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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 26, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta LKTHIMIIXUC HKKAU) WKDNKSDAY. SEPTEMBER 20., MOTHERS soon learn that children with-their fresh, unspoiled appetites enjoy the toasty crispness and good flavor of Dominion Toasted Corn Flakes. Always Packed CORN FLAKES MAVl CAMAM rti.. WAXTITE by KELLOGG TOASTED CORN FLAKE COMPANY Toronto Battle CrMk CALLED THE 111 Wuhlocton. Segt Z6. would for world coadUMl In ibout MtMa yeara vu to the late Admiral Dwwey at Monili in 1S9S by Captain Von of the Imperial titny, Senator Lewis toM Ibe tenate today. Quoting a report from AJmlral Uevc- e.v to tbo navy department the Illinois senator fild that Yon Gt-eti told the American naval officer that Germany woald capture Paris as the first step to subjugating England. Tho taking of New York and Washington was to follow in' order that Germany mlsbt secure an cash indemnity. The wiping out of the Mpnroo Doc- trluo and the control of South Amer- ica by Germany also were predicted by the G oral an officer. DISTRICT NEWS BUEDETT the Bow Island Reriew) Mr. Jobie Llewellyn o! Urassy Lake is taking up his residence In Burdett His house was moved down from Us OTersess farid forwarded today check for flll.10 to the head office at Calgary. This amount brings Taler'c contribution to this worthy work no to almost Miat BesEle Hotaan, who has been former town this week and placed on Ior fl Mupie Oj m0nth a member of the lots west iJf Main street. Mr. Lewellyn 6tafr Q( Lethbririge Royal Bank will take over the real estate and In-- _ su ranee business lately conducted by Sir. A.VH. Rygg- Joe Kumbeltz who made such a Eplendid contribution to the Patriotic Fund last year has now given further evidence of his Interest by contribut- ing a cow to be disposed of. The com- mittee here expect to have a meeting to decide the matter Ibis week. Prob- ably another draw will he arranged. Geo. Loraas purchased last 'week about sisty head of fine range cattle selL Grain Is turning ont south of Parnle Sprint and lias plac- Of _ on his farm south-east. ot e had'no age's Burdett. The Bowe Bros., hare alx gang going full blast One of them al- ready has 160 acres ready for nest season's crop and the others are work- :lng hard to get as much under cultl- 1 Ration as possible. Miss M. Barth has accepted a posi- tion In a large store at Calgary and will leave for that city.this week- Mr. S. L. Kilhorn; or Calgary, hae taken over the position of teller at ilia Standard Bank here. v Burdett will shortly have a paper i of Its own. The Review of Bow Isutod i Jg DON" making the necessary to Taber arid position In the local branch.ot the Royal Bank. TABER NEWS (From Our Own Correspondent) Taber, Sept had some Eplonflid wJns which imde plMriuB real pleasure and soaked the sroiin fine for next year's crop. L. J. McKinnon of Bottlneau, North Dakota, returned some days ago. Sev- eral western buyers were wanting to deal for, hts land joining the townslte Last week's Alberta stockyards re- ceipts: Horses, 374; cattle. 2571; hogs, 1676; sheep, 102. This week's Alberta stockyards re- ceipts: Horses, 24S; cattle, 249S; hogs. 1520; sheep, 1421. Corresponding weefc a year ago: Horses. 160; cattle. 2195; togs. S99; sheep, SOI. Outward Shipments 11 cars cattle !o Toronto, 10 cars to Moose Jaw, 6 yira to South St. Paul and 31 cars to local points. IS cars belong to Toron- to and 3 care to New Westminster. The receipts ot cattle, es- pecially towards the end of the week. were fairly heavy hut It is very evident that a large proportion of the best cat- lie bare been bought and contracted in the country for direct shipment east- The demand Tor heavy fat cat- tle was eren better than last vreet and although some of the eastern buyers dropped off the market on account of the high prices others Immediately took their place., We sold a few steers at lOc per Ib., others at J9.2i and We also eold a load of good butcher, cattle weighing around 117G at a high price for this class of stuff. Fair to cood butcher steers quietly Eold at to fS.75 and tbe common sort around J7.50 to Good fat cows were sought alter at S7.25 to J7.50 and we sold odd coirs at Sc and 57.75 with one or- two at We sold a full load of medium caws shipped by Mr. 3. A. Davis of Acme at good killing cows real- izing 45.75 to with common and cutter cows from S3.25 to There is a good demand for fat-hulls and ox- on and real fat oiep would fetch 7 to ments and hopes within a cottple of to have the first number of The Burdett Tribuns for publication. Wheat ia this district is running from ten to twenty-five Al though a short crop It is nevertheless of an excellent quality -and moat It grading No. 1. So far about six cars Ie the dally average from this pomt Farmers arc taking their time this year in bringing it fo, and. the move- ment of grain ia therefore somewha ssue that-binders are being alsed and all farm machinery n, proportion, Eleyatpre Sere and at Finecutle are ure buiy and a car shortage ia threatened by'the 0. P. R. TABER (From the Times) A. Long, secretary of the Y. M, C. A PROMINENT NUK5I IPSAKS. wlwrt Sif the Sane. Chatham, Out. "Being a nurse faire bad occasion to use Piero Farorite yrgacr i i kii. patten but here tie? txraght Sc, with medium to and common to Top. bulls' are worth 56.25. to with the common her lands. Mac, -though, seems more nxlnus to hny other lands here than rell and the ght soil ia the best this year. It ms to retain the etter.' molstnre much We like tbe Htrald'i statement that ie miners and-rother good citizens a'rc oaged by being1 deprived of votes but dcm't like yonr atate- (fslng the price of the best at 12.21 m. tbe tonnlnal'la sat- bolosna bulls Heavy veal calves 375 and over sell for to ?S.GO arid the lighter sorts J10.00 to per 100 classes of _? year old'steers are selling'high, any that show killing quality selling to" the butchers. Good feeder'steers 900 to 1050 are la great demand and dealers are asking 57.60 to- ?S.OO' for them. Ow-1 ing to the heavy demand for this class of cattle and the high prices paid for beef we do not anticipate any' very great reduction of price. Tho yearling trade Is not particularly brisk but-the yards were pretty well cleaned out. It to farmers ani in the same is expected that this week BOW ISLAND (From the Heriew) F. Beattr, formerly of this town was recently at Great Falls. At a >pMkl Coucdl held laet oi Town It7ivacvd Hided o charga out tide consumers, who con- ra, per' nect the ffca..... thousand feet, with'an additional 60c 'or tbe reading of tbe raster. The 1st- ier wUI, ot coarte, r witaU eitra work lor the superintendejit, for which the extra charge m'nifte. Mr. ftud Mrs. 3. Q. Jaraleson recelv- d, a letter week from their aon Pred, Tfhora a telegram recently re- been wounded. H yVeys that Fred was a party out of pricus were liable to be 25 to oOc low- er than last week, but contrary to all expectations heavy cattle were some- what-higher and the medium hutcher cattle held steady. We- arc looking Tor steady market neaTl week. We bought a ad shipped to Mr. llannaford of Halshurv 1 load of stocher cows at ?5S.OO and a load of heavy feeder steers at Sc. 'Top prices for cattle a year ago JG.70. Hogs This seems to he the. off sea- son in hogajaud the receipts are very light. Prices dropped at the begin- ning of the to We sold one load of liogs to, the V. I1. II. on Thursday at 17c and all Friday's hogs at with the assumed. Top prices on hoga a year ago Sheep Very few sheep were offer- ed for Eale." We soli a'snial' bimch of fat wethere for Mr. Thomas of O'tda at 12c, with a few fat ewes, at J10.50. Spring lamba would sell from 12 to We have a large number of enquir- ies for feeding sleera weighing1 from 950 to 1050 and could handle severaf when a shell burst near cars. Wire ua for Information If JTJU teken il myself and got tbe very bent and wotmded teveml of the hearera. It If newa to muy to he et- capM UJury and toVnow that We are InfotmW on. rood aiathorlty that more bmlldiai place la Bow litand ft la year then In any other place between Vancouver adn WIiwl- jeg, not the big clCJef. This at flrii K prellf Ull Blory. When one, rtcollecla that ____ I consdw it the betl i Uicro is lo-day for women who are ailing." --MR3. EDITM Mooru, 30 Degge StJ i Clialbam, Ont. THAT WEAK BACK j Accompanied by pain here and there 5 Brtrcme be faint spells, chilJa or an lignats of dialrcaafor ft woman. She may fce growing from girlhood into womanliood T-passing from woriianhood to later flufferiog during rnkl'lle ICATCS so many wiecks of 9 omenv At anv or all of these ptriodj most of ID Canada have beti boomed 'out of all propor- tion to 4 growtb, ant] are "house ono can thtre fa some (ruth. In U. Moat of the larger totrna and ottlei have lost n large number of their population, anil consequently there are numbers of1 houses which will not find renter for a considerable time, fiefa In Bow la- land thli year somewhere about houses hare gone up, and they are all the resuU of a natural demand. Even yet, however, there ara not near ononglMo satisfy present re- have any to offerx We would like to draw the attention of all itock raisera to our Live Stock Depart meat. We are frilly equipped to handle your lite stock to the bed ad- vantage both In obtaining the price and aleo giving you general satisfac- tion, are pleased at any time to phone or wh-e you 'my in formation In regard to market conditions and to keep yon thoroughly posted on any change In prices. BUI your stock to the United Grain Growers, and advise tie by wire when you load and we wit! take full charge on arrival, Kindly note that owing to the amal- gamation of the Alberta Karmcra1 Co- Operative EJe valor Co., and the Un- ited Grain Growers Grain Co., all com- munications should be addressed Un- ited Grain Growers: Calgary, Edmon- ton and Winnipeg. Mr. J, Agar digging of a wojnafi'a U'fe lit... I aervinf prcecribed for juaV auch K physician of vast experience.i e a tonk by ph ipcrienoe.b the from which worinv suffer, j Pieicc's rtesciiplion l nKcenTuJly treated caics in the put i i 50 ycAn than any other known remedy, M U eap be Ud in .tftUet j aa.weU in tbelkiuid. Sold by J or trial box fay mail OB j: tBceipt 6i 60 ernla in Dr. Hcrec, Jnvallds Hylef, Buffalo, N, Y. Dr. Piorre'i tbfl out the basement on Wednesday morn- ng for tho new reeldcnce which he Is going to build on Broadway. Mrs. U. G. Lutke received word thin weefc'oi tho death of her nephew, Una- eell Kemp, from wounds received by him recently in France. His death took 2Gib. Wllmpl commenced the erection Ihto week of Broadway. Tp CALGARY REGISTRAR Calgary, Sept, M.' Carson, rcgiatrar for the provipte of Alberta rnider the Military Serrlce Act has established precedent hy appointing a woman as one of lilt The lady ia question 15 Mrs, Mary A. Nol- an, wldcnr of the Iftlft P. J. Nolan, K G., the well known criminal lawyer, DEATH OF FLYING CADET on I Sept, E, A, Aus tin, of VencouYer, of the RoyaUFIylng find Mrs. Gto. Collard are mov- Corps, aucctimbad ywterday (o xplna Ing.to Ncmtsbam. where the former menlngftfft jfciowfne a fair on July I has fatten over tho United Grain Grow- at L-e aside Camp. Ho was today bur ers' 'JJlcvalor, Men today are boys at forty young men at sixty. And in I tn.tht heart of. men af seventy 'Jrcv young men's parts. policy of quality always demands that Society Brand Clothes must retain those j elements of style, tailoring high value in all-wool fabrics that have made them standud. ji No garment is a genuine Society Brand j! 1 the inside pcxrket bears-thc label. Go to "Style Head- jj I tlie store that sells Society Brand 'Clothes. 'i i JytlCTV JIKAKD CLOTHES. LIMITED; (or ALFKBD DBCKEK COHN. >fakors for U. S. A. S "r 1; iTItgliiiiTiiiiBMiii OUR stocks of these better clothes are complete. "We invite you to come and see them. Me KeSvie JHE "2" M's LETHBRIDGE THAT 33W-3 SOCIETY BRAND CLOTHES led with military 8TTLS HEADQUARTERS THE ;