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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 19, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 19, 1915 THE tETHBRIDGE DAILY HEHAMJ PAGE SEVEN All qiir. .'PnckingrJIousfv- J'i-oiiucts are stamped. "Canada, Approved" vliy G'ovurn- uient Inspectors, means that sill our customer-: aio piotecled hy Uio 1'uic Food o Wlicu buying al dependable nnukcts' ou juu assumed ol the that (an IIP bought, as ue saciilico quality [pi prioo. r For this Week End we hsnc a Full Line o( Meats and Poultry TTniost Bulrei, pei pound Bultci, J poaiuK foi Doinnuou liollcd Boneless Shpuldei el P, BURNS MAIN Avenue'.South. Phones 412 and 1388. Ave anti 6th "St ff Phone 1654 PALACE Street North. Phone 431. The following resolution, urging thq complutlon us, soon possible of tha Lethbridge .Irrigation 'pro- ject, was pusDud at the rug'u'.ur -lun- cheon ot the council the ijotird ol yosterday, Mar-" noch arid D.unham word requested to prcsent II, to'lhc irrigation convention 'n Hassano, which oiions'next'wock, "WJiereas, the- majority of the farm- ers in the proposer L'ellibrlilKe'.north- ern Irrigation, rjroject ex- sod themselves as being, tlesir-! ous that this .project.'..should he car- into effect the earliest possible date; anil 'Whereas, the extraordinarily high 'ields of grain this year throughout -hat district huvo coitHrmud by iirac- ical results the latent fertility ot heir lands when supplied with the iticessary amounts of moisture; and; 'Wheruas. tllclr experience in past 'ears points to the probability that in future, years there may be defi- ciency of moisture; and, 'Whereas, these farmers are satis Tied by their visits to the farms in the irrigation district south- of Loth bridge that they, ton, could grow high- ly profitable crops ot alfalfa, hay, etc., and insure crops on euch lands as they might retain under grain; and, Whereas, the preliminary surveys carried out by the Irrigation branch i of the department of the Interior 'live demonsti ited that irrigation ihties could Le eUuirfetl at reasonable i cost to other areas east and south of 'Lethbridge, in which soli and climatic conditions aro similar to .iljostjjin the successful Lethbridge irrigation dis trlct, these areas totalling approxl matuly therefore be it 'Resolved, that the Western Can- ada Irrigation association respect- fully urges the Dominion- governmant to diligently proceed with the'surveys in tlie districts so that the fanning communities may be enabled to proceed to take avail themselves of the benefits-of irriga- any avoidable delay And the association .directs that Help Digestion To keep your digestive organs in good working or- der tostimulate your liver, tone your stomach and regulate your bowels, take UiEut S.l. el Any Mtjlcmo h IKe WorU. Sold Inboxet, 25 WEAK AND TIRED WOMAN copies of this resolution -be 'fnrward- !ed to the Premier, II. Harden, and to the Hon. Dr. Rpche, Minister of the Interior, Ottawa, Bf-BGCE- London, IS i reported diBpatchea from tnat imnn diate aUIon w ill be, taKeu regarding inil will Ue tolerated h is saJiTJtajy ynfH take an important part in the forthcoming developments The action jvill qptqraily defend upon Cgnfetantine the the attjtmle mid his Eptdnte powers Vhe of ing Pnteate toward It is made beloie jjie end of sent week v It is be Tlierc mui in the LQ-il of States last 1h nuin her m the QI tut mdustrj Italy Ready To Capture XQV- Italy IB mak to tftktf tire fort -ita almost ntj.. stable ifngp oi ew" that so many of the'roore impon. ant tlio mountain passes fill en nitoJtauan liquids wil) IIQ attacked fn pn of half i men, fa the repoit chculated speeches along patriotic lines, point- here P out the prhllegc. of anfj fighting Tells How Vlnoi Made Her Strong. LKthTjiidge women who are, weak. Tin-down tmd suffer from the conse- quent such a condition, will be interested in Mrs. Qdell's letter. She i am a farmer's; wife and was ail weak, tireil, and suffered from indigestion, and aonietimeB it seemed au'though I 'could not keep around and do my housework. 1 had taken many medicines without bene- fit. One day I saw Vinol advertised, and made up my mind ,to try it. I have taken four bottles and have jjalued seven -pounds in weight, am much stronger, and feel many years younger than before." Sarah Odell, Lockport, N. Y. The reason Vino! builds up 'weak, run-down women so quickly is be cause it contains a delicious combl nation of the three most successful tonics, peptonate of iron to enrich and revitalize the blood, the strength- creating, body-ibuilding elements of fresh cods' livers without oil, and beef peptone. 'Wo wunt to Bay to every weak run-down, overworked woman in Lethbridge that we will return your inoney if Vino! fails to help you as It did Mrs. .7. D. Higinbothani Co., Limited, Druggists, Lethbridge, Regulations for the Reserve Militia Enthusiasm for Fund at Coalhurst Great enthusiasm prevailed., at the patriotic .meeting in Viipport ot tlie patriotic fund at Cbalhurst, labt cunmg, ami hy S Ball and D" H Llton Lhe attended evidence that, tht contribations froni tins Avill total.no small supi.'Reeve Afc- Dcrmid occupied the cliajiy ahtl IVoth Mr. Ball and Mr. Elton gave stirring BANK IN D Bristol Nov s de elopments indicate shortage in" the apcounta of the nrst Jfatic ink Bristol the tp the hTnds of a bank oxeminer, jesteidfu Gash lei Tprijus Straijdness, ivftp here iyeeks ufio, haaxnot been jpcated who fiom i, Ont, pjeyfen yeara ogp, died -it the home ot his man about teg igiles east pf Clarea nolra v Tht jpy of having good bread realized by those who in support ot a cause that on the prjnciplcs of liher- tj and free iora oi thought and ac- tion Indications ire that tne mining communiU, patticularlj at Coal- hurst, will he a large- contributor, ,J Cases Disposed of in District Court The following civil abtipns... havp been disposed of in dis'nct court week btipera Donaldson, to next court Peters is Keji to court, McN'aUj Thatll, settiel out court Polanto Vargair, lo next couit lolton judgment pLuntilT for ?2 75 Oauhnck vs Oisptyu.k, action recover moncj loaned, judgnleni. claim ind costs Frnpirc Cream Separator Co action a cream separa tor, conbEiit judgment foi to tat The organization of the Reserve Militia is authorized, subject to the pi lowing regulations prescribed by ihe governor in council under section Iff of the Militia Act 1. The reserve militia consist of such units as arc iroin time to lime named by the governor in coun- cil. 2. Divisional and district com- manders will he responsible for the reserve militia as they are. for other troops located in their areas and (lis- tncfs 3. Units of the reserve militia may he associated: with corresponding un- its of the active militia. The minimum age limit for the reserve militia ami the part thereof, is liable to be called out on active ser- yicc anjuhere in Canada 11 Ihe government will not nnder- taltc to proviue the rescue mihtia, except when called out on active SDt'vice, cither with.horses or with vehicles, saddlen, arms, am munition accoutrements, clothing or other articles of equipment, personal or regimental. 12 Officers and men will not bo entitled to transportation subsist- ence, 01 allowances, while on acMvr service, vhen they will be 'atcd, rank for rank, as though they Belonged to the active militia. 13 D'icept while on actne service (a) an officer oi the reserve militia mav resign his commission at any tune, an I (h) V man may claim his Empire Cream Separator Co i discharge alfr 30 davs1 notice, action soparatoi, nent for plaintiff lor 9b judg in WE'RE INDEPENDENT Xot with any otlici Meat tho city. foi toincii- jidvo a lull lino ol including fine r Spring (Jliickeii 'at, noitnd i >t r ft, i >i> .sonif1 Fine Yomii> Tnrkeyi just The Independent Meat Market Plionii (jOo 405fith St, S APPOSITE OHPHEUM THEATRE PATRIOTIC -FUND COMMITTEE AT LOMOND Lomond Alta li a Patrt oja Fund organization meeting, here- on Wednesday, the following were elected President, A! len Mr Sandeis, treiauiei, Air Wb'jster se-'ietan, J H. Duffy, with a cominitlee of twelve, including isieral ladies wniolr meet tonight to decide upon the- lialgn.- Among tlie large trf: sent was Mr McNaughtnn Ar P 1> A SIMPLE WAY TO REMOVE DANDRUFF Therp is one snre that lias never failel to dandruff at oiido, nnd that (a to dlssohe it, then jou lestroy It e.itiial> To do this, get four ounces of plain, common liquid arran nom any ilnig stoio (this is all joij will up ply It at night when retiring, use emniith to moisten the scalp nnd rub It In gently witli the B) momint, most If not ail, of >our lajdruff be gone, anil Uiroe oi 'oin moro arpllcutlons will complete' j dissolve destroy everj single slfcn and trace ot tf, no mattji) mt "h dindmff inay have You will find all Itching and ills of the scalp wljl Inttunttj-, and your liali will liq fluffy, hmtrous. h'msaf silky and son, and looK nhd fool a hundred i tlinofj better. Llaemont i [ng to his commanding omcer The goieraoi m council may, writini 14 at am time, disband any unit, or portion of i unit, if he consider it ailyjsalilc to do so (II Q 262 1 Establishment The following is .the authorized es- tablishment of a battalion of the re- serve militia. lieutenant-Colonel 1 Major i Adjutant j clicnl Offlccr CIi ipldin Sergeant Major Quartermaster t-prgcant Ordcrlv Room Ulerk Hntmcn Total IloiflciUdUcrs Pach of i Sitbaltcrns (2nd m Command) Major Company Quaitci master Sergeant n 1 fj 15 1 1 Corporals Privates Total Co'mpW I (II Q 2 H 221 250 BIBLE SCHOOL FUNOt LOST honsas City Afabol K oit tbo Soarlitt Blhlo Vnd training school, toriav admitted, fa lowing reports ctr rtllated In financial circles, that the endowment the.: Institution boen lost, t Washington, D.O., N'or. cials ot the dopar.tment of Justice ox- pact to make overy_ possible effort to bring proseciuUon In cases wheru niun- itlon plants aVo it" evklence can be ga there ti to show that the gov- ernment Is In any way concerned. Of- ficials are at the inaction of state, officials'In such cases. Lpndon, Law, the Uplpnjst iDemhcri-of-the "war council and; secretary foe tlie colonies, made optimistic reference" to the outlook tfce Ilbor of. the today, when lie baul tliat the should not 1-e taken into tjic government's confi de'iice. -He declared' vhat to" do this would be.to. take, the .enemy into their confidence, too. ".You can rely upon this, thdt the situation is not fao black as it is he PRESIDENT QUOTES BIBLE Wilson Uses Scripture in Defence of Military Preparedness Washington, Wilson hag quoted the Bible in defence of his policy of military preparedness. In a letter to Seth Low of New York, which was given out tit the White Houso, the President gave quotations from Ezekiel might be con- strued as answering the .attacks Former Secretary of State Bryan; His letter "My JJear 31 tftnnk you very warmly for yotir geHQrpus letter of Xovember "5.' i' ani" particularly gratified that you should' ap_ fully; con cur in the position I toulr in .niy speech to the Manhnttati club.' There r la quotation from which I 'have had verv much in my mind recently in conntction with these mat tens. It is the sectipd, third, fourth, fifth and sixth verses of Chapter 33: of Man, apeak to the children of Thy iwiiplB, and say unto them, .when I bring tiie sword upon the laiul, if the people of tho land take a man off their coastH and set him for their watchman; when lie seeth the sword come upon the land, he blow tho trumpet and warn the people; 'Then whosoever heareth the Hound of the trinnpef. and taketh not warning; if the sword come and take him away, his blood shall be upoa-hia bead. 'If he hoard the sound of the trumpet, and took not warning his Mood shall be upon him: but he that taketh warning shall deliver hla soul. 'But if the watchman sees tlie' sword come, and blow not the trumpet and the.people be not warned; if tKe sword conic and take any person from among; them, ho is taken away in. his Iniquity; and his blood will 1 reouiEft the in a hand Coidiallv and tinceieb jours, "WOODROW WILSONS PREPARE for COLD WEATHER t t Warm Coats, Underwear, Gloves, Mitts, Pure Wool Blankets, Down Quilts, Toques, Sweaters and Heavy, Hosiery. QUALITY H PRICE the Best in Every Item Splendid Range of Values in Women's and Children's Warm Winter Coats EVERY PRICE HAS BEEN REDUCED Boys' Canadian Frieze Coats f Regular ?8.00 values Women's Heavy Coats Retor 12001) and J 21 00 tallies Fine Heavy Coath Regular ?24 00 and OG allies Women's Heavy Tweed Coats iReguIar values Women's Fancy Tweed Coats 'Regular values ttirls' Warm Tweed Coats Ileglilal 00 -values girls' fancy Tweed Coats Regalai values Little Girls' Bear Coats Regular 00 Girjs' Cosy Warm Coats Regular ?C 00 values Top Coats Pxcellcnt nualitj of materials well lined throughout, ghau 1 collars Kegular 00 i al UOB (or JS 00 Little Boys' Top Coats Regular 17.00 values Lfttle Boys' Top Coats Regular values ,Woo] Bibbed Sweaters 75c Iii a 'big range of stylesTmd sUes, ibeginni Wmnep's Sweaters 1u the: biggest and best range we've ever showq Prices range from to ?b75. Keal Down Quilts Human Sateeu Coverings real down filling !n shades Also other hnus al 00 and 111 Oq An Unbroken Range of for Men, Women and fM'o fiecc or Combination in WooJ, Halt fl ool, or All potion, 01 fall veiahts Fenniiifii, ,8tjmfipld 01 Matson's colok You'Jl find our fleece lined Hosiery 25c gdoj stocking: at a low price HilkH for Dresses, 30" 1 Taffctn, yai'd Cploii, navv, brown, taffeta that will gne Cordkiroy Skills a TQiider coniiidering the high cost of Ot course, line we cannot re hut while thoy last its join chance to high in na-vj nnd black, pum iprg3, ,alio fast _dyes, velvet cpiduioy in Ijrqwft, afld at .Shirt Waists Jfado trora Votings, cotton, pongee, repp and cprdM dimities Colors white tan k Plfcua lanp from WOO, II and <125 C'lii'istiiias Stocks Now Ready Fancy Neckwear, beautiful Lute ,and oteatlons Modeiatelj nnsod Irish and Swiss Handkerchiefs styles, embroideied edges, lace cuges or also fine colored .edgings i V! Uli'Js' Flan'lette 90C an escellent quality llan- in slzei 8 to JU Good value each 9jk y THE SIMPSON qo, ;