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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 11, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 11, 1910 THE DAILY HERALD PAGE NINE g 5: O! s A i I feel silk, thanks to my new OSTERMOOR MATTRESS for 50 Years of Restful Sleep q If you have never enjoyed the luxury of restful sleep on a soft, resilient Oetermoor Mattress (and a Banner Spring) you have a treat in store. You will then realize that the Ostermoor means real rest for the rest of your life q Look for tlie name woven in the bind- ing, q Ask your dealer for the Ostermoor or write for agent's name. Tbe ALASKA BEDDING Co. Limited Makers of Ikilflvmli and Uadtliitg i ;U is I i I K: :W; iH' IS! MAP SHOWING THE RUMANIAN SITUATION Tlie Rumanians have thrust the onemy back farther went, notably ot Vulcan (Szurdukl Pass, where they had splendid victories In the Jllll valley. The most desperate fighting is going on in the Alt valley, In which sector the Invaders were the other day driven some miles north of Sala. truk. The shaded lections show the approximate gains. The troops which invaded Rumania been driven out through the Carpathian passes, is indicated by the arrows on this map. The British Empire and Ogilvie's Royal Household Flour They Are Both Made of the Right Stuff Use "ROYAL HOUSEHOLD" Flour and Win WESTERN MERCANTILE CO., SAM 8ADOWSKI, PROP. DISTRIBUTOR IN LETHBRIDQfi. IN ENGLAND No Sign Of Dropsy And Kidney Trouble Stacv Taking "FRUIT-A-TIVES" Tho following lotior lias been re- ceived from C. A. McUachom, of the 61fit Uuttcry In Unglund, hy lite fum- lly liure: Well. 1 wral.o you a hittor this uftor- noon, and an I huvo very little else to do I am tit it again. The Kilties got over here a week ano but are not at this camp. They are stationed at I Folkestone and Iho machino gun scc-_ have gono right over to France, j J'rotty sudden niovo; noxt week a' ;Iriffi ?OG here for IHO front, HO (hoy are losing no time. By thn way, it IK said..they am'a m-ut :ind up to'ilie mark. Tho ma- hiiui sun section wuro just about tho wuoU'fii. thing dial camo ovor hero, nil no" ilnuljt ai-fi a grout credit to Lel.libridge and Lieut. Frame. The HIM! the 15lHt. ami U8tl) all HATTIE WARREN Port July 8th, 1915. "We have used in our honsR for over throe yr jars ami have ahvays ibund thcin a pooc! medicine. GURUS POLICY ON Iturnl Municipalities' Organiza- tion Passes range for Convention came over together and arc ramp, ami I hr-ar many more, it hard to any, 20.000, and mon; mm all tint time. They are going to some men this winter. K looks a: re would be something doing. Tbe executive oi tho union of rural municipalities cf Alberta, which baH betonui an organization fully QH im- portant now as tlie U.F.A., has finally passed a resolution outlining the pol- icy and recommendations of tlie or- ganisation as regards rural hospitals, question that IB engaging the atten- tion of the best thtukern of Alberta today. A. J. II. Dotmliop, of Foremost, re- turned yesterday from Calgary where! as mumbor of the executive of the rur- al munictjifllitioH, he attended a meet- j ing uf tho uxficutK'o, where several j matters of importance were discussed, i Tlie members are: President, J. Lamb, vice-president.) W. j. Joclnnan; directors, 11. j Uright, of Macleod, and Mr. Douahoe. j Armngememn were madn at tlifi meeting for the annual convention of j thy association which takes place i I wasUirralcncdwithPropsy. Ucrlimbs 7, 3 ,aml 101 u.. incorporated into an act of tho Prnv- from 6 in the morning to 11 at night feeding countless soldiers from all corners of the earth. _...eHj- Picadilly and perary. The tirst went to Cashel; the second to Clonghjordan, ajid the third to Ballinderry. In addition there have also gone to the same couaty of .the disthressful counthry the Lesion _____ j Of Honor to the Hon. C. Rettie, son of Vlen in Ten Years, Is! Lord Dunalley. H. M. L.: a'.so several military crosses and D.C.M.'s. Lieuten. ant Segrave, K. .F. C., who recently fell 7000 feet, comes from the border. VAST ARMY FOR RUSSIA Forty Million Men in Ten Years, Dream of One General Now 'John L. Balderston, war critic and correspondent, in a dispatch to the Sun 1'rom London says: Russia does not Intend to be caught napping again. While the allies in the west are talking about "the war that shall end war" and the millenium LITTLEST LADY DOESN'T ARGUE WITH HUSBAND A Middlcboi'o. Mass., Nov. ope put logethi There hue oome under my notice semi-official meniorandum on the needs bands. "Don't argue with him. Let him' have his own win him i to your way when he doesn't know of the future Russian army, prepared u j, recipe Of the littlest lady in the In Pnfrnfrv-xJ hv flpn A P Rlriitrnrwv.' in Petrograd by Gen. A. P. Skugnrev ski. His figures, anliei'ly presented and all hacked up by rows of other -figures based on population, national wealth and experiences of. the present war, are such as to stagger the imag- ination. If RussiaJights again in ten years. Gen. Skugarevski's memoran- dum indicates that in his opinion her war strength will he approximately as follows: officers. to infantry. to ctrvfllry. MOO.OOO artillery- sappers, electricians, tech- nical experts, of all kinds. for duties in the rear, tran- sport, railways, hospitals.' etc. cannon. machine guns. About motor oars, armored cars for fighting, lorries and light cars. About aeroplanes. 1000 dirigibles. land. DIES IN HER 102ND YEAR Valleyfield. Que., Nov. railo Leclftir, wUIow of Bttri- tcau, is dealt nt the ago of 101 yoars j and (our nionths. She leaves two I sons and.a daughter, tho latter being 70 years of flAYBEUSEO WITH SWEET MILK SOUR MILK CR WATER Best by Test ince of Alberta, and that a draft of this" act be submitted to each joint committee as soon as possible. The standing committee, consisting of Jlr. H. H. Wopd and Mrs. W. Parl- by. on behalf of the United Farmers oi Alberta and the United Farm Wo- men of Alberta, and Messrs. 3. H. Lamb ani} Greenfield, representing L. I. U. and Rural Municipalities, was appointed to present the case to the government and deal with any details or possible emergencies which might attention rnea.nwhile. ONLY WAR VETERANS NEED APPLY from various Rural Hospitals coining to an end. already in existence. j Many Records'Created Any other facts bearing on the 1.____________ necessity and desirability such an enterprise, information must be distribut- Trigade i ed free ill the districts to which it re- fers. We recomnjoncl that the department of municipal affaire be made respon- sible for the gathering of this infor- mation and that the government he 'to assume the cost of print- clare his decision in months' time. ENO'S Calgary, Nov. local war; veterans' club decided last night to j accept no more men as members who had not actnclly been undc-r lire. They found that ur.unied men who had only} got as far us England wero gaining a majority in the club; THOS. THAUBURN Oi Brauipton, Ont.. newly olf.ctcd 'resident of tho Ontario Curling nssoolstlbll.: He .Is one of the best known curlcrj and bowlen in the district.. early morning dose of END'S FRUIT SALT "responsible for many a man's good health and business efficiency. A spoopful in a! glass of water before breakfast means a clear brain for clear thinking, a hearty appetite and a good digestion. It not only vnatcs but keeps you it is a natural remedy. Try ENO'S for a few 'mornings and notice how much better you invigorated as a. result of its purifying, cleansing proper- ties." there is only one Don't be per- suaded to' buy worthless imitations. Get at your Dniggist's. Fntare J only iy J. C END, "Fruit Silt Worki." IONDON, Actab for North Antiiu HAROLD F. RITCHIE CO. LIMITED 11 McCAUL STREET, TOROMTO (6) istitutes n wiU nl crack tic lulkr. preserve lie lttutou4.hc It. ll.u. F. F. OUUET CO. OF LM. HinlltM BUCK-WHITE-TAN KEEP YOUR SHOES NEAT ;