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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 1, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE EIGHT THE LETlBmiDGE "DAILY HEHAU1 MONDAY. OCTOUEK 1, 1017 District News BOW t (Krom Ihe Review) Mr. C- Swennumsou died at his brother's residence on Main last (Thursday- night from acute Llood poisoning. He was dhen ill for the first time mbout Friday, and al- though hli condition was known 10 be serious, It was nevertheless (hat his sturdy coosliiuilon, coupled with a high courage, would pull him through. The announcement of hla death this morning came as a profound shock to many and aroused ihe deep- est sympathy for his brother, Adolph. between whom and the deceased there was strong bond of affection. Oawsou KUviniiu, who was bauly In- jured ta an auto aividpm recemJy, Js reporicd to bo progressing >vry fav- orably. He resslne-3 ccasclouscess this week, hut Is yet too wejk 10 re- mernher much about ihe accident. Alexander Street, who was brought Into (he hospital Lcre lust week seri- ously 111, died last Sunday morning. He lived'north of Burdelt and the fun- eral look place from the residence on Tuesday, a large number of sympathiz- ers being present. A case ot considerable interest T tried at Bow Island on Saturday before Police Magistrate F. brown when 'O. Nordeen appeared on a charge of nssault preferred against liirn by I. living north of Burdctt- From Hie evidence submitted it appearetl that a dispute took place between the two men over some oats, and lo make his side of the argument effective seized a coal hammer and threatened N'ordeen. The latter. however, resented Warrey's lactlcs, and showed the latter how ualure's jreapons ran he made to oppose even "a sledge hammer. The complainant, however, appeared to teke the lesson badly Lo heart anfi fell hack under ihe "protection of the law. This to "Warrey. however, must have appeared as unreliable as his sledge hammer, lor Ihc police magistrate dis- inissed the case with costs on the com- plainant- A. V. Werls appeared for the defendant and Mr.' Hogg of Leth- b rid go. Cor the complainant. Miss Shilliagiord, teacher of Chcrry Conlec S.D., southeast of town, Is leav- ing "en OcL 1 for her home In Vancou- ver. B.C. On Friday evening. Sept. 21 foe home of Tayltr was In- vaded by a merry troop of her many Jrlends. A few hours was spcnj ID iripplng the light fantastic toe, and then Miss Shillingford was presented TTJJri a hanilEOEnc club bap, accoui- -Oianled by an showed Ihe place she had won in the hearts 'of.all. TWO LONG YENS HE SPED "Fnfl-i-tlro11 Made Him FBI As If Wahid' On Air ORILUI, Oar., Xov. SSth. 1914. 'Tor over iwa years. I was troubled with CenffifHtiM, Dtoti-tinftt, l-art oj fffeddiJttf, Oaodiy L saw your sign fthich read make YOU lite air." TLU tppasted to HP, sol decided to try 4 box. la a very short titue, I began to belter, and new lhaveagoodappf lite, relish eveo'lhinff I oil, ind gone entirely. 1 recommend, this ftfaszal fruit lo all my friends "1 DAX McLEAX. a box, 9 for trial wzp, ?5o. A t all dealers orsent poslpild by Fruit- i-iivna Limited, OUiwi sometime nut week. The lumber (or this Is expected to arrive within, the neit few days. Mrs. M. Broptiy, who was taken Into the hospital last at Dow Island, is, we understand, ret-overing slowly. H. II. Ostrum is engaged Jn excavat- ing the basement for a fine new house which he Is going to erect northeast of Mr. Ileuber's house. The suuueu emergency appeal Issu- ed on hehalf o( the French Emergency fund found In Burdctt ready and gen- erous response. Mr. MacKinnon, Ihc macagcr of ihe local hank, has had the- pleasure of' forwarding to headquarters, as Burden's contribu- tion to the fund. When one consid- ers ttc short lime at his disposal, and the many calls that have already heen made on this Email community, ibis latest donation now sent by Mr Mac- Kinnon speaKs well for the generosity of ihc residents of Burdelt and dis- trict. The above amount was collect- ed in very short order. Peirograd. Sepi. 30, Russian capital Is preparing seriously to resist air A series of obser- vation posts wiihla a radius of ruilce have been established. Airplane patrols are on duty and Slave bceu made for darkeulog ihe eliy when ilie approach of enemy airmen announced by ihe blowing of sirens. Fear Naval Raid. 1'etrograJ. Sept. on the statement by Premier Kerensky In his speech lo-the demo- cratic congress, that a German fleet was menacing I'etrograd, the news- papers say every means uf repulsing ilie tuoiay Is at huqd hut that It re- mains to he seen whether the revolu- tion has the fighting power of Iho fleet. 'It Is not the firs: lime that Germany has. menaced us, from the says the Novoe Vreiuya. "It Is vitally Important fur the enemy lo seize some part ol the coast as a lauding base, hut in 1914. antl 1S1C our licet was on the watch and all attempts were unsuc- cessful. Let us hope the fighting ol our fleet lias been slrenglh- ed." DEAD Tori Arthur. Oct. F. llurke, who became rwrniucuj twenty year? ago by uroiuolluE coLoiUibtlon and rallrurrts and as (he originator of n "New dled'ou unlay ulght. A widow, four unughtera and two sons survive. Doth sous were members of the first contingent one Is a prUouer in Germany and one home after escaping from1 a (Jenuau prison cauip. i NEVHLS.WJUITJIX WashlnRlon, Into law Oils week great >var tux bill, upon wh Ich conferees agreed lasl uas regarded AS certain today by leaders of both houses. Hy Thursday It Is believed (he bill eliould be ready for. the presl dent's signature. Official estimates rial figures make It ihst total will he euuiewhat less than BTJRDETT (From the Bow Island nerieTv) A quantity of pipe recently purchas- ed from Larson L Oslrum tor the old. pool ball furnished some ground .here for speculation. The secret came pot this week, was. learned _lhit .some ,enterprising Chinks are steam laandry. Ty JS. of Bur- 'detl, completed threshing ihis week with an average of 22 bushels to the acre. A'neighbor of-his, Geo. Corns, jwen'l even heller, and got an average pf 23 bushels. Burdelt la maintaining Its repataUoD as the beat farming dia- trict in Southern Alberta? Sf. A. Hard IB announces Lhat he will commence operation on his floor mill MI TIKE CMS IF CHILD'S TOUGIlE IS COATED ft Crow, Feverlih, Sick, Bilious, Clean Little Liver and Bo we It. A laxative today saves .ft sick chlfd tomorrow. Children simply will not take .the time, from piay (o empty their bowels, which hecome'cloegeil up waste, Mter'pcts stom :--ich sour. ''Look at the tongue, mother! If coil- id, or 7our child Is fToss, lev- .'erlsh, breath bad, restless, doesn't eat heartily, full of cold or has sore throat or any other children's ail- ment, give a leaspoonfnl of "Californ- Syrup o( Fi then don't worry, btcauie It la perfectly harmless, and to a (ew hmirs all this constipation poison, EOUT Lhe and fertnenllnj -TMwLe will gently moye-ont of the iMwela, and yon have a well, child aRaJn. X thoronjh "inside tai" Is oftltnes all that is necessary. Kl IB on lil Lreatmcpt sivai in? of counterfeit ejmps. TOUT diagelst for L Decent bollle Syrup of which bill lull dlrecltona for bdblea, children of all and [or grown-ups plainly the bottle. Look carefully tbat ft Is made by (he "Calf- Syrup HIGH (From the Times) Wm..nramon. a former High Illver boy. who was In partnership with J. J. Sivayri for some lime, was recently killed lij action in France. Mr. and Mrs. O. F- of Meadow1 Dank, announce the marriage of Miss Hulh .Melbourne to their SOD, Mr. Myron Woodhouse, to take place at their home on October 7, 1917, Miss Melbourne was engaged uulil recently nn the nursing sieff of Ibe High Hirer Geueral hospital. The marriage took place la St James' church, Okotoks, on Wednes day. September 2G, 1917, ol Mies Marj Asbcrofl, arid Mr. William Wai lace McKlllen. both of Okotofcs. Rev Father Smith' nf Hlgti Hirer, official ing. Mary Mills, ol High River, _ united in .marriage lo Mr- McLeay, o British Columbia, al the parsonage, by the Her. H. B. Gordon, B.A., o'clock on Wednesday. Sept. 26. Messrs. Morris Sons, ol Gladys sold ibelr (arm properly, conslstlnj of acres of land, stock, Imple etc., for the consideration o per. acre. The grain crop wa made up of 525 acres ol wheat an bells, a very good stand which went to purchaser.- Messrs. Jos RlrhRrda and Fred -Shields, ot Spo Wnsli., the purchasers, ant Ihye look Immediate possession an arc now engaged ID preparing for nei season's work. V. Kiimsey, who resides near Vu can, whilst peed Ins along the roa ai a lively clip, capsized his car a point where the road takes a sbar turn, opposite Mrs." Thompion's farm soutlieast of town. The car turne turtle and Mr. Rumaer, who was alon pinned under the car. He eilr catcd himself and later Mr. Aerli who was motoring out that wa brought him lo High Hlver hospita n-liere he received medical treafraen three of hla ribs having been broke i He'rcLiirned to Vulcan the same ere: Ing with R. J. Mrs. H. F..Cascadden riled early Fr flay morning, September 21, after a ttTH BRIDGE SCHOOL DISTRICT NO. si TENDERS FOR PROPERTY (Sealed lenders, marked lenders for properly will be received by the un- dersigned until and not later than ngon Wednesday, October lOtb, for .the purchase of Ihe undcrmcrjtlon- eif properties either for Ihe bulldlnsa o or for llic buUdlngs and lola un- .cm which the aame ire situated, 'ill, Balldlng and lots known 33 Slreelrf School, slulaled on corner Of Street and Glh Ave. J S.j crjnprlslrig lota No, 29 and 30, block 4353 S." Building known as "Ballej- ftntt Schobl" situated on (be corner vof 10th Slreet and 5th Ave. A. N. com- Lots No, 2, BWck 1IT "Leth- ON JEWELRY CHARGE Tohouto. Oil. Freemnn and Freeze, were arrested here timlay on R charge o[ having into a Jewelry store nl Montreal .d 10 have stolen of Jew- ry, were taken bacfc lo Montreal to- lllness of over three years. Mrs. Ci cadden, whose maiden name was Mar C- Ccvan, was born In Bvanslcn, 11 .In which place her father was fi several years editor rf the Bvanslo Indei. about eight years age, after ihe deith of-her parcnLe Ihe child was sent Lo lire with an a near St. TJioraas. She was educate In Aylmer and St. Thotnaa college an taught school ID 1896 Iu Corlal where she was married In January 1SQD, (o Henry F. Caaeadden. In 1M Mr. and Mrs. Cascpdrlen came lo th district and Hred some dlilance of (own, coming to High Hirer Id 190 'PIXCHERCBEEK (From trie Echo) Walter Htubind left oa Sundiy for Toronto Lo allend the Veterinary col- lege. A. E. Hlndes, of LcthbrldKe, (9 UVIng up his riutiee In A. B. Cornyn's drug store. John .MMnc had (he mlflfortunfi lo have Ills arm dislocated on Sunday. He was standing In A democrat and the Luroro oLci-pcd up suddenly and he was thrown out with above re- sult. The wedding of Mr. Cur LI 3 Langln and Mlas (Jerlrude Fowler was sol- emnized at Maclcod on Monday. Mr. Langln la of the firm ot Langln Ilaker, lumber merchants of Cran- biook. The bride was on Ihe teaching staff of SI. John's N.D. for B number of years. The groom's brother, E, Lurigfn, raolored down from here and brought the newly married back with htm and they are vlalllnf here for. a Tew days before proceeding to their home in Cranbrook. hlfh'esl or any lender will not -ftftrlly Irf cheque for 6% of tht anmmt must accompany Lender vmter thd nauAl conditions. Any fnrthftr information may be ob- tliined on appJlcfttlon lo (he underfllni. '7- :JOIIK H, FLKETWOOD, GEN. GURKO EXPELLED PelrograJ, Oct. Gurko, fonuer commaiider on tho southwest- ern front, has becu (spelled from Kus- sla by way of Arc'hangel because ot the letter he wrote to Iho former em- ueror oxprcsslng his loyally. A lele- gram from Archangel announcos Ihc 1'arls, Orl. Kclair publishes letter from Car'1 ma I GaKparrl. Ihe luipal ECcrctary of slate to Bishop Do CMbergues of Valence concerning the reception accorded the papal peace note, in which Iho papal secretary expresses ihc satisfaction of I'OJIQ Uenedlct at Ihe sentiments of the Catholic clergy uhlch the letter says: "Is all the more agree- able to llts Holiness since tbo con- trary nttlluilo of Iho Freuch press In general Is inexplicable. If there are nations specially favored la the papal nole they nre France and llelglum." The letter, which-Is dated Septem- ber 10, remarks that France certaln- I ly cnunot take exception to Hie first I Ing disarmament and obligatory ar- bitral I un, and continues: "As to Lhe damages to bo replaced Hnd (lie outlays far (lie Hie Holy Father proposes In