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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 24, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta SATUimAY, JANUARY 21, 1011 THE LETHBQIDCE DAILY HERALD PAGE ELEVEN Tonight We Will Give 500 Coupons-Read Offer AYc- have rcsorvcil 500 coupons to In; given away, two coupons with ovory iu- btcad of one. Xo mutter how many coupons yon may have, (.lie lucky ones may be amongst this lot. -Moke it a point To spend your money Tonight at Rylands' Rummage Sale Yon got better bargains here than else- where, and yon stand a chance of sharing in the big prize drawing-. Watch Monday night's paper for a list of Ihe winning numbers which will be drawn by a representative of the Herald. Save your coupons. On Monday wo will devote all the tables in the store for stock-taking odds and ends. These will be known as SURPRISE BARGAINS and will not -.'bca'rtvcL'tiscrt. The prices will make (hem 'move out quickly. Come down ou Mon- day. THE BUSY STORE MILADI I NO" Res.1115 Office 1224 MR. CAMERON OF C. P. R. SAY3 FREIGHT RECEIPTS ARE BEST IN THE'PROVINCE "Lothhrfdge Is showing up especial- lyjwell this winter in the matter ot freight saiu Superntendent Cameron of llie C. P. R.t who was In conference with commissioners yesterday in connection tho Thirteenth street subway. failiut' oft In freight receipts at-, this terminal has been very small, compared other tov-'ns and cEtles In Alberta. In fact, they compare favorably with lasTyear's figures." Coal shipments from bridge been very heavy all winter, and with the advent of zero weather, Ihe falling off of a courto of wcefcs ago, Is bring made up quIcWs'. Tho C. P. U. will start construction of the- as toon aa the weather ivIH permit This will give work to a large number of men, for besides tho subway, thcro will be ail tho heavy fill to be made at the Thir- teenth street crowing find east to- ward the Junction, WILL INDICT MOVER'S FRIENDS Houghton, Midi., Jan, inents against ncrsons said to havp teen In tho of Charles II. Moyer, president, and Charles auriUor, of the West- cru Kederflllon of Miners, from the Mriko district, ,wcro expected today, with tho finai renoit of the grand Jury, which has been investi- gating disordcr-s-in llio co'ppor regions. The ol and parly will prolialriv make a trip through western Canada to tlie Pacific Coast lu'xt summer. PEOPLE ASHAMED TO SIGN NAME SEND ANONYMOUS LETTERS TO MAYOR Someone has tAa fcnlfe out for the police department The knife takes the form of an anonymous loiter to the police commissioners, and makes very serious charges against un-nam- ed members of- the forco. Mayor Hardto, -who IB commissioner of public safety and chnlrtnan of the police comm-Esion, i9 not taking much ntock" in the charges, but he would ISko lo meet tho writer of the onony- ir.oiia letter. "Why will people persist In sending anonymous ]cltera to tho he p-s'rfed, this' morning. "Many of the writers complatn of hard clreumslanc- es; others ask for .relief. Wo cannot do anything for them unless we know where to find thorn." But tho letter making charges ag- ainst tho police, which was received only recently by one of tho police com- missioners, touched a sore spot, and an Immediate Investlgnton was made. H charged, that two members of the force, on a stated night this week, acted in an unbecoming manner with a woman In a named rooming houEo In tho city. Upor. Investigation H was learned that the lady had nin sway from her husband, Tho latter telephoned the pollco thai Eho had como lo Letli- bridgo on the-midnight train, nnd ask- ed tliat aho be located. Two members of the force were detailed lo the duty, located tho woman, and held her for tlio arrivnl of tho husband. This savo rise to the charges in the letter, which strongly Mnted lhat the wholo poUco force was In league with tho illicit traffic hinted nt. THE AIGRETTE Serena a tender heart, A bl'je and somb cyu; She ivo'jli! not stt-> ui-oa a worm, She could not kill a fly. She cannot bfar to ece a whip Applied to any She keeps her full of nuls Jler friends to She reads about the destroyed My thoui-audfl every year To deck swagger Jlil. And drops a pitying tear. Sho slitters every pup And riTCLKS every cal, And yd she ivr.irs :i sno-.vy white. Aigrette upoa her hat. Irilog, C. P. P. Corjybearo, D.C.L.. K.C, leaves tomorrow night on a trip to Winnipeg. Mis-s Isabel Jones has issued Invita- tions to a card afialr on Tuesday ev- ening. t Mr. anil Mrs. Howard have left on a ehort visit to friends at Bur- ton City, Arrow Lakes, B.C. fit Mrs. R. Donald and Miss Donald left on Friday to spend a couple of weeks in WJimlvts, Holland, and other Man- itoba points. 4 Mr. and Mrs. James Brymner of New Westminster are guests with Mr. and Mrs. H. T. Eiymner. Mr. C. C. Paznuelo arrived home this morning from a trio to Montreal, j Mr. J. B, Wllkle will relurn at Uie j end of the "iveeU. Mr. and Mrs. W. IX Fuiley observ- Ihe twenty-fifth anniversary of their marriage at apartments In the Hull blcck yesterday, asd were the recipients of numerous congratu- latory mesEage-j from friends, both in Lethbridgo end abroad. Dr. Fisher, wfio has fceen a gueet with bis brother, Mr. F. B. Fisher, left foi1 his home- in New BnniEfivlcfc, to- day. He was accompanied aa far as Medicine Hat by.Mr. Fisher, who will spend the week-end with Mrs, Fish- er, who is visiting- Mrs. Ptaglo. MUa Conyheare, "who is alao with Mrs. Plagle, -will return wlta Mr. Fener on Monday. 3 iMrs. Odette was hostess of bright tea hour affair on Friday aJ r.oon, in connection with the Ladles' Altar Eocety of St. Patrick's church. The extremely cold weather, no doubt, kept many away, the attendance be- ing only fairly large. Carnations fragrantly adorned the dining table. The assistants were Mra, Saunders, Mrs. Saunders, jr.; Mrs. Zeltle, Mrs. J. Leo JolmatoDj and Miss Saundera. While the attendance at the As- sembly tlance held [n the S. 0. E. hall last evening "was not at all large, those who were present cwtain'y spent a very dellRlitful evening. The hall a festive air with Its decorations of ralnia, ferns and shad- ed llglile, whjlc Oriental ruga on tlio stage and In the dressing rooms were pleasingly effective. Mrs. Q. R. Tinning and Mrs. R. T. were the palrone-sees. Gas'rfcirs four-piece orchestra ren- dered splenfiid muaic, and combined with tha fine floor made dancing o veritable pleasure. supper ai half-time left noth- ing lo ha desired, after which tha light fnnlaatlc was resumed until a late hour. Miss vn ivill La as enthusiastic as :ny hundreds of patients whote let ters you can also read.' Fill out free' coupon and. mail loilay. It's well worth your time whether you try ray' Appliance or not. Pennsylvania Man ThanUful Mr. C. B. Brooks, Marshall Mlcb. Dear Perhaps It will interest you to know that I have teen ruptured six ycaw and have always had trouble with it till I got your. Appliance. -It is very easy to wear, fits neat and snug and Is not In Uia way at any lime, day or nlsht. lu fact, at limes I did not know I had It on; it Just adapted it- self lo the shape of the body and teem- ed to le a part of tbe body at Is clung lo the spot no matter what- position 1 was In. It would bo a ve'ritabte God-send to tlio unfortunate who suffer from rup- ture If all could procure the Brooks Rupture Appliance and wear it. They would certainly.never regret It. My rupture is now all healed up and nothing over did It but your.Appliance Vlenovcr the opportunity presents It- self, I will Bfiy a good .word for you Appliance and also the honorable way In which you deal with ruptured peo- ple. It Is a pleasure lo recommend f good thing Emoug your -friends 'or fclrangers, I Rm, Yours very sincerely. JAMES A. niUTTON, SO Spring St. Uelhleliem, Pa. The above Is C, H. Brooks, inventor of the Appliance, who cured himself and Is now giving others the benefit of his experience, If ruptured, him today, at Marshall, Mich. Confederate Veteran Cured Commcrco Oa., H.F.D. N. 11. Mr. C. B. Drooks, Dear am glad to fell you tbnl I am new found nml wt-ll and can plough or do any heavy work. I can say Appliance has effected a per- manent cure. Before getting your Ap- pliance I was in n terrible condition and bad given up all hope of eVer'be- Ing any baltnr; If it.hadn't.been for your Appliance would never have bisea cured, i ftnj jU and served three years In Ecklo's Ar- tillery, Oglelhorpo Co. I hopo God will reward you for the good you are doing for suffering humanity. Yours sincoreiy, II. D. BAN'KS. Others Failed But the Appliance Cural Mr. C. E. Ilrooks, Marshall, .Mich.' Dear Your appliance did all you claim for the- llttln boy and more, for it curcil him found and well. Wo let him wear It for a year In all, although It cured blm 3 months after ho had begun to wear It We had Wed several other remedies and got relief, smd I phnll certainly recom- mend U to friends for V6 surely owe it to you. Yours respectfully, WM. PATTER30N No, 717 9, Vtiv. St, Alfco, O, 1 Cured at the Age of 76 Mr. C. B. Brooks, Marshall Jllch. Dear began using your ap- pliance for tho cure of rupture (I had a >relly bad case) I think In .May, 1505. Dn November 20. 1905 1 quit using It. Since that time I have- not needed or used It. 1 ani'well of rupture and rank myself among those cured by Iho Urooks Discovery, which, considering my ago, 76 years, I regard as remark. Very sincerely yours High Point, N. C. SAM A HOOVER Ten Reasons- Why YOU SHOULD SEND FOR BROOKS' RUPTURE APPLIANCE 1. It is absolutely the only Appli- ance of the kind on the market toJay, and In It are embodied the principles that inventors have sought after for years. 2. Tho Appliance for retaining the rupture cannot be thrown out of pos- ition. 3. Being an air cushion of soft rub- ber it clings clo3ely to the body, yet never blisters or causes irrltatrop. J. Unlike the ordinary Fo-callcd. pads, used in other trusses, U Is not cumbcrEorco or ungainly. 5. It Is small, so't and pliable, and positively cannot be delected through, tho C. The soft, pliable bands holding the Appliance do not give one Uie un- pleasant sensation of wearing a" liar- ness. 7. There Is nothing about It to get foul, and when It becomes soiled -it can be washed without Injuring-It Iif'. the 8. There arc no metal springs W tho appliance to torturs one hy ting and bruising the flesh. 3. All of tho material of whlcn Hid i Appliances are made Is of tho rsiy teal that money can bay, aaklag H'lt durable and sate Appliance to !0. reputation for honetiy and fair dealing is so thoroughly eBtab1 llshed by an experience of over tblHy years of dealing with the publlo'and' ray prices are so reasonable, my terms so fair, lhat Ihera certainly should be no hesitancy in sending free coupons today, Remember Child Cured in 1 Months 21 Janscn St., Dubuq.ue, Iowa. Mr. C. B. Brooks. Marshall, Mich, Dear baby's rupture Is al- together cured, Ihanks to your nr-pll- ancc and we arc FO.thankful to you. If we could only have huown of It sooner our little hoy would not nave- had to S'jffor near as much as he dEd. Ho wore your brace a little over four hia worn it now for six weeks. Yours .very truly, ECOENBERGEIt send my. Appliance on trial fq prove what I say Is true. You are to bo the Judge. Fill out free coupon be. low and mall today. Free Information Coupon MR. C, E. BROOKS, 2109 State St., Marshall Please send.rr.o by mall In plain wrapper your illustrated .book and- full. Information, pliance for of Name City............... R. f. D.......... ;