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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 9, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta TUBSDAY. OCTOBER 9, 1017 THE LETUBHIDfiE HERALD. PACK SEVEN Farmer of District Gives His Life at the Land is Transferred (From Our Oirn Maeleod, OcL Gaulhlcr TC- a lhal Ms son, N'chou hl.lctJ lu acllon La Kriinco during on'o ot Ibo recent cu- gaecraenls. Nclsou Gauthler -was born In In his lii ttje TrcBtcrn slatca. Aflcr tcvpral .veare" rcsMcnco ho relumca to lio farmed up lo Ihe tlroe ,ot .enHsllnr In 1915. Ilo led wllh ihc ISlV. -AKer Bpendiog-some llmo 'LirKi.g.sttul. lio was sent .to Praaca an'd In the Ircncliea up to (he lime of bla .death. Ills lalher aai mbthor llvo la Mdcleoa. His brothers ero farni.i.e In ltd Mac-, leotl district. P. >i. relumed lo Mftclecwl 3 few days'ijo'and la now In the cm- jiloy ol tho C.P.H-, where he was pro- to wllli tho J3tb. Ancr spending somo Uino training In Cal- gary, 'ho went overseas, then to Trbcro hQ worked, with other Loya from Maclcod doing Iliclr lilt. He became a wbject of trcncli forer and rhouroallcnv was sent back Lo Eag- land.- After being In the liospHal there he recovered BuHlclcDlly to be returned-homo.- Ho" says" thoy want men men." W-A, JacKBon, al ouo time a scant In the n.N.W.-M.P., and who retiring from the torc.o haa liv- ed on bis jarru west ot Stacleod. la dead. o vclorlnary Burgeon, and a lover ui cl-.'.vlileh he alwayj hnd ones, with n small herd1 of He thus made a suc- cess of mixed farialiig. 'Ho had IJCPII confined'lo for the past two years with, rheumatism aitJ died nesday ovenh-S- Tho funeral was from the residence Frltlaj- am. was flttendcd'. ly.: ttio mcinboja ol the Limd sates "continue In Ihe Maeleod district, sap era! Barters having chanc- ctl hands, wllb one section al and anoOier aeclloii anil a halt nl very good prices. North of tlio river an- oLher big sale vrag made of tlirco scc- llonft and another.part of a.section p.t D prlco running close to per acre. Gash payments ;aro all large, as the buyers' are airmen who have been Lard up (or a time and now haye .good 1 crops .wllh UoLler so thoy are Investing' (ri good land. Threshing "operations have, hccn nood this week, only a few hours liolnK lost by n breeze that' was not ngreeahlc to Lhc lliTCsl.ermen, so they stopped tno'mACliinca to enjoy a nice liltlc wind. Ylolds have been In many cases .bplLcr than was expected, TcMlfc "others did'not have as much off the.fields arf they looked for. But (lie .yJelclfl Indlcato IJiat.Mac-. leort dislricV.TiiTll'Hvc up tlon of fully 25 bUGhels ncro, Ts-hleli wllh" the-present prices will give the iflrmer'n Rood hank account. Threshermen say this season of 1917 has been tho beat for their work they have experienced for several seasons. Another w.cek .ol goort wcnllier will finish up the threshing In part of tho district; niore than bait- Is already finlshe'd, Moul. Dllss W. son of liev. M- II. .Iran, of CalKary, who wna kill- ed in action, was well known here. This officer enlisted-In Maeleod alter- THF WONDERFUL FRUIlpCiNE Thmands Of B Health And the mmrtelloiu Bifdlclce made from frull juices lias reliOTcil more cues of Slvmaih, Liitr. Blood. Kdn'y aid Stin TroiMet Man tny ctfirr tfttdiciru. ID severe casca ef nheumilism, Sdiliei, Lumbago, Pain In Ihe BiLCi, Impuro lllood, Kcu ralgia, Chronic Headaches, Cbronie Constipation anil Indijestion, "Fnill has given unusually eff-'clive results. Jly Its clcansinj, healioj powers ra tbs elimlniHnj organs, "FniiU-Uies" tones up and SuTigor- itcs tUenl'Olo system. GOc. a boi, 0 Wai Mo, A t all dealers or sent postpaid ty Fruit- luited-OtUit ..___sorao line al Ballabury Plains, and went lo France.early In 1B15; at St. Julian he was wounded In April. 1916, but was returned to action In August: In June! 19IC lie was again wounded. After was attached to headquarters staff ju Lon- don, Eng. He'Joined itie Flylus corps and qualified'.observer, ho re- turned to Franco about Sept. 1 and was killed It) action about, twenty days Inter. While In Maeleod he matlt 'many, friends counted as a model youn'K 'map.. was In the employ of the' Provincial Telephone Co. A la.rfie :ex- tend synipathy. Miss Hinds, deaconcsB In the-So- cial Service work al Frank, assisted In Iho service" In (lie Methodist church, Sunday, Oct. 1. The management Iho Prcsby- to Irie llwaWl Fernle. Oct. the lira' sluco the sdvenl of dryuess ID Iho bars of Fernle, was rcrjiarkablo lor Us quietness and sobriety. The weather also wis on 119 best behavior. Klv'nB lue who dwelt lu the mountains one ol the grandcBt sights thai can be seen anywhere on iiie i'lubo. wltti.ttie rich coloring of Iho and the clearness of a pcrtect day. Vervkes were held lu all the crurehcs, tho Methodist church being icoratcil wllli a pro- (uElon of vegetables and grains which made II look like a lair exhibi- tion. Special services were conducted botli morning and ovenlnr and tho attendance was unusually large. At Knoi church. Carr was nsslsl- cd In Thanksgiving cervices lly JUss Mitchell, rlold Secretary of Iho Women's .Missionary Society. The cliurch ivas also decorated with wild floivers galhered from Ibe mountain Bides. i Archdeacon licers ivas present al Christ Coureh yesterday and held In Eno't makes cheery optimists out of bilious pessimists Tho'daj appolnled by Iho governmeot officials I, Oclober IS. but owing to the llagrath branch not bclnir able to procure Iho house tor hat special day evening. Tho rcuort for the year number her friends al her home oa rioting Oct. 1. 1917. Is aj follows; Iho lleathershaw ranch south ot town lor annual memberbhlp, 1 Tho ladles motored out aboiA two :1Q8- from other sources, entertain- i o'clock in Iho afternoon. Mrs. musacn. anO iho Misses L Hall ana menis, July 2 celel.ratlon. and ladles'I thaw hid prepared a dcllcloua chick-1 Laura Rirle. Mm. Mrs. Aup. Wood, A. Houes. It. WotKl, Mrs, Brown, Mrs. L. Darker Mra. Wienie scivlng lunch, money sent 1 on dinner ami everyone enjoyed II A ovenlng was spent at u provincial I Imiiu-nsely anj Mrs. the nonu; ol Mr. and Mrs. Neilson. on. paid tor material and lied (Toss suu- lleatherbhaw an A No. 1 coolr, Thoanltho farm norlli of town, on Thursday piles, In Pclcrboro, Oni. Dr.- Mace has'taken-over Ihe omco and residence formerly occupied by the late Dr. Mllburn. Mrs. John Hollies who Bpent the summer.ln -Vncle'pd, returned lo her homo In Edmonton. lied Cross officers are, In? Ihe names" ot'bo'ys wlio went Irom JIacleod lo tlie front and will begin preparing Christmas boies lo be sent to every name on the Hat. down In front ot Inelr cUcd upon. Supper be served at G o'clock. Wild duck will be Ihe main feature on the bill of fare and num- erous other good Ihlngn will follow. Tho people will bo asked to furnish all the various eatables and the per will be sold.'. Monday being a holiday a bunch "of Dlmrods were oul bunting and returned with hundreds of the very best wild clucks. Among those who furnished the rjame were Mayor' Bcnlon, Harold and Angus WooG, Johu Turner, J. A, Alrle, Amos Peterson, Henry Shaffer and others. The annual meeting- and dauce will 32 obdomlnal .'jandages. 111) palra nyjaniP.F, 53 surtii'al whirls, S? day fihirts, 22 nurses' aprons. 2 pa'.rsj sleeves, I'i convalescent robes, S kit j bags, 8 bed soclta. 19 Miakl ulinps. 30 j wringers. G carry-alls, 21 colored band- j kerchiefs, 1BC white haiidkorchtefs, C i water rovers. pairs of .socks. t TUere are somo ruailc up uiul socie material on hand noiv In Ihe i rooms. TLe liavo worked re- j markably well and all the sewing Is first We receive Idlers from) ilia headquarters irt answer to all I Ehlimienis, eayins they are 1 ally well pleased with our work. 34 boxes have been" Bent lo our soldiers, also a pair of sochs to each boy who tnllsted hero. A. I-- Wood was In lovrn Ih2 firgt of the weelf and a duck Imut with a number of local men. Tlie Home Guards Swarni and Sago Lily- Swarm of. Iho Y.L.M.l-A. wcro gleaning hi Ibe fields on Saturday; they gathered 15 bushels ot good wheat, A very excellent talk was given on Sunday evening In the assembly by Mr. Iloinney, of Ilayinond. His re- marks wefc along Ibc lino of. Tliaiiks- Elvins day anl Ihorouglily eii- joyqi by all; a story and musical mimbera were aho very good. The eplflemlc of diphtheria In town Is being smothered out. only two families being u both 'reported B IL is lo bo lioped no more cases de- nder qyarauttne, and progressing nicely. veloy nod lhat, Iho people who have ej-mplomg of thla "Disease call In the doelor before Jt Is srattcred, Death of Infant. Magralli, Ocl. Death cnme (From Our Own. Correspondent Cardslon, OcL annual meet- ing of Ine Cardslon branch of the Bed Cross society was, held in the courl houae on Thursday evening; October JIT.'- Th lal" (hft Work done 'was read'and aUp report, bolh of.which were adopted. Tolal receipls Lurcs .Mlance carried ovet ward joining an artillery section (n from lost year {40.72, balance carried Lcthbrldge, "anil then transferred lo forward this 'Artlclca the Engineers at Calgary.. He was majn ani-Sent lo heailaU.artere Z397. one of the first to enlist and one .of the first contingent lo leave Calgary for Va.lcarller thence lo England; ho filRlSI 'HT, lOCGLOSSY ID Save YoJr Hairl Double Iti Beiirty In a Few Thltl If- yon caro' fnr lieavy hair, that glisten's with, and I: radiant With life; hftir fln IneomparAble soft- ness and unit lustrous, try Just" one' doublcs the beauty of your-nalr, licaldcs It Immed- iately ercry particle or dan' dmff; fOLi 'cannot QaTa nice, heavy, healthy hair If you fmvo dandruff. This destructive icurt robs Ihe hair of 1U luatre, Iti ntrength And Ua very lltf, and If nol' pvercpmc it produces ft fovcrlahness .and itching of the ccalp; the hair, rools famUh, looacn die; then Ihe hair fall! 6ul fast. If your hnlr his been neglected and IB Ihln, Jaded, rlry, scrtifwy or loo. oily, Eel n bottle of KnowUon'a Pflndcrlne a( iriy drug sCoro or toilet applj n little as dlreetcd nnrl In minutes after you will My this was Ike investment'you. ever made. Wo sincerely bcllove, regardless of ererrthing adrertlsed, lltat If yon desire soft, lustrous, beautiful hair nnd lots of no llclilng icalp grid no more falling must UEO' KnowHon's Dandcrlne. If sot Ttt'o amount of money collected ts far greater than In any' preylous year, and Ihe been done.' by the ladles Is far greater and more valuable any, previous yeflr. .Thus the annual 'report Is a great credit lo.bnr TrprkerBj and It Is hoped that Iho .coming yVar. will sen nndlher Increase as'.'the', list ot our -sick nnd wounded Is becoming greater nnd creator, and the neni. ior'aclrre Red Cross work. la. becoming more urgent'every Tho offlcerfi elected for th'e( ensuing years arc as Pres, and secre- tary, B. N. Darker; 1st vice-president, Mrs. 2nd vice-president, Mrs. J., Holmes; treasurer, Mh Thompson; eKentlTB. coininlltee, Jlrs. V. V. Christie, Mn.lJ: T. Brown, Mrs, W- Sorrcn'son, Jlrs. L. L: Follelt, Mrs. Best, Inspector Macdonald, S. Johnston, "H. Macddiuld, Mrs. Ed. Ivlns, Mrs. John Woolforfl, Mlsi Walk- Oclobcr Ifith has, hccn declared, hy the Qovcrnor-General of ..Canada and by the LIcut-GoTemoirs of" Uio proT: Inces.. lo bo a speclrir day'set BbaK for Ihe collccllon'.of funds for tile British Red when we Bay Iho British tied Cross Society we also mean that this. Is' for aid for nil tht" as well DS for prisoners of war that fall Into our Red Cross dispenses aid wheresoever required nnd to'aid IhcmEcIves; A grade Oxford. owned by Brwln -Vohr, Beecbgrore, has made a record (or this year. She rais- ed four lambs which feceritty; sold' for f 11.7E ehch, and -produced 4 fleece worth making ,4 building. Tbls will bo the first to be laid doivn In BurdctL Sundey school re-opened on Sunday last with forty-eleht scholars in at- tendance. Mr. Loveland hfts boon ap- pointed superintendent and It is hop- ed that arrangements will be, made wllbln the nest few days lo have one or two asslstonls. A. Waddell Is making arrangements lo erect a large business block on his properly on Main street. The office ho Is now la-will lie removed wliero nrid In its place a building will be erected measuring 2-JilO. Sir. Parker, government school In- spcctor. paid Burdett oil official visit on Monday of this week, lie express- ed himself'a: Lelnc pleased with the condition ot the schools. Whilst he was Uicrc he weul Into Iho matter of the school Bile with Iho secretary pi the school trustees, and it Is expcclcd that everything will be sntlstactorlly arranged witlim the nest few dnya. The plans and have been approved, and tenders [or build- ing will be adverllscd-.Ehortly. There, arc now about one hundred pupils enrolled In the Burdell school district. Jliss Boston in Ihe has 65 pupils. Miss Harrington, of Ibo high school, has 22, aud al. Roclc- lord Miss Campbell lias 20. GRASSY LAKE (From Our Own Correspondent) l.. Grassy Lako. OcL Derjl Barrett, 'daughter ot Rev. anil, Mrs. Barren, arrived home Friday lo ependj "with her parents. Mrs. I. Couslng mni children, went .to'Lelhlirldge Friday to, spend Iho week-end with her parents there. Sir. and Mrs. James Turn-. bull, at now Island hospital, a, eon, Oct. 3rd. C. S. B. macRger 6r the tin Ion Dank, and wife, lelL today for .Bow In (he assembly hall on evening, Oct. ]Q, nl S o'clock. The ClcctloD of oftlccrs for the ycir will bft Ihe main business, also the report o( Lbe year just passed. Oa tYltlay evenfns o meeting of tho executive of Ihe Magrath Red Cross was held at' the homo of the president; K. -Bradshaw. Ileportg were given regarding ihe sewing-, etc., ilso arraufieinenls made for lua big luck euppcr lo be neld on Wedncs- Makes Cooking a Pleasure No bending over a hot top to reach the dampers Kootenay controls are all on the outside in 'front. And the oven thermometer shows the temper- ature without opening the oven door. This range saves fuel, tune, trouble your temper. _ Write for booklet KOOTENAY RANGE LOTOOri TOROHTO MOSTOEU. WUISIl-iq VifiCODVU ST. ;OHM. Hi. HiMILTOK CUCiST U EDHOKTOM For Sale by the TAYLOR HARDWARE CO. THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE SIR EDMUND WAIXER. C.V.O., LLD., D.C.L. P H V. F. JONES, Au'lCm'L 3V.C. BROWN. Sup'i of Ccnnl Wmrm tnnim morning lo Ills homo In Huntluglun Utah. HB has been here tor some lime visiting his daughter, Mrs. Peterson. Mrs. J. U. nlrle left on Wednesday tor Ulah where'he will visit relatives nnil attend tbo nuorlerly conference of the S. church. A most pleasant afternoon was spent on Wednesday last when Mrs. d. Healhcrshaw entertained a PITA PAID UP, RESERVE FUND. BANKING BY MAIL This Bank will open a Savings account in your none and your deposits and withdrawals can be made en< tirely by mail. Interest is allowed at the current ratai Write for particulars. _. Lethbridge Branch-- R. T, Brymner, Mgrj, Island, to remain over the holiday Monday, visiting Mrs. A Hnrvosl ThanksElvIng scfvlce is to be held In SI. Luke's church Sun- day, Oct. 7lh, HOT. hag charge of Ihla field, officJatlns. Tlio quarterly communion serrlce IB being' obssrved In the Presbyterian church, Sunday, Oct. 71 h. Wtlltam CsimmlnEg, who has been working wJIJi hJa" throslilng-macfltnp in Ihls district for the season, has Ished "and its shipping the outfit-lo Lacombo. A iiarly ot motorlala consisting of and two gen U emeu, pass- ed Ihrougb" Grassy Lake Frldiy, en roule from-Indiana, U.S.A., lo Mun son, Alberta. They crossed the line rear WIIiI Horse, Alneiia, cnmc north by way of-Foremost, followed the graded road .to .Burdett, In Grassy Lake and visited our .stores Tlioy hart been on Iho road then, three weeks, were going la travel west U Tnfccr, (hen north to (NC bridge to cross the Hvcr, (hen ncroaa country to their liorne In Munson, that bMng shorter than going by way ol Lelh bridge ind Threshing Is about finished, some erf outfits have already pulled home.' Unufiunlly early, but there ire l niichlncs In the dlntrlct, The Is Jight, and It la soon up. Take Your Birth is plOasani and far ful anil lallatibtory. Kich tub Is not a iHiiirT.iri far at cqcl Is concerned. pul one In Tpiir'hillirdo' a (liars which -will S'lffrltt you br modetatkBi.1 WalkerlHolberton 521 J. M. Hall, of llElleyburs-. liat nppplnled Junior Judge for Algoma dl Irlct. T. Dhon, of OiiL baa been appointed deputy Judge'' the county conrt of Bruce, Ont.'. BIG III FOR I RED CROSS ITcom One Qim CArrWJotiflf'nO Matralh, Oct. of Ihe bin feat limes crer In Magralh Is'befn Dlannnd -Ln'-bc held (ti Iho eneranf ball on Wcrfnoaday fiext, .TWitarln lital Brttllb Htd. ver ion ORE than two million Ford cars have been .made and sold, and more than of this vast number have been in 6, Ford. enjoys the largest sale of any motor car, because it represents the greatest motor car value. Its name -has -always stood for low and the'car has given satisfactory service, Ford '.Endurance, Ford Dependability, and Ford Dealer Service have made .the Ford car popular. Every third car in Canada today is a Ford. The judgment and decision of these satisfied Ford'' biynenf should convince you tjiat the Ford is a superior! car, and equal to your needs. Touring Runabout Coupelet WJVBKSAL CAR Sedan F. O.i FORD GARAGE Dealers, Lethbridge Z: N. SKOUSON, Raymond ;