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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - August 26, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDAY,^\U(,UST 2G, 1918 page thbeb THAT SON-IN-LAW OF PA'S . By Wellington ITM sick O' HAV)N' D/Jflr ^OUNQ-QWY \r RETORn me! if 1 cjoulo onu!N/E? HE vmNT OUT TVtE FRONY I pOOR^EAer TflREE HOU\?S SINCE HE TOOK NO BA .> .> ? ? ? ? ? : : > : ? ? A'ow is the time to select the ewes for breeding, well before the mating season and after this year's lambs have been weaned, to produce next year's lamb crop. In culling ewes from the flock two typos should be carefully noted; those that are extremely fat and those that aro very thin. The fat ones, especially those carrying an excessive bunch of tat about the rump, may be barren, their high condition being due to the fact that they have not 'been under the strain of bearing and nursing a lamb., On the other hand it must not be supposed that all thin ewes should be jbred. If they have dull eyes, harsli' ANY OFFEMS, SHORT OF SOLDIERS With the American Army on the Vesle, Sunday, Aug. iTi,- i Associated Press.)-German soldiers believe that Germany Is not planniiiK any more offensives because of llio man power shortage, according to one of a party of seven of a German patrol captured by the Aniericoii.-i early Sunday east of Fismes. The soldier wlio was a former bank.emplo.ve and tlie owner of a Berlin' restaurant said the soldiers no longer had any enthusiasm for war. Most of those with v.hom he came In contact believed that tlie war would end soon. The pri.soiier had been fighting three year.s and declared he was thoroughly tired of it, lie said the soldiers understood that the German losses duiing the recent allied offensives had been very great. These reports were credited hy the soldiers and were having a demoralizing effect. He said he knew ot one division of 15,000 which hnd been reduced to less than one thousand. He did not know what became of the men. HUNSMVICTORy Vienna, Aug. 2.").-i Via London) - The oflicial communication from tho Austrian War Oflicc here today says; "Our attack is progressing sucr.ess-fully In Albania. .-Vfter a bitter "-.irug-gle yesterday Italian''bridReheiil posi-tlon.'i north of I'Meri wore taken During the pursuit which followed (,'ir ti'cnps crossed the Semeni. Wo also "ado progress near Berat and ii the Sel-oves Mountains. "The bombing attacks r,f our airmen against Avlona are co.itinuiiig." Dr. A.T. Spankie M,D., 0,1'^. EYE. EAR, NOSE AND THROAT SPECIALIST Office rooms 12M'J2 New P. Burns RulUling, Corner Sth Avj. and 2nd St. Kust, Culgiwy, Office Pliono M2SJ8 Uesidence Phone M20T7 Inlorno and House Surgeon, Manhattan Eye, Ear, Noso and Throat Hospital, New York City, lOn-191-1, Specialist to Calgary School Board PHONE 733 FOR THE 0. K. REPAIR SHOP Shoes and Sm.-Jii Machinery 817 Third Ave. PROPERTY FOR SALE ^ KNAPMAN PLUMBING ' AND HEATING CO. Phona 1892 710 Firth Avs. S. ^ _J I FOR SALE-"i-roonied house, modern with gas. Central location. ,'".0 ft, , front, facing east. Telephone 1914, ] 213-C ! fleeces, pale, dry skius, a general run-down and unthrifty condition, and poor teeth, due to old age, they should be disposed ot at once. If there is a contrary good condition, the thinness may be safely attrlbutU to the fact that the ewes have been heavy milkers and have raised pairs ' of strong thrifty ilambs. Such owes should be retained, and if of approved type their ewe lambs should be selected In maintaining the flock. As a final point in selection a careful examination of the udders may result in further culling those likely to be unable to raise their Iambs because of defective udders. Farm Flocks Must Produce, More than ever, says the department, farm flocks are being called on to contribute their full share to the food and clothing of the country. It is for this reason that the performance ot each ewe in lamb ani. wool productions must be known. All ewes must pay their way. If the flock owner will cull hla stock annually, as here suggested, he will have good Individuals plus regulai- performance. Not only -will this mean greater profits, but it will be an assurance of increased supplies of mutton and wool to meet the insistent demands of 'Wartime consumption and will help toward victory. special savings account from -wKlch the interest only goes to the general revenue, the capital renjiainlng untouched as a special i:eserve in case of emergency. Life members are only required to pay $1.00 per year as their dues to the local, the .$15 relieving them of any further obligations to the central office. A handsome life membership certificsite is issued to each life membesij which when framed makes a very desirable ornament to any farmer's home as well as a mark of distinction. Also it Is good 'advertising for your movement to have your life nembership in the U. F. A. display od where your neighbors and new settlers who visit your home may see it. If desired the central office will aup' ply frames at actual cost. H. HIGGINBOTHAM. Provincial Secretary. Lingerie Hats Take off the tiimming when soiled and dip up and down in a bowl full o( Lux suds-rich, copious, creamy. Never rub. Press out the water. Rinse carefully and stretch to dry. Your fabrics will be fresh, clean and sheer as when new. The Lux w�y mean* economy in fine things - it washes th^m splendidly. UVERIIOTHCU LIRim. r.iM(. LUX FOR SALE-Summer cottage, half . acre on west arm of Kootenay Lake. 2 miles from Nelson. B.C. C. W. Ap-pleyard, Nelson. B, C. 211!-14 FOR SALE-Large modern eight-roomed house, every convenience, on 2 lots on I3th St, soutli, ,?4,=)00 ca:;Ii, or part rash, easy terms, Applv Box 82, Herald. 'ilG-G AUTO LIVERY Careful, courteous service. Cars suitable for any weathn-. Special rates to steady customers or long trips. Phones: Day 1448 - Night 787 FOR SALE-Rooming house furniture ' and lease of building in business district. Rooms can bo rented to transients. Owner .leaving on account ot health. Act quickly. Dowsley Land Agency, 202-0 ' SMALL BUNCH OF CAHLE FOR SALE PRICE RIGHT. CHAS. T. COUSINS , SKIFF, ALTA. FOR SALE-Five-roomed bungalow. ! colonial finish throughout, hardwood tloois and big roomy verandah, on 50 xl25 foot lot. Water and light, new hot air furnace, , good chicken run, owner leaving town, now renting for $15 a month, will sell for cash, $1150. i Apply J. Korn, Room 10, "Hull Block. 160-Ox i I Tractor Repairs Wo sptjclallze in roboring gas tractor cylinders, and fitting ovei'sizo pistons and rings. Wo have In stock at present oversize pistons for all popular makes of gas tractors. Ford Engines Rcbored NIVEN BROS. 216 1st Ave. S. Phone 1732 FOR SALfi-At a bargain for cilsli, if taken before Sept. 1st, Five-roomed house on four lots, water and light, 2 barns; 200 acres leased pasture, abundance water; IB milk cows, all young; 1 year old heifer; 1 year old Black Polled bull; 5 head horses; milk bottler; cream separator; delivery wagon, new; 1 combination plow, row; 1 set double heavy harness; 1 sot single harness. Everything lor running dalryv business. Apply owner, 1501 14th Ave. south. 212-6 FARM LABOR THE PROVINCIAL DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE HAS OPENED A BUREAU IN THE BOARD OF TRADE OFFICES , LETHBRIDGE To secure and distribute farm labor. Farriers wishing to secure help should apply Immediately to MR. J. A; WEIR, who has charae of this free service. PHONE 1603 ifi ELECTRICAL ^SUPPtlES AHO ALL KINDS OF �LB� TRiCAL WORK. W.L. McKenzIe & Co. PHONB M7 711 ard Ave. 8. Free! Elliott Sheet Metal Works Expert Hot Air Furnacs Work Phone 1713 330 �th St S. Lethbrldfle. Alberta*" Machinery and tractor Repairs OF ALL KINDS Cylinders rebored and refitted with new pistons. Gears' and grates for all popular makes ot engines. CKischel Lessee of the Lethbrldge Iron Works. THE ROY ELECTRIC Electrical Contracting of all kinds. Agents tor the World Famous Deico Light Country �wiring a  specialty. 51B 4th Avenue Box 334 Phone 735 Mr. Sel^r, let me introduce you to Mr. Buyer Farm Landii, Live $tock and ImpUmentt a Specialty, Farm Landt Lfatari. Stock Hiindled on Commisk-ilon : Baals. Geo. f Porter AUCTIONEER PHSNS 1692, 327'11T LCTHBRiOQI DRAYING Of All Kind* WesternTransferCo. , Limited >WI�� C. p. R. FreIsM thsds PHONES OWa^ ........... 11 > Stablaa.......... 1M4 Nursing Mission PURE FRESH MILK From tuberculoslS'testod cowa -Anyone requiring Biich milk for babies may do so dally, TUo milk is free to those who cannot pay for it, and at cost to thQBio who can. AUCTIONEER Long experience in. stock and farm machinery. Sales conducted in any part ot Alberta. P. LAVALLEY COALDALE, ALBERTA For Dates and Rates Call The Dowsley Land Agency, Leth-bridge. Phone 1809 L. A. H. Roosa We meat all Valna Day and Night. Saa ua at Dapet, or SPENCE'S AUTO LIVERY NIGHT TRAIN OR HOSPITAL CALLS, LETHBRIDGE HOTEL. CLOSED CAR PHONE 1324 Reliable Shoe Repairs THE CITY BOOT AND SHOE REPAIR SHOP H. LANGLEY, Prop. 40S 2nd Ave. S. Phone 1731 Next Fire Hall "pji^''^DONT _ --FORGET THE WAR VETERAN WHEri' YOU HAVE A 40 B TO ar^lRER 1/ PleasB nohfy, . SecV Veterans' Cluh ^ Phone 372 1487135 207731 66 6?817744 ;