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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 3, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta WF.nXl'.SDAY, OCTOHKR 3. 1917 THE HKfULD VIOL MAKES WAK WOMEN Fast Progress in Building U. S. Fleet of Destroyers a- arransemects for alters to ii Proof We publish Ihe formula of Vinol _ lo prove convincingly "that it bis Ihc of much quicker delivery of powfr to create itrength. jibe slilps thin Washington. Oct. juurkible progress has been made In jtlu- Q.ulrV bulldics ot liie I flotilla ol Amerk-nu destroyers lo I fope Ihe submarine campaign, 1 liial llie department now Is as Cad Urer Feptoari, Irca AwoicaiuM Cilrmie, Lima ird Soil Glyct rep botpb lies, Cisciria. Any woman who buvs a bottle of Vinol lor a weak, run-down, nfrvous condition and hnds after giving it a tar trial it did not htlp her, will have her money relumed. You see, there is no guess work cbout Vinol. Its formula proves there is nothing like it tor all weak, run-down, overworked, nervous men and women and for feeble people and delicate children. Try it once and be co.ivinccd. J. O. HIGINBOTHAM A CO., LTD. Druggists, Lelhbrldge. AUo si the best druggets In at] Alberta towns. contemplated al ihe last estimate Vhtch In itself was I f.ir ahead of ihe uriglr.al lime. l press on the ships building and Us rovers uiihlu eighteen inpnlBs. II Is certain that all destroyers now will lie delivered lendy for dciy lu European ffaiers early neit year. Many ol them had not expected, until ihe winter of IMS. Ap- ten saved, months Ins.- been Medical Boards in Alberta To Start Work This Week .Cslgiry, Oct. medical boards for the purpose of examining men at smaller, centres in ibe province uuiler (he military service act will he- Kin Derations Ibis week. Tho follow- ing clllcs anil towns will uc visited hy iwn boards, one oiwratlug [row Cal gary and the other from Ednioulun: 1 Medicine Hal. Maoleml. Lelhbridse, Hert CoruDation, WjilitwrlElit auil j VdrmUlEon. These Men lleglna. Od. authorities aro endeavoring to men come vllhln utter Iban the Rret in. I hems to U'al boards In order lo lessen couiit of work. -This, of COUHC, Iocs not apply to men over 34 years oM. Jcolfr Iv czsralscd lu or- eulisl voluntarily. r Cannot PgbKsh Them npgina, Ocl. have been revived from Ottawa of M. l> 12 ibai no names of men who present themselves for medical eiam- InHllon before ihe medical boards arc lo be published fa. the newEpapcrs. These orders hcen senl to (be various centres where medical boards an; silling throughout Uie district. Ot- inna has no objection to Iha publish- ing of numbers. Close Sarcee Calgary. Ori. are beiug made to close Sarcee camp tor ihe winter anil the 300 officers nnd men under canvas there will shortly be quartered al Victoria Park barracks. Washfriglon, OcL prfce minlpLlalors and profiteers will have the trained men and resourc- es of the secret service to cope with. Herbert Hoover, the food administrator, has asked President VVilsan for the- services of ihe corps and It has been granted. The idea of ___ for baJdness that is chrome is camfcslly quite absurd. J -s faUirtrf In quantities appalling. There's hope in tltai HERPICIDE tlicsticu tfce better barber ahooa e HfrpkUe SPECIAL AGENTS, J. D. hUglnbclham A. Co., Ltd. LETHBRIDGE SCHOOL DISTRICT NO. 51 TENDERS FOR PROPERTY Sealed lenders, marked lenders for property will be received by Ins un- -dorsigned until and not later Lhzn noon. "Wednesday, October 10th, 1917, for llie 'purchase "ot ed propeHled either" for, lie buildings oulr. or for the buUdiogs and lots np- ou which Lhc same are situated. 1. Building and lots knoTrn as "CourUand Street" School, slutated on the 4th Street and 6th Ave. E, comprisias Jols Xo. 29 and 30, blocfe 63 "Lcthbridge S." 2. llmlding known as "Bailey Street School" situated on the comer of 16th Street and olh Ave- A. N. ccm- jirisias Lots No, 2, Dlock 11, "Lelh bridge M2 F." The or any leader Till nol necessarily be accepted. "A curliiied cheque for 5% of the emdunl must accompany each tender under the usiialcondltlcms- -Any further Information may he ob- tained on application to Ihe undersign- ed. Ii6-6 JOHN" H. FLEETWOODf Secretary-Treasurer. Phillips Says McLeod Commis- sion Did Not Have All Document.1; Winnipeg, the resump- tion of the Gait wmmisalOQ today, Hugh Phillips, K.C., read to Connjis- sioner Gall a writieh slatemcnL in ich lie replied to charges inaJe lu the McLeod-TelHor report that he had treated Hon. Roberl Rogers wlih un- f aim ess. Juilgc Gelt permuted Lhe statement ID be filed and added that he had found Mv. Phillips at all times eminently fair in his capacity as counsel for the before the commission Jnqulr- log in la contracts for the construction ol the Manitoba agricultural college. The statement read by Mr. Phillips staled tfiat -the McLeod-Tellier com- mission did not have all Lbe documents before U; "ttial ihe commission had no knowledge of local conditions; thai the com'mlEaton of itonlreal rUJ not, as relalejTbj i's own reporf, go into Ibe evidence (ally; scd, tbst there no whatever for. the sialement that Mr. Rogers. hadi bEcn unfairly dealt with. Winnipeg.-Oct. Union Bank, 1C. announced, will boild a hantfsomo banfe building m Reglna, besides eight others In different parts of Saskatche- wan, at a cost of each, also two In Manitoba towns, and two In Albeila, Bow Island and Grand Frairto. FOR SALE 500 RAM LAMBS March 1st, from Full Uloort Honineys i and Itanibonllel Ewes "perl head' in per head, Lots' Lots 10 or leu f. 0. B. LETHlfllO'OE DEtiVEnV ANY'TIME v. the btit stuff ever bred In Canada, from-'Frisco Exhibition Prize Winners Brtd eipecially far the keeping both wool and mutton qjalltiei and conilitullon In A -fj A f- CALL Ofl WRITE tLC. HARVEY GERMAN MARK DROPS AWAY DOWN. CopDnliAgcn, can exchange here has drop- ped to tour-Leon por cent, te- low normal, wliile Ihe Gernmn v mark now lias reached a polnl lUlr-flve per cent, below Its v peace value. Al Lhc same Lime Danish currencj- lias de- preciated as well as Swedish. Calgary, Oct. plans or extending Its graylLy water supply system may be Llocfeed-by a prolesl marie'by the LOWD to the proTinclal board ofhealtii. Bassano ia situated on the Dow .river below Cal gary nnd its ofllcJals claim this 'cltj should be compelled lo put ID a sew- age disposal syalem before spending money on enlarging fts water supply and thus creating rpore sewage to he dumped Inlb Hie Bow, The provincial loard Is taking the whole maltcr'und er review and is said lo.be Impreaaei with Ihe Dassano contention. WOOLFORD MAN IS KILLED IN ACTION Acting' .11. C. of Woolfprd. Is lislei) 111 Iho casualties May as killed RELIEF IN EASI Stockholm, Ocl. mallor of ller tor un.tunillzed Americans ts jeconilng most acule !u Syria and Palestine, aqcordlii? lo reports re- celred by United States Minister Mor- ris. The reports say that more than two hundred t Americans' are" threat- ened with death by MarvatlGn unless aid comes quickly. CoiiUUJons In Smyrna are better, I here arc some who need aid, Smyrna College ro-opencil on Ocl. H nnrt oilier American colleges Ihelr sosilpiH. Hpbert Col- iece, has three hundred students and ihe Girls College lias an attendance up La Its full capacity. MflMTMB The 78th battery, 100 strong, reached the city last night with their guns, to train here for the winter. It Is understood that an effort will be made here to recruit up to full strength 138.. The rmn are" In' finfvshape after their summer at cJmp, and are looking forward to the time when Ihey can join their rnmrarifte'' over the water. The boys ar; In barracks at the fair grounds. London. Oct. or Ihcj bombing operations by Urillsh naval I airplanes over German-held is reported in-aa rojtlcfsl statement is-1 sued Loday by the ailmlrally.'.1 It reads: "On Monday night naval aircraft dropped many bombs on the'lock gates at Zeebrusse. On Tuesday a quantity of explosives were dropped on sheds and machines al the St. Denls-Wea- trera airdrome, .irt "Curing th6 insuBl palrols, two ene- my aircraft wereisbol control. All ol outjiaachints returned _ EJmonlon. Oct. Ihe prcsi-, denl, l.oulsc C- HcKinney, M. L. A., or Claresholm, in the chair, Iho provincial W. C. T. U. convention opened Ihls morning. Mrs. G. II. V. B'jlyca coDiiucted Ihe- cnnsrcrallon iervlcr There Is a large allcndancc of dclegales flam all fiarU o[ the province, and while the greater part o[ Ihe morning; was.devoted to rout-. Ine business, anil the appolntracnt ot i committees, some Interesting facia In I conoectiun v.llh Ihe work were broughl out- Tbere are now 42 lu the province with a lolal merhhcrshlp, S68 active and 06 honorarj inemhera. The funds raised by Ihc unions were an Increase of aboui 'over lhat of lasl year. Toronto, Oct. only way lo deal effectively wJ'.h (be German raids In EnRland is lo the French do them bomb for said Lord head of Lhe. Urltiah war mission in the United Slates, who arrived In Toronto .today and who is vlsillng Canada for the twentieth time, "I have always Advocated reprisals." he said. "Paris Is only 52 miles away from ttio Germans and do you ever hear of raids opon The French give them bomb for Thomb. Tliat la the remedy, any-orio would propose who understands Germany." "Is Canada going to get her share of munition contracts In the Lord Nor LI] ell fie was asked. "I dldn'l know ih'erc was any differ- ence'fn the situation .but In any case I have nnLlilog whatever to do with the Canadian situation. I do not know what thc_sltuatlon IB tn Canada and am'going lo Ottawa on a vitit lo the governor-general." ICEMOR 631 FIFTH Montreal, Ocl. 11. -Dnice Taylor, tnlohtor of St. I'aul's Preshy- lerian church, Montreal, has bcen.nf- fcred and has, It I: slated, accepicd the poalllon of principal and vlce-chfln ceilor of Queen's University. Klngslon, Onl., In succession 16 Kev. Daniel ner Gordon, C.JI.O., utlio Is rollrlng. Or. Taylor was born al Cardross, Scotland, Oct. 22, ISC9, and was edu- calwl al Glasgow Unlrorslly, Church College, Cloillngcn Univ., Bel- rut and DnnWscua. After' hoIdlnE a chargp in London free Church, Ayr- shire, and In 3t. John's Wood, Lon- don, Kngland, he came lo Montreal In 1911. lie was ordained In JSDS. fie has spent six months al the fronl aa chaplafn of (he .Hfghlsnu'ers. Bo- hclng the author-of a book on economics, written for Ibe Sludenl Christian Movfimcnl, he hag contrlbrit- fA largely lo publications on and Jilitorlcal loplcj. .j Pelrograd. Ocl. air at- tachs on Husslan Ualtlc, aea baacs and In reprisal fluESlan Aircraft on onemy camps In Courland arc reported In today's official atale- ment, Irom the war office- No Im- portant land operations are reporlcd. TOMORROW will be BLOUSE DAY At SIMPSON'S Hundreds of tlut preliie.sil, damfjeiil