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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 28, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta TAGE EIGHT UIK LKTHBIMDGE DAILY HERALD I'lUOAY, SEPTEMBERS, 1017 LILY WHITE CORN SYRUP for Preserving Use one-third "Lily and two-thirds sugar by weight. This prevents Jellies from candying and protects preserves ol all kinds against icrmenUtion and iiould. At all dealers in 2, 5, 10and 20 pound tins. Write (or free Dnnk. ISt GWD1 SUP.CH CO. UHIIfu. New Blocks Going' hand Changes Hands ill Good Figures (Krom Our Orrn Pincher Creek. Sept. in- to consideration the scarcity of labor ard the verv hlsh ot bulMtog ma- terials this I'.istrlrt has teen, decidedly inofo progressive tuay otherwise mis past two summers. On the old Hudson's Biy (the former buildings hiving bcea utterl) 1 destroyed by has teen creceted away suddenly. Rev. A. W. MeMlchael performed' tlie last rites al'the funeral service which was held at Cow toy on Wednesday. Inter- lufut taking place at l.lvlugsldno. Ho- rdes tlie. bereaved husband .there Is a little nine-year-old daughter to moaru the loss ot her toother. The luirrlaso of. J. H. Dechtel aud Miss Kva E. Eckeluuil. of Twin Dutle. was quietly solemafzed at the .anse on-Tuesday ereulug. Sept. J5th. J. -V. Wilkinson ofllciatiuK. The following parents are receiving coitgralulatlous: Mr. and Mrs. Fulton ot Cowley ou the birlh o( a daughter on Sept. 16lU.-Mr. and Mrs. H.' 11. Holmes o( North Fork ou Iho blrla ot a son on Mr. and Mrs. Er- nest Kroesing ou Ihc bitlh of- a son on Sept. 2J. Mr. nnd Mrs. Serge on the birlh of a daughter ou Sept. 23. Mr. and Mrs. Jlelvln Cain on tho birth a son on Sept. 24. Mr. aad Mrs. Roy Masterbrook of Castlevlew. on the birth of a daughter on Sept. 251a. Mr j anj jir5. H. Carlson on the birlh of a W. U. bv Prater itcltoberls S Co., Ltd., a [daughter oil Sent: 25lh. departmental store. buildiug Is ot red brick and in adition to the store, I ihree offices and a large amusement j i hall are included, the materials are of tho verv best aud equipments most modern." The building estimate Is glv- cn Mrs. Duell nnd her. two sisters from fc beautiful Iowa. Sirs. and Mrs MaHard, a called on Mrs. Mornealluesda> after- hayo ,ven Xeiv Davton. Sept. Threshing is again In full swing all over the Sew Dayton wheat belt. There is more than one half the grain'threshed out. and most of the wheat is of good grades. Quite a lev: farmers are setting No. 1. The slublilc in fields seem to give the Irest grades cren better than Eummc.r- lal'owei! grcuiKl. Gust Kaupp threshed 50 acres of Svhoat that Bveresed --'A bushels. Ror threshed 100 acres ot stubbled- in wheat on the Baker brothers ranch that made over 15 per acre. W. L. Mor- rkal threshed 2SOO of wheat on 150 acre; slubMed-in grain. Mr. Gib Moreland thresled .wheat "mi summer fallowed lacd. that .aver- aged 26 bushels to !he acre. Mr. Duell's winter wheat averaged to tne acre. "The rains that have been coming every woek have given the fanners' a chance to plow for another bis crop. Tom McKay went bridge on Jlr. Bu3h from Dayton, "Ohio, is a Visitor-in New Dayton.this month. u John Rentz is spending a, few. days G. Moreland Is the owner ot a fine Franklin car. Mr. Heiuer went to Lethbridge ed- n'esday. Mrs. G. C. McDonald's mother ana, sister left Saturday for their home Hi Pe-lrolia. Ont- after spending the sum- mer here Itl'Xew Dayton. J. F. Morrison is the owner of a Twin City oil tractor. It is understood lhat T. E. Skeilh has purchased the John Forslin ranch which Is a nicely located farm and will make a fine home. Mr. George Husk is the owner of a house. under way. at a cost of The buildiug when complete will bs estim- in the 530.000 class. A. Hockslein, who is a large land owner south of town, has erecled a 510.000 farm house which boasts of every modern convenience. T. J. Bain, who lives east of town, has buil! a cosy home estimated at 000. Several other farm-houses have been built which range in the Jl.OOO J1.500 values. 1 A. II. Lynch-Slsunton. west of town, ilans in the near future to build a very Heavy Shipments of Stock Made Recently New Restaurant Opens 'F CROSS, FEVERISH, SICK, BIL> IOUS, CLEAN LITTLE LIVER AND Children lov-t this "fruit and nothing else cleanses the lender stomach, liver and bowels so nicely. A child -will simply not stop playing .lo cmDty ILL bowels, and the result la, they become _ clogged .vfich ;waste, liver gets 'sluggish, stomach sours, then your little'one becomes cross, half sick, feverish, don't eat, Bleep or-acl naturally, breath'is bad, full of .cold, has: sore throat, lioea. -Listen, Our Own Con'Spondentl '-'Cqaldale, Sept. C. Hansen of Turin, "was n visitor here last Fri- day afternoon. Hiss Stenabough' of Commerce. Is .spending a few days this week ivilh i bar sister, Mrs. R. J. Gould. Miss Hunt spent the week end with friends at Turin and Iron Springs. Mr. Peacock shipped about five hundred sheep from here recently. J. E. Perry shipped one hundred and slsty head of cattle from here to Calgary on Monday. He reports about as many more for shipment In a few weeks. The weekly Friday afternoon pro- grams at the school are arousing in- terest and are actively participated in by" the. pupils. This week' the chief itepi of' Interest is a debate on "Gov- ernment Ownership of Railways." The Home Restaurant has been under new management furMhe past few-weeks and .Is filling a great need in our town. The management caters to farmers' trade and endeavors j to give satisfaction in every case. Mrs.' M. Porter will he glad to all ysur This cannot be ascribed to a boom of any sort, it seems more a n lural course of events. Several large sections of land have (.hanged hands in this district recent The McEachren properly, compris ing a half section, just north of town has been sold to C. Cridland. Jlr. Da mond has purchased a half section from T. Elliot of Summerview. A Marshall of Fishburrt, has sold a quar ter section to E. I. Duffield. W.J1. Lees, secretary for the French. Wounded Fund committee, is in re- ceipt of a very appreciative acknowl edgement from H. D. Shaw or head quarters at Winnipeg. The total re- ceipts of the collection to date onnts to 51.2S7.SO. The juvenile war-workers were ou in full force on Saturday morning las and at an early hour had the tidy sum or J16MO, collected to send to Saut Claus to help out with our stockings. i We are to.have our fair day and tn district schools fleW day on Tuesda ueit Mayor Allison has declared halt holiday so that all may take the big events. Dtalh of Cowley Lady The death occurred: at Cowley Sept. 24th of Annie McEwen. The deceased..who was In her 32nd year, had been ailing for some time, hut Pelrograd. Sept. military ection of (he soldiers' and- work- en's delegates has voted In favor ot motion demanding Ihu dissolution f "shock" battalions. The reasons hen for this action are. first, from viewpoint of principle, it Is iu- dmissaule that there should be In he army groups of privileged sold, ers who arrogate to themselves tho lo die for the liberty of'thelr country, when this right- belongs to soldiers; second, that "shock" battalions place the Russian army in the position of an army which re- [uses to defend liberty, aud. there- Joro "shock" battalions diminish the capacity of tho army by creating on one side a category of heroes and on OF FEHOE PEOPLE (Special to the Herald) Ferule. Sept. con- cert glvcu by Uio members of ttie Kcr- uio band last niglit In the ilrauj I he- at rg. to raise funds to assist u furiuor uiouiber. Ilaruey Sloaii, in his most unfortunate cireuiiisiaiicesj. resulting from a broken lea sustained in an ac- eltleni hx the mtues at Coal Creek sonwr time ago. and compiles I icms whtrli have set recently, rendering hlnl unable to resuiuo Uls vork at thn mines, was a great suc- cess. The Gram! was packed to tho doors aud the audleiico was treated to a program ot vo- raland Instrumental music. Miss Bur- HI, Archie Prentice, Mr. Owon nnd other, local celebrities rendered tho vocal parts and Iho Fcrnlo ham', ex- celled itself, giving one ol tlie most pretentious evenings of muste vrhich has over been offered to a Fcr- nlo' local talent. The most of the event, however, was the large sum realized for the of Mr. Stoau. who Is well and'favorably.'known to the people of Tho result will enable Mr. Sloan to be, taken to' a sanitarium for treatmeut, aud it is hoped by his family and many friends lhat he will be permanently cured and restored to his family as a result of the kindness of his many friends. he otlier soldiers. a innss of conscienceless LAKE SEAMEN MAY STRIKE; Chicago, Sept. official can- .ass of trie vole of the lake seamen on a proposal to strike October 1, un- less their agreement is put into, ef- fect on- Ihe lakes shows ,that the men are-almost unanimous, in favor of a strike, It-'was 'announced, by President Victor, A. Oiander. 86 EXAMINED AT CALGARY. Calgary, Sept. total of S6 men were medically examined yester- day under the Military Service Act. Of these, 20 were rejected and the remainder accepted. The majority of these examined were office workers, bank clerks, male etc. Sepi. present market price of potatoes, 75 cents a bushel. Is not likely to be lowered accordlne to an announcement made today by A. M. Black, of ".Ottawa, chairman of the federal food con- troller's fruit and vegetable-commit- tee. The'nnncuncoment came after the conclusion of a conference be- tween :Mr. Black, A. Bright and M. H. Evans, members of the local com- mittee... Mr. Black slated that, there was another side to'.Ihe notalo_o.uesllon beside'that of tho consumer. The producer had to be looked afler. This he said, will be made plain by a tele- iram whkii lie had received from n farmer in the west of the province which stated that it it was the policy to lower the price many farmers would leave their potatoes in the You Need Not be Rick to purchase this luxury. At small cost you the" greatest food drink in Canada ready to nourish you, to add vigor to your daily life, and to protect yteur body against severe climatic changes. No better cocoa in the world tlian o n B r a n ground as .with tho high cost of labor it would not pay to harvest the yola- toes. "Tho food controller Is not unpre- pared to take such steps us may bo necessary, lo ensure proper storing and distribution of sucli an essential food as said Mr. Black. SECRET SESSION OF DANISH PARLIAMENT. Copenhagen, Danish parliament held a secret sitting yes- terday. KriK Descavonus, the foreign in "a speech lasting two hours reviewed the commercial and political situation particularly as re- garding Great-Britain and tho.United States. EDMONTON CLEARINGS Edmonton, Sept. clear- Ings this Same week last year o A MONTH FOR CANADIAN MUNITIONS Ottawa, Sept. The Ev- cnlng Citizen Bays: "The imperial munitions board, which has been a fountalnhcad ol Industrial prosperity, is not going out of business. When on the crest of the wave, the expend! Euro mounted to fifty millions a monlh. A conservatlro pol- Icy has caused a reduction to the basis ol thirty million a month. U will likely con- tlnuc on tliat basts all Hie win- tcr, ensuring a sustclneil out- put and the extenelTO employ- ment IhaJL goes with wants in this line. .The small elevator operated, by coated, then I Randall, Gee and Mitchell of a leaspDonfui of "California Syr-, up-of Figs." and In a; few hours all .the undigested food passes out of the sys- ,tem. and you have a well, playful 'child again. Millions of mothers give "Californ- ia Syrup of rigs" because it is per- fectly harmless; children iove It, and H never fails to act on tile, stomach, liver and bowels. Ask your druggist for 50-cent hot- lie of "California ;Syrun ot Tihich has full directions for babies, children of all ages and for grown ups plainly printed on the bottle. Beware of counterfeits sold here. Get the gen- uine, made by "California Fig Syrtlp Company.'1 Hefuse any other kind with jeg last year, is again being put in shape for this season's trade. The Women's Missionary Sociely met this week at the home of Mrs. The scatlered showers are hinder- ing threshing considerably but farm- erc-are using the time to good ad- vantage, ploughing, etc. A new travelling library has been received from the Department of Es- tension of the University of Alberta. This comprises thitry-five volumes of Various all wholesome tTHE NEWEST REflEDY FOB .Backache, Rheumatism ana 1 Kttney, Blatter and Uric AcU Taring misery lo many. tba kidneys ire weak or natural BlterC do not eteansc the blood tthft poisons ire carried to all parts of tlie follow deprcsJloo, acbes heaviness, drowsiness, frrili- bllilj, beadtches, efaitllcets Ar-d. rhti- iimaUSifl, IB some people are sharp In bick aod ier disorders sonie times obrttn- About fifty volumes have recently been added to the school library, in- cluding the eicellent "Boos ot Know- ledge" or twenty volumes. All the new bonks of valuabU to punll or adult alike. 1 Tbe uric sometlme f or ms Into gray cl or kidney stones, When :the uric acid affects the "musclea and Joints, It closes lumbago, rhcumatiara, or lils It, lime w 117 Anurlc." Send We, tvr nurltig digestion trie acid U Absorbed Itito the srateai from to eat eaten, and from some The poor kldncTS get If red and backacha begins, .This Is a good time to take .Iho nevf discovery of Dr. Pierce for Kid- Jier trouble and Backache, Neglected kidney trouble Is responalbta for many teaths, and Insurance Company eiatnfn- Ing ooctora always Iho water of an bctors E policy will be Issued, luvo you set aside a hoUle ol water JOT twcnlj-foyr honra? A heavy sedl- ifient or Mttllnr Indicates kid- Tbe true Data re aod cba> New Sept. Vr.eck Machinery fa Plans .to munition 'nsk of of the Fldneys and urinary ointis, can DC determtned bjr a careful chemical and takroscoplcal this fs docd by expert chemists of tbs Medial Staff of the Hotel. If .yon {.j know yoar condition send {iDipu oijroar water to Uoctor Pierced Invalids1 Hotel, Baffalo, N. Y.. and dft- Tnbe jour It'will tn pnlnea wtthoiit any encnie to you, aod Pierce or hi3 SUu of Asstsiing will laform.yoa tntUully. nOW TKTtTLf I I all ywirwlf, jonr ___cures, etc., In ledlral ArfvlKr." tlnplt al a look of iOOS to Dr. V. M. Pierce, KTY., centa in one-cent stamps ftr a copy, Ins shops In "America at the bidding of German agents In Kurope are be Jeved She police to .lave, been de fealed through Inc arrests of abou Germans and German synjpalhlz era in begun here night, and were continued today. This forenoon, the aliens, each guardcil by a, defective were placed I: automobile rans at police liearluuar lers and left Tor Ellis Island, u-her It was announced, they woulfi b Interned probably for the duration o the war. In'the possession of sonic wer found quanlllles of c'arbonindiira I pulvfirlscd chemical use to dejtroy delicate machinery. Th suspicion Is beld lhat the carboru ilum reached German agenU In Scan dlnavlan countries. .Kmphasls wa placer] upon the discovery of Ih chemical, some of It in the form o lead pencils, In possession of a Oe man courier In Norway some month ago. This agent admitted, accordin to police Information, that be bail been sending carbodundum to the oermans in .countries at war with Germany. MODEL FARtf DESTROYED. Montreal, Sept. model farm of James'Morgan at Sennevllle, Que., -valued al was destroyed'by tlre_ this morning. Several prize were burned to death, FARM LABOR Phone or Write Bens- ley Employment Agency for Your Farm Labor We have a large number of good men arriving r.very day. We have on our lists a num- ber of good cooks, male and fe- aTso separator men and erv glnesrs, both gas and steam with good papers, We can also 25 bundle learns at attractive figures. THRI Is Accompli By Buying First J. i HORSES For Sale I have brought in a car' load of good horses. ANYONE WANTING GOOD HORSES GET BUSY, THEY ARE NOW AT MY BARN. L F. BOIIIJUL Soap. Pels Naptha. Per pkg............ Ammonia Powder. 2 Ammonia Household. 2 bottles for...... Chloride Lime. Per tin Sanl Flush. Per tin Clothes Lines. Each 75c 25c 25c I5c 25c 20c 1.50 1.00 25c 20c 25c George Washington Coffee. Made 1 A In the cup. 45c, 7Sc and Marmafade, Roberiion's Scotch. 1 1A A Ib. palls. Each Tongue, Ham and Veal Pate, nn 65c O'Cedar Dustless Mops. 75c, }1.25 and Liquid Veneer Bottle 25c, iOc and 25c 35c 40c Tomatoes En glass. This week............ Asparagus, Per tin Olives, Plain or Stuffed. 18c, 25c and Jam, Niagara Falls Brand. fruit, futl weight. Strawberry, Raspberry and Black Currant, In pails Spaghetti, Van Camps, Per tin 1.00 18c Meatfess Days are Oyster days: Cove Oysters, Per tin...................... Covt Oysters, 2s. Per tin'..................... Toilet Paper, -r 4 Baker's Fresh Grated Cocoanut. In tins, each .1............ PTmentos, tins.' Each....................... Creamed Chicken. A la King. 35c and...................... Loganberry Juice. 20c and..................... Brands floups In on salet bottle Lobsters, each 20c and Finnan Haddies, Per tin Limburger Cheese Per pkg.................. McLaren's Imperial Cheese, Jar 20c 27c .35c 25c 50c Tea, Kerr's Special, Old price, per Ib Tea, Ridgway's 5 o'clock. QnEy a limited quantity on hand. fit.. Per Ib WDC Coffee. Our' Ideal Blend. 3 for Coffee, Brand's Best and Nabob Per 1.00 50c Our Goods, Prices, Our Service, Are Aids to the Thrifty and Par- ticular House- keeper 2.15 35c .1.10 Freestone pre- -i .serving, per I UU Italian Prunes, fine prc- -3 AA serving, per case. I. in large economy crates. "j C Special, por Concord Grapes, per basket............. OC Crabapplec, per case........ Eating Pears, per dozen Tokay_Grape8, per Ib. ......_.. Tokay "Grapes, 6 Ib. basket 0rPrdkn30c35c45c Lemons, JC_ per dozen............ Toma- OA Oflr toes, per OUC Cucumbers, 3 (or............ Hothouse Lettuce, per Ib........... Celery, well bleached and crfspj 2 Ib. for...... .Sweet Potatoes, per Ib. t............. Squash, per Ib............ pickling Onions, silver skin, Ib... Green Tomatoes, per Ib.............. Cauliflower, heads Citron, per tb............. Vegetable Marrow lOc 4c 15c 5c 5c 5c 'Pumpkin................ Soap Hakes, equal lo Lux. On sate this week. 3 pkgs. for GEO. KERR CO. PHONES 1365 AND 145IJ 813 PJFTIISTHEI5T SOUTH, ;