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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 16, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE SIX ri IE DAILY UKUAMI MONDAY, OCTOHEK.--13, 1017 L moving more freely, acconlins to u K'al railway on'u-lal wlio lulil Iho Her- alii this mornins ilun it tonnapf raised koul ay, ho ilUlu'i tor any t serious shortJge Jurmt; winter. I Ccrtnlnly il vjou't bo fault ol the in this district and tlif Jillivlsls of ttf r.nhvay illsuli'l'it there Is any skoniEr. for' (hey arc moving close to tons cjjily. n A men haiv Jafcen on I Total Much Over by lhl. in mouth, a-jil llio p.-iyiisy SHIUR1.1.V M 111 IK lilt lars- esi in'mitiy uiontlis. The mine pay- roll iu liiis rcilHJ.v dlslriol SalurUay _______ Kill aysiroilmiU-' S-JJ.OCi) and of this bfdvci'a :md J1M.OOO vill be In suite ot ihe (act thai there arc; ri5il n, Leihl-rUje. IPSS inn! working lit Ine coal mines ot _________________ thli distrlcl than uas the case last year, t.'ie lonuape.-ot iloaiesllc and ttc.tni coM being raised is greater than al the same lime a year ngo. And it Had a .Very Husv Month The Steinway Piano Is recognised as World's BEST. The Nordhcimcr ii as with the Steir.way In must compart fav crsbly to hold this close assoc- iation. We are the direct agents for both of these famous pianos. Come and see us. As.siiiiboiu Music Co.. Ltd. ''Everything Musical'1 315 6lh Lelhbridge WBE BIUDIIS! LET UNION GO YI. IS NOT "CJSHETS" -Iffil ue m BKLS Dent May Sick, With Breath Stomach Sour. jSir Sam Hughes Mcwburn Conrtipaie4' Hallanivne "His Gel a 10-cenl boi now. You men and vromen who can't get MJIYONKMJS Boys" Oct. uiiloji government was nol and that party goYoriiuieuts luCsnailA have coaled tongua, Iwte and uot .liail a fair ahgw In Ihe past.is the breiih, cau'l are btl- opinion of Gcu; Sir Sam lluglies lu Ions nervous and aysel. bothered.wllh long iulcrview in today's Warder, ol B sick, gassr. discrdered ilomach ott which'Sir al one tfiuc was eJlior have a bad cold. Pcrfonally, Ihe former minister ol Are you keeping your Lionels cleaa uiiiliia ih.uks the union govenimeiil Cascaivts or merely Torclor B a "aiilendld irlUmph for (he iilaus erery few days wllb laid long ago by Sir Josejih Klavello salts, cathartic jillla of taster oil? "n-orX Tibllo you sleep: 3Ki sir Thomas White." sjr SaIU savs: ls moro MiHlitoba Food Control Com- cleanso Oie atomach, "rnoTB tha (hnn H year stuw) lba i, A ..nil_ sour. unJIgesIed rermcntlDs.food and or Vuiloiial (rusi Arlmn- (oul Elsei; tafc8 (.he excesi bile from B0vernincnl as it ,s sometimes t-alled the liver and qnt ol UQ ayiLera ,vas by.Sir Josenli anO liia miltcc Demands Action Want Control Sforoge LABOR AGENCY With our present organizatJon wd are better prtpzred than 'ever lo supply, your later require- ments. We still have plenty of Farm Labofr arriving daily. Also. men for the bush. We arc licens ed by the Government too and in- spected by Ihe-Government. No natter what your labor re- quirements may bi. can give Batisficlion. On lists we have several marrl-d couple to go on farms. WRITE OR PHONE US The Boaslcy Employment Agency Lelhbriilge Phone 545 P.. O. Cox 255 Oft, re.sulmion askins ior ihe imtueiiiate removal or customs'.lu'y from all acricultural im- plrmeats end machinery aud automo- biles retailing' at Ies3 than "as ilie most eff.clent way 10 encourage larmers to produce and Rt the same time lower tue cost ol production." was to Kood Controller llaana a1 meeting of the Mani- toba food control advisory committee beld evening, Tno resolutions sent in by tie local.conned of women, the one asking for government coplrol- of cold storage plants, the other advo- cating the adoption .of ihe cash anil carry systeni by grocers butchers wcra -dealt forwarded to Ihe food controller. BRITISH DESTROYED AHSBSAU'BIG LOSS London, Oc.L aiftnen In {heir rccenl aitafk on the Uelgian i of Tloulers caused Ihe Moo of an arsenal in which was quar lered a> newly-arrive'd Gernjau reji- iiicnt. This informal Ion was coiiiain od in a flespatcl. from Amsterdam (o ibe CenLml Xews an-J was reported L> B. correspandeDi on Hie Dutch frontier. The casualties were enormous. YOU CAN DO BETTEfl- DRY GOODS. MEMS WEAR. BOOTS SHOES. NORTH LE.THBRIOGE. CARSTO THE DOOR mnd HOLD CONKKKENCK RE PRISONERS OK WAKj iiywihaimi, Od prUoupra war ixmtVreiKc ivhtch will consider CBllCMis jrchtliiK lo" Hie exchange ol prisoners wuj ihe supplylnc or (owl tar IT) a lo solditrs tn-ltl In enemy Guulilrs opened, here last iilfilit. Of- flnl ol lite Ilusslau, Austrian. German and Turkish Gov- ernments tul Urlllsli, French or American delegates wero present. Jhe Kumnulau llcil Cross was represented by u delegate aswero tho lied Cross organ Izalbiis of marK: and Sweden. THOS. DAWSOiV DIES A HUN P1USONEH Tims. Davvson, iireviously ro- d pnrlcd B of war. has now at the Interntucat of Cra- teuwotiu. He was taken on Iho streiiflli of the C. B. r. at Sarcee caiap, nnU at 'ho time ol enlistment Ms home was nt AJwrjitlo. His next ot Kin a I, tfjmondlhorpc, Lot- The remedy for catarrh, laryngitis, bronchitis, pslhma a ad chest troubles. All Jt 50c. ,11 the constipated poison In the bowels. Idertaklng :tt llihVtfuie involved A Cascaret BtralghUn you out 'replacement of Sir Rohcrl llordeu by by boi rrom iny Thomas Whjte.1 drug alore will keep your ilotnmch RELIEVE SHORTAGE FRANK WADDINGTON Oct. Arrangements Ttc gOYCriiiueiit had done KB lull j to relievo a thrcatoneil coal shortage. Sir] In Michigan by tho luel c gOYCriiiuei ha one B fiiveclj Hrer nnfl hovels anil duriUE year, said head clew Ior months. Dont lorpot SaD1 nud n replug ueej i a dm In is ira I Ion last nlfihl nttcr the Ihe cUlldren. They IOTS CaBcarets 'ror-raallllou'br uofen. He ailm cause Ihay tasla good--neTer t as men.'lhc tad good, qualities. "Souip weeRs he, said, "when General'Mewburn and Colonel Uallan- tyno. both condilion? under Uordon, aud when eacli ashed me why I tUrtn't break out aud take bold of things jself. I ILnnkcd Ihem for Ihclr conO- deoce and loyally, but showed that the results ulghl'bd.'lbe placing or Sir WMfrJd (curler ip Another Lelhbridgt Man Gives Slr Samaoia wbuid his r i in j Drl to 5J.S.WOTN IS VEKJ ILL AMN limited [situation Imtl been presented by (Jpv.; d good Sleeper and members of Iho slate coal Him Trar.sfusion of Blood, But He Has Relapse. Casualty Hsls received by the Her- today slionr Q. Al. Sergt. William Steven, who ivenl to England with Ihe S9th battery, as being seriously ill. Sergt. -Steven, formerly city clerk, has beea very 111 in England 'practically ever since tie irenl across. He'ia sul- leriug Trom chronic anaemia. Some veeis ago a former 'idcnilier 61 tUe ba.t- Lcry who Is now in the flyinp 6r the army consented lo a IransTuslon of blood to Sergi. Stcveij and, (or sonie liuie ihereaiicr be gaiued, rapidly. Kvl- dcnily, however, the troublesome con- dition has conic on again. o Conger vat ivcs who re atlvocating nol passive li'ad-liimseK re-' eived and .refused Irpm" ten's ol tlious- i nils ol sources demands o come out and lead au acgressive Qghl for the war. THE NEW'LUNCH ROOM Confectionery uiul Tee Cream I'm-lov V NOW OPEN SPLENDID MENU AND SERVICE. TRY US. The Alexandra Confectionery ALEXANDRA HOTEL BLOCK ON Paris, Ocl. artillery isi asaln in progress on the Verdun fronI. but uojfurlhcr infantry actions are reported.in today's official statement. The French raided (he Jerman Hoes ia Champagne durlhg .he ntcht. 1 Iho jli board. Enough coal wilt ho diverted (roru shipments now going Ihrougli to. lake parts to iho northwest ami meet presaliifi nccds. All Kinds tf Machinery Roclcer Gralcs and Gears for All Kinds of-Traelion Engines. We'manufacture and havt In stock Deep Well Pumps. Roll Grinders and Plate Grindsrj. G. KISCIIELL Lessee of the Lelhbrldgo Iron Worki. WILL SELL BY PUBLIC AUCTION On THURS. NEXT AT 10.30 A.M. ON THE PREMISES :J412 Slh Strcd South (next Kuox C'lmiTli) ASSEMBLAGE OF SUPERIOR HOUSEHOLD clfecls incliKUnc: llan'dAoinc 3-plece ninhoEany parlor .'suiiV; mahofiany ovnl ot-'cnsloual lablc; sin.ill tnaliugiiny stand; two goqJ ryinllty carpel squares, niigston oak Hbrary lahlc; eccrctalrc; solid oak rocX-cr; oak boodkshplvcs; wicker Itiutigc- cleclrtc roadlug lamp; two cuiigolcuni rugs, lieids Mill) springs ami felt mallresses; while drcascrs and Bland; onk dresser; two fraincrt bevelled set 6 sjjlendld oak oak exlcnJInif illning tnlilc; soUtl liiitfcl; child's wicker high chair; refrlger- albrj vvfifie enn'.i.elled (able; quanlily stair, rarppllns; new machine In perfect order; A-holo Koolcnny ranjjo; washing riiachlrre; w'ringeKt; kflchen utensils, .etc." BE OFFERED SUBJECT TO" A RESERV3 HEiriTZMAN'UPRJGHT GRAND PIANOFORTE IN MAHOGANY CASE IN EXCELLENT ORDER. TERMS AUCTION SALE OF I IVfT JLil V Hi CslEP.ty. Oci. 15. Holding lliat Ihere was no erfdtince to support Ilie thirgc, llr. Justice ilcCarthy this j niornlnK directed liie jury in tils assizes to acquit J. B. Merrlam of High Hive [of manslaughter. His Lordship [ur I thcr observed that there wns no au I iborily under charsn could be laid. .-The charge resulted f from the 'death last year ol Mrs. Pas- tro Limoges of High who was an occupant ol a motor car whlcn Mcr- riam was driving and whlcu collided wilh the pier in the First street.east subway during a blinding snowstorm, 5Irs. Limoges, sustaining ta.lul Inlurlea In Ihe smash! THE UNDERSIGNED'WILL SELL BY PUBLIC AUCTION, ON FRIDAY, OCT. LOth At the Fatni of C. Ritler, on the S.W. yt of 19-11-21 Seven Miles North of Commerce, the Following described live stock: 175 HEAD Or .MIXED .CATTLE Including one registered Shorthorn Bull, 3 years old, and abotiij Iwenly choice. milch. cowg. 25 HEAD OF HORSES Including the black Perchercn Stallion "McKlnley" weight 1975 IDS. FREE LUNCH AT NOON. SALE TO. START AT TEN O'CLOCK. TERMS CASH. Fi. A. JOHNSTON, B. C. TALBOT 4 SONS 0. E. RITTER, Auctioneer. Owners. AUCTION SALE OF Farm Stock Implements On Tuesday, October 23rd COMMENCING AT ONE O'CLOCK On IheN. ol 21-10-22, 4 miles north west Commerce, (he following: 1 brown inRrc, Bgo u years, about 1300 Iti.; 1 black mare, age 5 years, about 1300 Ibs.; 1 bay mare, age 5 years, about HOO 1 bay maro, age 5 years, about 1200 Ibs.; 1 bco-nn horae age c> years, about 1100 1 grey horse, age 7 years, about Hfif) Iba.; horse, age 11 yearn, nLout HOO 1 red cow, a years old, In 1 red htlTer, Z years old, In calf; 2 spring calves; 1 lierfc- Bblre sjbw and 5 pigs; 1 John Deere binder, 8 tl. cut, Ing blMer, S it; 1 McCormlck mower; 1 hay rake, 10 tl; I Van Brunl s'-Drllf, 18 i disc harrow; 1 John Deere.suUt? plow, 16 In.; 1 walking plow; 1 1 and box, In. nkcln; wagon complete, In. skein; Z sets ot heavy work harness; 1 set of plow harneasf.-icicral eiira I D Laval creatn ehorelsr chains aba'many other articles. AT 12 O'CLOCK 3ALE AT 1 O'CLOCK teRiiis CASH -iWM, KA3T W. L. Owrtir. i Farm Sale and Live Stock, _ Got. iccupicri the attention ol Ihe Protest- ant Ministerial Association at Us meeting today, when a rccommcnda- lion Ihe executive.CGramittce Ihat the ffovemmenl be ashed to iwrmlt. un- circul.itlon of Ihe banned book debated al considerable length and finally defeated by a raa- ]orilr ol one vote- "II the book contains true stale mcnls tl is conanlice'lo keep H froni Ihe Raid Dr. Bouman Tucker, "if ihe facts are exaggerated there In let ua judge the matter for oursekca." Dr. Tucker expressed ihe that the liquor Interests were largely responsible for "the suppression o: "The Fiddlers." Rev. Geotge Adam am Her. Koberl Johnston opposed the res ohillon. necessarily suffer realrlc lion In limn of said Dr. Johns ton'. "As an association of ministers we should gravely consider whether we are strengthening or weakening those In authority by giving our sup port to euch 9. resolution." Southern Alberla Is today cxperlcnc Ing (ta first anow and aloet storm ,o the fall season. Rain and wel slcc began to fall shorfly after nine o'ctoc here, flcporta received by the C.P.T from various points In (he south fntl caled that Lethbrldge waaUTI CallCor helt for It tras anowlnk olrnoftt ov crywhcro elae, Medicine Hat had tw Inches of snow early Ihls morning Tliero was heavy anow at Wlnnlfrcc Card a (on was In (he gnow heH whc pcoplo there got up IhU mornlns. Ca I'arkJanfJ ant) oilier points nor I all reported pnow. The Crows' N'ea had Ha first toucb 6f 9o th6 farmera were happy, the me chants were happy, ann" the coal me were happy except those who hav back orders pllcrl up on (heir flics II they get blue In Lhe face looking r, I them. f57 Get Behind the Wheel of a Ford and Drive it just once! Ask your friend to let you "pilot" his car I. jon ah opeii stretch. You'll like it, and will be surprised how -i- easily the Ford is handled and driven. If you have never felt the thrill of driving your own car, there is something good'in store for you. It is Vastly different from just a passenger. And especially so if you drive a Ford. Young boys, girls, women and even of driving Ford cars and enjoying it. A Ford stops and starts in traffic with exceptional ease and srhbothness, while on country toads and hills its strength and power show to advantage, Buy a Ford and you will want to be behind "the wheel" constantly. Runabout Touring THE UNIVERSAL CAB -Sedan F. 0. Ii'. ONT. 970 FORD GARAGE A. P. VEALE, Warner Dealers, Lethbridge Z, N- SKOUSON, Raymond ;