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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - August 14, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta "TUESDAY, AUGUST 14,1917 THE LETHBniDiiK DAILY H KHALI? PAGE FIVE. Renew the Joy of Living Don't let ill health any longer rob you of life's pleasures. Get back your appetite, strengthen your digestion, stimulate your liver, regulate your bowels and improve your blood by taking KBHAM'S PIUS Their action is prompt and thorough, and you soon feel their benefits. You will eat more, work better, sleep sounder, and feel new strength after a short course of these dependable pills. They restqre healthy, conditions, and arc a frlrftflius of Special Vi�Iufcto Waraen sre with Eierj Bog SoIJ ojti^wbjri!. ia koiei, 25 caoti. CHANGE AT VATICAN Homo, Auk. 1".-Reports from foreign countries that Tilonslgnor Tcde-Bchini had succeeded Cardinal Gas-parrl as the papal .secretary of state, aro denied at the Vatican. It is stated thoro that Cardinal Gasparri enjoys the full confidence of Pope Benedict and lliat no change in the office of secretary of state has taken place. E PROVIS SCOTLAND MONTREAL ; GLASGOW Large Twin Screw Steamers. Splendid Accommodation. Prepaid Tickets Issued at Lowest Rates. Full information from any R.U. or S.S. Agent, or ANCHOR-DONALDSON LINE H. E. LIDMAN, Gen. Agt. 449 Main St., Winnipeg, Man,, Phone M. 5312. 470 Granvlll* St., Vancouver. Phone Sey. -3199 Clean to handle. Sold by allDrug-eists. Grocers and General otorca. DIRECTOR IT OF AUTO LIVERY AND DRAYING Boulton's Auto Livery ..WE KNOW THE COUNTRY THOROUGHLY. PHONE US AT ANY HOUR OF THE DAY OR NIGHT. Phone 1206 IT C03TS NO MORE TO RIDE IN A Comfortable Car We use a 7-pnssenger Hudson In care of an experienced and careful driver. The Phones: J. Hudson Auto Livery Day 668 Night 1269 PAPPAS, Owner OTTVS AUTO LIVERY Day Phone 1540 Night Phone 787 DRAYING Phone* 1345 or 1358 Turner & Witchell Office at Kennedy's 410 13th St DRAYING Of All Kinds WesternTransferCo. Limited Cffles- C. P. R. Freight Ghedi PHONE6 Offlc............ 1103 Stables.......... 1064 SEVERE AT TRAVERS (From Our Own CorrcBpomlont) Travers, Ant;. 11.-On Monday evening late a hail storm formed i" the west and moved south-east, taking everything in its path. Wheat .that was ready to harvest is now mown and beaten to nothing. Even the grass Is cut .to pieces, not mentioning the window glass In the houses and barns. There was a genornl downpour of rain, which drowned small chickens and filled all the low places. The hail strip was about two and a half miles wide and fifteen mileB long. Some had cut a half day in their fields, and others expected to start tho next day, but now they can plow It up. Several had heavy insurance which helps a llttlo. Mr. and Mrs. J. Murphy mades a business trip to Lethbrldge on Thursday. / Miss Ella Branville of near Carman-Kay, has been out the past week, doing some sowing for Mrs. Martin Fog-arty. Mrs. Lola Clark returned last week from St. Paul and other parts of Minnesota, where she lias boon visiting relatives and friends for six weeks or more. Mr. and Mrs. Taylor of the McGregor Hardware, have both their parents visiting (hem, all coming from different points In Saskatchewan. Mr. and Mrs. Guy MoCann and Less Lawrence aro visiting at Granum for a few days and also taking In the fair. Miss llaram has returned from her summer vacation and commenced another term of Bchool in the Swoot Valley district. The Buchans have moved Into their new house which is modern and complete. I Mr. Stalcopp has secured a good woll on his place which makes life worth living. A few from here attended tho Rot-law fair which seemed to create a groat interest among the farmers os;. pocially. The ball games on the afternoon of tho last day were exceptionally good. Merle liaughman, Elmer Paulson, Goo. Hendrickson and Claude Tyeen, took a trip to the' foothills and spent the week-end and report a good time. Hoy Witting is in Calgary this week purchasing a separator to use with his big engine and expects to be ready for threshing in a few weeks. The implement men and all the help they can get are busy setting up binders. Mr. St. Johns, manager of the bank here, has been transferred to the Lomond bank, much to the regroc of the town and district. Mrs. Will Burton of Badger Lake, was shopping in Travers on Wednesday, and took supper with Mrs. Baugb-man. The Ladies' Aid meets Aug. 22nd at tho hall. All ladies are invited as two comforts will be tied and quilled. Each one is requested to bring something for luncn. Two life insurance agents have been canvassing the town this week. Miss Little has commenced her second term of school at Ingleviow. The Lomond fair was not largely attended the first day, many planning on going from hero the last day, but owing to (lie big rain were disappointed. We understand it haB been postponed till Aug. 2S. Land has started to change hands again in this vicinity, Jim Taylor having purchased Paul Moslor's quarter, horses, machinery and all belongings, except his suit case. The consideration was $40 per acre. Farmers aro in to meet every train and pick up the surplus harvest hands. Tlie wages will not be any higher than last year, and harvest will not last as long. Mr. and Mrs. I. Groff, recently of Medieino Hat, camo on Tuesday's train as Mr. Murphy had wired him to como and run his engine for threshing. They wish to do light housekeeping if rooms can be secured. Mr. and Mrs. Will Ulrlch and family of Champion were Sunday vsitors here with Herman Ulrlch. Miss Qtieenie Rating Is visiting at tho Geo. Kaump homo for a few days. A VALUABLE MAP In these war days, when tho question of tho Canadian grain supply is so much in the public mind, when tho western crop has become a vital factor in tho national life of Canada and a rigid supervision is being exorcised by the Dominion govornmont over the disposal of our wheat; it is perhaps Important that the extent and location of tho many granaries of tho prairie provinces should bo thoroughly known and appreciutod by the general public as well as to those more directly interested. A now edition of an official publication of tho govornmont, which will tend to effect this purpose has just been issued by tho natural resources intelligence branch of .the department of the Interior, Ottawa, ThiB consists of a map of the provinces of Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Alberta showing the position of each city or town containing one or more grain olevators. Tho three groat transcontinental railways, tho Canndlon Pacific railway, Grant Trunk Pacific railway, and Canadian Northern railway, are indicated by blue, rod and green linos, respectively, -while under thee namo of each point, the extent of its elevator cupacity is given in bushels. It Is a most timely and useful publication and copies may be obtained gratis, on application to the superintendent, natural resources intelligence branch, department of the interior, Ottawa. LDIERS' VOTE MEASURE Ottawa, Aug. IS.-The now military service bill, the minister of justice explained, gave the vote to every ono on active service Irrespective of their ago or sex. Minors will vote as will nlsb nurHOH. Indians In khaki will register tholr ballots.. The names of the candidates will not be presnnted on the ballots. The soldiers may vote for the government, for the opposition, or for an individual candidate, when they know the names of the candidates in the constituency to which they belong. However every possiblo means will be taken to let the soldiers know the names of tho candidates. Hugh Guthrie said that tho ballots should be printed on blanks because the ballot as proposed would work out to tho advantago of the straight party men. There would be candidates in the approaching elections, lie said, whoso relationship to tho parties would be difficult for voters removed from the scene of tho main contest to understand. Mr. Dohnrty thought that tho provision for a vote for independent candidates would cover tho objection. Mr. Dohcrty explained that a period of four weeks would elapse betweon nomination day and voting day and the soldier can cast bis ballot at any tinio that is convenient to him to do BO. Replying to a question by Hon. Charles Mnrcil, Mr. Doherty explained that the bill like tho existing legislation, provides for the appointment of Bcrutineering, both by tho government and the leader of the opposition to be suro of tho fairness of the vote. Provision is also made for the recounts. They will be supervised by a judge to be appointed by tho lord chief ,'ustlce of England. Hon. A. K. MacLean referred to a special committee of the house. Sir Robert Borden nodded his assent to the proposal. Hon. Charles Marcil asked the minister of militia if be were correctly reported at Camp Borden 83 saying: "We are ready to put tho conscription bill into force at once." "Yes, that is correct," replied Sir Edward Kemp. Receipts From South Alberta Constituencies Constituency Acadia .. . Bow Valley ... Calgary...... Cardston .. Claresholm ... Cochrane .. .. Coronation -.. .. Didsbury and.. Drumheller dis Gleichen ..... Hand Hills .. ., High River ... Innisfail ... ., Little Bow .., Lethbridge ____ Macleod ... Medicine Hat Nanton..... Okotoks .. Olds...... Pinchor Creek. Red Deer .. . Redcliff ... . Rocky Mtn.- .. Stcttler..... Taber .. .-, . Warner..... July Sept 1st 1916 to .luly lUst, 1017. .$ H55.00 ? 12,576.^4 . 1,400.00 6,385.75 . 7,995.58 119,223.49 ........ 3,319.68 ........ * 4,025.00 43.50 7,665.40 724.78 10,270.95 69.00 9,941.15 500.00 9,250.50 69.00 7,513.38 10.00 12,715.35 216.50 9,499.32 ....... 3,669.63 1,073.75 7,350.75 2,497.00 27,500.00 8,00 3,950.75 677.55 22,184.45 500.00 6,003.6 23.00 2,353.00 5.00 4,689.30 ....... 6,500.00 5.00 9,515.00 800.00 5,722.2.' 1,010.!)G 26,313.65 46.50 12,079.95 900.00 16,123.50  17S.50 4,483.85 Km- WHICH WAS WILL7 "No, mum," said the wounded man regretfully, "I liuYor shot a German and 1 bad a good ehanst, too. Tho 'Uns. was chargln in close order. 'Shoot at will! .slui'ted our captain. 'Which one is he'1 I auks; an before anyono could tell n^.e \ got It In tho chest."-Chart and CompnBB. Prov Govt, ployees .. Staff of University Alberta., Sundry contributions .. Interest ..... 19,308.62 3.S54.42 � 1S1.92 59.00 370,825.94 45,622.12 1 2,224.72 564.39 4,109.27 $23,403.96 $423,346.44 Number of families assisted, 2,537 number of Individuals assisted 7,400; amount disbursed, $49,716.65; admin istration expenses paid by fund $223.50; paid by provincial govern mont, $625.00. T. M. TWEBDIE P. TURNER BONE Prosidont Secretary, WHA WADNA FIGHT FOR GEORDIE Belgium, France and boys at the Dar Wha wadna fight for Geordio, Wha wadna draw tho sword, What wadna up and at them, At our royal sovereign's word Think of Serbia Think of our dandles, Think of our ships at the ocean's hot torn, Gorman cultur wo must quail. �' Wha wadna fight for. Oeordie, Wha wadna draw the sword, What wadna up and at them, At our royal sovereign's word. GILLETTS LYE STAMPEDE VISITORS The McLaughlin Garage 11TH STREET SOUTH. OPEN DAY AND NIGH"!. � KcMt Rooms and Lavatories, both lor Ladies and OntJcincii. PARCELS CHECKED. MAKE IT YOUR HEADQUARTERS WHILE IN TOWN. Demand for McLaughlin Motor Cars is greater than the supply. Orders aro, now being booked for September delivery. LETHBRIDGE MOTORS LTD. McLAUG II LIN (iYR A G E. 1ITR STREET S. What the Press Agents Say more than an impecunious doctor for i her daughter. Dot has never been I old of her true parentage. TRY A HERALD WANT A.D Abbuckle /ai"A (2e.CKLEJ"S f?OMEo" PABAMOUNT-ARBUCKLE comedy AT STARLAND, WEDNESDAY AND THURSDAY. AT STARLAND Vivian Martin, the dainty little actress who made suck si pronounced success In "The Wax Model,l'he Right Direction," and "The Spirit of Romance," will bo seen at Ktarland for the last times tonight, supported by Jack Plckford, in tho Lasky-Para-rttauttt production of "The Girl at Home," written by George Middletnu, and prepared for tho screen by lieu-lab Marie Dix. Tho methods of unscrupulous mining and oil promoters to obtain money from the poor and ignorant, are ruthlessly exposed in the Jesse L. Lasky production of "The Years of the Locust," being shown on Wednesday and Thursday, with the beautiful and versatile Fanny Ward in tho principal role. Several incidents in the story show how these men rob tho unsuspecting, and later it Is shown how tho federal government brings about their punishment. In tho cast supporting Miss Ward are such distinguished artists as .lack Dean, Walter Long, Charles Ogle and others. FOR AN (London Letter to the New York Sun). Downing street-a blind alley about 100 yards long, which is tho headquarters of the British empire.' No. 10 Downing street-a brown brick gable roofed old house, just across the blind alloy from the foreign office, which for 250 years has been tho official residenco'of the first, lord of the treasury, who is commonly tho premier of Great Britain. No. 10 Downing Btreet i