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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 8, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta PAKE TEN THK USTHHRIOKE DAfLT HisnAl.I1 AY, DECEHBRn LOOS IT II CHILD'S I Take No Chances! Move Poisons From Livsr and Bowels at Once. Mothers can rest easy.after, giving "California Syrin> of because in n few hours all the lip wnstc. sour bile and fermenting food gently moves out of (lie bowels, and you have a well, playrul child asain. Cliildren slmrly will not take time from to empty their bowels, and they be coin! liver gets slug gish and stomach disordered. V'lien cross, feverish, restless, see tf tongue is coaled, then give th OF II IIS A 113th Letlibridso Highlander man from Kngiand says: Seven hundred and fifty left here for France hist Sunday. BO with those and the ,-revious draft away, there are not many Lethbridgo boys left. YA'e have quite a lot of men here who have been invalided homo from France, but who ready and quite anxious to get back again. It's rprising how eager the boys are to clous "fruit Children get and how disappointed love it, and it can not cause injury. No j those who aro not lucky enough to what ails your little got past the numerous medical If J'ull of cold, or a sore throat, diar boards. Some are turned down tern- rhc-ea, stomach ache, bad others permanently, butstill member, a gentle "inside cleansing' j nqjv battalions continue- to 'arrive, should always be the first their training finished off, fully equip given. Full directions for babies. children of all ages and grown-ups are pri.i.od on each bottle. Jjeivare of co-mterfeU fig-syrups. Ask year for a 50-cent bottle of ''California Syrup of then look carefully and see that it is raade. by the "California Fig Syrup Company.' "We make no smaller size. Hand back with contempt any other fig Advertisement. With one exception all the B. C. lumber .mills have agreed to date or pool their output for which will be handled1 hy the Cana- dian Trading Company, an organiza- tion incorporated in. the province some time ago. Au experiment by the Department of Fisheries in Nova Scotia has prov- ed that salmon annually to the srawuing'-.arounds, and not every sec- ond scientists have claimed. and bundled off across the Straits. The weather has improved wonder- fully during: the past ten days, and we can get round the sidewalks with clean boots. But it has been terribly cold for two days, everything froze up, and now that's changed, and it is snowing to beat the band. O-ie of the 113th lads named Peter- son succumbed to the effects of pneu- monia a few days-ago, and we pro- vided the firing bearers, band and escort for the took place o( Shorneliffe yesterday. We had a four-mile march each way and managed to keep warm on that, but it bitterly cold at the graveside. Capt. Dcnoon assisted at the Uurial and there were quite a number of spectators. The body was drawn on a. gun carriage by four beautiful black horses provided by the C. F. A. Peter- son was only 21 years of age, and the ACUTE COLDS AND THROAT TROUBLE. Goon Cured by VENO'S LIGHTNING COUGH CURE. Veno's no ordinary cough mixture, but an nbsoluto specific for every kind of cough, cold, or throat trouble. It is Just wonderful how It'euros those acute colds and throat troubles 'that aro so prevalent fit'this season. J A few doses of Veuo's and you well again, because Veuo's a-real-lung and chest healer, and'enables you to throw off tho trouble: at once. There Is no dope in it, BO you; can take It froely, and give to "children, too. Prices 30 cents 'flora druggists and stores thrpughout Ca- Liverpool Merchant in United States to Escape Storm of Victims An order for Manx cats, given ,.i a moment of levity after a good, luncheon, was the cause of force Wiggins, a merchant of Liver-! pool, having to leave business and his; family to cross the ocean and seek j refuge in the .United States until the storm he had raised blows over. In telling the story of his troubles to a Times reporter at the Hotel Wol- cott in New York, Mr. Wiggins, who is a sad-looking man with pale blue eyes, said that he had a slight repu- tation for being a funny man at the Exchange in Liverpool among the merchants, and never dreamed that his order for tailless cats would be taken seriously. Three weeks ago he was invited to DONT PUT IT OFF! onlV relative present was his W year at the Adelplna Hotel in Ltver- Storm Doors AND Storm Sashes ALL SIZES RIGHT PRICES. BECKER YtiTES PHONE 1384. o'd brother. It was a sad sight, and; "ml some-of his business friends, the llSth DOVB felt very much for the and amveii Iate-. excuse to the lad who stood watching his brother; Mr. Wiggins explained, that being lowered into his grave, and ihls tardiness was due to the receiptof L-nowns that he himself had to cablegram from the Indian govern- back to the front, to take his own ordering Stem cats to be chance sent out by the next vessel sailing for i strange coincidence happened last Calcutta. The price offered was I was waiting- (52o) per cat' and each nnlmal was to s'be delivered in a healthy condition. Sunday at Margate. with others to get tickets for the Can- In view of this clause in the order, adian Band .Concert fa the beautiful In V18W OI mw ciauao m mo oraer, i pavilion, issadfate'y- in front was Mr W Bgina told his friends that he aim in reclining chair accompanied would have to send out 2000 cats, so OF ALL KINDS' COAL cp.D PirOXE 1345 Turner WitclieJl G.Tice at Kennedy's 410 13th SL H. G. KiLNER SHOE STOKE 41413th Street North- Repairs Neatly Executed COAL AND TRANSFER. C.O.D. i by his nurse. He said to me, "Did you come over with Col. Pryce- I said I did, and with a big smile he said, "That's my He had caught sight of the 113th col- liar badges. .Mrs.. ..Pryce-Jones was '.very close and. Immediately, came :6ver and shook, hands and said how surirised and pleased she was to meet a Lethbridge man so far away. wished us'all the'best of luck went Inside re enjoy the splendid program, presented to an immense ELIGIBLE SONS OF M. P. H...Wy.ckoff .Rogers, Tormerly Grace Dean McLeotl ,was the speaker at a big recruiting meet- ing here. In introducing the speaker, -j Mr, justice Harris to her j ability' as a writer arid the feputa- tion she had made In Toronto as a 1 brilliant spe'aSer. One striking statement made by Mrs. Rogers was: "There is a mem- ber of parliament in Canada who has two sons of military age, healthy, ac- tive, athletic young men. He has tucked them both away in an Ameri- can university. He has closed his house so that he and his wife will not be in'the 'public eye. I hope when he runs for election again in that county there will be a snowstorm." Fire didY damage to Woodbine hotel at Winnipeg. the The Cost of If you want-good'-meats'at IOAV prices, ours is f the market to come to. Notice the Prices BEEF that the required number should reach Calcutta in proper condition. The merchants took great interest in the cable, and asked him if he knew why the Indian government should demand so many cats without, tails Mr. Wiggins replied that from what he had heard the Viceroy, intended to present each of the aatiye Princes with ten Manx cats and give 'twenty, to the Begum of Bhoral for her con- tributions loathe war relief funds. Blame the Fakirs Some of the-most famous fakirs in Indfa had stated recently that the best way to rid the country of the thou- sands of poisonous vipers was to hunt them with tailless ctts. The ordinary type of cat had been tried, but had proved a failure on accouilt of-the; vi- pers nipping their tails, which caused the oats to writhe with anguish .and, climb the tallest mango trees. .They never came down again, it was said, and their ghosts haunted the forests. Mr. Wiggins went 03 to say that af- ter .he had explained the reason why the Manx variety of eat was required-, his friends rose from-the table one after another and said they had friends over in the Isle of Man and. .might as well pick up a little, loose change if the going to pay five pounds head for cats." When he went out in to'the hall the head waiter came up and said: ''Par- don me, Mr. but would you _mind telling me what .ship you are going to send those cats to Cal- cutta oa, as I have a nephew in Doug- at louis Keel's t Fasltte Graft Before this unusiiaify large assortment of Overcoats grows less and lessihcl the ariety ot styles and iab- rics grows smaller, for the eally man gets, the pick of the lot. Overcoat Specials in Correct Styles at Three Interesting Prices Belted Ulsterettes Loose Coats, at Semi-Form Fitting Overcoats, at Conservative Chesterfields Double Breasted ILsterSj at Tailored with the skill of journeymen tailors up- on foundations of serviceable materials. Such work- manship is usually found only In clothes that cost much more elsewhere. Useful Gifts at Special Prices HOUSE OR SMOKING JACKET of doubls face cloth in very- attractive colors with plaid with braid and cord t A Special price .pO.OU LOUNGING OR BATH .ROBE. In as- sorted colors trimmed-with cord. Special price IMPORTED SILK MUFFLERS. ially'priced S175 fr 52.50 and -PJ. MEN'S. SOArfFS of "e Imported Slljt Specially priced A A 50c, 75c and Spec- MEN'S DRESS GLOVES. Silk wool lined. 52.CO and MEN'S FINE SUSPEND- dj-j ERS. 50o up to MEN'S PYJAMA SUITS. In plain cbl- ors af very fine quality. Specially priced 00, go and M.EN'S, INITIALED HAND- KBRCHIEFSi 25c-to AND -RUBBER ARM. BANDS Specially priced. 75c 50c. Oliver B ock LOUIS KEEL 5th Street South 15c 13c 18e Brisket, per" I Stewing Beef, y, Chuck Roast, per-lb. Top Rib, per-Ib. Prime MUTTON Leg of per Ib. 2Sc Loin of Mutton, per Ib......2Sc Ib. 25c fiecka arid Breasts, per Ib. l4c PORK f.egs, 18c Cut. any weight, per Ib. 22c Loin of Pork, per Mo....... 22c Shoulders, per Ib. 20c Side Pork, per f........ 16c Bacon, per t 25o to 2So Ham 23c Pure p'er Ifa... 25c Fork and rBeef ".Sausage, Ib. 15c Head Cheese, perilb. 15c 2 Ibs. ;for 25c Trfpe, for 55e Fprk Pies, Ib. 20: LAEP 3 Ib. pail___........... 5 Ib. pail 9Cc Dairy Butter, per'lb. 45o Creamery Butter, per Ib. 50e 2 Ibs. SPECIAL PRICES FOR ALL ORDERS UPWARDS OF 20 POUNDS Westminster Meat Market Phonal OSS las, Isle of Man, who is a bright, lad, SS and I have telegraphed him to buy j up .all the Manx cats Uiat he can'lay his "Hands on." I The unhappy Joker said he was 'nb'out to eTDlain the truth of the raat- ter to the head waiter when he looked around and saw the por- ter, three waiters, and two of the maids were all busy writing'telegrams to their relatives on the island to ship .them aa cats as" they could. It was too much, and he went for a two hours' walk to think if" over. i When Mr. Wiggins arrived at Ms home he saw a crowd outside and j feared the worst His surmise was {correct. He saw five telegraph..jnest I sengers going .in and sU coming out j To his horror he found that every I member of. his family had been tele- I graphing wildly to friends oa the Isle of Man for cats. The wives of the merchants who were at the luncheon had telerhoned to Mrs. Wiggins about the extraordinary order from the -In-. dian government. i Before midnight thirty messages had arrived collect askiig Mrs. Wig- gins to send 500 baskets to Douglas by the next day's boat to put the cats in. 1 Cat Hunters Busy One of the'Liverpool evening papers printed the story on the front page. The paper the Isle of Man on Sunday morning, and the ma- jority of the population immediately started, out oa what they termed a cat-finding expedition Instead of .go- ing to church. Indignant persons who lost their pets that day used a much.harsher term, .and the Deem- ster was loaded down with the com- plaints he received. On Mr. Wiggins said a telegram from a wealthy maiden aunt who lived 'at Peel, which read: "Yo.ur hired robbers have stolen my poor Smiler, who has- been companion for twenty years. Unless he is restored to m0 in- twenty-four hours I shall instruct my .-lawyer, to make a new _ The same afternoon SCO Manx cats arrived in baskets at the pier by'the Isle of Man boat, and the man' In charge of the ferry service said they miaowed so loudly that-he could not hear the fog horn of the steamboats in the river. i Times reporter, he so dis- tracted that he and hld; himself for two days his return lie saw the headlines-" in the news papers: "Where "is "In- dian government Denies. -Giving Or; "Begum of Bhopal Indignant. Others hinted that Wiggins might" be in the pay. of. Germany, .tnere were many thousands of German prisoners In camp on the Isle Man and there might be some. object m m get ting rid of'the cats Crowds of ragged arrived at his house, bringing cats which had teen shorn tails at some time in their careers; and 'demanding- five pounds, each for the gen- uine Manx 'cats. r By that time there were 1 cats on the Liverpool landng stage ntid the pier dues and cost of food amount- ed to nearly 100 pounds, Mr. Wiggins. said. In addition, the Board -of HeaUh had taken the matter in hand and was whether he should be Hied two shillings .for every- cat or he for tv, elf e months in the City Bootle. Mr. Wiggins said that, to add to his troubles, when his rich aunt wentvto; the pier to try and find her lost Smi- ler, wit y the large number of persons who had accompanied hev from- Douglas on the steamboat, the has K'ets were capsized and the lids came open. Hundreds of tailless cata es- caped onto the docks, "where they By this time, Mr told The FACSIMILE OF CANADA'S NATIONAL EEGISTKATION CARD MUST DC FILLED JH AWO PBOMPTLT RETURNED NATIONAL 11. What, is ysur full THE AGES OP II AMD SERVICE'. 2. How eld art you Where you hvo Provlret _ _ _ 4 Namp of city, tOAn 1 V Ifaaa or Post Office f P. Street Nomfaar In what country were you bom? what country was 1 your falhsr bom? -7 In what counlr> was i yeur mother twm? 8 yoii born a British b d :lf nbl, ara ,10. How much time havn-you lest .in _ _ _. 12. Of your lags? n Of your vWhfch married, !H. Of your hearing How many parsons besides 1 yourself do you support? J. ,._, ,17.'What ara you workirifl at for 18. Whom do you wortc you a trafls or 21- Are you working 20. 52. If not. bfl willlnfl to chsrtfloyour present work for other necessary work si iho same, pay during your railway lara ie paid, to leavo wfiefo y5u ndw IfVo.and go to sbrno othor ptace In Canada to do such work? tltsrrt UCTIONS FOH TILLING IN THIS CARD -AKE OM TBC sfoi. IT ASKS 24 COUNT V60W BaJPatrie. which" reproduces this card, .has' the' '-Irigtlt6 about "The questions on N Uonal Service, Ottawa, in the official enveloper.vwhlcli unnecessary to use a stamp have lived like pirates ever since, i Smiier was among the number of Manx cats that got away, and was last seen in company with a dissolute one-eyed black tomcat named Smith- ers, eating a dinner left unguarded for a moment by a Mr. Wiggins said that he does not know when he .will go'back to Liver- pool. -He may remain-'in New York a few days if there are no cats about, as he cannot gaze on one without bursting into tears. be answered. and addressed to the accompanies it insite of ten dajs of receiving fr is London Ont. electors will probably vote in January on the question of establishing a municipal coal yard. Department of The Naval Service Canada :TO CURE A COLD !N ONE DAY Take LAXATIVE BROMO QUININE Tablets. Druggists refund money if it fails to cure. E. W. GROVE's Big-, nature is on each box. 25c. The Nursing Mission Provides visiting nurses for mater- nity and all medical and surgical cases (except contagious diseases) and charges according to tho cir- cumstances of the patient. Poor patienis cared for free of charge. Graduate nurses for private duty also provided. For further partic- ulars apply to the Nursing Mis- sion, 413. 14th St. S.. Phone 1233. (Miss) !A. fMIss) Wilson, Grad. Nurse. Bessie Cook, Grad. Nurse The Royal Naval Canadian Reserve are of character and good physique, for service Over- se'as, in the above force, with the Imperial Royal Navy, for :thevperjod the "Candidates must be the Rons of natural born British subjects: between 18 am SB.ycars at least 3'inchcsin height, and 33 inches 'chest.' j No previous sea-experience ncccfisary. ,T) ji' O'dinaiy Seamen arid entry, SI.10 n day; lOc. extra dnily J .A T .to Stoker: Ratinjlg. .Separation aiiowanco, S20.CO per.month. A Free Kit ia provided. _'' Provincial Naval Uecrjiiting Committee. E.-' For further particulars apply to Avenue, Edmonton, or'Kaval Rocruiting Office, R iW. Downer, Honorary Qecretar bridge, Alberto. i 25 or to the Department of the Naval Service) Ottawa. ;