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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 16, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta HFfX FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 16, 1917, p. Alexander been killed lu a' I wreck In Ihe states. 11 appears that Mr. Alexander, who was a band leader, In Iho U. S. army travel.ng east- ward with vompiny. when their I train was trashed into by a frelcht. Three persons were killed oulrliht and fifteen wounded. The syiuiulhy of the entirevonimunllv will eo out to tha widow as sha had only been a bride s few months. President Allen' on Ibis morning's tralu for Ihe stales. Tho inadequacy of Raymond's lire proiecliou was demonstrated again tho oiher night when Ihe house lived In by Eugene Ross was destroyed liy fire. Some Japs living across the rosd saw the iiro before It had any start at all hut for the lacfc of fire fighting Implements, were unable lo do any- th ng ioviard curtailing the blate. The origin of the fire Is unknown. The Victory Loan got a good start juuu6 .-.here. Tho coninlitlees are composed the district. A feature mating It all; ot the most energetic men In town the more distressing la Ihe fact that i and Ibey report excellent progress lo Prominent Man of South Slakes the To Have Had Furlough Raymond, Nov. 34. been received by his -Word has Just relatives here ing that Card has been tilled In action. Ills name was listed among ISO casualties of the tventy-tb'rd of last month. The news ot Heed's death wil! code as a shock to an cilreuiely large number of friends as "Pete" as Reed was familiarly called, was one. of the most popular young fellows In Heed expected shortly to come home. He was expecting a furlough that he vlsil his folks. Ills father re- cently came to Canada with the ex- pectation ot "soon seeing him. fart they are followed by those eager to Invest in a bond. The exemption tribunals are going to make short tfis number of Bay inonds surplus men, A very s'ma II. S. Allen received "this icorning I percentage are being exempted. ..._.. >v.> Pup Tho Hsvmond Chatauoua wll ll! the news that his son-in-law, Guy CHKIFCHIL5 The Raymond Chalauq.ua will be held oa 5-6-7. An excellent ine pi talent is bolns arranged for and the people of tho town are prom- ised a three days treat. Committees lave been appointed to do the adver- tising end canvass the town selling season tickets. M Cnw Fcvtrlsh, Sick, Bilious, Clean Little Llvtr and A laiatlve today saves a sick child tomorrow- Children simply will not take tho lline from play to empty Ihelr bowels which become dossed up with waste, liver gets slugeisb, atom tch sour. book at tia tongue, mother! If coat- td or you.- child Is liJ-esi. cross, fev- irisb. breath bad, restless, doesn't rat heartily full ot cold or has Eore throat or any ether children's ail- ment a teaspoonfnl 01 -CilKorn- of lien don't worry, becauae It Is pertecUr harmless, and In a few hours all ttis constipation poison, SOOT bile and (ennentlni Waste! will gently move out of tie bowcU, ana you have a well, ptayful child araln: A tiorough "inside cleans- all lhat Is ceceisarr. It should be the first treatment glvea ID apy slcknBs._ Beware of conalerfeit fig. sjrupj. 'Ait your dfiiBsisl for a tottla of "Cat Syrup of bas full directions for babtes, children of all_ ages and far grown-ups plainly print- on the. bottle.' Look- carefully and 'see that It Is made' by (be "California Fis Syrup Company OXEFOUK XEVVR bur OTTTI Correspondent! One Four, Nov. Carlson and Ctnlfcnr Vaeger were land sect ers here tils week. We are informed lhat Die Singsaas his filed application for the W. half of Section 13-2-5. A. Daniel of Caeary representing Ihe Manufacturers Life, was a One Four visitor today. J. J. EvenEon was bera on election business today and went on to Sage Creek. T. L.. Duncan" has been appointee enumerator for the Ono Four sub- division for tho general election. P. F. 0. Chlsholm was a. business Tisilor at Govenlocfe last week. 0. D. Green .has closed the season at Pea Green Cottage and taken his fainily to New Dayton for the winter D- Current went lo Tuesday with his son Clarence, who required medical examination as tut failing to procure one. .returned he.Is a estimable young'man In wllh a razor and it is alleged lojour dlslrlct nnil has had the honor to cut Kendrick's throat, he made a gash -1 'rom the ear to the was locked up in.the fall and Ken- dricts Is under the doctor's care. w' v, a War and between him and my charge of the party, which numbers nicety officers nnd HD men. The same steamer brings returned soldiers and 500 eaf ers. LABOR CONVENTION Funeral services over the remains of James Clarke, the.15 year old' BOH of Mrs: P. G. Clarke, who died on Sunday afternoon, were held la the assembly Tuesday alternoonf A' large erowa was in attendance, school .being .dismissed so. the school chilorcn could The speakers were Bishop Marker, A- Mercer, W. H. Hindley and J. B. Hlrle, Bll speak- ing words of comfort io the. bereaved mother. !pidest .son Is at present :In the eastern 'stalea'.o'n a mission, where' he has'been for ,1110 past two pill were chums of .the, Johnspn, Barton _ fe Javr, Xov.' labor rep -r- meeting to self there Is. a Thursdav evening lor tho and not any friction whatever.. He purpose of nominating a federal can- H ERE is a useful Overcoat lor Winter. It has warmth and quality in addition to the tailoring of the Fit-Refqr'm organi- zation. These splendid Over- coats are shown in various colors. Price according to material and trimmings. 520 to 208 A MCKELVIE MCGUIRE, knows he la free to_step Inlo the post for the Moose Jaw riding- 'LETHBRIDGE Lhe pall bearers, the school Bishop j. I.-Chlpmab, Mr. and Sirs., Lloyd; Bradshair, Primary officers, Mrs.-Win., Sabey end .MIss.LrHalL-'-'-. -The "Gravel last by the town -was a grand successr-r wort commenced, early in inorn-' Ing and conUnued uuljl; dirk'-uid.-the1 main 'street. In ffonl' of Ihe business houses was put In fuie_sbape. About 115 teams and 150 men This was flradaatloB KDrk'and .the town officials wish to lhant all.lhosb who turned "out The! Women's Inati- lulo" served dinner for the 'men 'in IleatherEhaw's 'Sinner Vis furnished by Ih'e ladles'' of Ihe IOTVD Md the merchants. Mrs. Davits dt the Grant and general mer- chants, offered to fu'rn'sH the dinner, but as the repairing ot.-lhc'slreet'was business Doople 'on .the ElreeL Donations- were Hrecelyed .from the Trading Co. and Sabey Ireated all the ;workers..- lo. a barrel'of 2 per cinrXlterti's ;IMde. I A large crowd attended Ihe fre'e.dancc I held In the evening. ;STi KILDA IFrom Our Own St. KUda, NOT. weather here for the put week Has' been fully zz nice as summer ,a'nd the farmers nre cerlalnly making _goo'd use.'bf H: The plowing is progressing rabidly and a vrill.see II all flnUhed. A. M. Gilmor'a a business trip to -.Coutls one day last week. Mr. Heea Davles who' has been In Ihe local hospital, at- Devon, llonl, Ihe past fdw weeks wllh Inflam- alory rheumatism appear lo be lecoverlng Very railbly aa'il Is not eipeclcd to be. out for'some time yet. Mr Dtrlea Well Jttiown man In this country'and his rnany. friends lo'aeo" ilai Mr. and wife' re turned from their honeymoon io Ificlr luture home at'st. KUda.. .Mr.-Lemon, one.of Ibe men of the O, 4 P. Devo.loplng Is In the ilcln- {ly from Winnipeg, making preparations to move their oil derrick machinery which Ibsy hare lo- cated berc'ln Section 1, Township 1, flange west of the.ltlf'M. It Is undcntood work will start as soon as ,A enjoyable dance was given at tfle home of John .Thompson a few days ago and every body; reported a fire'iline. A .most rleUclous supper was served at 12 o'clock and an hour by Wm. Dander and alao by Mr. and Mm. o. Wy Beasellc. Music lurnhbcd by the .'McDonald orcheilra which prov. til to bt the Terr bes't- 'A. Helbtrg was a business visitor o( r. one.day last week. i. fight! --Buy Victory pis We cannot lend ybu-ihe money to buy we can assist by offering 'many lines of i V- w Our'present-day pricesmeati a-saving [q ypu.V -0 High-grade Suits: and In Fit ZQth Gentry ;A11 hand tailortxj ihirpughout, finished tci your measure here which means a giiarntee of perfect fit. These suits and overcoa'ts cannot be duplicated by us today at these SUITS. to and Good SuiU u low as i _ OVERCOATlS'rln heavy Ulster and three-quarter length Slip on Pricei to Undervfear Stanfields' heavy ribbed arid up.7 i.t COMBINATIONS. In StanfieldsV Dr: and Watson H iV' NOT.' Anmerd'a'ni Dallr Mall sayi i Ocr- man 'suhftijrlne oa Monday torpedoed wlihont-iMnilis Dutch trawler i( 4 point 26 miles off the Datch A Dulo.h boy was tilled. were rescued nrier be- ing In a'Bfnall boat i fanded at Vmufden. SWEATER to r': 'j SHOES Moderately -Priced The Geo. the best and The up Other good friable makes in'cJrcss up Work Shoes np i -j YOU'LL NOTICE THE DlFFERt.NCE IN THE 8UALITY-ANO MAKINO BE DEtiaHTCO-AT'THE WE HAVE TO LARGEST DISTRIBUTORS OF MEN'S WEAR McKelvie KIRKHAMI Ihe 'S McGuire -.r ;