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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 23, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDAY, OCTOBER M Your Health Insurance! Crystal Dairy Milk Fingering Yarns licwlCanadlan yarn lu khaki, grey, black and white. Our Milk is Clarified of raw milk because "trmfr s uJd.r ClS" thoroughly closes f 'udder waL lo 2 and impure matter it may contain fat or other norma, Our Milk is Pasteurized Th. New YorK M.Ik In weight, have kept wel and ,n p.murired mi k not mferlo in (o lo pasteurize and clarify all milk. ordi tibilily to raw a rd of advise the pub- epidemic of disease has ever been traced to Pasteurized Milk The Crystal Dairy, Ltd. Makers ot famous 'Garlyle Brand' Ice Cream 53, 13TH 8TRMT SOUTH. TABER (from 'the Times) In letter to the editor of the limes VicVirown writes from Mont- real that it may bo that he will not pass for further overseas service ow- ing lo condition of his mouth. At the time of writing he was waiting to KO before a medical board. Ihe rouble with his mouth Is from Ihe effects of Hun gas. Tin: members of Tuber AVo.men s In- stitute desire to thank all those who lolned 10 make the tan'- day on Oc- ober 14th such n great success. Iho al-ni of 516S was collected which was much inexcess of what was .expected. a special meeting of the .institute on Tuesday. Oct. 17. the money .divided as follows: ?50 lo the Field Comforts Commission for the Christmas presents to the boys in the trend-OS' 525 to the prisoners of war Christmas fund: to the Sailors- fund and the remainder. ?6S, to the general fund. BOW ISLAND (From the Heviewl T T Hutchison of Nelson. B. C.. and' R Westlancl. of Medicine Hat. a co pie' of expert blacksmiths, have purchased this week ll.c busmess of Ihe Bow Island Blacksmilhmg Co. Miss Helen Fisher, of the Bank of B N A staff, was operated upon here for appendicitis. Her Menus will be glad to hear the opera- was successful and she is was brought into the'hospital here this week having been injured in a.runaway, we n-re I Informed yesterday that he is consul- "R left Thursday for Mont., where he .will make arrangements for .some. buildings on la ranch which he recently pur- near that town. He intends via Glenburu. N. D., where he "m sU off for a few days inspect- iUghiST'P Tickle', who was an- nounced in a recent casualty list as having been killed in France is. we now learn, a nephew of 1. J. Riley 01 Bow Island. He was formerly in the iriVh navv. which he left on his time expiring, only to enlist for active "en-ice at the front. Mr. Riley re- ceived a postcard from him last week saving he had been wounded. The death took place on Friday morning of last week, at his farm north of Burdett, of Elmer Brant in his 27th year. The funeral took place j on Sunday following a service he in the Mormon church at Gras Lake. The was that Stand the Test of All Competition of stvles, for j.orlV.-tion iu fit ami thorough goodness ot; and extra large women, up to Our Most Popular) ffl and Attractive Suits f COMPRISING THE GREATER PORTION OF THE LOVELY STOCK ares black. Size up to 46. A Lovely Collection of) Most Attractive Coats j 59 IN WHICH YOU CAN FIND SEVERAL TO SUIT YOU. lloucs shades ot grecivurown. tan, navy and black. I the class, and is now on his way to I hopes to be attached the flying -wing of the Imperial army He will proceed overseas 10. active service as soon as arrange- msate are made. This Lethbridge boy will be one of the youngest aviators m the army, having only recently passed his 19Ui birthday. HANDSOME SERGE SKIRTS to A most attractive and correct- ly designed lot in a big variety of newest styles. Navy, black, green and brown. Waistbands 23 to 30 inches in regular sizes inches in 0. S. and 30 to sizes. SHOT SILK PETTICOATS new lot just to hand, full width, 15 in. ruffle. Lovely color- ings. Splendid value. CREPE KIMONAS ]t Plain and floral crepes. Light and dark colors. Very neat styles. PRETTY SERGE DRESSES Plain tailored and novelty styles in a big variety of choice including dresses for small, medium sized and stout women. Colors, navy, Copenhagen, brown green and black. "Gossard" Corsets The original ami recognized superior of all front lacing makes. Now made in Canada and one-third less than even In- feriar models of other makes. and give fittings if desired. Cashmere Hose most complete veriety for boys', girls' and ladies' wear, in" various qualities and every wanted size. All splendid values. Ladles' Cashmere Hose, 35c, 50c, 75c, SScand Girls' Cashmere Hose, to 9 in. Pine ribbed, various grades. 35c, 45c, 50c" and oOc Infants' Cashmere Hose. Fine soft rib. Size 4 to inches. Price Lake. The eceas, relative of Fletcher Bros, of Bardett, his parentsj living In the Mr. and Mrs. Jas. Slover, living Mr an rs. west of town, received a letter from tteir son Fred on Thursday dated at latter has been at he NORWEGIAN STEAMER SUNK Christiania, -via London, O'ct; Hazel Wallace of Lethbridge, who has been taking an aviation course at News has completed his :bridge by winning the high marks of was saved. EAT APPLES FOR GOODNESS SAKE, The old saying that "An Apple a Day tte Doe- ff SS? the box and have "a good mg nose 01 um.. health" always in 3'0'jr pantry. GET A B. C. APPLE BOOKLET Learn the names ot the principal varieties of apples Learn, too, to prepare 100 tasty apple dishes; tie booklet telli. how- Write Today for a free copy to W. K McTaggart, B C Fruit Commlwoner, Calgary, Alta alta. fa low. tioueii. quarter section summer fallow and 4S hushels to the acre. Mr. Lomn sch's crop has yielded heaviest in this district as far as we have hearu. His summer fallow, went a tmle be tendent ot the agricultural and animal husbandry department of the C. P. R. department of natural resources ar- rived'in the city today to be present for the sale of sheep which takes place at the ready made farms on Wednea- Peru is steadily Increasing its pro- duction of gold, which now amounts A vest with lapels that turn up and; i button to form a throat and chest pro-. teclor has been patented by an Eng- lishman. gimenTlost 650 .men. After partici- aUnk in the pursuit of the enemy he ik r.art in that mempraWe fight at enve Chapelle where fie'had another orse killed, hut escaped himself un- cathed. He then went with the re-i ainder-of his regiment to, T. prep, here after undergoing a hombard- ent lasting 14.days, and having, an- ther horse killed, he again escaped ithout a scratch. His regiment was hen sent to the fear for a period of esT Oiy this time .he -had been in ranee for 13 months, fighting prac- callv all the time. He was then sen o Sa'lonika, where he. remained until ecently he was sent :to the hospital t Malta suffering.from malaria. He ow has great hopes of getting home save After such an experience as is there are not many .but thai would agree he has thoroughly earned tion The crop of Mr. Fred U. Glass averaged HiGrikivfR (From the. TimesX i. Air II B is Ta'fimnE the old Porrett Farm west of town bnsa 527 bushels of wheat. Forty three bushels per acre. The news of the death of Mr. mil C G Von Pein, at his home la New York on October 17, and as yet no particulars have been received. aently his death was of a sudden na- ture, for no intimation had been re- ceived of ony illness. In tact a letter was received by his nephew. Mr. A. .1. H Koch, the day following the receipt of the sad intelligence, written by Mr. eer- day Dr. Rutherford will arr .city tonight. The sale is all great reai of attention and many far- mers are planning to make a start in the sheep "industry .by-huying a small mm THE PASS TOWNS (From the Blairmore Enterprise) luolt uco ot September, l Hjgh Rive TjiirniE mum" ui 916 the constituency of Rocky Moun ata contributed the following amounts ,he Canadian Patriotic Fund: Banff 01 tne snu Von Pein, in which he wrote cheer-1 fully of conditions generally. Mr. Fein was a public spirited man; and look a deep interest in the welfare of in which he was heavily in vv 1 1 11-11 "w interested, lie visited here on several occasions and had many stalwart S48S; Bankhead. Bellevue Blairmore Ooleman 5741.11, Canmore 5443.20; a total of The Cowley village council has ai- ranged to fit up the old Union Bank, building on Cameron street as a fire, death occurred at Cowley on Monday morning of John Hannan. ,Eed 81 Mr. Hannan was an olu-time Jailor and'has been in the district ten nr twelve years For the past few >-ears he has not been the'ranch. He is survived by his wife and two sons Jack and Harry of Cowley. Dr. R- K. LIlHe of New York has taken over the dental parlors of Dr. 'Casioiis mm iiti" lends in our town who will deeply ueplore his death. WWRFULTALE OF ftjUCTRESS i Sickness and Dis- it; How Relieved. Dayville, Killingly, shall he glad to have every woman know .what I know now, after ushTg Lydia E. Vege- Although I am only 24 years old, I have I suffered for the past eight years. I hated the doctors, for a [doctor told me to give up the stage [where I was playing with my husband. t had bearing down pains, my health failed me. and I could not work on the stage, and wasn't able to tend my baby or even get around myself. I wag always downhearted and discontented with the world, and only lived for the nf mv little rirl. The doctor said to'move to some quiet little town away (From the Advocate) from the noisy city, and I might be able Herman Roed, of the R.N.W.M.P., .to live and feel well, I went to Day- Herman _-n- if thaf T waa HELEN HOLMES Star of "The Girl and the Game" in "Whispering Smith" The first of the greet Mutual Star Productions. This splendid feature will be followed by it's sequel "Medicine in the near future? Don't rnlss it. Miss Simm and Mr. Fleming Also A GOOD COMEDY LADIES ATTENTION "The Florence Ro.se i Fashions" Areicorning soon. One reel every fortnight, showing in colors, what the ladies will wear the forthcoming seaso MADE IN CANADA The 1917 Ford Coupclet Ford, Ontario 'A comfortable closed car that can be turned into an open one in. two minutes. A favorite with, women who desire_an all-weather car for or shopping occasions, also an ideal car for doctors and 'business men. .fenders ftac, your order today. FORD GARAGE 1232 THIRD AVE. S., LETHBRIDGE "wiiliam Park ot Bellevue was noti- fied from Ottawa this week that his "on, Alexander had paid the supreme sacriflce somewhere in France, and died on 'he battlefield on Sept.. 27th. Pte Park was about 18 years ot age, and enlisted in the C3rd- at Edmonton shortly after the-outbreak ot the Raoul Oreen of Blairmore received a wire from Montreal on Sunday ap- prising him of the death ot hln mo- ther Mr Green left for Montreal by Sundav night's express. Mrs. Green had been suffering from paralysis for upwards of W years, and the end was not unexpected._____ VULCAN (From the Advocate) rman Ttced. of the R.N.vv..M.r., .to live ana iee> last week-end. He joined in November. At that time I was was ,n .art hat k j M notwalk around, and my the torce a year ago. anu 1 One day In PTanuary_l_read your adver- the Prince .Mathews, formerly man- oger of the Bank of Hamilton Nanton has been transferred, to Calgari has been transer, where he will manage the company s new branch. Mr. A. Roy threshed wheat. p acres of Roy res and received therefrom miels an average of 40 Imshels to the acre. The first shipment of this went No. 1 Northern. Dorsch brothers got 31 bushels to the acre, on stubble, and 10 bushels to the .acre on summer i One ay n .anuary tisement in a newapsper, and I sent tor Lydte E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com. pound, and started taking it. Within two weeks time 1 was a different wo- msn could get around, and felt so good that it was a pleasure to do my house- and was a pleasure w uw work I felt contented and happy, and Sow am. the picture of health and am now am tne piciuro 3 Keatons Fun's Funniest Family Mr. Inquisitive A Movie Musical Comedy, With Two Shows 7.45 and 9.30 RUCKER i WINNIFR6D Ebony Hued Entertainers Earl Cavanaugh, Ruth Tompklns BURKE BRODERICK "Dance Creations of Their Oyyn" ;