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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 17, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE SIX THE DAILY HERALD FRIDAY, DECEMBER 17, 1915 Most Eminent Medical Authorities Endorse It. AffiVlUGE LOOS UNDER THE GERMAN Bt. Ebcrlt and Dr. Biaithwaito 13 fftt us Or. Simon ojl distinguished muthors tgree that whatever may be r- the disease, the urine seldom fails in tarnishing us with clue to the prinoi- plM upon which it is to be treated, tod accurate knowledge concerning the nature of disease can thus be obtained. If backache, scalding or frequent Urination bother or distress you, or it uric acid ia the biood has caused rheu- matism, gout or sciatica or yoii suspect kidney or bladder trouble just writs Dr. Fierce at the Snrgicil Institute, Buffalo, HE8L Cure of Loos, Abbo Jiampagnc, who was released with 1'IM oilier French men and women when the village was taken by ns- sault by the Scoltish regiments In the offensive of September 25. has given u very Interesting account of his ex- periences in the "Petit I'arlsion." Oil the morning of the attack, the Abbe and others were hiding in cuFuef of a cellar, and when the can-' nonaile ceased, looking out through T Kriil, he saw German so'diers hur- riedly retreating. They were follow- ed bv live British soldiers, n strange for the fugitives, who had been suffering German rule for nearly a year, did not know there were any iirttisli in the neighborhood. The wo men, who had never seen a Highland- er, and. noticing llie kilts, asked if these were "women soldiers." By rapid northern movement the retreat of the Germans nvas cut off, and a number of officers and men were taken prisoners; but it was only on the third day that the village was systematically searched. The "Tom- mies" were guided by a girl twelve years old who knew the place well. :uid they found a few Germans still; __________.. hiding in the cellars. The French in- large trial package for lOc. of any one habitants were sent to Bethune on of these remedies by writing Dr. Piercs. night of September 30. They still i had a pony, two mu'ies, and three _ cows, on whose niilk their children Doctor Pierce's are tmeqnaled ta a LiTer Pill. One tiny, Sugar-coated Pellet aJJvse. Core Sick Headache, Bend a sample of urine and de- eeribe symptoms. Yon will receive free medical' advice after Br.Pierce's chemist has1 examined the urine this will be carefully done without charge, and you be under no obligation. Dr. Pierce during many years of experimentation has discovered a new remedy which he finds is thirty-seven times more power- ful than lithia in removing uric acid from the system. If you are suffering from backache or the pains of rheuma- tism, go to your best druggist and asfc for a 50-cent box of "Anuria" put up by Dr. Pierce. Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription for weak women and Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery for the blood have been favorably known for the past forty j'ears and more. They are standard remedies as well ai Doctor Pierce's Pleasant Pellets for liver and bowels. You can get depended. Two of the cows, frightened by tlie preliminarv bombardment, bolted to- Bilious trenches, but were CMght arterwardSt ls B pathetically added the good Cure, "which will not interest you, but to us, who havd lost our all, the two naigosij all derangements of the Liver, Stomach mad PLOUGH UP UNEXPLODED SHELLS 'When the erstwhile -battlefields of Europe are reclaimed for the peace- ful purposes ot agriculture, there is an ever-present risk of death or ser- cows mean much." The German occupation of Loos had lasted from October 9, 1914. "The first measure that marked it was the assassination, of seven civilians, two j of them old men of SO, one of 70. one of 40, and three between 32 and 35 j years of age. The Germans tied k. ioua injury to both the farmers and Qf ouf mjnera tQ ft tree> he re_ j their horses as the result of plow- mained throughout the night, and the next morning they "made him di; shares coming; in contact with b.uried shells that when fired. have failed, to explode graves for those who had been shot. Wa were then nearly 300 in number, mostly women and children. There, A powerful wireless station will be were gix or.Eeven able-bodied men! .lilt in Argentina near Buenos Aires onjyf and the Germans employed them; for communication _ with a similar ia takja5 au the pieces of copper j goods from the mine works and packing them to go to Germany. Enemy's War Levy ray protests they forced station near York. AS WE GROW OLDER are quite as active as in former yeais but our strength does not me to act as mayor and to take the responsibility for unfriendly acts. They then informed me that the vfi- lage had been subjected to a war con- respond when we need it most; perhaps tribution of 7800- francs (abb.ut the kidneys are weak, the liver torpid, great difficulty this' amount rheumatic rains or stiffened joints iwas found, and paid on August 14th j si. Tne tnen commanding officer, i Major Backraus, showed me what pur- i ported to a proper receipt, but did not leave it, and only gave me one in I his own name. "I am afraid the money j hnent to Da; for the banquets the major to officers usited' I him, -when a great deal drinking went on j "You may imagine-OCT? was our life during tiiose long mqnhs. Food became more and more scarce. At pUBLIf 1 MARKET V .OPEN, EVERY We have for tomorrow (Sat- urday) a tpecial line and choice Freshly Killed comprising BEEP, PORK MUTTON AND VEAL. beset us, and we cannot easily throw off the colds that winter brings. What we is the rich cod liver oil in Scott's Emulsion to renew the blood and carry strength organ of the boby.whileitsglycennesoothestheres- piratory tract, and its hypophosphites strenghthen the excitable nerves. Scott's Emulsion is a scientific oil- food, of unusual "benefit to tnose past_______________ fifty during the the beginning of May were-on the coiaerseasons, rtimparts warmth and POjnt of dying from jjjwr creates strength. secretly collected I Us worth. No harmful drugs. a llttie sram ftom the granaries, and Sxu Bomte. Toronto, OKU is-36 j flfi8 we ground in cjr coffee mills j last the American Food Commit i Bioa came to our aid1, 1 "On Saturday, ilay an .un-' precederited bpmbardment. Usually j (Loos received 'daily about 100 shells. "I had some parishioners in m? house for mass, for uie cnurt-h had been demolished long before The day seemed interminable Manv houses took fire, and--the Germans had many killed and wounded. I "On the night of May 9-10 a French shell completely destoyed the German headquarters in the village. A num- ber of the French 'inhabitants were Killed and wounded. The survivors nad to bake th.eir bread in their cel- lars." Letters 'found on the bodies of FrericH soldiers killed in the fighting gave" them an inkling- of what was going on in the outer This simple story is but a s.ngie 'illustration of the martvrdom whica hundreds of Belgian and French'vil lages have suffered. Smith McKay PHONE 1060 Delivered Promptly 429 SOUTH JUDGE DEAD Port Hope, Ont., Dec. Thomas M Benson, retired ee no- judge of and Duibam counties, diefi "this inorning of Pneu- monia after a-brief illness YOUR XMAS STORE FULLY PREPARED to handle the increasing business with a Bigger Assortment of Christmas Novelties and a larger staff of sales people to make your labors easier. Seven Shopping Days Before Christmas Gift Suggestions that May Help you Make a Choice Girl's Fur Muff and Neckpiece Girl's Angora >3LulT and Stole Girl's Plush Set, muff and stole. Women's Wiiitc'Kul Gloves, best, Fnncv Neck Fancy- Muslin and Silk Collars 25c. to Fine Leather Hand Bag.. up to Fancy Eoudior Gaps 35c, Little Boys' Jersey Suit and Little Girls' Jersey Kilted Dress GENT' SILK TIES We are showing a very large and com- plete line of choice Christmas Ties, ranging in price from 25c up to 75c each. The best values we've ever shown Boys' Fine Jersey Sweaters. to Women's Warm Skatina: to Women's Skating Caps each Infants' Silk Crib Quilts each Children's Bunny Blankets.. 75c to Children's Warm Mitts and 50 cents Gent's Collar Boxes of leather, SILK KNIT NOVELTIES That make Most Acceptable Gifts Women's Silk Sweater Coats, with, Caps to match Women's Silk Knit Caps, each Women's Silk Knit Cap and Neck Comfort, the set Women's Silk Hug-tight Collars Gent's Broad Silk Knit Neck Scnrvcs, and Ladies' Broad Knit Silk Scarves, Ladies' Knit Ties, Buy Silk Holeproof Hosiery for Christmas They make useful and dainty Gjfts. Colors, black, tan, gray and white, per pair ...___.. Or three pair Ladies' Silk Holcproof, in a box, guaranteed to wear-, .three months without ones if they don't, per box, GENT'S SILK pairs in a box for Women's Mercerized Lisle Holeproof, per pair V50c or 6 pairs in a box. guarantee? for 6 mouths for WOOL AND SILK DRESS GOODS ARE IN GREAT DEMAND We e the stock in the old dyes and at the old piiccs. Do yon real- ize what this means? Very complete lines of the best Herges. .Poplins and Tweed Mixtures, also very fine weaves in good colorings. All at the Old Price Don't Fail to See Our Stock of Xrnas Novelties Before Buying Down Comforts and Wool BlanUsts Down Pure Wool.Blankets, large size Pure Scotch Wool Pure Scotch-WooKBlankets 1-1-4 Soft Flannellette Blankets, Buy the Boy a Suit or Overcoat He Wants to Dress up for Christmas Boys' 2-Piece Boys' 2-Piece Also at and......... Boys' Yl arm Overcoats Sizes 9 to 16 years, each Other lines at A Big Stock of Boys' Bloomer Panto now Ready. THE SIMPSON CO., LIMITED Fourth Avenue, Dominion Block Women's Furs for Christmas AT GREATLY REDUCED PRICES All our high grade, furs of Mink. Persian .Lamb, anil Fos are on gale at discounts of from 15 r.o 25 .per cent. A good lime right now to get good furs at factory prices. Come in; and .look, them over. WE CAN SAVE YOU FROM to ON THE BEST PRICES Balance of Our Winter Coats for Women and Girls All on Sale at a Christmas Bargain Christmas Linens Hemstitched Table Cloths and JTap- per set Plain Hemmed Table Cloths and Kap- lans to match Table Cloths at and COATS IN -FANCY-MIXTURES New offering ;at' COATS, TWEEDS, CURLS AND PLAIN CLOTHS, offering at. COATS, TWEEDS, CHINCHILLAS CURL CLOTHS, offering at GIRLS' TWEED COATS NOW OFFERING AT GIRLS' TWEED AND PLAIN CLOTH COATS NOW OFFERING AT GIRLS' CLOTH COATS, Assorted Colors, now offering at 6 ONLY, LADIES' TWEED SUITS Sizes 34, and 36 only, clearing out 'at each THE HUGE 15 INCH GUNS OF THE QUEEN ELIZABETH SHOWING HOW THEY CAN-BE EAISED, LOWERED, AND POINTED IN VAR- IOUS DIRECTIONS Independent Meat Market We have a choice supply of Beef. Mutton, Pork, Turkeys, Chickens and Fowl for the week end. We will also have a full line oi' the best ..quality POULTRY AND MEATS FOE CHRISTMAS The Ind pendent Meat Market OPPOSITE ORPHEUM THEATRE. Phone 635. 405 5th St. S. Still Threshing in Raymond District new plant just closed its initial run vir> sucosssfully. When about the future ot the local sugar mill he gave iio satisfactory His pre- ont trip to AHe ta haa no bearing on the local factory, private bust ness affairs being Ins chief object. FAIR WAGE CLAUSE LIKELY Ottawa, Dec 15 appeal of the m Canadian shell making factories for more TV ages ia to be iaid be.ore the British minister of munitions Tho delegation of sSell workers which went to New York to interview Mr Lionel HMiens and Mr H. H: Brand, the British, experts Raymond, Dec. spite of the snow, threshing is. still in progress in the Raymond district and if the south is with another week of fav- orable weather orerations will practically'finished lor the season and with''about all. tlie grain threshed. Kay Knight has, seien threshing out hiiij on h s anous fields and told the Herald rorte'spomlent another dajs would en route home, returned today finish tie crop The return, oi Mr .and announced this satisfactory aut Knight's anil the, sugar company's fanning operations jfor the year will soon he available anil no doubt they will show sonic wry gratifying figr urcs. James E; Ellison, manager ever, of tlin Knight Sugar company, is in Kavmoml this week come of their conference. Mr. Hichens, who sailed on Tues- day, appeared favorably disposed to the insertion ot a fair wage clause In shell contracts He advised, how ever, the constitution of a wagei board as in Great. Britain, composed or men experienced In the retail of trip M. Lllison is manager of'munitions work, and would Us stand the' foytpn Sugar company, whose ard wage- scales. Anything made from is best made fro ;