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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - October 16, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Thursday, October 1C, THE HEttALD Page 7 PAIN IN MY. BACK IULL GONE Since 1 Got a Box of Gin Pills CHURCU ST., N.S. January "About a ytar ago. I suEFtriDg so tiuch with a dreadful Hack, and Hi is, that 1 could not stand upslraixltl. 1 informed by a friend about GIN 1'IU.S. 1 got a box. It helped me immediately. I Juvc LiVeii about twelve boxes the pains in my luck aud ars all gone. I cannot too of the wonderful effects of your GIN B. C. DAVID. Liniments and rlisten won't cure I .awe liack be- cause they never resell the part that I sea using the pain. The whole trouble isiriihthe Ktdueya end you must cure tlie Kidneys.ia order to i'.op the pain. GIN PILLS cure vreat, rick, etralr.ed Kidneys Tbis financial page "chart shows the Inglorious record of the Mac- onald "grocery" slock' -which has liEteil since March. J'Ms was couocru formed to over tbe mmense business of tbe MacdonaM VL'jlesalo company In the Canadian vest. .For BO Die reason or other tbe took dropped to a low record ot I7c o aUhough It opened at 55 and ent up to GO. OINf FILLS drive aivaytliepairievery promptly refunded. aboz, 6 for Sample free if you write National of Canada, limited, Toronto MANGA-TONB BLOOD AND NIJRVU TABUTTS helj> pale, nervous women to get well. 500. a box. 199 BEGINNERS ALWAYS LOOK-GROGGY From the Guctph Mercury. A man arrested for being drunk hi a roller skating rJnk. This look doubtful. It nmy.ha.ve been thb firs time the chap tried roller skalea. Gray Hair Becomes Dark, Thick, Glossy Look years younger! Try Grand- ma's recipe of Sage and Sul- phur and nobody will know Almost everyone inows thai Sage Tea and Sulphur, properly brings hack' the natural color and lustre to.the Lair- "when streaked or "grey; aJso ends dandruff, itching scalp and stops fnlK.ig hair. 'Veara ago only WAV to got this mixture was to mako it Si. home, which fa mucsy and Nowadays ive simply ask at" any drug store for" "AVycth's Sage and Sulphur Hatr Remedy" You "will get a large bottle for about 50 ceuta. Everybody uses liis old, famous no one can possibly tell that you darkened your-hair, as it docs it so naturally and evenly. You dampen a sponge or soft brush u'ith It an'd draw this through your hfllr, .taking one small strand at a time, by nornlng the Krey lialr disappears, and after another application or two, your hair 'bbcotms beautifully (lark, thick and gloasyand you look years younger. 3. D. Hfgln- bothara fc agcnta. ACDONALO'S UPS MOSTLY DOWNS 5s; tVil JU.-ffl.IJ NEW BRIDGE is IIP TO HAS REDUCED DISTANCE TO MARKET AND INCREASED BUSINESS AT COALDALE Same Trouble Over Finances as all the Other Municipal- ities Since of Ihc new gov- ernment steel hriOge at Nolan's Crossing, 181 miles northeast of the city, on Saturday last, tic tide of ;rain from tte.Iron Springs, Turin and Sundtal districts; nas' bwn turn- ed from IJaroas; Carmangay an Coaldale and Chin. Kc- lorls from Co a) dale state that- in the past- few days" fr'om'.eigjit to lei oaiis daily have in Irom thesu district. The haul--to market-has cut down-by-50 per-ccnt. and the opening of-tbe-biiilge lias-proved to be the means :'ot-saving the farm- ers in these districts many dollars in hauling expenses. It Is.estlmated that the district produced bushels of grain this only ten per cent of this had been hauled previous to the opening ol the bridge. Thu elevators at Coaldale 'and 'Coin are nearly fullj'and th'e car'shortage''is befng felt. rj eadtrs for the; .purchase ol .the old shacks and buildings.at the used by the construction rompany for stables and outbuildings are now he- ing called anil will be opened-at the bridge on tlic, ISth instant. These buildings make cheap and effi- cient- hog houses, sheds and granaries for farms.in the neighborhood..Infor- mation regarding may be had at the public works-department, court house, HOW MLJCH DOES EACH MAN PAY Saskatoon, 14.-rThe tola general taxes, which-TvllI-fee co'.lectec oh land-and buildings and" business city' limits 'this' amount to which, on Lhe face ot ltf li a" Jump of almost. 36 per cent, over the total last year of This-does not include local improvement "taxes or arrears. PJndier Crock, Oct tegul ar meotiog of Ihe town Council was held on Monday, Oct., 13, In tbe Cou ell Chambers, at. the usual iiour. The Mayor and all the Councilors were present. The old question of the of de- bentures came up, an'd Iho Mayor said that he had telephoned Mr. Hyde." who was trying to arrange for'the sale of them in Germany. 13ut he Hyde) bed not received ye! regarding them. Councilor Kettles thought.that the Council should nol wait a minute as tbey needed the money badly, and as thero was couple offers from brokers at rather low prices It was true; yet it wa case of have to, and he thought-the raaitcr Bhould not be delayed. "After considerable discussion, It was decld ed to instruct the Secretary, to write the brokers to the" effect.' that the (own would be open for another of fcr'In a weefr, and In the meantime would wait for Mr. Hyde'e report HUKKYIXG TO TUK KKSfilJE OK THE IJU1JN.IXG SHIP. The above map Rbows the place la mW-AUmUic where the Yolturno and indicates the positioa ol tbe vessels who went to her la response to wireless calls. .THE ILL-FATED .STEAMER ".VOLTURNO" Owned'by Uie'Canadian Northern Steamship Company, but chartered and operated by'tho "Uranium Company. John formerly Cat- berrf, Man., died re sale of debentures. The Secretary was instructed to. wrlto .Metals their of eat .eastern was overdue a renewal of 90 days or 60 daye.irom :9 present dafo, A large number of unimportant let- TB were then read anrt among them the Secretary had received a circular 'roni Calgary about the Consumptives, .He.asked should he read H. The: Mayor said he'thought not as the hour-was but Councilor .-Scott wanted it was about, so thp .few minutes were spent in reading -it.... A largo number of tills were passed and O. Jt'd. "Word had been received.that the fire Insurance on th'e mill Kud been cancelled and- Councilor Will- iamson was delegated to try and-place it with another Councilor R. 6. Allison: chairman of the Fire and Light Committe -re- ported that 450 feet, of was needed'at .tho powerhouse. -He had hecn making Inquires i? .to how much It would coat and found1 -thai ihe pipe would per 100 foet and 20c per foot Joying. Councilor Scott thought :'.tenders ehould be' called for and was made to that effect Tho talk tbat some of those hold !ng orders on tbe town, intending to turn them in on theTr taxes found to be Impracticable as a raotioj had already beeii passed iostructlni tho Secretary not to accept-these un til the monoy was there- to'meel them, Washington, Oct. 15.-FrcIght tar- iffs proposing of five cent, by Ue eastern railways poured in on the Inter-stale Commerce Com- mission-today by the Ion. All of the Pennsylvania, New York Ventral, Eric, Baltimore and Olilo, Heading and I.eLigh'-Valley filed thrit new rates. Ths preliminaries oi the case ate now complete.' The proposed increas- es stand as suspended for ten months or for such p.irt ol tlint period may be required for investigation. THE STEAMEK C AMI'AN IA The Cunard liner, which with several othtr steamers hastened to the help the Volturno, in response to'wireless calls, but was only partially success- ful In succoring the passengers and crew.' GERMANY Representatives of six counties In Western Ontario met In Brantford and adopted a-recommendation of the In- ANOTHER KILL WATCHES, CLOCKS, BROOCIIES, CHAIN BAGS, LEATHER HAND BAGS, FOBS, SAFETY GOLD FILLED AND SOLID GOLD RINGS ALL AT WITHOUT RESEKVE. Having bought a Inrge quantity of Travpl- lers' Saniplcs at hair-raising intend to turn these loose to the piihlioof L'ethbridgeon. Saturday Next, October 18 At 7 o'clock in Uie evening, all these goods will be on view in-flic Kcfl Comer Window all day and you arc in-' vilcd to oomo and examine them for yourself. You .will find some very high grade Watches, 15 and 17 jewel movements in guaranteed cases, mill (here arc also some excellent atches suitable for the. working dust-proof cases. In.clocks there are some natty little time; pieces in attractive Cases, and also some fine gilt mantel clocks. Nifty little and lings will attract the attention of the ladies'as also will' liie handsome little Chatelaine Watches. Cicntlcincn's Fobs, and Vest Chains in various grades from gold plated to the real article. Several lots of Plated Ware will-b.o included and this sale prcsentSjan extraordinary opportunity to the bargain hunter. _ The Sale will commence promptly at 7 o'clock and an early attendance is requested ARE NEITHER REMOVING NOR UN LOADING, JUST SELLING THE GOODS TO'THE HIGHEST AIL. TERMS: CASH FRAN K lines, including thej "lustrial scheine. WILL NOT INTERFERED Berlin. OcL German [or- elgn office is following utitr develop- ments In -Mexico very the Bane time adhering to its attitude of allowing the United States govern- ment an absolutely free band in EC-t- tling its policy ullhout extraneous ad- vices. The suggestion put forward by some Mexican newspapers that Ambassador Oerrard Is faced with difficult nego- tiations In regard to' Meslco Is un- founded. TL I L T IV A ihe Last 1 wo Days or Uur FALL OPENING SALE i, Our entire stock of brand new Fall Winter Clothing for Men and very latest word in Fashionable attire. Every garment as tailoring as produce There, is .nothing of: ...the common stock. Remember it is 'all bfand new Fashionable merchandise at a lioeral.reduction when you would most appreciate .it. 7his is :your opportunity to save dollars on your winter, wear. AND SATURDAY Is the ..time to buy Apparel of. .Quality on a new Basis of Low Prices. Ladies' Fall Suits In high gride all wool double blue Serge, ilgl. irade Tweeds, brown, grey, mUlurcs lad invisible CIO QC stripe Ladies' Fall Suits Made of neat quality Tweeds ind Serges, In caw, broyn and grey. Sutls that will appeal to you the minute you 11 7 CR see them Ladies' Fall Suits A Btunnlr.s lot ot Lfldlet'' and Misses' Suits In all wool. Wpr-' sleds and utautlful Tweed Mixtures; new- est shades, smartest models, C 4 Q CC extraordinary YBhiei UdiesVFail Broadclofh, Men's. Weir Tailored Sergei. All-wool 1'opllns, Clolli, th'e Hodyn" novel- ly dressy or COO 7B tailored styles ?fcvi 1.9 HUNDREDS TO CHOOSE FROM 'l 40 dozen Jlen's IJneil. Working Oloyca nnd Slltts, buckskia, mule and horeehtdd. Regular prlco. Jl.OO and Price ..I.............. Ladies' Sample Dresses 25 New Dresses, a traveller's-cancelled- eamplcE; Silks Serges, brovn, blue, fawn, gray and 'cream. Regular pricee to A sure clearance tho first 'day. Come early for your cbolce. 16, and a few 33. While they last............... New Tailored Waists Worth and This IK a special purchase of new tailored waists offered below their value. All rhsdo 'with soft collars and, long sleeves, patch i pocket, from good qua'tity whlto Plciuc.and Fancy Also a feiv neat stripe printed Percales. 'Sizes 32 '4 C 42. Salo price................ I I 3 Men's Fine Ties 40 dozen superfine tlos in brocaded Silks Diagonals, Poplins and plain snadea. Tiie reVy nowesL Regular price 7oc. 'Sale :Frice....................... 20 dozen Silk Ties in neat pin stripes, and plain shades. Regular rrlce OEM C3C 20 dozen Men's Lined Gauntlets In many 3hades. Ruck, HoTfchEde and brick's. Regular prices (1.25 and Sale Frlco Men's Fall Suits In.nfce sensible Tweeds Worsteds; shades of .brown, greys and meat' mlxtiii-es. All'wool serge lining and per- ft 'if feet fitting 9IU. fO Men'sIS Suits "In high grade' Worsteds and wanted rnost! popular shades greys and bliio greatly In vogue specially hand tail- ored and guaranteed shape- peeping ability Men's Blue Suits 'Our Leader, which tars competition over the. country, Guaranteed Inolfo making arid trimming; double rc-lnforced seams. Cheap nt the regular price Men's Fall, Suits, TheEfc are Hie best that money cat buy. The very newest shades "and the last .style. We give our guarantee with every one. Popular shades to and. old. Sco them and be C1Q CC convinced 420 pairs ol floe. Suspenders.'.; Light and heavy weights." Regular .-prka BOc. .Bale price UdW Fall Overcoats In materials and styles exclusive wltH Uilt only. lioudo Clolha.TjIsnket Cloths, Clotts, Cloths, asse Cloths and Heavy Tweed Chinchilla .of briiwn, grey, atajonal, black, blue and fancy ralitiirca.'Styles ifltEsfy !tho' most dlacrimlnatlng to snl htg. price' 110.00 112.50 M5.00 MUWOPCfiS TO CHOOf E FROM Reg. ule price Reg, price J20.00 115.95 .130.00 23.75 Men's FalUnd Winter Oyercoats In heavy or medium weighta, all wool cloths, shades of brown, liluo 2nd trey Chinchillas, which are greatly worn In tha centres of fashion, wlth-abawl OT convertible c'ollur, full or half lined. niankct and Worsted o( neat mixtures or plain shades, with or without bacl! belt Here. Is 'your ch'anto to buy. goods when you most need them a't'a liberal saving., EC'S! Pfi" P'1" "Ie Prlce i ?7.95 i HliNfiPIEDS TO CHOOSE PROM SOUTHARD BUC 512 3rd ;