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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 14, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 14, 1914 THE LKTHBIUDGE DAILY P.8GE FIVE Saturday SPECIAL From 6. p. to 10 p. m. Will be Given on all CASH SALES FOR TONIGHT ONLY We will refund money, exchange goods or send goods on approval. Weare_not afraid of the quality of merchandise we sell. THE FOOT TOGGERY W. J. NELSON CO. Sherlock Block IN HEART OF CITY HOTEL SAYOI SEATTLE "Tn.IreStoiIeiof Sold Comfort" In the centre of tiilnga-theatrea and utorea both sidm. Bulldlnjr aboluttly juidniaiblt. EUROPEAN An Easy Way To Stop Head Noises Good Advice For Who Fear Deafness f Men'and women who are growing hard of hearing and who experience a Bluffy against their dccbmpanied by buzzing, rumbling, sounds in their heads like iv.itar falling or steam escaping should lake prompt and effective measures to stop this trouble Headnoises are al most invariably the forerunners "of complete or partial deafness and most deaf people suffer from them eon tly.' Sometimes these head noises WilUridud Rev. Mr.DenponNext Friday Evening A largely attended meeting of the Macieod Presbytey.-was.held in Knoi elmrcu yesterday afternoon, when matters tolB.iCQ sta- tions werii undei! discussion Dr. Grant, Superintendent ol Home MiaT sions. was outlined the budzet! proposals for IKio me amount I allotted to the Maclcod Presbytery bring J4500., Arrangements made for the induction of ReV. A H Dtooon, B D.. to November 2uth, at 8 p.m, fiev. Mr. MaaaKy of Taher, Moderator of the Presbytery, will preside and induct the new min- ister, Mr. Chalmers of Cowlcy, will preach, Rev Mr. Bryan o! St. Andrew's church will relate the steps, Rev Mr Murray of Coleman, moder- ator of the' Sj'nod of Mbcrta, will address the conaogatam, and- Rev. Mr Muncasttr of Blairmoire, the mm- ister It is possible also ROT. Dr R P_ Mfbkay Di the Laymoa s j Miss'onarj Moremcnt, will take part. The presbytery will meat for regu-j lar husmcss on, the same day Tho Allocated Board of Royal Academy oi Btoslc Royal College cf Music LONDON. ENGLAND. far Local Exainlaatieas In Maslc PAIUON Us Majesty lite King. _ Music Examlnntloos 19IB to Pupib oif all T Ths Annual in 'Pnictfrai V Music and Theory will be litld throilffhout Canniil in Mavnud Jiinc, Ah cxstrilB- atiou la Theory will be lieldNoveiiiher nth TQM, application to be made by October lit I9lrt. i An cilllbilion value abcMlt Jlw, tanuitlly cUo 3 Gold and 2 Silver Medals.i Evlubus, Muiic for the cxaminKtlonsiand nil particulars maybe obtained c-a tieulo H.UJIttG DAVIS, J7T Staler Sttut.tHmtnO. Sicrctary Iw Parents and Tcuchers to enter their pupils for ezaKiinatioos communicate with the SecretarV at 6nca aud have uttmea plated en damuglUL "-...w become so distracting and nerva rack I An excellent response was made last, mg witti their never ceasing "hum" I night to the appial 'or an ottering to; .i_i..- aimnat hfitn thn..pxtiBnses the Pros-; they drive tho sufferer almost frantic and complete nervous breakdown and otpn violent Insanity havo been known to result Thaoks to .a remarkable scientific discovery made recently in England it is now possible to almost instantly lessen the severity of these head noises and in a -very short time to completely and permanently overcome them With the disappearing of the head noises, the hearing also greatly Improves and very frequently can be res'ored to normal This English treatment is known as Parmmt and can be easily and safely self adminis- tered rt home Leading druggists in Lothbndge and vicinity now it inVtock. Get' from your druggist 1 oz. Pnrihint (DouWo-Strength) and mix it 'at home with pint of hot water and' 4 oi of granulated sugar Stir until diBEOl.eS and then take one taiblespoonful four times a day until the noises disappear and hearing im- proves Pariaint is used double in way not only to re- duce, by tonle action, the Inflamma- tion and swelling in the Eustachlan thbb and thus, to equalize the air iriife on Uio .drum correct'any excess of secretions in the middle ear and the results H gives are both re- mafkably quick and effective _____ WOMAN BURNED Mop, TO DEATH When her clothing caught fire as she was gasoline on a wood fire in the pourin Kitche stove at her home in Fort Roage this moining Mis Charles NobbSi aged 35, was -burned Her one year old was- so badly turned that it" cannot recover. help dtfray tho.expenses'of jfre pros-; byteiy meeting, and a sum j to covet all fie. expenses o{ those: attending from the smaller charges! and mission stations was contributed. Mr Mahafiy, jpoderater of the1 Presbyteri, presidoii last night's meeting, and Jtev. >Mr. Muncastcr of- fered prajer THANKED BY'. JUDGE ConssntecPto Postsonement of Chat- eauguay' Election -Trial Vnlleyfield, the consent of atr parties concerned, the petition proceeuings in connection with the- bye-eleetion havo been Indefinitely postponed; The proceeding arose out of ths el- ection of James 01 er Hon Sydney PUner, ,Wberal. The supporters of Mr. Flsljer con- tested ths election on the grounds of alleged bribery, and Mr. iJIorris en lerod a croas-ietitlon: i Tho postponement was brought about by' tha intervention of Sir Charles Davidson, chief justice of tho province, Jwho advised the trial judge, Charhonneau that it was In tho public Interest to shelve the case during the war CANDIDATE '.FOR CONGRESS FILES NOVEL REPORT D.C, NOT. 13 les H S Rohlneoo, Roxbury, Mass., ran tor. Congress in tl.e dis- trict on lEe Republican ticket, filad his report Capitol 'today It rertd A "I received nothing, promised nothing, expended Nothing, got nothing." Christian effective school are combihed IggBJaCTHarlairnamiiaMrMrii For prospectus write the Principal 6. I, WASHER; St. Thomas Oaf. :.82 Leave Chicago Arrive Toronto Arrive Montreal a.m. p.m. a.m. 'Tho year 1014 will go down in Hoard ol Trade annals as one oi the niost active and effective in VIK his- tory oi the organization. President Manioch'8 resume oi the things ac- tually accomplished anil the lields ol c-mleayor given at tliy incut- ing' Thursday, night, show tot ac- tion has been watchword through- out tiie year. The outstanding feature oi the work is in connection v.'ith the fanning interests in tfec south. Tlic tanners may rest assured that in the Lcthbriilge Board of Trade they havo an aggregation ol real friends. Not tie "selfish kind, although the niera- bi'rs 'recognize that whatever benefits the farmers, benefits them according- ly. There is not an activity connect- ed with agriculture which the board has not entered in one way or an- other, and they have usually made their voice heard.' The hoard has placed the'city on friendly terms with both the Provincial anil Dominion Governments, tha railways, the rain- ing interests, the farmers and prac- tically every enterprise or industry. Tha most notable achievements have been in connection with the Old Man river diversion project, an irrigation project to supply water to some acres of semi-aid land north oi the city. To the farmers in the j districts affected, the Board of Trade has lent every assistance, and they I have not finished yet. President Mar- h'ocir referred Thursday to tha usual "red" herring that had 'bten dragged across the trail of the scheme by Cleichtn and Co..'but stated that tbo Oleichen mourners wpuld have a. dif- ficult task to .convince lew termers in "tim south that irrigation would not j pay. Mr. Ma'rnocu has christened this proposed scheme as the "Lcthhridge NSrMicrn Irrigation Project." As an indication of what the Board has been doing all year, the two re- .solutions following, passed at last Might's meeting, will serve as exam- Moved by President, seconded by Mr. Turney That the Lethbridgo Board of Trade is glad to learn by si recent press despatch from Ottawa .that the Minister, of Agriculture has had the matter pi the establishment tf individual demonstration fields un- .der'advisement "With the director oi experimental farms, and that the im- mediate establishment of these fields', ate wcmiierinE why the council has out a notice asking for tenders iarmers is coirfemjiiated. for the office of secretary-treasurer While, fully appreciating''.the excel-1'and marshall. The present occupant j lent work at the Of oulce, Air Hodges, Ins only "1! i Low Round Trip Fares to Eastern Michigan Niagara Falls Route" Tickets are on sale daily December 1st to 31st, 1914, inclusive; return limit 3 months. In addition to numerous trains to local Michigan Central Canadian points, fast solid through trains provide un- matched service, Chicago to Toronto and Montreal via Miehigatt Central R. R. and Caaaslian Pacific Ey. p.m. Si a.m. p.m. p.m. -----....._: Also Low Round Trip Fares to and in connection with Trails Atlantic Steamship Lines Five Fast Trains Every Day Lcjvo Chicago Arrive New York Arrivs Boattm a. m. a. m. a. a. 1030 a. m. p. m. p. m. p.m. p.m. p. m. p.m. p.m. midnight a. m. Tickets are on sale daily November 7th to December 31st, return limit five months, and are good for stop-over at many points enroute, including nature's greatest Niagara Falls The Michigan Central is the only railroad passing directly oppwdto the Falls, and all day trains stop five minutes at Falls View Station. Apply to Tour local agent for tickets, or for complete infonnatfcm, applr te cur SPOKANE, 'WASH.. OFFICE, 4O5 Columbia Building .A. M. NYE, Traveling Agent Alta., November 11. All the business section of the town re long felt that there twcen them working farmer. and no one has any cause of com HVe respectiullv .point out to the Plaint against him It is round i minister of agriculture the special, tls tc.mi thah he is being discliarged heeas of this district in the OI mto I de'moaBtrotica fields, Ir- one of the councillors sons on wai-i rigation farming .tending to. intensi- night At the council meeting fusi-'farming'; Dry farming'with next woe', thcic will no doubt be a its..special problems as ,to the .best cohsilVation Copies of this resolution were directi- ea -to be scut to Hon. Martin Burrell, great dust "Vestrrdaj the imant girl1? of itfr I Sabey weie interred in the ca TO m SHU TO iion. marwn aurrcu, Uigratn cenictcr; It was a very Sinister of Agriculture, Ottawa; and hard blow to Mr ami Mrs tb'J-.'H. Grisdale B.Sc., Director of lose o[ ttle children on Sunday, Experimental Farms, Ottawa. other resolution, moved by W. J. and seconded by C. S. Farrow, was directed to be sent to .the. Premier and to the. Postmaster- i Getierai, and asked that the new I .pqstflfiicc building --be opened For use at'an early date. iWILL RESIGN CABINET j -AVasliiDgton, D.C., Nov., j tary, of Commerce-. in all jj) roll ability 'will resign from the Wil- to become chairman of commisBion. -ODihca the sore trirott slops iba eoagri, isiurinE restful nights. Ib (A 'Ssnd US postal for dtsarioliva CBUMlJSTa MILLIONAIRE AMERICAN CHAUFFEUR Chicago, I.I., III., grandson of the lateV MprshaH one of ilchtsfc boys, ia eerving aa an EnslIiHJarmy; chauffeur. To besiirb, tbe car oC" one of 'thei staff which" is a'position 'of BQIDO "hsaorjin the present.war, but yoiiBg JliyField's activities iri- behalf (his 'adajrtcd country.- ,aro only one the work being doao abroad cans- His etspfather, 'mmA, the-froiit., Thjtip country home of his mother. (tbe'forifOr. ,Mrfe.? Marshal] Field: Mm. atid her women nerrantg caring for' forty His equipped a hoipltal 1-VlmiTaI f nor the world already know country home has. been. to the her open o SO Years of Acge. How It May Be Paucd in Safety. ingithe Change bf'Life I was all run 'down. Iwai really too.weak to walk and was very despondent and thought I was going to die, but af- taking tydia E. H.Pinkham's Vegeta- ble Cprapeand and Blood Purifier my licalth and strength returned. Jam very thankful to you and -----------------------praise yourmtdicine :I have advised several women who suf- tf ANOTHER OLD HERALD :SOY .'WITH FIRST CANADIAN CQNTIN6ENT >Vancouver Island, B. C. No other medicine fprwonian'a ills has received such widorspr.jad anu unquah- fleil endorsement. We know of no othef medicine whioli has.sncti a> record of sue- aihati Lydia Vegeta- ble Compound, For more than ycsrj It hu bwn standard remedy for wo- man's lib tuch as inflammation, utcera- 'tiiSi, tamers, irregularities, periodic paiiu md Mrvons proatration, and ve beiiive it nnequal'.ed for wornw our- lug the period of chaiige.of life rt yom have the'sHprtitcstdonM 'that Lydia E. Plnkham's Vcgcta- bleCompoiinrt will liclpyou, write Riiv. W. Bcattic, of :lifl9 itccii elftctcd moilcrator rt( toba Prcshytorian yoiir loiwir will be op-iied, LANUN! PROPOSED SAILINGS Special Christmas Sailing St. John Direct to Liverpool S.S. HESPERIAN .............DECEMBER 4th S.S. SCANDINAVIAN .........DECEMBER 11th Montreal Direct to Glasgow S.S. PRETORIAN ........-.....NOVEMBER 24th Boston Direct to Glasgow S.S. SARDINIAN.............NOVEMBER 1Bth Reduced round trip railway tiCKets on sale Nover-bc" 7th to December 31st These tickets are good to return within five monthc. For full Information apply to any Railway or Steamship Agent, or W R ALLAN, GENERAL NORTHWESTERN AGENT, WINNIPEG. anil the otacr on Jlondal The first note on the prohibition I campaign was soumleil locally on Sunday, when the Ucv T Smith preacpcd a sermon in the rieaavtcr lan church dealing with tre subject K L Standard, o! London, Ont, has been notified of the death of his brother, Uaptt Fred W Stoddard of tire Wiltshire Regiment, 7tn Inlantej Brigade, in France A poor Frenchwoman m a wor- mandv village, has lour sons Bound- ed, German prisoners and two at the Her name is Batdille, Pieucli, for battle Albeit A Merfitt, imna; near Chat- was probably fatally injured while attempt jig to extract a shell from a teTolvtjr with a toiifs The Peterborough County Council votca ?100 lor tho Patriotic Fund and decided to memorialize tho Gov- ernmenirto increase the wolf Bounty from to WAR CUTS AUSTRIA'S TRADE Venice, Nov severely the trade of Austria has been, affected by the war is revealed m an official report of the Austrian ministry of W H Jennings, formerly a v member' of the Herald staff, and later of Calgary, joined the coloia and Is at Sal isbury Plain, where he is alpn rate la the ranks of the first Canadian contingent WHITE STAR-DOMINION LINE THREE SPECIAL XMAS SAILINGS From Portland From Halifax S S ARABIC-One Class Cabin (II) 1 Thurs, Dec. 3 toni, 600 ft Ions, 65 ft. wide) S S MEGANTIC .Sat, Dec. t Sun, Deo. 8 toni, 550 ft. long, 67 ft wide) S. S. ZFELAND Sat, Dec. 11 Sun, Deo. 13 tons, 680 ft long, 60 ft -wine) Regular Sailings from New Line, every Satur- day, White Star Line, ever, V.'li-scdsy Annual excursion rates on railways, November 7 to December 31. Aoolv for rates, reservations, etc, any Railway or S S. Agent, or to W. M MeLEOD, CW.PA, 333 MAIN ST., WINNIPEG_______ commerce, a copy of which has reached nero from Vienna. During the first nine jmontlis of the: yeari making the comparison with 1913, imports decreased >h4 exports Who'll Fay That Mortgage That other cause you no worry You know you can repay it if all goes But there's tile rtib What if things go wrong' Supposing you yonr'wife pay the mort- gage your in- come' An Imperial Endowment Polijcy for the amount of the in- sure -Ttpayment, WhetherVfttiJtvror die is no other njeaus of ttie case that leaves nothing to chance. And the annual in-vest- ment required is very at least when you consider the peace of mind it afford you Look at this problem don't wait The tages of life insurance are available only to in good health Send to-day for infor- mation about a policy to suit your particular need. To morrow may be toa late. Pianiit, latt .lunll of M. Morilt M cavtkl'of who will Milit Mr. Sim at hli violin in v. Mr. For famous "Moonlight LIU IMPERIAL LIFE turance Co. of Canada lead Office, Toronto iUt, ffidrict Muager, Ittiaitfl ;