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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 2, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta THK FniDAY, NOVEMBER 2, "O.K." Boi Apples Are Economical Tie at IMUDB b u u lit oie ftl lie lop. cutfjUr circled- nKirf UT picked -O.K.1' OKANAGAN UNITED GROWERS, LIMITED A co-flpcttliTe ol fnwfta, .en IM "to worl totxa'lij WRAPPED APPLES KEEP LONOEfi Winnipeg, Xcr. of Iho least known but, uiosl serious terms ol waste In Cenida Is to ftUacfceJ Uy lho Canadian llallwey assodallou (or .National Ujnelre accordtns to a s'Me- meal IssueJ todsv. Tho unJcr-loaJins of freight cars. sad the unnectisHf uoMiuB ot such CITS on BldiuRs art1 to lie mado sub jects of a special educational cam- paign. have beeu In each province to take ui> ihoso (questions with an strippers. are baliicually I said oae ot tbo members ot the com- 1 inllteo ot the Canadian Hallway asso- ciillon lojiy. "I reiilure 10 relievo that every shipper mido ILe most oi tho space In his car we sbould hive iirotutil.v S5 per conl. more cars irtiilaMo [or service. Thousands, aucl thousands o! 'cars make their long journeys from 'point plniqn'that the.price of Eheep in Al- a dollar or two !o reach the'Montana level. Brer since the dificornr oi nrie acid IB the Echcelc, ia and tte bad effect it hod tipon. ihe body, Bciehtiste and phyflciaha hare stri7en to -rid the and ttie blood. ol ttiijs poison. Because "ol ita oyer- in iie Ejttem it CJHECI and Ibere, ifcen-. NEWS [Froto Our Own Corre'Dondenll day was quietly and appropriately gravel, henralgia Kialica." Pierce who dis- fbrered new agent, called irhici will .throw opt ind compleWj eradicate, this aric from the. sya- '.'tern.. proved to be 37 tiines rnore 'potent loan and wnseqqenUy yoa need no longer Jear innEculir or fcrticalftr iheumatism ol fnany other diseases which arfl, in iccomalaUon oi nrio KJid within the tody. Send lo Dr. Pieree, oi the Invalids' Hotel and 'Sur- .Inititote, BnOalo, N. Y., lor l .-wmphlet OD nAunrioJIIor send 10 lor K trill pactage of r-AnbricTabletf.w fcsl that tired, rrora-ool j neuralgia, or if.yoor u disfarbed by loo frequent Urination, go to jour best drag flora ask far Dr, Anarie TableU. ;Ttcy are put ap in 50-cent packages. reputation is back ot Ihii medicine and Von know thai I Medical Discovery'' for tlood and Jris n Favorite lor (he ills bl yvomen bavc bad a splea- did rtpuUlion for the past fifty jeara. romm'aiidcr of the third army, was calm and confident Monday nlgbt as his army had saved yearly aH Its its guns. The rlKhl wing of the second army also Tell back regularly from Saljollno and. Gorizia. The-troops on lha left of the second army also Tvere retiring s'cadiJy from their mountain positions so as to get into KncVith the left ol the new defensive front. The Italian general staff, the writ- er, says, naturally ha3 placed a severe 'on all WisaiDgloa NOT Brazils uaa an utaLiipuuna-ui WHLH uop- eclaratlon ot war against Germany, I penede durinB (lie days, but 'resident Wilson sent this message has iJennlUed-ithe-seiidlnB of a des- serred here.. School .look a racallou o'ffice was closed all I Samuel Cross and his sister Mrs. Irmiaton, made the trip Lo the line ast and spent a few days -rislt- jig Mrs. Orm ufat trip it''was a coli. stormy 'ihe Eummer ol'school clis- ed Friday the Curren: look' [Irst prize for. term .standing, winning a drawing set, and Grace Welherell carHetl olf a writing oullll for second place. Part ol the after- noon was spent In cc-leliraiion OE LIH- laD Welherell'3 32th blrlhday. AIr3. N. Current and Clarence came over from 2-5 on Saturday and took Edith- and1 Leona home. young ladles had been staying vrlin Miss "Tena--LinflEay while attending school and will bo much missed dur Ing the winler. Tlu'mors ot 'the extension ot that railroad from Henna to Medicine Hat south Into this district hare again reached us. IL-ls said that politico hare been circulated the farm era ahoul Manyberries, and maps cr hIMtcd shoTilus proposed Une, "Dr. Braz, prealdeat of Brazil. Rio Janeiro -peaklsg for the people ind the government of the United Slates, to say genuine pleasure ind heartfelt welcome we hail, the as- ociation with ouTseKes. ;acid f the olher nationals-united In'war'with Germany ot the great republic oE Brazil. Her acllon In this time of crisis binds ever closer the bonds of rienu'ship which already united the two republics. Pkrco'z Felieto are M L-iyer Pill- One. tiny Svyar-coa JVHed a Care Sict Headache, BiliOTis Headache, Dizziness, Constipi- JndigeEtion, Dilioai AUicbfl, ill ot the UTV, HELD FOR MURDER Concord, N.C., NOT. Jle.ins was Indicted today by the grand Jury.-for the murder of Mrs Maude A. king, a wealthy widow here last August- jury will be chosen la- (Stgned) "Wooflrow Wasblnslon, Nor. Ofllclal cable- grams received here today describe a remarkable rccns In the Austrian rcicnslag. October 27, ehgwlng the dla- affcclion of the number of Czech ele- ment which haa given the Austrian EOTernment greAt concern. The presi- dent of the chamber fnaiie formal an- nouncement of the man Tlclory over the Italians on the Uafnstzza plateafl and called for cheers for the Austrian nniiy. Not a tingle Czech responded and'members 6f that parly sat In. aulle'ri sflencc lo the great indignation anil dismay of the Germanic elements. criplicn of the destruction of. Italian stores. Tbo skyjwas constantly springing Into a Instantaneous suiiset, Eo'.lbvcd by a deen.crumbltns roar. Black clouds of smoke were outlined against the glowing waresJ Ammunition depots :werp being blown up; stores 'burned, and bridges destroyed. glare ot es- ploslons gave light ol a ghastly bril- liancn over the throngs of the retreat- ing army. "A rainstorm broke and lasted for UircG "hours, often with eslreme vio- lence. U added to Ihe hardships' of the relreal, already severe enough, TLIUSI iiave meant death to many of those woundfiil while covering- the relreat But U delayed llic enemy's advance by swelling the river, soften ng Iho ground (o mud and making air reconnaissances and bombing raids on congested roads and railways ,1m losaiblc. Such are the outlines of :ho slory of which' fuller details are not "The siluallon undpubledly 13 grave ut the silence which ihe Interests o the army now Impose must not be con Urded as an Indication that things fire worse than they actually arc. The blow has been severe but It will no crush Italy." There Is Sound Economy In Buying Good Clothes ,Yon will get One Hundred cents worth for every dollar you spend in a Suit or Overcoat of and a little extra In (he Style, Fit and Workmanship. They are tailored to your perfect fit, and satisfaction guar- anteed.. TalL and arc Mnlic your selection now. The Great of the Great (From Our Own :CorTESDOn3cnt) Clareaholm, the 23th of October before'police magistrate Holmes Fred Walklns, leisee of tha Wilton Hotel at Clareaholm TVaa ac CUECJ of having asUulled.One. Jacob Jacobaon the same 'morning hy efrlk Ing him and kicking him- Tho evld ence ehowed that on nlghl Jacobson had In hi room and had hccn carouplng will friends and keeping the occupants of the neighboring' rooms awako. On helng Informed of IhU In Iho morn Ins Watktns wenl (o the man's rooir and ordered Mm o'ff i, tho prcmlae, and on tho man not at onco compllnj caughl him by and him and shoved him out of Ihfl room after which Iho min -talked quletl: out of the hotel anil straightway lal a charge of assault. Them was in evidence of striving and kicking Counsel for WatXIns argued tha Walking was entitled .lo use reason able force'In palling the man out o the holcl, especially looking lo Ih rigorous provisions of tho lleiuor ac hut the magistrate held that Jacob son was entitled to bo In the room and finer1, Watklns (10.00 and costi GETS YEARS Chatham, N'ov, sle; Ing }2CS, which Krnesl Emery him lo while ho wcnl before medical lioard, 1'rlyale Wllllsm Vah was ln-o ycariJn-KInf pen flcnllliry: today.' YiSl" Find Your Overcoat Here You ean't afford cheap dollies Ibis year all years. Qiiiility is quality menus wear and wear means less used on new move labor freed xfor war uses. Fashion Craft Overcoats at The assortment is fabrics arc all wool. Form tiding' belted models, roomy boxy models with plain or raglan shoulders, also conservative Chesterfields. Other Overcoats at Men's Fine Sweaters Buy your sweater now, for in a few weeks hence you may have to pay from 50 to 100 per cent, more than these special quotations. We have large quantities of sweaters for men that were purchased early last before the late price advances took effect. Here's something to think of. We could not duplicate these sweat- ers at wholesale at (he prices We are offering them today, to Mafle-in V-neck or shawl collar, heavy Jumbo or Cardigan stitch. Colors, brown, fawn, navy, light and dark greys and maroon. LOUIS KEEL FASHION OR AFP CLOTHES SHOP 318 FIFTH STBEET TORPEDOED BRITISHER Au Atlantic Porl, Nov. Ger- ,an submarine torpedoed and sank tie British steamship East Wales, of 321 tons gross, off Queensloivn on ctoher H, according to a survivcr lio arrived hero today... One of two tack'shelled the open life boals anJraa Increase of ovur the month a year the. re- ceipts totalled For- soven months of DID fiscal year end- ing October 31 customs receipts'total- others -wounded. CUSTOMS. RECEIPTS Oliavta, Nov. receipts tor the Dominion during the month of led as against for tuc samo period last-j-earl: This which took part IE (he at- JQcloljer totalled This conEtllutes nri Increase of ACTIVE SERVICE CHOCOLATE This Chocolate is a concentrated food specially prepared Iropps subject to the hardships and privations of trench life. Bread becomes stale, flour mouldy and meat deterioralesv but this Chocolate, will keep indefinitely. It thould prove a veritable life saver when ordinarynlionssreunprocurable. Send the boys at the front this Chocolate to-diy. It may be obtained anywhere in 5c. and 25c. packages. The 25c. package is specially wrapped for in- mediate mailing. MaJfc by The Cowan Co'y Limited, Toronto ;