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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 28, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE EIGHT _ THE LETHaRIDGE OAUA' MEKAUJ WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 28, 1918 TERRIBLE AGONY "Fnfl-rtlm" time Gati m Relief Bucklcgtum, May Srdj 1915. "Korsaven years, 1 suffered terribly ftrom end tion. I had belcbinr gu from the stomach, and I hid chronicConslipi- tion. I trieA many remedies fcu. nothing did me good. Finally, a fritmd advised I lock this grand fruit medicine and it made me well. To erfiryone who hcs miserable lieJIth with Constipi- I say Uke and you ''trill yet ALBERT VAR.NEK. 50c; a bo x, 6 fo r t riil si IB 25c A i deilcis orsen i postpaid by tiTes'Limited, OlUnii Mr. F. Slevens, Stock Com mlssioner tor Alberta. IE lu receipt of a communication from Mr. John Onbam, which reads In part u fol- io we: I tu Albarts IweBty-alstot years uid during toe (Irst years of my resilience here bad ample op- portunity ot tMtins the value of en wheat Mis as a feed (or lire ttccV 1 hive tried it'froten In all i of devtViprcent cod never of Ihk Mod ot follow the NOT THE ONE Paris. Auj. (Haras Aswjcy The ministry of marines deniej thai a patrol, boat has" Lieut. Schwle-ser, who commanded the submarine which sunk the Lusltanla I It I) declared that this German olltcer Idled some time ago. THURSDAY and FRIDAY AUGUST 29TH AND 30TH 'J Ladies, you are invited to inspect oar display of aD the newest models in fall millinery. 604 THIRD AVENUE SOUTH I Magrath, Aug. Is ou a rei. earnest. Most or the grain is cut and It In surprising how much grain CAD be fount) in almost ivery Held. One or two threshing oat- its Also going. The second crop of aliaHa cut and t Is iu excellent shape. Labor U not 10 plentiful Mt with .he local help most o( ihe work bo done, acnuh Is boom lug if one cui Judge 15 the two. dance halls are D full swing. (Joed crowds were !ound at each place.' Mrs. Karl Paulson entertained tor Mrs. Dora Dudley who Is nc (ram the south. A good time is i wrted by all those present. A dainty unch wRs'sened.' v .7 Quite a number ot people from to save gone out after choke cherries. This ivi fruit cuts down on the price of other (ruff. lagrath is fortunate in uew station. U is being built near 1 Alberta Pacific Grain Co.'s Elevator The station did not come lob, soon for he old one was la poor shape., The Red Cross is holding a-parcel (hower for the boys "over ;hey want all donations io he in al he town hall Thursday noon, r Flowing wells are getSIng quite com- mon. The bishop drove his old down a (ew more feet and struck flow. >ThIs Is the third vrell in the district. School Is slsrtmg Sept. 3. -A full attendance is desired. All beginners should be 'there the'ifirst day for The Hed Cross society proper sends parcels one time .and then the young; of. Cross send par- ceh. In this'way "the'.boys-are wel The-ladles' aid "of the rreshj-terian church parcels r.-The primary .a'ndt relief society have been making quilts from, pieces left over for the Red Cross: The Red Cross has sent ;a.quilt'to.-the Frank sanitaridm for soldiers: ;'.i'j, NCOHNCESQF THEI1EKLY UM bolatcd From No Chuict to Get Perfehabfe irroK.Our Own Atiit. Tin of Ink Ml mart iecilf Ibe In Jut o! the iclloa by la to our mall wrrlce u the time iocs on IrOtt Saturday (or oo chuci to 'down lo uA retira without tlirw da.vi and iviedlac two hi ywir bitj. -with no opportun- ity (M- merchants to (jet In pwitUtle prodncu dillr, tojtllier with ticl that it better Jtsaa a to oommunJcate with Csljari and a reply, are sufficient to rouie the all the line. deepens the Indigna- zaz Banff for Ideal Holiday SEPTEMBER FURNISHED COTTAGES AT HALF RATES The Ideal month of the In the Mountain Retort i. Hotel Rates 1300 day and upwards. For full particulars is rite 'Secretary, Board of Trade, Banlf CANADIAN GOLF CLUB .TOURNAMENT SEPTEMBCR 14 21514 A Prosperous City worth of Grain and other field pro- ducts pass annually through the City of LethbrirJp'e. Mr. FWBKT, are you putting aside a little for the lean years which will cotne? Buy'a Victory Bond or two and see that your Will is" properly drawn r The British Canadian Trust Co. EXECUTOR, ASSIGNEE, HEAD OFFICE, 31S FIFTH LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA PHONE :ametke Good for the ECAuSEtKin, sVim miltVill not has nothing to'do tfitri from i can. coffee bitter is hot nothing SEAL BRAND COFFEE Bund" is coffee that riaj stlected tt.e worU's Ixft tj caftce perts, roasted ianti llenjecl tKose who a life- _ time to tKe Etujjpf coffee. If jouMike t pip of. GCX3D Coffee, trj.rSeal ind2pound tke oifffie ground far percoUteni. If you if fi Ifnoa iht Irus ieeiel of a iiiitcfat "PERFECT COFFEE -PERFECTLY .CHASE 4 SSNIOIH, "-JlOliiKH tloc of deprived of by tbia.htfh handed, uacralled for and arbitrary action. Had .the railroad eoocoray to coal consumption and astra required (o ktiep over their eiierpeis at this iwlnt, and had-the proportion come ES R uecessiiy, would have been prepared to consid- er some change, as for Instance Btarting the iraln from early in Ihe mbrnlrg and then'lwv- iDf Cards ton 4 p.m. for return would have been bad enough, bul there troiiM slill be the chance of a daily mail service, and one nigtit only to spend away from home by partiee at this end of the Hue on business in your city. Xo morpvawkward or arrangement could hare been 3d for Mrring people on the Cardston branch than the one now in force un less It be a; Eeml-Tveekly or weeklx train. But the successful battle is not a. to tho strong, but to.hint who endureth unto-.the end. The peopl1 on this line fought for two'1 years to get justice from the railway commis- sion and the enforcement of that tfi bunal's decision and we shall go on fighting in this instance until we have OUT rights restored.. The Board of Trade eiecuUve this end purpose publishing the find inga of. the' railway eomnitBsIon ant It is paused to a social on Siturilay Aut. Jlut attho hone Mrs. H. B. Brown, wife of Major Brown, which ill Make and ceil officers to prss- e-nt, rho hour being light o'clock: As Siraiaj- S. m'onlUy day the hour for the afternoon session for Mutual Ira- prorement .workeri bM bMta placed at 1 o'clock, the 'inWlngs will be held aa achtdiiM. To tire all la recdlnw for this convention the mntnal usocrations were completed as to fpr. two Cardttoc wards' on Sun- Jay evening last Sterling Low, Supt., with H. C, and Lee Onchrist will harte liiine the Young Men's the flret the flret ward anC1 Messrs, O. Heber Matkln and Merlin" Cahoou Uiat ot the second ward. The yonag officers for the first ward will be Mrs. Annie Steed, Mrs. Low and Mlw MyntXIel- sob, 'while -Mrs. Edith .Brown, Mra. Eunice Ferguson and Verona will have charge of'the second ward association. Tlie retiring ofticers released with a hearty-.vote of thanks In each case, Mrs. Sadie Hudson In the first ward. Mrs. Su'sle Smith (nee Pitcher) in the second ward and Dr. Scott B. Brown, president of trie young men's of the seconil ward, all hmvmg served. with their aids most .diligently and effectively. Personal Mantlon Mrs. It. Wilson and Gipson of Lethbridgc, are the guesTs of. Sir. and .Mrs. T. Gulliford of Cardston. This wish all the people of this south conn- j, a most convenient piint for trips try to luiow to what they are entitled Waterton Lakes'and the Gla- CURE9 ECZEMA Guaranteed and sold'In pctabrfdg by The Kenny t Allln Co., Ltd., 'drog gl ats Tertlsement. r' if Undertaking I' IMPROVED METHODS are adopted by as soon as their value It firmly estsbllElisd In fcrtormiaet or our totes Uidertiktn Licensed Embabncrs All modern approved by science or good taste are In and we hire no hesitation In claiming that T.C can give ibe beit it nws( cost. OLDEIT ItTAILISHEO FIRM IN SOUTHERN ALBERTA we MANUFACTURE T. S. Fetterly HJtrrif 8." PHONE and if some relief is not granted there will he some delegates Interviewing the powers that bo very soon. Funiral of Child- The afteridotf service at Aetna, yes- terday was merged Into trie funeral of the infant''child of Mr. and Mrs, Alroa N. Messrs. J.'H. EillJOav J. Thos. Duce, S. Wil- liams, Bishop Tinner and Pres." Edw. J. Wood. The list named occu- pied most of the time showing that the greatest duty-of the citizen v.-as to rear a goodly'family and that the native born Americans and Canadians were not as a rule fulfilling this duly, 'he deaths of native born.Americans while mong those ol "foreign nativity the ilrths exceeded the'deaths by 530.000 n single year; .He. believed VKH Sx-Pres. Roosevelt- (hat '.the..first law 'nature was1 not self-preservation' bnt' "raco and for the slabillly and progress of the race and he nation there should be according a. statistics'a family of three chil- dren-on the average to each married couple. Other visitors froni Cardston, friends ot the were Jlr. and Mrs. Homer and Jlrs. Sarah B. Baines, white from Cfenwood llr. and -Mrs. Elmer Sherwood, -Mr. and'Mrs. J. Myron Layton Were present and Mr. and Mrs. Arthur. Sherwood from Kimball. Special music- was provided by the Aetna choir under th'e, leadership of -Mr. C. Jensen, -A' dear little rosebud has Itift was sung by Miss Kvanla Jensen during Ihe service, Mutual There will be a.'special galhering of the'Young Societies, the Y M t T. I-.'M. of this slaho on Sunday, Sbptcmber 1st, when the general secretary; Mr. Os car'Kirkham, will he present and also Mrs. Rnlh Slay r'oj of .the Young La cier National Park and', "we know these visitors will enjoy tueir stay In' this vicinity.- Mr. and 'Jirs. Geo. Bailey; of Mag- rath, were at Cardston yesterdayand paid a brief visit'.to the Chrisiie Bros. R'an'cK at Twin Lake's.: a'hd then pro- ceeded to the ranch of Mr.'-.Freii Rice near Leavlli. While in they were entertained by Dr. aiid V.r Christie. After a serious "operation-anil a so- journ of soffls weeks at the -Van Haar- lem'hospital under the-care of Dr. P; M. Campbell, Mrs. Chrtalle is al home and Imprcving daily. Her many friends in Cardslotuand vicin- ity.are certainly pleased-to': learn ot her rapid recovery. Ixmcion, Aug. 'dispatch- to he Excliarige Telegraph corapany rom Copenhagen says that the Ger- man government, replying 'to. Nor- way's protest against the- sinking of ships outside the danger declared it will compensate Vorway, jnoultl .that .prove le Eblps were sunk warn- ng. ..v Norwegian newspapers, the londent says, point out lhat Oermsny n any case must compensate Norway nor.slilpa can it compensated' for by money. bul hat Norway' must dcmaiifl 'Oerman .hips .for Norwegian ships destroyed, 13 :Wcll as full eoiiipcriK.illon' to' the amllles of the seamen kllleii. FALL MILLINERY Thursday and Friday ami 30th We pleiaure In announcing- this, our first view of fall and winter 'millinery, rtowing all the latest patterns Including Ihe hat. (M cordltlly Intlte all ladles lo attend Thursday ini Friday l week. .794 JHIRD AVENUE SOUTH Aug. Press) Premier Terauchl, In n sjatemcnt Is- sued to-day, declared .that'll ;was .trie, duty ot Japan to; supply goods nhacl- Ishly and to giro assistance lo the fliissian people (n cooperation with Great Britain, France and the United Sl'alea. Baron Mogala, forroor head of the Japanese economic imiaaion lo Iho United appoin ted dlr- Gcldr 6C the Japanese economic -mls-s zlon (o f ..Thiro 111 be sixteen oilier mem- bera of the commiision representing the army, the foreijn office ami slilp- plrig, banking, mining and commerdal Orion, Aur.. This dfilrict has been visited by rain. Several good (hovers iave made a difference lo the looks of the pastures, also the grain that hat been In the ground since spring IS coming up -will help 10 solve the feed ques- tion'. .Cutting of while grain will soon be complete, very little binder twine Men used. The used for the. first time In -this district are clo- Ing fine .work, Iho crops are' turning otil a little littler lhan cxpecltrl. The heads have filled out well and Ihn grain will be of first clasi tiualll} Threshing Mi fall nil! be from Al tke New Tomorrow THURSDAY Al Ladies hinted MRS. McMEEKIN THIRTEENTH tTBtrr. NOBTH First showing of fall and Winter j Thjrs. and Fri. This Week The Gamsboro, Fisk, and other pattern hals will be shown. y' We invite all ladies to.see the display. J. THIROjAVENUE SOUTH Miss Johnston's 309 Sixth Street Sootb Thursday, August 29th And Folowiof of >nd dibtlnctlon. Showing models betuty fl.uii quality. Erefy iwblm and fishlon in all (avored. ahapw-and Slylts that will appeal (o the" most trlllcil. Prices to attract the. most economical. Your invittS. MISS JOHNSTON 3M SIXTH STREET ;