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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 25, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta IJRTHBRIDtjE DAILY HERALD PAGE ELEVEN Krumbles is notonly a satisfying food but it is also nutritious and KRUMBLES all whole of Durum coolced krumbled and delicately A dishful of KRUMBLES with good milk or cream n a square meal in admir ably balanced food for young and Go easy with Uie the mole you chew KRUMBLES the sweeter it Alberta f MariitobC Farm Trift uftdertigned jlhe following which must be realized on enable them to close up the Restates under their and the beneficiaries are to accept 1 for a quick turnover reasonably low figures for the properties vpared actual values 5066 acres south of on the famous Milk with the Milk River running through fenced andicross A1 for mixed farming and Excellent build Large area under mag niflcent pasturages and hay 400 acres or the only Easy PARCEL 6 sections open undulating prairte near A larjje proportion of which has already been broken and cultivat ed soil of the elevator close at Acquired at per Will sell for quick turnover at PARCEL 2403 acres with larfie about 800 acres crop landj excellent close to the famous city of Location lo market and elevatcr quite con Soil of the Our close valuation per For quick sale will sell for j PARCEL 640 acres near in the famous Red River Splendid house and Alt the land surnmsr fallowed andTready for Soil biack clayloam of thft valuation an For quick turnover will sell for PARCEL acres suitable for convenient to A oer Another acres near Alberta j at per FURTHER DETAILS ANY THESEPROPERTIES FORWARDED ON The Standard Trusts Company 346 MAIN STREET MANITOBA The Appearance Bathroom and Kifchen IG decided the skill which new plumbing Is Installed or old plumbing Your future convenience also depends on this can point with pride to many plumbing jobs we have which reflects credit on We can do as satisfac tory work for you tei Walker HEATING AND GASFITTINQ Phone 521 4th or Helfferloh during llio delate Lcforo ho main of tho atd the real reason Great on ercil Iho war was that Germanys rade In 1917 presumably would have eached tho level pi the trade ot Great This tho vlceeUaiicellor Is the result ol tension created by the act that Great Drltaia was constantly eeling the glaring and increasing dls wportlon between her superior world and naval power and Germanys in creasing economic One ought clearly to rccognlio that Ireat Britains object was our econo mic To abandon oneself 0 any Illusion Jii this respect wMitd be HeHferlch lepudialed as unjus Ged the reproach that he ever made any prophecies respecting Iha effici ency ot the German submarine war he I leave to 3reat Britains Lloyd Georges statistics in his latest speech are mere H the British pre mier contrary tohla declarations In now draws a favorable picture of Iho It certainly iias not become more proves first that public feeling in Great Britain urgently needs to bo comfprtedj and second that Lloyt George considers necessary up on public Thisimpression is b the that Pirem let Lloyd Georges words can only Jje explained by Itll operates the American In Jash on lac western froiil with ai Immense concentration men am This menace is not so much on landor in the airas It is intho The opinion shared by Mr Lloyd that TmeVeather Is par iTcularly favorable for Uboat acUvitj is a mistaken Smooth seas lulls In the wind are very disagree German especially in view of the enemys extensive mea regarding aircraft in partfcu r The navigation of ships under es cort obstructs the ofUboats o hut it alsoinvolves consider able disadvantage for the Ing to the fact that such a flotilla I unhandy and has difficulty in eludin thb submarine attack As traific sinking of will probably decreasegra Today the sinking of a sh means more to the British than it cli at the beginning ofthe Uboat cam Tiie statements of our imva staff respecting the tonnage resource jot Great Brltaiu may regarded a 1 PICTURE BTITTE From Our Own CorrcspondenP Picture has commenced in thia Hohbs starting yesterday on his own la tho record for early threshing In tills Moat of the grain fa and if the holds all crops should lXJ cut by the end of next both fd thtsdlytrlct and In the iron Burlnga On Thursday the Sun day school and Blblci class are hold ing a farewell social to comiiicuOt at 8 Oclock to bid goodbye to John school also Sunday scfiool who Is leaving to the call of king and coun Everybody is given a hearty A REMARKABLE RECORD The Alberta Ladies College ofRed now carrying on its work In Agslniboia University ol Alber isone of the newer schools in the for girls only but during the flve yaaraIthos heon in has achieved a nnlaWe so ar as the record of its stu dents Is concerned In Grades and It boasts a 100 record of passes for students writing on de partmental examinations In tho pub lic and high school and 87 in all i Dunham has received the fo lowing letter from Lyle o the voicing ap precialion of what the people Lelhbrldge did for them August 1317 Mr Dear latlons on Lelhbridge guess allyourexpectatlons and hope were Lethbrldge proved conclusively tha she had s right to claim credit fo pioneering the Uominlon Chautauq1 The managementat tho talent who nick Miss Stout and all unite 1 saying Uua Lethbrldgo was the big gesl the Dorotnlo Everyone wa was at Lethbridge has a very kindl reeling for the people Your crowds proved to you thn they endorsed the move I enjoyed working with you neop and li op a that another year it may b my pleasure to have o my Wo aro all Diitfht proud of Lelhbrldge and her enfe prising and public spirited citizen who made Chautaunna No do we forget what a debt of gratltnd we owe you personally for your un tiring efforts in behalf ot Lcthbrldg With best regards lo all taurjiia friends and best wishes fo next years I Very sincerely A new legal firm has been forme in the Hogg and Jamlasbn entering fl Hogg has been in practice in tho cl for somq having come here fro Carmaogayi whero ho enfer He Is a popular young mem her of the Jamieson has oh recently boon admitted to practic The new firm will have offices In t Ernpress theatre block where J Hogg has been located for some tlm CRANE TOPPLED OVER aii Me trie crane hacked into anoperiswltc n the Canadian AUIsChalmers ya yesfcnlay and toppe4 liar a IMS so bad Infared that Jnf Clionfi Luii received severaf fractal ribs and Injured buck but 1 to ss PHONE 1224 and George U Mackay and tldren returned yesterday afternoon om the The Art Nccillework club meci th 514 7th 011 Mou The ladles aid of the railed church ill hold a meeting on Aug t at 3 oetoeks In tbe Charles Grant of the acdonaUI has returned from an tended stay in Jr IlobertBoa and children Salt Lake who have brcn Hie ol and Hobcrtj lor the summer left this morning r their The Major Jack Ross have bought a supply of woo r socka which will be given out to nyone desiring to knit socks tor tlm Information as to where to talu wool may bo obtained by tele honing Tho young peoples ilible class of ie United church held their regular lonthty evening isl Thcj Qungjpejiof llie classhail charge ol ie social part ottnereyeniugs jro ramand an enjoyabie nie was spent yesterday Me entertained Informally at the ea R RiDavnlsori and Kingpresided n thetea able wnich was decovfttcd with sweet eaa in a silver Dorothy lenlley and Miss Gladys Downer as The ladiesof Hardlevllle met last Saturday evening to organize a ladies Burns of Knos church president of the allies aid of lim United were iresent and gave helpful The allowing officers elected Presi Coitus Kellett Camp lell Sid Hopkins vis tors Wright and hefirst meeting will be held nest Thursday afternoon at m Ihc Dupen of the Ilarnoi coal las eft tor Toronto tur an indofmito Oliver ud tliiMreu have returned from a visit of several wck3 at Peacock and Ray Knight and jiariy Ivll this morning by motor for Glacier The ladies of the United cuunlv arc holding an ice cream social on Tues day evening at on the lawn ot the Miss Phyllis Hlglbolham and Mur iel and Mary have turned from WaUrton vrhers they have spent tho past two On the marri age took place In Vcsley church 01 Benjamin Orvillc Heimett anil MES Gertie both ot The ceremony was performed by c At Wesley church on August 13th the marriage took place of Miss Dora Grove ot and Elmer Bovau of me Miss Rachel qienuenning and M niUrffri KynocliVboth of reremarried at on at the home of the James Glen clenntngV by Aftfi spending a sliort tht and Kynocrh wil return to the city to take up their re RED CROSS if ty The following Isa record of work done by Mrs Sinister and Mar chant for the Tied n nurse aprons 7 pairs bed 24 pillow 30 S pairs surgica We regret that through an error this splendid record of worl was not through on regular monthly report San San to flay says Vis Kwai and Okucbl of passed through night on their wayto from where they at the suggestion of Pope Benedict and a ngh United States secret con erencea between representatives oE he allied entente nations previous to he publications of the popes recent Viicount Okuchi to have issued thfs statement When the United declared var the first tUinEthat In the uppefJioHse Japan jililyvbtJi seethe and ourael ivhile this dlsflusalon that a message was aiycifrom Rome that ac bo other England is Adverse o attend the All the allieswere I am tm ibte to give lie names jbfthose who as It was underslood that ull secrecy was to surround the meet smce the pjope has made public his which was out ilned at our I presume It Is a mere matter of that kept the European papers IromTpubllshing the news of our having met before the I have no quot ed as saying that England appeared adverse to a peace settlement at the present 1 am afraid that the peaco propos als will not achieve the object hoyjd for Ly the I see no objcctio to saying that France nad very muc the same as England as fa as the conference was As to what Japan would requir in of Tcan hardly say aii thing uufler present leaving Rome we vlsitcl tli front in We were overwheln ed by the enormity of the bringwith us affirm conviction tlia tho uerniaas cannot hold out muc HUN REPLY TO ARGENTINE admiralt jier wireless has r plied to the Argentina note whit demanded compensation for tl torpedoed Argentina ship and pledge from Germany that she wou abstain from torpedoing Argentina ve sels in the It is officially a iipunccd from Berlin that German demands b amtcable seltl WE pFiEK ALBERTA Dated 1st 1st Jnlerest 1st February and 1st able Toronto and New York at and accrued yielding Ilonds delivered free any es penseLat youjvlocal ortelephony ItimeUiate ly at our expense for your re McLtod I Phone 4343 21S3 Cleans in the HardtoreacK Old Dutch is the most thorough cleanser as well as the quickest and easiest to on Page School Opening Items Featued Next Week Academic Public nml High School Depart mental and M articulation OM AflLLEGE Commercial Bookkeeping Stenography Typewriting Sclenca ALBERTA HighClass Residential and Day College for Boys and Young Men Expression Dramatic Art Physical 1 Fine Paint Metal and Young FALL TERM commences September Write for Calendar and College Then you retain all the Je g licious get the exquisite discover yff hbo fi SWEET CLOVER BRAND HAM if CWr 50 Afferent fiom just S IB Alberta Ladies College of Red Deer ASS1NIOOIA HALL UNIVERSITY CAMPUS EDMONTON PHONE 3464 A High Class Residential School for Girls Only Public and High School Grades to VOCAL Typewriting and Bookkeeping Fine AH Painting on China and In Oils and r Water Physical Culture and Expression Fall Term Opens September 1917 SEND FOR CALENDAR Principal President Fall Opening DAY 4th NIGHT September ALL COMMERCIAL SUBJECTS TAUGHT BY THE MOST UPTODATE METHODS Wo havo had many more calls than could ill during the past particularly for young men who were ahnrl and anV in wldltipn had 4 eooa practical knoivledfe of book coming year Wo expect thU demand will he oven for both young and young owing to the fact thatfew will como from Ihe Jntted States In fact many yodng men win be returning to answer Iho call to the WRITE OR PHONE FOfo GARBUTT BUSINESS COLLEGE BUSINESS V RESIDENCE PHONE 1W1 411 EIGHTH STREET LETHBRIDOE d t i ;