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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 16, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta . ^ . - . THE LETHBRIDGI Alberta Paintmen at Salesman's Coinreiition^ at YanJ^tri � The alK.... reaains tro. left to ^e-^^- ^-t^^^^ SI^^'k!^^^^ J.TW^ur r^w^.^^:5SinIosS: L. Shaw. fidmonton (manager SI .m\ 111 -- . 1 jHEN ATTACKS WORLO'9 RECORD t� Toledo, Ohio, Feb. 9.-A world's I record in egg laying was claimed today for "Queen Bess," a single comb Ancona hen. According to her owner Queen Bess laid 331 eggs from Feb-TURry 1, 1916 to January 31, 1917. Queen Bess is better known among . ponltrymen as Lady May, her name baring been changed recently. NEW STRENGTH FOR LAME BACK Dear Mr. SdiUT-'l eoSered ton lame back and a eonstant tiied worn-out feding. ' At tinea I wti unable to stand erect and acareeli able to get around.. It would nanall] come on atfint with crick in smal of my back. I took one box of Dr: FiercB'e Anniic Tablets aadmjr ba(4i rcommenced to get better soon afi� etartang to take them. I did no4 have to walk doubled over as I did before using the "Anurie." It is tbt best remedy I have ever taken fof what it is intended/to relieve. I hope those who are in need o' inch a remedy will give the "Anntio Tablets" a trial. (Signed) A. G. I>iuxx. paid on the loans, the underwriting charges, and the balance, made $5,-981,208.51, the exact amount of the proceeds of the sales of the bonds at the retail price at 93, with the accrued Interest so that the two accounts balanced." The only amounts which did not go to the provincial treasurer were the underwriting charges and the interest on the two loans which Amounted to $543,774.65, notj 1535,000, which the o (CoKinnTBa) from FEOirr Paok) Note: 17p to this time, "Anerie* has not been on sale to the public, but by the persuasion of many patients and the increased demand for this wonderful healing tablet, Doctor Fierce has finally decided to pnt it into the drag �tores of this eonntty within inunedi* :ate reach of all mOeierB. Simirfy aak for Doctor Fiem'i Annrie IHbkta. Ibere can be no imitation. Xnrr paekMe of "Aanric" is mre to Iba IJoetor Herce'i. Ton win find the jiil^iatare on the package jast as yon ijio on Dr. Fieree*! Favorite Preecrip-SMaa, the ever-ffemoas friend to ailing I'MOBDen, and Dr. FSeice's Golden Med-ijlaat Dieoomy, proven by years to be tjbe greatest general tonic Send 10 : fcts to Dr. V.IO. Pierce, BolUo. N. T., I ioc laiBe trial package. any rale don't give ap bone of gored of yoor malady until just ' ooase of "Anarie* have proven lasJLSLr^ y�� ��i fik. a BraroB-^Fleaae faiaeit this letter in eoupKaoM plaoa in yoor pap�; niN STOMACH �THE FOOD AND CAUSE INDIGESIN RAPE's diapep8in" fixes sour gassy, upset stomachs in five minutes. 4 If what you just ate is souring on your stomach or lies Uko a lump of lead, refusing to digest, or you belch gas and eructate sour, undigested food, or' have a feeling of dizziness, heartburn, fullness, nausea, bad taste in mouth and stomach headache, you can Burely get relief In five minutes. Aslc your pharmacist to show you the formula plainly printed on these fifty-cent cases of Pape'a Dlapepsin, then you will understand why dyspeptic trtiubles of all kinds must go, and why it relieves sour, out-of-order . stomachs or indigestion In five minutes. "Pape's Dlapepsln" is harmless; tastes I like candy, UiougU each dose will digest and prepare for assimila-. tlon Into the bijod all the food you .'eat; besides, it makes you go to the table with a healthy appetite; but 't.. V^hat will please you most, is that you awill feel that your stomach and intes-tinea are clean and fresh, aud you will viV'iipt need to resort to laxatives or liver '#Fllls for blllouBness or constipation. S ~3^his city will have many "Pape' '!''?^pJ#pepBln" cranks, as some people will call tbemi but you^ will be enthusiastic bout ibis splendid stomach prepara tlpni too, if you ever take it for indi gestion, gases, heartburn. >> ^> Major, Plapot, HattonivLomondi Bn-chant and Jenner. Vt-.tvi i^-.' Drilling 8 Inch wellvat OonrMi !>� proximately 900 feet deep> and :Bur: dott 10 inch well, approxinately loo feet-deep. . ^�.;", The excavation and back fllllng'ifor water pipe lines ai tollowa: Tabor, 2% inllos; Dunmore, 1V& milesiOran-um, 1V& miles and Sttffleld; 8 tpUei. v Plans, Bpeclficatlons '.and form 'of proposal may be aeenvat. the Chief Engineer's office, Winnipeg, Superln., tendent's office, Medicine. Hat, Lath-bridge and Edmonton, also at this office. The lowest, or any tender.'hot necessarily accepted. J. M. CAMERON, General Superintendent, C.P.R., Ad. N. Calgary. AlberU. Standard System on Exhibition^: Block, Joining Bank of ?fova ^bo^fl^. Attractive Agency Propositloii for Reliable Parties in Unrepresented Jpisfets. Kaustine !543,774.65, not ?535,UU0, wnicu ma opposition had wrongljr calculated and which they insinuated had disappeared. "These," concluded Mr. Mitchell, "are the facts of the transaction in regard to which the opposition has been making insinuations and hinting there was'something "wrong. They have been stating that $500,000 has disappeared, but they knew there was nothing wrong and they knew that if they had gone to the provincial treasurer or the railway department they would have got the information then as well as now." "They know," declared the provincial treasurer, "that this matter 'was never brought to the attention of the public accounts committee although that committee sat, for weeks. 1 don't know where they got their information, but I know this, that it certainly was not brought out in evidence before the public ^accotmts committee, but must have been obtained by them from calculations and as usual their calculations are astray." E. Michener said he did not agree that there had been insinuations and said that the opposition had been looking for inforipation for three years. It had taken three years, he said, to make up- the statement, an observation which was received with cries of "no, no," from the government side. Mr. Mitchell retorted that there was no mention of the matter, before the public accounts committee last session. The opposition had waited until they got the returns and then spread broadcast the insinuation that the money had disappeared, that it could not fbe accounted for. T. M. Tweedie, South Calgary: "That is absolutely wrong." Cries of "no, no," from the Liberal members greeted this. The member for Calgary continued to stand and shout across the floor, and notwithstanding that the speaker rose and called for order It was not until the member was named, that he resumed his seat. "This is the first occasion I had to name the honorable gentleman," said the speaker, as he closed the incident, the house thereafter adjourning for the day. was opened and the dainty (or other wise) tokens distributed to the varl ous recipients. Candy was served- In little baskets made by the primary grades. Frank McDonald has returned from Colorado where he was called to the bedside of his father a few weeks a,go. Jlr. Bacon has commenced work on a new restaurant building on the property owned Jay Mr. Si Llndblad. Mr. Campbell, who recently moved to town, will operate It. . Ad. Brown, a well known prosperous farmer here, met ;With a painful and serious accident,on Tuesday afternoon. When coming home to lunch at noon in his car Mr. Brown,.saw some coyotes ^nd on returning afteir dinner ite instructed the hired man to take' the rifle along for a chance shot. Ojie shot was flred'^y'the hired man and in throwing a second shell into the chainber, the rifle, which worked very easily, .was accidentally discharged. ' The bullet passed through the front sea^ of the-'tar, -^tering Mr. Brown's b^dy'a1)oVe the hip and: passing forward and downward along the bone. He was at once hJrried to Lethbridge where medical aid was rendered at Gait hospital. It Is hoped he will soon recover from the -accident. The Coaldale Local U.P.A. made an advance some time ago when It decided to increase the yearly dues from $1 to $2. This was before.the matter had been discussed at. all by the. annual convention. Another decided step in advance was made at the regular meeting on Saturday night. A few weeks ago at the reorganization of the Athletic club Itrwas felt that the interests of the cdihmunity could best be served if all the community interests were grouped under a central organization rather than by having each society pursue its owji separate existence. The matter 'was discussed by the Athletic club and other organizations concerned, and since the U. F.\ A. was already' in existence ',' and embraced nearly ithe i, whole dis-' trict, it was sought* to centralize') or > consolidate the Athletic club,Drama- ; tic society. Ladies' Orchestra, etc., un- DISTRIBUTORS - LETI^BRIDQE;' P. O. Box 190 Telephone 1788 MANUFACTURERS-KAUSTINE COMRANY, LTp., TORONTO der the U.F.A. On Saturday night ious organjzatipnji,^^^^ the Wter decided in favor of the move.' The present executives of the various societies were appointed committees under the tf. P. A. in charge of their respective activities. A recreation room will be maihtained in the basement of the school. A reading room will be maintained in one of the unused class rooms. A circulating library will he operated. Equipment will be added from time,to time as the need arises. lUothis way ..the U.P.A-' will be strengthened, the var- more permanent'basis, and the com munity ihterefith better sferved. Reports were presented of the annual cohventibh at' Edmonton. W. J. Lloyd reported the deliberations on "Rural Credits", and J. J. Leffler reported the convention in general. Musical nnhibeirB were interspersed by the ladies' orchestra. Mr. ^ Mitchell, chairman of the entertainment comniittee, announced a CITY OF LETMBRIDGE NOTIGE I TAKE NOTICE that the City of Lethbridge will make application at the next Sitting of the Provincial Legislature for an act amending the Lethbridgo Charter bjr giving the Council power to collect tues on personal property in proportion to the time said property Is in the City, and to Issue aud sell tax ceirtlficatea on unpaid taxes due to the City. Dated at Lethbridge, Alberta,- this 2nd day of February, A.D.', Wl*?. W. a. BALL. Solicitor for the City of Lethbridge. Corporation of the eity of Cranbrook WANTED-Applicationk Will vhe re? ceived by the undersigned for the position of night constable.. Applicants will kindly state experience end salary: required. Applications to be in the hands of the undersigaed not latr er than Feb. 25th. T. M. EOBBBTS, . Ad. T. >, iClty Clerk. Lieut. G. W. H. MlUloan, son of W. J. MilUcan, of Calgary has receiyed the Military Medal for bravery at the tertaihment committee, announcea �| front. He led a raiding party and ca^^ Procrastination is the -thief x)f health: Keep yourself; well by the timely use and help of. iMU-ti-i' of Amw MadiciM iallMW�U> Sold cTerywhsr*. l�ho�-.�� Rifle Ball Enters Thigh-Is Recovering-Other Coal-. dale News My all around housemaid Mary, packed up her grip and quit to get married right in the middle of my busiest season. Mary had been our faithful servant for over five yetu's. She Avas a sort of a "windfall." � A friend of mine who had moved to another city had left her to me and now that she was no longer mine, I didn't know .where to find anotlier. I was perplexed, and just as I liad concluded that I must do my OAvn work a happy thought struck me. Mrs. Smitii's girP had left her a fcAv days ago and she already had another. I must find out how she got hers. And she told me a Want Ad. in tlie Herald Had brought her, and I profited by her experience and inserted one myself, and although I thought I would have to do my own work- (From Our Own Correaponflent) Coaldale, Feb. 15.-Messrs. Dan Faw and Ed. Johnstone have purchased a % section of land at Chin. It is their Intention to farm at least a part of it. Work has been commencet] n the new hay shed for the Farm Products, UU 'Ue UBUUCtcu w iiay Liauoc t3^�' I " V-- - ------------ In addition there were underwriting', Limited. Mr. llatson is in charge or charges which had to be taken into consideration as well and these represented the difference between sale price 93 and price paid by the underwriters for the bonds 80%. These amounted to $208,780. . After these charges and the Interest on the loans, wliich were paid In London, as the bonds were sold there and the interest had accumulated there, had been deducted from the proceeds of the loan there remained a balance of 1405,739.82. This amount found its way to the provincial treasurer in the sanae way as the proceeds of the loahs'and these items taken together. operations. Mr. Nick Stevenouaky, a recent Russian settler in this district, and father-in-law of Z. Piontkowsky is seriously ill at the home of the latter. Miss Hilda Rogers has returned. from a visit with friends in Colorado.' Miss Brown has started a music: class here. A number are taking a.d-vantage of this opportunity to secure instruction In piano work. The Ladles' Aid met this week at the home of Mrs. Mitchell. The pupils of the school held a valentine party on Wednesday afternoon. A short program of music and reclta the proceeds of the loans, the interest lions was rendered. A valentme box ;