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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 22, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta I'llllUY, SKPTKMBKl.Vlff. IQltt 1IEIULW PAGE FIVB Fresh, Sealshipt en the ulntrgu of obtain- ing money by false proU-nces. It will be remembered this rune was re- manded to allow accused to call wit- ne.sseH, The only wilncsB that was called wits (J. ,M. Proud, manager uf the l.'nion Hank, who have evidence that neither of the drafts that had been put through by Boldim hud -Acciisetl dnrinn cross-ex- amination' informed tho witness that he knew all about banking, having over thirty bankers in his employ. The magistrate then asked prisoner whether be pleaded guilty or not guilty, to which hi; replied "Absolute- ly not guilty." Prisoner was remand, ed to anpear at thp next sitting of the district court. On Saturday last tho City Oarage the scene of an accident. It ap- pears thill F. Moore, an employee of the garage, was fixing a tire-'on a car v.heii tile iron rim suddenly blew oil ai.rl hit Moore in the back nf the load. He was taken to tho -hospital uhei'e Ur. Woston attended him, pulling nine stitches in the wound. Inspector Macdonald "of tliw Moust- ed Police will shortly be leaving for bis vacation In the cast. Inspector Macdonald will be accompanied by us family. At Prices You Will be Glad to Pay Onr store'is well- stocked with attraotiyc furniture and offers many articles' of a superior qiialitfaf figures nway below their real value. We invite you to sec what we can "give, you. Arrange with us to sell .jour furniture cither privately or by auction. THE GITY SECOND HAND STORE 5TH. STREET SOUTH RED CROSS GIVES NOTICE Xlnable to Forward Parcels Sent ft for; 'Prisoners of London, Sept. commiasioii- ter of the Canadian Red Cross, in .a statement issued today, ronuesls that parcels for prisoners oC war should no longer ho sent to the, Canadian Red in London. He points out .par- eels cannot he sent out with the Red Cross society having given- that, effect to the chief- postal-censor.-'Parcels .should be ad- dressed direct to the camps, or money, for purchase oC parcels in London sent; to the Canadian Red Cross, who will, forward them to any prisoner in the name of the subscribers. STRIKE AT PAPER MILLS M.lnn., Sept. 20. hundred employees are affect- ed.hy the .strike at the paper mills of the Minnesota it, Ontario Power com- pany in international Falls and Fort Frances, Ont., which went into ef- fect last night. It is understood the men demand an eight hour day, with the same pay as received under the 12-liour day hasis. REMOVAL MAGRATH (From the" Raymond Leader.) In a a member ot' ttie Leader staff written Iron) Folkestone 1'te. Jplm Bridge states that all of the boys from the sciutl] country with a very few exceptions have gone to France and are now at the front. of the Japs from .Raymond are at the front, being delighted to get in tiie lighting lines, according to the letter. Jack Sweet is witll the engineers, also Henry Gibb. Pte. Bridge is im- pressed with the beauty of England, although he. has not been granted leave to do any visiting. Mr. and Mrs. .lames Nielson have moved to Lethuridse. .Mr. Xielson is now on the road for the Ellison Milling company. Will Hurray has succeeded Mr. Niylson here. Connell Watson left this week for Lognn, Utah, where he will enter the civil engineering department of the Utah Agricultural college. The death occurred recently in El- siuore ot Joseph according to the Deseret News. He was a resident of Magrath .for several years. Mrs. Alex Munroe, of Spring Coulee is a daughter. Ft. W. Brailshaw sold GOO head of sheep to P. B.urns anil company this week. Ploytl .Bradshaw also sold a bunch of wethers. The Magrath "creamery has enjoyed a very successful year thus far, al- hough cream receipts are now falling off tiuite a considerable extent. For he seven months ending July '31st the creamery made more butter than was produced in the whole of 1915, ac- cording to the statement of Joseph Barker, manager. Mr. Barker gave the Leader some illuminating figures showing the progress of the industry sre, but .unfortunately they were mis- placed. However, there was a sub- stantial increase in the output and nuch greater distribution of money. One noticeable feature was the in- crease in cream from Raymond. The Raymond station shipped as much cream as was received at Magrath during July. The association is now lonsiflering the advisability of estab- lishing a permanent station there and abolishing the cream route. It is thought the farmers will be favorable to this. We have- decided .to move to a .new loon.tion OB Tifth St., MEN'S SUITS, OVERCOATS, HATS, CAPS, SHOES, ETC., BOYS' SUITS, KNICKERS, OVERALLS, SHOES ETC, MEN'S SHOES 1 tat of 30 pairs Values up O G to Clearing at and values. QC- al sale J. MEN'S FINE SHOES Values up to'JCOO. gQ sale BOYS' AND GIRLS' SHOES-: "''The best shoes for school wear.Vahies up MEN'S ODD PANTS I aJ for for ?500 values for, MEN'S SAYEATERS 'AH sizes. Regular vail J5.00 and Removal AH sizes. Regular values (ft fn BOYS' OVERALLS Sizes 2-1, 2G, 28. PA Clearing at per pair......... JVC BOY'S SUITS and up. Now is the time to-got-yoqr fall outfit at; a snap. M. GOODMAN 706 Tliiril Next Royal Bank Blclg. MACLEOD (From the Spectator) Lieut. W.' Bryan has left Macleod Calgary, where he will shortly he laki-ng up Ills duties with the 191st aattalion. Mr. Walton, of- the Canadian Bank of Commerce, has been transferred to one ot the banks in Saskatchewan. Miss Winona Dye, B. A, has taken Why "Anuric" Is an INSURANCE Against Sudden Death. Before an Insurance Company wiU take a' rial: on your life the examining physician will teat the urine and report whether you' are a good risk. When your- kidneys get Bluggwh and you suffer from backache, sick-head- ache, dizzy spells, or the twinges and pains of lumbago, rheumatism and gout. 'The urine is often cloudy, full of eediment; channelfl often get Bore and ale'ep ia disturbed two or three times a night. This is the lime y_ou should consult some physician of wide aa 0r. Pierce of thp Invalids'-Hotel and Surgical Institute. Buffalo, N. Y. Send him 10 cents foi sample package of his new discovery, "Anunc." Write him your symptoms and solid a sample of urine, for test. Experience has taught Dr. Pierce that "Anuric" ia the moist powerful agent in dissolving uric acid, hot water melts sugar; besides being absolutely harmless it is other properties, for it .preserves the kidneys in [a healthy condition by thoroughly cleansing them. Being so ninny times more active than lithia, it clean the heart valves sandy substances wHich may clog them and checks the degeneration of the blood-vessels, 13 well as regulating blood pressure. regular insurance and life-saver for all big meat eaters and who deposit lime-salts in their joints. Ask the druggist for "Anuric" put up by Pr. Pierce, iu 60-cent packagei. STRENOTH AND BEAUTY Come with Dr Plorce's Golden Medical Discovery This a Hood cleanser and that starts the liver and stom- abh into vigorous action It thus tho bony to manufactun. rich reel oloott which feeds tho healt nerves, brain sna organs the body Thc.organs work smoothly 111." mai.hii.cry running 111 oil. Yon feel strong and strenuoul.Ur Muri rf tlrol, _. BOW ISLAND (From the Review) C. Lull, of the local brunch oi the Union Bank, has been transferred to AVinnifred. Kenneth Hateman returned to Ed- Liicinton on Monday to resume his studies at the College. J. Prillaman yfift. yesterday for Bottineau. N. D.. to look after his farm ilterests there. R. a. noattie sold Fords this week to R. G. Brehmer of Winnifred and T. It. Blaine oC Bow Island. WINNIFRED From the Bow Island Review) Mr. Blaine is moving his drugs to Bon- Island this wecK. S. E.. Angle and family have moved tito their lovely new'lionse. C. A. Larson has torn down his olti house and is now rebuilding it. Everybody is busy cutting wheat. F. Harris has four binders at work in his field. We understand that W. Parker has sold his livery Wliinlfred. barn and is leaving BURDETT {From the "Bow Island Sept. 8th, to Mr. and .Mrs. J. L. Lynds, a daughter. Frank Morvery, of the C.P.R. staff, has resigned .his position here and ac- cepted one in Calgary. Mr. Art Fletcher has brought his family here from Magrath and they reside in -the Hoppel house on Third Avenue. Geo. Lomas has built a workshop and will instal an engine and chopper. When it is complete we expect he will put P. Burns out of the sausage business. On Tuesday, Sept. 5th. Rev. Cobble- dick, of was here, -when the Methodist church held a business meeting, followed by a social time. The financial report of Service We speaK so often of Fit- Reform Service, because it is such an important part. of the Fit-Reform business. It means so much to every _ wearer of Fit- Reform garments. the Fit- Reform standpoint takes in everything from the creation of a definite style, to the harmonious blending of cloth, trimmings and buttons. We do think that Fit-Reform service is well exem- plified in the new Fall Suits that we ace showing at up. McKELVIE McGUIRE LETHBRIDGE Relatives in the city arc in receipt of letters from B. Mitford, now in England, in which he states that the recent destruction of the German Zep- pelin was witnessed by himself ami Mrs. MHford and Miss Edith Howson. They heard the shooting and gathered with the crowd to watch events. The Zepp could hardly he seen when the searchlights first located it. hut when it was hit it burst into flames, the crowd cheering wildly when it came crashing down. Mr. Mlttord recently visited Holland. The next time the ship lu which he made the trip went over it was sunk by a German torpedo. oral department of agriculture and the result is the departure today of J. F, Grisdale, chief of experimental farms for tho west to establish two rust re- search laboratories, one at Indian Head and the other at Brandon. The report submitted by the Dom- inion botanist deals witll the causes of these period to black rust epidemics and iiiiikcs several "recommendations as partial prcventativcs. There is not according to information at hand, any; rust-resistant variety of wheat. TO FIGHT RUST EPIDEMIC Ottawa, Sept. Arthur Meighen, since the very disastrous black, rust epidemic among western wheat tields, has "been very active in securing an investigation of the cause of this epidemic and of methods to be the church i to prevent its recurrence. was'read by Rev. H. Bird and ad- Dominion botanist baa spent sev- dresses by Revs. C. Bishop of Bow Is-1 eral weeks in the west studying land and-iair.' Cobblcdlck of Leth- I ailions that led to the widespread ap- bridge. Refreshments were served. COALDALE (From Our Own Correspondent) Coaltiale, Sept. Friday even- ing the Ladies' Aid entertained the church board and members of the church at a banquet in the Hay Grow- ers' Hall. A large company were pres- ent and reports read by Miss Pawson, Mrs. Dunham and Rev. Faw- cett. j Mrs. Degman is at home recover- ing from an operation in the Gait f hospital. Mrs. Dickenson from Milk. River is a house guest at the Degraan! lorae. The Ladies' Aid entertained by Miss Gould "Wednesday afternoon. Frank Snggitt is spending a few lays with relatives and friends before returning to Sarcee Camp. John McD. Davidson spent Thurs- day and Friday in Stirling district. TA'BER (Frpm.the Join) Petry. who lias been a member of the Royal Xorthwest Mounted Po- lice for the past two years, has left the service and will take charge of his mother's farm at Rolling Green. A quiet wedding was celebrated at the Methodist parsonage on Saturday September 9th. Miss Irene Speck and George Lowell Cresscy. both of Ret- law, were united in matrimony. Rev. Thos. Philips performed the ceremony. The happy couple were accompanied by immediate relatives. FTWatkiris, who has been teller at the Bank of Hamilton for some time, lias resigned to accept a position with the Rock Springs Coal and Brick Co., as office manager. The company are now crowded with orders and are in need of a large, number of men. B. K. Bullock: has made arrange- ments for.the opening of a grain of- fice in Taber. .He willact as agent for the Salberg'Grain Leth- bridge. pearance of black rust. He has sub- mitted an exhaustive report to the fed- LETHBRIDGE PEOPLE GET INSTANT ACTION' Those who have used it in Lath- bridge are astonished at the IN- iSTANT action of simple buckthorn bark, glycerine, etc.. as mixed in Ad- ler-i-ka. Because it acts on BOTH lowor and upper bowel, ONE TEA- SPOONFUL Adfer-i-ka relieves almost 'ANY CASE constipation, sour stom- ach or gas. It removes such surpris- ing foul matter that a few doses of- ten relieve or prevent appendicitis.'A short treatment helps chronic stom- ach trouble. J. D. .Higinhotham Co., PREACHER MAY BE WINNIPEG MAYOR Winnipeg, Sept. J. Hindley, of the Central Congre- gational church, will be the business men's candidate for mayor at the De- cember elections. He was formerly mayor of Spokane, Wash. RETLAW (From the Taber Times) With the splendid new homes of J. II. Outfield ami J. R. Copland just completed atid Pollocks' fine house and barn in the course of con- struction, .the farms around Retlaw are fast assuming an appearance of prosperity and permanency, of settle- ment that speaks well for the future. The Rotlaw pool hall changed hands last week, Lee Grpvers purchasing the business from Albert Reinhart, the lat- ter intending going into-the grain bus- iness Mr.--.and-, Cosper -turned Wednesday from an extensive trip through the Western States Wlllard- Lane, returned Thttnula? from Idaho. Mr. Lane alsi visile', several pomts in Montana ami returns a lojal booster of Alberta (and district in particular Jim Nolan Is again a familiar fig- ure on our Rutiirnlnir from Toronto Saturday, Jim reports ..that the conditions of this district are.the best -wwt.ol .Toronto. Youth demands smarter, snappier clothw than middle or old age and rightly lo. We have them. EXCLUSIVE McKELVIE AGENTS THE "2" M's KIRKHAM BLOCK ;