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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - November 3, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta kSDAT, november 3, 1014 THE L E t ff n r? I n c E D a i L y HER A r, n page fivb We are Keeping All Our Employees fltifl to indiioe you to lii^ip us keep all our staff il\u'inK the Blaclc acaKon wo have decided t,o REDUCE PRICES ON CLEANINCJ AND .PRESSING LADIES' AND GENTS' SUIT OR OVERCOAT PRESSED FOR IMiono or write for Price Tiist. A)! work A'lisolutely Uuaraiitecul to be Firyl ClUKK. Phone 1812 and our wagon will call, The Valet 324 Sixth Street South. TalmadKG T.awHon, iiropriotor with ,V. K. Ucrnian of tlio Kaslialoon Daily |;tar, is loavine for tlu' front aa a )iri-ate soldier. L4LTS FIXE 1 OK ACHING K'fBNEYS IWe eat too much meat, which clogs KIdncye, then Gnck hurts and Bladder bothers ycu. Jlost tollcld stomach, kIocj-K^ski'.uss and ail orts of bladder disorders. You simply must Iteeii your kidneys ii'tlvc aud clean, and the moment you [eel au ache or luun in the kidney Region, g-'t about four ounces of .lad Inlts from any sood drug store here, ,alce a tablespoonful in a glass of wat-r before breakfast for a few days ml your kidneys will then act fine, his famous salts is made from the cid of grapes and lemon juice, com-ined with lithia, and is harmless to ush clogged kidneys and stimulate IietTi to norma! activity. It also neu-ralizcs the acids in the urine so it no jongcr irritates, thus ending bladder �Jsordors. ,)ad Salts is harmless; ine.vpensive; akes �1 delightful effervescent litliia-rater drink wliicli everybody slioiild ke now and thou to kec-p their kid-eys clean, thus avoiding serious cora-)lication8. (V well-known local druggist says he s lots of .Tad Sails to.folks wlio be-_ -e in overcoming kidney trouble liilo it is only trouoie. Sold by J. Higinbotham & Co., Llmitad. How To Get Rid Bad Cough 'A 1 * - \i St' >� , - The Ml- H'Jii. Duncan MarHhall aiul ''i;irsiiall with their family, in -) s.c.Mil the winlPJ' at th;'ii 111 nlil.s. ti'i Mrs, K. 11. Tickricr, . iMirlii, a/i' ri-joiciug m f ii ((;iu . Iilcr. I v., , I in' i 1,1 \ .\ itiil i; I ^ i: : :! .in-i . i- .11 .v..'. ch'.iri'li pi\r.^(iu;i':;\ Cat-:::;irn:iiJ,c Kwik l^l; cc ia:,t i:-,., .ir-;iii l.iiiiis !;'n ,-1 v\. tn ;i lOnii-si l''ci-,;,u:-i)ii, ,,( r-rhc llnv. S. l!i.',::op i!.;? crrfiiuiiiy, uiti'i; vvhicli .ir:-:. l-'eni'.iscii left for liir'ir �(�lUil'. 1, u I ir;i'':.':;.i'iit is ;ui:ioiii:(''''il oi � h .)(.�,;ii Alaclsaac, \ (inii,,,-:-;!. 'I' cii ..ir. and Jlrs. .John I'liui'lo; :i?t. .'IT. William (iri,.s .\i-.iii � n o! \\.r iiiU' Mr. MaUirw Al ^ Mis. _.\jlkiijsori, J.'ii-.'iiiic'iitl JO - oli-'ivili', Silirtx , i;:i_;- i.;- iiuiri'iii;.;c v. ill t.i.e; (:la''-c n >.o.ember, .Mihs Macisaai' .i.oiil' 111, .jiiu.sical as well a.s c:;\l.'.: , in. iMiinoatoii. 1:-).(! !.s the siSler-iii-litv.- ! praii-c.'rmiinp; (o each of the ten rc-coiiijili.sluMl artists ot the company. Major Sti'wurl opoued the concert Willi a jjal.rlollr aihiiMss whicli met ia wave fif approval, ifc spo-'ce brielly of tho work lo bo accomplished by the Patriotic Kuiid, of ivJilch he Is tlia j guardian in Lethiirlilge, and thauKed ! I he memhe,rs of the .Mooso Lodge: for their efforts on bi.'uvlf of tho fund. AU the jiroceeds from ilu; concert, over 'and above I'.viionHe;- wan donated to .Ills desorviii:;- cTie-i-. i 7'h(: concert laslcil from S to 10, land t/hc dairc from 10 to 1 )\'lock. ' Local ilaiiicrs im c s l.ioni teen jUcatcii to music ili,;! was as pleas-: iiii to tiic car and so ideal io dance ! lo than tlial fmii;-.!:i'fl by tlu; !-'al-; lowrll coinliany. Karly in th:; cWTiiij; a rcle was made ni-.'.'c:-.;a;ry liiat one (�:,core iniiKl suilicc or the pro.ijram v.'onlrl ii.it have ben riiiis'-'.'il yet. �fl* dance was jaipular in cvVreine- ' llic hail's rapa-ily was ti.-s'cil. ! liy V. ly of divfisioii .lohn '.'.''.nt/el, ! t he'll.ilIoxM'.'l lia,r;t:,nr rciri-v �(( ^ so-Iftlon thai nid Willi l.d.rtv re-Kfionsc. .At riiitlni,i:;iit sand'.ciLdifS and, coi'u'c were served. ' PERFECTION . COCOA Rich, delicious, pure ,ti.'ft f-^'T f art. A Christian hotnc and an effective school are combined in GERMAN CASUALTIES 420,000 .0:. ! a Berlin Reports Weok's List at 62,000 i -Wo'.irT'c-l Return For prospectus and terms^ write the Principal R. 1. %7ARKER, M.A..;'D.D.; St. TliotLiaa - Ont. 62 :,,..Mly I a i: ^s.,c:.il bro i i.'ia. i)..acaii I agiiCiill arc. Herlin, .\o\. ?,.-The Oernian oasu-as :ai:y lists ft.r t!;.'' 'ast week amoiint to The iJ2,filii.i, it w;..:; aiinounced tonight. The! J Uia .total to mce - candidate for Sir Max , ing last niglit the suh]cct heing tak- ^ ^ - themselves on ,en by Miss Waterman, who r.ad an platform at the Lancashire i excellent paper. Uunng the ?=^.'�;erc �i05 Sixteenth avenue West, Vancou-1 Canadian' Infantry already in Eng-1 ^QClion and ver; he leaves a-vyidow and two child-' . . J .. . . . , .r.r,,ntrv ren. Fireman G. W. Kiteley, Vancouver; he was an: engineer, but acting ns fireman. Missing: Fireman Harry Morler, Vancouver. Mortcr is probably dead, but therfe is a chance that he may yet be rescued. given assurances of pro-parmitKd to leave the AUTO SKIDS: ONE DEAD Toronto, Ont., Nov. 2.-iMrs. A. B. IMofiatt is dead, and three other persons were in.1ured in an automobile accident on tlio road near Schomberg Junction yesterday. Mrs. Jloffatt was killed almost instantly when tbe car ' rjijiw'ay sujiplv detachment skidded and turned over in the ditch depot units of" supplv. in itself as far as possible with, iii addition, a due proportion of army j ; service corps units for duty on line's j of communication. "The contingent will accordin;';ly j consist of two brigades of infantry ! (eight battalions, a complement oi artillery, engineer, cyclist and admin- . istrative units) army service corps . companies and field amhulances and two units for line of communication I purposes-divisional ammunition park, ; di'.. isionai supply column, reserve pari;, field (iatt.r.v, (ichi (uitrhcr}, and two ;STRIKE ON p. m. in the church. *   The Westminster adult Bible class gave a splendid Hallowejen social last evening at the parsonage. An excellent program was rendered, and refreshments "served. * *  The members of tliP' Sodality of St. Patrick's church met last liight | in their usual weekly meeting. *   The Knii:htS). ^^'a" driving, was thrown ----- ,liat money could bu.y-at a cost of only | against the embankment, sustaining a f>4 cents. Easily tircpared in 5 luinutca. ! fracture of the Bhoulder and a severe .d":c?tions with J'ine.x. i scalp wound. llus^Pine.'C. and Sugar .Syrup prcpiir.v ' HUDSON"S BAY RAILROAD The Pas, Man., Nov. 2.-Since midnight Sunday not an engine engaged culhe Hudson's V'i:y construction! work has moved in ci ;.rj:e of its reg- \ ular crew. Notice prior to tJi-it ti:ne i had been given tlie nuu that on and after November 1 a reduction varying from 20 to '.'.0 per cent, v.ould maiatain  thv' parlor social to and the ors, bral decided not to accept tii.-' neiv scale of wages. The Ladies' Aid Society of the Christian ehurcli will meet at nine o'clock Wednesdav mornin.g, for an I all-day mc;-ting at the church. Business inecting and election of officers in Ihe aflenioon. Thcrp will te work for you, come and bring your lunch. Von are cordially invited to attend he held at Mrs. | he engineers, firemen, conduct- j i^. Cains, under the auspices of the i-akemen and watchmen affected i V.'illard W. C. T. U. on Thursday ev-; ,iou takes ri'jV.t hold of a cough and gives iilmoat iiunicdiate relief. It loosiuis tlie ilry, lioarsu or tight cough in a way tl-.i>t Jb rciiDy rcmarJiablc. It also fjuickly llienls the inl'aincd membranes wlncli ae-�.oipnnn.y a painful cough, 'nd stops the 'oruiation of plilccjm in ti.o throat and !)rOncliial tubes thus ending the iiersiB-ent loose cou.gh. Excidli.'nt for bronchi-is, spasmodic croup inid v,-iulcr cou^lia. !ouiid of genuine Norway line extract, rich in cnuiacol, which is ,0 healing to the nienibranes. To avoid disappniniiiient, ask .your rnggist for ''2% ounces of Piiicx,"^-do lot accoiit nnvthin..^ else. A gunvimtce f aliHoIute Kn( i,-,faoti"n, or nuuicy pronipt-y-refunded. got>s with this iireparation, he I'inc.x. Co., Toronto, Ont. NEED STIRRING UP IN NEW BRUNSWICK St, John, N.n., Nov. 2.-The papers here .nublisb a latter from Lieut.-Co'i. .1. L. .McA.vity, who 'was authorized to recruit a New Brunswick regiment, to Acting Premier Clarke, in which lie asks the government to aiipoiut a ro-cniiiiug committee to have tho province stumped from one end to th^ oth-j er by tiie various members to ask for 1 volunteeva, and appropriate $15,000 to cover advertising and general e.x-peiiHcs. tini;cnt will be over la,000 men ; aud the"total Canadian expedition force, lirst and second ccntingenls,, will exceed 'lii.OOO. "Ptcinforcinicnts are calculated at a yearly rate of 70 per cent, of the total force engaged." ALL WENT STARK MAD How the Scots Greys Rode Throualt the Germans ening at 8 o'clock, .V collection will j be taken in aid of our soldiers. Friends please accept this invitation ^ and come to 1127 llitli St. north, and I have a good time.    On Monday evening, Nov. 3, the Voung Peopic.is .Society of St. Cyprian's church held one of their usual dcli.ghtful weekly gatherings. Tho literary eommittcfl had charge and ar-I ruiLed a patriotic evening, which was By 1 imeiy Use or Lydia C- i , great success. The program was as t^T 1 iv.m.i.-i.. - r'lir.ri?t: 'n.j,,]p nrittanin". Pinkhams Vegetablo Aliho Ca.s.grain, a brother of Senator Casgraiu, will go to the front as chaplain of the second contingent. ^or Strength, Flavor, Economy ind all-round Excellence: BUY It is used hi tUoysautls of homes because it is tiie best tea sold. YOU try it send this Advertisement with 25 cents to Blua Ribhon, Limited Winnipeg, for the Blue Rlblion Cook Book. The best cook book for UM In Wevtern Canada. Write name and addreaa plainly. The charge by the Scots Greys, to whicih fi'ien.iice has a'.rcndy been made, has not yet received "the :'uli justice it dc.=erved. A description Jjy ! a member of tl:,-; .Middlcscv PLCgimoui; , states that the Greys crouch'id for- ; wp.vj with their arm.s .str;;i;;ht out and ' swords (jxtended, forming a ri;-:ia linq.i like a lance, "Ot course,'' .lie said, "if , they Old not get their man llien thoy i cut out for all they were worth. They j went right throu.yh t'lc IJhUins except i ill two or three ca.ses v/hore the horses got stuck tc:;ei!ier, and tvvo or three men were slnshiiin- away at one another and then burslin.g free." He saw two men wiinse horses were ! killed laying about them like fury. It ! was a living wonder how they 'wcro ' not trampled to death, "1 don't know-how th:y did it," lio said, "but they were stark mad. They a'.l go mad at a ehnrgo like that. You'd see tho oiKMsreat thing-like one of the Greys sticking his man and a German .sticking him on the other side, and another Grey sticking the German-and the whole thing like a flaeli." Compound. Slilfrtf^S^l^ihlMiM Vo,