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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 2, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 2, 19W .THE I.STHBniDGE DAIL1 HERALD PACE TlfB. Look! Read! What This Means Parent Think! Study! ________ IN THIS CITY Boys' Suits, Sweaters, Underwear, Shirts and Overcoats Selling at Unheard-of Prices For Want of Space we are going out of Boys' Clotning. Every article in Boys' Wearing Apparel must go, regardless of sacrifice LOT NO. 1. BOYS' SUITS Sizes 22 to 25 Kcgular Value Clear LOT NO. 4. BLUES -WEAR-BETTER" SUITS With Two Pairs Pants. Sizes 27 to 34. Regular to Clear Ip O. LOT NO. 1 BOYS' SUITS Sizes to 315 Regular Price up to To Clear 1.95 LOT NO. 5. BOYS' W-DOL UNDERWEAR Regular Value 22 to Clear At 45 Cents LOT NO. 3. BOYS' BUSTER SUITS Sines 25 to Value up to Clear LOT NO. 6. BOYS' SHIRTS All Neat Patterns, Double Cuff, Soft Collars. Regular Values up to Clear at 60 cents Block BLUES All Boys'and Youths'Overcoats, including Blue's Wearbetters, Half Price, sizes 30 to 34 "This is the biggest sacrifice of boys' clothing I have ever c SUITS BOYS to the buying public since I have been in business. --U-eo. fl. MacLEOD BROS. Great Clothiers of the Great West The Fifth Street HOW'' Grand Duke Will Teach Contributor to Fund Duke Michael has hit upon an ingenious method for setting money for his 'fund for pro- vidins comforts for the British sol- which hns tickled the London public Immensely, and will likely be a huge success. He offers to inform all contributors of a dollar and up- wards of the official jivonoiinciation of Przemysl. Rev. O. P. McCullough, of Wesley Winnipeg, has accepted an in- vitation to the Neepawa Methodist church. "SCHWAB ORDER South was. learned from good authority, 'but an unoffi- cial source, that part of the contracts for war material 'which Charles H. Schwab obtained-on his recent visit to England, at the request of Lord Kitchener, calls for 200 gharpnel guns, sii hundred caissons, and limbers. This is in addition to the large submarine contract which wm be partly' filled at the Bethlehem steel plant .and. at the Fore'Robe ship- building plant BBYPOPE Rev Allan Glllies-Wilken has been named chaplain, of the 2ist Alberta Hussars -with rank of captain, .CANADIAN Very Low Fares In connection with tosions to Did Country Daily Nov. 7th to Dec. 31st inclusive Limit five months, stop over and ei- tension privileges. Full Information' re rail ani Steam- ship Tickets from 8. B. MITCHELL C. P. R. Ticket Agent, Lethbrldge. Or wrttp I- R. DAWSON, District Paiienger Calgary. Alberta Winter Fair CALGARY, DEC. 8-11 1914. CHEAP FARES FROM ALL STA- TIONS IN ALBERTA ONE WAY FIRST CLASS FARE FOR ROUND TRIP Going Dates Dec. 7-10 Final return, limit. Deo.-14th, 1914." Further Information from any Agent -or write B.? DAWSON District Paisenger Agent, Calgary. Rome, Nov. MaoNally, Bi- shop of Calgary, was among those received in private audience during last week. His lordship is the first Canadian bishop to come from Can- ada to Rome since the war begun. Most of the bishops from ;the' eastern provinces have already paid .their vis- its ad liminia, but there are several from the west who may perhaps come over now that Bishop MaeNally has shown that it is still, possible. His [ordship hopes to return via England, but recognizes that it may depend to some extent on the requirements of the French railways, which, in their turn, may depend on the upshot of the .severe fighting now going oh. If not, he will take boat from Naples, where the French Fabre line is pick- ing up 'a good 'deal of the traffic which used to be carried by the, two German lines. Cardinal Parley return- ed by the "Sant" Cardinal Be- gin by the "Patria." With :the latter travelled also Bishop La Rocque, of Sherbrooke, who, In his audience, had thanked the Holy Father .for the ap- pointment for his Mgr., ChaMtoux. Jontlneiit. One Is apt to' become pre- udiced, and until I saw with 'my own yes, I didn't really believe in their atrocities. "I have lust returned from live lays away, and positively saw a hree-year-old Belgian child with both t.S hands cut bfl at the wrist, and a iilemish girl with both ears ampu- ated. I leaned up against thn wall and cried like a baby. "This is the 'kultur' of the future or us if we fail to keep the brave old Union Jack above the ground. But we are not worthy of speaking. "I also visited a crowd of Belgian wounded, who were very much elat- wounded, wno were verj uiuyu _ ed with the word 'Canada' on my I that mam it 'Viva la Ca- on the food shoulder strap. nadal' JExeursioris to Eastern Canada, .Great Britain and United States TICKETS ON SALE TO EASTERN CANADA and UNITED STATES Dee. 1 1914 I (Limit Three Months) TO GREAT from Nov. to Dec. (Liriiit Five Months) EVERY FACILITY FOR A TRIP Standard Touritt Sleeping Cars; Compartment, Observation Coaches; Excellent Dining Car Service A FEW FARES EASTERN CANADA UNITED STATES Toronto, Hamilton, Saruia and Minneapolis and St. Windsor......... Montreal, 'Belleville, Kingston V and Ottawa.............W7.80 Quebec Si. John and Moncfon .'Low fares to other points in Eastern Canada. Muth Kansas'City ...W6.60 rates to other points in Jllsaouri, Nebraska, Kastern uanaaa. and Wiacongin. CANADIAN PACIFIC AGENTS Repreient ALL STEAMSHIP.. LINES -Further information on all excursions fronyS. 13. 'Mitchell, Depot R, DAWSON, District Pmenger Ajent, HANDS AND EARS OFF Canadian Who Saw German Shocking Atrocltl" George Willoughby of the staff of the Provincial Secre- tary has received an interesting let- ter from a soldier in the first Canad- ian contingent, Lieut. J. B. Neale of the Royal Grenadiers, now at Sails bury Plain. Lieut. Neale states that from present looks there wfil. be more than one contingent, and -thai neither "sanguinary" nor. "bloody' are sufficiently strong in their raesl; ing to convey, an adequate idea of the present war. Miss Amy, a slsSer'of Mr. Neale, is 'within sound of the guns, ho says, in blood .up to her neck." Everywhere the British are.loved, he says, and the British Bmpire''wir disappear, from the map or Germany will be crushed. The letter roads in "A- few days ago a tralnload of'Bri A lew aa.ys agu v, tish passed through Sails bury on tlieir way to 4 bunch of our officers -were on ...the platform where the train itoncedVtor i 15 minutes. It was n now sight to us, JjJ and a sad of ev iery description iind all bandaged 'Liko the Jolly good Canadian sport: Hhey raided a bookstall apt d will get them yet. "Our army is superb. Ot the navy FOUNDER OF REDCLIFF IN SOLDIER'S RANKS (Herbert Corey, in New York Her- It is only feir to say clerk to Sir John French. There are over Salvationists in the rank and file of the British Army in the battle line, besides thou- sands of other members of the Army floor 01 tne auivanuii ,-iiuij, charge of the Army Red Cross work In Prance. She. was in charge of the Red Cross work in the Boer war. She is the daughter of a retired brigadier- general 'of the British Army. that the s ony Canadians seem to be the fair-haired, boys with tlie War Office. The, Gana-1 diaiis have three blankets anil a rub- each tent her sheet and a straw tick to man. they sleep eight to a whereas in some of the British camps the tents are-made to sleep twice Attacks have been made "it on the "food "extractors at other all right the men say. "We gelptlie grub we're entitled to. Now that we're used to it, its all right. London papers have charged that coffee bar contractors have made un- due profits out of poor food at other camps. Uach Canadian is given lour peiice a day food commutation tn Hearing is Restored to Deaf Without Mechanical or Artificial Hear- Deaf Mutes Hear Jwn Ears. A Wo derful English Discovery. i'ng Devices. With Their Own Ears. A Won- peice a ay oo permit him to vary the military ra- food and tion. The men agree that the at the coffee bars is pientitul TO BEST BRITISH In London there are various voluii w fVAm -in vncit: Thousands of people suffer from, madc up of hank and lawyers ;and .art- ivno navmg ised treatments, artificial ear ear' phones, i men i dereil, youns lawyers and sportsmen and the terial is magnificent. mechanical'appliance out success Have at- last r themselves to a "world of L thinkine that nothing can ever restore to them their normal hearing. Yet i art- like. are clean cut, alert, wide slioul- iiered, thin .flanked, with .intelligence i and singer and courage showing all it. is generally reputed are destined- for nbn- IU lUCill their case is not hopeless. A able scientific treatment disc >necl ik, as soon as they lr C0111I111SS10UCU lillilv, auu'i a., u.iv.i i have learned to discharge the N. 0. able scientific treatment a f wjl, nigher. than a year ago m England mly volunteer is making people hear after 3 ears l seell mark tne aeafncss and is-also .unequalled for com. HlR fllstreSSlnff llGrtU M _. T linvn ileatncss anci quickly stopping the distressing 1 wd I have _.. ,ho ,iesUation in declaring my con- HU1UU1.1 noises that are so often the ions oE defective hearing. t-iviction that th t r? Canadians arc equal lOnS Ol coverv is called Parroint and has a' "acted widespread notice throughout, n y( Europe where reports of the remark- t a able results it has given to deaf peo-, En voluntMr pie have come irt by the hunuica, l n. luiL- niit: b company, of the Volunteers. i best body comparal to them. London's Beauty Writers Weekly Selections from Noted Beauty Experts Writing for the English Prest. Simple and Effective Methods. By Owu Special Correspondent. Lottdan, Enf, Each week In this department.! will endeavor, by careful clionlat from the London papers, to keep my Colonial readers informed on the latest and best idvlco of (he London Beauty eipert. Owlnl to the persistent deni-nd mo t London news- and periodicals are now devot.ng mnd- apace to nut week. I snail endeavor to keep neat up to data, result. Your hair will have a delight tre and from It is result. Your hair win "avu eBe as far as known. It is unusuay ast you a the druggist carries will labi ju Better Than Face Powder long time About Hair week orfj ens ove and alJ It isn't Eart, Ins the graph ma% seem a l' an old fashioned rec ep ma a welcome change I 1 now i-tances Miere it ha, stopped ute iiaTt- w le 1 Cflll U" 1-iivin. .The effect ot Parlnlnt it seems s These men are. Canada's by'tonlc action to produce q stlmulpus iinro H ias soD frnTfalLg and c'useS w hair tag, excellent for oih let an ongmal package of Unlike powder it d a not co lOcesEary to reduce all iniiammation awellin" onlargsment or thickening of the organs of-.hearing and to slim-1 P ulate the entire auditory -tract. i Pirmint ia being sold many i leading druggists iji Lathbrldge vicinity and a speedy trial is urged; upon all who suffer., from catarrhal; In ntlV flPCreft. hear Al- t Captain named Dan- Tj; in th-c catriage said he ..It, a miglliy lit- uu-_ w h said Daniels, "I'm pon all who suffer., from catarrhal ex.may0r ol it, Four of us went eafness or headnoises in any degree. I ft HinnCapolis and started Parmlnt i uov" v deutncaa ..-t.- Ask the druggist.'for-1 oz. of Parmint uo inoublo and take it home md mix with 'A pint of hot water and of granulated sugar until dls- Take one tablcspoontul four a. day and you should soon flnil ordering SALVATIONIST HONORED one -tauicMiiuuni.ui ivtii id you should soon flnil Bandmaster Dcvoto of Tottenham improvement in your first Corp, London, England, lias I been the recipient of honor conferred Parmint al- by Ihe English War Office. He has' 'wont Double j been appointed to the position of sup- tney are, iney ruiucu u wnnt jouiile been appo nted to tne position 01 my .tobacco stand, and supplied the grate; lias it or erintendent of tlm provision of cloth- fill soldiers wounded in the Kings itreiigui, nr oilulmilent ,t one of service.. Don t you over LB" ..bcL, 74 ..nm'nc Hf. was civen. thn aDuoint- servlco. Don'l you over tjm iputhotlc with our enemies. hate them worse, than holl, and it shall be who mak Itnem worse, man noii, aim. uo in that spirit that r shall go to Ihe I a specially of H. ing fedliiB an oupmen one 4 the camps. He was given, tho appoint- i-nent of.Uouteuant and tmnrtgrmWter or.o, of tho battalions 'of. thoRoval Instead of face powder I alwajs use a simple home made lotion which I and more useful that the former for in> ot its puiposes, with none pf ita tor irnprov objections The lotion, which Is i this para made bj -dissolving one ounce of or- superfluous, dinary clemimte m foui tablespoon- fuls of water, acts as a sort of arm- or against winds, dust, smuts and other extraneous matter besides be- or shiny akin. loes not ''show" i liei ail fauwwou g- add one fourth pint o! hay does not come ofl wiihout m allon it to ttand 30 minutes washing and does not interfere with then add sufficient water to make the healthy action of the Pores. half a pint Hub brlsklv into the To Remove Superfluoui Half nan a .prai u_ _3 _____ 81mple matter to downy th of hair but to remove completely, without in? jury to any skin, even a heavy mous- Care of Eyebrowi is quite another matter. It if Eyebrows and .hould be a pity it is not more generally blown Drubhed gently night and morning that powdered nheininol Besides keeping them dust free, this cessfully used or this purpose growth Ordinary mra It directly to the nt ne will help wonderfu'ly In thd ommended treatment to "direction Rub it into the eve- merely to .Jjfi brows from nose outward Apply to also to who had lash roots %vith thumb and forefinger titrel} A rnena Mennaline also makes the hair bios bought an anaCB I. l.nUne. annn Iltn It WBS TtSE PILBNTA COMPljBXIOH THE GREAT BNOLJ8H CIJB4NSIK DRV" scalp will clean sure sign the flnger tips ana you ilence ________ which action, Sling s of Mennaline aiso maKea VHB bwo _ sier and darkei lashes soon MO It lengthen and curl up beautifully, Luttroui Fluffy Hair Good sUllai not only w? best possible shampoo, but bM peculiar propertj o( learWf ;