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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - November 11, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta WEDNESDAY. NOVEMBER ll| 1914 THE LETHHRIDGE DAILY HERALD PAGE SEVm ASTHMA COUGHS WHOOriNG COUCH SPASMODIC cnoiu' UKONCIilTIS CATARRH C01D3 A simple, safo and effective trcniment nvoU-IngclrucB. U�cd with oiiKcc--!! tor 35 year,!. The Birearrylnsthe nritira-ptlovapnr, inhaled | with every brcaili, tiuiKcs brcathinc easy, | soothes thesotuihront, botpk�-i-��"i*-.��*�gT�.f and stupa the couch, R� J fl.^n ssnrinarcatfuhilchts. W.neff'/ .fV''' f1?-?S'^ Cresoleneiainvalual.lc f IS'lfXl"a-'-^lIV/H to mothira with youiiR j. '^'mIj' ^# ^ :^ children and a honn to sufferers Ironi Ar.ihnia. Send na Big Meeting of Board of Trade For Tomorrow BiKE If^IO A lino There v,-il! l;c; no wne'. ; ? > ? The Hon. ClilTord Hilton and 'Mrs. ' > Sifton will Ki'ieiul t'le winter at the "5* Chat.:'au I>aurjer, (Ulawa, : ** Mr. ami i\ij:K. (Jiiayle, 7th HI. iS., are rejoicinj; over the hirt.'i of a daiiglitcr. London, Nov. in.- Fnrnilin-e nv.ii iier.'-.onal bcliiir iij.u; of Ihe Prince of V.'d i'doii-.s at Oxford v v.'cek auctioned in .'! I'rluce's relief uiul, alized $75,000. r\u cou.-'nrtcd the aucliiiu Miui;-;-!f, v.l'.icb was held In liu- room:-! of his Royal Hii'.hness. Anionic i.lr: bid^lera Was ou" of llio rtotiischilds. who lie::- il tliref �walkinjj !-.licliii lor in liis �re l.liis I r,;' l!;e I!/id r'-- I'rinc" Great Specials For Thursday Xot many items for tomorrow but each one is Avortli comiTig after. Tin's is tJic store fliat is cnttini;- down (ho "lii.o'h cost of living." A daily perusal of our ud vortisements will save yon money. ]\[any special lines tlirougbout tlic slore not adverl ised. Do your shopping here tomorrow ROYAL ARCH MASOr-iG AT CLAP.ESHOLM Tho cu'iafrcaicat is ainiou.-itc! in London of Lady ;-i(:ott, wiiiow ot thipl. Uo erl Falcon ^'cotl,, v,'l (i per-islied in tiie .\nt urci ic. tii .Sir .Jaine.-i ?d. iiarrio, t..:-, noteu (llritisli author. "Tau Crosn" Chapter lOEtituted by Grand Superintendent RUSH AID TO STRIKERS ON HUDSON'S BAY ROAD Tho Pas, Man., Nov. 10.-For the first time since Sunday week last a tralii on tho Hudson's Bay Railway has gone to the end of the steel, some 170 miloB north o� The PaBs. It con-tlEtcd of two coaches and a carload of ])ro\'lsions. The man at tho throttle Was Constable Lnbdell of the R.N.U-'.M.P., and it was under the authority of the Slounted Police that his action ^'aa tcihon. Tho balance of the crew wei-e: Snperintondenl of Construction Prank-ilin. conductor Scotty, brakeman; Sam J^l!!, timekeeiier for the company, ilreman. Aboard the train were Con-Bfablo Davison, Kev. .Air. Gelling ot tlie Kng'iish Church, and three govorn-incnt men. A telephone message received at tho coiopaiiy'.s headntia-i'tera from Ken Price of the forestry department urged the seridhiK of supplies to protect (iio .^ilO men assembled and awaiting transiiortation to The Pas. The wire stated snow had fallen to a depth ot tv.o feet and the iahorors were without adequate aleeping aecomnioda-iions, to say nothing ol! being short of food.  , Captain French, in charge of the R.N.W.M.P,, is emphatic in stating that his action was .taken iii the iii-tevcsts_l)f humanity, a'ud with no intention--ot at-tempfciBg-^--break the striUo. . . . � � Claro;)U fio;ii tho Craiid jciuiiifor of (^uiukUi. v.-as i:istKuti'd ! iioro lai;t nis^'d by AVaJter Sau!>d-;rs, , I of ?.iodi.-iuc Hat. Gr;;;ul SuiJorin-i j teudent for the district of Southern; i.Albu-la. Tj'.i! Cre.tj.s Ch.q:)ter starts on ! its career wUli the brijOitest of proa-i pects, every mr'inber being imbued iwidi ;in eiithu.sia.^m which besjieaks Kurcor-!;.. Tho fo'i'iowing officers were I install':d: I First Principal. Rev. H. M, Henderson; Second Principal, George Simpson; Third Principal, H. O. Haslam; S.E. C. W. .Tames; S.N., C. J. Brareu; P.S., A. E. Thompson; S.S., J n. Boeao; J.S., W. J. Moorhead; .Tanitor, .1. G. -.Murray. Grand Superintendent Saunders v/as assisted in the ceremony of Instituti'ii': the noAv chapter b.v Jas. Locjfwood, Grand Scribe N. ot ttie Onnd .Chapter of Canada, and Ex. Comp. J. Jones, both of Lethbrldge. R. Kx. Comp. Saunders, accompanied by R. Ex. Comp. Loekwood, left \ this morning to vi.'ilt the Royal Arch chapters at Pincher Creek and Hlll-crcst. Aiis. Cou.'-'ins (l-laymor I Mrs. U. lliiiiy, 1 Aihss ,McLlM), ! .Mr;., iiar-ris, 2 Mi.s, Gillcsinc, -.is. -i. li. i;i,;u:,olh.iij), -1 i\li:s. I). 'f-i-iiuv, 1 aV.-s- Fislijr (.V(Ut:i h,,lt:i:.,r.ii, 1. Mrs. Dij'.vjux, 1 i\iiss .ii.ui ijli-er. .hul;re Carpenter left Caljrary today ' ^l!l;il^�l�s-1 i\lr.s. Duii, 1 .\iis. ;-;-,c,,Lt, for Vi'in.isor, tjnt., v.iu're lie will lie- sr., i. .Urs. lJut;aUt. niarriet to Miss Leiia V.'i-je, danp;ii-^ Lliolrra lleils-3 ;\lirs l);n:.;wall, \ ter of Lieut.-Colore) Wii'h-.' 'fiie wi-d-Mr^:. .S;ii}!lie, 1 Mir,, ia.ii.il;),' ! dir..;i; will ta!:n pl.'.rc (luielly n.'xt L'id, 1 ;\irs. .-\ustin, ) .drs. Dov,uur, v.eek. The 1.ride's futh-r ami brollier 1 puir led soclvS, Xn^. iiallii ui;ii, i; lease shortly for the front.  �I'ai.'s .soci.s, L'j pair:i is, i * * * i hcl!iv,-ts, liaupjilers, ;.i.'iias ONLY DEMOCRAT ELECTED WAS A WOMAN Portland, Ore., Xov. 10.-Miss Marian Towne of .Jackson county will be ilie first woman to sit in an Oreg-on Ic.i'-islature. She was elected as a Democrat, and wi'il have the added disfincifon of being the only Democratic member of the lower house. ? ? : ?? > > ? ? ? > > > i\irs. T. 8. KetterP'y is s:;cndini', a few days in ("alijary the l,u.st of -Mrs. .1. Cooper.  � � DlXON-MA01)0-\ALD On \Vc-:;;r.sday, No'-ein, er 'Uli at St. Luiic's cii.iicii, \iiniiiiC/, by tiie lie.. 1-ice-ny, Llie niariia:,e was soicnunicl of Lillian B., third (liu:.i,iiter of .\;r. and -Mrs. A. .^.laclJ'juald, of 'i'oroato, to Dr. .John M;i>:weil Dixon, of ;\i;;ple-Crce.;. The luide, wlio was si.eu away by her niothrr, wore a tra.cl-lin-; suit of navy bli-.e hro-dc-oth with .�^ons M :;-;s i 11 i i t of l-n land, 'A chest Din. v-iiii, 3 pairs koc'.s, a y.. W. C. '1\ U. per Mrs, Wiii-i". :i -i/i. i Kcwin,!',-Knox thur' li l.;.h..s' Aiil, ' 12 n;:;i\li:i;:a!cs, 10 ui, !:t l'^, (; suits jiy.iainas, 10 ice CO MS, 10 pair bed soci-s, 10 h-it i.oltle C(r-c-rs, 1-i Ir.jid-alls, 2fi !i;u;.l-;;'rc:;u-is, 10 wash cloths, 13 hedsii'o lia-s, 10 , handa(;cs. i .Vu?;ustiu's Woii^cii's .'vu:-.iliarv, � G ui.Kli;. shirts, (i nighli::;>',i!:-;, i; pai.-s hod soc-.s, (> broad hair.hiL-ps, (; bed-, side l:a,L-S, ti ice hag co.CiS, 12 hot; water iroltle covers, I) w,,sli clolha, ' Spot Swiss .lust opened \ip lli;.; shijanent of fancy Swiss Spot .Muslin, while ou)y, .'!00 y.irds in the lot, full ;;0 inch widllis. lit-..^iilar :ir,c. Thursday Per yard ............. to'U^^ 75c Dress Gocds 48c Dress checks. Lato shipment of Dress Goods, blaclr and v.Iiiio checks, fail -14 inches wide, 200 yards in this bargain lot. ^^�orLh 7:'.c yd. Tiiursday Per yard ., .'........4is Bviilum Prices in 1 only Dinner Set (J^ iQ) Gliiss Derry Bowls 0 in^:l! siso ....... Crystal Cut Butter Pialns ............ White and Gold Cuiis and Saucers . .\c-at Pi.i ilowls 2 sizes, each ...... Misses' Tan Boots Tiii.= neat new style in Misses' Tan Calf Loots on sale tomorrow; one of our best style button models. Sizes 11 to 2. Re-Thursday"". ........SI -OO A Sale of Shirts A clearance lot of these Men's Negligee Shirts, coat styles, soft douljle cuffs, collar to match; great range of patterns and colors; sizes If to 17. Regular $1.60' ....... g of Furs is 210W in Full Swing. Come in! Ludies' (Corsets $2.75 Ladies will apiireoiato (ins special in Corsets, front laco style, made of French coutil, ventilated hack, very long hip and back, six hose sujiporl! .-.s; lac(i trimmed (S'S 'J'E Regular ?3.i>0 ......k ^ hat of black velvet and v.hite plume, .,,,.,,-.,, and wore the Rromn's-gift of black f han,l.trchicfs, 1 drrssin.; .,,own 1 fo;: furs .and carried a large lou.-uBt ";.'',"'^^' 2 pair soc^s, M pair wrist-1 of whit..- roses and lilv of tlic valley. ''^'V^- , , - , , , i The atf.ndants were Mr. and Mrs. V.> , r>au=;htors and Maids oi Ln.claud,.!' Hadciucycr, of Wisnipo-. .'\ftcr the^-�)'.�''"^t' 24 handkercnicts, 10 wash; cerenioiiy Dr. and .Mrs. Di.von left on the evening train for points west and; will take up their residence in iVIedi- ' cine Hat. Ladies' Xlj^Iit I)ress(�s $1.25 Ladies' I'lannciette .\'iglit DrcKi-oi', long chen'.isc, tiincy yoi:e; colors are pink and v.'hite. Tiieso an^ o.'icei'itiona'Iy aood value at ?j.f;,-j. On sale Thursday, while they last ^ i| $1.35) for tSjcsc ^'lAm va!ue Corsets Ladies' Corsets. Tiiis is a neat model in bacli' laced style, very low luist, long hip and hack, style suitable for average hgures, four iiose sup-'crts, regular S2.00 Thursday ...... 1.39 QiiaHly First Customfrs are Satisfied Customers. Are You? Dr. � Dixon is a brother of Mrs. S. J." Shepherd of Lethbridge. GUILTY OF TREASON cloths. Ilardieville Ladies' Aid, 80 handkerchiefs, 2 bandages. 2 Bed jackets, Mrs. Kiri-:ham ; but-!tons and making of button holes, Mrs. Lundy ; 1 nightingale, (i hot water ] bottle covers,.Miss Dora Nimnions ; 1 ni:,htin^n!c, Mrs. Craig ; 1 nigiit shirt, AjTs. Buchanan ; 2 suits py-.iamas, Mrs. Hall and Mrs. Br.-oke; Tlie committee of tho Flower Guild 2 shirts, 1 nightingale, t; |jand..i;;es, will uio:t wiLi iMrs. Cony;e.\re, "Ri'.'- -Mrs. C. W. Gray ; 2 suits i)y,:anias, PHONE 1 313 J Clubs and Societies Beans, 4 lbs for............ 10 cans St. Charles'Milk for. 6 packets Corn Flakes for. .. 24 pound sack "Seal of Quality" Tlour..... 6-ounce tin of Eggo free with each Sack of Flour. Equal E,g,g, per tin................ ..... 9 I PHONE \ 313 45c 80e 50c Durham Jury Returns True Bill Ag-1 ains't Former Consul London, Nov. 10.-Tho grand jury of the Durham assizes has returned a true bill against Nicholas Ahlers, tha German consul in Sunderland borough, on the charge of high treason. According to the indictment, Mr. Ahlers was naturali'/.etl in 1!105. After the declaration of v.'ar, he engaged in helping German reservists leave England for Germany. ervicw", on Friday afleriioo� at 4.30 to arrange for the Flower dance to bo held on Nov. 20. Mrs. Ewart ; 1 suit pvjaruas, .Mrs. Guild Oliver ; 2 day shirts, '.Mrs. J. \V. ! Bawd-cn, 1 suit py.iaui.'s, ilrs. JIc-i Donald ; 4 pairs bc-il socks, Mrs. B. Miplcy, 2 d,",y shirts, .'�.ics. tkirmack The Herald is requested to ask those, who have had books from Bao and Mrs, McDonald ; 2 day siiirts, Flcwcr (iuild library at tho Hudson's Bay longer t-Ivan tlie prescribed two wca'.is, to return them as soon as JAPANESE ARMY FOR EUROPE Tokio,-Nov. 10.-Since the fall ot tho German position at Tsing Tau, the tiuer.tion of Japan's sending an army to Europe has attracted increasing attention. The idea finds coti-siderablo support in military circles, where it is believed that such a movement would be welcomed by France. Mrs. McCrae ; 2 'day sliirts, Mrs. K. N. Jlc\e,in, 8 fomenunion vvringcrs, Mrs. L-swis ; 1 Pair bed socks, 20 convenient, as t-^erc are re.juests for hand'- crchiefs, AIr.s. ilc.Mahon ; 1 pair m:nv of tho l;ooks which have not siitets, 1 pair pillwiv slips, 9 hanii-'Lccn returned. ; kerchiefs. Mrs. J. G. Ro;;ertson ; 1 , ^ , i doz. t9wels, Mr$, grymncr ; 1 doz. On tlio aiteinoon of Nov. 12 a sale ' towels, IMrs. Bowman ; 2 pair soc;:s, of work and home cooKiag will bo ri heiiuels, 1 cholera l;clt, left withheld by tho ladies of Fifth Avenue out names ; 2 pairs pillows, 2 pairs Baptist church in the Bovs' club pillow slips, Mrs. :\Ic:\Iillan (sr.); ma^a-zinps, Mrs. J.-W. Stafford, Mrs. \\m. Maxwell, .^lisg, Dingwall, Mrs. Mc.Nicol, Mrs. Bovvman. YOUNG HEHO TAKES A REST Amateur Operatic Society Will Present "The Gonaoliers'1 The Young LaJies' Sewing Club of Wesley c'hurch will meet at the home of aiiss I-'isk, 409 12th St. A. S. tomorrow evening.   * The regular meeting of the Women's Civic Club v.ilLko held at Jlrs. METHODIST CHURCH MONEY IN TRUST CO. Vancouver, B.C., Nov. 10.-That the .'\fethodist church is a claimant on the | I>ominion Trust Co.'s funds for a to- , tal sum of $121,000, was divulged this ^ morning in the groat legal fight to de- ; elde who shall have charge of the winding-up of the Dominion Trust Co. Alone He Dectroys Battery, ' Takes Flag and f-'orty Prisoners London, Nor. 10.-The Cherbourg Bur.-.ett's, 1522 fith icf H, '.fliursday i correspondent ot Iteiiter's Telegraph aft-;;nioon at three o'clock. ^'^nds the following: � . � "A Belgian so'i.iier, Kmil Sapm, aged On Monday evening, November 9th, .'"-.^ ''J,here for a few the A. Y. P. A. of St. Cyprian's. If 8' rest, is a ch. vphcr of the OrUer church, held one of their usual de-, Leopold andol the Legion of hglitiui weekly g.-.thcrin-.-:s, which i ''f-'"^ �^ '"^ in took the form'of a social.^Thc ^�^'^^ \^�J^^JZ.^%'' c.^in ,i..,.nvp, . ing was spent in various ganic^.and I --;'',t^^^l^Jt rnnt .s1,r> nm^ n t-nlo liv In,tip ttinm- , -.' , ,, ^, mental flag, kill-.rl the German col- its faVor. There hr-s been a continued -Kfi-cgS uemand by the patrons ot the opet- � f}^^$ atic society for a Gilbert and .Sulli- ^[5;|?*% van opera, and tlic society proi-^ably made no mistake in their seioction of "Tiie Gondoliers." The a.'nliation of the I_,ct-hbridgc Ov'eratic society with the proposed Wcsicrn Canada association nici with to.icral approval, and it was left to IN HEART OF CITY HOTEL SAVOY SEATTLB "Twelve Storiesof Sollil Comfort** In the centre of tliing�-tlicatre�' end stores on both fiidea. ButldioA abolutcly fireproof--coDcretetStcel and marl)!?. EORCPEAN PlAN-SI perdiyap Witii Bflttis-S2 per day op Heavy responsibility will rest on lU.'rht Hon. David Lloyd George, C^hunrellor of the Exche:iuer, to finance tire war successfully. It is the thj executi',0 co;nmittee to complete, British rule to raise a large part of current war expenses from revenue, ami in his next budget, which will �:ee light much sooner than usual, Bankers Helping Men WIio Driiik The modern banker knows more about the wants and needs of more people, gives them more help and advice than any man in his coinmunitj'. There are more banker.s financially Interested in the Xoal work and more men srva helped and influenced to take the Neal Three-Day Treatment by bankers than by any other class ot men. .A,sk the advice-help, if necessary-of your banker. If a.s a banker you have not investigated and helped that valued customer whoso assets and h-'>aUh are "slipping away," or the untortunnlo nei.di-ihoT who needs your help, write us for private references to hundreds of bankers v>'ho have. - If you want to overcome the cause aud effectB of the use of either drinl-r or drugs, then come to The NK.-VL IN-STITLTF,. .S20 Thirtoouth Avenue W., (.'u!-';u\-. Piiono W. 4.")25. "RITZ" MANAGER RETIRES Montreal, Nov . 7.-Rudolpho Bis-choff for tho past two years manager of the Ritz-Carleton hotel, has retir- ' ed and 'will be succeeded by Frank ; Quick, during the past tv/o years man- I ager of the Canadian Pacific hotel at Banff. He will enter upon, his new duties today.' Mr. Bischoff In confirming his resignation explained that lie is by birth ; an Austrian and although he has nev- i er put in a day's drill for .Austria, ' which country he left when 13 years ! of age, ho feels the business of the house makes a change neee.ssary. He ' ho)ieR to proceed to New York and report to the company there, as he is "in poor health and e.xompt from mil- i ilary service for any country on that account." fred Wallwork was much cn.joycd. vJle-frcahments were scrsed at the close of the meeting. onel and made -10 i.'risoners." FIRST BRITISH M.P. i-ClLLED IN WAR London, Nov. 10.-Captain the Hon. Arthur Kdward Bruce O'Neill of the 2i)d Life Guards, and.'heir to Baron O'Neill,Was killed in action in France ,..... , , . , .If-st Friday. Captain O'Neill was tlie The W. A. of St. Cypnan s church Unionist nienih�r of Parliament for will meet in tlie parish room tomor-i Mid-Antrim, and w",s the first mem- The Central W. C. T. U. will hold their re.;,uJar nioutlily me,ititif; Thursday iifternooR at the home of .Mrs. H.' M. Whiddington, 020 1-lth St. S. "Business as usual." That is the aim of the Leihhridge Amat..'ur Operatic and Dramatic society couccrning their work this s.ason as established at their first meeting last night in St. Augustin's hall. In the ncighbori.ood of fifty stage cntlii.'siasts were j:resent ; twenty old incml5lTs and thirty new. It was the most encouraging season's start that the operatic society has eii.ioyed since its Ivirt!;, and nearly all present were arramiements. As a mtml.er of this enrolled as members. i association, the work before the so- Wilh the exodus from the city of a^^^^i' '^^'^'^ ^� '""'^'^ facilitated. While, - u .  mimier of the society's star perform- W'e association has not be;n formed : I^o.};!^'^�i'.f �a ers there were some" that were dub-jas _yet, the societies may work to-;'i^l'l't"'�al sum of $37^,000,000. ious a-'fjout b^ing able tiou in se tion, pre L. L. .As.-iuitlf dispelled that feeling when he brought to notice the fact . that operatic worl.:ers in this city I had accoiiu-lishal th?ir aim and made ; a success of their efforts with nnicli i loss farorahle conditions than those confronting t!ic pr-?sc:nt society. The c:ce"uti\e commitiee, whose lot it falls to, to select what play shall row aiternoon at ing o'clock for scw- her of,the lov.-or house, of Parliament to fai'l'during, the iir&sent war. The Alexander Gait Chapter I. O. D. 10. ac;.now ledges ith thanks : Proceeds from c;i!:dy kitc'nen and tea room, Oct. tilst ' and Nov. 2nd'i% and iird, JlOl.13. |,:. rroccf-ds from Ri'lanils & Co. sale, ',-, Nov. 2nd and 3rd, SIO.OO. i Also lioiiiition of money towards;,;. MADE TON OF CANDY grni .:-'.tion at Sasluitoon for considerable lialp. Mr. Geo. W. Itohinson, president, after the meeting List night express-j ed liiniself as particularly pleased with the outlook. Another general meeting will le held in St. Augus-tin's hall next Tuesday evening, if tlic hall is available. In the mean- be put on the boards, broaclied "TIk time the executive will meet to con- Medicine Hat, Alta., Nov. 10. -The Tabor candy factory stai'tod operations yesterday, when a ton of candy was made. > > � � � > > > � .> � '> : .1 ? :! NORTH CAROLINA ? ? NOT HEARD FROM > : Department today from the > armourad cruisers North Car-> olina and Tennessee- in the �> Mediterranean. Oiflcials, con- ? fident that the silence of the > cruisers is caused by difficul-: ties of the communication through the war zone, relter->ated their belief that no mishap ? had befallen cither. ? woo! fund, ?,!rs. .J. V,. :\Ic.\ico!. .Socks, i)airs-2 Mrs. 'Fait, 2 Mrs. Single!on. 1 Mrs. Vv. Tinnin.";, 1 l\lrs. W. AlcClurc, .'! Mr. Hear, 1 Mrs. Kil- Ictt tllardieville), 1 Jirs. Ronald, ii _ _, ,- Miss Uamsav, 2 Misses Cameron, 2 j I Si it saJIi RoOt FSSSS ? : ? : ? ? * > >s ? ? > ; Friinil, I Mrs. Naismith, 1 Mrs. Mer- ! ccr, 2 :\!iss -(.Alcvandra liotel), 3 Mrs. Henilcrson, 1 Mrs. Arnold, 1 Mrs. ( h ;iii".iicss, 1 Mrs. R. Ri;Iey, 1 Mrs. Harris, 1 Mrs. Gillespie, 2 h'rieivd, 2 Mrs. Con^�l;eare. Hclmcts-I ?-Irs. 'i'ait, 3 Mrs. J. O. Wilson, 1 Miss A. Dunk, 1 Mrs. Sniythe, H Mrs. A. liejd, 3 Mrs. Reeve, I Miss .Dingwall,, 1 JMiss All-ward, ,1 I\liss..BcnlU'y.. . Wristlt!ts-2 Mrs. Galhraith, 4 Miss Uamsav, 1 Miss (.lanieron, 4 Mrs. Hrrdic', 2 Mrs. Uyiands, 3 -Friend, 2 are just tlie right mcdicins for the chiklrcu. When ihcy are constipated -when their kidui-jsare out of order -when over-indulgence in some favorite food gives them indi.tjcsiion -Dr. Morse's Indian Root Piii.-i will .quickly and surely, put them right Purely vegetable, (hey neither sicken, weakijn or gripe,.lik(Uiarijli purgatives. Ciuird your children's health by always keeping a box of Dr. Morse's Indian .Root Pills in tire-house, They ?5scp ClTio Ch.'iJ�Sren WtiJ.B Gondolidr.s" .'i.s a play tbcy liad in mind. A number present were acquainted with this heaiit;[ul opera hv Gilbert .and Sullivan an-d spoke of its merits which dcc:o an ,'i'li(nirnmc-nt until a v.eek or so licfore Christmas. ' kidney trouble, bladder weakness and a general decline in health. Wlicn your kidneys feel like lumps of lead; your back hurts or the urine is cloudy, full of sediment or you aro obliged to seek relief two or three times during the night; if you suffer with sick headache or dizzy, nervous spells, acid stomach, or you have rheumatism when the weather la bad, get from your pharmacist about four ounces of Jad Salts; take a table-spoonful in a glass of water before breakfast for a tew days and your kidneys will then act fine. This famous salts is made from the acid of grapes and lemon juice, combined uith lithia, and has been used for generations to flush and stimulate clogged kidneys; to neutralize the acids in the urine so it no longer Is a source that, should the war continue and be There is no reason wliy the,debate on j of irritation, thus ending bladder dls- prolonged until then, special legislation will he introduced for prolonging its existence. The L^nionist party, which now numbers 2.S7, has no "fewer than llf) of its members-on the service, either at the .front or in the home forces. Ot 21)1 Liberals thirty-two will be the address siioiiid not be brought to an end this week as there arc no con- ] tentious questions for debate. The House will be invited to vote anoth.cr large sum for naval and military purposes, the vote of $500,000,-000 sanctioned before the end of the past session having been exhausted. orders. Jad Salts is inexpensive; cannot In-Ijure, makes a delightful effervescent lithia-'ft'ater beverage, and belongs in every home, because nobody can make a mistake by having a good kidney flushing any time. Sold by J. D. Hlg-inbetham & Co., Limited. ENTIRE STOCK of Up-to-Date HARDWARE Will be Sold by PUBLIC AUCTION Sales will Commence at 2.30 p.m. ON turday Nov. ;