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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - August 24, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta FniDAY, AUGUST 21,1017 nm ixTHnninnE i>aily hf.m at.h page sevw M. I. CONVENTION AT RAYMO (From '>\ir Own Onrt-psr�in came in tho persons of Miss; Cooper and Mr. Taylor. They NO MEATLESS DAYS Clean to handle. Sold by all Drug-gists, Grocers and General Store* Soooess of I Hew Remedt for Backache, Kibjos, Rheumatisk ' Dear Jlfr. Editor-I suffered for years With baoknehe. Last March I tried Anuric" and have used this now kidney medicine recently discovered by Dr. Pierce, and it was wonderful the way it eased the pain and gave mo relief in such a short, time. I have tried several medicines, but "Amine" is the only one that gave satisfaction. I feel it my duty to recommend "Anuria Tablets "to any one who suffers as I did. (.Signed) Mrs.Margaret,E. Snidee. Note: Folks in town and adjoining comities arc delighted with the results they have obtained by using "ANU1U. (J," the newest, discovery of ])r. Pierce, who is head of the Invalids' Hotel and .Surgical Institute, in Buffalo, N. Y. Those who started the day with a back* p.clie, Btiff legs, arms and muscles, and an aching bead (worn out before the day Oegan because they were in and ou( of bed half a do/.eu times at night) are appreciating the perfect rest, comfort nnd new strength they obtained from . Dr. Pierce's Anuric Tablets. To prove that this ie a certain uric acid solvent , nnd conquers headache, kidney and bladder diseases and rheumatism, H you've never used the "Anuric,'' cut this out and send ten cents to Doctor Pierce for a largo sample package. Tina will prove to yon that "Anuric" i� thirty - seven times more active than lithia in eliminating uric acid-and the rnost perfect kidney and bladder corrector. If you are a sufferer, go to your best druggist and ask for a .r)0-eent box of "Anuric." You run no risk for Dr. Pierce's good name stands behind this Wonderful new discovery as it has for 'the past half century for hiB,"Golden Medical Discovery," a general tonic made from roots with pure glycerine \ruir.h makes the blood pure, biB n Favorite Prescription" for weuk woman and "Pleasant Pellets" for liver ilia. were both. Interesting sneakers and their talks were listened! to with rapt attention and that thfelr,' visit, will result In much good ls\ evident, by the expressions heard, this ;local officers testifying that they ilnfjcnd to work with greater determination than ever to make this a most, :iutc.eessful year. It Is the custom for lltti societies to adopt, sonio slogan- for the year and the coming season will often hoar the expressions "Natit�n-wfdo Prohibition" and "A Weekly Half Holiday." During tin! services MMks Cooper, who is well known in the south country as a singer, rendered several solos. Dick Kirkharn, an old timer of Raymond and who has lately been managing a chain of atoms' In Nevada, is visiting his brother llerl in this town. Mr. Kirkharn says Canada still looks good to him and it woiild not. he surprising if a not distant,day finds him once more established in this country. Mr. Klrkham was accompanied by his wife. The chapel of the Presbyterian congregation lias boon moved. It now has si central locution on lower Broadway. When the contemplated improvements are put In to execution ""the building and grounds will create a very fine appearance and will reflect credit on tho district in which It. is located. Mr. Craig is highly pleased with tho move. Miss Hell Love, one of Raymond's most popular young ladies, was taken to the Gait hospital, Lethbridge, this week to undergo an operation for appendicitis. Mr. .Ins. K. Kllison accompanied by his wife and family arrived in Raymond last w,eok end. They came from Utah in a motor car. This is one of Die regular visits of Mr. Hlllson to thlH country to look after his Interests hero. Papers received from Utah state that Miss Viola Allen of Raymond and Mr. Guy Alexander of Logan, were married recently. Mr. Alexander is a bandsman in the 11. S. army. Mr. Enoch Lybbert is tne type of citizen to have. When he goes away he boosts. A recent issue of the Vernal, Utah "Express" credits him with the statement that there is no country equal to Canada for a person to got a start in li�e. Mr. Lybbert recently wont to Utah to dispose of his holdings in that state. One of the results of tho recent excursion from the western states is already manifest. Paul Smith, who came on the special train from Idaho left Raymond on Monday for that state to get his wife and family and dispose of his property. He will make his future home in this town. -Mrs. C. H. Itrewerton and children left this morning for Salt Lake, Utah, whore they will visit for a short time. Seven of Raymond's young people went on '.Monday '/� Calgary, where they will enter the normal school. Mr. Cosgriff alias Green of baseball fame was a visitor In town this week. Quito a number of Raymond people went to Cardston this week to attend that town's fair. Included in the number was Charley Klnsey with his string of race horses. HAMILTON MYSTERY. Hamilton, Aug. 23.-According to the statement of Crown Attorney Washington, tho sitting of the inquest tonight to inquire into the death of Dr. D. G. MacRobbie, found in a dying condition on the premises of the Crescent OH Company on Sunday night will bo largely of a preliminary nature. The police still held to their theory that death was the result of a brawl. Tho main fact that appears to bo clothed in mystery at present is the time that Dr. MacRobbie was found, the neglect to get medical assistance would justify the laying of a charge of criminal negligence Apparently there Is considerable confusion In the public mind over the new food regulations. Many people nro under the Impression that they call for meatless days, that. Is days on which no llesh of any kind may be eaten. This is not the case. Hoof and bacon (including ham) tire forbidden on TuesJays and Fridays, :nul in ad- j dltlon may only be served at one meal on each of the other live days of the week. Also, at every meal at which white bread Is served substitutes such as oat cake, corn bread, etc., must bo offered restaurant patrons, so as to.give the public an opportunity to bo as sparing as possible in the use -of when ten Hour. The following aro the detailed regulations: Regulations Applicable to Public Gating Places 1. For the purposes of these regulations: (a) the expression "public, eating place" include!; any hotel, res-taurant, cafeteria, club or other place whore meals to the number of twenty-five or more per diem are sold and served to persons other than members of the family or household,of the, proprietor; (b) tho expression "bacon" shall include cured (either, pick-led or smoked) sidos, backs, hams, and any portion of what. i� termed in tlio, trade Wiltshire sides. 2. At. any public eating; place: (a) beef shall not be served at more than 1 meal on any day, and on Tuesdays and Fridays none shall he served', (b) bacon shall not bo served at ifiore'than one nieal on any day, and on Tuesdays' and Fridays none shall be served, (c) at every meal at which white brdad is served there shall also be served some substitutes; such'as torn bread, oat. cakes, potatoes, etc.; (d), there -shall be prominently displayed a printed fiq' tice to the effect that all per9ons-:ln ordering their "food ought to consider the needs of Great Britain and her nb lies and their armies for wheal! .beef, and bacon, and. that the food. controlU er requires the public to do ever>> thing in their power to make, these commodities available for export by eating as little as possible of them, and by making use of substitutes and I avoiding waste. Regulation Relating to the 0�e of Wheat in th� .Manufacture of Alcohol No person shall- use any wheat In the distillation or maiiufacture,,of .al-'. cohol unless such' alcohol is to lie used for manufacturing or munitions,' purposes, arid* 'lih: person'shall use wheat in the distillation or tiianutactdrcbfal-' cohol for manufacturing or munitions, purposes unless -such person,--"'.has: 6b-' tained a license thereror from trie food controller of Canada. No fee shall be payable for any such license. Ills Excellency is further pleased, under the provisions of the War Measures Act, 1914, to make the following regulations, and the same are hefeby made and established accordingly: 1. The proprietor or manager of any public eating place in which any violation of the above reguatlons relating to public eating places as therein defined has taken place and any clerk, employee or servant violating any of the said regulations, shall be guilty of an offence and shall be liable upon summary conviction, for the first offence to a penalty not exceeding one hundred dollars and not less than-twenty-five dollars, and for each subsequent offence to a penalty hot exceeding live hundred dollars and less than one hundred dollars, or to imprisonment for any term not exceeding three months, or to both line and imprisonment. 2. Any person violating any of the provisions of the regulation relating to tho use of wheat in the (listillation or manufacture of alcohol shall be guilty of an offence, and shall be liable upon summary conviction to a penalty not exceeding five thousand dollars. The Security Trust Company Limited 211 8TH AVE. WEST, CALGARY. OFFER G per cent, five year bonds of the Government of the Province of Alberta, dated 1st August, 1917, in denominations of $500 and $1000, TO YIELD INVESTOR 6J4 PER CENT. Correspondence aolicited. Our Booklet Explains why Kootenay Ranges stay good as new, long after other ranges have worn out; how the asbestos joints prevent leakage of air or drafts; how the alum-inized flues prevent rust; and why they require less fuel than other ranges. Ask our dealer or write for booklet. KOOTENAY RANGE london toronto montreal winnipeg vancouvkk st. john, n.b. hamilton calgary 11) saskatoon edmonton For Sale by the TAYLOR HARDWARE CO. | BOYS SCOUTS FIELD DAY AT MACLEOD (From Our Own Correspondent) Macleod, Aug. 23.-Wednesday afternoon found many motor cars at the eauip of tho Hoy Scouts, ft miles up the river. This was the day for the boys' sports, which was a great success In every way. The day was all that could be desired, as the rain of the previous evening cooled the atmosphere, so that everyone could enjoy an outing at the boys' camp. At 3 o'clock tho people were coming, and at .'t.30 the sports began with a 100 yard race for tho boys, then ?00 yards was called for those over 12 yoars of age, also one the same distance for those under 12 years. This brought out the smallest on the Scout list, who easily won by several yards. All tho other races on the program (were keenly contested, even the swimming and diving which was watched with much Interest by all. It was an afternoon tho boyB, with the visitors, will never forgot. Through nil these sports the training and discipline was well seen, and the boys were as proud of their scout master, H. Edgar,, as the muster was of the boys. The prizes were distributed by Mrs. Judge fAc-Noill, whose boy has just passed the Scout boy age, and many were tho compliments paid to the boys and their master during tho afternoon. Tho prizes were contributed by the merchants of Macleod. ,T. H. Schoflold .and family passed through Macleod Thursday, motoring out to friends east of town..... Harvest help is very scarce this week around Macleod, but pay It; good. A quantity of 101(1 crop Is liow being marketed, to make room for the new crop which will he In the bin*/ In less than a month. ,1. W. McNfekall was found on the trail this week making some repairs to bis new Ford. '� C, A. Clarke, who sold out last year, m avam irtjfctf" >v;:.:i* ' - .'it:-/" � *V ... 11 �w' FALL NEWEST Coats, Dresses, Waists Wc wvvv very f'�rliin;iij� rant;e of styles and the rhoieest ..<;ol lectio it of liig-k-gTiitfe materials; in fact, the best assortment that has been offered since the war began. ^Ve want you to see our wonderful stock of Coats while the assortment is ;it its best. By making a small deposit we w 111 hold anything you select until you are ready to use it. Swell Tweed & Chinchilla Coats ^ HEAVY, DURABLE MOTORING COATS AT $17.50, $20, $25 and $29 Dressy Broadcloth Coats IN BLACK, WINE, PETUNIA, GREEN AND BROWN. SELLING AT $30, $40 and $47 Rich Stylish Plush Coats IN MANY STYLES. SATIN LINED, AT $25, $30, $35, $40 and $50 Smart Dressy Yeiour Coats PURPLE, BROWN, GREEN AND NAVY. AT, EACH $25, $30 and $35 Elegant Styles in Serge & Silk Dresses A New Stock just to hand this week from New York and Toroiit/o. EXTRA QUALITY SEKGK DlitiKKEK $17.