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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 15, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta .KlUDAY, AUGUST 15, PARE NINE i 'ORAYTON IS UK'ELY TO RUN IN DUFFERIN OTTAWA, :-Aug. It ft re- ported that the arrangement -cussed by premier Bordtn and Mr. W, L. Mackenzie King, the new Llbtral 'lesder, at Ihalr co'n- 'ference on Friday, the early return, unopposed, gf Sir Henry Dray ton, mlnliler of finance, In the constituency of DuTferln, and of Mr. King In the constituency of Quebec Eait. In the event of thli arrange- ment being consumes led Is the Inlentbn of the government' to appoint Mr. John Beat, the pres- ent mgmber for DuTferln, to thp Mr. Beit Is a prominent Orange- man, and hli appointment will also be heralded as a concession to the Orange Order. Another report Bays Dr. Ed- M.P- for Frontenic, may make way for Sir Henry. THE OCCUPATION OF SMYRNA PA1115, 11 was learned to- day Uie laler-allled commission ap pointed to investigate Incidents con- nect e'd with the occupation of Smyrna by Greek and-qllicr allied forces slats of Hare, for Great llrilain; 'Utn.: Punoiet, for Franco; Gen. Diillolio, for Italy, and Jtear-Arj Stales. Mark DrlBlbl' Cor the United THRESHING IN MANITOBA WIIMI'EG. Auff. Is ivell (juder way in. Manitoba and b> the eiid of August-more than lialf the work win' Lo accovdlng to J- II; Kvans, deputy minister of agrl tjiHurb.-', It weather conditions rcujaii fui'oraljla.-alt threshing will ho by I lie first in September, thus Belling 'u record. Cheering Message Comes from I-'air Buildings English Women (From Our Own QorrespondeLll CftESTO.V, n.C.. Aug. erec- tion of the mm- 100 x 50 foot maiu buUdlne tor Ihe fall fair was greatly expedited by tbe action of the Crcs- lon Valley Institute, who. special meeting on Saturday urglit decided to rote }1QQO of their surplus funds lo the agricultural association tor building purposes. At least 100 members of the Institute were ai tbe meeting and the voto was unanimous. Work on tho huMdhyr was com- menced on Tuesday morning, anil It ia the Inleallon tills year to linlsh ii sufficiently for this year's fair and next season lo go ahead and complete It in all details. A" factor that con trlbuted to making the vote unanl mous was ihe aunouncement that the building would be available lor a, skat Ing rink tills winter. Creston public school will hfcve a brand new teaching staff thla year Vice-principal Smith has resigned and the trustees are now looking for his successor. The new principal Is E W. Smith, of Sllverlou, and the two new Inrty assistants are Mtsses Hum and Roy. The Liberal convention at Ottawa last week would eeeru to have teen an occasion that worked for the gooi of this section. Among those fn at lendnnco were John Keen, the loca member, and Hod, J. H. King, m'.n istcr of works, who. seized tlie oppor (unity to look In on the federal ruin ulcr of the interior to see wliai wa _ stirring la the way of Kootenay Flats treaty.; The act thus becomes vj drainage work. .It would Eeein tha law. tho resolution in iJils connection passed at the last session of iho C legislature and [orwarded 10 OU was not quite convincing, but the conference with Messrs. Keen an King (he matter ivas sufficient] squared away to enable the forme to wire the Creston Board ot -Trad llial OlU.wft would at once get bus on drainage effort, At (he August meeting o[ the boar of trade last night ur ran gem cuts fo the visit of the Nelson" business me litre on fair day, were discussed, an Ihe matter was delegated to a com of ifltii power to Tbe Nelson tncn -will see the fair, th valley, and look the Koolciuiy J over, coming on Saturday and goln home the following day. The boai j will tender diem'a banquet on the Sa tirdny night Miss Pott and -Miss Girdler, arc touring Canada on behalf of Ih British Overseas' Industrial Mlssio of investigating Ih billlj- of locating some of th women -war workers in sever lines of shown i KING GIVES ASSENT Lug.' 15. Kins Ueqre'e tins given his assent 10 thin bill I iiasscd by parliament rulilylag the German jieace .-.SIIWERhl 'Finftlly Restored to Health by Lydia E. Pinkham'a Vegetable Compound. Key Wcit, "For five years I uflered friSm 'irreffulanlics, wiUi Ur- rible paina and aa awful, weakness in my back. The doc- tor gave ine diff- erent medicines hut they diil me no good. A: friend usfc cd TO e lo try dift E.'PinV- hftrn'd Vegetable Compound and I found it to be _tha best medicine J ever tried because it made me vrcll, end 1 'can now do my I-em-tclling my frienda -J. li- CAifOS, 72S Florida. Many.woinen nt'some period in their .life, sprier from Qilments'peculiar to their end 'whicri "ih'hiiSt 'caaea may' ba rcndily rtlietcd by Ihls fajnoyaroot uid herb'- medicine; E. Pinkham's Compound, just aa Jlra, Camns found it helped her nfter suiTer- "jtig for years aad in If you havo snyannoyir.g symptomi Tou.fjjil txj andwatand, wrUe Lyaia fi. 'PinkiiBra .Cot, .T-yn.n, Mass. The results of expsricuoo In womeja on thit eubjett is At iKCAUSEOFU. C. OFL. STONED THE CAPITOL LUXEMBOURG, Aus. par- anient were stoned by a rowd ol sevrn IhouRund workman eslerday, protesting against the high ost'uf living. Some of Ibo maulFcatants d in entering the chamber, but were rlvon out whca fired upon by gerv- arntcs. Tho burgomaster called out the oops, which cleared, the square in ront of the parliament LiulMloga. aim has been ie Creslon valley yesterday fay Presi- ent CotiBtable of the bnard of trade. nd today they ere in conference with to directors ot the Insli- jlc. While here they jnBpccted Camp .Ibler the soldier settlement area of lanycm and -wero much laVea iha plan (or getting men on tho aud. They are eudeavoring to place :iousands o( iromen fanners nd are hop tee to bare tbe British uthorltles arrange with ihe Canadian uvcTiiuient to jilaco some of theso iris In similar areas after the omors have served au apprenticeship ranch homes to familiarize elves with the work. The HalfleliJ barber shop changed lands this week, the buyer being Mr. 'ecrs, who recently came here to help wllh the berry harvest, and was o taken with the place that he de- Edcd lo remain anil purchased he town's only barber shop and pool A water users' association has been 'ormed by a group of ranchers located along a two-mile stretch of the main road at Canyon City. They have etahed righla on Association Creek, j and jtropose putting" In a domestic sya-! em. Creslon Valley Women's Institute lati an historical session at the Au- gust iiicelloff on Friday. .Mrs, J. W. Dow, who has resided here lor almost 20 years, gave a splendid paper on Creston of yesterday, while Mrs. Hayes contributed one on Creston of today and tomorrow. Taken together, tho papers convince of the marvellous de- velopment to date nnd tho equally future that already looms into view. With Kootenay fUls re- clamation accomplished, the papers submitted dtecloaecl a not distant dale when this will be tho most important centre in the whole U. C. Interior. Work commenced on Monday on mile and z quarter of neiv road con- struction on the Crcston-Cranbrook highway at a point this side of Goat river bridge. When the work Is com- pleted the road between these two points will at least he in good shape so far as grade is. concerned. new work will cut down a piece of highway thai now carries a 27 per cent- grade at one point to "a G per cent, grade at that particular- point, nnd a practically level road for the balance of the new stretch. PorlhlH played a return baseball game with the Crcston team on Sun- day and were readily score of 18 to 34. Construction worl: on the new fair buildings and track will rentier baseball Impossible on_the present diamond, but when the grounds are laid out an Ideal site, will bo pro- vided for baseball and other sports (From Our C- FUXXK. Alberts. Aim C. If. Karr, of l-'.'e -Vlliury Hospital, IB visiting for a lew Jays at Nelson. B.C. Mies Mary or l.eihbrldge. Is spending'a few d.ty.s ihc of her uncle, Webb, arvl family. Mrs. is reported as be- ing 111. Mrs. Siiearinp Imd not yet fully recovered from u rcceni stroke. Mr' C. J. TompHns lias returned home after a trip lo NVjvu ScQite. The Chautauqua Is In tull sv.lng at Ulairmorc and everyone eMiccts a very pleasant week ol entertainment. Our boys fll the sanatorium were well entertained on Tuesday evening by some of the Chautauiua entertain- ers. Mrs. E- C. Reese and two children, of were the gueits of Mr. aud Mrs. U. C. Webb and family Sunday and--Monday.- Hucce was on her way to. Nelson, B.C.. wliere ihey ex- jiect to make their home. Mrs. Emma Illchey has been in Dur- mis, the of .Mr, and Mrs, C, J. Wright, Mr. John Brown ahrl Mr. JoLn rtfce are iii .Calgarj- on btaiDcss. Mr. ilugble Cameron left here on Monday for Vancouver 10 be ncnr Mr. McDonald, -who mtt with an auto ac- cident near Davenport. Conductor Walsh was called to Van- couver on account of sickness. Mr. Wilson, pubhor engineer, was Lo Macleod Hospital for treat- The Frank boys went lo lilalnuore mo day last week to the Hlalr- uore boys, a'nd, with the assistance if five or sii umpires, ibe Frank boys were beaten. would ihe joys to take their own umpire la the uture. REFUSE IB YIELD 10 TOHOiVTO, Aug. tho elimination of two of the mafii clau scs in the demanda o[ Itie striking parment workers, the garment manu lacturers yesterday afternoon decided ib'ai Ihey would make no concession and tho strikers would have to return lo same terms as camo out- The garment union flimounced- to coiillnui working on Ihe piece ivork system the abolition was tho main deniand. The workers also renounce iruind lor a minimum scale, but stiil for an increase o 35 psr cent, over present wages.; ROT'. Father O'Sullivan of Vlctori has. been appointed to the pa' Uh of.Wooler. fHOSPHATE Like Plain Bltro-Phosphate to Put on Flesh and Ircreasc iStrtngth, Vigor -Nerve .Tutlglnfi' rrotn-the-counllcss prcpajn- and trcalinonts which ynro" con- riitverHscd- for ihe piirpoao ot .niflklng iieoplo flqshy, clovclonlna neck -aad- buaH omt replacing and nnglca by the 'soft [curved lines- of- Jmallh and beauty, arc'cvfrtcntly thousands o[ men rnO women feel their ex- crsslye thhinoss. i-'-Thlnneflgnml- weakness arc otleu ,Io aUrvcd nerves. Our bodies njced' inord (hnn is eon- islQcri in mortem feous'. Physlclahi claim Ihero JB. nothing that will eup- llits ricllcloncy so well ;id the or- Conic pKoVphVlo 'ftnown arnong itriig- 03 hllrO-plioSphntc, >ivhich is In- likpcnelvo ami Is'snlrl by Ulginhoth- nm A nnd most nil rlrueclstg iimlDTM funrniitan of salJa- raollon back, lly [errllnK nervcflVllrcctly, and by supplying jfio jiyilh. the necessary tihosphorlc fond olemcrrlg, bHro-phos- plinle' p'rdducd n wolcotnc Iran.v forinatlnn In the appcdfanco; Ih6 In- crease tn aa- iDliisblng.' 4 j Tncfctifio Ih" Vclghl' Rise carries II n ecncral ImpraTCficnt In (ho Leillti, ''-NerVoOShfefeS; nlul lack which -nearly al- ways aeroiniwnxr eifcCJwlTo thinness, should dull eyca ovlghl Lo. brighten tnnrf pn'o checks :Bfnw tfic blobui of perfect health. Alitjough nliato la unf-uriinssod jtor relieving nnd general -IL atio'iitif h'Ql, 'ofrinfe (o ih rcmlonox toJncre.iso wcfghl, he used sy nnynnp docs nol rieslro to pul iu AdyerL' No Refreshment Like CRYSTAL ICE CREAM There's nothing can quite take its place, especially in summer- time. Everyone enjoys it from a palatable standpoint. No other food is quite, so cooling, so nourishing, so wholesome. For afternoon luncheons or as a dessert for the summer meal, there's nothing to equal it. There is no food quite so beneficial to ihe children. So why not serve ice best, the puresl, ihe most satisfying ice cream. We make ii and deliver it to you any time. Just phone us. A good variety of flavors. CRYSTAL DAIRY Ltd. PHONE 1576 LETHBR1DGE, ALTA.' SPECIALS for Saturday 5Ib Pails Lard Spring Chicken, lb., .35 Dairy Butter, 2 Ib. for .95 Fresh Eggs, per doz. .50 Ground Bone, per lb. All Our Meats Are fresh-Killed We Are Paying Special Atten- tion to Cash and C.O.D. Orders Delany's Meat Co. THE HOME OF HIGH CLASS. MEATS Phones: Office 452; Store 452 A SEVENTEEN-HOUR SESSION LONDON, Aug. disposing of. the profiteering bill, by which, the government will be empowcrc'd to take drastic action In lowering the high cost ot living, the house ol com- mons, which sat all nighl as com- mittee on the whole- look up tha house of lords amendments to Ihe transport hill this morning. Gome ot these amendments were not nccepled by the lower house of parliament. After ha- ing In continuous session tor 17 hours, the house rose shortly alter 8 o'clock this momtng. The profiteering bill passed. the compnlLUu stage shortly aCLer 6 "o'- clock this morning. AUCTION SALE At Greenfield's Exchange Saturday, Aug. 16th. TWO p.m. to FIVE p.m. riOlirS.- SEVEN p.m. to TEN pan. Tinware, Groceries, Crockery, Children's Boots and Shoes, Rubbers, Overshoes, Hose, Hose Supporters, Hats and Gaps, Underwear, Overcoats, etc., Ladies' Boots and Shoes, Rubbers, Overshoes, Spats, Bedroom Slippers, Hose, Ribbons, Kimon- as, Shawls, Dress Goods, Ready Made and Waists, Corsets, Emroideries, Shetland Floss, Curling Tohss, Hat Pins, etc. Men's Boots, Shoes, Overshoes, Socks, Underwear, Hats, Caps, etc., Overalls and Smocks. MONDAY 2 tt 5 and 7 to 10 Children's, MenY and Ladies' Mitts, Gloves, Underwear, Suspenders, Sweaters, Hose and Socks, Pipes, Tobacco, 60 Thoutand Assorted Paper Bags. TUESDAY 2 to 5 and 7 to 10 Seven Show Cases, Toledo Computing Scale, Edison Mimeograph, Typewriter, Safe, Revolving Oak Book Case, Cheese Cotter, Dayton Han and Bacon Cutter, Coffee Urn, Water Urn, Coffee Grinder, 240 Platform Scale, Small Scale, Re- frigerator. One Range, 3 Heaters, 14 Chairs, 5 Rockers, One Ann Chair, 3 Carpets, Linoleum, 2 Kitchen Tables, 1 Extension Dining Table, 1 Stretcher and Mattress, 2 Sanitary Couches, 2 Beds, Springs and 2 Dressers, 1 Washstand, 1 Sideboard, oak, 1 Hall Rack, oak, 12 Window Shades, I Boys' Wagon. GeO. R Porter Auctioneer Do Not Miss This Bargain Event. Epery- thing MUST BE SOLI) ;