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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 10, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE SC LETHBRlWp DAIljY HERALD WEDNESDAY, OCTOIiKH 10, Ifll7 You tiiay want to change your automobile, or your piano, Or even your home- but you will never want to change the COFFEE, when once you taste the delectable flavour of Chase Sanborn's "SEAL BRAND" COFFEE. ID K. I and 2 pjurid UK. fioe J Icr Never so'd in bulk. NEWMGETS II LOOK-IN BY Mrs. J. C. McKee has kindly dontl- td fb the Red Cross a handsome hand-made llcen .centre and this is Icing of by a guess- ing contest on a jar of beans which irlll be" displayed ia lue irludoiys of the Hudson Bay Co. Ticiels for this guessing conies! may be purchased Ironi ihe Hudson nay Co. or from Mrs. MrKco after tomorrow after- noon. The contest ivIlUrun for ten days. Tbere will be 350 tickets dis- posed, of. DADT'C THFLO tn Five ftl.'ntjlas! No Hrart: burn or Any Stomach Misery. Sour, sassy, upset stomach, iQdis- tlou, dyspepsia; when the food into gases aci stirbliorh Jumps; ''j-our head, and Vancouver, Ocl. C. JfcVfly, vice-president al the British Columbia federation of labor and president Ihe Vancouver Trades and Labor Council, was selected as labor candi- date to contest Vancouver South, at, a meeting held last night. W. tl. Mldgeley. vice president of (he federation and business agent of the Vancouver Trades and Lnnor Council, was selected as candidate In the constituency ot Burrard. Tnero was much enthusiasm and labor is pledged to support both candidates Yancouyer, Oet. Great War Veterans' association last Dlgnt decld ed-to place candidates' in tbe field-t( contest the federal.ridings.of Burrard Mapepsln. it makes all stomach mis- err ranifL ip I minutes. It your sto'miicji Is In a .continuous revolt If yoii 'can't 'get" It resulated, please, for your save, try Pape's Dla- pepsia so needless [o have e. bad stomach male your nest meal. a favorite food meal, then lake' a-liltle Diapepsin. There .will not be anydls- eal vf ithout fear. It's Pjipe's Diapepsln "really ie'Eu- late weak, ont-ot that gives it Its millions rof sales annually.' 1 GeVm C9W.q[ Papa's -Dlapcpain frOEi the quickest, snretl-fitomacli" rellel and euro It acts almost like magio. a scientific, harmless "mhd ich pleasant stomach '-preparation, which "Lruly.belongs in" every (COS'TI.VOED t-BOM FtOXT reached second. Zimmerman up: strike one; ball one; stvlke 7.1m- scratched ail Infield lilt. U lo third. Flelchcr uji; ball one; foul strike oue; FJelcBer forced niMUian. MeMullen to Edlo Collins. runs. One hll. Owe error. Second Inning First half: Felsch up; ball, one; strike one; Velscb. fouled ,oul. to Holke. up; ball one; Weaver ___IK a Elngto over shorlslop. .Sch up; Mil one; lull sirfSB Weaver slole second. (The umpire had called hiui out but Ihen discover- ed that Fletcher had dropped the ball) Ball three; KchalS flied gut to Kurns. Xo runs. One ML. One error. Second naif: Itoberlson up; son singled over second. Holke i Collins took Uolke's grounder and touched ItoberUou on the line. Holke beias safe al tint. Kerhleu up; ball one; ball two; strike three; Martden singled overf.secoud, Holke going lo tliird. Benton up; the stands were Ju an uproar. The.Chi- cago Infield-played In. the grass. enlon flied to Kelsch, but Koike held third on Ihe Ihrow lo lhc plate though liarldei) went lo second Burns up; sUlke one; strike two; bal one; foul; ball two; Burns struck out, for Ihe second time." No-runs. Tivo blls. Xo errors. Third Inning Firsl half: CIcolle up; he WBS varmly applauded by tfie crowd Additional Classified Ads. SITUATIONS WANTED you feel" sick" anij miserable, that's t and South Vancouver. Another meet 1 "m you 'realize (ho majic in Pape's ling is lo be held shortly when there Is a- possibility they will also will pu a candidate In Vancouver Centre. For Burrard ihe association selected PrI- vale David Laushman, provincial pre- sident ol the association, and for South Vancouver, Major Cooper, who is the officer, commanding tho Shaugh.- ncssy.imliliry hospital. The. press was not admitted to the meeting. Gall Stones REMOVED !N 24 HOURS with two year ol( child wants a position. Neat platu coofc. I'fione R704 rfr applf UU 3rd Are. N. ;..2jU-i as cook" i farm. For bachelor or tvo or thrco men. Hare small boy four years old Applj- Box 41, Herald, Lethbrid'ge., WITHOUT ANY. PAIN'-WHATEVER INDIQESTIQN} Stoinaeli and Llrer AVp'sndlcJlia, Peritonitis, and Kidney Stones are'often caused bj Gall which la a. dangerous complaint ai.d misleads persons to be- lieve that they haye stomach trouble chronic dyspepsia and Indigestion, un- til, those bad altacta of Gall Stone Colic appear, then they realize what ia Ninety 'eYeiyi hundred persons -who have Gall Stones l dbn't know It. 'Procure today aod arold an operation. Can lit obtained at JACKSON CO., Lethtrldge, Alberta j. W. MARLATT i CO., Ml Ontario" St., Toronto, OnL man and .wife ivitb otic small child wish position on farm as manager, or wor-king fcireman Good hand with men. Write at 'onci J. Alton, Windsor Hotel. CJly. 254-' and wife wisiPpOEl lion OD farm. Capable of taking charg IT no other woman, Is preferred. Ap- ply 3rd Are. S, or Box 19, Her aid. ____________'..' 253- man wants poiT Uon as foreman on raucti, or'-.wouli go.mil on grain or stock owners .jiro Leaving during t take 'charge. Would coninjeiict' med.atelr. Apply" 319 5tli Are. S. 253 WANTED TO rent n. house close in, by youag couple, no ftrolly ro3session desired Xov. I: Phone.lSS or Boi Herald. t? WANTED TO [arm on shares, by expcrionced farn er from Ihe Slates. Between.. Leth bridge and Calgary'- prelerrcU. D., 1219 5th Ave. A. S-" 253- FOR SALE RAWl LAMBS Dropped March 1st, from Full Ulood Komncys anrt Kainboullel in head, Lota Carload LoU of 1O or leu t. O. B, LETHBRIOOE ANY TIME the belt stuff ever brtd In Canada, from 'Frlico World Exhibition Prize VWnnen. Bred eipcelalry for the weclern keeping both wool and mutton qualities and constitution In tlynt, i CALL OR WRITE R. C HARVEY Ill .FIFTH STREET.SOUTH, LETKBRIDQE rlke 0110; Clcqlkv scut up a hlffa oul lo llarldon. John Cotllua up'; ne; Ioul alrlte cno; ball fojiucii Johu Coliiu'a .hlsh Imiueruiau ounder and KOI his tyau nt first. Me- Uulleu foul strive tirldcu Doubled XlfMullens foul. No ins. Mo Mlf." Ono ehor. Second half: llertos up; ball oue; trlXo one; slrike two; ball two; elm cautioned ihe Chicago beufU for llerzos Uuued. Kautf one; Uentou. took Sehalk's grounder' Tnn over and on the link Clralte uu; bill one; ball two; foul strike two; tiall tUrro; Ctirolle struck out, nnd Schalk xvas'joaoled trying to steal, Ilerldcn lo llenoc. Xo runs. -One hit. errors. Second half1: X.luuaerinau up; strike cue; SJiiumermau lined but to Kddle 'f, PlelcLer uu; ball one; John s had to coiuo In lo lake. Kletch- fly. Ttoberuon up; Robertson p. J. Collins dropped Kiull's lone: slntlcd throujti the box, his third hit ly and the batter reached sccouti. It i-as JO'.IQ .Colltus1 .second error on Zlmuicriuau UD: Weaver throw ut Zimmerman, .Knult to.thlrJ. 'letcher uu; ball one; bsll two; foul trISo oue; Eddie Collins out "lelcher at lirsl. cutting what NOTICE Notice Is hereby given lhat the Vot- ers' Usl for the Clly of and school district for the year 1917-18 Is now posted al tbe following -places, (a lue city, viz.: The Clly Clerk's 7lh 31. South. The Cltr Assessor's 7lh Street Sonth. The Labor 7lh Sl'reet Eouth. The Clly Car Sired.S. A. Williamson'! I3lh St. North. J. I'lalio's Appllcatlgps for amendment lo ihe laid Hit must be made, to Ibe Criy Clerk, on or uefore the 25lh dar'of Oclober. This voters' Hat "does not Include, tenants, and all who claim (o vote as tenants must make application on the form provided. Forms, are provided for Ibis purpose where Ihe above mentioned llsls are posted. A.. DUFF, Ad O. Cllr (Jlcrk. eemed n certain hit. runs. No Ita. One error. 1 Fourth Innlna First hall: Eddie. Culllni up; Btrlfco no; ZlianirniMa'fciioclicd down Eddie Collm's grounder and then lilni Ul- Jacksou up; Flelchcr went over behind Bculon lo aVe Jackson's groundrr threw ils man out at first. Kclscfi up; ball ;ne; Felsch slnglei] Zimmerman. Jsniill up; Tloberlson ran over lo thor vail nnd look Oaudll's fly. It. looked s though Iho ball WES EoliE into Iho Erandslnnd for a homo run. No runs. )nc hit. No errors- Second half: Robertson up; TJobert- drovo a long lilt to right centre for hree bases. The Giants supporters rocied Ihe stand Kith cheers. It us Rolierlson's second hit. Holko up; slrlke one; RoberUon scored on U dike's hit to leit for a two baiser. narldcn up; Rarlden sacrinced, Cl ;olle to Gandll, 'Holke moving, oli to .bird, llenlon up: the Chicago infield came In; strike two; Den- fanned ou three pitched balls Rums up; foul strike one; ball doe; jail two; ball throe; llolkb ec'ored vhen Burns gol An Infield hit which Icotlc took and ihrcw wlldiv tlrsl base, Uuras going to second. Her- zog up; Herzog tiled out 'lo Gandll. Two runs. Three'hits.-One error." Fifth' Inning First bait: Weaver up; strike one; strike two; bill brie; ball two; Flelch- cr Ihrew out Weaver at first ijchalk up; slrike one; Benlon was pushing a nice game. He hail Eood coiilrol and fine speed; strike two; Schalk struck nut, but Raridc-n had to throw his man out at first. Clcolte up, slrlke two; Glcotle'was another strike out victim. No runs. No nils. No er- rors. Second up; strike one; Kaulf Illeil lo Schalk; Zimmermaji up; Zimmerman hit n long fly U Felsch. Fletcher up; ball -one; foul slrlke one: slrike two; Flclcher fan ned." No runs. No hits. Xo-crrora. Siy.th Iniiing J First half: John Collins1 up; ball one; John Colllns'wcnt the Flelcher-lloike rpnlc. McMullen up; hall one; ioul strike otic; foul strlka two; ball two; Bch'tpn knocked down >lcMullea's "gromidFr and man oul. strik one; i font But falls, No errors. .Second half: Robertson sent up 'a high1 fly to FelEch jud saV down. Holke up; strlkejjne; fpnljBtrlke beat the'alr tire'linfea back to the bench; Rarlflfen' Col lins did not have to eel Ilarl den's.cjoiinder and'tlnrew. him out'n first" base: No run's; No errors.-" iyl 1 Seventh Inning First half: Jackson ;up; ball one; Blrlko one; ball two; foul.strike two; HerzoK tossed Jackson, put 'at' first Felsch b'ali '.two; slriki one; slrike two; ball. Ihree; Felsch fanned. The Ihlrd s'lrike cut the'hear of the piale. Gandil up; ball one; Zlii) took Gandll'B. grounder ari brew him out. No iruns. No .ills. No irrora. Second half: Benton slrlk one; foul elrlke two; Benlon tanned Burns up; ball one; foul.slrlke one slrike Iwo; ball two; tnree Weaver threw out Burns. Herzog up llerzog got a Texas.Leaguer over >ec ond. Kauff up; ball filrlk one; Kauft [lied oul lo Felsch. runs. One hit Xo errors. I. Eighth Inning _FlrsL half: Weaver.'np; Weaver'gd a two bagger to left.'Schalk up; airlk Ifolke up; ball oue; ball two; foul Mrike one; ball Ihrco; iwo; UoLerlson stole secoqU; foul; Ilolkc fanned. Xo Oue'hlt. No errors: Inning First half: John Collia uu; strike oue; foul strike two; Harldcn took Collin's roller Bud threw him out at first.. McMullen ball one; bal' Iwo; strike one; ball tlireo; Fletcher Ihren: out McMulleu. Eddlo Collins uii; Collins beat oul a hit along Ihe rjght foul line. Al this point lhc crowd-thinking Colltus was oul, he Otluiva, Ocl. or ubt the voting In tho Douilulon clecllonB takes place .00.'Monday, Ueceinber II depeuds lurgely !bo date upou which It U" lo complcto tlio Bppolnlment ot lu? rcturnliiB offi- cers, fur Iho vnrlaus The writs cannot lie Issued until tho returning onlcerY'Hre naiatJ. As seven weeks oust elapse between the- Issuo writs nnd tbo vot.'ut; they will hnvo to be G93t-oul wlihlii Ban lo sUrcc iipon Ih'e field. The game was Uie field .could hr cleared. JackEon strike one: Fletcher tobkrJa'ckspn's high llv. No runs. a Bhorl (luie If (lie votlnc [3 (J lake ce tEtoio the Uiirlstims hollda'ys. Jl 13 geusrally conceded that a Jau- uiry election would not -bo dcslrablc- In tbo event ot It being- decided Dial the cannot be. Usucd to. time (or a Deccuibor election' U Ja qulto slbld Uiat tlie vollug will not tako lilsco iinlll lalo rcbruary or ejrly March. for liio appoint- mcut of returning olllcora are bclag received and dealt wllk as ipilckly us and every clfort will be- iuaile bv ihe officials to liavc I Iho votlug flieil for December. Olher -rrangcmeuta are being rushed. Tho Lallpts to be uaed lii Canada hive beeq urlnled and armngemenU have j ulready been made for liio pritilluK 1 of Ihe ballots. to ho usM oterseao." Tlio LirlatliiB ot the billols across tho Atlantic will ensure their j safely" a'ml utean an avoidance uf scr- couiplk'ullona would re- Biill from their loss enroutn to Eng- land v.-ercj they to be printed In Cen- aOa. APPLICATION FOR LEASE! OF ROAD ALLOWANCE OR SURVEYED HIGHWAY NOTICE la hereby-, given Joo Hutchison 6( raadc .application to the Minister of PiiUlc WOIICH, Edmonton, Alberta, for Iho lease of the foflbwIng' road illoir- ance, viz.: thai portion of Ihe allowance lying between iiectton section 25-15-21 Prftvlnce of Alberta. Any nrotesl egalntl of Ihe above mentioned must be forwarded lo Ihe Minister of Public Works, Edmonton, ttllMi (hlrlr diys Iron the date ot this notice. (Signed) JOt! HUTCHISON, October Gth, 1317. Ad E EYES TESTED PERSONALS. Woma. "Some ago 1 M iioeral breakdown.- It lenninatcd quite bad w_ Rerce'a lie Plcacriplion WM Tecbntmcnderl to me k friend uacd itindrebeiva ihilch btnedl. Ibo- gu lokioc it acid flix rhontha I TI- completely cured c my fcilnienl au bare nererhaii an rrtum of time. cmni_________ OKdjone M ba'n> good, one will pf( fair JOax KJgir St., Chatham, OnU At finrt lymplonv al itlmfc any period of We 'tne iwO'so rwlly belpiul remedy ii Pierce Fsvorite Prescription." Tnoutuda of women ia tan taken it with mlccem. Dr. Piesre's Kavonte tme tnaA lo wumeo in times of Vm iwdicne, hot tukm, mmUJ itenrevon, diinneB, fiinlin and BhiusUoo, wo- ihould never r.il to ikii irieri true warina'i nedidor. Prvptnd from nature1! root! tr, kerbs, it eoaTAma no a1cohc4 6f ntfooii DOT >ny barrafui iugretiiwit. In eith liouM fonn. Write Dr. IziiKts' MtMl, Buffalo, N. V., t tnt xrfio. Dr. Ffera'i Fleuant Prfldd sot on Ibe irtfinal hilt the tatLOOt Unt PS. foit pin up oat .40 W' ty Rl' AI-M vnilated but nettr TVey" purely wjHible, bring ctntnlcd and reRncd apla erlracted f rorn tM MM o( Anericiui planla. Do not (W.cf'two for -1------L fair, bf Braii4 ChlJttt'ore .invariably for 'alf'Cgts. Tfiey typity the modern trend in thought and in OUR .works in to complete every operation fixed .standard so that the iinished, garment matches the.' perfect model we setas bur ideal, No garment la a genuine Society Brand model unless pocint bears tlie label. Go lo "Stylo the Elorc that sells Society Hrand Clothes; A postal euro will bring your our Kail Fashion .Hook. I L SOCIETY JIafccrs ALFHTiO'DEClfEIl t COIIS. SUlcrs Tor U. S. ".I. COME in and pur complete assortment- of Society" Brand Models. The styles, weaves patterns that fashion jkjjmlar for Fall: you will find here :t; McGuife JHE M'3 McKelvie LETHBRIDGE STYf.P. HP.ADIJirARTf.M-THE STORE THAT SKI.M EOClF-TTf BRANC CtOTHES ;