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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 23, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta IT IS IN DANGER THE exalted but It in grMt Admiral Von the German foreign secre told a conference of German Journalists In according to tfte Bologne He nked them to cooperate with After in what high ee 1 Hem he held the the admir al said The the preee and Me nation mutt hold together with ono win the If these do net hold together we ahall bo i poet of foreign secretary Is by BO OMMU deelrafcle All objec ttons I had made to my appointment fore and I have undertaken I am not tack a bowed head or RABBIT IS GOOD Sold by til Draft Oroccrt and General show the greatest the gentlemen of the You will hear nothing but facts from but I cannot always glto all the The entire truth at certain times does not but harms the public I am not at all concerned regarding attacks either on my person or against the Imperial I am merely con cerned with our Our cause is an exalted but It is in great dan I therefore call on you to co The foreign secretary then had confidential talk with the newspaper who represented the most Im portant papers in THE NEW EXCLUSIVE 4Queen Quality GARMENTS FOR FALL Are Here Ladies DRESSES AND COATS You are invited to see Thaell Custom Tailor 608 Third A FIN EFLEMISH DOE BRED IN One of the Hutcves at the Dominion Experimental rabbit breeding has recently been where It p customary to think of rabbits as being the pets of children rather than of but just lately they have been nibbling their way into the adult world on the plea of being sec ond lieutenants of Food Controll ers of the Allied Having presented themselves in this people are inclined to study them from a new angle and to con sider Madame Bunny more in tlie light of than a childrens Europe found out long ago that rabbit was wholesome with the result that it has been in general use many We have been mor conservative about it on this contin chiefly because rabbits have not been bred to any extent and we lacked the firsthand acquaintance and famil iarity with them that would have made them It is all a matter of We are not used to having rabbits on our tables in whereas in Britain it has long been considered more or less of a deli And to give it the piquancy of a 1918 war there is a lady in Lon don Lady whose latest joy and pride is a ribbatry right in the in the The Dominion Ex perimental Farm recently started to breed with excellent In Montreal a number of women have taken up as an individual business and as a form of war Hamilton has been showing espe cially keen interest in the rabbit ques and at the Peerless Rabbit Houses there are nearly John of that Secretary of the Canadian Hare and Rabbit Soci has recently enlarged his moun tain and reports that a great many men and women have started out to breed The case of what a returned soldier did in England is an evidence of how rapidly they and how easy it is to care for He interested him self in rabbits and worked away in his spare with never an inch of yard or garden and only one small The result was that since he has raised When the management of the factory in which he worked decided to include rabbits in its selfsupporting this man was puf in charge of the rab bitry with 100 does and bucks to start It is estimated that this winter heart of the West where she from the original one hundred there caters to rich and poor alike from the picturesque cover of a mauve overall and a barrage of hutches filled with all kinds and classes of Beforelhe war Lady Decies was one ot the leading specialists in Pekingese in a palatial the West End foregatheredto 3uy itspet This skme establishment has n6w been transformed Aiio remark able rabbitry bunnies are at reasonable prices Diiehess es still but theiclientele has beenenlarged andsluBjdwellers haunt for the British meat coupon Is for more Vatbit than it is or She Tells Wi Why do The government asks to keep replies Lady My rabbitry is partly propaganda and partly a business I want everybody to know how easy it Is to keep rabbits healthy and com fortable in small I am also anxious later to teach wounded sol diers how to keep rabbits and how to make their Canada is beginning to be Interested ire Food Markets Saturday Specials Special Butter Values For this Weekend Extra Choice Creamery Butter per Very Fine Farmers Dairy Butter CHOICE PORK CHICKENS AND FOWL RB DOMINION MARKET 4TH ANP Ltd MAIN MARKET THIRP AVENUE SOUTH PHONES 412 AND 1388 PALACE MARKET THIRTEENTH STREET PHONE 431 will be at least 100 a week available for the canteen All they get in the way of food is with a cup of bran twice a week and a little milk for the mothers with young Great Foreign j tt would impossible to estimate exactly manpyabbjts are market and eaten in Cjfreat there a supply of the wild vari Before the not onlywere home wardens drawiTupoh for buf frOTa Ions impbrteSf from the froin Australia New In Holland and Belgium rabbits are common fare and rabbit breeding is very general especially on the smaller is regarded as the original common Euro pean While exactly the belle of her the Belgian hare surpasses all her sisters by reason of her edible qualities and the general excellence of her She is really a domes ticated form of the wild rabbit of Eur The Flemish rabbit is a cross be tween the Belgian hare and other At four months old a young Belgian hare should be ready for the and if it has been properly fed it will weigh six pounds or Despite the fact that the rabbit seems to be nibbling as eternally as the brook is she is really not at all fastidious and can be fed easily and She needs a diversity of vegetable and is quite adaptable to sudden changes of Multiply If pairing begins in February each doe may be expected to produce four litters a Belgian hares fre quently have litters of ten or twelve young but only six or seven of these should be The cooking of domestic rabbit is very the cooking of and the experi enced houswife will find it easy to An added source of income is to be derived by the rabbit breeder from the for war has interfered with the importations on this continent of rab bit fur from Europe Grey rabbits are dyed brown or black and become Baltic black fox or Baltic brown they become inland electric coast or near Many women could keep rabbits on the It is not the kind of thing that takes up all ones they are a more profitable backyard Investment than and are cer tainly less The youngsters should be encouraged to keep them as It is thriftless to ignore a source of food supply so full of interest and it is patri otic now to turn to rabbit keeping as an industry of potential national im The body of Torrance Do minion government mining recorder at was discovered In the waters below Whitehorse by an In Ho had lived for many years in j tho He hasrelatives in Vic and two sisters in Vermont He wan 45 and a native of i On a chargi of shooting with intent to commit Peterson was in district court at j Wustberg is the v k REAY ITH OUR FALL SHOWING i Womens and Misses Newest Coats Fine Blouses and Corsets RICH VELOUR COATS Shades green and ENGLISH AND SCOTCH TWEED to comfy coats for driving and hard All GIRLS WINTER COATS up to chinchilla and Sizes 8 to 14 HANDSOME COATS OF SEALETTE Salts guaranteed quality Silk fall deep convertible collar and belt all All SWELL ALASKA SEALETTE FUR TRIMMED up to Full satin Extra full deep collars of Hudson Chinchilla and Canadian NEW STOCKS OF BLOUSES In Georgette and Crepe de all the way up to We are also Showing Furs and Want You to See Them Early Capes and Animal Neck and Shoulder Pieces with Muffs to Made up from selected qualities we can guarantee to give satisfactory Hudson Baby Fox and x YOU WILL FIND OUR PRICES ARE LOWEST FOR BEST GRADE FURS as orders were placed almost a year ago and skins selected early so that our orders had first 1 Womens Fur Coats m THE GREATEST VALUES SHOWN THIS SEASON Womens dark full furred perfect wide sweep to 50 inches Made with shawl and deep Full silk Each Womens Novelty Fur Coats SMART STYLES FOR STREET WEAR Finest rat trimmed with ibeaver and Deep collars and Belted or plain at Beautiful silk Priced at up to Very Best Grade Hudson Seal Coat Deep rich quality selected well matched Long shawl collar and deep cuffs of Richest brocade silk Extra wide skirt and 45 inches Price V WE ARE FULLY PREPARED For a and winter trade with the right goods at right DONT BELIEVE Lessard Does Not Think Subs Can Get Much From do not believe the German under sea boats operating along the Atlantic Coast are securing any appreciable amount of information as to conditions In the Maritime said Major Gen eral acting officer command ing Military 6 and inspect or general for eastern who arrived hero last The majority of the Uboat com manders are men who were formerly employed in stripping activities on this coast prior to the he contin And this is one of the reasons why they impress our seamen with the Idea that they are well informed of military and in r A Good Guest I nuver believed that the Germans know tho number o officers on the Llandowy he They made a good guoss at that was Let us suppose an alien is working on tho water He has small chance in the first place se curing vital In the sec ond after securing how is he to transmit it We have charge of all the cables and wireless stations and notlvingr goes through without being It informa tion is going it is from men high er mun with whom WH rub should era every day of our lives and who are above The British are securing all the information they desire from Ger We know the type of submar ines they are turning out many of their military but how are we getting the information From Britishers in Not a blt of are from the traitorifto And theyare being Information they Major General Lessard said that suspicious characters in Nova Scotia had been kept under close WALK OUT IN PROTEST new in the way of a strike was staged in Montreal today when the students at the vocational training re turned who are being fitted for trades in civil walked out as a protest against the governments pol icy inregard to the pay of returned men who aro being trained In factor The men complained because the commission in charge of vocational training discourages manufacturers from paying soldiers who are undergo ing training In their During that period tho men are on pay ami allowance from the Thls is the policy that is being carried out all over The men further complain that they cannot get their pay regularly as they did when over seas where it was forthcoming once a week while here five weeks some tliiuw puss without being any About you won are affected by the DRY FARMING PRACTICES lu discussing the principles of dry farming at the Irrigation held at MotherweU spoke in part as follows The practice of stubble burning and stubble sound enough in some localities andfor a has about had its day and should be per mitted to pass quietly into There is no that the burning of stubble together with all top fibrous matter for the past 25 or 30 years htw had much to do with tho soils gradual increasing tendency to On the other sowing on espe cially on poor had the ef fect of encouraging and establishing perennial such as quack and similarly rooted dan poverty until they have become a positive and growing menace to the most approved dry farming Although fully 80 per of Sas katchewans open plains wheat has suffered severely from drought this It is generally admitted that the cow or more recent pre emption area suffers in this respect more frequently and more acutely than the remainder of the In view of it would appear ad visable to try out at least a portion of ones farm In the west and southwest country by summerfallowlng every other instead of once in three years or not at all as Is the custom with The fact that this dry area in 1915 not only made n record crop yield for Canada but for the wholo proves that it is highly pro But the occasional productivity tempts many to gamble on Its early recurrence with the result that when a dry year comes crop failure is the inevitable result on lands where a sufficient store of moisture has not been laid for a rainy day1 but for a dry lit districts where early autumn frosts occur the problem is more com plex and this additional factor must there be takeninto ;