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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - November 2, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LET It BRIDGE BArLf tfBBALD PAGE FIVE/' � -y|>wPMCI BUSY tVinnlpegV'tfajn.', Nov. 1.-Winnipeg Hccijwere'Busy "tonight. On advice |m The Paa they took into custody jnald Duncani aged 38 yean, who is' Jnted on a charge of theft' of $300. � Mounted Police are sending a In after him. People's Forum WORK AGAIN RESUMED ^�^������llllllllllllgij How To Make the Quick?$tjSimpleMtCottoh AT 'COALHURST MINE j Ed itor � WthWidgo Herald : | Dear Sir,-Forsthe past few months l, considerable ; dissatisfaction existed' amongst' |fhe -ipaders. -^at Coa.lhurst-Kipp' mine, owing to! the system of mining being- changed. The mine is "be'ing worked" on" the "room',' principle and 'the coal out "with'punching' machines. Recently, however, the width of the rooms was increased and this called for- a^re-adjustnient* of ---------,_____,_,,.__prices tor loading eoalp and also lor JBuln,J-*n0J�' honiea than any other.! building cogs.' Aftej several futile at-Tcx�m$\* ^,,PT;?pt5?"f- �aae'tempts to settle' the matter locally, te�a^^^gr� ^e^istrict president, W. L� Phillips jnarkable. .You can actually feel ft 'took the matter up with the opera-W;�Wl' 'A-day's nse will usually over-' tors' commissioner; and last week an relieves even' agreement-was reached-by these gentlemen. As the district president did not notify .the miuers of the decision arrived at, and from what.they could learn the price for loading 'was* so bad that they could not'make wages, while there was no' . price fixed for building cogs, the miners asked the M>ea SMrtttr .tk*a tkm Iwlr-Male Kla* aa* Yon Save S*. This bow*raaae)couffh ryrup is now [ in more- homes. than any other, remedy......Zt� promptness, ease . holjl'. 'A day___... ne the ordinary cough-______________ oopinjreough quickly. Splendid, too, bronchitiSt 'apasmodio croup, bron-al asthma and winter � coughs. Jet from any -druggist 2% ounces of >ex (SD cents worth), pour .-it into * ounce bottle and fill the bottle with in granulated sugar syrup. This gives pn'y W cents, 16 ounces ,,,,,,. w.,, uuu .....^.o 10Sr6k^^JL^M .nana6eWS.> allow torn to finish PBie; , Full, directions with Pineit ����.. seemir ites, good and never spoils, fou will be .pleasantly surprised to e, how .quickly it loosens dry. hoarse twht coughs, std heals the inflamed' OLD-TIME CLUB NEW � taiaWinun-naintul cough. It also Ips tbe> formation of phlegm in the roat �nd bronchial tubes, thus ending persistentloose cmigli. IPanet i|^n��t valuable concentrated mpoUnd \ot gennine Norway pine ex-jaefc tleh in gualiiol, which is so hcal-ife to. the -membranes. JTo ayoid^djsappelntment, be sure and .k your druggist for "2 H ounces Piniac," .d don't aeeept .anything else.- " � 'A guarantee tef absolute satisfaction, tearaTon*1^^^.^ nto, QmV , . , the month/on-day's- wages,-; seeing there was but one: more'-working-day. This was refused, hence the men would not enter -the; njine until.' they saw a copy of the. new agreement. On Sunday;,- libwevwy, "About 2 o'clock this -.morning a-dare devil corporal of ours with four* companions crept over to the, German listening post, armed with three vriT modern weapons. A listening post is,merely a sap head run out from the main fire trench. It is a post in which one listens tor'sounds of movements, patrols, etc.' In this case the Germans (Bavarian land-whr) were listening. Our chaps; just, reached over the parapet and clumped them on the nut. and three very aa-tonished,.KritKea returned to; con--sciousness in our No. 42 trench. Some weapon is that club." GERMAN EDITOR DEAO ' Cologne,1 Nov. 1.-Or. Joseph Du Mont,- proprietor of the Cologue Gazette, died today as the result of an accident He was 59 years old. l>ondon, Nov.. 1.-iNine persons who were convicted on October 26 of espionage in Belgium, -were executed Friday, according to the Amsterdam correspondent ot Router's, who says this information was received In an olficial telegram from Berlin. Ten other people, Including three women, were sentenced to"penal servitude, it is said. The correspondent's dispatch follows: "An official telegram from Beriin states that in tho last few days two additional important espionage cases have been detected in Belgium snd northern France.' In Belgium 21 persons have been arrested. Plan to Dynamite "It is. alleged that after having coo-fined'their energlea for some montiha to obtaining news by espionage and Bending It to Franofc- by way of Holland, they 'became btflder in Septem bnr, planning to dynamite railways, besides assisting persons of military age Ao escape from Belgium to France. Among those arrested are four women, the .principal charge against them being that, they are endangering the safety of the German army Managed by, * Woman /'The espionage' system reported to have been discovered in France is al leged to: have been managed by the wife of a French offloer. It is charged Wiat she received'her instructions direct from the French military auth orities..,. Two other., women are also under .arrest, snd. according to Berlin, the extent to which the system ot espionage is organised 1r indicated by the' fact that' the -arrested persons figure prominently: in the French secret service'list ' "The guflt of the accused, It is said, already: ha# been establiahed. Nine persona, the message adds, were tried far' espionage in Belgium on October 2C. All were found guilty'and sentenced to death. The sentence was executed Ten others, including three women,-were sentenced to penal servitude.^ SAVED � **I atn a blacksmith. I contracted a sore finger* which led'to blood-poisoning. After three months of doctoring, the finger had to be cut off. : It was too late!' The po|�*n had spread to my �d �afe)y at a British port, i with the;Winnipeg military units op, board; 41 ofti.cera and 1102 men ot th# 84U� Ontario Regiment; 3 officers and 11 men of tihe 18th Company Engineers, a draft of 6 9fftcere and IRQ ,mw frow BriMsk' Columbia, infantry refiowuU; 5 'officers and 251 4x72. Special price Bach .......' . $1.75 mag lit? COULD NOT STAND ON FEET Mr*. Baker So Weak-Could Not Do Her Work-Found Relief In Not�I Way. Adrian, Mich.- "Isuffered torrlblj with female weakness and backsche and got so weak that I ooM hardly do my work, when I washed my dishes I ha4 to sit down and when I would sweep the floor I would get so weak that I would have to get a drink ivory few ninotes, and Wore ! did niy dastiaglwotddhaVe .......to lie down. I got so peorii.tka,!, my, folks tkoujghtl was going into, eonsumpti�n. One day J found � pieee of paper blowing around the yard and I picked it up and read tt-It wid 'Saved from the Grave,* and told what Lydta E, Pinkham'aVegeU-ble Compound hM dooo for wamea. I showed it t�my baabaad and at a�ld. �Why don't you try it T" So I did, and after I had taken two bottles I felt better and I said to my husband/I don't need any more,' ape aakl; 'Teu bad betUr take it a Uttle kmgef anyway.' So I took h for, three months and got well and strong.''Htfrs, Aiawzo e. Bak�R, t Tecumaeh Str, Adrian, Mick Not Well Knougk to Work. In these words is hidden tho tragedy of-many a wvmao, hoasekeeper or wage earner f. lbs. for ........... Cvv Eight Pounds Porridge OCtf% Oats .,............. WWW AlacConnochie's Pic- Ofjsa Idea, per bottle ..... tiWV Heinz. Chili Sauce OAfk Reg. 35c per bottle rorsSVv SALVAGE SALE These goods, are slightly damaged by Are anil water-: Hungarian Flour, slight]v dama-getl . 98 lb. *iwk .: ,... $1.99 Mother's Favorite Flour. 98 lb. sack *v........... ......$1.99 Seal of Quality, 49 lb. sack.......35q. Rolled Oats, 8 lbs. for...........; 21C Sacks, of Potatoes, 100 lbs., only a few-left at per sack............... 256 Sugar, slightly* damaged by fire, per , 20 lb. sack '...................89g Hud$pns Bay Co. V': l\ 4 1' and lasts for three-quarters of an-hour, Rev. Canon MoMlllen Will deliver a brief address, and the choir will render suitable music. , BRAADLI-^OA'RRETT The marriage was quietly solemnized last night at Knox- manse -by Rev. A. H. Bcnoon of Mm Agnes Marie Oarrett, of Barons, and Mr. Peter Martin Braadli,. of Bowville, Alta.  .'*..�,.�� ....... Report oi the Nursing-Mission for the month of October, 1915 ; w Number of new patients t;,;...;.../ 24 Number of old patients ..... ti Number of metropolitan patients 4 No. ot professional, calls (day)... 158 No. of professional calls (night) 7 No. of friendly and relief calls.... 92 No. of business cajls 86 tip. of office calls 165 No. of school calls.................... 14 Total No. of calls 502 No. of patients^payingfuir fee..- v 5 No. of patients paying part fee., 9 No. of patients cared for free .... ��� 10 Provisions have been supplied to 14. families, milk to 5 families, medicine to 4 patients, new boots to, 3 1 children, new underwear to 9 children, worn clothing and boots' to 13' families, warm quilts to 2 families, 2 loads of Railroad -ties (which '.-were sawed and split by a tnan we helped1 last >winter), were' given; as well as 9 loads of coal delivered hy the city, water rates paid-(or>7 people,�� �, ,1 calls for outside nurses were supplied, 17 calls for women for day's work and 9 calls for men.' ' -We bee; to acknowledge' with thanks the following donations : $10 from the Big; Slaters,! plas&: of Knox church, to be vised jn buying-bed linen, etc., for one family. $18.45, being lisl.f the coUeation from rthe'ThankSKivihg sec-vice. Three bags.ipotatoea. from' Mr. Wickettj 4tb Ave.!?*'i�e hags potaloeii and one each of 'cphbace aitdjtbrnips from Mrs-. Kirig,& (Signedyi A.' M. Tilhsv, superintendent., . this" un-commonsense treatment' peps are little * tablets, � which; eqntaln^. highly beneficial Pine ' essences, combined with other,medicinal ex-. tracts. These healing extracts are; so prepared that'as soon as.you put, a Pep into your mouth they are lib} erated in the form .of healing,va^P-'r ,,ors. You,-breathe these Vapors> /-down to,tbe throat and lungs,*and^ thus treat the organs that are'FIn-flamed. dtr�ct, In a warplt Is like ^' breathing from a ) vaporizer or 1 v bronchitis kottle, except that 4here ' is no apparatus needed, the little t , Peps providing everything needful, for the treatment! The-very small'' portion.of Peps, which"you swallow - 1 haara'sllghtly tonic effect upon the Womachi and does yon good, hut,/ theftise dtfPeps Is not for-stomacb.' .troubles, 0mt for Juagr throat andi , ~* bronchial'troubles.- Peps ei>re 4:he�!�^ �  � j ae no ordinary treatment can'. l''Vf'ii'u& ChUdren like'Peps and they -arorj. 3/n best for the/lltt^e Qpe's^' because  Flips contain, no, morphine^ lauda-;,a , a num' or other' poison found iRf""^^ uaRy of tho old coiif h mixtures.^^ ,< "Druggist* and stores srmtffap&t �mgll Pepa 50c, box or from'Pepa BjkZ& ^Toronto,, for, price. Remember tkaijVl;� " aaine^-four,-, letters^ only.;-r  / ;