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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 27, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE SIX rGTIIRKlDC.K DAILY WEDNESDAY. SEPTRMBER 27, AUCTION SALE -----OF----- HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE On THURSDA Y, SEPT. 28th AT 418 NINTH STREET SOUTH W. L. WILSON, Auctioneer IS FAVORED WITH INSTRUCTIONS FROM MRS. FRIEND, WHO IS LEAVING THE CITY TO SELL THE FOLLOWING One upright piano 1 buffet with bevel plate mirror; 1 extension table S oak diners, and one arm chair, leather seats new 1 oak rocker; 1 wicker rocker; 1 morns chair: sev- eral centre tabl-s: odd rockors; 1 bookcase; 1 brass bed complete: 1 heavv white enamel bed. brass complete: 2 dressers, and swntls: 1 velvet pile square 4_x 3te: 1 bedroom rug about G x several small rugs, curtains, blinds, ilislies. 1 -l-hole rnnsa with hot- water connections, reservoir and warming closet. 1 3-btirn: er oil sfove: 1 oil heater, garden tools. 1 60-gallon gas tank, oil cloth. S hens, pou'.tr-.- netting and many other articles.; TERMS CASH AUCTIONEER'S OFFICE 403 5th St. South. Phones QUKKX MARY DECORATES ANNOUNCEMENT OF SALE A sale of Fiuu-y Articles. Hand Embroid- ered and made the Sister.- of the. Convent, will be held in the afternoon of Saturday, Sept. 30th On the premises lately occupied by the Stand- ard Furniture Co.. 4th Ave. S. Tea will be served the proceeds of which will be handed over to the Red Cross Society. Ths remainder.of the funds will be forwarded by the Lethbridge Community F. C. J. to their needy Sisters in France, Belgium and Italy. The management of this sale has been kindly the Ladies' Altar Society and the Children of Mary, of St. Patrick's Parish. REMEMBER OUR SOLDIER BOYS OVERSEAS! You Can't Send Them Too Many Handkerchiefs FIXE SOFT KHAKI HANDKER- CHIEFS. FOR -2Sc- Tl RE SILK KHAKI HANDKER- CHIEFS. EACH -50c- FIXE ALL WOOL CASHMERE SOCKS, Per Pair -S0C- FINE SOFT HEMSTITCHED LAWX HANDKERCHIEFS Two lor 25c GOOD LIXEN HEMSTITCHED HANDKERCHIEFS. EACH -25c- EXTRA HEAVY WOOL SOCKS PER PAIR -50c- Queen Mary is_ shown placing a bunch of flowers at the foot or" a Roll ot" j iHonor placed in a London Last Knd street, v.-hich.bears :the names of local men wiio have joined the army or navy. Her Majesty was greeted with the j keen enthusiasm which her constant kindness and appreciation of loyalty j and courage, calls forth. and L. B. Losey ot' Winnifred, were i close contenders in the grain classes, I Rash winning in the threshed grain entries, while Losey dominated in the; sheaf grain classes. Rash, who is (CONTINUED Ynoai FRQXT former resident of Lethbridge, show-; J ed a sample of goose or corn wheat ing the prize winner. as at which excited much comment. He other Southern Alberta fairs, were j also showed a sample of 1016 millet seed which won the. prize. The corn The Christmas Shower Under the auspices of the Women's Civic Club, be lioltl Friday Evening in'the Y. M, C. A. parcels required to serA'e all our men HOW MS many as you can. A.good program has been arranged to entertain I he.crowd. TOURISTS ARE GENEROUS That the tourists who are coming to Western Canada every summer in considerable numbers have their syin- j CANADIANS MENTIONED .IN THE DESPATCHES conspicuous by the small number of p entries. I In the poultry department the birds i shown would make a good showing :it any provincial fair. With Neil. McKel- lar, L. B. Losey, Edwards Bros. and. R. L. Rash in the entry list-the tiual- to restrict the areas from which birds London, Sept. Julian Byng the Canadian corps commander, is parities in the risht place is "indicated mentioned m dispatches issued last by a little voluntary collection taken j nighr concering Egyptian operations up at the C. P. R.i Chalcr at Lake Louise a short time ago-on behalf of the Canadian Red Cross. As a result" of this collection Manager Evans, of the Chalet, has forwarded to the Cal- gary branch of the Red Cross the sum. of which was much appre- ciated by the Red CAss as cash do- nations are greatly needed. The vis- itors who contributed to the collec- tion, represented many parts of the globe, but were from the. Inc- ited States. early in the year. Others mentioned are Captain F. Can- adian, local forces, attached to the Ro3'a! Flying Corps; Major C. H. CoryT Dublin- Fusiliers, rormerly of the Can- adian militia; Col. Denison, of the Royal Engineers, formerly in the Do- jninion service. Major Cory has I Clear, Peachy Skin Awaits Anyone Whu Drinks Hot Water! 4 an intide bath, before fatt Helps us look and feel clwn, freih. t and vivacious merry, bright, good, clear Ekln and a natiumL healthy are aMved only by pure blood. If on- ly .every man and woman could be in- duced to adopt the mornipg inside bati, a change would place. Tnitead of the thousand! Qf'sickJy, men, women wlib pasty-or muddy cdm- olsilonB; instead of the'multitudes of "nerve- "brain, fags" and pessimists we should see a virile, optimlitic throng of ed people everywhere. An" Inside bath is had by drinking each morning, before breakfast, a glass-'of :real hot water with a tea- spoonful of limestone phosphate in It to wash from the stomach, liver, kid- neys and ten yards of bowels the pre vloue> day's indigeelible waste, sour fermentations and poisons, thus cleansing, sweetening and freshening the' entire alimentary canal before puttinc more food into the stomach. Tboce subject to sick headache, bit- fowness, nasty breath, rheumatism, colds, and particularly those who A complexion and wno are conutipated very often, are urgM to obtain a quarter pound of phosphate at tbe drug store which will coat but a trifle, but is to demonstrate the quick amlinmarkable change in both health Mrtnce, awaiting those who ioteroal sanitation. We must that inside cleanliness I; than outside, because i does not absorb Impurities to the blood while the pores fett of'bowels do., J, D. Druggists, Alberta. Adv. twice previously been mentioned in dispatches. shown at ihe smaller fairs, are stricted as advantages j exhibit, for which the Taber' exhibi- tion is becoming famous, was .also! good, though it did not-rank witlrlast year's..- O. Tuftland won in tern CenU with well matured ears, j while Henry. Schmidtrshowed the flrf-j est corn of the lot in liis flint entries. The frost, coming after a rather wet summer, was against good results in The Simpson Limited corn this year, but the samples were Several farmers in this io-be7 gained ttm wider cUmpet'S i "WriM 10 should not be overlooked. Tte Taber i J: A" district not hesitate to tarttij the poultry men of the whole to compete next year. J. H. West- brook, ol Lethbridge, was the judge. But it the Taber fair lacked some- thing in quantity and quality in the livestock departments, the main ex- hibit hall made up for the deficiency. It is said the 1915 exhibit was better. Probably been something extra good. The date of the fair "was just right for the ex- j hibitors of grains, grasses aud vege- tables. R .L. Rash of Purple Springs, LEATHER SCARCITY BRINGS DUTCH FASHIONS FORWARD the vegetable entries-which ran-into many hundreds? The grand aggre- gate prize cup went to'.J. Hamilton of the C. P. R. colony at'Coaldale with 1C prizes S. Sanderson of Taber, was second with 12 while P. J. Larseri and H, P: Munro tied for third'place with eight each. There wore 31 e.v> In the dairy products, the entries were large. There were 13 entries in one butter class, and Judge Ccott had a lot of tasting to do before he reach- ed a decision. The'cheese competi- tion was also very keen; i Miss Hayward judged the domestic products and fancy work. So uumerr ous were the exhibits that she barely concluded the work' before the fail- closed its doors. That the ladies of Taber and the housekeeper's art- demon- strated. Altogether there Vere 1343 entries in all classes at the Taber fair. There_ have been more entries In former years but it is doubtful if ever they were of a more uniformly good quality. RELATIVES KILLED Sept. of the Les Cloches-De St. fi'onifare, received yesterday a wire apprising' him that hia father, his sister and'his niece were-killed at Yamatache, "ue-, :by cars .while driving in a carriage across the-track. HOW HE WON FAJUE London, Sept. Ward, the Scotland Yard wizard, :who ilierl here Sunday, .won his fame by solving the theft of a pearl necklace. Bandsman Fred Robins, of the 113th Lethbridg'e Highlanders'en route east, writes from near Cobalt, Ont.; as fol- lows; We are still- bumping along and niakiug good time: I think they are rushing- us, as there are five trans- ports waiting at Halifax, and the Ot- tawa stop is to be cut out. We go right through to Montreal and then across to Halifax. All day yesterday and two nights we have travelled through endless" forests, lakes and rocks, hut now it is changing to more open country and lots of little home- steads. This morning for about ten miles we passed through the country burned in the big fire-a short time back, and you would hardly believe the destruction and desolation it caused. One town was completely wiped out and they are .now busily building a new one. We had a march yesterday afternoon at Grant, and we usually get out at stations where they change engines, or divisional points. We have just been playjng a number of selections at Englehart, and judg- ing from the crowd and their applause, we must have a good band. The pipers are in the first train, and I suppose they are doing the same thing. The natives .always appeal for some mu- sic. In return they post our letters, and at times hand us fruit and can- (lies, and sometimes hooks and pa- pers. OF HOiiQR The demand for leather, caused by the war, has greatly distressed the shoe manufacturers as well as milady, whose wardrobe has had to have the addition of Holland's national costume wooden shoes. These two ladies. Miss Diion Gerard (left) prfma donna andJMiss Peggy Raymond o! the N. Y; Hip- podrome are shown strolling along Fifth Avenue with their new footwear. For a Quick Pick-Up Luncheon try that niost delicious, nourishing, whole wheat food, thf shredded wheat; wdfer-toast. It contains all the body: building material in" -the whole wheat grain, including the bran coat which pro- motes healthful and natural bowel movement. It is real whole wheat bread without yeast, baking powder or chemicals of any ideal food for .children..be- cause it compels thqrotfgh mastication and ensures per- fect digestion. A "snack" for picnics or excur- sions. Toast in pveh and serve with butter, soft cheese or Made in Canada Several thousand officers and employees of the Canadian Pacific -Jlsihsoy 'Compauy enlisted' 'for active "military duty' "with thd Canadian Expeditionary Forces, and the majority of them are now in Europe, bravely battling 'for. Canada and the Empire. As particulars of Army Reservists are not available, these Hats ot those who have given up their lives for their country or been wounded in action are necessarily incomplete, and do not therefore indicate fully the extent to which the Company's officers and employees have parti- cipated in the great struggle. CIVILIANS WILL LOOK AFTER RECRUITING INFORMATION Ottawa, Sept. It is expected" that in the course of the next fort- night Sir Thomas-Tair, director of na- tural resources for the Dominion, and his co-directors throughout the Domin- ion will be in a. position to commence the work of compiling information re- lating to the number of men available- in Canada for both recruiting and in- dustrial purposes. Many of the directors who will have charge of the work in the different military districts .have already been decided upon, and in the course of tho next week the full Hat-will be an- nounced. Meanwhile Sir Thcmas is organizing the headquarters staff .at the capital." Tho great: majority of the associate directors will be civilians high standing, llie" purpose being to collect the required information apart entirely from the recruiting efforts of the department of militia. .NAME Hear, Calvin Stanley Garden, Cecil C. ClamHIlon, Wm. Paul Dargavel, Peter Davidson, Clif- ford, H. De lemon t, Leon- ard Frizzelie, Robt. K, .Oilchrist, Charles Haiisen, Amuml Charles Henry T. Johnson, Harry MacAskJH, Percy IN COMPANY'S SERVICE At NATURE OF CASUALTY, Baggage Porter Medicine Hat Woundec! Apprentice Clerk Angus Calgary Wiper Fort WflHam Car Heater and St; John, N.E Jceman Car Repairer 'Winnipeg Operator Lake Louise Nignt Cleaner Winnipeg Clerk Calgarj Trainman Brit. Col I3iv P'te Car Porter North Bay Trainman Uranbrobk Wounded Wounded Wounded .-Killed hvaction Wound etl Killed in notion Suffering.fVom shock Wounded "f Killed in action Buttering from shock .Malcolm, Sydney Wiper ParBisson, Harry Storeman 'Piton, Harold II. Brakeman Porter, Percy Ray Reynolds, Ernest freight Porter C.-r- Salway, Howard Sectionman H. R. Sharp. Ernest J. Inspector ShufeH, Clyde R. 'Loco. Fireman Sinclair. John C. Material Man Sraltii, Gilbert F. Fireman Smith; Henry K. Clerk amlfh, Leslie C. Transit man Robert Wm. Machinist Vidal, Cyril Clerk W. Hpatler -Walsh; GeoVgo V. Stenographer iWalsh. Matfifsw. Checker Hcnrv j; Fitter's Helper VVoodworth, Fr dK. Eleetr'n's t.elper .Young, Nr-rrls Pumpmau file following casualty to a mam fiery left, 'has reported: T. Clork Sep_tember 6th, 19JG. (List Macleod Wounded time) Angus Killed In action Lethbritige Wounded Ouelpb Killed in action Carleton Place Sufferms tiosa aliock Neelby Calgary Wounded -Farnham Wounded West Toronto Killed in acUoB' North Bay Wounded Vancouver Wounded Nelson Previously reported missing. :riow offici- ally declared dead. Ogdcn Wounded _' North Bay Wounded' Lambton liilied' in action Montreal Wounded' Winnipeg Wounded West Toronto Killed in action Calgary .Killed In action. Moose Ja> ''Suffering from shoclr her of our European Staff'on actlvo on, Eng. Wounded No. 9) dependable inore tkaitfiftyr In 1 and 2 pound cans. Mao Fine Ground for Perco- lators. no ;