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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 28, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta feffittf THB Frtt4tfm MOM 6m May siren I suffered terribly from Severe Htiidiukti and Migrs tiori I had belching gas from the and I had chronic Constipa 1 tried many remedies bul nothing did me a friend Advised Fruitatives I took this grand fruit medicine find it made me To everyone who has miserable health with Constipa tion and Bad I say take and you will get ALBERT a 6 for trial t dealers or sent postpaid by Fruita lives NO BAD RESULTS FROZEN WHEAT Live Stock Com missioner for is in receipt of a communication from John which rends In part as fol lows 1 to Alberta twentyeight years and during the first years of my residence here had ample op portunity of testing the value of froz en wheat and oats as n feed for live I tried frozen In all stages of development and bare never had any bad results follow the feed Ing of tbte kted of NOT THE ONE The ministry of marines denies that a French patrol boat has captured who commanded the submarine which sunk the It is declared that this German officer died some time THURSDAY and FRIDAY AUGUST 29TH AND 30TH you are invited to inspect our display of ad the newest models in fall 604 THIRD AVENUE SOUTH CROPS VERY GOOD MAGRA1H DISTI From Ouf OwTh esfrtMAMeftt is on in real Most of the grata U rut and it surprising how much good train can he found in almost every One or oat fits are alto The secrfhd crop of alfalfa and it Is in excellent Labor Is not so plentiful nnt with the local help molt of the work can be Magrath Is booming if one can judge by the faot that two dance halls Are hi full Good crowds were found at each Karl Paulson entertained for Dora Dudley who Is here visit Ing from the A good time is re ported by all those A dainty lunch was Quite a number of people from town have gone out after choke This wild fruit cuts down on the price of other Magrath is fortunate in getting a new U is being built near the Alberta Pacific Grain The station did not come too soon for the old one was in poor The Red Cross Is holding a parcel shower for the boys orer there and her want all donations be in at the town hall Thursday Flowing wells are getting quite com The bithop drove his old well down a few more feet and struck a This is the third well In the School is starting full attendance is All beginners should be there the first day for The Red Cross society proper sends parcels one time and then the young ladles unit of the Red Cross send par In this waythe boys are well The ladles aid of the Presbyterian church also send The primary relief society have been making qUIIts from pieces left over for the The Red Cross has sent a quilt to the Prank sanitarium for Banff for Ideal Holiday SEPTEMBER FURNISHED COTTAGES AT HALF RATES ideal month of the ssaaen In the Mountain Resort Hotel Rates per day and For full particulars write Board of CANADIAN GOLF CLUB TOURNAMENT SEPTEMBER 14 21914 Wiry Blame the GobdfortHeBad EC A USE slum milk not nourish baby has nothing to do rfith milk fresh from a registered BECAUSE some coffee develops bitter is not nothing to do With SEAL BRAND COFFEE Seal Brand is coffee that has been selected from die worlds best plantations bj coffee ex roasted and blended bj those who HaOe a life time to of If ou like a cup of trj Seal 2pound ground fat If you want It know the hue secret of a Jclicioai cup of write for our PERFECT COFFEE PERFECTLY 19 CHASE JHONTIEiL A Prosperous City worth of Grain and other field pro ducts pass annually through the City of are you putting aside a little for the lean years which will come Buy a Victory Bond or two and see that your Will is properly The British Canadian Trust HEAD 315 FIFTH STREET ALBERTA PHONE 1843 ECZEMA Guaranteed and sold in Lethbridge by The Kenny Allin drug SERVICE fiRONf UM belated f Chance to Get From Our Own Corrsspendtftt of thto dlsMot more keenly the in justice of the action taken by the railway eonfrMr in legard to our iMll service us the time goes Waiting from until Tues day for chance to get down to Laftafcrldfe anA return without spoiling three days and spending two nights in your with no opportun ity for merenaMs to get in products together with the Met that It takes better than a Week to communicate With Calgary and get a ar quite sufficient to rouse the jra of the cltltene all along the Time only deepens the indigna tion of thole deprived of their rights by this high uncalled for and moot arbitrary Had the railroad pleaded economy as to coal consumption and extra help required to keep over their energies at thto and had the proposition as a war people would have been prepared to consid er some as for Instance starting the train from Lettobrtdge early in the morning and then leav ing Cardston at 4 for return would been bad but there would still be the chance of a dally mall and one night only to spend away from home by parties at this end of the line on business in your No more awkward or inconveflfent arrangement could have been devis ed for serving people on the Cardston branch than the one now in force un less It be a semiweekly or weekly But the successful battle is not al ways to the but to him who endureth unto the The people on thto line fought for two years to get justice from the railway commis sion and the enforcement of that tri bunals decision and we shall go on fighting in this instance until we have our rights The Board of Trade executive at this end purpose publishing the find ings of the railway commission and wish all the people of this south coun try to know to what they are entitled and if some relief is not granted there will be some delegates interviewing the powers that be very Funeral of Infant Child The afternoon service at Aetna yes terday was merged into the funeral of the infant child of and Alma The speakers were Wil Bishop Tanner and The last named occu pied most of the time showing that the greatest duty of the citizen was to rear a goodly family and that the native born Americans and Canadians were not as a rifle fulfilling this The deaths of native born Americans exceeded the births by while among those of foreign nativity the births exceeded the deaths by in a single He believed with jRoosovelt that the first law of nature was not selfpreservation but race and for the stability and progress of the race and the nation there should be according to statistics a family of three chil dren on the average to each married Other visitors from friends of the were and Homer Woolf and Sarah while from Glenwood and Elmer and Myron Laytori were present and and Arthur Sherwood from Special music was provided by the Aetna choir under the leadership of A Your dear little rosebud has left was sung by Miss Evanta Jensen during the Mutual Convention There will be a special gathering of the Young Peoples the associations of this stake on September the general Os car will be present and also Ruth May Fox of the Young La IMPROVED METHODS are adopted tfy us as soon as their value is firmly established In tke performance of our duties at u Undertaken and Licenced Embalmers All modern aids appioved by science or good taste are in use and we have no hesitation in claiming that we can give the best at the most reasonable QLPitT EtTAIUtHED FIRM IN SOUTHERN ALBERTA WI MANUFACTURE CASKETS W4 ilXTH ftTREfT Fetterly PHONE 611 Thursday and Friday x August 29th and 30th We take pleasure in announcing our first view of early fall and winter showing all the latest patterns including the Cage We cordially invite all ladies to attend Thursday and Friday this T1LNEY 7H THIRD AVKNUE SOUTH General It ii planned to have a htwn social on flttuhHy Sist at the of wife of Major at whiten all stake and local officers enpeotei to be pres the hour being elgHt As flunday neit Is the monthly day the how for the afternoon session for the Mutual Im provement workers Me pieced at 1 the other meetings will held M To all In for this convention the ravtual associations completed to organisations tor the two Cardeton wards on Sun day evening Sterling with LM and Lee Qllohrist will harto charge fof the Young Mens ftseoehUiott ot the first and Heber Matkln and Merlin Cahoon that the second The young ladies officers for the First ward will be Annie Lavtnia Low and Mica Myra Mel while Edith Eunice Ferguson and MlM Verona Brown will have charge of the second ward The retiring were released with a hearty vote of thanks in each Sadie Hudson in the first Susie Smith nee Pitcher n the second ward and Scott president of the young mens of the second all having served with their aids jnost and Personal Mention Wilson and Gipson of are the guests of and Gulliford of This is a most convenient point for trips to the Waterton Lakes and the Gla cier National Park and we know these visitors will enjoy their in this and Bailey of Mag were at Cardston yesterday and paid a brief visit to the Christie Ranch at Twin Lakes and then pro ceeded to the ranch of Fred Rice near While Cardston they were entertained by arid After aserious operation and a so journ of some weeks at the Van Haar lem hospital under the care of Christie is at home and Improving Her many friends In Cardston and vicin ity are certainly pleased to learn of her rapid OVER SINKINGS diepatch to the Exchange Telegraph company from Copenhagen says that the Ger man replying to Nor ways protest against the sinking of Norwegian ships outside the danger has declared it will compensate should that country prove the ships were sunk without warn i Norwegian the corres pondent point out that Germany In any case must compensate Norway but that neither lives nor ships can be compensated for by money but that Norway must demand German ships Norwegian ships as well as full compensation to the families of the seamen DUTY OF JAPAN in a statement is sued declared that it was the duty of Japan to supply goods unsel fishly and to give assistance to the Russian people in cooperation with Great France and the United Baron former head of the Japanese economic mission to the United has been appointed dir ector of the Japanese economic mis sion to There will be sixteen other mem bers of the commission representing the the foreign office and ship mining and commercial ORION district has visited by Several good showers nave made a difference In the of the also the grain that has been in the ground since Bprinf ii coming up and will consid erably help to solve the feed ques tion Cutting of white grain will soon be very little binder twine been The headers used for the first time in this district are do ing fine the crops are turning out a little better than The heads have filled out well and the grain will be of first class Threshing tbla fall will be from AI Kw New Tomorrow McMEEKIN THIRTtlNTH STREET NORTH First showing of fall lind winter TL J IP TL0 IBI 1 and This Week The and other pattern Hats will be We invite all ladies to see the THIRD AVENUE SOUTH Hiss Johnstons 309 Sixth Street South August 29th And Following Days Hits of charm and Showing models of exquisite beauty ami Every whim and fashion In all the avored end materials Stylet that will appeal to the ingst Prices to attract the most Your Inspection MISS JOHNSTON SIXTH ;