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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - July 21, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE TEN THE LETHBRIDGE DATLT HERALD RHEUMATISM WAS i FARMERS SEE MOST SEVERE WHEAT and ntd from Supt. Fairfield nnd hla courteous staff of assistants. Today's excursion Is from High River via Maeleort. t>f�Mlfal P�in� Alt The Time Until H* Took "FRUIT-A-TIVES ". mr. lampson Verona, Ont., \ov. Ilth., 1015. "I sufTrrpd for a number of years [with Rhtumctism and severe Pains in [Side and Back, from strains and heavy lifting. When I had pircn op hope of ever 'being well again, a friend recommended i" Kruit-a-tivcs " to me and after using the first box I Jell so much better that I continued to take them, and now I am enjoying the beat of heath, thank* to your remedy ". W. M. LAMPSON. If you--who are reading this - have any Kidney or Bladder Trouble, or suffer with Rheumatism or Pain In Tha iWk or Stomach Trouble-give "Fruit-a-tives" a fair trial. This wonderful fruit meSicine �will do you a world of Rood, as if cures when everything else foils. 50c. a box, 6 for $2.50, trial sixe, 25c. At dealers or sent postpaid on receipt of price by Fruit-a-tiTea limited, Ottawa. FOLLOWING HIS TRADE The police In a certain western town made a raid upon a club where gambling was suspected. The names and addresses of those caught on the premises were taken and in due course the offenders were summoned to apear in court. One of the offenders on being asked what trade he followed, replied: "I am a blacksmith." "What were you doing when the police entered?" "Well, your honor," came the answer, "I was just making a bolt for the door."-Baltimore American. TWO KINDS "There are players and players." "Explain yourself." "One kind plays to many a full house and never gets a hand; the other'plays many a hand and never gets a full house." (Continued fuom Fkojjt Page) j at the top ot the head In the wheat I which may not fill well. Shrivelled i wheat may be expected this fall unless the most favorable weather con-! ditions from now till the harvest � exist. I Oats at the farm arc much the same, j as the spring wheat. All depends on | whether or not it rains. There aro ! stands which would make 7;"> bushels ! with good rains which will make less \ than 40 without rain. Klax is more of nu unknown quantity. It puts its | roots down farther. The early flax is well podded. All depends on the weather for filling. Hay crops at the farm elicited much praise from the visitors. Excellent stands are to be seen on every hand. Interested in Trees. There was more than the usuril Interest in the trees which are everywhere grown about tho farm. The annual excursions are creating; in the farmers and their families a desire to beautify their homes. Windbreaks and hedges at tho farm are looking exceedingly well. One hedge ot" Manitoba maples has made wonderful growth during the past two years. After the tour about tho farm, the visitors gathered under the trees near the buildings, where Supt. Fairfield and his assistants offered to answer any questions which might be asked. Intelligent questions were in order and much of benefit was learned by those present. S. S. Dunham, vice-president of the v. F. A. also addressed the audience on the importance of tho organization and ot co-operation among tho farmers. Crops on New Line. Investigation by the Herald from the visiting farmers elicited the information that tho crops along tho Lethbridge-Weyburn line are about the same as in other districts oast and south of tho city. South of Etzi-kom there has been more rain than in any other part of the district along the line and the crops are still stand-j ing the drought without much show ! of burning. However, all crops are burning to a greater or less extent at the roots and rain is urgently needed. The ladies of the Red Cross Society have had a harvest at the Farm during the excursions. Jlrs. Fairley is convenor of the committee in charge of the refreshments assisted by Mrs. Kellogg and other willing workers. There are three booths serving lunches with fresh strawberries off the farm, soft drinks, ice cream and a candy stall In charge ot Mrs. Doe. Mrs. Ritchie and Mrs. Hessey are in charge of a Red Cross stall were donations for the funds of ] the society are being received. Receipts are over ?100 a day and the ladies are greatly pleased. They aro receiving the utmost consideration (From Our Own correspondent) Nobieford. July 20.-The post ofTlce and implement shed belonging to F. \V. Hunt, have been having a coat of paint put on them this week by K. M. Swailes. On Thursday last there was hold a farewell dance nt. Newiands to bid good-bye to J. Kep, who has recently joined the A.S.C. A good company was out and during tho course of the evening Mr. Kep was presented with a wrist watch as a farewell offering from his numerous friends in the New-lands and Kelio districts. The ladles nt these districts took advantage jf the dance to sell lee cream, the proceeds of which were for the Hod Cross purposes. The local baseball team went off to Cnrmangay last Friday to try conclusions with that team. They took a good crowd of fans with them, but by the score that was run up against them they might as well have stopped at home and let the Carmangay aggregation loop round the diamond by themselves. With a score of 10 to 0 the local boys will think that they should have a lot more praetico before they challenge another tenm. Mr. Kilpatrick, the local manager, was called away to Olds on Saturday on account of tho serious illness of his sister-in-law. Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Hetzol arrived here Saturday to look after the Interests in this section. . They have had j a very pleasant trip to the States but think after all that Southern Alberta is the place. The pantry sale which was organized by the Ladies' Aid and which was held last Saturday was a great success. All the goods that wore sent in were disposed of and in addition a good sale was made of ice cream. The total proceeds amounted to about |30. Mr. and Mrs. Stewart left here on Wednesday for an extended visit to various points In the States. They will proceed first to Minot, N.D.. and afterwards paid visits to other places.] From letters that have been receiv- j ed from the old country the food shortage there must he pretty bad. In all the hotels they have to have notices put up stating just how much food they are able to serve each cus- j tomer. Out here where wo have so much the amount seems to be very meagre, each person is allowed 5 oz. of meat, 2 oz. of bread and 2-7 of an oz. of sugar. Then each hotel and cafe has to keep a register of how many meals they serve and also the amount of food that they have in hand at the end of each week. This is cheeked by the government so that there is no possibility of any waste. If measures like that wore put Into force here what would the people say? On Tuesday the teachers and officials of the Sunday school held a meeting to consider the question of a pic- SATURDAY, JULY 21, 1917 FRUIT SALT Famou* for Forty year* Settle* the Stomach Stimulates the Liver Strengthen* Digestion Purifies the Blood so Hi nlc for the scholars. It was decided to have it next week to go down to the river bottom. Arrangements were made to take tho children in auto cars ami to give them a good time generally. C. Colquetto of the Grain Growers Guide of Winnipeg, paid a short visit to the office of the Noble Foundation Limited, on Wednesday afternoon to get. some particulars of how the office and various farms connected with tho company were run. lie also took a trip over the Grand View farm belonging to the Foundation and expressed himself as very pleased with everything that ho saw. He stated that the crops in the district were as good if not better than any that ho had yet seen in his tour. The farmers' train to the Experimental Farm at Lethbridge which was run on Thursday was well patronized by tho people from this district. They all reported a very good time spent at the farm. The funeral of a. Decker who died last Friday at Coalhurst was held on Thursday from the family residence south of Xobleford, There was a good congregation to show respect to his memory nnd many expressions of sympathy were heard at his untimely end. Mrs. a. II. Benoit, who has been away for about two months visiting friends in the east, returned home this week. The baseball team, who are playing Barons today at their great field day-took a large crowd of fans with them to cheer them on to victory. USURPING ALL PLEASURE8 Vexation and grief struggled for mastery in Gertrude's soul. "Mother, do come out and speak to Freddy," she said. "He's treading on all tho ants in the garden." "How very unkind!" said mother. "Yes, that's what I,'ve told him," said Gertrude, "but ho won't let me tread on a single one."-Chicago Herald. TENDERS FOR THE ENGINEERING SHOP AT THE INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY AND ARTS, CALGARY, ALBERTA PRESBYTERIAN Knox Church Corner 4th Ave. and 8th Street S. Rev. Capt. A. H. Denoon, Pastor ' Rev. W. F. Burnt, Acting Pattor. Regular services at 11 a.m. and 7.30 p.m. 10 a.m.: Boys Department. 12.30 a.m. Big Sisters' Bible Class. 2.00 p.m.: Big Brothers' Bible Class. 1.00 p.m.: Other Departments of Sunday School * p.m.: Chinese Class. THE UNITED CHURCH OF NORTH LETHBRIDGE METHODIST Wesley Church Sunday school at 10 a.m. 11 a.m.: "Yoked for Service." Adult Bible Classes ,1 o'clock. 7.30: "Cleansed as They Went." CHRISTIAN SCIENCE Rev. e. J. Hodglns, B.A., Pastor 1271 5th Ave. N. Phone 1659 10 a.m.: Children's Class Meeting. 11 a.m. Topic: "The Home." 2.00 p.m.: Beginners and Primary Depts. of the S. S. 3.15: Other Depts of tho S. S. 7.30 Topic: "The Church a Home." First Church of Christ Scientist Hull Block, 7th Street S. Sunday Service at 11 a.m. Subject: "Life." Sunday School at tho close of the morning service. Wednesday Evening, Testimony meet lag at 8 p.m. The reading room Is open daily except Sunday and legal holidays, from 3 to 5 p.m. Here, the bible and authorized Christian Science literature may be read, borrowed or purchased. The public Is cordially Invited to attend the church services, also to visit the reading room. ANGLICAN St. Cyprian's Church Car. 11th Street and 8th Ave. South. Rev. Canon W. V. McMiilen, B.A, Rector Matins-11 a. m. Sunday School and Bible Classes, 3 p.m. EVENSONG 7.30 p.m. Holy Communion-1st and 3rd Sundays at 8.00; 2nd and 4th Sundays at 11 a.m. Baptism-4th Sundays at 4 p.m. Christian Church Cor. 3rd Ave. and 8th St. S. Prank A. Andrews, Minister. Residence, 806 7th St. S. Phone 1547. 10.30 a.m.: Bible School followed by Preaching and Communion. Subject: "Transformation." 6.30 p.m.: C. E. Meeting. 7.30: Preaching. Subject: "What Is Religion?" SALVATION ARMY Services Held at the Citadel, 6th St. Sunday-It a.m., Holiness Meeting', S p.m. Praise Meeting and 7.30 Sal vatlon Meeting, Wask Night*-Monday, 8 p.m., Pub-He Meeting. Thnnday, 8 p.m. Salvation Meeting Citadel band In attendance. Saturday. 8 pm. free and easy BMtttta*. Everybody Welcama PENTECOSTAL Pentecostal Mission (Apostolic Faitr.) Fifth Avenue North Elder Geo. F. DeElllon, Pastor Sunday at 11 a.m. and l.'M p.m. Tuesday and Thursday at S p.m. Uev. C. M. Neve, with Evangelist II. Marshall will bo with us and speak at these meetings. (God has blessed us and wants to dIcsh you. Come ivnd get to know more of God.) IDivine Healing. Jesus Is Coming Soon. A UBAIU'Y. WKLCUU E TO ALA, BAPTIST First Baptist Church Cor. 3rd Ave. and 9th St. 8. Rev. C. Baker, Patter Services at 11 a.m. and 7.30 p.m. A.M. Subject: "The Clearing of the Mists." P.M. Subject: The evening service Is not dispensed with as reported to be. Both services will bo conducted by the pastor who will speak on the subject given for last Sunday; "The Missing Element In Modern Life.' All Are Welcome. CHRISTADELPHIANS Meet In tho Moose Hall, H'.glnbotham Block, Entrance 5th St. and 2nd Avenue South Wednesdays: 8 p.m., Flble Clas3. Sundays at 10 a.m. to commemorate the Lord's Death, and at 7.30 p.m. to proclaim the glad tidings of tho Kingdom of God. Subject: "Will the Righteous Be Rewarded in Heaven or on Earth?" All Seats Free No Collection LATTER DAY SAINTS Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints Corner 7th Ave. and 12th St. 8. Sunday School-10.30 a.m. Sacrament Meeting-2 p.m. Primary association-Saturday 3 p.m. Relief Society-Tuesday 2 p.m. Visitors Always Welcome. Bishop Ceo. W. Geen, 1016 2nd Ave. South. Phons 1433. BELIEVERS Burgman's Hall, 418 13th St. North. Believers assemble on the Lord's Day for tho Breaking of Bread at ' 11 a.m. Bunday School at 3 p.m. Gospel Preaching at 7.30 p.m. Sealed tenders addressed to the undersigned, and endorsed "Tenders for the Construction of Engineering Shop at the Institute of Technology and Arts, Calgary," which tender shall include the steam heating, will bo received up to 12 o'clock noon August Gth, 1917. Full particulars may be had at the ofllce of the provincial architect. Parliament Buildings, Edmonton, or at the office of the Department ot Public Works, Calgary. An accepted cheque made payable to the Minister of Public. Works for the sum of ten dollars ($10.00) will bo required from each contractor taking out plaii3 and specifications for this work as a guarantee that they will put in a bona fide tender and return plans and specifications. Each tender must be accompanied by an accepted cheque payable at par, Edmonton, to the Minister of Public Works to the amount of five (5%) percent, of tho tender. Should the contract bo awarded tho successful bidder shall be required to execute a guarantee bond on an approved Surety company to the amount of twenty (20%) percent, of the tender, as a guarantee of the faithful fulfilment of his contract. The cheques of the unsuccessful bidders will be returned within six days after the contract is awarded. The right is reserved to reject any or all bids or to waive any dofect. Ij. c. chahl-esworth. Deputy Minister of Public Works. Dated at Edmonton this 17th day of July, 1917. Unauthorized insertion of this advertisement will not be paid for. Ad. l. LETHBRIDGE SCHOOL DIS-TRICT NO. 51 Painters and Decorators Tenders marked "Tender for Blat-Ing Hyloplate" will be received by the undersigned until July 31st, for slating approximately 919 sq. ft. Hyloplate at llar'Hoville and Westminster schools. Specifications and further Information may be obtained on application to the Secretary's office in Central school. JOHN If. FLEETWOOD, Secretary-Treasurer. 185-3 NOTICE The undersigned will not be responsible for any debts accumulated by Mrs. c. Sewerd, having left my bed and board. , N. B7 SEWERD, Magrath, Alta. 186-6 REV. SALTZMAN LEAVES THE CITY Hebrew Rabbi Returning to His Former Charge at Kansas City Rev. Aaron Saltzman, who has been Hebrew minister hero alnco February last, Is leaving again for his former charge at Kansas City, where he was located from 1!M2 to 1315. When ho came to I.cthbridge, ho was considerably In doubt as to his remaining hern, but decided to stay for a tlmo. He has found the climate rather hard for his henltli, and has decided to go back to his former charge. On his return trip ho will go by way of the oast, and will deliver lectures In Winnipeg, Toronto, I'eterboro, Ont., nnd Chicago, and will afterwards spend a month with his sister in Now York, after which he will go to Kansas City, reaching there about tho middle of September. Speaking of his residence here, Rev. Mr. Saltzman has nothing but praise for everyone he has known, and speaks particularly of the kindness of A. Wyman and family. He says he Is not sorry for tho time he has spent In the west and during his lectures in the east, when he speaks of the west ho. says he will feel more at home He has an admiration for the people of Lethbridge, having in mind the question once put to Rabbi Hillel by Aden: "If you will teach me nil the Uible in a second of time I will be-como a Jew." The rabbi replied that the entire meaning of the Bible could be summed up in the words, "Love thy neighbor as thyself." This does not mean neighbors of tho same religion, but all neighbors. "I leave Lethbridge with the hope that peace will soon come to the world," said Mr. Saltzman, "and victory for the allies, which means a victory for the Jews. Tho allies must be victorious for they have promised Palestine to the Jews, and you know in the olden times when a king promised the Jews anything it always came OPEN After Vacation Aug. 1 WE MAKE Passport Photos Which will be given customers promptly. Allison'sPhoto Studio BALMORAL BLOCK The Simple Beauty Of tho stones shown here will surely appeal to the senso of Kood tasto of those who visit God's acre. Wo are quite ready and more than willing to show designs of monuments which vary from tho very simple to tho most ornate and to arrange for the erection of the one Holeetod for a moderate consideration. Lethbridg* Monumental and Cut Stone Work* R. Needs, Prop. 8th Street 8. Kriinibles Grearo^TitilkL 01* fruit juice, and a special treat with henries* sliced peaches ov bananas-. 11? Ijo6Ic for