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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 12, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE EIGHT LETlliJRflXiE DAILY UF.iUI.D Y, OCTOIU'.U 12, 1917 New Charges Fixed by Board Grain Supervisors Winnipeg, Oct. board of train supervisors has today Issued Ihe followlcg orders- Thai upon all vrheat purcuAFed by or tor the Uour wills ID. Canada be- betweeti the 4th of Oclober, iyi7 aud ihe 3lst of August. 191R. bo'i dales Inclusive, there shall be by Ihe purchaser to the board of grain sup- ervisors for Canada the ol two and one-half cents busbel and order Jso. S of the board. on the I2lh ot September. 1917, is accordingly. Tliat upon wheat owned by coun- to ihls order shall form a pan of the Tuod provided for by Order No. 9 of tho board, and out of ihe said fuud there shall be paid In addition to the tarrying charges aud administrative expenses mentioned in said order No. 9, such carrying ch'argcs as arc ed by order oC tbo boarJ on viiMt from the western inspection divis- ion, held by or for eastern millers In store east of Port Arthur during the closed season of navigation In Can- adian public lor terminal elevators, or M'inter storage Loals ai cAstern Canadian Jeke purls Insofar as such wheat Is held by or for such.millers lo satisfy their milling requirements. Tbat upon slreet owned fcy ycouu- try elevators as al the 1st cf October, or purchased thereafter and car- ried by such .tnerc shill paid out of the fund created umler order No! S ol Ihc board, carrying charges al ihe rate of oae-t'veitly- Ilflb'ol one cent per bushel per day from the 1st of October, 1917, upon such wheat aclaally in such tors on that dale, and Insofar as street wheat subsequently purchased is concerned from the dalo upon Trhlcb, such wheat Is so purchased, cash ilckcl Issued and wheat actually 'PAPE'S DIAHEHS1N" 13 QUICKEST, SUREST1 STOMACH RELIEF TRY ITI delivered to such elevator uuill tte date such wheat is uuloaded. at a terminal elevator or nillt In ihe west- ern Inspection lilvltloii. This order la lo be effective as of ihe IPT of October. No payment wlH be maje for carrying charges accruing afier lie 3lst Jay of May, That upon wheat held by or for eastern mills upon which carrying charges are 10 be paM to orJer No 13 of ine board, such carry- _- Ing charges shull be paid from the heirtburu. thrtt Is a sign or lath day of iJcccmber, upon all suih wbrat which shall be actually EAT ffi W! NO at row; Time It! Papa's DlaxpelQ will di- gest in It ID- you eat sod oTercomu a BOUT, sassy or oui-ofirder sloDiich surely vUhin five minutes. If year meals don'l fit comlorlnblr, or what you lies like lump ol In store by that date, and from act- ual Jau1 of delivery Into store of all such whrai subsequently received iu store. Such chrrylng charges shall IbP'paU umll such wheat Is actually laken out of store, or until the 30th day of April, 191S, on alt nhcat sill! In store on that date. No carrying cdargea shall be palJ after thai dale. Tbe carrying charges lo paid shall be as f allows: (A) Qn wheat In Canadian public or terminal elevators, second of one cent per bushel per day. IU) On wheat stored In winter orafie boats one-tweEly-flfth of one cent per bushel per dey. GIVES LAFOLLETTE tead to jour sioinach. or 1( you havo Gel from your pharmacist a lifly- rase of Pane's Dlipepsln >nd tako dose jU3i as soon as you can. Thera will be no BOUT risings, no belchlns ol undigested food allied will! acid, uo slomach gas or heartburn, fullness or heavy feellnj in the stomach, uau sea, iletllitBiJug headaches, dizziness or iDtesLitial griping. This will all go, and. besides, there will he no eour food left over in the'stomach (o poison your bircath wild nauseous oilora. Papa's Dlapfipsin la certain cure for oul-of order stomachs btoiuse It takes bold of your food and digests fl Just tho same as If your stomach r.-isn't ihere. Relief In lire minutes from all slora ach misery Is trail log for you at any drug alore. These large fifty-cent casea contain enough "Pape's lliapopsln" to keep the en i Ire family, free from stomach HEARING ON CHARGES'disorders and Indigestion tor many months. It bplongs IQ your Washington. Oct. fallctlQ of Wisconsin vas today in- vited by the senate committee inves- tigating his alleged disloyal speech at St. Paul to appear next Tuesday before ifco committee for a hearing regarding Assertions In his address. Want Advert IsemooL Ixindon, OcL ;Reuier's OUawa correspond cot al British headquarters In Franco telegraphs: "The following inferesflns report is BJvett as an example of how enemj troops are being used up: "Case ot Ihe 231lh Prussian THvIs (on: This latter was rnised in Jan uary and sent lo Ihe TvcsL' front In April, to the northwest of Si. Qiieniin "Titey were immediately heaylly at (ached by the UriLish. These fads o: Lhe iSlS class were badly ebakcn bj a whirhvind bombardmeuC which in flicled heavy, cnsualtiesj while one reginient. Josl many prisoners. Th division appeared In September on Ihe Ypres front, beinff 'thrown" counter attacks on September 10, be fhg. repulsed. Again on September 26 Eomn clement of the same division ivcra completely shattered. The resul Is thai this division eiisLs only in name. Eavoral of the officers wb were not trusted by the Jiavo been rellred. This ia interesting because it Is a. reminder that the oU German officer class Las almost-, en ily been used1 K1LLF.I) AliTOJIOlJllJ-: Meets a War Demand Most of us can give money need tins and we want la help. With but a day or two between oven and consumer, there is no need to buy biscuit in (ins. SOM-MOR biscuit are packed in triple sealed, striped, cardboard cartons only, mid reach you in the freshest condition. Give the soldiers tins and buy your biscuits in cartons. It's no sacrifice lor you, IT WILL help the boys. Ask Royal Arrowroot tha A.M C. will-bo appreciat- ed. Every month 100 men nre called for, from Canada, for service with tho Army Met! teal. Corpa Overseas, and of this number Alberta Is called on Lo supply 40.- TMg'Is.'a. trlbtKo loVfaa training given to tho'Albertu men. At Trafniog Depot Na. 13, which (3 now carried on at Sarcee Cnmp. The work, which Is of an infc'restlng nature, and llhcly Lo bo useful to anyone lii after life, Includes squad and company drill, physical training, stretcher drill, first- aid, bandaging1, .ind (ho supervising of THE CANADIAN ARMY MEDICAL sanitary condKlone. Js laid on Orsl-afd to ttio lojurcil, and lectures, as well ns. practical instruc Probably few peoplo llfo realise jusl what tion hi fhls work, are who this subject n, Oct. 12, Admiral Mayo commander-tn chief ot the United Army Medical Corps occuiiJos In Ihc There Is, at tho present lime, a great- gigantic military. machine, now fighL- er need of men, than ever before, for this corps, to'copo from! England where aeainsl Germany. Many they participated In n naval confer- crcaslog casualties In tho Canadian Idea thai TTbcn-the fighting is all over, army noiv doing Us part ence with the allies. This announce stretcher-bearers proceed Lo Uic back the Germans, on. ment was authorized today field of batlle, and plcfc up Ibe wound- edr In safety, and that" this work com We would appeal lo men of average prises prncd'cnlJy the sum total or the intellfgence, and plij'sically fit, whosi cttorts of .Ihe question. Such Toronto, Gel.. here is to the effect thai Xel- son Parliament, M.P.IV. for Prince Edward Island, Uie most likely choice (o succeed N. W. Rowcll. K.C., as leader of the Ontario Liberals. Will- lam Proudfool, Huron Centre; Hartley Dowart, K.G.. apd'C. JI. Liberal .also spoken of as possibilities. MILLS CUT DOWN PRODUCTION Minneapolis, Minn., Oct. apolis flour mills today yrere ordered to cut down Ihclr production to silly ptr ceift ol capacity until 1 further nollce, In order to reHaye Ihe scarcity o( wheat al .easlern TnJIlg.-TIio order was Issued by ih'b milling.division or the food administration' following a two-day executive session hefe.'Iowa, Montana and North and Sou 111 DaKota mills likewise arc atfecleil. Petrojrad, OcL a counter al- lack yesterday RussJan troops captur- ed Ihe'treDchfis'lorfJsouth of.Ihe Psk- off, Ihc war offict announced today. Xorth of the road J'.ussian .advance posts were drawn In wbere tbey were exposed to a violent-, artillery fire hy the Germans. The statement regarding these oper- ations reads: Av- "Northern We' cou'nler-at- t tacked and captured after sharp fighl- Ing Lhe trenches we lost on Wedneg- i Oay. The position was restored, he Bknli sector, north of the Pstoff igh road, Lhe enemy's violent arm- ory Cre forced our advanced posts lo etlre. Vl'esfcrn and southwestern fronts: 'here were fusillades. "Rumanian front: lOn-Tueaday the neray atlrr nrlillery" fire attacked in he Buc2C7 region and fool; several renchcs which were restored by coun- allacks. The enemy yesterday sci'- ral times bombarded Galalz. Ice Cream Always Enjoyable and Admittedly Healthful Ice Cream, unlike most, of the things we enjoy, is a really healthful thing to eat It is one of the few "tid-bite" that is really good-for ua. Tie food of Ice Cream is very is on the diet lint of even the most delicately con- (diluted is a f everj age. Carlyie Ice Cream Is REAL Ice Cream. It is made of pure unadulterated cream and sugar flav- ored with the juice of fresh fniita. The Ice Cream we sell is as pure as it can possibly be made. It in made under condi- tions that rival (hose of your own It is delivered whenever you want it. It is a delicious CRYSTAL DAIRY LTD. is nol the ease. True, It Is that Hie men of tho A.M.C. Uo pick up the wounded on life lint Lie field, and give their wounds whatever attention Js possible under the circumstaTices, but often this work is done under the firealcsL 'dlfiicully and clanger. Shells and bullets aTc no rcsucclors o[ per- sons, and the Ucd Cross men arc' con- stantly ciposed to danger, find with- out the thrill -which helps lo keep men of the fighting unlls cp under. the Hie stress of haUlo. But as preTioQ3ly-Ia- tlmttcd, there are many olhcr lines of endeavor, which are looked -after, by .Lhe men In-lhts arm of the -service. Among others are the field dressing staliona, collecting depots, field and base hospitals, and motor ambulances. Another Tory Important branch is thai of sanitation. When one considers the frcedim from disease which fa, en- joyed by our 'armies today, and ;com- .parc this record with that of previous ware, the efficiency oL this TJ ranch of clrcuuns lances will permit, to conn with us, and render (heir services, nol only to the cause of the allies, but tc llio even cnuso of huiDaully. Tim recruiting headquarters of tho C A.M.C, at Sarced.camp is ready anxious at aU times to give any In formation io men who are lute-rested. 1IYQU CAN DO BETTER WILSON PRY GOODS. MEN5WEAR. BOOTS fc SMriES I NORTH LETHflRIDGE. CARS TO THE DOOR WHERE TO GO FOR Roofing, Tinsmithing, Furnaces, Gas and Steam Fitting, Plumbing HICK-SEHL HARDWARE GO. PHONE 7G2 R C. Harvey had 338 rama entered i the rani sale which concluded yea-" erday. He disposed of every one ot hem. About 100 went by auction, chile Ih'e remainder sold al irlvate salo at prlcci satisfactory to he owner, n. Patterson bought 55 eaterday morning and olher large ales were madn during the day. In j inlnl of nuinbcrH and finality of sale, t was the largest sale ever held n Western Canada'and IB consider- ed a very good forerunner ot future events of Its kind. Jea. McCalg, 3 atlll In tho clly loday, la satisfied Ibat ram rales of the kind will be a success here and will do much lo. 'nereise the Interest rn breeding up: Ihe-llochs of Southern Alberta, J. H- Patrick of flderlon, who la In the clly arranged al Lhe. salo lo. irlnp In a number of registered sheep 'rom Ontario. He slatca thai anoth- er iblpment of Mr. llarrej'B nomnr.ya I arrive wceh. Tailoring for Men and Women Men's Clothes are Important Not alone for what they show In the bu efforts to rnake good. If a man Is successful he rnu be proud Lo wear and that will bring out your person made, smori clothes, We make clolhda that yoG will sonality to its btst. You can not gel better clothes and it will givt you-confluence In yourself and your of your clothes. t what Ihey show in your envelope and In your st look successful, .We make clothes thrt you will st look 'eutceatful. A shrewd man wears neat, well. he proud to wear and that will bring out your per- value any place. Get one of our "made for. me'1 suits appearance. You'll be ''known by sight" on account "Wo can'l lars but the farmers ,of Boutbern Albcrln would llko a snaking riln, or It tnmi be, "snow, Ihree [eel of "It, Hundreds o( ploughing outllla aro held up nil oTdr [he Knfh cyftlng .to Ihe luck of moisture for fall plough- ing.' In lome par I a (hfy proceed- ing -with tho work nnder nd ttie are br no meant lalrlnE. The ground )s molat four Of five Inehcs clown. Wd'en this layer Is.turned over thertf.LW nothing, bill htrdptn- A good' rilrffor gnuw Is needed to put the'loll In condlUon for nejl rcar'n-crop, and Id, allow farmers Jo prepare area hx] Imccdtd [o prop MR. H. BERNARD of New York Designer of Ladies' Costumes IS IN CHARGE OF LADIES' TAILORING STORE. HE PERSONALLY CUTS AND SUPERVISES THE MAKING'OF EVERY GARMENT. HIS EXPERT SERVICES ARE AT VOUR DISPOSAL. WE HAVE A SPLENDID LINE OF MATERIALS FROM WHICH TO SELECT. OB you ask did to fit your suite from ue. All th: feltawi who come here art cure filtmtt when dlmb Into oui- They In wear well anil look twell. C6me In yourstif and lee them, r THAELL, The Tailpr THIRD AVENUE SOUTH ;