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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 10, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta rUKSDAY, OCTOBER 10. THE LKtimniDGG DAILY HEUALP PAGE FIVE The Body-Building Power of BOVRIL I'KETTV MILITARY AT In the recent independent scientific experiments j with BOVRIL on Human Beings, reported to the British Medical Association, an amount of Bovnl proportionate to the small dark diagram section of this, circle lias been proved to.. produce, an increase in flesh and muscle cor- responding to the large light -section, showing the Body-Building Power' of Bovril to be 10 to 20 times the amount taken "it must be BOVRIL." (COS'TINUI'.I) J-'liOM FltUNT bushels par m-'iv. 'I'Jic last full "I snow 1ms done no harm liuru, while 20 per coiil. llm land Hi" been pared for liic iwxt year The Jarmem are delighted wllli '''S1' prlco of wheat, wlllcli II expected will roiu'li tliu murk. TABER Tabor, Oct. sUirt lius hccn inmli! luday In threshing, and a WB uffort Is bolus mado overcome the delay cmmi'd by the: siunv emu ruin. Mr. Shcpharcl Ims finished threshing on His "20 acres and aver- aged 45 bushels. Air. Cullaml avcr- [agoil 42 bushels, and II. lllllluck will liave u simi.'.ir yield. Until have large of oats whlcrh they nxjicicl will yield very high. Tlio iircpamtlon of lam! lor uexl year has beoa soincivlmi. delayed. However, a considerable area is unilei suinnicrfallow. BOW ISLAND Island, Oct. wet wualll- er has stooped nil threshing riiiB her" for the past week, but today tliere arc I a few that, commenced operations again. The notice from Enchant ol tnc yield on .15 acres of slubbllns In of srain can easily be beaten here, I Herman Smith on thirty acres of stub- bliiiK threshed out S'JS busliela of j wheat that wen1. No. L and he receiv- ed the sum of JWJu.OO for tile grain. Another man who has been playing in great hick Is .lack Fortune south of Bow iGlaud, who last spring purchas- ed IfiO acres of land paying the big sum of JHOO.OO for it and from 147 acres of this land he threshed 6000 bushels or grain which at the present price makes him nearly throe times what'he paid for it clear and has the land left yet, anil when we consider one-half of this grain was stubbled In and the other half on summer-fallow it seems that this sunny part of Al- herta is about the right place to stay Vegetable HE finest vegetable oils are A imported for Ivory Soap. The greatest care is used in its manu- facture. Everything is done to keep every cake of Ivory Soap up to the highest standard. Its makers have succeeded in doing this for thirty-seven years. This record should recommend it to you. S CENTS IVORY SOAP PURE FLOATS Procter Gambit Factories in Hamilton, Canada Major and Mrs. Alan Worthlngton. Hiss Korell Walker, naugluor o. Cap Mrs Walker of Cobourg. became the bride of .Major Alan of the 169th Battalion recently, the wedding beins solemnized ;n St. Peters Church, Cobourg, Ontario.__________'_____________ __ We hope to give in our next letter some more interesting facts on the1 grain nuestion in this vicinity. The weather has the appearance of staying fine from now on and the fanners will certainly make the grain go from now on. NEW DAYTON Uayton, Oct. snov. i CTOM .FHONT From' an Empire standpoint, ho said, there was reason for thankfulness in the-tle which binds the allies together instills great Struggle for" freedom. We :tbankiuHor the great British navy and for the vic- tories wh'ich Had croWiKd'-the efforts of the recent fighting. .We should be thankful from a national standpoint for the part" that Canada was taking In .the struggle, and for the fact that our homts had rested In peace, and for the prosperity which was general throughout the country. There was reason too, to be tnanK- ful in the "church life, for the work that was being carried ou amid trying times. The speaker' mentioned the- fact that it was just 31'yeara ago that day when .the first Sunday School was started in Lathbrldge by members of Knox congregation. Thero was abun- dant reason, to give thanks this year, the speaker. Westminster At Westminster. Thanksgiving and anniversary services were combined Last evening the annual anniversary dinner of the congregation was held. In his Thanksgiving sermon Sun day Rev. Mr. Francis spoke of the theme of The Harvest The harvest, he in all tilings in life, was the same as the seed sown. Those who sowed ttie wind always reaped the whirl wind. The harvest was in greater pro portions than the seed. The harvest of the crops, said Mr 'rancis, illustrated'the great principle if raitli. He went on to refer to the great crops which bail been reaped and the consequent prosperity which gave many reasons for thankfulness his year. St. Andrews At St Andrew's Mr. McNichol spoke from the text, "He has filled thee with JIB wheat." Thanksgiving was again at hand, and if we took time to consider our mercies, we could "God has not dealt thus with any -.people.-'. He spoke of the wonder- ful wealth of the resources of the soil in this country and of the mineral wealth with which It had been abun- dantly blessed- The'outlooTc-was indeed a wonderful une, but .our -'destiny was largely in our own7 hands. The evidence of God all gone and threshing will be resum- ed by the middle of this week. The Miami Funning Co. have Hires The Miami Farming Company h The Miami Farming company have threshed a half section that was stub- bled in, making 35 bushels per acre. Lee Atkins threshed 200 acres of summcrfallowed wheat which yielded 55 bushels per acre. Me also threshed 20 acres of volunteer wheat which him 32 bushels to the acre. P. Sick, jr., has Just threshed 450 acres that was stubbled in and got a yield of HO. bushels. William Scott had 100 acres ot fall plowing'threshed which went 10 bush- els to the acre. Harb Johnson, threshed .140 acres that was spring nlowed, which went have three or four threshing machines at work. They are paying as high as for the land. RAYMOND Raymond, Oct. was resumed this morning all over the country tributary to Raymond. Pour or five new outfits began operating for the first time, and three weeks of good weather wil see most of the grain threshed The recent snow storm did no damage whatsoever to the wheat as it was all in the It came through splendidly, retaining its nat- ural color. Little summer fallowing has been done yet. hut many farmers express is themselves as being determined to do considerable fall ploughing providing the weather conditions are favorable. Tliere has been a great deal of sod broken this summer, which will offset to some extent any decrease in acre- age of stubble next year. Best for Liver and Bowels Bad Breath, Bad Colds, Sour Stomach. 40 bushels to the acre. The farmers have quite hit of great reason to .be thankful. Mr. Mc- Nichol made a touching reference to the Canadian manhood fighting on the battlefields of. France for the righteous summer-fallowed ground prepared for the coming 1917-crop in this district. MAGRATH Jlagrath, Oct. all the machines in the Magrath district will Wrentham Citizens Have Suffer- ed Long and in New Elevator Being Built our own lianas. machines n e agra was on every hand, and we Indeed had be running full Mast this week if the ____t (linnlrfiil Mr. Me.- nmiHiiiipa imnrl. One of Louis weather continues good. One of Louis Felger's threshing rigs threshed Sun- day afternoon. Got a 10-ceut box. Sick headache, biliousness, tongue, head and dose clogged with a trace this to torpid liver; delayed, fermenting food in the bowels or sour gassy, stomach. Poisonous matter clogged in the in- testines instead of being cast out of the system is re-absorbed into the i blood. When, this poison reaches the delicate brain tissue it causes conges- tion and that dull, throbbing, sicken- ing headache. Cascarets immediately cleanse the stomach, remove the sour, undigested rood and foul gasses, take the excess t'ilo from the liver and carry out a.'l the rtnistivatr I r.iatl.-r pois- ons in the bou'eU. A Cascaret tonight will surely straighten you out by morning. They work whiie yon 10-cent box from your druggist means your bead clear, stomach sweet breath right, com plexion rosy and your liver and bowels regular for (From Our Ow Wrentham. Oct. Correspondent) li.-The action of ren. the Lcthbridge Hoard of Trade in try- ing to secure better train service on the Stirling division of the Lethbridge- Weyburn line should have the hearty sunnort of every fanner and business _...; __ TVifnulrll rnan along the entire line. Through a t slimmer and harvest season. Toronto, Oct. special emer- gency meeting of members of the Canadian Press Association was held here today, at which was discussed the unprecedented situation that has arisen In the cost of "news print" pa- per to Canadian newspapers. Prac- tically all the leading publishers from tho Atlantic to the Pacific were repre- sented. The situation was discovered to be j eveu more serious than had been be-] lieved. Paper manufacturers, In mark- ed contrast to their former policy, will not enter into contracts to extend be- yond the end of tills year, and publish- ers reported that nrices range from 40 to 60 per cent, in advance- of those prevailing a year or two ago, although production in Canada is something like 1 800 tons a day and only 3oO inns are used In this country, the rest Is being exported to the United States. U was admitted as probably true that, claimed by manufacturers, costs oi production are Increasing, but the amount of production was questioned. It was recognized that the really dangerous elements in the situation are the shortage in the United States and the apparent unity oi purpose of the paper manufacturers to Insist up- on radically higher prices. CITDC TED 1 LlV- SHIPPING IP A Real "Peach Cob- 10 a soggy, doughy, inedible combin- ation, but a crisp, tasty, easily-digested dish of whole wheat with peaches and cream. Cover one or more Shredded Wheat Biscuits with sliced peaches and then pour cream over them. Nothing so appetizing and satisfying and nothing so easy to prepare. BRANCH OF THE BRITISH SAILORS' RELIEF FUND FOR CANADA HAS BEEN OR- GANIZED FOR S. ALBERTA CONTIKTJED FBOM FHOST PAGE) cause. St. Mary'l exceptional yields. Louis FelgOl scrvlce. But of what use A very inspiring Thanksgiving ser- completed a quarter section of u -----._ mon was preached by Rev. Mr. Snow mer fallow that went 52 bushels per i at St. Mary's. The local lodge of the j acre practically all the grain in the at St.'.Mary's.-Tho oca oge o e acre. Practcay a e A. O. P. was in attendance, many j district was cut previous to the storm turning out Rev. Mr. Snow referred at except a few patches south of town on ,___n. iYiatoi-lal nrndnp.rHv _tr1nn Tlio Of tllC juiuK.Jn, unless complaints are In to the proper department of the Don't Worry about your digestive troubles, sick headache, tired feeling or constipation, The depression thatinduces worry is probably due to a disordered liver, anyway. Correct stomach ailments at once by promptly taking BEECHAM'S PILLS They aid digestion, regulate the bile, gently stimulate liver, purify the blood and clear the bowels of all 'waste matter. Safe, sure, speedy. Acting both as a gentle laxative and a tonic, Beecham's Pills help to Right The WronJ the ridge. The productiveness of the anil is causing some farmers, to pur- Contractor Wildeman and his men are again busy on the elevator. Unless delayed by more storm's tl.o building __.-je land formerly owned by United States investors. Cowley. Oct. winter than ready; to-.receive grain in whpat these days. The machines days. ready and willing but the weather lias J. R.- Flora V D not yet cleared The vield. according! here to look after the on his to present returns, is running high, at farm east of town TKsssfsssss. largest eievaioi ju _____. bujldmg a new ]lome anli when com- pleted he will have one of the finest homes in the vicinity. T. S. Smith is length to the-very material prosperity which-had visited Alberta this year, in comparison, to many other districts, and said the people of the pro vince had particular reason for thank- fulness .in this and in fact that the war had not touched their homes as it. had the.homqa of Europe. He referred however, to Uie sacrifices which Can- ada was maliingln the war, and re- i ferred with of hopefulness and I thankfulness to the victories which had attended the arms of the allies. First Baptist The services on Sunday were taken J.' McAllister, who Is preach-! lig in tke interests of- the American- Baptist Publication Society. He will come up from Milk River each Sunday to take the'services: until the arrival of Rev.' Br. Baker, the hew pastor. Mr. McAllister- delivered, two forcible ser- mons of "an -evangelical nature on Sunday. He spoke particularly of the need of giving thanks for the great prosperity which had visited the coun- try this, year.'- St. Auguetin's Rev. Canon Murrel-Wright preached harvest liome sermons at both ser- vices Sunday. He emphasized the fact that the greatest thing Canada had to be thankful for today was not' so much the great material prosperity as the spiritual ideal that had permeated the empire; great, spiritual force which made it possible for Canada to rise-'and..offer tho sacrifice she had made In the War for the cause of right. It was to be thankful fad- tor that Canada as a .nation had prov- has thin. ueauti tying the hair Danderine dissolves ev road. A local board of trade or aomc similar organization of the residents of this vicinity could help considerable by supporting the Lethbridge Board in their efforts. the witness. Tee jurors therefore dis- regarded it. Capt. Hardy, who answered the am- iHiltYiice call, stated that on the way to the hospital Mrs. Davis appeared to be quite rational. He had asked her tile cause. She said she was sweep- fing in front of the stove and her dress 'caught fire. Chief Hardy was also called and save evidence concerning the first aid he had effected on his arrival on the scene. He said he had found no suggestion of anyone with any ulterior motive being in the block at the time of the accident. j The jury then brought in Try Thii! DOUBLE ITS BEMITf has been haul- j that her from e a car of lumber to his farm uuril.g shock caused by having been acu- g a car 01 in by her clothes iguit- (CONTINUED Many U. Newport, Oct. 3oats Operating INU.I.U.L, n.-Tke executive officers of the United States destroyer Dravton stated upon arrival around o'clock this morning that the cap- tain of the Nantucket lightship had ree German he had seen three German submarines operating or. the shoals, and that, nine steamers all told had The hostile submarine is believed to he the U-53, which paid a call at Newport yesterday and disappeared at sunset. Some naval men, however, de- clared that at least two submarines are operating close to the American shore, though outside the three-mile limit. MR. LAVERGNE SAYS OFFERED SEAT IN BORDEN CABINET A Branch for Southern Alberta of the British Sailors' Relief Fund hns been organized tor Southern Alberta for the purpose of showing to a small extent the appreciation of the people towards the grand work done by the men of the uavy and merchant marine. The Idea ot the fund Is to provide for the large number of widows and sick and orphans of the brave seamen who have given their lives for the pro- tection of not only the British coast, but Canada an well. The men of. the uavy have accomplished great things for Britain and Canada. Through their continual watchfulness- all our ships have crossed the ocean with troops In an unbroken line. Our grain, and merchandise has gone forward to pro- vide food, clothing and munitions- for t-ii! large trmy, and without the ser- vices ol1 the Navy this could not havo been accomplished'. The Committee have agreed 'to raise, at least in Southern Alberta and earnestly nope that .all who are asked to assist will dp so all once as they wish to report to head-i quarters on October 21st, the anni- versary of the battle of Trafalgar, when Britain became mistress of seas. Mayor Hardle will receive con- tributions. planning on building a new house, and already has the lumber on the ground. The Misses Lloyd and Dunsworth attended the teachers' convention at Lethbridge this week. Theodore Roilag came up last Tues- day from Chinook, Montana, and will spend a few weeks visiting his broth Hair Gets Thick, Glosty, I ers, Halvor and John.' ____ Wavy and Beautiful at Once. Yes! Certain? that's i the joy of it. Your hair becomes light, wavy fluffy, abundant and appears as soft lustrous and beautiful as a young cirl's after a Danderine hair cleanse. Just try a cloth with a little Danderine and carefully draw it through your hair taking one small strand at'a time. This will cleanse the hair of dust, dirt or excessive oil, and in just a few moments you have doub- led the beauty of your hair. A delight- ful surprise awaits those whose hair the empire 4nd of the'allied nations, had preferred to dishonor. Christian Church In the''.Christian church sermons were preached by Rev M B Ryan supt missions for Alberto He dwelt.-on Thanksgiving themes, and also on the work of the Bible society. He delivered two strong addresses special Thanksgiving services yc ery particle of dandruff; cleanses pur, tfies and invigorates the scalp, for- ever stopping itching and falling hair. but what will please you most wlllbo after a few week's use when you see now fine and downy at but really now hair growiiiK all 6 (i acalp. If you; for pretty. soft hair, and lots of It surely set; a so a, 25 cent bottle of Knowlton's Dander- MAY GEI1EAI ing from an open gas stove. the jury, wouUl recommend .that the use of open gas stoves of this nature lie condemned." ,........DOS'TTl MCE3 IF CHILD S TOME IS COATED If Cross, Feverish, Sick, Bilious, Clean Little Liver and Bowels. James Edward Roberts, President of the Dominion of Canada Guarantee Preferred Liberty, He Accident Insurance Company, Canada Not Concerned in Warv j Ltd., who for .many years baa been (recognized as one of the foremost an- horities on Insurance, died in Toron- St Remi, P. people attended the demonstration here yes- terday by Mr. Roch Lanctrot, M.P- for Laprairie and Napiervllle. Mr. Armand Lavergne. and Sir. Tancrede Marsil. The principal speech was delivered by Mr Laversiu, who thai he 1-s.d been ottered a prof folio m -th-i Borden government before either Mr. Blondta or Mr. were Min- isters, and ho had mii.sed "becauso i he chsrisli'Jil bis liberty more t.ian any-tiring else, and bcciueo he d not wish to barter for. ho.iors. the. his friends had put in him." Mr. Lavergne said that all.the poli- ticians said'they were opposed to con- scription but that.he was not, if Messrs. Borden, Laurier and others Word comes to the Herald that these is another contestant in the race for the world's record in wheat yield, and tliat is tho Dnke ot Sutherland's estate near Brooks, where it is stated that a yield of 60 bushels to, the acre is be- ing secured. The estate has a large crop of wheat this year. C. S. Noble resumed threshing yes terday and has to date threshed 707.64 acres. The average oil this is 51.35 bushels, there being a total yield ot on the 707 acres. Mr. Noble expects to tinish threshing on his 1600 A laxative today saves a sick child I tomorrow. Children simply will not take the time from play to empty their bowels, which become clogged up with waste, liver gets sluggish, stom- ach sour Look at. the tongue, mother! If coat- ed or lour child is cross rev erish. breath bad, restless, doesn't eat heartily full of fold or has sore throat or any other children a ail tea" essrs. o, were telling the truth when claiming that Canada was in danger. "Let us all go and fight, if such is the he "But it is not, and Mr. Cas- ment give 'a teaspoonful ot "Californ- ia Sirup of FIBS, then dont worrs because it is pel fectly crmlcss and in a'few hours all this constipation poison sour bile and tormenting waste will gentlj move out of the bowels, and you have a well playtul child again A thorough Inside cleans ing is oftimcs all that Is necessary It should be the first tieatment given in any sicKne s Ileware of counterfeit fig syrups Ask your druggist for a W cent botlli. of California Ssrup of frigs which has full directions for babies, children of all ages and for gronnnps plainly printed on the bottle look caieflillj grain jokes 'when he'sajs tint Can ;irst line of defence Is in Flan- Mi Lavergne said he was in faior of militarism he wanted all Canadians to knov, nov, to fight because thev would need to be in the neai future Conscription he said exists accord ing to our law and if today the Gov ernor rciuesti all men ftp tween 18 and 61) sears ot age would Mr Lavergno ended by ..telling his hearers that their duty was to remain Ht home Let them hang me t( mor fm anvlng it he said but what I say will be true Just the same At the autumn meeting pt Sen- ate of K..O. college Toronto it was decided to confer the degree ot Doc lor of Divinity (in absentia) on Rev rol U imam Beattie C M O of Co hours Ont in upknoft lodgement of nrlnted on the bottle i ook caieiiins uuurg see that it 11 made hj the Call I his work Imong tho Canadian troops Cornh Syrup (.omnanj I on tht firing line. Adds to the Joy of Living-- it isirl alone the deliriously sweet nut-like taste of Grape- Nuts that has made the food fa- mous, though taste makes first appeal, and goes a long way. But with the zestful flavor tliere is in Grape-Nuts the entire uitrimenl of finest wheat aud barley. And this includes the rich mineral elements of the necessary for vigorous joy of life. Every table should have its daih ration of Grape-Nuts "There's a Reason" Canadian Postnm Cereal WinuiorfOnU J_ ;