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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - January 16, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta t page six i k IE LETHBMDGE DAILY HERALD WEDNESDAY, january IB, 191R HON CARON, Or QUEBEC Alberta Men Anunuv (he Man* Honored Hy Sir I};u!j;*his Iiaur Linulon. -Ian. I'J.r-.Miui'i-; C.iiui^Kv'^ !n��n;i:W.: in v.'.:v:-"�rjl Hair's Now > our art1 the Britia-i CoI^-r.Lin Regiments i 1 .U' Ui. .T. u. r, ' 11 Lien:. 1 L - or: �'Olinsir.ji; Lit L i. ^ - L 1 11 1 I " . f l 1� . 1 I I ' . L 1 � If",.' �/;ir. T. Y - , L Ueul. A. H. Wheeler; Major A. l>. Wilson, 1\S.IV. Uoui. Col. \V. \. Wils-liv; UfliU. S. K. Workman; Sorgt. .1. Calder: Scrgt. 31. W. Hamilton; Co. Sorgt. Major G. Jnckson: Corp. K. James; Hog. Q.M.S. W. A. Luniir. iSorpt. P. McMillan; Transport Serfii. ! Ft. S. Mavston: He. (1. Miller; Sergt. Selkirk; Sergt. ./. Sinclair; Heg. Q. : M.S. W. J. Sloan: ftergt, G. ri. Smith: j " s.*rct. W. M. Smith; Reg. Q.M.S. W. | 11. Turner: Sorg:t. G. A. Young; Uiueo ,i-or;i. iAetlnn Corpora! j W. Hailey: Quebee. Jan. 16.-"You cannot have Comply QuarU-nuaster i-ergt. H. M. milnarism ami productlon"at the, same lUMiitb^o: Corp. K. M. T. r.uliee.; Pto : time% >\> ,1Ui^r choose between the (I. Tonnor; Co. Sorgt. Major 1. ; Mr(>  T|lisi waf! (>U(. 0f the findings of runuingbAm; Quanennasier Sergi. !  ,; nou> j. ^ Carou. provincial minister. Co. Qnn ihr- unnv j Carter: Seri?t. W F. Marshall; Ke?ci-; iUK tno hi^x t.ost oi living. �nd Mr. ' uu-ntal t?erg;. Major K. W. .Maynard; 1 Cnron said th� causes for the jinny i Sergt. A. T. Neville; T. A. Seulpham; | in food prires were for the most part j Sorgt.. II. Slincsby: Regimental Quar-; beyond provincial governmental con-j lemmslcr Sergt. W. S. Stowavt; Sergi. ( tnil. The one remedy possible was \Y. P, Venue; Capt�Jn ) Acting-MajcM : "puper-production." The iViftloulties in P. S. Allen; l.ieat. Col. A. IV Carey. , the way of increased production, how-, , P.S.O.: Lion:. J. n. S. Heek; lAeu'.. over were inuny and knotty: ;\'lo H- A- RS0:; Q�arternia^i T]l0 ,lhlistP|. rel-erred to the talk ot ^ T* Captain D. IX t.muon: | t.onj?l.riptlng men to work on farms. Op:Ain Ct. W. lia,,; Captam  Aei.ng : That tho reniedy. he said, if it were well earr'ed out. But it was onlv men who had some training on > v � .;. O �> * *> O w 2* *;* !� ' -er. l.\S.O.. M.C.; Lieut, ^^rpe: Quarterma^teu, ami F. Stead; Lieut. F. S. - �� , ,t ; i" ^ |i ? .v. 'Yhi :i wiur:td a venter tonic to - r ^eionii.fIe"*d; C�p-| rain II. Brocklebar.k: Captain lAci-1 in? Majors P. S. Conroy. Major 1. IV. j , Crawford; Lieut. Col. ft. J. Dawson.; ' V.$.Q.: Lieu;. Col. (Temporary Hri^. 1 iCen.i U. >r.-Dyer. 1XS.O.: Lieut. G. \\\ 'Ferric; rapt.'.;-u '-Ajtins ilajorj\J. 1'. j i French. P.S.O.; Major N. Gentles:; j Lieut. Col.-C. K. IIill; Lieut. E. V. j ! Johnston: Lieut. U. S. Kirkup: Licr.t. } j (.J. Law: Major CD. Mi-Pherson: Cap-j pain * Acting Major) K. A. Mahaffey. ; iD.S.O.. M.C.; Major J. S. Rankin; | j Lieut.. Coi. A. Ross, P.S.O.; Lieut. F. j |C. R03.^ ilajor F. G. Taylor. D.S.O.; ! Major (Acting Lieu;. Col. L. P. O. Tu-Ider. D.S.O.: Corp. (Acting Sergt.) W. ! iHarrett: Corp. r Acting: Sergt. I D. Cra- j iven: Corp. W. H. Chester (died ot" ! wound?); B. A. Doucctte; Q.M.S. J. K. fHodsman: Re^t'I. Q.M.S. A. .G. How-Melt; Pte. P. L. Kinsley; Co. Sersf I Major J. K. Lovejoy; VT. F. Sinden: j llegfl. Sergt. ?daj. \V. Stemperj Staff j Sergt. H. L. \Vingle�w*orth. ( i Alberta Regiments i j Lieut. Col. A. H. Bell. D.S.O.: Lieut, i i W. H. Burgess; Lieut. F. \V. Burnham; Major "SV. R. Critchley. D.S.O.; Captain ! Acting .\rajori H. C. Ferguson. iD.S.O.: Lieut. G. Graham; Lieut. B. P. j the ?oil. sons of farmers who should j'Oe taken for thi:J purpose. i Orhers would be more oi a nuisance ! on tho farm than a help. i (From Our Own '' " r.'siHin.d^nO Wrcntham. Alta.. Jnn. 12.-The first meeting-of the Hum! Munieipnlity of j (From Our Own CurrevpomlnnO Bow Inland. Jan. 12.-*Mrs. T. B. Bla'no and children \vt\ last week for a three months visit with friends in the (>ur1\ 4 Miss Kolie. who had lifeiv spendiiiR a pouple of months i\v th her brother, Mr; A. Uolft* and family left foT Iter home in .Minneapolis last Wednesday. Mr. Geo. Horlioi* left on Sunday night for Koehe�tc*\ where lie will recolve treatment at the Muvo hos- Mr. and Mrs. Loticks and family huvo moved in town from their farm easi of town, for the winter. Mosses. Fuller and Smith who have conducted a meat marUotiund ^rot:ery in the town, have d'ssoived partnership. Mr. Fuller now has tho uuslnews | Mr. .Smith UUving decided to try farm-1 ing. Mr. Bo r per on. blacksmith, has sold out his business horo. Mr. H. H. Roborton has been ill foi / rt^ai;:-;! ns secretary, j ,)uri>0He 0f organizing a Young Peo- j pie's Society. "The Mutual Improve-numt Society" was formed wiih Rev. Chas. Slshop as PvosidenL After the Amsterdam. Jan. 16.-The psace negotiations at 8rest-Litovs(; were resumed on Monday afternoon, according to the Berlin Volks ,Zei-tung. The Lokal Antetger declares the Russian people reckoned on favorable results from the negotiations and that the BolGheviki government will have to bear the consequences should it prove they had been deceived. The Vots'sche Zeitttng says that Russia can have complete peace at home the moment she comes to an agreement with the central powers. ; Spaekmnu is j treasurer until tho e;-d ot his term. Among other*math1!** of interest was mi appropriation ct' J^oO to the J-Inlifax UelioL Kund. Cons'devablo interoM is again being taken in this vio"ni(y in the matter of school consolidation. On account of the increasing settlement in the unorganized districts, it becomes neves-dary to arrange for feme school ac- How to Feel Well During Middle life Told by Three Women Who Learned from Experience. ! l-business mooting "giinies were played and this was followed hy a luncheon. Each one present reported a pleasant time. Mr. Hoy ManGregov. one of tho eoitn-1 cfllors of the Rural Municipality of How Island has rescued, commodation and jmi-ing hy the rate! Thc Ued Cross Soeietv met at "The \ they are being t'ormoii in thc province, j Uest Room� on Wednesday afternoon. ( a consolidated d.striei will he the most There were quUo a mimber present ^satisfactory. 'and aU interested in the work." Stilt A. F. HiekeU of the Uudall. Gee and we noed moVQ workers, as there is Mitchell elevator. 1)8.-4 loosed the house vei.v grGat neU(l at this tiui0 for s,p. here and left last week tor Calvary. ppes ' > Manford White (if New. Dayton spent a few days last week, visiting trteuds here. Miss M. Peacock of Howden schools-returned home last Saturday, after spending the holidays with her uncle, J. Hall Welch. Miss Jenny Foliane lias returned from Now Dayton, and is ap>am stay- The Change of Life is a most critical period of a woman's existence, and neglect of health at this time invites and AUCTION SALE To #> 20 HEAD Mostly Mares in Foal From 3^o 8 years, weighing from 2400 to 2800 fbs. per team. At the Palace Livery Barn, Lethbridge on Saturday, January 19th, 1918 THESE HORSES WILL BE SOLD ABSOLUTELY WITHOUT RESERVE AS THEY HAVE BEEN BROUGHT HERE TO BE SOLD NICHOLSON & LeVALLEY AUCTIONEERS AND SALE MANAGERS Greer; Captain B. J. Johnston; Lieut. X. A. McKachern. P. S. O.; Lieut. Col. D. M. Ormond, D.S.O.; Lieut. Co), j ,:, L. F. Page, D.S.O.; Lieut. S. C. Robert-},% son, M.C.; Major A. W. Sparling, D.S. Q.;, Lieut. (Acting Captain) W. W. I'Thjompson, D.S.O.: Captain (Acting ; Major) C. H. Wcstmore: Lieut. (Act-ling Captain) L. Younger, M.C.; Lieiir. L. B. Yule. M.C.; G. 8ur�i>; Acting I ^ 'Corp. G. Goldie; Sergt. A. Hay; Serge' " J. Hitchen; Lance Corp. t\ Mclsaac; Sergt. MajorfT. C. Morrison; Sergt. C.!.% D. Murray; Corp fActing Sergt.) T. C.!JL j.Wilhelm; Co. Q.M.S. R. A. White. j Staff | Captain B. W. Browne, M.C., Mani- '# > ? ? > ; toba regiment; Col. (Temporary Ma-; - ! jor General) H. E. Buratall, C.B., CM. t j ing witli her cous'n, Mr**. Perry Joncc.; ^ t RECOVERED I Camp Funston. Kansas, .fan. 1*J.-The monqy tuktui from the army bank at Car.:p Kunstoa by Captain Lewis Wh:s!prt last Friday nigh: after ho had killed four employees and injured a fiffh. sr.id -to haw been more than So2, *1* il* Krv ... - ; / RES for S :-:o head ot mares and geldings, from UOi' to 1500 lbs. each. to S years, weighing from Team o� black mares, ti and 7 years, weighing 2500 lbs., blocky buih and well made for any kind of work. p T^hm of Bay Mares, 7 and S. weighing 3.000 lbs. "These are an i x':u*ood pair of mares and well made for hard work. Tinm ot sorrel mares, and 7 years old, 2400 lbs. These are a very '...ndy \iKun. suit abb.: (or any job. They are an extra good pah of All ui'uK-� are l.vsd to a Percheron horse and nearly all showing "a ell i:: foal. Sev-n'l othor tearj�= anil single mares and geldings. Do not fail to  .*"* chv'-f a>s thf-y urn for sale and; no reasonable offer will be refused h.-t^, D.S.O., M.C., Saskatchewan regiment; Major J. P. Mackenzie, D.S.O., Manitoba regiment; Major (Acting Lieut. Col.) P. J. Mon-j � tague. M.C., Manitoba regiment; Ma-: jor D. J. O'Donahoe, British Colui�bia regiment; Lieut. Col. (Temporary Brig-Gen.) V. W. Odium, C.M.G., D.S.Q., British Columbia; Lteut. Col. (Temporary BrJg. GenD J. M. Ro�s, D.S.O., British Columbia regiment; Major D. J, Simpson, M.C., Alberta regiment; Captain AV. Staytor, M.C.. Saskatchewan regiment; Lieut. Col. (Temporary Brig. Gen.) G. 3. Tuxford, C.B.f C. M.G., Saskatchewan; Major P. F. Vil-licrH, O.S.O.. Manitoba; Major A. \V. R. Wiihy, British Columbia; Pte. (Acting Sergt.I XV. B. .Mann; Gunner ; Lieut. Co). G. CampbeM (killed;; Lieut. (Acting Captain) J. \V. M. Gary; Lieut. A. L. Cavanagh; Major W. K. Cliandler; Lieut. (Acting Major) B. Charlton; Captain E. F. Coke; Major ' E. V. Collier, S.S.O.; Lieut. Col. P. Daly. CM/;., O.S.O.; Lieut. II. D. ! Oavies, D.S.O.; . Major R. W. Fisko; ; Lieut. Col. W. W. Poster, D.S.O.; Captain H. C. Fryer, M.C.; Lieut. Col. W.i Grassie, D.S.O.; Lieut. W. H. King. U, jS.O.; Major H. R. Linnell, U. S. C.;' iL-'eul. J. H. McCormick, D.S.O.; Lieut. I (Acting Captain) G. V. Maaon; Captain i (Acting Major) A. G. Morfly; Lieut, jCoI. J. M. Prower. D.S.O.; Major H. J. Riley. D.S.O.; Major J. E. SemmenK; Lieut. (\ B. Smith; Captain C. R. .Stinson. M.C., (killed); Captain A. J. S. Taunton. D.S.O.; Major 11. M. Ui-quhart, D.S.O., M.C.; 1,457 Sergt. N. [Bow; 420.830 Sergt. F. Bull; 71,710 'Co. Sorgt. Major A. McMulloch; 20.-1 25u; Sergt. O. F. Maclean; 721,303 : Sorgt. A. J. McL^od; 401,142 Sergt. A. iC. ManPon; J47.O04 Reg'l Q.M.S. A. J. : Ovnrhage: 71,210 Sergt. G. Ptlne; 71.0H2 R. Patterson; 415,Xl^ Serg^. It. Pollard; 718,114 Corp. J. Raid; !&3.2&;j Sergt. T. Rice; 420.670 Regfl Q.M S. C. E. Snles; 2ft,C18 Sergt. Major G. XX. Steele; 7X8.13C Sorgt. H. M. ,BtrU\ni 4:>S,7iCl Sergt. J. \V. Wallace; 20.^4 Co. Q.M.b. A. White. pain. Women everywhere should remember that there is no other remedy known to medicine that will so successfully carry women through this trying period as Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable^ Compound, made from native roots and herbs. Read these letter^: - j Philadelphia. Pa.-"I started the Change of Lifo five years ago, I always bad a headache and backache with bearing down pains and I would have heat flashes very bad at times with dizzy .spells and -nfcrvous feeliugs. After taking Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound I feel like a new person and am iu better health and no more troubled with the aches and pains I had U�fore I took your wonderful remedy. I recommend it to my friends for I cannot praise it enough."-Mrs. Margaret Grass-man, 759 N. Binggold St., Philadelphia, Pa. j xr . lt , Beverly, Mass.-"I took Lydia E. Pinkham'a Vegetable Compound, for nervousness and dyspepsia, when I was going through the Change of Life. I found*it very helpful and I have always spoken of it to other women who suffer as I did and have had them try it and thev also have received good results from it."-Mrs. Gkouge A. JHjnbab, 17 Roandy St., Beverly, .Mass. V *N Erie, Pa.'-UI was in poor health when the Change, of Life started with me \wd I took Lydia E. Pmkham's Vegetable Compound, or I think I should not have got over it,as easy as I did. Even now if I do not feel good I take the Compound and it restores me in a short ti me. I will praise your remedies to every woman for it may help them as it lias me." -Mrs. E. Kissuno. 931 East 24th St., Erie, Pa. No other medicine lias been so succcssfut'in relieving woman's suffering as baa Lydia E. PinkhanVs .Vegetable Compound. Women may receive free and helpful advice by writing the Lydia K. Pinkham Medicine Cel., Lynn, Mass. Such letters are received and answered by women only and held In strict confidence.. 10,000 COYOTE WANTED Will pay from, $6.00 to for Good Hides. $9.00 LETHBRIDGE HIOE. PELT & FUR CO. Rear C.P.R. Telegraph Offices References: Standard Bank Office Phone 79S Residence Phone 326 - \ REBORED A NO REAMED AND FITTED WITH OVERSIZE PISTONS. WE GUARftNTEE SATISFACTION. 216 First Ave. 3. Phbne 1732 M.VEN i?1f Fi*j$ Ave. S. Phor� )>3 UNPRECEDENTED 4 ' I Large Consignment of Beautiful, New Carpets and New Furniture FA. .ft LANDS i Of the Hufiann'a Hay Compin? tud Calsury iiui Eimoctot: Laa Co. CITY AND FARM MORTGAGES I he H. Macbeth Agency to Sold at Unreserved Auction Sale! Speoifis FOR Stones AND Appendicitis Removes C,:i; Stcnes Without Pain, Danger m Loss cf Time MARLATT'S SPECIFIC Is a most powerful ho\v'c\ cleanser which thor (ju^hly Durilii;- �!( ays torn aud id a Krcut suf'C(m:' in the treatment of ;tp* pmifliciriK. Vmwi'Ued for intestinal, Htonuich aiul liv; four A 1 quality Ingrain Woof (?urjs, 9x101^.; seven very excellent quality Tapestry Squares,9x9, 9x10l/z, 9x12; six Jutfe Ruga in attrac-ive de8irjmsr-71/2x9, 9x9, 9x10|/2; three choice Velvet Pile Rugs, 6^x7^2; Axminster and Mohair HeartK Rugs; Jap Mattings; Doormats; Also Two Full Dolls of Nairn's Scotch Inlaid Unoleum. Fa - These remarks apply almost a-? forcibly to the furniture manufacturer. Iirni illVrf* * Today the greatly increased cost of labor and material hr