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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 22, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta THURSDAY, OCTORER 22, 19M THE LBTHnniDGE DAiLY HERALD PAGE FIVE Reported to'be Doing Deadly Work Against the Enemy Along the Coast French and English Pay Splen- did Tribute to their Valor Victory London, Oct. 22. The overnight War summary is as follows Both French iiiul British pay, trib- ute to the valor of the Belgians who with the allies, arc holding back the German advance along the North Sea coast. Incessant lighting has heen in progress from t-he coast line as far south as Labassec, a distance of about fifty miles, but this line is divided in- to several fronts, on which separate ciigagomeiit-s are being fought. It is ithis line that the Germans are en- deavoring to break in their attempt :to reach Dunkirk anil other French seaports. Ti'iree British monitors, tire Severn, number and Mersey, with, six-inch ond other heavy guns, are.shelling the Germans in the vicinity of Osteiid, where it is said, terrible execution lias been done and machine gun de- tachments have been landed frcoi .these vessels and are assisting in the defence of Nieuport. The British admiralty which for a 'dav or two withheld the news that the British fleet was participating in tin? coast operations now takes occa- sion to compliment the monitors and the their meritorious service. There has been particularly hard fighting in the Ulle region, where the British are in action. Tire important French town of Lille is still in the hands of the Germans and the en- countote in this neighborhood have been of a hand to hand character evi- dently with little advantage to eith- er side. Optimistic reports from the itus- sian viewpoint, come from Petrograd where it is officially announced that the German troops have been driven from the roads leading to Warsaw and are in full retreat, having left their wounded on the Held of battle. Similarly the Russian report that, the advances of the Austrians in Galieia have been stayed. HENRY PELLATT T IS VERY OPTIMISTIC Toronto, Ont., Oct. Henry M. PeP-att, who Is regained bv many as the most influential man in the Ca- nadian financial world today, rnadi> the statement in an Interview that within five years the number of Ca- nadian industries -would be. doubled, and that the immediate effect of a de claratlon of peace would be to stimu- late Canadian growth in every line Far from being an pv'er-oredulous op- timist, Sir Henry aaid that lie fully recognized the disheartening condi- tions had fastened upon many Branches of Canadian activity, al- though he believed the country to be In sounder shape in every respect than a month ago. Winnipeg City Council decided to vote monthly 'o the Winnipeg Patriotic Fund. WAS MISERABLE COULDN'T STAND Testifies She Wu Restored to Health by Lydia E. Pinkham'sVegeUble Compound. lackawanna, N. Y. After mj first child unborn I felt very miserable and could not stand oa j my feet .Mysister- 1 in-law wished me to J try Lydia-E. Bnk- >n ham's Vegetable 1 Compound.and my gj nerves became firm, 1 appetite good, step 1 elastic, and I lost 3Urnt weak, tired I feeling. That was six yean ago and I have had three fine healthy children since. For female trou- bles I always take.Lydla E. Pinkham'i Vegetable Compound and it works like a charm. I do all my own Mrs. A. F. KBEAUEK, 1574- Electric Avenue, Lackawanna, N. Y. The success of Lydia E. Pinkbam'a Vegetable Compound, made from roots and herbs. Is unparalleled. It may be used with perfect confidence by women who suffer from displacements, rnaUon.ulceratlon.tumorsJrregularltiea. periodic palm, backache, bearing-down or nervous prostration. Lydia E. Pink- ham'i Vegetable Compound if the stan- dard remedy for female ills. Women who suffer from time dis- tressing ills peculiar to their should be convinced cf the ability of Lydia E. Pinkhim's Vegetable Compound to re- store their health by the many genuine and truthful testimonials we are con- stantly publishing in the newspapers. If ran want special advice write to J.Tiii. rixiiilitHi iinjiuin: vo. leuiM- feitlil) Ynnr letter will tKitewil, mill Jnrt aiivirerrit fcy a VUBWI uoung German returned to tlie fath- erland. days ago' the German reappuu'ett in a lieutenant's, unllorm and his court- The woman's movements aroused suspicion and she was followed into a neighboring wood, where a French patio! afterward captured a Uhlan officer .to whom .apparently .she had been, taking food and information Later the woman's husband, en- tirelj ignorant of his wife's relations with the German; was Arrested. THREE DIE TOGETHER A' few hours a drum-head coiirt-marlial had decided that all three must die at dawn ass spies. When brought out to face the firing party tlic woman and her lover con- fronted each other Neither had known the other was a prisoner .and' they could exchange last. confi- dences hecauso.'of-the presence of the husband, The officer in charge, gave the com- mand The prisoners were placed against thcWall ot the courtvard and side-bv side lover and husband died. AWAITING THE OUTCOME "The folks at our hotel are'greatly 1 VWiiat Is "An irresistible blonde has. just met an immovable bachelor." HOW THEY ARE BUYING TPhe uproar of of the Big Sale at MacLeod's is not subsiding, but greater than ever. For Friday and Saturday we have prepared the biggest bargains on all Men's Suits and Overcoats and our en- tire Stock of Underwear, Shoes, ___ Hats, Etc. Furthermore we have decided to go out of Boys' Clothing and offer you such makes as Blues' Wear-Better and Lion Brand Suits at less than actual manufactured cost Men's Winter Caps Fur band, nice tweeds, regular 75c and Sale Price 45c Men's Fine Hose Men's, Llama Sox, regular 35c. Sale Price 20c Men's Heavy Ribbed All Wool Sox, re- gular 35c. Sale Price 20c _ JU; J _ Men% Troiise Our entire stock of Men's Pants, up to and including values. Sale Price Boys' Topper Coats Just the tiling for school, about 20 of these to clear. Sale Price Men's Suits Eeg. values up to Men's pure. Worst eel Tweed Suite, regular JjiO.OO and Sale Price................ Art tailored, regular and Sale Price Men's Sweaters Men's Heavy Ribbed Sweaters, shawl collars, hand knitted; regular Sale Price Pride of the West Sweaters, hand knit- ted, regular Sale Price Negligee Shirts patterns, Sale Price 95c All sizes, new patterns, regular Sale Price Men's Underwear Men's Heavy Ribbed Wool Underwear, regular Sale Price 65c "The Great Clothiers of the Great West" General Federation- ot Trade Unions, representing more than trade unionists, today sued along manifesto, addressed' .to its members and to affiliated bodies and Europe, explaining its attitude in the present crisis has not been against the British gov- ernment, as has in Germany and Austria While workingmen deplore the-war, the manifesto says, tbey do not think responsibilit) for it rests upon the conduct or the policy of Great Bri- tain. The document urges co-ordination of all branches of existing charities and.relief tundb to meet tSie distress created by the war, and declares that the funds subscribed up to the pres- ent time arc inadequate TROUBLES OF A PROPHET !n a certain- town the local fore- of the weather was so often wrong that his predictions became n standing joke, to his no small annoy- ance, "for lie was verv sensitive At length, in despair of lUIng down Ma reputation, he asked headquarters to Iransfer him to another station. A brief correspondence ensued. asked headquarters, wish to ibe'lraubferred1'" the forecaster promptly replied, "the "climate -doesn't agree 1th grapn. Wiley, former Mayor of-..Pres- dcn, Ont., is dead. MMR DAY Ltu STATUE OF LORD NELSON WILL REST IN THE ALBERTA LEG- ISLATIVE CHAMBER WIRE COILS PROTECT GERMAN TRENCHES Edmonton, Ocl 21 When the House rose at six Rev. A. Hall, representative of the British and Foreign Sailors' Society, enterwl chamber and'Trafalgar Day was commemorated bj a verj prcttj Ceic- mon> :The.visitor was introduced by Hon.i J 11 Bojle and in a neat speech presented the Legislature with a sta- tue of Lord Nelsoa in'copper from inotinud on a pedes- tal an exact rephra ot the monument in Trafalgar Square m London In a cant) m the pedestal was deposited by Mr Boyle a metal tube containing the names of all schools in Alberta who have received Nelson shields and other information. Then came a surprise (or Speaker Fisher. He was presented with a saher also made Item Victory cop- per, suitably engraved and inscribed MV8TEHY IN THE DEATH OF A_ RICH -MAN'S DAUGHTER Denver, Colo, Oct are Investigating mysterious death here of Helsn Schulty, 25, daughter of "red Schulty, millionaire lumber- nt Tnlofln rav.ll. fled wltii th'c case" Or J M Perkins, mayor of'Denver, says blood nolsonlnj existed. oavlBPd, he thought, by an np- The Germans have found a new plan of .protecting their soldiers in the trenches. Coils of wire are placed before the trenches and when a shell falls, they prevent the fragments of tho shell fropj spreading to the trenches Sbacktaton says: The qttettttH of tin tHKtmtrmtal beef svftty ts test Sliackleton knowt, u taking no risks He chooses BOTTI! because the feed he tabes must yield every ounce of nourishment to his men. Follow ton's example Into a single bottle of Bovril ii packed the fmimhment value of many pounds ot beef, and even, plain meal yields much more strength cnt ii you ve taimK Bovri! But nmetnbet ords- H Bovrll. IF KIDNEYS AND BLADDER BOTHER Take a glass of Salts to flush out your Kidneys and neutralise Irri- tating acids. Kidney and Bladder weakness re- sult from uric acid, says a noted au- thorit} The kidneys fllter this acid from the blood and pass it on to the bladder, where It often remains to irritate and inflame, causing a burn- ing scalding sensation, or setting up an irritation at the neck of the blad- der, obliging you to seek relief two or three times during tne night The sufferer is In constant dread, tlie wat- er passes sometimes with a scalding sensation and is very profuse, again, there is difficulty In avoiding it. Bladder weakness, most folks call it, because they can't conlrol urina- tion While it Is extremely annoying and sometimes very painful, this Is really one of the most simple ail: ments to overcome Get about lour ounces of Jad Salts from jour phar- macist and take a taWespoonfuI Jn a glass of water before breakfast, con- tinue this for two or three days. This will nautralize the aclSo In ihe urine so It no longer Is a source of irrita- tion to the bladder and urinary .or- gans which then act normally again. Jad Salts is inexpensive, harmless, and is inade from the acid ot grspea; and lemon juice, combined wttn JIIUV and is used by thousands are svfbject to urinary cd by uric acid is splendid bad effects il ;