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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 11, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta JULY THE LETHDniDGB DAILY JAGE SEVEN LATEST NEWS OF LETHBRIDGE AND THE SURROUNDING DISTRICT NO REASON FOR STOCK 10 BE PANICKY There Is no reason for farmers nnd Btookmen to become panicky about the feed declared Qital the district agent of the provincial Hovernment today after having com pleted a tour of his district for the purposeof making a special Investi gation Into conditions In this I understand that some stock own are making arrangements to ship their itock out ot the think that would be a very bad moye nt the present If wo have rain this or even the beginning of next there will bo a great deal of feed produced on cropped Haln within a month would also do wonders for the One has only to remember 1914 conditions to be assured that anything In the way of panic over feed conditions Is abso lutely unwarranted for several weeks Qually admitted that there be very little hay cut In the south country this and there will be a scarcity next But he also pointed out that to move Southern Al berta stock to Northern Alberta for winter feeding would be very for the reason that stock must be fed much more heavily and for a much longer period In the Hay from the north could be shipped In and fed In the south to much better advant He stated that the provincial government la now getting In touch with the districts In the north where a good hay crop is baing raised this and an endeavor made to put the southern ranchers in touch with thenorthern hay districts so that they may arrange for hay for ship ment to this district next Falrfleld of the experimental farm Is In agreement with Qually on this and urges thn slock qwners not to bo A Sheep Ranchers The sheepmen of tho district are taking full advantage of the mountain range this and already ton large bands have been taken Hacking of MagraUi with Minor and has just re turned from placing his sheep on the mountain told The Herald this morning the pasture there was better this year than Hacking took his sheep to the mountains last sum saying his winter Dur ing the winter he also fed hlg sheep about 1BO pounds of hay to each sheep being the Tho result was that his nheep sheared about nine pounds of wool this while his lamb crop was over HO per It pays to said My bought alfalfa hay last fall and fed his sheep through the feeding a little grain when and his sheep averaged within a shade of ten pounds of wool this That is nearly three pounds more than the average where the sheep are not liber ally fed during the and at the present price of wool that means about which is more than the cost of the extra winter And besides the lamb crop is so much hea vier that there is no question ae to whether It pays to Not Hacking is not worrying about winter feed for his He looks for plenty of rain later to bring along the crop so that it will make lots or feed In tho fields this while the range grass will be greatly benefltted as itwas In furniture store Seven farmer Bow not to be called before 31 farm hand W I Wllmot farmer mechanic E EXPECT BIG BEEMAN TELLSOFWORKOF M RED CROSS The following most Interesting let cr on the work of the Red Cross at he has been received by of from the well known doctor from Magrath July My Dear Somo two months ago when life was not as strenuous icre as It has been for the past few weeks I started to write you a more or less formal and elaborate letter about this end o tho Red Cross This letter was prompted by reading an account In an old Lothbrldge Her ald of of your meetings and the work yon have been doing in the Red Cross I tried to make this letter elaborate enough that youmight read It at one of your meetings arid five the people some Idea of how the Red Cross suppMes were used over here and how greatly they were appreciat I thought that might well do so 1 have now seen all phases of our work from base hospital to front from one end of thn line to the the clay I started my letter It was not fin then thirds been mo lively over here and It passed from my mind Tor a few Wfien did ililnk of It f had no to It WIIN passed Ultimately my kit hag received a soaking In the and the totter was So now that I am having a tow days oft in bed with a mild at tack of trench fever I wish to ex press to you personally a word of appreciation for the work that the Rod CrosB has done and for thn work that ymir branch hfls For tho thousands of small branches working throughout Canada make up tho enor mous fltock of material thai wo use hero You people In Canada work and give and in only a way do you learn of the result or re ceive thanks for your Here we draw upon the accumulated bulk of your work anfl gifts and we see the expending of A clearing Station hero In Franco could hardly be run without the help of the Red I am safe In say Ing that fifty per of our sup plies are drawn from the Red A motor lorrle Is Kent to Red Cross depot dally with an for wo may use as high UK pyjamas suits alone In a to say nothing of Let lie follow the of a wounded man through this clearing station and see what Red Cross comforts he He arrives here from the generally at night dr early with his clothing soaked in gas which burns and or it may be wounded and lying out in the rain and cold for AH soon as admit he is stripped out of his mud soaked freed from the ever NEWSPAPERMEN The dis tlngulshed company of Caua dlan newspaper men and jour nallsts who are visiting Rng land on the Invitation of the ministry of ar rlvnd at Station this at 4 present lice and put into a pair of Red Cross If gniwcd or he Is sent away to his particular tent the coming of the ambulance and where ho receives more Cross If wounded he proceeds to the operating room and therela repaired as well as possible with the help of no per Red Cross money and Bandaged up with Red Cross binders and bandages he Is taken to his ward or room and there surrounded by Red Rod Cross hot water he Is made as comfort able as A Red Cross bag holds his few personal a Red i Cross handkerchief wipes his Red Cross socks are on Ills Red Cross ajr pads ease his he becomesable to Red Cross delicacies tempt his Then ho goes to a base or stationary hospital via ambulance where he Is looked after and over 25 per of supplies and equipment are Red If lie goes 11 where he is still receiving Red Cross With your usual love for an argu I hear you what does the government supply Why do they not supply these thlngfl TlTey do supply the gross mater essentials and that Is Probably I am wrong when I nay the Tor without the Hod Cross we would lose thousands and thous ands ot our and untold suffer ing would It Is the things that You should see tho difference In the p mens faces when they are In a olean j suit of clasping a clean Itltle kit bag In one hand and probably look ing at a clean white hatidkerchlef in tho They look like different Those who stay it home and work and give cad feel that Ihey have had a part In this terrible struggle as well as those who havecrossed the There Is much more that I ehould like to but am not accustomed to writing In bed and 1 question whether you can read It or i hope you will take it In the spirit Iti which It Is for God known what we would do without fted Cross sup plies over Trusting you and family are Yours sincerely 4 SUBSTITUTES IN BREAKFAST July Can ada food board today issued an order providing In order to con serve by requiring the use of substitutes in the manu facture of breakfast now iimdn wholly or In part from 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 Lemon Juice For Freckles Girls Make beauty lotion at I home for a few Try itl WHITE GUARDS TAKE YARAOSTOW JJuly By Associated White Guards have occupied Ya a town 175 miles north east of and have cut com munications between Moscow and Russian Bolshevik forc es have been sent in the direction of Squeeze tho juice of two lemons into a bottle containing three ounces ot orchard shake and you have a quarter pint the best freckle and tan lotion and complexion beautl at very small Your grocer has the lemons and any drug store or toilet counter will supply three ounces of orchard white for n few Massage this sweetly frag rant lotion into the face arms and hands eiich day and see how freck les and blemishes disappear and how and white the skin becomes Yes It is Only exemptions were disallowed by the local review tribunal as against 21 disallowances the previous The board Is getting through about 50 cases going very fullyjnto all the details as supplied by the men employers and1 the military and the bona fide farmer Is receiving every consld Following are the details of yesterdays results Allowed till iBow farmer Row farmer far mer and ranchor Bow farmer farmer far mer farmer K farmer Grassy farmer Fow Bow farmer Ta farmer farmer Bow Island farmer Bow far mer farmer farmer Tar Grassy farmer farmer Purple farmer farmer farmer Purple farmer John Bow farmer Bow farmer Seven farmer farmer Bow farmer Seven farmer Bow farmer farm er Purple farm er Seven fur mer farmer Seven farmer farmer Pleasant farmer farmer Bow farmer Bow farmer Bow farmer Grassy farmer Bow farmer farm hand Purple farmer Medicine Allowed till August Lar farmer Bow farmer farmer Bow farmer Grassy farmer farmer Purple sheep ranch Taber Bow T That an average crowd of at least 2000 will attend the cessions of the Chautauqua here from August 12th to 17th inclusive is the belief of Convenor of the local com as expressed at a meeting of tho committee on accommodations I held in the mayors office this fore Le Moyne of the Chautau qua staff was here to mhke arrange ments for the staging of the enter and dlscues whether or not the Chautauqua should be housed this year in the Eckstorm where it was held lact or whe ther the tents provided by the cir cuit should be It was felt that tents would not be large as the seating accommodation IB only so if the auditorium Is again available It will likely be and better acoustic arrangements be The Chautauqua program this year is very according to the representative hare Among the feature speakers will be Edwin who thrilled a large audience In Wesley auditorium some weeks ago when he epoke on behalf of food con Salem who has also been heard will be an other of the Herbs who was heard to such good ad vantage here last year during the Chautauqua is still another Gibbons ot the 3rd who epent several months in a Ger prison and MIna a celebrated Japanese educa tor wii also be on the The musical numbers are superior to those offered last so It looks as If Dunham were not far wrong in his es timate of jan average evening attend ance of 2000 A COLLISION An Atlantic July fish ing schooner a crew of sunk a collision with the steamer Bristol off the New England Coast last All hands were pick ed up by the Bristol and landed here NEW TIRES cost money andeven the best of themsuffer tfwtn punc worn and blow We can save you able expense in the way of rubber bills If you bring your tire troubles to The practical modern meth ods In Automobile Tire Vulcanuing we make every job entrusted to durable and lastingly Lethbridge Tire and Repair Station Proprietor 305 Sixth SERVICE THAT SATISFIES 496 THIS IS THE MONTH FOR CLEARING OUT ALL SUMMER ALL ODD AND IT IS UP TO US AS MERCHANTS TO DISCARD PROFITS ON ALL SUCH WE HAVE GOT THE CUT PRICE FEVER OUR PULSE BEATS QUICKLY AND WE DONT EXPECT TO BE BETTER FOR TWO TAKE ADVANTAGE OF OUR BAD SPELL AND COME WHERE THE PICKING IS 50 White Skirts Priced from to Our July Sale Price 13 Ladies Silk Sweaters Just received by express the largest and best assortment ever stocked in the All the new makes and Our July Sale SEE THESE THEY ARE 500 yards only Stripe Galatea By a lucky purchase some time we are able to sell this lot for 30 cents per The wholesale price asked us last week for similar goods was Take Advantage of Our July Sale 30c Congoleam Art Squares We sell squares that are squares to square a square Why pay OUR PRICE FOR THIS SALE ONLY 6 feet by 9 1 feet by 9 9 feet by 9 9 feet by 10V2 9 feet by 12 40 White and Colored Dresses 40 WHITE AND COLORED among the lot some lovely nearly all sizes Our July Sale 13 THINK OF IT Dresses Dresses Dresses 50Ladies White Waists In muslin and some slightly Priced from to Our July Clearing 75c 80 Ladies Voile Waists Priced from to Our July Clearing each LadiesRaincoat Special 1 dozen New Tweed by priced from to To see these goods is to want The rest Is WE ALSO HAVE 11 RAIN COATS Plain from last These goods ware priced from f to Our July Clearing each SAVE THE Olivet Twist Suits Made in plain stripe sizes 2 to 5 July Sale Price only Childrens Rompers In galatea and The reafhot weather goods for little Our July Sale Price 75c Go Carts and Baby Buggies Having been potted by friend in the trade we stocked up last January at August price saving 20 on todays We give you the benefit of our early Over 100 to pick Look them Ladies Silk Dresses We have on hand 11 Silk from last year in i Taffeta and Our former price was to Our July Clearing only TAKE YOUR CHOICE Silk Dresses Our New up to the minute in col or and Priced from to Ladies Kid Gloves In black and We have about 150 pairs in all Our Belling price was We are out of 6 and 7 and wanting Jo buy more the manufacturer asked us We refused to pay this price and will clean out the line in our July Sale at Closest Inspection Invited We have the We Aim to Please HILL ;