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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 18, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta WEDNESDAY, OCTOWCn THE LETHBRIDGE. DAILY PAGE FIVE COLD Now Comes Immediate Need, of a OVERCOATS ol'the country. This is by far the latest and most extensive stock the cily and abot and up. aml Men's Belted Overcoats, overcoats, up. The New FALL SUITS up. SUITS, ALL NEW, ALL STYLISH. Fit-Reform Snits, Suits, 00 00 no. up- MOuTcenh'fry' Suits, Special Values in Men's Suits at MXUU All suits and overcoats finished to measure by an experienced tailor. TAILORING We make suits to measure 'and guarantee fit as we guarantee tta nnjlrt and workmauHhlp. Price Sweater Coat Weather SWEATER COATS. AU weights, all styles. Underwear Work Shirts Shield's Heavy Ribbed, 2-piece, heavy and torn, s up. Cotton Work Shirts, t s ui iliHavHv tiio sinking. I UK sun s i so listltl fllb.ll in e .....j of Qlenwood, came Into, town els tlms far and no exceptional yields bringing J. Hudson, who reported. Around Aetna there are ln Ule threshing threo threshing outfits at work. On Un u p.-p. Skriver's farm the fall wheat latt hand were made a little over forty buahels and l especially the little the spring" grain between twenty-five laceraibu, _t _ vm and thirty bushels. Yields in" the Glenwood (Sniclal to the Cardston, Oct. Raley good yields are reported. There are three outfits at work In the Immediate vi- cinity Dr A G Robertson, who has the largest farm in this district states his gra'in as threshed thus far is run- .nlng forty bushels to the acre and j'd stubblenlin "ittMr.i-A. Dor- by's'tlie yiold bushels.; Farther Boutlii at A W; Pitcher's "farui. where threshing has. Just commenced, .the vleid is from 40 to 45 bushels. At -Wooltord there are some eight threshing oiitflta BOlnB, and the grai, district where some four machines are oper- ating are reported as running forty to forty-five bushels and grading well. They need more threshing outfits In this" locality. s. Only one (luHIt at Kiuiuan started up on Saturday and no fields were completed "so as to get returns. The quality is reported very good. More machines are also needed here. Farther, east and north at Dawson Brothers farm we have the- best yield per. acre yet recorded in this district Their fall wheat is suid to have made fifty-two bushels per acre in some thirty acres. Like other far- uHuiy _- finger. The attention ot Dr. wnn soon utit the "injured member in good shape, but it will be some time before he can resume work. Sailors' Relief Fund t meeting was held this evening or. those interested in the sailor's relief A central committee P. W. eTto c'arry" on the work here. Atkins W. H. Steed and Ernest Duce. A nig tus ''e arrangcu lor aiiu the aid of the teachers and pupils ot our school solicited so as to have a full canvass of the town made and the outlying districts as well. A meeting is to be called at 10 o'clock tomorrow for {he organization push in aid of this tund. no better time could be selected tha i the anniversary ,pf si-eat naval victory to which all Brit- ish subjects point with pride. Hay we ail do our duty to this worthy cause on Trafalgar Day. Conference visitors to Salt Lake City are now returning. Mayor J. T. Brown and President Card ton and W. G. Smith of Leavitt, came in on Saturday evening's train from R A Pilling also reached the home port.. He went with, the train of cit rom.nt.Iy shinned by J. J. Galbraith night's train brought back I P Low. who has been investigat ing and preparing to bring ir. a splen did breed of dual purpose Red Polled. Mr Duce is expected back with an other shipment of Shorthorns from Manitoba this week, while, A. Jen sen is going another con sisnment of dairy Shorthorns, Hoi steins and Ayrshires .on Wednesdas next. i There were 1030'vessels i gross tons built in the United State! __ '__ Iiiiio mers here-they had only a small also! at Cardston thus far'at Calgary as the time for the big I UlG compared with 12GU ot 216.711 tons In the preceding year. all overworked women probably housewife is the hardest wotkcd. hhi has so much to attend to, with ven- llttli help. Her work can be lightened if knows the valnc of syslem and d' try and lake a short rrat, m j's Woodsworth, director of social servic" for the three western prov- S ot Manitoba, Alberta, will address a puhlie nieet- 01 itTa a baclache, rotion of imtabihly or itching Sntrolhble wrvousnew be wrong with the head LIEUT COL C H MITCHELL Tormcrl 01 Sir lulim mig ll- telligence staff of the Canadian Corps al the front, who has been promoted to premier, staff officer Held on Octoher -'4 has been post o cd until the 20th in ordei that he members of th- committee might be given the opportunity of attending Sir. Woodsworth's 'meeting. VISCOUNT OLIVE DEAD AT LONDON London, Oct. phe, eldest son of the Fourth Earl of Pow is died in London fiorn wounds rc'ceiveil in action Loid Clive was born Dec. 2, 1892. steadily and systematically with Ot Picrcc's Favorite Prescription For diiensra from which wonvnsulW "Favorite Prescr ption" is a powerful n- .teSc Duringthelastnftyyeanithai banished from the lives tftnu- wnds ot women the diatrsBS caused by diswitj. IT you a sufferer, Fsvorim Preacnption rai M form.tjvday i la orm to-day lavalida1 HoKl. Birftrfp, N. ;