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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 21, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta SIX THE LETHRR1WGE DAILY HERALD 'OCTOBER 21, 13M Single fare refunded to out-of-town buyers for every purchase. Single fare refunded to out-of-town buyers for every purchase. Hundreds of eaaer buyers flocked to our store on our opening day, Saturday, and went .away delighted made. Remember we have sacrificed profits and greater part _ ot cost m order to raise the necessary cash to satisfy our. creditors. Read our Competition Killing Prices. NOTE: Single fare refunded to out-of-town buyers for every purchase. Look for the Red Sign Men's Fine Flannel Shirts the "best makers, Oluett, Peabody Arrow coat style, military or separate collars: Shirt, during .05 '12.00 Shirt, during Sale.......SI .43 Shirt, during Shirt, during Special Lot of Fine Shirts At and during Sale ggfl Men's Working Shirts 82.25 Corduroy Shirts, Sale... Elannel Shirts, Sale.....SI.45 Shirts, Black, or Blue -Twill. during Sale...............S5C In MEN'S CAPS fancy brown, tan, heather, chinchillas, regular per cap. During this sale Mackinaw Coats All "Wool heavy ITaeldnaw Coats, 'beautifully blended Black Plaids or Tied, Green, Oxford, Grey, Brown and Blue grounds. A snap, at Puricg EN'S Men's Elegantly Tailored Suits, ex- clusive styles at unheard of values. Serge'Suits, during Sale. 625.00 Serge Suits, during Sale. -SI8.75 820.00 Serge Suits, during Serge Suits, during Sale. Amazing Bargains in Men's Men's Hand-tailored "Fashion Craft" Suits; mar- vels of good styles, exclusive patterns, Suits. During Sale.......SE3.85 S30.00 Suits. During Sale......'-Ill .75 Suits. During Sale it 3.75 Men's Smart Tailored "K System" Suits; a snap at Suits. During Sale Suits. During Sale Suits. During Sale MEN'S OVERCOATS "Fashion Craft" Smart Men's Overcoats, cleverly designed, faultlessly tailored, stunning models. See them and they are sure to.win your admiration. 133.00 Overcoats. During Sale. -SE3.75 Overcoats. During Overcoats. During Salt. "Iv System" Men's Hand Tailored Coats, extremely handsome, exclusive "K System" Styles Overcoats. During Sale. Overcoats. During Sale. ORGANIZATION MEETING LARGE- LY TO ORGANIZE DISTRICT Men's Sweater Goats The designs are very pleasing, made pretty .stoMii collars Avliich may be worn close around the. neck if desired, or in attractive turn .down style. Sleeves fit close at the wrist and two convenient nobby patch pockets with turn-down pieces trim front. Lot 1, -S4.50 Sweater Coat, Sale Lot 2, Sweater Coat, Sale Lot 3, -36.00 Sweater Coat, jfS Lot 4, 68.50 Angora Knit.: Sale J5 Men's Pune Wool Underclothing UNION OR TWO PIECE SUITS, lovely soft fin- ish, silk and wool rib; all seams finished with silk; cream and white only. During Sale..... 53.00 UNDER CLOTHING SUITS, "Blue -Label." Bur- i relief of stricken drinking that nothing can ever restore them their normal hearing. Vet lie was instrumental in having adopt- Cilsl, is not hopeless. A reiriark- l cd hy tin1 Federal Government." nui0 SCiM1tino treatment discovered a H Cunsidcrablc routine, itiansactet' ciatio.i m... share should an election be called. UNDER CLOTHING SUITS C9 During Sale UNDER CLOTHING SUITS KK Durins Sate Bow Island, Oct. 20. A rousing meeting of the .Liberal Association was held iu the office of A. Wcrts and the following oflicers were oil: Hon. A. Durlianan, M. V. A. Parker. First Vice-1'iK.-F. W. Drown. Second W. .lluril. S. Heattrc. W. Koiil. Incentive It. L. aicGrcgur, I. D. .Tames and .1. K. Agar. AH extensive organisation is being planned by the Association ami an- other meeting will lie hold in :i short time at which i-oureseiilatives from Wimiifrctl .Uurdett us well us the surrounding country districts will by The following resolution was unani- mously passed, ami the secretary was .instructed to inform Mr. Buduuian oi the sain'p "Resolved "that tiic (monitors of the Mow Island Liberal Association, hereby to W. A. Bvichaimn, P., our tfiaulcs for the vig- orous campnign waged by him for the homesteaders in' the ill-ought A BACKACHE. burning, lligllly colored -sure of or iilflniuinnl Kidnuys. Gin 1'illa cure all ICiduoy ami Bladder Troubles. Me.a all (killers. districts of Alberta and Sas- kaU'hewan, and the measures which Hearing is Restored to Deaf Without Mechanical or Artificial Hoar- ing Devices. Deaf Mutes Hear With Their Own Ears. A Won- derful English Discovery. Thousands of peoplo suffer from catn.rrb.iil deafness or poor hearing, who having tried specialists, adver-. tised treatments, artlllcial ear drums; phones, elti-'tric vibrators and various mechanical appliances with- out success llltve at last resigned themselves to a "world .ot sllenco' Federal Government. scientific treatment discovered a ralilc routine, business was more than tt year'ago in England i and the How'Island Asso-jj.. .maiimij people lienr after years ot lay be relied on to do their ,ieat'Mas and is also unequalled for Quickly stopping toe distressing head noises that are so.often the compan- ions of defective hearing. The dis- covery Is called Parmlnt and has at- tracted widespread notice throughout, Europe where of the able results it has given to deaf .peo- ple have come in by.the hundred. The cltect of Parniiut it seems is by tonic action to produce a atimuloim necessary to reduce all inflammation, swelling, enlargement or Fi-rnic, Oct. Tlio of the orgaiiB of hearing: and to Btim- trial of, Mahommed Khan, charged lulate the entire auditory tract, with the a Hindo at. Hull Pannint is now beins sold by many- ing Sale UNDER CLOTHING SUITS During Sale Men's Fine Shoes -Extra qualify, gunmctal uppers. Mii.- ther. or button, exclusive Manhattan; styles. A snap' at per pair. 'Dur-1' ci i in balo 285.OO A bargain lot of Fine Shoes, at per pair. Sale Single fare refunded to 'out-of-town imyers lor every purclia.se. Single fare refunded to out-of-town buyers for every purchase. iver last March, has occupied the attention-of couitan.il jury all day and is still in 'progress.. The Jury, brought in true bills against Kausakii Shirato, charg- ed the murder of B. Sasasu'ma- to, a Japanese, at Cranbrook Dom- leading druggists in LelMiridge and vicinity and a speedy trial is urged upon all who suffer from deafness or iieadnoises-in any degree. Ask the druggist for 1 of Parmint (Double Strength't and fake it boms mid mix with pint of hot water and Illicit Nicholson' charged with the mur- -I oz. of granulated sugar until dis- der of Sam David, an :Indian, near solved. Take one tablespoonful four Windeirke Jo Gall; ui Natal, clmr.fr- times a day and you should soon find ed with arson :afe that and at" remarkable Improvement In your bill against AVv Jaines -Long for break- hearing, ing jail. visit-ing .the city and provin- cial jails and the public schools the Cirand Jury a very brief report, making tnent.ioii of the very in which the 'schools are conducted noticing that in the fire drill given .Ion. th'oir inspection, that over liOO children were roprchcd out-iuf ing 'space" 6t" one minute anibfive secontisnn order.' His Lordship, after commending them for their careful work, relieved fi. G. I OLIVER BLOCK FIFTH'ST. S. IF BACK HUBTS BEGIN OX SALTS Flush the at once when Back- achy or Bladder forms uric acid. Xo man or -noman who eats meat tegiilarly can make a .mistake by Custans the kidneys occasionally, says well-known authority. Meat forms, uric acid ivbich clogs the kidney pores io they sluggishly niter or strain only, part ot the waste and poisons from, the blood, then you get sick. Jsearly all rheumatism, headaches, liver trouble, nervousness, constipa- tion, dizziness, sleeplessness, bladder disorders come from sluggish kidneys. The" moment you feel a .dull ache in the Kidneys or your back tarts, or it th? uriue is cloudy, offensive, lull o[ .gedlmemt, irregular of passage or at-' tended a sensation at scalding, get lihout four ounces of Tad Salts from reliable pharmacy and take a tea- (poonfnl in a glass ot water before breakfast for a few dass and yonr kidneys will then act One. This fam- ous salts Is made from the acid of grapes and lemon Juice, combined with tithia and has been used for generations to flush clogged kidneys tnd stimulate them to activity, also ntutrallze the adds in urine It fci longer causes irritation, thus end disorders is inexpensive and cannot _ JnJuncTpakes delightful effervei UthSoMrtw drink unich all rcgu- r br meat etfeni ihould take now and tlje Wdnws clean and Uia.blood pnre, ttwoby avoidag ser ldner tornulicmtlons. Sold by am fcjo., Limited Chance to Make Money Out of Rye as a Crop A great opportunity -.vill in the nsar future fee open to growers cf rye in Western Canada, as the trade i irom..all the large rye tries of Europe is tiiis year entircl cut off. H is expected that rye will advance considerably in price as the sca on advances, because Uic only countri" whicu export rye: in quantity are Ru: sia, the Danube errantries asd Ger- many. Last season from Augu t 1913, to August 3, 19M, Russia and the Danube exported bu h els 61 tve Germany bush- vis, and the United States onH 2 bushels. No other countr> Ports any quantity oi ryt: worth men- tioning. Thus the natural export supply is cut oB, and will remain so for no one knows how long, so that there will come increase oi demand on other sources oi supply. i Rye, like all other grains, is thi r season getting the advantage of the I of war on prices. The la! i nrice from Montreal is 71 SED CROSS HOSPITAL ESTABLISHED IX HOTEL .CHARGE dia- Hotel r andna tile r0t t nolc m ij u u u i> u 3 A Belgian, English and German wounded all located in the same ward. 1BOU iiucllillts. Picture ENEMY SHORT OF FOOD :onsrB Taken Daily AM Absolute- ly Famished cents lor. export, and in Chi cago 82 rants On Aug 27th priors at Minneapolis and' Duluth were iron 92 cents .to 95 cents. Rye imported into the t-mtod States is on tne iree list is alnavs a nnrket for in Toronto Montreal, anil Ihc Unit erl States, uoi constant market as iorjbK Paris, Oct. to the AUTOS BY Londyi. The capture of ALBERTA GOVERNMENT (another big German convoy, the sec- Genera! von Kluclc's men when he was rushing headldhg onto Paris. Diaries found on the bodies of Ger man soldiers sho.W that ever since the retreat from the Aisne began the Ger- mans have been increasingly short of food! Edmonton, Alia., Oct. Hoadley wanted to know from the Bovernmcnt how many autos the gov- ernment owns and learned that the Public Works department has four- uic Telephone department ond witbiii a fortnight will, it is said, render the situation critical at sever- al points In the north As before, the feat was accomplished by the cavalry, which has done eo much latelj to har ass the Germans in this The prisoners, brought in daily seem lo just as famished as were Politikcn 'Copenhagen, Denmark) 'It Is the time since the death of Ols Bull that Copenhagen has beam an artist ot this class Theobnuli played the- greatest mabterp'icces and hH audience throughout the entire programme Hveiy note was as distinct as a beautiful pearl. tfiein frpm further dutv unless thei v eie called upon duntig the week to make further examination if such be- came necessary. THAT IS THE REGULATION FOR 'NON-RESIDENTS IN REVISED RURA'L MUNICIPALITY ACT Edmonton Uet the LeRialature todav, there nas a lensthy list of questions Mr Tweedie was jnfOTned mat the A i. OW had paid its 'iitereat of 54 on December 24 Mr. Patterson 'was told that had been collected under the Miscel- laneous-Animals''Act, and on horses on the Blood Indian reserve Mr kemmls elicited that 1o had been cc.Iecled in uneamed mere ment taxes from January to Septem- ber, 3914: .at Calgary, and ?12'lS4.30 at Edmonton. Edmonton. Alta., Oct. tlie remodelled Rural. Municipalities Act the .minister has power to create a muiucipalitj wheie it is deemed ne- cessar} 'Non i esidents must culti to rjiialify for a vote. A clause giving .the municipalities the right' to .define a. "lawful was objected to by MT. Hoadley. He wants a uniform fence throughout tlia province. HEADS RED CROSS Toronto, Oct. Charles A. Hodgetts of Ottawa, formerly of To- ronto lips been appointed coramis Moner 10 the Canadian Red Cross Society to Britain Dr ilodgetra sue ceefls the late Col Burtena of Mon- treal, who died recently in London: Dr. Hodgetts was for many years of the Board of Health of Ontano, and chief medlnl officer of health for the nrovince He those positions a ajro to lake charge of the health de- partment of the Canadian Consena lion Commission, with which organl ration ho Is still identified Winnipeg, Oct Park was tie- scene oi a spectacular fire at an each houi this morning when the hig reircshment and amusement ya villion v.'as completely destroyed v.rith a loss of The building, tt Inch is on ned by the fl innipeg Ulcc- tric was valued at and was covered hy insur- ance The stock, estimated at be- twwn and was m- surcid for ______________ C M Alarshall of Orillia has been Imited to pastoiate of the Methodist church, Out. Dr. Morse'a Root Pills are just the rieJit medicine for the children. When they are constipated when their kidneys are out ot order when over-indulgence- in. :some favontetood giira them indigestion Morse's Indian Root Pills will fuickly and surely put them right, 'uiely vegetable, they neither sicken, wcafceilorgnpe.llkeharbhpurEitiVM. Guard your health DT always keeping a box of Dr Morse Indian Rool Ms in tie home, i Keep Children M.ANIINE AKBBDQBEBHHi BBt. KOMI. POPULAR PIONEER ASSUB3D SAILINGS Montreal Direct to Glasgow S.S. HESPERIAN........NOVEMBER 5TH 2nd Cabin 555 3rd Class l Monti cal Direct to Glasgow SS SCANDINAVIAN___NOVEMBER 7TH SS NUMIDIAN NOVEMBER 14TH One Class (11) Cabin 56250 3rd J33.7o Additional Sailings Will Es Advertised Later For full mfonnafion anply I.odal Agents or Winnings it General Norlli-Wosteni IVInnlretf ;