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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - December 4, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD "MADE IN CANADA" Ford Touring Car Price $530 If you stayed indoors all winter-you might nol I rieed.'ypur Ford 'till '|neW grass time. But in .the ^Mile": ybTito^Hteors" the W-otd^rves as'wdll in January as in June. It's the, all-year-round car with a reputation for, service and. econpmy that isn't affected by the seasons. -  The Runabout Is now 1480; the Town Car $780; f.o.b. Ford^ Ontario. All cars c-surely get a 25-cent bottle of IJanderine from any druggist or toil-let counter, and just try it!-*-Adver-  tisement. Coleman Man Asks ! For Annulment Of Marriage * ? ? ? ?????? ? * MORE CANADIANS * > IN ENGLAND ? * '�' - > ' Ottawa, Onfe, Dec. 4.-It is officially announced through the press censor that the troopship Saxon ia has arrived in England.' She sailed from Canada on November 22, carrying the following troops: 54th Battalion (British Columbia), 36 officer*, 1111 men; 58th Battalion � (Ontario), 40 officers, 1091 men; No;' 1 Battery siege artillery,-210 men; 1 chaplain. President Will Be Married Dec 18 Washington, Dee. 4.-President Wilson and Mrs. Norman Gait will be married on Saturday, December 18th xrt-Mrs., Gait's home here, according tO'i� formal!announcement made to-pday-'at Wliitehouse. It was: also announced that .the-only guests would rbe'T'Mrs.- Gait's  mother, her brothers and sisters, President's brother and sistcr/^his daughters and members of hiSi-.immedrate household. No invita-. tions, will be issued. VlCTROLA NO. IV. with 12 selections, delivered "to your Home for $5 OO Cash balance 75c. per week. CHRISTMAS offer ONLY! W VlCTROLA NO. VI. with 12 selections, with or without Record Cabinet for 120 Records, delivered to your Home for $5.00 Cash , Balance $1.00 per week. CHRISTMAS offer ONLY! VlCTROLA NO. VIII. with 12 selections, with or without Record Cabinet for 135 Records, delivered to your Home for Cash BALANCE tl.Ot PER WEEK. CHRISTMAS offer ONLY! OU are probably well aware that no Concert Master who ever wielded a baton possesses the power of the Victrola owner;-that this splendid instrument makes possible a faithful and, therefore, a wonderful reproduction of the artistry of such vocalists as Caruso, Melba, McCormack, etc., and instrumentalists such as Elman. Paderewski, Kubelik and scores of others.- but did it ever occur to you that the ramifications of the Victrola go very much farther than the very extensive field of vocal and instrumental music which bring melody for every mood ? U^ * 05 marriage with'. Frances- Ethel Cox "is^.hull and void. Plaintiff alleges that ; 'defendant led him to believe that she r-j&as divorced from her former hus-;h'and, Edwin Belli to whom "she was married in London, England, in 181)7, and that be-married defendantr'o'n the representation that she had obtained e'divorfe fr'pni the latterj..-: �Plainfiff alleges-we have found that s.(k]si^iple, w�*h of oil of AViritergreen, as com- fnded in D. D. B\ Prescription, can-relied upon. . We would' not .'niake ; statement to our patrons,'friends and neighbors auless -we were sure oetit-and although there are many so-called. Eczema remedlep-;aold,y,w�! S' titselves unhesitatingly recommend i.''D. D. Prescription. All druggists have i>. D. D., 256 and ?1. -Drop into oU'r storevtOday, Just to talk, over the merits of this wonderful Prescription. Ask also about D. D. D. S.oap;,:. .,; J'J. D. Hlflinbetham & Co., Limited, Druggists,;Lethhrldoe, Albert*. -. An Improyed Quinine, Doe* not Cause . .-fyerVouaneas nor Ringing in Head Tlie happy combination of laxatives in LAXATIVE! BROMO ' QUININE makes the Quinine in this form have a far better, effect than the ordinary. Quinine,-and it can^to'e taken by any-One"* without a'ffectihg the head. Remember to call for -ftie full name, look for aigi)RUirfe.,of 15. W, Grove. 26c. NEW SUBMARINE GUN It is known that airmen can render good service in the tracing of submarines in anything 'like a calm sea, but even when a submarine has been thus discovered, it is still far from being a defenceless nrey for the bomb-thrower, as the guns are also equipped for slanting fire. Nevertheless, it has been a great objection that, in order to serve, the suns when they have been brought outside the boat and set up on deck, the vessel had to come entirely to the - surface of the sea, thus offering a fairly large target. The newer submarines of the -Germans are, therefore, provided with a contrivance to enable them to fire even when remaining under water. This is a double advantage: they are less visible, and, owing to the layer of water which breaks the force' *ofria| bomb, fairly well'protected. J'1 The gun goes through the conninf tower by means of a bullet-proof, wa-V� ter-tight deck, and is then server frdhfe inside the boat, Within certain limits > it can be turned in all directions, spS that a circular zone above the con-J iving tower becomes dangerous for :air-K men. * , A periscope, which is connected'.' with the barrel of the gun, ia got out-/ side in the same way by means ,a^.a| bullet-proof compartment. The guf|| also can, of course, be placed in other chamber specially built out'{rtfta'; the boat, instead of in the conning--tower. The gun alone comes to*t�escupper surface, whilst the gunner*htnivvw** iX CUTTING THEIR SALAfllES Mayxir'^Iartrtn's- s.a^Sry; >oi $10,000 and the '$7',500 a year salary qf.pach oE the four members of the Montreal board of control, will be cut by 25 per cent, temporarily, as well as the salaries of the "hearts of the civic departments, clerks, foremen and engi- neers, policemen and firemen, in order to raise" $826,428 to help meet a civic deficit of $2,20U,75(), showu in .the city, finances, 1 ,)yt>  AUCTION SALE -OF- �-�^�--V-L^-; HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE At the Store iii the K. of P. Hall, 5th Street " AT 2 O'CLOCK SHARP ON THURSDAY, DECEMBER 9tib .v; Dining Table; Dining Chairs, Rocking Chairs; Hea^nK ^j^e;,^. (Gasoline Lamp; De LevbT �^^,''a�l^^*^p^iijt'rt:1rt'jii 'tTOI^" /new); Brass Beds completed Se.wlug Ma^hh)V;4jKi4lBm^BtMj^ "Truit; Pictures^Pedestair Kwut Cutter; 9x12-Briu'wie^^i^Cp^^- -ly new); Laun'4*y;* Stove:�Sets of Dishes. 'A-'large^number ot,'�th*r.:uaef�il article*. TERMS CASH. \ J. A m Eveiything, mjwt^ , SMITH, AUCTIO* ;