Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 20, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta
PAGE SIX THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 20, 1914 GFKM TKKMPAIMH S trucks are needed to transport the big guns which Germany intends Calais "to Jire clean across the English Channel.'' CREDITORS SALE! A Trade Attrac- tion of Powerful Proportions in High Grade FURS! For Men and Women DISTRICT NEWS AT THE Royal Store Clothes Dress Suits that look the part You -will find 'that inort of -the best dressed men, both young and old, at any smart function held in the leading cities of Canada, wear Fashion-Craft Clothes with a consciousness of know- ing they are well and suitably dressed. OBTAINABLE AT L.KEEL LETHBRIDGE ALBERTA :NEWS 'OF LOMOND Lomond'looks like-the nucleus of-a city now, with its telegraph line.1 Quite a few from here attended the stampede in Vulcan, and they pro- nounced it.fjne., G. Whitley bad the misfortune of finding his mule with a broken lej the other morning. Indications point to the fact that it might have been shot. Hunters should be careful. -Miss Farrow is filling the position of postmistress i Wilson's Mr. Smith has his new boarding house in working order. Most of the Lomond population ...____ have hail the attack of fever and en you, build you up, ward off worse sick-1 some are very sick yat. It is believ-f -pretext family. That ed that the drinking water is the j tiling we have in Reiall Olive Oil EmuU cause more or.less, sion. In offering it to you, we protect you 'Abe Parker, who has beea serious- j against money-risk, by personally prom- ly ill, is improving, 'we are. glad to j ising you that, if it does not restore your sav. health, we will give back vour money with- out word or question.. Vv e beliefs it is the best builder of health, energy and strength you can get. It is helping many of neighbors. If it don't help you, we will giv WHES YOU'RE SIGK YOUR WAGES STOP You know what that You know you can't afford to get sick. Messrs. Marshal'! j Keeping in good health means food and clothing for you and your family. It.is up to you to take care of yourself. It is up to you, whenever you don't feel right, to talcs something to make you right, 10 strength- Your Dinner is Usually a Success when there is no question about the quality of YOUR MEAT COURSE You're always sure of our meats; the very ways satisfying' to I he most critical guest-at an elaborate dinner, or for your own lunch. THE ALBERTA MEA'FMARKET "The Highest in Quality but Not in Price" R. COULTRY, Prop. PHONE 492 APPLES FOB CANADIAN ENGLAND RETLAW NEWS. Galleuder, who has had charge oi the riiillinery store here, gone to her sister's, at Bassano. "Mrs. Jutfsori has moved her inillin- back .your money. Rer-all Olive Oil Emulsion is composed principally of pure Olive Oil and the Hypo- _____ _________________ _ ery stock back to Tuber, so we are Phosphites. Each has long been now without a millinery store new. j bY successful physicians. Herein- are tor The storm on Friday eveulng did j the first time combined.. The result is a riot bring much snpv.% but it has giv- en7 us a touch1 of winter weather, and remarkable nerve, blood and strength- building remedy "that .is both food and j t laoks as if our farm operations are medicine, For all who arc nervous run i at ah end tor this-year.. However down and debmtaterf-rw> matter wMt hero has teen several thousand acres for old people; for convalescents made ready for wheat stfwins in the puny .cmldren, we .know ot noth-ngl English -women distributing apples to the soldiers -Of the First Canadian Contingent, on Salisbury Plains. n Made in Canada from British Fabrics Nellie Emma Oliver is suing her husband, Samuel Edwin Oliver, divorce at Nelson: for The corporation .of Revelstoke lias spent on new cement side valks this year. Auction Sale OF HARDWARE Positively No Reserve SATURDAY at and 's Hardware Store Fifth Street, South spring during the past six Ernest Dormy Is building-'an en- rlosed'porch on the west side of'-Geo. -asner's. Jtpw home, and is now-'mak- ng some improveineafs on the hotel light and power house. On account of a shortage of feed, some of our farmers are selling off iHeinchteKens; huno'feit'have been sold to our local dealers the past week at C cents per for fowls and 9 cents per 'Ib. for' springs, live weight; this makes an average of on- ly 25 to ?S cents, apiece, if, is no price, at .all, compared with we pay for tilings we inust have. -SThe on- ly excuse, is .we must sell them. There was a turkey Friday evening. They were a lot that had been bought up, and this method as taken to dispose of them. Remember our church meetings are the U. F. A. hall in Hetlaw, every Sunday 7.30. This coldfsnap TfciH.JMH the .grain fields, cut off our supply of milk and butter. The price of good butter 'will go up now. that will give health and strength as quickly I NURSEr AND .COSSACK U.erve as Recall Olive Oil Emulsion. It is a. real builderof good blood, strong muscles, good digestion.- Pleasant to take, it centals no j alcohol or habit-forming dnigs. If yout don't feel well, economize both monej and j strength by beginning today to take Pcxall Olive Ofl Emulsion! Sold only at the Rexall Stores, and in this .tpwnpnly by us SI 00 J. D: Limited. j Knight; Errant Rescue, in a A Noble Deed '1GS RUNNINGS' AT LARGE -'ARE NUISANCE A great many-complaints coine to band regarding" difficulties between neighbors because of pigs being al- owed to run at large. It does not appear to be generally GRIT' OF' AUSTRALIAN VOLUNTEER eluded in the Overseas, .Expedition miles tp'th'e nearest Hei-gotL and "thence" trav-1 ___3d 450 miles by rail to Adelaide but found there were-no vacancie- i j the Light Horse sectipn. i He then telegraphed to Tasmann I But .was again disappointed. He ha-- now joined the Light Horse here, and is at 'his own expense Aid. C. B. Keenleysfde is in tli; 11. UUBB iiuw ujjpeai LU irtj TT :nown that the Legislature of 1913 a mayoralty candidate m Re nacted a law to'meet such .cases. It s known as an "Act for Restraining dangerous and" Mischievous which' reads' in'part'as follows: "On information made on oath her ore1 a justice- of tha peace that the ccused owns or has in his.'posses- ion any cross op dangerous or no tor; ibsly bre'echy or mischievous animal r animals, and that the said animal r animals, are.'not confined or re-, .rained in to pro-! ect 'the or loss uch justice majVwien the'dwner o animal or animals is known, is ue, a summons; dirscted to such per m' or stating ttie matter o 'piplaint and-requiring such iraon or perso'ns to appear befor in at-a certain time and place there in stated to answer such complaint and upon conviction on tlie: evidence of'two witnesses other than th'e the justice Eiay make an, order 'with or without costs requiring the accused to confine or re strain such animator animals in such manner as may ap pear necessary." Most justices htfid, and the Attor ney-General's department approves that, one, of' that wouk cause an animal'to be "mis chievous" is that it.has-been, known to break through, jump.over, or craw, under a lawful fence. observed, therefore, thai order to-avail oneself of the pfo- tection intended to ho given by this Act, the land animal is trespassing-be by 'such fence. It Is not, however, -necsisary that the entire farm be do enclosed- If the poultry'yard or tho surrounded.by a lawful fence, and tha 'animals are" found trespassing therein, they may be pro- ceeded against under this Act. gina. Safety First" CHAMPAGNE MISFORTUNES veil-known' champagne merchant, M Mumm, has tared bscils in tho war. His cellars at Ilheims lome time ago, nnd now his stablen, consisting ot ten race- horses, near have also been taken possession of by the fVench authorities, while he himself Is under police was bom with the "Cat's Paw" Rubber HeeL Nearly ten years ago, we began to tell you about 'Tread Soflly-StepSafely' Naturally, you want the rubber heels that insure Do you always get them? Insist on having CATSPAAV Rubber Heels 50c.-put on AJldeaiers-or write us. couple of Red Cross nurses, who were collecting tho wounded with an ambulance and or- on a battlefield fringed -iy a'forest, were suddenly surprised bv'a German officer and several men. Th'e officer rode up to. the nurses arid .ta orderlies, 'who were, unarmed. .an< helpless. One nurse fainted, and lay hidden in the grass, but the officer, strap ping the wrist of the other, clraggei her along after his horse to the wood She lost her footing and received se vere injuries. Suddenly a Cossack appeared, nnd pursued the German. The officer Cossack overtook him and piercet him with his lance, unstrapped the girl's wrists, her on the dead German's horse and brought her to Hardly had her wounds been dress ed and had fallen asleep when pital and the nurse had her face bad- ly burned. She is now in Petrograd, and is News. HOME. RULE AGAIN IN BALANCE Irish Must Help in War or -Give Up London, Nov. 17. "We hare got either to -bid goodby to home rule or help England honestly 'in tliiB war, said William O'Brien, member of the house of leader commons from Cork and the independent national tsts in -writing todav a leply to con stituents protested agalnet the suggestion of conscription, Irishmen, he said, were being cruel- ly led astray, and their attitude to- ward the. government was "ineyplic- ahle." he continued, "was fur- nishing to certain English politicians their only excuse for deserting the cause of -home rule AUSTRIAN LOSSES NOW ABOUT A MILLION During First Three Months of War the Casualties R-iached Over Nov. 17. The Mornint, Post uublishes the text of a letter re- ceived -by the London correspondent of a Bucharest paper from a friend in Hamburg, in which the writer comments, bitterly-on the way in Which the Austrian pulic are kept in ignorance of the appaling losses among the Austrian troops. The writer who himself copied the figures from a report shown him by an official in the Austrian ministry says the Austrian losses in the campaign against Rervia up-to Nov. 1 reach- ed a total of officers and men, being almost one-third of the whole army originally sent to that region. In Galicia they reached a-tota'i-of arid in East Hungary, Thus Aus- tria lost during first three months of war a little over officers 'meni which is something like 27 per cent, of the whole army engaged. STOP PUBLISHING WEATHER Is Order of French Government, Fear, ing Aid to the Eenemy oE weather re- ports has been forbidden by the gov- Jernment, presumably for military roa- j sons. Heretofore forecasts niet- ecological conditions through France and English Channel, southern Eu- rope anil the Mediterranean havu published daily. These have included, of course, in- formation useful to innrftiers. It is assumed that -the government hag In mind tlic possible use of this informa- tion by Germans In both naval and military operations along the 'western frontier. The part'that fogs havo played in Belgian coast battles Is recalled in this connection. 'J3y order, of the reads an announcement in the Figaro, "the communication of ineterologlca) in- formation Is suspended. We are only able, therefore, to give the tempera- ture of Paris Switch v ou find tea or coffee is hurting you! lea iiixl cofiec, on jccount oi then chugs caffeine and tannin, do hurt lots of headache, hejrt flutlci, sleeplessness and other ills. ThbiisahJs'of tej and codec users, Discovering the cause of- their .discomfort, have 'swilchccLlo POSTUM found .'relief. There's a Reason ptue no caffeine, tannin or Cither clruj; or harmful substance. It cloes con- Uiin the mitrinienl of prime wheat and xyhplcsome molasses from which it is made. 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