Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - October 8, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta
WcihH'.sdity, October 8, 1013 THE LETIIBHIDGErJDAILY HERALD Page 11 Selling Nemo and Warner Rutt-Proof CorteU 1 Gooddresser Have You Tried Front-Lated" Corsets? A ARNER gives figure distinction A WARNER outwears any other corset A WARNER figure is easily distinguished "by ils graceful bearing. .PVARNEH'S Iiavc pcrfcclcd Ihc kce front -corsets and offer them al half the price of Uie 'oilier makes of "lace liThcir tliln double boniay gives flexi- bility and strength. flWARNER'S Front Laced Corsets liave ventilating backs of strong durable net, preventing beat or pressure over the spinal column. Eoncd Marquisette Protectors ore found under the lacjhgs (o sup- port and protect the abdomen, and some models show the patented WARNER "DOUBLE an absolute guarantee against ripping and tearing. Regular Models 11.50 up} "Lace Fronts" ____ up Try-.Ryiands, thc-Corset, and Underwear Shop. We nre specialists. CO. the Store MILADI OflrC. MR. MARINARO-.. EXPECTS TO -HAVE HIS FACTORY OPER- ATING IN NOVEMiER C. Marinaro of the Columbia cnl. in th.s day making final arrangements to move Ills machinery here at an early UateV.CCbnlraclbr'Ilarlo ivUl.liave trick' vort .of. factory-: build Ing completed and the roof with- in two or threa Mn Marinato slates that he will etart packing the machinery -for -shipment .next '.week, and thinks, the wheels of the new fac- tory hero wit] _ba turning about Nov. 1st. move to Lethbrldge with his "family DC? tober. ELECl OFFICERS The Kalghti oi Col6mbus bfld lehlr annual election of officers- IMI nlfht the following elected for the (jranil D. BroB-u.-- Deputy Grind H. Kerr. .V. Oalllnn.- Moore. "Fmrriclil Gov.'' lionj. t M. Mullln. Inside Ryan. Outslfle Kenneilj. i. Kiitzwlscr E. Kennedy.' BEGINNING A UtUe stream lost Itc way Amid tho grass and fern; passing stranger frrooped well Where weary men might tyro; Ie ivall'd It la and with "care A al lla brink. He- thought not of the deed he r, I, If tf'rf'i} AN EVKNINQ Of and pale primfM4'chlffon; It charmtuM. and'. bunch o- gsriniumt complelt (tilt CLEAKS STUFFY HEAD AND NOSE AT QNCEf-END CATARR1I NSTANTLY RELIEVES SWOLLEN, INFLAMED HEAD AND BREATHE FREE- NASTY Tfy "Ely's Balm." Gti a small bottle anyvty, lust to try a In tho nostrils tnatanUy and itopped-up air of the head will open; you will breath a freely; disappear. '-By Mornlru! the caUrrh, ci'Urrhil throat Sr111 be'gone. Knd such misery Gtt thft srntll boUk of "Ely's Cresm al any drug store. This sweet, ira- grant balm dissolves by the bent of tha nostrils! penetrates nnd heals ttie Inflamed, swollen membrane whkh.< lines the nose, head and throat; -clears the air stops r.aitr'dis- charges and a of cleansing, soothing relief comes immediately. Don't lay awake tonljhl, struggling for breaUvwllh head stuffed; nostrils, closed, hawking and blowing. .Cst- nrrh or'a cold, with its running foul mucous dropping inlo the and raw "dryne'ss" Ij. distressing but truly needless. v. Put your arid your-coiu'-'oT jorrh' will surely disappear.