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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 18, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta THURSDAY. OCTOBER 18, 1017 THE LETirBniDGE DAILT PAGI-: Don't SCOUR Your Teeth ITSE a tooth paste' Uwt deans and polUhw in a, natural wayr-get Meanen'iL (Fiom Our Owii Correspondent) MaRraUi, Oct.' I ni press We fun- eral services were, told today at 2 o'clock ID IbeO-lasralli Ward meetlne house over the remafna of 0. M. Pope) who deatb (a a most ter- Tlblo accident, while motoring from illackla to Iv wllh vlnclal In I S. ti, Dudlel, cauilQj lu contact with cotnp! a frlitteatil norse, ivhlle eo- poraloelalmli derive Ins al lao ot Iveatj mllci is act ol CanniU against the comianfet, they applied Tor aiid secured from tho magistrate- a stated caie of (he superior court of Saskatchewan en bsuc by way 9! ap- peal from the coovlctloaa. The third HjfpCRl la In an aclloii brought In the supreme court of Saskatchewan by cue Harm or, a shareholder ol the Mao- duiiali company. lor an Injunction to rcslralu HE company from carrying on business wi'l'oul being registered as required by the companies' act. peals In Ihe other cases were together tmd the Issue li about same, whether sections 20 auil 25 ol the act ot Saskatchewan are valid atnl lulra virus o( the vlnclal legislature In their application to the appellant companies, where cor- ed from lha com- MrannV ti tree froai pit ted cubEUncrt. Itthor- dtani the teeth and moves alaiai vul tmrtar, And then thcicb ih'e ftnh cool t after-tute that la so compiled with tic "diuggy" ofM many lUepven'jwilb itoripaod the bun'i fimrite, liuur. atler dark. Tho .spacious assembly hall was fitled to Hi capacity, which irhen COM- bidered vith the Jncleirenl Vvealher prevailing, acd H being e ic celt-day, .'bosyoke (ho high esteem held tor :'opo and ly tholr many s, flomo wbo camo from differ- ent parla of th pro vines .v Among those uvlii imtcld; points were Mr. 0. 11. Popo'a father and mother, from Logan, Utah; t sister, Mrs. Mary Ann Itawllns, 'of Cornish, Utah; Frccldenl Wood, Thoa. James Cahoou and BlBhojj Jamca.T. Cardston. Flowers j irere present In prolusion, given -by- friends and relatives. Ser- vices commenced hy a selection from the choir, un'ler (ho direction of Jas. ScM by Drerriita, If ccaVe la cbUlnlimdllj. Bind lend 70.1 a nc.-ijositnlijr conijinlrr noiich 10 roible you id Kive'ihJa Utplifiite trW." Wilfciohr. HAROLD 1QL KeCaul Bliecl, ToroMo 1ETOLEIED Preparing For Big Acreage Next Man Killed Jn 'Action tFror.i Our Own Corrc-spondent) Macleod, Oc Lolier past week, ha? given to the farmers (be prayer, James C'ahoon of Card- ston, [ollowctV uy a selcctton from Iho cot'tlcd, "Wanted on tho Oilier ._ _, O. Hrldgflj.enlltlcd, Moves lu o i desired fine weather, and many dur- Way. His Wonder i to t'cr- inB WCCk notslied threshing (heir '1317 crop, Ihe crop that wilt pass Jnlo history as having (tie largest per- centage of No. 1 grain, with (he high csl average price, (lie one (bat makes many, In fact all smile. It !-i Ibb year that many of our farmers, anfl through (hern the merchants, aro able to took the banker and loan company In the face, and feel that they are now owners of I heir >.ad and Block, From all parla of ibe district the Side." ThO9. Duce, of Cardsd Ihc first speaker, du'rlnfe Ills i remarks he paU glowfrg (rjbuto Lo tlia life A labors- of the deceased, and epoko wonla of condolement to bereared. lie fpt lowed by EusiJiie Dusliman. of Frankuurg, wlio Lore a forceful testimony on tho resurjecllon tnd spoKe of the desire the deceased same (s crops yerc loiter -hn (hiu wfl -eipeclcf, wc crfl nuw preparing 'or nest year's crap by ploughing, and llio expectation Is lhat ilacleod will In ]91S have a largar acreage under cultivation, ant! eeedcd than In any previous year. During tbo past week several Bales of lard have been completed at urlcea that are In every way Satisfactory to Ihe sDller, also largo sales of cattle ait A horses, which a inarkel price today lar In advance ol prcv lous years. Iiail of locctltig and staking the hand of his fattier upoa one occasion, on account of Ills father'having been per-, snnaMy acquainted and associated tlio rrophet Joseph Smllh, A Quartette was nest rendered by John Drldec, Netvcl Illch, Mrs. Irene Kvans aud Miss Alice Woolcy, enllll- ?'.L "Some TJnje We'll .Ijnrjcrslp.nd." F..W. Kmrc'nT Q life lonz'lrlcnd of llic Pope lamily, 'wdi cr. lie spoke ot tTie Integrity of the dc-ccascd, and spoke; pf hja associa- tions with the faftny'whkh corameoc- ed In John L. Gll'o words" qt com'orl to the relating Tan Incident that happened In the lifc'.bf a former presi- dent of the churcli, Illustrating Ihc fact thai' mortals do not know that which Is for the best, Calderwootl, one of Macleod'i boys at. the front Is reported wound He with (wo brothers caiae from Scotland a- tew years ayo, too! up land, and al tho lime of enlist meat was oit the land. He Joined tin C.M. H.P was In Calgary for, somo London, Oct. situation (n Serbia today Is summed up hi u com- munication received by tho British So- ____......._...............------ clallst parly from the Bxccdtiio com- Rnrt for 'tho way, the mllleo of (ho Scrhlan Socialists, .ft peopic Of Jiagratli'haa befrlendeil the entitled "Crossing the was UiiaulKulIy Tendered; Ijy James O. Urldfic and Mrs- Etva Hanger. President delivered Ihe con- eluding addrces. lie extended thanks wya; eran trans of our co Serbian population In Ihc por- untry .occupied by Aus- now' Ing (o official census figures published in tho official Journal" at 'Belgrade. Tho population normally ivould have been There Is, therefore, a re- duction of ner cent. The malo population has been reduced by 3S per ccnl. There are now In Serbia lit ivomen to 100 men, I "In .the occupied by Bul- garia Iho reduction In population la t "Dr. -OLokar Tllbar, the Austrian Ilolchsralh deputy, dcclnrediln the Vi- enna [parliament' In June 26: -'Serbia will, bul them will no longer be Serbs.' Ho said these words when protcstiog the greatest crlde young girls delivered Turks. Ot IhQBQ.a commuted In this the Ueporlallon ot Serbian women, and their- In- ternment in' Asia. Minor. Among these there, were women antl over to ttic l number com- mitted EiUclde tlirowlng Lhemsch'cs oul of Iho (ratna cpnveylns them l.o Asia Minor.'''" 'Tho deaths among war prisoners Aiul those fnlerncd arc put al from to After (lie rolr'eat rrora Scrlita and (ho rcconstUudon of the ;5erblan army, 20 per cent, died rtt Our losses on (lie Salonlki front hare been .about ED per cent, of '.lie Serbian forces wltlch have laJton 1 part In the operations of General 9er- i thousand- fanilllea In Scrbin require, succor tills winter. They have no meaas of Jlrlng except the ,JhaL wo can send them. Their snJIcr- .Ing3 during tlie iipproachliig winter l y 1 SOCIAL 'SERVICE CONGRESS. Charlottelown, P. E. I., Oct the social service congress under Iho 'auspices ol the BocJal scrvko of Can- (ida, opened hero ]asl wllh food attendance. 8NOW (N MOOSE JAW Moose Jaw, Saak., Oct. trier 1 o'clock snow hcgan lo fill hard In city, IS BEPATRIATED. Toronlo, Oct. order ol ro- Pope family os they irero residents of th'e, Alljcrt3_ Blake., 13e epoke ot rcsurrcclfon of the SaMon'r" traycd 'a convincing illsllrictlon bej. Lweeu the spirit oiid body and 'made Ike st-ilcmenL that ho hated to hear. the remark thai Is' frequently made at [ho decrease of persons, Ibal they had lost- their! anA bore testimony that lire cannot be lost, b'ut that at the change which we 'call death, llio body, which Is o[ nJan and ol earthy sub- stance, remains _lmthe. iearlli, but the sjilrlL which Is to Him and la not lost.1 f President re- laLCA Instances in'bls own experiences In life which bore convincing testi- mony to him of a if te beyond ih'e TRle. Denedlcllon" was; pronounced by ishop James T.. ol Cardaton, H. Ilendlcy ofriclatctl at the ser- vice, In tho afasencej'of Bishop Lev! Harkcr. A large cortege of cutos fol- io wed Iho remains (o "lhex cemetery. The grnvc was dpdtcalcd ty Bishop of Clarcsholra. '.The p'all- bearers wore Mllob'nnd Lecland DroH-- er, of blackie; Guy Smllli' and" John Davidson, Claresholrn, and Plngrpo. Tanner, fttagroth. John Holder la reported killed (n action hy a message received, hy hi vlfc, who resides In Cajgary as he was Known was a fav iritcr wllh all who itnew him. vaa born In St. Catharines, Ont.'Afte icliool rtaya he came west lo Maeleod inn" has been engaged ae a cattle ma and hroncho buster, and was a note enlisted wlth-the 113th, af .cr IT eat" overseas, nnd" iTnfflan only a short time -When :he wem'rt Prtince with3 other Maeleod killed la one oE tho recezrt eo Eagerncnts. In'tLc supreme court several case wcro allowed lo stand over to sltttnr. On the opening djiy the onl CASQ dlEposcd of was Joe Hodfe fo maiming an animal the properly.o lis neighbors. After hearJng the cat ho Judge gave suspended sentence and.HoiJge'a bonO .In ?25Q.QQ lo tee ,he peace for one year. pafrJallon from Sivltzcrlanfl has been Tho two first Appellant companies in luucd on behalf of Major A, K. Kirk-, having hftcorne rpglnlercd A proac6 "onto, who waa taken lion' wag cnlored agalBSt 'them before the ol St. a pollco niaElstralp ot HoEfni.' Toronto, prisoner al thi April 1016. Ottawa, 17.--Argument In tho case of Rogers .vs. Cnlgary Molting company.was tlio supreme .court' this morning and reserved.. Tho cases of tlic'Great "West SatMl- ery comptiny vs. (Jio King, John Plow company MHC- donaJrl company .v'rf. then heard (ogelher. Tho three appellants are trading comprmJe-i iluly, Jncorporalert under (he General Companies act of Ca.nnfltt, nnd buslncjd In Iho.piOTlnro ol Saskatchewan. Tho companies' net, rbapler H of the slalulcs of Saskal- cbownn 1D16, requires all cpmnnnlcg ,int I.ncnrnnniincl .under the laglRlaUon rt Sflflhatchewan Including' trading companies incorporated' 'by the par- liament of Canada, to tcglsler on tho simo terms RI local 'companies be (Ticnrnnraletl' Briicr .the act, 101 !6U' I Convlcllons. hnVIng been'recorded ROYAtYEAST, uttfi iiny M tMI fwW dopting tlie suggestions oC th Joint coiDinHlce on jirlnUns, Ihc go ernmeoL has appointed an ecULo.'la board conalatlag ot three mcmbera' o the civil service, Tho appointment, o such a hoarrt was recommended by th JolnL committee as a means lo eco omy. -Tho board will consist'of Fre CooX, assistant's printer; T. O'llara, deputy minister of-lrat and coramorce, nnd Francis C. Lync ot the, department of the fnterk Three members ot Ihe government, S George Poster, Hon. A. Mclgtien, an Hon. Mnrtlti Qurretl, have also bee constltulerf a committee to advise AD co-operate vrflii the editorial board. I ll'rorTi Our Own CorrtsponJent) Spring Coulee, Oct. ploug has started bul the ground Is e Supl. CoilerW, ot the C.P.R., ed through'today on hla tour of I gpectlon. Mcsbrs. Smith and Over left th morning tor Sterling, Yesterday morning four. of OL young people started out for a fo riile which ended rather dlflastrpUEl Going iinlckly around a corner, (i nulo upset, then righting Itself a mule wUubss to (ho unconactoi young ladles who were picked up ai Ukcn fo (ho homo of Irylne- Lot who flftcrwflrd conveyed them to the desllnalJong. Mr, the o'w er of the car, hnd his.arm coiislile (ibly Lrulscd, Waller' Nelson' slightly hurl, but Mlas Plsony Is scarcely able to move about, Ml Trcnholm is rapidly rccoTcrltiV in WHS tcflcblng LfHlftX as SI was ilrJvlng tho car. Tho Rccldc was caused by her Inability to rcac Iho Mr. nnJ Mra. IT. R. Kclley, Mr. an Mrs, Crocltcr and Mr. Krabrcy mot' od to HagraLh Sunday ovenlnc to a tend- the incmorlnl service conduct by Hcv, Mr. [ngleg, naalstcd mayor, to Iho memory of John Alber Sweol. church was appropriate decorated, a Urgo Canndlan flag dm Ing tho pulpit and bonqaeta ot Rrllsttrally arrnnRed. Tho text was from Of nests Vi eha 24, Enoch wilkcrl'wl Clod; and ho'was not, for. God him." A solo by Mr, ffmbrey.tiifft] "Fi.ce to Kaco" fell as a on tho large tfV: For the Red Gross" h tfmrfnj ff Cxrtn Mmrrftrt ,Ve that have gcntie hearts and fairi R" succour men iii need, There is no voice.could ask in vain With such a cause to The cause of those that in your care Who know the debt to honour due, Confide the wounds they proudly bear, The wounds they' took for you. Out of the shock of shattering spears, screaming shell and sharf, Snatched from the smoke that blinds and scars 'They come with bodies scarred, And count the hours.that idly toll Restless until their hurts be And they may fare, made strong and whole, To face another field. And yonder the battle waves Broke yesterday o'erhcad, Where now the swift and shallow graves Cover the Empire's dead: Think how your sisters, play their part To serve as in a holy shrine, Tender of hand and brave of heart, Under the Red Cross sign. Ah, by that symbol, worshipped still, Of .life blood sacrificed, That lonely Cross on'Calv'ry's Hill, Red with the -blood of Christ; By that frei gift to none denied Let'pity serve' you like a sword, And Love