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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 27, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta fiffi DArLt HftlULD AUGU8 DAILY SERVICE Find Trouble in Maintaining Weekly Strvice To Cardeton According a well defined bn the streets this morning the C is considering the advisability of going back to the old schedule on tho Cardston Enquiry at the general of the company however elici ted no information to support the ru It is well known however that the present service is highly unsatisfac tory owing to the fnct that it net essary to keep an extra train crew to handle the extra passengers to Coutts on Thursdays and This extra train also Is not satisfactory because three days a weeTMt leaves ami arrives back at while on the other days It leaves at and arrives back This is confusing to the Strong complaints were received yesterday from Raymond where the residents claim the mw service cuts them off from the world for T2 hours at a stretch during the Telephone calls for the wnr news are Into the Herald office from Raymond where the luck of n dally mail has led to the usual crop of ru mors about the progress of the The board of trade ta anxiously a definite settlement of the train schedule and last night wired the board of railway commissioners Your wire Your advices re garding decisions will be r Clear the Skin V beautiful complexion is the outward mark of good blood and a healthy When the liver and blood are in good the skin is clear and Unsightly eruptions and sallowness show the need of Beechams Pills to stimulate and regulate the vital organs and improve the circula Good healthand better looks soon follow the use of BEECIANTS PILLS are worft a guinea a box Stop Look Listen THESE three words have saved many a Readily can they be applied to the life of STOP What are the functions of your teeth LOOK Examine them for the first sign of LISTEN Teeth were given us to bite and chew our food and if their condition is such that von cannot properly perform that duty youll wake up pretty soon with a fine case of chronic And why not let us arrest0the trouble at the first sign of The cost will be far less than if you watt they areso far gone that you are forced to the Dont let dread of pain hold you Dentistry As We Practise It Is a Gentle Art Machines Are Yields Fairly Good Some Places Rain is fulling over the greater part of Southern Alberta following three days of extremely1 warm wea ther for this season of the The mercury dropped suddenly during the and from imndbreck comes ft report of n slight The recent rains of late have de layed harvesting to some but even harvest operations are away ahead of the usual of advance ment at this The threshing ma chines are busy In some parts of the south and by next week threshing will be fairly general in the short crop The thresher is proving that the early July reports of the crop nre One instance of this is fur nished by Kelpke of Iron His crop on a large field Is turning out 20 bushels to the The crop is very thin and at one time looked as if it might not be worth It Is believed this will prove to be the case in many and the highest estimate mude by the Herald m July of bushels on this railway district seems in a fair way to being Farmers generally commend the governments action in placing an embargo on Alberta wheat until such time as the needs of the province Cor seed and feed are BIGAlAlfOOD Richards Nelson High Grade American Dentistry PHONE 363 Ott 4 Doors from Lethbridge ALBERTA f CALGARY EIGHTH AVENUE EDMONTON CRISTALL From Our Own CorresnonOenO representative the interior department visited Macleod last and had several long conferences with some members of the Mennonlte colony on the south of the The QreaterTroduction corporation have ploughed over eight thousand acres of land on the Blood Reserve for crop next so that the Dominion may thus have that amount more of to feed the boys at Thlit is under the supervision of the Indian Tractors have been used for the purpose and will also be in action again when the time comes for The representative of the local returned from the north coun try where he purchased or shipment j to Macleod a large quantity This will be stacked and baled for shipment to The we isvery reasonable for this UwelJiug houses are at a premium in Many families are mov in for the opening of school on September and several have not yet been able to secure suitable homes for the death a ftffo Cm evening wMtt ft frtt belottftiff to an Italian who HrMtft got KttMft and attacked a husky brown wetthlnt over two Hundred founds and over two yen m old Is anility kept confined in a small within which he is but got some While etgftfted In clawing and lag Halgh on the back and ftttns a small doc flew into the mak ing a lean for the bears This bruins attention from the and he paid his attention to the killing him m short In the meantime Halgh lost Ho time In getting but carried with him a dozen deep scratches and bites In flicted by the furious Garner dressed the having to take a dozen stitches to close up the deep scratches on the back and the bites on the right tore left wrist and on the lower por tion of the left though severely lacerat is not seriously but Jt Is likely o prove n fatal encounter for the ferocious LUSH CAPTURED Taken By French Boats in Medi and His Sab Sank the man who sank the has been captured bya French patrol boat in the to the A large submarine of which he In had just torpetloed a BHtish steamer between Malta nnd Tire sub marine was waiting to see the vessel sink when two French patrol boats emerged fromthe fog and sapk the U Qf the crew of seventyfive only one officer and four men were rescued by the patrol While being taken to the officer appeared ill at When he thought no one was looking he tried to throw some papers overboard but a sailor seized his He refused to answer Questions but an examination of the papers explained his uneasi La Journal asks if the man who committed the most the most barbarous and the most cowardly in the annals of war Is merely to be sent to a prison CAPTURE CAMBRA WOULD BE VITAL Would Practically Strangle Ger man Armies in Northern France PET BEAR NEARLY Special to the Herald I a living on this Theres Pure Nutrition and BodyBuilding Nourishment in Crystal Dairy Milk Pure milk is absolutely necessary to the upbuilding of childrens They should be urged to drink it freely and It is most beneficial food for babies and growing Our milk is absolutely free from impurities and It is bottled by scientific methods in a hygienic dairy and is clarified and ORDER IT DELIVERED TO YOUR HOUSE EVERY The CRYSTAL DAIRY Ltd PHONE 1576 Canadian Press Dispatch from neuters military critics all pay a tribute to the great value of the present British opera especially In pinning down huge enemy Theypoint out that Bapaume could have been taken two days but that the British pro ferred to manoeuvre the Germans out of The well known Colonel shows why it is essential for the enemy to desperately defend the Vay to Douai and he tho allies could seize the trian gle formed by these towns and Valeu ciennes and the of Lon Longuyon and Mont then practically the whole network of rail roads which feed the ouemys pres ent front will be which meftns the strangulation of bis armies in France PAT BURNS IS VERY OPTIMISIIC the cattle stated in an interview that the live stock situation In Alber ta was very satisfactory and that Southern Alberta would thresh halt a crop at Burns was emphatic in declar ing that there was an assured supply of feed for cattle in the Be fore the late rains of early August and late July came there was fear that the range and stock country would be short on but the rains relieved Some ranchers had been contemplating moving their stock for winter feeding but this is unnecessary tes TkatlfeU a Story of A telectton of that wil Come and see wiiat the COLORED TAFFETA DRESSES A popular style In taffeta Made with girdle and fun double both of are stitched with contrasting color of silk feeorgette collar and cuffs and trimmed with At BUCK SILK DRESS A black allk dress in an uncommon style with large pleats in Fancy side panels Caught up on each Trimmed with large covered 00 GREY TAFFETA DRESS Made with the new round neck with long back and front embroider1 ed In very ndat design on panels and sleeve and trimmed with OA AA At BROWN TAFFETA DRESS This is a very attractive Made in the high line effect with long deep panels with pocket on each trimmed with fancy self colored Collar of georgette and edged with At With your approval in quality and ore arc showing in advance fall It will SHOT SILK DRESS Made of bine taffeta shot with Made with high waist effect with girdle slashed through which girdle of velvet ribbon Collar of georgette crepe trimmed with small colored J A AA BLUE TAFFETA DRESS Saxe blue taffeta for better wear in a plain style yet Made with fancy panel with bias folds of self satin collar and O A AA sash At J NAVY BLUE TAFFETA A splendid style that Will give ex cellent Suitable for present Made In neat bolero pleated front and gathered Fancy wide collar and cuffs of contrasting Wonderful AA NOVELTY SERGE DRESS A novelty blue serge dress made with apron panel Collar of scarlet girdle edged with scarlet and trimmed with small scarlet A very new and attractive At FAWN SERGE DRESS Made of extra fine quality of imported Made with panel front and Attractively em broidered in self colored braid in neat design on sleeves and The girdle through the panels giving an extra good style1 to Q gA the At SERGE DRESS Another very good of good quality of green Made with full pleated Em broidered Maize satin collar and trimmed with n CA At A POPULAR PRICED SERGE DRESS When you consider the quality and scarcity Of materials this is far above the A navy blue serge In full Girdle finished with Collar of satin and trimmed with 4 fi Cft bone At SAXE BLUE SERGE DRESS A good soft shade of saxe Made in a very pretty Plain wide girdle finished withlarge White satin vestee and trimmed with military braid and SERGE DRESS Navy blue serge Made with long side Not a fussy but a dress suitable for fall Collar of white satin and neatly trimmed with buttons and military At SERGE JUMPER This is another good It is a jumper dress mode of good quality of girdle trimmed with fancy buckle and front trimmed 1 C 7C with Only 1 I O NEW SILK SKIRTS THE BUSY STOKE NEW CLOTH SKIRTS CORPORAL CAPTURES 700 HUNS HIMSELF With the French Army in capture of seven hund red Germans is the exploit attributed to Pierre aged a corporal in the French tank Among the prisoners were a colonel and fourteen other Two field pieces also were Cellier has been awarded the Grose of the Legion of RUPPRECHT TO MARRY PRINCBM LUXEMBOURG polcl of Bavaria at a Jaraily dinner according to an official state ment made in Munich announced the engagement of Crown Prince Kup precht tu ilie IrlncuBH of WORD NEWS Our Own Correspondent nedues flay evening the local had a vis it from the Claresholm lodge and all had a right royal A team of the Nobleford brethren Initiated three of tho visitors into the third in cluding a who is going the The members from Clares holm complimented the work of the Nobleford team very and it Is the intention of the local lodge to chal lenge the whole of Alberta for the Couybeare cup in the very near fut Harris was a visitor at Calgary this The Lethbridge people who made the tour around the Monarch and Nobleford districts on Wednesday cer tainlyseemed to have had a good There was agood crowd Including a number offarmers and In habitants of the of has been paying a brief staying at the home of On Thursday and Friday evenings the local ball team were out for but unfortunately on Com meice proved to be too strong tor the local combination and on Frftay Bar ons repeated the Never practice well and the boot will be on the other foot in the near fut Owing to the absence on vacation of our pastor the services were taken last Sunday by Next Sunday the visiting minister will be the Grif Work on the new bank U now about finished and the staff expect to move in within a few Today they have been busy removing the safe from old premises to its new Miss Hunt baa obtained a school for tho winter about 19 miles north of She will commence her duties on September The tent mission which has been running here for BOOIO little while is still attracting good Work on the harvest is now general right through the tbe only of complaint by tUe farmers be ing a shottago of Among the latest of commission era or Alberta appears the name of MUs of this Cranfitown and Brie arrived here from a lengthy stay at the coast cities last Thursday who has been build Ing a nice little bungalow this sum mer ii as now got settled in hU new STUDY YOUR PLANTS NOW FOR NEXT YEARS SEED Do not wait until planting time next spring to select your seed Do not even wait until harvest time this Begin now by making a study of the is the advice given by specialists to potato growers who want to have seed that will nroduce the highest Potato growers should haVe a whfch may or may not be a part the main and from the best disease resistant plants in this which produce high yields of marketable sized select their seed for the following An area of one tenth or onefifteenth of the entire acreage will usually provide sufficient seed for the following seasons plant While It is an advantage to start the seed plat with selected the work may be begun during tho grow ing season with any itood stock of pro mising quality planted In suitable soil and properly cared best por tion of the should be selected for the seed It should be well frequently and thoroughly Frequent Inspection Several times during the growing season the seed plat should be inspect All and diseased hills and those showing varietal mix should be so that only the progeny of healthy hills of the correct variety will remain at harvest Plants showing stem rot either at or below the surface of the plants developing any type of abnor mal rolling of the those with mottled or crinkled and any plants that are stunted weakenel or that make unthrifty growth should be If practicable it la best to dig tho seed plat by care being taken to eliminate all low yielding hills and those producing an undue proportion of small or unshapely In harvest ingavoid unnecessary cutting bruis ing or other slnde the vitality of damaged tubers is and store the seed potatoes la slat Placethem as soon as possible after harvesting in a cool reasonably moist storage house provided with good ventilation and maintained at a temperature of 30 to 40 degrees Before the next planting tlmo the should be carefully worked over to remove all badly cut or bruised tub ers and those showing serious scab or black scurf and decay of any Tubers badly off type should also ho as should any showing ab normal discoloration of which can be of only at the time of If scab or black scurf is present in any It Is advis able to treat the seed by covering for 30 minutes in a solution containing 4 ounces of corrosive sublimate to 30 gallons of THE FOOT TOGGERY BOOTS AND SHOES FOR ALL The Latest Creations with highest quality for welNressed women9 A SENSIBLE SHOE In seal brown imitation wing welt medium A A A Price We have also a variety of colors as dark grey and wbite f a AA kid to lOtVV These are the last iu colored shoes we will NELSON THIRD ANO SEVENTH ;