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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - October 4, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta fh1day, october 1, 191r the lf/TimniDGE DAlL,Y herald PAGE SEVEN ' Embargo Local Freight Sheds Result of Handlers' Strike An. nmbai-Ko on all frRlf;)it lliroiigh tin! looul hIhhK both InfinlnK and outgoing, whk clcrlurud by local oftlr-lulM of (ho ('..I'M. Uiis morning. Tlmt In tlio illrnct rosnit of the Hlrlkf of frelirlit hiinillera, ImggiiKn checkers mid yard offlco ratn declared ill t a mint nominated by the freight handlers themselves. Mr. Hall quotes the report on the Calgary strike sent in by Assistant tleneral Manager I). ('. Coleman, who emphasizes thai tho strike, in the freight sheds there hinges on, die question of the choice of officials s. BREAKS JAIL FOR 0 Sec. IJl-ft-lO 7.'in .Sec. 1 :>-!-a tVM feel. He,-. ::(-,.si�:, See. 12 H-1. I. 7011 feet, Mee. :;::-k-i:: Hoe. If,:1-!:: Sec. 1 : Sec. M-IMX ��Government well No. Government well No, -Ua/.e -Gov. It,",i- , Sue fr-et . .-anient well A A > .> WESTMINSTER SCHOOL A. f. DON'T ENDURE RHEUMATIC PAIN! HERE'S QUICK RELIEF FOR YOU Stop th? pain! Hive mc relief! That's what you want when you're hurt. That's what you get with .Sloan's Liniment. It not only "kills pain," but docn it quickly, without delay. If you're tormented liy Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Sprains, Bruises. Ba,l;ache, and body or nerve pain-just see how quickly a little Sloan's Liniment gives relief. The very first application rest^ and comforts. Seems to reach right down to the seat of the trouble, warming and casing the nerves and tissue--. Vou cm flmost feci the inflammation, swelliiv; or stiffness subside, as the pain grows less and less. Vou don't even have to wait to rub in Sloan's Liniment. It penetrates, and its clear, clean liquid can be poured right on the skin without ^amim;. Made in Canada. Get a generous si,:c bottle from your druggist today. ,Tlie World > I^MJJ Li ri i m e r\ t Socks knitted in Westminster j School dining September. 114 pairs as! follows: Ktlii-1 Allen H. Olive Auder-. son 1, Madge Aiuietts 1. May Anin'ttsj 1', {Jessie liaiid I, Kathie Uaird 12, l-'.dith i Barclay 1, .lnnies Mowker .] Bow- I ker 2. .lames Carter 1, Margaret Chap-j low 1. Muriel Clarke L'. Chri>isic Horn > -'. Archie .lone,'; 1. Hazel .lones 1. Ina | .lows I. Lizzie .larvic 1. Ktli-.-l Lar-I son K. Sheila McCalltim 1, Annie Mc-j Nab 1. Grace MiNnlly I. labia Olan- le J-'llieustlc on ''mil Well near Purple School at Bill-del I Foremost. 7","> feel Ulziko.'ii I'nited No. .'. Well, 'inn f,., Beaver Wei], Milk Hiver. IK:", fed. HOW TO RECOGNIZE SPANISH INFLUENZA BARLEY FLOUR IS LOCAL SUBSTITUTE Ellison hirer Coru'ern Sole of this Flour Manufne In the -pi Whiie iniitit.f; cojice '1 iians of tile wo.d deritiK wlial in ile in ! farturiiiK f-uhstitute tor in order lit supply Hie ib ed li>' triiid iLiiiM-ol urijevs MilliiiK and Klevaior ("o. Milled tile problem in a is tiiehly .-ai isi'ai | in y i'i us in man liuve been |e \liU o:' Olll-Villi- -1111 Wi'ea: t loll'' inaud i if-ai 111" l.lfison il'le llH- iijonc iliai t li.-mselVMs. 11 111 i-1 s of 'die !.-Illii- liefOIe 111.- !� tlilellZa" strike. anri e thai we i-Cilll. ' us shall d "Spanish in Hid authorities not escape ii been received abouts. as to hie where- a lew fact.- oiu;ht to be acceptable. A'.l tin' sil'ill s'( ill tile f ,l.-e f)f ', wheal, with die resnli th�; ilie pro jduet is ju.-; a- :ine ,\> -.vneiii flour. It is a little darker, but imp iiiihii About , ". I pound-' to the liuu'ui'l is rec.overud No I her this barbarian :l!d\ the app;i;i'iitl> tie authority imparl ol Killope. i ivili/.eil or . ha:- been exempt. Koriun outbreak in KiiRlund and "I think it is lutes on rile Green, inali.'ll-" strotii: .anil ii one of tI nisrk.i. ' r of the 'VVl'� UK1  best �.tid 'nill in cud the All: .LU KILL MANY BOLSHEVIKI London. Oct. - Very heavy casual-lies were indicted upon the Bolsheviki troops by the entente [nice, when they captured I'kht inskaya, in northern Kuropnan Russia op Sept. �o. according to an official statement issued by the war otlice. The town, which had been imentled a- a base for Bolsheviki operations in Karelia had been fortilled under German supervision. EDMONTON WOMAN SOCIALIST IN TOILS Winnipeg, Oct. :;. .Mrs, Sarah .1, KniRlit, Socialist speaker of Kilmoii-Ion. appeared in police court this morning and pleaded not Knjlty to the i'harKe of breach of llm War Measures act for her utterances ,ti a focal movliii: picture house lasl Sun day niKlit. The i harpe was laid by ('apt. Daniel Campbell, or the intelll-Kence d(>i,-irtmentj. (^jeratlvcs from the department look shorihand notes of Mrs. Knii'.ht's ppeech. She was remanded until tomorrow for trial. Ueniiti kable Work ed As Result of lion Southeast Accomnlish-Investitfa-of City. .UIIOIIK linen; is no ll!(l-t Of t'le inc I he disc: (he more studies will Sa v s I troops on the fount! the wane. Thus far 'teles and miles regard-e have been ephemeral: laborato and finished loiihlle.-s come later The Journal: ''I ll" ^ympiDtus al M r el ol been i 111 llllcei v. a r mills Mi- tel nlor It |j than wlie,i 1.....11 slates iiyliiiiis: hut alsi, tloar that Ii No m. I list: W, It is llice, � bar Thrift is the Maker of Character t Thrift is patriotic at thr. time. It is more- if is evidence of practical common * e n i e � sound judgment and prudence, because it shows you are willing to make present sacrifice for future com-  | petence. This Bank will gladly ; open a Savings Account for you, and deposits . tt^i^rv- I'sti'l . i llllMl ' has ami much of at .1 lieat pr . lb" sd-..ndani the local of war flour THE BANK OF NOVA SCOTIA I> KIM". -'lilsi'lji- branch Gn-en iK -taies tha'  �nriiiK!i barley and �ii#-;it kec]i the eompany's mill ii Ii" has ; siciit to i- I'm tie- It i- cenerally ailmitled tile best pieces oj \s orl; e-, it one of done iiv tlie l.ethbrldrie Board of Trade was ,-e ciiriiiK the co-operatiiiti of the Dominion 1,'overnnieiit to le-t inn the artesian w"M basin east and south of the city. In this work I'rcsldciii .Marnocb of the H,>aii| nf I'raile has kept closely in touch with l> B DowIIiik, Doniin-ioli itooIoRfst. am! the followinp lisi ol ill flowiiiK wells has been secured. . Sec. H-0-12- Gil- Sec. 4-!i-lH- Cur.i.l Voiinc. Sec ICT-l.l -Gretiuati. Sec 1T.-S K' Geiierts, Kami of Ray Calvin Sec. 11-S-l I--.Mui: a> On. of Gas Co. webs. l',7.-> feet. Sec. i',-1(1-10 -Morcy. SL'7 fee! .'".ec. e loin lvl. Nn ola. Mi'.i f, ..; { Sec l:i-!i-1(i Flamiii", :i|i; f,.,,... i Sei . :',i)-!'-l(i-Thursloii. Ttiu fuot. and elsewhere. Jb-peial mala: e, filched I,ice. -otue sorene-.i of ilie throat, and fever of from 101 dec., to In) doK. J-'.. with :> rather slow pulse. I'siliilly crisis lies occurred after two i or three days, with rapid and com-! plete re, o'.'ct'.v. In many cases there | has been a harsh i ouv.h with a scanty Isputum; occasionally more severe I broiichfti - and "vrii brom liopu"u- i ! inollia have de\elojied : b'.H amoiiH I li'.e youiii; and heallhy there seems J to have been no serious i onseiiuences. ( and no'definite statements are made! 'a, lo th" death-rate, which in anv 'event thus far lias been very low (.'asd'o-intesi inal disturbances have! not. been observed. | "The observers on whose authority; Uie.-e statement* are ventured dot ' iiof ai;i'e as to the bacteriology of the disease. Blood ciiliures have' not yielded any d"iinite result i mi far tie immiinlhu;:,' fsts seem o have been made. In editorial coin-\ inent. The British Medical .louriiikl ! FOUR GERMAN MACHINES I DESTROYED IN FLANDERS > 1 la vi e. ()ct. I 'In aerial l'ii;h(iiiK ; ion lb" Hand.front today. Hrilisli j aviators destroyed fmir German much-I iues. the lielciau war office annoiinc jed tonight l.ieir. foppens. of the Bel-Kian arm.-., set a German balloon on fire, hriimiiiu: hi.- victories lo :i:;. TEN OFFICERS GIVE UP LIVES piieuiuoni.i. and that the general opinion seems lo be thai ilie pan th-mic i- due in Cue bacillus. This opinion is liv no means unanimous, however, and the haclerio!o);ic anil other evidence at hand l. Rol-1 lard. KnKlntid; Lieut. A. I), Tope. Rup-1 s.-ll, Man ; Lieut A 11, Thompson, llanie. (>nt ; Lieut. A. ('. Mills, Cat-| Kar.v ; l.mut. G. H. 'I'.ochesfer, Oaiiph-in. Man Missim: Lir-ui R. II. Kewly. Kiik-; land. Liein N \V llelvviK, Hanover, ; lint Mai'iine Gnus Killed in action.- 'Lieut. S. G Iteiinie. Toronjo. < ^We Quit" Sale Still Going Strong We Are Going To Quit This High-grade Stock of Men's Wear must be cleared out. Even the Shelves are for Sale. SUITS What You Buy Here for $2.00 Would Cost You $5.00 Elsewhere Wt still have a great number of styles and patterns to choose from. Just a few of our Suit Bargains: Regular $40.00 Suite for.................. $27.45 Regular $38.00 Suits for.................. $24.25 Regular $35.00 Suits, for :................. $22.15 Regular $30.00 Suits for ... .............. $21.00 Regular $25.00 Suits for.................. $16.65 Regular $22.50 Suits for.................. $12.45 These suits are all marked at less than cost price. Hats and Caps at Cost Men's Dress Shirts Are marked at such a price that you can buy three for the price of one. Look these prices over. Regular $2.00 Shirt for.....................95c Regular $2.50 Shirt for.....................$1.40 Regular $3.25 Shirt for.....................$1.60 Regular $4.00 Shirt for.....................$2.25 Regular $4.50 Shirt for .. ..................$2.45 Regular $6.50 Shirt for.....................$4.25 Men's Work Shirts are priced from........ . 75c to $2.00 Men's Mackinaw Coats, Overcoats and Raincoats Must be cleared at the cost price. Be sure and look these over. NECKWEAR In a beautiful range of colors and patterns. Prices range- from 55c to 95c. COMFORTERS At cost prices. Many to choose from. ; Wool and lined Underw'i MEN'S HEAVY WOOL Regular $2.25 per garment for.................$1.45 Regular $4.00 per garment for.................$2.50 Regular $5.50 per suit for....................$3.25 Many other snaps in underwear. 600 Fairs Men's Dress and Work Shoes That must be cleared out. They are marked at such prices that it is almost a waste of space to advertise them. LETHBRIDGE CLOTHING HOUSE 114 FIFTH STREET SOUTH FIVE DOORS SOUTH OF HUDSON'S BAY ;