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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 3, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta WGE FIGHT TUG IXMI.Y MONDAY, DECEMBER S, 1917 HIS HEAR! BADLY! AFFCTED SIM RfMttu His Danpras US3 GukiKU Pi-. 11 "Tor twu'yiMrs.-l of I d.TiMins Acute Indigestion nud In I Stomach. It anenvdnls dfaittJ flici'maii Not the least evcni "t ly luvn presumed to esch of U.e vUIi of His KxuelK-iHT ike I cf Devonshire on Monday waa ihp wirda 10 each. trtJres.c lu the relumed veterans ul this war uurl ihe invt-stiiuie ol Itoss, father gl lLo Isle Mnjor iu sjjokfti) kind ihey beet woundtd and were now presrvsainn. The vou-raus in. ilv: body v.tre: Lieut, Jlnrold lltshiltoih-1 medal. i-en1-jam. Litui. J. II. IVlmer, JJeui. Nor-j inony rool; place a: HOT af I man Kirkliam, Sersi. P. II. .Mayor presided, ihrll'ie. R. R I'ipcr, Pie. t'lcaver. Pie. j Veterans anJ liieli n-hool vacicss being i Hark, 1'te. Taylor. j .present iti a body. In his lu j Sergt. Major Soryl. GUlespie. Ibe veterans Hid h'xctlltMuy so lliat I coukl lunlly BJOVO arouud. 1 tried all "ViuJj of Metliciuc but uone ofi.ieiu JLJ iae any good. At list, I decided to iry "Fruil-i-tires11. I taught the first list Jqae, and HOW I AIB VCtl, t'ittf taw. I rrcanrruead FRKD J. CAVKO. CCo. i box, G for site, Friday have i-jpuiri-il C.'XHl Urilish hi rumbriii reslou, lUe 1'. [hosc ill Ings, t Is able lo rentier some ns- save all yo can in the of food, clothing, money ami. Ihe es- semials. and to increase production lo the very limit. This country er of and also of the bos- y this province and- i is famous (or its nro- jduction oC supplies. ounce of While at tlic hosplttl wheat can grow, every ounce-'of FLXW SicV, Sour, Upset Stomachs in Five MlnutM. Ton don't want n slow remedy when stomach Is an uncertain a harmful your stomach Is Loo valuable: you musn'f injure it Tiith drastic Papc's is noled lor Its cy met iVilllam LtoyJ whom, he hail knomi many In England when the duke wa, a young man iu charge ot the Cavendish estates- Trie party was taten Irora the hos- ptlal to the iratn to await the civic luncheon at the SUDS of England hell. Those In ihe governor i parly iu addition'to His Excellency himself are Col, Henderson, the gov- ernor general's military secretary, Capt- Johuston, A.U.C., Eiid Neville. The One hundred and fifty business and profeaslonnl men oC the city sat down to the civic luucheou tendered His Excellency the of Devonshire al cue o'clock Tuesday in the S. hall. Seated at .the head of the table coal we can dig to ilie TT.'nniiif of Ihe war. Sir Thoiuas has production, pro'ducOon. The Dorain- ion ot Cnnaia to u rnarkeil cayable of -real production ami we must ivhal ake aJJ our forces- rount or a the use 01 having the great with general and his parly which included Col. Henderson, Captain Bplfceley-JohnEon and Lord Nerlll -.veTC Mayor Hardla and the commlEslonerE; Judge Jacfeson aud oiher members of ihe reception com- mittee. Tfie governor general find party entered, the hall sharp at one ____ E_.______ o'clock to ihe strains of the national flfi ---cent case from any lirusTstore and anthem. Grace was pronounced by in giving relief; its hannleas- -iieES', its certain, unfailing acliou in sour, gassy stomachs, "Its raHIIons of cures In iiidtzcslion, ..fiyspepsla, gastritis and other Elomacb has famous iho vnrld over. Keep ibis perfect stomach doctor in CUT- it a T___ if anyone should doesn'l agree T7llh them, H what they eat lays Jike lead, ferment ant sourz and rorias gas; causes head- ache, dizziness find nausea; erucLa lions of acid and "undigested remember as soon as Pape's Dlapepsln comes In contact, ivith Lhe stomach all auch distress vanishes. prompt ness, certalntj- and ease ia overcoming ibe worst stomach disorders is a :evc- .JaUon to tliose who try PIANOS STEINWAY. NORDHEIMEH. NEW SCALE WILLIAMS. HAINES BROS. Thete planoi are found In the vnoit exclutlve hornet. They are made ol the betl, mitt rials praeuratlc and by the mart work men. Stylet ind prlcn lo in and tn 'MBit Ci, IU. "Everythinj Mwlcal" 315 6th Street S.- Phone Remember the Dr.A.T.Spankie M.O, C. M. EVE, EAR, NOSE AND THROAT Wllce rooms, 121-122 Xew P, Barns Building, Corner Avs nd tnd SL Eaal, Calgary. Office Phoua Bcslaenco, Phone 112077 lutfrnt er.d JIojj. Sargtoa MiBhilUn Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat Hoapilal, Xew York Clly, (o School 274-21 Rer. Father OlcCaffary. The hall resourtes such as we hare in Iho Do- minion of Canada unless we have that security rtlch Is necessary in order develop them? The lighting men the front are giTing us tha'l secur- ity. So arc the men ol. the great t'leei. Our fighting men on laurt and are fighting in order lhat poster- ity may be nblc to develop Lho great nature! wealth of this country. They aro capable In time to come o[ being developed to an a'ruost incrtrtible de- gree, but unless we tcan bring this war to a successful tlose Uiose re- sources will be or but little value to Us. "That is -why Canada is today car- rying on the story ana traditions that fp.MiLg inio being in (Ue old mother- land or-Britain where British justice and British freedom were bom and from p-fieace thev have spread to ev- siy part of tbe globe, 'That, Is, the and on Thlch the Empire rests nd thai Is what vre arc flglil- to save. .If we lose this war. Folloving the luncheon "Canada" I for one moment we was svinKvatler vrhich those present: will le decorated for the occasion most enjoyable luncheon by the ladles, ol (lie I.O.D.E, IDS. -anu passeJ be .afte ;fofc His Excellency and Just Received A CONSIGNMENT OF OfflMOT'S SHOES In'sll efzM from a whft Is KoloK out'of (hot cleaned not- at irentli' redtfed prices. .The nbove art> ntar'.'on Coac f. you wrat to gel jour cliglce, Al AUCTION were introdliceil. The party Ihea re- Wcaley auditorium -fflleie Mayor Hardie presided. Here the governor-general delivered a very forceful and timely adoriis? to the people ot Letbbridze eioortlng them to continue the sacrifices they haye been making in order that the free- dom of the Tvorld may be saved from Prussian raMJlarisia.1 elad'' seld His Eicellengj-, "of tne opportunity to visit the city of Lethhrldge, make the acquaintance of Us people and visit Its Alberta has Jired up to Its reputation in Ihe warmth of the welcome tender- ed me which has more than made up for the deficiency in Ihe.jreather. "f hare a personal reason In coming to visit TOU and that that 1 may convey (o you His Majesty's lhanks and pride' with the pepple of lie' rest of Canada, have played such t great part in this war. The of. unkin within tbe Empire 1 which In' the years paat have been litre been slrc-nEthened In the. thref years of var through whii-Ti we have pone. The sacrifices and i patriotism evident on your part arnj not Hjhtlj contldercd. i lisre at one of the uiojl crit-1 Iciljirae? In the history nf (he plre. I am not golnf to minimize the situation. There Is ho reason for undue optimism, but cer- tainly there la no room for pessimism. It IE itao't Incredible, and certainly there is no room for pershnlam. 11 Is' aVmbit Incredible, and certainly liard lo realize thai from Canada anch n number of maiulflcerrl troops could Iitve bein M'pared and to the fishl- Ing lines. AnS ttaey hare acmllte.1 thcmselvea most Throughout the irluile campaign tho men of Canada Invariably re- sponded in the highest degree ind have done they JIBTO been called npdn lo do, So far as the men at ihe front are concerned we may real assured lhat they will continue to do what tliey undertaken to do. "There Is liowcrer, a big question lor us al home. Moil magnificent work hss been done by the people o( Panada during these Ihree years tit war. Tho Red Cross, Ihi Patriotic Fund aid other InsJttiillois of a small- er nature have done remarkably well snd 1 liusl that their efforts will Ire tonllmierl, In addition, during the past three weeks thtrc lias been a rnagnUicenl response to Ihe Victory It has Ijtcn a Irne and willing response and all the facia are known It will a source of great lo lim nations whlrh are llghtlrfg on-our eMc for Iho civ- mutton of (he world. "I 'hopelyon will not ihlnV 1 aa, msltlne any roijuex fhtn 1 say thai, though can and win .Ihi? war. It will require every Wiort V (hat we ran make) Tbovfe ftmf.tfti of tie result, we DM7, to-work birder anil -e away. The militarism of Pfussli Is Ihreatening and is a menace lo Uie peaceful development ot the world. musl bring nil power to bear, must harden our hearts, wo musl steel our nerves and persist in the gle until a lasting peace has 'been secured. That is the message 1 have coma to brins lo you, fulfilment that I ask nd It is In Its our co-opera- the thanks of the ptople of Lethbridge affirming Ihelr nclcrminatlon to carry- on lo the yery end, declaring. that le would be very If Ilia Excellency would convey IMs declaration to Ills MEETINGS of LLPACK Fcr Week BegTnning Dec. 3rd. llet-tirgs at plar.s nauieu first earh clay to he heW In the altcr- noon at Z o'clock '.At place men- tioned second In the cvrnlnc al 3 o'clock. WELLING MAGRATH Monday, December 3. SPRING COULEE WOOLFORD Tueidiy, Dttcmbtr 4 TAYLOR VILLE K1MBALL Otctmbtr t AETNA MOUNTAIN VIEW 6 TABER AT EIOHT O'CLOCK Frldty, OeermWr 7 BARNWEU. COALDALE BOOKS AS GIFTS PROCLAIM 'THE HEART AND MIND OF THOSE WHO GIVE AND THOSE WHO GET. THEREFOBE'WHEN HAPPILY BOOKS' ARE MATCHLESS AS GIFTS. READ OVER THIS UST "The Major" By Ralph'Conncr "Anne's House of Dreams" S1.50 By L. M. Montgomery "A King in L By Burton E. Mask" 51.40 8y Florence Irwin Son of By Jamet Oliver Curvfood "The Lost Prlnctss of Oz" 51.35 By Frank L. Baum Live the King" 11.50 By Mary Roberts Rhinehart Next of 11.25 By Nrllit L. McClung "The Road to Eleanor.H. Porter SI.40 "Cavalry ......___51.35 3y Alice ;Hegan Rl.ce AND 'MANY ,ALSO. REPRINTS POPULAR AUTHORS 85c Each The Twentieth Century Book Store- "Everybody's Book Shop" C. W. MANSON PHONE 613 514 FOURTH AVENUE BY AUCTION 4S4 WE WILL OFFER AT PUBLIC AUCTION In the Tay- lor MiD, Letbbridse TUESDAY, DEC 11 AT 12.30 187 Marcs, weight 1100 to 1500 Ifci. 116 Sutklnj ColU. M Yearling M.rei and. irlgt. 31 2'i, Marti Gtldlnei- 30 BroVe Gddingj, 1't And 25 "Sudrlle 3 Stallions. To ho sold In lols to suit pur- chasers. Sellers will- attend to shipping. This Block Is being brought ham the ranch, (45 miles for convenience of Tiaa enlfattid. ROSS t TAYLOR, Auctioneerc: OtO, Nanton; 0. P. DCAflDOAFF, JifU near lo Iho vlllase'uf Villers-. (iulilahk nnil nlous the. idlfia joath- vvoslof that iliclr Hue Is airly near thu It Is estimated tliti the Gernurlb about twenty div'cloiH for rdulr assault on Kriilay wlilrh. cxrcpt for '.be first Yi'ros battle. Is rcgimteu1 w baring thoir heaviest on Hie British. Tho Germ BUS attacked the Hrlllsli jwiill'ous Lavacuurrle, southwest ot Cutubral al 6.4u o'cloct Uiis morULue ail hour later tt was reported lhat they, lad been success- fully ben en off. Today's atticls fol- lowed lUrce fulllo aiienpts Iho enemy lo lake this village yesterday Frencrl Front. Dec. Somewhr.i Tioleut ar- tillery Hetlvtly tlie Alsuc fronc and III the Verdun region cnncmuccil Ui today's war office Otherwise Ihtre were only liHermlttent cannon. adlng mil raiding operations. Gain Wis Trilling _ llonilon, neuter's Qt- taft'ii amouiU of terri- tory Eftlned'.by the enemy in Friday's attack, at a loss of so many thousands ot tuou, is so trifling thai It scarcely shows uupreclaLly on (he 'military maps. Tactically, the situation be sajcl virtually unaffecleil the fighting, our truups magnWronl spirit mul tletcruiluatlou. The.airfci'eure between bur recent 1'iidld Yiclory and the Herman reuly Is that >ve retain up to A deplh of nearly Miles Iliey start- ed. Their Intention, was to turn our line and nlnrh us (ml from our uow line tuwird Cautintl. It was i teat of resiwllvc flglitlni; multdes, tho uumeric.il odds probably about Ureo to one In favor of Ueruiius SURVEY Ollawu. Dec. to fhe zreal need of furlher dovelouiug nlnts for I'M vocational ro-ejucatlon ot disabled j L'auadlau soldiers tho military hospi- tals c.iiurntpslon JE launched on In- duslrlal sUrToy ot the principal Cities of Canada with tuo hope cf securing is man? officers aVuosslble who hare (eclinical training anil practical ex- perience 'la sonic branch of Industry. An effort IK uclnt limda to secure with a broad acquaintance ivilh general condldtlone. So sreat is Iho need for Instructors o[ this clasa the help of all agen- cies likely lo be In loirch with returned officers Is being souebt. TOCAIGARY AlWRAIt Dec. W, Dlncmui, reyresi'Dtlii; Ihi Ciujiry Products' company, la nuklnc ui of- fer to the ctty to deliver fia lo th'j city Hutu al ceaU i thoaumt cubic feet, it iMEt a million feet aud th< probabllttr o( belax ablo to million feet It required. This It the mdt of tie recent decision of di- vision ot the supreme court, the city miy ud let] In Ihe "outside" o! auiriclpillty, This would obtained from tha Ulacmin well In tho Okotokj Hdd, C. P. R. EAHNINOB. Montreal, Dee. Paclfiu Hallway week e'adtoK Xqrem- bet 30, increaie APOkOGY TO THE PUBLIC Mr. Schleifer, of the Roya! Store, begs lo apologize to the many customers who visited our store on Friday and SalUrday. We most v earnestly regret that due. attention could not be rneteci out in ouv customary manner, and hope the public will bear with us during our big closing out sale. promise to give our mosl earliest attention to-any mistakes that might have occurred. Fresh bargains daily will be added to the m'anybig values already 16-be had. the papers for future arnoiuxements. 1 I A. J. SCHLEIFER, P 01 Big tompmation oale 1 _ _ N j 175 SHORTHORNS 55 CLYDESDALES 6 Hackneys P, M. BREDT CO. are offering their whole herd of Shorthorns on account of Mr. Bredt's failing Health and labor difficulties. MR. NORMAN HARRISON will fell selection of choicely bred Shortiiorns, including males and females of trUelScbtclj breeding and character. Shorthorns Consist of 36 Hwid Heifen, ill bred to the rcry bett of ScctfiUi bnHs. 14 Yemrfmf t, 16 Heifer 20 Bofii, MX nontbi to three yean Eal- ance