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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 26, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta 20, 1018 riAH-T HKRMJ9 PAGE THREE THAT SON-IN-LAW OF PA'S Wellington SICK O1 HAVIN4 Dffr 5UY r REKKtt ME? IF I COULD ONtf QflT ourrt TOO. TvE BEEN KEEPMrftN ON HIH, rWH TAKE "WE vjHH'Hih WHEN HE HftSTWEN FRENCH M WONY JOADilDEFEM Aug. allied high command has great 'n the army and the tatett news from the front these will not be diiappainted, L'Heure. ,U declares that the BritUh.have obliged the Ger- TnanitaUio admit deteat. Marcel Hutiri, in the Echo De says that the" British ad- by local into large holes in the German lines. That the enemy has been unable to thwart thect says, proves the tremendous sup; eriority that the allies have gain-" ed-pv'er the Germans. Lieut. Colonel Fabri, in Oul, dey Hie Canadian'Pacific Railway it ;hoy will asslsl the railway by under- .at ing to plow fireguards atone the right of way. The regulations of tho Joartl HailwayCohimlsstoaers re- luire the ratlways-Ho plow a. sixteen loot guard on both sides ol the track. Ov.'ing to the; difficulty of securing abor the C, recently applied to .he-Railway Commissioners for per- mission to plow eig'ht foot-guards in- stead ol sixteen foot guaroVThe com- missioners suggested that the C: P.R consult the board of directors-of'-the y.F.A. on the matter. YoUr board aid iiot scl lie respbnsibi lily for such reduction, as' they wera not satisfied that Hie narrower .Kuart would serve the. purpose, but .offeree recommend ,to the .farmers of the province, through pur" aaslstjthe railways by accepting ivork m'plowing guards, '.The under which this work can be obtained from G, sunertolen U.P.Tl., Calgary. Resolutions For Convention. Locate desiring, lo submit reach: ---.-.------___tlons at tlie next annual conVentio'n School (llatricts.' officials-'of'lh ahonld send thesefl6 the central bfftc storm passed north and east of town last week and four (lid-some damage to three crops. i 'Joseph town was seT- erely" injured while leading one of his running, horses.' Weave glad-to re port that he Is progressing favorably the Tlnlon Bank staff arrived lufcnc from Manitoba on Wednesday last wbere he vi'as yisititg .-i .j, (i-teiidi: School-.Fair." ;Tbft; PrbyJncEalJ'Schu'ol.' of .Agrlcul (ure 1s- holdfn a.ttd bcfrig _., _. __ ,f the; hoys arid girls dlfferen .annual -fair' on Great in'lereat Is b: of bearing and nursing a.lamb.. On hand it must not be sup posed, that ali lliiu .owes'; be bred. It theyVhavo dull harsh fleeces, skins, a general run-down and unthrifty cdndHtqn, and poor teeth, due to old ago, they'sKould he disposed of .at, is contrary gooni the- .thin- ess may aUribuld to: the that the ewca have been" heavy lUkers and have raised of, tro'ngr thrifty, jlambs. Such ewes hould be and i? of apprpv- d type their ewe lambs should be elected in maintaining-'the floclc As a final point'in selection a, care- u] examination of may esult in further culling those likely o be unable, to raise their Iambi be- ause of defective udders. Farm Mutt Produce, More than ever, says the deparf- rient, farm'flocks are being calted n to contribute their full share lo he food and clothing of the country. t is for' this .reason that the pertpr- _jance of each ewe In Iamb aiifl. irod'uctions must be.Vnown. All ewes must pay their way. 'flock owner will cull his stock annually, as icre suggested, he will -have .good, in .Ivlduala -plus regular performance Vot only will this mean greater'pro fits, but It will be an assurance of.'ln creased supplies of mutton and .Woo o meet the Insistent demands of'-war consumption and will help --to- ward victory. school deserve'greal praise for the Work they, are'doing In connection with this fair, _ V After riOins a saddle horse for the last tweiity-fjve yearfi in hiR'business as' rancher, .Mr. Sltton of tho fllil ton ranch weH of here bag purchased Ford touring car from thtTln'cal deal- cry Joseph Workman. Sir. liatl guhranlced Mr. Sitton that on -i- count of hU great fenpwlfdgc of bucking hornes, He'win have no troii bie In keeping1 behind wheel.J the ON1HFRON1 Parla. Aug. Agency) appearance of Auslro-Hungarli "troops on the western (ronl did not nowRpipcrs whlch-riedare that the presence of I'ne AuatrUna be- Mod the German lines actually known for solera! -The use of AiistrlanS, at tho reqiieit.of Ger- many, Is declared to'be striking wroo] of the sorlouflneaa of the. enemy's sit- uation, i .The Petit Journal aays thau" Ihe Aiislrlnna Miptnrcd by tht Krcncli lie to Ihc guards- as soon as prepared. Tlita facltl fate; the work of the central jjifice an your resolution will, get more, carefn considerallon than it- sent-': in jus shovlly before tHc cpnventtpnl sent to tlio central for suumta Bion at the convention shoulrt ,be ac compaoied by a fee of 60 cents fo each resolution anbmltled. .This is-l lotray Ihe cosl of having the'resoli .3qnS printed and clrcii'.aled.. It la no necessary lo remit tills fed with leso utlons Intended to coma beforo you central executive of... beard-1- of dire tors. Section 19 pfUie conEtllulio states Ihat proposed amendmerit to th setrelary no later than December 1st. must 'be sent lo central to Central. Some of our locals 'arfe not comply- ing with I tic constitution In regard to thfi-rrmiUance of Tho mflk 13 free to Who cinnot for II, ani! al cosl (A who ran. AUCTIONEER Long-experience'iTi'atock and farm machinery. Sales conduct-; cd In am part ot Alberta, P.LAVALLEY COALDALE, ALBERTA For Dales and Rales Call Dowslty Land Lelh- brjdgs. 1SQ9 Reliable Shoe Repairs THE CITY'BOOT AND SHOE REPAIR SHOP H. LANOLEY, Prop. 40S 2nd Ave. S; Phone 1731 Next Fire PONT THE WAR VETERAN WHEN YOU HAVE A JOB TD OFFER L. A. H. Roosa Transfer We mMt ill and tee OcpX, Phone UN PIEBSE notify, SecV Vefcraos' Ciob ;