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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - August 9, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta iNDAf, AUniJRT 0, IfllS T If E I. E T 11 B R 1 D G F- n A F T, Y H K HAhU PAGE FIVBS CLARKE & The Ladies' Store Phone 453 Acadia Block Special Bargains all tliis Weeli in Summer Merciiandlse that Voo Need Right Now! Saviiios ()(� ji qnarlei" In n lliird. arid in sonic cases a?; mncli as fully hall! refifuUu- value. roiMlu', ihuil clearance; of all suninuT stocks. 15c and 20o Embroideries 35c Heavy Turkish Towels 25c Wide Taffeta Ribbon Alltliis NV(M'k....8c . AliauHAV('�k...25c , AlHliis work... 15c; 50 and 60c Corset Embroidery All this week. . ZBc $1.00 Brassieres, on sale .Vll tlilK Aveek. . .gBC $l.'10 and $1,50 Brassieres All ih'iH Avcek $1.00 50o Children's Union Suits All this week. . .33c $3,00 to $7.00 Bedspreads AH week. . -20% oir $1.00 Wasil Voiles and Gropes All (his week. . 20c Apron Ginglnams All (his week . . . 14c $1.00 Full Bleached Oamasl Farmers' lOicvator ik now com-pletc, and wo l)oi)e it wll) liavo a bot-iBr fate lliun the one built on the samn site last year. .\lrH. Chidister is b.niicling a new ho\iBo on Main sli'eot. ]C. A. .iones made a business trip to Cnrmangay last w.eelt. Vera Davis is going (o buy grain at the Home Kllovalor hero. NieU Selms lias gone to N'orlli DaliotH, wiioro lie has purehased a threshiiig rig. MisR llutli tivoonnian has gone to Carnjijiiffay to visit her sister Hazel for a couple of weelcH. Several new thre.sliing outfits have boon bought hero lately. Among llio purchasers aru Garman .laeobson, .Mr. Mnrpliy, Mr. llanister and Mr. Pel-chor. Samples of wheat and oats shown here measure from five to six feet in height, iUftA are Btill grawing. V\'e ESSES MISSING N WAR COi ENQUIRY KeiitviDf, .V. S.. !1 -Ulici) the w.ir contracts comtiuSMnn, iiudci Sir Charles Oavid.-irui. (iprrioil Ms session lit'lo yosU'lday it 'i\,is louiid Uu'l. lour oi llic more import,ml u itncsscs were riiiseiit. Yesterday's M'^'icm was ttic lirst in Kentvillc, lil-.e liiosp at .SDiiimcrsidc, Ciiai InUri mvii, Mmic-| Ion and llorcTieslcr \v,\s in connco-' tion witli tlie piircii.iiiiii; of horycs j and deals in tlic M.iiiliim' prcjvinci-s. ' 11. \\. .San^;slc^ ni Windsnr. |)Je- | scnlcd an appliculd. ,ii)piMr r. Wood, another \eterinar.v. left , Nova Scotia sliortly after the pur-j chases were made, and went to London, Ont.. his iioine. Kfforts made l\v .Mr. Tiionipson to find him at his home failed. 'lie also disappeared." said Mr. 'I'lioniusoii. Sir rharles IJavid.soii said tliat lie understood llial two of the missing witnesses were in possession of cc-eeipts. .Mr. Snngster rej)iied tliai a'.l (lie receipts wliicli Woodworth had were now in Mr. Poster's hands. .\s for ICeever's receipts he said that he had lost them. Sir (;hnrles said: 'U, was of vital Importance to have tliose witnesses. " "Why don't tliey come here'/" he aslied. "Why not telegraph them'.'" "We'll do anvtliing your lordsliiii suggests." responded .Mr. Snngster. Tlie only witness examined was Major Walter -enii yisitor in the city. Mrs. .\inslre, of (.'arinaagay, is visiting her datighier, Mrs. 11. Don-i LIBRARY NOT SAVED : l^utrogrart, via I^ondon, Aug. 11.-It is learned that the mag-nifit^ent lilirary of tiie l^niver-stty of Warsaw could not be removed in time to jirevent its falling into the hands of the Germans. : ? : > ; : will venture to say that this is tlie best croli-growing district in Southern Allierta. Miss 11a Snyder has neeopted a position in Knulsou's store at lOnchant. Miss Anna fiowg iiaa also gone to Enchant to work for Hert f)unn's folks. We understand that a new general store wil'i Hliiri in Ti'uvers very soon, also a inillinery establishment is about to comnuuico operations. Our town is sure growing. OPPOSE CALLING UP OF HUN LANDSTURM Zurich, Aug. 7.-Aecording to private reiiorls from norliii, the calling up of the untraiaod Inndst.urm, ho-Iween the ages of 42 and 45 in various towns, generally is moetui(r with vigorous opposition on tlie part of manufaetiirer,s who iuive held several eoiiferences wilh, military authorities. 1 ntll now these c'lassos have been only called trout the rural districts. Airs. Meredith of [,ctlibrid|;e, is I visiting iier sister, .Mrs. 0, Drake j of (ialata, Montana.  � � Mr. and Mis. W. V. Kelson, of ; Calgary, at" spending a ieu days in \ the cilv. !  * � I Mr. .J. li. I'aimer left this morn- ' iiig for High Kivcr, to attend ccnul ; thlTC. \  �  I Lieut. I'aKc, of Sarcee (.'amp, spent' tlie week- said Captain Del Francis, "and 1.50,- 000 more in Taranto, tlie naval base. Between l:>o and 200 large trans-; ports were ready to convey tho 1 roops to where they are most needed." CARRANZA COMES DOWN Washington, D.C., Aug. 7.-On bo-lialf of Carranza, a formal brief on the Mexican situation was tiled today, practically asking for political recognition, and proposing Carranza'a Washington agents meet any of the other tactions in a peace conference. Many a Business Man wlio i.s careful lo prplect himself in money matters, is tTireless aboti.t liealtli-liis most valuable asset. For many, tcti or colTee drinking silently undermines health, because each cup contains from V/^ to 3 grains of the cumulative, harmful drug, catt'eino. j Five to si.\ grains of caffeine will kill a rabbit or a cat, and repeated daily will cripple a man. How cripple a man? The caffeine, little by little, causes htirdehihg'of the ai'teries and premature old age, showing more in some than in others. Some of the .symptoms of oaffeine I poisoning arc headache, nervousness, biliousness, heart'flutter, sleeplessness at night, and "lag" after reaction\of the drtig in the daytime. The way lo avoid all lea and cofi'eeUroubles is to leave both tea and coffee alone and use ^ -the pure food-drink. There's no caffeine- nor any other harmful substance in Poslum. Made from prime wreat, roasted with a bit of wholesome molasses, it contains all lhe<' goodness of the grains, and is nourishing, economical iind delicious. There's no "fag" in Postuin. and "There's a Reason' �-sold by Grocers. Ciinadian Postuui CA'real Co., Ltd., Windsor, Ont, 0000025348230201014823534823480253535348235348484848532353232353532323534823535348010200 ;