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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 10, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE SIX THE LliTllBhmr.K OAil.Y 1TKSDAY, JL'LY 10, 5917 to feel Fresh and Fit must keep your stom- ach well, your liver active, the bowelsregular, imu yubr blood pure. Your physical condition depends on the health of these When anything goes wrong Montreal staff liore. bis relumed ui j :muage llic bark i'j iho risento I Mr. UtdUes. Jlr. K1J4 is nccciH' I yauieJ tv bis i Mr. Mil Mrs. Ira fletrbor have i Illlll II HUM Illl I I moved luio Ihw Imiiclsume li'in- I Ullll II AKT KM I Ualow ou Hrst street south. This is (indeed a beautiful home aud a. crcdil i :o Vagratt. Margaret Sadie Mercer. I l.v.-o at oJf local school te-ichers i sone tu Kdmouton to aUeuJ suollner school. ________ Mrs Christy Hnrker and her iniQtlier. Jlrs. Sabey. leU on Sal- [Valuable Suggestions Made juo-umg (or uiah, where they AL! just Improvement By All Fac- tions Jn House Ol'rut.K July juill spcml the remainder of the eum- i mer. A the Hume Guards lie chive Swarm c( ihe V.L.M.I.A.. and rafTled ofl and ,c_jihc proceeds, araOuBilug to over large fruit cake was made uy a few doses of Beet-ham's Pills and avoid, any serious illness. They arc a fine corrective and tonic for the system, and a great help in maintaining good health. A single box prove die remedial value of iklaiif of the military service j (o (he Cross co'iilnncJ In vomumtct lioii.'f today. Tiu're iv.ii an 'most coravle-.c of Md tuembors on both sides lot llic lionscV- hoth LngHsh 1Ue luAy jiumbcr. lie al unce jrrvncli. to vie in Ib Mil. Srvernl cliu.-es o[ Ihe bill weit Cr-allv disposed of by ihe Molr has made several visds to the vest and he has ruatle uii Ms mind that there is no ylice like Albert. Mr. Moir is ihc fattier of the Harons laud fclns- U. 1J. Molr. uf the firm of Graut Molr. are pleased to say that Clarcs- holiu have one representative at Hat stampede person of M. Wall, Mr WaU Iras en- t tutu -iiij- ui torpd in the roping con- r lhe week-end wlih Mrs, and the man thai Wats bira will have to go some. There arc very 031- -11 cake luck to t.rojS J5 now ccnls eadli xol so lad. the Hcil es for (or ami Mrs. Denning. o[ Bow opinion would improve the MF. alid Mrs. Uiffer. Amos Peterson, president, and IE-ILL IN i Our Own ioliii, July Out- is daughter, -Mrs. J. Molr, ot vfeiiluR wiih his MoJUiU. o o v VULCAN MAN A PRISONER Vulcan, July O. J. Lochhead, of has re- ceived a lu ttie effect thai btr son. Pie. C. H Is now a prisoner or war m Lemberg, German v... He hat) .been renewed mibslng since Match Will. o o o o Tn the estate of llirrr Cleave Cun- diit, Ute of Foremost, Alberta, de- ceased. N'otlce is Iiereby siren nil per- mid others vrcrc partially p.issed. cer- tain subsections being held over tor lurlher coiisidoraiion. a'subsection oi clause six providing i [Qr a. hoard of selection, to be estab- lished by joiui resolution of the com- mons aod sena'.o, which shall name one or two nvruYbcrs ot all local tri- Sir Robert Borden said that no de- finite conclusion had been reached as Ic th? proper constitution ot the board, and thai susseations would b? welcomed- Oil the suegcMlon or Sir Wilfrid Laurier the subjection stooil over. The only formal amendment morert one by B. CarvelK -providlug thai when the minister of militia an appeal from the lower trl- manager, o( ihe Mastadon Mining Co.. lofi ou, Friday cveniDg for B.C.; to look after their (here. sons having; any claim upon Iho ts- tale ot ihe said Harry Cleave Cundlti, who on the day of July, 1916, arc required lo Hie vfilh the ijnftnrsigu- ey- Grace CuotJifT. AtlnimiPtratris, by the 1st clay of September, 1917, a full statement duly verified ot Iheir claims and ot any pecurilie? ncld by ihc-m, and Ihhi after that date Ibe AttTnin55lralm w'.U uisUibute the' eels o( the rmnng ihc oirt- les enlitleO thereto ha1. Ir.-io the claims of which has lieen. so filed or v.hieh iias bribn brought, to her co'ice. Dated this OLh day July A.D. 1911 GRACE CUNDIFF, care oi G. E. Drysdale, Art. E. bunal lie should cover Ihc costs of ihc appeal so that thero should be no unfairness to the person concerned. The prime minis- ter though! the suggestion worthy of consideration and matter stood over lor lurihor eoislderaUtin. When the penalties clause was un- der discussion, H, D. Morphy and oth- ers suggested a more mea- sure. He suggested 10 years penall> for dessrlion snJ five years for fail ure ID report- Fred Pardee remarked thai the oh ject ot ice bill was to syldlevs an'l not "Mr Melghen agreed. The object ol ihe be said, was to provide, re- inforcements and not to make jail birds. matters, it is jus! as well to confess j that many farm buildings areVict pro- vided ivith caves trouehs, barrels anrt I cisterns. This neglect is criminal. The weather clerk-lays (he wafer on the roof, ,aotl il you only give him a little bit of pipe tc will put the finest, sp'ftest rain water right Into the barrel or' 'down' In the c'sleni torTyou. -A farmer's-, vruV said lo me ihe otfeRr day, "Yes, he has besn talking of do log" it for i tie last four or Gvc and the way stc i-ald H seemed io in- dlcate that if she wailed four or five years longer, he might get to it. In one of (he new towns along Ihe Many berries line two buildings out of about hundred have eaves troughs; yel the people pay a barrel for water from a slough! I flnd it necessary to men tlofl such things as tbis lo farmers who complain' about the slow actions of the governments, I al most think lha conlerenw "should have passed a resolution re quiring every farmer to do what hi. wlfa told him Lo do la regard Lo gel Hog domestic water, and to do it once. Further cheering news comes as t the development of'Mr. Dowling's ar ieslsa water basin. Another well ha been brougfit in on the X.E. corner o Tp. 1, Hp. 13, about ten wiles nort on the Foremost line. The yater, which is clear and good, was (struck at ESI So there seeme to tie no doubt that u. valuable source of supply 13 gradually coming to well in the Elzltom coulee. Ihc ens at foremost, this one norlb oi legend; (hen the C.l'.K. are boring at Conrad, and they will presently another al Foremost. Our Own July Gibsnn mother-in-law oi Dr. Dice, has return il lo her home in ihe elates alLe pending a few in Magrath. Jennie Barclay anil liltl aughter, of Calgair. arc spending lonlh with her parents, Mr. anil Mrs laxter. Harold and Andrew Peterso pent the -week-end ai Water to akes. Their "catch" amounted round dozen. appeal to the ladies of Magral nd district m aid of lied Cross se- Two new sewinc machines ha' Been purchased by the society ai ne has been donated by Ihe Women nstilute which makes raachin now in the sewing room, wou ask thai more ladles come o and do your bH during the summ months. The Women's Institute se each Wednesday afternoon and t :ied Cross society day Is Thursday. Any lady 'welcome either day, or cap. be taken home. A roll Tor siitntner sewers hc.5 iH3.dc and be hanging on the wall iu the room. Come aod name on the roll and see If you can be present tach Thursday- A total of was sent by the local'branch ot tho Red Cross to the central office at Calgary. More -will be sent la'.er on If needed by the central office, ll was thought advisable by Ihe, local branch to fend at present and more later, and keep enough on. hand :ll people in the tiktrlcl who are aware that Ihe-y have ft world "DONKEY" TOO GOOD FOrt -A German officer walking on tlV street a Ijelglyn lown eriCouHtored a Dctglau boy a donkey. "Atii, ll1 at is A fine tlio old- vcr romarked. "What have you nam- ed him? Albert, I suppose. "Oli, said the youngster. love my fchigf too much for 'I hope you liaven't liaiueu iiha "Oh, no, monsieur I love Ihe donkey (ar (oo much for" La-Ltberlc. ivlilch tolls (ho story end vouches for-ils authenticity, says "the fate or [lie boy nol learneJ." 'sedentary turn lo .s 10 SE1ILE HERE Winnipeg. July Invcsllijal- IOHS It-ail to ilitf decided belief Uiat tliero will bo a tremendous llon of fpjperlal army i-ieu lo Canada after the war. declared J. I'ruce Walker, comnilsslonur of 1m- uifcrattnTi. returned from I.oiiilon. Mr. has bcea In tho oU coiimiy for livo months, acting on the fcltlement coin- ir.iUcc, in with the Etllle- inent ol solrtiers- Ulr. Walker continued: "Tlie vouuiuttce look special to ascertain or all me tu- bers, and we abundantly satlsflei occupations vill not re- -h wort, but 'o tba life by'entl- ;rallne to one ot Hie JvcrfieriE doraln- ll Is tjei.erally 111 :nBlaml that tho lor'.uUloiis oiicred iy the Canadian Eovernineul aro more ittracllvo tind provide greaUr Indut-e- neats Ihau tliu.-e oi auy ot the oilier dominions. As boon as the Is ov- er demobilization Ukes place, and it the. necessary transriorlrtllon equlp- iivent be provlUe'd tbero will be 3 Irenteudous linnngrutlon. and ikularly to liio western provinces." DIG THE RATS OUT OF THEIR HOLES. dial a vast proportion oi the men ot honors. (From Ilia Montreal Gazelle.) Winston Ciiurchlll demands thd employment o; !ht "Irssieasa jsrpiis of olil but valuable vessels" ot Itc navy In action against tho enemy. The Jcnund Is Iu keeping with.his former tlircal to dig IJio tats out oi iheir holes, but In loo present Instance, the former minister would give liio lesser warships the hard and extremely daugcrous task ftni the The final official return has Just made in the election in the aber riding. showinE (he majority Hoc. A. J. McLsan to be S2S. The ole by polls MS as Poll. ellaw West......... Iver Bcw yremore......... Innondalc......, Theat Centre ravers elwood...... nchant Star........ undial urin......-..... ron Springs...... aber. Central North......... Soulh Johnson's Addition White Ash...... [lean...........i Barinvell Purple Springs Kiug McLean 21 24 3 13 7 23 19 5 IS S7 2-1 54 7 3 19 C 52 Jrassy Lake...... IH Bunlelt Island....... Hghfleld......... Golden Prairie Coin............ .'oaldale......... McLean......... Whiles......... Slirliug Raymond .Veiling......... Leehign Sheruourne John Ell Sampson........ Judson Perry's Hysopp Osbourne Xelghhorview Chin Coulee...... Weslfield Soldiers and nurses 49 SO S G 9 10 15 S 71 112 6 6- 3 11 1C 0 i 0 31 0 r, o Tolal ..........1.01G 36 IS S4 9 29 I2 2S 21 136 104 112 16 31 33 36 51 71 10 6 S 33. 37 S 33 1C1 12 -1 25 t'l 13 2 2 41 16 26 1 beater like Maurice in liicir midst, i The town has been practically des- erted 'this last week on account of I the Calefy fsir. I The many friends or tbo late Scigel. of CalKatv, who was well known In. and around Clare'sholtn, greatly dcploro his untimely death by an. accident warniius up lor an auto race on the Calgary race track. Your correspondenl has the Idea thai I Is aboul lime that exhibition man- agers, where there are not suitable racks, would take a tumble as In nearly every case where nulo racing s indulged in. there arc accidents to either the driver or spectators. The Moffat entry tbe Calgary ices. "Princess made a very creditable showing In the three-year- old race for Canadian bred colls, as also did the Simiuond's- entry "Our L-assle." We noticed In. a laic Issue ot the LeLhbridge Herald an Item as to shipments from different points .hrougho'Jl Ihe south country. There is one matter thai we wish lo put clearly belorc your reantrs as- we know lhal the fads as they are not understood by the erealer part of them. Claresholm is placed fifth on the list as to shipments (or the last ten months. If you will take nmp and mark a place just five miles soulli ot Clareshblm, you will find the thriving village of WooJhouse and thi3 place you will find will also show you that they have out ot their five elevators shipped a tremendous number oi bushels of wheat. The elevators ot "Woodhouse' nalurally draw custom from within tliree, and In numerous cases, two and .a hail miles from Claresholm, their supply of empties in the grain season "being pro-rala. L Take lha cases ot Vulcan, Dow Island, CanoanEay, Borons, etc., anil yoii will 'readily see lhat ori ac- count of no .to Ihc easl of them, their shipments as compared with Claresholm 'are not at as EDMONTON FAIR OPENS. July perfect prerafllng Edmonton's an- nual exhibition was formally opened this afternoon by If on. Duncan Jlar- Alberia'a mlnlater of agricul- ture. As In previous years the exhi- bition a growth In all depart- ments, especially cattle and horses. Every Inch of epaco In both Iho machinery and m'aniifactur- era hulldfnga lias been taken up. Good Taclnfi programmes arc sched- uled for ihe six days of the fair, and an excellent line, of attractions. In- cluding automobile races, ilnlly aero plane (lights anil mimic trench war- Wrfi arc i lo carry the work on here uotll after havvest.- About was raised M- Lnc Magrath branch on Red Cross day, July t, and we are proud oi our Gar- den City and think we can beast ol raising the largest amouni on ihat day for any town.this size In the Do- minion. meeting of (he executive of Lhc Red Cross held on Thyradaj afternoon a committee was appointed !o make up boies and romforu fo our local soldier bo'ya over Eca3. This committee la Mrs. A- Mercer, chair man, Mrs. Mrs. n, W. Brad sfiavr, Mrs. Fowler, Mrs. L, Jlarker Woolley and Miss L, Hall. very enjoyable evening was spen at the home of Bishop Harher on Kr day, July 6, all the committee of the July 2 celebration met In party. The president and, offi era ot the local Hed Cross wish l each one who helped In on to make the day such a gran EUCCC33, Th6 evening was spent playing gamca and tho MOS of Her EMLogson were much enjoyed by a present. but not least, wag th feast cream which WAB lurnls cd by our president, R. HradsJia About eighty- people present an all report Ihc besi lime of the son. The beautllul and Bpaclou lawn was 111 up by electricity fur- nished by Mr. Marker's Dclco lighting uyslens, the wrong being dnnc by the clcr.trlrlans ot tlie Cttnc-Caasltiy Co. Mrs. Josepli PIvans Is al present In the Van Harlem hospital, Lclhbrldge, where she underwent an operation Is6t week. Ulllc Kcna 'Dow also al the same noapltal with a broken arm. people will bo pleased lo role fnat fi. A. U.- Gcodcs, nanagcr of tho Dank of Montreal here, anil al" present In Ihg hospHM nl Lclhbrldge, la after h'a recei LOST HI IHE HAT Medicine Hat, July a torts sUndpoJnt, the great celebra on Blartefl yesterday, the lamplonsblp Ijaseball tournament cgan. In Ihe morning I'rusaia won hts opening game from Champion andlly, the score being 10 to 4. Dal- a; Prussia, Thellman and lelnerl: Cliamplon, Sllerr Wlggs and Lewis. In the alternoon Medicine iat Monarcha, with Snow and .Rogers a battery, defeated tho Forty-Mile cam by 11 to 2. Walker dtd great .xtculton for the. losers, elrlklng out [4 men, buV his support was poor. "bl3 evening Sceptre look the long :nd of a 15 lo 5 score agalnat Antelope Lake The Sceptre hallery was hields and McXcdey; Antelope -akc, DaTldson, Cl. Young and E. t'oung, Lloyd and G. Young. HegpUe large Ecorea all games were keenly contested, and provided (he crowd of lacs with Eiiod exhibitions. as Claresholm Uoltq, weal" has not more than eigM 'milts lo draw Irora and naturally has to deride with Carmangay and Barons to the east Wcodhotise, five miles soulh, ant SUvcly mller north. f i> The building 'la Clares holm at ihe present time looks ver much like old times. The extension to the Methodist church is.abpul com pleted ani is a. credit to S. Furgueson he contractor, and' also to'the'Melho dlst people of Claresholm, Quite a number ot Ciaresholi people visiltd Slavely on Friday 0 witness ihc bucking contest, th principals being tha bad.liors owned by Mr. Orr oI'Llttle Dow, on .of Nanlonl Quite a bunc 01 long green was In evidence or Miner sure had a cinch on tl money as "J.J." refused to do hi ordinary stupls. The ball game b Iweea Stavely and. Champion prov lo be a walk-away for Champion the tune jf IS to S. The gam throughout was marked by vc raffed ball and for two scml-prdfe aional teams, was away Lclow t" standard. The vole on the waterworks byli n-bich Is to be taken on July 23, causing vary wide discussion and a very warm time Is looked [or en July 23rd. Tlie Clareaholm hflnd'ivlll supply u music for thir cclebrallan to be held on J'jly 20. GOING OUT OF BUSINESS DeWOU'S VAR1HY STORE GREAT CLEARING SALE .V of Worth of Variety Stock at Cost Price As oui- lease expires shortly all lines of ChinivOlHsswiU'c, Enaaichvave, Tinware, Small Hardware, Dry Goods Notions, T'.'ys :uul Dolls ami ymalhvares will be sold at cost price. Tlijs is no fake sale, everythiug inn st be cleared onl in 30 days. Corner Fourth fifth Street Everybody's THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE SIR EDMUND WALKER. C.V.O.. LLD.. D.C.L. f HV. F.JON6S, Aij'iGw-l JOHN V. C. BROWN. Sup'l cf Ctniril Wtsiern B CAPITAL PAID Up, l RESERVE FUND; WAR TIME ECONOMY IS NO EMPTY PHRASE IT IS THE CONTRIBUTION OF THOSE WHO STAY AT HOME TO THE WINNING OF THE WAR. -i Do your share by building up a Savingsraccoant or investing in war securities. 22W power nnd cxtrn power-means tax on ihc motcr lubricant. Folarintr has the correct 'o c temperatures and the cxlr.i v.-car of high engine Efjccds. It is (o-rl-iy by the majority of Cana-