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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 13, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 13, 1916 THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD PAGE KIND DISTRICT NEWS TABER (From The Times) Secretary arubb of the Patriotic fund forwarded'to Calgary this -week a check for The sum now credited to tho Tnher constituency-at Calgary Is now On Monday ovenlnB'vlast about 25 citizens, Including a i'hlr' .lumber of ladles, met .In the Oddfellows hall to dlecuss the proposition to arrange u branch of the Civic law ivwne.it League i of Canada. L. B. Lynd was appointed ,-to .the chair and B. K. Vlckery was appointed secretary. Af- .ter a dlncilSBioa participated in by L. B. Lynd, E. B. Vlckery, A. Wood- Imuae, nev. -'Bryan, Rev. PhilpB, Dr. Hamman and A., O. Bastedo It was decided rto organize. following are (he officers' elected: Pros., Df. vice-pr-esldent, Hev. Philps and jfrl. J.' Hi -Robinson; secretary, L. H. treasiirer, J. H. Boblnson; COTRO I, D. Malo, Geo. Ejwjnji-flev; Brant J. Mr. and vMrsV'Rhodes, of Regina, iaye taken -IID their abode in pur midst, getting settled In the hquae >by E. B. Bu- (jtianan, fqrineT iharaager of the Bank of Commerce, and Mrs. Buchan- an after- a month at fto Coast, wnrfeBiae in Strathcona. 'n._ _l'i fT r.nA f. Mr'. Uurrough left for tho moun- tains after spending a few weeks on the Welsh Ranch. Mr. Otho Morrical made u business trip to Warner. v Threshing outfits have pulled lu for this season. Mr. Gorrll threshed. 100 acres of stubbled In wheat yielding 3630 bus. in average of 35 hue. an acre. 'Mr, fcaye M'rs' J. Hardy and family Dry Fork'to'TTsli- i Mr- Hardy will have telephone exchange.' Sirs.- A.' 0. Kemmls and little daugh Mrjl. 1 KemmM, Miss Kern HIGH RIVER (From the Mr Murphy has been appointed principal of the Public school, and Rev. Mr. Hayes, M. A., principal of the High icfibdl. A very pretty wedding was'soleuv nlzed at St. Francis- de Sales' church, by the Rev. Father Smith, oil' Wednes- day morning at 8.30, when Miss Dora Viola Watrlp, daughter of Mrs. J. N Watrin, of Blg'h JUver, .was married to Mr. Alvie' James Cooper, son of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Cooper, of Fair banks, Iowa. There are stored in our elevators at present in tho neighborhood of 000 bushels. A total of bushels of wheat bushels of oats and barley has been shipped fronr'High River up till Tuesday Bight S. M. Dudley- left High. River on Tuesday for Stayely, where he Is ar ranging for the establishment of a 'bushel grain elevator. This wll be the third ele'yatpr ,tt> be erected in this Branf... anothe at Raymond.. Sqmo.tiifle ago Mr. D.ud ley tor arrived. He was removed to the private hospital, and is now ud children are at at Westville, Nova Scotia. A the ratepayers of Frank wis'held o'n Monday-., even- ing in the new pjrish Iffitl, when the report.. of: (he for the year >vas aomina- tion for councillors.took.place. The old, council, JL'.I. -Blais, B. Morgan and Frank Weir, were re-ejected bj acclamation tor -another i Threshljg-U..about in Raynipnd district. Se'yeral ma' chines pulled1 in. th'is .week', and the rest will fqllpvji n.ext wegk. 'some -time. The past two weelw halve 'been very favorable a good deal of gralp.has What a serious accident jook place Avhen s Jap draiik a 'cup of gaapllne mis- taking it for water. Dr. GreenaMj- was called but was out of his office, and Mr. >Fowler7 of the pharmacy, administered first aid untjl the doc livery barn in Foremost to Howard Leslie. The hoys a-re again residents of Kippenvllle. Mrs. Carrington, the teacher school having resigned, neces- sitated .the closing of .the. school for the winter. Mrs. Carrington expects to leave soon .on a visit to .her. home in Iowa. Mrs. M. Hillis of Foremost, was visitil'g at the home of Harry Hillis a few days last" week. Coal-is getting to-be a scarce ar- ticle even in this neighborhood of so many rolnss: Teams coming, as far as 15 and 20 miles are sent away with half a- ton. Mr. and Mrs. D. D. Kippen, Miss Margaret Kippen, Messrs. Hugh and Angus Fraser, were entertained for American Thanksgiving dinner at the home of Mr. and Mrs. O. W. Greene, Mrs. Geo. Hopkins was taken to the hospital In Sweet Grass, where she will probably, have to undergo an op- eration. The Norwegian services which were be held at 3 o'clock last Sunday are Dostnoned until -4 p'clock, as r. Leifdohl, the niinister.ptindly gave p the regular hour to the men wbo oke in behalf of the Patriotic essrs. Buchanan and Tweedle were e speakers with Leffingwell as chairman. These gave very strong appeals .and ny one having the opportunity of earing them could ijot but respond enerously. We do not know the am- unt raised, as the subscription list still in circulation. gafe Side "Those of us who are says a, welj- known doctor, "will keep on the safe sid? by using only those foods that contain everything Nature puts iijto A Jtf good that. Many fqpds, as usually prc- nnrfld, especially cereals, arc lacking in the vital mineral phosphate of potash, etc., which the. body must for perfect balance and health. l is pue Grape-Nuts -x. .1 is rich in these elements, containing, as it does, all jhp of whole and barjey. Jt is .a delicious food, sffofding the sweetness of wheat and the flavor of malted barleyv Bvcry tshle should have its daily ration of Grape-Nuts. "There's a Reason" Posturn Csreal' Ltd., Wlndfpi', Onf, It is a winter plague which claims thousands every season. will strengthen and fortify you against Grippe, and if you have had it, Scott's will re- any other known medicine. Seott's is lost Blood-Food Scolt S: Eownc, Toronto. Sir Albert H. Stanley, who Is president of the Board of Trade In tho new British crnment, is former Detroit man with a spectacular career. Twelve years ago he was gen- oral superintendent of the Do- trolt United railway. His ent position with the British army is the result of ability shown as organizer while man- aging director of London's un- dcrground and omnibus sys- -i tern. In New Jersey while lu charge of the public service corporation he whipped the tangled New Jersey lines into wonderful system. Stanley's services there attracted atton- lion In London where the daily transportation of millions of people had to that time proved a hopeless task. Stanley's dls- tinguished services were al- most immediately recognized and he was knighted and hailed as the "traffic king of Lon- don." i ST. PATRICK'S CHURCH TO BE HELD IN Standard Furniture Co.'s Old Stand DOMINION BUILDjNG, FOURTH AVEiNUE S. Friday Saturday, Dec. 15 16 THERE WILL BE ON SALE ASSORTMENT OF FANCY WORK FOR CHRISTMAS PRESENTS Cu.hlons, Crochet Work, Embroidery, Etc. Altro'a Special Apron Booth. A Fish Pond Will Provide a Lot 'Of Tun. Afternoon Tea Will be Served Both Days and Recelpta Will Go to the Red Cross Fund. Supper Will be Served on Saturday Night, from 5.30 for 35c. The Bazaar Will be Openejd by H. 2.30on OK. 16, Come and Bring' Your HMenfls t'[ SUICIDES FROM H. C. L. High Prices Blamed for Suicides and 'tow" Birth Rate New present high cost of living is directly reflected in an Increase in the number of suicides, death? from lack of proper nourish- ment and blrtlis said Israel FelnUurg, president of the board of today. are feeling that they cannot support any more children and they are pre- venting it. To check this tendency something must be dono to 'reduce the cost of living. "The increase In sulqides can be traced directly to the high cost of food. With the Increased of providing for their own neeeaBltles and for those dependent upon .them, people who are unaVle .to ends meet feelthat they iare They see "way out aiwl ;ttfrn to cide: "There lias been an increase Slop in deaths d.ue to lack of :proper nbflr- ishment, cases where persons Ittive not been alble to afford good, whq'le- some food and have been ;to .buy only food that is not fit for matt consumption." Auxiliary and U. F. A. Take Up 50c Quarter Proposed (From Our Own Correspondent) Lomond, Dec. Sometime ago le-Ladies' Auxiliary and the United Farmer's worked together to bring bout a measure for jhe purpose of aving a_-doctor for this district to le paid by the ratepayers at the rate f 50 cents per Quarter.. This reforn; s shortly to come into Affect elieve this will create a very desir- able effect. Mr. and Mrs. Wood, the latter com- ng recently from High River have emoved to Calgary Building is; steadily going ahenO nd-Lomond will shortly be a town of lote on this liui. We are to have another epage iere which Is to hive agency for the 'IcLaughlln automobile.... ThiS-.wUIjje he third garage besides two other igencies, all doing a large business Mr. Gorham las bold his shaie in rae of the garages to Mr Bowers a armer near town. The; shingle now Sokvltne and Bowers i'l !orham is going baolp to tilling, 4i lerta soil again The parents of George Bell expect heir son home soon. He was wounded with shrapnel in France. He recovered and returned to duty but rheumatism set in, and now, he is be- ng invalided home Mrs. Dufty is having her home pre pared for the coming winter A Clanfield ha" almost finished a 'irie hip-roofed barn Quite a num ier of farmers around here are en ioying the conveniences of good, sarns, made after tv o pros perous years: W. W. Ainlay is suffermg, ft om an offending foot. We hope he will boon te convalescent. Dave Muiiroe is having d nev, bam erected. With his new house andNS, lew barn, have lo foiuai Heavy well casing not being oh talnable, a number of larmers around here are depnyed of having wells drilled, The outcome of the municipal dec tion here last week was A hley Hanna, Tom Chapman Tames Mar ihall, (by acclamation) Mr Porter iois, acclamation) Prof. Riddell gave a talk here. In the church last Sunday In the Inter ests of the Alberta college Edmon, ton, which is partially supported by the Methodist churches In this prov ince. His talk drllte'd naturally to the great European- war which has claimed his onlv son fc Ita dea'v iol( and he, being partly educated In Ger many, gave us nn Interesting talk On their methods pertaining to their social life and militarism. Mr. Mclntosh Is having an addition put to his house and having It turn Into a bungalow style Mr. Teskey has a Calgary agency a large fsr IVrd to be delivered here nexf TORONTO is CONVINCED ARE you open to conviction? The Grand in Toronto gave music lovers an opportunity to prove the made for the New Edison, and in a word- Toronto 7s convinced. Chalmers' magnificent baritone, and Zenatello's tenor that knows but one equal, carried) away the with the glory of these voices still fresh in mind, many accepted Edison's invitation hear the game singers on the NEW THE RE-CREATiON e WAS PERFECT 4 THOMAS Jmrffc" Opera, singing in djrept Tfith Edison's Re- Creation of his Mir. rf many great artists who have Pf QVed tbat Edison's new art successfully test of astounding comparison Re-Cnattpn of Chalmers' magnificent VOKC tjif n jicar Chatatrs him- self when this great barlfoue J3 pu tpur, THINK whit it means! You bate the opportunity ty hear music rendered by tie etept, but few times in a year, then expense and often at great With Edison's inven- tion in your hojne, hire the finest render- trigs right at whenever you. will. Instead ofimrjtiMr IWT Wends to your box at the opera, TOH bring; your home, where in you fiw them the perfect recreation of.aie-yeicep Chalmers, Zena- tello. Anna Matzenauer, Alice and a hundred otfcer operftic mas- terly violin bowtof Albert" Spaldiufc-oCarl Flesch, and th? whglp.rftnge of i best-artists. GIFT OF AND what better ttaw to introduce this instrument into your than now the season of gifts, the prob- lem shall pven to the family? -The mere priqe of is but small acknowledgment Edison of his gift to humanity for all 5ome- Hear the New Edison first, decide to act' at once. COME AND LET US SHOW YOU THIS LATEST MIRACLE OF EDISON'S CEIPS "JE extend to you ss. ppf 5 imitation to vv hear Edison'i Of the roices of Chalmers, ether you tions to buy and we you o{ delightful inTentien as "just anqjjher machine." Are to Sell New THE KENNY ALLIN Next to Dallas Hotel, Phone 1487. ZENATEU.O, who bw by the King of Italy. "A voice ofgolden tone, in its pxpellditure, jet rwponsive to every emotional shade." ZfMtelfe rfwict rank U ft tsaor Caruso. ;