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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 5, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta DECEMBER 1915 K DAILY PAGE SliVKN HARVESTS FLAX DURING DECEMBER Has Binders In Moisture Conditions Arc Fairly Good Hanrestlng In Decemtar Is n most unusual occurrence In the Foundation nt can clalnt the rttatlnctlon of be ing able to on harveitliig opera lions during the pMt bast summer they seeded a IUIR crop of flax on tlielr big new Cameron ranch in which owing to the Ory did not show nny en couraging Cattle were turned In on the but lato this fall the flax appeared to be much better than had first So the binders were put to work nnd are now taking of what Is left of the which wll seed for a similar acreage next This Is much better than the company expected to That moisture conditions are really Tory encouraging In the country to the north of the Is stated by farmers from tho Nobleford The sleet storm of yesterday provided much more moisture It gave evidence of and on top of that the heavy OR durltt the night lidded to the moll In the Tho Bummerfallow on Noble armn Is In splendid There are acron of this altogether on he Noble and ft nil evi dence of nnouRh moisture now to ger minate next even though t should receive no mote during the ft anticipated that thert will be very little crop on plowing next The fall plowing tWfte In the south this fall and the rrop of year will Be snrnmerfal and sprint FRENCH WEPI AND NITURNIO TO iUT ARRESTED one of them a who formerly lived In have found means of returning but have been dis covered and They had taken advantage of the homeward movement of prisoners and Interned civilians from Germany to Amuggle themselves Into France and their way to this Their plea was that the armistice terms per mitted their 19 STAMPIO OUT has been completely stamped out in and lait patient dis charged from quarantine yesterday The last ttjjp Spanish in fluenza patlenti have arso been given a clean bill of and the enter gency hospital THE OF CO SIR EDMUND tandem AMI qenL IAN BANK ERCE JOHN Supt of Ccnwal WMttm Bmncta MEN ON RELEASE naane With When Canad ians Released Them From The Hun Hondagc mm SIILL HAS CHANCE ITS The following Interesting letter IKIS been received from Jim Hooker of Ilia liy his family hern Now that an opportunity in want to give you a few details of my recent Wn have on the niovo time trying to keep up with and following tho About eight days ago we camo to a villftgr that had hewn oc cupied by tho enemy since August and when first entering the vllj the people looked scared and sur prised to nee They were camouflaged Huns but their surprise was tlmy rushed j ouTand embraced the first ones they j Oet Iortmiu of Duncan mininer til1 auriiiil turo for Mini Rutherford were to the Saddle nnd Sirloin cinli lust Professor m present ing the Marshall eulogized Marshalls In promote Ilic livestock Industry In Ciimida and for Ihe serving he had rendered thn In ternational Llvfisioek present ini Hiuher fords ronjriiniated Canadas livestock producers on HIP recent ap pointment of Hiiilieriord as niemlior v the Canadian Railway saying thai H was the first time that they had had In that body a member who had ven a re mote idea of the I he tiensh alile of a train of Rutherford responded A GOOD The money you save earns interest when deposited In our Savings and both principal and interest are safe and can be obtained when Why keep in the home more money than is needed for immediate purposes Lethbridge Manager Warner Manager Milk River Manager FARMERS BUSINESS For the past 54 this Bank has given particular attention to the business of We have helped many over the rough and have aided many more to the highest plane of We are prepared to extend you every aid within legitimate banking Come in at any time and talk over your affairs with You are always BANK Head Office OF CANADA LE1HBRIDGB MONARCH NOBLEFORD Established Aotwg Actiaj This Is your Puncture Insurance The famous Tolioer Guarantee Miles without a Puncture or a New Tube FREE handwritten signed and right into every Tollver your It your Puncture Imuranwlt Pledge of Unfailing Think what a Guarantee like meana youno qutbblrar no no beating around the busha FREE if any Tollver ever fails to glre you at leant of Service Without a TOUVER PUNCTUREPROOF TUBES DO AWAY WITH TIREWORBY TOLIVER PUNCTUREPROOF enable to along without giving a thought to the wire and tacks in the They add a joy to Going without puncture protection NOW it not only and a downright You can get along without tnla kind of protection U you but when you DO have a puncture and have to get down on youv to tug and wrestle and pbund at a youd give almost any reawmable amount to get out of work end to MVC Tollver PunctureProof Tubea are uvt monty in the long They made of pure rubber and by the Tollver cannot got dry aa4 no matter how hot the weather may They with air and put In the tires in the can vulotnliod They and bold air Alone means a big iavlng because it does away with or low air and it is an acknowledged ftct that most tlrss are ruined on account of not being Inflated up to the correct With Tollver Tubes in your Tires this Is away tires cant get soft and and the danger of blowouts Is re duced over 76 per Tolivers have been making good for thrsa of them are now in use on pleasure delivery cars and Women drivers especially appreciate them because they lessen the danger of tire ALLEN JACK AGENT FOR AND DIATOM I SECOND AVENUE OPPOSITE LETHBRIOQE HOTEL officers or They laugh ed and cried and nearly They gave the troops hoi coffee and everything they for their joy was so they never imagined that they would ever be liberated from thn Before evacuation the Huns stripped the place of all even down to dogs and The firstnight I slept under cover In a the old man andhis wife made me take one of their beds and even dried my boots and sox for I remained up quite late trying to tell them of our recent advances as they had been cut off from communication with the outside world for more than four years and knew absolutely noth ing except what the Hun had them and the Hun must be a hard I have heard many stories oC all sorts of the punishments and fines Inflicted upon Tho church bells would have rung in all the villages had they not been remov ed by the They also topk back with them all men from th age of 14 to At present we are in and have been for sometime a fine 1 have never had euch an office as this am at present In a large country house in its own There is and fine stuff too and a The major has a furnished carpet on fancy tables and finely carved chairs in his The or derlys room is what I would imagine to be a ladies sewing and work large French windows leading out to a verandah where there is a lovely country the other tlerk and I are in clover we sleep on the floor but what do we care for a soft bed has noxattractfon for us we have been used to all kinds hard floors for so There is another thing that I must mention before I When our in fantry came through they were fight ing Fritzs rear patrols from behind houses and the French folk wou d show them where Fritz was and would clap their when Fritz could not get My pen could not describe in a fitting way the scenes that occur I might say joy and excite ment of the people was a very stirring sight to witness and I was very much stirred and excited Everyone wanted to shake hands and tell us how pleased they The Dlctures that ypu very often see in the papers are no as we have witnessed similar cases oursel ves 1 think I could go on writing for hours about it all but think these few lines will give you a fair idea of tho French peoples There will be a wonderful rejoicing when the Hun is cleared completely out of which 1 think will be Please tell me if you receive this K CANADIAN PRISONERS FAIRLY WELL OFF thn condilion of Canadians repatriated is better Khan The mnn mostly look fairly well Tho chief j defect is the lack of and many are about 300 Canadians have boon brought out of being nifn who were mar shalled and forwarded by the Her man Then must be others not in regular prison but working bohiml Direct ly news of tho armistice Her man troops told the prisonerlaborers to clear Somo made for Holland and being without money and lacking clothing and may have died by the Prob ably the fate will never be known of many of theso poor NEW FISHERY DISTRICT All the lakes in the northern boundary country where Alberta and Saskatchewan meet are to bo for fishery in spection purposes into one under the control of Alberta offi chief fishery officer for the two is in the city In connection with proposed Changes and developments in the in and announces the opening up of a number of new lakes as one of the most significant features of the INCREASE IN PAY Increase of 10 per in piece work pay for men employed at chipping and drilling and in steel shipyards of the Atlantic Delaware Gulf coast and Great Lakes shipyards is given in an award tbifay by the shipbuild ing labor adjustment DISCOVER COMET The comet discovered by Schorer of Hamburg University on November 23 was observed on November 30 from the naval observatory at Washington and the Yerkos observatory in Wis according to telegrams re ceived by Harvard University astro The comet is very being of the 14th and ia visible only in large It is in the constellation of not far from the star Request Natural Resources Has Not Keen Finallv Turn ed Down is a Rood chance of Alberta control of its natural after accord Ing to John Kovonumnt ff llrlnney who vfturnnd Sunday from tho Inlnrprovinrial conference 111 Nothing definite lias been I done and there IH no indication of what lines the Dominion authori tics will lake In I ho of Ihn but their was distinctly and Hie of tho western provinces liyno means been turned diMpile reports ami statements lhat would lo hat Tho sit uation Is one that has real grounds for and the conference I marked a decided gain from the wests point of OrderinCouncil Coining j After tho main conference between Hie several premiers and Ih federal it Hie hitler met separately with western and insurance was Riven them that an order infonneil would lie paused em liodyiiiK the IcrniH upon whleh the Do minlin Kovprnmenl would wllliiiK i in turn over the natural I what terms will he it not yet there at least a pri sihllity they will he such will satisfy liolli and Ihe erii There was no unfriendliness towards I lie on tinpart of the maritime provinces and Qnphec and Their position was sim ply i hat asked for cash nilbsiil les if the wesl wer Riven its resourc es a eniitinuancf of the proseiit It was therefore i matter of how much i lie federal treasury stand in payiiruna to the prov The nueuiinn of a possible re duction Ihe amounts paid lo Al berta and its was not Fair Settlement Expected Reid took with him to Ottawa a he had compiled the revenues that had already betn produced by crown lands in the According to these which were submitted to confer Dominion had received no less than from sale of lands and the administration of other resources In the three The request put forward by western delegates was that the re sources be given to the provinces and the continued In I Inn of HIP crown lands lhat had already beon The reasonableness of thin was not so fur ae the nonunion authorities were corf anil Ihe promise finally rnadfl by Arthur minister of 1 was taken ias ground for expecting some feaslbln settlement Ot the ninttnr In dun Conference Did Good j A better niiderstanilinK of the Hide of the Ottawa was gain led by tho provincial representatives as result of tho says and on the other hand understand nnd appreciates more fully the way Hie provinces foul in the In there would Ijn a mutual and it was felt that the iwairie country hud good reason to expect tangible gain from Nn difficulty had arisen In the course of the and the promised order incouncil would he awaited with it camo noihing could be said aa to how the would be disposed of for Hie federal authorities had not an i nounced their ACCEPTS RESIGNATION Wilson has accepted the resignation of Bernard Baruch as chairman of the war industries live January and has agreed that tho war industries board to exist as a government agency on that mm MAY BE IN That formerly adjut ant of the Letlibridge has gone with the Canadian forces is the news contained In letter from former commander of the Capt Porter Pryce1 Jones is now with the Fifth army In j and has had for somo j time of the German prisoners and their PryeaJones writes as follows i By the time this letter reaches i 1 expect the enemy will have sur rendered Just now f am living in one of the recently cap tured villages which the enemy hur riedly evacuated without time to take all the civilians with Some of our boys were first in and they got a tine But Fritz blew up all the bridges and factories and left hidden mines all over the I nan gone to Wallace still with the forestry bat NOT MOBILIZING BUENOS Per uvian legation here declared today that Peru was not mobilizing its The minister has been Informed by the foreign office that Peru intends to take no military despite Chilean Adlerika DidIt 1 had paiu in the pit of my stomj no sour stomach aud very much Doctors could not help me The FIRST dose of AUlerika helped Signed Henry j Luke Adlorilcu expols ALL gas and sour i stopping stomach distress IX Kmptles BOTH upper i and lower flushing EXT1R1C alimentary Removes ALL foul matter which poisons Often1 CURES Prevents ap have sold Adlerlka many It is a mixture of buck1 glycerine and nine er simple Htginbotham NOT WAY OF GERMANY is re ptgted from Warsaw that sold iers from AlsaceLorraine were taken prisoner by the have refused to return to their homes by way of They are being housed temporarily in barracks offered by tUe Polish Peace Hath Her Victories s anJ The duty of tvciy man now is tn poviJe a living for onJ his and help in the recon struct inn of The great call it still for Oilier industries may col but agricukure must FARMS 20 YEARS TO PAY Open the to prosperity and Inde Hrairielamlji i irrigated Und up o Land is being rapidly mktn fur free booklets and full Aim Gtal lands 1st CALGARY HOW MANY BEANS IN THE JAR The Hudsons Bay is giving away u Victory Horn fin1 the nearest These marks on Footwear distiafnuth a Dominion Rubber System Product Canada Needs Her ManPower and Her Aye and her too she wants no this winter no offices made nor homes nor schools poorly attended because of colds and grippe and due to wef Wear rubbers and keep Get rubbers for the children so can keep To wear your or shoes in the rain or snow is poor economy when good rubbers that cost so little save your shoes so Theres a and shape for every shots for women and in these six brands of wellmade sold by the leading shoe stores Jacques Cartier Merchants Maple Granby Dominion Daisy Ask for these brands they give the best ;