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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 23, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta THE DAIL1 HERAU1 TUESDAY. OCTOBEll 23, 1917, ROYAL NAVAL CLUB. To the Zam-Bnk Co. Portsmouth, EcfUnd. Dear have found Zim-Bnk most rtltablc for healing cats andibrulou, while (or the rdlcl cf skin Irrlutloa it U (Signed) RODNEY M. LLOYD. Admtnl. ENTIRE CREW PRAISES ZAM-BUK MI Admiral lo rtiAer, aU grides if FioVfr Kipj5- i, af'H.M.Si dipped Ind (cil ,ln From rorihv _ _ ___ wui.ii isuir die- srsj. At oftce thr :ht burn, but ibe wrold coi hell CWLIEJ lo a lot ol din bora pipe bkod-jwLvn. waa in fearful pain and didn'l know to For wwkj 1 remxlaed under irtsrawnt, fcul Itc cetibiry einunenu proved no good, Indctd, I p-t wmc. I ihenjorc obLiIntd a lupply o[ Zun-Bul ind almort u OcL lenders on and A. Atkinson, whi were here last on a cbarje of Tasrancj and who aro DOW being on suspicion oC being appeared In court tbi ties day. Tie police are in com muni neaday. bTe poUce are In commuQl cation with Ottawa with a view t finding oul tie mea's record3. The theory has been advanced Lba Uie' nieji were merely ontposts for i jaQff of robbers, and papers [OUR on tiem helped to bear this out. On document contains tto names ot a number of small Tillages In tie prov- ince Lnd opposite each name, Is a letter rwbJch- on Investigation was found ID represent tbe name of lha bant In the village, "U" standing for Union ind "H" for Royal Duak. HevolTera, rubber gloves and safe blowing tools wblcb wera found lu tie men': London, Oct. ft Commons today occupied. Hselt reland, John E. KcdmonJ, leader of ho Irlih parly lu paTllumeni; open- as (he debate on tho c announced October 16. He-wouM lake. The motion reads: 'This house deplores otch has been pursued by tin? Irish esecutlVG eovernuieat and the Irish mllliiry autborliEos at a tlma when highest Interests of Ireland and ho empire demand tho creallou cf m at mo sphere favorable- to a suc- :es3tul result o! the JeJIbrrollons of ;he Irish There already has been mucli talk outside parliament o( Sluu-Fein dom 3n and Dublin Castle adn.lnlslra and tho questions will be tlior- threshed oul. Paris, OcL purchasa end transportation of about bushels ol wheat and other cereals Is one of the problems 27 killed and 53 Ini headache. looA and foul gasscs, lako Lbe bllrr (rctn Ihe lircr and curry'put nil the ruiistiiatr 1 unii nns in ihe A Ciecaret tonljht will (UAtgliltn you out by mornlne. Tliet wblle you ID-cent boi from your druggist 'tneins head clear, stomach sweet breath right, com pleiion rosy anil yo-jr llrer ind boweH rcculir for (From Our Own CnrresnondenU New Dayton, Oct. Forslln las bought a C.P.n. lot ond Intends a dwelling house on it ihbrlly. Sfeeith accidentally ran over Ms" faluablb dos '.'Jimmy" Thursday asl.wJth his car, necessitating Iho animal'having be killed. The loss severe''one'Ld Mr.'Skellb, as he Intended taking him to (he principal rtnz shnws in (he States this winter, .vhere lie rigured his prospects good .b carrj' oft some-valuable trophies. Our njimsler, Mr. Oriltlth [ireached here for Ihe first lime on Sunday last. It would seem that Mr. Griffith'Is the man we hare been ting'for some lime'here and wn hope ho 'will like the change when he gets to kcow us. Our ladies again to the fore on Fled Cross' day, Oct. ISlh. Up lr> the time of writing wo understand something over (210 baa beon sub- scribed dnc] ther? ?TR nthor promises. This Is remarkably, good .seeing the ladies; did .not start the canvassing until Ihe.cvGiifng of the IGth.; The ladles' wish to thank those vrho GO cheerfully subscribed and.hope ichen ah appeal ia'again made our citizens wlll.'come acroBs'fn the same eplrft as shown tlUs time. It should nol be necessary to have tc make any use or.apology when asking for a] subscription to. such a noble cause and we are glad to-say nothing like necessary, here, as ive think, Ihe man -or .woman who .can nnd won't subscribe lo the Tied Cross [imil la !n Ihe same boat aa the coniniander who- or- dered his gunners'to fire on ihc hos- pital ships. Ivvery dollar lielpg and ercry dollar held back is a detriment to ..our cause. :.Mrs. J. E. Skclth and son arc-week- end vJsJIora )n Lcthbrldgo.-- S. J. Atkins Is selling oul MB In- hcer, and returning to the Wherever "Soncy" Roes- we 'wJsh we can 1H aflord Lo lose men of 'hta calibre. -Tho weather for.Ihe past week haa cool has not been enough to hurt or help the plowing nboul 65 per cenl of the fall plowing has been done. iMrs. Lclhbrldge, spent a Tew. days here ivccX vlalttng Mr.' nnd Mrs. G. C. McDonald. ilra, 11. W, Healngcr and-bahy havo gone fioulh on an extended visit to her parents. We ought to mcnUon tlial Iho .suc- cess of Ihc Hcd Cross collccllon la due cfforla of Ihe [ollowlng ladles who nl no little personal ln- convcnlenco to themselves left no Flone unturned to moKe Iho amount as large as possible: Mrs. 0. 0. Me- fJonaltl, MTB. .H. M. L. Sfrs- J. B. Skolth, Mrs. U B. Duncan and Mrs. IV J. Morrison. The weather-having turned cold the board of trade has decided-not to lay, any sidewalks, until spring. Lcthbrldgo 1ms 3G men signed to who say tlioy aro-will ing to right for tliclr counlry If they arc found fit for service by the medical cxamlniug board. Another 129 haio applied for cs- coiptlons. This maVes a total of IG5 receive J io dato by Postmaster Hamly. In order to clear, up sqmo ot tire mlsLnderslandlDBs resarding-the cllcal board, J. 11. Oliver j-eslordcij' wired the provincial registrar askiug him for dcflaile Inslructiona as to when the. board would sit here, anj also" ivhcllicr it was Iiiteodcd Ibal no one should apuear bcforo the medical board before either for ser- vice or lor exemption nnd. receiving uotlficalion from Iho rcgislrar when to appear before the board. Mr. Oli- ver. suggested that this Information givcjr to the press over the registrar's signature. It Is. still the liitcnllou of Hie au- tborillcs, it is understood, that Al- berta should raise a quota ot 5500 men for .the drat draft from Class 1 men. This means that Alberta will havo sent over men wlien the first draft .ol men uiidcr the Military Service.Act has be en'; Traction Engine REPAIRS We are .well equipped ta handle all kinds of repair work on cither ittam or git tractori. Only high class work eur fhop, and we will quote you prices that are right. N1VEN BROS. 216 Flrct Avc. 5. Phono 1732 Rocker Grates and Gears for All Kinds of Traciiou Engines. We manufacture and have In stock 'Deep Well Pumps, Holt Grinders and Plate Grinders. G. KISCHELL Lessee of Lelhbrldgo Iron Works. foodstuffs Britain .In Canada' tht'amount :of -money which thefCanadian GpV-''.'. ernrne.nt can fbpply the -ImperlalTreasury, this againVrfcpcnds upon at of'lAe Government by tut-. Bcribjng to l YOUR LOCAL, BOIVDiHOUSE The. British Canadian Trust Co. 315 FIFTW STREET SOUTH LETHBRIDOE, ALBERTA YOUCANODBETTER- B.' MEN5 WEAR- S.A SHOES CETH B R i o ce., FARMLANDS Of the Hailion'a RAJ Cominnj tnd Cilfiuy ftad Ednontoo CITY AND FARM MORTGAGES The H. Macbeth Agency LIVE STOCK MONDAY, OCTOBER 29 Silt (o stjrt 'at 12 o'clock Sharp, Regardltii' of Weather, We, Ihe unden'lgncd, will sell it PUBLIC .SALE, il the FARM OF RiTTEHrs. W. 13-11.21, SlKteenmlles North Fi'urteen 'rnjkli 'South E.isl of Barons, .Eight, miles east of" Noble- ''f ford, the fallowing described properly: ft( 175 HEijiD OF 15 hond of.culvcs; BO head ot COWB 111 calf; 12 yearling hcltera; 17 yearling 2-ycar.qld heKcra; '.-i ITS-ycar old cows wllh call at 8 cows milking; 0 !'4 'Cpwo coming fresli.BObn; 1 Hcd 1'ollod bull, 3 years olij; 1 neglsler- 'cS; Shorlhorh bull, 3 years old, '.'1 ".t 21 black mure, 8 yeara old, In foal, HOD H ib'j.; 1 bar marc, C yearn old, In Iba., with colt at Hide; 1 tlach marc, 4 years old, In toal, 1300 Ibs.; 1 'black geld Ing, 4 rcan ojj, 1250 Ih's.; I black 'marc in foal, 13W Iba.; 4 years old; 3 ccldlngn, 2 years Z-tilllca, 1 year old; 2 geldings, I'jrcarj 1 It'ay' saddle horse, 0 years old; 1 snddlo pony with coll atYnldc, 7 old; 1 black rercberon stallion, weight 1976 Its. A-T-NOON i ;