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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - October 16, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE EIGHT TIIE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD WEDNESDAY,' OCTOBER 10, 1.018 For -Dependents of Soldiers- Send Long Resolution to Sir-Robert Borden of the amount of separation allowance! which is ii very just claim ;iuil u tea-1 scumble request on the government ' and the uoti-coinbatiuits of Canada. I and ; Re it further resolved Hint :t ropy I of this resolution be sent to Sir H. 1. I Borden ami all others who have the] separation allowance under their man-! ugenienl or jurisdiction. T CONTEST FOR BEST SPUO IS SERIOUSLY ILL M�ny Wounded Shown in Lat-  est Casualty Lists-Several Lethbridge Men- ' The city council is in favor of the l>ropos�I to grant Increased reparation allowances to dependent;" ot soldiers, and has passed the following resolution: Whereas there is no doubt about the cost ot living having increased in this vlty at least tlfty per cent, over what 1t, was when the separation allowance was fixed, and Whereas the standard set at the time th* separation allowance was fixed was that of "a decent living" figure, and Whereas we know from personal contact with soldiers' dependents that their present income from all sources, foldlers' pay. separation allowance and patriotic fund, is not tip to the .standard of "a decent Hviss " Therefore he it resolved th.i; this council heartily endorse the Next of Kin's campaign for a reconsideration I 'liivid Smith. 12th Street North. ! received word this morning that Pte. I Robert Smith, of the Mounted Hide-, had been wounded in ilie spine cud 1 is seriously ill. The mailed lists report 'he f.tlYw-' uik casualties: I'te. uus Silaiuler. onlis'ojl at Crau-brook. next of kin. Sweden, wont; led. Pte Heginald Allen, taken or. the i strength at I'oleman. neM of kin , ' Peter Allen, IJo.se Door njlne, vonnded. ! Pte. Harold Arnley Orsten. of Kn-' hoou Hros. ranch. It weighs around j chant, wounded, v 4t ounces, and is as hip as any yet re- j Pte. Kit-hard Norton McLean, bro-pnrteil. It w.is srow n on newly plow-j titer of Melville McLean. Foremost, oil prairie. i wounded. M'.s. K. Parian!, wife of Pte. i'iias. ; Pte. Tiios. Kiltie, taken on strength KarranL lias sent a sample of six that at Lethbrldge. next of kin. Scotl'tti,'. will he hard to heat They weigh an ! wounded. ' This is the time of year for the I great spud growing contest to he I staged. Who grew the b'.cgfst pot.i-jto? i If this contest continues til" Her ! aid editorial office will soon look like | the potato h,n in a wholesale vegetable warehouse, j Prom Olentvooih i1!-'1 has come a nion-| ster. grown by K. Savi.g- on the (.'a- average of about W. ,1. Williams two fiv. pounds each. Corporal Tlios. F. Porston. joined up miles south of :- RChester County Hosptta!.-says: "Thousands of people M-.rtcr from iron deficiency but do no: know what to take. There i- ,->�hi!ig lik^ o K organic iron-\u\atcd Iron, to enrich the blood, m.i'.;e beautiiul, healthy women, and **v.!C!,v-.'� ri-?.0, trial size At all dealers or fr6m l'niit-a-tives Limited, Ottawa. TORONTO .1 Mail. Kngffngc Iind Express Will He Carried on The New Trains As soon as'oritilpment can he ob-tidneil, and that will likely he thlf waek, theC .P.11. will establish mixed trains on the Cardston and Coutts branches, ns directeil In the recent order of the Railway Hoard. That was the statement at the general offices of the company today. It Is possible the new service will commence on Friday of this week, hut it is hardly likely to lie put into effect before Monday. 1'nder the new service mixed passenger and freight trains will run on u certain schedule leaving LethbrldgO for Cardston and Coutts. from the station platform, ijjj .Monday's Wednes- _______________days and Fridays, returning Tues- ( "= | days. Thursdays and Saturdays. On ! free military burial grounds. This has : the Catdston branch this will give a ' been done at the instance of the Ue- j daily service, and will also provide i turned Soldiers' Commission of the : mall, baggage and express service eV-; province. | cry day. I--Definite announcement of the scho- 1 Winnipeg housemaids are demand- dulo for the new service will be an-, ing a ln-hour day. ' tiounced within a couple of days. Famotu Old Recipe tor Cough Syrup Easily Mil rheftplr mad* at ttnai*, b�l It heat* them alt fat quick rnulli. Thousand* of hotuowlves have found that they ran save four-flflh* of the money usunllv spent for cough prepnra-ttonj.'bv uting this well-known old rrcini' for making couch s.vrup 'at hortle. It is simple and cheap to make, hut it really has no ei|iml for prompt restills. It lakes right, hold of fl. cough and given iinmrdiate relief, uBttallv stnpiiing aa orJinHrv eolith in 2-t Itotirn or U���. Oct iiVj ouiicob of Pincx (BO cents worth) from anv drungist, pour ii into n Itl-oz, bottle, and ndd plain Rranultited gitgnr s.vrup to make 10 cmntiea. If you prefer, use clarified molaisrs, honey, or corn syrup, instead of sugnr rvrttp. Either war. it tn'slns pr.od, keeps perfectly, and lasts a family ft IwifT time. Its truly iistomsliirijr how quickly it nets, prnct'ratinif tlirotiBh every air passage of the throat and lunirs-loosen* and rai�es the phlegm, anoUies and hraln the membranes, and gradually but siirrlv the nnnn.vinjr throat tickle ijnd drcadeii cough disappear entirelr. !Notbinjt belter for breneln'tii, spasmodic croup, whnopine cough or bronchial asthma. Pinax 1�" a epecial and highly roncen-irated compound of genuine Norway pino extraot, known the world over for its healing-, effect on the membranes. Avoid dieapmdntnwnt, bv asking rotir dnicpist for "S\i, ounces (if Pinrx' with full dirrctions and don't accept anything else. Otinr.-nteed to give, absolute pKtisfnction or moncv promptly refunded. The I'incx Co., Toronto, Ont. WILL CONFER OVER Council Sees Some Objection in Proposal to Tax $-1.00 Minimum AUCTION SALE On the Old Hereford Ranch, northeast quarter Sec. 15, Twp. 5, Rge. 21. , SEVEN MILES SOUTHWEST OF RAYMOND. 5 MILES SOUTHEAST OF WELLING, 5', MILES EAST OF MAGRATH, ON TUESDAY, OCTOBER 22 AT ONE O'CLOCK SHARP 1 pure-bred, registered Shire mare, 1600 lbs., age 4 years; 1 pure bred, registered Shire mare, 1400 lbs., age U years; l*bay team matched geldings, S years old. 33O0 lbs.; X bay mare, r, years old. 1S0O lbs.; 1 matched team black geldings, age 4 and h years. JSoo lbs.; 1 matched team bay mares, ages 6 -and 4 years, ^.son lbs.; 1 matched team bay mnres. ages S and G years. .'She lbs.; 1 buy mare, 7 years old, 1500 lbs.; 1 grey mare. 0 years old. Hoe- lbs.; 1 brown gelding. 4 years old. 1100 lbs.; 1 brown mare. S years old. 1200 lbs.; 1 grey mare, 7 years old. 130(1 lbs.; 1 grey mare, years old. 1250 lbs.; 1 bay gelding. 3 years old. VMi> lbs.: 1 brown mare. 4 year* old. 1150 lbs.; 1 bay mare. 10 years old. 1200 lbs.: 1 standaril stallion. Lord Roberts. ;t years old; 1, hay mare, .". years old, lion lbs.; 2 geldings. 2 years old; 1 pony; lo young cows. ?, to 4 years old; 4 young cows with calves at foot; 4 yearling heifers; ."! yearling steers. 1 wagon and box; 1 single disc drill; 1 John Deere gang plow; 1 Cockshutt sulky plow; l Success plow sulky; 2 hand plows; 1 grass and grain seeder; 1 democrat, 2 seats: 1 light buggy; 1 water tank; 4 disc harrows; 1 McCormick mower; - hay rakes; 1 wooden harrow, ti sections; 1 lever harrow, 4 sections; t'portable forge and blower; 6 sets of harness; 1 slip scraper; 1 power washer and engine; 1 refrigerator; 1 kitchen range; 1 gasoline stove; 1 cupboard. TERMS OF SALE.-25 per cent, cash, the balance 12 months' credit on furnishing approved Joint notes with 8 per cent, on all credit amount* or 8 per cent, off for cash.on credit amounts. FIVE NEW CASES Two Pneumonia Cases Are Reported-M. H. O. Watching; Epidemic Cosely Spanii-h tlu* Is increasing slightly > in the city. Five new cases have been \ reported, bringing the total up to .10. ; It is nndcrn'ood two cases ot pneumonia have develt.peu. No further move has been made to ! close theatres or public meetings, but-' M. H. (). DoVcber is watching the epi-j deniic closely and has the support of  the provincial health department in \ any action he may' deem proper to combat its spread. Arrangements have been made by the city council1 for a conference with j the two school boards of the city j relative to the proposal to enforce the i school ordinance amendment granting j the right to tax ratepayers and uon- j ratepayers alike a minimum of $4.00 j per annum for school purposes. I ; The council sees no difliculty so far . i as non-taxpayers are concerned, but  in the case of taxpayers there is a j .different opinion. The example of a| man owning a lot assessed at $Mu is t I quoted. On this he pays about M.'J.lj school taxes per annum. If the school i taxes are raised to 54.00 per annum fear is expressed thai many owners of outside property would have an addl-' tlimal incentive to throw their pro- ; perty back on the city's hands. ThU; phase of the proposal will he presented to the .school boards at a meeting : next Wednesday afternoon at 2.30. 1 The city has set aside certain lots | at the public cemetery to be used as j I ELECTS NEW OFFICERS] There was never a time when the. sac- j riftces and the help of women were mort I appreciated than at the present time. 1 Women should learn war-nursing mid; ' nursing at home. There is no licltei; way than to study the new edition of the | "Common Sense Medical Advi-er"- with chapters on First Aid, Bandaging, j 1 j Anatomy, llvgiene, care of the Sick,; ,, .... c Uiseasis of Women, Mother and Iialie, j loronto I'astor Succeeds Late I Marriage-to be had at some drug-stores-; Dr. (iriflin as Treasurer of or send aic.to Dr. fierce, Courtivrirfu.St., , I Bridgebitrg, )raham, of Victoria College, clerical secretary of- the educational fund. Resuming the debate, on the report of the committee on Sunday schools, and young people's societies, the conference adopted the recommendation ; that the revenue of the Sundtiy school board be derived ;'rom thft various ilis-tricts, two per cent, ot the minister's salary being set as an objective. ; A recommendation providing the , missionary donations from the Sunday school be taxed :i per cent. In favor of the Sunday school fund was defeated. I The conference yesterday afternoon dealt with several important problems. I Among other things it was decided to 'launch a campaign to raise $l,r>0u,00u I for the endowment of the Methodist j church in Canada to increase the mill. I isterlul assessment from .'! to I per i cent, and to amalgamate the superannuation and supernumerary funds. It was estimated that $l5u,000 would 1 be required to restore the Methodist churches at Halifax. The Methodist church of Canada will be asked to subscribe that amount. The conference decided unanimous-'� ly to send the following telegram to I Sir Arthur CurTie: ! "The general conference of the j Methodist church gives heartfelt . thanks to you and your- i/:iic.ers and men who have never tailed to roach j their objectives, nevey lost n position, helped to bre*.k ^.o Hun ami given. Canada u taW-i,' sold by almost every diUBgist in the land, in liquid or in tablet.-). Send Dr. Pierce, Buffalo, N. V, 10c. for trial pkg. Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets arc ai-o best Un liver and bowel trouble. .ItW/ord, "Dr. Pierrc'i Kav^rit^ !',�-flc-riptiuil was a grrat he\p in mr. Durjnu an expectant period I horamf, all riirwli,w:i. urate and nrrvoun und �uu)d not i-ut,-*uf lltttlH'TgO'd. I uUd Nul- for�-d with hutkat'tji-Ti. I �u* u complete wrpek I and whm donn eirlc In ( bfd-- wliftn 1 bi-xae / taking 'Favorite Pre-> Bi-ription,' I anon riuii-Itienced to feet fllrtingr! and it finally r*#torrd me to hralth and I..rould do all my work and felt finr. 1 hadprar* _ _____ ...........____...... _______ ........ and healtUy. - itri, 7/iamui IturUigh, ilOti^ru it. hadprar-ti'-allynoKurTpriiisand my baby waontronii �tif Have You Bilious Attacks? Chamberlain Tablets Steep the liver right up to normal all the time-�nd that's why they are so effective in cure of Stomsch Disorders, Fermentation, Indigestion, and 11 ailments which are the iors-runners of biliousness. Try them, 2Sc. a bottle Pruggis's and Dealers or by Mail. CbsmberUi*) MaJieias Co. Taroal* ? CHAMBERLAIN'S \BLETS . LIVING ROOM FURNITURE BEDROOM FURNITURE CHILDREN'S DEPT. DRAPERIES CROCKERY AWDEN ROS.^ 3RD AVENUE SOUTH, LETHBRIDGE PHONE 625 OEN & LIBRARY FURNITURE DINING ROOM FURNITURE 'WINDOW SHADES CARPETS LINOLEUM 1? As with the approach of the long night's one's thoughts are taken up with the question of how to make the HOME MORE HOME.Y. If it is FURNITURE, whether it be a complete suite or an odd piece, you will find it here, with a most complete stock to select from and at prices we feel can't be beat. If it is.a RUG for the floor, or DRAPES for the windows, we can't help but ask you to see our, stock before buying. We have, beyond question, the. best assorted stock of CARPETS and DRAPES ever shown in Southern Alberta, -and at prices that will save you money on any of your requirements. May we have the pleasure of showing you our stock, you will find it a pleasure to look over it. Living Room For the llvinj? room may we surest one i>> our tapestry upholstered stuffover suites, consisting of a Chesterfield ehulr und rocker, jjuar anteed hair and moss fillltiK over the best oil tempered springs, covered with the best, tapestry In shades of rose and blue. A largo stock of complete suites, also odd chairs and rockers, Complete Suites from......$200.00 Chairs and Rockers from, each $36.00 For any of above rooms you will find our selection hard to beat, both from the standpoint of prlco and quality. The earpols are tlfe cream ot (ho weaver's art. Here you will find reproductions of Oriental rugs, remarkably true, as to detail and colors, others in the more conventional designs. These were all selected for their beauty plus their hard wearing iiunlitles at a range of prlceH within reach of all. Wc- feature the Wilton, feeding confident that we can give you more for the. money in that make than any other. Wo have them In all niton from 4-6x7-0 up to 11-3x1:!. Priced from ... $22.00 to $135.00 Axminster Carpets in a full range of sizes, designs and colorings, from $17.50 to $65.00. Brussells and Tapestry Carpets in all sizes from $14.00 to $60.00. Bmimg Room For the dining room we have a most representative collection, Quoon Anno penipd desien with its graceful curves, the popular William and'Mary, the massive colonial, all inadu from selected high grade lumber. If, it Is a buffet only, an oxtonslon table or a set of chairs you will find Jt hern and at prices that will stilt all. Solid Oak Dining Suites from. $87.50 Solid Oak Buffets from......$29.00 Solid Oak Extens'n Tablet from $24.00 Solid Oak Dining Chairs from. $24.00 Bedroom The cabinetmaker's art Is truly represented hero. In all the popular woods and finishes. Hero you will find Walnut, Mahogany, lied Gum In natural finish, White, ivory ami Old Ivory Enamels, all in complete sets. Odd dressers and washstauds In oak, fumed or guidon finish, One suite In par. denial' wo are proud of, with its beautiful vanity dresser, full length mirror in contre _%nd two-wing mirrors, the chlffoVotto in all its ''completeness, full sizi! bed, chair and rocker In a very high grade old ivory finish. Wo offer this suite at tt very low price quality considered. Complete Suite ,.........$270.00 Other Suites priced from.. $87*50 up Stair Carpet in all makes and widths. From 50c to $4.25 yard. 75792?08 ;