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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 26, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDAYAUGUST DAfLt PAGE THREB THAT SONINLAW QI PAS By Wellington SINCE HE TOOK NO ITS QUITE SflnSfflCTOpyTO HP IVE PEEN KsHEjN5AN EXE ON FCKH fEfH HED rtnWT TO SlUVAW VYHH HIM HE o nny IN jnr WUT i ID MAKE 1 HiVVENTOirrTHE Pb0r NErVf IflPEE HOUKS WINDER TOW GERMAN STAFF TO ADMIT DEFEAT allied high command great in the army and the lateat from the front that will not be that the British have obliged the Ger man staff to admit Marcel in the Echo De that the Britiih ad vanced by local thrusts into large holes In the German That the enemy haa been unable to thwart these he the tremendous sup eriority that the have gain ed over the Colonel in that unstinted praise must be given the manner in which Bri tish have been carried He declares that the allied success north the Somme Is purely a British tJrom Our Own Coriescondent Kidd who has occupied pulpit of the Presbyterian church here for the past two years has accepted a call from Okotoks congregation and left last week for that Swain of Bassano has arrived in town to manage the Robin Hood ele The Claresholm Curling club will be greatly strengthened this season by the addition to its membership of such Curlers as Ted formerly of Nan ton and an old Mani toba f A young man by the name of Scar let died here today with typhoid lie was brought here for treatment from but arrived too late as the fever had been running for some I A small sized hail storm passed north and east of town last week and did softie damage to three or tour Taylor of this town was sev erely injured while leading one of his We are glad to re port that he is progressing of the Union Bank staff arrived homo from Manitoba on Wednesday last where he was visiting School The Provincial School of Agricul ture is holding annual fair on 5th and til In Great interest is being shown la this especially by the boys and girls of the different school The officials of the school deserve great praise for the work they are doing in connection with this After riding a saddle horse for the last twentyfive years in hisbusiness as Sitton of the old Sit ton ranch west of here has purchased a Ford touring car from the local deal Joseph Workman had guaranteed Sitton that on ac count of his great knowledge of bucking he will have no trou ble in keepiqg his place behind the Tbe appearance of AustroHungwian troops on the western front did not surprise the newspaper which declare that the pretence of the Austrians be hind the German lines was actually known for several The use of at tlio request of Ger is declared to be striking proof of the seriousness ot the enemys sit The Petit Journal says that the Austriuus captured by the French be longed to the life Bulletins From the office at the Secretary Supply of Hog Some of our locals have reported a considerable shortage hog feed ow ing to the difficulty securing shorts and except in very limited Advices from Ot tlfat there are no restric tionsagainst the sale or use of these but that many of the mills are closed down temporarily the avail able supply has been This condition will likely continue until the grinding of the new wheat begins and possibly for some time to come as the mills bave no reserves oo Dominion Livestock Com reports that screen ings are available at a of Port This price is like ly to hold having varied very little for some nfbnths The freight rate Fort William to Calgary or Edmonton is 33 12 cents per hun A considerable quantity these screenings have been shipped to Wet askiwin by the large hog raisers there who report favorably on their feeding director of the Dominion Experimental La who haa conducted consider able experimental work in feeding screenings to hogs also gives a good of The Provincial De partment of Agriculture has been ar rangitig for these screen ings to points in Alberta at uctual As the screenings only hand led in carload some of the smaller feeders who are unable to handle a carload have been unable to avail themselves of this ft is suggested therefore that our local as sociations might arrange to get in this feetl by the carload and distribute it among their Members could arrange to haul out the screen ings In tight grain wagons or better still sack it on The cars hold from 30 to 35 A given weight of car cannot be guaranteed as the ele vators take the first available Or ders can be placed with tho Depart ment of ac companied by a deposit of the balance payable on sight draft when car the purchaser also paying Work in Plowing Locals between Calgary and Red Deer we been asked by the Canadian Pacific Railway if they will assist the railway by under taking to plow fireguards along the Tight of The regulations of the Board of Railway Commissioners re quire the railways to plow a sixteen foot guard on both aides of the Owing to the difficulty of securing labor the recently applied to tho Railway Commissioners for per mission to plow eight foot guards in stead of sixteen foot The com missioners suggested that the consult the board of directors of the on the Your board did not feel like accepting the responsibi lity for such reduction as they were not satisfied that the narrower guard would serve the but offered 40 recommend to the farmers of the province through our locals that they assist the railways by accepting work in plowing The conditions under which this work is done can be obtained from superinten For Locate desiring to submit resolu tions at the next annual convention should send these to the central office as soon as This will facili tate the work of the central pfflce and your resolution will get more careful consideration than sent in just shortly before the Resolu tions sent to central for submis sion at the convention should be ac companied by a fee of 50 cents for each resolution This is to defray the cost of having the resolu tions printed and It is not necessary to remit this fee with reso lutions intended to come before your centra executive or board of direc Section 19 of the constitution states tltat proposed amendment to tht secretary no later than December constitution must be sent to central to Some of our locals are not comply ing with the constitution in regard to the remittance of dues to the central Paragraph section U of the constitution states The local shall make payment of membership fees owing to the association promptly and at least ouce qvery three Paragraph section reads A lo cal six mouths in arrears tor dues to the association stand suspended without action of that and the name of the local published in the offi cial organ of the Buy a The central office la glad to report an increase in the number of life mem The life membership fee is now and it is expected that it will be raised at the next The Ufa fees are deposited in u OF CZARS SON Ruseian prince who recently arrived in according to the Dally Mail the vague of the killing of the ion of the former After the father wat the Bol went to the saying We killed your dogs death for a dog Alexis Into and one of the band then htm The boy fourteen years of age on July NOW IS THE TIME TO SE LECT EWES FOR NEXT YEARS LAMB CROP 4 Now is the time to select the ewes for well before tbe mating season and after this years lambs have been to produce next years lamb In culling ewes from the flock two types should be carefully noted those that are ex tremely fat and those that are very The fat especially those car rying an excessive bunch of fat about the may be their high condition being due to the fact that they bave not been under the strain of bearing and nursing a On the other hand it must not be sup posed that all thin ewes should If they have dull harsh dry a general rundown and unthrifty and poor due to old they should be disposed of at If there is a contrary good the thin ness may be safely attributd to the fact that the ewes have been heavy milkers and have raised pairs of strong thrifty Such ewes should be and If of approv ed type their ewe lambs should be selected in maintainingthe As a final point in selection a care ful examination of the udders may result in further culling those likely to be unable to raise their lambs be cause of defective Farm Mult More than says the depart farm flocks are being called on to contribute their full share 10 the food and clothing of the It is for this reason that the perfor mance of each ewe In lamb and wool productions must be All ewes must pay their If the flock owner will cull his stock as here he will have good in dividuals plus regular Not only will this mean greater pro but it will be an assurance of in creased supplies of mutton and wool to meet the insistent demands of war time consumption and will help to ward ANY With the American Army on the Associated soldiers believe that Germany Is not planning any more of fensives because of lie man power according to one of a party of seven of a German patrol captur ed by the Americans early Sunday east of The soldier vlio was a former and the owner of a Berlinrestaurant said the sol diers no longer had any enthusiasm for Most of hose with whom he came in contact believed that the war would end The prisoner had been fighting three years and declared he was thoroughly tired of He said the soldiers understood the Ger man losses during the recent allied offensives had been very These reports were credited by the soldiers and were having a demoralizing ef He said he knew ot one division of which had been reduced to less than one He did not know what became of the special savings account from which the interest only goes to the general the capital remaining un touched us a special reserve in case of Cife members are only required to pay per year as their dues to the the relieving them of any further obligations to the central A handsome life mem bership certificate is issued to each lite membejj which when framed makes a very desirable ornament to any farmers home as well us a mark of Also it is goodadver tising for your movement to have your life membership in the display ed where your neighbors and new set tiers who visit your home may see If desired the central office will sup ply frames at actual Provincial For Lingerie Hats Take off the trimming when soiled and dip up and down in a bowl full of Lux Never Press out the Rinse I carefully and stretch to Your fabrics will be clean and sheer as when The Lux way means econ omy in fine things it them MOTHUS TMOTM LUX SMALL BUNCH OF CATTLE FOR SALE PRICE COUSINS let me introduce you to Buyer Farm Livs Stock and Implements Farm Stock Handled on Commiwtion Porter AUCTIONEER 327 11TM LfTHMIOOI London The official communication from tho Austrian War Office here today says Our attack is progressing success fully in After a bitter strug gle yesterday Italianbridguheal posi tions north of Fieri were During the pursuit which followed trcnps crossed the Wo also progress near Herat and the Sel wes The bombing attacks nf our air men against Avlona are PROPERTY FOR SALE FOR modern with Central 50 facing Telephone FOR half acre on west arm oE Kootenay 2 miles from Ap FOR modern eight roomed every on 2 lots on 13th or part easy Apply Box FOR a bargain for if taken before Fiveroomed house on four water and 2 barns 200 acres leased abun dance water 16 milk all young 1 year old heifer 1 year old Black Polled bull 5 head horses milk bot tler cream separator delivery wag new 1 combination 1 set double heavy harness 1 set sin gle Everything for running Apply 1601 14th Machinery and tractor Repairs OF ALL KINDS Cylinders re bo red and refitted with new Gears and grates for all popular makes of Kischel Lessee of the Lethbrldge Iron DRAYING or All Limited Freight PHONES till NOSE AND THROAT SPECIALIST Office rooms 121122 New Burns Corner Sth and 2nd Ofttce Phone M284S Residence Phone M2077 Interne and House Manhattan Nose and Throat New York Specialist to Calgary School Board PHONE 733 FOR THE REPAIR SHOP Shoes and Small Machinery 817 Third KNAPMAN PLUMBING AND HEATING Phone 1892 710 Fifth AUTO LIVERY courteous Cars suitable for any Special rates to steady custom ers or long Phones Day 1448 Night 787 FOR house furniture and lease of building in business dis Rooms can be rented to trans Owner on account of Act Dowsley Land FOR colonial finish hardwood floois and big roomy on 50 x25 foot Water and new hot air good chicken owner leaving now renting for a vlli sell for i Apply Room Hull 160Ox Tractor Repairs We specialize in reborifig gas tractor arid fitting oversize pistons and We have In stock at present oversize pistons for all popular makes of gas Ford Engines Rebored NIVEN 216 1st Phone 1732 TRIGAL AN McKonzle MT 718 J FARM LABOR THE PROVINCIAL DEPART WENT OF AGRICULTURE HAS OPENED A BUREAU IN THE BOARD OF TRADE OFFICES LETHBRIDGE To secure and distribute farm Farmers wishing to secure help should apply Immediately to A who has charge of this free PHONE 1603 Free Elliott Sheet Metal Works Expert Hot Air Furnace Work Phone 1713 330 6th 8t THE ROY ELECTRIC Electrical Contracting ot all for the World Famous Delco Light Country wiring a 518 4th Avenue Box 334 Phone 735 SPENCES AUTO LIVERY NIGHT TRAIN OR HOSPITAL LETHBRIDGE CLOSED CAR PHONE 1324 AUCTIONEER Long experience in stock and farm Sales conduct ed in any part ot LAVALLEY ALBERTA For Dates and Rates Call The Dowsley Land Leth Phone 1809 Nursing Mission PURE FRESH MILK From tuberculosistested cows requiring aucli milk for babies may do so Tbe milk is free to those who cannot pay tot and at cost to those who Roosa mest all trains Pay and 8ee us M or Phone lisa Reliable Shoe Repairs THE CITY BOOT AND SHOE REPAIR SHOP 408 2nd Phone 1731 Next Fire Hall THE WAR VETERAN WHEN YOU HAVE A JOB TO OFFER Please Secy Veterans Club Phone 372 m ;