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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 3, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta OCTOBRU 1017 THE LRTllBttinGK DAILY HERALD ACTIVE boys require a bite between Give them Dominion Toasted Corn Flakes. There is nothing more refreshing-for children at break- fast or any other. a bowl- ful of these crisp, appetizing flakes. Always Packed WAXTITE UUdobr KELLOGG TOASTED CORN FLAKE COMPANY TWoato W Baltic TAKER Hie Times) Carl McCarlce, son o( Mr. and Mrs. Dan MbCartec, who 1ms Ijeen asalsl- oiit ugcnt In the operating on (bo C.P.n. at MorLIaclt, Sask., has Leeii transferred to Tabcr, ancl commenced his I'.ullcs on Tuesday last. Ultlc Vannlo Green, Ihc two-year- old son o[ Mr. and Sire. Join Green. o[ Rolling Green, while play lug near an old Raeolfne engine on Tuesday last, caught his hand tp .the engine somewhere and cut off the end of Ihc first finger, on his LcU hand. The little feUovi- was I alt en 10 Tiber and Dr. Ilnmman attended the wound. Is rapidly nearlng completion on the fine new elevator, uow lieinp erected here Uolled Grain Growers and U Is said to lie lite most 1 modern and up-to-date elerator In Southern Alberta. Including, as it docs, amongst other features a fifteen Miss Faye Krels, of Purple horsepower uiotor. ,Tbls motor will wfls one of the successful essayists In i be operated by electric energy fwrnlsh- Ihe Lothbrfdgc dtatrlcl, In (lie essay Cil by (he Canada West Coal Co., Ltil, competition on the Jubilee of Con fed-I This will enable Ihe elevator company cration'conducted uy tlic Edmonton to dispense with the old Canadian dull, under the auspices or I type of gasoline engine, at.Is used In the ilcuarfmcnt of agriculture. Tho ihe old lype elefalbra. will also rirlio was 55 or a uieaal of raluc.; Rev." Mr, Drent, T7ho has been pfi3- tor of St. Theodore's church (or tnrfri years and three months, Lag resigned and "ti'lll conclude his mlnlElry tu Tcber on Sunday evening next. Hla jvlll.bc Toy- lor, ol Camiongay. Sir', 'rirarit wlfl leave'Tabcr Calgary nbouL" Tues- day next. From Calgary he will pro- ceed lo ;i new p. jjs: Don't Eat Less-But Eat Better. There is no need of anyone going hungry. Canadians should eat foods that supply the greatest amount of nutriment at the 'lowest coat.' The whole wheat grain is the most per- fect food 'given to man. Shredded Wheat Biacu.lt is the whole wheat grain prepared in a digestible form: Every particle of the whole wheat berry is nothing wasted, nothing thrown away. -Two or three of these biscuits with milk, sliced peaches orother fruits make a nourishing, satisfying meal only a few cents. Jylade in Canada- for .Sour Acle .Stomach, Heartburn. Dyipcpala Tlmo 111 In rive ralnulcs nil ttoin- nch distress will go. No Inillsosllon. hcflrlhiirn, nournMs or tclchlng of gas, add or 'enicUllona c( unillscnUil food, dizziness, hloalbg, foiO brenth or htndaehf. 1'aiio's IB nolcd Tor In rdgulating iipget nloinflcba. It 'Is Ihc Burc.it, quickest anil most rerlaln IndlgtaElon rfcmccly' In the whole world. ami besides H la harm.' less. of racn and women row cut Ihelr roods islllimU they linow Ulapepsln will savo them from any Blomnch misery. Plcaw, tot your sake, get A cuse ol 1'npo'a trim anf sad fal year -lomnth rljtil. Iton'l keep on being lite Is too vou arc not lute long, so rnako j'olir slay Eat ivhat you Ilko nnd rtlgcal It; tnloy It, nlihoul dread 'of rebellion In tho tlotnnch. Pape's -Dlflpcpsln belongs fn your liorto anyway. Should one of your fam- ily Gal Bomctlilng whlcli don't ngroo them, or in of Ari nttncK of Inillgntlon, dyspepsia, or nlomacli ik-nngcmcn( nt Jnyllma or considerably rertucp Ihe fire risk. Miss llclea Messrs. Har- old llmttnian ami W, 0- OHmari leave on KrWay for Edmonton, -where they ivlll attonfl Iho university' lor the com- ing term. f Albert tirecD, the well Vnowu sheep roan, Jias purchased the residence ot V. Hammd'r'oH'1 Ills thai Uio purchase price was 55.000. Mlsa Mary Bennett, flaughler. of Jr. and Mrs. n. H. Bennetl, ot Purple Springs. haQ-. the ralstorluno lo get ler brnldcd half enlanEled..fn ii run- .Ing cream separator boivI-'Bcrorc llio machine could be Den- lelt's hair was wrapped around Hie lowl In such a manner as lo draw her icad down and close lo Ihc bowl. Help was called, from a'nearby threshing jultlt and !L was found necessary lo llsasscmble the cream separator In or- der lo relievo- her. MU? Banned very sore scalp anil sustained the 1033 ot some of her lialr. Aller B.long HInKis Mrs. Audrca Jensen, wife ol A'. Jl. Jansen, ST., tllci] nt Ler home, one; mile from Purple Spring on Wednesday September 26 The docoaied was. ;a nativo of Den mark, hiving come to Canada three years ago. Sho is survlvqu hy her A. M. Sr., and children, Jennie. Knud, A. M. Jr., A., Henry A., and Mrs. Nellie Hill." .SPRING .COULEE (From Our Own Spring Coulee, Oct. _ Is fast being rushed lo completion under extremely favorable conditions Alex. Munfoe will ocupy the ne More builrtlng undtrnfttlh the low Hall. Ilcrmau Johnson bos possessed him 5cir with n flno new McLaughlln car tho ftneal of many eootl cara In thl vicinity. Mlsfl Unfa SchofielU loft on Frlda tor a few weeks' Tlall al Dlimudc, Mr. nml Mrs. McCarthy attended wedding Clareahalm on Wednesday Hov. hifilfft, of.aiftgriUh.WMI vis tor Wednesday1, n OR Inn (PR next Sundftf the chore services will be held p.m., Sun tlay school ntJ p.mi The Ladles' Aid society.will nice al lha residence of Harry Joll on Thurgdaj; afternoon flt 2 o'clock. OrcaL prepflmllons arc being mad for tho hot f Ing day In the church. Ottawa, OcL feature of the rc-ojwulns of Ibe nevri print Incjulrv lie (ore CoiiimlBs'.DDrr IVluglo lh.li inornlog was Iho statement submitted showing that Ihc Ontario ljaper Cbrn- of Thorold. Out., has reduced Ihc cost of Its uowBprlnl since March last by 513.DO Ion. One of tfie chief catjees of ibe m'uctlcn was sbowo 10 be Ihe facl (hat coinpeny now Is iis own OalarJo Paper Company now tVtn? news print 145.32 per (on. JD (lip fjrel riuartpr of Ihe year the coat was J5S.9S ton. The cl this mornlns'a sHUnt's of tho cotu- nitsalDn. >Vhlle CLIef Acn.mHanl Clarkcot read statements ho was closely RUDElloneO by counsel representing the HromptOD Pulp and Paper torn tlio Kort Prances Pulp aad Paper company, nnd the Ontario Paper com-' Al (he outset ol tho Inquiry, Com-" inlssluner Prlnglc Lrougtil up thfc ques- tion of a readJustmeDL so that the1 Canadian companies should each tjuar their proper proportion ot the burden of supplying Ibe home market with news prim at Ihc (tied price. Ho Bald this would have to be done Immediate- ly as ecime ot the companies who had Leen bearing the burden in the past were clamoring to be released from an unfair proportlonmenl. 1 lie GUggeslcd thai Mr. Clarkson und Mr. two expert accountants, maVc nn and the. manufacturers' represcnlatiTes agracd lo ihU through George K. Henderson, K.L1- One manufacturer, G. Dler- niRn, ot the Shawntgan Kails PApcr company, coraplatncd he was supply- ing double his proportion and was los- ing a and Cornmtssloner It eald he would be protected and o adjustment, madi rclroactirc. ttTien Commissioner Prlcgle asltci} e raanafHClurers II were pre- red (o fly is Ihc fednr; I trade f IsalOQ oC (he Unltc-1 Stales rae rc- tho American rainufaclurers a weeKlr or monthly rc- irt of nroductlon. U slarlert hitler lllclsni of Iho federal Iradc comtnis on'a figures of ?2-60 per JDD pounds h fair newsprint price. G. V. Hcn- ireon, K.C., flgured most pronilncnily cmmlsslouar- Prlngle said be nol j lo criticize Iho American fls be n fair rxtt nnd Ihero iFlhl.'iiy that same rato wuuJd I rorafl.lD both countries." Georgft erson and George olh criticized the commlasion's flg-' res lallcr said thai Iho federal do commission appeared to be Infal- In his or'nlon H was utter non- en so lo state In consrcsg, bouse'of ommonX and in the braaa that ?50 a on, was u fair prlco, from the.manu- aplurer'a point ol view. Tbe commls- ouer remarked: say iatf for the AfrUlbl company's figures how a cost ol only 538." "It's nolrtalr lo pick one atrt Mr.'Henderaon, "I think Ihcro is omellilng rodicaUy wrong- with the ederal trade commission's report." This afternoon other statements are elng considered. KILLED IN ACTION OcL brii heached .ondon (hat Major Evelyn Doerbohmi ncphaw of tha late. Sir Heibcrt Tree, killed la acMon last "UVdncsflay. THE PASS TOWNS (From the Blnlrniore Enterprise) Dellcvne was alarlleil hy tho new i Tuesday evening lllal otia ol th camp's old tlmors In the person .fohn Dnvlilson, hat! met his dcntli Ihc mini-, Tho A.P.P. notified Co I'lnhney, and the was ImpyncllcJ: Foreman Joseph II herlson; Jncoh WhllleT, Kdwa Chrlallc, ,Tamea Cardie, Charlca 1 Warlh anil Johti After Iw sosulong Iho rclurneil Ihclr vc diet. BtnllnR lhat 2 1S17, In counter gungway of N 1 mine, Hellcviie, owned bf the We ColUerlcs, Md., John Havt son caruo lo his death'by, a fnll coal vshfcll knocked him (nacnait: and owing lo partis' covered ihe woight of coat, from euffoe tlon, Davidson ,vaa years of A nml single. He dnroc (o.lftls count Federal ycnrs flgo from Scollnnd wlie aurvlro ..Intcrme look place n( (he Blftlrmoro cemetc on Thtinitlay, niid .wa.f largeir aiicn crt. lalurday. Interment look placo al the 31alrniorc cemetery on Tuesday afler- oon, HOT. XV. T. Young officiating. Sinclair was n member of lie famous Prlncca3 Pnta and cxperl- nced 26 months In Iho trenches in Franco before telng Gassed ID May ast. lie iras but a youDR nan of tlah Ltrlb nntl TlsKeJ his parents n Ihe-cU country before returning lo !anaila. T. M, Durnett, who has been doing this camp for some ten has decided to quit business In erne, and (n Iho future the b; will be run under the name ot ohoston and Cousenfl, Word has been received from the {on. Charles Slewarl, minister of pub' works, stating Ilinl he -will ba iloased to be present on ThanHsglvlnx day, Monday, October 8, PU the cc: caslon of the formal opening ot new rond Urlttsh Columbia Tllh Altoila by ths aoulh shore NMI InVc. U Is undcrslooi .hoi other of Lhe Alberts government will Bcornpany Mr. Steir (From the Sweet Grn9a________, Members of the AlbcrU iiudoon nay Hallway Co, have been h'oMfng throughoul this district, Ing tn the company which'pra popes to build n line from Onnlstem In Coutts and then east (a Medlcln Hal. M. Kinder cactc up from Indiana to look nflcr lita Inlerenla nl Ulvcr mid Coutla. I Miss N'lna Ulch, who hA.i bpOnt Ih pasl year with her brplher D. il, IJlch wpecls (o ?cflvc soon for her horcc 1 Delrofl, MkhJgfln. Misa 3f. Kir, who Jinx been vJflflln her Iirollief, Charles, nt St. Hilda, lei for home (n Femvlck, Onl. Alias A. P. While returned from Lclnbrltlgo [his weak. Jim Is spending n few friends In Bnasans, 9agk, R W. Ihme and family, ill ClarJc, spent Sunday wUh Mr, an MM, Oallwhar, J. Morgan, school Inspector TT IhrouKh this dlilrlcl Inapdctli this wDfik; Caldcr and J- W, Vat. of Adftr, worn callera here Uils TTW ii In sad to report one V.ss pi: cd lo Lho grent utiEcen world In th Sersi.-JloJor Sinclair, who for bul person 11, Jennings, whose pies duping Iho nlgM, II IE liaixly (n a ,hv or BO did keen patlonl nt Iho I ant faco will Indeed be missed for Iho surest relief KranK Jlllltrtry passert awny i Mr. Jpiinlngs wns a Irlor.d lo ill who Aijvirtiscnlent. ai Inilltutlon on Jkae.w'lilia. For of their are young in years and'young in -viewpoint. r t TO make youth tarry'is an art, Society Brand Cjoth.es have mastered. If you are young, you don't want old men's clothes. If you are the vigorous styles and be rated at No garment is a genuine Society. Brand model..unless the inside pocket'bears the label. Go to "Style Head- store that sells Society Brand .Clothes.' SOCIETV RRAXD CLOTHES. 1JM1TED, Makers ALFKED DECKF.H t COIIS. llakcrs lor U, S. A. 1 T I'pHERte is an Which in and try it' on McKelvie I lodel awaiting y6ur call, at this i will fit and become you. Come i 1 'HE "2" M's McGuire 1 STYLE STORE. THAT SELLS SOCIETY BRAND ;