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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 7, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta FUIDAY. SEPTEMBER 7, 1917, KILLED MiOlHER CFrtjm Our Own Macleod. Sept. G.-YVord was rcceiv. tJ Monday by Renwlck that his SOT li A iitnwick, was wounded. Me was with several Macleod bovs. and with W 11. Lewis, whose mother re- sides In Macleod. These boys joined the 191st and went overseas In drafts later They spent some time in Kng- laud and had bef'n in France only a khort time when they were wounded. Motor car makers are well rep- VeWni 1" Macleod by dealers, as Ford. Chevrolet. McLaughlin. Dodge. Mitchell. Gray Dort, Overland ana u- lis-KnisW. They all report business good, and fall delivery orders excel- Verv little business doing around the Elevators this week. All are waiting lor the government to set the price for wheat before the new crop comes in D G, McKenzie and family ore 'spending a few weeks on the Pacific dealers report stocks of cpa on hand just now. Should the sink. continue it will soon effect the supply Those using 'gas are happy, so long as the main Is all right. _ Mr and Mrs. Muir, Medicine Hal Nev: York Life agent, passed through Macleod today motoring homeward. Government road gangs are now id! owing to a recent order by the depart inent of public works to wait until bar rest is over. Macleod schools opened Septembe 4th with each grade filled. jiumber of teachers. The High school has a larger attendance this term. jilany from the outlying school dis- tricts are in attendance. Mrs Lewis received a cablegram that her son who had been previously wounded, was killed in action, August lath This young man from Jlacleod. enlisted with the 13th, and went over- teas with one of the drafts of this bat- talion shortly after being sent to France with artillery. Hi has been missing twice, and Bounded once, and in the big battle in August, he paid the price. with his life. Albert Paul Lewis was born in London. England, just "1 years ago, and moved to this country- in 190S, where his family have He has two brother at NOBODY KNOWS what may be the icsuit of a ne- glected cut Many a serious of has resulted from Just tuch a. small injury. All the fuSerlns and elpense which this entails tin be avoided br tba UnMly use of Zjm-Buk. Zim-Buk, immediately It Is ap- plied to a wound, destroys all germs, thus prerenllng their accumulation, which Is ine cause of blood-poison- ing. When the sore place Is thus thoroughly and medicinally cleansed by Zini-Buk toe healing balm prow new' and a speedy cure is effected. Bo prepared for every little cut or scratch by always Veeplcg a box ot Zam-Buk on hind. It Is equally good lor burns and scalds, as well as for eczema and all sViu troubles, sores, bad legs and piles. All driers or Zam-lluk Co.. Toronto. 50c. boi, 8 for 51.25: FamBuk TABEK (From Our Own Tabe-r. Sept. rains helped rather than hindered threshing the straw was too tough ow it threshes much better. Some good yields have been report- ed, especially eatt of Taber and about Kiucastle. Mr. Patterson's wheat on spring plowing weut 15 bushels. Kariuers are discouraged about the is an and will work while there threshing to do. Macleod merchants renort bus very good, with more cash orders thaa at any time In previous years. District News Karl Gorrll and W. U Morrical were tho first to Jtna for Saturday's dinner. Mr. shul if. and Mr. .Morrical shot 9. Dr. McCallum Is ou ilclt-llst. 5 Mrs. Duell Is, bc-rae froui-Mwurldie uospiiai utmir.imorineil-iUThealth. It is understood Mr. Puell is quite Ibis J k: Mrs. Bolvolt'Is tho'Euest of her par- ents, Mr. and Mrs. Dave Drake. Llltle Bernlro Barnyard is also guest ft her grand-parents. Sir. and Mrs. Drake. Now Day Ion school opened -.Tuesday vtllh Miss ..Maud Ungln and Miss vt Elizabeth McCarthur as teachers. Mrs. Dora MeKcnrie are tho guests 9t her Mr. Mrs. Johli WhHsel. the fixing of a usailmuu] price on wheat Mr. and Mrs. which will keep the farmer from get- owners of a fine. DoJge car. ling (he price to which ho Is entitled i Mr. and Mrs. Judge Hlstn for what tie has to sell, hut must ctl to Baton, Ohio, after spending tke y several yrofit's ou what he' buys, past seven weelp with their son, -Mr The Ayres farin looks like a good strong 2S' bush'els'per acre Several farm purchasers have been looking the couDtry over during Roi Hisinger family. Crops on the Blood reserve are good. Thursday. while the yield wilt be less per acre, jirs. L. B. Duncan and Mrs. lleiber grade Is better, and threshing will motored to Lethbridge beirin nest week. last ten days. It's a good time to see land as the crop is still In sight and a crop talks louder than any real estate spouter. One man a short way southwest of Pincastle. was offered 535 per acre and a dozen offers of over 530 have been made. Many machines started Monday.' Much grain ?oes No. 1 and of it should by appearance and weight.; NEW DAYTON (From Our Onn ce-rKsrondenl) New Dayton, Sept. Edgar Baker from Somerville. tha guest of L. Morrical and family.- Mr. Heiber went to Lcthbrldie. ion CA1UJSTON m Our Own Cortf-'iiondont) 1 Cardston. Sept. Presbyter Spring Rlage, took resided since. the front. Mr Thompson, out a new .threshing outfit this week and expects to 'start threshing early too coming week. He reports crops Jalr, with a yield of 25 bushels peracre br more. K. 'Rands Is ready for work with hi i big separator and a good sea .Bros, pulled out Thorsda; ind will' meet all comers for a season' threshing. f. Stewart aud .Sons are ree ior a catbarlai, Photograph shows Portugese soldiers walling their Aum at it schoc.l behind the BriUsh'linea in 'Prance. .The soldiers are put through a lion Oliver reierrea .o ,c-, severe test to see if they can enduro gas. If they port in the that orders had re-Uanting, they.are not employed in gas attacks. :ently been', issued from London re- quiring all soldiers to salute officers wherever they met them, Mr. Oliver wanted to know If those orders eman- ated from the minister. "I want to. ask the Mr. Oliver went on, I I____L "If he is aware Ihe number of officersl riot discliargirig valuable duty and run- air.? Innse In the city ot London is a disgrace to the Dominion of The speaker called Mr. Oliver lo or- der and Sir Edwanl replied that a sol- dier tras required to salute a commis- sioned officer anywhere in the British 1 "empire. "Is It not the bounden duty of ofnc-. ers to-salute sharply quer- ied Kir Sam Hughes. replied Sir Edward, return Our Fall Shipments of Bedding come to hand and we., were, fortunate in obtaining some very special values-thai we :u-c ottering m Blankets, Comforters Spreads and Sliceis. wir fete llm Pillf- OM I Notice rtos Creditors and] .'Claimants In the estate of James Simpson El- gin, late ot Travers, Alberta, farmer, deceased. Notice Is hereby given that all per- sons having claims upon the estate of Uie late James Simpson Elgin, who died on the 13th day of June A.D., are required to send to the undenlgn-. ed administrator of hU estate by the 2Slh day pf September, 1617. a- full duly verified, of their claims and any secuHlles held by them, and that after that date Ihe administrator will distribute the aswts o! the de- ceased parties entitled thereto, only lo the claims of which, notice has been so filed or brought lo its knowledge. Dated this I8th Jay fcf August, 1517. The Trusts and Guarantee Company, Limited, 1 Administrator, Calgary, Alterta, Canada. i Or ta Jfe-Rlce, BarHtfers, etc., L'ethb'rldge, 'sbllcllora for ihe Ad E .M mm CAKAM Nourishment! Scotch Blankets We have only, a limited number of pairs of Guaranteed Pure Scotch Wool Blankets. Imported1 direct from Scotland. These blanktls cannot'bo duplicatcrt today at tho priso we are offering them to you. Regular flS.Ou. Size SOsSG, f A AA Specially priced at.................. Flannelette Blankets i Our or Bcrtalicets contain Iho.maxlraum'amount of warmth, comfort and durablllly.that it.IsLposslble. to get In a Wankej. the convalescent stage after sickness, trie body is craving for wholesome nourishment. There 'i's nothing more soothing to the nerves _ or agreeable to the digestion ,than; Perfection Brand-Cocoa.' 'It is, in itself, asrjllendid fbxxl and next time- there is atvy body- building to be done, try it. Good at all times Grey Blankets These blankets have always been a farorite on account ot Ibeir color, as they are not easily solM while they stand hard service and at the samp, lime aro warm and comfortable. C Aft Price, per V.VW Wo carry a fairly large assorted stock of com-..; and wo advise intending buyers to Iheir comforlers early this year on account of market conditions. Our prices range from to "v' i! 0 Special Clearing Of fer of Green Shades, made standard size, 36 in. wide by 6 ft. long. Complete with all fillings. Will cut to quired v o co A Lethbridge'a Home Furntahert ;