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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 17, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE Sif TIIF. JIKII.M.II .VKDXKSOAY, OCTOHER 17, 1917 APPLES, ORANGES, FIGS mm Are Tte Far Frits Used In is the only neOicinfi in.tlio .world .hit La maJa from lie juices of fruits. Thus, it ismaniTesUy unfair to say, "1 won't Uto because I tried other remedies and they did iro no On tip other haad, the fact fiGtn inJJtfXvrld, is juflwliv you sJioultlgircilflfiir trial, in any trouble of Ilie Stoffiirh, Liver, jruffcls-, KiJneys or Stui. "Fruit-a- entitle gr safest fifn-stoniffifr tire, 25c. At all dealers or ben by tire.-; SHST? VANCOUVER HOTEL BARRON FIRST CLASS. 500 luxuriously fur- nished rooms. One from L'.P.K. Hotel, in lie heart ot l lie better tarter aiopi SPECIAL AGENTS, 11 J. D. Higlnbathzrn Co., Ltd. Montreal, Oct. ajjourued nnuunl meeting of the Granil Trunk Pailfic Hallway company was helJ at the general offices, McGlll street. 10- Oay. In reviewing thti rcaulls for '.he vasL year, tbc chairman, Alfred Smith- said U was gratlfrluf Io uule au _ roveineul, slihousb. much remains to be accomplished before the proper- i ty could be on a. self suslaimbg basts. Tbis coudiiiou. however, could'only be ihe uatuml result of CDiistrucling 'lines of Imnsportation through hlther- i to unsiMtled ami undeveloped country, 1 aud was the lilMory of all other (raas- port ail no ilnes. It was therefore en- couraging to note niarkeJ improve- ment iit ihesc conditions from year to j year as Ihe advent of Ihfc railway hnd opening of almost unlimited natural re- Mr. Smithcrs presided and thc'tol- liwing and officers ple'cted for the ensuing year: Sroithers. Sir H. M. Jackson, John A. CluUou-Brock, William Lawrenrc Young, Howard G. Kelley, E. J. Chamberlih, II. Aril- ley, Frank Scott. H. Blggar, HOD. R. Dandurand, William Molson Slac- J. E. Dalrymple, Peter Mc- Ara and J. B. Eraser. G. Uelley, presi- dent; P. Hlnton, vice president anJ general manager; H. .vice president acd general counsel; J. K. DaljTi'inyle, "vice ptesidonl-; FTank ScottT vice president and treasurer; Henry secretary; W. H. Ard- ley, comptroller. Clilcago. Oct. Hie conl strike Is settled ten Java busl- In Clitcago wlfl be paralyzed, ac- (ordlof to a niailc today by Fred Uphaw. iiresldeul ot the larg- est coal company, in the cKy. "There Is less lLan leu days' .supply In .flic Your Phoiois] Always an Acceptable Xmas Gilt..--. It is iHe only thing your friend can't buy. It's tims now lo have them made. Let us show you tlie class of work we produce; We have made no increase In prices this year and will noL Allison Photo Studio Balmoral Block, Filth SL s. FRANK WADDINGTON PUBLIC AUCTION AT JILS AUCTION ROOMS FRIDAY NEXT, OCTOBER 19 AT 10.30 A.M. A QUANTITY HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE The properly of a gentleman leavlns the city anil Including: Set solid oak dining chftlra, leather seated ground extending (lin- ing taltla; handsome morrfa chair misalon oak; mfeslon oak lounge rocker; oak TVickers; meTiogtnr bccaslonal labJo; library table; very Hue mahogany a fine quality carpel gmall V.llchcn table; ilUben chain; braes mounted GOODS ON VIEW THURSDAY, P.M. 'TERMS CASH -PHONE What Is apparently developing into a .serious situation has been called io Ihe alleaUoa ol The Edlth Uarkley, president of (he Great War Lethhndge branch, In a lelter In states that mauy soldiers' families in'LelhbrJdge are being forced out ol their homes through Inability to pay "rents which have been Increased, or through their houses being sold to purchasers ytio tvfsh (o occupy Airs, .Barlilcy io The Herald as follows: To the Editor ot The Herald: Dear would like Io call your alentlon to what I think is a. very serious matter, end In which 1 think It Is high If me lor some public ac- tion.. Many soldiers' wives and fam- ilies In this city are being forced to give .up their homes because- they cannot pay the.increased rents aafced or because the'nouses arc being sold over their heads. Thla course, the, result of present 'I realize, "but It certainly does not seem right and just lhat the families ol men who are risking their lives for us at Ihe receive so I little consideration at the hands of Ihe public that they are forced from city, iud no coal Is comics said ng today the Klllsoti Mill- Co. start running SI Lours a day., This Is iiidlcullve of Iho demand for flout; And the iirosperlty of this section of thu couutry. Tbe conjitaiiy vjll tavo continuous power from Ibe rlly until the end It the uioulu. At- ter tbat. when the whiter load OH the electric department, leaves but a row ranrgiu lu the cvealnss dtiia S to 11 o'rloik, the ul.iut rosy hnve io bo sbut down durlug thoso hours, but Iho company aims to run the mill every hour power Is available- So far, It Is underwood. Ibe local mills have not received any definite orders us to the price at vrhloh stand- ard grades ol flour be so1tl.vTests as to costs are being tuade in all Can- adian niJDs anil fixed flour costs may be announced uy the end of October FAVORS THE GOVT. Torouto, McMartlH, of Cormvali, n ii-ell knowu' man and Liberal candidate for the riding of Glengarry. Elated that be was Leartlly in favor of union government, wlilclt lias jusi been formed at Ollawu. He considers n strong aud able .cabliiet auJ jnc that should command the confidence pf the people. Oct. Press Ottawa correspondent says: "Tbe question of removing the provision against the manufacture and Importation of'oleomargarine Is being seriously considered at Ottawa today. Indications arc that one ot the first actions of the uewly constit- uted government nil! be to order-in-council permitting its manu- facture at least-and probably also permitting Us Importation." RECOVER BIG Washington, Oc-t. rev- enue agents have reported that ons of the aueclal fox oT per cent by munitions manufacturers lave totalled so far npproKlmalcly JlT.nOO.OOD. More than of dial sum already has been recov- ered by the government. WINNIPEG SHORT OF COAL. Wesnlng'.ou, Oct. rail- roads today asking tho interstate commerce commission, for temporary 'xnclal rcl lef (Jirougb certain 'reJgbt rate Increases gare notice bat formal applications for general Increases of an eiteuiied nature soon would be ashed. Winnipeg, Oct. o( a coal shortage has resulted in a itampede of Winnipeg fuel COTJ- panici offices. Somt are said to be weeks behind in their deliverlei. MAY TAKE DUTY SHEEP. 'iimipeg; Oct. Hon. V. Winfc- minister of agriculture for Mani- toba, has received a reply from the new minister of agriculture. Hon. T. in reference Io the-reqnesL that the duly be removed from sheep from Montana, so that Manitoba far- mers may' purchase breeding Mr. Crurar says iic has taken the matter up with Ihe minister of cus- toms and that he will do what be can. PROHIBIT FLAX EXPORT. innipeg, Oct. flash came through frpm New York to a local ccmmtESlon house today to tte effect (hat was prohlbltiog the export of flas from all British [wssesslons, including Canada. 'MUCH SNOW IN MOOSE JAW Moose Jaw, Sssk.. Oct. Inches ol snow fell in the city dur- ing- the past twenty-four tiours- WANT RELIEF. '-G. T. EARNINGS. Montreal, Oct. Trunk raffle earnings from October S to 14 In crease Blooming Cheek a Sparkling Eye assured to Girls daily try Glass of JL Alf Kinds of Repaired Kwker Orates and (.'ears for All Kinds of Ti'iidiim Engines. We manufacture and hive In jtock Dtef Well Roll Grlndcn and Plate Grlndtri ot Iht Lelhbrldoo Iron Works. for Nerves take ABBEY'S -VITA TABLETS 60 Cents a HBP 14 It1 Through Ihe coutlesy or Mr. KirUy. who has nalrlollcallv placcil toai room at IHcir the Alexander! Gall chapter I.O.D.E. lie 111 charge i ot Iho tea rooms on Suliirday nflcr-i noon. Tills Jay Is bclug colcbratcil ns Tratalenr pay.jSlnce lliat day (alls on Sundoy tliis j-enK A (as day will also fce hplrt on Saturday for the benefit ol the l-O.D.K.-j-sir TundJ. It Is ViopcJ listt these as largely n; tronlicd as vosstbic. LABOR AGENCY With our organization we are better prepared than ever to supply your labor require- menu. We still have plenty of Farm Lahor arriving daily. men for the bush. We are Uteri ed by the Government too and In- spected by the Government." No malter what your labor re. quire me Ms may be we can give satisfaction. On- lists we have several married couple to go on farms, WRITE Oft'PHONE US The ttcsistay Agency Lclhbrldge Phane 545 P. O. Box 256 Gall Stones REMOVED IN 24 HOURS ttnmuT UT POT WUTEVEI INDIGESTION. 'Stomacli ilid Uvef Disorders. Appendlcllls, Pcrllunllls, and Kldnej'. Stones are often caused by .Gall which Is a dangeroua complaint and misleads persons to bo- lleve Lhnl they'have alomach trouble chronic dyapepsla and IndigestioD, til those .bad attacks ot Gall Stone Colic appear, then they realize what la tbe trouble. A'lnety oui -ot eyery bundred persons vLo ttifs Gall Stones don't knmy It. Procure todaj- and. aTOid in operation. Can be ohlalned at'. JACKSON t CO.. Lethb'rldgi, Albcrti J. W. MARL.ATT t. CO, Ontario St., Toronto, Onl. THE NEW LUNCH ROOM Confectionery ami Itc Cream Parlor NOW OPEN v SPLENDID MENU AND TRY US. Tht Alexandra Confectionery HOTEL BLOCK Moment "Pape't Olape Reachci the 'SlcTiach All Do eome roods you cat ulL hack good, but work badly: ferment Io poll huDllug I Inlo ilubbora lumpa and CAUSC a BICK, Xnow ot one casg In whfcfi a womin iVow, Mr. t-r 'hose husband .end three sons arc at the front, being forced 'her home because. U had been sold DTtr her head and she bas he en un- able to find another home as yet. i Another case 1 may cite la thai of a soldier's family whcwc rent was In- creased from to ?2D fend i they were of course, unable to meet I the art vanned rent, as tlii allowances for soldiers' fa ml [tea am cxfremcly and not calculated to meet Mrs. Ihh down: dlxeats ev-rytlilns, leailnj DotblnE to aour und upset you. Therft Mveir waa anylhlng ao safely quick, so csrUlnly effectlre. No difference bov badly aloenacii la die ordered you set happy re.lfe; In fire mlnutea, but what pleases'you mdst tbtt it Rtrencllieni and resu.'ales your efom- ch so you can eat your ft TO rile foods without fear. t Moat remedies give you relief some- arc but not sure. least Until their oirn prolectprn came from the Ironl anil arc able Io care o[ them? This Surely la 1 only what owing to them from the I public. I fcnow- of many a hovel In (lie ell) abandoned Jong ago as use- now being occujiUd ID a faahlon by P old I era' families because 'hey have no other home, f wouM thank rou place fhti ler before the public In your col irnnJ. Youra very truly, t >frE. Edith Uaffcley. Vou ft el different ae won ma "Pipe'n DJipepaJn" comes In contadl with Ihe jual stomach'gels LET US ATTEND TO' YOUR HEATIHO apparatus now. You cannot tell you'll need (I BeUcr have It rfiidy for me any time. We are ready to Install steam or hoi water heating. Guarantee to do 'the vroVk thoroughly and to chHge you what you'll Have to admit Is only a an under present -day condl. lions. Walker PLUMBING, HEATINO AND GA.SFITTINQ Phone 621 4th Ave. S IS OVERSUBSCRIBED IVsihlngltm, Ocl, United Slates government's latest offer of ccr- tlncales of Indebtedness, Al fdur.per cent, has been oversubscribed. WOMEN TRACK HANDS, llarrlshurf, Penn., Oct. track hands made their first appear- jance on' tho northern division 'of Che I Pennsylranlfl llallroaf? today, Some them will do Ihe work of men In j repairing ilnusual condition of tno jtracki, while others will lie paid as kcepcra, work, being Io keen swllcli clcined and oiled. belchtnE. no eructadoni of undlgettcd food, your head cleirs ind you feel fine, j Go noirr make the heal InmttnenL you crer uiBiIe, by getting a large cent case of Dfapepsln from any drug store. You realize In Mve ralnute-i bow needle" IL le to ulfrr from Indigestion, or any atomach FARMLANDS Of the Hudson's Bar Company Calgary and Edmonton Luii Co, CITY AND FARM MORTGAGES The H. Macbeth Agency AUCTION SALE "OF 75 CATTLE Acting under Instructions from COULTER MILLAR .Who are nolllnfi their brccillne stock t will offer for aalo, on Sat. Oct 20 Rt Old Citizens' Taiwr Aloul 75 head ol high class covi-s, and calvca. CoW.i and liclfcre aro bred to rcBlstcr- whllo faced build ol breeding. Tlmso desirous of pur- chasing good breeding atorV; will do veil (o allcnd Ihla sale.' Remember the date, Oct. 20lh. Termt Bate at 1 o'clock. E, B, TAINTER, Clerk W. A. PORTEOUO, Auctioneer PUBLIC; SALE HAVING "SOLD OUR FARM .WE wfl-L SELL WITHOUT SEC- 9- TP. 8, HG. 20, NINE MILES SOUTH EAST DFVETHBRIDGE, AND NORTH OF WILSON, OCT. 24th, 1917 Beginning at ten o'clock sharp the following property, tc wll: .7 OF Eleven head heavy brood marea, eight of which hnve'colta by sfdc.-These Biaro arc bred io a good I'ercliercn etalllon nntl ten o' lliem supposet] to be in foal. Four geldings; one sadftlti und tlrlvlne mare, six years old, works nny placo_, a liandy marc; "oae, Percheron Stallion, live yenra old, weight 1900 Ibs., a gnwl one; seven Iwn- ycars (lilies; three yearlings, t-wo rilllca; eigol weanlings, four rillfpsy: -J OF Twenty cows jvllli calves by side; 1 guotl milch cow, frcsli In August; one, dorX roan bull, Intllan Chlcr, born October good one; forty yearling Uelfers; forty 2- year old steers, FARMING IMPLEMENTS f .Two Wclier wogons, 1 with 150 buahcl grain lank; atorm buggy; 3 grain rtrilU; 3 lilndcrs (ZMcCormlclvs anrt 1 John 2 'discs'; smoothing harrows; spring toolL cultivator; sub surface.packer; onc-horso culllvator; (ank beater; pump; some 1" coniftfbun 3 iloublg seta work harness; double Vet driving harness; Gfngic scl driving harness; saddle antl bridle; aliovtla; power horse nud many other artfc'les too numerous to rAcntlon. V. HOUSEHOLD AND KITCHEN neiVale.-vds, springs, dressers, tunics, chairs, ruga, G-hole range '.wfth reservoir end warming ovon, dlshea 'and all kitchen washing maclilnc, 4 VVYANOOTTE DOZEN TERMS CASH FREE LUNCH W. H. CORRY GOH G. H. FRANK WADDINGTON WIL'.'SELL BY PUBLIC AUCTION TOMORROW AT 10.30 A.M. ON THE'PREMISES 112 SHi (Street South (iic.xt Knox Chiirieh) AN AS9EHBLAOE OF SUPERIOR HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE Aniltrfecls Including; HnndEOino 3-pIece- parlor suite; mahogany mil occasional Cable; small mahogany slant; two eoort quallly carpel squares, 5x12; mlfcslon o.ik llbr'nry Ifthla; mlialon oak secretaire; jolM oiK rocker; oBk lioodkshciyesj nicker rocker; lounne'; reading lamp; tv.o ccngrjleuin rags, 6x5 ea6li; braes mounlcd beds wlttijtrirlnge and fell mattresscB; tiriamciled tireasbrA and atand; oak dresser; .two. frantcd mirrors; EC: c splendid oak, dfnefa; Mtefidfni .dining Inhh; soldi oak corablnollon Imffcl; child's wicker lilgti chair', refrlger- alor; white enarnclled uSlc; alalr now Will- sc-wlng rnachlno In psrfecl order; <-hole Kootcnay ranga; waihlng machine; wrlngorn; ktlchen ulemlln, clc..- THERE WILL ALSO BE OFFERED SUBJECT TO A RESERV3 HEINTZMAN UPRIGHT GRAND PIANOFORTE IN MAHOGANY CA3E IN EXCELLENT ORDER, TERMS CASH ;