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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 6, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta FIUDAY, OCTOBEn 6, 1910 THE LETHBP.IDGG' DAILY HERALD PACE NINE DANCER GETS FOR LOSS plJ ......I Trenton, N. del. Jury In tho federal court today awarded .damagm to Daisy James, former Now York winter garden dancer, against the Lackawannn Western .hallway, (or the loss of her feet In a grade crossing accident, at Euast praugo, N. J. sued tor 000. V STOP A COLD IN ONE NIGHT Take VENO'S. LIGHTNING COUGH CURE You cannot always avoid coughs, colds, aiid but you can avoid lotting them (levelop Into more serious trouble. -Veno's Lightning Cough Cure will stop nil ordinary cough in pne night If taken on the first Indication of trouble. A dose In time may'save long illness unit heavy expanse. Keep Veno'a ready for use should you or your chil- dren need it. Being free from dope It is. the safest remedy for children. Velio's; Lightning Cough Cure is the famous British remedy, and Is sold In every part .of tho British Empire. Prices 30 cents apd 60 cents, from drtieglatB and stores throughout Cana- da: "CANADIANS AT YPRES" (See Store .Windows) 12 Outer, Covers .from the GO cent size'of Veno's Lightning Cough Cure, or 24 from the 30 cent size, mp.lled to Harold P. Ritchie t Co., Ltd., 10 Me- Caul-street, entitle you to a, lieautlfnl coloured reproduction of this famous Koyal Academy painting. Tha reproduction is on view In most drug-: gists' ;o the'Heralil) Plnchcr Creek, Oct. has baen received by relatives here that J. Blake O'Bulllvan, lieutenant In tho RangfifB, was wounded dur- ing the terrible fighting (ill Sept. 3rd, wbon Gulllemont was taken. He was In cbm'TnanJ 'of hli' cqinnany at tho time, hiii seiiiurs having been killoA or and 1x1 his men tor two hours before giving In. He also had the''satisfaction of taking prlaon- jer the Hun officer shot him, and twelve men. Some years ago, Blake O'Sulllran was on the staff of Wood and Steele, of Plnoher Crock, after- I wards ho1 spent 'two yeara it) the Peace I River district cm! a government sur- I vey: On the outbreak of (he war he 'Joined a'n'O.'-T. d: In England, and subsequently received- a commission In tlie Cpnnauglit friends here will be glad to know, that he is making -a satisfactory recovery In a Lonaon hospital. He has-two broth- ers, Errol and Gerald, no'w on active service -with tho Canadians "some- where In TWO WINNIPEG HEROES Winnipeg brothers, Clark and Corp. C. US. ,C. Clark, son's of .Henry T. Clark, superintendent of the Metro- politan tits Insurance company, have been reqomBiinefd lor war honore, the tbrufer for, She Vi .0. and the latter tor: the D.C.M., to a letter that baa been racsltf d in the city. We carry a largo stock of the finest and best manufacture. Prices up to FITTED BY A PiRPBCT FIT OUARAN- TEED AT frank Hedley Drug Go. CONY8EARE BLOCK LETHBR1DQE, ALBERTA AUTHORITIES TAKE NO ACTION Ottawa, Oct. the riot in Montreal, which ended in the arrest of a number of Laval students, has occasioned a gcod deal of interest in official circles, it is stated at the partment ol justice that the federal authorities could take no action un- less jovernmmit property had beeu injured. BUBBLING OPTIMISM Baron Shaughncssy Strikes Hopeful Note ttet the BBC.Its on- TMoaajoata iBTonod wot expenil- of-BMBor. It io w.e and o saboUBtlal return lor the town- otto thai bocamt the property of the at Ike time Vancouver was oot.OTOrr dollar receiv- ed trou tliat tonaUe.and many mll- lou awn-have boon expOBded wllh- ln.tke boMdoriw ol the city. (Ap- BARON S'HAUGHNESSY j-HILE in VaseoBver, Baron r SnaughnBsay, Prooldost 01 tho Canadian Faettie Hall way. a most Intonating ad dress luting slpost hall an hour to tho Tntmbers of the VaBceuver Board of Trade During: his ro- narKil, Walch were listened to oy several ndndrod memboro ot tho Board of Trade u well aa by pro- minent. men not coBBOCtod with the board. Lord Skanghaoaay briefly referred to what his oom pony had done" tor Vancouver and Victoria, to tho position ot the sol- dieri after the war, the question ol Immigration and the duty of the cit- ol Vancotover aa veil u ot the entire Dominion In farthering the Interests of this country PnfaeiBg hu> address with a brief reference to tko gentleman who had accompanied hie on tho trip to the coast, Lord Skaughnessy altaded to the Vancouver ot twemiy-flve yoon "When roo look ho Bald. -anfl see the changes that have taken place at that pedlod, yon fool BO doubt ti we all fool that wo no BlI entitled to a great deal of credit for the present condition! here Yon have your splendid whervee, yonr. large oceangoing tonnage, your magnificent afreets oBd dontlal soctloo, your splendid OB tlie ooBttauat (Ay .____, you will VkMovor wo kare had from tine 14 tine {irtag all thaoo years yoir worst- tho CP.H. ho neither nigfirdlr narrow 1 too, that It our friends and neigh konri across the gait In the older efty 'or VletortJ, whore at proseat bBilnees is not ai brisk at II might sUoalloa tkat we are oxpor feaclng manr loeallUoo on tho bnt Ij thiBk that wklck marked pro- gnu and hasTbooii ao acoodktgly prosperous In yoare, wm al- to boar tMtlmoiy to oaneouioat vita wklok yoir portn.r aortaUd. la forwarding all tkolr good works "The policy of the Cmpur n Victoria and at'Other points served coaipany's liaoa boon OBO CTMtton -nd InprotonioBt of crottlen and .Improvoneot. 8oms- probably iwe kovo ownkot tad hat. aatWpotod- tfet IMnro, bat we .Id It wHh so; clt wnfileoce kiid a (Me wkilrto isBH.vsjsst kere. IBM ft years ksvo boni yoaas of In bnslBWi. not. Mi kut throogkont the eoutrr. 1 Bly this mar bo attributed to a de- (ree of over aad to to over Thy tlBM toi undertake many tmprovommito. not a time in-. deed to ttke hi hand or, to the. of pro- It' that -for' tho future re- of Iks port 11 will bo naceMary.to spemd a very on IBOBOT prfrldtaf addltkma! }eitr whlcti ftofs have alnody been part IB If ureaont stage bo a matter tot surpruie to almost any perMn'wao.hod not followed tke hlt- tory the Brat Sapress koro IB 11M, we hop- aoearo traffle eaoBgh to food thooo tkroo oa the out btNSBd Today wt have ton we beroBd (ho taeaMlM koen praridod at a cost of millions ot dollars and can too that we have la the a very nboUn till UKTSooe In (iat toiaace The OrloXa] tramc wklok divided wttk a f amber, o( gMO our enoav BMdo t Irlitlluaaa can be IB a to took paoatBi tko port a! to what hod toon dOM C-PJL tor itha davalopsMBt of the mining iBdootfy, ta.Ue Krovmco. Men tho CoBMlWBUi CompaBy WM at a low abb. He BtM Bads B kflot roferonco to lie oWjBI koillB Valley lUflwmy, Bjsfthe that It woo now Bojanr the cout by nil. Spook to Un'iMulmauJt he said tacOl- for B territory. better Upos, mid wfll Bet kM (orovor. ,t in tkooi of no who DM OBd iTjiot far off. wkotkor TOOT or next roar or taw Mar attor, mejt be Bterelal and agricultural intereitl. operation. "But I do net like tie jdea of de- VOBdlng tao moch on the goodwill et othera. We moat endeavor to do rlckt tblBg nneiTw: It is qglto u my mUxI. to Ipatlm tkat kuauii at Ike trwa lk> war. AutHMi >r a Terr Important in- fluence In determining what our policy, most be. We must try to frame our own policy andj-We must try .to-..carry.-It out TigbVoualy, celTinCi counie, >uch 'idTantasei aa may properly come to us. But our on capacity tor builneii, our own our own energy Me the factors that will determine what le exactly the amount of pro- fnm we are colnc to inake. (Ap- plaue.) "At.the Bottom of crorything Immigration. We mult more people, not only on the pralrlea where there la grain, but hert In Brltiah Columbia, where alinoat ey- erythihg can be grown, where there li nch room for the deveioppient of our fisheries and timber and. where the fruit can be ude one ot such vait Impor- tance The question li. where are we going to secure thaw people. Poiilbly the patriotic desire tp ma that the 'returned aoldler 'li oared tor may Induce the country and othera to plaeo aoldien on the land, but I do not know that the aoldieri may care to go on the land, at least for some time after they return from their eiperiencM on the battlefield. To the extent, however, thai they can .be induced to' take, up land to provide homea for tbajnielTu taBillea, they should be cheerful co-operation of Inter- est involved." (Applause.) Lord Shaughnesay iaaued a Ing agalnit allowing Into the country after the war, as had been done on former and suggested that such an liatlon as the hoard of trade, an. organisation of busmen would, the right people to look after the development of the el mmiar and other Industrlei. Instead of a, fovenment, which often wai, he amid, alow In movements "Wei have ample tine to make ptani." Hit, "to induce good to coma, here. For wveral moathk iBtr the war all the ahlps on JUlantlp will be engaged in erlogini home the troops, ae that wilt not be much opportunity to- people from Europe for a long tint pur- Ing that Intervening period we have opportunities to' ace where these people can be wcnrod. the kind ot people that we should se- evre, and other that will promote a fcieeOBc: Immlgra-' tlm propaganda. "Ahont the future we bsye donbt whatever It we aa{ wo are, coonnrlng oar MMmrces, aVeldtlg nnnecesatry exrttadlture we can afford It better. It we, that our socoMsMs going to bo dependent entirely on oar1 awn efforta and that any wo get (rim other cauiea mut bo! considered extraneous and not sentlai. if we make tip per minds' that we are going to be equal to my, country In the of oun ability to do things la no! question, there will asi to the position of CaWular'ji' tho tatm. 1 have not that1 then are ta this roam who will Me this trebled at aMtloB ot Mayor Mr Ckarloo Hlkkort F. E. Holt, proaldent ot the Iloyal Trust Montreal, spent yesterday afternoon In oity on a tour of west. Iwra Mr. Holt called on Manager Harmon of tho Bunk of Montreal with ho visited tho Gait mines and otlior places of inter- est in iiie city. I.'c met President Marnoch of the hoard of trade, with whom; as ft representative of tha coun. cil agriculture, he mat- ters pertaining, to Alberta legislation affecting Mr. Hult is president! of.the CiLnadiah dull of Montreal. He] expressed gratification over the mag- nlfiueat croy-s of Southern Alberta and I the prosperous appearance of the city. LIEUT. ECCLES DIES v Cttlgary, Oct.' to today's casualty llsl Lieut. Verno.i formerly well known Caljjary roul estnto mnn. who left Cauadii with his hatla- lion a year ajjo last May, has died of wounds. WIN FOR CHRISTIAN SCIENTISTS New York, Oct. five years of lighting tlirouyh every court in tho state, Christian Scientists liavy just scored a victory when the court of fin- peai conviction Willis Vor- iion Colo, a Christian Science healer, of practicinB medicine without a li- cense. A new trial was ordered. Tho court In Its decision declared i'nui. ji waa not a crime In Itself to treat dis- ease by prayer. Amsterdam, Oct. li, via London, Oct. Constantinople Telogram says that the general congress of tho com- initteo of Union and Progress under the presidency of the grand vii-.ier has adopted a resolution to pursue the v.-ur with Turkey's allies to a victorious I end. At a meeting ol the congress, En- VCr Pasilll, WV.T rninis-lnr. MMIorUld on tlie general.situation, which ho char- acterized as in all respects favorable to tho central powers, and their allies. lim Pasha has bcea appointed general president. 10 SLAVS TO BUST A speclKl appeal to the Bohemians and Slavs of the eit-.v lor cnUstraeiit in His Miiujsiy's OVCTSCJIS forces, iB made, by Seryt. I'runois of thu 225th L'liUaUon. whu arrived from Camp Hughes to recruit here. He ImjJOR to secure ;i number in ihe.qliyv He appeals to the Ltohemiansi and Slavs to Join up ana assist their al- to UMS They stand to beiiefit ;i great dual more than many others if the allies win. REAL MONEY SAVERS AT THE A Call Will Convince You Men's Ulsters Men's Underwear Of the best manufacture and all styles. -Wo Tlie most complete assortment in the city. have them from and up. 49t Boys' Suit Special. The finest boys' fall suit GOOD WOOL. in town for the money. Special all sizes. See them before buying elsewhere. Special WOOL COMBINATIONS. (JJO 1 Special -These are 25 per cent, more than the above prices today. SUITS A fullline of boy's clothing for fall just in. HERE IS ONE OF OUR MANY SPECIALS. Boys' in dark gray Norfolk style.'Well worth J7-50 today. Special A Full Line of Sheep Skin Coats, Mackinaw Coats, Sweaters, mitts, gloves, blankets etc., just in. Come in and see them we can save you money. Men's Caps from 50c and iip. SHIRRIFF'S or.-B.--R. JELLY POWDERS. All flavors 3 packages for........ JELLO. All flavors. Per package ..........lyC ICE CREAM POWDERS. As- sorted flavors. 2 packages for......... BAKER'S CHOCOLATE. CA-; Her pound OwC COCOA. Fry's or Half pound tin' COFFEE BEANS. Ground In our Per pound 35c and..... riwC TEA. AA 3 pounds for....... l.UU CREAMETTES. GRAPE NUTS Per package PUFFED WHEAT 2 packages............ ._ PUFFED RICE -I f TOMATOS1 31 Per package Xvv 2 tins uvC Groceries Specials For Saturday 25c 15c 25c 35c 5c o A 4UC ROLLED OATS. In tubes Each 3s Heavy pack, per tin 13C PEAS BEANS 4 CORN 2 tins LOBSTER Eagle Brand K Ib tins per tin