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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - October 10, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Friday, October THE LETHB1UDGE DAILY HERALD .Page 7 Students of Human Anatomy er cent, of sugar products. eacl point addei 25 cents per ton extra li paid. The Colorado crop tjjla yea1 s an especially good one, and inan; 'armers will average per ton for their'beets which average about IB to 20 tons'per acre Beets are rotated with' alfalfa! 'arir.er wllh 160 acres would grow an average of about I8.to 20 tans jipr ac'r annually, keeping most of the "remain der of hlB farm In'alfalfa, u enpugb each year to grow Till WlKi win Yta Save if you doa'l Save NOW? Though your sjlaryortn'corria- will no doubt increase, 53 will" that the latler more than keep paco the former. Now is the time toslatt'i'Reietva Fund lhe Savings Depariment cl lhe Union Bank of Canada is the place to keep It. Deposit the exlra you have on1 hand can. optn an sccount wlth.any sum, draw inteiedcnil. 0. R. TINNING, Manage- A, B. KirjQ, Actj Manaatr '.ETHBRIDQE BRANCH ORA8SY LAKE BRANCH THE LETHBR1DG5: BREWWG AND MALTING COMPANY, LiMitEb would leave alfalfa in ito ground'for about 4 years. After excrcUe, a bottle of 'f ALBERTA'S PRIDE "Beer. .'..'v.. No matter how hard you have played, no matter how tired and hot you may be, a bottle of Alberta's Pride" wUl prove a certain revivifier of lost energy-cooling, thirtl-quenching, satufying. THE LETHBRIDGE BREWING MALTING COMPANY, Limited PHONE 554 SELL MEDICINE HAT ioNDS. lledlclne llat, Oct, a role of three to two, Iho cUy council it [la metitlng yesterday oftefnooh dfr cided lo authorize Wood-Gundy and Company, the ctty> ftacal dispose q( worth of 'tie city's bonds at 88.16. A Lazy Liver Ir. lne's A birter luie ii cd ioBfix.--i.h- antu M' riling apil coo'itipttcdr- ihM the livrr b eat of. tit ihtr it ft to reiiilue ihtm uid 'tli KI [ion tbc' bile; Mbtca through the dijeiilo.i, Icivipi the ir.d millr.j [he 'lurTntr pcrfcctlr TiUlibUiouinai. 1', I; Tht "foicl, life ctrtairl nrre h Dr. kUm'i K.M eitt the ifrttjp, nlr lip the lur liver, cklnK (In norrnck inj boweli purify iXt TTit HlSc !r "Come on Children Your "Force" is You don't have to call more than once when they know there's "Force" for breakfast. These crisp, toasted flakes of steam-cooked wheat cooked with malt have a taste the kiddies love. There's nothing better for them either. TOASTED WHEAT FLAKES Maioly All The H-0 Company, Hamilton A. G.W.Bill Will be Rfipotted Monday Edmonloa. Alia., Oct. un-, expected change took place in the I proceediDss oi the legislature this j afternoon following a sSttiiig lust- j ing more than twelve hours in which i aoth eldes had shown a determina-: lion to holii cut as lor.s as pos- sible. It was anticipated the house would sit again all night, but au agreement was reached between the parties whereby the discussion on the Alberta and Ureat Waterways bill in committee of tl.e whole will be a ihott session tomorrow. The Lill will be repotted to the. house on Monday. Uotlt sides have been fight- ing very sticnuously and several raemhers have been absent on account 01 indisposition. The opposition yesterday altecr.oon retired from their attack on clause 2 of the present bill, ami turned their attention to the original charter of the A.' li. W. railway company, which clause 2 ratifies and confirnis. The nhole aftcincon ivas spent in the discussion by various members of the.opposition of the three-amend- ments moved to lhe original A. it O. W..charter by A. K. Kd- monlon Hoauley, Okotoks, and Dr. Stanley, High Hiver. All three ol tLese amendments lelerred to the mileage.of.the railway, the first two, which were both lost, being to elim- inale the siding from the 300 miles The committee divided on the first two which were losl. Dr. Stanley1s amendcnent proposed to taki! .lhe decision as the mileage TO-MORROW LAST DAY As nunouriccd yosfunlny wo Imvo sold out. lo Mr. C. Johnston., of Calgary, who takes possession on Monday. We wain to clem- as much of the balance of the stock as possible, so the grand Grand Finale Of Our Big Sale Tomorrow will sec bigger sacrifices, deep- er [trice cutting and more pleased customers tlinii any (lay during this sale, (let in line for your share of the bargains tomorrow. Lethbridge Clothing7 House 5th SL, Opposite MeKcowu Hanhvare Mr. Johnston will continue the business un- der the old name. BEAR FORCED WAY INTO A CABIN AND ATTACKED A MAN. RATE FOR MORTGAGE LOANS GOES UP TO STAY CAN I last-Kns ami 'Edmonton, Oclj is an jed. to A dlRciom dburiaance of moiiey -for which tcprcEtnts ia said M. Chevalier, ol 'manager, o! tKo Credit Fohcier, V. Edmonton Ihe.dtlier day "but'j" be added, "the Wrrovver must pay a higher rale of Interest than formerly. This condi- tion is general. The rale in. Europe now is 5 'per cent., "as ajalnst 4 pec until recently, and there is nothing to indicate' that the pjk'e jvill be lower in tbe near future, 'though he predicted that the market- ing'o! the exceptionally crop computation and the- cost of tlie Edmonton.terminals away from the lieulenani-goyerhor-in-cour.cil and to make .the. chatter.read the same to be calculated from the actual mile- age constructed, and the actual cost the terminals up to It was still under discussion when the houEe'-'rose. stated that the lerest the. province was entitled! to receive on the A. fc G'. W. bonds! was and the amount j paid out.by tha province to bond- last-tins amount-j icp cf Jo Piovince.bj-'dehultfng of "always Pfiuce Rupert, Oct., Duncan Me- ntosh, a prospector, nearly lost.his ife in a struggle wilh a grizzly near at JIunter's Uasin, near Tclkwa, yes- erday. The tear forced his way into the cabin where .Mclntosh was sleep- ing. McfntOEh awoke and fired at ths intruder, b'Jt not before lie was bad- ly bitten and clawed. Exhausted and Heeding he walked i-j miles Into Telk- wa. The body of the bear was found near the cabin. Edmonton, Oct: J. L. Cote, member, for Orouard provincial legislature, requested l" the piairle provinces 13i. esUblfsllraen o[ a bmta o[ minc5 hodd to exercise a salutary mnucnca Alfel he a movc. money local money conditions liuch easier. "Mr Chevalier said that his com- pany- had experienced no difficulty in obtaining larBe suns of money for jTho proTince.prodUwd minErals wCtnada. The ucd at jio.ooo.OOO'in 1910, the fota in C 1 dl fin I O ment that prornises much for the mineral development oi the province, which'" stands, fifth among the .prov- fnces.in the -Dominion (if Canada. Credit Fonder issued debentures last January- and again In September a further issue oi vas succeaslully floated, mak- ing a total o( borrowrd lor.niortgage advance 'durbg tha first nine months ol .I913.'Tt.e com- pany paid a higher rale of Interest tb'Mi formerly, but has'not s0 far in- created tho rate charged lo its cli- pili.' ''.'Our total investmerils in Canada amount to more than. "and o! that total has been loaned on rural and cily prorjerlies in Albcrla during the last seven years. The money scarcity has 'not caused any alteration In the policy of the company. PLOW AT NIGHT. Manitoba Farmers Turn Soil by Light of the Big Traction Engine. 'Winnipeg, Oct. powerful headlights on the tractor' throwing n brilliant light across tho fleldf, farmers In many parts of Manl- tbba are at present plowing far In- to the night. Frequently It Is mld- efore the bfg otilfils quit work working In relays to Xet-p them gwng up to the maximum of their pro- diicilon while the weathor la flno. As result of the great progress made, there, will te praotlcally no plowing to'clo next ppring and tho farmers be aMe lo get tfco seed norm- al much than In formers ytvn. to-a EouihernMapltplia who was In Winnipeg yesterday. value, in 'Canada was These, figures are the latest available, laving just been issued in census letiB_by .the federal government, deal- ing with the mineral- output of Can- ada. There have been big increases since. then. The coal output ot Al- In 13lf i was tons. rrospectlng for oil, asphalt, coil and' minerals Is progressing in vari- ous parts' of the province. EAT LESS IF KIDNEYS HURT TAKE A GLASS OF SALTS WHEN BACK IS A6HINO OR BLADDER BOTHERS nien and women musl guard.- conitantlT -against -Kidney to oat too much am: all our food Is rich. Our blood Is nil ed wllh urlbocld-which the strlvf to filter out, tliej- weaken from overwork, become.sluggish; the ellm laatlre tissues clog and the-result is kidney (rouble, bladder weakness an a general decline In health. When j-p'jr kidneys fcol like lumps of lead; your bacK'hurts or Iho urine Is cloudy, full or you are obliged to Jeek rflfef two or Ihree limcl during the night: if you suffe headache or dizzy, nervous spells.'acid stomach, or you ha.ve rniurflatlsm when the w.ealhor Is bat get 'rom your pharmacist about foil ounces; of.Jad SalUi take a labk- Epoonfiil In a glass of 'water before breakfief for a few days and 'your klrtneys wll( then act fine. This fam- ous tails Is (nade from Iho add of grapt's and -lemon juice, combined with llthli, and has been used for PEOPLE Will go to Simpson Bis- sett's for "their. Sunday Roasts. Why not add to-the number? We handle Iresh killed Meats only. PROMPT DELIVERY Simpson Bissett Phone 792 1110 6th Ave. it (8 years Bipco Ihcro haa been such gecrratlocs to- flusJi and an. opportunity (o gtt fall plowing dogged id neutralize lhe done.. Fine .wenther for hiryesttog iait' threshing made It possible to gel thwe'oul of the WAJ- In lhe rnfnlniuni of tlmo and permitted a slart on fall pio'wlng In some caecs early In Sep- tember. Fine wcnUicV has also favor- ed Ibis wort it hM been pushed all rloy and far Inlo the night adds.In jho urjne.fo It no longer Is a.sonrct of.frrifallon, thus ending disorders. Jftd 8A1U U.lnexperisive, cannot In- Jure, jnakea 4 efferrescent lltbfa-waler and belong In evcrjr home, becauto nobody can make, a by having a good kidney flushing any time. MISS LAURA CREWS With "The Ghl From Mumms" ai the Majeslic Theatre Tornorfow Night ;