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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 15, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta TUB .LKJHBKIUGK DAUA .HERALD MONDAY, OCTOBER .15, 1917 MDE1EMN Kalian Products Evidence of Ilig Filed Paid lo Pacha Paris. Oct. Boucliar- flon, Ihe examlnta; uicUtralr tor the courlmarllal ol Bolo I'icba. the Krencl financier. who Is rtarged with or seditious lias received the deposition o( Slsuor Sottolana. according to a uole-Issued today by the government. llallari teacher ol sraelut, loilg rodent ol Paris and a trlend or Sift- nor Carelllnle, nu Italian, "ho Ihe intermediary between Siluil. (or- der Kbedlve o! Kfffl. sad Bolo Pacha.' according lo news- paper, arrkcd In April 1. 1915, BnJ asVed Soltolana lo present htm to ibe LyounaUe. where oe eaihed a cheque (or a million Crancv, iddlni to Ihte another n llllon (raacs In bilk- He cook the money to flotel Place Vendome. which Ue en- tered alone and liter came oui with a mm wboia Introduced to Sotio- lina as Bolo 1'acha. L'Ouvre remarks that much has been prirtcd about Holo 1'acho's visit lo AKtrlra lii I'K but tlial little has been said about hi. [requeut visits to Switierlacil or resaraioi; (CorriKum HJOM FMXT popped lu No runs, one hll, one error. Inning -White was aiiuomiccU. that the oilU-la.1 :illeadRnco 33.006.. K. Collins up. Kdillo went out to llolVc. Jackson up. foul strike uue, bill one; Jackson sent a lilt la right oue, strike ball one. struck _________....... out. rtbsr's wide curves being 1 I for one bas. Kclsc-h up. ball itnv. much rcr him Zimmerman up. toll..... one. Zimmerman sent a Ions drive JurktonV binds. No runs. UJ "1C t a In The Matin says Sotlolans is an voyage to AmerUa in Carter's Little Over Pifls For Constipation The Great Vegetable Remedy Pots Too Right Over Night t T? utt ColorrCM or Pale Faces che, co-dibon which win be grMlly kaptd by ladkalc tbe absence of Iroa ID CALGARY'S SENSATION What Calg.ry Cltilen. Say ol Ihe World'. Verbal Wonder Health Restorer By which so manv prominent Calgary cltlienn have been restored .to pe'rlecl heallh- It has cured hundreds o( sufferers here in our oivn city who had liven up hope ot tTer.belne cured. H Vou ore discounted trains all kinds ol harmlul drug's, you are Uklng no chances trylnc greal Herbal the treitmoiat ifcoul teu.cents per day. It is a p-eat Blood Builder as well as a cure. Poor blood is res ponsible for moil your blood In shape b'erore the cold iresthcr seis li We will be'jlad 10 let'you ulk .with pleased palleiils who just suffered like Tourull; that Is ihe ireatwt proof you can eel. It Is perfectly harmto5E> and can be glTEn to a new-bom-bAby. com- poctd only of dlrtllled ttrrbt. not rhe gnat Creator oi ill things plant-d the to heal th> uutferlnat 11 has proren bejOBd doubt that It will cure. Hncumntlsni, Sciatica. Lumbago, Nerrous ConaDmptfon, Bronchitis, Stomach Trouble. Heart Trouble., Kidney Troubles, CiUrrh, Female Troubles, Pilee, Skin Diseases, and ill Childrra's Troubles.. A few of The many prominent dtlieni who hare bwsn restored to perfect A WONDER CURE OF STOMACH TROUBLE Mr. R. Kansome; 1135 Fifteenth street east. Cilfiry, tbe well known C.P.B- brakemao, hare suffered with stomach trouble for: a number of yVars and the doctors told me I bad ulcc.-ilert stomach. They gave me medicine dieted bat II teemed lo do me ED good. I was suffering more ill tie time. I.started tal- )BB the Health Hwlorer' -f started lo bnprove the Ural vecka, and can gladly saj when I took it continually for flTe months 1 entirely never felt bette'r In ro'y life. I cannot recora- niend this 'Wonder Cure' too to any sufferer of stomach trouble." Yours tmJr, R. RANGOME. r WONDER CUKE OF NEURITIS Mr. TV. Wright, Z10 Twenty- arenne, CUiary. wis rrmirkikry cnrod of a. Mrerc of NmKls. He TM po'bai the doctor! cooU do nofetnf for Um, and iftar Mrtnc the Health neslorer" k now to work, and -will' he gbd to of iila cue to SCIATICA G. T. Stoddart. of Stoddarfs Grocw-y, 411 Second street wesL Calgary, WM remarkably cured by "Wonder.Health' Btsflorer" of a sarere attack ot sciatica.-f-nd will be glad to tell of1 his case tu any sufferer. _ j WHAT BARNEY COLLISON HAS TO SAY Barney Colllion, the will-known Calgary birriiler, better known as "BarnV" Trln to auiwar all lno.alrirs thk "Won- der Hea.hth ReiBrir." WH terribly crippled with rneuma- list aad gout aad alter ill other remedies failed waa entirely cur- ed Iff takdnr coclenui of hro WHAT MR. M. HM TO 1AY Mr. .M. SulllTin, hMd ot iYo. Police Station, wmi raaarkibly. cured after being confluod In Ciliary botplub with a vary te- can ot rheomittitij. and wffl be glad to 11 to any nffervr, D. T. LAWRINCE, CALQARVI LEAPING PIANO TUNED, 1728 Fonrtranlh An. W.. Phone WUil, Calory. Sajs Ke cannot ipeac loo bffh- IT of whal "Wonder1 Health His- torer" has done lor him tor a se- vere nerro-js breakdown. Sir, Law- rence wa.i In a.Tery weak and ran down condition -when he started Ife.U great herbal curt; he says he bas already gained IS ponnAi in'd Is now enjoying better health than ho has yean, and will be glad to recommend lit lo My run-down and slcklr tr. J. I. MlcDemld, ni Twwty fint arenue weat. Calvary, was an- Oj-ely cured of a lad attack ot Rheumatism and Eclitlci by tak- Inf a tnatratDt of four bolUn of "WomJer Health 'aad be will be too (lad to recmucecd He ta iar mlttr- A WONDiRrML CVRl OF TUBeHCULOtli Mn. F. 0, Prlaitrao Mir. Alta, It if to kt amflanr kaaVw 6 lo aaj 'dH en I one hit, no errors. Second Innings ..While Soi-Kelsch up, slrlke cue. bill ouv. bill two. strike iwo. bill tiirM. Felseb struck oul- Oandll up. ElnglAl cvtr the mUlle bag. Weaver up. Uenog ihrew out Weaver, Gsndll movliie to second. Scliilk up. ilrlko one: iitDimermari threw out Schnlk. makins a nice pbxy on the Chl- cau'lier's jrounier. .No iuus. one .It. no errors. un, strike ono. ran doKn the lino aifd took roller and Ihrew blni out. nobertsotl uy. foul, slrlke E-.Qol- ins took Robertson's soush sot ils man at first..llolke up, bill one; [dike got a iloublo. against' loo' left Sold (ciice. Itariaeu up. Kiddie out Harlden Who hit first jal) pitched. No ruus, onp hit, no cr- ors. Third lnrtlni_ While up. bill onf.-ball no. strike one, [oul strike (wo., foul; struck out. John Collins; up. oul slriko one, J. .Collins" popped to Kerens. McMullca up. Benlon jfts em- ploying a drop ball..which he- kepi around llic batter's knees.-Strike ona, j ball one, slrlke two, [duld; McMullen auned. N'o runs, no hits; no .'errors.. up. .Ball-.oue, strike one. (oul strike .two, ball hro; Faber 'iirned an out curve lor fl IMrd slrlke ball foulrd out lo GauuiL up. strike strike two. foul, loul: Kauff made a corking -catch of Gaudll's long fly. Mo ruus. one hit, no errors.- up, ball one; Kauff filed out lo Llebold. Zimmerman slrllce one, ball Weaver threw oul au. Fletcher up. ball one. ball two. foul strike strike two. Mc- threw out Fletcher. So runs, no hits, no errors. Ninth Inning White up, strike one. 1NCUKS ENMITY FOR OUTSPOKEN OPINION Copcnliaifen. 6el. 1-1, Tho IJcr- lluer Lukbl has sUrlcd a CAmpalBiL aRaiiist Guetav Adort UeaJ o( (ho yolUicaJ doLurlmcut. o( his remarks- iliat as K coti-' tlltlou lor M Just poaco Udglxiiu be restored anil coimicnsaloti. TUo Loktl Auzelger Ociuamls. lltu retire- lueut ot Auur and that ihc lulnlslfrs al llcruo o[ lite cei.Ual jjowere sever rctatlons with the Sxilss ilcparduDiil mi I II he resigns. U. S. STEAMER SUNK New York. Del- 15. The American LutvU Lucke.tliaih, 3.SQO tons Las been sunk by a German sub- marine off i lie coast of France. Oao boat wllli. nine men is missing.' ball one. Weaver got a smetc to lelt- rUD6J ,iO uo Schnlk up, ball one, ball two. strike- cue; Scbalk fouled out to Zimmerman. Kaber up. Oil tlio hi( and run play Faber bunted. Weaver going lo sec- ond. Faber'R bunt was a sacrifice and ho was thrown out, Peri-Ill to llolke.! I.elbold up. slriko one; Weaver scored .when ilropped l.elbold'.s lino drive close to tho ground. The official scorer Rives Lelbo.d a hit. McMullen 'up, ball one. ball two. strike one; bold went to second on Kauff's throw to the plale, Zfinmcriuan (brew cut MoUullen. OHO ruu. two lilts, uo error. Glint official scorer gives Kaufi" an error on his Ihrow lo the ulalc. llobcrlBon up. foul strike one. threw oul McCarly. tall Flriick his htcd and Uniplr allowed ft, HoUe up; Colllos threw (iiiL llolko at first, Roberlsou solas to second. Rarldcu up, slrlke one, ball one, -ball two, foal strike two, ball AMm. Hud i Nil took o( tetl r feV We wfll The price of "Wirader U fer-boWa. br mill, !JZ.25, or three botllw for portpaJl I glrtcg frw wHh trerr 15.00 IreaCmtait one 76c TbottU of Th-rmua BTttej "-J-w dls tilled onllrely from htrbt to aod OM beireta In rtll book of wlti ererj- bottle, FOR SALE BY J. W. HARRIS AVENUE a. LETMBRIDQE, ALTA HEAD OFFICE, CALGARY, viderla, Toronto, Edme'nton Medicine Hal and Lethbrldge. and Benton sat up, ball one; Hums sent a hoi ierzog up, Jlrikt "ball two; Ilerzofi'Iaent a high fly out o No rube, i.b hits, no'errors. IrinlnQ While strike one1, foul.strike Ziinnier- aiflD and tbrew t into Ihe slandp, .Collins goJojc to "sec- ond. strike hvo. ball one; ball two, Jacfeson sent up fi high-fly-to'-Roberlson.i.who dropped H. Edtlle Cqlliiis dashed'., to third. slaying den.then threw to Felsch'up, strike OPC. The New York Infield came in on the grass. I3enlpn toot Felach's grounder and ran ovct to oti tossed lo Zimmerman, who af- ter Collius and chased-him Into tbe te for a run. Ganilil up. f Jackson and Fclacb scored oELvGandil's alogle to Gandil wis out stretching his hit. Robertfeoi] .tb'r'Her- rog. Weaver' up. WcaVer sent Burns. SrEalk up, ball ITVO, ball three. S chalk a" hot single Inlo" left.' Faber up, strike one. ball two, ball Ihfec.'alrJke two; walked.1. CoilltisV' up, strike one, Fletcher .IhrCK out John Collins. Three rors! up, foul Eddie Collins took Kaufl'K Lhrew him out. Zimmerman ooe. ball one, strike, two'.'.- Zimmerman sent a tnr'lohi Collins. Fletcher up.' Fletcher "lot-1' htl off "McMnllen's glort. bounced to Weaver, T.JO nearly threw Fletcher oul by a line shol (bijov. Rob- erLspji up. Robertson filed to Felsch. j No runs, one "hit, no errors. Fifth Inning White up, ball ball two, strike boe.' ball three, strike I two. Kauff robbed NIcMulleif ol i. I coming la last and gcitlbg his1 lino j drive. Collins up, bail oae, slrlfce I nft, Iftll two; Burns took E. .Collins': asy fly. Jackson up, ttrlke ooe, Jack- on struck it the bill SQ hard that he ell down and tbe crowd Ball ne, foul strike two. iterzog'fbrew out ackson. NTo ruas, no hits, no.errora. foul itriVe one, Ulke two; a truck-but on three pitched balls. Rarlden up, one, but Elrfke one, ball two, ball three, trike two, making "aber pilch to him, Wilholt balled for Bentou. up, balj one, ball two, trlko ooe, strike two, foul, ball.three. W'lholt also walked, unsteady. Burns up..Bnnis forced Wll; holt, Weaver lo'Eddie Rarl-1 den going to third. Rarjden aad Burns scored on Hereoe's hit :he rlghl field'wall. '.n. a frenzy. KauIT- up. Kaurt fouled oui to Two'nins, .one errora. Sixth Inning' Whtte went Into the Dot Tor New York. Felach'up, ball one, two, strike one, ball three. Kelsch walked. Gandll up, strike one. Fel-cb weal out iteallDf. Rprtden Lo Flelcher. Strike two, Oandll struck out. Wearer upr ilrlke one, hill one, ball two, ball three, llcrzog .threw out Weaver. No ruris, no bill, no errors. up, alrikc one, ball one; Eddie Collins Lock Zlrarner- Bioaah and threw him but. Fletcher tap, Flelcher Bent up high foul lo Roberlson, up, slrlke bill one, ball two, bill three, itob- erUon sent single Into right fteJd, Holke up, hall one, strike one; Eddfn Collins thriw oul il flrat. No ranf, one bit, no errors, 1 InnTnq White Sox Schili ore, Btrlke ocer btll two, ball worked Permi for a bwe'bn Fa- ber up, ball one, foul itrlke one, foul I B trike two, Faber hold for J. Colling, Lefbold up, ball I one, Htrike one. Lelbold popped to1 Henotf, who dropped the ball and then ran orer to fint, touching both Schalk. vfho waa aluAic on the bag, ind the as well. was declared oat and Bcbtlk wan niled vafe. McM alien up, bait on ft, one, ilrlka'two. McMullen out. No mni, BO hltaf no errota. Bctrrer Itie pUr op Let bold ag an -tsalsl for Hcnof and a Holke In Ihs I KOTebtb Joalaf. bp, Lelbold went Into.rlffbt ftela la place 6f John ColUci. fltrlkft ilrlke'two, foul, bill one, foul, foal, ball Lwo; Rarlden out to Oindll nntaitiled. Ferrlft up, bill one, id asllne over Bfecond. Bumi strike one, foul ilrlkc two, me, tcnil, foul, ball two, ball throe, Aorni lifted to Weaver. Hereof op, foul, fitrlkeona; oo a ahorl pUMd ball, Per- Mil Look-second, and then ran lo third when Rcbalk'a wild Lhroir'lot away Irom E. Collins. fJill fanned. McCnrly for PerriU. McCarly up, slrlko Cardston TQ U'fnil un syndicate will sacrifice nil remaining toU In did Fulr Grouud Sub-Division tar J1CO a Get best choice while, they last. Oiilj- a few left And these all face tho town unil are closest In. Act quickly, this bargain offer will uot be avail- able long. Price Is only one half of assessment and clear Utlej a K. H. W. DAVIES, 149 Fifth Wesi North Vancouver, B. C. Eat Lets Mbir-e Whole WHeat- that is the way to save money, save strength, save health and save food. Cut put the expensive indiges- tible The- whole wheat'is-tlie'rinost perfect food given to man. But be sure you get the whole wheaty grain in a digestible form. Shredded Wheat Biscuit cent, whole wheat and is digestible by steam cookiiig, shredding and It contains Vbody-building meat, and costs Delicious for any jneai with milk or cream, and' fruits. .Made in Canada. The Steinway li ai Ih'c BEST. The Nordhelmer l> JE iaclited with the -In LCaftada and fav- eKably lo hold aasac-. lation. jj -i We are 'the- direct ''agentK for both of thete famoui planoar Come and see uj. Assiiiiboia Music Lid. "Everything Muilcal' 31S 6th St. s. Lethbridge Mil Kinds of Machinery Rocker Grates and Gears for All Kinds ofiTnictioii Engines. We manufacture and have In stock Deep Well Pumps, Roll Grlnderf and Plate Grlndsrt, G. KISCIIELL Lfriftce of the Lethbrldgc Iron Works. THE NEW LUNCH ROOM Confectionery ami Ice Cieani Purlor OlM'N SPLENDID MENU AND SERVICE. TRY US. The Alexandra Confectionery ALEXANDRA HOTEL BLOCK LABOR AGENCY With our prwent organrzatlon ,wt are better prepared than ever .to .supply your labor req'ulre- We ctllE- have-plenty .of Farm Labor arriving dally. Ado men for the bush- We are licens- ed by-the Government.too and in- spected ,by the Government. No matter what your labor re- may be .we.can give satisfaction. .On ITstc we have married couple to go on farms. WRITE OR PHONE US The Iteasley Eihployineiit Agency Lcthbrldge Phone 545 P. 0. Box ?65 AUCTION SALE LIVE STOCK WE, THE UNDERSIGNED WILL SELL BY PUBLIC AUCTION, ON FRIDAY, OCT. 10th Al the Farm 0. H. Killer, on S.W. v Seven Miles North of Commerce, the following described live slock: 17.> IIKAI) OF MIXED CATTLE Including'one Shorthorn Hull, 3 years old, ajtd twenty choice milch cows, Including the black Percheron Slallkn "McKinlcy" 1975 Ibs. FREE'LUNCH AT NOON. SALE TO START AT TEN O'CLOCK. TERMS CASH; R. A. JOHNSJON, B. C. TALBOT SONS i C. E. HITTER, Auclioneer. Owners." OPENp of NEW BAKERY SHOP Home-rnade Bread a Specialty High-class pastry airid Cakes ._________._____________ FIRST' D4Y--Air Cakes Pastry and Bread at Coffee, Tea and Sandwiches AUCTION SALE OF FARM STOCK IMPLEMENTS On'MONDAY, OCT. 22nd TEN O'CLOCK SHARP ON SEC. 17-11-21, 7.MILES NORTH OF, COMMERCE. _. team sorrel 5 .'years 2GOO Iba.; 1 matched team liny Geldings, 5-6 yours old, 2700 llis.; 1 black lca.ui'Eeldlnga, S-0 old, 2SOQ Us.; 1 team years Iba.; 1'grey mare, C years old, 1100 ibs. in 'Wa'ck inufc. S years old, 1300 Iba.; 1 lirown mare, G years old, 1400 Iba., In tdal; 1 roan marc. 3 years old. In foal; 1 grey inure, 2 years old; 1 black gelding, 3 years old, 1300 Ibs., 1 bay mnrc, S years old, 1300 -Ibs.; i black-horse. S years old, 1200 Ibs.; 1 grey saddle horee, S years old. HIGH GRADE choice IfolaLciii dairy cows; 1 rows to be fresh shortly; 11 heifers rising 3 yrs. old, all in calf; 4 heifers. rising'2'years calves; 1 Shorthorn Durham bull, rising o years old; Lull, rising'2 years old. brood sows; 1 fat hog.; hens; 9 gcrac; 4 '_ "J" Weber wagon and (auk; 1 Climax wagon ami lank, nearly bundle wngpns'ajid racks; 2 bundle racks; J Iniggy and ihafta; 1 John Dccrc nearly Knicrson.sulky i Standard 1' gang plow, 2 walk- ing plows; 1 Dcering disc; 1 set of Iron harrows anil carl; 1 Van Brunt presio drill ;2liMcCornilck binders; 1 Deerlng mower; 1 pump'ahd piping; T.BCU double team harness; 1 set 'driving harness; 1 saddle; 2 Ford cars In good running shovcla. forks am.'o'lber'arliclea; 1 sfack green feed; 2 Ions iiofaloes; 1 bhcksmllh-'outfit'; 1 Magnet crcnih Ftparator; 1 new Singer sew- ing mnchine; SlOO o[ complete household effects, 'ieds, outfit CASH NO RESERVE Everything Will be 'Sold as the Proprietor Is Giving up Farming -FREE LUNCH SERVED V F. M. HAGUIRE, J. A. SMITH, Proprietor !.__ Clerk -Auctioneer KIR KEY 606 3rd S. PHONE 1627 ;