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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 8, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta SATUUDAY, SKPTEMHRR 1, 1917 THE LETHBRmtiK DAILY HERALD PACE Canadian Manufacturers Did Not Bid for S. Alberta Wool That Canadian manufacturers [ailed to take of ILo oiiportuuity lo buy direct from Ifto ircstem wool producer waii the only dlsappulntlng feature of Ihe ivoal sale In Toronto, ft.-O. J fancy, who lias jUEt returned from the Bidding was all donu by tbe manu- facturers will liter Lave la (mrcbsse ihplr wool sujiply from tho dealers, paying llicrcloro a considerably bleb- .price- Mr, Jlsrvey states list In every otbcr way Ihc sule was most sails- factory and ho will bs'wJltttig to sup- port Iho .scheme fn tho future. He sayR that Mr. llcg ArkeH and hla as- BlaUnls In the government etiequ branch worked hard to inaVe Ihe a success. "So (ar as I can said Mr. Harvey, "wo lopped the market not only In Cnnada hut in Ihc United States for. range wool a." Mr Harvey points out Jlial Iho bal- wool brought from lo 2 cents a pound higher than the Backed wool, and he believes that ncil year tbero will bo a inucli greater percentage of lue Soul hern Allierla wool Bfat lo Ibc market la a baled coiidiUon than has been Ihe liereloforc. Mr. Harvey is greatly Interested In nm eule H-hfub will be held In LfrihbrlilgQ ou Ociobcr 10 and 11, mid hopes 11 will Iw a sqcceas. Hn xc- from Toronto via Salt Lahe City where ho attended tUe annual ram sale. Ho saw a bucK sold for and Hamboullel sold lor J1.30D. Sir. Harvey's Hotuney Mansb rams and ewes have eluded "tlic submarines and aro now In quarantine In Quebec, They arrive In LcthbrldRe shortly, and Mr. Ilarvcy eaya he have some of Uit'ib on exhibition at the ram sale, allhoufli none of them vlU be for pale. lie will, however, enter jollier class animals of hU own breed- lug close wltli Ihc Tlte jewelers plun lo keep open only. on those days when artificial Is which, during the North German winter, nrc very few. The city of Stettin already bas suspended street light tug. entirely on account of Iho lack of coal, Tho German press ant! public are for (lie Diomejjl far jnorc keenly Inlcr- estcil In problems of ant] food than In politics. The. discussion 'of questions of ex- ccol for anfiry orders lo President "Wilson lo keep out of Gennau affairs, has practically, disappeared among WILSON'S FLY PADS V.'l> Kill MDRT 'nun ScV-'WOWTW Or S'KKY f'V Clean t a handle. Bold by all Drug- Gniccrt and General erman nov.'Biiaiiera aluco the relch- stag couinilUca went home, and the jrublem of the pDlalo Is DOV Hie topic or the day. Farmers am proclaiming an abandonment ot lite compulaory aduimlatrallon'of Ibe crop and max- imum pricey and tlie rclum La the system ot commercial supply aud de- mand as a sole panacea to insure DID necessary supply tor liuman consump- tion. UrbanltC3f ou llio contrary lntnlQ that unless Ihe persists la Its delermtaallon to seize all potatoes Ilic profitable pig and will got most of In no'.year during Uic-vrar has tl.crc such an Incentive to me poLa (oes for foJder as In thfs year ot (lie very untarorablo fodder harvest, ant humans would, gel potatoes only prices impossible for tke nqor. Vorwaerls dcmauda an Immediate Increase In tie potato raliou to ten pounds weekly at Deduct ton fn (he prlco, and defrlarw-fhit-it. to work and suelatn life on the proposed ratlou ot 5% pounds of i toes, grammes cf bread, 25' grammes of meal and 80 grammes o rat. Vor.vserls points ryt ihat, yea harvesl o( oats and barley will not permit of a supplementary ration or oatmeal and grits by whir; alone .the- tided over lac spring. WON'T RETIRE OttawA, Kept. denlo is to runiors' ot Ilie impendin reltrcraci.L.or Uie prime mlrlster ovh serious Illness. "Sir Robert i only lahinff a tew Cana dlan Press, Lt.nlled, was .Intormei CRpeclcd.to.lje at lifa office r usual on Monday The Whkk Produc Kaown Condilion Mar.j WtU HOWTOGUARDA6AINST THIS TROUBLE Fiwt vilJ Protect YM AutoiDtoxici'-ian ineaos self-poison- ng-, oauseO by or partial constipation, or Jnsufficicnt aclioo of tho Ixmels. luslcaJ of Iho refuse matter passing daily from the "body, it is absorbed by the blood. Asa result, Mf an oi'fTWcrktd, Is (bcir efforts lo lid tho blood of this poisoning. }tyisonitgeftht blood in Mis way often causes Indigestion, of Appetite ,ud Disturbed Sloinacli. It ma pro- duce an-J Sleep leu oett. irriiaif the- Sidneys and brinp on Vain in, tlic Back, Hheumalism, Gout, and Rheumatic I'aius. It is lite chief cause of kctpitht. uhotc syiUm urifaaffhtby t he constant i.U5orp- tion Into !bc blood of Oils refuse infoxicafion or as Fruit-a-tiTos acts gently on bowels, kidneys and rtin, strengthens (.ha boMclsacdlocesup tlicaerroussysteni. 50c. a boi, G for J2.0Q, trial site, 25c. At all dealers or seat postpaid on Lieu led, CLASH mm FLEETSEXPECTED It Is announced orrtc.aiiv. Tue Kr-ivh look prisoners la Ihc course of suc- cessful raids. The anuouaccuicut follows: "During (he nlglit poveral attacks unJerliken by (he lu Lorraine. east of Rhelu.s. north of Co iri-v and In ttio region of Cerny btofati up by our Tiro. made successful Incursions In- to the German Hues near Kpfnc DC a-jJ .forth or Hill I'.H, OD Ihe right bank or Ilie Me use. took prisoners. There was violent nrtil- lery H on bp.h hawks of the Meuse.' Along the Forges Urook anj In the region of Ayocourl pitnl- operations were unusually active. the eoulli Lack, of the Kclluiliro (n East Africa, before a coHverfieiit ail.aD.ee of llelglon aud r.rliish Machinery Is belns pet In notion fur the formation, of tfte iicw amalga- mated fair boaril. Mayor llardiu and Hie commUsloi.crs will not br> satis- fleJ unlit (ho board Is tliasen ;mJ lalJ for next year's fair. They aro taking a healthy interest irio preliminary arrangements rvntf the to E-H the or- Evcrywhere else the iJgbi was culm.'1 igaulEatiou moving. MORE COLO WEATHER Winnipeg, Kebt- cold touch :as experienced at a few points fn the ivcsl during Ihc past 24 hours. Tho lowest temperature recorded was at llmnlioldt with 2G, Prince Albert followed 28, Sasfcaloon with 30 and Klnderslcy 32. There was also rain last nlglil at many potnls In the tfi rcc prairie provinces. Tho foro- casL is mostly fair and unseasonably cool; frost lu many, localities. TELEGRAPHERS STH1KE. Uurltngton, N. J. Sept. linn dred telegraphers of the Trenton div- ision ol tbe Pennsylvania Railroad left their hoys at S a.m. today, effec- tually trine up the division. Xat- a train has moved since. Austrian Claim. Sept. ilic Itcmntla sector, on the front norihwesl of Trieste, the Austrlana bavc recapiur- cil ground gained by the Italians, ac- cording to an undated official state- ment from Ihe Austrian war office received here. The statement ssyjj the Ilal.AnB can no longer boost of having gained yard ot ground. Up to the present lime, according lo :tie announcement the AufilrJanshave taken more than C.OOO prisoners In the ilermada region, Berlin Heporl. Herlln, Sept. French have resumed the offensive In the Verdun region, according to today's war of- fice statement. They attacked last nlghl on a twenty, mile front, hut were repulsed, II IB declared. Tin's morning (he balllfrwaa renewed. British Successes. London, Sept. palrol fight- ing on the Yprea last night the enemy Buffered severq .casualties northeast ot St. says' loday'a official statement. "In the neighborhood of Gavrcllc .a successful raid iraa car- ried oiff- by a. small party of our troops. "Langemarck was heavily shelled by-Ihc enemy yesterday evening and there was some hostile artillery ac- tivity at other.points later In the night. No Infantry actions develop- ed." German Statement. Berlin, Sept. supplementary official statement issued by the Ger- mnn war office this evening, reads: 'In the west the artillery activity was strong only before Verdun. "In Livonia oUr'cavalry is in con- tact with the enemy.'1 Succeu ifi, E. Africa. Havre, following ol tidal communication dealing willi the campaign fn East Africa lias been Issued-'by Ihc Belgian War Olfico: "The German's ifave retreated In order to Inlorcslcd citizens inej up, Ihc city commissioners IMVC Btnrd tiie following lu meet with tho delegates viho will bo named from [ayinond anil to assemble lei LeihurJdgc at an early date lo discuss organization: C. S. Xoble, Mobleford; no. -McU. Davfdsuu, Couldule; J. 11, C. Harvey, .cthbrldge; A. M. Grlgg, Ixilhhrlnge; J. McClahi. Monarch; R ti. .M. L. A., aud the represeniing various orE zations in Lethbridge: G. It. Mar- iocb7 A. Ilayr, II. A. D. A. Simpson, J. Armstrons, J- U. Tur- icy, H. J. 11 Skellb, U. Fred Smeed, Jud Virlne. J. T. Graham, If. G. G. B. McKay, II. H, Dav- dson, J. F. IlltchEc, A. Morrow. O. F. Uraenliach. McC. Moore, the fair hoard executive and tbe city conimlsslonern. U Is lo Ray Knight of Raymond to "suggest a dale BJH! arrange for the appointment of representatives from the two It is desired i f tbol (he znccUng be failed at an early dale. HYPOCRITICAL LEGISLATION Vancouver. Sepl. S.-rThc Vancou- ver Sun says editorially today on the proposed franchise act: I 'The provision ol the franchise act refusing voles lo the women ol Cau- ada who arc not the mothers or j wives of soJrlierfi on active servlre, j pretending lo be based on pat-1 rlotlsm, has up ulhc-r basis Lul the j deterniliiaUdn io inaXe use at Can- ada's distress and suffering LO 1 Hie Tory No more hypocrit- ical measure has ever Irccu hatched out by a political party here or else- where. The' only war It seeks to win Js the war of Ilie profiteers, Ihe graft- era ahtl the rascals of Ottawa against COMING TO RAYMOND S. L. Taube, the Eyesight Specialist, Oi (lie Taubfc'Optical Co.; Calgary, Will be at Our Drug Store ON FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER2ist For (lie purpose of .examining eyes ami siiit- hig glasses. NO IS WRONG WITH YOUR EYES DO NOT FAIL TO CONSULT HIM.'ALL WORK ABSOLUTELY GUARAN- TEED TO SUlf THE EYE THE SAME AS THE TEST. P. B. Fowler THE RAYMOND PHARMACY RAYMOND, ALBERTA PRESBYTERIAN Knox Church I Corner 4th Avc. and Blh Street S. A. H. Pastor Rev. W. F. Burnt, Acting Pillor. Re'EuIar cervices al U HDd p.m. 30 a.m.: lioyn DepBTttnenL. 12.30 a.m. Big'ShlnrV Bible Class. 2.03 p.m.i-IJlE Brothers' Bible Claaa. 1.00 p.m.: Other.Departments of SUD- School 4 p.m.: Chinese Class. THE UNITED CHURCH' OF NORTH LETHBRIDGE Revi E. J. Hodginl, B.A., Pastor 1271 Bth AVe. N. Phone 1659 10-H.nv: Class Meeting Cor IJoya anct Cllrla. 1L a.m. Topic: MThe ol Illuilraleil. 2 il.m.: Deglnners and IVltnary ot the Sufltlay School. 3.1B: Other o( the Sunday t School. 7.30'r.m.: Subject, "The True Spirit METHODIST Wesley.'Church Rev. ChaL.E. B. D, Pastor. Hcsldbnco 32.0 St, S.' 11 a.m. MomtnE Worship. Subject. "The.lrfeal Church Ctn- The-Babrament p[ the Lord's supper will be 46ralnl3terecl at the close of Ihe morning service. 2 p.m.: Senior Mission 3 li.m. Dlhlo. School anj Bible Classes. 7.30 iun.: filvcnlng Worship.' Subject, "Interesting dinner! Stale Sncdal minlc Ihe choir under leadership of. Glaaae Hughes, of Unity." I ANGLICAN CHRISTIAN SCIENCE First Church of Christ Hull Block, 7th SUTtt S. Sunday .Scrvlci at 11 I.T.I. "Man." Wednetdiy Evening, Tettlnony mMt- inff'at 8 p.m. The rean.fnf room la open cx: cert and Icgftl hqlldajs, from 3 to 5 p.m. ifcrefthb blbJo And author- ized Chrlstlnn Science literature may he read, borrowed or purcbtBed. Tho public 1.1 cordlnlty "Ihvlled lo at- tend the uhurch tlso to visit Iho rcadlnf room. SL CyjtrUa'j Church Cor. lltn Mreet and 8th AVI. South. Btv. Canon W. V, McMillan, 1 Hector a. School snj tibia 3 p.m. RVEN3ONO l.iQ p.m. A.M. Addresi "Lj'or.'' P.M.: ServlcO and- Intercession. Haly and 3rd SQD- It S.09; 2nd anil 4lh Slllldiya 11 ajn. Similali at 4 p.m. PENTECOSTAL Mission (Apoitollc Faith) Co.-, ith !8lh St. N, C, fasler. Runway al U aim. tntl 7.30 p.Tn! 7tietiday and Thursday at S p.ri. Plrlni HMllnf. hi Comlrtj 54on. 4 HtARTV TO'vtlA Christian Cjr. 3rd Avc. iqd Ith.St. 8. Frank A. Mknlaier. Residence, B06 7lh St 1M7. 10.35 a.m.: Bible by nrcach.ing and Cpnimuhlon SGrrici] Si.ibleci: "Th At all good Grocers ;