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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 30, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHRIUCCiE DAILY UKRAZD FROM TSOXT Jml donieslfc vroductfi and womeus Trio vegetable and grain exhi bits called forth much flad were realty considering that this section of ihe country felt the dry spell perhaps more than any other sec quality of grain both thresh ed and was really and 1he truck was Alfalfa a Feature i The feature of ihe grain aud grass exhibit was ihal ot Dry dry but Bne alfalfa just the Tins exhibit proved beyond a doubt what tau be done oti dry even lu a dry with alfalfa and careful The Etzikom dtsricTpro pie argjproviog It in the south just as Charlie Kane bar proved l north ot Loth A Good Farmee President ot the ag rixultural a heavy prise winaer id llie vege tables andother He got a good many lie is a hard unassuming little with intense in the country and la hte own ability to produce anything that can reason ably be produced with scientific farming aad naid in this Cue of his feature ex hibits was that of preserved home grown He exhibited and many of grown rlgfaloc his farm soothwest of and grown to perfection good enough to satisfy the most exacting ot fruitlov It Is easy said white showing his exhibit to the Herald to grow this fruit Ift this Get youf windbreak firt that essential The fruit will grow all right it you give it the pro per Domestic Products Good domestic and so and the ex hibit o womens taucy wort done by womenr wss cue o the features ci the KUU was adnnrtyj by all who atended the Many remarked that it was as good as auy such aTaay plber air ibis Cue wouiiu of uaUcmaUty who lives near tikouK broughl In 44 exhlbU to the wumeas classes She got Rome good The Red Cross ladies during the day served oc Uio grpuuds aud netted a HardWoikiny Directors The lisrd ivorkpui Tu Ly the direc tors is worthy of aud they havo doie wonders fo th first the pre has been one of the men for the He has had able Vicepresidents Cooper aid liarrisQit and Secretary who were on the job all the I another was assist ing In the secretarial workTheOther liLertors are John Frel Yea R Ora Sam The fair Concluded last ntgU with a big dance at which hundreds wero Among those present from were President ot the board ot or the department of judging the grains West judging the represen tatives of the press and V REGRET AT BACON BAN Controller Ilaona today expressed regret at the baa on bacda Imports in and declared It had a matter for discussion with 1 been consulted In the mat ter it would have been the other said x The food coitl roller bin led that his order agarnst the use ol bacon crfi Tuesdays and Fridays might now be rescinded tut he desired to consult the council before making a de finite TRAVELS MILES A YEAR Outside of Wheel Is a Great Traveller An astute French mathematician has found that in certain watches the motions exceed two hundred mill Ion a year in Httle equal In the same time the outslda of the average balance travtls de spite this astonishing distance travel ed by the ordinary amount of power states the Popular Scieuce Woathljr for Aug One horsepower Is sufficient to run two hundred and seventy million This is probably all the watches that are in But If there should bo more there would be enough power left in the one huric power to run an adctttotial thousand watches or clothes here STRONG NEAT SHOES We ha e no better value to offer than our boys school Made of solid leather in black and tan Elk and box They are well comfortable and neat and we guarantee every You cant them in Then we have STOCK and all the other your boy ibefore Let us dress him up and youll have money leftr AVere selling lower than any other store and invite your Serviceable Suits That Wear Well youll be of him flressed In one of our They arc selected from neat patterns and will wear like See school or belter let yoiuboy Bee them and youll get one for WE HAVE COMPLETE OUTFITS FOR HARVESTERS THRESHERS hats ami all the oilier things rerjuired by a Also a large stock of Hudson Buy blankets hi all Our stock was bought oycr a year ago and we art selling at former We can save you dollars on your You as well The goods are as attractive as the See our of work shoes for at Selling regularly at ami THE PAUCE CLOTHING Bank of BILL 10 BEPUII E Will Limit Assents to Service Hill Be fore Large Crowd third rcadlns of tlie Canadian Nortiicra biil will carried louorroiv under the closure Notice to this effect was given by Str Thomas White on the eve of the adjourmuenl tonight of a uebate on an ameuduient to the motion for third moved by The amendtueut was oue provJJing that the award of ilieboard ot arbitration that fix the value of Cansdfan Northern Rslhvay btcck to be purchased by the government must not be accepted by When the adjourn ment ol the debate was moved by Sir Thomas White gave formal the closure to stating that tho deb ale had already been io progress for two and It vas necessarj that the bill should be disposed Ho added that with the the leader of the if he de sired to would not be confined to the time limit of 20 During UIB course of tho Sir Robert Borden mad an Important speech outlining the probable imllcy government rOEard to railway ia He said that when the jovernraehtacquired the Northern as was he would devote hisr best making the operation of Jieroad as efficient as any line In He regarded It as Imposs ible for any department of the gov ernment to undertake the meat of a great railway Hov ever this was a matter for the nest He believedit was necWiry for the railways and the get Inlhe immediate future and deal with the possibility I of having s system of co operative management of all the rail ways of The pooiinlon hart nearly He did not pretepc that this too much burtheinilcagewasnot ly distributed e should have less transcontinental operaUoniin managemer t there will iiinnBcessaryarid ab surd dapIIcatfoVof Hues Robert went on to say that In studying this it bCd beti bomBJ upon that tf the C by the Canadian1 Pacific Railway suit in the saving by the Canadian Pacific in by cooperative rnat nent this could be saved to Sir Robert said that he had gone1 yito this qneatlon wltli a number railwaj1 experts and they believed that sucha carried out It would produce two important it wotildsave enor mous sums in capital expenditure and would reduce Is Now Ottawa Atjg Military Service Bill now law Promptly at j this afterhboa Blabkrod ed members ofthehonse of commons tothe Mr Justice1 acting adtnlniatrator on behalf ofhis the Bral gave assent tothe There wJas a large attendance of both houses the of assent was greeted with In the commons when thehouse met Sir Robert up an im portant niftttr relating to the en forcementi of the bill Ho said that the local tribunals as provided by the act would consist of 21 half of whom to be named by a board of selection to be appolrited by joint res olutlon of the senate house Jt had heende dded that this baard should consist ol four from four from Onlaripi from each of the other provinces and two from the minister ask ed Sir Wilfrid Laurlpr to iioiniivitp 12 ol the members of the r Sir Wilfrid rose to replyjust when the i nocks of Blachrod an nounced at the door of the There was general laughter and cries of On the members frorfi the Sir Wilfrid said he found lilmselfIn a delicate position because olthe fact thathewas to the principles of the There were members of tlon who favored the bill and ottie who were opposed to the mil was of such importance ai it had now become was therefore the daty of to see that It was carrier aa bar jmonlously as Under aucli clrcunlstances be would accede to ihe i request of theprime In doing he would cbnJter with eral members whether thpy opposed or supported mea Third reading of the Military Vol bill was but Sir Wilfrid said that notice had not given atirl ashed that it stand Sir Robert said that the third ieifl fug had been moved undei a mlsapsrrc Consideration of the bill was there fore tho up the concurrence of WHlfam Pngsley objected to the vote of three rrffll dollars lor the Hudsons Bay railway The fin anclal lie wasbecom Ing The last loan had the country eight per cent to negotlat The realize the financial eoiValtfons confront the wai no he of spenultig RO ch fii ihe conapletin Involve other large expenditures eluding money required for the pur chaeo of the RteamBlilpa MrFugs ley asked ihe minister tn at least re Your Boy Will Want Orie of our School SUITS if You Let Him Decide lie likes a that will give him a manly jipiHaraiice for wliioli Santords clothing is stylish and splendid a boy knows lie is hard on his dothes and can sec that these suits will stand the hard wear he will give Youll Start Him Right Ifydii semi him to school in one of our Sanionls Mtus show them to Stock never was larger or x THAELL JOS Third Avenue South ularly wrong at the time this vote sliould be Frank Cochrane satd that a portion or the vote was necessary to the cost of a bridge bo lug con across the river This would involve an expenditure of Pugsley three mll 3Hi Cochrane the need not he spent even if it Is Macdonalfl objected to this should not be vot he it Is proposed to spend The government should exercise more 1 Macdonald declared lharthe government was appropriating rnonoy raised forwar purposes f or and Tinnecessary purposes nuce tho cicemmuro au Don There for the e stages From Our Own Correspondent miles f lying in the bend of the Iver and at the foot of the Porcupine nils with the mighty and their snow caps in thedis Is a farm that uptodate in ilmostevery Six sections enclosed by the wire fences that tho dividing lines from their The bnildings are all good Bams t ablesi Tdrive sh eds a ml corral s h aye unnlng irater all tne shedn for implements ground L greater part of this has all modern im provementsptWDll supplied with wat1 and all tliat will make the work of the hotisewifq is surrounded with a flower garden and a jgrcat of The wheat flcids1 covertwo sections of while other grains occupy of great producing ders were busy in Ihnae fieldaciitllng the will yield 25bushels of the golden grain per Beyond isllie coping oftrees that helps to make svery like ionic ift and liar nony ove Such a farm home s that of Farmer Cox was In towii this week few headpf beef averaged He reports the good in the llHtsJ hla fftrm ofrthretj quarterjsecllons with machinery and cr6p or a good arc belngjClosely pb res farmers report using a grcaler quan lily than they anticipated tTKe crops arc so much better than ex An aulb accldsntwas nvoldeit yea lerday the sudden thought of one ot our farmer friends who had his ma chine tfuder control at the crossing Ol B tfccl tVaa h were n6lCven dn old fencers torn thus Saving nl ii the cars Grocery Specials Phone 1766 JOR FRIDAY AND ONLY 20 sack Sugar and 1 of Blue Ribbon to C P Both for cash only per sptdal 75c Charles Evaporated 7 Creamery Buttenlb Hopv per Ib 45c per Ib 65c spec 2 pltgs 25c Puri Strawberry In 4 King Beach and Enpresc 85c Empreti Marmalade in 2 per tin 4Qc tins for Fairy Soda in 2 square pkgs special Pmk 1 Eb 2 tor 25c 25c ClarksSoup tn Special Z tins for 2ac H P per bottle 25c Welcome Washing spec 2 pkgs for 3un Ammcrt3 Dovrder pkg 10c WE DELIVER TO ALL PARTS OF THE CITY AND SELL ONLY SUPINA SON 230 THIRTEEN H STREET LETHBRIOCE AUCTION SALE Or Horses and Rigs PREjSTSNT STOCK OF THE PALACE ON i OCLOCK AT THEPALACE 15 head all soundj drivers and work light and double harness and other TERMS CASH Auctioneer f for SaleChoice farm lends BRITISHER SUNK British sleanishlp a vessel ol tons under charier to the Cunard has been sunk by a German1 suboMrlne according 16 dd Tlcei received hero today in Insurance circles Agents of the lino Bald thoy hafl Been Iniorfneil the vessel Was hull tliey tiaVe no particulars as to llie fate of the tren orvthe locality and date the shh destroyed The Asyrla froman Ametlcsn port Elifeland of j f BUYING A IN A GOOD JT WHEAT rfces choice West 500 under cut ivation 160 acres summer fallow 200 EurnmerfaHowed Utt buildings Half Cash MIXED half milt to school and Post 300 under creekand grass and Prlce Wince CATTLE lattli ana knee up hundreds of tons hay 4 sections sehotl on prsnilses Abundance of never freezes 2SC under cultivation Price acre deeded land of the above can be Handled wUh until December As thett plates are all flrirt claii and extra i will be well for prospective purchasers to Investigate them at as we hardly to be to duplicate them asjiln tMa sVjuion Harris NoWeford ;