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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - July 17, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta KDNESDAY, JULY 17, 1018 yi*i: LETntfHlUGE DAILY HEH/VLD PAGE SEVEN ATEST NEWS OF LETHBRIDGE AND THE SURROUNDING DISTRICT LL LIVES L BE niLEO AI THE EXIIIN 18 SUFFOCATED jPltty-aoven onlrlcn In Iho Porcli-pa cluflsoa aloiio rIvos some liidioa-III 111: tliQ amoniil, of llvoatonk which '" Bathorod for Hio !lventoIat, ranch hand; E. 0. Woodynr. Ma-gratli, lumber yard manager, not to bo called before October 1; II. C. Laii gin. Pinchor Creek, saw mill man; W. Cooksley, Coutts. farmer: W. K. Wagar, Aldorson, farmer, not (o be called before Oct. 31; J. L. Rico. Medicine Hat, clerk. NO IMPROVEMENT PRIVATELY �^Underwood No, 5 Type- jwriter................. ' Doherty Piano in mission oak , lease. Perfect order. ;'a biQ snap .:....... Piano Cased Organ, by Karn ........---- Vacuum Carpet Cleaner, Recently cost $90.00. All attachments .... Wicker Baby Buggy for .............).... Large Stock Wallpapers at your own prices. Wanted-House for own occupancy by September Ist. FRANK WADDINGTON AUCTIONEER S. O. E. Building 10th St. S. Phone 770 $55 _..n oak $185 $35 Recent; $50. $15 HUNS MUTINY AND DESTROY AIRDROME London, July 17.-The destruction by fire of a new German ats* drome with 22 airplanes near Ni-�^velles Is attributed to the work of German revolutionists In the army, says an Exchange Telegraph dispatch from Amsterdam today. Nivelies is ecv-fw^.een miles south of Brussels. Tf|i Belgian end two German non-commissioned officers have been arrested. The day before the fire, adds the statement, a secret Vneeting was held In a canteen at Nivelies where the scheme for' the destruction of the alrdromn yifas discussed. AT PRESS �Today, tlie last day of llie prnscnt sittings of tho local review tribunal on military exomptlona, w;i!i nol very productive up till noon In tiiuling sold-iers for tho army. Out ol more than 20 ca.ios oxamined not n siiiHlr disallowance was made, all tho nun being bbda fide farmers. Yoslf rri.iy. liow-ever, s&voral oxemptions wire ilisal-lowod. The details of the ilny's findings are as follows; Allowed tilt Nov. 1.-11 Aiidfrsnn, Wlnnifred, farmer; W. It. 'I'eiuplc, .Medicine Hat, farmer; N. (' Limlberg, Bow Island, farmer! Wm. Diti'li, .N'cm-iscam, farmer; , W. Whiter Grassy Ijake, farmer; W. H. Siovnns. uay-mond, farmer; D. Robinson. i;tzikom, farmer; J. A. Hanna, Hmdi^it. farmer; W. E. McAndrews, Rdlaw. farmer; D. G. McCrao, Coaldale, engineer; W. Noblo, Herfrnleigh, fanm r; E. I.,. Spackman, Stirling, farmer; w. Cob-bold, Mddicino Hat, muiiitidii worker; T. M. Hamblln, Medicine Hiil, telegraph operator; J. H. Orsteii, Enchant, farmer; J. Jacobsmi. Enchant, farmer; M. Hill, Enchant, farmer and hardware merchant; G. A. Hill, Enchant, farmer; A. Perry, HiiKielt, farmer; E. R. Chamberlain. ."\Iedicino Hat, brakeman; H. O. Giintlier, Modi-cine Hat, farmer; A. M. Micholson. Stirling, farmer; S. Applpynrd, Medicine Hat, constable; L. I..inironce, Vulcan, grain buyer; P, JIurray, Lethbridgo, irrigation watermaster; L. Alford, St. Kllda, farmer; K, Sick. Jr., New Dayton, farmer; N. D. Ijohman. Plncher Creek, farmer. Allowed till August 1.-F, H. Fletcher, Livingstone, farinor; 11. E. Peterson, Stirling, farmer; S. Graham. Etzi-kom, farmer; M. B. Tlioiuas, Birds-holm, farmer. Allowed till Oct. 31,-15, Cameron, Coalhurst, miner. Allowed-Natha Slngli. :\Iodicine Hat, mill hand, not in f'hiKs 1. Disallowed-G. Lawrence, Lethbridgo, teamster; A. Luty, Maclood, farm laborer; W. A. Street, Tabor, farmer; G. A. Dearing. Maybutt, well driller, not to bo called before August 20; J. B. Cressy, Hetlaw, farmer; A. White, Vulcan, operator; A. McKen-zle, Taber, miner; A. J, Banik, Dun- PE ARE COMING HERE Word has been received from Ottawa, by tho secretary of the Groat War Veterans' Association, that Commander J. K. I,. Robs and Major Todd, of tho Board of Pension Commissioners, are to visit this city in the course oE the next few weeks. Arrangements have boon made for them to speak to all Veterans who care to attend. Notice will lie given as soon as the exact date can be learned. This invitation includes all returned men, whether G.W.V.A. members. Army and Navy Veterans, or unaffiliated. Watch tor the later notices, we are expecting a very interesting and instructive evening. Food Will the War in Serve your country and yourself by raising FOOD on the fertile plains of Western Canada. The Canadian Pacific Railway makes it easy for you to begin. Lands $11 to $30an acre; irrigated land up to $50; 20 years to pay. Loan to assist settlers on irrigated lands. Get full particulars and free illustrated literature from �UXN CAMERON, CIR'ISQL C.P.R.Lnii ' 905 Itt St. Eait, calgary THE LIGHT of life la often as suddenly extinguished as tho flame of a candle. "When death coinos to your homo, send for us. We can relieve you of all responsibility and taIcQ care of every detail tor you. As UNDERTAKERS we realize tho necessity of quiet, unobtrusive service and sympathetic tact. Funoitlls arranged and conducted with proper dignity. MacKAY & MacKAY 803 Third Avenue South Phone 1802 Lethbrldge, Alta. See Andy if 1 Any Wi You Have Radiator Trouiiiel When you come to the Fair see us about your radiator troubles. Wo can fix any radiator trouble and advise you as to getting Borvice from your radiator. ANDY'S RADIATOR & REPAIR STATION REAR DALLAS HOTEL (Upit�lri) London, July 17.-(By Reuters' Ottawa Agfncy)-All tho Canadian newspaper representatives now in England were present and were cordially welcomed at tho conference of tUe Empire Press Union at the Savoy Hotel, yesterday morning. There was a large attendance. Robert Donald, editor of the Daily Chronicle and chairman of tho union, presided, supported by the president. Lord Burnham. Mr. Donald referring to the presence of tho Canadian newspapermen, alluded to tho part Canada HUs played \ in tho war and declared that Canadal's great effort could not have been accomplished but tor the patriotism of her press. costIlIg siill increases Ottawa, July 17.-A continuance of the upward tendency In the cost of living Is shown In' the labor department's report on fnori prices for the month of June. The average cost of a family budyet of staple foods In some sixty cities in ilio r.ilddlc of June was $12.77 acalnst'$12.66 for May; $11,B9 f.v June, 1917, and $7.35 for Jufo, 1S14. In prices the advance in meat, coal, wood, coal oil and eggs continued but there were declines In butter, milk and potatoes. In wholesale prices the depart-me.:tBl index number was up to 280.6 as compared with 275,8 In May. The chief Increases for the month were In fruits and vegetables, and in fuel, the last due to a rise in the price of matches. Board FOR INTERIOR WALLS AND CEILINGS THE GRAHAM CO. Recharge and Repair Storage Batteries of All Makes AGENTS FOR EXIDE BATTERIES E. AINSWORTH, Manager Paris, July 17.-Joseph Calllaiix, former premier, who is In prison Wftltlne trial, has' written to Paul Deschane), president of the chamber of deputies, renewing his request that the government hasten his trial on charges of communicating with^ ^he enemy. The former premier complains of "certain falsifications in telegrams," probably alluding to those sent by Count You Bornstorft, former German ambassador to tile United Statea to a German agent in Argentina. M. Caillaux adds; "I sholl have occasion soon to en-, lighten my colleagues in regard to .the police machinations to which men iiavo sunk and are sinking in an effort to reach mo." , SEE OUR EXHIBIT AT THE LETHBRIDGE FAIR AND STAMPEDE, JULY 22-27 SOLD BY ALL RELIABLE DEALERS IN BUILDERS' SUPPLIES MANUFACTURED BY , Manitoba Gypsum Co., Limited WINNIPEG, MAN.' WAS RECALLED The Hague, July 17.-A Dutch white book containing'corrsipon-. denM regarding the convoy to the Cast Indies, has just baen published and reveals that' the convoy actually sailed with 0�r-man dyestuffs, to which OrMt Britain objected and It waa recalled.'- IMPORQNT AUCTION SALE AT WADDINGTON'S AUCTION ROOMS TENTH STREET SOUTH FRI. NEXT, JULY 19 COMMENCING AT TWO O'CLOCK PROMPT FRANK WADDINGTON WILL SELL BY PUBLIC AUCTION A QUANTITY OF SUPERIOR HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE AND EFFECTS INCLUDING: Handaomo dining suite In fumed oak; very "fine sideboard in quarter cut oak; oak extending dining table; large sized dresser In quarter cut oak; oaHiliall stand with oval bevelled mirror; wicker occasional table; child's wicker rocker; 3 burner New Perfection on Stove with oven; .{wo fine Morris chairs ;palr of lounge chairs in'filmed oak, leather seated; several good rockers; folding cot; r.child'B cot; Singer Sewing machine; two centre tables ;oak um- brolla stand; swinging verandah seat; verandah seat; three vei;y good carpet squares ;secretaire desk; child's white enamelled (leak; oak dinner wagon; excellent G-hole mngo (Columbia) in good shape; 4-hole cook stove; baby's chair; two high chairs; lawn mower; winlto enamellpd beds and coll stirlnga, 4. foot and 4% foot. AND AT FOUR O'CLOCK DOHERTY PIANO IN MISSION OAK CASE IN At TERMS CASH ORDER ONAVIEW THUBSDAY, 7,00 TO 9.00 PHONES 770-469 WADDINGTON SELLS WITHOUT RESERVE Washington, July 17__(Mill Stocks of newsprint paper showed virtually no improvement during June, according to the Federal trade commission's monthly review of the Industry. BRITISH MISSION Lima, Peru, July 17.-The British mission, headed by Sir Maurice Da Bunscn. left Callao yesterday for Ecuador. Sir Maurice and the members of the mission received a cordial farewell. You Can Tell the People Who Have Iron In Their Blood- Sti^ong, Healthy, Vigorous Folks Doelo/ S�yi Ordinarr NuKaled Iron Will Increue Ihe Strength of Nervoui. Run-down People in Two Wooki' Titno In Mmny CaM, OKE glance \s enough to tell which people have iron in their blood. They are the ones that do and dare. The others are in the wcaklinR class. Slecii-less nightu spent worrying over su^jposcd ftilmem^, constant OoMng with hahU-form-ing Uriiffs and narcoiicR and uselcfea attempts to brace up with strong coffee or other stimulants are what keep them suffering and vainly longing to he strong. Their real trouble is lack of iron in the blood, says Dr. James Franci.* Sullivan, formerly PhysJcia.n ol Rrllevuc Hospital (Outdoor Dept.), New York, and the Westchester County Hospital. Wiiboui iron the blood has no power to change fond into living tissue and therefore, nothing you eat does you good; you Uon't get the trcngth out of ic. When Jron is supplied it enriches the impoverlshetl blood and give.? the body grentrr renist'ance to Ward off disease. Numbers of nervous, rundown people who were ailing all the while have most astonishingly increased their trenp|th and endurance simply by taking iron m the proper form. And this, after they had in some ca'ses been going on for months without yetting benefit from anything. If you arft hot strong or -well you owe it to yourself to make the following test: See how long you can work or how far you can walk without becoming tired. Next take two five-grain tablct.i of Ntixatcd Iron three times per (fay after meals for two weeks. Then test your strength again and see for yourself how much you have gained. There is nothing like Rood old iron to help put color in your cheeks and sound, healthy flesh on your bones. But you must take iron in a form that can be easily absorbed and assimilated like Nuxatcd Iron if you want it to do you any go^d, otherwise it may prove worse than usclent Jfany an athlete and prleefifl't^r has won the day simply because he knc-* the secret of great strength and endurance which comes from having plenty of won in the fclood while many another hAf (tone down to inglorious defeat �imply fo,i fiie lack of iron. Tn regard to iHe value "of Nutated Iron. t)r. A. J. Newman, Ute Police burgeon of the City of Chicago, and former House Surgeon Jefferson Park Hospital, Chicago, says Nuxated Iron has proven throuiEh his own tests of it to excel any preparHtion he has ever used for creating red blosd, building up the nerves and atrengthenirf the muscles. Dr. J. \V. Armisted, Grove fllll, Ala., graduate of the University of Alabama School of Medicine, Mobile, 1889, Mys: "In the cases T used^ Nuxatcd Iron I have found more beneficial results than from any preparation I have ever used In 84 years* practice." Dr. R. K Ilaugh, Polkville, Miss,, graduate of the Memphis Hospital College, Memphis, 1808, says: "I always prescribe Nuxated Iron \\-here A KCOnitruc-tive tonic is indicattd." -CUT THIS OUT-What Nuxated Iron is Made From Swofi StaUmcDt of Composi^ca of its Forravti THK Hoard of Directors have authorized the broadest publication of the sworn si:.tcmpnt of the composition of Nuxatcd Iron, thai the public ma/" examine it for themselves and judge to its merits. Newspapers everywhere are invitfd to copy this statement for the benefit of their readers, ll is suggested that physicians maEc a record of it and keep it in their, offices so that they may intelligently answer questions of patients concerning it. Kvcrybody is advised to cut it out and keep it. A copy of the actual sworn statement will he sent to any one who desires such. It is ns. follows: Iron Pepton.ife (Special Specific Standard) Quantity given below. Sodium Glycerophosphates V. S. 1'. (Monsanto) Calcium Glycerophnsph.ites U. S. P. (Monsanto). P. E. N'ux Vomica U. S. P. Cas-carin Bitter. M.igncsium Carbonate. Po. Ginger U. S, 1'. Oil Casnia Cinnamon U. S. P, Calcium Carbonate Precip. U. S. P, Each dose of two tablets of Nuxated Ircfti contains one and one-ha'.f grains of organic iron in the form of iron pcptonate of a special specific standard which in our opinion possesses superior qualities to any other known form of iron. By using other m.ikes of Iron Peptonate we could have put the same quantity of actual iron in the tablets at less than one-fourth the copt to us. and by using metallic iron wc could have accomph'shed the same thing at less than one-twelfth the cp-it; but by so doing we have most certainly impaired their therapeutic cfTicacy. Glycerophosphates used in Nuxatcd Iron is one of the most expensive tonic ingredients known. It is estiecially recommended to build up the nerve force and thereby increase brain power, as glycerophosphates are said to contain phosphorous in a state very, similar to that in which it is found in the nerve and brain cells of man. As will be seen from the above, two Important injrredicnts of Nuxated Iron (Iron Peptonate and Glycerophosphates) are very expensive products as compared with most other tonics. Under such ctrcumstanees the temptation to adulteration and substitution by unscrupulous persons is very great, and the public is hereby warned to he careful and sec every bottle is plainly labeled "NUXATED IRON" by the Dae Health Laboratories. Paris, London and Detroit, U. S. A., as this is the only genuine article. If you have taken other forms of iron without success, this does not prove Nuxated Iron will not help you. H�wcr*cTD�k� Ncrti: NutiiIp'I Irnn Tecotntnendul iiwfa I� riot a errr^t rtmedv hntona which li well known to drupKliti ��^rrwh�re. tinlike th* oWpr Inorfanlc iron lirodiirti. U Ifl tkullr MiimlUted, diiei not injur* Ih* t��tti tnako them M�ok, nor. tip*i>l lh� itomftrh. Th� tn�ufftrtiir�rfl Ko^f^nta* iiidfriiful incl �nUr�lj> iaIIi. f�ctnry remit! rfrj purcb��r or th'y will nfuD* ftuc moav. Ik U 'lipioMd b| mW food vtraislit*. AUCTION SALE AT 112 FIFTH STREET SOUTH On Thursday, July I8th AT TWO O'CLOCK PROMPT FRANK WADDINGTON WILL SELL BY PUBLIC AUCTION f A QUANTITY OF FURNITURE, STORE FIXTURES AND CARPETS Including: 4-hole cook stove; kitchen tables; chairs; centre tables; sewing machine In good running order; large quantity ri crockury; GASOLINE COOK RANGE; heaters; COUNTERS, SHOW CASES and shelving-.LARGE NATIONAL CASH. REGISTER with electric attachment; office desks, clocks; mirrors, etc., and the balance of stock In trade consisting of Boots and Clothing. TERMS CASH PHONIES 770-469 AUCTION SALE OF FARM STOCK & IMPLEMENTS AT RAYMOND ONE AND A HALFjBLOCKS FROM DEPOT, ON Thursday, July 18, 1918 Sale Commences at 1p.m. Sharp. No Reserve as the Proprietor Has Enlisted for Overseas Service. . 1 black mare, seven-eights Percheron, weight 1450 lbs.; 1 bay' mare, 1,300 lbs.; 1 bay mare and colt; 1 saddle mare; 1 sorrel mare and colt, 1300 lbs.,, all with foal; 1 pWr geldings, 2800 lbs.; 1 team bay geldings, 3200 lbs., age 10 years; 1 team bay geldings, 2800 lbs., age 3 years; 1 buckskin gelding, 1700 lbs., age S ye^rs  1 bay gelding, 3 years old; 1 brown BtalUon, 9 years old, 1450 Ibi.; 1 brown horse ',9 years old, 1200 Iba.; 1 black 2-year-old mare, 1000 Ibs;.l brown a-year-old mare, 900 lbs.; 1 brown horse, 1000 Ibp.; 1 black niare,,l year old; 1 black mare, 9 years old; 1 bay trotting stallion with pedigree, lluBselt Wilmont 24()!)-67G06, age S years, Canadian papers; 1 Shetland pony; 1 brown cow, 4 years old; 3 Holsteln spotted cows and calves; 1 black cow and calf; 1 fresh coiw; 1 black steer; 1 rod and white heifer .and calf; 1 spotted yearling; 1 white calf; 1 brood bow and 7 pigs; 2 new McCormlck biudors; 1 new 3% wagou and tank, 150 bushels; 1 Avagon and hay rack; 1 now democrat buggy; 1 grain drill; 1 tour-horse cultivator; 1 disc harrow; 1 drag harrow; 1 Cockahutt plow, 2 bottoms; 1 gang plow, 3 bottoms; 1 pair new Maasoy-Hnrris bob sleighs; 1 cream separator, tubular; 3 sets harness; 1 good saddle; 1 Studebaker wagon box; 2 second hand Ford cars in good condition; good assort-raont of tools, , TERMS OF. SAUe-Halt cash, the balance payable on Deo. 1st', 1918) with 8 per cent, on all credit amounts with approved Joint notes, or 5 per cent, off forc^sh on credit amounts. J. A. SMITH, Auctioneer R. BENNETT, Propriater 8812 ;