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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 31, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta "WKDNKSIUV, OCTOBER 31, 1917 THE LHTJinmOOE DAllA PAGE SEVEH Autumn Clothes DISTRICT NEWS LOMOXl) (From Our Own L'orrcsfHHKlenl) Jximond. Oct, Tno BUOW Is fasl aiiiJearlaE leaving muddy reuds which are causing molorljia much ills- couteut. Much moving taken plMt In The Elrea and Swain Jlealljr Co. bave inovc-u. tu um sioro evacuated by Abo Tarkcr. The Lomond Tea Hooius hivo moved [rum Hie bank's basemen! lo I11" Press sumo Ills resiionstbHIItea as Mauler here. A quiet wedding nas lolemnlzed al SI. Michael's church on Monday morning by Jlev. Falher I'llon, when Miss Yvoime Fournler, ol SI. Len- oarj, X. II.. becaiuo tho brldo ol V. II. llourgue, ol llructel. .Mr. and Mrs. Bourque hive gone on a honeymoon lu Vancouver and will K3 on as lar as California belora reluming to oho up their obodo In Inicket, where Mr. Dourque liaa held building and Iho Lomond Tress Is I (he, position as station ageul for now localcd In Ihe basement oi the abuut IhreG years. LaiiX >vhcra an gleelrlc plant has been bslallcd recently. Tlio llrsV enc.v o; Ilio season canto The ciso against Chas. Milthews, who was charenl by C. S. Tench wllh horao BleallnE was heard, ot Maclcod alone Tuesday aEsbjled by 'Irani! on Friday labl. a.i.l MiltlicKB waa nuvtlicas' wliH? Wednesday mornli.g lounJ Kuiliy and EOnlcuccJ la a year almost Impassable Irat in Lclbbrldsc Jail roads were traklc never ceased and autos win: zzlBE around .as usual. Tom Aruislrene Ibis week lor his prcaciil hojno In Saiera, Oregon. Mr. Armstronr; bouelil a quar- ter nt-DaJgcr ou whltu he will reside on his reluru In the sprinR. Toin uelleves lu staying wllh Alb-Hi, Pat Anderson caiuo over from Claresbolm Ibis week. In his new Dodge roadslcr. J'at has received news BOW ISLAND (From The Review) The sura ot 5190.50 was collected b) tlie hdles on October ISIh IThui last) for Iho IlrlttEn Cross. II. Vuewlll. toni'.erly ot the Union Dank here, has been Ihe guesl dur Ine Iho past week ot Mr. and Mrs. II T. Whitney at tho river. Mr. Voe of LIs brotnen dc-alli lu CalcuUsi, In- will lias Just recently Jollied Hie army dla He bad been rim-ing In ILe Im- Medical Cor 113 nt Calgary and expects pcrlal service In Iwlln for clgM years. lo Icavo Tor overseas vilh a contln serving wllh tho Calcutta artillery.' WHS sent lo German Eaat Africa serve In the present campaign mm Jtu-re received wounds In Ilia shoulder. aided by mularia Ins tlcaUi soon 2OO points Ihrouuh- I aut Canada, oNer I tho opportunity. Every correct style J f lor men MorctJ and cor-] redly priced. I See what offered. p H'm In your own Interest. 1917 L.KEEL Lethbridge .occurred. Mr. Jones, (he tailor, will occupy )iall ILo llcally company's building, nnd Dick Xclll will open up'a Imteliur In ibe old tailor Eh op, llclmcr Uenson Is liow located In the mixed farming bualuesa In Hit InnlsCall cllstrlcL Al EIltle'B dance In his Larn lirovcO a SUCCCEB last Friday. -W. A. Tcskev is npw handling Falrbank's line of gae engines, punui, Jocks, power vftsjii-rs, clc. Jnhn Holo Imo purcliaBcil John Huliy's quarter section near Klnnon- dale. Vlckpra Lrothcrs arc adding twenty led tu the rear ot their grocery The provincial police trom.Taber hapjicocd around the other night and ECVCH sharks were lauded, j The Hcd Cross Society with Mrs. elements as hon. scc.-treiia., report the lollowlDg work done since It was organized on Ibc fourth "pi this year, ending October fLvsl: 5330.- 4Q wns received aud waa useti as lollowa: ?47.2B vaa'sbnl to" Kent very Bliorlly. Harold Lansdcll bought tho Car Johnson farm this week, situated about miles south-east of town Pbe price, we understand, for tin (luartorsecliou was TLe Alberta Pacific Klcvalor Co have jmrehascd lots 15 find 16, 01 Uakcr Street, south oi tracX, upoi which they ivIH build a residence to thetr local manager, Mr. Fred Moerke. E. W. Hromley has sold iho south cast ol 31-10-10 to Ucci. Herber lo Win. Jlyland liDUglit Marvc Sla ford's farm, norlh of town, this wee for cash. H. 0. Cumior'a auction sal AVedncsday went off Diceedlnel well, somo good prices being reall: cd. One marc was sold to Tom Coo] Cr for 5301.00, and a team going t .Mr. Jcrdan tor a sum close lo COLEMAN (From the Dullelln.) D. Palmer, A.P.P., lias been tran forrcd lo Medicine Hat. The name of George Derbyshire a reared In a recent casually Hat wounded. Later advfccs stale thai 1 Is .suffering from gunshot wound D great Irrigation of I lie I I1. R. i o( Ihe Loys who asked for orovlloas have hc'jn yiimmuned to! lead. Ibelr cases lujforo the Tuber llmnal, November 2. COMMEUCK (From Our Own Commerce. Ou4. and Mrs. ol'li led laat to viMi (heir Id home In Crapau'l, I'rhu'e Kdward land. Mr. Cohb of lila .ock and undorstaiid ia> bis trother, who ha.i for BOLDC past Leen an tnniloyce ,of tho ord Co. ot LeiltbrUlge, will dok after Ihe farm in his a Lie nee. John has rccc-ntly moved nlo Commerce. Ho has jiurchased 10 lar.d formerly owneJ John eld, where he inU-nds building In ic near future. A new restaurant hait bepii opened p under Ihu DiaiiaKPnifiii ol .Mr. Car- z. lo jiroVL1 u great boon o tho farmers, who liave la liaul (heir a IODR A new piano has hern ID the Commerce echoil bcill by Ihe members of Ibo 1J.KA. A bos-social nil dance will he lu-M here on Friday. S'ovewlier Ihe 2nd lo wipe out the re-1 malnlug debt on the piano. Coipmerce as nlways been notcil for Its success-' ul dances nnd entertainments, and we liavo no doubt Ihat this will bo as 'If not heller, than on lornicr, iccaslonsi Mr. Held, supcrlntrndcnt of the Chi- nook company, ami Mrs. Reid, cturned from Calgary yesterday. Mr. j Reid attended the inccting of the managers ol llic coal conipaulcs lie Id exe-- Frank ntddoch, whu for some time' past has been cmiiloycil by Mr. Ar- hur Manning, leaves on Tuesday for where he will take up a course in bartering. Alan Patterson, of the Ellison Mill- ing and Lumber company. Is doing a rushing business this fall. The steady 'thump1' of (he engine may be heard [ram morn till night, while teams iuay tie seen lined up ihcir clianre Lo get loaded with lumber. note irlth pleasure, that a suhool paper hiia been organlicd by ibc teacher anil pupils of Diamond City Echuol. AVo congratulate Mr. Weaver and wish him every success In his un- dertaking. 1 BRAZILIANS TRAIN Jll'd Janeiro, Oct. In view of Brazil's entrance Into the war, plans for Intensified military training arc bclne put Into effect. DO AWN iith the mmm OUTHOUSE SATISFIED CUSTOMER CALGARY INDUSTRIAL EXHIBITION Company, Llmilcd- Sentcraucr 10th, 1917. Kausllne Supply Co., ot Alberta Iloi 100." Alia. have great pleasure In advising you that iho KausLlne Toilet Kiuipmcnt In- KtaUcci by you 1." Gar Xuraery and Rest Room at the recent Calnary Iilduslnal E.thlljltlon, provptl satisfactory In every way.nml provided tlita conven- ience In a location phere it ivns not pos- sible for us to have and guwer copnectiong. Yours very truly, B. L. niCJlAHDHO-V. Manager. This inside Waterless Toilci System Is pmniUcd Insinuation h.v the Provincial i'nghuier, in misnvm'il districts. Is highly recommended Ihe Provincial of Health of Ontario, slate after thoroiitifli investigatiuit of the .systems effic- iency, "Kinmeiitly Satisfactory." Kcijuires no water system, cess-ium! or sejitic (anli, (he largo- Annco Iron tank of gallons caimcily, taking care of all solids, liquifying and destroying all bacter- ia. lias efficient ventilation attachment, which eliminates all possible odor. Cost of tip-keep approximately oO cents pei- mouth, for family of six. Tank can sit in your basement, and (ollel installed on first or second lloor. Some forty .farmers who have bnill new' homes, this last summer, have installed The Kanstine Toilet equipment, several of whom have written us letters strongly recom- mending (lie system, copies of which will be mailed you on request. We can supply yon with a complete out- fit lor 8100.00, f.o.b. Lethbridgc. Write without delay if you arc interested, in order that yon may have the-comforl of a sanitary toilet system in your home, be- fore the cold sets in. The Kaustinefi General Supply Co. Ltd. DISTRIBUTORS FOR THE PROVINCE OF ALBERTA LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA WANT ASSURANCE OF FUEL SUPPLY iConvalcBC4-.nl Home; was sent the Ales. Derbyshire baa not 'to h'ead oltlcc; Rci Gross yet fully recovered from an attack ot rilling kit J47.0D pneumonia which he had several months ago. Tom, another brother, la now wilh the Royal Engineers, Members of the Church of England D _______ _____ u ____ _ t ___ D _______________________ i and thctr friends in Coloman aqd producipR iilanls appealed to the fuel a shipment ol home mude had the pleasure oCwelcom- aflmlnlstrallou today for assurance of j and' a shipment of nine dorea eges. the Dlshop of Calgary on Sunday for otbcr cipensea; balance on band, -x J55.9S; 'material on hand, Washington, Oct.. Hcn'resenU- 1 Desldc this lue Red" Cross" socTely llrea 'ot llio counlry'a grcatesf'slcel 'genL-lo the OEdon'ConTalcaccnl Horric. an adequate. coal supply lor The win- ler, without ivhich they Trill bo Rach month the society sends sir "asl. October Ills Lordsmp srrlr- t bags lo head office and pays 51.50 I in Dlalrmorc onitho morning. train Winnipeg, Oct. W. II. Mather, liusbahil or Adah. 0. Mather, Is EalJ lo havtf'coTmnHlcd suicide In the Itoynl Scplember 23, has baen given his'discharge from the A. D.M.S. the general hoa- Itltal, where ho recovered from vvounda which he stated were soU-lnfiictwl, he nsReil to be allowed lo go overseas, but ho was sent, to Ibc casualty clear- ing depot and lator given hla release. 0 w slips .er.ona, property baKS, o'Oie .fiernoon ps and 12 hot ftaler hlQier Mr c Gowcr -n His loidship was the Mr. and Mrs. II. G. Goodeve, who also an informal reccpllon after the TIN CHER GREEK (Froa Hie Echo) Capt T. J. Cumberland of the 13th C.M.R; arrlycd In town on Tuesday mornlnp, hnvlng IJCGII granted: leave of absence from Military-dulles over- seas for the' In older lo re- Why Roman Meal Is i: Superior To Other Foods IT is a complete food. Every ingredient required by the body for perfect health must come from food. There is not one essential food element missing ia Roman Meal; til are present in proper proportion. 'Roman Meal is thus "balanced ration." This iccauats (or the sense of "wellness" following use of Dr. Jackson's Roman Meai It is lufwrior .because: Is only balanced ration Gold In package form, being composed of wheat. 176, bran and Ihe laltcr 'rendered odorless' and tasteless br'elerirlcltr. digestive oanal was developed Inlo a forty-font tube of muscles because out ancestor] lireiJ ujwn food witt Uian nulrillon, con- ci'dered by bulEr. This wasto was largely tiain wasts. Wili- outfiealf of wists lifo canal does not function properly, and cooslipalion re- calls, Roman Meal contain] eiactly the amount of .waste. Over-milled Bad over- reined food) conlala none.. T fc I f d R o ni t a Meal contains 25% flaiseed. Flax Is thrift limes nourishing B2_ irheat, ryt or Therefore Roman Meat not only has the correct amount of mite, tut It Is noorlihlng as well. Flat htiii tlie iiofl caused 07 bran; and yrvr ycnts intestinal calanb often re- sult in; from bran used alone, or when mixed with while flour or refined cereals, Roman Meal relieves constipation or "money back." quan- tity of slarch [n white flour ud refined cereals ferments and produces vegetable acids. 7heM are absorbed blood, tumlns It add. This acidity tiiffaa because Ibe .soluble alkalis which Nature provided In Ihe dark fails of the grain to prevent this- absorption are milled out .anfl awaj. Komtn Meat 'contains the neces- sary amount of soluble alkalis to tha blOw Acid tlpdd produced oj fhe reined esreali Inducai illseaae In the oreanj. The'alkalliM Konan Meal keep Ihe Try Meal. Get It at your grocer's. Da. not. itlr Romaa porridge when mliiht sleftl a.a4 water. 'anriU, Niw BARNWELt (From. Our Own Correspondent) Danurell, Oct. A. Asplund and Jlra. A. I'elerson are home again offer H short lo points in Utah. ilr. A. Anderson fa home again. Mrs. WIUlair.3 anil LYQHG, of Coat City, sncnt Monday evening at Mrs. D. IjcBaronn. Mr. Ed. Fultncr (3 spartlng in a Chevrolet. The carpenters In the new scfa'JOl houEe nrt nearly IhrougTi. Principal liopca'to move (hlo (he ttulldtriK Monday, 5lti. Some of the vani arc one van fa averag- ing 20 pupils. The distance some of the pupils have to Come Is 7 mlics: Tho Elcan school at Coal CUy Is working In connection n-lth llio Earn- well school for Iho opening which will la about tho middle of Novcmher. Tho iHiplH are making special pro- parattona for the occasion. Last Tues- days the pchool tbililrcn volunteered (o pick up the bits of vrood lying around the new churcti anil In 30 minutes did as nnieh'ivork as four men could dp In a clay. Thursday tlio grounds- around the new church were levelled down so thil Uie appearance Is Improved coiislJer- alily. JJlshop Peterson Is preparing a pro- gram for the opening of the church, tho data will lia Announced later. Tho fftrmcn have mosL ot theli poCrttoca out of Iho ground., There'is yet Btjmc Ilax to bo ihrcshcd. Mr. Den Johnson Is fencing "the school grounds (32x40 roils) wllh a Page fence. This ivdl add lo tha ap penranco of Ine new butldlng. Several cars of sheep and nlso. sev- eral of Coills have been shipped to earf nnd other points from here by the.farmers of this district. The school puiills hero gave lo the Hcd Cross. Mr. J. of Iloymond is siting here. 31JssC3 Nora and Olga Anderson apcnt the n-cok e.id wllh Mra. N. J. Amlcraon and MM. Kuasell, Miss Malilo Thompson ol Salt vis- ttlng wilh Mrs. John Anderson, Mrs. Tullls, alster br lira, D. Mc- Mul.In relumed to her bonic In UUh. Mrs, TulUS spent the summer with relatives In Alberla. Mr. Collins, and Mr. Johnson hare relumed to Uiclr hojnes 5n Ulab, Mr. W. F. Johnson la In The surrcyors Are Icro !ho flnsl siirrcx for.the canal from Chin to be liiillt In tho a 11 wUI brJijf Acres ol Jaod CANADA Will Class One Provide The One Hundred Thousand Men Y This almost sell-evident following reasons: it is admitted that, between the ages'oE 20 and the average man is at height