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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 30, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta -TAGE SIX THE LETllBnmGE DAILY ll'EHALD f WEDNESDAY. MAY 30. 1917 A "sameness" that is enjoyable the daily, un- varying goodness of a cup of "SEAL BRAND" COFFEE. It never fails to greet you with that same exquisite fragrance, amber clearness and delightful flavour, that win people with the cup. Jo )i, 1 l pound tins. line ground for Percolators. sold In bulk. CHASE MONTREAU A SUICIDE. i Mar body j of G. A. who disappeared Fonie weeks aeo yesterday in a slough near Swift Current with bullet-wound in his head. Failure lo find liie body caused some crlllc- of the provincial police, but 11 transpires that there Tras six feet of in the slough and it was not until Ii dried up thai the dead mac's body was found. Suicide is thought to hare caused death. 1.0. lASHESOPPO I (COSTlXDtO FjOXT BOW ISLAXJ) (From ihe One cf our oldest 'residents In llie person ot J. W. Prlllamon leti Bow Island on Wednesday tor where he will visli with old Mends for a lime previous to being Joined by Ihe Misses Prillauian. who will prob- ably leave here in Ihe course of a few day a. Stanley F. McCloakey, of Ihe Union Banfc siaff. hhs just received word lhat his brother. Sergl. J. M, NcCMoskey. of the CSili tuUionion, tilled in an lor, on April 2Sih Revs. Smiih and'Hurdle, members o[ ihe Southern Alberta Mission, led here on Wednesday morning for tug- land. Of ihe original thirteen or four- teen members of in is Mission, there now only remains three to serve the whole of Southern Alberta, viz.. Hev. Herring ai Bow Island, Rev, Isaacs Caroslon, and tlie Rev. McMichael, who Is stationed al Pincher Creefc. Those who have lefi are nearly all serving In some capacity with Llie army In France. hear lhat since Ihe Lowu band was re-or gam zed its efficiency has 1m proved considerably. Under the man- agement ot J. D. Trembley. Ihe band- master, the musicians arc com Sue along rapidly. The annual picnic of the Winnilred AErinilluraL Society wit tc held al Wlnnifred on Friday, June 22nd. gave Alberta's soldiers iomethlnp bei- ler. have said they shall elect two or Their ovn men who have gone through the fight, meu vtioui they themselves shall nominate. Hiey will be fa the house- tp tbc? boys, and nobody but the boys, They will have the worry ot looking after no constituency. the late l.leuleuaul Joe Slauffer lail wrote to a member of the cabinet, the'.vord of uhal had done (or Alberta's soldiers had just reached the tren- ches and the boys received the plan ivlib cheers." The Returned Kon. Mr. Marshall inen launched Into the story of what Alberta has done for ihe returned soldiers. He declared someihlm ought to be done to retain the boys :WDO been disabled Ihit they may .not have eke out an existence 011 ih? miser- able pensions grained tboni; .pen- sions which are liatdly enou'tn buy egts aud milk for the family. "The province ol "Alb'tna has- retrained more meu so could pas? ihe II service exaniliiiuions- than all h? hour wlillo he discussed he questions of the day. Mr. s one ol the members of 'the touso who cau stand up aud say what ho has to say most forcibly, am] thu people ot have come 10 rrM- 10 lie !s tho kind of man they to represent them lu the legb- ature. Mr. reviewed the leg- IslaUve record of the government, im the KJpvator Act and .he Machtnerv 11111. shovrlng :hit mese acis, wbicb the lUes declared four were nere vote catchers had proved prac- tical and of great benefit to the farm- 1. iille had heard of (hesp acts this campaign, but uow the op- TRUE DIPLOMACY "And you broke off Ihe one man. "Yes. not brutally, you know. I managed il." "Told her what my salary Is." our anil no government and died. would dare to Mammoth Auction Sale WADDIXGTON'S AUCTION R00MS S. p. STREET SOUTH Thursday, Friday Saturday (May 31st and June 1st and 2nd) AT TEN O'CLOCK EACH DAY A CARLOAD OP FUKNITUEE AND v FUKXISHIXGS PUBLIC AUCTION AND WITHOUT RESERVE BY Frank Waddington This large consignment consists in part ot Thirty six oat and mahogany dressers, orer thirty brass and enamel beds with springs and mattresses; large quantity of linoleums and cork carpelling: carpets and ruga; fourteen olfice chairs; Ihlrtj-two oak dining room chairs; four oak dining tables; about 40 Pain Blankets; thirty-five pairs, sbeets; Large Oak Sideboard; 5-pisce Parlor Suite In mahogany, upholstered In plush; centre table; pictures; curtains: loilet sets; table silver; lable linen ana an immense Taxlety of smaller articles of general utility. '.GOODS ON VIEW WEDNESDAY NIGHT, 7 to-10. (TERMS'CASH PHONE 6ALE AT TEN THURSDAY AND CONTINUES UNTIL EVERY- THING (S SOLD. exercise Ihe power to (like'that vole away from him He InslanceJ'a num- ber of concrete cases llio opposition would deprlro men of Ihelr votes if they disfranchised British MiDfects of alien eueiny birth. Up al Mldnapore is a man, Mr. Phroeiier, who was born in Germany add who lived there till 25 years cf age. lie Is a horse breeder, a man who has done a very great fleal Tor the agricultural development o' Ihe province. He has m England aud Canada 'lor 30 Years. Fie has a son [iihllng with the -anadiaJia In Ihe trenches I British subjects of alien birth were to be' disfranchised, he would have- to be disfranchised Would that be British (air play? "We nil practice Rritlih' (air and give every mau a squire deal as'Iocs as he behaves Touching on volea for women and the Liquor Act, the speaker said ibe opposition was declaring lake DO credit lor this should legislation, VosUtou Is about the country recent for the. farm crs Is fur tlie purpose of catching roles Just (hoy of Ilicse other acls hi 1913. Uut ihe farmers of the jrovfuco are (iuHe aware by now lliat jcreat object of ihe Liberal gov- ernmeul al L'dmoniou Is lo make the i farmer more prosperous and comeiu- ed and they are nol llsicniut; to tbe ioua of the opiwsiilon ma do for party purposes. "Tlie Liber- said the speaker, "are accused in the house oCrjeiiig the represents-" Ives of the rural constituentks, while the Conservatives boasi of com-, from ihe cities, iho centre of lu- rCi. They BfCUj-t.' me nf repre- senting; a hayseed constituency, and lhat describes the aullude of the opposition on the great agricul- tural questions of Ihe day. are ilie sariy of aud-were passing legislation (or the farmers ihe ouJy lo lhat legis- lation comes-from Ulow. Ihe doctor; Tweedie. ihe lawyer, aud Hillocks, (lie Dealing with the woman's [ranch- Is? question} he said his opposition friends are going through the west- ern part of Ihe riding declaring tlint ihe Conservatives should have all Ihe credit for women's votes because they thought of It first. Uut the Liberal government fathered I tic bill, introduced ii aud 'passed It. Mr-Woolf also dealt wllh ilie Liquor Acl. showing that il was the Direct Legislation Act which made it posa- for tlic people to lake a referen- dum on the liquor question. When ihe Direct Legislation Act was before the the opposition criticized It. declaring that it was nothing buf Yankee Institution and would dis- rupt the conBlilulion. Mr. also dealt with the er Acl m Its various phases. He up jn ihelr proper llghtXhe' Conservative campaign insinuations the debt of the Eyen., June 1st THE BIG SPECIAL Damaged Goods' A VITAL DRAMA OF MORAL UPLIFT IN 4EVEN AWE INSPIRING PARTS, Presented by Kk'hard E. anil Workers. f "Damaged pictures the terrible coniequeneei of vice and phyilcal ruin of the moral law. U Ira itlrrlng fcr a pure life before marriage In order lo make iLlmpoulble tftf of heredity to future t "The effect of the play Ii whoUtomt, In it, nc vulgarity or un- are permitted the itrongeit arju hypocrlty and a trcm'entfoui appcAl for the New York f "I think the sfftci produced on who witneued 'Damaged will It le.iehw erftrcet most needed .Qrshthij of flllnolc. ;No of unlew by funnit or They even hint thai the i'cts were fathered hy the opposition. But even moved a. reselulioh in the louse as the opposition In done, when on three dirferen' occasions tfaey moved .for eauel- fran ise la (hat jfrOTince. "Their a matter or record. As tor these ads being fathered by the "Alberta opposition, ivny they're orphans Ter as the opposition is concerned; they're not even good fathers lo them. (Laughter.) Agricultural Hon. Mr. Marshall then went on la deal with agricultural questions. He explained the Cow Bill and the Farm Loan Act, which said'were going to aifeci the question "of "the" Interest rale all over Alberta.- "Th'e Cow said (he speaker, "is llie-great- est victory for cheap 'money thai has ever bscn won in this country." Al- >eady applications (or oter worth Of stoch have been'made under this act. and by the end of the year a. quarter ot a million will have teen cipended to supply cova to" our farm- ers. And in spite ol the opposition friends the cows which have been .purchased are eating grass and giving milk the same as any b'hcr COTS. Juat the same as If they had never said anything -attains! them. Hon. Mr. Marshall to deal with the absolute necessity ot bring- ing in selllers, getiicg ihern o'n Ihe land and making It productive. After [the war, the annual Interest on our war bill will be very and ilnr .ess Canada makes her land produce and Increase.! her exports, that bur- den will lie more Iharl the: people can "Keep the men on- the; land declared Ihe speaker, "The war fa sweeping away Europe's -llvesloaV, and ths'Jsh there will cdrat ft clump grain prices after the (lie price of livestock ylll ca'ntlnile high, [f we can Increase our h'erdVctf alcicfc now we will be In luat .that bet- Ve re paying I; al's all. The telepbooe system Is lying Us interest pulling by" a sinking fund In prin- cipal when it. falls due. The railroads aie taking cftre of the interest on Ihe guaranteed bor.ds, -and 1C it .should happen that Uie railway lines which; we have guaranteed have 10 be taken over by the we have" Ihe assurance ol a commission appointed by Conservalire government at Otlawa the roads arc worjh In every case at least 40 per than tbe amount of our guarantee Will Go to Held in the Hiding (from Caulslon, -Mny not tccu williout repre-sonlalicm amoug iho medical fraierijUy during llie war. Ur. O, O. Weeks wenl over with Ihe O.M.1I. and afterward returned. Slacpoble In over u year at the front as a medical oHlryr and relumed last December with manv a wou experience and nol a few trophies from the bat- tlefields. Now two of Cards Ion's medical prorr.tslou ara off with a medical corps from Calgary. They nre DOW in I lit1 XI grade aud wltl gel due credit on the higli school course well as a must valuable Icucc oh the new field of work. Last .evening Mr. ami Mrs. Waller Lou-entertained .Messrs. Kdward how and Frank Low, who-are ihe young men.from the High School who arc lafcej) on the uiodtca I soon lo leave [rum Calgary. Doth .be greatly missed from ih'o school RB tliey liave been prominent athteies and firs I class studeJils. Canlalou .citizens will-all wish them well In llielr endeavors lo alleviate iho sufferings incident to the great- est of all 'wars. U. F. A. Sunday. The services or tile Stake Taber- nacle IBS! craiing were in charge of tho Cflrdiiou Local U. P. A. officers, and 1st Vlcc-Prcs. J. occupied the lime in an exposition of the Jil- vanlRges of ihe sreal orgauiz.ilIon, dwelling, especlallv on ilie social and commercial results thai were lu view, as well OB atlrocBMn? In )Hs ircll knowti vigorous way the acliieve- aiont of many reforms neccssarv HI Iho greatest of all Icduslrlnl pursuits Liberal Meetings. Tho nolilical yot Is beginning lo boll and possibly Is (lie cause of (lie excessive condensation of moisture herenbouls. La3t n-eelr meelings were held bj the Liberals at Hill Sjirinf ou Wednesday, where '.Martin WdolOl.P.P., and Z. Jacobs bollt gave strong addresses for the present up-to-date Liberal government Thursday. Kriday and Saturday. Mr. visited (lie1 voters In the lease country south of Mafradi. member discuss (he questions of the gathering was present al llackc to hear Liberalism as il is, in Alberla. presented by au able member. 'Al Richfield school house on Ihe west-end of the lease there was an- other good audience on Saturday at- ternoon, Thla evening's meetings will .be at IVobliord, by R. A. Pilling, and nt Glen- wood by the member, .Mr. Woolf and Mr. S. Williams. The 'Conservative candidate, .Mr. "ins been busy also In ihd rltl- VbuldntUt be proud of. dealing with the .lele- {ibone system, declared that llie [arm- era o( Alberta arc paying per month for their tclephoDc service; while just acroaa tbc line a lew .miles In Montana the farmers are paying as high as per month. That Is the difference between publicly owned utility and a privately owned 'system. Mr. Woolf appealed for (lie votes o[ the electors of Magrathy district on (he record of Hie governmenl. That- is ihe only Issue in the campaign. It 39 an Issue which the Conservatives are avoiding but il the real issue, but he v.-ag sure June Till would'fiiid the people of the province supporl- Ing the government with such d 'CIDB record, rsnd he lioped that he would have the pleasure o[ once more.repre- senting Ihe Carriston constituency. John Turner presided over'- the meeting and solos were sung by Silas Thomas and Mr. Lynn Glbb.. TAIJER (From The Times.) The rtealli occurred on Monilay last o' Gordon Henry'Yayro, the four year old son o( SetEfatlt and Viyro after a long Illness. The little fellow p.ccideTHally Ewallon-ed some lye In mistake for cough mixture aLout a year ago and lila sComacli TTM sev- erely buined. The Canudr. West Coal Co., are calling for tenders the pulling down ot Ihe ten tnlnc houfieg.' It (3 the Intention of Ihc company to use I-ast The Crops, weok iras not favoraolc for ibe secdint as outside of one day, the weather. loo wet. Storms and some moisture hare-been llie order. The wfical Is all done practically. The oals are only partially fn and no barley as yel. Since Monday, last the plows have been going moat or the time WI the wet weather of tho latter part of the week slopped a good many ll'Is still raining fltfuljy find tlic roadS are In a very bad stale as R re- Wllh a tow 'lays of sunshine and ,wlnd however, all will be-well agaiji> She remembered the ago- nies of the last dance. It kept her at home to coddle her touchy cornsr She simply couldn't face the pain again. easy it would have been, what Instant relief, if she had only known of Blue-jay. Other millions of men and women have found relief this way. Blue-jay stops pain instantly. And the miserable com is gone, roots and all, in 48 hours. New no terrore to Blue-jay users. These soothing plasters, inset with, a medicinal wax, have ended mil- lions upon millions of corns. Many tests conducted by eTfperts show that the first application removes 91 per cent Stubborivcases require a second or third treat- ment Why wait longer? Why suffer? JH CONSTANT TRAINING ''That ballet dancer )s wonderfully ciperL" "Well, she- never gelg out of prac- sishl. faded lo rcacli Its rlestinallon, tlcc for a minute. She Is always kirk-' nml Ihe nol hear the olhcr City Journal. I side. Mrs, Kcnnlplck presided. Icr position (o Ijcar our burdens ini'nfp5 malerial and erect four rimmed (he (ulure. Help to keep .the liome- Trom Celling dlacoufagetl by slvlng him money In keep him on Ws land, anil we will make him a con- tented farmer and his homestead pro- ductive." The "Chargtf." .Mr. Miratiall alfo dean wjlf] Ihe so- called "charRCS" of the oppoallion. collages on (heir property facing on the lown limlta south 6f thc'lrack. not one of which hafj ground. They were coloisal hlulfs hy llie op- position lo fool the elccloii Into there was something crook- ed ahoul the lovernmcnt. Tiie npeali- er closed with a review; of Ihe prac- llca] work beln; carried on by his own department, how the II. C. mer- hel lor Suiter hart been captured by tbc help given In dairying, how (he government was taking up the ques- tion of finding wider markela for our CEB.I and pou'.try, and how the denarl- rAsnt Is working to give the hoys and flrla who arc Brewing up an pieclallon of agrlculliire whleh will make them consider It the liobleat occupation on the lace of the earlli. for Ihl3 reason agriculluril BCluwIs are being livillt anil II the minister's hope thai the lime will 'tcnic when evory boy and girl tn the province will hive one of these ichoolt wllllln fid mlle.i of hnrnc. Ihiu. Marshall's ipeech was a Mrs Mayrt A. 0. Loo Aits hospital relumed from ol Rochester, Sunday morning last, after un- dergoing an Operation, Sirs. Is considerably ImproVefl In heclth. Mrs. lUcnntr-llassoU and family arrived In Tahtr last wcel: nlld will lake up residence here.. Jlr. lilennor- llnssell ha.s been In business here for mnnllis 0. H. Howoll bualnesets. S, .1. IJeyton c-numcraloT for hp.rlng purchased the id Triiawpll Kslaic has fieon appointed the cllslrlcl north of llie (rack, and'John Marsh, (or Ibc south side. In preparing the vot- ers llsls to lie al Ihe polling on .lune 1 the fclccllon'of a member for the provincial house. fet One of the mosl apparent o idcnccs of personal follows llie of Sanitary Hair Dressing al the (niter haibtr ihopi Outranlw) by Tbc (From Our Own Correspondent) Macleod, May C. Dowcn. one of (he prosperous fanners and ranch- ers, who has lived In Macleod and dis- trict for'tlie past five years, died Sun- day, May 27thPi1917. Mr. Bowcn has been HI for some Lime, And his death s not a surprise to his many friends. The funeral was from his residence on Tuesday. May 20, rmd was largely' at- tended. l lion. C. Stewart, minlslcr of public vrorks, lo a crowded houso on Monday nighl for Ihe SlfLon Kovcrn- menl.' Mr. .Stewart is a very pleasant speaker and deals wltfi Uic depart- ment over which !LC lias charge (n a very clear anil cpiicise manner. A feature of the meeting was Ihe large attendance of lady.voters who arc lak- an interest In .this elccttOTi cam- Miifin. Several on ths plat- form wllh the minister. Pie. Sheffield', who" enlisted aL Mac- leod with llie J3th and. wenl overseas today reported ivoundcd .and mls3 Ing. He waya Tarmer near Macleod. anrl was an excellent lypc o' a young man. Pic.' G. Gillen, whose family, father, mother, sisters find brothers, I've M mllea south of Macleod, wan re ported vrouridetl a short Umc ago. Is 110v; rcporleil tnlsslng, ami IB, believ- ed la be killed. Maclcod was called tonight in (lie 1. O.O.F, hall, which was crowded, it be- ing non-parly. J. W. McDonald jid- TRIPLETS AT MOOSE JAW Moac Jaw, Sash., May cup ot joy was fillet! to overflowing' today en the stork visitcd idc liojiie of K K, Dun-ant.- this Hly. leaving Ihrcc iinc bouncing buys, nil well and lieallhy. This Is the third case of triplets In Moose Jaw during Ihe past six jours. CHILD'S STOMACIf SKVEKE- TKOUIILK. Harrlaton-fOnL) Father Says Dr. Cas- sell's Tablels Saved His Child's Life. Mr. Corby. Harrislon, P.O., OnL, writes: "Our little girl was vfoak from Inrlli. and Ihough. vve tricil (.odors' mcdfcL'nc und'othciMMrisii- got rio bcKcr. She lay, iii her col anJ nclfililiors said we coulil not save her. The Ooctorj saitl she had stomach (rouble, ru.U Lhat her chances were ems II. yet Or. CasEcll's TablclF curctl her. They have worlh their weight in gait] lo usf Tor we were jusl giving up hope of .aay- little ilimghLcr. 1 tlon't .thlnir there Is any other rac-diclne Tor child- ren like. Dr. Cflsscll's Tablets. PuU- Hsh tli la you like; ft may help olhers as tlie Tablets helped IB." A free ssrrptc of Or. Tab- lets will he sent to you on receipt of 6 cents for and packing. Ad- dress: Harold F. RLtchle Co., Ltd., ;0 McCauf Street, Toronto. Dr. Cassell'E Taljleis sre too 'surest' home remedy for Dyaridpala, Kidney Anaemia, Paralysis, PalpllLillon nncl Weakness In Child- Specially, vnluable r lor nurstng m others and ihirlng critical per- and Canada. Trouble, Slccplcssticaa, Xervoua Ailments. lods ot life. Sohl by storekeepers ,thraus1 Prices: One lube. 50 ccnbi; six Lulica meascu tho mcellng from llie govern-] far the price ot five. of imlln- nient and was loudly applauded lions ,sald Lo contain hynonhoaphUcs. for, the excellent way he presented his The compoaltton of Dr. Cnasell's Tali- The opponition hod he en .sent en invitation hut inrougli some over- lota la Imnwn only lo the and no can ever be tbu same. Sale Proprietors: Dr. CasEslt'e Co., Ltd.. Manchester, Brig. Nature Flavors That slight hii.tprne.sssn clelicaLcly appetizing is the' flavor (jivi'ii'ty. the liopi. IL Naf lire's oivn.flnvnfitij; and -forms one of llie chief (oilic 'properties of MnlUtm. The .oilier iiigrctliculs tire the highrst (jr.idc WMICHI Cflnn- inii harlcy nintlc into Ijiall, I'u're Artesian "Water filler- cd aiul a snvill aitdilion of yenst lo impart tliiil exquisite life and sparkle so much nrmircd. cvcrj-thlns 'hat la healthful nhcl dcncndal; notlilne Dm i, x Mfe, tcmpcMiico-Mrlnli which snonld-he'tn cvtrr'nomo order case now for yourJ7 V I'm up in fiuarl.T, nlnts, Nnlf-plnls or In Order from your srocfr. or fiohi ;