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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 9, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta HACK SIX THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 9, 1914 To The Electors of the City of Lethbridge Kegtua, Boo. the main plank of the '.temperance paviy ot Saskatchewan, now in convention here should changed from ;'Abol- ish the Bar" io total piohibitkin, the aist of resolution .H'oiuhl hcfore the members this n.oraing t-y Clark of Saskatoon. Tliouph. the resuitftioii '.vis received with tromemluuB applause, srveial speakers raised on the grounds that total piohibitioii ccuhl hot pcssitily le brought about by pro- vincial law, that the adoption of this plank would lose. For the movement many inciitls that loyally supported the "tanisli the bar" slogan; that thousands of dollars subscribed to ihe banish the bar fund and not uit collected would he losl. Another resolution ivas immediate- ly placed Wore UK- convonHoii that the .policy ot Iho Temperance patty' In1 not changed at this time, with the exception 'that efforts in1 rr. reduce the number of hours that the bars be left open. The resolutions will lie voted on this afternoon. The mover of the second resolution, -Dr. .Mauley, of Saskatoon, it. cleat if the ihujority favored total prohibition that he would only be too pleased to swing inio Hue. Dr. Lloyd announced this morning that he would not accept the nomin-; atiBi for president for ensuing i year ii it were ofierM him when the J bfficfrs are elected this afternoon. ASSIGNMENT OR AUCTION For the past have trying: to dis- liosf- my stuek by private sale, and as an indnce- Ladies' and Gentlemen: On Monday next your vote is re- spectfully solicited for the office of Gs'hnnl Tniefoo i 1 TUiiUX yours truly, Arthur Hayr I AM 7.V FAVOR -OF TEE' FOLLOWING: (1) Combining the office of Superintendent with that oi 0 Principal. (2) Combining the office of Secretary-Treasurer with that of Building Inspector. (3) Dispensing with the office of Building.Inspector. (4) On the matter ol reductions of salaries: it will he my first duty if elected: To investigate with other members of the Board to see if such reductions are warranted. (5) It will he my endeavor ntjall times to practice econ- omy in .all branches of the system. XL? officers, non-commissioned of- ficers and men of "K" division of tiia bave: made a haudsume donation of J100' to the Red Cross fund. W. K. Seatle, treasurer, IHI it'.tinuuion to this effect this morn- ing from Supl. J. 0. Wilson. meat. I have marked the goods considerably below to me, tlic 'object.'being; to enough money to satisfy my creditors. I HAVE FAILED While I have sold a lot of goods, I have not been able to take iivenough money or to sell the goods i'ast enough. My creditors force me to sacrifice further. I have -READ ON yfjru> Expert Jewelry Salesman Vancouver Bank Shaky Hearing Restored to Deaf To the Ratepayers of the City of Lethbridge As a Candidate for the Public School Board I respectfully solicit your vote at the election to he held on Monday, the 14th instant. R. R. Davidson to Conservatives TAKE NOTICE THAT A MEETING of Conservative; oi ilic City of Lethbridge will in St. Angustin's Hall on Saturday, December 12 at 3 o clock p m for ihc oi clioodug delegates for tlic Convention for -electirj: a Lon ervativr Caudulate'd'or tiie next Dominion election, which Coiu.ntion mil be held All persons mtere "c'l in the Party are re-v quested to be present at this meeting A. J. BLACK-BURNS, Secretary of liez Association. Borlin. Dec. Deuche Tages ZtMtimg' issues a warning aggerated estimates Ji German naval successes. If one to consider the prospect of a geaeiMl combat be- ________ tv.-cL-.-! the two navies, it would, it -.says be seen "that tlie British navy is Vancouver, B.C.. Dec. hni intlo weaker-lhaa the begin- of Vancouver today droypou out oi' the niiig of ihe war. The oiiiy real loss clearing house'association of banks, infiicted 'was in. the Pacific and this 'Thev still continued to do business. loss would-be repaired without great and there was no noticeable difficulty. Thfi exploits ot" the Em- run on the branches. Whether .they" den nti'l other Gerniar. cruisers had can continue iu business or .not, ap- caused financial loss to certain people pears to rest largely with what atti- in England, but does not directly or tude the other banks take regarding immediately influence the course of them. The failure of the Dominion the war. Germany greatly valued the Trust has indirectly been a hard blow successes of German submarines, for the Bank of Vancouver, for an ex- which showed the excellence of Ger- tensive withdrawal of patrcnuse lias man material, the ability of German sailors, and the power of the young navy to obtain moral success-: es over the greatest sea power. The main naval strength of England re- mained, however, unweakened and un- sullied, and they could still deliver Without Mechanical or Artificial Hear- battle 'whenever they liked, ing Devices. Deaf Mutes Hear J With Their Own Ears. A Won- derful English Discovery. j Thousands of people suffer catarrhal deafness or poor 'hearing, who bavins tried specialists., adver-. tised treatments, artificial car drums, j ear phones, electric vibrators and' various mechanical appliances with- out success have at last resigned themselves, to a of silence" thinking that nothing can ever Ottawa, .Ont., Der. to them their normal hearing Yet Sam Hug-hes gave a flat denial this their case is not A remarks morning to the Bernatorff charge re- able scientific treatment discovered a.i sardfng the alleged use by the British Little more than a vear ago in England government of guns and cartridges is making ceople'hear after years ot forbidden by the jules of civilized deafness an." is also unequalled for Carfare. "So concerns the stopping the and the r noises'that aregso often the ions of defective hearing. The not a word of charges.' cbverv is called Pannint and has at-1 tracted widespread notice throughout' r-j Europe where reports of the'remark- 1 Q ible results it has deaf peo- pie have come in by the hundred. The effect of Pannint it seems is by tonic action to produce a sttmuious necessary to reduce "all" inflammation, swelling, enlargement or thickening- of the organs of hearing and.to stim-, ulate the entire auditory tract.' The. daily routine ,pi the new post Parmlnt is now being sold -by many, office closed with funcbion leading druggists in Leth-bridge and on Monday evening, when Postrnas- viciniiy and a. speedy trial is urged. tcr.Alvin Ripfey vrks waited oir'by upon all who suffer from .catarrhal" a. deputation of his.late staff of the deafness or headnoises in anjft degree- Bentley Co. and .presented with a Ask the druggist for 1 oz. of Parmint handsome (Double Strength) and take; it home The memorial of happy relations, and mix with 14. pint of hot water and. between Mr. Ripley" and his employ- 4 oz: of granulated "sugar until dis-. contributed every mcm- solved; Take one, tablespoonfuj four bcr of the staff, and on their behalf its a day and you should scon presentation was made by" Mr. remarkable improvement in'your G. B. Rhodes. As spokesman of tlir party Mr. Rhodes expressed the sen- timents of his fellow- employees to- ways .specify that .jou want Double wards their late manager, reierrmt, [Strength; your druggist has it or he to the regard in which thev held him. jean get it for you; ;it; send 75c Riplsy, who wasi taken by sur- jto the International-Laboratories, 74 i prise, cxprrsseil hisM-hanks for the St. Ajitoine St.--Montreal, .who make unexpected gift and. the kind feel- a specialty of it... Hues which had prompted "the giving. well known in Australia and the North American continent for his straightforwardness and sacrifice of goods regardless- of prices. 1 AUCTIONEER AND APPRAISER will take charge Thursday morning', 10th lust., and the first sale will take place commencing at 2.30, the same day. serve At each ami every sale'wc will give away three prizes absolutely free; and on the filial night's sale. we will give away, also ten, prizes, the first to consist of a diamond r Sales to continue at 2.30 p.m. each and every clay, the to aniiounced later. Chairs to be provided for the ladies. Former Manager Bentley Company R. A; WRIGHT City's Leading Jeweler Established 1898 Accidental Death Jury's Verdict in Feinie Accidents I hearing. ordering Parmict al- Ferine, Dec, er H. held two sessions oi one on the holy of- Giovachyio Ross, killed early Sunday morning last, near Morrissey, on the Great Northern tracks by a special running frc'.Ti Fernie to Baynes, the locomotive running backwards during a snow storm. The jury brought in a verdict of accidental In the case of the two men, Pete Catenaro and Thomas Crelly, killed at Coal Creek last Friday, the jury returned a verdict of, accidental death. 'Thomas1 Crelly was the stepson of Mr. Thomas flyers, ant! his name was. i at first 'reported ay being Myers, he having been generally known by that name. j 'The funerals of Crelly and ot Rossi took place today. Clerk Matt iMay handed Mrs. "J. Ii. Wallace, traasurcr oi the Benevolent Knr.iety, a cht'o'c tor 558.50, a donation from the city cm- ployecs to that fund. COLOMBIA DISMANTLES High-powereti Station at" Reduced -Owing' to Protest r; London, Dec. Colombian' government ..has. ordered. the hijsh-; r.pwered wireless station at Cartm- dismantled. TJiis action follows protests recently-made by Ur'eat Hri-, tain and France of alleged breacbes [of neutrality by Colombia. IX THE PATH OF THE GEKMAX ARMIES TO BUfLO SUBMARINES 1 B Monireal, Que, Dec of the fictlilehem Works, paid a secret uslt ttf Montreal in t-ompanj with 'he manager ct the Fall Hirer Shipbuilding Co, few days aio Tlies held a conference .Win. high, officials DI Uc CanaaianJ Vickfr Limited and made an offer i for an option on tno propertv o' thp latter wftl cither bin out tV enUift (onfrn or fiii> snpar UL parti' thefUcligre company will sell Jtf tint IR trobabfiitj thrft the Tali linn (oi Just plain good take this precaution Glass of Abbey's Effervescent Salts upon V" soon nllj begi and JE torpedo bu t Ci bnnlnifut. iHid .MaMnei is bill n'ei'.rly r-vcry litiuse Itiia been ne.siroyod inalanru of the ofl rtipi'iity'd deislniclion <-i 'Ml its any nUitM' by (lernian bom- Tncn you are that Stomach, Bowels and Liver will be normal for the At Ail Druggists and Stores the Dominion Take ABBEY'S VITA TABLETS The Best Nerve Food'and Tonic ever offered to Sufferers froai Nervoui TrocWe. 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