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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 8, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE TWELVE THE LETHIRrae DAILY HERALD FRIDAY. JUNli 1017 TIII-: HKHO THE HOME GUARP: "Gosh, ihey're coming at me in massed formation.' McConnell in Toronto PASSENGERS PEKISIl IN L1FKWUT Lite bo3t from Hie torpedoed steamer Alawick Caslie in which a number ol sur.-ivcri reached the linlp harbour of Carlna Among them was ilie first officer M'r. Btack- They suffered from hunger and eiposure nnd several sacccumbed- VISCOUNTESS CURZON aud lo the City's liUratlon plant I'O bv the the day's 10 ONiTERSW Provincial and Dominion Offici- als Will Farmers Here Juwe 22nff It (lie fanuws-aniMown and tillage eommunUlES of and Saskaichewsii eanuol be told M something to Their advantage In re- gard to Iho vital mailers ot supplies of water (or their households aud ifcplr live stock at the conference railed by ihe Board of Ti-iuc for Friday. June 9.30 a.m.. it will certainly not because ihc very besl brains (n Canada will not be available for discussion of (he subject Mr, D. D. Dowllng of the Geological Survey will be inYethbrldse (or a few days prior lo the conference In order lo direct affairs ao that Ihe greatest care may be given, to the ar- rangements ol thft programme, and ID that everything of Importance tint Is brought out may bo properly re corded. I LOVE YOU. MOTHER (Meier arranged by "military n "1 luff you. "QSrnnny Now chusl lei Auitrli rtiop your head: j dq It nut leave w For Iff you don't you'll slarl wtf." '1 luff you, Russia." Germany said; ''Let Austria yhop Serbia's head; Your tofctnizmr. too, must cease, Or Gott know you spoiled ,lha ''I luff you Genaany said; your soldier's pants are red.) My troops lo Paris DOW 1 send Because, you Iricud." see. you're Russia's locals are advised lo send representa- tives, aod "Jr. H. Wood the presi- dent of the United Farmers of Al- befia win bo present, as well as Mr. E. Dunham ibe vice-president In Lethbridgc. HOD. Duncan Marshall "Is coming, Bod he will brlug with hlm'a gentle- man' who'has Ibe power of divining water, and whose success in that dir- ection has been unfailing. On. Ih'e scientific side, best authorities. .In Canada, will ,be repre- seiiltu' ID" Professor B." MacaUum, the" 'chdfrraih president' C. Murray, .of' the honorary advisory .'council (or Sclent Mfic and Industrial Hie council Is making a special study ol the subject of well waters. The commission-ofcdnservation U" sending Mr. XcnnlcWand Mrr. Vr White; and the department the'C? P. H. that has charpe-'of Crater findiug aud well operations (or locomotive use will-be represent1; ed by Mr. E. L. Landorph. :t-: Amongst the "other scientific men' will be Dean Howes of the Faculty of Agriculture oi the University of Alberta; .Mr B. F. .Drake, Superin- tendent and Mr. F. H, Peters, Com- missioner, both ot the Dominion Irri- tioji Branch; Dr. J. U. Rutherford, M. G.r superintendent of tbe Ag- cultural and Animal Industrial __jh oE tho Canadian Pacltlc nail- ay; Mr. S. S. Slipper of Geolof- al Survey; Mr. H. SxCarpenter' 61 e Highways Commission ot an: and Mr. A. S. Dawson, Chief nglneer of C. Irrjeatioh J- -f. t- It" Is "also" eipected'that Mr.'B. L ork of the Dominion Timber-' and razing. Lands Branch will aiso 3if, H. U- PearsCE 9t .l.he anadian.AVeslexn Natural Gas Co. The Thole Ics will be thoroughly threshed out; I arious methods ol Weil-drilling Tflll I e discuEsed, and cphsidcrable light 111 be thrown on the besl and cheap- st melKods of drilling; the avail- bility ol well waters in various dls- icts; methods 0[ damming coulees holding up surface walers; ip- roaches tor cattle to river and lake percolation of water from Irri- ation ditches; collecting" TOO! ,waters rom buildings; filtering water, 'and rat Lie a I methods -of act there will be little in connection with water supply that will not're- eive attention. A large attendance of farmers and iielr-wives from the surrounding; dls- rlcts is expected; and-it will be wou- erfol it they do not learn something A new portrait ol the beant.Eal wife o[ Visconnl Curzbn. -who Is fte Earl ITowe'a heir and a commander [a the H. V. R- Efe'was Jn the "Quefin Elizabeth" all.through the Dardanelles operations. Lady Corzon Is a cousin ot her husband and has two charming ATJSTRAtTAN KIT STORE IN LONDON The Interior of Iho Australian-Kit In London Bhowlog one of Ui .bags, at Lbs front aro elorcd. The Canadian Kit Ston "I luff >ou. Belgium, "Your oil 'nculrallly1 isow, IB dfad, I'll vlpe you off ,of Europe's. Our' treaty Is vun paper-scrap." "I )ul oil England." Germany said; to buat her darnt oil Der Tat; bass come! (Aside to ('Go to'lt Poys, unt girT 'em "I: luff ''1'm'slaii our Qraudmn now Iss d.ead; I'll'cbnquer Russia, Ilotglum. Frthce; You siay at home, glfT me a chsince.' lull, you; Germany said; 'red. L'OU see 1 am your only hope, So join mil me; forget the -1 luff you. Germany .said; you the refugees are fed. Seven ships vun flay? OL, that's not much'; i That's vot you get for bein' Dulcb 'I luff you. Germany 'said; hopes. J (bought; millions I'll tate from yoo, rmttlng you can.do.' 'I Germany said: 'Your licking Russia's turned your 'head. dy base .in ..China tmeans you fall, 4o small.' Tluff the U.S." Gefmaiiy said; fouEht tunt unl Al'Trerjlqn .on morn, Tjb-' slayi- you r newly. born.'' "I lufl the U.S.7 .Germany', said; "Samoa's incident -you've And Veheiucla can How glalt 1 vas'to.'arbllriiteV1 "I luff the '.'In My plan vas shreVd unt Siaooth-'tin1 decpr i _ But John Dull rocked thrfi t sleep." "I luff the Germany uld ''IlfiufT-.lhe wo hundred on the ocean bed? DJ their advantage. We-have nol been'so badly off for water supplies the last year or two, iut In the meantime farmers have .giving more attention to com- ortable conditions' for their supply of pure one ot first essentials for, a ._.3py home-llfc. -Then the Increasing numberc ot LvcstocK in the country causes atten- lon to be directed lo their need -for kDiple water supplier. The ladles of the Women's Civic 31ub will, as .usual, on such bccaa- ons, help the Board ot Trade tp.itr lend, to the comfort of Ihe rlsftors; arid It la likely (bat short excursions to the Dominion Experimental Farm Fcmie, June 7- The meetlnc at iko for PurpoM of la'? Fernto Ustrlcl Automobile Ahectcuitloii, drew Urge ftUeiuUuce of auto owners rom all parts ot ihe district. Tbero owners pretcut from >U parts of ldlns an vu fleeted, officers elected aod arranse- In cooperate with the raobrooX for the pub- test Ion of an tulolst's Euide for "asf'Kooleoay. TUla.booV: will con- lu complete guide (Q all rotds'ln' ne district. The colors by bo uew AssocUliou ire ereeii aud old. The. oTI leers elected are as 'resident. K, Siem-irt, Fernle; left presidents. H. H. Rosa, WalAo. ndjMr. Kerr o( Klko; secretary F. C. jwe, eicculfve com Sherwood llerehmtr, A. Cuumlngi nd G, C- Henderson, Fernle; Mr. 'Islier. Nattl; Mr, Foster. Gatewty; McXab. Waldo; Mr. Adulph, lay yes; A. LeUcli. Jiffray; A. Bfmey. :ikb; .Mr. Pawncll, Bull HUer and A. ol Fort ihlrly were Ylned up In. EtNo and l lie meeting was most .en- husEastru and harmonious. h6 close of the couvenllon, or the autolsts motored most to Waldo, where a palriotlc dahco livl been angcd. were people trom Montani, Cranbropk, Fort Steel, Fernle many oihor [ar-awav points in attendance and a mopt social cntcrUlhrnpcl was en- oyed. Mr. l.unD. the motor driver between Waldo and ed the only accident to be. recorded connection hhc convent Con and. dance. passing through 3ayties with a load o[ passengers on his way to Elko, his car collided with upon the part oMhe dog, who seemed MK. ttALl'Ollli IX TWO TYl'lOAL POSES' These pic were taken d'jrlnt hit cbiraclerlstk; 50 fsoilltar to the- British public. In Cauadft and the to be repute ring a pro lea I agaJnsl mked up In a collision with that particular kind of a car. Mr. C. M. Edward's dor, resulting In wrecked car, ft broken noso for ono of the passengers nnd much disgust SATURDAY SALE SIMPSON'S You" can't 'attach the blimeT to 'I luff (he Germany said; I 'ChiTsl stripe' your ships mil vile nnt red; Or, take 'em all clear, off the seas, do rat effer else 'I pleAEC." 'I luff the U-S-" said hide y GUI' flag. plue. ylte.iint.red. Prussian flBE shall ne'er be For me unt 'Gott mu.st rulejh'cf TufWl" "I luff (he whole Germany said; "For me alone the Saviour bled; 'Itingdoms ah' ihore, ,JiiiKH and 10 inches, Wide. Itegular values (we1, (jn iti; The Simpson Co.. Ltd. Hi f W2-M1 Avenue Honth, ED ;