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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - August 28, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE EIGHT THE LETHBRIDGE DA1L.T nEHAbu 'A SOFFERED ' "Frolt-a-llws" Atone Save Him Quiiik Relief Buokinghain, Que., May 3rd, 1915. 'IKorsaTen years, 1 suffered tprribly from Severe I/edii�ehei and Indif;fs-iion. I had belching ga.i Trora tlis stomach, andl hidcbrouicC'onstipa-tlon. 1 tried many remedies but nolhing did nie good. Finally, a friend advised " Fniil-a-tives". I look this grand fruit medicine and it made me well. To everyone who has miser.iWc health rrith Constipa-tion^ndlndigreJilionandBfldStomach, I .say take "Kjuit-a-tives", and you will get well". ALBKRT VARXKH. 50c. a boi, 6 for f2.;0, tri.il si2e 25o. A t dealers orscat postpaid by Kruitwi-lives Limited,>Ottawa, Ont. NOeADRESULIS FROZEN WHEAT Mr. W. F. Stevens, Lire Stock, Oom-misalonor tor Alborta, Is In receipt of a communication from Mr. John Qrahsm, which reads in part as follows: "I came to Albeata twenty-eigJit yoara t.go. and during tile first years of my resilience licre had ample opportunity of testlBK the value of frozen wheat and oats a� ii focd for live stock. I h�vo tried it frozen In all atiges of derelopraent and trtiTe nsver had any bad results follow the feod-ing ot ibis Wad of ponghage." NOT THE ONE (From Our Own C3rr�iBon4*nt> Mngrnth, Ang. 28.-ITar^-esUns la on in real earnest Moat of the grain la cut and It Is surprlilng how much , Kood grain can be found In almoct I every field. One or two .threshing ont-ftta are also golnK. The sGcdnd crop of alfalfa is cnrt and It la In moat, excellent shape. Labor Is not so plentiful bnt with the local help most of the work can be done. Magralh is booming If one can Jtidfco by the fact that two dance halts are In full swinf. Good crowds were found at each place. Mrs. Karl Paulson entertained tor Mrs. Dora Dudley who Is hero Tialt- NCONVENIENCESOF Paris". Aup. 2S.-(Haras Affoncyl.-The ministry of nvarine.^ denies that a FYench patrol boat has coptured Lieut. Schwieger. who commanded the submarine which sunk the I,usltan!a. It i.'t declared tliat this Oerrann officer died some time ago. iardaton Line Isolated From Worid-No Chance to Get Perishable Products (Prom Our Own Corr��poi�l�nt) ^"�- -'�-'rhe people of bin district feel mora keenly the injustice of the action taken by the railway company in i��an1 to our mall service as ------ ....... ^rr,, t/iiu.Dj "uu i� �iwv- WaltliiE fixjffl 6atun*ay until Tuee- Ing from the south. A good Ume is re- day for mall, no chance to set down nnrtpd hv ntl thnca nt-Aonnt 1 ilfllntv tn r .�*K>k*u.. ... _ ____ ... & . THURSDAY and FRIDAY AUGUST 29TH AND 30TH Ladies, you are invited to inspect our display of \ all the newest models in faU millinery. 604 THIRD AVENUE SOUTH ported by all those present. A dainty lunch was served. Quite a number of people from town have .crone out after choke cherries. This wild fndt cuts down on the price of other fruit. Magrath is fortunate in getting a new station. It is being built near the .VIbcrta Pacific Grain Co.a Elevator. The station did not corao too soon for the old one was in poor shape. The Red Cross Is holding a parcel shower for the boys "over there" and they -want all donations to" he in nt the town hall Thursday noon. Flowing wells are getting quite eom-uiou. The bishop drove nis old well I down a few more feet and stnick a ' flow. This Is the third well In the : district. . School is starting Sept. full attendance is desired. All beginners should be there the first day for grading. The Red Cross society proper sends parcels' one time and then the young ladies unit ot the Red Cross jjend parcels. In this way the boys are well remombereil. Tho ladies' aid of the Presbj-terian church also send parcels. The primary and relief society have been making qiillts from pieces left over for the Red Cross. The Red Cross has sent a quilt to the Prank sanitarium tor soldiers. Banff for Ideal Holiday SEPTEMBER FURNISHED COTfAGES AT HALF RATES The ideal month of the aeaion In the-Mountain Resort Hotel Betes 13.00 per day and upwards. For full particulars write Secretary, Board of Trade, Banff. CANADIAN GOLF CUUB TOURNAMENT SEPTEMBER H 219-14 Si--- WKy Blame tKe GobdfortKeBad? lECAUSE tKin, skim milk -tJill not nourish a baby; Kes nothing to do f?ith milk fresh from a registtrad cow, BECAUSE sima coffee de'Jelops a bitter tang-and is not satisfactoiy-Kas nothinji to do fSith SEAL BRAND COFFEE "Seal Brand" is coffee that Kai been selected from the VJorld's best plantations b;J coffee experts, roasted and blended b;? those -Nho ha^e gi-Oen a lifetime to the.study of coffee. If 9ou like a cup of GOOD* Coffee, trj "Seal Brand". In J^.I ind 2 pound tins-in tK� b�n, ground, ot fint gtound for pfrcoUtori. If you want It ^nou) (he true atcrti of a dtUcioia cup of coffee, write for our hooklei.' 'PERFECT COFFEE -PERFECTLY MADE". ,98 MONTREAL CHASE a SANIORN, to (w�tM>rldKa a�iA rotum wltho>it spolltng three days and spending two nights In your otty, with no opportunity for merchant* to get In (lertahablo products dally, together with the fiact that It takes better than ii week to communicate with Calgary tuid get a reply, ar� qiilte sufficient to rouse the in ot the cttlseTia all along the llne.^ Time only deepens tho indignation ot thoie deprived of their rights by this high handed, uncalled tor and moet arbllrarr action. Had the railroad pleaded economy as to coal consumplion and extra help required to keep over their energies at this point, and had the propMltion come as r war necessity, people would have been prepared to consider some change, as tor instance starting the train from I-ethbridge early In the morning and then leaving Cardston at 4 p.m. for r�lurn would havB be�n bad enough, but there would still be the chance of a dally mail service, and one nlsht only to spend away from home by pai'tlos 'at this end of the line on business in your city. No more Awlnrard or InconTenlfent arrangement could have been devised for serving people on the Cardston branch than thp one now in force unless It be a seml-weekly or weekly train. But the successful battle is not always to the strong, but to him who endureth unto the end. The people on thla line fought tor two years to get justice from the railway commission and the enforcement of that tri-bunal'a decision and we shall go on fighting in this instance until -we have our rights restored. The Board of Trade executive at this end purpose publishing the find WEDNESDAY, AUGUST'28, 191^ dlea' General Superlntend�ncy. It is planned to have a lawn social on Saturday evaorlng, Aug. 31st at the home of Mrs. H. B. Brown, wife of Major Brown, at whfeh all stake and local officers are expeoted to be present, the hour being eight o'clock. As Sunday next i� the h. V. S. monthly fast day tha hour for Uie afternoon session for the Mutual Improvement workers ha� haen placed at 1 o'clock, the other meetings will be held as aohadtiled. To Mve all In rmuilDefea for tliia convention the mntu4l aaaociations were completed as to organlr.atlon8 for the two Cardaion wards on Sunday evening last., Messrs. Sterling Low, Supt., with H. C. Ivee and Lee Gilchrist will hav* Charge lot the Young Men's iisaoclatloBi ot the first ward and Messrs. W'm. O. Lee, Heber i .Mathln and Merlin Cahooa tl^at ot4l the aecond ward. The young ladles' otfloers for the first -ward will be Mrs. Annie Steed, Mrs. Lavlnia Low and Mita Myra Niel-sou, while Mrs. Edith Brown, Mrs. Eunice Ferguson and Mlae Verona Brown wdll have charge ot the second ward association. The retiring oftlcei-e were released with a hearty vote of thanks In each caae, Jlrs. Sadie Hudsoii in the first ward, Mrs. Susie Smith (nec Pitcher) in the second ward and Dr. Scott B. Brown, president t>f the young men's of the second ward, all having served with their aids ^nost diligently and effectively. Personal Mention Mrs. R. WllFTOn and Mrs. Gipson ot ino-a r�f fj,� '~,ir, '-----------7 T" | Lothbridge, are the guests of .Mr. and with an t^f T ^ 2" I T. W. Gulllford of Cardston. This rv to . ^ � ? M*'"* '""^'^ '"ost convenient point for trips nnrt if ^n.ri^i.'';^,'" "'f^ ^f'i"^ '� the Waterton Lakes and the Gla A Prosperous City $50,000,000 worth of Grain and other field products pass annually through the City of Lethbridpe. Mr. Farmer, are you putting aside a little for the lean years which wOl come? Buy a Victory Bond or two and see that your Will is properly drawn. The British Canadian Trust Co. CXECUTOR. ADMINI8TRAT0B. AeSIGNEE, ETC. "EAD_OFFICE, 315 FIFTH STKEET 8.' LETHBRIDGE. ALBERTA PHONE 1843 CURES ^ ECZEMA Guaranteed and sold in Lethbridge by The Kenny & AUIn Co., Ltd., drug-glsia.-Advertisement. * and If 9ome relief is not granted there will be some delegates interviewing the powers that be very soon. Funeral of Infant Child The afternoon service at Aetna yesterday was merged into tha funeral of the Infant child ot Mr. and Mrs. Alma N. Jensen. The speakers were Messi-B. J. H. BUleon. J. A. Hammer, Thos. Duce, N. W. Tanner, S. Williams, Bishop J. H. Tanner and Pres. Edw. .T. Wood. The last named occupied most ot the time showing that the greatest duty of the citizen was to rear a goodly family and that the native bom Americape and Canadians were not a� a r\}lo fultiillng this duty. The deaths of native bom Americans exceeded the births by :i70,000, while among those of foreign nativity the births exceeded the deaths by 530,000 In a single year. He believed with Ex-Pres. ^Roo-iovelt that the first law of nature was not self-preservation but "race preservation", and for the > stability and progress of the race and | the nation there should be according to statistics a family of three children on the average to each married coupTte. Other visitors from Cardston, friends of the bereaved, were Mr. and Mrs. Homer Woolf and Mrs. Sarah B. Dalnea, while from Glenwood Mr. and .Mrs. Elmer Sherwood. Mr. and Mrs. J. Myron Laytoh were present and Mr. and -Mrs. Arthur Sherwood from Kimball. Special music was provided by the 'Aetna choir under the leadership ot Mr. C. .Jensen. A solo, "Vour dear little rosebud has left you," warn sung by' Miss Evanta Jensen during the service. Mutual Convention There will be a special gathering of the Young People's Societies, the Y. M. & Y. h. M. I. assoclation.s of this stake on Sunday, September 1st, ,when the general secretary, lAIr. Oscar KIrkham, will be present and also Mrs. Ruth May Fox ot the Young La cler National Park and we know those visitors will enjoy their stay in this vicinity. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Bailey ot Mag-ratli, were at Cardston yesterday and paid a brief visit to the Christie Bros. Ranch at Twin Lakes and then proceeded to the ranch of Mr. Pred Rice near Leavltt. While an Cardston they were entertained by Dr. and Mrs. V. V. Christie. After a'serious operation and a sojourn ot some weeks at the 'Van Haarlem hospital under the care of Dr. P. M. Com^bell, Mrs. V. V. Christie Is at home and Improving dally. Her many friends in Cardston and vicinity are certainly pleased to learn ot her rapid recovery. J Undertaking |' IMPROVED METHODS are adopted liy us as soon as their value is firmly established, lu tb* V performance of our duties as UnderUkeri tnd^ Licensed Embabners All modern aids approved by science or good taste are in use, and wa have no beaitation in claiming that we can give the best servlea at the most reasonable cost. 0LDE6T EBTABLI8HED FIRM IN SOUTHERN ALBERTA, we MANUFACTURE CASKETS 334 SIXTH STREET S. T. S. Fetterly PHONE 541 Thursday and Friday August 29th and 30th We take pleaiure in announcing thia, our first view of early fall and wlDt�r milUnery, showlnc all the latest patterns Including the Gage bat. We cordially tnvita all ladies to attend Thursday and Friday this week. MISSJ.nLNEV 704 THIRD AVENUE SOUTH OVER SINK London, Aug. 2S.-A difrpalch to the Exchange' Telegraph company from Copenhagen says that the German government, replying to Norway's protest against the sinking of Xorwegian ships outside the' danger zone, has declared it will compensate Norway, should that country prove the ships were sunk without warn ing. i Xorwegian newspapers, the correspondent says, 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 tor, Norwegian ships destroyed, as well as full compensation to the families of tlie seamen killed. DUIYlW 10 GIVE GOODS Tokio, Aug. 21.-(Associated Press)! -Premier Terauchi, In a statomcnt is-sued to-day, declared that It 'was tho duty ot Japan to supply goods linscl-lishly and to give assistance to tho Russian people In co-operation with Great Britain, Franco and the United States. . , Baron Megata, former head of the Japanese economic mission to the United States, has been appointed dir eutov ot the Japanese economic mis slon to Siberia, Tiiore will be sixteen other members of the commission representing the army, the foreign office and ship-pine, banking, mining and commercial iutarests, ' ORION Orion, Aug. 26,~Thls district has bean visited by rain.' Several good shpwcrs have made a difference In tha looks of the pastures, also tho ^raln that has beeu tn the ground since eprinf ii coming up and wlU.cousld erably help to solve the teed question: Cutting of ^hlte grain will soon be complete, very little binder twine ha� been used. The headers used (or the first time In this district are doing fine work, the crops are turning out a little better than expected. The heads have filled out well and the grain will bo of first class riuality Threshing this fall will be from stacks. Showioff AU the New Styles Tomorrow An Udies Invited MRS. McMEEKIN 318 THIRTEENTH STREET NORTH First showing of (all and winter millinery. Tbrs. and Fri. This Week The Gainsboro, Fisk, and other pattern hats will be shown. We invite all ladies to see the display. THIRD AVENUE SOUTH SSBZ 309 Sixth Street South Thursday, August 29th And Following Days Mils of charm and distinction. Showing models of extiuialte beauty iinil quality. Every whim and faihlon In all th�j favored shapo.' and materials Styles that will appeal to the most critlfcal. Prices to attract the most economical. , Your Inspection Invltad. MISS JOHNSTON 3^9 SIXTH STREET SOUTH 33 ;