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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - November 14, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Friday, November 1-1, THE I'.KTflBRinOE DAILY HERALD Pajre 11 Electric November 15th fill November 25th Inclusive Iii order to reduce our immense stock of high grade Electric Fixtures, Portables and Shades, we are offering for 10 days, only our entire -stock in the above lilies at ACTUAL COST to avoid breakage in moving. 600 Electric Electric Shades These goods are in first class condition- Finish and guaranteed. All fixtures to be installed complete. "________ Fixtures From Up The Latent Designs CASH IPRICES ONLY Shades From 20c Up All Colors Phone637 McKENZIE CO, 708 3rd Ave. S. When Back :-THOUSANDS OF WORKMEN ENGAGED IN CON STRUCTING .HUGE EXHIBIT PALACES ON THE SHORES OF SAN FRANCISCO BAY; EXPOSITION IN 1915 EAT LESS ALSO TAKE A GLASS OF SALTS BEFORE EATING BREAKFAST No man or wlio eats meat regularly can make a mistake by llribhlng Urn' kidneys .occasionally. a well-known au'.liorily. .Meat forms uric acid whicli excites (ho kid- neys, tUuy become over .worked from (Ire firaiii, get sluggish .and Tail to filler tho'waate and poisons from tlic blood ihe'ii we get sick. .Nearly all rheiraialUm, headaches, liver trouble nervousness, dizziness., sleeplessness and disorders come from slug kidneys. The moiuent you feel a dull ache in the kidneys or your Lack hurts or the urlne'is cloudy, offensive, full o iicdtineat. irregular passage or at tended' by a sensation of scalding stop eating meat nad get ounces ot -Ind Salts'from any unarm .key; 'take a tablespoonful in a.Elas .of Malcr before breakfast and "in 'few days .your kidneys will act fine This famous salts is niade'from the acid of grapes and -lemon com- bined witfi lltiifa, and lias been used for generations to flush and stimulate ll'o kidneys, to neutralize tne "a'clds'in 'urir.r; so it no longer causes 'irrluitlon thus ending bladder weak- ness. Jed Sails 13 inexpensive and cannot niaVes a' delightful efferves- cent litMa-ivnler drink whieli every- one should lake now r.r.d then to keen (he kidneys clean and active and the blood pure. thereby avoliling-serioujj kidney coniiriicationV. For said oy .1. dfus- It F. P. IS LEFT ON Okoloks. Okotoks is Nov. tottn ol without a suhool hoard He A eoriiCT of MifMnCTj'Hmllj.'Cipf.-Ai CL Baker, Director of Exhibits, at (op; Harris D. H: Cannick. Director of Worlu, and Charles H. Green, Chief of Department of Manufactures B( batloni. anil has but one school is George Jloadlcy, SI. P. P. There are under normal conditions five members of the school board. An irate ratepayer, who docs not bdsltate to make complaints, made charges against four ot them of unlawfully do- lug business with HIB school board. "One man was charged with selling ihe jschoo! board its supply of coal, an- other selling it brooms and other anollier with placing insur- ance on the school buildings, timJ a fourth some such offence. These complaints made to the department, 'and the department through a .Calgary firm of lawyers the attention ot the trustees to the offence. After a short consulta- tion the four trustees tendered their caignntiou. And now OVoloVs .ithoui'a school board. O Polish Your- 'FurnituTCi vrilh 3-in-One'ozl Put a few drops of 3-b-Ons VA'o'n E srff cloih cut m ccld ivipe J-D-JI p tiTC. plinti now being (frown in nurseries. lthaiiKh Er.pland and .Germany Ufio' not to makf eoTemment.dis- fs at the IF by r.o mear.3 certain Ihtt Uiey will not "nariee Iheir deciwons.-? In any etent, V..Snlendid industrial "lEpreiantafion from both countries la e nf Oieir greatest. mwufftEtnr. will rank? mBmi- tiiTeTa.Qf EneTand In Ixmrfon-anrl ihr cxnoirf' r hn? established he quarters in is probably no one tiling o Its size in Alberta that Is receiving rr.ore attention at the present time limn the tfny ctl worm, which has caused fio much ilamagc to winter wheat, during the past year. Mr, (Strickland, tlie Dominion entomolo- gist at tlie Kxperimental (arm, is de- voting practically bis whole time to (he study of the habits of this pest, In nn endeavor to work out-.some ir.t'.ms n the' hand? of Or Alvin Fnp-ene Pope. AH to the boy or pir erernplifi ed. The usa nds of in nines'" from prospective visitors are ounnC'Ui upon the exposition man- Cement from all; portions .of thn Dr. James A- Barr. chief of he bateau nf is in tl ouen-with nf five Imndrcd ihp. world. The Pan am n -Pacific International SxpcsUion1 Is todny nsstircd ns the" exposition- of modern it ovcrshadnws" frates to nn feliruarv M..10J5. fV.e.exposilion i jtneclaclp pfcli'fls'no man has prnr rcheltf, Ar.H' U bn exhibit will Kive been ivery niece o' FtrihiaiT ind set urfln trir Tnc ferns, r.nd tbp vast of flnvrm bloom, 'vnll have become flrmTv The worV ftf the i teat naintcTP sculofors will be shown -in finished fjirm. In Voanty Anfl romplotcncss th- exnfl'i- tinn will jnetify hope of the wonderful proups of sculpture ttid nnd nanpier, nnd ihe mun n 1 American people for _ rrp; with honqrcds of thousands of efficient and belter cHhen win'Panama canal celebration in pallet niibe4 f iy 'diecitf (pot in" Lostro pwalile c-3ci; icb oS ca yoti to1.1 :W1I Sr.r .._ Spring It shiallest town in Llhe -u i-. worm docs not .illack spring and does not uinler in the form ol n Jn. Jlr. Strickland recently foutiil worms on Ihe livo-Snch root of one- winter wheat -plant Tlie speci- mens vary .in llic hninj; about l-24lli Inch in length. They are distributed- very cslcnslrely over the: south. The Chaniiplain inoTinmcnt far Ottn: u-ill he rtcctcd at XepCAii Voitit. (F ,j To 608 3rd Avenue South THE VALLET FRENCH DRY CLEANERS i THe place that does the swork. -factorily....... fr-i :PHONE 1812 .'And .ouf rig will call deliver. j-'g __.- JJL, -j_ iJ Magraih, Xov. wilt lie the for A number of weddings in Hie Garden Oily, among the num- ber being ot Miss Cecelia ycssey, rJaugiiler of Mr.-and Mrs. C, lo Mr. Georgo Diidloy. EOH of Mr. antf ilra. Charles II. Dudley, both of this town. the parties arc known in soclnl circles Iicre antl Ibo announcement of thctr approach weeding has caused n flurry among tho younger set, EUlor Karl Harder arrived home List night from Chicago, after spend Ing thc-finst two years inhering ns F (raveling lui.islonery in Ihe northern Stales mission of the Church o Christ of letter Day Saints. The Mftgrath creamery now run nint; and the butler produc cd Is of eplendM mcrll, nnd ccrtainl spcp-hs well of Uio new manager, Miss "Apnca i'etf leave i the morning (or her home in souUicr Ulnh, a'icr'living in .Magralh with rorlimen njo tho water. In the coiiBtructloa of. artrt I'ower new ".power rlflVit nt Cote St. It is ;hat nil are be Known until itiie power- company's tlmclteepeTs check up fo- morning. ......____ west- -boasting .yslC'iu. .of .the .town. is. an dipping place used by the Coch- rane Company years ago, When the Mormon Church bonghL the landznnd cattle a town site staked hero because of the excellent spring just ff'novc the town. The resi- dents uero wise enough to see a good vrater supply in Oils for the town immediately went to work to dig trenches and lay pipes lo bring ihe supply to their homes. The system 5ias.jii3l teen put in thorough repair for the winter, and no trouble i; from frost. George Wirfctnan lias moved house from hi.s ranch just oufside o town into the town limits, and wil henceforth be a real Hill Springer. Victor U6nnett of Purple Spring has heen visiting Ins brother, .Bernard fjill Spring.. Mr. Sloan ini" C- Smith; -Jeft Portland, Oregon, where, thoy will spend the-" winter at Mr. Stoan's home- Carl Tanner built ths first house in' Spring" and is now having ,lhe juikliutj repaired .under, the direction of Samuel Jackson. JCG- Parti's new home, is be- ing built by -Mr. Preslon Young, Is nearing completion. David Gibb has also started a new bouse. _.For n time of. money stringency Hill Spring is. having n real building boom. Boys were born last week to Mtv and Mrs. Alex Welshman and Mr. and Mrs, Andrew Peterfon, of lltil Spring" .Montreal Hoard of Trade ol Georgian Llay canal scheme.1 Drinking Men's You cdn KiVe.'-jo'lir.-.'arinWftg .lias' bands anil 'sons by. 'giving :tbem tho il Trdilmcril. Your hubbinds may 'flshllng tbc Srlnk bablt all th'ffr power but n'hen crAVIng for alcoholic coiftoa on they, 'canup( resfst, and tbe la JnuU Ihoy- ire' by, re- rented failures lo slop 'of thrfr' own nccord. Wilh n, certain and ruin -alaring thiim inHhc.fsCc you fhciilcl act Tor them a't'oncc nnil send liitin to the Ncal The N'eal Treatment Is a safe.' sure' vegetable remedy thai removes the craving lor drink. In three days without thS tia- of byrodcrmic 'Injections. ynli an get ,'sallslatlory rttcrcn or write or rjhone .for hoolite or Information, NEAL INSTITUTE, 820 13fh Avc. Wcsf, Calgary Phone __ Greeting An nxoliisivo assort nuait of tlic liost ever sliown in tlic city. Tlirsc cards nro blank you don't have fn uso ii slcrcotyjictl greeting. WE PRINT YOUR OWN GHEKT1NG IN OUR OWN I'LAXT AND DELIVER YOUR ORDEK FOUR HOURS and See Samples cr Phone Herald Job Department and.We will, .-Call. On ;