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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - November 12, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta 14 "'w6* FIUIUT, NOVEMBER l^W*^ gains Phone 767 toaVloo.rta, sack �tnr"J2 'price. " Trfu Cocoa; 1 lb. ;........�*e fly's Cocoa? % lb- .........� JtT's Cocoa; lb.........1wa^;?t^ victim^ glv^l en� to *he Herald today, 'muM- it;' more evident" than ever- thaV the pluck of the constable waaV remarkable. Murpbjr.'s "horse struck a>barbed wire fence, but the constable, vu not thrown. The wire broke and Iwung, catching on Murphy's leg. The horse .bolted, and the wire ripped along the constable's leg, tearing k horrible gash,; and almost severing the leg. The constable, with tremendous pluck, rode two milea tatter to the shack of a homesteader."' The homesteader got word to Sergt. Mundy, at Coutta, who arranged to bring the constable in. Const. Murphy is-now in:the Gait hospital doing as well as can be expected. May Turn Machine Gun Money Over to The Patriotic Fund Ottawa, Nor. 11. - An announcement of considerable interest to the public bodies, communities and private individuals who,] during'the ire-cent months have contributed money fox machine guns was made today from the office fof the prime minister. In the announcement it is intimated that funds contributed' by the public will, not be used for the purchase of machine guns, an ample supply of which, it is said, is, being purchased by the government. No intimation' is given as, to what will be dor* with the . two millions, collected-throughout the Dominion for the purchase of machine guns,'but it is thought, likely that the; contributors may be asked to let their gifts go into the Canadian Patriotic fund, for the relief of the dependents of soldiers. -- . Nothing Stops This Man The man with vigorous, virile health, and a clear mind, who brushes away obstacles, and rejoices in overcoming difficulties, is bound to succeed. His is the joyous outlook on life. - Physical and mental conditions like these come .largely through proper eating-"Food makes the man." Now it is a fact-attested by food experts-that the : imodern dietary is woefully lacking in the very elemen I t|iat put success into a man. They are the mineral salts : ^Phosphate of Potash, etc. White bread is almost wholly lacking in them. But there is one food that richly supplies these vital elements, and that food is Grape-Nuts ' f'l'^Jfade from whole wheat and barley, Grape-Nei* fjCon^ains'' all: the nutriment of the grain, including the ^�MibJe mineral salts. It is easily digested, is concen-^^^"^d-biis; delicious taste. A daily ration of Grape-'Jftlbl aJpnjj'^^other food -helps build vigorous bodies , -sold by Grocers everywhere. GerealGo., Ltd., Windsor, On t. SPECIALS FOR THIS WEEK-END We have a Full Line of Poultry, Veal and Lamb. Nowhere else in the city can you get the same Quality and Selection of Meats. are supplying hundreds of particular customers -with our brands of Butter. Finest Shamrock Creamery, 40c per lb. Finest Crown Creamery, 35c per lb. Fin:st Donnybrook Dairy, 3!bvlor $1.00. Our business is the largest, and our patrons demand, the best. Our products come under the Pure Food Laws^feanada. ; BURNS & CO., LIMITED MAIN MARKET--3rd Avenue South. Phones 412 and 1388. , DOMINION MARKET-Corner 4th Ave. and 6th St. S. Phone 1654.: PALACE MARKET-13th Street North. Phone 431. Police Court Busy i The pr�sesc� of'threslien In-gTMt nrimbers in the 6ity may be responsible, hut whatever it is, the police court.- dock, ass been filled to orer-flowlng during the past Xew dsrs with those who have partaken very indiscreetly of the flowing- bowl, and'have made themselves unpleasantly con-| spfcuons thereby. ' This morning ten i such faced the police magistrate and were sentenced to pay the usual fine. Much trouble in the way of"!pickpocketing is also being experienced by the police. Severs] cases of theft have been heard d,urlng the week, and ee-ppm* t ail sentences handed out. Yesterday, H. Rose was given three months for theft of money, it being alleged that he rolled a boon companion while drunk. Hotels Overcrowded THE EASIEST WAY TO END DANDRUFF rare way that never remove dandruff completely There is one falls to and that Is to dissolve it. This destroys it entirely. To do this, Just get about four ounces of plain, ordinary liquid arvon; apply It at night when retiring; use enough to moisten the scalp and rub it In gently with the finger .tips. * j . By morning, most If not all, of your dandruff will be gone,: and three: or four. more applications .will completely dissolve and entirely destroy every single sign: and trace of it, no matter how much dandruff you:may have. You will find, too, that all Itching and digging'of the scalp will stop Instantly,, and. your hair, will be fluffy, lustrous, glossy, silky and soft, and look and feel a hundred times better. You can get liquid, arvon at any i drug" store. It is inexpensive and four ounces is all you will need. This simple remedy has never been known to fail.-Advertisement Compulsion in Old Land at Early Date London, Nov. 11.-A strong intima- Not since the Dry-Fanning Congress in 1912, three years ago have the hotels of the city been so overcrowded with visitors: Every possible corner in the hotels la occupied these  . nights, and much difficulty Is found ��tion 01 compulsion at an early date in providing accommodation for all' is contained in a statement tonight whJ? C0Me- , t 1 v.. by the Earl of Derbv, director of re- The delay to the threshing by the .1 cruiting TJjjs statement j8 made. as snow has Riled the city with hundreds of threshers, many of whom are'staying at the hotels. In addition to thlB the traffic from the trains has been particularly heavy during the post week! ' % ' ., '� .; . . .. ': Je in two weeks to Maid*. Lord Derby declares, with the authority of the prime minister. It says: "If young men, medically fit and not indispensable in any business ol national importance or � any business conducted for the general good.of the community do not come forward, voluntarily, before November 30, the government will, after that date, take the. nicessary steps to redeem the pledge made on Novembers." On the dats referred to Premier Asquith announced in the house ot commons, that if young men did not pome forward voluntarily and enlist, "other and compulsory measures would be taken ;core*married men wrre called upon to fill their engagement to serve." Lord Derby adds : "Whether a man is indispensable or not to his business will be decided, not by the man or his employer, but by competent authorities and tribunals, which are being set up to consider such cases." LUNG-RACKING COUGH ' Yields to Our Cod Liver Remedy, Vinol. and Iron To the people of Lethbridge, we. I make this offer-Come to our store j and buy a bottle of Vinol, if it does not cure your chronic cough or hang-on, cold, we will give your money back. Read this convincing letter. "For seven years I had a lung racking cough which made sleep impossible, and caused great distress. I also bad asthma. I was obliged to sit up all night for weeks at a time. I spent a great deal of money in search of relief, but failed until I used Vinol, but it has acted like a charm. I can lie down and sleep all night without coughing, and one night's rest such as I now enjoy is priceless. Since I have taken Vino' I have had no cough or symptoms of asthma, and it is a genuine pleasure to testify to the excellence of,Vinol." W. B. McMurtrie, Station Agent M & O. Ry. Co., Willisville, 111. Don't forget toe a