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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 9, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta FACE EIGHT IHE LETIIBBHXJE ilF.IULl) TUESDAY. OCTOBER 9, 1017 Women's Organizations Ask Probe of Milk Prices Once more the old-troubled ques- tion ot the prices belns charged jor intlk In the clly up for The msller was brougbt lo a hrnd this morning al the- clly council Mrs. Robinson. Mrs. J. N. BHchle. Sirs. Stirnc-s and ilUs Tllley walled on the council as a delegation from Ihe Local Council ot.-Women" to present Ih'e follow lap resolution: "Whereas we. Ihe Sir Gall Chaulcr 1. 0, D. E. are resolved tbat an Investigation into Ihe recent advance In prices ol milk is neces- sary, wo Ihe mayor, (he president cf the ol hoallh and Iho president ot the board ol trade to look Into the mailer and. it'necessary, lo call a public meellns to' discuss It." Tho delegation explained lhat the Local Council o( Women has received and endorsed this resolution which had already been endorsed by tbe fot- lowins societies: Knoi Ladles' Aid. Knoi Missionary Society. Wesley Ladles Aid, Wesley Missionary Soc- iety. Women's Civic Club. CiT. I.'., Nursing Mission Board. Sir Alexander Gall Chapter i: O- I> E an.i SI. AugasUn's W. A. Mrs. HoblpsoD presented the reso- Imion, solnlins out the need o( resu- Jatlon of the prices of milk as ucll Bs" tlic inspection r.s lo quality- U iris EtronKly Intimated tliat loo lauch ic? crcaiu Is being made, and that' this has resulted In Hie high of m ceuts per hundred. He thought ihe Increate reasonable, but ha was not sure, that the dairies which are relallinj; IbB mill: were not mat- Ing loo high A profU Mayor Kardle pointed out that Ihe city council had tried at one lima to brobe tho bread question but had not Ihe power to proceed very Jar. He thought this was much the same kind of question, and all the city could do nould be to write a llrcns letter lo rood Conlroller Hanna seeing forlh Local conoltloDS and asking him lo Investigate. This satisfied the dele- Eauc'i. which intimated that it mljhl hive other malleis to bring before the council at a later dale. District News FERNIE (From the Free Press) A. Kltuer has purchased Ernest Estabroofce's new McLaughlin car. Mr. Eastabrooke and family will snorl- Iv leave Natal .'or Alaska. Ceo. Frederick Machaii. a switch- man employed in the C.P.n. yards al Crow's N'esl, was fatally injured when struck by a yard engine early oa .Mon- day morning' His back was broken Jirice of Duller. The slalement was j 8nd although rushed 10 the hospital made that '2W gallon of Ice cream j et Coleman, he died three hours laler. are shipped from Ihe city ilaily- Mrs. Bobinson also pointed out that many The body was broughl to Ferale. tere the-funeral took place from the Jamllies are keeping cows at present j church of F-ngland on Wednesday, anil are supplying neighbors. There j Deceased leaves a widow lo mourn his death. The medical board for this district as renulred by the Military Service act-has established itself In the court house this week and Is comprised ol Capi.' Urqunarl, M.D.T of Vancouver. _________ __ _ _ Dr. Corsan. ot ihla city and Capt. Wat- psr hundred for Ilieir nillb from, the j son; M.D, recently returned Irom Sal dairy concerns. This is .an increase onika. To dale Ihirly-lwo boys have ap- peared for medical examination, of I which seventeen have qualified lor i-class A. 12 to Classes B and C. while are about 300 cows In the city from which supplies are d.rawn. The num- ber will be decreased in Die winter dn'd the rails situation will be greatly aggravated. Commissioner Freeman stated tna! the farmers are now" receiving BEST UBKlffi FOR.. m m BOILS Don't Slay Constlpatetf, ail- r: jous, With Breath Siri or Stomach Sour. Xft ndtls how bad yoiif I'rer, stomach cr towels; how. much your head Eches, how miserable uncomforl- atle you are from a cold, consiipallon, biliousness aad slugEish bo-R-ela -voy alivays eel rellel CascaroU. --Dda't let your liver anfl Ton Take .baEcarcls tontgliL; put an end to the h'cadschey biliousnes.s, dlzalness. per, Tousness, slcfe, sour, gassy stomach. had cold, .offensive breath and all other distress; cleanse joiir (aside organs of all the bile, eases and conI. A. Deale announcing tbe death ot "Ed- rard Klwell at Stratford-on-Avon, England, on 30th- September, from ia. Mr. Rtwell born in England in 1B73. Coming to Briliah Columbia in 1S96 on. a 'prospecUng trip, he seltled .In Port Steele'and a year lalcr accepted a position In government office. In 1899 he enter- ed into a partnership with.M.. A. lleale in the realty and insurance business and a -member" of the firm of Beale ElTrcll al the time of his death. He went to England In November, 1913 on a'few months' -holi- day trip to join had preceded him by a few months, and was arranging to return to Cranbrook in August, 1914 nut on the declaration of war he decided It was his duly lo remain with his family and entered the service of Lloyd's bank at War- OFP3J16 Citr Wilh'PopuUlion of 943g_-Populiilian of Oibir Tho Alberla' census llgurca lor uhlch hare ]us! been publlihed ID bulletin foroi. Ihe federal constituency ol Lethbrldgc lo have a population made up of and females. Mac- leod constituency bns a population of 33.ES3; Medlcice Hal, and Bow River. The City of- I.ethbrldte's popula. tlon was made np of 1SJ6 males and females. The 1916-populaliou of Southern Alberta lowns-Is as Blair- more, 1219; Don- Islnntl, 320; Cards- ton, 1310; CarmacEay, 332; Clares- holm, 6S7; Coloman. Granura, 292; High River, 1.IS2; Macleod, Magralh, 935; Nintofc, 5JO; Plnohsr Creek, 1.0I6; navraond, Taher, 1.112. Fopulallon of villages Is recorded as follows: Barons, 1S4; Dlacfcle, 1S5; Bow City, 2S: Bnrdcll. 95; Champion. 235; Coalhurst, 742: Com merce, ?12; Cowley. 113, Diamond Clly, H7; Frank, 622; Grassy Lake 1S5; Monarch. 100: Mountain 99; Pincher Clly. 91- Rcllaw. 107; Sllrllng. 204; Vulcan, 1SS; Warner, 310. In the i.ethuflage federal eonslll uency the Improved Is reported tc- bo acres nud the unlm proved land 105.11'J acres. Tho1 mini ber of farms Is of the uatmprov cd land. j Is, forest, CSS.GIS prairie, ami marsh or waste In the Macleod constituency Ihe fig ures are.: farms, S65.922 acres Improved; acres unlmprov ed. made up of 13C.3J7 forcsl, prairie, and marsh or .waste- For Medicine Hal constituency S.35S farms; acres. Improv DISSOLVE IT WYOIPTB Tfcat't the wijr to take the NotfalOi- rqiut It Mr. Fre for red Hloi of with asthma foe And although I tried many only remedy thit us me relief froa tfaU dJslrrtilnj allMcnl." The victory of Prps Mlhma due to the 'fact (hat If thtrcfore o( teachlnc all the minute air which ordinary remccHrs, thai so ttomach, caat.ut This treatment is also the hcct for coDctu. coldc, CJtirrfa, broa chitlf, Uryujitli and all other affections of the throat and AU dealers or Pepa Co, Me box, 3 lot f US. ed; acres made John Branson, up of 'acres' ioresi, ili5 Tip bad died in a private hospital In, Lelhbrldge, nfler about twenty-sir days' Illness. During (heso days many gltls of Hovers liad shown the sym- pathy or friends whilst a lovely lectlen of roses bespoke (he regard o[ his school chums for Waldoma, their fourteeh-ycnr-olil comrade. Tbe funeral servlco was conducted at the home, southeast of Relluw, on Saturday, September 22, by the Iccal Percy llalstead..There was a large aud sympathetic gattfer- ing of relations and friends. Favorite hymns of the deceased were sung; and In the funeral address tho minister referred to the closing days oE Wai- dema's life about which ho was nhle to speak personally, as lie had visited the deceased ofteus during the time he liad been In Lelhbrldse. Night Constable Ilobcrts has re- signed.-. One of Tiber's old timers passed away on Wednesday In the person of John Branson. Mr. Evanson had acres of prairie, and 117.S9S acres of marsh' or waste.? In Lethbridse there irere reported to1 dwellings and families; .-Macleod; i.r22 dwellings and families; Medi- cine Hal, 11.025 .dwellfnes and 350 families. Tbe cumber of "'horses and mulcB on farms in 1916 was: Lethbrldge, ruulee, "516, Macleod: horses; mules, 395, value.! -Medicine -Hat: horses, value 565 mules, value Presbyterian church at has' pasioral charge'or at" Mlnto, Jlarparet and Brownlea, Manf- toha. The membera .pt- Bellevue local union met-on Sund ed lo se j last and present- Robert Levitt, wlcfc. Mr. Edwell.was a .member of the Masonic order, a past master of Cranhrook lodge and'In 1909 he waa the district'deputy grand master. On Monday, before his Honor Judge Thompson, Huasel Beeman was charg- ed with'two o fie nee 3 against a girl between the ages of fourteen and six- teen. W. A. Nlsbett appeared "for the prosecution and 0. J. Spr6ull for the efence. Al the.preliminary, trial the rlsoner was only charged With the econd offence and admitted IL ,Thls as corroborallon as required by the ode. The erldence, however, showed hat previous offences had fatten' place nd Ibis proved the girl was not ol revlously chaste The was therefore acquitted on his charge for this reason. The prls- ner was found not jjollty of the first large as there was no corrobn ration f the glrVs Ills honor In rdcilng the prisoner to be rtlscbarg- d7 .stated that It was the worst case f which he1 ever had experience lib PI at the bar or on the tbe accused was undoubtedly of the offences as charged.but wing to the law as 11 now stood he was compelled lo acquit. Ihe prisoner. t was a glaring Instance of the heed f the amendment of.section 211 of he criminal code. The fnll.nwtDK appolnttnenls wen made by hta honor Judge Thomp- on lo act as alternates under the Service act: CranbrooX, C. L TbJllpg, merchant or Cranbtooltj Fernle, AteX- Murray, rincher of Wlndermcre, J. II, Quarlly, estate manager, of Wasa; Golden, 2rlc G. Erlcltson, railway eol, of Inrermere, _ a gold watch in his good Tho oufsfde men also presented him with a beautiful travel- ling bag. Mr. Lcavill, In his remarks, assured ihemUh'at he'alwaya would ready lo do anything he couW to help (aem. He (eft for Calgary on Sun- day nlghl, where he enters upon new Jutlea as Inlernsttional member. CROWS' NKST PASS (Blalrmore Enlcrprlae) Through the carelessness o[ some laTllcs In allowing dynairillo caps (o lecomc Btrown around near where a grave had been dug In Ihe nlalrmoro cemelerir lasL week, Wlllrld, Ihe IIUlo Ibrec-rearold son of Mr.. and Mrs. Paul Thlbadeiu, came near losing bl.i lire.'', Several imall children, 11 fftmi, MS visnecl the and coming acro.aa the caps gathered up all court find of them, sharing between them. Wilfrid on Saturday everting hit one of the ctp! vlth a hammer, with Ihe result thai Mi 'ace and part ol'Ms body iris sinftly liberated. The doctor itas Immediately E td mi from the manner In which the Ilille one was covered In blood It looked as though Ilille hope for hla rccoTerj' Vould be Illj oondlllon, however, his rery much Improved nnd danger ha'a now pasted. The llttld will be very, nfych dlfl. i ngurerl an a result of the accident.. .M. Chalfliert, B.A., COUTTS (From the Sweet Grais Advocate) J..D. Jtedhurat surprised hia friends when ho returned from a.short trip north Tflth a bride. All Join wUh. tbe Advocate In wishing Ibem a IODE and happj- married life. Lillian Sammoni ha3 gone to Jier hoine at St. Kllda (roTh.the'Crilg hos- pital much improved In health. J. B. Gallerhar returned home from the north Wedncsdiy and reports thai he bought a farm near Calgary where ho Iniends moving In about a week. Miss Moscr, otr Melroae, Minn spent a few days list week with Jfr and Mrs. Ed. Morisell. Mrs. A. P. White and Hlllo ion an visiting al the J. B. Dallerhar home L.-C. Bowers.left [or Chicago'Wed nesrlay. tor the': 'J.chime3 wedding bells" In the distance. C. C. Hausklns lelt Monday (o points noulh. He cxpecta to be son six or eight weeks. A number from Jicre attended th funeral of Mary, Infant daughter B. R. Kennedy, on Tuesday. The United Qraui Growers' com pany Is. erecting a fine, large rcaldenc for their agent, I. W. Ihme. This wl make a big Improvement.' TABER (From the TImea) Gordon Tollon met wllh a paJnf accident ,on Tuesday while playln baseball. He was standing lo close when one of hie companions wa at'bal ind when he struck al the ba bat hit roung ToJtorf, breaking h now, Qeo. Gray, the popular LI reclRneA Mr, position .o1 Ing Lo 111 health, Mr. (Jray haa be agent here for (he past five years m has been a j'alnataklng ofldil. will aerer Ms connection with t! comprfny in aljout .two It fj undcrBtood that Mr, Gray will remain In Taber. Lloyd Cooh, the well known player( met, with an Accident on Mori- morning which U' Is a not kill He wnfl bacVlnp lip olu age ot 73 has been a resident the district for over ten years. IIo .5-a native oC Iceland. He Is survived by his son. hn Evan Evansoti, at Taber, and ree .step-daughters, and one si Combined Genius of U. S. Evolves Truck That Will Surpass All Others Lima. Ohio, Oct. drat Lib- erty motor Irucfc for Iho Elates army, tbe product Ihe El ruolor truck dcsigncra ot tho 4uuntry. and Iho combined genius ot twelve motor truck plant3 and sixty-two automobile laclcxles completed hero today at a local manufacturing plant. Tho elaudarJIzlne machine, of wlilc-i copies will be turned out In (ho first half ot 191S for Jfae army. Is aald tw rciircsent ILo iw tlon ot nutotnobilo dovclopmcnt. Us motor power Is derived frosi the new Liberty motor, recently per- fected il-Wishlugion by war depart meat eiperls. Following teat at the factory, probably lato this week, the truck -ftIII Etart on a'n endurance tui to tho east.. The first'Liberty motor iruok wa built In the greatest secrecy to pro- tect It from enemy eyes. A buJlcHac without, windows and llehted only by ekyllfilils housedUue truck durlm the Ihreo weeks of Its constructloi The plant was closely guarded by armed men nlfilit And day. Aa an added prfcautlon, a second iruck was assembled In Vn eastern :lty. Aa each part complete! lere ,a .duplicate was dlsualeoed to northern New town, where mechanics assembled a.second mach Ine. Ihe'parts were sniflll, they were sent by registered mall. It too big to ship that way, trusted mecaaalcs carried In MI persoiially-' by' train. Similar prccauLlons eurrounded part luanuracLurcd In the slity odd fac Lories thai contributed to the mach Ine. As each part was completed, I was dispatched to, Lima in. cliarfo o au army .representative, wbo kep factory orflclals Ihrornied of hla pro- gress by telegraph. one compan; knows the com pic I o design or wha companies made .other parls. f Rev! 0. E. Hutlcdge, paslor ot Ox Cord Street Baptist church, Wooa American urlTtd '01 Bui- liy trom lUly. It It uld TMMI be war zoug, and1 that her nera ahelled the undertea'. 4ntt vlth ho mult (hit after a.frr they icattn-M ind A. 0. M.F. t appointed a member tkA nll< 'ay commission. to feel Freshandfit pjust keep y oar ach vtOftywu livo- the bowels Uood pure. Your physical condition depends on the health of these organs. When anything goes w 4 a few of Betcbam'i-PUts and avoid aw serious iUnesa. i They are a fine corractive and j tonic for the systiim, and a great help fa maintaining good htalth. A box will prove the' remedial value of nus Ui'--- lf Haul Gram and Work Your rarm at mm Cost AVc have a Tew Staudc Mak-A-Tractor Attachments for Ford Cars. For Sale at each, f. o. b; LethbriAge. The repnlar price is I _ ORDERS, ACCOMPANIED WITH DEPOSIT, BOOKED IN TURN AS RECEIVED. _" LETHBRIDGE MOTORS LTD. ELEVENTH STREET SOUTH the engine to hitch on io tho ttftrt- lor at the (arm when the brake did not irork quick enough and he wsa caught tatween tho..enfflne and.aep' aralor. He had a 'finger broken and one leg brutaed. and when his. birc Carl Cook out to the.out- nt he was unconscious. FoiUinitaiy: outride of "a finger and, 0er.' ertl brulsti, he wis not othenrlie hprt. fl jran wHh a surprise arid received In Retliii' Hen- Ice Always Enjoyable and Admittedly Healthy Ice Cream, unlike most of, tlie things we enjoy, is a really healthful thing to eat; It is one of that is really good-for us. value of Ice Cream is very Iiigli--it in on the diet list of even the most delicately con- Is a food for every age. CarlyJe Ice Cream is REAL, Cream. It Is ifriade of pure unadulterated cream and v- ored with (he juice of fresh fniits. The let, (Jream we sell IS as jiure as it can notably, be niade, It is niiule under condi- rival