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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - December 19, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta E5CHT THE LE'fHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD 1'RIDAY, DECEMBE1J 19, 1913 V li1 i.' YOUR f. OPPORTUNITY NOW iERE! Eveiyone Needs some 6f the Things Sold in an up-to-date Hardware Store. If you want to save money in supplying these needs not only consider your present requirements ahead. Take time by the forelock and act now when you can (my. HARDWARE AT LESS THAN COST AT OUR GIGANTIC CLOSING-OUT S ALE WE ARE QUITTING, and must clear the Stock to make room for a new'tenant To do this and make it worth your while tobuyforyourfuhireneeaswehaveruthisssiyctit prices. We simply must move VISIT OUR STORE TO-MORROW AND SEE WHAT'S DOING! -7' Corner Fifth Street arid .Fourth Avenue South SMART- TO -TAKE iTRJP' Cglgary. pec- ,3 be feels somowhat Improved "sip.c'e. his reCent Ia the" United States, Fire 'Chief Smart has not ret completely .recovered from tlie effects ot the accident In "which" he was '.scriobrfy'- and "will leave shortly -for. a holiday, at. Honolulu, Inhere 3ie hopes to completely: regain W. M. Gartabore was president of the Loaiion In- Iduatrial Bureau, Adam Becfe I as an honorary director. iThe Way to Prevent T Cold Weather Diseases S he Crop was Handled Passed elevator-quf-stion f session ol this house, it n'e.spc-l cial pleasure to be -in a p'osltion tp tlje-'l'act season Jo move.- tie, grain- crojv ar.d especially services f in this regard ot the the. J] I figures given by .Mr. ,1'fiin were "amaz- ing. On an occasion ,'df. this kkd when the companies had pu_t' forth every el- ..j. fort to handle the crop expeditio'.islY; .p when delir- lez- internal If there had been- any it all 'in'. Connection wi'tii of tie_eri'A this-year it They Will Catch You Tomorrow to Help a Very Worthy Cjuse R. J.1 i'hin, roembei ol .the called ol Ibis enormous amount ol, There would ha lots less sickness j assembly for Pipestone, .in- moving grain on the fall market does not {Buring cold weather if folks woiiMithis evening a'resolution expressing pear to liave had the deleterious only tafce ordinary common-sense pre-3 5pptoral ot tfce efioits put forth by feet on tte price we have'been told j Tuitions against It. When you hear jthe companies tc solve'the lull trans- it would, as.tbe price lias gradually small pox around, you don't _._ _ _j .1 MAVOR TO RECEIV'E.FAT SALARY Stome of which nearly every member of your family Is almost certain to i suffer froni before winter U over un- I Jess EC me medicine Is taken to i no -the body- and -put It In p weather leu In. ;s. -S the house some.Idea change Jr. 1'hin's statement showed that the cfiort pat forth by the railway discussion in the city, hail committee Jin a sioele day the C-P.R. had.load- find the C.P.R. loaJed jle bush- i a bushels' and u? ia a'ainjl lh. -Thefr tesi one Week '1 aderncon. Vaccination iirevenls' tt'o lirowth j-previoijs record showed thai during in the six months !el germs ot small poi in the blood, jibe siir.c period bushels hnsheis. their largest previous iand pijts.tho Bystem Into i proper bad been loaded.1 The three great rail- amount on the sixth Ilccc'rabn was' gain healthy condition to resist small-pox, of Canaila forwarded for. bushels, showing 'a T.ciall Olive Oil Emulsion l> tpection in September, October and for that pniod ol over 50 per tent.: liypophosphitcs, Of these tfce C.P.R. tailed, this lliey handled in'the- same recommended' by "physicians to tone jfiO.'pcr cent, the C.N.H.'23 per cent time cars, stunting .a 'tain. nerves and comblna- and the O.T.l'.-lZ per cent. 'in the three months of ovcr; per! 1lon with'purest Oilvo Oil, to nour j moving the "resolution Mr. Ol the UO.Ssr. cars.- ttie C.l'.'j leli and strengthen Ibem. Isaid ln part: will have.11- tisnuM GO per (ml. the t'.ff.K.i- Vou who are weak and run-down (the support-oi every-mrmber in- thiajSB per cent, and Cl.T.i'.' hanaied'j and 5ou who are apparently wel ,he ot Khich per cent. C.P.H.! has. been given, appredotire uimstun five times as mud; as. the CJ. lit is.o! the ffioft'put forth'lrr. and over twkc as mVch as the "but are liable "to Buffer Carious cold -weather Oil Emulsion' to get pjit.fotlh Iff. the railway companies' in the 'handling of j _ tiredout, rundown, nervoua, emaclat. "For many .years past; we as indi; con-j producer. '.talriing no-alcpho) or.danEero'JS drugs "Oifen'-tha privjiegD which th.e'rTaif: (acts, we will be i ..ji n. ii, tuiIlKanjKM Jon that _ western Canada during SpnnklcaliUle cloth !icn go 6vcf every inch ollho ifl AJ fcja Tomorrow will be Day for the ree' tuberculosis sanitarium for Al' berta. Tlie location of this institu- tion has not yet been deSmtrly" de- cided on, but alt the cities' oi At- .erta bave set apart Saturday, Oe; cember 2Gth, to assist in the under- taking. Mayor llaite has asked the Wo- man's Civic clrJ) to arrange the de- tails tot Lethbrldge, and will have young girls, chaperoned by mar- ried ladies, on the central business corners oi the city tomorrow from ten o'clock in the morning to eight in the evening. It is not a matter for 'the Civic club aloiie, and all, who are interested and tiavr. tlie time to spare, il only an hour, are asked to volunteer their services. The head- quarters will be at Miss Tilney'a mil- linery store, anit those- wishing to :iclp, who report there in the morn Ir.g or through the he sent to relieve who have been 03 duly for'a lime. M voluntens will telephone th< message of IMir'wlllfnjr.ess to assls1 fo Mrs. llobinson U IMi) ot Mrs. Me Klllop or Mrs. Tilley (H-i9 this cour'texy will he aji predated. "As air the ciiies ol Alberta ate ou to make a .showing lor this Vorthy object, it Is hoped thai bridge citizens will jo their share, sc that I.cfhbridse may show up veil a compared wilh olber placrs. In Calgary ami olhcr elites lh School ami Hoy at and ttit UlhbriHge Schoo Cadsls and Uor Kcouts t report-at Miss Tllney's at rjlne-lbirtj tomorrow morning. Mrs. R. (I. Kdgecombe died t.irddcn ly n-hlte ilaylnp cards at the borne o a friend in Ixjr.don. She was 69 year: old. NOSTRILS, COLDS AND CATARRH VANISH h One Stuffy Nose and Head Cleanert, Sneezinug and Noie RiJnninj Dull Headache Goo Try ".Ely's Cream linlm." (Set small-' bottle just to fy B-little in the nostrils .rid- Iris'tantly your clogged noEO and topped" up'.alr passages ot the head will you wlirbreathe freely; lullness and.hsadache disappear. By morniEJI. the catarrh, cold-ln-h'ead or eatarrhal sore throat vlll be gone. End" ffllsery now! Gel the im'tll.ioUIe'of "Ely's-Cream at any drug Btore. Thla sweet fragrant balm the heat of tbe COB- trlls; penetrates and heals the taHam- ed, swollen membrane which lines the nose, bead and throat; clears the nir passages: Etopa nasty dischargee and fi feeling of cleansing, sooibln? relief comes Immediately. 'Don't lay awake tonight struggling for breath, with head stuffed; nostrila closed, hawking and blowing. Catarrh or a cohl with Its running noee! foul mucous dropping Jnlp the throat, and raw drynesi Is distressing, but truly needless. Put your "Kly's Creatn and yovir cold or cat- arrh will surely disappear. J. lllglnbotliam ft Co., druggists. L'LA WILL Wl'PE OUT A QUEBEC VILLAGE little village ol Ralnt.Cbarlea on the Raguenay riv- er. Is hound to disappear if Col. R. A. Jcott" succeeds In his scheme of damming lha big river at the head of he.famous rapids, named Grand Jlfs- charge. CpK Scott lias been to Chi- couilnil lat'ofy, antl has :nado all ne- ary ifrangemehts n-ltii Bishop cque -for the expropriation of Ihc and Catholic school of St; Charles-, 'n-blch are sllua- eil on a piece of. land to be covered by (lie Sacuenay n-alers nfler the con. strocllon of the Grand Discharge dam. Colonel Scott, who has already done much for Ihe Industrial and farming development of tbo region, liaa in organizing a syndicate of English, French and Canadian tallsta to start one of Iho.rnpEt. pro- grosslve paper industTles o' the pio- vlnce. Over M.OuD.OOO1 waa spent In' damming the river and tbe erection 0( A big pulp and paper planU BILL MAJORITY OF 109 TO 1 Albany. S. Y.. Dec. passed bill providing popular ckctioa of United Slates Senators, 103 to 1 The Trademark is Your a Safeguard Ask for ISlnc Ribbon and make, sure yon tje( It. It slamls for (he highest grade of tea.1 Santa Claus will he at the Kcd Cross Saturday alternoon from 4 and SaluiMav evening from 7.30 send thli Advertisement with K to Blue Ribbon, Limited the Blus Ribban Cook beet cook boak for UM In Wtittrn Canada. Writs ntmt and addreit plainly. ;