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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 3, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta TUB LETHBRIDGK MIL? HERALD F1UDAY, NOVEMHRK 3, J.. A' A A A For the Boys at the Front or Servin. Tobacco and Cigars II. B. Co. Imperial Mixture, II. B. Co. Cut Plug, Craven Mixture, Bull Durham, Forest and Streuiii. Tuxedo, Three Castles, OM Chum. Prince Albert, Capstan, medium, full strength and mild. Cigarette Papers. Cigars: Natural Corona, Van Loos, Davis' Pauctelas, Promoter Blunts and Club, La Plaza and Tennyson. Useful Wearables for the Boys Khaki Shirts, Ties, Sweaters, Handkerchiefs, Gloves and Mitts, Scarfs, Sticks, Mirrors, etc. Candy Purchase your supply of Chocolates, Riley's Tal'i'ys, Spearmint, Chiclets, Caramels. Soup Powder, Packet Vinibos, All conven- ient for packing; iu the Xmas Parcel. THE PASS TOWNS (From the Blairmore Enterprise) The Bellevue branch oC the Red iross ast year. raised nearly 55000 during the I J. M. Gibbons of Maleb has thresh- ed 50 bushels to the acre on summer failow and 37 on stubble. Work was started this week on the foundation of Oeo. II. Ridgedale's pool hall. This building is being erected on the north side of the Myrtle hotel. It will measure 50 ft. x 24 ft., and it is the intention of the proprietor to instal five tables, with the latest and most modern futures. A 'barber's shop will be part of the equipment. Thos. Steel, formerly teacher at Haycroft, has accepted a situation as teacher at Flowering Valley school, some eight or ten miles from Wiuni- fred. R. S. Seattle has made the follow- ing delivery of Ford cars during the past week: P. J. Kenney, W. W. Al- len, Jos. Aucion, Bow Island; J. Jac- obsen, Winnlfred: G. A. Poole, J. H. Sandy, M. Huff, Burdett; J. Lynn. G. H. Conquergood, JIaleb; C. Henschel, K. Waite, Pleasant View; J. S. Lien- hart, TVhitla. Wilmot Henderson have sold dur- ing the past week the following cars: nv coming iroiu tump A D45 McLaughlin to Roy Campbell lamp Hughes. They were in charge Of Burdett, whilst each of the follow- f rapt Campbell, M.O.. and nursing tng have purchased a D60 McLaugh- Isiers (Lieuts.) Rodger im; Leo Bowe, Burdett; F. Beckholt, IS L em At the home of the bride's parents, lillcrest, on Sunday afternoon. Oct. Miss Jennie Thomas was married s'Mr. James Fisher of Bellevue. Rev. J, Law of Bellevue performed the eremony. The school board have made ar- angements with the church board to ent the new parish hall for school urposes until the new school is built, 'he newly acnuiied quarters will be in about two weeks. Twenty-two additional patients in- luding three corporals, were taken on t the Frank sanatorium on cy, coming from camp hospital at Bob Tennant, an old-timer of Helle- ne, came up from Lethbridge this reek to go to work in the mine there. "Winniired, and A. C. Gage, Bow Isl- a result of the "tag day" collec- and. reek to go to wortc in me imuu mcic. A5 a result UL uie 135 udj James Boyle and Miss Mary tioa made by the ladies of the Red 'ns of Bellevue were united in matri-1 Cross Society in Bow Island on Thurs- lony on Monday by Rev. Father Bea- -r S1IM1 has benn sen' It has definitely been arranged that he formal opening of the new Me- bodist parish hall at Frank will take .lace on Sunday, Nov. 19th, at which lice Major Kerby, D.D., of Calgary, rill be the speaker. The Red Cross of Frank generously nbscribed Soil towards a Victrola, and day of last week, ?100 has been sent to the British Red Cross Society. The ladies altogether collected J134.00, a very creditable amount VULCAN (From the The storm of last week was not of long duration. In some parts of the district threshing was commenced on UbSCnDeQ SOU Eowarus u LUJcoiiius >TUJ he citizens Of Coleman are sendingj Saturday, but the majority of the t a subscription as well. Mr. Steven- work was held over until Monday, _________ I faaf Tho on. of the Blairmore pharmacy, macie very substantial donation and it is leliev'ed no trouble will be exper- enced in getting additional funds to rarchase records, etc., for the sol- tiers' sanatorium. BOW ISLAND (From the Co. Sergt.-Major Vasselin, brother o the Vasselin boys south of Bow Isl- .nfl, lias been awarded the Military aedal for bravery. John E. Hodgson, south of Bow Isl- ind, has got a yield of 46 bushels to he acre from osf his summer fallow nd 27 bushels off spring plowing. tough grain being the fear, t The weather, however, is beautifully fine, just threshing weather, and the ma- chines are working full time. From fifty to sixty ner cent, of the thresh- ing has been done. Of the yields from recent threshing, A.'G. Dickinson reports a yield of 49 bushels of wheat to the acre. Peter Petterson had 45 bushels to the acre. A good oat yield is that of Mr. J. C. Graham, who had an average of 16" bushels to the acre. man failed to make his appearance on Monday night, which was a disappoint- ment to a pretty large crowd. There was a meeting at the town hall on Wednesday evening in regard to the building of a new church. Guy McCan has purchased Mr. Whitting's Ford car. The Ladles' Aid met today with Mrs. Hooker for an all day's work. Mr. Vanholm Is ijavlng a large barn hnilt which adds much to his im- provements. A large crowd attended the dance at Enchant on Friday evening. All report having a .good time. Elmer Paulson is working for Jerry Rickett for the present Verne Greenman purchased a Ford runabout. A new Waterbury heating system has arrived for the Sweet Valley j school house, which was installed on Saturday. McPhearson's rig finished threshing j today. I The Baughman and Lynk families are moved and nicely settled in their respective places. Gerald Elliott is driving a Ford nowadays. Cars are more nuaierousi than a team and buggy around here. Herman Holden is worKng tor Jack Leonard for a few days. Lee Jones has moved into his new cottage, which has just been com- pleted and adds much improvement to the town. There will be another dance in Tra- vers Hall Nov. 10th. Harold Lynk will be brought home from the hospital on Monday, having improved rapidly the past week. Friends and neighbors are glad to know of his return after such a ser- ious condition. His mother came home last Thursday, having been with him for over three weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Turley oJ Retlaw visited under the parental roof on Sunday, and also made a short stop at the Baughmau home. Mr. Turley had a good crop of wheat this year, and has also bought a car. i WHERE THE ABSINTHE GOES Many people have been wondering in France what has become of all the absinthe which has been comman- deered and taken out of circulation at the beginning of the war. The Temps now given an interesting description of what hiis happened. The many thou- sands of bodies were taken to a cer- tain workshop in a secluded wood, where their contents were emptied into huge vats. The liquid undergoes various chemical processes, by which it Is separated into Its constituents. The essential oily arc put. to uses con- nected with the war which are a stute secret; tlio alcohol is valuable tor tho manufacture of explosives, and the ether is sent to the hospitals. A Dominion' ir.inttai I'arni w phin. Man. llev. Clarenc rector at home of his pa e Du Plan, tley, Out., di rents iu lldcr Anglican ut tin Ion, Out TUESDAY OF EVERY IS- CANADA'S NATIONAL M TRAVERS NEWS (From Our Own Correspondent) Travers, Oct. picture shot Mist Zana M the The opening play will be "Sweet Clover. n, leadina lady with the Oliver Eckhardt k Mtrtlng on Mond.y. RAYMOND (From the Mrs. Atwood, wife of Nephl L. At- wood, and a highly respected woman, died at tile family residence, Ray- mond, at an early hour this morning. D. B. Bennett, manager of the Ray- mond Mercantile company, is hand- ing the potato and cabbage crop of he local Japanese colony this fall.' Already quite a number of cars of troduce have been shipped to Winni- ieg, and they are commanding good irices on the market there. The Jap joys have been very successful again this season with their gardens and they will have large quantities of stuff ;o ship to the outside market. It will be Interesting to many of our readers to know that Mark Y. Croxall, ex-mayor and well-known citizen of this district at one time, has moved from Washington, and is uow located in the St. Anthony, Idaho, district. He has a farm there. MAORATH (Fro'm the Raymond Pte. Neil S. Forsylh, former chair- man of the Magrath school board, had a narrow escape from poisoning re- cently, according to letters just receiv- ed from Shorncllffe. England. It ap- pears that Pte. Forsythe had a bad cold and a comrade offered him some tablets which he said would effect a speedy cure. An over-dose must have been taken for Pte. Forsyth soon be- came seriously sick and was hurried to the hospital. He made a brave fight for life and fortunately was pull- ed through by the doctors. When he wrote he was yet In the hospital but was improving fast. TABER (From the Times) John Cooper's oldest son, Hartley, died on October 21 from pneumonia, and the funeral, conducted by Rev. R. Brant of St. Theodore's church, took place the next day. The deceased was 15 years old and had been an Invalid nearly all his life. Taber is to havo a iiew telephone exchange. The provincial department of telephones has purchased the brick building on Hough street formerly oc- cupied by B. Franken and will make alterations necessary to suit the re- quirements of the telephone depart- ment. Harry Hudson has the contract for the alteration and It now working on the Job. John Wlnkler has purchased the farm of 960 acres which he has farmed (or the past tew yean. We will have a good supply of Fish on hand to take care of your Tuesday and Friday Orders FISH SHOULD BE EATEN AT LEAST TWICE A WEEK TUESDAYS AND FRI- DAYS ARE FISH DAYS HEREAFTER Alantic Pacific Great Lakes Fish Foods EAT MORE FISH AND S Palace Market Phone 431 Dominion Market Phone 1654 ;