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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 23, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta For Delicate Children Vihdl Crektes Strength Viriol is a wonderful health builder and strength creator for puny, ailing chil- dren, because it contains in dcliciously palatable form the oldest and most fa- mous reconstructive tonics known to medicine. During the last sixteen years it has brought health and happi- ness to thousands of children. i mm m as much ns J10 nil tohl ul Tiro music bolh from rorcmotl uiul wns excellent anil Messrs. Cowio and Itcimlc gave n tlno pinlW- Uou o( Sckich iliinclJlB, Ki'oryonq thoroughly enjoyed .them- selves ami voted llio danco na one ot the besi ever-hclil In K. Allicrlii. Circa! Need of of Trade Wilh Miiny Mailers Full Formula on Every Bottle 'is with a definite guarantee to return the purchaser's mcwy lilt fitts to Sivc satisfaction. Very few bollk, arc returned. J. D. HIGINBOTHAM CO., DRUGGISTS, LETHDnlDGE, ALTA. Also the best druggist in all Alberta towns. Romney Marsh and the rtambouillet producing an animal with srilcidl mutlon. and wool producing lie has a large herd OL these nov arabing at tho Lclhbridgc, agrlculiur al grounds at Ihe end of the slrce car line. have noticed tbal many of ou -rain farmers have begun to build u small herds of alicep. It would pa them to get the best breeds they buy to make Iheir little start _ Sheep do well uii the summerrallofl (Krom Our O-AII correspondent), Mar. most suc- cessful board of hade meeting wns held on Saturday night, when there were over 30 members present and we havo n total membership of over W; as a result o[ tho work of the differ- ent committees, wo have great hopes of having both n stnllon agent and :t bank located here In the near future Hulli arc surely needed, us we are In- brnicil lhal there, arc nearly 20 car jd lots ot various merchandise. 01 iler, that will arrive ilnriiiK Hie ur or five weeks, ami if any towi cils both an useni and a bank Ilia, wn Is XomUeam. Tho road coinmlltei) reported lha cv liavo seen Councillor llakor will gird lo buying the road allowance om tho farmers east of town: alo'.is railroad iraelc Mil ho had lirom- e'j to Inko Ihe nutter up with the ouncll- a motion was also passed Ihe roail committee take the mat- nu with the council in order lo avo tlio coulee north of town. M yesterday's meeting of the board ot' trade council. President .Marnoch Intimated that the board is behind lie Southern Alberta sheepmen, In their attempt to belter conditions. At ler referring lo the fact that'there are sheen In he district, ne said: -The Southern Alberta Wool Grow. CTS- Association held their, .annual ineelin- "in'iiie. board of trails.rooms week7'-ifho! sheepmen of Southern nojr have a strong" orgaulza- tioa.'aHlmush there are Mill nuile a few.'s'icep growers in this'-, juslricl who' yet become, members The'aVfa-ng'eiue.its they, malic, from for shearing, grajingy co- selling and' InlsT to in-Eastern anj the stubble and tho slraw slac and a bil of mullon on the table oni n a while makes a very pleasa of fond for tbe farmer and h amlly- "Thc (act thai the wool can be ma eted to the very best advanta brougli a. strong association right heir mldsl, Is a further inducement o our farmers 10 get a little bunch of heep together.' SLAUGHTER INNOCENTS lent or sh wlio has work in aeen, fi" C: Harvc successfully crossed In FOREMRSIIE Discussed lloartl of Attempt To Open T ha King's "otcl T Kept Fit Through wo Ontario Sapper Praises Dr. Cassell's Tablets. Kclmonlon. March a mis BlRle'mciil of facts should not go uu challenecil." declared J. for l.lltlo How. when reading nil nccount of Iho Con- servative roiivciillon at Coroilallon. tluflux which YV. J. Hlulr, of Provost, allnckcit Iho Kovernmenl'a machinery bill, nmongsl oilier Ihlnsa. "When Mr. lllalr stales lira! the government's act 1ms not been of any (benefit to tho farmers of Alberlu, aruouni'of iiower.'woiilil vary accord-! lux lo the, amount of r.raln Jmudleil.l" U would iii'ilhnlily lii'lvvceinK 1200 ond 1500 v.lien the elevator Is running full'blasi.. King's Hotel i'ropJBltlon The commlltee annoinlC'.! nt me cuiimimiv last mooting Is'still .he wouldn't work ,Uo com- tiaii'v to put U In coiidlllon. "When Mr. lllalr refused to to _____ KliiR'a hotel. Tho "Northern'Truns Co.. Is wllllns If a (ennui al n reasouablo rental can be round but so fur nobody Has been secured lo consider llic mailer. manaacr Mr. avo uio couiro urjuvu manager The secretary was renuesteil lo jjuj-', tho city toJay louklns inl ervlew Ur. UaXer, wlio is at present lLc radioing, south of town, to try nna .Imenco him lo. establish Ills prac. lo ice here, as the prospects are very ood for a drus store, if we had.a doc- or In (own. The rooming house Eclieme which ve have been looking forward lo for omo time, we understaua has [alien hrough and wo would be pleased to into communication right away, vltli anyone who would care to build here The prospects are excellent, as at n'resent there is no place for any one to Slav overnight. We ore iosius an enormous amount of business, ow- Postal Clerks1 A letter was n-ail ins (o the lack ot a rooming IU lilt luw.l lr- _ liousc The farmer either goes to Etziko'm or foremost, where they can A letter was rea r-ikV bridge branch ol the I'oslal Clerks aUcialloil asklne for the support of ,he board in securing belter .reeoB- nlilon of the I.cthbridso branch. It pears that Hie I'esl .of- Ice Is not considered a Ural clas office., and therefore the clerks not receive tbe same recosmllou ac corded lo other oliices in tlio matte o? salary supei.umialloi and promotion. The board will lem lo tbo renuesls of the president out that this board en Ihe eiiKlno and vvllhhoUl iiaymenl. the i nachino conuiahy sued him for tlie vhoie prlci> of the outnt. Tho caso Viis hranl butore Mr. Jusllvc SUmrf u LethhrlilKC 111 191S. nnd. under tin' irovisions o( the Kovcrnment. sla ute Mr. Illair wns not only uranteil jidmpllon from making any payment iu( waa allowed damascs to Ihu amount of 51.200. It heiliE ileclilcd llic machine company should reimburse Ulair to thia cxti'nl for Ihn lime arid'inonoy losi Ihrough the medic- leiicy of Ihe engine." That 3 solilici slinuMurf and pulse fir. Ca.'sclV.i Tablcl-i Is clear proot of the siistiuliuib' lio-.vor ol this t'tfll ing mciliciMC. And Diixjiinila ol mvke. ilicn on -ind sea lo Dr.CaiEell'i Tnblds to susijln them through all tho ol less war. SAPPER A. HARTLEY, 0 F THE A. COM- PANY, CANAD- IAN ENGIN- EERS, whose home s.lilros-, h 90C, TRAFALCAR- STflEET, LON- DON, ONTARIO, is ono nf many who sviitlcn in priiac. ol Dr. Casidl'a a tcn-inu TnLlels Tablets. II-' D( i Dr. would like l> add 'my leillnorii'la them liraiin War, and. findluf tlie urn.nt i.f lljfm finco ever Kelt run rlo-rt-n. .laW'jysrcromineud Ihtm, (or 1 know (hey do oil lhal 13 ckliirol for them.1 In my opinion tbey ore the lonlo auyone'can UVe for IdU of npptlitc, poorness ol llta blood, or EClH-ral Ibe Itiu. Wu liiTe a lol ol hard train- inB s" 'lime igo 1 began lo it. FREE SAMPLE. On reff Itit r.T 5 lo fnrrr maiiiiu anil ,aek- n EPOtroua free tamiild T.'ill frill a l llarol.l F. 1 Mil.. 10. McOuil-iVrcft. Toronto. aro Allentire. -MMi.-JnafJiirdic.. rccornlatd1 lor NSfVOUl Hrtakdnwn Slcrplsssnesi HaVmitrillpn Anumia--.' WJllnB Kidnty Tro'jhlB lilflJ Nerio Parilriis Inl.inlile weakness Dyspepsia VH.I CC-I1IH por Uilie mi.? CC-I1IH por iie ti. SDle Proprrelort: Dr. CasMll's Co.." Ltd., MarichisHr. Em. Ship hnlidlitg contracts lol by the.for the Urillsh keep Imperial Munitions Hoard In Canada, every iilanl busy Mar. eas _ _ _ secretary; BulEariaus In their violent I After some dtscus- bomnardmenl on Jlarcn 11 iilleil more io 3 Io tLe best way of raising ley for the patriotic fund. >d to hold a sale on'the 21th of and the people ore expected to Sixty civilians, Inclualng 25 and 31 chllilren. according to Servian press bureau. Nearly twenty others, mostly women and children, I brl; were Wiled by shell fire. SHILOH is good for nearly half a century that has been the watchword in thousands of homes. Shiloh brings a.uick relief to an inflamed cough-racked throat. It cuts the dangerous phlegm in croup, eases a hard tearing cough and is the great preventative of more serious troubles. Shiloh doesn't upset the stomach. U is extremely pleasant to take and because of the small you will find it, we think, the most economical medicine you ever used. Let Shiloh cure your next cough. at all g Have Uist placed onlcr J. PAT- RICK of I'aii'fiold Sloel; Farm, Id- Ici'toh, Oiilariri, for Two Carloads of Choice Registered Shorthorn Bulls and Heifers AVIiicli will arrive :U COALDALE ABOUT MAY lo, n ml will lie on si.le aflcr llui'o date. ANY INQUIRIES WILL RECEIVE IMMEDIATE ATTENTION AND WILL ACCEPT ORDERS NOW FOR FUTURE DELIVERY. SAMUEL SIDLES COALDALE; ALBERTA FARM IS SITUATED ONE MILE EAST AND TWO AflD A HALF MILES SOUTH OF CCALDALE STATION. any article they wish, from chicken id a horse. Cows, wheat, oats, Has. butter, pifs, wearing apparel. In fact, anything at all lhal will be likely lo brlilB a few do ara. Wo tiii3 sale more publicity before Hie 21th ot May. A committee WES appointed to handle the situation in townships.3, i. 5, C and 7.. (i We feel siiro trial, for such an excellent cause, that all the farmers tributary to'.ihis ilistricl, Tvill endeavor lo come inlo town thai day, and we hope lo see very spirited Lidding for Ihe different articles, ai we intend lo show lhal 'the people ot' Nemiscam and district aro willing lo do their shire. Berl. Scarlelt, barber from tore-. haa taken over the pool hall, [rom Mr. Pritchard, and Ihe building is now being moved oa lo lloyle St. Mr. Scarletl intends to enlarge the building ond put in an up to dale bar- ber shop. Since our introductory article, lo how the boom in real estate, Ihere ,ave been 17 loLs sold in Iowa, and we cr-pect to have places of business on every one In the near future, as Ihis town has certainly started to boom. Mr. Swain, from Morris, -Man., was visitor In town last week, looking over the situation with a view to building a garage and seemed very favorably Impressed with the pros- pects. Jas. S- Dennie has been appointed agent for the EmciTon-Ilranlingham gaa tractor, and threshing machines, seeing that the price of horse ilesh Is so high, business should be tooil In ils line. E Edwards of Avalon. lias sold his cctlons o[ land to Fritz Uros. for !2S n acre. This land IE situated miles from iho railroad. This soes lo. that thW is an excellent farming ounlry, where people will pay Ihe price to far from town. Mr ami Mrs. I. James. Mr. and Sirs. Jack Stewart, and Mr. MfB. 1- Snl- ivan hnve returned from Ibeir cs- enrlcd visit and arc glad lo be. back n Sunny Alberln.- Mr. Mcllush, K. big rancher north of town, 'joughl a lot next lo Carter's store, and is building a butcher shop, c.i soon as ho can gel his cellar dug. A petition Is being circulated lo have another tluvalor located here and Ihls is needed very frailly, as the elevators have been full for three wcelis- A meeting of the consolidated school board was held last week an il was agreed to bring the Inlerva school into town. arc very sorr lhal this wa? agreed upon, as w think the liulldinj; U totally inade- quate for (he number of children that will aUond school this summer and a gor-il progressive town like this should an up to date school with accommodation for at leasl SO pupils as we know of -A r.ymber of farmers who would move to town, if hai a good Hchor.l here, where Tbfir rhll dren could gel proper education. dance ana basket soris was given in old of tl'.c Patriotic film hi fi. Carter's new storo on Monda and rf-aliirtl Hie wondcrfiil aum (.f r.'J. som? of Ilir hnsncts .soli tn-4 aii'l four anil THE WORLD'S GREATEST CiOAPtETTE fame has been flashed beyond the Seas. with its goodness that .imitated, with its sales greater than any other cigarette in h.istory. Sold in packages of 10 and in boxes of 50 and'100. Every where-Why FINEST QUALITY FIFXEEN CENTS ;