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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 15, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta r THE LETFtitiUDtfB DIXIE IS DOING HER BIT formerly editor of the Raymond who Is now in charge of the Latter Day Saints Work in tho State of writes following article to The Horald In food as iu men and Dixie is dolnp her hit in preacnt world The Sunny splendid Southland of today which 111 a very few short years his befcn literally hewn out of a land exhausted and devastated by wars despoiling rising with inspiring patriotism to the call of the nation and the demands of the Allied countries i 1 am now in Atlanta the Now York of the It Is a city of tall smokestacks and cleaving1 sky scrapers a city of beautiful homes nd people who are in variably powerful glad to see Here one can feel the pulse ot the and the blood which flows through every artery of the country to the hekrt beats wnrm for the sac red rnuse ot The people ot the Southern States are consecrated to tlie task of winning the war with nil BWt whftt is the South actuallj1 con tributing to the you Very shall Jiave cold The figures may surprise No doubt when you ponrtfr over them a few moments you will sfee that tho j Souths bit is a big Dixie is no j The statistics are gathered from Government Federal and and they absolutely Tho value of war crops In tho A shampoo thats a real hair Youdrop couple of tablespoonfiils of the utin4ike LUX flakes into hot water mod whisk until you get a perfect sea of whipped creamlike The water underneath has been softened like a spring Then you live friend Head a real old massage with the fluid and when you come to rinse youll find the LUX flakes were so completely dis solved that not a trace or suggestion of soap will remain in the Your hair will look healthy and All inttn utt Britiik h South In not Including live stock was which was greater than value ot nil the farm crotfs in the United States in and 1911 held the record vnlno up to that This was R per lets that the total value of all the farm In the United States In Tho value of crops In he South in lU7 showed Increase of over 1016 and an In of over The vntite of cotton In seed V ABANOOO BY from cf Ascnnlk lliril It 18 filling with water and has been nbnudbited by tho Fttghty if thfego have arrived pt Port Aox Basques and bring this they think It Is hopeless to try to She lies right tho Wosp and or less than onefifth of I Blocks trio cllrtnTiol thn not inrreasc In tho vnluo of till farm The total value ot lie cotton taking December 1st quotations as n amounted to When the value ot the and healthy sUnd this far It will be readily seen from t v TIII w lunilllj u 11 win iiiw is added to this we have a total nule of about pftrt of The grain crop of the South in 1917 reels the responsibility resting upon aggregated tho the mill increase in the South being nearly tnsk of feeding the There will linehalf of the total Increase of the j no slackening up in In entire United If we add to the value ot the farm crops in the South In 1017 the valuo of its animal products weget the staggering sum ot seven billions of This year in one Southern State the Federal the South the labor problem is not likely to be serious in view of the great colored The State Gov ernments are passing measures to make everyone serve in some vital in Governor Iliign Horsey says that in Oeorgia the vagrants will timate ot live stock production is either have to go to the farm or the placed at Georgia is I The South will Go Over representative of the If a comparison is made of ten presentative Northern and Western the Colorado ami New Mexico the Top again in food This year in every state the acreage is materially AVhile the showing last the first year of the was very the youth has by no means reached the with ten representative Southern j maximum of its and I Lever Brothers Limited Joronto 31 Mississ North Caro South Ar kansas and the figures are none the less The The figures show that In 1915 the States produced bushels of as against grown in the ten Northern and West ern and in 1917 the corn pro Auction ran to and in tho two groups of In addition the Soutfiern States produced in bushels of bushels Df bushels of Irish bushels of sweet and tons of year will distance any previous quantities of peas and other food The value ot farm crops in Kansas last year was than the value in and less than the value in South Caro Even with its great agricultural fell short of the crop value for Georgia Of the increase of wheat acreage in the United States in consider ing winter wheat of to talling is credited to the It is interesting to note here that Alberta red wheat from Western Canada is being tested near and the writer was agree ably surprised to see such luiurient A Christian Crusader How An American in the War Lived And London All the cynics and the pessimists ought to read the letters of the young American Edwin Austin An not to mention the in the April Atlantic in pouring rain and under Intermittent looking out over the parapet Into the darkness of No Land gnVrdlng He gratefully acknowledges tho Rift of which he pins In side his left toeast and eels On the day that the news of Americas entrance into the war re joiced and Inspired himbeyond ox prdftston he wrote hlg farewell letter to be poured to his mother In the event ot his being and within less than a week of Its being written It was pouted by his who told of his instantaneous death In an act of devotion and selfsacrlflcdHo which all his thoughts at the front had been It may be a comfort for you to he wrote In this last letter that 1 have a great company of men and all filled with determination and cheer ful He had had his for he went to his death 4 CALGARY J i j Dunlop and Auto History t J Pra5tically speiftking the automobile has existence in Canada only since if Years before that we made hundreds of thousands of vtires for the y J And since that time we have made hundreds of thousandsof tires for the until the manufac ture of Dunlop Auto Plain has become a big industry in To you it is as important that Dunlop preceded the automo bile as it is that Dunlop grew with it became an everyday factor in this new utility of the f The automobile knows no better running than Dunlop x Dunlop Tire Rubber Goods pte Limited Head I Office and Factories TORONTO Branches j Thr Dunlop Line of HighGrade Tirei for Motor and Carriages and HighGrade Rubber Fire and General Military and Rubber Golf Shoe Moulded Product of all and Railroad General Rubber SPECIAL Abbey a University an a devout Roman Catholic and a perfevvid He was bridgebuilding In Canada when the call came to him in the spring of with irresistible When hu was appointed general manager ot the job in which he was engaged he accepted on the understanding that j he should be at liberty to leave it whenever tie United States declared war upon I am so full of I he wrote his it drowns out every or desire or thought of the future that I I have nothing but a great big desire to give myself to help in this battle against I Want to go to The Then camethe affair of the Lusi which made him if he could not justgo ahead making plans my own advancement or my own familys Above every thing else in the worM I want to go to the and I faint you and father to tell me that I can govern myself by what knowledge and Judg ment I with the surety of your confidence in me to do I think I can manage to serve in some way if only you will giveme the Inspira tion of your and you rand Great was his joy when iliis mother himi a letter of lofty But Canadian military authorities overlook his deV fectlve eyesight He was sick with suspense during the and when he was accepted he was stunned by his WHS as a His con tinued to shine in the trenches amid the most overwhelming negation of Up you not he asks his mother from the hell of that the war is making people sel fish Pie hart pity even for the Ger man One must be here to realize that men have risen to a height of courage and endurance in this war and that people living in mod ern civilization never dreamed How much it meant to he that he was being prayed for twice daily in the school ciapel at home His mother had asked him what hor bit could Dear that is You are praying not just for but for all of us out and the German I am un der fire I pray not only for or a worthy but for courage not to lose my control and to help The one great thing I need la courage and selfcontrol in Xot only for but for nothing which so encourages j and gives heart to the weak as tho strength and coolness of others aid j there are many hoys j seventeen and lull of brav but too young for a mans steadi Pray for tlicin In the He returned to this fear of being found afraid again and suppose of the greatest fears a man has is that hisnerve will give way or that iiu will be cowardly in some I have found in every try circumstance that praying a wonderful I do not know how j u man can go through with It who has 1 not a belief in God to fall back 1 Then he got a freBh stimulus to of f am sure now tliat I cap never go j hack and gu on with my own work I for ir Gad wills that 1 go liack I must go into service of some sorl perhaps I shall Be able to go into the and your long cher iiihed hopes and prayers will be ful if you could only see these hays in the ranks cheer fully enduring iho most frightful and facing horrors with Die most and indomitable courage ami your heart would nearly burst with joy and pride and you would know that God is going to give us lust now the trendies arc in a frightful con dition of iniul ami and it Is utterly impossible for tTie men keep dry or to have dry dugouts to sleep They are in a of mis ery as far as comfort goes for days at a and yet they stand all nltfht often lor U nourg tt a One hundred and ten thousand visi tors took a holiday last year at the Calgary and the number will likely be considerably in creased this The event will be held at June 28th to July After such a hard years work in tho interests of there never was a time when a holiday was moro deserved or more essential to Western Canadian The Calgary Industrial Exhibition provides the best kind of recreation because It combines the most enjoy able entertainment with the Inspira tion and Instruction of seeing the na tions best live stock and industrial added to the many pleasant surprises of meeting friends thought to be of miles pack all your troubles and come After you have seen the grand exhibits and had a good you will go back ready for You will neter find Where you left your trou There are reduced passenger rates from Alberta and the Ex hibition conducts at the station in Calgary a free bureau for securing accommodation in case you do not stay at a Girls and Boys June will be a grand exhibition III compote for and It will be the young peoples greatest Tho girlsand Hoys live stack parade and presentation of prizes In tho evening will bo worth going miles to Come and encourage Tuesday and Wednesday will be the judging days for the grandest display of live stock ever seen In Western When you have aeon the fixhlblts you will bo entertained by the beet ar tists in tho There will also be horse races tho first four days and auto races by tho fastest drivers on July 4th and Then a stroll down Funshlde Alley to see tho best shown fever on Uio Calgary Exhibition and the of worrlei will have its MILLION WONDERS Worth to tee flitter of Olint of Mountain Crleain ft newfound MJrtterioui Throbbing all undn CHow of Midnight Supplement your trip to the Coast with Vstiil miles returning through the sheltered inside route on CANAblAN PACIFIC Princess Liners oralalnf better CANADIAN PACIFIC ROCKIES included in this stupendous trip Fir tvrito or phone about Rttort Tour i Register Ahead of Time Where You Can THEREis good sound advice in the old Come early and avoid the Cpme early to the registration booth on Registration better befort Registration if you I It is going to tax the powers of deputy registrars tq the utmost to handle the crowds on June Realizing that to be many of these deputies are arranging to take beforehand the registration of any persons who care to present The Board urges you to read the papers carefully for news items in regard to prior registration in your and to take advantage of any facilities offered in that Enquire of your employer as to the arrangements in effect for advance registration at the where you He can readily make such if he has not already done f REMEMBER That registration ahead of time is valid it is complying fully with the That by so registering you will almost certainly be saving yourself great inconvenience on Registration That every registration taken beforehand is so much of the job done so much of the load lifted from the overburdened registrar so much congestion Study your own aid the Volunteer obey the iaw7 serve by registering early in the weelc if you in any I early on The r by authority of Canada Registration Board ;