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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 21, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta n LKTimnfftne FRIDAY, SKPTKMHKll .don, Sept. non-coms aud men ate g wlih tbc .Metal. W- K. nrown. "euro enemy bombers r.nd killc-J iwi a stiff fighi. He also Ie O. II, "u (orward and worked it i TJe afrer (lie remainder were cj.suaUlcs." C. ll. Atchirley, cavB through our barrage .red ilie fusil's wire, passive (or our malu attaching K. P. Harr, "held in ehci'k illl artillery wns cbiaineJ." J. front.h, rivalry, "attnckod silenced a. luaulilne pun. nod capTurtM TwPatj'-iwo anil (be _ loaX coniuianu ouJ bjmlieJ orp. C. H. Kcene, cavalry, "IM a zdo clcarlcp the way _jti ti> o lines of wire." ;rgt. 'L. Kirhy. "repeatedly led his apainst machine sun firo (ook cocirnanrt when Ihe platoon '.f became a caF'Js'iy." ?rgi. MtCandltsh, "surrounded jiui n Ljachinc gun oui of action, idios .lie enemy -quaJron Sorgt. Major ilcCoriiuo- through Llic wire anfl Thr-.l fnijr dusouls hiir EC If. He in evacuiting wounJed and The Salt in DemandToday indsor of IxmionJ, vvero callers at 1 rivers Wednesday. Tho Soulh livery barn has i-linnscJ also the dwtlliug anil properly. Hoy Paulson has ;elurned from Cat- g.iry, where lie lias tern lor Jiicdlea. aid. Mrs. M. and daughter ro- (unictl today ironi a lUree weeks' visit lu Mom an a. Mr. Humiiecr Is driving a iwwFMd OUm. Sept. W.-Nalloiwl Ser- (h s week. .Mr so M Ms I IVY- bo centra] Wpa rolei var lo Mr. ILuMcu since hii r -en (Frpp Pur Own Corrv-s-onJfnl) Coildale, Sept. UcConufck uiJ Miss Hamsay relumed on Salur- fr6m nip 10 tho coast ol about a-mnnlh's uunmon. The Women's institute oponod on Saturday afternoon The summer recess. A good attendance was pre- sent and were much interested (Q Ibe aiMrrss un cooking by Mrs. Davidson, At tho meeting Mrs. El. S. Parson viz iiupoliiied convenor of a com- miiiee 10 be chosen by horsflf. 10 canvass this district soHaimg for the Ked" fund. The lerrilory cover- ed will extend from west ol the nurs- ery to Chin aod uorlh to the river. The coaM'butions may be made on one sum or may consist ot monUily contributions. H would assist the col- EUD J lectors materially if ihe people called on bave ihe amount of their contriuu- tions decided before the collectors ar- ..IL Ladies' Aid met this week al idred and tombing [the tome of Mrs Halpy A large at rums ell. tendance was Details in con :-rgt. F. Milton, "regardless ot ger. lei his plaloou and rallied ;m after cansfderati'y sbaljen a mine cxplofion, bayonet. Uns the 2my who fired the NEW NAME FOR PRUSSIA. egina. Sask.. Espl.. Prussia. it., will shortly by nauje. A aelEgaftijti? of Army arid vy Veteran? from Tlegina mat ihe BTI council at tbut Tuesday wten !t WES decided otfer a" ze for the bes! in the, y ol a name and HGK names the streets whose fiertnan oatces iund dislivor with the disfavor with ihe Telerans. In building up sectional lire re- ilr cleanliness is a prime requisite. B stock should well stitched and air bllsiers either rolled or pricAetJ iL Eacb operalioa shoultl be fol- iwed by a cloth saturated with ae lo take off-the bloom. Ths faso- nectlon with the annual in November were arranged. Mrs. -McDowell arrfTetl on Sundaj- morning Jrom Illinois to spend a few weeks with her daughter, Mrs, D. S. Mrs. A, Haley Is spending a few days Tisitiug Mrs. H. Pawsoii, Lethbridge. A ore .irhlch did confJderable dam- age lo Ihe home ot 7.. Pronikosky, tnj'ne out one Cay last week. A kettle of lard left on Ihe store to render was responsible for the disaster. B. S. unloaded (our car- loids' of "sheep on which be recently purchased in Lscombe, for winter feeding. ba.s been shipped, from bere this Miss Hazel Brown has organized her classes in piano and violin instruc- tion for- the Call term. A number from here are lafeln? rooal and clocu- Hat. majp his regular moutlLly call ?.t Lomond tills week. Mr. Dosso, Ir.ivolliDS suyerinicn- dent for the Pioneer Lumber Com- [i.iny. was in l.oiuund on Wednesday. b MIFS Ulodsay Is In the Lo-j tnoiid district wheat for the! Strong Dowler d'rala Co. of l.eih-1 bridge. J. A, Howers deUrerci! his thlrteenlh outfit on lo i acd Daw- j son. of Armada, li belns Q 12-2- Saw- ycr-Masscy. Duel; 5hoolcr? have been baggins large nujubers of ducks. Mrs. A. Greenwocv.1 has received her jiocK oi millinery nnil has on display al her music store. The Standard Unnk has tnoveJ into Ihelr cew A. Parkcs has sold his [rulL store lo Jack Bowers nnd aas, yurchasod' Ctiris Hole's rariuius oulfit. Thp lown lias taken over Ihe water delivery supply and has hired J. Low- ler lo haul Ihe water from the spring unUl ibe wcMs are drilled, which, when good drinking water is found, will bo used far the town ronputup- tion. R. II. Hughes, druggist liere and Miss S. Jrwln. of Hipley, OnUi-fo. were united'In marriage on the 5lU lust. They will take up their residence in Mr. cottage Cen'rc St. McKeDna and Devaney, barristers, arrived In" town on Thursday a.nd have opened up tLcir orfices in the new building. Mrs. Karrel haa successfully passed a dangerous operation In Calgary and Is prosressiog favorabJy a! her home here. if A man's Ihc jrJbunal (s that lio cnn render greater nmional service while follow- inp it. bo will bo i-xempted from the (tie army. Again, where undoubted liurilshSp would ensue from ibo man belns called to Iho fti tho ease ot coly sou with a depeaileut ivldowcd special elrcuui- staoccs will bo taken into considers llou. AJcdtcnl boards have now beeu es- tablished nt practkaUy every luobll- liutloa centre. Orders providing [or Itavo been sent to the 0, O. C. ol each uUlllaiy dls trict. havo not yet cu taaJe. iho boards will be created wfthhi the next lew days. Tho Mon- treal toirJ fs sfhcduleJ (u open to- day. The boards come uuiler the general suyervlsCon o( (iiu tiiedloal scrvli-ei hrnncji or Iho militia department aud It Is L-iQiiliuslieU here thnt thern Is absolutely na desire to take unfit men into tho nriuy, I'niler Iho terms o( the MUllary Service Act, Lt Is polnlcil out, not moro than can lie drafted. It is In the Interests of tlio mllltnry authorltlCfi that the best men available, from Hie physical stduit- pufnt, shall seJei'led. Unfll men are not wanted. Extrnliintfon of men ffir con- scrlfMon will start In Saskak-lipwan at p.m. on Monday, Sept, 2llL. H Is officially announced. OUawi, Sept- formation of brill tribunals crenlrd under Lhii niHi- lary service act will be comvlcled next week. Jlcfinlatlons fovcrnltig QII- plli-allons to tho tribunals aro now under conslderailou llio mlUtary service eouucll and will bo published TV lion the proc-laumtlou calling out Iha first class of men Is Issued, ihe terms of Uic regulattune liavo not yet bceu definitely determin- ed, It Is understood here, lhal there hi Hule llkehhood of absolute ex- iemnllon of any particular Indualry. JTlio experience o! Great Ilrltaln In regard lo preferential has beet: specially fousldered. In Great llritnliv the practice of exempting In- Olvlilual trarlea by .uatuo and as o whotc was-foui7il .to'be unsuccessful anil led to abuse. Tho Id on In Can- ada, therefore, will rather be that of particular consideration of tho ludl- vMunl case, wllh. ot 'course, full re- gard for iho nature of tjio cccuuatlou. An application for exemption by t fariiier, lor Instance, would ualurtMy recplvo yreal coJialderulloii, a not engaged lu any productive cupucUy or essenitally useful service, would not ho emitted lo oxcuiplloii on account of Corrcspouclenco has bcon. rwclveil express hip Hio fear men will be drafted wliglesulo In the army without 'i canslderallon for business considera- tions. Such fears, It It; puitiled out nro absolutely groundless. Tho cen' tral Idea gavornlng tho creation ot iho tribunals Is that (hoy shall select for military horylco only thoao who can btsl bo served la ilio national in (treat. WOMAN CONVICTED OF Sbawune. Okla., euco Mary Hoc, ago 3S, VM found eullly today ot Iho murder ot.her hus- bund, Hoc, ago two'days af- ter their marriage, at Drumrlghl, nnd was glvon a sentence ot S9 years al hard I at or. lusantty vag tba jilci of llto defetiBp. Hoe's body was found, tho throat cut, hidden lit a trunk which, had been burled under the floor ot their house. tion p.l the Conservatory in." I-elh- bridgc. Xan Macintosh has eone to Gall hospital, Lelhbridge. L step. .AH fabric must be apjtlled n coal down. WLSOBl'S FWWDS WILL Kilt MORE FUfSTIUH or AHV ,-J STICKV f.y CATCH' Clean to hurdle. Sold by all Drug- pisU. Oroccrs and Gcr.cnl Bhy "Anuric" Is am INSURANCE Against Sudden Death. .x Before in Insurance Company will Uke a on jaarlile the Examining physician will leitthp nrine and report wheihcr yon are 3 food risk. Jour tidneta get elnjiguh aaJ yoo Enlfcr (torn backacbe, bick-heid. dizzy or (be iKingca ant] of laobago, lad font. TLe urin- is often clondy, foil channels gc( lire ind sleep is .diElurbed two or Ibree times m njfht. This J3 the lime yon consult goite ol ffidfl K Pierce ol Ihr Inrabda' Hotel and Surgital BuBalo, N. y. Send him 10 cents hi nmnle pickagc of Iil3 oeir dUcovcry, Krito him yonr Eyinptoins and icnd s Ei.-npOp ul nrinc for Biperiencc lias lulghl )Jr. Tierce thai "Aroric" la (Le most pttwerint agent In flJE-ohiig niio r.cid, 33 Jj'jl xatcr yiells Eagar; peiidej being ftbsolulcljr tinnlea it is endowed mill c'.h-r propcrliea, lor it preterres tlie kidneys m tealihy condition by thoroughly Being eo many lima more acirte Uan Ullns, it clean Iho heart- 7ftlvf3 of >ny aandy Eubstancta .which mftycJog (hern ana checks Uio deieneralion cl the blood -vessels, ts well u regnlating blood pret-nre. "Anoric" a regular insnr.ince and tbow who deposit lime-ialts in tlieir joints. .Ask Ihe druggisl lor "Anoric" pnl up fcy Dr, Fierce, in pacT COMMERCIAL AIRCRAFT York. Sept. to root' ganuc an international commission on civil neronautlcs, with Ihe object of studying Ibe possible application ol alrcratt lor commercial purposes and tinding employment for the thous- ands of aviators alter the war, bare been taken by the Aero club o[ Amer- ica, (t was announced here last night Similar commissions already have been organised in France and Eng latd, it was said. 5TRENQTH AND BEAUTY Com with Df. Pkrce'ft Golden Pfecorerr. Tbls Is a btood cleanser and 1 lhal tUrlj the liver and IntoTlforoiif action, bod7 lo rich red blew tl.elicArL, ntntf, brain nd 6t borir. The organs wnrlr pn-wllilr like .nachToerr running In oil. r Toa elf in, .strong eireniioiu iir pM pf Und, telnV. ihing ronsiderably, but neverLhe-l tbe cleralar man is kept busy. Ed. Johnston took in orer bush- els of Tb'e'at and loaded out five cars' one day last week, z record for the j ehjaior tere. Lesier Erade arrived this morning from North Dakota where he has been for ihe.pasl year. We are glad to, welcome him borne again. I No place In the Lethbridge district benefit more from the new news -Siriee recently on the Herald Iban will Coalflale. We can DOW get'our paper on tnc same day it Is printed aud U contains later news by sli hours than the Calgary morn- irij paper. We have desired this for a long time 2nd are DOW pleased that the has made It possible. All points should be similarly affected. TRAVERS (Frcm Our Own Trarers, Sent. and and .Mrs. l (olden and son returned this week from a lour months' trip to the States, Tailing In Illinois and Iowa Kith old neighbors and relatives. Their youngest son Clyde, returned with i them and expscla to start up farming here., Mrs. Stamp's youngest son, Fred, re- turned last ureRk from England. He enKalcd and has been Ihcrc a year or more, but was too young and health did not permit nls going In the trench- es. Mrs. Stamp, naturally i-i glad to have him home with her, aa aho baa piven up an older son In the great Mr. and Mrs. Gerald EUloU motored .o Medicine Hat Tuezday. returning j A't-dnGEd'ay, having gone there to file on a half aecllon Jn the Hed Peer dis- rlcl. ?.Jrs. Ltzzlc (ht1 rlay fn irllh Mrs. Clark on Wednesday. Mr. Arkelt Is the new cashier Jn thfi lank for an Indoflmte time. lie arriv- ed here Irom C'amphellfortJ. O.Ttarlo. Mr. Xalsmlth has resided hi? house and gave (l a nke white coat, also the rooming (a bclne treated to a coat of paint. Mr, and1 Mrs. Ulrlck wore visitors to Champion on Tuceday, Mra. II, Kounds, who haa Ijccn all-- Tor some time wllh heart trouble and nthcr maladies, wsa taken to (he bridge hospital ]lor aon, Harry, who was at Calgary. telegraphed for Immediately, It (3 hoped she wlU gain strength and be improved FDon. Mr. and Mrs. O, A. HoMcn made a! business trip on Wednesday to Car- ona, returning home by Champion. Jono3 motored (o LeihTirldge Friday lo meet bis brother Guy, lo visit with his paronli before leaving with (he tlsntal corps (n U. S. wKh whom he has enlfslcd. Threshing has brr-n abandoned for the past week, owfng (o (he rafn and cloudy weather. The marlilfics r.lart- ed up Thursday at, a In for a low days' Mrs, Verne Davits and Mlaa MASON'S RELIEF FUND Xew York, Sept. emergency war relief fund ot was un- animously votft-3 at thfi ronclufiins ses- sion of the annual meeting of the su- preme council ol Scottish Rite Masons for the northern masonic Jurisdiction. This tund will he distributed for the care ani comfort oJ United Stales sol diers and their dependents. SYRUP Everybody's Favourite Table Syrup and 20 Ib. Tins V and "Perfect Seal" Glass Jars. ;i Write for Free Cook Book -r j The Canada Starch Cos. Limited Montreal ft is the Housewife! I :H V Peaches-Eiberta Freestone A Italian Prunes-best quality At Lowest Prices n n j l Quality S for preserving 'vCpuntR 75c 25c 25c 15c 25c 20c 1.50 1.00 25c 20c 25c 1.10 1.10 2Cc Egg Plant. 15o and.................. Celery'; choice. 2 for Green Tomatoes, large Each Green Tomatoes. Per Ib........................ Ripe Field Tomatoes Per basket.................. Green Peppers. Per basket Hot House Lettuce Per Ib...................... Hot House Tomatoes. Very fancy. Per 20c 25c 1.50 5c 40c 25c 20c 35c HJAJB PLUMS to arrive. to arrive, Blackberriei, C.rab Applet, Ccjcunibcri. for Soap FlaHes. Equ-jHo Lux. On ills this 3 pkgi, for Mops. 3oap. Fela rVapthj. Per pkg Ammonia Powder. Z pkgir tor Ammonia Household. 2 bolllet for ____ Chloride Lime. Per tin Sanl Flush. Per tin Clothes Lines. Each O'Codar Dufitles V5c, J1.15 and Liquid Veneer Dolllo 2bc, 60c and Toilet Paper. 4 Rolls Baker's Fresh Orated Cocoanut. In linsr enth Plmcnloc, largo tins. Each George Washington CofCcE, Mno'o In the cup. 45c, 75c and Mtrmaladc, Robertson'i Scotch .4 Ib, paJU. Each Tongue, Hani and Veal Pa', Per.tln ,65c 30c 30c 25c 35c Creamed Chicken. A Ii King. 35c Loganberry Juice. 20c and..................... Brandt Soupt In ylill, on lale, bottle...................... Tomatacc In This week..................1 Alparagui. Per tin Olivet, Plalr or Stuffed.'' 18c, 25c and................ Jam, Niagara Fallt Brand. Pun fruit, full weight. Strawberry, lit Black Currant. AA In pnlli i.WV 8paBheLllf Van Camps, 1fl> Per Un IOC Meatless are Oyiter Cove OViters! Is. Cove 2a. PCr tin ......f.............. etch 20c Finnan Haddlec, per tin Llmburger Cheese Per McLaren's Imperial Cheese. Jar.......................... Tea, Kerr't Special. Old price, per IN. Ten, Rldgway'a o'clock. Only a quantity an hand. Per Ib........................ Coffee. Our Ideal Blend. 3 lus, for Coffee, Brand's Best and Nabob Per tin 27c 35c 25t 50c 35c 45c llmilttf 65c GEQ. KERR CO. 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