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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 6, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta FRIDAY, OCTOBER fi. THE umiBRinr.E DAILY HEIUMJ PAGE THREE Queerti A Pure Vanilla Eating Chocolaie The smoothest, the richest, the most perfect choc- olate that can- be manufactured from the cocoa bean. Sold everywhere. Made in Canada. ciir .Xytr ssa at Ellisl.ro, Sask.. and expects to leave DISTRICT NEWS VULCAN i :l'lc. 5'hilllp Palulcr 's now In' the u flsliUne of Ho past ten d. on tic I" ithout obtaining licenses to llalld'o Wohlford Ilausen, third daugli- practice medicine, provided they con- ter of Carl f. Hanson, of Penart'n. foruuto the tenets of the Christian Scl- ALLIES' DRIVE- MENACE ENEMY LINES throughout (he district, and the grain is turning out to he of a good quality, trlct during the past tciv days are as follows: McPlierson Bros.. 45 bushels to the hie- George Todd, 37 bushels to the aero summer fallow; A. f. Middle- ton bushels to the acre on slub- ble; W. F. Kannells, 30 bushels to tlie acre on stubble; J. A. Jones, 13 bush- els to the acre on summer fallow. In the Kirkaldy district threshing is going well and the grain is grading mostly No I. J. LclBfried got 43Va bushels of No. 1, and W. Galloway got 25 bushels of No. 1 to the acre. The Held Hill district is well into tb6 threshing work by now. the first machines commencing the middle of last week, Mr. Paul Norton commenc- ing to thrash out on his own place, and Mr. .1. Munsen's rig starting on Mr. 0. P. Howe's place. Paul Norton's wheat went 44 bush- els to the acre. On Mr. Howe's place the wheat on the breaking went 41, and on summer fallow 44% bushels to the acre. Oats on breaking made i5 bushels to the acre, and barley on. summer fallow went 70 bushels to the acre. All the grain is of good qualily but has not yet been graded. Ed. Armey who threshed Jack Marshall s crop on 80 acres got bushels, or 41% bushels to the acre. The gram graded No. 1. MAGRATH (From the Raymond Pte. James Foggin, of Del Boiiita returned home this week from the Old Country, having been discharged as medically unfit. He came over on the Olympic. Building continues active. Three houses are now under way, one for Thomas Owen, a brick veiicer resi- dence for James Meldrum and a frame cottage for James B. Barker. Thos. Stubbs has the contracts, and the Pioneer Lumber company is supply- ing the material. Mayor Hirie disposed of approxi- mately worth of lambs and mutton this wce.k, one of the largest sheep deals put through this year, to Richard iiradshaw. Jr.. he sold 1000 lambs and to the Swift Canadian com- pany 600 wethers, both sales bringing in a good sum as the sheep sold well. Mr Hirie is bringing ill another bunch of ewes from Montana tills week. Other sheepmen who are mak- ing Importations of sheep are Shel- ton and Minor and John I. Chipman; Sheep in the States are scarce and the price is high. as his name lists. Such a wholesome spread, for a fresh slice of Bread. Of coiinso KidtilcB "Just Crown Brand Syrup, and always want II on bread. CORNJtSYRUP Ai all II pound 11-1 J In 2. 5. 10 and 20 Have you our r our raw o nd lull it mi-o. asiera an Jjlniy mi-jo. <-A lor a copy 10 our Monliul Offtai: THE DO. LIMITED topic in real csl i per crop certaii the States." Such was word brought by J. sheepman and landowner, II. S. this week. (Frofn Ihe The stake presidency attended ward conference of the Lelhbridgo ward last Sunday. A very unjoyaole con- ferencc was held In that city, accord- ing to their reports. COALDALE NEWS ing to tlieir reports. UUAL.UAUC I Hugh Uoyd. of Lothbridge, was in our Own Con-csiramlcnt) I town last week arranging for the pay-1 ooaldale, Oct. opera- intent of liens held against farmers by just become general j the Dominion government lor seed grain relief. Mr Harker is enthusiastic over the butter outlook. He looks for good throughout this district, have been stopped by the storm. Wheat is turn- ing out somewhat bettor than espcct- one field belonging to Daniel nuticr Duuui-m. nr; ivvn.3 ijne jiciu prices this fall anil winter, and Bates yielded 57 bushels per acre, an- pects generous patronage from Stir- ollier ot Daniel and Loftier making oO ling and Raymond. bushels Most of the wheat crop in Pte. Dave Card failed to pass the district will grade No. 2. T. A. HOBS, half-a-milo from town, got an nvcranc of 47 bushels off HO iicrcH Heeded with .Marquis. Ho sold 1500 bushels on the track Tuesday for Henry, south of Bow Island, we hoar, has threshed 41. bushels to the acre oft a portion ot his crop. informed that at No. ifl, ono of the wells now belill! drilled by the Western Canada Natural Gas Co., west of town, a flow of water has been struck having a capacity of about 100 barrels a day. Judging from enquiries now being made, there will be a large demand for houses in town this winter, it looks as if the erection of half-a-doz- en good size houses would bo a paying proposition.. They are all coming back. Carl Ride, who was one of those who as- sisted to raise Bow Island from its cradle, returned this week after a pilgrimage through the Slates. Prob- ably he will remain here. E. received word this week that Ills brother Scott, who Is at tho front, has been slightly wound- ed. A. Eean caught one of his fingers in his threshing HE the other day and smashed it badly. The new elevator is being rapidly proceeded with. The concrete work] is now finished and considerable work lias been already done on tho main structure. A C.P.K. section man was brought j in from Whitla on Wednesday suffer- ing from a broken leg, and was at- tended to by Dr. Paterson. It appears he was riding on top of a loaded hand- car, and slipping down, his leg was caught under the wheel. Misery in Back, Headache and Pain in Limbs. Bear Mr. more than c yeur 1 suffered with misery in Uie back, dull headache, pain in the limbs, won somewhat constipated mid slept poorly at night until I was about ready to col- lapse. Swing an account of mo won- derful qualities of prepared by Doctor Pierce, of liuh'alo, tv. i., I Bent for a box, and before using whole box I felt and still feel improved. My sleep in refreshing, misery reduced, and life is not the drajj it was hefore. 1 most cheerfully recommend this reined; to sufferers from like ailments. Yours truly, W. A. UOBEB.TB. I final examination to which the Kilties i were subjected before their depar- ture for the east, and is back on an- other month's "harvest leave. Those who were eliminated; from the ranks will be kept for home 'duty it is j thought. NEW DAYTON NEWS (Fnini Our Own New Dayton, Oct. B. Duell, a well known farmer south of here, is seriously ill at the hospital in Leth- bridge. I Mrs. Conycrs of North Dakota is (visiting her sister. Mrs. Lee Atkins, of this place. j Miss Lillian Panry of Lelhbridge is 'visiting her sister, Mrs. S. Johnson, at the G. C. McDonald iarm, north-west of town.' j D Hunter and brother. G. N.. of I Dayton, several days here and left last week for Oregon: There is quite a lot of activity in around New Dayton. Several new us uisiiict "in John McD Davidson has completed the threshing of his timothy seed crop. 2SO acres yielded 1550 bus Work on the new school building is progressing rapidly. The walls are now up and the building will soon be enclosed. H A Suggitt has taken Ins thresh- ing outfit for a run north of the river. A. L. Brown is sporting a new Chev- i rolet car. The Ladies' Aid will meet with Mrs. F Knapn on Wednesday afternoon. 'Mrs S A. Lindblad entertained a party at dinner on Saturday evening m honor of her birthday. Cars have been very scarce here for the past two weeks, but wo are iromised more in the near future. BOW ISLAND Among those who have already threshed is Ed. Thompson, ob- CORPORAL CLEANS OUT TWENTY.TWO ENEMY SOLDIERS Used Rifles of Dead Germans to Polish Off Balance of the Bunch houses and barns have built and quite a few automobiles have been purchased. Mrs. Torn McKay is home after hav- ing an operation at the hospital in Lethbridge. Lawrence Taylor of Taber, manager of the John Forstin well drilling out o e on fit, has placed several wells in and tained tlie following result: From 55 acres summerfallow, 40 bushels to the acre; from IS acres, disced in -round, 34 bushels; and from 24 acres, seeded on. laid over breaking, he got busliels. Flamme Bros., no particulars, nut they got an average yield of 40 buch- P. and Ivor Peterson, living in 3.10, have an average of 37 bushels. ave a Wayne Johnston, off stubble ground obtained 2S bushels, and from spring breaking 35 bushels. Ottawa, Ont., Oct. report of the Canadian eyewitness reviews the severe fighting north and east of iCourcelette from September 20 to 21 ana says .in the course of all this fight- ng there have been innumerable in- stances of the most courageous and devoted actions, impossible at pres- ent to detail. The case of a corporal of an east- ern Ontario battalion is, however, one ot the most extraordinary ever re- corded. The battalion had successful- ly captures a line of German trenches when a party of the enemy, consisting of two officers and about twenty men, began a counter attack. Tlie corporal advanced alone against the whole par- ty emptied his revolver, picked up first one and then another German rifle, each of which he emptied, ac- counting for the two officers and six- teen of the men. While he was shoot: ing one of the officers attacked him with a bayonet and pierced him .in the leg below the knee, but the corporal shot four of them and made the fifth prisoner. Although wounded in two places he remained in the trenches until his battalion was relieved. NOTE: You've all undoubtedly heard of the famous Dr. Pierce and his well- known medicines. Well, this prescrip- tion is one that has been successfully used for many years by tlie physicians and specialist! ot Dr. Pierce's invalids. Hotel and. Surgical Institute, of Buffalo, N. Y., for kidney complaints, and dis- eases arising from disorders of tb.3 kidncvs and bladder, such as backache, weak'back, rheumatism, dropsy, con- gestion of the kidneys, inflammation of the bladder, scalding urine, and urinary troubles. Up to this time, "Anuric" has been on sale to the public, bnt by tho persuasion of many patienls and Ins increased demand for this wonderful healing Tablet, Dr. Pierce has finally decided to put it into the drug stores of this country within immediate reach of all sufferers, I know of one or two leading drag- fists in town who have managed to procure a supply of "Anuric" for their unions customers in and around Una locality. If not obtainable send one dime by mail to Dr. Pierce for trial package or 60 cents for full treatment; EDITOE-- Please innert this letter in lome conspicuous place in your paper. PEER WHO CLAIMS EXEMPTION Lord Camoys is, with one exception, the only peer who has applied for ex- emption from military service..A very, listoric family is that of Lord .Cam- oys. It is a barony by writ, the_ first jaron having been tho gallant Eng- lishman who commanded our left wing at Agincourt. Further back an an- cestor sat in the first English Parlia- ment, tho one summoned by the re- nowned Simon de Montfort. The Ston. ors were at Stonor in the Chilterna before the Conquest. Lord Camoys married an American heiress, of the well known Sherman family of New York and Rhode Isl- and and they have a son three years old His youngest brother, an officer in the Bedfordshires, fell in-battle nearly eighteen-months ago. Holding that beer bought for and. provided at a barn-raising in- Canada, temperance act. territory is illegal. Justices of the Peace T. H. Beattie and James Dickson fined Joseph Taylor oE Ellice township and costs. Sir Wilfrid Laurier has accepted an invitation from the Newman club of: rthe University of Toronto to deliver an address under-the auspices: of tho club :on the evening of November 1. The manner In which the allied drive on the Somme menaces, the enemy's The manner in wnicu wblch shows the main principal communication u.. I..E map wmui Many forme drinkers now OSTUM If you in its There's a Reason ;