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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 24, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta NYI'.DNICSOAY, OCTOnF.U 21HI17 rm r Mailed casually i Uon was Mill open to hliu. ihote hold- lists [rua Ottawa the job since having been In Ibat loday show lhal as acting city derks. Q. M. iiergl. Win. Wae In session thla otherV" morning when the PROFESSIONAL CARDS .VIAVl MEDICAL V UlTW. 8. Houra SoMy Brand da Ml'ffal ire'fails or it licu.ts ..lirh annul f: by ll-e mm I cfirvtnfy. erJKe.wnS'mincf Iu.'tnlf.i STYLE "and 'shapFarcliot pres'sid into Society -Brand Clothes- They are tailored into them.. It is this workmanship' that marks a. Society Brand hint or and holds the original shapeliness and style ior the life of .the garment. J, "JJ.FRED.UECKER i CO11N. SUktulor U. S. A. M. S. Steven, who eullsled here wllh Ihc 39lh Battery, been HI pracllcally the entire 41010 slues lauded lu England. An anaemic condition ol lha blood was the came, and In spite ol ihree blood tnifiiasloaB from Letubrldge boys, he rapidly declined. Q "M S. Steven rame lo l.elhbrldge 'alioul'12 years ago and during prac- tically whole lime he lias heeii 'Mayor'llardle's right hand uian. hsv ine worked In the offices ol Ihe Call ulua-s when Mr. Hardlo wan aiuorlB eudenl then al Diamond mines, am hen as' city clerk, which position he us-appointed 10 iu 19U. The posl tl] In England. Donald Duff, acting lly'clerk be coonrmcJ by bylaw In he office ol the oil) clerk al month. Q M 'S. Steven tamo lo Canada Jroui gi-otland. anO Ills only living relallve Is Miss Dora Steven, a sister, lilnr at 34 Uransfield Place, Edin- burgh. Prior to coming lo Lethurldge O M S Sleven'speul some lime In Montana and CtlzaYv. He was kecnlj Interfiled In alhlcllcs. anil wm Intlru In Ibe success ol lie city not cer league lu different seasons, ana also In the last trip made by Lelh bridge lo Korl William, I quesl'o; the Canadian championship ff 1MNT a new models of Society 1- Brand Overcoats are here. Come in. You'll see a number of! new and distinc- tive fabrics-and-styies by the country's foremost designers.' McGuire THE LETHBRIDGE "2" M's McKelvie STVM! MEADOUARTERS-Tm STOItr THAT BBASD CLOTKfS Ottawa, Oct. C.. Shan ahan.'acting president of the. Great War'veterans' Association of Canada in (he: absence ol Colonel Purney, overseas lias issued a manlleslo on the political situation lo tho members ol Iho association. Tho manifesto. alter drawing allentlon to the great conflict in which Ihe empire Is en- tared anil the principles al slake, as- serts lhat' there can be no doubt of the Ilnal outcome H Canada and Ihe empire continue steadfast In tholr de- termination'lo gain freedom lor bu- Tho vital Importance of the coming election -In Us b.carlng on Ihc war sit- uation, necessitates, .says the maiil- feito the active participation of l.e ussoclatlon In Ihe campaign. 'It wl uehdove it says, "lo bring al our lorces to.bear and leave no stone 'unturned lo Secure the deteal ot an) candidate who seeks your suffrage who IB" not prepared to Bive us the that he will no all to secure Ihe enforce- mental coiiscrlnlion, and aid to Ihs fuUesl'eiteht Ihe successful prosecu- war. It must be also our earnest endeavor to Imbua our lelloiv cllliens with Ihe kiiowledKe which possesi of the true .stale bl attains al Iht haltletronl, ami so iLipel we know they would, did" they how serious the menace is that confronts us li ThB'itanllcalo, In closing, reminds the memhcrs of the-sssclalion lhal ttclr body 4 an.Uidependeut one.-aml BO. That lad. owev'er; It asserts, does not remove om 'the the obvious uly ol snpnortlnE-Ihe principles tor hlch lls members .-have lought, and pposlng those candidates who would permit .Canada's further parliclpst-, on in Iho .war lo ceise. TABER (Fronvthe Two more Taber boys have enlisted I or service. They are Ken- neth Derick and Harold While. Both have signed on wllh the C.A.S.C, mo- or Transporl branch. Mr. DerlcK is (1'k'nown throughout Ihe diatrlct, vine been'wllh Ihe Mclaughlin Oar- e' for some'tlme. Mr. White is ulio well known, being a member ol the sialt ol the Taber Tie bojs w.111 have unlll Nov. IB lo report lor PREPARE FOR CAMPAION Winnipeg, Oft. campale of tne union government IB Manllol will gel under'way tomoirow with tl relurn from Ihe west of Hon. T. Crerar. lion: Arthur Meiibsn A. Oalder. They will at once gel'buav wltli lue organltallon ot the province for the 'fray. 10S Sherlock Te-lephonn: Offlce 319; MB. Office houn: 11 lo 12 to 3.10; 7 lo 4 p.m. DR. 'TAYLOil-Ear, Eye. Throat; 116 Sherlock Bldg. hours evenlngl hf polntmenl. 1'hoDet: Office tldeno 59) GUNlWITHl Darren reilocj- work bj mtdt. loclw rlleri, naclilnerj laarpeneiJ. p.. MaDaMl. _____ Motorcycle A4inl. PkoM IMfc DR. P. W. TULLER, PHYSICIAH PIANO TUNIMC. M. C-RIPPS, EKPERT Plater-Piano 'and IS jcart' Ustorr ours Certificate M.T. EnjlaniJ. tletereuci-lo muJiclnni ot city. I2a3 Ave. A. OIBce, Sheppard opposite Slarland Theatre, r. lo 4. Offloe boun. 11 to 18 to p ra tna 7 to Puonw: OBce 780; nigbti f-' DENTAL JrJJtt VULCANIZING THE LETHBR1DOE VULCANIZING U I liUI II 111 SMIWKDtALtllS Ottawi, Ocl. The concen- aui of oplhlon among milk produc- en' of Ihe Dominion appear! to be il they art not paid more for milk, they will abandon Ihe milk builneu altogether and devote Ihtlr attention lo mixed or straight farming. Fourteen or ttlteen gave deultad Information to the milk committee appointed by Food Controller .Hanna this morning and they were unanimous in de- that there wat practically no profit to be made. in the inhk buainets undtr present conditions. OS. ;A. J. ol Roytl College of Dental S Toronto. iBd holder ol a D IVental OHIci: I tad C. Bryaa Block. Worka lira I DR. L.T. ALLEN-Uenttal Uu Al' work niaranlewl Frellht to Dra. Couillc. i Gllchrlal) .v ort-- -t.UnlversllT ol ilary and. Chaplin" i Son :t{ AT.. 8. I 9. Macdonild Jl doors ol Royal Bant Lethbrldte. Alt.. ------loRi- MABR3 and BUILDERS' SUPPLIES SucctMorf to Dra. Stewart anJ MJ. Houra 9 to 6 UILD1NG SUPPLIES Phone Phyilclins L D.S, 1-5- Olllce: l-i, Block. Phone nil. DS. T W. FOX, denllit, North Western Dental Unlvtnl'.r. CklMio. OBw'iVBone 18B: mldeucj 1UOM 161. Uulon EllMlBi. __ I Graduate Chlcsso College ol pen- Ill Surgery. Otllces, Shepherd] lllnck. oppotlte Starland Thi Phone 780. Residence "Equipment Co. lit'd, till I South. PDcm. 10H. Bo? CLEANING AND DY.EING THE IB Drj CUsuilac. Our nror- uilM ot Injurr to Only hlghesl class oul. No dyeing. Immediate atten- tion is given jo country orders. 3- Street South. Phone 1S12. LONG Presalng. Re- pairing and Alterations well clone al reasonable prices. Wo call for and deliver goods. UO 6lti Street South Puone 634 DRESSMAKINa DRESSMAKING AND PLAIN SEW- done. Apply 1735 6th Avenue PRIVATE HOSPITALS HOSPITAL" VM PRIVATE Ualemlt? Hoar Pa'one 7-ifi. CHIROPRACTOHI MO BBII I Hyrum B Jan. B. 'SmltB-B BTI to bMttb. uk aCJOatmesti amd Ml Ttk ATJ. If to I PBone 1677. and Mrs. Dan liawka vill Bliort- y leave Taber for Saskatchewan, where Iliey will reside. Last, Saturday hey soli oul their slock and bouse ibM goods by auction, and the sale Was n great success. Five cows were sold aversBiiig J122 a piece. Col. I'or- eous did Ihe selling. Geo. Gray. Ihe popular O.P.R. age nl, who recently resigned, his occupied tho poslllon ol manager of the Tnber Garnge. His Irlends will wish Mm success In the new sphere. Messrs. Venvllle and Dr. Ham man canvassed the lown today lor British Red Cross fund and at the lime of writing hart raised over loOO i-ith a number still to see. C L Mcllrlde, uf Is the -BW agent at Taber- Mr. Me irlde took over his new dulits on Monlr'eal, Ocl. Inleresllng legal llgtt over .the Herald slaved Inllhe practice dlvls Ion ol'lbe superior court, here b Stephen 'John' Lehuray. a lawyer, on sliareiioliler In the Herald, who toda petitioned -Mr. .luallce Uruueau lo Is sue an Injunction 'to .prevent Hi transfer of llm machinery a.ud plant used for printing and publishing the Herald newspaper as per lease decid- ed upon al a special mecllng of the Herald 'shareholders last Saturday, the I ease .helm; Ior len years wllh op- THO pcllllon alleg- uia'Jorlly of the, capital slock ol the Herald li controlled by Lord Atholalan and aBsqclales. un- known- that the lease and proposed transfer1 ot machinery and planl rep- resent cocerled action aud are m_ Imlcal.lo.lhe (nlcj-csls of the Ilerali company Itielf anil oppressive to tlie rights ol the minority shareholders; that the meeting ol Saturday last was held under the presidency 61 B. G. O'Connell and an otter was a l-ti i al director and licensed embalmer, motor or hnrse driven Par- lors, opposite Court phono 561, residence phone 1176. Op- en dnr and nlghL UBCKAY A ton and 1AlwmTi cloiec. DANCING ATfpTEE ,HOLDI classes in liall-ropm, faniy, orlenta and classical dancing lor children and artulls if Ihe Y.M.C.A. ever Thursday nnd Friday. For nart'.cu lars and prlvat lessons, phone on ThuraaaT and Fr day, 1635. HAY GROWEHS-lALliilO AT wholesale, cost! Tnls '.may decide yon to bale and nql alack, al- so lo sell to us and top, priera. Kslabllslied 10 F.'O. Ude co. MI1S AtLbEN M. Pttrlnt aid TlMOIT'. 11. C- C. BainoB. ccaL ol for u-l ol (h. HOTBJ in-. Royal Colleo Msaie, IOB..EM. I (Bl. BtufllQ. LETHBRlDOt. CONBb'HVATOBY OF Music. .J.'Oeorje Harper, dlrectpr.l Orclieslra and hand m.trum.ntlj 'nrandolln, banjo, ukulele, guitar slniing. '.IMchtrs. modern melncKlB, maayl 'free aayantaies. Tbe School of Blocullon, Jessie Bo Pakaoi, principal. Voice cullo oratory, rhetoric, literature, reel culture, armawUc.! rhooe for all deparlmtnta. 12lh year ol service. MRS. W. H. FtaM, Hus tm jmri Tho-U. 3. government Is clctormln eel In gnprote the nation's collieries Itself, unless operators and colliers acblevo some aort of hnrmony. for AH Kinds ol' EiiH'iiiM. We manufacture and tiavt In slosk Will Pumps, Roll Grinder's and Plalo G. KISOITKLL Lessee of tha Ltlhbrlia" Iron Works. (From the Enterprise.) Illnlrmore cle'ciric, light users inuat Inalal mulors, so the town council lie- c-Hlcil. Tho marrliRe of Itlnalill 1'bizl lo Mrs. ninnldl lllnaldo, bolh of Blair- more, waa Ihe llev. W. T.'Yolint; (il Frank on Sunday Inat. H. Hilton and H. Nlven return- ed. from Calgary-lhls morning, anil Informs us' thai they have accepted lloslllo'ns as engineers wllli new coal comiianyln Ihe norlhorn pall of till! province which Is managed by- Jolin (l. MncDohalil, formerly man- ager o( (lie-West Onadtan Collieries ai nollevue and tho Franco tlnnaillm) Collieries at Frank. M.onri. Hilton anil Nlvcn will I6avo VnnVt lor the norm wllh their 'families' anil erfocls In llio conrso ol ariOllicr woek 01 so. Tho ranrrlnso look place at Ihe Ucllcvuo Jlelhoillil-pnrBonaBe on EJ Li. U "-UJMICII made through H. J) Elliott, K.C., on behall ol the British-American Pnb- llshlns Company for the use of the machinery and plant aL an annual rental ol IIO.OOO, the Herald compani- oning obligated to assume a certain proportion ol rmy loss Incurred by the British-American Publishing Company; that a special otter for an option to purchase was made, the op tlon to remain open for two weeks Iron October 10 and that H was. an- nounced- at Ihe meeting that the Herald had an annual delicti of ICO, 000 The pelllloner, who slates lhat he Is a credllpr of the Herald In the sum ol OB Ihe holder of bonds asks that, In view ol the con dlllons, toe machinery and.plant sold by public auction, wllh the FARM PRODUCTS. LIMITED. WHOLESALE AND Inspectors ,t Coalilale, Lelbbrldge Raymond aril Maarath. you want 'to buy or lei we will mall your'our Weekly Mar ket Card on requetl. 201 SHERLOCK ethbrldge Phone 777 W. J. .Rn, rPhom M H. Haiell, Acct., .PhafW 17M TEMPORARY SHORTAGE SUGAR IN CANADA Oltawn, Ocl. W. J. Han- lia, lood controller .for Canada, Issued a statement today bearing upon the temporary shprlane .of .sugar.. nnday last. The seven months old wn -of ftir. nd Mrs. Clarence Ijiylon was laken ndilcnly III on Sunday morning. )r' Hamman was called In and dvlseil tlie chilli to be taken to air specialist. The parents took the child lo Dr. Spaakle, eye, ear, note ind throat specialist at Calgary, where a very serious operallon was perform- ed on Saturday, Oct. 13, at Holy Cross hospital lor maslolil bone. dis- ease In whlctitpus had perforated through lo Ihl skin, leaving varl ol tho brain exiioscd Inside the bony cay- Ity The child wag on tho operallni (able nearly two hours. Mrs. will slay al Calglty nnlll Hie child Is pronounced oul ol danger. It Is ly hoped tho. cnild will speedily re Oclohcr ir.'i ol Maud I'arten, notnlcil out lhat the new crop wNI he on the market soon alter, the tnd of tlin year. In Ihe meantime Ihe public are urged to economijo In the use of sugar anil lo avoid hoarding nml denim aro warned ad vnnrlng prices lo the coniTinier Trices of raw sugar .liave.beei. sfablllied, so lhat higher prlcm for the rnllned proilucl unnecessary. So much seized liquor was thrown sway hy the floalllo police 716 IN VANCOUVER Vancouver, Ocl. to Itsl mid ntght. 1195 hart slgneil Ihc mllltar service' forms In Vancouver. Of Ihei 1073 had entered claims lor cxemu tlon while (16 had reported lor se Ococr .i o o[ Illalrmorc, lo Mr.. Itaymond War SOIC1 D) ifliuiiu rlghl ol Iho purchaser to use th name ol Ihe Montreal Herald. The 'case wlH'come up again on Thurnday. understood the Urlt Ish-Amtrlcan Publtohlng C6mpan ha< loraied lor the purpose laklng ..over, the. Herald. ATTEMPTING TO EVADE THE AC Winnipeg, Ocl. may be attempted shortly in connc Ion with cerlsln nllemptccl of Iho military service act, accOrilli o announcement made hy B. It Chn man, registrar lor Manitoba. "We a now a number of he nectared, "and In pvcry Inslan where Ihe evidence Ju'stlllCB acll will be taken.-There Is no spccl case yel which wo hhvc decldca vrnsecute, hill we are working or niimher.'" toart ulaUnj A. zr -jj Plinu, Thwrj- eltmlnallont a All ToroBlo s cewtul. prlmarr pupils- atndta, ro Ixnn Block. A ilk St nnt door south Pton. IMS. 1H Phoai 547. IDUCATIOKAL TT j'1 Mh'M. Utf OPSN ALL SDMM! Knt4T ll Air Shorthand. Typewriting Bookji 'and eM Coinmarclal Subjects. 1111 ELECTTllCAL ENGINEER c, ASPO.O.JA. I, B.-E. Electrical Engineer and CoBlmclor. a specialty ol wlrjw counlrj homes nnd lulalllnK llfhtuji plMts Consuilallons on all klfida of irlcal work, 4th ATI. 3. PhoM i88i. Qrlll, 411 nltB St. S. OBlT cnki IB torn. ant Bad Bo 1827. WATER LOCATOR AUOTIONIEIl WILtUN, r ait Llw Slock ewtBCttl anjwhtre'lB tbi reawnible. of 10M Head at WlbwB'i Cilleries, Domln.los bridge, DECORATINO' WELLINGTON BROft-yTBt ClIlTiT on Papntanitn KalwmlBtac, anil SKi WrlllBf. bU Tke oldot phone 1711 brldgs, AIU. BVtc! Utk- sway y e drain clogged (umM o[ Illalrmorc, lo r.. taymon a rcn.. Tho bride allilnilpil tlon. ran c drove everjons iron the potlct ill' vice. TRAIN AT FORT WORTH. Victoria. B, C., Ocl, aiilhorllles here were advised .odsy during tlie winter all CinadUn hers ol Ihc avfallon corps Iralnetl Fort Worth. Texas, al- though those enlisting ai in. cpMt will he sent'lo-Toronto lira! Ior six weeks work. Already Is' denndert p HE (mining there will W InpotilbW .durimf HARD RACE AGAINST ICE Uawson, Y. T.. OH. last teener ol Ihe year from Uawton lor Whllehorse Iho Nsslllllu, which left on Siiiirdoy night, bucking Hie ce. The Harrington, which carried 10 Including crew aiid pMsengera from Seattle, 'the which arrived here On Sat- (row Tnnana, both being ilrHfl. i-nnnnl nrorecrt lo on the present trip, and were forced (6 'gb Itil'fJ winter Quarters here. Tta XKsutHii had a iijalMl ttfe Ice lo White rlvrr.- She [s still IB the for Foil __ LUNCH COUNTEB tor m. 1 OBB SHOE ntPAIKINO HAND (TONE NOHTh 146 Thirteenth tin boBfnt---------- Blecuttd. F. A. Roiw., AERATED PURITY Fourth Are. and Fourth St, of Aerated WiUrt and 1M1. PPLIES .Of. ce o Ice but .om ol.danger.' -T1IXAV..J. f' HCNDERMN, HEW ANO.-VJ crutrWrM ;