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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 20, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE SIX THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HIOJALD FKIPAY, OCTOBRH 20, ORDER We make Suits and Over- coats to order. We have the great Fit-Reform organ- ization behind most famous designers and tailors in the com- pietet stock of Suitings and Overcoatings, embracing several hundred of the newest patterns, from which to choose. Let us make your fall Suits and Overcoats to measure. I5, We guarantee that you will be completely satisfied with everything we tailor for you. eiorin McKELVIE McGUIRE LETHBRIDJ3E WHERE TO GO FOR Roofing, Tinsmithing, Furnaces, Gas and Steam Fitting, Plumbing HICK-SEHL HARDWARE CO. PHONE "62 AKILIIE'S KISS Lethbricige Highlander Brings Down Wrath Upon His Head at Moncton Station That one member of the 113th Loth- bridge Highlanders was "in action" before, he ever loft the shores of Can- ada is claimed by the Monoton, N. B., Daily Times. In a recent issue of that paper there is a glowing description of a battle between si NT K-: suffra- gette ami "omTof the Kilted 'fighters from Lelubrldse. and from tho de- out'second best. However, let the Monctoii Times tell it. under the cap- tion "Petticoat vs. Canadian soldiers do not have to so to the front to "get into action." All they have to do is to get fresh with some of Moncton's fair dames. An instance of this kind occurred at I the Union Depot Sunday evening, and caused one of the liveliest scraps which has taken place locally for some time. Upon that occasion a somewhat hefty woman was walking up and clown the platform next to a troop-train anil in the midst of the general banter and conversation which mark such scenes, a big Leth- bridge Highlander tried to kiss her. Instantly there was a row. The out- rased lady promptly knocked his cap under the train with one hand and shook him violently with the other. The soldier defended himself as best he might, but he was taken complete- ly and his efforts were comparatively feeble. Early la the battle the men on the train caught siEht of the combat and out of the cars with exultant shouts. Ap- their sympathies were "Go to i it. "Put him out for "Pitcb. Into and similar war-cries appar- ently stimulated the fair one to fur- ther efforts in the pugilistic line, for after wiping up the platform a couple of times, she got him by the neck and was vigorously banging his head against the side of the steel passen- ger coach when the M.P.'s. came to MADE IN-GANADA Used for making hard and soft soap, for softening water, io- ciean Ing, disinfecting end for over 500 other purposes. KIFUte SUBSTITUTES. E.w.GianT COMPANY IIMIHD it BIG YIELDS AT The Winning of Barbara Worth ClotU Edition, Harold Bell Wright's books at 76c. Postage 10c Extra or Three for Exctpt his new book "When a Man's a Man" at Postage lOc. Robertson's Book Store 118 FIFtH ST. S. OLD BENTLEY STAND (From Our Own Correspondent) New Dayton, Oct. ideal weather heru again threshing has been In full swing most of last week and is still rolling out the golden grain in tills district with many excellent yields. Ed. Greeno threshed 100 acres of summer-fallow that mado 50 bushels to the acre. Louis Peterson had 100 itcros of summer-fallow which went 50 bushels per acre. -Mr. Peterson also had 300 acres stnbbled in, which averaged 3-1 to the acre. Lens Morric-'il on Iho Welsh ranch threshed last week 200 acres of volun- teer oats, making S.OOO bushels, an average of -10 bushels to the acre. J. F. Morrison threshed 3120 bush- els from n CO-acre tract of sod broke in June 1915, seeded in spring wheat this spring, making him an aver- age of 52 bushels an acre. Gus Kaupp, living east of town, got the rescue of their Inc-Uless comrade an average of 40 bushels from 150 and saved Il'lll from having his brains i acres. 30 acres was snmmerfallowed knocked out against the side of the and 120 was stubblcd in. car. Thi.; not please some Everything points favorably tor an- ol the visitors, who with true soldier- ly instinct, had commenced backing their favorites before half a dozen wallops tad iueeii exchanged and whose bets had to be called off. IELLSOFZE! The following clever little essay on a Zeppelin raid in England was writ- ten by an English girl not yet 11 Other big crop in 1517. The ground lias more moisture now than last year at this time, and the farmers who threshed early are now busy turning over the rich soil for the coming spring seeding. G. Fletcher, ot Lethbridsc. has taken a position as head chef on Mr. Forslln's dlnius car. Mr. Fletcher has travelled extensively through Canada and the U. S-, holding some important positions as steward on the famous McDonald steamboat line running be- tween Cincinnati and Pittsburg. also head chef at the famous Hotel How- ard in Southern Ohio. Fred Conn iefi for his hon-.a in Tc- oria Indiana after spending the week with Mr. and Mrs. Charles Jenkins. Mrs Earl Gorrill and little daughter friends WOMAN HAD NERVOUS TROUBLE Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegeta- ble Compound Helped Her. Dear had to -write to a friend in Canada, an essay on the Zeppelin raid, and mother thought I UVT-l'lO, would like to hear it. (JJJJPPE Dear No doubt you have r rf hv Cures By I heard of the magnificent deed of dar-i ling that was performed last week. IJVENO'S LIGHTNING COUGH CURE. refer to the destruction of the mighty Zeppelin and "baby killer" which our; n fs power of Veno's Lightning gallant airmen accomplished. How j cure to strengthen all organs proud we are of Lieutenant Robinson- that enables this wonder- Would you not feel proud if he were it v j J'our brother? I know I should! Well, West Danby, N. nave Dad i as you out of the Zeppelin nervous trouble all my life until I took ,lang'er 7cne, you should feel thank- Pinkham's tul. l Quite envy yo.u, although, of Vegetable Com- pound for nerves ......_, English hoys and girls real- Iv love our Homeland. Would you like course, we andforfemaletrou-ito know what my experiences of the bles and it straight- raid were? In London we have cer- ened me out in good tain signs which tell us whether the shape. I work nearly Zepps are sighted. One is the pros- j ot so-archlights in the Well, none Notice to Land Owners If you have land for sale it will be to your advantage to list same with us. Our Mr. Har- ris is in charge of the Land Department at our Calgary office, 134 9th Avenue W. Your list- ings will receive attention there and at Leth- bridge. We have farmers looking for the right propositions. Mail your list- ingi, giving full particulars, and same will be acknowledged. Large and small tracts wanted, also deeded land with lease adjoining. J. Harris Company CALGARY AND LETHBRIDGE, P. 0. BOX 531. live on a farm and I jhave four girls. Ido all my sewing and other work with Itheir help, so it shows that I stand it real welt. I took the Compound when my ten year old daughter came and it helped me a lot I have also had my oldest giri take it sky during the evening, appeared during the evening of Sep- tember 2nd, and so we stayed up ex- pecting every minute to hear the Ger- man aircraft had arrived. Nothing happened, however, by midnight, so we retired to bed, but not to sleep, unfortunately, 1 lay awake some time and then began to doze. Suddenly, boom! boom! sounded in my ears. Up and it did her lots of good. I keep it in the home all the time arid recommend DKWITT SINCEBAUGH, West Danby, N. Y. Sleeplessness, nervousness, irritabil- ity, backache, headaches, dragging sen- sations, all point to female derange- ments which may be overcome by Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. This famous remedy, the medicinal ingredients of which are derived from native roots and herbs, has for forty years proved to be a most valuable tonic and invigorator of the female organism. Women everywhere bear willing testi- mony to the wonderful virtue of Lydia Flnltham'3 Vegetable Compound. nie and dashed 1 sbive 1 simer TEA DANCING CHINOOK CLUB Every Saturday Afteriioom Commencing Oct. 21 st From 4 till 6 o'clock Open to the Public Admission SOc Includes Tea and Dancing ORCHESTRA in ATTENDANCE KHT SUFFER WITH KIDNEYS OR RHEUIUTISM Now? Lsttir of LonfJooked-for PrueriftvM. Dear I can do any good the world for others, I wish to dp d and trembled, I did not know quite whether from cold or fear, but it is really a terrible sensation to know that a Zepp may be hovering about onejs housetop. We watched the searchlights dart hither and thither; then we caught a glimpse of the Zep- pelin which was soon hidden by a cloud. Suddenly a red star seemed to appear. It gradually grew larger and larger until the heavens were lit up by a fiery glow. Could it he pos- sible that the awful object was on fire? Yes it was. How we cheered, some people seemed mad with excite- ment, others offered up a silent pray- er to God. After the confusion had subsided, the streets became deserted, and in the early hours of a very event- ful morning, We crept into our beds to sleep The next morning the whole of London, and in fact all England, rejoiced over the grand ml medicine to cure Coughs, Colds, La Grippe, and Bronchial affections so quickly and so thoroughly. Veno's Lightning Cough Cure contains rare curative principles (not found in or- dinary preparations) which help the system to throw off respiratory troub- les, and so Veno's cures where other means fail utterly. Prices 30 cents and GO cents, from druggists and stores throughout Canada. "CANADIANS AT YPRES" (See Store Windows) Outer Covers from the 60 cent size" of Veno's Lightning Cough Cure, or 24 from the 30 cent size, mailed to Harold P. Ritchie Co., Ltd., 10, Mc- Caul Street, Toronto, entitle you to a beautiful coloured reproduction of this famous Royal Academy painting. The reproduction is on view in most drug- gists' "GO ON AS YOU HAVE JELLICOE Oct. message which Admiral Sir John Jellicoe gave overseas journalists the Ga- zette's London correspondent cabled, in a dispatch dated Wednesday night, "was characteristic for' brevity, deci- sion and terseness 'It has been inti- mated to he said, 'that the do- minions would like a message from me. All I can say is: Go on as you have begun.'" Sir Sam Hughes said today "that ex- ports of Canadian fish to the allied countries would soon total pounds per week. When in England last August Sir Sam took up with the British authorities, the question ot a news. I expect by now you have read ratlon for British the news, but I thought a description from a real onlooker might interest you. more keenly. How grand it will I feeiThat it is'niy 'duty to about be when peace is declared! Have you the wonderful results I received from the i any relatives fighting-? We are so use of was suffering from proua Of our brave Canadian corn- kidney and bladder troubles, scalding urine, backache and rheumatism, and feet and -ankles swelled so that at' times I could not walk without assistance. Bad tater. several different kinds of i kidney remedies but all failed. 1 sent I for a box of Dr. Pierce's newest dis- overy, which 1 received by mil in tablet form. I soon got better that covei 1 and am convinced that this popular newr medicine is good. I wish to rec- ommend it to my neighbors, and every- body suffering from such troubles. MBS. M. J. SABOEHT. You've all undoubtedly heard of the famous Dr. Pierce and his well- known medicines. Well, this preacriu- tion is one that has been successfully used for many years by the physicians and specialists at Dr. Pfercc's Invalids' Hotel and Surgical Institute, of Buffalo, N. Y., for kidney complaints, and dis- eases arising from disorders of tho kid- neys and bladder, such as backache, weak back, rheumatism, dropsy, conges- tion of toe kidneys, Inflammation of the bladder, scalding urine, and urinary troubles. Up to this time, has nob been on sale to tha public, but by the decided to pnt It into the stores, or si 10 cents lor luge.trial package or 50 cents tor fall treatment. Simply ask lor Doctor Tierce's Annrlo There, can to no Imitation. rades who are fighting so nobly for us. The colonies have responded magnificently to the call of their motherland. We are to win, for in Jnity is strength." Well, I must close now, I hope to tiear from you soon. Perhaps some day we may meet. One never knows. I remain, Your loving niece, Margie. urged that orders be placed in Canada :hrough the Canadian war purchasing commission. Today's big order is a first installment. Major Hugh Green, of Prince Albert, whom Sir Sam sent over to England last winter to start the fish rations for the Canadian troops, is also looking after the popu- larizing of the general use of Cana- dian fish In Great Britain. just M jfon do on Dr. Plerce'8 Favorite Pre ___________ _ Description, the over- famom friend to ailing women, and Dr. Plcrce'3 Golden Medical Discovery, proven by years to be the greatest goix tral tonic ind reconatrnctor for any one. being tbe bat Mood-malar known. CANADA TO SEND ONE MILLION POUNDS FISH TO THE ALLIED ARMIES Ottawa, Oct. allied armies as well as a considerable proportion of the civilian population of Great Bri- tain are now looking to Canada for a teady supply of fish diet to make up for meat scarcity and to offset high prices for meats. Today the minister of militia received from England a re quest to put through an order for 'pounds of fresh frozen lish for the British soldiers. Canadian sol- diers in England have been receiving a weekly ration of Canadian fish for some months past. Arrangements i have now been made to supply the Canadians in the trenches with a fish ration, and specially prepared tins are The British authorities have been impressed with the cheapness and de- sirability of a fish ration and want a similar supply for the British troof.s. There is also, a gradually increasing demand from civilians for Canadian fish. Italy and France arc also begin- ning to look to the Canadian supply. cure skin troubles by applying oint.-. ment. to tho surface skin. You must reach the underlying tisDties where the disease has its roots. Ordinary ointments cannot do this, anj that is why tho relief they give is only temporary. Zam-Buk, on the contrary, has such power of penetration, com- bined with unusual germ-destroying properties, that it reaches and de- stroys all 'germs In the underlying tissufB. Then the healing essences promote'the growth of-new flesh, which gradually develops until tho diseased patch is entirely replaced by new, healthy tissue, and a com- plete and permanent cure is ef- fected. Zam-Buk lg best for eczema, and air skin troubles, ringworm, ulcers, abscesses, salt, rheum, chronic sores, blood-poisoning, bolls, piles, cuts, burns, scalds and all skin In- juries. All druggists, or Zam-Buk Co., Toronto, 50c. box, 3 for ORONTO Dress Up! It's the best tonic you ever took and it's an im- portant step towards success. EXCLUSIVE AGENTS THE "2" M's McKELVIE KIRKHAM BLOCK McGUIRE p Cold weather brings out I the overcoats. Let yours J MACLEOD BROS. THE GREAT CLOTHIERS OF THE GREAT WEST ;