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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 24, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta B'L 6l' KKAXCirS ClOMMirri'llv The Business of Being a Boy is a strenuous em- ployment. Sturdy boys and girls nre not built out of books alone, .The best food for growing youngsters is Shredded Wheat, tUc whole wheat food that .builds tissue, good bone and develops' sound teeth and healthy gums.- For breakfast or any meal, with milk or cream. Delicious with preserved fruits. TABER The First Halitist congregation met Monclav evening in ils annual luisi- iiess rn'ccll'ns with anTxcellcui repre- 'cnlatloa of membership .iresenl. The iusWs was confined chiefly to ihc two months ending Dec. 31, 1'Jlt) which conslilules Ihc period ol tne present pallor with ihe church. The activities of tho various 'incnls of Ihe church were reported, iiiror which, showed nn earnest cn- dravor and a live interest. Itemized financial statement was presented which showed a receipt for tl-.c- two months of anj an ex- winch allows a start in Ihe new year wllh a Email balance to Ihe good with all local accounts iuld. Spiritually, bookkeeping is Impos- sible VeL the regular services' are hclng Increasingly well allended and i good snlril seems lo prevail among the membership. The pastor's brief report referred to tli'o splendid response that has grecl- him.In his endeavor since comlus III- (6 Lhe 'lo Lhe equally I splendid generosity and practical as- T_ instance in the church as Homelike -as possible. :Uhile mueh remains yd lo be along these Jines he assured Ihosc who are inter. ested in the work thai a little pallencc en Ibe part of all will he cd and n loyal patronage In Ihe mean time will-hasten lhal reward. (ealure or the proceed liies was the unanimity with which air J Blakely was made a life deacon DISTRICT A'.K-tlsion has recently been given in Ihe rase ol Danhury vs. the Hank of .Montreal, which Involved the loss -of money Invested on the The decision was given in the Eng- nls-asked for judgment or -erne sacnnce in me a new inal on from a.verdict for the iree.lom and peace of aml given at tml hsforo j Mr Justice Darling and a snecJnl Jnr; 'Veircrdiiv morning Mrs. John Kalr in favor ol Cant. Cecil t. v.-ho hroughl in the action to from defendants 'Made in Canada. Jun. M.-Tiie followiiiR apiiolntineuts to leinporavily Builft Up The Whole System Uow'man, Hie" su candidate of .he nro-Ocr.n l-ommltw-. cd ilui .olrtce. ilaydr-clt'ct .lr... wl detailed Hrllisli! I-oacno can ,o M.I W.'B.'Gallagher, after I (From The Tidies) Taher boy ihe EVireme sacrifice llarhord l; i es'e.Quy inwii'ii.s received word (hal he'r sou, Pto. Fred Fair had died'from his wounds. irecover nun. Pt'e Fair was a native of alleged he had Invesloil o ,ns years of age. advice and assurance, and lost iYcTanic lo Canada 12 years a to and Thc acll-ori been twice tried, on has been a resident of Taber for the OCCasion in March last, be- fore the Lord Chief Justice, when Ihe 55th battalion ]urv' "and lon.ll Kuns lieulenailt-coloncl while com manning the machine gun nr.Kode: Captain -Scott. .temporary- m.'.jor while commanding a battalion; Caul Hugh N'iven. Princess Pals. IIEUILII rut-colonel while commanding dlvii luual school. past S years. He enlisted at Calgary and' was late? aOlh battalion. oC onllstmont he In Juiie. before Mr.1. Justice OL Uillialilivui. motoiman al the.Canada West mine. The deceased was a inambor Theodore's church, and took a Interest iu- the church of tie church. i'Officers for tho year are as J. Blakely, Id At ihe Jury, wijh the employed stated auove. V" Sir J. Simon, .K.C.. leader (or the appellanls, in opening said Ibe appeal brought on the ground that owing A laid trauk and forgotten durine the slru ars ot Iho llccla Minlns con .years ago, "Seal Brand" means a certain, blend of -uniform quality J and always delicious. Don't take any always insisl ori 'haying "SEAL BRAND" Those ivlio take to' nllrst lirnc, at e way''iV buitJi ttiiai cmftrllllltr .-They may he ting "rruil-.i-iivcs1.1 for somospccllla seise, as (.'onslip'allpn'j Indigestion, hronlo Headaches or iidncy or liljildcr Trouble, nhcu- ulisn, or I'aiu in Ihe Back'. And they nd when "FruiUt-llvcs" has cured Iho iacaso, that UVcy 'fed-boiler and troiigcr In every to ho avuilerful tanic piofciliri.of jmmis talilcls, Trom rrult juices. iOc. i box, G for ?5.00, trial flic, AtBlldcilcrsorsentpostpudbyfruiL. i-Livcs LiiuitedjOllava. IhaL cniiblca n .nerBon 'in any neat of an automobllo to roeulote Its speed without Iho knowledge..of Iho chaftcur has been Invclllcu. by gij nol directed by Ihe eres nol Uesldes his mother, there are lue jury returned a verdict Eor ir hts hai uesmes nib T iutlee me imj younger brnlhcrs lo mourn Ills loss. J, :iUj'chin- n condition lhal On Sunday afternoon al to hand back cerlaln memorial service, was held in St. curities to (hat, in Bnm" splie of lhat tondilion.Mhe Judge en- tered iuilEment for plaintiff. Canlaln Theodure's church, llev. officiating. The miners "M'r. uniua lended the service in a body. Mrs Fair, accompanied by her two sons Kill leave for her old home nelt Thursday. tereu lul Cecil Danhury bore an honored.name ant] expprtcncc is her 'Intention to make her home .McKlnnon, Mciunnon, n. rl- .up. .Tollon had-slonpcd TMeUY-T. H. Kellb, Ai- -jIOS-sinE nywfccn the Kins George vf- Smith, J. A. Fozanl; Buildms lie- and jhB olll Pionee- barn to ralV. S. J. Knapman, J. Flddes ,Ic L.. I IT', n PhOIT dlTeCtOt pair. J. miayivw, Kiiiion, W. R- Drown; Choir direclo, 'and Orianisl, A. E. Smilh; AE.sL. Or- i'-nlst "lire. Dodd- Music Committee. -.-A F. Smith, J. A. Fozardi T. H. Keith, jj'r.-: Dodrl. K. Virtue, C. B. Mc- Kinaon; S. S. Supt., B. Snyder; AEsl. Euiit: C. B.. Sec., iliss Olive Vflliiams'. Other minor oifioers are yet" lo bo appointed. 225th 'raililloa Tfliic'n has been quarlered in New Nveslminslcr since the strikiu- o! Iho 'siraimer camp al Vernon, are eipcct in; Lo get marching orders in the Im jnidiale foture. Morion; miillLmiilioniire prcs- ide'nt of a salt company, and Miss Mar- caret Grey, former ntfrsc and ,cqm- ianion to lirsL wife, -who Sie'd IS months ago, were married at Chicago. Mr. Jloilon is a brother ol steak :tp. a Wend, when II. F. Anaa cag. Morion; secretary of th in President llopscvell's first the -navy .cabinet ble came doivh' Russell Ave. in his car.-'rMr. toilon had his back Ijirned nnd did not see the car coming, hut his companion it and-'.told. him lo'loqt out as ihe car was coming. 3lr. Annable turned lo pass- Mr. Tollon stepped.the sahie way. The car hit him and dragged Mm about 15 feet.when he fell-and Ibe c-ar'-'passcd over his body. When he regained his feet he dh nol think there-was any injury, bn ilr "Aunalilc took bim'homc at once and then it was found thai lie-, wa injured. Dr. Hamraan was sent for but was a I Coal CUT, EO Cliief Kanld was called and. did what he crjul until Ihe doclor was on the spol. After making an I) rfaraman rceomuieuded 'that he g to the hospital at l.elhhridsc. M Tolton left on Ihe afternoon Irai accompanied bv Chief .FauUs. Ee'ncrar.rndnaier of the Dsnk of Mon treal now deceased." who gave him a letter" of introduction. In 1012 he re- cealed his vlsli, and arranged thai 575 his wife's! ,aoney be available tor'Mm nt .Mon- ircal for icvcslmect. With lhat money bought certain Canadian Industrial which returned him 5 to per'-cent.'.He Ihen went to th.e oval Trust and, asked em 16 land him on- the'-se- urlty of lhat investment. They'.did vw. brought to lisht'.ahd obtained lor CHASE SANDORN, MONTREAL. awncr, York. tor back. Irllj Ql o chargins him 6 jer cenl. interfst- eit he went 16 British Columbia, ml lent a fruit company 0 per cent. Having obtained a niprl- a-e 'he asked another trust companj hen went fiirlhcr west, and have .cv X .Tororiio, January 1C: 'The-'pScnomenal gains IhaL the A .11. l.i. ._ Canadian' Ndrlhern for transcontinental tor ILS-ve.UJ. uo lirie-inakes the statement one of lhr> mosl impbrunl thnl.has ever been anv. railway in Canada. II is J Ihr- IrpninC.' Ihe. ess bandlcU nl by any arc lea went further west, and borrower! have .over ---here are 75000 from his bank in 1-ondpn, by syBteiuin Ihe rncre n tt title deeds of anadian, The Edifli .Cavell hranch of 11 institute, of Re has' collected the snleadid sn for the Hed Cross Fun c. at one tjme loca d in Taber In connection with 't o'jlhern Land Co.. end later ocated ai Hetlairjas a icnenil i'ner- haal, is now 'a lic-a'.enanl in Ihc 35th battalion, Canadian Overseas rorces- Secrelarr Grubb, of Ibe Palriotic nncnnces bavins received the-'fol- owing sums since last week; Grassy I-ake branch S125.30; .Rock Ri le'r V-0; Prowse and liurdett hranch. JSOO. the lillc deeds of n Suffolk, paying cent. .1-atcr! he went to Vancouver, and lo invcsL the with them per cent., because "it was nol sutli- !ient." .Substantial Loans-. .On Sept. 7. 1515, he went lo-tho Bank ol llonlreal.at Victoria; and seated his letler ot' 'every Canadian, t the 'colintry iiE "ibis iniporfnnt nis iciier ci- Uaii2c.iaii Mr nallalley, the manager, has wpnHpman. I i.in Vila v in hanfll'IlC nllCIl in up ui Irans'conlincnlal line'.and" the attrac- tive territory thai 'ferjiUTi'i'realure'o; the ltisiy: io'be especially "gralltj-ins Is shows part Northern', with it: been nv Is rcniemher-1 hat- as winter, the weather condi- lobs, in the Western Provinces, and particuUirly: In. Urilish CoMm- ii-xvcro the most severe Lhal-hjr. ic'en in n great 'inany enr3 -in fact.. in' some "re'ihe most difficult. Lhat CaW an railways hud nieeL ,n parl of Ihe. country. H should .Isoo ,ointed out that Ihe.Company had LJ, lisattrantase. ovvins.to IhO-Conil the wsr, oI'beinB with-j 1 Inals in such Imiior. ta'nt" centres as Vancouver, in th.: West and Montreal In .the t.asl.. goods consisting eVal merchandise. The stock Is In firsl'class-condition. Lot 1. Dry Goods an.d Loi 2, Boots 4 Shoes. Lot 3. Hardware Lot 4. Paint Lot' 5.C roeerles, Drugs and Tobacco Lot 6. Jewelry Lot 7. Fixtures- 110.00 i. CHAS. GREENFIELD liblderl invested JT lo'draw'ilea-vny upni, t'wL" il-c-il fields of Ihe Canadian West it that tho.pircc- figure, mustraUn, Company's Earning bavo productive an the produce .markeUMe hi the Lorn railways. There w a few'who-.thought IbaL Ihc crucial necessity. would come so having conic, ,1 must ho .con-iJcrcd fortunate -that this Can adian Northern [tailway System .anil [Houses, Mules and At 'the LcthUriilge uiid Feed Biu'n. adian.ortem the country tributary to II were suffl- ftljVtlopineni. tin" Um favorably receivcil'liy every-1 -devclbpcil lo lake 31 iu- ril .__i' ennnlvinC in hkndliiis.sucjiji larjc Take No.Chances! Move Poisons From Liver and Bowels at Once- o SUOlllV 10 V Gloria, and IH-LH Liiuus'ik Ld received a loan of ;200.000'from system was aet1 in bad receivcu a loan ui.ii a year iperallon'a IHLIo'.ovcr a year ago Ihe Hank ot Montreal." another loa The "'prize .lists for the -seed anil cf from Ihe Royal Trnst corn -California Symp of a.few hours all the clogged up waste ponlfry'exhib'llion lo be held by Ihe I for for Taber Agricultural Society on Fp-bru- of the ouLstandlnE features rany, aau ITIUHBIBU A few of the Simon Liser from the builders [be rcpo contractors, lo secure a bill owing lor.c.rcisc moves out of the bowels, and you hav ready for dislri'hulion. The fair Ibis well, playful child again Ihc lumber" com- .'Tiiat Company-has hcen able to iccretary and .ic- sulking- gains In Ihc shown a rcporll r handled over Its raanaEing director of Ihc lum re" j IraMic... undoubtedly he more read 36 MULES-From C.lo 10 years old. each. Brown, hlack best r.uilcs.aiai liiivc" cvenbccn offered for In' Alberta. purchased Lpnls from Ihe best .ralscd.lu Ihiii member, a genflv "inside cleansing' Should always be the first treatment given. Full directions for bahiea. children of.all ages and grown-ups are printed on each bollle. Bewarcof counterfeit fig-syrups. Aak io'ur drugsisl for a 50-ccnl botlle ot "Galitornia Syrup of Figs." then look 'ca'refully and see Ihat it is by Fig Syrup Company.' We make no smaller size. Hand lack conlempL'any other lis syrur..- ON WEARING FOR YDUPSELT FAMfLT NORTH LETHBRiDfiE. EXTRA: SPECIAL CHILDREN'S SHOES llefore it was captured by laspectors tlallingal and BrasE. of Ihe Toronlo Humane society, a small roueh lerrier, believed to havt lieen sullcrlng from rabies, ran people. amuck and bit ihree made by id engin.eer. as lo the' prospect company making a 11 v Ihcir unanimous decision Ihe Compntalion made at Gait by till lhe holding lhal Clerk McCarlncy showed lhal In or-i nnt advlte "a campaigns Oalt hail given lo! ca patriotic- purposes since the bcginmns I o; (hc purciy or in a personal The results of the June SOth, 1016. an-.l comparisons wllh Ihc plcvlolls year Gross earnings. From Passenger rom s from Frcicht Traffic atriouc-pnriiuies nji.v-c anlliorilv nut purely in a of Ihe war or }12 Tier capita. There had been Insilfficienl As lliis is esclaslvc of thousands ot lo on several points. .s s s es dollars given privately lo ttc Prison ers" Aid, Helglan Relief, fled Cross and nlher patriotic eideaters, tile record" is considered hiRhly credit- able. from Krcicnt -irainc From KiprcSs, Mail Telegraph Iron, "ElerkioM and other Iron, and Invcslmcnls, etc. Miss Tasia Albanaslades, 13 old, of Seattle, oUaincil a juilemcnt Earning ('including etc.) 135 47C.275 f jVn'221 li'h'c road .iins.f.assume a'boninwtiillns" i use heavy Jines of Ihe Company's'syslcm.aro nqw serving ilt'les and towns of all Germany and Japan soon will begin an exchange of Invalid prisoners of w.if hj- the way of Holland and Ihe L'niletl Slates, it is Mnour.ccd. Thif Is the result of successful ncgolla- i lions undertaken hy Ihe Swiss Bov- Icrnmcnl with the German and Jarsn- governn-cnls upon reprcsenlalions of against Pelcr Far- inasonls, a candy merchant, because ho refused In carry out 5 proxy con- tract to marry her. The conlracl was made by correspondence while Lhe girl was In Greece by her rclallves llJerc and Karmaaonis. The girl came lo Seattle scrcral months and tbc-h Farmasonis repudiated the con >ei cAniiiuB--1 Deducting Fixed Charges N'eULoss or Delicit During the year the Comnany had under operalion an average of S.rjlS miles as an averaso of 7f'6'j miles, an Increase of 7iS miles, or 10.72J per ccnl. the prcvlovis Aa was lo bo eiiKctcd, a large parl ol Ihe Company's Increase In fr.clgbl rovciine origlnstei from -the grain Sc traffic.- The year tarried Company, during lolal of ISc year tarre a biishth of grain n3 compared with SS.n7S520 hnshrls In IfHS. an In crease of bushels or 125.31 Ion 01 Canada, .hivyfnf-5000 inhabitanla and tver. 'The' CTcienl situation jCmphnsizcf he fa'cl lhal Ihe. ftjllniiy Is'nol as dcpcndcnt'.ilrion. Bfiln...crop move mcnla-ai'-in ihc'l.aSt, and ine IraVKcorillnchlal has acquired a VlRblyldlv.ersllled Irallic. The.dcvpl- opintiils'of Ihc year confirm.tho Dir- ectors" In the belief that they strongly hoM. lhal Iho ultimate they sti _ prosperity of POKl. inai uiv the, Canadian "Northern Hallway Sys Icin Is mcasnrnble only by the pros perity ot tho Dominion of Canada. 10 MATCHED TEAMS OF; MARE AND 4 to 7 yeai old. Weighing 1250 '.o 1500 All broken. 13 SETS DOUBLE TEAM "HA good tondllion. 65 HEAD OF HIGH CLASS COW HEIFERS AND STEERS. TERMS CASH: J. A. SMITH ;