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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - September 25, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta WEDNESDAY. SKI'TKMIIHH 25. H)1X THE LICTIIPjUIDGE DAU.Y HERALI7 Old Men, Women and Children Garner French Crop; Men Fight Willi the Canadian Troops. A it 4- "-. *- illy Mull from .1. K. II. I.lvesny, Cor-r*?.--ptirirlfinr. uF the Canadian I'reni, Limited.)- -The, frcnch people have a wonder;ill crop and they garner II in Ilii- I' spell of fine weather Unit, lias cniinlcd us to map llii! lull fruits Of our victory, llul they garner il v lh iilil men and woiiiimi anil children. I im young women are In I lie war factories doing llii'lr nil for franco. They garner li v.ilh lii'iil. IiiuUk ami Mumbling feet mill '.villi llir crudest appliances. Here ami there Is a hin- iI o r iiml iiinrr often a mower, hu: everywhere In (lie swish of (lie scythe anil ("Von ol' tlir sickle ami women following, binding .'liiMf.-' with straw plaits, just as did Ilio farmers ol' Ontario mill Quebec a general ion up.'. There are no Mui' coaled soldiers WdikiMK in '111' fields ol Krallce. They reap Hilently in otlii'r fh Ids. Our good neighbors. tln> French, �wiiri' patting on u lillii' show of their own in I'riilll of Hove. One liuil tltii privilege to see Mini.-thinn of It nn (let- guidance of a charming French intelligence officer. Itoye I i   s low down In tlio valley ami from tlie first, plateau on which we stand nothing ran lie seen but the smoke oi' nursling shells In its high nortll,- We are in a trench, examining ;1 bayonet, a beautiful rapier like piece of polished steel. "How much more artistic you are," one cannot help saying "This weapon is equally effective as our own. bin what a thing of beauty il is. And your 'ainnnllage is art. suiting iiself perfectly to Unchanging nxped-i of soil and country: while ours Is. a miitintie,;.- of rule of thumb, which hits or ui:s'.c lias i: anslormeil I a � oi. nn low. Tl:ey lack too �J BUFFET-A handsome piece, simply and pleasingly designed, capacious drawers and cabinet room, large handsome lop surmountod hv large Mi.u flritish bevel r.................38.00 27.50 CHINA CABINET-Dainty, simple, pletia-111K. v.ilh lots of sheif room and broad unobstructed glass door and sides to display the china. At ....................... CHAIRS-A simple, serviceable style, trim, straight line framing, ample scats, soft nnd genuine leather nmhlons. Sel of five small and one arm. QQ BLANKETS-Buy Them Now! An Extra Large Wool BUnket at $9.00 a Pair We call this a fam/ly special; it's extra large, 60x80 Inches. Made of best selected yarns, very soft, non-irritating finish; finished neatly at ends and has a bright blue border. This blanket Is worth today $12,00. An Extra Quality Wool Nap Blanket at $12.00 A blanket made for service, also of an extra large size, lovely snow white, soft and fleecy, and it's beautifully finished at the ends. It's hard to say what this olanket will be worth this winter. Let us show you them more intimately. UPHOLSTERED ROCKER AND CHAIR Hero is a rlmlr that will pyoyn nn no iliiiHltlon to the living room, flniRlied In satin mahogany. For IL Is of this rich dark wood Unit it is composed, tlie back and sent is covered In shadea of ollvo green, brown and bluck tapestry of a fine-, Koft weave. Chair is Priced at ... . $19.50 Rocker at..........$20.00 BEAUTIFUL BRASS BEDS In combination buff finlsli with the now ribbon effect, 2 Inch posts, heavy top rail, Hi-Inch upright fillers, large flat, caps 'With husks, high head rail, full drop extension foot end. KliilRhod In best quality lingllsh lacquer and ub- no ("A Holutely guaranteed, nt only ... ifViwv A particularly attractive nruss lied, with two inch continuous posts and five V, -inch upright fillers, liundiiomely finished in mirror hraas and ribbon trimmed, size �!. only and priced ut only ................. MM'll II Mil* 50.00 LIVING ROOM ROCKER Which will add to the Inviting- nppnnranco of n room. Made of seleclml iiiiiirter-siiwed onlj In the new nut brown finish. Full automobile spring sent upholstered in the best grade Spatiinh leather of the untile shade. Upholstered shaped bucks and built so as lo fit you in the small of this back. At only ....................................... $26.00 Chair to Match, at only........................... $25.00 ]L*i  C>  T El �1 IP 1^ El QUALITY FURNITURE & GROCERIES 0,',t the v. :ir lei-,ir 1 the Y."C She lets Sunlight do the v.-orl-v- Read Sunlight $5000 guarantee of purity lie lights " l"Tfeet Klin- Sunlight dispels the shadow that once hung over wash day IN fact mans women do not sav "wash day" anv more, -i- They say "Sunlight Day". It's a genuine pleasure to use Sunlight Soap hecause it means an economical wash, it means a quick wash. Why? Because, Sunlight is absolutely pure- you need only half the quantity as compared with ordinary soaps, nor will Sunlight harm any delicate fabrics, or hurt your hands. And it really takes the labour out of the washing in surprisingly little time as you will see by following the directions. LEVER BROTHERS LIMITED, TORONTO NINE THOUSAND HOMES WITHOUT COAL Toronto. Sept. U! Nine lliouranti Toronto homos have reported to the local fuel eom-miHcloiii-r that t.'iev aie abso- Declare They Cannot Compete] With Eastern Firms-.Win- j ister Considering ! Second Canadian Tank Battalion Quietly Organized at i 1'elawawa Ottawa, .Sept. ",7- -Hon. f. C. Hal-luutync. minister ol' uiariue. when in tervlowed rognrdiiiK i:oveniment orders placed with ll:-::i>h Columbia filllpbulldern for steel ,^hip.-, utaled that it was) not a fact that steel ship:-, similar In size, arc beiu;: built in Seattle at a higher cost than at Vancouver and that a.- a matter of fait, the United States governnient Is i;''t-tin� steel slu|>s. somewhat similar in size iind e(|iiipiuent, at a lower llnish-ed cost thtin the Canadian government is- Kettlni; from the llritish Columbia steel fihiplmilder.'i. ^Ir, llallantyne further slated thai 1.1m object of the delegation thai walled upon hi in - shlplmihlci .1 from Vancouver-wiih to place before him the fact that, they were not able lo build kIiIjim out there in competition with eastern Canada and to press the min ister lo take llrilish Columbia conditions into ills favorable consideration and era in a higher price for govern-mom ships being built at Vancouver than is lining paid In eastern Canada. The minister auld that so far he has been placing orders for government standard Kleel ships at a uniform price throughout all the steel shipbuilding yards in Canada and this policy the llrllisl) Columbia shipbuilders, object to, alleging thai they i an-uot compete with eastern Canada yards. The minister is givim-- the matter his consideration an.I it will be decided within a few d...s whether the government will grant llrlt is'i Columbia shipbuilders a higher price for Htoel olilps than Is being paid in custom yards. Tlie minister was emphatic in hi:t (lnc.ltirntlon that having taken the no-ccHuary fiction ,ir .irately to Ini'onn hlitmelf. he was in u position to state positively thai the prices he was of-forltlK to iihlplmildeiM In British Col-mnblii were not lower than Utoso oli-taliiing on tlie United i'lalcs 1'aeliic ''li'"*!!, A new regulation regarding the use ot sugar has just been issued from Ottawa, anil was received in the city Inst night. It state-: "lie sugar to be used by public eating places for the preserving of trull for future use. Order provides that account must be kept of sugar fur this purpose. It is intended that public eating places may draw on their present, iilloiiueiil lo use for preserving and upon receipt of statement here of amount used tor such purpose supplementary certificate will be issued. Thus if they use up tour hundred pounds In September and October for | preserving out of present allotment j supplementary certificate will lie is-; sued to cover such amount and such i sugar he available for ordinary use in ; .November and December. Above ! iljes not apply for Mvoi'lcuiiiiK of i fresh or stewed fruits for Immediate ,' use." [It j C. 1). Taprell. chairman of the Vie-! tory !,;.;.n for this district was In the (city ye'leiiiay and met iiulte a lurgo i number of the business men of tlio | city at five o'clock. The purpose ot | the minting was to appoint, a loenl I chairman and orgnnlr.e the commitleo j but no uppoinlmen' was made. S. .1. ; Shepherd, last year's chairman Is j now chairman of the Cardstou dis-jtrict, and will not be available for I die local work, A nominating commlt-I tee composed of the bank nuimignt'M 'of the clly was named to appoint a chairman nnd bring in nnuies for a local committee and another mootltiB will he hold on Monday to recuivo tholr report. Ottawa. Sept. 2a-The second Canadian tank battalion, which for some time past been quietly organizing at l'ctawawa Cump, Is now nearly ready to embark for overseas. The formation of this battalion Is another siep toward the establishment of a Canadian tank brigade. The personnel of the second battalion has, been drawn from artillery units which have been training at IVtuwtiwa Camp. A certain number of artilbiry olllcers have volunteered for the tank service and application from a number of others have been received from military districts throughout Canada. The second lank battalion will have for its provisional couiniundm' M. A. Cameron, an artillery ollleer from l'ctawawa, who will take the unit overseas. Uorty iion-cotiimiKsioned olllcers and men have been spocinlly .selected from artillery units with a view to training ns olllcers. They will not receive their commissions In Canada, but will be sent overseas, and receive further training at Hexhill. Ktig-laud, before holng grunted their rank us olllcers. The tank battalion In made up of '.ill olllcers, 41 stuff serg- eants and .".-li; other lanks. In addition, one medical iitlicer and tlve other ranks are attached to thu unit. This is, the tank unit to which Geo. McKlllop. the well known local boy, transferred from the 78th Uattery. The above would indicate that ho i� Blaf ed for a commission in the tanks, and ll is a tribute to hit ability that ho has been chosen. RAILWAY SERVICE With the absolute silence which pervades the vicinity of the railway commissioners, the agitation for a return of the daily service on the Coutls and Cardstou branches seems to hnvo come lo a standstill. Cardstou, Mn-gralh and Kayinotid people aro not saying much, bin they are thinking a great deal and they will continue to agitate until the service Is raplaceil. Travel on the Hue is very light, nnd the use of automobiles Is greater than ever. So far the roads have been good for autonioblllng ami the Inconvenience caused has not been us groat as it will he later when wiuter iota in. t Outside the mall and express a grant deal of Inconvenience Is caused by the lack of a means for dally shipments of crcnin. Some farmers In I ho district are losing heavily through being forced to sell I heir cream locally in a sour elate instead of shipping th� sweet cream to LothbrldRO. ;