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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 11, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta JtNE THE LETHBHinOE DAILY IfERALD PACK SKVEM AREA AT TWO HALF Marnochs Estimate Close to Acres in the Lethbridge Division Mnrnovh has made the follow ing estimate of the crop area in tho division Now that seeding for this year is completed It Is possible to arrive at a fairly clous estimate of the acreage under After careful observation and consultation with the farmers In the various districts and with Qiwlly tho Alberta agricultural re presentative for this territory and his In tho adjoining area to the both of whom have covered the croumjj thoroughly within the last few weeks as well as hearing the re unite of thu eniiulrles that the superintendent of the Lethbridge division has made among the station agents along thu railway lines of the the con clusion Is reached that while to tal acreageIn 1917 was just around million acre the area under crop For 1918 Is not less than two and a half million It a closer estimate were attempted It would run oven say two mil lion six hundred thousand All Through The grain crop from the whole of this extending from south of High River down to the international boundary will move through tho rail way yards at This great Increase Is very highly gratifying and it shows that our far mers have certainly put their backs into their and hat they have done their very best to help lo meet the grave wants of Groat Uritaln and our Last years crop was cer tainly no better on the whole than a good average practically all of the areas are in excellent condition right and With anything like a normal season from now on It will be realized that a very heavy crop will have to be harvested and moved on its way to the head of the Tho percentages ot increase In wheat and oats are just about Harley shows a falling off in acreage in most districts while the area under flax Indicates the great in crease in new breaking that was done last year and In the early days of Ibis Another feature is the THE CANADIAN SALT LIMITED AT FRANK Wartime Cookery 1 FREE gradual creeping up of the hitherto verjr small figures for acreage In Over 30 Per The it will he runs up to over thirty per BO that the most Intelligent disposal of all our resources will have to be made to handle the Farmers be too alert in anticipating their require ments for labor the Alberta depart ment of agriculture la maintaining their labor bureau In thu Hoard of Trade rooms right through the season this year to help in No time should bo lout In looking alter supplies of binder twine and it would tm advisable to start in right now to look over the harvesting for everybody knows how difficult U IK to get even the supplies of steel that are required for repair Move Coal The farmer is not the only person who wants to exercise his intelli There appears tfc be an un fortunae disposition on the part of our friends in Winnipeg and other prairie cities to disregard the warn ings of Magrath in regard io laying in their supplies of Alberta coal for next The Fuel Control ler had long experience In the although that was before the grain movement had attained anything like its present and it would be well that his words should be care fully regarded and given heed Winnipeg has given ample demon stration that she understands the military needs of the situation and it is hardly necessary to re mind her citizens hat If a choice has to be made between taking coal to Winnipeg and getting grain to our friends the grain will get the right of Now is the time to move the Juno Mc Donald took a trip to Lethbridge on Wednesday and returned this morn A very serious accident happened at the Frank Mine on Wednesday morn A miner named Rarnhill was rid Ing out of the mine on one of the He caught in a narrow place between the car and the wall and was rolled and breaking one two shoulder blades and crushed In the rbs on one is a marvel he ever came out HnyttaM j B In attendance who called In Baker to They hope lo pull him of was town looking after McDon alds patients In his John Stafford came up from Pincher Creek on Wednesday and te turned the same Staf ford is an oil driller for oil in the Pe trolla He also spent three years In Sumatra looking after oil interests He can give a splendid titter Ip tion of the country and ot its Inhabi Young returned Thurs day from Edmonton where lie has been attending a He will Sen MM and address for Cookery This book contains by the jrilts M the best and most pfactkal recipes ted in cash prize It is intended to assist il the conservation of food and to effect savings in home cooking and Approved hy Fooil Hoard CANADA J Peoples Forum Communications tinder this must bear the signatures heading of ttie now lake charge of both the Blair and Frank Llllie visited Calgary this j He attended a meeting of ihe ers in that He speaks well of the i joyous time he had with that happy June evening was spent at t and occasion being a vet social and card party gj members of tho Kdin rave enjoyable home of the ll Hranch The three Mason lodges of the Pass lowna met in Hialrmore last There was a splendid representation from Sentinel Humj 0Y7hTwomans The pro mil Coleman and Rocky Moun f aome gojng j Rod Cross Notwithstanding ilv unsettled ml ninny of they enjoyed THE COMING Lelhbrldge June To Hio Klcctors or the City of Lclh Ladies and ii pedestrian in accosted on lilt aide walk Hnd presented with a petition to uign In Hiipport of nn Individual or wlnsn this petition circulates and culminates In OIHMI recognition by lie Hie object be to In fluence tin The iiniotice Is lie coining iillogether too common in MIR Dominion of Canada and particularly obnoxious the thinker in our own To influence Hie public mind for purposes of position or power i a direct and serious viola tion of the To openly register Hiipport In regard to any measure pro posed or to tiny candidate forward j Is violation of tinballot or oilier used to give a secrel j In the campaign for Commissioner of Public Works to be decided in the near two outstanding prini ciples need In be In the firm we have one candidate seeking office on misreprosenta1 lion lhnt SALARY docs not In j view of the criticism already heaped j upon our mayor and commissioners for tlio many tilings done which should not have linen liej giirdleSH of whether commission form j of government is an extravagance j Lliis time or Surely we should i spare thcne men any feeling of j j If Hits is a business man The same unequalled quality as before the and being double strength you dont have to put so much in the teapot Blue grown Mircessful box lie knows that In a proposal to run iv given hy service for nothing the whole may judge that Sinclair is visiting this week friends in Lethbridge and in Medicine and Keith left Thursday evening for Minnesota and Wiscon Keith will stay at where he will consult with the doctors there and they then hope to tain A carload of Masons also came up from Pincher Creek representing Spitzle There were about sixty Jer i away for military a very good crowd was Cards and games the princi pal features of the early par of the About raidniflit the boxes vere K Wright kindly Ivlng liis services in Auctioning off lie which he did in his usual vltty After lunch there cUS HION RUBBER Men who daily Walk to Find that Cats FW are a They relieve the And are comfort for the Ask For Cats Paw Heels Cmti Pau Strict HOG PRODUCTION It is a matter of the greatest importance that Canada should increase her produc tion of BACON HOGS and other live stock as there is at present a worldwide short age of Good markets for some time to come are visit their old home in The little daughter of and is very sick with pneu monia and is not yet out of The ladies of the local Red Cross Society have taken Trooper a prisoner in under their This is a praiseworthy ac tion on their part and we are sure that William John wfll appreciate OFJRADE OF ORION MEETS THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE will gladly make loans to assist farmers in good standing to acquire live Mt Lethbridge Branch The Road to Independence Trouble comes to all of us at one time or The man with a snug bank Is fortified against the slings and arrows of outrageous It is the duty of every man to lay aside something for the inevitable rainy Open a Savings Account take your first step along the road to From Our Own Korrosoondent June regular meeting of the Board of Trade was 8 oclock on the evening of June A number oC important questions were brought up and satisfactorily dealt Charlie Boyd was unani mously elected treasurer to succeed who has left Orion to en list with the It was de cided to hold a special meeting for the purpose of holding a Soldiers of tho Soil Baseball The Orion ball team has suffered greatly In the loss of two of its best manaiand and Arthur Both of these men have left to enlist with the How the team will carry on and do the best possible with the material still A purse was made up In Orion for both Hoyt and Bjorklund and presented with most appropriate remarks on the eve of their These men will be missed very much not only on ac count of their baseball ability but al so on account of their good fellow Medicine Hat defeated the Orion team at Orion on June 2nd with a score of it was a very snappy and interesting Tide is the first time that Medicine Hat has won from Orion at The same day the Orion juniors defeated the Manyber ries juniors with a score of At Ktzikom on June Orion lost to Htzlkom with a score of 14 to 17 The fact that poth pitchers arms were out of condition and both teams had a batting streak made tho score look like one made by school boys Following this game one was played by the Orion and ICtzikom juniors which Orion won by a score of HJ5 This was the most Interesting game of the It was very remarkable how well the boys FMynn has returned from the Medicine Hat hospital where she had a most successful operation for Walter Johnson who Is visit tug hor homo in the Stales is expect ed back next Joe Oardipetj who has been Cypress Hills since last fall has re turned to Gardipee was very successful last winter lu obtain ing a timber wolf and seven cubs Practically all the grain in this lo cality is up and doing cxcen a small proportion of that which wab sowed hue this The shower o u week ago helped very BANK Head Office OP MONARCH NOULEPOKD CANADA Established Acting Acting BLACK SMALLPOX IN KRUPP FACTOR1BI Juuo dispatcli to the Times from The Hague quotes a neu tral who has arrived there from Gei many us stating that uu epidemic o black small pox is raging among th workmen of lite Krnpp plant at Kssen with four or five fatal cases Vurciiiatlon of every one is being The the dispatcli is attributed lu undar feedinjj und unsanituv music of all ilnds and a pleasant hour spent n chatting with each ones The boxes alone brought in a sum f the contributions for he evening brought up the KUIII total o The following day several who were unable to lie present con ribnted the sum of to the presi lent and secretary of the bis makes a grant sum of a rery creditable showing for Hie of the people in this The members of the both us a vhole and are very grate ul to all who bellied to make such a success of this affair both financially and anrt they hope to have pleasure of giving another as successful in the near Last hut lot many thanks are due our find and Uo for their great share toward the evenings especially in throwing open their home for the eve WINNIPEG TELEGRAM HAS BEEN SUSPENDED June Win nipeg Telegram issues today its last edition for some Fol lowing a survey of the damage caused to the Telegram plant by Saturdays a meeting of the board of directors has decided to suspend publication foundation of business ethics is un Such u proposal is a gross A traditional Such proposals never did up trade and com Tlie wars of the future for the worldH trade will b fought and maintained with the ubilily and in tegrity of its man power OX Now let us take the oilier candi we have young man witli all the national He has already served the city Has proved efficient in every What has been Ibis young mans pol icy to the present Starting no i doubt In some minor in i creasing in usefulness step by Later recognized as an authority in each and every department under his personal Now holding a very important position in which the financial success of the whole city And what then Honest am bition tells thifl young man he must go higher And how is this to bo attained By honest Midway between an honest start and u sue cessill future this man Meecli is struggling to get foot on tha rung that will lift him What is the re compense for honest effort What does our with and expect to get as a reward for his labor Does the mayor and Assessor expect to stigmatize the effort of our fore fathers by belittling the duties of a public office Ladies and the reward of honest effort is bigger in view of the strong citi zens representation in favor of Kx Mayor Oliver no apology is in further1 abusing the privilege of a secret Respectfully METWOHIBI1ED June further ance of the restriction of the export of of metal of every to all destinations outside has been prohib ited except under Individual lic Applications for approval of individual licenses must be made to the war trade ITALIANS USED PECULIAR SEA TANK j to ciitia newspapers says i the Central News correspondent al j the Italians used a sen tank during their las attack on i Austrias naval base on the i flit hoai wus forty feet six I wide and propelled hy There is an endless rotary j around the fitted with which cut nets and other obstacles I like the laud The vessel has two torpedo PROHIBIT June city council last night authorized the may or to prohibit all future meetings of the International Bible Association in this Cost so little that you can well afford several pairs FLEET FOOT for best or Another pair for or a third for everyday a true ecoriomy to have more than one pair of these dressy Fleet Foot It means longer lends happy variety to your warm weather FLEET FOOT provides styles cbr women and every Ask your dealer to show you the new styles in Fleet Foot None genuine unless stamped FLEET FOOT on the sole The best shoe dealers sell Fleet Foot CANADIAN CONSOLIDATED RUBBER LIMITED Head Montreal 28 Service Branches throughout Canada In time of need Every woman should know the and experi ence the relief of a reliable remedy that can be de pended upon to right conditions which cause nausea and At such nothing is so so sure and speedy as FILL During Ihe past sixty millions of women have found them most helpful in toning and strengthening and for regu lating the liver and These famous pills are entirely vegetable and contain no harmful or habitforming them with entire confidence for they cause no unpleasant and will not fail you Worth Guinea a Bex antr by Tbomu Sold whwe w ud In 25 BAILIFFS SALE PROVINCE OF ALBERTA To Wit By Order of Iwo Distress Warrants addressed to the undersigned In the matter ot two Chattel Mortgages Given by WILLIAM OTT To THE MERCHANTS BANK OF CANADA 1 HAVE SEIZED AND FURTHER BEEN INSTRUCTED TO SELL THE FOLLOWING GOODS AND NAMELY All of the Tobaccos Pipes and Tobacconist Show Cash also Barber Pool Linoleum on Floor One Orchestra also Tiling for NOW ON THE PREMISES AT 212 FIFTH STREET By order of His Honour Judge Jackson these goods will be sold by either Public or Private It is the intention to sell by Private Sale Until 18th day of 1918 At When 1 will offer what is left by Public Auction either in bulk or that is The Pipes in one lot Cigars and Cigarettes in anotW and so on until the stock is disposed STOCK CAN BE SEEN AT ANY TIME TERMS CASH FOR THE MERCHANTS BANK OF CANADA 1ST June ;