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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - July 24, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta IMOXDAY. .ll'LY 21, TiiK r.F.TiinnTDr.F, daily iir:nALD PAGE FIVE SALE OF USED All .jiis( like iHMV, of j;(mm1 iiiako, in Mahoj;:iny aiwi Wulmil cjisc, cabiiiol d('sij�n. till We have just received a carload from Toronto, your choice at phone 1224 Mr. ,111(1 .Mrii, 'I'Ikih, lOviiiiH liiivo goiio lo OnlM'iii lor ii iiioiil.irH viHll. * �  Mr. IliKlsiiii of Tiilicr spoilt llic week fiiiil with rriciiiils ill tin: city. . * + * �Mr. Miul Wv-.. ,1. Iliiiris iiml clilUl of (^iilKiii'.v. vi:iiliii|' here, w * MiliH Itl.-ichiii 11 liiis colli' to S'irloriii '. for ii visit. *   Mrs. .1. I'). Fitriiii oi" Swivel (jrii-iH Miiiil.. is visilii,;; Willi lii-r imroiils. * * Miss Oriiiii .\ir.\iilil) of CnU^iii-y is till' i^Ui'sl r .\Iis.^ V:ii- i;onil. Xow 1 .1111 entirely -.i>||1he Klicu-inali.sni lias disappe.ipil, and the ler-rihlc pains in my liO'l-. ai.: all j,'oiie. I liope that ot lii'i's, \\ h^. suiter Ire in sindi disln.'isint,' disea.se.s. v.ill try "I'riiila-tive.s". .M.Mi.\MK IS.Mi; KdCIIO.V. .jOe. n box, G for ''i, Iri.il size, At all i]ealcr,-> or sent postpaid by Tniit' a-tiv(i3 LiDiitetl, Utl_v.a. IDE AI COALDALE AUCTION SALE TOMORROW, TUESDAY, AT 2 P.M. AT THE DOMINION BLOCK 0. FOURTH AVE., S If you are wanting an Organ: Call oxainiiio (heiu r write for |)ar(iculars An,^' of these orj;ans will be sold on easy terms Weber Piano Just like new, in Mission finish $265.00 ON EASY TERMS MASON & RISCH BALMORAL BLOCK. V. ir. Ilardiiif.^ of ili.' .Molsoi.'s Hank: roahlalo, July "2. Wml; is now nii-staff U^ft Saltirday lo spend his lioli-'der way on llio ii".v consolidati.'il I days at Haiiff. | school hnildiiiK. I' i. to Ik; of hrick * * * ''four rooms with full lia.iemeni, lo pro-I.iciil. II. .loiics of L'lltli f). S. Hiitl i vide for manual irainiim and domestic talioii. C.alKar.v, is visitiiiK his sister. I sciLMieo departnienis 'I'lie lieiiiielt A;. Mrs. A. C. Uaworlli. tor the week oiid. .While Constriietioii Co of CalKiiry are  �  !the Keiicral coiilracKMs. Mr. I'atersoii of the lied Cross driiK ' ''"''e V. 11. lia.s recently repainted store, has riiliiriied from HiieiidiiiK hi? Us InilldliiKS and tank Ii.t,. and now vacation witli the Alpine Chih -west carpenter Raii>.' eiiKiiKed in mov- of liaiiff. \inv. tho loading platform to a hxalioii � � .rvin(,'. jhere. to he used aloiiu the team iracd; ^ ^ jwhloh in to bo oxiendeil ipiiic a (lis- jtunce further west. The EUi.son MlllinK mid Klevator Company has put In a new coal shed and Ik arranging for a �in.niin bushel iannex to he l)Uilt on tin; east sidi; of .its prOKent elevator. ! Another much needed improvement The Datinhter:- and .Maids of Kntr-�(,,., i,pi,g promoted hv Farm i'ro-land will meet on Tuesday eveniti); at ,,,,,ts, Ltd.. is a t(!n car liav warehouse, jS o'clock in tlie S. (J. 10. hall instead ,|p,,p g,.,,e,. a site has been s(i-Mif Wednesday eveiiiiu; on account of j,j.^ ^^.^^^ ,f ,,. -p.^vior elevator jthe excursion to liroidielt. jj jf, t,,^ hiteinion lo build this I ... fall. i Mr. and Mrs. ,1. U. Oliver and fain-j There will bo a harvest picnic li(=ld ily left today for lianll. wlnn-n Mr. I here on Wednesday. Au^nst L'nd. lie-: Oliver will sjieiid a two weeks' vaca- ing the annual Dominion Ikiy celelira-Wion and Mrs. (Miver and the family: lion wliicli was postponed on acH'otint wil remain for a month. 'd' rain. 'We'dnescbn afternoon will HIGH-CLASS FURNITURE, DRAPERIES, and HOUSEFURNISHINGS 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 .Miss (Ihidys Dowikm' returned yes-; terday from a vacation siviii on tlie' J coast during wliicli she visited \'an-1. e luver, \'ictoria. and Prince lliipert, rctnrniiig via lOdiuoiitoii. A TALK TO PARENTS I Contributed). It i.s great fun in the glorlou.i opi^n I air, fragrant with the smell of the woods and flowers. It i.s fun to swim and fish and hike it over some nionn-tain trail, half forgotten to the world; it Is fun to 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 mm CONTINUES ROGRESS 1 he a holiday in Letliliridge and a large j some of the 'long ago' recreations that Maclcod, .hily 21.-On Tuesday at the ranch ot Joe .Mills, about three miles from .\Iacleod. Iliruin �.Milks, a lad of about Hi years, son of the own-:ir of the ranch, was kicked to death liy a horse. The dei.'eused boy was loading a horse by a pieiie of wire with his father walking a few paces )ehlnd. Mr. .Mills suddenly saw his ooy fall over and tlu? horse starting :,o run away, Uraggiug the boy with t. Before tho fiither could Interfere he horse had kicked I he boy on lite load, the force of the blow breaking -ho heart imtl killing him instantly. GREEK ON SM -Mr. and IMrs. Olaiiilville and lam-'^�^l�--cted from there. One un-ilv of Lcthbridge. Alberta, who are^''^""' feature on the program will be bolldaviiig at ICnglish ikiv, are tne i" ^''''^''P '�'"'�'"''"K "'�'' oi'^" to all. guests of Madame i.ev(dlie. on Seventh I'^"y""" lin^'i'ie 'licy would like :iireel.-.-The Columbian. .\ew West-:'" cuter shtnikl call up .Air. .lolin Dav-niinster. lidsoti, who has charge ot this event.  * �� I Mr. and Mrs. Ileighes are enjoying a visit from their daughter. Mrs. L. S. land, B. C. Her three daughters are , with her. Mr. Cokoly is now en- Fernie, ,Tuly 24.--(Special lo the 'Heraldl.-All tho miners working in the Coal Creek Mine of the Crow's Nest Pass C^oal Co. with the exception the men went on strike because of a local condition, and not because of the refusal of the operators to grant the ten per cent increase in wages asked by the U. M. W. of A. District No. IK. The strike I.s being considered by tb executive ot the .Mine Workers their sesaloii today Jlrs. .Mary Stewart amiounces tho i engicgeiiieiit of her youngi.'st daughter. Ktlud Lillian lo Mr. William l-klward I Simpson, oiilv son of .Mr, and Mrs. , . . . 1). A. Simpson, of Lethbridge. The !''aK"' I" �''"y V"''"' ''"�t'"''''' marriage will lake idace iptietly on P�� *'f . August Sth at iMlmonlon. ,^ I"' f "li'"''"' ''""'"VS ed on the Friday morning tram. 'I hose * * * from here were .Mr. and Mrs. Faw- Miss .Tessie Ihuci' is visiting Mrs. :cett, Mr. iind Mrs. Gould, Mrs. Ii. S. ("has. McKillop. intli street south. Miss j Pawson, Jliss Florence .McDowell, Airs. Hruce is a finnier resident of Leth-jT. B. Dunham and Miss McCormick. A real good Iinn> is reported, circle;;. With her sister she left about i The heavy rain of last week came six years ago to take up a mission at'just at the right time and assures an-Swaii Lake Ki^serve. .Manitoba. Slie: other bumjier grain crop. The weals now visiting here on her holidays. � ther during the past few weeks has � , ., I boon unusually good for haying opera- Dr. Conybeare and Mrs. C.mybeare i has been put at; left this afternmm for Porlland, Ore.,:"P; of splendid duality and is 'where Dr. Conybeare will attend the ^'"�'K ^'''^^ ^''^pe than Pointing Out- again that from every viewpoint of Printing Service the weight of argument tells you to Phone The Herald for a man to look after your wants. supreme lodge of the Knights of pytli-las. Afterwiirds they will visit Vancouver, Victoria and other coast cities. During their absence from I hi their residence will be occuiiiod by H. J. Gordon and lamily, who have recently arrived from Fdinonlon. HEAT FLASHES, DIZZY, NERVOUS Mrs. Wynn Tells How Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound Helped Her DuringChange of Life. Richmond, Va.-"After taking seven bottles of Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound 1 feel like a new woman. I always had u headache during tho Change of Life and was also troubled with other bad feelings common at tliat tim� - dizzy spells, noi-vous feelings and heat flashes. Now I am in better health ' than I ever wa,s and recommend your remedies to all my friends. " - Mrs.Lena wvnn, 2812 E, 0 Street, Richmond, Va. ! While Cliange of Life is a most crit-I ical period of a woman's existence, the I annoying Bymptoms which accompany I it may be controlled, and normal health I restored by tho timely use of Lydia E. I Pinkham's Vegetable Compound, Such warning symptoms are a sonso of sufl'ocation, hot flashes, headaches, backaches, dread of impending evil, timidity, sounds in the oars, palpitation of the heart, sparks before the eyes, irregularities, constipation, variablo appetite, weakness and inquietude, and dizziness. For these abnormal conditions do not fail to take Lydia E, Pinkham's Vegetable Compound, for several years past. The Brown and Honeysett families are enjoying a visit from Mr. and .Mrs. citV''''' ^'' f"^'""^" daughter ot Spo- � i kane. I A wild rumor was in circulation here i last week to the effect that several of I our best known people wore coullned at the Provincial Jail but investigation revealed the fad that they were only marooned in the lake at the side of Itho road, where they had driven to j water thoir team. After a two hours' i struggle, with an auto to pull and a man to leaward to push, they were , (Inally able to get back to dry land, j Yet they say Lethbridge is a dry town. Tho second son of J. C. Perry of Chin was thrown from a horse a few Idiiys ago and suffered a broken leg. ! lie is now at the Gait hospital. are to be found at camp only, and aro awakened only by the refreshing influence. The summer time Is a period of moral deterioration, with most boys. Free from the restraint of sr-hool and in many cases, of lionie. the boy wanders, during the vacation, into jiaths of wrong-doing, largely because of a lack of directed jilay-life and a natural outlet for tho expenditure of his surplus (Miergy. The vacation problem therefore becomes a serious one I'm' both the hoy and his parents. Camping offers a solution. A boy in ilie process of growing needs the outdoors. Ho needs room and range. lie needs the tonic of tho mountains, the woods, the steams; he needs to place lilmaelf where nature can got 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 hoy with robust health, good blood, firm muscles and souiul nerves, for those are the characters of efficieucy. Camping brings out the best in a hoy. It also brings out the worst- and keeps it out. It inspires self-reliance, manliness and grit. In short it nuiy mean the making of your boy. Parents! avail yourself of this grand opportunity and give your boy the best vacation- he ever had by letting him come to Camp Kootenai at Sen-trytry, on Sunday, .Inly ;!Oth. Come up for yourselves on visitors' day, I Aug. ilth), and see how camp is couduclod. It will in all probability surprise and delight you. is having trouble finding a good location. And you cannot wonder that people who aro fortunate enough to have inside lots hold them high. It is rumored that we will have a lodge of the 1. 0. O. F. here in Iho near future. Reeve Peck and Councillor Bartlott nuMored through hero recently. "We tniderstand that they ordered consid-erahlo oxpeaditurc on the roads south ot here. Mr. West Is in Ihe cities tor a tow days. A church, a Siuiday school and a ladles' aid are amongst tho latest additions lo town. The price of wheat and the fair treatment of tho farmers by the local elevators is jxnhaps responsible for the steady stream of wheat coming to l':izikoni, .July 22.--Mr. Love, who has come out here to look after his local interests. Is so well pleased that he will move out bis family. His residence is Hearing completion and will be occujiied in a fmv days. The building boom whicli boguii last October continues unabated. A gentleman who came through here from Vancouver, BanlT. Calgary, etc., .stated that he had seen more building here in one day tlian be had in the last three years. l-Ierb Stewart bought the interest of j .Mr. .McKonzie in the now livery barn. town. The grading crews are operating east from I'akowki. This will be a We understand that Mr. Rutl is having tho agency for the Ford automobile. Mr. Tanpiiir is here in the interests of the .MacFarlane Hardware company. If he tan secure a site he will buiid immediately and place a $L''>,00ll stock. Ho has looked ciiretully over the entire lino and this is his choice. decided advantage to us. Tho Beer Hardware Company is welcome improvement. The American Brake Shoe and Iron Castings Co., Is erecting a factory in Ho St. Thomas, Ont. AUCTION SALE OF N MS N OLD MINE Taber, ,Tuly 21.-A windfall of a $1000 has happened to tho town of Tabor this week. Owing lo tho Hog-] al ColUorios taking over the old Re-' liance property, the taxes duo the town for and 1!>M wore paid over to tbn town clerk before the property could he moved. 'Phis sum comes in very handy a! the present time. MosoH .lohnson, the new ijfovlncial district Inspector of mines, is paying his llrsi visit today lo the mines in and around T.ihor. Ho has made a I'avorahlo impros-siim on the operation of the small mines' and commends the Uogal Col-lior Co., upon lite rapid work being dono on their now shaft. H, B, CO. TO THE RESCUE Lomlon, .luly 2;!.-It is officially announced lliat Ihe govorument Is Bonding Ihe ,\ntarctio ship. Discovery lo tho rolluf of Shiickioton's men at Klc phant Island. The Discovery has boon placed at the government's disposal iiy Ihe Hudson's Hay Co., free of cost, Lloul. .Ininos Fairweather command. Grape-Nuts (Made in Canada) embodies the full, rich nutriment of whole-wheat combined with malted barley. This combination gives it a distinctive, delicious flavor unknown to foods made from wheat alone. Only selected grain Is used In making Grape-Nuts and through skilful processing It comes from the package fresh, crisp, untouched by hand, and ready to eat. Through long baking, the energy producing starches of the grain are made wonderfully easy of digestion, A dally .ration,of this splendid food yields a . marvelous return of health and comfort. "There's a Reason'^ Sold by Grocers everywhere Cniindiait Poslum Coroal C;o, 'Ltd., Windsor, Onl. HORSES FRIDAY, AUGUST 4, 1916 AT 1 O'CLOCK SHARP At the Letlibrldg-e Sale & Feed Barns 100 Mares and geldings as follows: 1 Matched team of mares, 4 years old, 1400 lbs. 1 Matched team of grey geldings, 8 year* old, 3300 lbs. 1 Matched team of bay geldings, 8 years old 3000 lbs. 24 Marea and geldings, all broke to harness, ages from 3 to 9 yean, 1200 to 1400 lbs. 2 Mules, 4 years old, 1180 lbs, 2 Mules, 3 years old, 1180 lbs, 1 Mule, 5 years old, 1100 lbs, 1 Mule, 2 years old, 1000 lbs, 21 Mares and geldings, ages from 1 up to 9 years. 12 Mares and geldings, ages from 4 years up to 9 years. All broke to harness. 1 Brown gelding, 6 years old, 1400 lbs. 1 Bay gelding, 7 years old, 1250 lbs, 1 Brown mare, 7 years old, 1250 lbs. 1 Gentleman's saddle horse, 5 years old, 1100 lbs. 1 Chestnut Stallion, 10 years old, Morgan breed, A sure foal getter and broke to harness, 1300 lbs. 1 Matched team of grey geldings, 2300 lbs, 1; 1 Four seated hack. , j 1 Set of double team harness, nickel plated, all In good shape. NO RESERVE. TERMS CASH, EVERYTHING MUST BE SOLD. J. A. SMITH, xViC TIONKEK. Palace Hotel, Taber A GOOD HOTEL THAT CAN BE RUN WITHOUT A BAR- Two New and Spacious Sample Rooms Have Been Added 60 Bedrooms Rates, $3.00 per day UP-TO-DATE ICE CREAM PARLOR AND SODA FOUNTAIN IN CONNECTION. J. D0BB8, Proprietor, ;