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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 27, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE EIGHT THE LETHBR1DGE DAILY HERALD TUESDAY, AUGUST 27, 1918 C. P. R. MAY RESUME Find TrouWt in Maintaining Sen'ict To According to a well defined fcu the streets this morning the C P. It. is conslderiug the advisability of going back to tho old schedule on" tho line. Enquiry at the general of the company however elici- ted no Information, to support the ru- mor. It is well known however that the present service Is highly unsatisfac- owing to the tact that it is nec- essary to keep an extra train vreiv to handle the extra passengers to Coutts on Tuesdays. Thursdays and Saturdays. This extra train also Is not satisfactory because days a week It leaves at and arrives back st while on the other days it leaves at and arrives back ai, ,'T'nIs Is confusing lo nubile. Strong courplslats wore, received yesterday froiu Raymond where the residents claim the new seri'tco cuts theni oft Irom the world for 72 hours at a si retch during the week-end. Telephone calls for Ihe war news are coming. Into the Herald office from Raymond where the lack of a daily mail has ltd lo the usual crop ot ru- mors j.bout the progress of the war. .The board of trade anxiously awaiting s. definite settlement of the, train schedule and last ulgbt wired the board of railway commissioners: "Your wire 20th. Your advices re- garding decisions will be appreciated. Clear the Skin v v A beautiful h the outwtrd mark ot good blood and a hciltliy-body. When the stomach, liver and blob in 'good order, the skiri h clear and lovely, i Unsightly blotches, pimples, eruptions and allownesi show' of Beecharri' s Pills to stimulite and regulate the vital organs and .improve the circuk- boa. Good Healthud better ioolcs soon follow the use of BEECHAM'S arc worth a guinea a box Stop! THESE three words nave saved a life can thej be applied to the life of your, ieeth. STOP! the functioas of your teeth? LOOK! Examine them for the lirst sign of decay. USTEN! Teeth were giren us to'.bite an3 cJiew our if.their condition: is such ttiat voa cannot properly perforui that fluty you'll wake up soon with a fine case'ot chronic indigestion And why not let usj trouble at. the .first" siKn of decay, The cost "will-be far less than .St you'wait unUl thoy far gone that you are "forced to the dentfsL" Don't let dread of pain hold you bade. Dentistry As We Practise It Is a Gentle Arc. Threshim Are Busy- Yields Fairly Good Some Places Haiu Is falling over (he sreatw part cf Southern .Alberta lodsy. following three days of extremely warm wea- ther for this seasoa of the year. The mercury dropped suddenly during the night, and from bundbreck comes a report of a slight frost. The recent rains ot Iste have de- layed harvesting to some extent, but even so, harvest Operations are away ahead of tho ot advance- ment at this time. Tho threshing ma- chines are busy in sonio parts'-of ihe south and by nest week threaalng will be fairly general in Ihe short crop Jislricls. The thrcsncr is proving lint the early July reports of the crop nre wrong. One instance of; this Is fur- nished by .Mr. Kcipko of Iron Springs. His crop OD a large field Is turning out 20 bushels to the acre. The crop Is very thin anil at ono lime looked as If it uitghl not be worth cutting. It Is believed Ibis will provb to be lha case In many .quarters, and the highest estimate niaJo by the Herald in July of bushels on this railway district seems in a fair way lo being fulfilled. Fanners generally -commend the government's action in placing an embargo on Alberta wheat until such time as the needs of the province for seed and feed nre provided. clly, escaped by a close nur- Sta yesterday evening: a, pel Ixlonfiaf to au Italian miner who llrei its Acnes, sot loon and attacked Mr. Haish. The Imr, a huaVr brown bruin, f over- two hundred pounds and over two years old Is' usually kept eoaClKe-d in small enclosure, within which he Is chained, but got ID sorna >'iy. While etsajeil lu clawing and iag Mr. Heigh on the back a small doc flew into the fray, mak- ing for the bear's throat, This dlitraclad bruin's attention from man, tail he paid his attention to the dog. Wiling him in thort orders In the meantime .Mr. Haigh lost no time In getting away, but carried with him a dozen deep'scratches anil bites In- flicted by tho furious beast. Dr. Garner dressed the injures, bavin; to take a dozen stitches to close up the deep scratches on the back and the biles on the right fore- arm, left wrist and on the lower por- tloji of the Jeff. Mr. llaigii, though severely lacerat- ed, li cot seriously injured, hutjl is likely' to prove u fatal encounter for he ferocious bruin. Drs. Bruner, Richards Nelson High Grade American Dentistry PHONE 363 Ott Blk., 4 from Lethbridge Hotel, LETHBRITOE, ALBERTA j CALGARY EIGHTH AVENUE E. EDMONTON 'CRIST ALL BLOCK. (Front OUT- Own Cotrcsrondantl Macleod. Aug. of the interior .department? visited Macleod i eetr, and had several long conferences with some members of the MennoQlte colony on Ihe south of tho town. The GreaterTroduction corporation have ploughed over ''eight- thousand acres'of land on'the FJIood'Resfcfve for crop next year, so that .may, thus -have.that amount-more of -vheat'to feed the boys at Thin Is uader tbe of Ine 1 Indian department Tractors have been used for the purpose and will also be 1n action agam when time comes for '_The representative of the locals U 'f A returned ifrom the north coun try where he purchased Jor shipment to Macleod1 a o[ feed This will be cuCjstaekerl' and-baled for shipment to Macleod tfru-e. we reasonable for this year. rwellrag at a premium I'l Maclood fanillies are mov ing m for the opening of school on S-eplemlier 3rd, and severance not yel b.etn able to secure rfuitable'hoji: for Iht winter r LUIANIACAPIURED iikcn By French Boats in Medi- terranean, and His Sub Sunk Paris. Atij. Schireisfir, lie mau who sank the has een caplured a patrol oat in.the tiic Journal. A. large sUbmariiie f which lie vr.W second in cmnmanrff ad Just torpedoed ft BiltiEh Btearaer ctweeu Mall a anil Sicily, Thi sul> ariue was Availing to see the vessel when IKO Wench patrol boats merged from'the fog and saak the C- oat. Of tho crew of ceyenty-five only ue officer and four meu were rescued i the pntrol boats, Whllo "bfjlng taken to Toulon, the appeared 111 at ease.c When he tiought no one' was looking ha tried i throw some papers overboard but sailor seized Iila arm. He refused to nswer Questions but fen examination f the 'explained his pneasi: La Journal asks it the maa Vho ommitted the "most vile, the most artarous and Iho most ccftardly Q the annals ot uar' is inerslj, to bs eat to camp. PEI BEAR NEARLY (Spcd-il to Ihe Fernie, Vug Haigh, miner living on DaUon avenue, this There's Pure Nutrition and Body-Building Nourishment in "Crystal Dairy Milk Pure milk is absolutely necessary to the up-building of .children's health. They should be urged to drinlc it freely and often. It is the' most 'beneficial food for babies and growing children. Our milk is absolutely free from impurities and adulterations. It is bottled by scientific, methods in a hygienic dairy and is clarified and pasteurized. ORDER IT DELIVERED TO YOUR HOUSE EVERY MORNWG....... The CRYSTAL DAIRY Ltd PHONE 1576 II i-J Practitally Strangle Ger- man Armies in Northern France (Canadian Press Dispatch from Rculcfs LlmltcO.) Paris, Aug. milKary ritics all pay a! tribute to the great of the present British opera Ions, pinning down huge neiny forces. TliejrApoinf onl that Japaume could have been taten tiro ays ago. tut that tho British pro- erred to manoeuvre the'Germans out 3f ft. The ivell known Colonel rabiT, Ehosvs why "It Is oEBenlial for hn enemy to desperately defend he way to Doual and Cambrai. 1C ho says, the allies coiiH seize the irian- els [ormed aud Valen ciennes and the cross-roads of..Lon gwy, Longuyon and then practically ihe whole network ot rail roads which feed; the .odemy's pres ent front will bo cut- strangulation ot his armies in Frame Bright New Styles a Story of Attractive Values A selection of dresses that your approval in price, style. Come and what the Busy Store .areshowing iiVadvance fait styles, It will payyou. COLORED TAFFETA DRESSES A pnpttir ttrle la slit. with full double of lea are stitched with color of silk collar md cuffs and trimmed with At OC (Ul 15.UU 30.00 BLACK SILK DRESS A- black ailk dress in an uncommon style with largo plcsls In front. Fancy Bide panels caught up oa each aide. with larjc covered bulloris. GREY TAFFETA DRESS Mado with the new round neck with I DUE back anil front embroider- ed la very design on panels and sleeve ana trimmed with OA buttons, At JU.UU BROWN TAFFETA DRESS la a very attractive Made In the high .waist lino effect with Ions panels pocket on each trimmed with fancy self colored Buttons. Qollar of georgette and edged' with taffeta. At NOVELTY SERGE DRESS A novelty blue serge drsss made with apron panel front. Collar of sMiljt aatln, girdle edged with scarlet and (rimmed with small scarlet beada A new and ottracthe style nn FAWN SERGE DRESS Made of extra fine quality of imported'serge. Hade with panel'front and back. Attractively em- broidered in self coloVed braid in neat design on sleeves Tha girdle .passes through the panels giving an extra good stvte lo "JO en the dress OO.dll, SERGE DRESS Another very pood of good quality of green" serge. Made .with full pleated skirt. Em- broidered Erout. .-ilaize satin collar and trimmed is ith buttons At SHOT SILK DRESS Made ot blue taffeta shot with hello. Made with high waist effect ifiti girdle slashed through which xlrdle of velvet ribbon passes. Collar of. georgette crepe trimmed with 'small colored beads. An .At t...................... 4U.UU BLUE TAFFETA DRESS Saxe blue taffeta dress, for better wear hi a plain yet effective. Made with fancy panel front, with bias folds ot ceK material. Yull skirt, collar and saah girdle. At OA YIA NAVY BLUE TAFFETA A splendid style that it-Ill jire celleat wear: Suitable for-present wear. Made In-. iie.at bolero .styje, pleated front and gathered back: Tancy wide girdle, collar and. cuffs. of contrasting sbade Wonderful' value. At A POPULAR PRICED SERGE DRESS Wien jou consider llio quality ancf'acilrcify of materials this Is far above the average." A navi- hlue serge in full style. Girdle finished vyltii buckle tolhr of satin and trimmed with ''r'ii' bone button At SAXE BLUE SERGE DRESS A. good soft shade of saxo tlue. Hade In a verv pretty style. Plain wide girdle finished with' large buckle. satin vested and trimmed with roliltarj braid and buttons AA Onl> ZO.OO SERGE DRESS Navy blue serge dross. JIade with long side panels. Not a Btylc, but a. dress suitable for fall wear. Collar of while satin and neatly trimmed with buttons and militar> brail] At SERGE JUMPER Blyle. It is a Jumper dress mode'ot good quality of serge, girdle trimmed with fancj buckle and front trimmed Kith buttons Only e nr NEW SILK SKIRTS RYLANDS CO. THE BUSY STORE NEW CLOTH SKIRTS Vancourer, Burns, the cattle king, staled. In- an interview that the lire slbclr glhu'tlon In Alber- ta was very satisfactory-', arid that Southern AlbefU would ibre'ih half a crop at least f i Vr Burnii waj emphatfc tn clectar Ing that there an iwureil ot tor In -the fiuulh. Be- fore the late of early August and lale July came there was fear that the range and .stock colinjfy would be short on dodder, but. the rains relieved tliaft Some had been contemplating moving their stock tor winter feeding but tills Is unnecessary nos CORPORAL CAPTURES 700 HUNS HIMSELF With Ihe French'. Armx In-Prance, Aug capture of seven hund red Oil-mans Is lie exploit attributed to Pierre Celller, 28, a. corporal In.the French .Among Ibe prisoners were a colonel and fourteen other officers. Two pieces qUo were takdn. Cellier ha- been awarded the Cross of Ihe Legion al Honor. RUPPRECHT TO MAMY LUXEMtOUKO Copcnragen, Klnx pold ot Bavaria al Hitamilr (llnner according to if Mflclal raeni made In Munich fnnmiiKed thi engagement of grown rrcchl to Ihs I'rlncess of STUDY YOUR PLANTS -NOW. FOR NEXT' YEAR'S SEED POTATOES. Our Own Correjpondentl day evening the local K. I'.'a had a vis- It frrfni the Olaresholm. lodge end all had a right royal time- A team of the Nobleford brethren Initialed three of UIQ visitors Into tlio third degree. In- cluding a who is going the front. Tiie menibers from Clares- Holm .complimented the .work of the Nobleford team very highly, and it Is lha Intention of the local lodge to chal- lenge the whole of Alberta for the Couybeare cup in the very'near ful- ure. t .1. Harris was a vislldr at Calgary this week. Ths-'Lellibridgc people, who made tha tour around the Monarch' and Xobleford districts on-Wednesday cer- tainly'1 seemed to have 'had. a good lline. There was a: good crowd including a number of.farmers am viliagea. Dr. Mkrion, of Kdmonlon, has been paying a brief vial al the liome of Mr. On Thursday and Friday erer.'nga Lhe local-ball team were ruaa, but: unfortunately on IhuraoSi, Com merce proed to be too strong for the locnl combination vidvon Frmaj Bar' 0113 repealed the N'ever boys, practice weir and the boot will be on the'other foot in Ihb near fut' ure. Owing lo (he absence ;on; vacation of our-pastor the tervfc'ea we're taken last Sunday by Mr, 0. o! Lelhhrjdge Neil Sunday Ihe vlslUng minister will bo the P..-Grif- fiths.