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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - August 21, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE SIX THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD rUKSDAY, UJGUST 21, 1S>17 If you want health you can have it, by heeding Nature's laws. Keep the stomach strong, the liver active, the blood pure, and the bowels regular, and you will seldom be ill. Take good care of these organs, and at the first sign of anything wrong-promptly take Beecham'3 Pills. you certainly need the help and relief of this world-famed remedy, to keep the body in health. They quickly establish normal conditions, so the organs perform their functions as Nature intended. No other remedy will so surely strengthen the system, stimulate the liver, regulate the bowels and quickly improve the general health as Worth � Galaca � Bex Prepared onlf W? Tbomu pWfcara..St..HtUm$. IjKuUrt.bM Sold everywhere ia CuWl U. 3. Arotnca. la boat*. 28 era*. VOTE BILL ner. and the secretary, Mr. G. .1. 101 liott." who especially has Iiad an ar iluons time, are both to be heartily I congratulated, equally with !>? mem-I hers, upon the result of their labors. BOW ISLAND DISTRICT i Krom the Keview) Harvesting oiieratlons are now being actively pursued, the prevailing fine weather doing much to help the larmer in his work. Whilst the crop is not as heavy as one could wish, there are nevertiii* :-s .some fields which will 15 and '_'n bushels. The average yield, however, will be below this. The Roman Catholic church, which has been for some time under coif-struct ion is now sufficiently advanced for service to be held there. The building is of a very handsome design, and will be a 'welcome acquisition to the town. The church is situated near All Saints' on the south side of the track, and having been | built on high ground, it will be a J conspicuous object from the railroad. The interior of the church i� not as yet completed, but it is hoped to have this finished within a short time. A meeting of the ratepayers of the proposed Lansdale public school district will be held at 1 o'clock on Aug. 21, at the residence of Harold Lans-ilell, to decide whether the proposed district should be formed and to elect three trustees. The limits of the said proposed school district as ap-Droved by the minister of education includes  the following lands: Sections -1, 2, 11 and 12, in township tu, range 11, sections 25, 26, 35 and 36, in township 9, range 11, sections 5, 6, 7 and 8, in township 10, range 10, sections 2,'t, SO. 31 and 32 in township 9, range 10, all west of the 4th. The fifth annual show of the Win-nifred Agricultural society was held at Winnifred on Wednesday, Aug. S, at the society's new ground just north of town. This new site is an ideal one for the purpose and its acquisition by the society was a good move. It is high and dry with just sufficient fall to the east to have good drainage. The attendance on the day of the lair was above the average and the interest taken in the exhibits was probably keener than ever. Through the show being held earlier in the year the entries in the roots, grains and vegetable classes were possibly not as numerous as in some of the previous years, but if they lacked in numbers they certainly excelled in quality, and this notwithstanding the mall rainfall experienced this year. I Taken all in all, one must confess that far from deteriorating, the Winnifred fair is increasing in popular favor, and this year conclusively proves that with the hearty co-operation of the members there is no reason why the Winnifred Agricultural Show shouid not compare with any in Southern Alberta. The Society has been blessed this year with some good officers, who have taken a real live and active interest. The president, Mr. John Bart- ALBION RIDGE The Lady very discreet, there be much (2?MI.^ i , ma,ld) v Anrt of conrae. I expect you to be The Maid (eagerly): "Yes, Mum. certainly Mum, and will tor be discreet about, Mum ?"-Limdon Sketch. GOMPER'S CALL TO LABOR New York, Aug. 20.-Samuel Com-pers calls on all labor organizations to join the nation-wide fight against suspicious bodies in the labor movement. twin brothers, and one of the th-oo sons of Mr. and Mrs. Stoness now at the front, has won distinction and has been awarded a military �jr,edal. With some comrades and in the face of great peril, n capture was made of a large number of enemy bombs, and the Germans were immediately shelled with their own ammunition. Private Stoness wont overseas with the High River platoons of the 137th Battalion," and High River will appreciate the exploit of one of her boys and the distinction which comes to his home town. Makes Cooking a Pleasure No bending over a hot top to reach the dampers-Kootenay controls are all on the outside-in front. And the oven thermometer shows the temperature without opening the oven door. This range saves fuel, time, trouble and-your temper. Write for booklet. KOOTENAY RANGE IOHDOW TORONTO MONTREAL WINNIPEG VANCOUVtt 8T. JOHN, N.B. HAMILTON CALGAltT IS SASKATOON EDMONTON For Sale by the TAYLOR HARDWARE CO. THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE SIR EDMUND WALKER. C.V.O., LLD.. D.C.L. Preiidem H V. F. JONES, AmiOcn'L Mantstr SIR JOHN AIRD. Genera! Mtnater V.C. BROWN, Sup't of Centrtl Wcucrn Branches Capital Paid Up. $15,000,000 T Reserve Fund, . $13,500,000 WAR TIME ECONOMY IS NO EMPTY PHRASE IT IS THE CONTRIBUTION OF THOSE WHO STAY AT HOME TO THE WINNING 6F THE WAR. Do your share by building up a Savings account or investing In war securities. 2avv Lethbridge Branch-- R. T. Prynmer^Mgr� "Where Do We "Go From Here?," the song our boys in France are singing-a second "Tipperary," a marching-song hit with a swing and a lilt, and a ^ merry refrain that expresses all the ' high spirit of our soldiers. Other New Columbia Hits A2299 10-inch 85c A2290 10-inch 85c A2306 10-inch 85c WHERE DO WE CO FROM HERE? Arthur Fields and Peerless Quartette. THE MORE 1 SEE OF HAWAII THE BUTTER I LIKE NEW YORK. M. J. O'Coii-nell, tenor. THE PREACHER AND THE BEAR, Arthur Collins, baritone. Orchestra accompaniment. BAKE DAT CHICKEN PIE, Arthur Collins, baritone, and Byron G. Harlan, tenor. Orchestra accompaniment. OVER THERE. Peerless Quartette. " A2278 I MAY BE GONE FOR 10-inch A LONG, LONG TIME. �5c Peerless Quartette. /LITTLE GREY HOME IN THE WEST, Charles Harrison, tenor. Orchestra accompaniment. [ DAIXLIN', Charles Harrison, tenor. Orchestra accompaniment. rAl Jolson heads the great popular list, singing "Tillie Tit-willow," his laughing-success from "Robinson Crusoe, Jr.," and a timely sensation is furnished by the newest comedian in the Columbia ranks-Billy B. LVan, comic star of "Have a Heart," singing "Napoleon," cleverest topical hit of the show. Altogether, there are thirty popular hits listed, of a brilliance and snap scarcely ever equalled. Fourteen great dances, including eight novelties; exquisite song-gems by Charles Harrison and Oscar Scaglc; hymns by Rodchcaver; chime solos, marches, trios and instrumental novelties on drum-and-piano, accordion-banjo, accordion, xylophone and orchestra bells wind up a list that Is bound to have a popularity unprecedented. Better see your dealer today, if you want to enjoy a feast of entertainment such as you rarely get. New Columbia Records on aale the 20th of every \nonth GRAFONOLA5 and DOUBLE'-DISC THE KENNY & ALLIN CO., LIMITED Ntxt to Dallas Hotel Phont 1487 Tiis Drug-Book 3tor� 49 ;