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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - November 20, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta WEDNESDAY. NOVEMBER 20, lOtS THE LETIinmiKiK DAILY Ill'.P.ALD PAGE TIIRER Hi fHAT SON-IN-LAW OF PA'S Pa is So Thoughtless About Ccclnc's Health Bv Wellington rr.-r Mn- Vm�;i*^,t-T 3li�r |4cV Wvt QweT "i'VY o WDOHJ^HT ON6 Of THOSE PPEADfUU OfVOUj I-1 SHALU EJe SO WORKUP fW- DON'T VJORRS, HA- J -f^L iYvuLL?,TUS' � e o a o o- A. -.-'�'W^iii C5'. r.i! rr cah(i dally e.-:c. pt., Sunday. >*. .',:::! niul f.2-1 lie:i'vp"ri Calgarj \ a'Hi Ivlmnntoii will ho withdrawn. Mo. ."'J7 ami r,ir*? hr|\Vf.(!i Hard; '.I a'i'1 K'lm-mi.in will be withdrawn. '�'in' I'.i'il'.cr part.h ular.i apply �' ;ii .i\ o'clock Monday morn-inc. Tin1 irxiicntnly LirRo :iti"Ililancl anl lhi' bountiful floral tributes MnKitiK va-i turn! he.1 by Hi') foXowins;, iiioI.t tho ilirc'tidii i.f J, O. llrli|.;c: .Moalitcn Hal.cock. Watsion. Woml, llari.cr. Sa-boy a Mil Mi ii Wo Icy, Mpvt.i. .1. it. Mi'ri'or, J. II. llrlilRo.. u-ilcr. of KoUH'Wh''!'.' " Nfr. McX'iitif.'ti nans "Faro to I'.iio." Tii" firs' etMM:.vlm )ia>) been nr ina!:r..'d �!(!, I'.' "T A REFRESHING TALE SOI GOOD WELLS ILLL a v.'( il '11 avini; toaay tii'.'i.-i To read It. .T. ('. t-ioad':! now book, The dwellers of thq plain.'. It. in a f/i>ciri:itlni; .-tory filled i Willi lintn'iii i;iie|(..t iiml apiieali lo i nil a*.'-'. V.e follow lhi! Uf'r of l)a\i: 1 I.'ldon with intei]  liite'e t from hl� j early Mirron!id,n�:i :ih a . ow puticber, ' tl!i.>diicale'l In the book mmj.o> yt-t withal one of nature.'* plillosopliors, to bis iife in tln> c.|ty, Willi a!) orbim-InVre t 1' N In tills atmaapiM'to tint he me'in th" eiiy i;irl. Irene Hardy, who ixit' i ciicli an iiithnncc upon hi* whole II fKrnm Our r>vri (' lirrpp'.o.l'rt) Spring Coulee, Nov'. IK. Mr. Mo.- . from Vancouver, lit'., a couv'in of l!a late Mr: Schofieid. ii vi'dtitiK .Mr. and Mri:. 1'if'd (ireeuv.ood. Mrs. Alex. Manroe has iiml an attack of (|tiinsy. Mrs, ('. V. Tliomp-on nod her yotm;:-jo tt Hon are Iiif!uen7.a vlctIniH. I Mr. a di'dnTir .shipped in a nice new pliiuo this Week. I Mr. 11uiin who hliii; feet above the surface. Then, are about a. half dozen of j these wells in Ihindi !v! v. !ii"h i;jv i Sprini; Coulee confbl.m�� that this . an artesian belt. ' Mr. .lolm Thompson : n liored at his home. A i;rcat dual of Ii r ... |ied in from North. : n Alii. ita. 1 Mr. and Mrs. Howell j..,-,. |, i Thursday for Spakaii'. Th. ir J friends hrro will be sorry i., lo-i ! trom tbfK comiminity Mr. Hushi'1 of The 'I radini; Co. U now- the proud jh�.->.�or o: a baby di.ui; liter. , Mr. Fred Jlristler h.i rotten a beautiful new McI.tuiKhliii car. ' When our people a.' K"1 in .1 tb- iiliau.-i 1 situation.' ITALIAN PRISONERS. It'-rtie. Nov. 2". Arrangements ion : been ma.'e for lh" 'ran uortation o j I oo.oio) Jtaiiati prisoners .,i \^ a r I Au-tlia and (Jermauy to Italy b> Ii f Switzerland. The firs' of t;.. idal trains, each carrying saiy passed on Saturday. Terii". N. I Jei'iii.in avj: We'll,- .ol.iy II Hill lilH �>, , had lo.st th, ii. vc'l tinr "'.v. i'.:. r'.aiid �d >v. I,". N dors land, and Tlinrscia '.'t'.rii front ir dirctioii. sou!" of th to in; int' r: "..-a ina: ai Swi.- � . They c lid said but i� : m came "d. ti'i, \v, LAND FOR SALE Mr. She!!,.!) poke of il'e el and told i .�)� an.! : iii" tr, c 111 life boyhood of the ,|(. l.:o: char Mr H C Hell. v.ji a kinder niiii: t: in ".1 the 'ri and man Tl; a; I -i il llldoil 1 n.o.sj he where fi'^UIO and a v  The illR '.'!�' its plot ion a'm Stead ." :i"ie to 'PI"  '�-, r tl. �-�> but al ti re i.f he later 1 In Hi" I victim o; C.UI.tl!! wej| ', iiclni: f, i*phfov. I'1. The Influ i ban has hcon lTlcd from Vancouver. North Vancouver, I'oitit (Jr. y and N'e..-Wes'minster. An order in council \va �::.J b le ,1 > u 'h :n to i' ii ii He an In !> let; a fr.e.'i.' in show hi n Ho l-Xfll'i-s i,. i 1,,, tjuntly and -poke to tint bi'fcivcil. Mr. SliHiton to lu� a go.nl oltiteu I" I'., wus ,ll l. iii-i -jiiipitby ori-d this f till' eralioii uii.l 11 lle-inncd l'p,,:i thu e ale the when our ,!i l).!|llic.i. I! hi.-, appr-oia': Ion had at-ii nil tn.in) or, Ward, lie was alw.,>-, on hi,f a-sl^taiii o was jii-dii I v a)"...'. � �,:.�:.: ' � do 11 . r f.u (j-'.il M" Sh. i- r ..I :> .... .,m !, .,. i\ n:.n, .: d ;-ot:.. ..j;  ...Id of an*-.lie Mr l!:e m-i' ' �.,,.er, ho ul iti" faao'y lo out.' p-'i !, on :o' - isiou l., '.i!ip..:li. :.,r Hie if civiifnrt ill he lilii-W ,--t ii,an and Mr Martin W'.-olf. M diii'.to'as id e\pi,,,s'.u(t ll.- had loved , -ol bin-  tor t.e.r ' lad ' iii.il-!p which t!..'/ '� r..-o i , tllo c i.' -,i be . i|,| ihitii-R uhe h w.t: i iiiat Ii -ire WclK.le.l in fie hop llarke." ixti:c �i'il in ii' tho wav Mr Sh.,]-ti-il in a !i. i;!i i.il '.v.,y ail.wis in M.i(.;r.u)i li.ind when He spoke �c -ill:], .I'llic l,..r. I !|bi:c her ' is Id, 111" ' 'rs'ot' ".i i a pisat :� i ar i, i only i: e. e as t|:-' lie..I,.x b �\ b. :i ,n*cr,' .i ! i'y i he wo Will I'll 1 ' , are vi horn, who , i'.v pllll, ll  � n man. 'i. oven Take It of the second depot battalion, wlil.ii in. hide I t}turt!f!i connected with th" ttr � of inoiio> for luiprop -r purp'ois In order to ileieai iU� Military Service act by redileitiK raU'Bor-ijatioti to such iin oxiettt at lo frco fit men front military aervlce THE EXHAUSTED BUSINESS MAN and 11. A Mo,no l'l  niiii the I illmi iiiK'. �itar Mr and Mr-., u-ai't, llitsh C.ran' dr.; wreath tj. a. (1 ral tributes worn l'illow. luiuly; Harold Wood; W. 11. Mclutyro lleddoi. I, |'al- NOBILITY ARRESIEO sar and fatally; Mvrib-. nr.-aih, Mr. ,.ud Mr s Here Kllin^. un ; an. iior. W. Itlrliv 1. lalfli-i. II A Moon-, 1. IVil-i;ar, T. J. liavie- I K Atkinson. .1. 11. Turner. W. r AtK'a John V � ier, Out. ilrandon native of died at Ion William, j world." U.S. IDEALS SAME J London. Xov. 20.-Premier Lloyd lieorgn has sent the following cablo-j sraiii to President Wilson: j "My heartiest thanks for your cordial, kindly iuess:;:;e. I um certain tho ideals of our t,wo countries r�gardli'ir ; international reconstruction are fundamentally the same 1 feel sure that at the peace conference wfl shall bu I utile to co-opera to fruitfully to pro-j mote the rolRii of peace with liberty and true ileuioerxcy throughout tho \eled at ih� l.ire.e ni'.'aber : of people who lack iron in I the blood  and w ho never Mi'pect tllo cause of th'ir weak, iicrvoui rundown state Lack of Iron In th� blood not only makes a lii.'-n n physical and mental wi'Uklnu. norvouH, lr-' rltablo, easily fatigued, , bu; It utterly roln him of I that vlrllo force. that itttmliia and rtl'ciu;th of will which are so neces-i-ary to uuccess and ' power In every walk of life. It may also trim*-for in a beautiful, : liweet-tempei'ed woman Into one who la cross, nervous and Irritable. 1 have Htrongly einphiishod the jtreat necessity of phy.sl I ins inakinj; blood I ox.iininations of their weak, aii.ieiuic. i run-down patients. Thousands u' persons ro on year after year suffer-iiiK from physical weakness and a highly nervous condition due to lac!: of .sufficient iron In their fillilii'd J corpuscles without ever realizing the ' real and true cause of their trouble. Without iron In your Idood your fuoo merely passes, through the bod v. i-oniethluij like corn throuxli an old mill with rollers so wide apart Unit tne mill can't grind. I "i-Vr want of Iron you may be an old nmti at thirty, dull of intelb-ci, poor In metnoty, nervous, Irritable and all nin-divwii," while nt fifty or sixty, with plenty of iron In your blood, you may still be yomiK in feel-inif. full of life, your whole bollli: , brimming over with vim and energy. 1 "As proof of this take tho case of Former United States Senator and : Vice-presidential Nominee Charles A.  T'owne. who at pant 5S Is still a verlt-1 ublo mountain of tireless energy. � Senator Towno says. 'I have found Nuxated Iron of the sreiteat b�nof't i as h tonlo and regulative. Henceforth I fhall not bo without It. 1 am in a position to testify for the benefit of others to the remt'.rkablo and Immediate holpfuluess of this remedy, and 1 unhesitatingly recommend Nuxated Iron to all who feel the need of renewed energy and tho regularity of bodily functions. I "Then there U Former Health j Commissioner William H. Kerr, of Chicago, who is past tho threo score ' year mark, but still vigorous, active, full of life, vim and enersy. Former Health Commissioner Kerr nays lie belleveH hla own personal activity today is largely due to IiIh use of Nuxated Iron, and that he believes it ' ought to be prescribed by every physician and used lu every uosuiui la j tho country. TENDERS TR.. to bo Mthmfttcd with tenders. All particulars may be had of the Chief of Police. t.Signed� W.M. MAIinV. '.Mi-! Chief, of I'ollco. JIDICI VL SAIJi OF FAKM rKOPEUTY K'-n i:,-,,lvli.it Mention 'I'll" It-.-.'�'! l'OI! SALI-l- I have sun a, res of rraz-it:; I.uhi, takim: in a lit'l valley ill tin inonn'ans. Natural n'e a iow conta'.i' �! in;: acres. :', laic i-iinn an' iy !b�w -' no; i.priima. 2 lante creek-, |,,,i, a,,'..s 1 can bo irrigai",! at : iii.nl cos; wii'-n laud is cleared up and cnltivaied v, .il make splendid alfalfa . I...no. . loiil.l pro itico Ji/nii ions niinually. Lois of open rani;.' adjoitiiiiir. 1 don't iioed properly and am \.ailiiiL; for a in n position to uiil./.e it. to a.lvant;u;e. Must h.ive a I'ound'it.on b","d of hve stoi k an i i.oiuo capital is ri'i|U;i'eil. 1 will s. II on Unir; lernis to ro'.lit party nr will pat in .and as an investment .vitli re;.:: pa.'ly. for fihone to 1'. Lund. i'. O. 2 KM Dr. A.T.Spankie M.D., CM. EYE. F.AL. NO-.C AND T H LO AT SPECIALIST Office room-. 121-122, New P. Hunn linlliiiiip;. Corner Sth Av). ui.'l Vt.d St. i:>st. Calc;nry. tJttice Photic M2SIS I'.esidcnco l-hcni! MS077 Interne ni.d House HurKron. Manhatta : Lye. I.ar. N'n ale wl'h Hie Court at '!'.'� I'i, -i of ! 'ore:.i .�t. on dav of lie. etubcr, .11, bv i i.ml approbation of thii 1 'it i.e in the Town Saturday, the Mth 11'!-.. at I- o'clock Aii'-tiou- f Free! S nerlv i Online Hospital. sa-l'L i-ookliu; and the-people of this sui h tin ..linn, flcbncy lu the men and women mat � '1 h � irh W . i. T,.v, ill. \\ i WaddinifioT). m: properly. � i oirirter of Section i-diij, l'i\e I,', i, liaiiite t oi the l-ourth Mori-vinco of Alberta, con-i more or h "-s About property i- under cul- oil.  ill leu acres op. n l.ll.d. oil : ' in t he n.it lire of a clou o-lo.im with clay .- uli -oil. There ,o builditig ; on the property, but is I o' rods of lenciiu;. o pr.ipetty will bo offered for -cile  ' a, ;l\a: l;.le are .a theio Tho flUbJc, bell SlVe I Term. c!'...-e prlci fifteen jit-r .- P , ac; � tin THE "RUN-DOWN" BUSINESS WOMAN within ninety without Intel two In t.'ll.'lle and twelve n: iii'h interest a reo-rved hid, which bus by iho Court. T. ii per cent of the pur � at the (line of the sale, cent uf ihe purohasi' price days from date of sale  and Ihe balance in ma payable within six onth . from date of sale, at tile rate of eight per eel Ei Elliott Sheet Metal Works Winter will �oon bo hero and bring w.th it thu cold weather. Have your furnaces overhauled by ii, li.vp. 11 work. Hot air lurnaco work a sj>&-� , .. v. Phone 1711 3.'0 Sixth St. 8. Lethbrldge, Alia. UNCONVENTIONAL IDEAS in monuments find it-: rrridy to carry thorn out to fh" las' i]�>. tail. If you have an |,|o i for :i nnouoriul of ueu nil character come and re., a : or have us call and so- you. Wo fool sure wo can so on convince ynn of our ability to produce perfectly In Btom: the idea you have In mind. Lethbridge Monumental and Cut Stone Works R. Needs, Prop. 6th 3treet 8. "lint In my opinion y�u can't make these strong, vigorous, sue -----ies-ful. Htunly, Iron men by feeding them on metallic Iron, The old forms of metallic iron must �;o through a digestive process to transform them into organic iron-Nuxated Iron-before they are rernly to l.e taken up and assimilat i'il by th,- human system. Notwithstanding nil th'-'t nas been s ill and written on this subject by well- j known physicians, thousands of people still iusi-t In dosing thorns.-Ives with metallic iron, simply, I suppose, because it costs a few cents less. I otrongiy advi"- r�n�l��ri� in all cases , to get a physician's prescription for organic Iron-Nuxated Iron-or if you don't want to go to this trouble, then purchase only Nuxated Iron In its original packages and soe ih.it Ibis particular name (Nuxated Iron) appears on the package. U you have taken preparations such as Nus and Iron and other similar iron products and failed to get results, remember that Biieli producta are an entirely different thing from Nuxated Iron." i Manufactur�ra' Nota: Nuxated Iron which has been used by Or. Sullivan and others .with such surprising results, and which la prescribed and recommended above by 'physicians, is not a secret remedy, but one which Is well-known to druggists everywhere. Unlike tho oldor Inorganic iron products, it. is easily assimilated and does not injure tho teeth, make them black, nor upset the stomach.. The manufacturers guarantee successful and entirely satisfactory results to every purchaser or they will refund your inonoy. It is dispensed by all ^ootT druggists. city by J. 0. Hlflin- eeiu per annum, or at the option oi tho pinch i-er the whole amount may bo paid within ninety days from date of sale without interest. All payments except the initial payment to be made to the in,del-'gned Clerk of the Court at Lethbrldge. Further particulars will be made known at the time of sale or may be had from Messrs. Conybeare, Church, Mi-Arthur and Davidson nt Leth bridge, agents of Me-srs. Mulr. Jeph-son, Adams and lirownlee, Solicitors for the Vendor. Dated at LothbridRe in the Province of Albcr'a, this Hth day of November, AD. P. n. FrtigM aiiaaa OfTc* ........... HO  ta^ft/ .......... 1014 THE ROY ELECTRIC Electrical Contracting of at! kinds. Agenta for th* WorM Famous Delco Light Country wiring a specialty. 618 4th Avenue Box 334 Phone 735 8old in thia TENDERS | FO1* THE ERECTION OF A MALE DORMITORY AND DINING HALL, PROVINCIAL ASYLUM, PONOKA. Sealed tenders addressed to the undersigned and endorsed 'Tender for a Mule Dormitory mid Dliiiiig-ball. Ponoka Asylum" will bn received up to 12 o'clock noon, December 2nd, 1!>1S. Each tender must be accompanied by an accepted cheque, payable to tho Minister of Public Works to the amount ot five (5%) percent, of tho tender. Should the contract be awarded the successful bidder shall bo required to execute a guarantee bond on an approved Surety Company to the amount of twenty (20%) per cent, of the contract. Tho cheques of tho unsuccessful contractors .will be returned within six days iifior tho contract is awarded. The riK'iit is reserved to reject any or all bids or to waive any de'ee.t. ni.,.,. ;,.,,! uneclflcntloni will be Issued to applicants at the Provincial A;chiti ci's Office, Parliament llulld-ings, Kdmonton. on recelnt of a deposit of ten ($10,00) dollars which will bo refunded on return of plans, specifications and a bona fide finler. L. C. CHAWJiJSWOlVTH. nuuity Minister of Public Works. Rated nt Edmonton this 2tith dav (October, 1918. Ad Ui L A. H. Roosa Draying and Baggage Transfer Day or Night Service to Any Train When Called. PHONE 1869 Residence 922 2nd Avenue South fwarrwaafti-r,- -ruin rCTt-i-^^.^ : 320 Acres in the Warner District Half under cultivation. Rood bouse and other buildings, all fenced, well, for f'.lXuQ per acre. , Horses and machinery included, $laiin cash, balance half, crop, interest 7''e. CHAS. T. COUSINS SKIFF, ALTA. itwcaawvo CANADA FOOD BOAfcO LICENSE NUMBER 2-0 II FURS-FURS-FURS Highest Prices Paid CANADIAN HIDE AND METAL COMPANY 220 2nd Ave. 9. 164-4 Tractor Repairs We specialize In reborfna: �aa tractor cylindora, and fitting oversize piston* and rings. We have In stock at present oversize pistons for' all popular makes of Baa tractors. Ford Engines Rebored NIVEN 216 1st Ava. 9. BROS.  Phona 17JS Please nohf^ Sec*y Veterans' ChA Phone 372 !RY A HERALD WANT AD ;