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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 30, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 30, 1010 THE DAILY HERALD PAGE FIVE 0 elt WretcheifUntil He Started 594 CHASM-LAIN ST., MONTREAL, "For two yours, I was u miserable iflerer from Rheumatism and Stomach Trouble. I hud frequent Spells ad when 1 took food, firtt Velfihrfl id sleepy. J iilisni dreadfully, with, pains i" my mck and joints andmyiyinds A friciul ised 1 rUit u lives om the outset did me tooil }fler the first box-ftfelt was fitting veil and I can tiullit'iilly say that FruiUi-tives" is tho only medicine hntholpodme IOOIS I A.BIU1 50c. a for trial she, 25c. tall dealers or scot postpaid by Fruit- -Uvos Limited, Ottawa, If it isn't diio thing with the propon- ed nitration plant ..bylaw it's another, I hut Ihcrt tut liltrli while it s bQliit, decided that o -MOHQJ bylaw would tune to UD BiiljuiitjuLto UK, vott of the opk and now Mayoi Haidio wires', from Toronto tluvtlh'o, bylaw has been tip to unei a fhe yeai period tin in tuition oC the toun II ou tlio ad> vo of Clnk and diew up the llie raayoi lie would who lattj it luiankomoi ts were be Ing made to meet tlio 'contingency but it lookes aa foi'0-or dalnc.ll th it the, iilti ition plant was not to get a Btart on its way year. U. S. WAR'SHIP...ONrROCKS Jas. A.-Hill, of the sheep department the Stock branch at Ottawji, pent yesterday in the city, getting nal figures on the wool returns for le yeaiv-7'Mr. Hill graded the Sas- clip this year while CO. T, was liandlliig the Iherta clips. lie is much interested the niWpsmls to construct modern tearing ;fmiiits for tho coming year nd is securing all data so that the rowers ?may get the information ley wlslr.itJ Mr. Hill states that grail- ng is grpyi'ng in favor all through the est and'improving a great education- noflt'jlftthe wool growers. Montreal -In October next will be- :ome thsyipiscopal see of the Right lev. Alexander, who will take ip his residence there as hi shop of tlie ussian orthodox church In Canadaj Washington Ant, Rear Admiral Pond at Saiito Doidln- go oity t ibled the nfWy cltput ment tonight that the armored CHUBBI- Memphis, swept upon the rocks -by a heavy sea in the harbor there today, wouW.be a total loss, and although 'it waa expected all on hoard would be suyed, 20 men returning to the sfiiu from shore leave [In a mo- tor boat were drowned. PHONS 1224 Clean to n'ohdlc: Sold by all cistSj Grocers and General Stores. (jeat Guns! Duck Season Opens Friday Get your aiiuminifion rcvidj. We carry one ot largest of Guns and shells in the Citv.' 1 If you want to set the birds use our sup- M. AXI) SOYEBEIGN SHELLS. "i Hart Hardware Co. 41813th .Street North Phone 12! We have the aiimiuuitioii you iieeil for the Duck .season which opens on Friday, U.M.C. and SOVEREIGN Shells'will brins down the birds for yon. WE ALSO ISSUE LICENSES. C. G. Olander PHONE 524 THIRTEENTH STREET NORTH Mr. H. C. Salmon lian returned from a holiday a pout at tho coast. Urn. R U. Smith's soetlou of Hit: Hobekahs will meet tomorrow night tit 21 Llryan Block. .Mrs. J..H. "Uc Wolfe, leaves today for Rochester, .Minn., to enter Mayo Biotliere J is _ j, G, R. Tinning actionipaiiietl the Un- ion Bank diiiuo party- us far uast its Swift Ci'.rrent. Master Dickie Asfjuitii, Capt. As- qiiith'a little son, is, spending; a few days in town with Mrs. Dalrvmplu. Mrs. Biialim, of -Lelh bridge, is vis- iting Airs. Holdeti, Hosedaly Crescent. Calgary News-Telegram. Mr, E. Magell and family have moved froiii their home near Mender- son park and art: mnv residing ut 714 llth strut south. Miss Isabel Rutchihson, who has beeu'visithig with her sister; T. Lathrop, during the summer left yesterday nioruing for Minneapolis. .Mrs. H. K. J. Forester and eldest son left this morning t.u visit friends at Cranbrook, Creston and other B. C. points. Mrs. Rose, Mr. Fred Hose, Miss Bessie Ilazell and Miss Nellie Maxell returned yesterday- from a camping trip' at Blko, B.C. The HlBses Hunter, of Lethbridge arc guests of their cousins. Messrs 'A. G. and J.. L. Trotman. Medicine Hat Times. Miss who has been spending the summer with lier sister, Mrs M H, Marrs, left on Monday for hei home in Winnipeg. Aliss Bessie Fisher spent Sunday with her aunt, Mrs. Chas. McKilIop en rpute to Cranbrook from the east where she has been spending the summer. All the members of the Wesley sion band are 'Invited to a re-opening: lawn party at the home of their SUB erintciuleiit, Airs. J. E. Levering to morrow afteniPJii. They are asked- to come early. Mr. and Mrs. D; H. Elton, Misses' Viva and Ursula and 'Master Hausei Elton returned yesterday .from spend- ing aevcial visiting in Wash ingtou, D.C., Virginia, Kentucky, Geor- gia and Tenneasee. Airs J A recened this' morning of the death of a at. the front. 'This nephew is one four 'brothers r.ivho were serving- in the Ro a! Scots at tne outbreak of the and !b the second of the fftin ily to be killed in. action, The Daughters and 'Maida of. Eng- land held a very successful ice cream 'social last week at the home of Carrf when the sum of raised for the Belgian Relief; fund; Mrs. Stevens kindly lent the granio- phone which was much appreciated. iThe Daughters and Maids of England I wish to thank all who helped the affair such a success. PRICE The wedding took place recently -at Ottawa of Mr. Alex Lewis. Honvsqn; of Mr. Wm. Horn of North LethbriHge; to Mibb Nellie Price aaiitntcr ot Mis D. Price of Reading, E'ngland. Mr. and Mrs., Horn left after the-, cere- mony for England, Mr. Horn later. go- ing to France with the eugliie'erihg corps, In which he enlisted in I.eth- bfidga. IE OF GOVl (yiieciul to tlie HcniUl) Ferule, Aug. {.rand theatre was asked this evening on tho occas- ion of the visit of J. Ooli. Farris, Liberal candidate in ono of the Van- couver constituencies in the coming election who is toiirini; the province in the interest of guwl government. On the platform with Mr. Farris were til. K. Stewart, cimirman, A. 1. Fisher, Liberal candidate1 for tho Fyniie rid- ing, Amos McDonald, snUalfot candid- ate and Robert Duthlc. Mr. McDonald was Invited to speak first and was given haif hour, lie thanked Hie Liberal executive for their courtesy which huU bcuu ex tend- ed to him in every meeting which he had attended, held under thuir aus- pices and scored tho Conservative committee for their luck of the same courtesy. He severely criticised Thos. Uphill, Conservatnu assuring his hearers would gain nothing by electing him as their representative and said he would deal with him at Coal Creek. Thou. Cavcii, .CranbrooU Conserva- tive candidate, he humorously referr- ed to as having styled himself the "workman's friend." Tho action of the Bowser government in sending troops into Nanaimo in connection with the strike ho compared, unfavor- ably with ancient barbarity of the Russians and. the' Simula; ds. Mr. McDonald professed to love the ladies with a love that passcth under- stinding, stated that ho as a Social- ist supported no iefonns, that work- men had not the sense of mums and explained that prohibition was not a live issue in the coming election. Mr Farris spoke next find made an excellent impression on his audience were convinced of his earnest- ness and sincerity. Having taken an 'active part in the defence of the Nan- almo strike victims of the Bowser gov- ernment, he is particularly well-equip- ped to criticise the government's pro- cedure at the time. The policy of the present adminis- 'tration in the past would justify the belief that in connection with tho carrying of the workmen's compensa- tion act, the ''farmer's loan act" and other forms of death-bed repentence at last session, the same re- taining of power 'in the hands of the piemier and his favored few, would bo un to the Bowser government, with the administration of these acts. The blame for the strllic was in the first t place shown to be at the door of the present regime who brought it on as a result of doing their duty to the miners and carrying out the laws on -the statute books..'of British Colum- bia. Jfr. a carqful and respectful hearing..and took his seat niul applause which spelled defeat for Mr.- lIphiH. i-lr Fisher took a few minutes to address the throng and his popularity was quickly evidenced by tho aud- ience. He answered some of his in-, terlocutors in telling manner that questions soon dwindled to noth- ing. Every honest mind ad voter in the crowd was impressed with the fact that A. I. Fisher will be and oiitsiit' to be the representative of Fer- nie riding in the next legislature. O VERDICT NEXT. WEEK'' IN RQBLIN TRIAL .A very delightful tea was given yes- .terday by Mrs. Lee and Miss Florence T.ftp in hono" of their guest, Mrs. Chas. Morris of Lethbridge, and also of Mrs. Ingles who has been spending a short time the city en route to Pernie. Both visitors have been warmly wel- comed back tc the city by their num- erous friends. Tho house was decor- ated with a wealth of mauve and pink sweet peas and the tea table arrang- ed in the same colors was presided I over by Mrs. F. J. Nolan and Airs Fred J. Green, tlie assistants being two ot the debutantes the coniing season, Mtus Doris McCarter, Mr. and Mrs. George McGarter's daughter and Miss Menota Randall, daughter of Mrs. Calgary Albertan. Winnipeg, Aug. 29. The' ;crown's ca3e against the form- ;er cabinet ministers probably 'will be concluded tomorrow. "While there is fno detinite in- formation on the subject, it is the general holier that the case for tlie defense will not be lengthy, and ,tUat a. verdict from the jury may be expected early next week. Keep the Family Savings in a Joint Account In the'harries of two" br. m'ofd 'H u sbaiid and Brother ..and Sifter, or; Father and Son. It is-'an either can deposit or withdraw money, and in case ofdeath the balances goes tp forrftln? Bn; ILeTHBRIDQE BRANCH 0.' Manager 6BA8SY LAKE BRANCH, H. E. SANDS, Acting Mahiger. Ottawa, Aug. contract for the construction of .the new Dominion arsenal Lindsay, Oiit. has been awarded to the Westinghouae-Church- Kerr Co.. of San Francisco, Chicago and New York, The company.has of fices at Montreal and built the Ogdei shops for the Canadian Pacific. rail Way at Calgary, tho extension to the Royal Alexander hotel in Winnipeg and a number ot other Canadian works. The contract for the now dr; seniil was lot on a percentage, basis which will vary according to tlie am- ount of engineering services required, but which will. It is estimated, aver- age 10 per cent or more on the cost, PROCEEDINGS ADJOURNED Winnipeg, Aug. Justice Gait sat this morning as a commissioner to Investigate the ayrlctiltural college contracts and, without hearing evi- dence, adjourned proceedings for an- ...'.other week. HOW MRS. BEAN MET THE CRISIS Carried Safely Through Change of Life by Lyelia E. Pinkham'i Vegetable Compound. I was goini through the Change of Life I had a tu- mor iu 'large as a child's hfead. The doctor -Mid it was thtee year? coming and gave me medi- cine for it until I was called away from the city for some Of Mune I could not go to him then, so my Miter in toM ble that she thought Lydia E Pinkham'a Vegetable Com- pound would cure it It helped both the Change of Life and the tumor and When I got home I (lid riot need Vie dfttfor. I took the Pinkham remedies until the tumor was gone, the doctor and I have not felt it since I tell every one how I was cured. If this letter will help others you are welcome to use :it" E. H. BEAN, Joseph Avtixz, Nashville, Tenn. Pinkham'i'VegeUble Com- pound, a pure remedy conUininf. the oxtiactiye properties of good old' faih- ioned'roots and herbs, meets the needs of woman's system at this critical period of her life. Try it ffthpvc Is symptom in yonr Mae which you, to the E. IMnkhmn Co., Lynn, Ladies7 New Fall Suits and Coats are arriving daily, and we have on display the Newell Creations for Early Fall Wear, showing exciusiveness and real tailorship. t[ These New Models are indeed well worth viewing. Cloths are of the best obtainable, and, beautifully finished throughout and prices as usual demonstrate the purchasing power of the "Bay by their extremely moderate markings. We would advise an early visit to our Ready-to-Wear Sedtion to make your Seledtions. '9- of spring plowing the 'wheat seems to be retarded on such land as compared I with- summer-fallow and fall plowed Woolford and Raley are busy with barley and fall wheat is cut, and. only a beginning there is made on the spring "wheat. Labor has been sufficient thus With another week or ten days oC men coming here from Washington, j good weather tha crop outlook will Idaho and Montana Eor harvesting jobs. The binders will be busy this week at Hill Spring and Glenwood. Leavitt, Beazer and Mountain View are a trifle later and very little grain seems ready as yet. be practically assured. Brigadier General John Mpnash has the two-fold distinction of being the only Jewish general under the British, flag aa well ns the first member.of his. faith'to receive the Order of.the Bath. South at Aetna, KimbaU and Tay-jtis is commander of an Australian loryille, cutting has begun. brigade now fighting in Fnmce. Cardston, Aug. week Messrs. Phillips and Martin have been busy oil derrick, casing, and machinery, erected ou the Blood j Reserve just- north .of. Mr. Blackmore's farm. It is stated that this outfit will some day this.landmark of some years become the busy spot from whence good news for oildotn might emanate. Good, progress-ris being made at the south of her? No. 2 of the Leth- berta company., -ana the McFarlaiie well, north some-distance, being the clbsiest the dive for the plusne fluid information it not volunteered at these properties re- ports have it that indications are good, No d on tlie Sat Mary's has not reached a depth as yet and woik uuon the Dominion, .leases a short, distance is ptogressing satisfactorily under the contract held by Geo.'Mat- thews :Last Saturday evening at the home of Mayor J.-TV Brown, his son Horace and' Miss L: Glihes of Hill Spring, were made !a matrimonial unit. The ceremon> performed by the groom's'1 father' with only the immefli- ite families present .The young peo- ple will make their residence at pres- ent upon one: of the 'knight Sugar Co.'s ranches. j Work on tho new elevator of the Pioneer--Grain Co., being erected on the'west of small one, is being pushed with nil speed so as to help taVe cure of the big crop now j promising Gpo. 0. Low; will have" charge of the bonipany's' business here and all hfs Cardstori friends are congratulating; hint on his return to his home town wfth a deserved promotion from his j -ompany, through several years' effici- ent service at other points. The Crept Much of the'barley and practically: all tho fall wlieaUs cUt.iti the Cards-, ton the acreage In the'latter ,the average, Spring wheat cutting general as'jfetv: V Titus far no frosts.have been report- ed and hftn been very .fay- bVablo so that the grain ia .ripening Owing to tlio amount Blackburn Mills GRAIN COMMISSION MERCHANTS, WINNIPEG Prompt, Reliable. 3 rain Bought on Track. Consignments Solicited Grain Contacted for 'Ft.- lire'Delivery from Beliable Farnr- Sec R. O. O 714 THIRD AVENUE SOUTH. PHONE 1031. Fall Opening Sept. 5th Garbutt Business College 411 EIGHTH" ST. s., LETHBRIDOE Demand and Supply For some time now the demand for Office Help has greatly exceed- ed our supply We are therefore offering to worthy atudenti the op- oortunity of paying for tnelr tuition from their own earnings after graduation. Only a limited will be accepted on this Credit Plan. Hours NIGHT SCHOOU-jMenday and Thursday 7.30 to 9.M. J- j DAY we are running on special summer hours! 8 tilt 1 but Withe date of Fall Opening we will revsrj regular school Man, 9 a mAlll 12, and 1.30 4 p.m. ,For the week 28th', to the present houra, the will be open 3.30 JHI'i for inquirers. FISHER PRINCIPAL RESIDENCE PHONE 1531? OFFICE PHONE U18. ;