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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 21, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDAY. .U'LY 21, THK LETIIRRinOK DAILY HERALD PAGE FIVE SALE OF USED Alljusl like, new, of good Mahogany and Walnut case, cabine.l design. We have just received a carload from Toronto, your choice at If you are wanting an- Organ: Call oxuiniiie, llieni or write for particulars Any of these organs will be sold on easy forms Weber like new. in Mission finish ON EASY TERMS MASON BALMORAU BLOCK. LETHBRIDGE. "HONE 1224 THAT HELPED Mi: arid MI-K, Tlios. have fione cu.st In Ontario I'or u iiloulli'x visit. Air. lliidKiiii of Taliir speiil Hie wook uiiil with frluiuls In tho Hly. 'I .Miss Ormn JlcXaW. of ('alRary is the Kami ut .Miss VCTU Ilrmlwhi, ctli .Mr. iiiul sioniio returned today from Uvu weeks' Imlldnv at Klko li. C. "Fruif-a-tives Again Proves Us Extraordinary Powers March L'nd, "I.have received tin- i-insl woiiik-ri'til benefit from taking Kniit-a-lives I 1 sulfcrcd i'or years KhcumitHsm dliU1 I and change of lift-, and 1 took i-vi-ry remedy obtainable wiiliont results. I! iried "KriiiUi-tivos" ami it mis the only medicine Unit tmtly did me good, 1 am (Milirriy matisni lias aud ihe ter- rible {Miins in my body gone. I hope that others, sillier front sucli distjL-isiiiK -.vill try ''Fniit-a.- M.HUMB I.SAir; KOCIIUN. a box, fi for -t-'.-Vj, LTm. At ail dealers or son I postpaid by Fruit- a-livos Limited, The Missns llolinuii or Taber span! (lie enrl wild t.hfj .Missus Iticliard- son ami Mi.ss Hclnveilzcr. Inspector and .Mrs. riuuioy. Tlin Biir- rarks. returned honn- Friday from si Hank P. If. Htmling of tin staff loft Saturday in days ai Uaufi'. ols Lieut. H. of Ullth O. S. Ball ulion. Calgary, is visiiinfi IHK sister, j >r ihe week end. i rs. A. C. Kaw Coaldalc. Jidy 22. U'ork is now un- dor way on (he mjw consolidated chool building. H is io ho of brick four rooms with full basement. 10 pro- vide for manual training and domestic -science departments. The Bonne.lt White OoHHtrmrtum Co. of Calgary are the, general contractors. The -0. P. R. has n-.vnily repainted store, has returned from spending his 'ts hiiihHngs anil tank here- and now vacation with the Alpine Club west i'ia" a carpenter gang engaged in niov- of iJanff. !ing the loading platform to a location 'at the .west end of the present team The G. T. A. will meet ai the home track and putting in stock yards with of .Mra. J. McLeod. 7th avenue ia double deck loading vhuie. )on at fr Several hundred cars of gravel are jliere, to he used along the team track ivhich in to be extended quite a dis- AUCTION SALE TOMORROW, TUESDAY, AT 2 PJ. AT THE DOMINION BLOCK FOURTH AVE., S HIGH-CUSS FURNITURE, Mr. Paterson of Hie Ited Cross drug A. S., Wednesday aflurif Her Cross serving. I" terdaj fance further west. The Ellison .Milling and Kluvntor Company has put in a now coal shed and is arranging for a bushel annex to be built on the side of its present elevator. Another much needed improvement The Diumhten-- and .Maids ot -Ene-ttlmt ia promotpcl bv Karm Pro. land will meet on I ucsclay_evemng ai f Ig a ten warehousCt Gladys I'jowner returnod yes- froni a vacuiion spunt oji the coiifst duriliK wldch she vifitrd Van- Victoria, and Prince Itupert, returning via Kdiunnton. S o'clock in the S. 0. E. hall instead of evonmir on aecount of the excursion to Brockeit. sca, A sire-hi.s SQ. and Mrs. J. K. Oliver and fam- 1 Macleod. July Tuesday at the ranch of Joe Mills, about three miles from Macleod, Hiram Mills, a lad of about 13 years, son of the own- of the ranch, was kicked to death by a horse. The deceased boy was leading a horse hy a piece of wire with his father walking a few paces Behind. Mr. .Mills suddenly saw his DOJ- fait over and the horse starting :o run away, dragging the boy with t. Before the father could interfere he horse had kicked the boy on tho .lead, the force of the blow breaking :he heart and killing him instantly. Fernie, July Special to ihe the miners working in the Coal Creek Mine of the Crow's Nest Pass Coal Co. with the exception ot" the fire bosses and famnen quit work tiiis morning, it is stated thai the men went on strike because of a local condition, and not because of the refusal of the operators to gram the ten per cent increase in wages asked by the U. M. W. of A. District No. IS. The strike is being considered by the executive of the Mine Workers their session today just west of Tavlor u J3 UlQ U) hllild lhis fall. There will be a harvest picnic, held ily left ioday for Uanff, whore Mr. here on Wednesday. August 2nd. he- Oliver will spend a iwo weeks' vaea-iing the annual Dominion Day eelehra- tion and Mrs. Oliver anil the famil.v tion which was jiostpoimd on account wil remain for a month. iof rain. Wednestiay afternoon will j be a holiday in LethhridRO and a large Mr. and Mrs. and fam- lcrowd is expected from there. One uu- ily of Lcthbriclgc who ai-eiuaufll thc program will he hollrtnying at English nay are rne ia shceP corrallng contest, open to all. Kuesis' of Madame Lovelllu, on Seventh I Anyone having dogs they would like The Columbian. Wost-ito enter sllouki Mr- Dav- minster. ndson, who has charge of this event. Mr. and Mrs. rloighes are enjoying HQUSEFURNISHINGS Everything must be sold. This is a chance of a lifetime to secure high-class goods at your own price. TERMS CASH W. L WILSON Auctioneer A TALK TO PARENTS Mrs. Maw Stewart announces the CMiBagemom'ot hfr younceat daughter. visit from their daughter, MrB. L. S. from Courtney, Vancouver Is- Ethel Lillian to Mr. William Edward B' C' Her three daughters are Simpson, onlv son of Mr. and Mrs.iwllh her- Mr- is now D. A Simpson, of LethbridfiD. The in work northern marriage will lake place Quietly on August 8th at Edmonton. The Colenian camping party return- ed on the Friday morning train. Those i from here were Mr. and Turs. Faw- Miss Jessie Bruce is visiting Mrs. jcett, Mr. and Airs. Gould, Mrs. B. S. Chus. Mt'Killop. 10th street south; Miss Pawson, Miss Florence McDowell, Mrs. Bruce is a former resident of Leth-j T. B. Dunham and Miss MeConuick. bridge, and prominent in Knox real good time is reported, circles. With her sister she left about! The heavy rain of last week came six years ago to take up a mission at j just at the right time and assures an- Swan Lake Reserve, Manitoba. She other bumper grain crop. The wea- is now visitint; here on her holidays, j ther during the past few weeks has i been unusually good for haying opera- Dr. Conybeare and Mrs. Conybeare! tlons Pointing again that from every viewpoint of Printing Service the weight of argu- ment tells you to Phone The Herald for a man to look after your wants. and a large amount has been put jrss.'ss couver, Victoria and other coast cities, are enjoying a v.sit from Mr. and Mrs. During their absence from the city an" Spo- their residence will be occupied !iy H., J. Gordon and lamily, have rC' cently arrived from Edmonton. A wild rumor wabMnoireulat.on here I last week to the etiect that several or [our best known people were confined at the Provincial jail hut investigation HEAT FLASHES, DIZZYJPVOUS 1 Mrs. Wytm Tells How Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound Helped Her j During Change of Life. j Richmond, Va. "After taking seven bottles of Lydia E. Pinkham's j Vegetable Com- j pound I feel like a j new woman. I al- j ways had a headache during- the Change of Life and was also troubled with other bad feelings com- mon at that revealed the fact that they were only marooned in the lake at the side of the road, where Ihey had driven to j water their team. After a two hours' [struggle, with an auto to pull and a .man to leaward to push, they were i finally able to get back to dry land. j Yet they say Lethbridge is a dry town. j The second son of J. C. Perry uf 'Chfn was thrown from a horse a few idays ago and suffered a broken leg. is now at the Gait hospital. f It is great, fun in tlio glorious open air. fragrant with the smell nt" tlie woods and flowers. It is fun to swim and i'isli and hike it over some moun- tain trail, halt" forgotten to the world; it is fun io sit about the camp-fire and spin yarns or watch in silence the glowing embers as one by one they redden, and then die away. These are some ot ihe 'long ago' recreations that are to be found at. camp only, and are awakened only by the refreshing in- fluence. The summer time is a period of moral deterioration, with most boys. Free from the restraint of school and in many cases, of home, ihe boy wan- ders, during the vacation, into paths of wrong-doing, largely because of a lack of directed play-life and a natur- al outlet for the expenditure of his surplus energy. The vacation prob- lem therefore becomes a serious one for both the boy and his parents. Camping offers a solution. A boy in ihe process of growing needs ihe out- doors. He needs room and range. He needs the tonic of the mountains, the woods, the steams; he needs to place himself where nature can get hold of him. He ought to get close to the soil, and be toughened by the sun and rain, wind and cold. Nothing can take their place in the' building up of a boy with robust'health, good blood, firm muscles and' sound nerves, for these are the characters of efficiency. Camping brings out the best in a boy. It also brings out the and keeps it out. It inspires self-reli- ance, manliness and grit. In short it may mean the making- of your boy. Parents! avail yourself of this grand i opportunity and give -yqur boy the j best vacation, he ever-had by letting' him come to Camp Kootenai at Sen- try try, on Sunday, July 30th. Come up for yourselves on visitors' day, (Aug. and sea how camp is conducted. It will in-all probability surprise and j ieiight you. Kfzikom. July Love, who I has come out hen; to look after his local interests, is so well pleased that he will move out his family. His resi- dence is Hearing completion and will be occupied in a few days. The building boom which begun last. October continues unabated. A gentle- man wiio came through hero from Van- couver, Banff, Calgary, etc., stated that he had seen more building here iii one day than he had in the last three years. Herb Stewart bought the interest of Jlr. HfcKenzie in the new livery We understand ilmt Mr. Unit is hav- ing ihe agency for the Ford automo- bile. Mr. Tarquair is here In., the interests of the llacFarlane Hardware company. If lit can secure a site he will build immediately and place a stock. He has looked carefully over the en- tire line and this Is his choice. He is having trouble Hading a good loca- tion. And yon cannot wonder that people who are fortunate enough to have inside lots hold them high. It is rumored that we will have a lodge of the I. O. 0. F. here in the nfjar future. Heeva Peck and Councillor Bartlett motored through here recently. We understand that they ordered consid- erable expenditure on the roads south jof here. Mr. West is In ihe cities for a few days. A church, a Sunday school and a ladies' aid are amongst the latest ad: ditions to town. The price of wheat and the fnir treatment of the farmers by the local elevators is perhaps responsible for the steady stream of wheat coming to town. The grading crews are operating east from Pakowki. This wilt be a decided advantage to us. The Beer Hardware Company ia a welcome improvement. The American Brake Shoe and Iron Castings Co., is erecting a factory in St. Thomas, Ont. Taber, July windfall of has happened to the town of _......._ Taber this week. Owing Io the Reg-! dizzy spells, r.c-i-vous !al Collieries taking over the old He-1 feelings and heat flashes. Now I am J in better health than I ever was and recommend your remedies to all my LENA WYNN, 2812 E, 0 Street, Richmond, Va. While Change of Life is a most crit- ical period of a woman's existence, the annoying symptoms which accompany it may be controlled, and normal health restored by the timely use of Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. Such warning symptoms are senao of suffocation, hot flashes, headaches, backaches, dread of impending evil, timidity, sounds in the ears, palpitation of the heart, sparks before the eyes, irregularities, constipation, variable ap- petite, weakness and inquietude, and dizziness. For these abnormal conditions do not Mamie property. Ihe taxes due the town j for 1013 and were paid over to the town clerk before the property could be moved. This Hum cornea in very! handy ai UIP present time. Moses Johnson, the new provincial t district Inspector of mines, is paying j liis lirfil visit today to the mines in and around Taber. He has made a favorable impres- sion on the opuniMon of the small I mines' and commends the Uegal Col-' Her Co., upon tile rapid work being' done on their new shaft. H. B: CO, TO THE RESCUE London, July ft'is officially an- nounced thai the government ia send- ing (he Antarctic ship, Discoverv to (ho reliof of Shackloton's men nt'Ele phant Island. The- Discovery has boon T placed nt the government's disposal Jail to take Lydia E. Fmkham'i UK; Uniform's Tlay Co., free of cost. table Compound. I Liout. James Kairweather command- ing.- Grape-Nuts (Made in Canada) embodies the nutri- ment of whole-wheat combin- ed with malted barley. This combination gives, it a dis- tinctive, delicious. flavor un- known to foods made from wheat alone. Only selected grain is used In making Grape-Nuts and through skilful processing it conies from the package fresh, crisp, untouched by hand, and ready to eat. Through long baking, the energy producing starches of the grain are made wonder- fully easy of digestion. A dally.rqtlon.of this did food .yields a. marvelous return of health and comfort. "There's a Reason" Sold by Grocers everywhere Canadian Postum Cereal Co., 'Ltd., Windsor, Ont. AUCTION SALE OF H O R SE S FRIDAY, AUGUST AT 1 O'CLOCK SHARP At the Lothbridge Sale Feed Bams 100 Mares and geldings as follows: 1 Matched team of mares, 4 years old, 1400 Ibs. 1 Matched team of grey geldirtgs, 8 old, 3300 Ibs. 1 Matched team of bay geldings, 8 years old 3000 Iba. 24 Mares and oeldinas, all broke to harness, ages from 3 to 9 years, 1200 to 1400 IbsT 2 Mules, 4 years old, 1180 Ibs. 2 Mules, 3 years old, 1180 tbs. 1 Mule, 5 years old, 1100 Ibs. 1 Mule, 2 years old, 1000 Ibs. 21 Mares and geldings, ages from 1 up to 9 yearn. 12 Marcs and geldings, ages from 4 years up to 9 years. All broke to harness. 1 Brown gelding, 6 years old, 1400 Ibs. 1 Bay gelding, 7 years old, 1250 fbi. 1 Brown mare, 7 years old, 1250 1 Gentleman's saddle horse, 5 years old, 1100 Ibs. 1 Chestnut Stallion, 10 years old, Morgan breed. A sure foal getter and broke to harness, 1300 Ibs. 1 Matched team of grey geldings, 2300 Ibs. '.i; 1 Four seated hack. t 1 Set of double team harness, nickel plated, all in good shape. NO RESERVE. TERMS CASH. EVERYTHING MUST BE SOLD, J. A. SMITH, AUCTIONEER. Palace Hotel, Taber A GOOD HOTEL THAT CAN BE RUN WITHOUT A Two New and Spacious Sample Rooms Have Been Added 60 Bedrooms Rates, per day UP-TO-DATE ICE CREAM PARLOR AND SODA FOUNTAIN IN CONNECTION. J. DOBM, Proprlttor. ;