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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 20, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE'SEVEfl LOOTS KEEL, Men's MaclBod Visitor llobort Mcllls. formerly C. roadmastor at .Macleod but iug In northern Alberta, I tlie city. Tomorrow, Satu J. W. Woolf Visitor T former inoinbor of the provincial -IcBislauiro fur the Car. Is- on but now Into m ami dovclopment soulli dan-, i" the Hty today. by U' 1-f and I, Is The LAST Day of Our Great Suit Sale See These Extraordinary Values before it's too late Men's and Young Men's Fine Sei Values Returns From Enilland .lack Bridlw of 111.. 13th O.M.K. ri-liirneil lo his home in Jlab'ralh latt nthl 11 "went across with the bat- "Ifion but along others was discharged as medically unlit. Omitted Name The name of lire. Ouo. Lnngley. 1st Ja A north, was omitted in the item Wednesday lo the honors conferred on Cant. British Africa. Mrs. Lunglcy Is a sister of Granted a Certificate The Alberta Life and Accident li Uu-anco Co., with head office at t.a has complied with the reiiiure meats of "The Sale ,of Shares Act, md been grautcJ a corlificaie.hy llu dim tnii.u nil Herald Employee Hurt while riiiiutj down "Irtl Avf. b. blcVcle at lioon tod Ar.hur Cam The ambulance rfas called and he wai removed to the hospital. O NL These Suits are This Season's Smartest Models, Blue, Grey. Brown, Pencil and Pin Stripes' UI Men's Clothing Shop, 5th Street, S KEEL Promoter Here O G. Deventsh of Calgary, princi- pal promoter of United Oils, who have a well in the Foremost field, arrived In the city last night and went south this morning. Supt; Bi Inspector E H GoddfellpTrof the C.-P. R. tele- graph department were.in the city J-esterdaytfor a, few Hours-on their nortli from' Cardston. The 0uldren Rush In From School, I shout for "something. to cut off generous slices of bread and spread with CROWN lo our Monlretl OIllo If i THE STARCH CO. yONTRIAL. CMBIWU.. tMUnaf'ill'' C 226W Elks Meet Tonight Lethbridge Lodge f; will meet tonight in t o walk a sor s e is being fitted with an artificial Imb and states that the reason his wounds have taken so .long to heal is PURE FOOD SATURDAY We -have an extra large supply of Choice Spring Chickens hand to discuss further matters n connection withthe club. Made Long Auto Trip Having just completed an auto tour through California, and other I'ac.fic raast states E O'Connor, of Medicine Hat is in the ilty today on his return home again. He is accompanied u> Mrs O'Connor, lie has been two months away from home, trayelllni, in his Studebaker car. and nt San Francisco, Los Angeles, ego Seattle, Spokane ami other nlac es He says there is a good deal o pro-Germanism on the Pacific coast The Canadian exhibit at San Diego a most wonderful one, and lias been a great advertisement for the Domin- ion. and Choice Young Fowl for this week end at prices away down. t Finest English Strip Bac- on, per ib. 23C Finest Picnic- average, per ft. 18c SPECIAL Tomato Sausage Per Ib. 25' Solid Meat quart pint Oysters, per 85c i-i'ias 45c Ottawa, Oct. 20.-AsMng for gov- !rnment action in the direction of less: italic" "j rn Church of Toronto, Out., this morn- ing waited upon the sub-committee of till government appointed to consider this important matter. The deputation included representatives of municipal ities including several mayors ol eastern cities as well as representa tires of organized labor and the na .council of women and otbe' bodies. ir The ministers present were Hon Robert Rogers, chairman of the sub committee of the cabinet, Hon. 1 Chase Casgrain, .Hon. K J. DohertJ and Hon. T. W. Crothers. In introduc- ing the delegation Mayor Church said that since the war started municipal- ities had given hearty support to the government, and the present delega- tion did not come to Ottawa with the purpose of critizing the .government. helieved, However, that some hmi should be done .regulate the rice of food in 'war time. There hon'd b some federal control o rices The government, he said, had Jraedga deaf ear to the request 'f the municipalities and he did not hink'thpy would So so on tins occas- Hon T W. Crothers declared that he advance in prices in Canada had been less than iu any other belligerent or neutral country.________ Contributes 5100 The staff of the I.H.C. have contri bJed 8100 to the British Red Cross This sum will be held here for a days in order that others who niaj wish to contribute may do so, and e inonev will he forwarded in a lump sum .Contributions should be sent to Killed in action on loth September, Warine Frederic Martindale Lieut Scots Guards, younger son ot Major ?ml Mrs C S. Martindale, of Itcnen Abbas, Hants. England, and 32 ChnpfH Street. Bclgrave Square, London. 2U-- The staff and" students of the-High school havoidrawn up a plan of action for the coming winter whereby they may help in providing comforts for the soldiers at ..the. front. Two con- certs will be giveu. the. first in De_ comber, which will take the form of commencement exercises; the second some time during the spring, and the proceeds of .these concerts w11 Helen Holmes, star of "The Girl and The will be-seen at Starland on Monday and Tuesday iu "YVhisper-, iiiK Smith." Arthur Maude, who was advertised as coming will appear Take a glass of Salts if your Back hurts, or Bladder bothers If vou must have your meat every dav eat it, hut flush your kidneys with suit" occasionally, says a noted author- ity who tells us that meat forms uric acid which almost paralyzes the kid- nevs in their efforts to expel it from the blood. They become sluggish and weaken, then you suffer with a dull misery in the kidney region, sharp pains in the hack or sick headache dizziness, your stomach sours, tongue is coatod-and when the weather is bad vou have rheumatic, twinges. 1 he urine gets cloudy, tall of sediment, th. I channels often get sore and irritated 1 obliging you to seek rebel two or three times during the-night. to cleanse the kidneys aim flush off. th nodv's nrinous waste get four ounce of iafl Salts.from any pharmacy here I take a tablespoonful in a glass of wate before breakfast for a.few ,days .an your kidneys will then act line. Tin famous salts is made from the acid o grapes and lemon juice, combined wit uthia, and has been used for gener "tons to flush and stimulate the acid iaurine, so it no longer irritates, thu ending bladder weakness. -Jad-Salts .is inexpensive; cannot in- jure, 'and makes a delightful efferve litliia-water drink. J. D. HIE n Domain Co., Ltd., Druggists, Leth 'bridge, TOMORROW SATURDAY, At 2.30 and 7 o'clock p.m. At 5 p.m. will sell one open buggy, one delivery waggon, two sets of single harness. Pork Specials Trimmed Loins Tenderloins Fresh Spare Bibs for Shamrock Brand Hams, Bacon and Lard. Used by all first-class hotels, restaurants aiifl dining cars in the west. Government Approved Meats. P. Burns Co. limited MAIN MARKET-3RD AVE. PHONES 412 1388 DOMINION MARKET COR. 4TH AVE. 4 STH ST. 8., PHONE PALACE MARKET-UTH PHONE 431 ;