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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 9, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, DKCEMBEH 0, 1010 quick and certain relief to all who suffer .from Backache, Lumbago, etc. Under its curative, healing in- fluence pain subsides, aching ceases, comfort and restfulness follow. Thermtfgene appliea in a case of Severe Lumbago Apply to the siiin just as it comes'from the bdx. It can be kept in piacu by a piece of tape or any kind of bandage. Unlike plasters and poul- tices, THERMOGENK can be 'worn night and day, with- out the slightest incon- venience or interference with your regular work. In fact you almost forget you are wearing it save for the fi-.eling of comfort and freedom from pain. British made- and has won the gratitude of thousands of sufferers, Its merits hav. Baincd for it the recngmtton of the British Red Cress Eocictv. the Rov al Navy, Alilitar) Authorities and many hospitais. rice 50 cents Irom your Prugjlst or from Agents tor Harold F. Ritchie Co. Limited 10 McCsol Street. ToroMO WEDNESDAY, 126, '16 of AT 10.30 O'CLOCK Four Miles East of Coalclale, on N. TV. Sec. 9-9-19, West 4th. _ HAVING DECIDED TO DEVOTE MORE TIME TO THE BREEDING OF MY FULL BLOOD CATTLE, AM OFFERING THE FOLLOW- ING DESCRIBED STOCK FOR SALE, EXCEPT FIVE BULLS, WITHOUT RESERVE. Cattle "1 head Cows' 2 years old, of which a- number are good milch cows; 10 head yearling heifers; 4 head 3-year old steers; bead year old steers; 5 head yearling steers; 22 head calves. These cattle are of Shorthorn and Hereford breeding and are m good condition, and cows bred to calve in April ana May, 181 1. Four head of Registered Hereford Yearling Bulls to be offered with a reserve bid to be announced. Horses and Mules 4 of Good Work Mules, the big rugged Kind and mated; one Bay Gelding, 10 years oid ,-n-eight 1500 Ibs.; one Buckskin Raiding 3 years, weight 1400 Ibs.; one Buckskin Gelding, 3 years, wei-ht 1200 Ibs.- one Grey Saddle li year old., weight 10.iO IDS a good one; one Bay Mare, 3 years old, suitable for saddle mare- one Grey Gelding." S years, weight JJiOO Iba.; one Sorrel Gelding 6 years, weight 1400 Ibs.; one Roan Gelding, 1 years, weight 1500 Ibs.; one Grey .Mare, 9 years, weight 12aO Ibs.; .one Bay Mare 12 years, weight 1400 Ibs.; one Bay Mare, -IS'-Teara, weight 1400 Ibs; one Bay Geldins, S years old, weight HOO Ibs; Berkshire Hogs 40 lead brood sows, 8 months old, bred to a Registered Berk- shire Boar, to farrow in April, 1917. The kind you read about, 5 head Registered Berkshire Boars eight months blfl Chickens dozen tall b'ood Plymouth Rock hens, 2 dozen full blood k cockerels. Machinery One Data Overshot tiav Stacker and Buck one hay .rake one four sect on lever harrow: onq: gang one sulky plow one Da n 16X18 haj p e s; one packer. One'per cent -of th- proceeds this sale .goes to the Patriotic Fund. 'TERMS :OF 'SALE ;CASH, NO PROPERTY TO BE REMOVED UNTIL'TERMS OF' SALE ARE LUNCH SERVED BY COALDALE LADIES' AID J. A. SMITH, Auctioneer. JNO. WILL NOT Washington, Deo. S. Re- ports to the state department say the British steamship stbek was cunk October 12th on her way from Liverpool to Alexandria and that there was one United States citizen on board. Today's report from Berlin was the-first-public mention of the sinking of the Se- bek. The present case Is viewed much in the same light as the Marina, Arabia and Palermo. Lundon, Dec. following ap. polntmcitts have been made: Acting dircclor of railway troons. Col. Stewart; Actius deputy director, Col. the Hon. A. McDonnell: noting dep- uty assistant director. Captain T. A. H. Tnylor. Tho following appoint- iiieuts are made in' connection with the Canadian training division' at Brighton: Deputy assistant-adjutant- general. Major M. K. Green; D. Q. M. G, Major 0. A. M. Bury; A. A. and Q M G.. Captain H. F. Walker; Staff Captain .Lieut. H. Blake; assistant director of supplies ami transport, Lieut. Col. .1. M. McMillan; railway transport officer, Lieut. W. D. While- head; chief compensation officer, Ll.- Col. It. M. Dennistoun; inspector of army catering. Captain E. Ross; as- sistant brigade musketry officer, -Cap- tain li. B. Duggtm. Dr. Murray .liar- row, of Ediiioaton, Aim., has been at- tached to the Royal N'uval Hospital, Chatham. Ottawa, Dec. purports to he three pound cans of tomatoes, peas and corn weigh only 2U pounds gross, these being supplied by the Dominion Cannery Association." was one of the statements of a resolution passed by the city council of Ottawa last night, at a special meeting called to take action under the cost of living regula- tions. It was stated by Alderman Muir, who presented a report of the special committee, that cans did not specify that the contents were three pounds weight, but there was a on the can. The "2" can weighetl only r-r- pounds gross. Short weight on bags of flour was also referred to, as well as soap, bis- cuits, etc., and the minister of labor was asked to take action to put an end to this abuse. US. WESTS I OF Id Washington, Dec. the pub- lication of the American protest to Germany on the deportations of the Belgians, the state department offi- cials disclosed today the States government has exhausted its means of diplomacy and has laid the case before the Uriited .States public opinion from which it will o.cpect draw guidance for the next steps any be taken. Note of Protest Washington, D. C., Dec. to Germany nrotesting against ihe Oe- of "Belgians for forced labor as contrary to all precedents and hu- mane principles of internationarprac tice was made public tonight by the state department. DRAW SHRAPNEL FROM BODY WITH.A MAGNET Bakers stands: all tests; laboratory; ani tiome. It is pure, it is delicious, it is healthful. Walter Baker Co. Limited 1 ESTABLISHED I78O H MONTREAL.CANADA HALT NEWFOUNDLAND TROOPS St. John's. Dec. colonial overnment permitted it to become mOTTll today that reports of German submarines in the Atlantic :had re-! suited in the cancelling of the dis- j patch of, a draft of recruits for the Newfoundland regiment, which had been olanned for the last week In No- vember. Regulations regarding -meas- ures'for coast defense have been re- imposed. Lights in this city are permitted, but coast lights have been ordered dimmed. A fleet of patrol boats., has been organized to scout in the vicinity of Cape Kace and the Grand Banks, Those boats are equipped with wire- less apparatus and will give warning of the approach'of .any hostile vessel. Port Steele, B. John Dun- lop has writtei that his wounds are healing but that three more opera-j tions on his arm are .necessary- That he will not lose his arm made possible by the process of graft- ing and using magnets to the shrapnel out. Pte. Dunlop states he wants to have another chance at the front, b.ut this chance is small as he has lost two fingers of the right hand. Pte. Va! Goggs, well known luire, has written that he expects to have a month's leave very soon as he has been fighting for 16 months. He took part in the activities on the Somme. Pte. Goggs was despatch runner for- merly but is now field guide. lu his letter he: said that he had run across Bob Eassie, who was well. FREE LUNCH IN CHURCH Chicago. went out in Waukegan, 111., last May, and with them perished the free lunch. Then along came the Rev. W. E. Collins, a University of Chicago stu- dent, who said he would sut in. their stead something of a constructive nature. So he planned a free lunch service with his sermons. It will be served for the first time on Sunday night, when, after the ser- vice, the entire congregation will spend an hour sipping coffee and I nibbling sandwiches. j Henry Hayes, an old anu w'eii- known 'resident of Niagara Falls, is dead. We have the Sole Agency for Lethbridge, j: Blues, Grays and Blacks that will not fade. Watch the piece of Blue Serge tacked to the front of our store. The-- Tailor TELEPHONE 410 FIFTH STREET S. Herald Want Ad Will Rent Your House Tie AuocUted Board of Royal Academy of Music Royal College of Music LONDON, ENGLAND. ftr Examinations In Music Mnile Mmie. TIic Annual In practical Music and Theory will be held Canada in May and June, 1917. An examin- ation InWofy only mil be field November .ilh 1916, application to be fflnde liy October 1st 1916. An exhibition value about JSM oltsred annually also 2 Gold and 3 Silver.McdaU. Syllabus, Music forthceianiinalionjand all particulars may be obtained on applica- tion to H. WARNS DAVIS. !77 Sillier Strctl. MMlrtaL (BtiUeut Simury lir Canada.) Parents and Teachers -mslling to enter their pupils for these eTaniliiations should communicate with the Secretary at once and have tltflir names placed cuBwmua LIBERAL RESIGNS SEAT AS PROTEST Victoria 15." C., Dec. the' recount 1'or the Esquimalt electoral district was commenced this morning oefore Judge Lampriiau in the county court huilcfing conies of the resigna-' tion of A'. .McCurdy, the successful Liberal candidate, us -presented to the premier and attorney general were read and also a letter of explanation to the premier." "Sir. McCurdy toolt ex- ception to tile, manner -.in. .which' the soldiers'.-vote Jiad been taken in.Eng- land, aiid put'-lii. his resignation as a protest. 1V In spite of this action of Mr. Mc- Curdy, the recount continued and'niiie ballots were reseved for discussion at the close. "The Kind GraJidmcilUsed" Real British West enough to go m her Fruit Cake, Mince. Meaf and ;Plum Puddingy delicious enough to ;be; used Gmgerbread and Molasses and wholesome enough lor homemade Candies. That's what "Gingerbread Brand" is. Fresh from selected, sugar plantations in the British ,West Indies in Nos. 2, and 10 lever-top cans. If your grocer shouldn't have don't take, bulk molasses or thin syrups. Insist on having the real thing. Mr. '.IcCurdy's resignation has not yet been accepted by the premier. MISSOURI TOWN WANTS ITS EMPLOYEES ABSTAINERS Joplin, city employees of Jopliu were forbidden to "drink.'in- toxicating liquors at any time" in a resolution adopted unanimously by the Joplin City Commission in executive session here last night. Five cty fire- men immediately resigned as a pro- test against tho order, it was said. The Commission also passed an or- dinance forbidding the display cig- arette or liciuor advertisements in mo- tion-picture theatres. anyway, "Monday will tail the tale. This is the can to look lor Goodies in our Molasses Gpok Book. ._ Real and tested, simple and practical, for every home.- Write for the book and'get a can of''Gingerbread Brand" Molasses. THE DOMINION MOLASSES CO. LIMITED, HAUFAX, N. S. _ ,f "Gingerbread" for cooking-and 3 FKkers ol the finest oi them all. WINTER'is? only the name thedescriptioh; of a climate. skies and balmy air, tropical fruits1 and flowers in full and ...v outdoor sports out of doors, -automobiling" over numberless, beautiful highways and through miles of orange groves', every' thing conspires to make you entirely, forget such things as snow and This Year via OREGON-WASHlNGTON'toULROAD NAVIGATION CO. UNION PACIFIC SYSTEM Direct Route to the Sunny Southland Ask L. E. OMER, T. P.. A., 809 Centre Street, Calgary, to help you plan a trip TUESDAY, DECEMBER 12 At 2 o'clock At the-.'-.Lethbridge Sale Barns 2 carloads of horses. All broke. 12 Mares, 1400 to 1600 Ibs. 15 Geldings, 1400 to 1700 Ibs.' -Balance "of horses from 3 to 8 years old and sound. Guaranteed by the owner. 20 head Select Dairy Cows. H. O. ROLLO6G, Owner J. A. SMITH, Auctioneer AUCTION SALE ON SATURDAY, December 16th AT TWO O'CLOCK At Gow's Livery ONE HUNDRED HEAD OF C4TT1T CONSISTING OF 25 Head of Choice Milch Cows 30 One yeafijld Calves 60 one and two year old Heirers and These cattle are raised in and around the Baroni, district and are not wnfce raised therefore are and will be contented in barn lot enclosures This is an opportunity to get some good high grade Durham cattle Some springers among the cows Auction Sale At Wilson's Auction Rooms 429, 5th St., South at 7.30 Dry Goods, Shoes, Small- wares, ;Etc. Terms Cash fTerms. Gash Auction Sale Of Household Furniture on Tuesday, December 12th COMMENCING AT 2 P.M. At 1010 Second Avenue 8. W. L. WILSON, AUCTIONEER IS INSTRUCTED BY THS OWNER TO SELL A QUANTITY OF USEFUL HOUSEHOLD.EFFEOTS, INCLUDING Sideboard; bedft springs and mattresses; dressers and chiffoniers; two sanitary ranches; centre tables; rockers; kitchen chairs; two carpet squares: one screen; book sheivos; refrigm- torn- uc-x couch; kitchen table; pictures; one drop head Singer Sewlns machine, I diauers, nearly new; one child's one water power washing machine, stair carpet, one mantle eltKk, one curtains and hllnds, dishes; kitchen utensil, and many other t TERMS CASH NORESfeRVE 1 ;