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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 18, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta "AGE SIX WEDNESDAY. OCTOBER 18, ini5_ The Danger Zone Those whose diet is deficient in body- building powers are living m the danger zone and fall to the farst attacks of chills, colds and influenza. Unless you nourish the body the body will fail as surely as an army cut ott from its base of supply. Bovril just makes all the difference between your being nourished and your not being nourished by your food. Bovril is the food the body-building powers of which have been proved by independent scientific investigation to be from 10 to 20 times the amount taken. Francis Leroy Satterlee, Jr., one of New York's wealthiest physicians, Carnurngay, Oct. 1C.- Numerous records have up and broken in the past two years in province in the way of crop pro duction, but we doubt very much it the following record can be beat: In the fall of 1915 H. L. McDonald purchased a Quarter section of land in the Bowville district on which there was HO acres aummerfallowed for ti o win of ?3200. In the spring ot this this 140 acres was put into whea and the threshing of the crop has jus been completed, showing a yield of 51 bushels to the acre, or in other word, I 7000 bushels. At the prevailing pric I of wheat this means a revenue In on 1 rear of of a piece ot Ian i bought for 53200. CM you beat it. Threshing commenced again on Mm dav of this week, and ns the weathe las been perfect all week a larg amount of grain has been threshe out The Sun estimates that JO or percent, of the threshing is comple i4The vields are much the same previously reported, stubble vielding from 20 to 30 busneis to the kcre and summerfallow land 40 and onshels, and many fields 50 bushels "tmaiity of the grain is good, most of it grading No. 1, 2 and. 3, with very little of the latter grade. Some Good Yields TT. Pitkin. of Bowville. threshed catch of ten'acros of stubble. Len Burns, of Bowville. reports that on one piece ot his farm that he Sumateu would yield MOO bushels, he threshed 4500 bushels. McKav Bros, threshed over 40 bus. ;o-the acre today on spring powmg Impressive Service Held by Unit cd Splendid Speeches (Special to the Horalil) Fernie, Oct. memorial ser- vices held ill Eliox church last night in memory ot the many soldier boys who have recently fallen at the front was a most impressive occasion. The Presbyterian, Baptist and Me- thodist congregations united in the services, and tilled the church to pacity. Rev. D. M. Perley, pt the Me thodi'st church, spoke very feelingly o Charles Hunnable. James Gorr e and Wm. Wilson, who hud paid the su preme sacrifice. Repeating the immortal words o Lincoln at Gettysburg: "It is rather to: us to be here dedicated to the grea task remaining before us, that Iron honored dead we take increased devo tion to the cause for which they gav the last full measure ot devotion, th.l wo here highly resolve that these dea shall not have died in vam. that th nation shall, under God. give a ne It IiaUOU SI.lH.llj uu... o-- birth of freedom, and that the goveri ment of the people, by the people an for the people, shall not perish fron the earth." Rev Perley showed liow applicahl were these words to the present oca sion' The war in which these Ferm bovs had "given the last supremo me sufe of devotion." must go on until ou nation, along with the other liatioi lighting side by side, shall have a ne if "or greater freedom, free from an threatening danger from ambltlou rulers and peoples. Rev A. D. Mclntosh. who is-tern porarily filling the words: ra' REDUCE RATE ON Winnipeg. Oct. companies, have agreed to a re- duction of 25 per cent of the usual rate for. all cattle for breeding, feeding, and ralsh- in- purposes to any point in Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Alberta, accardiag to an an- nouncement issued Saturday. and member of one of the city's best known families, will undergo an op- eration for cancer, contracted as a result of burns received a number of years ago while experimenting with an X-ray machine for the cure of that ailment In his own ease, however, he will not'resort to treatment, as he the acre oa on the farm of Mart Low. Mart ex- pects to glut the market when he starts to thresh his summerfallow. i Howarth has just completed threshing and had 300 acres of sam- Serfal low which yielded 50 bushe s to the acre, and 300 acres ot stubble that vielded 30 bushels. Two weeks ago pictures were taken ot the threshing operations on the farm of A. P. Hughes three miles south of Carmangay where the 5_ eld abound and the movie men will visit the big j Noble farm at Nobleford. COURT MARTIAL AT BRUSSELS Oct. 1T.-A court mar.ial will assemble at Brussels today tor the trial ot fourteen persons accused ol conspiracy, according to news des- ng he wors: "Greater love hath no im than this, that he lay down his lite t his applying the language the occasion which had gathered large a congregation to do honor the memory of the dead heroes. full choir rendered selected mus Ell LIKE II HEW mi fter Taking Only One Bo- Si "Fryit-a-tives" EAST SIIIF HAHIIOUB, N. S. "It is with great pleasure tlmtl write o tell you of the -.vondtrful buicfts 1 ave received, from taking "Frnlt-a- For years, I was a dreadful ufferer from Constipation and Head- and 1 was miserable in every way. S'othing in the way of medicines seemed j help me. Tlicn' I finally tried Fruit-a-tives" ami the effect was plendid. After taking one box, 11'ecl ike a new person, to have relief from bose sickening Mis. MARTHA DHWOLFB. OOc. a box, G for trial size, 25c. At all dealers or sent postpaid by Fruit a-tives Limited, Ottawa, undlan Hod Cross nodoty In henrtj synuiuthy with the movement, which will extended to all thtl Dominions boyoml the BOHB, and la desirous tliat tho Ounadlnn Red Cross uoctoty ulmll maitn on that day. a response worthy of tho people ot rjimnda, nod our C Ills Honour, tho Uoutomiiit-Govor- nor o( Alberta, tully endorses thin scheme and will nmko a public an- i iiouucoment In rogiml