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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 17, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGEF.IGI1T TilK LETtlimmr.H DAILY HRRALD- FRIDAY, NOVKMItlili 17, I (MR NASAL AM) THROAT i CATARRH Cured by VENO'S LIGHTNING COUGH CURE. As a for Catarrh in nil Its various tonnii, Ver.o.s London, fomi.. Nov. 17.-A1- CUV6 is _ omi'irmillv principles Ui V( UK Of on, K HOT [0i. U-kh iriemls. asked about Ms j Ihe severity ot tlie i "''After Icavi.iR theatre (be captain i (v Jt.up ll'.rcniuout ..naaa. I pi-.a to converse will! persons on the way. In the mraiiti-.m- thorough pro-: FOR IRELAND'S ILLS i been made for j j Machinery of the boat had been test-; British Editor Home Rule Is the lliiys before and the craft ivas provi-. Only rlcmcdy 'slimed. First of all. the lights at the1 v G U-irdi'i.-r. editor of p'.e.- were and the Londea A. t.. 0.11 the Daily -News. an m viow, tl.e river to see paper on the IrUh problem says: CQurse clear. Then the Kciimond sat down in the L0-t thai nrotcete-d the en- of re-unions on Wcdnvstiay LL, tl5L' ;uu-ket was bau'ed np. rfli'inion I Jo thinK raiy one. not: _Yt one o'eloek the tf.ys Alert and bkter opponent, could T A. Scott. ,lr.. of the T. A. Pentt j 1-ive "tiW'i wi'liou; teo'.inp Hiat ibis Co.. steamed to the :f.'r., n fail f.gtirc before pontoon bearing tlie h'.sli fence: ii In iiedtuond's recital we sloaA betv.-eon the Wilieha.I and to sv.d'. a hiimiliatius nv-ord was to one :r.u of mr-in triers, ins'jits af.d outrages at 0Vlwk the relltselilaiiil in the of this Iiell down the Thames. j on a ?mal! people engasrf in j------------------------_ j b--ipin? us i Lorome-'- u> -i SpoHanc. Wash.. Nov. IS. vct b-> too !ate to turn events i Atjerdeeti Ahvood, who told tile cour. "rt frcni'-'ie'traric path into which she was oniy 14 years old when she rlTov nv" drifted bv crantini Home married Wilfield Ahvood, at -There i- onlv one Alberta, last year, was granted a ill- re-ncdv which won I vorce by Jrilge Blake in the superior us :-ad saved L-atrnJajenurt yesterday. She declared she, t0 Iliad been deserted. j Tomorrow Afternoon from 3 to 5 And in the Evening' at At Wilson's Auction Rooms, 427 5th St. S. Consisting- of Dry Goods, Smallwares, Boots and Shoes, Toques, Children's Mitts and Gloves, Ladies' and Men's Sweaters and Men's Leather Mitts. Also in the evening we will sell one gramophone and records; one cornet; one child's sewing machine; one bust form, siie 36 and a quantity of ladies' and gents' sweaters. TERMS CASH. PHONE 1023. w. L. WiLSOfJ, AUCTIONEER Ottawa, Nov. Wilfrid l.iiur- iur in an liere last de- clared that tin- only tiling that really mattered. lie said, was the t.-f tlie war. That was nioro important than tin: triumph of any political par- ty. It hail been Sir by Hon. A. K. Kemp and by il. n. Meishen that narliaT.-'iu is to K- asked for an I'Xler.ston oC iinie aiul tli-u in the ot a the n-- sr.M'sil'ility would lie pkn-.1 on llio Liberal '-arty and hiins.Mf. "i afraid of saiii the Llberit1- leader. "1 h.u-.- t.iki-'.i ii 'P.fuiy occasions, having ill view the welfare of Canada. Til11 of rrsl'onsibili'y h.'is no terrovs tor me, run we shall aivait lh-; of tin- sovcrnmo'r; S'M II see 'the they put and then will be equal to the. re- sponsibility." Pir U'lliri-l said ilrit it siiu'v.vil that fro-ii li-.e start tune has bi-tii disputations an.l uiuir.'-els in the cove-nmeii'. It eil Ih.-.l no: any tinu- had there ln-eti a firm han'. at the helm. Under such eircuntsta it was folly lor tlie Caiiailian people to efficiency Tbfit1 had I'een from lite front of i.'.ck of meiit and thatj Canailians had died because they wore not properly arme.i. Tile corespond- ence lieC.veea Sir Robert ami his ex-1 minister to be justification lor Sir Wilfrid said that Sir Thomas; Tait. chairman of the national service j commission, had been compelled to j because of this jarring and ,lis.: cord. On the very day that Sir Thorn-, as resigned. Sir Robert Border had j coolly and gladly asked him to take part.' To have accepted, Sir Wilfrid declared, would have been to continue the existing condition of things. Gen Sir II L Smit'.i-Dorrien inspeeting Dnlwieh College O.T.C. llo addressed the boys and deplored the cle- iv many of th-e present day post cards, posters and cinema films. SmiHi-Dorrien commanded the Urica, ami an army corps in Prance in the earlier part of the present war. iie wns aniicr- sedAl -mysterious reason and wos announced to have been appointed to command the, British forces in Herman East Africa, but so far as known has never taken over that command. WANTED YOUR FURNACE TO REPAIR Geo. K. Dixon Co., PHONE 1057 hEAR STAFFORD BLOCK Ottawa, Nov. Sir Sam, Hushes loft for his home Lindsay last nfyht ho denied the report thai Sir William Mackenzie and Wallace Nesbltt. itad come down hero to gel Sir liobert to change his mind In re- gard'to his rcnuost for Sir Sam's dis- missal. "They came to try and In- duce an amicable he said. NEW STRENGTH FOR LAME BACK. NO TiCE OF mm is mm. With a balmy chinook blowing and the shining- 'jrightly, the snow is fast disappearing today and farm- ers are preparing for another spell of threshing. Some threshing rigs are working today along the Aldersyile branch ar.d with a continuance of tills weather, many others will be running Some outfits are tied up for the season, ovring to lack of men, hut the farmers are sping lo exchange work in an endeavor to keen as many as possible working. Shipments from the" district continue ,heavy, be- in- ivcil over the mark daily. cape seems to have become epidemic at the rdcrrissey internment camp lately. Following upon the oscnpe of three prisoners from the camp a few days ago. comes the an- nouncement that three of the prison- ers, who -were working under guard in tho timber, cutting wood for the use of the camp, made a get-away yes- terday. The timber in which they working was at once .surround- ed, except the side bordering upon the river, and guards worn kept out I all night, but it was found this morn-j ing that tho-mcn had crossed the: stream on the ice and were not to be i FORMER LOC Letter Telia of Long-looted-for Dear Mr. Editor suffered fora lame back and n constant tired worn-out feeling. At times I wai nimble to stand erect and' ecarcel] able to get around. It would usualli come on at first with crick in cmat of my back. I took one bos of Dr. Pierce's Anuric Tablets and my commenced to get better soon aftei starting to take them. I did nol liave to walk doubled over as I did I before using the "Anuric." It is the best, remedy I have ever taken foi what it in intended to relieve. I hope those who ore in need of such a remedy will give the "Anuric Xubleta" a trial. (Signed) A. G. loujj list, published today, of i awarded Canadian soldiers for I bravery on tliu iiuhl appears the immo NOTE- Up to this time, "Anuric" W? not been on sale to tlie public, but by tho persuasion, of many patients and tlie increased demand for this wonder- ful healing tablet, Doctor Tierce has finally decided to put it into the drug stores of this country within immedi- ate reach of all sufferers- AMD Storm Sashes ALL SIZES RI'GHT PRICES. BEGKEIl YATES PHONE 1384. "i S-ice, who MiH- Another former I.ethbrulgc man ap- partv bavins been at aynes atten- ing a dance No trace of the runaway Pears in the honor list. Lieut. Arthur Kittso of th artillei has been risoners has yet been D. Kittsoj of the artilleiy has bee R. F. Oreen. of the National Service; awarded the Military Lieu. Board was In -town last night and' Kittson was for a short time n mom- 1 left by the westbound train this morn- her of the rcnorlurliil staff of llio :ing for CranbrooK-. Xo public meet- 1 Lethbridge Daily News. Mng was held lint conferences 'were had with several on the townspeople) S. A. Baird. a well known Victoria, regarding tlie subject of resiEtration! B.C. Realty dealer, is dead. -He c.ame and recruiting. 'rcmi Brandon, .Man. ery, proven by years to be the greatest general tonic. Sena 10 cents to Dr. V.M. Pierce, Buffalo, V V., (or larec Iria! package. At any rate don't give up hope of neinE cured of your malady until just a 'few dosei of Annric" have proven that it will make yon feel like different person. Please insert this letter in conspicuous plaee in your paper. Ind the first opportunity you have to call personally do so and look oiir exceptionally fine lilies'. We offergift article AvMch pleasing, rtnrable, sensible, ami suitable for all your friends. Make your selection early, and order early, so as to iun-e all the advantage of an unbroken assortment. 'Of course we have made provision for big business, but it always that there is a big run on certain lines which sometimes quickly exhausts our supply. You can avoid disappointment by ordering early. Gifts for The Boys POCKET KNIVES, from 76o to SETS OF KNIVES, FORKS AND SPOONS, from to to .POCKET BOOKS, from 75o to FOUNTAIN PENS, from to ?2.50. ICK PINS and CUFF BUTTONS and LINKS, from 75c to And Many Other.Useful Gifts Which Space .Will Not Allow. Gifts for The Girls MANICURE SETS, from to SCISSORS, Sets from to BED ROOM CLOCKS, from to SEWING SETS, from to TRAVELLING COMPANIONS, from to HAND SATCHELS, from S1.25 to 56.00. PHOTO FRAMES, from to S4.50. PFARL BEADS, from to 55.00. PERFUME DOTTLES, from to JEWEL BOXES and CASES, from 51.75 to SILVER S5c to tl.SO. STONE SET RINGS, from to AND OTHER USEFUL GIFTS. GIFTS FOR THE DRESSING CASES, from S5.00 to SMOKING SETS, from 53.25 to MILITARY BRUSHES, from 52.50 to SAFETY RAZORS, from to THERMOS BOTTLES and FLASKS, from to BED ROOM CLOCKS, f.-ORvSS.OO to CIGAR CASES, from to PIPES, from to WATCHES, from to 5135.00. CHAINS AND FOES, from to FOUNTAIN PENS, from 51.50 t o GOLD EYE GLASSES, 'n FIELD GLASSES, from to LETTER CASES AND BILL BOCHvb, from to PHOTO from S2.GO to GOLD HEADED CANES and UMBRELLAS, from to S20.00 ALSO OTHER USEFUL PRESENTS. EYE SPECIALIST IN CIIAKGF. OF OPTICAL DEPAKTMEXT. THE CITY'S LK A DING.JEWELER ESTABLISH Issuer of Marriage Licenses Lcthhrhlse Albc-iia a NO, WITNESSES REQUIRED -Gifts for The'Ladies FOR MOTHER SISTER. AUNT. COUSIN OR LADY FRIEND. CARVING SETS, from to MANICURE SETS, from to TRAV UI ING COMPANIONS, from S10.00 to 400.00. OF CUTLERY, from to CUT Gl-ASS SELFf.TIONS, from to BRASS GOODS, from to CHAFING DISHES, from to EEOMY GOODS, from to TOILET SETS, from to GOLD HEADED UMBRELLAS, from to CABINET OF STIRLING SILVER, from to each. PERCOLATORS, from to DIAMOND RINGS, from to DIAMOND BROOCHES, from to DIAMOND EARRINGS, from to S276.00. GOLD SPFCTAOLES ami EYE GLASSES, from to FOUNTAIN AND PEARL'PENS, from to STERLING AND PLATED TEA SETS, from W5.00 to LIMOGE CHINA TEA AND DINNER SETS, from to LADIES' HAND BAGS, from to HAND PAINTED CHINA, from to SOUVENIR SPOONS, from to SOUVENJR SKIRT PINS, from 75c to FANCY HAIR COMBS, from to OPERA GLASSES, from tn LORGNETTES, from to 515.00. AND OTHER USEFUL GIFTS. ;