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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 6, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta TOIDAY, OCTOBER THE LETHBniDGE DAILY HERALD PAGE NINE DANCER OET8 FOR LOSS Trenton, N. Oct.' Jury In tlio toiiorel court today awarded damnBes to llnlsy James, former Now York winter garden. dancer, against tlu> Dolnwaro, Lui'liiiwanns Woitorn .Railway, for the loss of hor foet lu a grade crosalng Edast pranso, N. J. sued for 000. -t STOP A COLD IN ONE NIGHT Take VENO'S LIGHTNING COUGH CURE You cannot always avoid couchs, colds, and La, Grippe, but you can avoid letting them develop Into more HartouH trouble. -Veno'B Lightning Cough Cui-o will stop nn ordinary cough In one night if taken on the first indication of trouble. A dose in; time may'save you' from long Illness j uwl heavy expense. Keep Veno's ready for should you or .your chil- dren neeS It. Being free from ildre It Is the safest remedy for children. Veno's' Lightning Cough Cure is the faracuB British remedy, and is sold hi every Ipart of the' British Empire. Prices 30 conts aqd 60 cents, from druggists and stores throughout Cana- da. "CANADIANS AT YPRES" (Sec Store Windows) 12 Outer, Covers -.from the fiO cent Bize'of Venp's Lightning Cough Cure, or 24 from the 30 cent size, mailed to Harold f. Ritchie Co., Ltd., 10 Me- Caul-streot, entitle you to a beautiful coloured reproduction of this famous Koyal Academy painting. The reproduction is on Ylfiw most drug-- gists' MAN'S GAllM AT to ill" Herald) Pinchcr Creek, Oct. lian been received by relatives here that J. Blake O'Sulllvan, lieutenant In the Connaught Rangers, was wounded dur. Ing the terrible fighting ott Sept. 3rd, when Gulllcmont was taken. Ho was In command 'of bls-cpmueny at tho time, his seniors having been killed or badlyVwounded, tinti lea his men for two hours before giving He also had the'iatlsfae.t.lon of taking prison- er the Hun officer who shot him, and twelve men. Some years ago filakl O'Sullivan was on tile staff of Wood and Steele, of Plnoher Creclt, after- wards ha'speht two years In the Peace River dlftrlct on! a government sur- vey outbreak of the war he Joined aJn'O.'-T. C: In .England, and subsequently received a commission in the Connauglit Rongen.1 His friends here will be glad to know, that he is making a satisfactory recovery in a Lonuon hospital. He his -two broth- ers, Errol aod Gerald, no'w on active oervlcn-. with the Canadians "some- where In France." TWO WINNIPEG HEROES Winnipeg, .Oct. Winnipeg brothers, Sargt. Clark and Corp C. E. C. Clark, son's of Henry T Clark, auporinteudent of the Metro politan Ufa Insurance company, bave bean recommended -for wa r honors the tenner for the V. 0. and the latter for.; the weordlne; to a letter that, has been the city. carry a large stock of the finest aud best manufacture. Prices tip to FITTED BY EXPERTS A PERFECT FIT GUARAN- TEED AT Frank Medley Drug Go. CONYBEARfi BLOCK LETHBHIDQE, ALBERTA F. B. Holt, president of the Royal Trust Montreal, spent yesterday afternoon in the city on a tour of the west. While here Mr. Holt called on Manager Harmon' of tlio Bunk of Montreal with .whom he visited tlio Gait mint's arid'other places of inter- est in the city. Ho also met President Marnoch of the hoard of trade, with whom, as ti representative of tha coun- cil of agriculture, he discussed mat- ters pertaining, to Alberta legislation affecting Mr. Holt is president of the Canadian club of Montreal. He expressed gratification over the mag- nlfkieat crops of Southern Alberta and tho prosperous appearance of the city, LIEUT. ECCLES DIES _ Oct.' to casualty Hat Lieut. Vernon 'Eceion, formerly a well known Calimry real estate man who loft Canada with his batta- lion a year njro last May, has died of wounds. 4 WIN FOR CHRISTIAN SCIENTISTS 'New York, Oct. flvo years of lighting through every court in tho state, Chrlatiun Scientists have just scored a victory whan the court of ap- peal reversod conviction of Willis lion Colo, a Christian Science healer, of practicing medicine without a li- cense. A new trial was ordered. The court In Us decision declared that it was not a crime In itself to treat dis- ease by prayer. Amsterdam, Oct. C, via London, Oct. Constantinople Tolcgram saya that the general congress of the com- mitteo of and J'rog'ross under the presidency of the srand vizier has adopted resolution to pursue the war witli Turkey's allies to a victorious end. At a meeting oi1 the congress, Ku- vcr I'asha, war minister, reported on the fieneraK situation, he char- acterised aa in all respects favorable to tho central powers, and their allies. The grand vizier announced that Hu- llm Pasha has been appointed general president. A special appeal to tins ami Slavs of the city 1( enlistment 111 Ilia -Majesty's a forces, l> made by Fn icis Rollout, ol" tiie ImUaliou, has arrived from Camp Iliifila-s to rec uit here. impes to secure ji number in the city, lie appeals to tlie lluhemiuns and Slavs to join up and ussist their al- lies lo '.vin tins war. They stand to a great deal moro than many others if the allies win. AUTHORITIES TAKE NO ACTION Ottawa, Oct. the riot in Montreal, which ended in the arrest of a number of Laval students, has occasioned a good deal of interest in official circles, it ie stated at tho de- partment of justice that the federal authorities could take no action un- less government property had been injured. BUBBLING iWITH OPTIMISM Baron Sbaughnessy Strikes Hopeful Note in> en- rlnupeata Kralvee a Matexpendi- ture ft Is .tmi that had a ankatutlal reMra tor the town- die Ujai betake tke property of the at the tlioa Van-Ouver was eatabliihad bit nary daflar reeeiv- od frofi'Uiat tawnalte and many mil- lona aOTa-have been expended with- in. of city, -Tblj l> not the (law to .undertake many Improvements, not a time In- 1 te take saythlac m hand or, to Mr, la tha. nttvra of pro- of ttiffrtut but It daw to for tka MtnM re- tha port It will M naooaamn to aMM a vary large anm "Wltlona. I BARON 8HAUOHNE88Y W T THILB la Viewer, I VV a, oiMuiiu my, Eire a. molt intamtlu dreu liatlnt almoil htU tn hmr to the mtnsbers of tfce Board oi Ui n- marM, waien were UiMiad to bj- several of Bomrd of u M b7 pro; buiinail men not MMMtM with Its kotrd, Lord SkitwkBew briefly to wnat oom nanr had (or Vancouver and to of the iol the war. the duesdon of Imoilsration mnij the duty of the ctt Inu of Vucahrcr u veil M of tin entirm Dominion In thi InlereiU of thU oountrj. prafuiiC hu'wWres. nlth a brM ntaran to (mtlcnu who him an trip the cowt, Lord Shaixhneiijr undid to th Vajnatnr ateaV but througllout ike ooaitry. Freba- kly thii aiay be! u a 4a- gree of over confidence aa4 no owat to allint ever j. bead noft IB Ita preaant luxe be a maHariof rerarlae to any oeraoi net the hlt- tory of Vaaeaarar. Wkan the tint XMpnaa omM tan we hop- ed. U aanra to feed than Bajirawaa tk. Tprua. barMt tha teadatlaa that kave kasn prvriaot at a coat of mlllloni of Mlva ou taa that we bare U' the fntura a rcry nbatan luil Imcmaa The Ortatal traffic wUak vu dMdad witk a (ombar.of liMI which our tntor trail Iwori can be In a nhaUittaf ttTarted to tka port of lock peaelag tkraoik VaieMrar." (Aiftoaae.. Lort ttan to haa keen lome V the C.PJt tor :tha of the minimi mttMBT te-tke prtvlnca, irhen tha ConoolldllUd Coajpa.aT waa at a low ebb. He alao brjef reference lo Ua onealag Ike Rettte Valley utTtka laet tkat