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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 28, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE EIGHT TIIF. r.KTimiunGK DAILY HERALD TUESDAY. NO.VEMWEH 28, DISTRICT NEWS TABER tile Times) On Friday evening last the Tabor Social'ball was the scene of a fare- well social and dance- siven in honor of Eddie Price, who left ou Monday to take up his duties as a Mis- sionDTv in the Southoni States. ing. The funeral took place this af- ternoon to Tjlber Bishoi) lluynes officiating. Mr. and Mra. D. Fuller, left on Thursday moraine for Ixinp Beach, Cal.. where they will spend the win- ter. family here Dickie will move his shortly. .Mrs. A. Richards received a wire from Ottawa on Nov. llth. statins that Private J. H. Richards hat! beon wounded in the shoulder by gun shot and had been admitted to tho hospital. spending1 days Lee goi a fine brought down a deer cr.d bis grizzly "'altar and a C. Doane gathered al the homestead of the deceased ou Friday afternoon. The hisli ssteem in which Mr. Doane The Best of Everything goes into the making of SomMpr Biscuit and naturally the best "sodas" you can buy come out the other end of our modern automatic ovens-baked to a to delight you with their crisp- ness and flavor. In Packages Only. The same high-class materials and skill make our ROYAL ABROWBOOT BISCUIT so good that it is a favorite every- where, especially for the children. Pte. Dave Linton, who left with the ,31st battalion, is badly wounded in _____ the left thigh, and is lyins in a C-T7IKOM 1'iuil Ifc has bean in fc' I the trenches about a year and this is the Medicine Hat Nensi j he woimdcd. Our new station ns'ent is Mr. Gra-j --------------------__ "ham. Mrs. Graham ami family are, VULCAN (From the Advocate) i-i-p 'new'residence completed. .Mr. J Cameron of the Bank of I X llerbster the Red Deer1 Commerce staff has received wont jcwoler.'has opened up business here., that he will he transferred to the will indeed be sorry to lose Winnipeg office shortly. Mr. Ross.. Corporal Fletcher. He goes to Leth-jof Granum. will take his place here, l.riil-e next train and will then soon I An unusually large number of rntcr active military life. He will j friends and neighbors of tlie late H join the Lethbridae battery. Corporal Kagle will succeed him. cc-iipaiiv'lhaTC carefully investigated j was heM in the community was amp- the situation and will build an testified to by inaily who came to to- liel-e inimeiiiately a site can he ob-jpay their last respects. Among tlie I number were a considerable group of Serjeant and Mackenzie have their Vulcan merchants and citizen? w.io: new s-ore now ready for business. motored out. Such is the change 111 Unii.- Santoni reports a good busi-1 custoa, ,hat fully as many motor cars One day amounted tO'as teams were in evidence. Of course there would be; on Thursday morning there was no such demand at the local mines! solemnized at the Manse the nuptials if coal foukl be bad from Lethbrulge-j of Cecl) MatlcK-k and Kmnm Mnehle. Mr O'Neill bus again taken iioid of: by the Rev. A. K. Srhrag. the hotel. This is unite welcome. '-The bride was dressed in a c'.iarm- Xeresen. who has been off work ing Of white silk, and the nov for a fortnight owing to injuries j couyle were unattended. K..ctfljiied in a runaway, has taken a! parties are from ash- room m town so that lie may the bet-! lngton. f. S. A., and have been set- ler >iave his leu teniieii. Though not jn Iui5 country toy about two broken the leg is in real bad They take uii iheir home in VYaiuwrlalH. of Calgary, is here -rhigh Hill district. With their in the interests of the Knights friends the 'Advocate joins in J'vUi'as The doctor is infusing new extending congratulations, life into the lodge and a grand ball j A very distressing incident occurr- wlll be siiven about p month honce. ea on jiouday of last week, when -Mr. j U jv. Bateman. who lives two ISLAND north of Brant, was suffocated toh., ingram's hall, delegates from all i From the Review) deatb l.y the coal oi! iumes from parl bushels to the acre. Good Old Home-Mode Family Cough Remedy Mmlc If you combined tlie curative iiropcj lies of every known "reudy-imule couK remedy, you would hanllv liavo in tlie ill the ciirativt power Hint lies in till "Itome-madL1" couyh Byrup wine lakfB only a few ininuteB to prepare. Get from nny drUKtist ounees I'luex (Ml pour it into, lli-oz. tiottlc and (111 the bottle with plai granulntud sugar syrup.' 'Iho total eol IH about fi4 cents and gives you 1 oiincc-8 of renlly better cough syruD thn you could buy' n-ndy-mado for ?2.5I TusteB iilcasant mid. never spoils. This Piiiex and syrup prcpar tion gets right at the cause of a coud and "ivos nlinoat immediate relief. I tho phleum. the nast throat tickle and heals the sore. iri( taled iiieliibriines tliat line lliu thron chest mid bimieliiul tubes, so gent and easily that it is really nntomslulil A day's use will usually overcome til couali and 'for broiichitij t-rotip. whooping eout-b and hronc-Inf aslliina. tin-re is nothiii" lic-ttcr. 1'inex is a most valuable eoncentrnte compound of jrenuiiie Nonvay piiu: e: tract, eombined with guiuacol and hE been used for generations to break il severe coughs. To avoid disappointment, be sure t ask your druggist for "2Vi ounces 1'inei" with'full directions, and don accept anything else. A guarantee j absolute1 iatisfnctioii or money promp Iv refunded, coca with this prepuratioi The I'iuex Co., Toronto, Out. .More than three hundred rccntij for tho Llritish navy have benn ei listed in Canada >inco recruiting fl forts started a few wcolts ago. (Mir Own Keniie. Nov. largely attend- I ed meeting of the Fernie riding Liber- a! association was held Friday nicht Andy Hyss sold his to the VaVselin brothers. We under-1 the tire. the price was ia the neishlior-l At the time of the accident Mr. hood of ST.OuO. Bateman was alone in the house. Mrs IT left this week to prac-1 Bateman Having gone to Oalgan wun lice 'his profession in Foremost. j her son and daushter-In-laiv, and it is Ed Reams has purchased the (arm therefore conjectured ibat he met his of R" Cooper just south of town.; death as stated. A man wllo was llr and Mrs Cooper intend leaving passina at the time noticed the for' the coast within a few days to re-1 smolte coming from the door of tBe house, and he, together with a neigh bor from across the way, rushed into tlie house. They found Mr. Bateman Iviu" on the stove, unconscious, and i only slightl} dj there permanently. During the week the follow- in? have nurchased Bow Island prop- erty with the intention of erecting houses: Mrs. 0. Calder, five lots in :ir block TJ- Wm Taylor, one lot in I burned about the face and hands, lir.t Mock T-'Roiit. Calder. three lots in I expired before proficient aid could be summoned. Mrs. Ailair. two fois; R. JCircli. one lot in block '.'2; .Mrs. .las. Reid, two lots in block i'5. and iitevei Nikolas tv.-o lots in block All of I tiiis excepting two lots, is situated; south of the 0. P. 15. We are informed that enquiries -were being made yesterday (Thurs- day) in town relative to a site for a 100 barrel flour mill. It may possi- bly be erected south of the track near Bow Avenue, whence a spur (o m r8stor could easily be laid connecting up j BeUiuin to their fel- with the C- P. R. every room of every house occupied, end our hotels and room- ing bouses crowded to their capacity, one is nuzzled to know what t- J- wiih all the transients that an HIGH RIVER fFrom the Times) years, received instructions from the Belgian government to retiim home ;mtf report for military service. There are four of military age and low conijiatriots. The departure of Dr. and Mrs. 'h called; them together was the adoption of by.; laws for the association, and the re-1 port of a special committee which had drawn up a set of rules and regula-; tions was received and adopted with very few additions. The men from Michel registered a: protest against the manner in which j thex Fernie-Michel road had been' blocked without notice to the public, i Near Hosmer, a bridge which needed] repairs, had been shut off by placing j a log across tlie road, which came near throwing tbe occupants of the I automobile in which the party was 1 being conyeyed to Fernie, out of i car. No lights had been placed to i warn the travelling nublic, nor any I notice phoned to either Michel or! i Ferine by the road gal'.Sf which had the work'in hand. Tile matter will be iuture. A. Macneil presented a resolution for adontion, which recommended that Premier Brewster be asked to appoint. Dr. King, member for Craribrook, min- ister of lands instead of provincial secretary-, in the new government be-; formed. The meeting was tmani-' me departure oi ur. aim .ma. Saunders.'and family, from Blackie mous_ n its supror of the re olutton xparently descending upon us in increasing numbers. W Calgary is deeply regretted. The Southern Alberta Oil Co.. livered 150 barrels of gasoline xjlo i-eek. This represents PINCHER CREEK Okotoks last sixty tons in weight. j were taken locally and I out. 'i Tbe marriage took i Fifty 100 barrels shipped at the Millan. of Cowlej. Ol vju-.JCJ. marriage last week at Spokane. -Miss Fairy McDougall, of as bridesmaid. The bonkhobors have purchased several more hundred acres ot land in ihe Cmvley district recently. Pincher Creek district paid to tlie Patriotic Fund for October, ?20'..00. Hocky Mountain for the same period "united "in! November ISlh, 1916. ot their What's the matter ter, Florence Vera, to Mr. Alfred Mil- ton Richards, of High Hiver. The groom is well known in the comtnu-1 nity being one of our successful' farmers who has made- good here. The bride resided for several years in High Hiver, being engaged on the staff of The High River Times, and is very popular among the young people of the town. are two hundred and lifty tliousand words in the English Ian- guaee and -most of them were used j last'sunday by a lady who discovered i after coming out of church, that her' new hat was adorned with a tag _ on .which -was written, "reduced to W Mitham, accountant at tne Union "Bank here, is leaving at the of the week for Cowley to take charge of the bank tnere. e. of Cagary succeeds Mr. Mitham CLARESHOLM (Prom the Advertiser) Lieut. Murray is reported as jut of the He received no the hosDa. v -Dirndl but has been suffering from gassing, and shell shock. He expects shortly to be at the front asain. of Oregon has purchas- ed the farm immediately south of the Experimental Farm. It was for- (Special to the Pincher Creek, Nov. confla- gration which occurred at Ftahu.urn on Saturday night about S o'clock, brought to a heap of ashes and ruin the building owned by A. S. Sanders of Vancouver. The building was oc- cupied by D. Wittkoiif and family, where they conducted the general store, poat office and telephone cen- tral. Mrs. Wlttkopf _ and daughter were in the building at the time 61 the accident. They managed to save the poat office equipment and mail and also the hooks and accounts ol the telephone exchange, also a small portion of the stock cf the store. The building was insured and a small in- surance was also carried on the stock. and the reauest lias been sent to Victoria. After some discussion, the written j request of Wm. Robson asking for en- dorsement of his application for the position 01" commissioner on the new board which is to be appointed to administer the Workmen's Compen- sation Act in the province, was agreed to and the recommendation will also go forward. Charles McNab, president, presided and all parts of the riding were represented. Children's School Concert Thursday nigiit the school children of the Natal Pub1', school gave a concert, the proce, to go to the Belgian Relief Fund. The entertain- ment brought out a full house and those present, were highly pleased with the manner in which the children acquitted themselves. j On Friday night the school children of Michel b'elfftiie boards in the same place and with the same kind of an entertainment. A friendly rivalry was created which brought out everybody to see and hear the little patriots in j their laudable efforts on behalf ofj i their suffering little compatriots over the seas. Over fifty dollars were rais- I ed for the relief fund and the people j got their money's worth of enjoy- ment. IGILLETT (From Our Own Correspondent) .Taber, Nov. j. of the 89th battalion who'went! over to England last winter returned I to Taber this morning. Metcalfe re- j ceived a slight accident to liis oye whicli disqualified him from active i .service and he has heen discharged, j He describes the fine reception thn party received at Quebec where they i were met by the Mayor and two military bands, and marched to a re- ception and lunch provided in honor ofthe returned boys, at Mon- treal a splendid reception was given them by military officials and several bands. They paraded to a very large iiiucl provided especially for them with splendid music and patriotic songs. On reaching Port Arthur tliey were met by the town and presented on lieiialt of that city with a beautiful engraved certificate of appreciation will. Illjl! null Illl! Illi! HE; Illll HUI Hill ia litli IHKI ssi m mi m inn ip iim oui um UNI Neolin makes any shoe a better shoe, fore ever a pair of Neolin left the facto_, been proved on over a million pairs of women's, manv prices. No matter for what purpose you buy shoes, they are better vrith Neoiin Soles. For nearly a year Neolin has been iruthe hands of Canadian shoe manufacturers, merchants and wearers. It was an instan- taneous success. For nine months v.-e have been unable to man- ufacture enough Neolin to meet the demand. But now the fac- tory- has increased the output tremendously. Some makers have built their shoes on Neolin since its intro- duction These firms ordered more than we could supply. Many others wanted Neolin, but could not be supplied. All shoe man- ufacturers can nov secure some Neolin for immediate use on shoes going to the merchants now. In the same way many merchants up till now have had to do without Neolin. Whatcwr may be your Jawnle make oj shoes, if Ike dealer has not go! them built on Neolin soles, lie car. get them immediately. Many brands of shoes are sold with Neolin Soles. Many more will add this betterment now. You should be able to secure Neolin anywhere. But we know tlie shoes listed be-low have Neoiiu Soies. and if you will ask for one of these brands you will be offered a wide range to choose from. Have Your Winter Shoes Built on Neolin Soles You do not need to wait for spring for Neolin. See that your next shoes have Neolin Soles. Neolin is specially desirable on winter shoes. It keeps' the feet dry and warm because it is waterproof, prevents accidents because it is slip-proof. It is good for indoors because it is noiseless and will not scratch-furniture or floors. It is light and flexible, easy on the feet. Best ot all it wears very much longer than the best leather, it has a distinctive style touch, beauty of finish. Once more we say "Have your winter shoes built on Neolin Soles." Men's Shoes Aruto Aylmer Ames-Holden Bercsford Canadian- Gtntleman C.irleton Corona D. I'1. Daisy Derby Bell Frank W. Sls.ter- Stridc-r Huraphrcy's- Goocl years James -Muir Just-Wright Murray-Made McCreatiy Reliance Regal Trustworthy Traveller ILeckie Robert-Taylor Slater Monarch Brandon Paris Metropolitan Ladies' Shoes London Macfarlane May flower Miss Canada McCready Onyx Biachford Perth Vassar Bell Every genuine Neolin Sole Is" branded with, the above mark ;