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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 5, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta PARE SIX FRIDAY, OCTOBER 5. 1017 CROWN BRAND CORNltSnaJP Ii "Perietl Stil" Qiurt Jiri These tire the finest preserving jars ninde j and hold 3 pounds of "Crown Your grocer also has "Grown Syrup" in 2, S, 10 find 20 pound tins. Write for free Cook Boot.. TKE GHUi SllIGS CO. MONTREAL. I HEUK K (From Our'Oirh MaGrath. Oct. P-------- the Knlsht Academy will bi dpal speaker at tha CDnJolnt of the M. I. A. on Sunday evening. Oct. 7th. In (he Assembly Hall. A blsna selection will be rendered by Mrs, J. A. Hirle, a ladies quartette ami a by Edith Tho lad'cs In charge" ot the Red i Unite, and now a resident of town, (and engaged In the cattle business, I Las shipped A car loads to 't'algiry this week and thus made u new record for the district. Amont; the number of cattle, was a steer which evidently caused a stir, he was a Fishburn product and was pur- chased from Mr. 0 0- Miller. The following day the following -rery In- teresting item appeared la (lie Cal- gary Herald: The most valuable steer that ever sold Ltifs (CoSTlNUKU fllOM stafel ridge which juts out to the west from tha al'sschendaele-Ghelu- velf. South of Iho Vpres Haulers railway thn, troops are reported to be looUug the eastern slopes ot'.tha main rldgo and. In some places to have imshcd on Into valley beloir. Not only have (he BrllUh wrenched amy many vlial strongholds tut (hey have cillbro. lion; liter to HgM tleld suns. Joined In tho Infernal IhuuJtT which fhooK Iho countryside llti an earthquake. SollJ linos of vivid tiro belched fronr thj earth and from the murky efcy above aa tho great shells and shrivuel olouif tho German lines. Tho ruin? ot the little hamlets perched on the ridges stood out In ghostly elluouetto OESlLBl tho [lashes, and over (ho scene the rJotius threir lack a crliusoh On the, left ot the advance, Ilio Ground la tho region ol Poclupello was not In bad Mccjit along tho Strouilisck river whom II j was rery luarehy. necessitating a slow advance. The tanXs operatlnE ths hero did eicellent ser- vice, reduclire a number cl strons As Hie altncfcicfi iroops ivenl out or ihe toirii by o'clock, in quest of n ereat adventure over Meantime others were miking their Ilio misl-shroudeil slopes, their over Abraham Heights, .near protective artillery barrage caught In c rav on state There was soiuo cellar, Us merciless swirl large numbers of _. the enemy who by coincidence also had been massing lor an early morn- ing attack along a wide front extend- ing from the neighborhood ot Zonne- eko to the Polygon Wood. Some TO divisions of Gcrma-) troops ivoru nvolved, three of these having been usbed up in reserve to support their omrades in the front lines when the German "attacks should begin. A solid wall, of breaking shells ploughed through them In a hurrl nd sold (or lie per pot ihVlop lor ths so far, and making another. record on wetgM. He the" bulkiest thing In the steer Itna that has shown up here for some time, and with1 all his Irame he car- ried a lair amount of fat. Compar- and Karren. Euin handed to .Lhe secretary-treas- urer. The Bee. girls uere have un- der tafeen a very good work. Each Swarm Is responElble for gathering Borne of the grain wasted In the fields. The Mater Swarm under the direction of Mrs. CritcDHeld and Mrs. Searle went oul last week and 'gath- ered about a bushel each. This was picked up oft the ground where the thresher stood. The Gleaners swarm under direc- tion of'Mrs- E. HaEmusEen_and Mrs. SIcConnel were out on Monday after- noon. They raked the field and when It was threshed they had a little over 10 bushel .of Xo. l; gleaning la being, dbne'rhot [or the" money but saving that" which' 'would otherwise be wasted. The otter swarms will no donbt jjo this week the threahlnff is not yet this district and thus grpssed ?76 more than he did here, selling Tor a total ol 52S5. He was shipped by a farmer named Gregory from PIncher Creek, was a shorthorn, and altogether some bull- ock_ RD FOR CAT1LE (From Our O-m Placher Creefe. OcL "and a. tremendous high wind on Wednesday last bars the causes for delays In threshing opcra- lions, but latins it on the whole this has been a rery favorable [all for farm We have received reports ot yields all the war from eight to thirty bash- els of "Wheat lo (he acre; (n a great many cases It being nearer the thirty than the eight. The spring wheat I has teen better than the fall wheat, the- ra.ns having come In Lime to be of more benefit to ft. Oats bare .turned out Terr light, although there Is an odd Held turning out splendid- ly. ClosB upon the heela ot ingr comes "branding time" and from all sfdea we hear stories ol the a tiling Irons, Quite a party ot town folk Journeyed oul lo the "Bar A" lo wlt- ness the branding The "Bar A" ranch Is at (be Junction of the South Fork and Ihe Old river find 11 la .this that Mr. Jas. RuEaell aad hta famous herd ol Aberdeen cattle call jiome, Mr. J. P. Gregory, lale ol'Twin fighting here, bui It was brief. The mala trouble' was encountered near the fort ihere where- the Germana had eight strong concrete redouhts. Shaip flfihtlng followed, but the Ger- mans (Inally were forced, with rifles ami bombs, to surrender. Both. Gravecstufel nro reports'" show (ho British, have swarmed over virtually all o( Gravenslafel ridge, i No Counter Attacks. "tendon, OcL Germans i Poelcspeltc and Gravecstafel masses oC ruins.' Tlie latest ane of dcalli anJ they He tn count- iuave undertaken no further counter ess thousauds amidst Ihe Jo-.-sstallon ftttflcts (he poslilons casl of hat the birm leri in Us vrafce. Y lnert by the rjritiah in yes- os were I h they ire tlurlng tho ntght. Tho British are consolldal. Jnff (he groupd. rmp e n s vra. Y lnert by the rjritiah se m-toleJ troops were I lerdav-3 otrenslTe, Although Guardsmen In- whom tho under' a heavj- rire Relief 1 "Papt's Dlapepsi Ends Your Stomach Troublea Forever. Wonder what upscL your portion or the food rllfl the dam- yoM? Well, don't bother. If your atoraach Is In rerolt; sour, gassy and upset, and what you Jusl ate lias fermented Into stubborn head dizzy and aches; belch aod'BCld and-eructale unftgcs led food; brealh tout, tongue Just lake a llttlo Pipe's Ulapcpaln .and ID the wonder nhal became of the Indigestion and tress. .Millions of ID en and women today know that It Is needless lo have a bad DEapefisln occai ally keeps ibis.delicate organ regu lated and they eat their, fatoriEc food without fear. If your stomach doesn't IQKO care o TMir liberal limit without rebellion II your food Is a damage instead of a fcplp, remember .the quickest, mist harmless relief la Pane's Dla pepsin which coata only fifly cents fo a large cise at drug otorer.. It's truly food and set. things Blrnlght, BO gently and easll that II is really astonishing.' ;a disordered stomach; It's s for your sake, don't go on and on wil (Special to the Herald) Coaldale, Oct. Sunday, EepL 30 Rev. J. M- Fawcelt preached the first ot a series of three mlssi sermons to be dcllTefed-in Coil dale Facts were presented to show the great Deed oE this branch of the church's activities. On Sunday. Oct Mr. Hedging, ol.Uie' United will te the speaker, and tbc Sunday following Dr Jlr. Wcslcolt will be the speakers. Large congresalions should hear these messages. Miss Ross and Miss Hunt spent th> week-end at Iron Springs at the bom of the laller. The many friends of Miss Nan Mac Intbih glad ,lo hear ot he rapid, recovery from a recent opera tfon for appendicitis- She expect ed home frotn Ihe hospital In a diya. D. 0. Pedsrsen has cat the ILird' crap from .his alfalfa thla -year. J. I..- Bbrumm Ihrcahed a field ot wheat the other day that averaged 42 .Lushels'lo the ncre. Miss Ida Ifoneysett, who been indls-waed for a couple of weeks, has nlly recoTered and Is around agnin. Last Friday night saw the first frost i do any real damage m Ibis dls- rlct. Tbe economic advantage ol thh avorahio condition Is hard lo cstl- .ate. particularly in connection wILh he flax crop. Late flax has had on nnsual opportunity to" mature this ear. The Coaldale Ladles' Aid met this week at the home of Mra. Leffler. llr. Robt- Hogftrs and family hare the house on H. A. Sug- Jtt'a and Mrs. F. King ,nd, ftmlly Irom LethhrldKe. have moved houge vacated by Mr. (o tnu south of IOWTI. Mrs. Ctng has recently bought thla pro- jerty and extends a vrel- :orue. Miss Schiinlk (s on a few weeks' visit to various points Jn (he United .'Measra. -2. Plvrtokuak? anil Wm. lycra have each purchased tractor plowing outfits. The latter has'also rccents-r purchaser! a Coalda'e la EOOH lo have a regular barbar shop of IU own, a conTenlcnce much lo he appreciated. H. Hazel has ttio Annex Eo the Coaldalc cafe 2nd Ja having II ALted up thla week, It should be In readlneas by iat-a7dftj-. 'A' pool table Is alao being [njlallcd Ifl connection. The Measra. IJaldry and Messrs, SchimlU molprej lo Sweet Grass on Sunday- Threshing Is very nearly finished In this district A' number of outfits pull ID this week. A few will Bllil have work next wcok. A week's flne weather will see practic- ally all the work done with the excep- tion ot the flax which may last a IJUle longer. A good deal of plowing la al ready dodo and many oilier a will en- dearor to get aa much ac possible pre- pared for year'rf-crcp. The actton of the jrrlgallon branch In leav Ing tho woter Mill on In the ditch for fall IrrlGallon Is much appreciated by many! In ,-lhr. debale al the snhoolhouac last Friday aflernoon Archie Mtlcbcll and Sam Donaldson supported the TcsoIuHori In fdvor of govcrnmcnl Baldwin and Raymond Perry Bupjjorl cd the negative. Cruddable work was don6 by all'the coTitealanU, Hut as One i Id e bad (o win, Rev. J. M! celt announced Ibal [he nceallro had won. MUs Ho33, Herself a Eucctfliiu dc'balef', gdvb'fbrnG helpful of Iho work done. .Monday, Or.l, 8 heirs Thanksgiving day, there will' be no school. 'art ot these he [a lerman omperor bad taken' such ride In-Iho days goiie by. Rut Ihesfe nassed tropps were not the only ones suffer, for reports Irom prisoners all along the'line Indicate that the Germans lost heavily throughout the eirilory _involveU. Ran In Terror. Al many places Germans ran In ler-j or were captured (n large nurn- >ers as tlie British attack All, day streams of urokeu prisoners have heen pouring Into Ihe. British :ases In the rear. Perhaps half of .hear are. wounded. Some were blind- ed and some were wllh shattered Imbs, a plLlful sight even lo those tardeaed to such scenes. Taking the bailie as a whole, the Germmtis offered weak resistance to be British advance this morning, flut despite Ihe dealt lo the enemy It. was not considered im- Brobablo that they.would make stren- uous counter attacks as soon as they could reform Ih'elr shattered forces. Clock-Like Precision. The story oi reslerday's'fightius Is lhat of perfect organization which worked wHh clock-like "precision. U was sllll dusk when Ihe British be- gan the steamroller advance. for low-hanging clouds blanketed, the country and a light drizzle' was fall- Ing. For days an'Intense hbrnbard- menl had .been maintained over Ihe German (rout hut the artillery fire which. opened 'as the great barrage drojincd TTBS-appalling. Guns of all (From Our Own Correspondent) X'qiv Daylon, OcL Is about over with, in thla district- A r of the "small rlga arc sllll at work. If the weather holds on all will be finished Vip by the tnd of the week. Plows are on Ihe go everywhere. Mr, -and- and children motored to LeUibHtJge Mr. and Mrs. .McDonald and family; "ilr. and Mrs. John Ilentz and Mr. nnd -Mrs. Alt Morris called on Mr, and! Mrs. C. Morrlcpl Sunday after-j returned-'In SummcrTille, Ohio Monday alter spending the past few weeks with New Daylon "friends. I G. C. McDonald has purchased ihu I J. G. Welsh, ranch. This is one-of' the finest improved farms in ihu fiJs Iritt, Mr. -and returned'to 1 lelr home (n Iowa, after spendlnf tho t past fen- weeks'Vllh Mr and Derell ond-'faiinyl :T..E. Skelth cabled on AH Morris Kdwln Dwall'anil ffr. call- L. "ijoiilcal, Wcdneaday. LOOK SUCCESSFUL! FEEL Few. tilings help you so much in your climb ny (lie success ladder as well made Cloliics. Get one of our "made for me" suits ond it will give you confidence in yourself and your appearance. You'll be "known by sight." OH account of your clothes. Do you ask dad to get your suits from us. All the fellows who conic i here arc sure pleased when they climb into our clothes. They fit well, wear well and look swell. Come in yourself and sec them. THAELL, The Tailor COS Third Avenue South Ready for Thanksgiving We have specially prepared for Thanksgiving, and have everything you require in Groceries for Your Thanksgiving Dinner Hickory Nuts, Black nuts, Butternuts, Fancy Crcsini Brick Cheese, Swiss Cheese, Fancy Green On- ions, Young G'jHTofs, New iieefs Jinil Ilcart Lettuce, (o ari'ivc Friday. Orsngei, ptr do; 30c, Ke., 45e Lemons; per dot. Tokay pir Ib ToVay Grapsd, per Bananas, per Ib. Conttirt Grapes, per basket Peaches, Frtcslonr, 3 Ibi. far Pears, per Ib Plums, 3 Ibi. (or Apples, Maclntovn Reda, box Apples, 3 Ibs. for 45c 20o )1.10 10o 25c ICc 25c Apples, cooking, 4 Ibi. Itr.......... lie per 2 25e Sweet Kolaioca, iivf Ib. ,'...f 10c Cabbage, per Ib..................... 4c Onions, per Ib...................... So Cucumberi, 3 for................. 25c Squash and-Pumpkin.............. be Hothouse Lattuce, per 'Hothouse Tomatoes, fancy, Ib......40c Tomatoes, basket.........50c Green Peppers, per Ib..........'.. tic Cauliflower, large beads 25c seeded, per phg. 15c Flalllns, fancy seedless, per pKg. per Ib.'1 r.. 25s Bleached Sultanas, per Ib lit Orange, Lemon and Citron Peel, Ib. 35c Shelleil Almonds, per Ib Shelled Walnuta, per Ib Mixed Nulj In shell, per Ib, New Brazil Null, per Ib. Mince Meat, per, pVg. Mince Meal, Llbby'a, In glass Asparagus Tips, per tin Mushroom Catsup, per bottle 65c 65c 25r, Sir. 1-r. I5c 3Gc 30o Honey, pure alfalfa, 60o and QEO. KERR Co. Plumes UuS and 313 Street S. Honey, Berry's 30c C. B. Mixed 65tJ FIMet, C. A B. Ghtrklns ,j....... 65o Pickles, Red Crost, Onion and Sweet 35: Pineapple, Hunt's 30c Pineapple, 20c Rnapberrles and slrawberrlet, new fruit 3Se Tsa, Kerr's special, per Ib. 45c 5 o'clock Tea, Sun-dried Japan, per Ib, 45o Tea, Qunpowdtr .1............... 60c Coffee, Our Moch'i and Jan per BOc Collet, Our Ideal, 3 Ibs. for JI.CO Oeorgt WAihlngton, Initantan- made In the cup. <1Sct ORANGES Small Size Special, ;