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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 29, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE EIGHT Tim HKRAUJ SATURDAY, SKPTRMBEK RED CROSS mm Soldier (o Seoul Troop Is Being Organ- ized Now (From Our Own Correspondent) I Coalhurst. Sept Red Cross i toclely will uold Us annual meeting on Monday next In the Presbyterian I church at p.m. Private K. Ever' i ell of Redcllfl. will lie tiia special ii speaker. He will give B talt on Red Cross work In general aud will also I1 describe his own experiences at the front. Having been wounded himself he is ablo to speak from first baud knowledge of 3ed Cross irork. A mu- l flcal program has also bten arranged nud refreshments wilt be served. Ite- porls Bill be presented by Iho officers I and the committees and officers elect- oil for tbe ensuing year. A collection' wilt bo taken. Members or Ihe society who reside outside ot the village who are Interested are asked lo awept tbU as a personal Invila'tloi to be present. J 11 Watson of Grassy vis. Itlng with his old friends here this week. Mr. Walson was formerly In at The Dominion scales inspector was fn Coa'Jiuret this week oa official busl- 3. B. DeHarl and F. Garrick have been nominated for the office ol vil- lage councillor to fill the vacancy caused some lime ago by the departure Mr. Kally to Edmonton. The elec- tion will take place on Saturday. Quite a company of boys met In fShowcrs' Auto Livery Djy iml Night Sirvici. Stand at Whltt Lunch Phone 1127 1 PHONE 1050 King's IIUTO LIVERY ,C1TY AN D. COUNTRY TRIPS STAND: THE ARCADE (be church on Mourtay evening lo or- ganlxe Tpr the wlnler. The pastor out- lined several plans and U finally decided to orianlxe a boy acou{ troop. Meetings wtll be held each Friday ev- aud work will dona for the of- ficial scout tests. lantern kviurtc, torlals and other tealurtt will kelp lo make the meetings vary InlHCttlng for big boys. The putor will act as scoutmuler and D. A. aa tiilstinl scoutmaster. A local aito- clallon will be formed In tbe ueir fu- ture 10 thai the troop may receive of- ficial recognition. Sunday uext is rally day and this year will be In tbe morning. The Sabbath school hat prepared tor a most Luteresllng program and alt par- eats and friends arr Invlled lo attend. Tbe service vlll begin pronplly at 11 D. II lj loped thai there will be a large allendance of adults. In Ihe evening a sermon will be preached sp- proprlalo to the occasion. One of our local lads narrowly es- caped a uftaty Injury on Monday, He was playing op the roof ol a bufldfng and tell, striking a heavy stick ol lum- ber. Fortunately he got off with only a saverc bruising. The name of Prlralo A. Benson ap- peared recently la the Herald wllh the statement that be had been officially reported wounded la action. Coalburst people are wondering whether he Is Arthur Benson who enlisted with one of the early Lethorldje batteries. Ar- thur DcnEOu, wbote- parents reside In Red Deer. Is well known and popular in Coalhurst. Threshing continues lo make good headway and should soon be finished. Farmera are busy hauling train to the elevalDra and quite a lot of fall plow- Ing Is also being done. Efforts are be- ing made to get as much land as pos' slble ready for Ihe spring. Red Cross subscriptions for this include Ihe following: J. Aber- netny, }5; U f. Tuff. J25; Clarence Tuff. II; Joe Tuff, 52; Mrs. MacBeth, 1; 1. Purdy. J. Holmes. W. Daln- irldge, D- MacAlllster, D. Cameron, W. lordon, P.' Mailing, J. Murray, J. Kol- ir, G. Maiwell. D. LOCUB, T. Locke, G. and J. Loxtbn, D. Miller, D. McMullen, Adams. R. Grant, A. Burse. J. Fer- guson. P. Hutchison, R. Heap, C. Phil- ips. each; W. Burrows, 50c; G. McPherson, J. Snow, H. Uarrick, ?1 DRAYING Turner Witchell jiflce at 410 11th It DRAYING FURNITURE AND PIANO MOVING Tacif ic Cartage Co. J. 0, ThefnM O: Peryw0n Phone 330 DRAYING Of All Kinds WesternTransferCo, Limited P, Ki Fnlitit tl MM HONOR GERARD AT VICTORIA. 15. C. Victoria, Sept. hundred m'embert al He Victoria aalan Club Bat to tbe lunck- eoa jlren In the Empress Hotel today In honor o( ilon. James W. Gerard, ormer United States ambassador to Germany. Tbe ei-ambassador was met at tbe C. P. R. by United Slates Con tul R. B. PKsldenl Jobn CKbrua and Secretary Franl: Sehl ot the' Canadian Club. Wllh the conclusion of. Iha brilliant iddreis of Mr. Cenrd, Ills Honor, Lieut GOT. Barnard, In lilting terms, a hearty TOte of thinks-to Ibe J Pirrla, seconded the 'resolu Uon'vlilcb. iria carried. Boultph's Auto Uvery WE KNOW THE COUNTRY THOROUGHLY. SIX YEARS IN THE LIVERY Phone 12O6 The Hudson Auto Livery SERVICE Canfectlontry Day M8 Mffkt- 1299 OTT'S AtJTO LITERY Day PTMM NlfM Phtrn Ttl CROPS AIM Wild Srtnery on OU liu Fork Club C'ATTU: U. S. IXCKKASK (From Our Own CojrwponcJmt) XobMord, Sept. Monday coing lie mxtlnc of tho young iople laat- had brtrt postponed from it before VB.B held In tbe hoolhtMUf. a good number being receflL Rev. J. A. Ltalfe prfalited over the gathering and gave a statement aa to why the meeting had been called After a dtecuisfoa In watch many ook part H waa decided to fomi a oclety to lx known is The Young's hib, the objects being to help Ibe oclal life of Ibe young people- ami fti so to' have a tew dramatic plays put during Ute winter. The- rfflcera were lien appointed: Hon. President. Hev. J. A. Leslie: Preel- ent, SIlss Magee; Vlce-Presldenl. E. luble; Treasurer. Miss M. Tacka- jerry; Secretary, Mies Speck end rganUt, Mies Mclntoth. TBF entrance cc filed at 14? snd a monthly ubscrlptlon of lOc. It. waa also at- anged to hold a social gathering next Tuesduy and II ts boped that all the people of the district rally ound so ihal Ihe club will be a suc- ceai. Sir George Bury, passed through me on ihe Tuesday evening freight, fe alao went back the same way on Wednesday morning and people aro wondering If there is-any alteration, either In tha trains or on the line >olng considered. Rer. Dr. Cofonh and Mrs. Goforlh who were accompanied by their son and Rev. Mr.' Burns passed through village on Wednesday on Uielr way to Maeleod. Dniiog this week .we have had a visit from Leonard M. Davis, the em- inent New York artist. Mr. Davis who Is well known by tie series of paint' [nga of Alaikan scenery that here been on eiufbJUon throughout Iho Taolc'Amerlcan continent was staying !or brief time I'n Calgary and though! that be would Uke to geLaome sfcelch- M of the grata country of Alberta, nence hli vlilt He made a few paint- a ot the work of threEhlne and n his ettentloii iras called to .the scenery on the Old Man river at the Junction wllh Uie Little Bow he weni oul to just what It was UXe. On his irn he stated that nowhere hud ke uytblng so beautllul, mount atn was grand, but for rea bwuty that place bad il beaten. Gooc tor auiuiy eouth Albarta. TV. P. Ho'rne and his wife have been paying us a visit renewing ok friendihlpa In the vlllace. Sunday being rally day In the Sun day schools a special service will be held la the church here. The- mlnlste: Rev. J. A- will preach a rsU; day sermoD In the momlnf at a. loin ol' tbe churck and Sunday school, R U hoped that a large attend ance of both. pArenfs: and cbildren wll be oit and umlce the service a Mr. Humphries, the posi'offlce In spoctor from Calgarr, wajJn the vlll tbe other day looking over the booki at the local poat office. Every thing wu foand In order and all the books were kept 0- Bahrke who had In charge of the local UII It wu soli re cently baa BDW decided to open a gar an Brunt He left hen lait week end to np the work and all hi rrltnili litre will him Uie belt o luck. Mr. F. W. E rlatt from hla brother and famll; from the StalM thew Vt'wklaiton. Sept. of jkl Udo ot loo rpvnify for the ot shows a BUbwuiluJ Increase, but (nt-rc vas a decided 'filltnt 'off ID of hogn abwf. The ueparltuent ot Bgrlc-tUiyre aniiounced today that the cattle reclplc of 557 aead compered wllh S.1S1.61S In Iho same period of 1SL6, whUo receipts of wera 51.S3J.5J7 ns alalult and sheep I.NP.SSS asaloBl S.. 6J5.S3S. Tho department's slalcnunl eiplaln- cd the, large cattle movement as due o higher prices offered, the Increased I of feeds and the. drought s. In the outhweslorn of the counlry. year an unusually large number t boss andr sheep were marketed In espouse to lilgh prices.1 Ttecelpls thus ar this year are taken to represent ather a return Lo the normal move- ment than a distinct fllllcg oJ la the FMrMlOPASTf'' YMOND 1NISEPARAIE DEP1. OF HEALIH Calgary, Sept. the condud- ig session of "tho Alberln Medlcnl, ss oclal Ion conrcntiQu, a' resolution -as passed callfng on: ihe provincial avernmcnt to appoint a department. f public health wllh ft responsible ead- At present this wort comes the dep'irl'ment ol anrlcultuTC. Another reso.ullon was added thai he question of nubile education on enercal diseases lo be taken up by he government lie deputy mlnUler I tba new departmDnt to .be In haree. COMING TO CITY! A NOTID The rnMt phenornenal Bucce.ii In Ibe ptirenolo- glcal 1.1 Ihal of Professor New York Sun. PROF, W, O, ALEX- ANDER. fparkllnf wttfc wit rherrl- raent, yet full of common maw. Mcntml Star. We defy any dollar to In- terest an au4' taan Prof. Alexeatler Bte Sound common ttnte nel In a frame of Toroato Q1ob4. la a ell population ot u compared with In 1911 In and la In the fire yean 11114, lie city population ay or 47.7 per ceot aa com wtti an o lit.4 yer cent, la jirecedlnc Iln Xatoa outHBibired femalee In al Ibe clllca. population ex Ike mate IB Ihe towns of (r MorlnyUk, Oldi, flt. Albert ac Vegreyllle. For every one thousai' malei, there were 930.females .1 Ctvlfuy and SM ID Edmonton; Ii Hli. tte proverlkm Caljir, MS, Hauroton females lo erer tfcraaM Tin acrlealtBnl nttllcllcs show thtt.rra 1911 to 1916, the ntimb'e at (am holdtnii In Alberta Inrr from Tltk acreage of 17 holdraii wtth an acreage o HM3.7I7. The loUl land area o (b nfilcil 288.6 acres In 1911 and 288.4 In 1910 and tho area of Improved land per farm Increased from 71 acrei to HO during the uflme I Kcr. War Rword of Raymond, Sept. D. Craig. after a successful ministry of ouo year at Raimoud. lias been called lo Ihe evangelUtlc Held and leaves here on Seut. Ou Thursday a rongrega- tlooa) social uas held al which an ln-J teresllng musical program was eujoy-' cd, anil which Included a speech from Mr. Craig's old friend and neighbor, ftcr. Mr. Kcllock of Cardston. A flnan- sltlemeni ol the church was pre- sented showing that the expense am- ounllng lo f4QO for moving and reno- Villng had nil been but and this was Quickly subscribed at tiia meeting. Tb'ls leaves tho building fn ,a leading position for work In tho town, and the'congregation tree of An Interesting feature of 1'he even- lug was tlie displaying o! the honor roll, (vhU'h "shows Ihal out of twenty- three families in the congregation, 17 men are al (lie front, a record that, can scarcely be equalled elsewhere. The men of the congregation pre- sented Mr. Craig with a magnificent shaving set as n farewell gift, Mr. Craig making a feellug reply lo tho speeches. He preaches his farewell sormoo. tomorrow. Introducing air Into water to ice an emulsion, a French engineer is succeeded lo raising It ID a uctlon pump to a height of.GO ANNOUNCED OCT. 9. Sepl. Daniel McMillan, who. along with SenRlor H. ShHrpc, represents Manlloba on the board ot selection under the Military Service Act. returned from Sir Ddniel staled thai ihd personticl of all the exemp- tion tribunals prohably would uc announced on October 3th. from Ot- tawa. The board had met and prac- tically all the details wero settled. and imat dish of with milk or Lookfcrth slgriature To keep the rollers and forms on a printing' press while It la running Is tho purpose of vacuum cleaner Lbat.has been Invented. Switzerland 'inalntalna four official schools where -cooXlnf and other domestic BClenrcs are taught lo young womon and a for men. A Itctarflr. a capital mimic and bftUer a'cloi Ibtn manjr who pose aa j IJidufh Heratd. wlio W acknowledged to be not only Ibe ablest Phrenologist til America, but one oMhe mcM popular rtpegkei-d on the plalfnrm today. IN HIS INIMITABLE'LECTURES ON HUMAN NATURE. Y, M. t. A. AUDITORIUM, EVERY'maHT MONOAV.'OCT, Ut. Iselol Adtnlsefotl Viral Nlghl Free. Collection Talte'n a I Clftse. consuKai.ori tldHy JO a[ (he'professor's parjow. Con'l MJis HrS Greatest Lecture on LAvc', Marriage arid Jealousy, JURY TRIAL FOR MONTKBAlj ANTIS Mentrell, Repl. acticon- icrlpllon joriton will'be. trfeit to- tffhff and will a Jury trial. Thlft WiB.appattnt lUkf mornlne wMo ih'e cite or fmlli fortune wan deal) plib, Krnest Pellssler, K.' acting Ihe proieciill6Ti, demand- ed that (he men he deilt wild unifer Ihe law governing' Summary donvlc- tloht. Judge 81. Cyr cteclned thai Uie men could" their 6wn mothoil or trlil. Tho nralura arc Morgeaii (Jrcnlcr. The Car I Chose Eight Years Ago And iiavc handled no other since, aHhough I have been in (he antoiiwhilp, luisincss foiiti in.Letbbridge during that time.. And Why! Uecansc years of successful manufacturing; gave me an absolute gnaraniee that they noiilil stand behind any product they placed on the market. capilal was a further Jhcy would HI the.businesH, and WHiM buy the material in such.a way HO that (hey could.'offer maxinium value in their produtl at (he lowest possible privc. In the Siudebaker 40 H.P. Four at and the 50 H.P. Six at Passenger Cars--we offer you by far tha greatest value f on the market today. For Power, Convenience and Comfort. All, we aak IB an compftrlEon' v.-llh Any car on the market selling within 'WJiiil We Oiiarantec When You a Studeloakcr One year's Guarantee on atety parl ot Ibt car. Six monthfl1 lief) aerrlce, wJth a service ulaiton Ficcond lo none lo look after jou. Klghl year? n'orHOnnl experience with RtudehaXcr cars v alone. AndlJackof This A Sluclclmkcr l.ronch In Calgary with-J10MOO worth til iparo parlj tor yrur protection and convlenco. Consider what Ihln mnant to friendship, don't pa? TOUT. ripfL- Nor docs Kic little vrbrlt your friend may make give you nny proledilon K Ike nefcKKrr supply lerylpe gtalkras not within easy reach. 4 t Uon't allow yourself (o ucllevo that your car will norer need .parts or ndJaalnWnlB. That car has not buen built yet. _ OUT new aclvnnccd prices will be announce-J hi few ito'.gtl busy ami jtecuro your StuHebukcr al old price. Wo aro prepared (o nerve you In ovcry way. Call ud IM tor yourself, ji; Sixth Sired J 11.822 ;