from Vj where they have been endeavor ng to tie up harvesting operations a iis critical Across the line the W hay jade much tieins up gra perations and going even Au horlties there seem to have llttl doubt but that the are Ennn ed bv German The methods adopted about Vulca re very similar to he more moderat methods across the These men decline to work them and endeavor to keep other from The Vulcan fanne are offering 4 per day for stooke and for Some of these men have declined 9 per The Noble this year has nearly acres in crop oh its var ious farms The big organization is more of a succesVthis year than crop and pastures and the window and buildings in the broken and Hail insurance was carried to some considerable er year than d u s in the loss anization Noble has built pODJBQ tO ItiC itqucai uj o Moose Jaw fora statementotthe lie loyal support by his situation In Canada with particuwhole office to the needs for he apworkmen and aL To these paysa great cres of Wheat on summer SGCO cres of wheat on spring 5TO acres bats on spring DO acres rye on 235 cres flax on spring plowing 150 cres 40 acres making total of 0777 acres under To give some idea of the enormous expense the foundation is Noble quoles following figures Lotal expenses for one Thefeare250 horses The cost of feeding1 one horse is 50 cents a making an eipense of 5125 a day for horse There are 150 men with an actual cash outlay for food of 6 cents apiece making a total proaching Beszld that Canadas production of coal last years was thir teen million tons while our impor tations were about Canada also imported tons of anthracite Antiirarlie stocks are low and this year addi tional tons would be Turn Ing to the United Slates Sir George ex pressed that while production is In creasing so are the demands because ct the changed conditions dne the After explaining activities o the fuel controller Sir George said that H was altogether likely both the Unit States and Canada will have to be put on rations in regard to coal sup The use of coal might have to he In some measure restricted to th industries while the rai suiaii lnjury to has been re The case is that of young lad who was caught oh the road team of horses and heavy and and head were cut and bleeding and his bands were terribly swollen LIVING UP TO THE PART On Sunday last the held a meeting in the Vulcan park and de cided on a plan of Their destructive work has been In prevent ing laborers from The threatened to the printing plantfof the was fearless enough to The a meeling and Dunsmuir decidedPlo Xal gary to get f jmfnvSonleVof he on the same trainfen Monday night and threatenedHb throw him off if didnt get didnt get offi to He succeeded in getting1 a number pf men from here Some of men have been hang ing about the office of pro vincial and spread ing heir pernicious gospel ainong mei seeking employmenL We can thefarmers pay our price or make them leave their grain on the ground was one of the expressions overheard usl outside of Grants Granl rer ports that 25 men arrived from Se attle Monday night and booked tor the south leal numbers rendered by Mcsdanics and Iss and littlo Laura Everyone preseul seemed a gOOtl tlniuuud jUtlCE as done the excellent Donald Thomson presented the oclety wltli a huge vegetable mar Mr product ot hla own garden lilch was put up for a guessing con sL won the prize nil then pill it up for was el ted Little Laura turned in Ihe amount she collecled for nglng her These amounts add d to tne general proceeds brought tolal lo The officers are to all who assisted in any to rnako tho effort a and specially io Doctor and Gilles ie who not only loaned their beautt horne hut did everythingpossible o Constable Jones ol tho P bunded In another case of infringe nent ofthe liquor and It fell to he lot of Dapper of the King Ed ward notel to step forth and pay a Ine of and costs on Friday Marntlgny from the pass will ake up his residence and commence to practice here In the near His office will be In the build ing formerly occupied by McRoberts who has been lolldaying for the past month at Xew returned on Fri day lasL After an absence ot over ten years R Lindsay returned to his old home in the east this While away he expects to visit Ottawa and other points in tiat part of ho coun The Lebel which was burned n couple ol years Is being rapld iy rebuilt and promises to he better ban and Campbell ot Moose and and Campbell merson Aliisou returned from their camping trip ou Sunday and ever since have been filling their friends iip on Tlie towusiKuyiii who altuuded ho Lethhrldge all report au enjoyable Preserving and fly sesson Is now la nil swing in this As a result of the recent rains tho potato crop Is going to be excellent In districtAH we need nov is a good oicn fall ii insure a bump1 crop of this very necessary art tele ol Pclletier and Miss Dolly Pelielicr on Sunday for Calgary Marquis and the Misses who have been holidaying at the Lakes havo returned home THECANADIAN of COMMERCE SR EDMUND CV H OxnL Mimacr x A SIR JOHN Upt of Central Wtttem CAWTAL PAID T RESHCVE INDIVIDUAL SAVING IS ONE OF THE GREATEST BULWARKS OF THE Commence today opening a savings v 23W account Lethbriclge Mgrj and Children of who have leeif the guests of and Slater of returned to INSTANT ACTION SURPRISES MANY HERE This grocers story surprises local people I had bad stomach All food seemed to sour and form Was always Nothing help ed until 1 tried buckthorn glycer as mi xed Adle ONE SPOONFUL astoninshed me with Its INSTANT Because Adler1ka flushes the ENTIRE alimentary tract relieves ANY CASE sour stomach or gas and prevents ap It has QUICKEST action of anylhlng we ever Hig Lelhj AUCTION SALE THE UNDERSIGNED WILL SELL BY PUBLIC AUCTION AT HIS FARM THE N W QUARTER OF THREE MLES N6RTH XND 5 MILES WEST OF AND 314 MILES SOUTH OF On AUGUST AT The Following Stock and to wit grey ose weight 1700 lus 1 bay age weight ICoO 1 grey weight 500 une weight 1200 both mores have foal at side grey weight 1305 1 black 15 months old 1 6mlikinsi 1 IS months old 2 steer i and D Adams running gear only 1 Deer cutthree crops Dcering disc harrow drag 2i new 1 Van Brunt 20 double disc 12 inch stubble 1 pair breaker bottoms 12 inchlstone boat 1 stock water tank 1 1 Visitsmith consisting of anvil and vice 1 Magnet cream separator 2 sets work last fcums of uader O4 cish and half November 1st on approved discount on sums paid all ri LUNCH AT NOON ROBLIN Owner V PODOUL Clerk less Yoj talk a good deal since youve been my wife thinks Im 1 1 the smartest man and have to mighty careful what HER MEAN FRIENDS you refuse to be married on Are you aiiperslitious but a lot of my girl friends and they would say I only consented to a Friday wedding because It was my last would be asked to socalled or dinate their services as to use a mini mum amount of An appeal would also be made to the general public lo exercise Frank Oliver wanted to make a suggestion to the minister of trade and commerceas lo how ha situation In Alberta should with but Speaker Rhodes thought he would be so at that stage in the i EmmariueX Devllnof inquir of tho ministerof justice as to progress being made in the establishing oftribunals In connection with ho military service Doherty replied that some general progress was being had to runtll the governorgeneral gavo his assenL may I wiftrn Mr Plaitbn was pointed secure Iriformatfon from raembers and arrange for tlie as bound hy he con Elllulion so o had secured assur ance from his excellency the governor general that such assent would be giv Rhodes suggested that the question should be put on the order The question ia one of great public The speaker that the question was one which should be placed on the order SrOiiS OF WAR LiEutenant captured forty seven Germans during that tne Miss oreen me And are you allowed to keep all cen a Noble says thai hslotal cost for food per man per day is at least Ji including the pro duce that Is grown on the There are binders running al together al an average cost of 200 making if total tor binders of The Lethbridge parly was organized under direction of Arthur chair man of tlie entertainment committee of the board of and was a suc z The Security Trust Company Umited 211 8TH OFFERS 5 per bonds ot the Government of the Province of dated 1st In ot J500 and TO YIELD INVESTOR PER Correspondence RUGS CARPET SPECIALS can you manage on ybur anriy Phil The I do a lot Ltf writing The kind of writing letters la Special o the IIbraid Plncher bright young life from the Jlountaln Mill neighborhood has goiie M a sac rifice for The sad Intelligence was received by friends of Owen of Cran tirook that her hrolher Jack Gaunl had given his lifo for the great 1rlvats Gaunt went with a Western battalion and was serious ly wounded last recovered his wounds and went hack lo week Owen received word from her siaier who resides in Eng land that her brother Jack was critic ally and three days Inter a cable gram arrived announcing his From his early boyhood Private Gaunt lived In the Mountain Mill community he left many friends who feel the nova loathinost and atthe same time thrill wllh pride at the thoughts of their brave boy Before enlistment Ihe young soldler tho owning a ranch about west ol l you AUCTION SALE OF HORSES AND CATTLE On August 24th AT 1 OCLOCK SHARP At Hie Lelhbridge Sale nnd Feed tccrn 8 and 9 years weight 2800 i 7 years weight 1100 1 6 year weight 1200 1 weight 1200 1 5 years weight 1400 1 gelding 7 ytfri wehh 1300 jtldlng 7 weight 1100 1 6 and 7 years 2400 These horses oro all broken and good to years Sunrise Gold the Sire of his horse Is Imported from anil he has proved sure foal Also LAFFAYETTE Jel Wack In a nolcd slock get He left very fine About M head of 20 balance fa mixed year old slecrs and 1 year steers and These afe all hfghgrade stock and will he WAGONS AND and 2 SECONDHAND SEWINO MACHINES In good 1 coo TERMS INLAID LINOLEUM You have been walling for just such news as Two patterns of Scotch Inlaid Linoleum One In brown and one In a gray yr per yard FOK KITCHENS We have a choice selection of clean looking artistic little Send us the slz3 of your rooms and we will cut and match tfl 7 C your goods to Per Lineal yard t CONGOLEUM RUGS FOK DIN ING KOOMS We stock all sizes of ho famous Cougoleuin Art Hugs in a variety of haslii and Size feet il 9x12 feet at STAIR CAIUETS Two beautiful designs In Stair Carpet clearing at per These goods well worth double under present market Other goods of tapestry and Brusscll Blair CC por yard upwards from UJC ciAKPKT SQUARES We havo Just opened out another consignment of carpet squires that we wore forlunato to oLlain the All SZKS stocked from 6ix9 to 3x12 at prices ranging All biztJS SIOCKCU iruin also carry a large line Japanese Art Malting and Stair and Hall Ciiniict Jute Hugs and Boor in fact everything in the way of floor coverings A Visit to Our Floor Covering WILL CONVINCE YOU THAT WE HAVE JUST WHAT YOU ARE LOOKING BAWDEN HOME FURNISHERS ;