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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 11, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE SIX THE LETIIBRIDGE DAILY HERALD THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 11, 1915 liarl? Simttfo VICTROLA HEADQUARTERS Napoleon was a little man. Little In size, that Is. He was just five feet two. Yet he was the greatest of military strategy the world has kuown. The 121.00 Victrola Is a little Victrola. Little in size. It Is than one foot hlgU> Yet It is one of the greatest music Makers the world has known, for it presents au endless i'-ariety of melody and mirth to suit our every Jniood." That Is the charm ".of any' Victrola, 'large or small. If you have no Victrola, come to us and get one. FIVE DOLLARS CASH takes a Victrola with 12 to your home today. Balance to suit your reasonable convenience. MASON RISCH LIMITED 404 5th STREET S., DRUNKENNESS A CURABLE DISEASE The treatment used successfully by thousands right In their own homes is ORHINE. So uniformly success- ful has ORRINE been in restoring the victims of the "Drink Habit" into sober and useful citizens, and so strong is our confidence in its cura- tive powers, that want to empha- size the fact that ORRINE is sold under this positive guarantee. If. latter a trial, you get no .benefit, your money will be refunded. ORRIKB is prepared in two forms: No. 1, secret treatment, a powder; ORRINE No. 2, in pill form, volun- tary treatment Costs only J1.00 a box. Ask for booklet Red Cross Drug Store, Limited, 3rd Avenue South, Uethbridge, Advertisement TEN NURSES LOST iLondon, Nov. lists is- Kueci tonight show that ten women nurses of the New Zealand nursing service were. lost when the transport Marquette was torpedoed and sunk in the Aegean Sea, last month. Nearly 100 of the personnel oJ the in all, were unaccounted for, the Admiralty stated, when the smiting of the transport was announc- ed on-October 26. London, Nov. annual ban- quet of the Lord Mayor of London was celebrated in the Guildhall to- night, Sir. Charles Cheers Wak'efleld having been inaugurated during the course'of'the day. AU the city offl- I Makes Stubborn Coughs Vanish in a Hurry SwrvrUlKglr Good Cough KMllr Chcaglr Ht If soino one in your family 'has' nn obstinato cough or a bud throat or chest has bt'cu hanging on and rcfusea ttvyield to treatment, get from any drug store 2ji ounces of Pmcx ilhd make it into 10 ounces of cough syrup, and. watch that cough vanish. Pour the 2W ounces Pincx (50 ccfcts worth) into a IG-oimce bottle and fill the bottle with plain granulated sugar syrup. Ilia total cost is about 54 cents, and gives you 16 family a most effective remcdv. at of The only difference between the function tonight and those of other years, was to be observed in the Cluldrcn liko ft. It's really remarkable how promptly and easily it 'loosens the dry, hoarse or Ijresence ot many quests in military loose cough. A remedy uniform. bronchitis, winter coughs, bronchial ly conceri- pine Premier Asquith, his wire and a.nd daughter, were cheered when they en- tered the hall, and cheers were also given for the Serbian minister and for the representatives of the Allies, not- ab'y the French and- Italian ambassa- dors, and the Russian Grand D.uke Michael. Blind Soldier Is Cheered The High Commissioner of New Zealand, the Hou. William Thomas Pinex is n special ami hi trated compound of genuine ighly Nor extract, ricn in guaiaeolj which is so heal- ing to thc membranes. Avoid disappointment bv asking your druggist for ounces oi anil do not accept air-filing else, A guarantee of absolute goes with this preparation or money promptly refunded. The Pines Co., Toronto, Ont. en an ovation. The Eforl of Derby, director of re- crvltlng, was warmly received, as was the Belgian minister.. When the toast "The King MOTHER OF SCHOOL GIRL TYJi Vegetable Compound Re- stored Her Daugh- ter's Health. -PTowr, "From' a small child my 13 year old daughter had female Weakness. .1 spoke to three 'doctors about it and they did not help any. Lydia E. Pinihsm's Vegetable Com- pound had been of great benefit to me, BO I decided to hava her give it trial. She has taken five bottles of the Vege- table Compound ac- cording to dirrttioBi on the bottle and the is eared of this trouble. She was nn down when the started taking the Compound and her period! did not come right. She was so poorly and weak that I often had to help bet dreat herself, but now she is regular and crowing strong and healthy. EELYIG, Plover, lows. Winnipeg, Nov. net profit oi for the year ending Aug- ust 31, was announced today at the annual meeting of the Grain Grow- e.s Grain Co, A dividend of ten per cent., totalling SSO.OOO, has been de- clared and will be-.paid to farmer shareholders after the annual meet- ing. Following the company's regular policy the sum of has been ttansierred to the rese'ne account. The total paid up capital of the con- cern is now and the grain handled in the year amounted to !St- bushels. Firmly Established President Crearer's report was ex- ceedingly optimistic and indicated that the company' had profited by its nine years' experience and was now firmly established on a bi-si .ess basis. The splendid financial statement was due "in no small part to curtailment oi expenses following the outbreak of the war, Thii outstanding feature of the president's addresi was an ex- planation of the success of the Grain Growers' Export company, oi which the-Grain Growers' Grain Co. is the controlling stockholder. Previ- ous to last year the txporieace of the company in export business bad lein very fortunate, tfeeir loss years azo bavins totalled practically 060 The Gram Growers' "Export Co however, was re-organized., last year and placed under the management of H. Stempsr. The result- of. a year's operations, Alienist: T.T.S that the. Grain Growcri' Export Co. i made a net profit of having in one rear redeemed ex- port losses oi the Grain Growers' Exnort Co. maintained of- nces both ?i Wmnineg and New York and a frre'it dea! of business was done in American GREECE BORROWS .MONEY FROM ALLIES London, Nov. loan of oOO.OfiO from Great Britain, France and Russia to Greece, has beea eon- cludefl, and the money is now at the disposal of the Hellenic government The formal declaration by-, the gov ernmsnt of Skouloudis con- cerning the contlcaed neutrality of Greece and her goodwill toward the Allies, which was made public fester day m Paris, was communicated aim iiHaneonsly tp'.all the capitals of the entente nations. ng p ed forward with serene confidence to victory. Premier Asqurth was optimistic. "Since Tlast spoke in the he said, "the whole face of the world v-v. -----0 he said -Uie whole lace Of tne Worja wen. the assembly rose and sang: b ht National Anthem, which scattered threads o( our done before. scattered activities; we have woven Sir Juim A, Simon, .secretary for m sincle web A year ago Home Affairs responding to At; confronted as a people by a said that the alliance would be-1 searching test We chose come stronger with the duration of the harder and I believe, the better war- course. We had ho doubt then, and j Cambon Says Friends Increase we have no doubt now, we are right, I Paul Cambon, the French Ambassa- HOT, said. trj Mying that lie had gone to view "Although the number of our me- at'close.qusrters the situation in the mies may have increased since last East He.sald that an the Allies had the number of our Mends has ed to secuj.e ftr Serbla the been augmented. I am happy to see had so well deserved. today our .Italian colleagues." i the war. he said: AGENTS'FOR: Gosififd. Contii Viyelln Flannels and Underwear Northway Garments Niagara'Maid Gloves and Hosiery CLARKE ICO. The Ladies'Store We for Cash Underwear in Splendid Assortments, In Women's, Misses' and Children's Sizes All bought before the big advance'and selling at the tame prices as last year. The famous. Watson's and Vlyella brands comprise the greater portion of our stock, both of which are really lUnmatchable for service in the various grades here shown. WATSON'S UNION -SUITS 75c to Various qualities in all cotton, cotton and wool and all wool, high neck with long sleeves tind low neck with short sleeves. VIYELLA UNION SUITS S3'" 55 Finest vooUsBlT and wool in -small, re- gular arid extra large women's sizes; every garment guaranteed absolutely unshrink- able. CHILDREN'S VESTS AND DRAWERS 50c Sizes IS to 30 in white pure wool, natural wool and small cotton mixture; all the best values obtainable and shown all sizes. CHILDREN'S UNION SUITS to Sizes 18 to 30, white pure wool and white and. natural mixture, all splendid values and perfectly proportioned gar- ments. GOSSARD CORSETS S3.50 Fitted by an expert corsetiere if so desired. Models for slight, medium and stout fig- ures, all perfect-fitting and noted for the maximum of comfort and superior shape-giv- ing abilities. WE ARE SOLE AGENTS FOR THIS CORSET IN LETHBRIDCE. "On the one side are trantiui'l cour- se, faith in an ideal of justice and liberty, and the will to employ only leETitirrate means of defence; on tha other, thoughts.of lucre, forgetfulness of all the principles "of humanity, the destruction of an town, the tak- ing of innocent lives, a sort of "per- Farmers Too Busy For Festival Week The proposed E'armers' Festival at the'Board verse joy in the accomplishment of j Of Trade luncheon today. Alter re- evil, and a plan, pursued with childish ports irora W. J. chairman dlsresarj ot scruple, to dominate the Of the Retail Section, and S. S. Dun- of the Rural Rela- tions Committee, with reference to the Farm rs' Festival, Week here, it .was brought out discuj- of Miss'Edith I sion 'that to deier" "Quite recently we saw a German tht: niatter until the course oi lec- nrfllitaBy tribunal sentence a noble tures promis d by the Department of woman to death for the crime of gen- Agriculture at Edmonton last year efosity, and a German officer indulge are held. It felt that the tann- in the not compiled ers are too now to take the to do so, of executing the sentence and that ariingcments for a himself by murdering this defenceless fitting entertai.nmejtt could be made world by terror." Refers to Nurse's Death.. He made reference to .the -execution Tlie 13. 0. Government have asked the Merchants to make'this a SPECIAL APPLE WEEK We have the following varieties to choose from ISTo. 1 Spies; per box.....S2.25 jSTo. 1 Spitz; per box. Winesaps; per jNo, 1 Wagner; per box. ]STo. 1 per The finest stock of Apples ever received in Lethbriclge, carefully wrapped and packed, highly colored and extra heavy cases. 3Sfo. 1 Kussdtt; per box. No. 1 Rome Beauty; Other varieties, No. 2s.. Ontario Concord Grapes 3 baskets' for Hot House Lettuce Per pound 75c 30c Fresh Tomatoes Per pound B. C. Celery 3 pounds for 15c 15c Bananas Per dozen Lemons Per dozen 35c 30c -Hundreds of inch letten expressing gratitude for the good Lydia E. Fink- barn's Vegetable Compound haa accom- plished are constantly being nceived, proving tin reliability of grand oid remedy. If yol an ill do' not drag along and continue to suffer day in and day out bnt at once take Lydia E. Vege- table Componod, remedy for woman's ills. U jon want ipeelal idtlee U tydla E.FiBkkam leiidw Cfc (eonf 4eBtial) Lynn, Ban. Toar letter will be apeied, read and answered by a wnaun ui belt U strict cuMeaee. K.C.M.G. CONFERRED ON MAJOR W. B. LESLIE London, NOT list of dis- tinctions conferred ta connection with the Dardanelles operations includes the name of Major (temporary Brig adier-Oeneral) Wm. Breck Lesslie, who is created a comuanion of the Or- der.of St-lltichael and SL George. Major Lesslie belonjs to Kingston, Ont. He wis Quartermaster General to Genenfl Birdwood in Egypt. SUICIDED .WITH RIFLE Kingston, Ont, Nov BlaSely, 35 years old, mirried, com- mitted suicide yesterday, by shooting himself, with a, rifle. A UCTION SALE ON THE PREMISES, 620 16lh STREET SOUTH -Saturday Next, November 13th AT Z O'CLOCK PROMPT v FRANK WADDINGTON favored wltb instructions to sell Public Auction and Without j Reserve, the Superior HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE And Effects Dining Chairs, Extending Oak Dining Table; Solid Oak Moms Chair; Mission Oak Leather Up- 'Rocker; Oak Arm Chairs; Massive Sideboard, Uphol- itfTed Secretaire; Library Ta-ble; Mahogany Brpsser; Dreiser; Oak Chiffonier: two Child's Cribs; .Satin Finish 'BrmM Bed complete with Coil Springs and Ostennoor liattreas; Brut Mounted Bwin, and Mattresses; Axminster Rugs; aoutttr of Stair Carpeting; Hall Stand; Occr.elons! Tables; Stewart Cook Rante; Phonograph and Records; and a large quan- tity of amallcr Items, Kitchen Sundries, Bed Linens, etc. I A RESPECTFULLY REQUESTED. CAIIH. AucTiONEtn'i OFFICE-STAFFORD BLOCK victim." before Christmas. There was unanlm- Fleets Play Bio Part Ity of opinion in favor the idea, the nranositiqiivwill be brought Mr. Balfour, replying for the Army up again secures and Navy, said: (ifgrred infor'niation from the De- The whole strategy ot the Allies partment. oi" Agriculture, was -based upon the allied fleets. Nev-J. Up er was there a war in which dramatic it'was that on soveraV Incidents connected with allied fleets all'the rooms in were fewer, never was there a, war in oi the cifcfy'Jrad been nlledl vhich the operations of the allied and some had heori iunable to find ac- fleets were more essential to the land commoilation, being forces. Their fortunes would have dueitp t-he fact is the. been different from what they were, city in today, and what they are going to be, had it are also coming into town not been for the fact: that the Allies r for the winter and a rush for from the first moment took command houses and lhe transient of the seas. [traffic comes from travellers who anr- ,ery. flr6f; qualification is en- Deaiing with the land forces he comim; in lane numbers to the citv A too broad, mid to praise the armies which Lord. during the last few land seek- Kitchener's genius had raised from ers from the bv the the country was superfluous. What -big crops, members of f-reshmg they had done was but a small earnest crews, and farmers from t e sur- of what they-wbtrld do. rounding country. -The betrayal by Bulgaria of all her; i traditions under the leadership of FLAGMAN king was.a triumph for German diplo-' it was a triumph in which Special prices quoted on all Case Qoods, Tomatoes, Corn, Peas, Beans, etc., Evaporated Reaches, Prunes, Peara and Apricots. If not convenient to call .at our store, Phone 1113 or 410. New Laifl Eggs and Dairy Butter Next Herald H. A. McKILLOP Co. Sixth Street A Few Very Helpful Hints to Candidates in Contest the com seen, it uel; s i that's short and lot to understand all fae-noints'of thc game. EDMONTON GRANTS GAS FRANCHISE Edmonton, Alta., Nov. a sur- plus of 742 votes over-the required two-thirds majority the burgesses of Edmonton turned over, yesterday to the Northern A'.-berta Development Natural Gas Co., the one remaining tiie candidate I franchise of the city which has not second j been municipally developed The to- and 8000 for each additional i tai vote polled in favor of the gas as I law was 7098, -with an opposition of 243G votes, giving a clear'majority on both sides of the river of 4662. Mr Killiwack pajs lor another jear, or two or three matter v> hen the payment is made. greed and fear led the Bulgarians to capitulate! Mr. Baifour could not aay wSether the -war would be long or short. He A ffinplc Home Treatment That Bu Brought Joy to Thotuandi Is the Faraouj Pyxwaid Pile Treatment, How badly do "you want you want It enough'to go to the small trouble of mailing the below-coilpon for a free trial o? iiw Pyramid File Treatment? THEY REFUSE TO EAT telephone and letter writing is hot just broad bring another factor Bnt it is coniem- forth a subscription payment ii the ent to caij personally, do so Tele- re .eipt hook; is ready and the propo- phone anll subscribers onlj a.tion is presented in the right way.- Khcn'vou can not call as soon as you every poison has ?3 or or wouu easy to saj, "I'm At periods in most childrens lives or S8 loose in. the .pocket when a i "i'vc promised another they fail to relish their meals and refuse -candidate calls but if you can't Ret- or some other evasne to eat even the delicacies prepared to CAUSED FATALITY tkc rimey, record the promise and over the phone tt They lack am Jaw, Sask., Nov.. 9.-Mrs.; call promptly at the appointed time. depend too much upon j, P ,r James Brown, widow, of Fire'-'i If you seci.re a payment betorc No- friends and relatives to solicit for ciuon, ana growin seems unpcucu man Brown, who was killed here in a vemher 30, and the same subscriber ou Tho candidatts are the ones who causes anxiety and worry, collision between a switch engine and adfls anct'er payment after that wm ptoflt in the contest, and while, lo compel them to cat is a grave a freight train on today the candidate gets the.benefit of your really.uitend to worn m mistake, because nutrition is impaired Moose j our behalf, the} seldom far get wij Healthful exercise in fresh air and sun issued a warrant 'for the arrest' of the first vote schedule, the Flagman alleged absence same as though the lull payment was from; his post, Is said to have caused the accic Brown's -death. Reed has not before November SO, a certi- i contest department, and wish to do and furnish food-energy to improve an Reed, whose alleged absence same as though We lull payment was far tmnnrunt hnt fnuali, til post is said to have caused made at one time. For instance, ii, The n'8xt standing ot the candidates shme 1S al'J I'J" Reed is charged with-i Jamas Killiwack pays a candidale for I Wlll ne published Saturday H urn ant is a spoonful of ScotU Emulsion ial negligence, resulting in a year's', subscription to thc Daily j jjale to your credit at the three times a day to feed the tissues seen since his getaway on Sunday. Mounted and city police are searching for him. ficate. for 4000 votes is issued; If Terrlfela Scalding leeldinl ZAH-BUK GAVE QUICK RELIEF. For taking thc pain out of a burn or scald there is nothing equal to __........._., _ r Zam-Buk. Mrs. Eugene Demers, of Canada to join the battalion propos- j Pembroke, Ont, who was the victim COLORED BATTALION MAY GO TO FRONT Winnipeg, Nov. now appears' likely that several platoons of color- id men may be recruited" in West.rn ed to be raised in ttme Prov- j Or a painful scalding accident, proved inccs. In Winnipeg tfe-e are a number i She "I was carrying a of colored men anxious to go to the, boiler of steaming '-water from the (ront. Already several have made-ap-l stove to the when suddenly Tie PnmM Inm m Mute Tll.I. Thousands have reported to us their great Joy at having been led to try great treatment and at the re- markable results It produced in their cases. Be fair to yourself. Give yourself the chwace to get well. the coupon now or so to'any drug, etore and purchase a 60C box ol Pyra- mid File Treatment. plication, but they 'were rcfvscd .the grounds that it was felt hest to keep while and colored persons sep- arate as is done .with1 the East In- dian fighting at the front. Winnipec, it is believed, could supply at -least one" hundred men (or this battalion. FBEE SAMPLE COUPON PTRAMID DnUG COMPANY, S31 Pyramid BIclff.. MarBball, Hfeb> Klnfliv ma n sampio of TmmU KbTrxtliaxit, ill plain wroupcf. Street city...'. ..i State CANADIAN -HOSPITAL REMOVED TO SERBIA Ottawa, Nov. No. 2 Canadian stationary hospital, in cliirge of Col. Slillllngton, Is being moved from its quarters at Le Toquet, France, was the most Im- portant news in from Mnjpr McKelvie Bell, second command ;of the received by Mrs. Bell. 'At the time of writing, all the equipment of the hospital had been packed, ar.d It IB'altogether' likely that by this Him -hospital has been te my' strength -failed.'' As the boiler was falling in