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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - October 16, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta jTHE LETHBRIDGE daily HP.rald general increase For -Dependents of Soldiers- Send Long Resolution to Sirilobert Borden of Ibe amount ot scpRralion allowoHce \vhlcli is a very jiist claim an.t-chesfer County Hospital.-says: "Thousands of people suffer from iron deficiency but do not know what to take- There is nothing: like organic iron-Xuxated Iron, to .enrich the blood, make beautiful, healthy women, and strong, vigorous iron men. To make absolutely sure that mypatients get.real organic irsMi and not some form of the metallic variet5', I always prescribe Nuxated Iron in itsoriginai pack- . ages. Nuxated Iron will increasethestrengthandenduranceof weak, f nervous, run-down folks in two weeks' time inmany instances." MakuMctcreie'Xote: Nuxattd Tron rf commtndcdt above Iiy Dr. SulliTan can be obtained from anv good druggist wit'' mthout a physician's prescription on an absolute manufacturers' guarantee ot success or nioney rciunded. 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, S � pttriolio dul)--noless ttiaa an economic one-to make old woollens last as lon^ a� passible in order to release the wool so much needed by our soldiers. This ntesos uaini! that purest, surest, and gentlest of all cleansers- ' Sunlight Soap It washes without rubbing, twisting, or wrenchinit the clothes. It's a wonderful work ssTer as well as � clothes sarer. Use Suniight next wash day and see for yourself. LBVER BROTHER.S LIMITED TORONTO 3 .Oiivid Smith. 732 12th Street North.! received word this morning that Fie. I Uohert Smith, of the Mounted Ritle-.; had been wounded iu iha spine and j is seriously ill. j 1 The mailed lists report '.he follow- j I ing casualties: ' ' Pte. Gus Silander. enlist?;>l at Cran-j brook, next of kin. Sweden, wounded. Pte. Reginald Allen, taken on the strength at Coleman, next of kin Peter .\llen. Rose Deer iijiue, wounded. Pte. Harold Arnley Orsten, of Enchant, wounded. >. Pte. Richard N'orton McLean, brother of -Alelville McLean, FOromost. wounded. Pte. Thos. Kiltie, taken ou strength at Lethbridge. next of kin. Sootluu.'. wounded. Corporal Thos. F. Po'rstoii. joined up at Cranbrook, father lives at Victoria. B. C. dangerously ill and wounded. Pte. .\lfrod Clark, enlisted at Pin-eher Creek, next of kin. England, wounded. Pte. Geo. Martin Gleghorn, enlisted at Fernie, next of kin. England, wounded. Pte. Roderick McLennan, enlisted at Lethbridge, next ot kin, Jlrs. Mary McLennan. Dalkeith. Out., ditugerous ly ill and wounded. Pte. \Vm. Henry Lewis, of Cran- i brook, wouKtled. | Pte. Patrick Kearns, enlisted at i Lethbridge, next of kin. Ireland, 1 wounded. - I Pte. Sidnej- Reeve, enlisted Leth- ] bridge, next of kin. England, shell ] gas. i i Pte. Ja.?. Scott, of the Engineers, j enlisted Lethbridge. next of kin Scot-;___, land, died o� wounds, August 30th. 1 ~ ' ' Pte. Noe Mongeon. whose sister | Council Sees Some Objection in in, Pino.her Creek, has been I per over hooltaxes lives wounded. Gunner Jolvn Robert McKay, son of .Tohn P. McKi(y. rt nchev. near Warner, has been wounded. - Pte. John Crow Chief, of the Blood Reserve, has been wounded. Pte. Clayton Bishop, so.i of Orra Bishop, Enden, lias been wounded. Pte. Cleveland L. Goulding. taken on strength at Macleod, next of kin. Holland, Man., wounded. Proposal to Tax $4.00 Minimum five new cases of spanish flu i Two Pneumonia Cases Are Reported-M. H. O. Watcliing Epidemic Closely Spanish flu' Is increasing slightly in the city. Five new cases have been reported, bringing the total up to 50. It is understood two cases of pneumonia have developed. Xo further move has "been made to j close theatres or public meetings, but M. H. O. DeVeber is watching the epidemic closely and has the support of the provincial health department in I any action he may' deem proper to ! combat its spread. Arrangements have been made by the city council tor a conference with the two school boards of the city relative to the proposal to enforce the school ordinance amendment granting the right to tax ratepayers and non-ratepayers alike a minimum of ?4.00 per annum for school purposes. The council sees no difliculty so far i^s non-taxpayers are concerned, but in the case of taxpayers there is  a { different opinion. The example of a I man owning u lot assessed at |150 is �j quoted. On this he pays about ^.2,5 I school taxes per annum. If the school j taxes are raised to $4.00 per aimum ! fear is expressed that many owners bt [ outside property would have an additional Incentive to throw their property back on the city's hands. This phase of the proposal will be present-i ed to the school boards at a meeting next Wednesday afternoon at 2.30. The city has set aside certain lots at the public cemetery to be used as ITHODIST CONFERENCE LECTS NEW OFFICERS Toronto Pastor Succeeds Late Dr. Griffin as Treasurer of Superannuation Fund. There was never a time when the sacrifices and the help of women were mor? appreciated than at the' present time. Women should learn war-nursing and nursing at home.- There is no bettet waj' than to study the new edition of the " Common .Sense Medical Adviser"- with chapters on First Aid, Bandaging, Anatomy, flygiene, care of the Sick, Diseases of VVomen, Mother and Babe, Marriage-to be had at some drug-storea or send .50c. to Dr. Pierce, Courtwrigjjt St., Bridgeburg, Cjntario. If a woman suffers from weak back, nervousness or dizziness-if pains afflict ., , , , her, the best tonic and corrective is one Hamilton, Out.. Oct. IG.-At last made up of native herbs, and made wiih-evening's session of the Methodist I out alcohol, which makes weak women general conference. Rev. Dr. William ; ntrong and sick women well. It is tlie 1 ! Sparling, of Hamilton, was elected i prescription of Doctor Pierce, u.sed by him j fraternal delegate from the confer- Jn active practice many j^ears and now' ence to the Wesleyan genera) confer- sold by almost every dnipgist in the land, ence at Great Britain and Rev. Dr. T. I 'i liquid or iu tablets. Send Dr. Pierce, Albert Moore, generatsecretarv of the | Buffalo, N. Y., 10c. for trial pkg. Dr. confeieiice. was elected delegate to the I P'erce's Plea.^ant Pellets are ato best for g�nerH! conference of the Methodist i ^'^^'^o^'^"''""'''^- Episcopal Church of the United States. ' Other elections were Rev. R. J. D. ! Simpson of Toronto, general secretary} of the superannuation fund;.H. C. ! Cox, treasurer; Kev. .1. W. graham, i of Victoria College, clerical -feecretary of-the educational fund. ; Resunfing the debate on the report ot the committee on Sunday s^chools, and young people's societies, ibe conference adopted the recommendation ! that; the revenue of the Sunday school 'board be derived from the various dis-j tricts, two per cent, ot the minister's salary being set as an objective. A recommendation providing the missionary donations from the Sun-j day school be taxed 3 per cent, in fa-i vor of the Sunday school fund was de-' feated. I The confererice yesterday afternoon I dealt with several important problems. ' Among-other things it was decided to launch a campaign to raise $l,.=)00,00i) for the endowment of the Methodist church in Canada to increase the ministerial assessment from 3 to 4 per cent, and to amalgamate the superannuation aud supernumerary funds. It was estimated that |150,000 M-puld 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- I ly to send the following telegram to ' Sir Arthur Curi-ie: "The general conference of the Methodist church gives heartfelt thanks to you and youh c.'fieers and men who have never failed to reach iheir objectives, neve^- lost a position, helped to brepjt *^:e Hun and given Canada a me.-..-:'_^'- tcrength StralUrd, Onl.-"T)T. Pierce's Favorite Prer Bcription waB a great help to me. DuriiiR an expectant period I boearnc all run-down, weak and nervo'js and could not cat-wap naueeated. T (ii�o Buffered with backachea. 1 waa a complete wreck and WR.1 down aick in biiti^ when I be^aD, taking . "Favorite Pre-Bcription.' I Boon commenced to feel fltrongei and it finally restored me to health and I could do all my work and felt fine- 1 had practically nofluHferineaud my baby wasfltrong �nd bealtliy.-.Ur�. ThoTnai Burleigh, aOeSrie St. Have You Bilious Attacks? Chamberlain Tsblets keep the liver right up to normal all the time-and that's why they are so effective in cure of Stomach Disorders, Fermentation, Indigestion, and all ailments which are the old reci|iK ifbr makinK coupfh syrtip %i lioiftc'. - It. is 'simple,and chesp 'to make, but it really has no c(|ual for prompt results, ft lakes. ri;;ht hold of A: coufth and jtivf^s immediate relief, ustially atopitihfir an ordinary coufch in 24 hours or frtt. Get 2Vi ounces of Pincx (50 cents worth) from anv dnifHrist, pour it into a l�-oz, bottle, and ndUTplain granulated sugar syrup to make 1(1 ounces. It you. prefer, use clsrifled molaigcs, honey, or corn syrup, instead of BUpur ircriip. Either way. it tostfft pnod, keeps jicrr fcptly, and last* a family a long tinop. Its truly Dstoiiialiiiiji: how quickly if; nets, ponctrafinR tUroucU �v�ry air pas-eajjc of the throat ana liin)r�-loosees and rAi.othC8 and heals the mcmbrHnes. and pradually but surrl.v the nnnoyinir throati, tickle t^nA drcadeci couch disappear entirely. IvotBinir belter for bronchitis, spasnridio croup, whoopinc cou^h or bronchial asthma. Pines U a special aitd highly concentrated compound of ftenuine Norway pine cxtruol, known the world over for its hcaMnv. effect on,the luethbranns. Avoid disapDointinent bv askinR your druggist for ounces of Pincx" with full directions and ^n'fc accept anything else, Guiir,';ntced to jrivft absolute satisfaction or monry promptly refunded. The Pincx Co., TorontOj Cat. LIVING ROOM FURNITURE BEDROOM FURNITURE CHILDREN'S DEPT, DRAPERIES CROCKERY DEN & LIBRARY FURNITURE DINING ROOM FURNITURE 'WINDOW SHADES CAf^PETS LINOLEUM 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 FORNITURE, whether it be,a complete suite or an odd piece, yoii will 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 hav^. the pleasure of showing you our stock, you will find it a pleasure to look over it. For the living room may we suggest one of our tapestry upholstered stuftover suitos, consisting of a Chesterfield i;hair and rocker, guaranteed hair and moss filling over the host oil tempered springs, covered with the best tapestry in shades of rose jind blue. A large stock of complete suites, also odd chairs and rockei'^. 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 price and quality. The carpels are life cream of the weaver's art. Here you will find reproductions of Oriental rugs, remarkably true as to detail and colors, others in tlie more conventional designs. These were all selected for their beauty plus their hard wearing finalities at a range of prices within reach of all. We feature the Wilton, feeling confident that we can give you more for the money in that make than any other. We have them in all sizes from 4-6x7-6 up to 11-3x12. Priced from ... $22.00 to $135.00 Axminster Carpets in a full range of sizes, designs and colorings, fron $17.50 to $65.00. Brussells and Tapestry Carpets in all sizes from $ 14.00 to $60.00. Dmiog Room For the dining room we have a most represetit-atlve collection, Queen Annd ,pei^d design M'ith its graceful curves, the popular William and"Mary, the massive eohanial, all made from seiected. high grade lumber. If- it is a buffet only, an extension table or a set of chairs you will find It here and at prices that will suit all. j Solid Oak Dining Suites from. $ft.730 Solid Oak Buffets from .... $29.00 Solid Oak Extens'n Tables 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. Here you will find Walnut,^Mahogany, Red Gum In natural finish, White. Ivory and Old Ivory Enamels, all in complete sets. Odd dressers and 'Waahatands in oak, fumed or golden finish. One sui.t^ iJi particular we are proud ot, with its beautiful, vanity dresser, full length mirror In centre :\)ind two-, wing mirrors, the chlffol-ette in all its "completeness, full size bed, chair, and rocker'111 a very high grade old ivory finish. We offer this suite at a very low price quality considered. Complete Suite,......... $270.00 Other Suites priced from.. $87.50 up Stair Cai^et in all makes anid widths. From 50c to $4.25 yard. ;