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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - November 20, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 20) 1918 PAGE THREP FHAT SON-INiAW OE PA'S Pa is So Thoughties^ About Cedric's Health ^ By Wellington around;^ L p-P^ftfi^l^ W'v^; Birr cw' jlmpredsive Services at Magrath , -^^iaicers Testify to Sterling Ctiaracter EL  "MCOWPONm" A REFRESHING TALE To read n. J. 0. Stead's new book, The Cowpunoher, is tp get a new and yivid picture of .western life;-It is a , atory tliat carifies a good sound phi-JI!L�Jn ^�^7.TJ")'^:i^J^''.,^J^0B0jfhy under its western setting and and Ideas far ex- servlces were held on Monday alter- ^ ^^ forerunner "The noon on. the lawn in front Of the tarn- tt.^._i-_ jil >. > lly residence in honor of the lato; ^. , , ^ . Albert Shelton. The event had been I Throughout the whole book there delayed, awaiting the arrival of their '3 ,the breezy, unconyentipnalalinos-. oldest daughter, Mrs. Wallace Austin Phere that appeals to dwfeUers of the who Journeyed from Wyoming, arrlv- Plains. It is a fascinating story filled img'here at six o'clock Monday morn-, with human interest that appeals to ins; The extremely large attendance all ages. We follow the lifo of Dave and the beautlfiil'floral tributes show- Eldon with intense interest from his ed in what respect Mr. Shelton waa early surroundings as a cow puncher, held.  Tho services were conducted ""educated ij the book ^sense^ yet by Bishop Harkor. The singing was'withal one of .nature's, philosophers, furnished by the to;iowing, under the to his life in the city, with absorbing dlreiUon of J. 0. Bridge: Mesdambs : Interest. It is In this atmosphere that Babcock. Watson, Wood, Barker, Sa-� ' "eets the city girl, Irene Hardy, bey and Miss iWooley, Messrs. J. it. who exerts such an influence upon Mercer, J. H. Bridge,, O. Blumel, D. whole life. The story then carries Clarke and J. O. Bridge. � They ren- ;El(Jon into the more common�lace at-dered-with much feeling "Wanted on mosphere of life in a small town, the Other Side." "My Father knows," i where he latei' becomes an important AT SPRING COULEE (From Our Ovn CirrnsDonflentV Spring Coulee^ NoV. IS.-^-Mr. Moss, from Vancouver, B.C., a cousin of the ,,....., late Mrs. Schofleld, is vlsitingMrt and daughter. these wells in this district, which gives Spring Coulee confidence that this is an artesian belt.'' Mr. Jphn Thompson is having a well bored at his; home. A great deal; of hay has been shipped in fl-om Northern Alberta. Mr. and Mrs. Howell are leaving Thursday for Spokane. Their many friends here will be .sorry to lose them from this community. Mr. Russel ot The Trading Co.. is now the proud possessor of a baby Mrs. Fred Greenwood. Mrs. Alex. Munroo has had an attack of auinsy, Mrs. C. C. Thompson and her young-eat son are Influenza victims. Mr. Askeberg shipped in a nice new piano this week, Mr. Dunn w>ho is drilling wells in this vicinity struck a splendid flow at the home ot Mr. Herman Johnson Mr. Fred ,Bristlet has gotten a beautiful new McLaughlin car. When our people all get in town on a Saturday afternoon so many autos give the place: said'v he knew Mr;;'Bheit6rivta Ae anlhonest man /and a goodncitJiQp. Mr., Martin WooU,'M. P,R,,*^o: daairoua of expressing hia'syaipatliK.VHe had loved and hon-. public affairs. Montreal, Nov. 20.-^Capt. ored this family for their kind consid-' 2^^^tl^Jt OFFICER CASIREO Aurele Medical . THE TIRED, (NERVOUS HOUSEWIFE ;;aUon";nrii'elp whch\'^7 been acting medical bestowed upon those in need; he said of the second Quebec regiment, those are thp things which will count f,^^^?;?^':'^fi^iif^^^'^n^f l^l when our. deedi are weighed in tho ^'�^\''f,..''\J*'?r7 a h bajanoe. Bishop Harker expressed 1 �'lf^e.�� ^^^ainst Wrn^ln connection /� .- " . I with irregularities in the medical'ser- hla appreciation of the way Mr. Shelton had assisted in a financial way on many occasions in the Magrath Ward. He was^ always on hand when his assistance was needed. He spoke ot the good works of his wife and spoke comforting ''words to, the, clilld-ren., Tlie pall bearers were: Messrs. , B, Matkln, J. H.^.Turner, G., W. Ilea-thershaw, J,. K.'Atkinson, L. Felgar and H., A. Moore. Floral tributes were from the following: Pillow, family; star, Mr. and,Mrs. Harold Wood;i heart, Hugli Grant, W. H. Mclntyre* Jr.; wrealh, G. A. G. Geddes, L.Tal-gar and ^famlly;HyrtlD, wreath, Mr. and Mrs. Berg EUingson; anchor, W. nirle,NL,. Lelflef, H. A. Moore, L. Fell-gar, T; J. Davles, J. K. Atkinson, J. H. Turner,'W. C. King, C. Mafhin; cross, Mrs.^R. Rasmussen; sprays,, ' Mr, and Mrsi Wm. Sabey and Mr. and Mrs.'J. Brown, J.Knust, Mr. and Mrs. Christensen, Mr. and .Mrs. Phillip's, Mr.'and Mrs. Bailey, Mr. and Mrs. A. Rasmussen and Billy, Mr. ^nd Mrs. Heathershaw, Mr. and Mrs. e! R. Hoo- vlce of the second depot battalion, which included charges connected with thei use of money *for Improper purposes;in orderi'to defeat-the Military Service act by reducing categorization to-such an extent 'as to free'^^t liien from military service. ON GRAFT CHARGE ^Commenting on the' use of Nux-' ated Iron as a, tonic, strength and blood-builder, . Dr, Jame's Francis,Sullivan, fomerly physician of. BoUevue Hospital (Outdoor; Dept.),'. Now York, and the Westchester County Hospital, said: "Modern methods of .cooking and the rapid pace at .which, people of this century: Ii^fe have made such an' alarming increase'in Iron deficiency In the blood of American men and women that I have often marveled, at the large number of; people who lack iron in the 'blood-and who never suspect the cause of their weak, nervous, ruu-dowu state. Lack of iron in the blood not, only makes a man a physical and mental weakling, nervous. Irritable, easily fatigued, 'but, It utterly robs him of that virile force, Mhdt atamina and strength' of will which are so neces-sai;y to success and / power in every walk of � life. It may alsotrana-form a beautifuli THE *'RUN-DOWN" .. BUSINESS WOMAN THE, EXHAUSTED -BUSINESSMAN "But In my opinion you ' can't make these strong, vigorous.' suc-cessfulj'-sturdy, iron LAND FOR SALE (VThf-n Rpplylnc Mention ThK PTornM' tENDERS TE.VDERS will be received for the purchase of l4 pairs winter pants, l-l pea jackets, 2 tunics. Not later than Monday, November 25th. 1918. bam- ^ pies of cloth to be submitted with \ tenders. All Barticiilara may be had of the Chief j)f Police. (Signed) WM. HARDY, 289-1 Chief, of Police. FOR SALE-I have 800 acres of gra^.-ing laud, taking m a littlh valley in tho mountains. Natural meadow containing 50 acres, 3 large constantly flow-fng springs, 2 large creeks, 400 acres can be irrigated at small coat when land la cleared up and cultivated will make splendid ilfalfa^land, should produce 1000 tons annually. Lots ot open range adjoining. 1 don't need this property J and am waiting for a man who is in a position to utilize it to advantage. Must have a foundation herd ot live stock and some capital is required. I will sell on long terms to right .party or wiUpuflU innd as an investment with right party. For particulars phone to P. Lund, P. O.^ Box 189, City. , 213-1 JUDICIAL �ALE OF FAKM PROPERTY JPiirsaant to the Order Nisi and final Order for sale in an action in the District Court of the District of Leth-brldge No. 11180 there will be offered for sale with the approbation of this Co,urt atthe Post OfEico in the Tewn of Foremost, on Saturday, the 14th day of''De(jember, ioiS, at 12 o'clock noon, by^ank Waddington, Auctioneer, th'e following property. � The South jWest quarter of Section Three (3), Township Five (5), Range Eleven (11), West of the Fourth.Meridian in the .Province of Alberta, containing 160 acres-more or less.. About GO acres of this property is under cultivation, with lOOr aci'es open land. The soil is in the nature of a choco-Ute .loam .with clay pub-soil. There are ixo'buildings on the iJroperty, but there is 480 rods of fencing. \ : The property will be offered for sale subject to a reserved bid, which has been fixed by the Court." Terms: Ten per cent ot the purchase price at the time of the sale, fifteen per cent of the purchas'e price within ninety days from date of sale without interest ..and the balance In two Instalment's payable within six and twelve months from' date of sale, �with interest at the rate of eight per cent'per ^nnum, or at the option of the purchaser the whole amount may be paid within ninety days from date of sale without interest. All payments except the initial payment to be made to the undersigned Clerk of tlje Court at Lethbridge. Further particulars will be mad'o Washington, Nov. 20..-Disputches received from Prague today hy the tizecho-Sloyak Wfbrhiatioh bureau say that the German arlstofcracy at the Bohemian capital has be.en,.involved In a graft scandal.' Countess Coidenhov, wife of the last Austrian gbvenior lof , V,, Bohemia, is said'to have^beenarrest- l?"'' 'r"-,:,""^ Mrs. B. Matkln, Mr.;and ; ed and.liold on the charge of turning Mrs.'JlS. and G. W. Miuion,'Mae and Agnes Turner, Mr. and Mrs. L. Harker, Mr. L. Bonnel; J. Steele; J, Bridge, J. Mercer and PS-Bridge. Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Harvey Mr. and Mrs. Ira Flet-' Count NoMitirOounTwoimstein, c'oun-ohqp, Mr. and Mrs. D H. Elton,' Mr, tss Westphal and 'Countess ,Taafe, all and Mrs. E. Bennlon, ^r. and Mrs, W. promlneiit membora of the nobility. Marry, ' ^ � . ' � Mrs. Shelton and family wlahtoiejti ~ inss their thanka^ahd appreciation;to l^^�fllO; have soi.kindly asalated them during the logs of their husband and father,' also for the beautiful floral offerings � received. ' , .-^  . On Sunday afternoon services were conducted in. the cemetery by Rev. C. B. Cragg. oti.Xethbrldge over the remains of Mr. Lucky;' a gentleman �whose home is. In Del Bonlta. His remains were brought to tow'u on Saturday. Hia wife' and children were 111'at'the time of his death and dre �tiU In 'a serious condition. Mr. Harold Wood ia'in Claresholm Jn tho hospital where he Is suffering from an attack of the 'flu.- He was there loading "pattle when he, contracted, the malady. At latest reports iie was progressing nicely. Dr. .Tohn Vi Brandon, (x native ot Ancaster;i'Ofit.,'died at'Fort William. I �si sweet-tempered woman Into one who men bv fepdinc-them nn 'mptamn'~"~~7 .rrr � ,------ la cross, nervous and irritable - I 7 - ^ f,"^*" �� nietaiilc | known, at the time of sale or may be have strongly emphasized the -ireat"'?"-'T �" forms of metallic, iron had from Messrs, Conybeare, Church, necessity of physiclana making blood BO through a digestive pro- McArthur and Davidson at Leth-, examinations, of their weak, anaemic, cess, to transform,,them into organic ('"'^'^Se, agents of Messrs. Muir,,Jeph-run-down patients. Thouaaiida of Irqn-Nuxated Iron;^before they' are ifor th1''vendo?* Brownlee, Solicitors Dated at' Lethbridge in the Pro-vihce of Alberta, this >i4th day of November, A.D. 1918. . i R. P. WALLACE,' ... , Clerk of the Court. Approved: J. A. JACKSOIf, J.D.G. Ad J TENDERS FOR THE "ERECTION OF A MALE DORMITORY AND biNING HALL, PROVINCIAL ASYLUM, PONOKA. persona go on year, after year suffer- rej;,jy to be taken'up-and assimilat ing from physicar weakness and a.^^^^ human .system. NotwiUi-hlghly nervous condition due to lack - ' , . � ^ ' , of-.^utficient Iron in their red-blood standing all th,at has been said and corpuscles .^wlthout ever realizing the written on this subject by well-real and true cause of their trouble, jmo'wn physicians, tlibusanda of peo-Without iron to your blood jour food ^^^^j m dosing � themselves merely. passes through the hody, , - , � ,, , :. , r ~ something like corn through an .old with, metallic iron, sjmply, I auppoae, mill with rollers^ so wide apart that becau'so it costs a few cents leSB. 1 the mill can't grind.' ; strongly advise readers \ia'-all cases "For want of iron you, may be an to get a physician'B prescription .tor old. man at thirty, dull of iDtelleot,', iron_Nuxated iron-or if poor iu memory, nervous, irritable , ^ ^ ^ ^ x vi, and all 'run-dawn,' while at fifty or don't want to go to this- trouble, to her own use gifts and money doriat-! sixty, with, pl^anty of Iron In your then purchase only Nuxatgd Iron In gealed tenders addressed to the un-ed for the wounded through Uie Red-^^'ooiJ, you mayi still be young in feel- its, original packages and see that dersigned and endorsed "Tender for Cross ,organization of which ahe was Ing, fu" of life,-your -whole being ^j^j ,jtj,j,jj,P j,a,, (luxated Iron) ' a Male Dormitory and Dlnlng-hall. presidijnt. Arrested With her were "rimming over with ylm arid energy. -^^^, package If vou have Ponoka Aaylum'; will be received up , "Aa proof of this take the case of apPpais on me pacKage. u you navo 12 o'clock noon, December 2nd, Former..United States Senator and'taken preparations such as Nutc.and jgig, .a Vlce-pre'aldontlal Nominee Charles A. iron and other similar Iron products, Bach tender muat be accompanied Towne, who at past B8 la still a verit- a^-g ^ failed (o get resuJtB, remember by an accepted cheque, payable to the abld ,mountain of tireleas energy, t,vnrt,^fs o� nnHri�ixr Minister of Public Works to the am- senator Towne gays. 'I have found ^^rZ thC ?rom Nuxated Iron ' """t 8^ MILNE TRANSFER Coal C.O.D. Prompt;Service. Phone 1345, 410 ISt'h Sti-ieet'N. ' i ' . , ' 280-26. Dr.A.'tlSpankie M.D., CM; EYE, EAR, NOSE AND THROAT SPECIALIST Office rooms 121-122 New P. Burns Building, Corner 8th At-a and 2nd St. l'3ast, Calgpry. Office Phone M2848 Residence Phono M2077 Interne and Huuap Surgeon, Manhutta.i liyo, l':;ar. Nose and Throat Hospital, New York City, J9U-1914. Specialist to Calgary School Board AUCTIONEER ' Long experience In stock and farm macbinory. Sa^ea ;^onducV ed la any part of Alberta. P.LAVALLEY COALDAL%. ALBERTA f^or/Oatc* and'Rates Call The Oowsley Land Aoeney, -Lethbridge.' Phone '1809  FreellllQtl Sheet Metal Workt Winter will' soon be here and bring with It the cold weather. Have your furnacea overhaul-' ed by us. ISxpert work. Hot air furnace ;work a sve* cialLy.- , . , � v^'.v Phone 1713 3.W Sixth'St a-.Lethbpldae, A|t^.  ==*F= DRAYING; Oi A]| Kinds WcsUrriTfa.nsferCo�: ' Limited ' fri�*--C PV.R. PrelgM Of/ie* tin ' Italilc^ .......... 1N4 f 't L A. H. Robsa Draying and Baggage Transfer Day or Night Service to Any Train When Called. phone 1869' Residence 922 2nd Avenue 8outb/l THE ROY ELECTRIC - 'T Electrical Contractlag ot an kinds. Agenta tor th* ^orM' Famoui Deico Light Country wiring tL specialty, . 618 4tb Avenue Box 3M ^ Phone 735 m CANADA. FOOD BOARO . LICENSE NUMBER'^j.,oiV storaach.i- The manWaoturerfl guar- . ,, v,�fW� -i^i^^^f aA International reconstruction are fun- ?Aj^!f,l'? K�r ��y8^ antee : auocessful � and entirely satis- i'!fJr^Tf�n ?ii?no^^�ri,r�^ ri^tnontanv thB'Hump' T-fooi 0111.0 thnf ibelieves Ma own personal activity factbrv results to evervnurchasar or 1"*"' �* '''^^'^ aollars,. which artheSo"r"noVweXl[\^^ tp'^lSnfy -funded on return of plan.. able, to co-operate fruitfully to promote the reign of pea�e with liberty I atid trjia"democra'cy ' -:~i.-..i.,.iu-\!, world.*' Nux,ted iron, and-.thafhe beljevea, it aiapenaed by" all VooSTrSggiBta.^ ought to be prescribed by every phy- * i^'^n^^'"^- -y throrighout toe'?*'''^' ^""^ uae*.In'-^every, ho^pijai ht. 'Sold 1" -y throughout the J the country.; j-', . ^F- .'i>yi*�am* this city by X Ca. , ' O. HIgln- speoiflcatlona and: a bona fide tender.' l: C.,.CHA11LBSW0RTH. � i Ciaputy M'lnlater � of \ Public Works. | 'Bated' at Edmonton this aeth davi i October. 1918. Ad Oj Tractor Repain We speelallc�4n. rtBboHns Raaa1 tractor � cylindefa,, and tit^int OTeralze pistoQB and rings. We have to, stocj at pre^int oversice pistons for/all popular, makes of gas tractors. , .y^i r' Fordi|hgine$ Reb^r^l NIVEN BFt03.^ 216 l8t Ave. 8. ' Ph$|l� 1732 320 Acres in the Warner District' ' Hal^ un^er cultivation, good m , "'f house and other buildings, all Bl''-'''^'i fenced, well, : foi; |33.00 per 'acre. ' , , ' Horses and machinery inclucly"' ed, $1^500 - cfish, balance halt . crop, interest 1%.. chas. t; cousins ^^ 1 piwiiiii^IiiiiMIII.Iipmi-,^ t: FURS-FURS-rFURS Highest.Prices Paid , -CANADIAN HID,E,AND mejm. . COMPANY^ 220 2i\^'tA've. 8.', i Please nahFjj. 34?4103391 65395386 ?66000859159 THE LETIIBRIDGE DAILY HERALD ____________I ...IIII!Ml tiruuk '-m'-^ � ;