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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - August 10, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta FRIDAY, ATIGUST 10, 1917 THE LET1IBRIDCF. DAILY HERALD Rid the Skin of disfiguring blemish** fcy quickly purifying the blood, improving tlie circulation, and r* gut axing the habits with BEEOUN'S PIUS LnrtMl Sti� mf Amr MmNcEiw In �h* WarU. 14 ninwWn, In bna. 2Se- CARDSTON (l''i'cim Our Own Cnrrcxpomlpnl) CnvdHton, August 8-This dlHtrfct received it flue local /tthowor on Krl-dny uflernoon, tho extent wnH not �h Kruat na denorved aw only tho district frniu Olonwood south and from I.eav-Jlt oust rcoulvwl much rain. Howovor, tin; Cnrdston gardens and fields surrounding havo rocoivod a Rood drenching and will be greatly hunofittcd. Grain has boon doing remarkably veil despite tho continued dry weather arid the liny harvest lins gone forward rnpidly, Tlio crop is lighter than usual htit will be sufficient for nil local requirements and possibly a ll(tlo for sliinmont. Tho excursion lo tlio Demonstration Farm last Tuesday was not well attended by llio people of the south line and there Is a reason. Tho excursion was not well advertised in the Cards,ton district or there would have been many more In attendance.' There are.now organizations of the l'. F. A. at TayloLvillo, Woolford, Aetna, Cnrdston, O'enwood and Hill Spring, and had the officers of these locals boon notified concerning it, the.ro would have been a local interest created resulting in many men attending. Some parties went by auto from this district, but few by train. On ringing up the above points your norrosponddnt found that none of them knew of tho excursion ns announced for July :!lst. All of them expressed regret that Information had not been earlier as despite haying operations, many would hav*- taken the day for such a trip at. the very favofublo rate given by the railroads. �J,et us have nilolbcr excursion next year and giv�>. us a better chance to advertise ij and results will bo worth whi^jj. Those who attended at Clares-holm are loud in their praises of tho line treatment accorded all and the many items of valuable information received by them from tho farm staff. Tho Liberal call, for a meeting to send delegates to the big convention was fairly well attended though tho outside districts were not well represented. .Mr. J. A. Hammer, chairman of tho district, presided. The delegates named wore K. N. Barker, 11. 11. Jirown, n. A. Pilling and I'\ \V. Atkins, with h. Williams, ('. \V. Pickup and John Holmes ns alternates. Tho delegates were all 'on hand Saturday morning and took the train for Winnipeg. Our provincial member, Mr. Martin Woolf, will lead tile delegation. It. is a great occasion and we trust our representatives will be equal to It. - TURKS IN BAD PLIGHT The Turkish soldiers In Anatolia are �aid to be in a bad plight. They are miscellaneously armed -with Mausers, Martinis and almost any available kind of rifles, and are commanded by Gorman non-commissioned officers whoso rule is Biieh as to provide an irritation that cannot be disguised or concealed. The situation is the worse for the fact that the fare of the troops is getting steadily worse. Meat, which once was plentiful and cheap Is now almost unobtainable, because the Germans are said to have sent away everything they could lay hands on, even to dead horses. EVIDENCE STILL NOT FORTHCOMING Ottawa, Aug. 8.-Sir Wilfrid Lnur-lor In the commons today again drew the attention of tho prime minister to the fact that the evidence upon which tho MeLcod-Tellier commission based Its report had no*, yet been laid on the table. Sir Itohort Borden said tho matter wos in the hands of the minister of Justice. Sir. Doherty wag hot. present. V. )!. Oarvell asked If It was possible for tlio minister of finance to give a statement,to the public as to the details of the taxation under the business profits tax. He said he had given the minister of _ finance the names of fotir or five New firtmswlclt companies which had mado large profits and he desired to know If they had paid a fair tax. He had been given some private Information,-but this was of no public value. The matter, he said, was of so much itnportanoe (hat the house was entitled' to a straight declaration, from the government regarding what was expected from this tax. -Sir Thomas White replied that-when the business profits tux was under consideration in 11*16, the statement, was made that return* would be made provided a resolution was passed providing for such information, but It was thought inadvisable that details of the private-business.of ii firm fhnuld be made publkv- Bo far did- that obtain that a clause was Inserted In tho act providing for a penalty upon any official giving Information regarding tho prlvato bun'./tcaH of taxpayers. Ho did not desire '.hut the administration of the act should exempt from public criticism, but ho hhd come to the conclusion, that,if a member desired detailed iniornintlon he ought to move in tho house for it and should give the grounds upon which he desired iho information. It was important to 1 firms that the details of their private business should not be made public to their competitors. This was the practice in Great Britain. Mr. Carvell asked if a member could use the information given him. Sir Thomas said he could use such information consistently with his responsibilities as a member of parliament. The house then went into commit-too on the resolution to nationalize tho Canadian Northern, and give fin-uncial assistance to tho extent of seven and a half millions to the Grand Trunk Pacifio. 24,000,000 MEN FIGHTING Combatants Would Take Fortnight to Pass Given Point Ten Abreast The fighting armies of Die belligerents today, according to Sir William Tlobortson, number twenty-four millions of men. Such a figure as this is impossible of realization, but a few familiar comparisons may help tho public to grasp what It means. Suffereo From Bacuohe Rheubatiji, Dropst. Dtar Mr. Editor-I wish to tell ytm I  recent experience I had. when snf-faring from backache, weak back, rheo-niatiiui, dropsy, and congestion of the kidneys. I tried a new medicine called "Anuric," which lias recently been discovered by Dr. Pierce, of whose medicines and Surgical Institution in Buffalo, N, Y., you itayo no doubt heard for Tears. This medicine acted upon me in a '.vo'iderful manner. 1 never have taken any medicine so helpful in such quick time. I do wish anyone in need of such a remedy would give it a trial. (Signed) ii. 11. Ukrk. ' NOTK: Folks in town and adjoining counties are delighted with the results they have pp^ained by using "ANURIO," the newest discovery of Dr. Pierce, who is head of the Invalids' Hotel and BouqtOAL INSTITUTE, in Buffalo, N. Y. Those who started the day with a backache, stitf lags, arms aua muscles, and an aching head (worn out before the day began because they were in and out of b�d nal( a doiien limes at night) are appreciating the perfect rest, comfort aud new 'strength they obtained from Dr. Pierre's "Anuria Tablets. To prove that this is a certain uric acid solvent and conquers headache, kidney and bladder diseases and rheumatism, if rou've never used the " Anuric/ cnt (hit out and. scud ten cents to Doctor Pierce lor a large sample package. This will provn to you that "Anurio" is thirty seven times more active than litiiin in eliminating uric acid-and the molt {Mrfecti kidney and bladder corrector. }f yon are a sufferer, go to your best druggist and a�k for a 50-cent box 61 "Aimric." You run no risk for Dr. Pierce's, good name stands behind this wonderdjl new discovery as it him for gt past hall century for his "Gblckm idieal Discovery'' which makes the qo4 nure, hie "Favorite Prescription" lor weak womea and "Pleasant Pelleto" Hft Uni ill*. COALDALE (From our Own Correspondent) Coaldale, Aug. 0.-Miss E. Ramsay of Toronto, has boon spending tho past two weeks with .Miss O. P. Mccormick. Next week she will lie accompanied by .Miss Mc'Coruilck on a trip to the coast. 10. A. Sharman of Lethbrldge unloaded a car of binder twine hero last week. The Coaldale U. F. A. is distributing a car load this week, j Automobiles were never of more j real value to tho people of this dis-| trlct, than during the present Chnu-j tauqua week. A large number of season tickets have been sold hero and a great many aro availing themselves of the opportunity presented by the Chautauqua program. Chairman S. S. Dunham had in mind the rural districts last, winter and we are grateful to him for his efforts in Becuring this high class attraction. So far as Coal-jdnle is concerned we would like to see it an annual affair. The Twelve Mile School reopened on Monday the (itli, after the vacation. The summer vacation has been shortened in order to havo a longer holiday dining tho severe weather of winter. There is a good deal to bo said for this if the attendance is not affected by pupils working at home for the next six weeks or eo. A party composed of Messrs. II. A. Suggitt and B. ,S. PawBon and families spent the week-end at Glacier Park, leaving here on Saturday and returning Tuesday evening. A number also spent a few days at the Waterton Lakes. Master Goorge Honeysett had. the misfortune the other day to break his arm while cranking a car. We hppo his recovery is rapid. Mr. .1. J. Loftier expects to return from the Kochester Hospital in a week so so. Miss Ida Honeysett, our popular reciter and elocutionist was In Taber on Monday evening, taking part in an entertainment there. Mr. Glen Potter is giving a danco for his friends on Friday evening in the Hay Growers' Hall. The light showers of Monday evening and Tuesday were very welcome; and not too late to do good. Harvest haa been begun in a good many quarters and will bo general in a fow days. ' u The church service hore will bo withdrawn on Sunday evening to ill-low the Coaldale congregation to hear Capt. (Ilev.) W, J. Hindley of tho Chautauqua program in a Joint service in Lethbrldge Sunday evening. Mr. Gust Linn has just put through n deal whereby he huB acquired SOt) acres of rancli land in the foothills. INVENTS PAINLE�8 BAYONET Pittsburg Man's Weapon Contains Antiseptics and Pain Osadener Alexander Fostor Humphrey of Pittsburg invented a narcotic bullet that would kill moose or othor animals without hurting them. Now ho comes along with an antiseptic, painless bayonet. The Popular Sclonee Monthly says It carries in its blade a capsule containing a mixture of antl-soptics, anaesthetics and gelatin. "When tho bayonet is plunged into a soldier," it says, ''the heat of tho body will melt tho capsule and relonso its healing contents, the anaesthetic deadening tho wounded man's pain, the antiseptic preventing infection, and tho gelatin stopping the How of blood. The Famous Canadian Salt THE CANADIAN SALT CO. UMITID. II "Food Controllers in Iho States unit Canada were appointed in order that tlio men at the front might be fed," says Hop W. .1. Ilaiinn, Canadian I'ooii Controller. "In order that those behind at home should not go hungry; In order that Great Britain and her Allies should not have to retreat from the enemy for want of food." Red Cross Report SCHEDULE "A" MOKTOAtSE SALE Pursuant to the order of His Honor Judge .Inclifion made tlio 19th day of .Inly A.I). 1017 in a certain action wherein The Molson's Bank is plaintiff and John 15. Piche and Hlldedgo Miron are defendants, the following lands and premises in the Province of Alberta, namely, Lot 18 in Block fi according \n a plan of part of the City of Lethbridge ,of record, in the Land. Titles OfbVo for the South Alhorta Laud Registration District as "Lethbrldge 'i:;r>:;s." Subject to the rights and reservations implied or expressed In the existing Certificate of Title and in tho original grunt from tho crown, will be offered for sale \iy public.auction on the 18t.li day of August, A.f). 1 It 17 at lo.no o'clock. In the forenoon at tho Court House in the City of Lethbrldge In the Province of Alberta. On the property there is said to bo a two storey brick building about 25 x siO used as a Chinese school room and boarding house. A ono storey frame building about 20 x 24, used as a storage building in poor repair. Tho property will bo offered for sale subject to a resorvod bid and subject to- the reservations contained In tlio grant from the crown or in the Certificate of Title. Terms of Sale: 10% In cash at fime of sale, I fie;, in sixty days, 25% in six months from date of sale* 25% in one year and remaining 25% in two years from said date of sale with interest at tho rate of eih.it (S) per cent, per annum. Further directions may bo had from the auctioneer or the undersigned solicitors. . SHKPHERll. DUNLOP & TUCE, ' Lethbrldge, Alberta, Solicitors for the Plaintiff Herein, ftlalcolm Young, Esq., Auctioneer. Ad N s Financial ntntethf-M lor t of :july, 1917. Letnbriilge lln ailiim Ilert Cross'Soclelj : July t. cash'on hand ...... Crystal. Laku school ...... tied Cross' teas ......;.. Wlllard W. C. T. ii........ Foremost............. Foremost new memb'-rs ... St. Kflrta.................. Plunkott and Savage ...... I^cw Dayton .............. Nrs. McMillan ............ Carlilval, extra amounts .. Cigars .............. Ice cream............... Anonymous ...... ....... Golf Club tea ............. Foremost fag Day ........ Foremost, new members ... 1 Pipe sold to Mr. Dawson Sorosls Socloty ........... Aden Ladles' Aid ......... St. Kllda, new mnmiicrs .. Grassy Lake .............. Tnylor Stake schools ...... J. L. Peacock ............. Iron Springs picnic ........ Iron Springs Lndios' Aid .. White School Ladles' Aid .. Wesley Prothcon class..... Latter Day Saints ........ Basket Social ............ Experimental Farm .'...... Dr. Taylor, pipe ........... Hudson's Bay Company ... Alexander Gait Chap. I.O.I). Iron Springs IT.F.A........ Master Itutborford ........ Transferred from Carnival Pledges he month finch Can- .; ?n;r,n.r,.n, i.s.rji) .. i:il.7t) 12 00 72.01) t n .oo :t.7r, . i :!.r,.0r, si.Oll .in.50 ::.r>o Ur. 4.00 !t.2fi .. :M4.ar> i r,.r>o Mr, 4.".00 .. 100.00 7.00 2.50 .. 187.01) fi.Oo 70.00 n.oo 20.00 S.OO 5.00 35.00 .. 223.85 2.01) 25.00 10. 10.00 2(i.4() 2.50 .. 1825.10 ?3461.�5 . 160.00 ( Total............... I Disbursements 1 Commissioner Freeman ..... | City Sign Works ............ ! F. W. Woolworth ........... I Lethbrldge Telegram ....... ! Staecy Lumber Co.......... |Htacey Lumber Co.......... ! W. A. McDonald ............ i Miss Arnold................ ftawden Brothers ........... H. Hulworth .'............... B. C. Fruit Market .......... J. D. Higinbotham .......... j H. A. McKillop ............. j ited Cross Drug and Book Co. ' P. Burns Co................. Lethbrldge Candy Co........ Lethbrldge Mercantile ...... Ellison Milling Co........... J. Gilmore .................. Bovs, helping at Carnival ... T. II. Keith................. Crystal Dairy Co............ Western Transfer Co........ Plunkott-and Savage ........ Hudson's Bay Co. Ltd....... J. G. Robertson ............. Consumers Hardware Co. ... A. J. Blackburne (money ad vanced) ............... W. A. Ott.................. Brewery........  ....... Armstrong and Rawortii ---- 11. A. Wright ____........... R. W. Wallace _____.......... R. A. Ewert____............ Crystal Dairy ...�......---- Band, Mr. Coates........... Singer Sewing Machine Co. . Bawdon Brothers.......... Ryland & Co............. Simpson Co................. 15271.18 IR2.90  lfl.00 . 47.04 16.50 945 4J.C 12.00 '� 11.00 9.50 40.85 10.50 2.15 12.05 fi.00 11.02 7S.00 44.81 fi.00 fi.30 2.00 30.20 98.70 3.50 25.20 14.4S 2.25 0.90 3.15 28.83 2,3.01 25.00 35.00 12:50 49.20 fi.00 20.00 17.70 18.00 . 717.15 . 001.73 PAGE ? 12.00 Balance as per pass book .$1852.55 Money subscribed for prizes at Carnival, banked in separate account and still to be transferred...............124,20 thunders OFTENEST IN JAVA Java is said to -be the rcgioji of the globe where it thutiitcrs bfteuest, having ttnt>ld