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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 5, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta DKCRMBEIX 5, i'-MS Noble Has Binders in flax Moisture Are Fairly Good Hurmlliic In December la cerUU H njoat unusual occurrence Itt Alberti, )iul the Nobla Foundation at Noble rorJ, can, claim Iho ilfslliictlan at IK- ing ablo (o.carry on harvesting opera- ttonH (luring Ih'a put few Veehi. Last cummer Ihcy a bilge crop or Bax on luclr Cameron ranch pioporly, In wlilcli owlue lo Die weather, did npt show uny on Csille were lurnei! In on tho stuff, bill latu tills tall Ilia flai nppearcil to lie much belter than It liad Bret shown' Bo tlic binders were ]njt lo work nud are now taking of wliat la left of tlie crop, wlilcli wll lirovfde aceil for a similar acreae'ct' an'1 lllcrn no Indication livestock proilueerA nn Ihc? rccfciil au-! Dominion uuthori- pointnient of Dr. llmhrii-fonl a.-i i lies will uU Iu of llio member of llio CanaOLin Jlallway but. I .etr attittule. say.s Mr sayliiR that It was V.-QS distinctly favor.ibl..-. and first Lhnc that had that a member wluj luil a Idea of IMP valim nr ihc able nature of a irniu ol tatilt. Kiillic.-fonl hrleHy. CANADIAN "PRISONERS FAIRLY WELL FARMERS' BUSINESS For'the past years, this Bank has nrjvcn particular attention to the business ol Farmers. have helped many over the rough places, and have tided many more to highest of success. We are prepared to extend yoa eveir aid within legitimjite practice. Come in at any time and talk over your affairs with ua. You are always welcome. Mic request, of ilio weaiorn province1; liy'-io jjioaiis Ijcen d p-i pi 19 reports aud statements i would tee-in to point, tliat way. Tlio nation IH one hus real for and the confcrenco iciai'keil a decided gain from (he 1 potni of OFF[ Ofder.jn Council Coming Generally tho In belter Chan The men louk fairly well feJ. chief ilefect Js ihe lack nl boots, and many arc 'footsore. Altogether about 300 CanadtanB have UCPII brought out o( Germany, being men who were mar- sh ailed acd forwarded hy ihft (Jer- authuriilee. Tiiore must Itc others'not In regnlir i-amnb, but working behind (lie lines. Direct- ly news "of tho armistice c.-.me, had i-Dmyilfcd bbowlfift I nounoid ilieir dcclsloa. revenues thjt lintuj produced liy the crown lands tn [tie ACCEPTS RESIGNATION According to Llieac- llgnres, i these wltlch buhinLtted lo ilic-, vm-e, the Dominion lia'l received no than 313.0QO.GOO from sales of lands and thu udmfntslratiou of other resources In the llnce iiruvlnces. request jiut forward by ihe western delegates was that, ilia re- sources IJB given to the provinces and WASHINGTON'. Dec. 4.-PrejLdenl Wilson has accepted Ihe resignation of IImiard iL Haruch as chairman uf ihe war indualrles board, effen- tive January 1, and lias agreed lhat the war industries board ceaso tu exist, aa a javL-mpJcot agency on that dale. MCRCHANTS BANK Head Office: Montreal.- OF LE1HBRIDGE BRANCH, MONARCH BRANCH, NOBLEFORD BRANCH. CANADA, 1894. R. J. DINNIfSG, V. A. EBERLY, AelU kind of nrotectioi It you wlib. but wlien you DO hate a puncture and bate to gel down on your knees lo lug and wrsjtlo and pband al a you'd give almost aoy reafouabte amount lo get out of tha work and tc the delay. TcllTer.Punclure-Proof TMtwu are aavt moniy in the loif run. Thaj iro mads ol part rnclxr und proofei by Ibe Patented.Tollver Cir.col dry. aid crack, no mailer how bol the vcalher maf b-i. They raTiaM with air and nut In the Urea la tie uaul can ba TUlcanlwd They an BM-ptroua and bold alone means n bKiute ll doel away with .nodtr-lnlUllon, or lew air pmaarcr and it la fln Fact that molt tires are ruined on account of not being Inflated up to the correct preaenre. With TollTcr TnMs in your Tlret thli la' djine away Urea can't aoft and rim-cut, and tbe danger of blpwouli fi re- duced over Jo per cant. Tolivera have been making good for Ihrte of Ihem are now In uso. on ploaauro cars, delivery cars and trucks, n'omcn drivers especially apprecitle them because (lies- lessen Ihc danger of lire troubla. ALLEN JACK AGtNT, FOR AND OUTHM 3ECOND AVENUE OPP08.TE LETH1RIDGE WOTEL Its own Rroduda. There la (anil flne stuff loo) and a piano. The major has a furnlBhed room, CiTpet on floor, fancy tables and finely carved chairs in his joom. Tho or- derly's room Is what I would Imagine lo be a ladles' sewing and work room, large French windows leading put lo a verandah where there Is a lovely country view, tho other clerk anil I are In clover liera, we sleep on the floor hut what do we care for that, a aoft bed lias noVaUracllbn lor ua noir, we have been used lo all kinds ot hard Soors for so Jons. There la another thing Lh'flt 1 must mention before I fantry came through-they, were fight ing Fritz's, rear patrols from behinr louses and the French lolk woulc show them where Fritz was end w'o'uW clap Iheir haqda when Frill could nol get them. My pen could not describe .n a fillips way the scenes thai occur j ray Joy.-aud ment of the people was a very Bight to witness and I.was very mucli illrreJ and excited too. Everyone wanted lo shake hands and tell U; hoy pleased they were. Tbe nlclurcs tbat ypii very ottci aee in tbe papers are HO (afce, as w> have wilneaseil similar casea ourse ves I Ihlnk 1 could go on writing "o hours nbout it all but think theac fe' lines will give you a fair Idea ot th French people's Joy. There wonderful rejoicing when the Hun i cleared completely out of France which T IhlnV will be soon. Pleaao tell me it you receive thi O. K. NEW FISWERV DISTRICT KDMONTOX, Dec. Ihe lakes Q the noi'tbern bovmdftrj' country hero Alberta and Saskatchewan iceL are to bo put Tor fishery lu- [nto one district, nder tbc control ot Alberta oi'M- lale, A. Davidson, chief fishery fflcer for the' two provinces. Is In IB city In connection ivith proposed lianges and developments in the lii- ustTy, -and announces the opening p of a number of now lakes one f the most features ot tic situation.J INCREASE IN PAY WASHINGTON, Dec. 10 per cent, in piece work pay for nen employed at rivctling, chipping aud caulking, drilling and reaming, n steel shsnT'aMB of Uie Atlantic coast, Delaware river. Gulf coast and Jreal Lakes is given n .an award {o'tfav by Ihe'shipbulld- ,ng "lahor adjustment .hoard. DISCOVER COMET CAMBRIDGE, Mass.', Dec. cooiet discovered by Prof. Schorer ol Hamburg UnirerMly on November 2! was observed on from ihe naval obsefvalory al Washington and the Yerksa observatory In "Wis cpnsin, a.ccordtng to lelegrams re- ceived by Harvard University astro nomere. The comet is very faint being of the Uth magnitude, and ia ible- only in large I Is in the consteliation ol Taurus, no .from the star Alilebaran. -i-Ka That Capt. llardisty, formerly adlnt- Dominion Rubber Syst Product Did It! "I liail paly in the pit nf niy slou ach, 110 appetite, sour stomach very much gag. Doctors could not iielp jiiic. The FIRST tloss of Ailkr-i-ka j helped me." (Sisiied) Henry Welp, Lake View, Adlcr-i-kii c.tpcla ALL sis ami sour- 1 BtoiipinE stomach dislrcss IX- STANTLV. Kmpttu BOTH anil lower liov.'el. [lushing ENTinl'.' nliinenlary canal. Hemovcs Toul rnalter'whieh poiions aysicm. Often v: i- i rnaer anl or Ihc Lelhbnilge IliiWanders. I'revenls his gone with the Cnnaillaii forces to j We luvo EOl.l np- Sllerla, is Ihc news conlained in a letter from I.leut. Col. Prycc-Joiies, former commander ol ihc K11UE3. to Capt- Geo. Porter here. Col. Pryce j Jones Is now with the Pillh army in France, and has had cliaree for1 some' __ time or the German prisoners j nnd Ihelr supplies. Col. Pryce Jones writes as lolloivs: j "By tho time this letter readies you, I expect will have anr- rcnjcrtrt iinconbitlonnHy. Just BOW I am living in one of the recently cap-j lured villages which tho enemy hur- riedly evacuated withcut lime to lafco I nil the civilians with him. Some ot i our boya firat in iierc, anil Iliej lot a flue reception. But Fritz blew up all Ihc bridges and factories and left hhldon mines all over tlic place. Hndlity, I fcah gone (o Siberia. Iwdtaec Is still with Ihe forcslry bat- talion." many years. It is a mixture of buck-1 Ihorn, caseara. glycerine r.iiil nine er simple D. Eliginbolhaiu kt (.'o.; Ltd.. druggists, Lethbridge.-- i Artvt-rlisciuenl. NOT MOBILIZING BUU.VOS ATRES. Dec. Per- uvian legation here declared today that Peru was not mohiliiing ils arroy. The ralnlsler has lieen Informed, by the foreign offlco lhat Peru Intenila