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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 30, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE EIGHT THE LETHBRinGK DAILY IIKRAU) FRIDAY, .TUNE 30, 19K Add More Home To the House Yon cnn transform your porch into n t-ool. sliadv. secluded trnthering' place for all the 'amity by completely equipping it with Aero- Inx No-Whip Porch Shades. These-shades shut out the situ while letting1 in plenty of light and air. They make any porch an ideal summer outdoor sleeping room. Shades made in sizes to fit any porch op- ening. Thop in and see our Aerolux display, or telephone for a man to take the measure- ments of your porch. Everything for the porch. BAWDENBROS. LETHBRIDGE'S GREATEST HOME FURNISHERS, 703 3RD AVENUE SOUTH The following regulations ID con- nection with the now Liquor Act to come into effect on July 1st. have been authorized by the Lieiitemuit-Gover- nor-in-Coimcil: of Officers (fO Any police officer, policeman, constable or inspector under Tlie U- Act shall for purpose ot pre- venting? or detecting the violation of any 01' the provisions of the Act which it is .his duty to enforce. ai any time have the right to enter into any and place wherein liquors are sold reputed to be sold tor where he believes that liquors are kept for sale contrary to the provisions of the Acti and to make searches in every i thereof and or the premises connected i therewith as he ;iuiy think necessary for the purpose aforesaid t and for 'such purpose may with such assist- ance ;is he deems expedient break jopen any door, lock or fastening of j such premises or auy part thereof of i any closet, cupboard, box or other receptacle which might contain li- tltior.) Seizure of Liquor la) Any justice if satisfied by Infor- j mat ion on the oath of any police of- i ficer. policeman, constable or inspect- I or that there is reasonable ground for belief that auy spirituous or fer- men ted liquor is being kept contrary to the provisions of The Liiiuor Act in any house or place within his jur- isdiction may grant a warrant under his hand by virtue whereof it shall he lawful for the person named in such warrant at any time or times within ten days from the date thereof to en- ter if need lie by force the place nam- ed in the warrant anil every part thereof and of the premises connect- ed therewith and to examine the same and search for liquor therein and for such purpose such person may J if necessary with such assistance as he deems expedient break open any j door, lock, or fastenings of such preni-1 isea or any part thereof or oL any closet, cupboard, box or other article suspected to contain any such liquor, tbi When any police officer, police- man, constable or inspector in making or attempting to make any search under or in pursuance of the author- ity conferred by The Liquor Act or Regulations hereiimler, or under the warrant mentioned in This section finds in any place any liquor which in his opinion is unlawfully kept for j sale or disposal contrary to this Act DYSPEPSIA OF WOMEN Special Treatment Required Many women suffer from a form o indigestion or dyspepsia which does no yield to ordinary treatment. While tht symptoms are similar to those of ordi nary indigestion, yet the medicines usually prescribed do not restore patient's normal condition. There seems to bo a kind of dyspepsia caused by derangement, of the female organism. While this appears to bo the same as ordinary indigestion it can bo relieved only by a medicine which, sides acting as a stomach tonic, is gooc for female ailments. Read what such a medicine did for Mrs. Williams She I began taking Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com- pound I was trou- bled with dyspepsia and bearing down pains in my back and sides, and after my meals my atom ach would bloat up till I could scarcely get my breath. At times I was so weak I could hardly stand on my feet and I looked hollow-eyed and my skin was yellow. Now I have a good color; have gained in every way and can do my work without any pains. I think it is the best medicine on earth for stomach troubles of wo- Mrs. NELLIE WILLIAMS, 31 West 3d Street, New Albany, Ind. transmitted to the Provincial Treasurer. (k) If the liquor so seized is ad- dressed or consigned to some person outside the Province of Alberta the same shall be kept for a period of thirty ctOl days after seizure and no prosecution shall be necessary in res- pect thereto and if the owner cannot prove that said liquor was not being shipped In contravention oC this" Act the same may he disposed of under the direction of the Attorney General. Certificate of Analyst In any prosecution under The Liquor Act or amendments thereto or reg- ulations made thereunder, production by a police .policeman, con- stable or inspector, or by a witness for the prosecution of a certificate or report signed or .purporting to !be signed by a Dominion or Provincial analyst as to the analysis or ingred- ients or any liquor or other flu id-or any compound or substance such cer- PROIT FROXT PAGE) an important matter was that one delegate t) BO that grass aud leguminous crops mav be used iu their turn, thus restor- ing fibre to the soil and checking Mr. Stephens gave a number of grass mixtures which are working out well on the Claresholm farm, and in the grass mixtures western rye plays an important part. Alfalfa in rows is also finding a place on dry land. Mr. Stephens is also au advocate of good' ploughing and thinks the old- time ploughing matches so famous in Ontario and Manitoba might Veil be Jntroduc.ed here. J G Hooper oi the school staff, took the delegates down to the labora- _ torr sud there specimens, dis- cussed the identification And habits.of -Alberta's'-Eosiious -weeds. That-1 identi- from the north did not know the per- melon's stmkweed and took a sample to the fanners of his dis- that might guard against it. also told inspectors that a the Dominion Experimental at Brandon had counted tee weed seeds m a good big tumbling mustard plant and found over tf geeds That, plant IB worth guarding Vagainbt 3Ir Hooper-also dealt with rnsts and srniit and also with poison- weeds such as loco, crazy weed, hemlock and poisonous iark- Hie talk should "do much to fdueate the inspectors so that they ta'n pass on valuable information to the farmers J D Smith superintendent o! the and branch, arrived on time for the lost session also and gave aji interesting talk on eradication He said every inspector should ADOW the names of the 21 prin- upal noxious iseeds how to claseify them and the general rule to be fol- lowed in eradicating them. These rules would have to be modified for :the different districts for there are about 12 different climates and soils the province, and a rule that will >Vork 'in one place will not another though the general rule is ihe game The 21 kind of weeds most ram- pant in Alberta are divided into 17 T, annuals and winter annuals, one bi- ennial and three perennials. The me- trad of attacking the former is to '_ km This be done by, frequent cultivation. Cultivate to the seeds growing, kill the young pjant before it goes to seed. If there is seed in the ground as in the case weed, keep turning the land over, ploughing different depths until all'.the.seed has germinated and it all been killed; It ,might be well to grass part of the land so as to-allow making the fight on the rest. In the case of a. biennial, if it is cat off below the ground in the second year st should not trouble am more. The perennials probabH hardest tn deal witii Tllese include sow Canadian thistle and blue all been found unsatisfactory, sahl the Justice making such conviction. Mr. Smith. At the, conclusion a round may In and by the said conviction or table conference was held when weed j a separate and subsequent order Inspectors gave ihelr own experiences declare the said liquor and vessels with their own problems. The eon- or thereof to be to ventlon has been a great success. The !His -Majesty to be sold or otherwise inspectors know their work ami du- j disposed ot as the Attorney General ties better than ever before and are ma-v and the proceeds ot any therefore belter equipped to go out I such sale shall be forthwith traas- among-the farmers of the south and j to the Provincial Treasurer to help In the fight against the farmer's Part of lhe general revenue fund. lirst enemy. Important Resolutions On Wednesday evening the ic) Where a police o nicer, police- man, constable or inspector finds liquor in transit or in course of de- gov-, livery upon the-premises, of any rail- ernment inspectors met in one of the I Way company, or at any wharf, rail- rooms of the Demonstration school way station express office, warehouse way for the purpose of discussing; the ad- or other place and believes that such visabiiity oi petitioning the legisla- hiquor is to be sold or kept for sale hire for aoi increased appropriation jn contravention of this Act, he may for weed destruction. j forthwith without warrant seize, and Mr. L. T- Grady was appointed to remove the same. the chair and E. J. Taylor as secre- tary lor recording the minutes of the meeting. The following resolution was sub- mitted for discussion by Mr. J. AV. Goddard; Whereas weT (Tie Government Weed Inspectors of Alberta deem the ent amount allowed the Weed Dep; ment insufficient to handle weeds growing on unoccupied lands of non- resident owners- therefore be it re- solved, (1) That we strongly urge upon our provincial government the neces- (dj If any police officer, policeman constable, or inspector believes thai liquor intended for sale or to he kept for sale in violation of this Act is contained in any vehicle on a public highway or elsewhere or is conceal- ed upon the lands of any person, such fconstable or ithout warrant to search for such liquor wherever he may suspect it to be and if need be by force and may "seize and remove any liquor found and the vessels in which the same is kept. (e) Where liquor has been seized IP pres- police officer, policeman, fconstal Depart- inspector shall have power w sity of setting apart for the purpose under Subsections .ici or tfFthei IJieBe ghbv from both i the wide spreading loots. ..ft tha, jMmt above-ground it goes to Jflnd ploughed seconded by Mr. Baird that a motion of thanks be'tendered Mr. nine as assistant weed superintendent, for the generous assistance and support af- forded by him to the iocal inspectors shortly'after which adjournment took place. On the same evening the mimic ir- resolution. The Act now staled that farmers shall not sell seed grain containing more than a small percent- age of noxious weeds. The inspec- tors ashed that the clause be car- ried to its logical conclusion and that farmera he restrained from sowing impure seed under penalty of-a flnp. The government will be asked to em- body thin in the act when amended next session. as "upon a complaint or information made this Act. i) If W person claims to be the e lUjuor or if the magis- vs a claim and finds that that Ktich liquor was or kept for sale in contra- owner ol lie trate it wig to bfl vention of of the provisions of this- Act le may order that .such liquor and vessels containing the same shall be forfeited to His Majesty to he soU or otherwise dealt with in such as'nhe Attorney General may dir '.iiMT eiT (j) The HiiboriSb seized may under the direction of the Attorney Gpneral be confiscated and disposed of and the proceeds after payment o? any lawful .coats or carriage and the expenses of such seizure anil iale shall forthwith into the system from meat eaten, even from some vegetables. The nev tr kidney gout, or sciatica. This Is the time to try I Anuric." Send lOc, for trial package. During digestion uric acid is absorbed and poor Kidneys gel tired and backache begins. This Is a good time to take "Amiric." the new discovery of Dr. fierce for Kld- trouble and Uackache. Neglected ey trouble Is responsible for many deaths, and Insurance Company examin- ing doctors always test tho water of an applicant before a policy will be Issued. Have you ever set aside a bottle of water for twenty-four hours? A heavy sedi- ment or settling somctimos indicates kid- ney trouble. The true nature and char- acter of diseases, especially those of tho kidneys and urlnar? organs, can often be' deter mined by 3 careful chemical an- alysis and microscopical this Is dona by1 expert chemists of the Medical Staff of the Invalids' Hotel. H yon wish to knew your condition send sample of your water, to Doctor Plerco'c Invalids' Hotel, .Buffalo, N. and de- scribe your symptoms. It wm be ex- amined without any expense to you, and Doctor Pierce or his Stall of Assisting Physicians will Inform you truthfully. K1TOW THYSELF 1 Rend all about yourself, your system, physiology, anttomy, hygiene, homo cures, etc., tho "Common Medical Adviser." a look of KKJ6, pfl to Dr. V. M. Fierce, Jlnffftlo, N., '-0 cents In one-cent sfcftitips for bound copy. Custom! prepaid. Nobleford, June patrl otic services wore held lit Noble ton on Smuhiy. Sermons appropriate t( the occasion were preached mornliiK and evening, tho morning subjec denting with the need for men of fall! und vision and action to work for th' best Interests of the nation, and tin ovtMiing sermon being preached oi the subject of "The True Patriotism. At the Sabbath school the special or der of service was used, the pastoi giving an address on am members of the school taking pan ii readings, recitations ami songs. The crops, osiiocialy In the diatrfci of town, are hi splendid shape The wheat is far advanced, and fin mid oats are also looking very heal thy. There are a few fine pieces of nl fat fa in the country. '.Many of the far mers have' finished plowing on sum tner fallow, ami work all round seems well advanced. Most ot the fanners are now talking of the barns ami liouses they are going to build this fall, and of the automobiles they are g to buy. .All this, with the pros >ect of a Consolidated school speaks well for the whole district. The Ladies' Aid an1 arranging for big entertainment to be held in e school house on July 4th in the evening. An interesting program of various items will be followed by love! sketch. The ladles have boon vorking very hard at practices and lie whole affair promises to be very ;ood. Dainty programs are being ireparud aud will be sold by members if the society. In connection with the movement or consolidation, meetings were held M Monday and Tuesday in the Fin- ey and Hose Butte districts. Mr. Gunn (resided at the Fiuley meeting, which ras addressed by Rev. YV. C. Marsh ml Mr. (.low, secretary-treasurer of he Barons consolidated district. The peakers told of the advantages of onsolitlatiou. and dealt with all the arious phases of the Question. A ery interesting discussion resulted in lauy doubtful points being cleared up, the majority of the ratepayers sserling thai they were heartily in avor of the movement. A meeting will held in this district on Wednes- ay of next week at 7.30 p.m., when it hoped every ratepayer will be pres- nt. Ladies are also invited. At Rose Butte Mr. Hann presided nd Rev. C. Marsh addressed the leeting which was largely attended DV an appreciaiive audience. The speaker dealt thoroughly with the whole question and matters of taxa- tion, transportation of children, ac- comodatlon, etc.. and a good number took part iu the discussion which fol- lowed. -A number oF questions were asked and answered, and it was stat- ed that-a circular would be sent to each ratepayer in which would be in- cluded reports from other dated districts in the province1, and Two Winners "An Honest Grocer" "An Economical Housewife' Your grocer is honest. He will not say other flour Is "Just as good" as "OGILVIE'S ROYAL HOUSE- knows It is Canada's Best Flour. Your Great Grandmother used It your Mother baked it Into the delicious flaky pies and snowy white bread you so well Children will use It when they grow older. WHAT ARE YOU DOING? Give hubby once more the pies hie mother used to make. DO IT TODAY. Order from your grocer a bag of ROYAL HOUSE- HOLD FLOUR, and your baking day troubles over. WESTEBX MERCANTILE CO., SAM SADOWSKI, PROP. DISTRIBUTOR IN LETHBRIDGE I 'REFERRED DEATH TO SURRENDER TO GERMANS ologne Paper's'Tribute to Gallantry of Canadian Soldiers London. June 28. The Cologne oiks Zeitung, describing the gallant .and made'by. the Canadians at Yprea the beginning of tMs says; "Many of them made obstinate re- sistance, preferring-to be killed rath' er than surrender. One general and several officers who refused to give irj were killed. The general drew a word and when the sergeant del mended his surrender he cut tho sergeant through the face, whereupon' the infantryman bayonetted him; Many such groups who resisted desj perateiy and refused all mercy, had to be cleared out with bombs." j: an estimate of the cost of maintaining sucii a district here. A great deal of interest has been aroused in the ques- tion and many neople previously against -the idea are now actively working for it, realizing that the ad- vantages are going to be many. A meeting will be held in the White 'Lake School District on Thursday evening, July 6th, to discuss the con- solidated school question. All rate- payers are asked to be present and It is also hoped that there will he a large attendance of ladies. A meet- ing will be held in Kelto next week on a date to be announced later. The Nobleford Red Cross Society acknowledges, with thanks, receipt of a very generous donation of samples and material from the Barons Red Cross Society. This material comes at a time when it is badly needed and the society appreciates., very high- ly the kindness and generosity of the branch at Barons. Xext Sunday being the first in the month, the morning service and Sab- bath school will deal with missionary topics. Under the auspices of the Adult-. Bible class there in the evening the first -of :a -series of monthly services at the Gramlvlew Farm. Members of the congregation will be conveyed to the farm for the service, and it is hoped.that a large number will be present. PRESBYTERIAN Knox Church Corner 4th Ave, and 8th Street S, Rev, A. H. Denoon, Pastor, Manse 1210 Fourth Avenue S., phone -102 Regular services at 11 a.m. and 7.30 p.m. 10 a.m. Big and Big Sisters at 12.30. 3 p.m.: Adult Bible Class and the rest of the School. 4 p.m.: Chinese CUBS. _ St. Andrew's Church Rev. Wm. M. A., Regular Services morning and even- Sunday School at p.m. Trinity Church, Hardieville Leslie Logue Boyd, B.A., Mlniiter. 2.30 p.m.; Sabbath School. 7.30 p.m.-: Church METHODIST ANGLICAN St. Cyprian's Church Cor. 11tfi Street and 8th Ave. South. Rev. Canon W. V. McMlllcn, B.A., Rector, a. m. Sunday School an Bible Classes, 3 p.m. EVENSONG 7.30 p.m. Holy and 3rd Sun days at 8.80; 2nd and 4th Sunday at 11 a.m. Sundays at 4 p.m. St. Mary's Church Cor. 5th Ave. and ,12th Street C., N. Holy Communion Brery. Sunda} morning at 8 a.m. Choral Eucharist on the 1st and 3rd Sundays of the, month at 11 a.m., and on all High Festivals. j Matins q'n the 2nd and 4th.Sunday at 11 a.mV I Sunday1 School and Adult Bible Class .Evensong at 7.30. Wesley Church Rev. G H CObbledickr, Parionaue 320 11th St S Phone 404 Dominion Day Service! 10 a m Bible School and Adult ClaEB- llam "Alberta's Cairn of Victory 7 30 1) m "Canada's Path to Sreat- Muiic- Solo, Mrs. H H lohnson Quartette Thj Children KPPII (Sullnani i PENTECOSTAL Westminster Church Rev. J. B. Francis, Pastor 10 a.m.: Children's Class Meeting. 11 am Children t Topic, "Who loses his Sermon, "The Summer Message 2.45 Sunday School. 7.80 p. in.: Second-address on. the topic, Vln the war zone." CHRISTADELPHIANS Meet In the; Moose Hlgintotham Block, Entrance 5th St.'and 2nd Avenue South S pm Bible Class. 3 p m to Commemorate the Lord's Death and at 730-pm, to proclaim the glad tidings of the Kingdom of God Snbiecf, Years m this Ctner All Ssats Free. No Collection BELIEVERS Surgman's Hall, 418 13th St. North. Believers asarmble on the Lord's Day for the Breaking of Bread ai 11 "h.m. Sunday School at- 3 p.m. Gospel Preaching at p.m. Bible Reading Thursday, 7.45 p.m. MRS. MADELEINE FORCE ASTOR i Aged 23, widow of John Jacob As- lor, who went down wltli tho Titanic. She the Income on five million ilnllara by marrying W. K. nick this week. SALVATION ARMY Services Held the Citadel, 5th St a.m., Holiness Meeting; 3 p.iii: Praise Meeting and 7.30 Sal. vation Meeting. Week S lic Meeting, led by Sisters. Thursday, S p.m. Salvation Meeting Citadel band in attendance. 9 p.m., free nml easy meeting. Pentecostal Mission Fifth Ave. N., Baptist Church a.m., remembering tho Lord's Death; Evening, 7.30, Gos- pel meeting. 10 School. p.m., Prayer and thQ Word. p.m., Special waiting upon God for the Baptism of tho Holy Ghost. A HEARTY WELCOME TO ALL BAPTIST First Baptist Church Cor. 3rd Ave. and 9th St. S. Rov. C. C. McLaurin, Supt. of Mis sions, will preach morning and ev ening.. Su'nda'y .'School 'at 12 o'clock: -'oj LATTER DAY SAINTS Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Dny Saints Corner Jth Ave. and 12th St. 9. Sunday a.m. Sacrament p.m. Primary 3 p.m. Relief 2 p.m. Visitors Always Welcome Bishop Geo. W. Green, 1016 2nd South. Phone. 1493 1 CHRISTIAN Christian Church 10.30 a.m.: Sunday School, follow .ed by Communion Service. Everybody Welcome, CHRISTIAN SCIENCE First Church of Christ Scientist Hull Block, 7th Street S." 7 Sunday Service at 11 i.m. Wednesday Honing, Testimony moM- at 8 p.m. RBAblNO'n'OOM EVERY- ONE DAILY FROM 3 to 6 5m. ;