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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 4, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta KHI.DAY, -I. THK DAILY HERALD PAGE FIVH PAINS IN SIDE AND BACK How Kelly Suffered and How She was Cured. Burlington, was very irreg- and had pains in my side and buck, bMt after taking Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com- pound and using two bottles of the Sanative Wash 1 am fully convinced that I am entirely cured of these trou- bles', and feel better all over. I know your remedies have done me worlds of good and I hope every' suffering woman will give them ra ANNA KELLY, 710 Chestnut Street, Burling- Wis. The many'convincing testimonials con- published in the newspapers ought to be proof enough to women who Buffer from those distressing ills pecu- liar to their sex that Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound is the medicins they need. This good old root and herb remedy has proved unequalled for these dread- ful ills; it contains what is needed to festore woman's health and strength. If there is any peculiarity in your case requiring special ad- vice, write the Lydia E. Pink- ham Medicine Co. Lynn, for free advice. Golf Links Now Nearly Ready new municipal golf links at Henderson Park are nearly completed, under the direction of Commissioner Grace and Sergeant-Major Hume, and will likely be ready for use in a few days. The course consisls of nine holes wltli several IOHK, ransy drives, and 'as some of the natural hazards there that will require only slight loucliing up it is believed will he found suitable enough for the ent. In order to have the links properly maintained and kept in order it is the intention to engage the services of a man to look after the links regu- larly by the month to be there every .day, and for this purpose an invita- tion is hereby extended to all citi- zens who caro lo do so to pay in each for the season's membership, payment to be maile to tlie City Trea- surer in trust. The sooner thesg de- posits, reach an adequate amount, the sooner it will be possible to get mat- ters going in regular order. A meet- ing Is also called for .Monday the 7th inst.. at S p.m. in the Chinook Club for tlie purpose of .organizing a com- mittee to act in accord with tlie City Council in managing the one. Interested is invited to attend this meeting. (From ofrr own Noblefoi'd) Aug. Implemenl men are dplng u, good trade these! days. A carload of binders arrived this most of them ho- ing already'ordered .by p-.-oaiicctive purchasers. J The drifting of the soil last spring (owing to the high winds bas been responsible for the sale of a hirge nniiiber of cultivators. These are preferable to the discs nil sum- mer fallow? us they nchlovc edually" I good with fbii advantage of leaving Hie': surface o' the lands In I lumps of eaVth instead of a fine earth susceptible 'to the influence of the winds. NO shortage in liimlor twine is anticipated. We had opportunity on Saturday to see the crops along the line as far north as Calgary and have come to tlie conclusion that there were none which looked so good as tliose in these parts, This is an ideal grain country anfl the application of sane farming miithods is bringing out tbn best possible results. Nohleforci will not be behind any other district this year in lipavy yields ol the nest grades. New Pastor. Rev. N. Uelderloos who has been called to ije' pastorate of the Dutch Christian Reformed church here is ex- pected to arrive with his family from Washington; some time next week. The new minister, who comes highly recommended, will reside in Noblf- ford, the.congregation having arrang- ed to purchase a house here for use as a manse, fllov. Mr. flelderloos will also preacb at Oranuni anil oilier points in connection with Ills minis- try here. Nearly forty went to Calgary by the special Red' Cross Excursion cm Sat- urday. Somp disappointment was felt and expressed because no opportunity was offordfj'd of seeing the review. However, a good tlmo was spent, there being many interesting attra- tions. i Cutting Rye flow Itye Is bjiing cut on a number ui' farms in the district. School started on Tuesday after two months' holidptvs. .Miss Bs- telle Bowness has been appalnted teacber for the ensuing session. IMIss Bowness has. been teaching at the Siiring Coulee school for the past tbree 'years and comes well re- commended; Work has been in progress for a few days pn the cut just south of the depot. The crew were making a good job of it but had' to quit before they could finish the work: The C. P. R would- do well to finish the work this fall so thai the cut may be ciean'inUh'e spring when it would otherwise be1'in very poor shape. We haven't licard anything about Ujiit Hoard of Trade excursion to the farms ro-ind thin way. Things uro 'ui good llwi such a trip 'would lie liolli Interesting and. .in- structive. "Tlie local lied Cross desires lo ac- kiiuwlKdcu with tlnmks tho receipt of articles from Jlrs. Ilurim, Mrs. Mulli- gan and .Mrs. .Morrltt of White Lalco. .Miss Davis of Album Hldgu, and lad- les of Kclio pur .Mrs. Ciloanon. TUBHO sleeves, personal property, bags, shirts articles Include Hlicets. nurses' and others. The ladies mentioned have worked very hard and great credit is due tu them. "Special services liave been arranged fur Hov. Dr. Fer- guson of Calgary. Superintendent of .Missions for Southern Alberta, will he present and will prcuch morning and evening at Nobleforrl and at Nowf lands in the uftnrncon. A communion service will ton held at Noble-ford In the iiiorniiiK and in tlie evening III- taut baptism. The services should j be very interesting and large congre- gations are expected. Wheat Cutting in 2 Weeks C. S. .Noble thinks thai cutting of wheat will be in full progress within the two weeks. Wo hear that is suing to lose its .station agent, H. H. .McKiuiion. wlio may go to Warner. His going would ho a great loss to the j town as during bis slay here he has won the esteem of all by Ills kindly and obliging manner, and his readi- I ness lo help in any work thai may be going on. Tlie Ladies' Aid met at Orandvievv Farm on Wednesday afternoon and arranged for a social to be held at tho home of -Mrs. C. H. Noble on I the 12th of Ibis month. Refreshments will he served al moderate cost and an interesting program of various numbers has been prepared, including a light sketch entitled "Wanted, a Wife." No charge is being made for admission and a large crowd is ex- pected. Local hall enthusiasts arc endeavoring to arrange a ball game in conjunction this .social. New Elevator Officers A meeting of the shareholders of the local Farmers' Elevator was held yesterday afternoon in the KChool- iiouse and was well attended. C. F- Drown vice-president and Executive i Officer of the Alberta Fanners' Co- operative Elevator Co.. was present, 1 and lucidly explained the whole sys- tem. Officers were elected for this on- suing year as follows: President, CJ. 1 Saunderson, Directors, li. C. DaviSj I Win. George, .1. Haydon. W. IT. .links, G. Saunderson, Secretary II. C. Davis. It is expected that the elevator will jopen for business on September loth. Thus our fourth elevator is assured and the farmer will have a better chance this year than be had with the limited elevator capacity of lasl year. Two men died from the heat at Montreal: Philip Proubt, a carter, who collapsed while unloading furniture from a wagon, and W. Gray, a painter, who was overcome while painting a bouse in Verdun. Nineteen horses died from the beat and in some cases carcasses of dead horses were'left ly- ing on the streets for hours. S, V MEATS PREPARED YOUR TABLE Our select lines of cooked meats for the warm -weather will please the most partic- ular anil tempt ths hot weather appetite.. We are sure busy women will 'welcome the service can give with regard to, .cooked meatu. Instead standiug over a hot stove it will bo possible to conserve energy and order meats from us that are Ready For Dinner The following are suggestions: VEAL LOAF, JELUEO TONGUE, ROAST HAM WITH DRESSING, PREMIUM COOKED HAM, COOKED CORN BEEF, HEAD CHEESE, TOMATO SAUSAGE, BOLOGNA, FULL LINE OF 8WIFT18 GOODS. Just the tiling for dinner on hot days, Sundays, picnics and luncheons. DELANYS Limited PHONE 452 ST DAY! LOUIS KEEL'S ANCE SALE TOMOKHOW, SATURDAY, is positively (he last day of. our Clearance, Sale. Head 0111- Hale prices which are lower than we can ini.y today I'rom (he niamifactiirci's. Men's Straw Hats Panamas Clearance..' price "Leghorn" Straw Hata. Cleiiraim! Straw Hats. (JM P Clearance price Straw Hats. Clearance price I J t. Men's Work Shirts Priced 1 H Clearance price Priced Clearance price Men's Overalls PLAIN BLUE or Striped. Priced Clearance Al j r price per suit. Oleurancu price............... SHIRTS DRAWERS. Triced C5c per garment; Clear- ancii price ftOC Men's Socks SILK SOCKS. Plain or fancy. Clearance price 75c SILK SOCKS. Plain colors.. Clearance price 35c LtSLE SOCKS. All colors. Clearance price 25c LISLE SOCKS. Clear- ance price, 3 pair for 's Fine Shoes Priced -SG.OO and 86.50. Black or Tan. Clciirancc price............... S5.45 Priced 85.00 ;ind 35.50. Button or Lace. Gle.aTfuice price Priced S4.50. Clearance S3.35 Priced Clearance price FLORSIIEIM SHOES. Oxford "Styles. Tan or black. Button or lace. Priced Clearance Men's High-class Summer Shirts In the smartest 'designs, guaranteed fast colorings SILK SHIRTS with ISTovelty Stripes. Price Clearance price MERCERIZED AND MADRAS SHIRTS. "Arrow" Brand. Clearance and SHIRTS, Monarch Brand. Clearance price .................95c Fifth St. South LOUIS KEEL Fifth South Exceptional Values in E S 2 SPECIALS 2 TOMORROW ONLY For Men Men's Oxfords, tan, patent and dull leathers, _fashion- able shapes, reg. and values. ForWomen Women's Pumps and Low Cut patent and dull leathers, W. J. Nelson Co Sherlock Building Third Ave. S., Lethbridge ;