Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 8, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta
SA'ITWUY, SKPTEMBKR 8, 1017 nm LETimmoGE IJAILY HKUAI.D PAGEN1NR COME WHEAT (fc'iom OUT Own Coaldalc. Sept. Duck soavun opened vlth a bans Saturday; Jn (act Ihe bombardment was so heavy ou Saturday inornUiR ttinl wo wero iiol sure ivo were In The duufcs are [ileurlful and ilio b are (ull. School opened on ccutly married at Lelhbrldge, and who i is spending a weelis here bcfare going to her home In Missouri. 'I ho Lndlrt Aid will hold ther an- r.uai bazaar In (ho solido! auditorium i Nov. 2, Mrs. Davidson, or I-elLb ridge, will be present al lLo meeting of tho wo- men's institute on Saturday, Sept. 15, to give tv lalk oil canning, and pk-kling. A cordial Invitation extended to all Indies of the to be v.-Jiellier members of with a considerably Increased, attend Tlio registration when complete will roarh 75. TUrec rooms are fn operation. .Mr Gould Las grades iYIII, to X, Miss lloas has grades IV. [to VII., aud .Miss iiunt ha? grades I. .to III. Miss ]loss Is the additton to the itaff and arrived ou Monday from her home lu Duluiniel.v In addition to the rep'jlnr work sho will bo In charge ot the household science work of Iho higher gratlcj. Thts Is being .undertaken hero this year for HID first llmo. r.iiJ Is a distinct step in ad- vance, li Is n significant fact that only ilrrce oilier schools in the pro- vince, uru itotnfi this, namely Calgary, Kdinouton and Cnmrosc. Mies Hunt also arrived on from her home in Iron Springs where dm spoil I her vacation. ficy. J. M, Kaiveelt, was attending (lie district meeting of (ho Methodist churcli, Tlie Ladles' AM met (Ills week at ihe- home of Mrs'f T, B. Tho meeting look tho fctcpUtm for .Mrs. droves a. slslcr .of Punt institute or nut. 11 Is a significant fact (bat llie first car of wlic-al marketed In Alberta season was Ehtppcil from hero by the Ellison MUHugCo., by Peter Lund ou Ills farm two miles north -if town. Hie wheat graded N'o. 1 and .weighed CJ poutiils lo the bushel, of the wheat ijireabed Is grad- ing No. 1. Very llUle being No. 2, and Is much better than H was at one tlrao cincctctl. Tlio yield Is also much Letter than was looked for. H. A. Huggltl's tnrtBt la at work en the 1MI. In tlw Van Horn colony nnd on every farm tho average is 25 bushch to the acre. In some crises It will bo more. A good many of the young ladles have donned overalls aud are to be seen dally on grain wagons, hauling lo the elevator. This relieves tlio labor situation lo a considerable ex- tent and it Is profitable afld healthy as wcU- as patriotic. F. Kntipp la nursing a hand which into too clojo .contact with Hie threshing machine., [lev. and .Mrs. Pike, of Iron Springs, were visitors at the parsonage on" DISTRICT NEWS Grade Much Hitler Ex- News of Town Thursday- Mrs., Vance, of Kdtnonlon. Is Visiting ItCv. J. M. Faweell tlils of Cowley is visiting __________ _ _.p _Mrs. II..A. SuggUl. If you mkkeypur in a your grocer SEAL BRAND COFFEE, J -FTRTCROUND (FOR USE IN PERCDVCT3Ci The top of each can is fharked.as above. In 'A, 1 and 2 Ib. Tins. Never sold in Bulk. CHASE SANBORN, MONTREAL. IW Ste our Exhibit irt the Transportation Building, Canadian nai Exhibition, Toronto, Aug.2Stli toStft.iotli Canada's Most Popular "Country This is Country Club week in tlie week that has been set aside for the special purpose of displaying this most popular of all sport Overland Country Club. ffe, want you to see ex- aniine it at (Apse note the strik- ingly stylish beauty of its interior as weU as 'exterior lines. Every detail reflects the height of good taste. We want you in drive it if you please and to satisfy yourself as to the power plus economy of its motor. We are at your service at all times but we are particularly anxious-to have you drop in this week to see our special Country dub exhibit. Brief Specifications four fatstnttr uati 31 horirpower GfHtltevtr rtarifnnii Five wire wheels 4 Inch Alitn-Lile starting antt 104 Inch whcffffote D. S. Williamson Co. S 1'llORQ 1516 Street Soulh LethhrMffo, WiUys-OvtrUnd, Wlfljv-Knlf hi fend Motor Lfj'.il HMH! Toronto, Coalhursl. Sept. cutting fn tliis district Is about completed threshing has been in progress for sev- eral days. Some of the wheat brought In appears lo be much Leittr ibau was ex titled and Ihc average grade aroutLd here will most, probably be No. '2. Threshing cipenaM are very 1S and la cents per bushel being charged by a number of threshers. appears lo be no Ghortagc ol lior.so lar. v Mr. and Mrs. J. Kelioiigli arc rejoic- ovtr th'e arrival ol a baby boy, tills Miss Knowlcs, the principal oC the hool, lias been delayed by d will not arrive undl sometime cok. .Miss Knowlcs Is al present .yiug al Ksdale-ilacdoiiald- spent-iho -wech- d wttli friends at Calgary. Tho annual-moetlnff ol-lhp ,llon ol St. MattheVs churdi will S Reports-will-be matters ap, _ _, irt ot Ibe cliurt-h" bo'coneldered iyMl bc'aorvod aifler ihe days tills Keek jth (rleuas-at Kernle: The Infalit'clillcl of Mr. and .SJrs, A iiestis died on Wednesday evenhit ler a 'few. hours' Illness.' Th6 tinier was held on Fridzj- afternoon lo elhbrldge cemetery. Rev. C arsb ollictntlnE. McKay and McKaj ere the undertakers. Jluch-sympa Is fell the parents in Ihel ereavemenl- Leltcrs from local boys at Hie fron how that they ore all well .Olid 1 ooil spirits. Mr. and Mrs. II- Cunning of HeEin re visiting ivilll Jlr.- and .Mrs. A. P uniting..... Jolm ilalalltl Informs us that he I perstm referred lo in onr note I last week. Hc.'assurca us dial h as lived-here for the iiast six yoai nd Is a loyal cillzen ol this country To liavc pleasure In corrcctinR an uprcsslon to tho A largo.niirrifccT of lucal people too JvWaEfi ol Uio Labor o Fernle on llondayV hat more (lian 100 Co'alhiirsl pcopl ooli the trin, Mrs. Marsli anrt little! son relnrne o Coalliurst.on Tuesday, .Mrs. John Watmongh has- bee cry sick tnis iveek but is now makln fair recovery. TJ'o mpnlhly business o iQV Red Cross tomnilUee will .b elil in the Presbyterian cniirclix Vedncsday oveninc at p.m. Tli vlll bo an Important meeting angements will be made (or the a ujl meeting of (he soclcly. 'All mer iers of tbe committee are nrged I e present. Tho secretary haa ctvert the folloiving contributions 'inlay Macdonald, K; J. T. Pcrclv nd P. H: Pcrclvnl, ?2 each; S. Dickie, T. DicWe, J. Jlorrisoy, J. Lynn, J.. Olmstank, J. Dnloskl, H. BllcT, S. Dls- on, J. runly, J. Holmes, Dam- iridge, D. McAllister, D. Caweron.-W. Cordon, P. Melllng, J. Murray, .T. Collcr, O. D. Luens, each. TO MAKE LABOR IN U. 8. L0YAL -Mlnncniiolts, Sept. Amer- cnn Alliance for Labor nnri. Demo- cracy expcclcil lo conclude the Imsl- ol Its three day loyqKy meeting today and adjourn tonight aller a nicetlng. Moat of llie eastern delegates return to their homes on the, "Red, While and lilue" special train. Ul- erflluro will be distributed along Iho way, telling of Ihe ivork cd here In the Ilrsl drive of 'the Mg campaign to make American lati'or loyal nml clear the land of proper- man propagandists.. MONTREAL MYSTERY; Oar O .Magratli, Sepl. I own council _el on Wcdnctday evening with May- r IJennlon', Councillors CJibb. r and Tanner. Sec.-Trl-as. Uudfrey. ud Solicitor Z- W. JRI-QUS. present. tho new church., whk'li vilh a few j minor allftratloiis wcve approvi-J and FOOII specifications be pro- pareJ lenders will be called (or. Tho of the cliim-h is ull in unil cvcrylbfiiE'ls reqdy tor au iinnicdla'e start with the builulog as soon as tho contract Is let Tnc lioaril hope that the building vlJl be fur use in the T be litiancc-i Tor iKu new cillflco are coining well aud an orl vi.'I be ruude to see if llie K can oneiied frco of debt. Tho school uusttHS hud a meeting on Tuesday aad ciicnod ilio tcudora Hist bad come in tor the new two-, rauuied school house. OLIP of ihe ten- ders was acccyted and work will be slarlnd 'a' onco. The school house will be of brick and will i-onsHt i( for Iho incsuiit wiili a full baseiueDi.' The Ladles' Aid of the churth held their usual monthly iceeiitig at the homo of J-lrs. llui-innan on Thursday nL-o or Diem- aflornoorf, a poftd Your Bright Tinware .will smile back at you and it will i wear longer if you keep it clean with Old Dutch Me quesllon of ilurchiisiriK lilooV: 55 j berg bolng out... or a ptrk was d.'strUssctl and I a tied: .Mr. and, Mrs. jl, Stewart, who havoi next mceilng. The marshal was LCC-D paying a.'round ot visits to their icted to demonsirate ihc new fltu r.uiiierous IricnOa (n tlio Pakoias, re- e and give the jiublic an Mea til j lunied home on TJiursrlay evening, Btnllli ivas a business visitor Lo Calgary this week1. By ihc DUDiber new people u-lio arc deslrious ol com Ing lo N'obloford to livo It would pay some one ID huild a number of ow name works. The monthly pay- oH am1, quarterly were prescnt- d and referred PinaiK-c toiutuit- ee, Lylaw was appointing Z. V Jacobs, RoKcitor for the town until n of umall houses cilher lo 1 I91S'- Tlio marshal was in- rent or tn soil. It tburo was the ac- truttcil to have Eiiccil bylaw auvl coiumodailon thcro is no doubt that mlcil nntl prosecute all violators of'a Quraber of tho farmers from ainc T" the. Gurrounillng district would be In Alayor ilcniitoii Was appointed 'dele- ate to llie union munu-inality convcn- lon lo bo held-Ia Calgary on Sept. 19- 0. Mr and Mrs. Berry wlali to [lank their many, friends who so hind- cpsisted -them during Ihc sIckneBa nrr-dealh of tteir child. The little James-Harold, was just, a [Idle bus been iJ) for the. surrounding district would be the habit "of Ifavlng a In the Duck shooting started on the nrat and some ol our loi-al ntmroria were ant brfglit actl early, According lo the reports the bags were fairly good but there Is one story o[ a young 'nnn 'fio -crept up to a rourilo of birds and took very careful aim tliett missed. His friends say that lie must IIRVC been tired. he jiiohlh of August tho l10t'al A -their t-hllil for, _ possible KcJ C'ross- jO-Earvth'e-i'hllil, buL with- F Gagan. are Itf'iragrath'. just of have been industrious for A lios has been sent to tho'headquarters al Calgary con- taining 114 ol received froni the Kcltu tllslrict from Ihc NewJanJs friends. Thcjj c-ommlttee ol the.Noblpford Tied Cross' -run Cross .suppUcS ,loy ilfff central .oRice in olgnVy on'Thursday.: T bandages. 6 dny G surgical sliirts, 2 con- valescence robes, 4S triangular .band- ages, G khaki slings, 20 many-tailed IB tillages, 3 pairs pyjamas. Two nice ilulilE have also been made by llie la- lies and will Lo sent to tbe soldiers' home in Calgary- About 30 ladies were present. nL the lied Cross rooms on Thursday .and a grcal deal of work done. The Mltsca Myrtle and Ijylc Shclton h'erc-iUraeu Iioms aflcr spending Iwp weeks holidaying at Daun. Thrtthing Proceeds Thrjcshlng if on in full achuies seen in lion. Most--of ilhe culling" of Is fiiiished auollicr wcpk wiH see all' the grain in Ihla dtstrlcL fmistied. Mr. Wbilt's grain on a flcltl west of town averaged IS bualicls, sqwn slubble. -Mr. Halderson Ihreshcd field which vciii go 35 busLel (o llie acre. 'On Sntunluy evening a jolly bunch o[ young folks were cnlcrtuined at the ClM -Jensen.. A dcilghlful GOMPERS PRESIDENT Minneapolis, Bejit. Gom- pcra, proLiIcnL of ilie Amerlcali Fed- eration of Labor, today was unani- mously elected president of the Aui- nrlran Alliance tor I.ubor and Oeui- recently organized to solidify labor behind the government, and Rlamp out the activities of disloyal- ist. PLACE SPAN SEPT. 17 GERMAN MONOGRAPH ON THE 4 WAR. Copenhagen, Kept. S. Tbe German general Is to begin the Quebec. Sept. centre span of liie (Juebrc- bridge will be put In place on Reptcniber 17, if noililng furllier happens to derange plans of the constructors. The trouble with thq men working on llie over has been settled and Uio sit Ion hoisting jack which (ojiplcd over into the river is being recast In Mon- treal by the St. Lawrence bridge Co, nnd will be ready on timo. pubLitiLilon of a series of monographs die (ladles and canipslgna of the war." They will be written by par- Hcliiaius on Hie basts of ofliclal nm- IcriHl and will fte the first approach b an official German history uf the IE thankful to aukuowfedgn Hie from1'the aux- hopes that with the' reliirn -of ihc sli'orter days that work-ivill be dono for ibis worlby cause. -Threshing hag been begun In Ihts dfslrlct but it is not yet far.enough on to get any idea as lo what the yield will be. .'The wheat is turning out better than ivliat was expected and so It may be that the vields be belter as well. Work has been going1 on for eomc on a new well al Ihc farm re'- cently occupied Iiy D. Whitney, and on Tlmrsday a good stream of ivater was struck" at n depth of 200 feet. Anolhcr Iriuniph Tor our local water diviner, T. IJavlns. As B leam was bringinE in .a load of grain on Thursday afternoon the fiorscs were frightened by a'jiassing auto and as a result the pole was bro- ken. We arc plcasefl to say Ihat this was the' only damage nnd th'c wheat was brouynl safely lo town In jmotlicr wagon. var. The firpi volume will appear hi October. lime was rcffcslibients were served during Ihe evening. Lcvl Ilafhcr and R. W. Bradafrnw relumed from the cast where they attended the sale ot wool. 'School reopened on Tuesday morn- Jnff-ft'Ith a line-up" of teachers and Principal Jared >Jercer in charge. Montreal, shrouds the Kepi. 1.' -.Mystery death In the Montreal general hospUnl yesterday ot.n fnart who gave name as Frank Ilansea vhen admUlCil as n patient on. August 1 suffering from severe wounds In the head nnd two hullefs In Ms" back. He Inkcn from St. Ijxmbprf, -.where he was found In a semi-conscious con- tllllon the tracks crihc-M6n- lrd.il and Southern .Counties railway but nolhlng scema to bo Vnown him. lie tlul nol give the hoaplUl jMithnrltles nnv InformnttoiK. except his name. MAXWCLL PROFITS Preliminary- esllmalea of Maxncl .Motor earnings for the fiscal ye.ir cntlcd July 30..1317, slrovr uet.pro In esccaa of to 530 a Rliaro ftn tho common alock after tlecluetlon of (ho dlvMemirTdr' per ccnJ, cinnulatlvc first pfefcr nnd Ihe G per cent. non-_cu mill al lie second preferred- AIR RAID ON GERMANY. oiipnliaEen, Sc-pt. Vos- he Zellimg slates that ivsre Wiled antl three seriously inur- ed In an airplane attack on the- town of Larir, Germany, on Replemljcrr 4. GOES JO COAST. Sept. 7.- -Lady Tilanche Cavendish, Jau'ghjcr of the Uukc of Ucvonshirc. governor general of Can- ada, and small private parly, passed through the city Wednesday night en- route for the coast. Makes Cooking a Pleasure No bending over a hot top to reach the Kootenay controls 'are all on the outside in front And the. oveii thermometer shows the tetnper- ature without opening the oven door. This range saves fuel; timej trouble; your temper. Write for booklet. KOOTENAY RANGE WTO HOHTHEAL OHM. Hi. Ill------- C-iSEATOON For Sale "by the TAYLOR HARDWARE CO. YOU CAN DO BETTER- Our Own Correspond en I) Noblcfortl, Sept. IMonday was Labor day, Ihe HOY. J. A, Leilic, the bca'l mlnlplcr preached a special ser- iririn lo men on Suprtay cvcnrnjr- He dealt with the broad aspect of the abor disputes the present was going to improve to a con- cxlMit IJiV jtosltlori ol the working man In futiiie. McClaln, local farm- ers bad a rather acciilcr.l laat Friday. He lias recently Inycslcd. in i gas buggy anil when turning llie iaudlc It backfired with Ihc result nrm was broken. We arc piedscil lo say, however, that it is "progrcasinc very gJccly noiv. Per- haps he wlU invest in-a Car with a aeft starter after he recovers, The Incal whlrli has been leased to C. Halirte lor tome time sold last Saturday lo Robert Tackaberry. The sale includes Ihe sltir'aml Ihe bulhHng together with nl Ithe machinery thai wenl In make tho garage otic of, (he btsl In (he irtallcr lowris." Thp'vrice'that wiis was very-cOnslijsrRblo but Mr. Tachnberry Is salfaflcrt with Ills bar- gain. Tho new owner look possession anil EO far this week haa hiil n vcty busy tlirio. Tbo liplJrtay lost was not observed very much' here. The flno wt'llhcr and the readiness of the harvest caused pr.icllcally all Ihe (armers lo bo At work In ihe fields, vhllC In .some' cases life (lii'eahlng were grimllng o.ul Ihclr gol deii grain. Sonic uf our business people, however, look Iho opporluntly rtf having a break Jn the working iljie- and went -away for. the cml. Among Ihcao were Mr. Kllpat- our 'genial bank inanngcr, who spent tliG holfrlay" al hh brother's hcnrte al Olds uml look with him K. Speck. Miss Magcc also wcril sway lo Cnlgnry for thci hollrtay, whllc'T" WAS at Carrrmngay. Mr. KIrtrly, of Iho Merchants' bank here, waff also al Calgary.' Speck haa acceptcd n position oif Ibc staff of Hif at .VoblefoM Cohjralntatlona to Bhcrly, who Iww been promoted frdhi the position of teller In the local (lfcnK to thai p( manasor in branch ot Ihc ,Mcr IK will leave here ah or (I? lo (Ake hjs neir nrpolntment. 'A mceilng of .the in an a fee ra of .tho I'rcsbylcrlfln church held evening the home ,There was a rood at- I lemlsnce of members and. consider- me. rhltf For Thirsty Ones! Buo' lips .in the rich, creamy foam, and taste flavor of this sparkling Malt beverage. It conjures'Ihc palate wilh ils Eoflness bf incrcuscs your fnilh by its distinction and Quality, RIK! it chccra the body with tlie golden glow of Good grocers nnrl druggists sell it by tho casci Also at onnfectiou- crs, clubs, rcslauranla, sodi fountains, etc. Put up in quirti, piati, plnU, or in MANUTiiCTUUD OITLT IT L L DREWRY, limited, Wuinjpfcg, Man. Lli'rHHHIIMJK MEKOANTILK CO., LTD. Exclusive Agents and DMribiitsri for ftcuthtrn JACKSON i CO., "RUGdlSTS. ALBERTA BUFFET. LETHSRIDCE HOTEL. ALEXANDRA'HOTEL. HOTEL. OUYMPIA CONFECTIONEHV, f CONFECTIOHERV.