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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 6, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta GE EIGHT THE LETHBBIDGE DAILY/ HERALD Fond of Good Cof  >f or course ? But -wKy not make it BETTER Coffee? Ceffe* at its BEST, in ftict- SEAL BRAMD COFFEE Send for our tooklet "Perfect � Coffee-^Porfectly Mede", it solves the problem, i�2 SEAL BRa'no, i'Coffee I CHASE 5- SANBORM MONTREAL ^^SIH^S mmmm ENVIABLE RtCOR Has Made High Reputation in Production of Timothy Seed (From Our Own Correspondentl PIncher Creek, Feb. 4.-The larmer? II SUCCESS MACLEOD Many Farn:iers Have Attended and Have Profited Greatly, Thereby (Fiom Our Own Correspondent) Macleod. Keb. �.-early -as S ct tills district have set a high slauil- jin. farmers were ttrrlving In Macleoil rt for timothy seed, and Incidentally osolutlons of importance, wliich will bo submitted to tho regular meeting when it convenes. The" air is charged wltli impending events and the announcement this ! moiAlng of tho formation of a war trade board, with the chairman ot the wool comittis.'HK IN GERMANY Amatcrdam, Feb. 6.-A Ho'fllu do*-' patch recolvoti hero today tiUbtoa llid Mittag 5vm '/citung us anying \vith ro� gard to tho atjike (n Ocnnajjy that work had been reanmod withqut "ox-coptlon.ln all the armament factories and that In other largo concerns (he men were roportcd to bo resuming their duties.' The dc.ipatch added that there had been no disturbances. VOTE TO RETAIN PRESENT BALLOT People Satisfied With PiefereA-tial Ballot-Conimission- , ers' Qualifications Burgesses of tho lity of t.ethbridgc yesterday voted by hotter than a two to one vote to retain the ballot privileges which they have enjoyed tor the past five years under the preferential ballot, and the city council will therefore withdraw thi- application foi* nmendmonl/to the iliartor which was to substitute the sitraight ballot. The vote in favor of the retention of tho preferential ballot was 122 to (9. Both sides ot the city voted in favor of the" olimlnntlon ballot. . The people, however, asked thivt candidates for commiBstonerS, heris-after should hiAe a property quallttca-tion of $400 before being nominated. The council has not asked the legislature for this amendnieat but will do so now. ^ One feature--of the plebi^sclte was that the vote cast was larger than for tlie $75,000 bylaw recently tor the pur are tiot, chances of an embargo seem ' chase ot a new turbo-generator. This strengthened very materially, and It] Is probably accounted tor by the fact would not surprise those who have' that tlie vote on the south slNe was been stalling off such action to see an embargo declared before the growers have had an opportunHy ot expressing their views preventing it. ^ Bisshop llarker. ot Magrath.' will present a resolution this afternoon asking that till sheep entering Cnnaiki frbe of duty should be bona fide breeding animal6 sold to permanent residents. This is to fore- a^rtiulfufe wi'll"glX'gTe'"'auf av!^'^" ^"'Se bands' of agriculture will gladly gue au> as-, ,,.^,,,^,3 fattening on western slatanpe it can^ , jo be returned to --Vmcrlcan In 0\i eastern parts of Canada and i nmrfc-Pta the U.S.A., -south of us. the greater__ part of the fodder fpr stock goes  through the silo, and proof of the great t advantage of this Is on record. This; brought the feed for aheep to the front; today-as never before If a number of ' you farmers co-oporatj in the sheep bnalness, hire a shepherd, you can get a lease from the Dominion government; also a permit for summer range In the foothills, and the niarley and you will h'ave an abundant yield. The same litay be said ot oats. Soil (Atltlvation was discussed at some length. Summerfajlow, the speaker adrlfted, plough as early -xn ^ . , , Saskatoon, Sask., Feb. 5.-Quite a possible, it you have s^eep, and can-4 number ot robins were to be swn and not keep your fallow T)lack all the heard in Saskatoon today. Thevwea- tOOK AT TONGUE! IF COATED, CLEAN LITTLE STOMACH, LIVER, BOWELS. Don't' scold your fretful, peevish Child. See if tongue Is coated: this Is - a sure sign its I'itle stomach, liver and bowels are clogged with scur waste.' V. . When llstlHSB, pale, fevKTlsh, full ot cold, broatU badj throat sore, Uoesu't eat, Bleap or act naturally, has ctom-acU-ache, indigestion, diarrhoea, give a teaspoonful of "CaUfornia �yrup of � Ji'iBS," and in a tow hours -^ilf the foul waste, the sour bile aud (ermeutlng food passes out ot.the b'oweis and you ' have a well and playful Syl-vestre, A. Denis, James Bryson; Manitoba, A. J. McKay, Macdqnald, Man.; Saskatchewan. F: T. Skinner, Indian Head; Alberta, H, J., A. Evans, La-combe; British Columbia, Dr. Tolmle, Victoria. SAW ROBINS ther has-turned mild. KILLED IN ACTION ' " MoutVeal, Feb. 5.-Captain Hugh Pedley,' M.C.,'son of Rev. Dr. Hugh Pedle^ot this city, was killed in action on. January 31. '. ^ � � � - �;-----T OUR BOYS IN EUROPE AND HOME PROTECTION The men on the fifing line represent the pick of our country's ,yo\ttb. . Many were rejected because of physical do-fitioucy. if any times the'kidneys were to blame. If wo wish to prevent old ago niming on too suoii, or if wo want toiDerease our chances for a long life,. Dr. Pierce of the Surgical Institute,'Buffalo,-N. Y,, says that you shonld jrink pltnty. of water dally between meals.' 'then procure at a drug atpre, Anuric (doublp strength). This "^An-u-rio" drives the uric acid' out and cures, backache and rhcninatisni. , , . , If we wish to Veep our kidneys in the best condition a diet of milk and 'vefje-tsblcs, with only little meat.onee a day, is the moot suitable. t)rink plenty of pure water, tako Anuriu three times a day for a month. . , , Seud Dr. Pierco IQe for trial'pkg.-' Au-urio-^maBy times mote potent than Uthia,-eliminates uric acid jia hot wat^r/melts sugar. A short t�ial:Will conylnce you, Preston, Out.-"I am.pleasel^.to'(;x-j>rM� my experience with AnuriK. I have been troubled with ritaumatiim: in./ight limb and hand fgr soveral yjars, and lately ' ' "" ' had _ , , _^ . _..... and jnoro to get �p. Ipately ^-^1 bad a very severe pain .in my'tiack. I have taken Dr. Pierce's GoldeiiVMMliCiiil Dis-r.ovory gevcral tii^sa yritk tbe most aatii- iD anil nana rgr several yjars, and cly in left shoulder. The > only/ way could lie wasw on jiiy',: baek.". I i greal; difficulty' fto Vit ; down ;.V^*r�w�.u,.s-p,alnly,on the bottle. oi^^V^'^r^^:^ l^'H^ \L-^^i�,we ara opuutertelts sold compliance with tho order of tho fue" /' htre, HO surely )oolr and see that yours -.....�� � ~ '''U wade bV the "CalUoruia Fig Hyrui; CQimnlssloner, the O, JI. A, will cancel, all games scheduled oii. Monday. This will, apply to Canadian amate:ir league games us well. factory results, so I cpneluded to (five his Anuric Tablets a trial.'Tho psiin in Umb and shoulder, has stopped; entitoly and tu right hand it is veryslight and eettiaft less ail the time. 1 can nOiw sit or lie in any position I wish without discomfort or pain. I recominj)nd,ed the Anuric Tablets to two parties* and. they "both elaim decided imprp�flment,,;I eertainly will recommend them toj�ny one troubled-, with the kidneys; thsre-ianothinn neatly TO good; I tried 'tUew,all.*'-Oeoiws 1 Boos, cor, l^ttke'iMKl W*|*r|�P�-  ; ' � taken at the city hall which was quite convenient for the voters. Following are the figures: Preferential Ballot -; ."^ Yes � TsiB South Letl�brid.?e ...... 9'.t .40 North\Lethbridge........ 2S . 9 122 Property Qualifications for Commissioners Yes Soutli Lethbridge .......�.. 100 North Lethbridge/.......... 25 VJ4 49 No 30 . S ROOSEVELT OPERATED 01* Oyster Ba.v,. N. Y.. Feb. e.-Col. Roosevelt underwent an operation for ab' a few days ago. it became known last night after his removal from his home'here to New York city. While it la understood that the oparit-tion was minor Un character it was deemed advisable' iratnediately by the colonel's physlciaijs. > TOMEETTHERE ' Cnrdston is. bidding for tlio annual convention ot schogl trustees ot Alberta and tlio cltnli'mnn of the school board nntl mayor linvo addressed the (ollowiug open letter to the trustees; ' 'An open loiter ,to the school trus-teea ot Alberta: Inasmuch aa Cards-ton has requested tho trustees to'meei here in tlioir annual gntlierlnga at previous conventions, and further as our school building Is finisheci.\ and affords a good auditorium unliko any other lu tho 'province, we, as' the trustees Of this district woi)Ul hereby invite the officers ot the 'trustees' organization for.the province ot Alberta to resume thbir annual gatherings and to, hold onp at this point -this season. Tho Citizens and town ottlclala 'c/f Cardston 6.^tend a hearty welcome to all school Officials to attend such a convention to, bo hold in tho near future aa may bo (lesigmyed, believing that the school building itself, "to say nothing ot the temple being erected here would prove an attraction to hll who might attend. . -M. A. Coombs, Chairman, ! W. K. Pitcher. Mayor. CARDINAL GIBBdNS r: OPPOSES PROHIBITION Baltimore, Mr., Feb, G.-Cardinal Oibbons,, In a statement issued here last night declared himself opposed to the movement for iiatlonal prohibition by federal amendment and in favor of retaining state control ot regulatory powci-s over the liquor traffic. He also asserted "that, the adoption ot a national prohibition amendment %louId mean tho curtailmout ot personal liberty and lie followed by an attempt to ^'impose obnoxious laws'' Vpon the nation. MimONS DIE ; XVerr year from .Consnmption, SflUioni could have been'saved il �only common sense preventioa bti ^en used in tlie first stage. If TOQ ABE a Suffered from Asthma, Broii* ehitis, Catarrh, Pleurisy, Weak Lungs, �cough and Coldt-oU Dif-easef leading op to CoDSumption-evel pio^te mirror; 1 mabogany dressor, bevel plate mirror; 1 tiinied oak costunii^; several pictures; linoleum. BEDROOM No( two 1 heavy while.enamel,bail wlthbraaa trimmings and coil spring and all cotton felt mattresH; 1 quarteir cut oak chitl'onier; 1 mahogany drcHKor; 1 combination writing deik and bookcase; 1 congoleura 8(iuare; pictures; 1 costumer, � ' . . , ^ BEDROOM No. THREE 1 heavy white enamel bed and coil spring and wool.mattress; . i surface oak chiffonler;> 1 clie'st drawers; 1 linen cupboard; 1 largo clothes closet; 1 costumer;'llnoleun), / ' - ' .... KITCHEN �'� ' ' ' � 1 �-h()le range witli hot water connections and high cloaot; 2 kitchen cupboards; 1 kitchen cabinet; 1 kitchen table and chairs; 1 surface oak chiffonier; ^ medicine cabinet; 1 largo mirror. I washing machlrte; 2 wringers;, a large clothes basket; 1 tub stand and 2 i tuba;' kitchen utensils-alumitilum -ware; dlBheB; blankets; comforterfe; shcats; pillows; curtains and blinds; refrigerator; about il dozensEcrfect Seal, jars; 1 ll-burner oil sfovo with oven; about IQO foot hose; 1 fent, 12x14, nearly new; 1 tent 8x10, nearly new;'1 lawn mo\v�r; 1 tree pruner; 2 lawn swlnigs; 1 set single harnesB; odd tool?. , 1 S-PASSENGER TOURING CAR in good running order. W,;! WILSON,'AucHoneer I Miff TERMS CASH,' GOODS NOW ON VIEW MUCH DOSf YpUR FOOD COStt Food values are measured ia units ^ of calories. To-day, when food costs are soaring,. the careful housekeeper will find out how much per 1,000 calories her food qpsts. If she buys: Butter at SOc, per lb., 1,000 calories will coat 13 c�nti Bacon at SSc. per lb., " > " 'f " 19 " *; � Milk at He. per qt, " ^ " -..... 18,5 '* RoaatBeefataOciietlh.," " " " LambChopeatSSc. perlb.," i .,Chiekeiiat32ii!. perlb., " EMe at 45c.^r doz.. BeefneakatS^cperlb., " K�IImc'� TmUmI Cora FUcs(m4yltssm) "�  " 11.7" So Kellogg's Toasted Cor^ Flakes is the most economical food to buy. You get more^. food value for your money than in any of the above foods' * Kellogg's Toasted Corn Flakes is, a three-times-a-day food - just as br^ad or potatoes are. Get the Kellogg's Toasted Corn Flake habit. It pays. It^saves meat and wheat. � ' Nourishing for growing childi'en. Sustaining and satisfying for working adults. Sold ot\l^ in the original red. white and green package.  82.7 -41.S -44.7 " 43.1 - LICENSED BY THE FOOD CONTROLLER UNDER NUJMiCRZ-MS ' ONLY MADE IN CANADA BY The Brttle Jjreek Toisted Qorn Flake Ci,. Head Office and Factory: LoMon, OnL Eit'dlSN 15 KIRKBY& CO, Special for Thursday Regular ^5c per dozen. Tomorrow 2 dozen for KIRKBY6^C0. 606 Third Avenue South Are Your CUIdrci Leiiriilno to Si^ ^ Each maturing son and daughter shpuld have a {personal jSavlngs Account'in the Union Bank ttf '6ai|nada,%llh opportunities to save regdlarly, and training Irt^how io .expend mo^ey wisely. Such an . education in thrift and saving wHl provo liivaluabU IniareVUfe V ' ''..{.CTHSRIPQE BRANCH   - F.W. NICHOLSON, Manager CARDSTON BRANCH < .  F. V. Caveri, Manager BARONS BRANCH . .r   -  J. Blackwood, Manager ri^'J- .-'^ '('1/ i 8246 ;