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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 29, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE six THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY ;HERAUJ MEMBERS OF NEW B. C. GOVERNMENT HON. M. A. MACDONALD, Attorney-General. HON. H. C. BKEWSTER, Promler of British Columbia. HON. J. H. KING, Minister of Public Works. raoM KKOXT and tho United States, tho business of this subsidiary company Is greatly reduced. Mr. Crerar pointed out that the com- pany has no difficulty whatever lu financing Its enormous business. Even when money was In great demand tho company borrowed requirements during the past year without any Tno Grain Growers B. 0. Agency, a subsidiary concern at New Westmin- ster, B. C, has been operated at a kiss owing to the general unsatisfac- tory conditions at the coast During the past six months, however, the fcnsiness of that department has im- proved, and Is being conducted at a front The president related the de- struction of the company's hospital at -Fort William by fire, and prOTOmeIlt Df conditions among explained that a new site had been purchased, npon which the new ele- vator is being constructed at a cost of The site is large enough to accommodate a very large terminal, when the company desires to build Kuch in future. The operation of the big terminal SUES RAILROADS PON Spriasfiold, Mass., Nor. menu wore In the reentry of deeds of Hampden county Inta morning by John Marsch of Chicago, amount- ing to One is against the Southern New England Rtllroad cor- poraliou mid tho other against the Centrsl Vermont and tho Grand Trunk. The two attachments are for 000 web. Mr. was the contractor oin. ployed on tho work of building the line from Providence. R. 1-, to Pal- mer. Mass., work on which was dis- continued several years ago. USE SALTS li If Your Back Hurti or Bladder Both- ers, Drink Lots of Water. When your kidneys hurt and your sore, don't get scared nnd proceed to load your stomach with a lot of drugs that excite the kidneys and irritate the entire urinary tract. Keep your kidneys clean like you keep your bowels clean, by Hushing them with a mild, harmless salts which removes the body's urinoui. waste and stimulates them to their normal activity. The function of the kidneys is to filter the blood. In 24 hours they strain from It 600 grains of acid and waste, so we can readily understand the vital importance of keeping the kidneys active. Drink lots of can't dnnti too much; also get (roni any phorma- During the last ten years the corn- la nn- cist about four ounces o! Jad Salts; pany has donated in actual cash leased from the Canadian Pacific Rail- ray was very profitable, more than bushels of grain having passed through the elevator. This has been leased from the Canadian pacinc Railway for another five years. In the co-operative supply depart- ment, the handling of farm machinery to the extent of resulted in a loss owing largely to war conditions In Interruptions of business. Lumber, twine, coal, apples, flour and othar supplies to the value of over 000 wcra also handled and the whole co-operative supply department'show- ed a small profit, but the outlook for tho future is decidedly hoperul. The livestock department is a new department of the .company, and has been In operation less than a year. During tiat time the company has handled over 600 car lots of livestock, farmers. One of the most Important questions to be discussed at the meeting today and tomorrow will be the proposed amalgamation between the Grain Growers Grain company and the Al- berta Farmers Co-operative Elevator company. The latter company has just closed a most profitable year, showing a profit of 52S2.000. the to be masters of their own affairs, act- combined with Ilthia, and has been ing through the executive, but putting used for generations to clean and limitations upon them which have nev- stimulate clogged kidneys; also to er before been so exacting. This tea- neutralize the acids in urine so it no ture of the controversy may hinder, longer is a source of Irritation, thus to some extent, the actions o[ the mln- ending bladder weakness, era' representatives at Ottawa. Jad Salts Is inexpensive; cannot in- As it Is expressed in some quarters lare; makes a delightful effervescent it Is not a case of the miners follow- lithia-water drink which everyone ing their board, but the board fol- should take now and then to keep lowing the mandate of the miners, their kidneys clean and actve. Try How far this feeling Is the result of this, also keep up the water drinking, the August conference at Calgary can and no doubt you will wonder what be- only be conjectured, but that it has came of your kidney trouble and back- exerted some influence upon this last D. Higinbotham Co., Ltd.. Lsthbridge, jirn action can not be overlooked. This Druggists, puts the miners' executive In an un- pleasant position, if these surmises are based upon any foundation In fact, and may result in delaying action, and making difficult the task set before them at Ottawa. and It Is now being operated on satisfactory basis. The Brain Growers Export com- pany, which carried on the exporting assist In (Spsdal to Herald! Macleod, NOT. Early yesterday morning fire broke out In the farm house of George McFarquesa, about 10 miles south-west of Hacleod, to- tally destroying the building and con- tents. As a strong wind was blow- ing at the time it was impossible to the British government is now its own grain in Canada save anyttuns. The other buildings a escape. A small am cast only buying material for new "Seal Brand" means a certain, definite blend of high-grade coffee uniform in quality and always delicious, Don't take any always insist on having "SEAL BRAND" COFFEE. In 1 end 2 pound tins. fine ground for Percolators. Never void In bulk. m CHASE SANBORN. MONTREAL. DAYTON (From O'jr Owr. Correspondent) New Dayton, Nov. B. Page of Leeds N. D., arrived hara yos- terday is a guest ol Mr. B. P. Atkins. It's Grandmother's Recipe to Keep Her B. H. Greeno of this place has i Locks Dark, Beautiful, purchased the Hyery business former-' ly owned and operated by Lus-i The old time mixture of Sage Tea combe. Mr. Qreeno expects to add and Sulphur for darkening gray, an up-to-date auto service in connec- streaked, and faded hair is grand- tion with his barn. [mother's recipe, and folks are astin Miss Isabelle Cousins, formerly of using it to keep their hair a good, even Labenin, N. H.. but for tie past year color, which is quite sensible, as we of Lathbridga. leaves 'here tomorrow are living in in age when a youthful to accept a position as operator with the Alberta Government telephones, in the Lethbrldge exchange. For tho past three months Miss Cousins has occupied the position as operator In the exchange of this place. Her departure from this placa Trill be verr roach resretted by all. M. A. Wilson who hu been in charge of the Pioneer Grata Co. ele- vator of this for the past few Tnonthi has resigned bis position and upoets to ban aonw time dur- ing the wwsk for ill hoove In lUni- Mr. Conie ot the of UM Stan- dard bank of this left here on Friday to spend weak-end In Lethbrldge. L, B. Duncan has installed a Delco electric plant IB store here which appearance is of the greatest ad- don't have vantage. Nowadays, though, the troublesome task of gathering the sage and the mussy mixing at home. All drug stores sell the ready-to-use product, improved by the addition of other ingredients, called "Wyeth's Sage and Sulphur Compound" for 50 cents a bottle. It Is very popular because nobody ciui discover It has been applied. Simply moisten your comb or soft brush with It and draw this through your hair, taking one small strand at a time; by morning the gray hair disappears but what de- lights the ladies with Wyeth's Sage and Sulphur is that, be- sides beautifully darkening the hair after a few applications. It also pro- duces that soft lustre and appearance greatly adits to appearance of the place. a Gowill left hera during th week for the eastern 8tates where f he expects to remain for some time Mqft ot abundance which is an attractive. This ready-to-use preparation la a de- lightful toilet requisite for those who jlre a more youthfu] appearance. It not Intended for the'cure, mltlga- THE DUKE OF DEVONSHIRE'S FIRST PUBLIC APPEARANCE IN CANADA taken on th. occasion of the Duke's review of the 202nd Edmonton Battalion at Connaufht Square, I His. Excellency, th. Pake, of Devonshire, air (Marge K- Poster, lion. Dr. Bold, Hon. i. D, Hues; FAMILY DOCTOR'S E Because Tiiey Did Her Good Room, P. Q., JAK. 14th, 1916. "I suffered for many years with tor- rible ladlgealion and Constipation. I had frequent dizsy spells and became f run down. A neighbor advised me to try Idldioand to the surprise of my doctor, I begun to Improve, and he advised me to fo on with I consl ier tliat I owe my life to "Fruit- a-tivcs" and I want to say to those who suffer from Indigestion, Constipation or Frult-a-tlves' and you CORLNE GAUDREA0. 60o. a box, 6 for trial sire, 25o. At all deulors or sent postpaid b; Fruit a-tlves Limited, Ottawa. WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 29, 1916 Financial Statement of the Village of Grassy Lake for Ten Months ending Oct. 31sl, 1916 Receipt. Cash on hand, Jim. 1st, 1916 Current Taxes Collected Ariwire of Collected Penalties DOB TUMI Lloenses Fines Cemetery Overcharged Discount Re- funded Received ou Notee........ Outstanding Cheques 1T5.H C87.84 lbS.20 14.00 33.00 61.SO 20.01) e.95 309.67 J7.766.78 Dr. Creelman, Head of 0. A. C, Expenditures Sec'y-Treasuror and Const- able Salaries: Auditor Medical Officer Solicitor Tax 'nforcement Printing Stationery and In- surance Telephone and Stamps Fuel. Light nnd Police---- Mlacelllineous Paid to School Debenture '40.2o Paid Notes in Bank....... Balance In Bank Says We Should Be Proud of Our Crops In action on the way. One could not PAYING AN ELECTION BET 60 sure was Miss Katie Schmidt, an ice skater at the Hippodrome Theatre 765.00 20.00 06.25 BO.Ofl 125.25 227.40 6B.80 172.65 4.00 464.00 J7.766.78 Net Assessment Rate "Debenture with Interest Indebtedness York, that Illinois would Ko Dem- ocratic that she promised to ride I Assets down 5th Avenue, New York City's Balance in Dank "Grand on an elephant. Uncollected Taxes _ She is shown paying her bet. Her Village Building I took a trip to Raymond yesterday caused Quite a commotion Cemetery......... and visited a couple of threshing rigs Bml Wn8 neceFsury to re-arrange Nuisance Ground traffic after she had passed. believe the fine Quality of the grain and the enormous In Southern Alberta this year without tctually seeing it. This part of Canada has made a great showing and you have reason to be proud ,of It." This statement regarding Southern Alberta's prosperity crop comes from a man -who knows something about -'of it In 1914. "There Is a big differ- said the Doctor. "This time I have found it Impossible to find a man Fire Engine und Housing Furniture, Sate, etc with a grouch." Dr. CroeLmaa Liabilities Debenture Indebtedness Grant to Hospital Cemetery Survey itates that the war j Unpaid Bills: has hit the O. A, C. hard, although the institution Is running full blast There are, however, only 185 stud- Creelman, president the Ontario Agricultural College Quelph, Oct. Dr. Creelman arrived enta the ro" as compared with an in the city yesterday from California average enrolment- of 450. The school where he has -been spending some 500 boys In khaki now in time. During the past couple of training or fighting at the troat. So months ha has visited agricultural far 33 Dave the sacrifice with colleges and experiment stations In their lives. Michigan, Wisconsin. Iowa and other------------------------- ptates south of the line, and is now' John Sebbin, a Dereham Township on his way back. The last time Dr. pioneer, and late resident of lager- Creelman visited Southern Alberta, soil died at London in his 97th year. Printing Light, Fuel and Haul Tax Enforcement---- Assets over Liabilities 40 Mills 464.00 384.00 95.00 627.70 163.00 160.00 142.00 37.2 G 36.00 I certify that the above is a true and correct statement of the finances at the Village o! Grassy Lako u shown by the books. G. W. HALEY, Reeve. RA1SBBCK. Sec.-Treas. M. MAHSHAUU Auditor. FOR HER- She Dearly Loves Jewelry Christmas Bells will soon be chiming and once more the query of "What shall I give rings through your mind. "What shall her gift be. She has you say. But there is something you can give that she dearly that every woman terms as the ideal Christmas gift. Jewelry is the answer. This is the store for "Her" gi fts. "Her" likes have been an- ticipated. A heautiful display of jewelry that she admires is yours to choose from, "GIFTS FOR HER" .Wrist to Brooches................... -12.50 to Diamond Rings.............: to to Bar to. 00 Vanity Cases................... to Hundreds of other gifts for Her around the store. Eye Specialist in Charge of Optical Department. R A. WRIGHT Established 1838 Inuer of Marriage License! No Witnesses Required. THE CITY'8 LEADING JEWELER Lcthbridge, Alberta ;