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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - July 20, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta FIHDAY. JULY 20, 1917 THE LETHHRIDCR DAILY HERALD PAGE SEVER AreTfou Acquaint with (his Salt? FOOD CONTROL Great Britain, America and .Canada to Co-operate. There Is to be (ho closest poHfilblo cooperation between the nritish government, tho United States food administration and the Canadian food control commission. Such ip the announcement made . by Hon. W. J. Hanna, Canadian food administrator. Such co-operation in essential for victory. It must bo accompanied" by the individual co-oponition of every man mid .woman in the Dominion. Food irf- being wasted in hotels*, in restaurants, in clubs, and in domestic establishments. National expenditures on luxuries and uneBsentials are still large. Millions of dollars are neing wasted annually despite the'fact that Canada has been at war for over thirty-four months. There is extravagance in dress, extravagance In household furnishing, extravagance in the conduct, of commercial and industrial establishments. "Save and serve" should, ho- the. motto of every man and woman in the Dominion. Every dollar that can ba saved should be invested, in War Savings Certificates. Clean to handle. Sold by all Drug, ci.-.ta, Groccra and General St area. E F (Sweet Grass Advocate), Local residents of the Big Sag went of town are somewhat Interested and puzzled by the� gradual sinking of about 80 acres of the Beckmun ranch, one njllo from the old Lonetroe poat oillce, Hays the Geraldlne Review. Mr. Ueckman first noticed the depression about three weeks ago and at this time the area hnB settled from eight to fourteen feet. The sunken ground has left straight wall:: at several points, ttmonth and perpendicular, as though cut by a knife. In a number of places there are cracks several feet, wide to a depth of ten or twelve feet. The movement is not � mountain slide, for tho ranch is in the open prairie country. The edge of the drop or oaveln narrowly mtsKcd the ranch house and other building, and Mr. Bcckman fears a hoavy rain may wash away the ground underneath and Ratine thorn to collapse. Several residents of this vicinity have visited tho scone, having had their curiosity aroused by the reports coming from there, and there is much speculation to account for the earth movement. NEW DAYTON (From Our Own Corrcspondfitit) New Dayton, July 19.-Mr. and Mrs. John Rentz and family spent Sunday with Mr. GH> Moroland and children. Mr. and Mrs. Ous Kaupp held church services atr their residence Saturday morning. ' , . Mrs. Wm. .Beaton spent Thursday with MrB. Peterson. Mrs. Q. O; McDonald *ot New Dayton has for hev guests her mother and sister, Mrs. Pete and Miss Pete from Petrolia.-Ont: - � '�, . Mr. Craig- and Mr. Kjorvin from Nemiskam, spent Sunday with Mr. W. L. Morrical and family. Oscar Kingston and MY. Taylor spent Sunday at Raymond. Forrest Landls spent Sunday with Mr. Martin Thompson. Mr. and Mrs. Rosb Fisher called at the .Welsh ranch Friday evening. Mrs. Forslln called on-Miss - Edith .Sexton Sunday evening. Obo Wood called at the Welsh ranch Sunday. Mrs. Tudor entertained quite a number of the Ladies' Aid of the New Dayton Presbyterian church. After the regular business, a delicious lunch was served and a very sociable and pleasant afternoon was enjoyed by all. The next meeting will be held at Mrs; John Cress. - Some of the New Dayton people are enjoying a few days' -grating. Some have gone to the mountains and some 'to the Waterton Lakes. John Forslin returned home- Sunday. W. L. Morrical went to Raymond Monday'on business. STEWARDS Stewards capable of looking after Messing Arrangements officers and small ships com* pany are wanted for service during the war on the ships now being com*, missioned for Canadian Naval Patrols Applicants must be British subjects of 20 to 50 years. Wages $1.50 a day and $25.00 separation. Free food, lodgings and kit. BOY STEWARDS under 18 will alio ba required. Pay, 50c. a day. Nearest Naval Recruiting Office, or to the Department of the Naval Service, Ottawa. JJcpiirtmcot of Navul Sarvioe, OTTAWA. IF, Cohihurst, July IS.-Mrs. Thos. llarrle who was discharged from tho hospital last week was taken back to the Gait hospital on Monday, whero sho Is now making good progress. .Mr. and Mrs. Albert Firth and Miss Firth spent tho week-end at Hlalr-more on an auto trip. Joe Katcbford left last, week on a vacation which he will spend in Nova Scotia points. Miss Alnedonald left on Monday afternoon for Calgary, whuro -ihe will spend a short holiday. We are sorry to learn of the death of Harry Dekker, a farmer north of this district, who died in the Diamond City Hospital, following an operation for appendicitis. Tho dry weather is making a number of farmers consider more seriously tho irrigation proposition. During the last two wet years they thought that there was no need to irrigate but they are now feeling that irrigation is a splendid thing to fall back upon in an emergency. The lumber and materials for tho new manse arrived this week and work will be started right away. Over two-thirds of the total cost has been paid, all the lumber and hardware having been paid for on delivery. The Ladles Aid are to be congratulated on the success which has attended .their tireless efforts. The provincial red cross secretary in a persona^ letter to tho writer says: "We are delighted that Coal-hurst is doing such splendid Ked Cross work." it is encouraging to the workers to know that their efforts are resulting in so much success and the record of what has beei\ done ought to be an inspiration to even more and greater work In the future. A number of ladles met at. tho church on -Wednesday for an auto trip to West Lethbrldge, whore the regular Ladies' Aid meeting was held at the home of Mrs. Neldlg. Mrs. Ed. Dixon was the hostess and a very enjoyable time was spent. The Red Cross society has arranged for a dance to be held some time in the month of August Full particulars will be announced at a date. John Macleodi our genial', waterman, Is .sick with 'the measles' hut is making good progress. . Miss Sarah Mc.Keagan returned to Coleman on'Wednesday. Mrs. W. J. Robertson of, West.jLeth-bridge went to the Gait hospital this week and will undergo an operation. The school trustees have appointed Miss Marlon Stewart and Miss Catherine Disney to tho teaching'staff of tho Coalhurst school. Miss Knowles, the principal, will be back after the holidays and the school will" be reopened in September wlth\ three rooms in operation. IMPERSONATED A {Sweet. Grass Advocate). About the easiest way to make ready money,' according to Hollls Bulger's way of thinking, was to Impersonate an officer and demand of a Canadian about to enter the country at Sweet Grass, the $8 head tax, required of aliens who came into this country. - He attempted to collect tho money, but instead of getting the $8, he managed to get himself in jail charged �with acting as emigrant Inspector, bureau^ of emigration department of labor. Although he pleaded not guilty when the charge was lodged against him, through the advice of IUb attorney, Thursday he pleaded guilty. This was Bulger's first appearance before the court and as he has a wife,in Portland, Judge George M. Bourquin sentenced htm to 10 days In the county Jail, explaining that he had lost ills civil rights and that these could only beyrestored by a pardon from the pre-, siilent.-Helena Independent. Pure Food Markets Saturday finest fresh-made Creamery, per 8b. # Finest Fresh-made Farmeri' These are the BEST Butter Values in the City Smoked Boneless Shoal-ders, whole or half, lb. RBU DOMINION - MARKET - COB. 4TH AVE. & 6TH ST. S., PHONE 1654 CO. Ltd. MAIN MARKET-3RD AVE. SOUTH, PHONES 412 &. 1388 PALACE MARKET-I3TH ST. N, PHONE 431 Are you wondering where you can get good, serviceable, stylish and well-made Suit  t. .... . At Thaell's Custom Tailor, 608, 3rd Ave. S. HERE'S THE ANSWER! Swaet Grass Advocate-As a warning to many welcome visitors from the fair Dominion of Canada, it is wise to remember that the war measure act requires all males under 45 to report to the immigration officers before crossing the line. For failing to do this on July 11 a commercial man from Mai'lcod paid $100 and costs at the local tribunal. All 4-4-18. W 4th. All 5-4-1S, W 4th. All C-4-1S. W 1th. All 9-4-18, \V. 4th. S. E. 22-4-18, \V 4th. N\ Vi 2S-IU8, W 4th. Ad M. ACTING PRESIDENT. London, July 19.-According to the Morning Post's Tien -Tain correspondent, Feng Kwo Chang has yielded to 14 Yuan tiling's urgent request that fie accept, the post of acting president of China. LETHBRIDGE SCHOOL DISTRICT NO. 51 Painters and Decorators Tenders marked "Tender for slating Hyloplate" will be received by tho undersigned until July 31st, for Slating approximately 919 s i ibed lands at tho Court of Confirmation held at Warner, Alberta, on the 9th day of September, 1916, and unless such lands arc redeemed on or before the ninth day of September, 1917, the Hnid will be absolutely forfeited for nonpayment of taxes. Pated this eighteenth day of July, 1917. THOS. A. BPACKMAN, Secretary-Treasurer. Rural Municipality oft Warner. No. SO. East Vj 14-4-lfi, W 4th. N. E. V* 24-5-16, W 4th >6. W. �,i 13-6-16, W 4th, :.'W. % 28-4-17, W 4th. �8. E. 29-4-17, W 4,th. i'rS. E. 3C-4.W,,W'4.tfc. N. E. 6-6-17, W 4tK. S. W.%M�|�-WV�*........... 0. ft 3-418, W 41k. Going Out of Business! DeWolf riety Store WE MUST APOLOGIZE TO THOSE. WHO COULD NOT (jrJBT, WAITED ON, ON SATURDAY.--WE ARE PUTTING ON MORE HELP. ' -  EVERYTHING yWILL BE SOLD AT COST UNTIL CLEARED OUT SEE OUT! PRICES ON OPEN STOCK DINNER PATTERNS Corner 4th Avenue and 5th Street 34 ;