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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 25, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDAY, OCTOBER 25, 19JS. THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY PAGE FIVE CLARKE CO. THE LADIES' STORE WE SELL FOR CASH A Coat Sale Extraordinary! 1'8 tiiis week's outfita-nding feature (if the Mid-Season Sale Tiie many items advertised for Just week's special sell- ing arc featured all. this 'week, as well as jna'iVy btlici'.say- tug items which we have not been able to mention -oit--ac--- count of Jack of space. But above all comes this sale of High Class at'a lower price than garments of such splendid qualities and styles have ever been offered at before, in this or any other store. Latest Coat Models 12.75 Including our usual good values at and IB a specially selected lot chosen from our regular stock and consequently right up to the high standard of quality demanded of all goods that gain admission to this store! Perfect fitting, con- vertible collars, very warm, pure wool materials, in mixed tweeds and some plain colors of grey most attractive and1 thnrnngliiy good selection, many garments of which' we could not duplicate now at a price as low as we are selling them this week. A good range of rizes is included lo fit ail women up lo 42. and -14. A Wonderful Bargain OUR YOUNG WOMEN are so often subject lo .languid, pale arid their blood is thin or insufficient. They are not realty sick and hesitate lo com- plain, but they lack that ambition and vivacity.vhich isCheh birthright. They and nourishment in Scott's Emulsion that makes richer blood, (ills hollow nervousness andes- tablishesstrength. Nourishmentalone makesblood and Scott's limulsion is the essence of concentrated nourishment, free from wines'or opiates. If mother or daughter is or nervous, give her Scott's for one month and see the betterment. It has a.wholesome, "nutty" flavor. Avoid substitutes. At any drug store. Scott ft Uowne, Toronto, Onl. 15-24 TELEPHONE Mr. E. ft. Cunningham, of Calgary, is spending a few days in the eitv. Captain and Mrs. William Harris svo returned 'from their wedding trip and arc residing In tlie TUvcrmcud Albcrtan. RINK MORE WATER IF KIDNEYS BOTHER at Less Meat Take Salts for Backache or Bladder Trouble Uric acid in Traeat excites the kid- neys, tlioj- ibecorao ovenvorkoil; get sluggish, ache, and feel like Jumps of lead. -Tho urliio Becomes cloudy; the .bladder is irritated and you may be obllgeff 6eak relief two or three times-during-, the night. When the kidneys clog, you must help them flush arinous waste or you'll i be a .real sick person At first you feel a in the kidney reglbn, you suffer from back- ache, sick headache, dizziness, sto- mach gets sour, tongtiu coated and you feel rheumatic twinges when the weather is bad. Eat less meat, drink lots ot" water; also get from any pharmacist four ounces of Jad Salts; take a table- spoonful in a glass of water before breakfast for a few days and your kidneys will then act fine. This fam- ous salts is made from the acid of grapes and lemon juice combined llthia, and has been used for generations to clean clogged kidneys and stimulate them to normal activ- ity, alao neutralize the acids in urine, ao it no longer is a source of ness. Jad Halts is inexpensive, cannot in-: jure; makes a delightful effervescent Unia-water drink which everyone (should take now and then to keep the. kidneys clean and active. gitits here say they sell lots of Jad Salts to folks who believe in over- coming kidney trouble -while It Js ohly: trouble. GEN. JOFFRE CONVERSES WITH GEN. D'URRAL AND .GENERAL de C. Rev. E. J. Cartridge, formerly ot Nanton. has been assigned to a par- ish in.the province of Quebec. .C. H. Fullcrton, of New Liskearil, Succeeds tife late Major G. W. Ben- nett, of Peterboro, killed' in Prance, as superintenocnt' ot Ontario's colon- ization roads. Senator. L. ,U. DeVeber returned on Saturday from. a. trip to thc coast with Sir Win, Mackenzie's party over the new C.N.R. main line. The regular monthly meeting of thc i woman's branch of the Red Cross so- cioty will be held, tonight in the Red Cross rooms in the Acadia block at j 8 o'clock. The members of the Christian En- deavor of the Christian church are asked to assemble tonight at 7.45 o'clock and proceed in a body to Wes- ley church to attend the lecture bv! Rev. C. H. Mart. The executive oi the Alexander Gait Chapter 1. 0. 0. E. will meet tomor- i________ I row evening at S o'clock at 423 8th i yt. LOvery member is asked to attend. Vancouver, Oct. -12. Interviewed i Business of special importance, is uu- during his visit bete with the j det conaideratj.on- party .Senator L. G. UeVcber, I.ethbridge, expressed himself on corn- The ried- members of the I. Sunlight Soap cuts Monday's iabor clean in half. The Sunlight way is so easy note. First you soap the garment; then roll it up to soak. After a while you rinse it thoroughly and the dirt drops out like magic. Why scrub, and rub, and wear and tear the clothes when the gentle strength of Sunlight Soap will do the work with never a hurt to fabric or hands. Try it this Sunlight way. At all grocers Magrath Country Yields Bumper Crops 0-.D.J3.' are invited to make scrap books for the soldiers tomorrow night at 8 o'clock at the home of Miss Adelina Henderson; Seventh avenue. Magrath, Od. Af, the end of most successful week of threshing Chl's far pulsory service as follows "1 don't believe; in a big standing army, but I certainly believe that the scallywag should be made to go to the front just as much as the man TJ'e. and. Maids .oi spirit. Under the present system j the good men go. In a war like this j many of them are killed and disabled, 'and the future oi the race remains with the men who are no good. An argument against conscription, has beeii that the man who does not go voluntarily isn't any good for fight- ing anyway. This argument has fall- en to the ground in tiiu face of thi making yields are rapidly coming in. Jensen Bros. Ranching Co., who har- vested I GOO acres, have just their first, and what they consider one of their poorest lields of wheat, and obtained a forty-seven bushel av- u erage. Their barley also made a ian- average and in quality ranks with I morning and Mclviu Godfrey is tem- eiiing at 8.30...Proceeds on this "occa- i tue besL ever raised in the south pnrar.I.y looking after the affairs sion to provide tobacco for Lethbridge i country. GerLl.d Powell threshed out boys at the front.. .Everybody bushels of ,NTo. 1 from a hinety ,and are h5lding whjst all j in thc S.O.E...hall. on Wednesday farmers because of the high freight charges between here and Lethbridge. Six cents per bushel is the charge for that short haul, while an additional nine cents would' put the same grain across the continent and into." the elevators at Fort William. Town Marshal Edward Hodges has been called to Calgary a's witness on a horse trial. Mr. Hodges left this iy; come. acre field, while Mr. Wocknitz receiv- ed bushels from a 420-acre Arrangements...have been made to field- JIr- Wocknitz is justly proud of hold the first.llebekah dance in tho sucl1 a vield, considering the fact Knight? of Pythias Hall on Friday thali tlie seed n'as merely disced in. November-26UL R. Needs' four-piece Tbe eritirc graded number one. orchestra will be in attendance. Al! members of the Dominion Rebekah conduct of troops in the present war. Lodge No. 41, are.asked to hand The armies of every nation except the names of any friends desiring in- Great Britain are practically con-! vitations, to the-committee, as soon scripts, and yt-t they have stuck to' the fighting fairly well. In this war a man's always in a corner. He's got to fight, whether be wants to or not. i-lc gets killed, if to him, whether he- lights well or whether he doesn't. In fact, war makes a real man out of many a coward." Senator DeVebcr stated that the wheat crop in the northwest was re- maskable. In some, cases, he had been told, the grain ran as high as i bushels to the acre. (55 Tory Candidate told Him What to Do as possible. Tuo general meeting of thc Mathesis club will convene in Wesley Hall on Wednesday afternoon, at 3 p.m., when the regular monthly business will be transacted and dues for the year will be received. At 3.30 the Dramatic Art Department will put on a plav, "The Teeth' of the Horse." A fuli attendance ot. members is desired and each memhar is requested to bring a guest. Refreshments and a social time will be enjoyed-at -the close of the play when'- an ity will- be given to meet, the talent- ed .members of the cast. Regina, Sask., Oct. 22. Further Photo iaken during an inspection tour shows Gen. Joffrc talking with Gen. D'Urbal and General de C. regarding preoar- ations for the recent offensive. SASKATOON PUBLISHER KILLED Saskatoon, Sask., Oct. Lawson, part proprietor of the Sas of the late Rev. A G. Lawson, and a native of Prince Ed ward been killed" in action !n Full measure of in quality and ROMAN CATHOLIC OF QUEBEC SECURE FUNDS .IN U.S. Now York. A. Stone- man Co., 41 Broad street, acting for Montreal interests, have sold to F. A. Xmas. Greeting Cards Made in Canada Our Designs this Yeafi are tasty works of the Engravers'-Art. Call and look them over. The Lethbridge Herald Brewer' Co., Chicago, "Fab- rique" bonds to the extent of 000 for the financing of several par- ishes of the Roman Catholic church in the province of Quebec, Canada. This is the first time loans of this character, hitherto obtained from Eng- lish, French and Belgian banks and insurance interests, have been made In this country, it is a'isq the first time that these loans have beea is- iiied-in bonded form. The bonds will IB issued at par, are 20-year serial and bear interest at the rate of 5 per cent, "nnually. These bonds are an obligation of he Roman Catholic church, secured >y rea'l estate in the city of Montreal, hat becomes, under laws of the prov- nce of Quebec, a prior lien ahead of municipal or school bonds or real es- i ate mortgage. It is payable, from a ipeciflc tax assessed by the church mil in case of default the holder can ause the civil authorities .to levy such tax. It is accepted by the Canadian government basis of currency is- sue, For generations the Roman Catholic church of Montreal and the province of Quebec has borrowed money in Belgium, Prance and England at a very low rate of interest, running evidences of attempted graft in nection with war contracts at this point were unfolded, today wheu Sir Charles Davidson continued the sit- tings of the royal commission. Mitchej., who figured promi- .nently in the proceedings of Thursday at sm and who was the vendor of large nation; The Of. P. Cl.ub held a very success- ful sale on Saturday afternoon, when -they made the 'splendid sum of for the Christmas Fund of the I. 0. D. E. The store was tastefully decor- ated with bunting, Mrs. Bartlett and Mrs. Harvey presiding over the fancy work table and Mrs.. T. McNabh and Mrs. Bradshaw, over the candy and home cooking stall. Tea was served at small tables decorated with car- Prom a 300-acre field Christensen and Drake obtained the splendid average of 52 bushels, while Amos Peterson's 100-acre HJ.d went three better. Three of thc machines in the -dis- trict were held up yesterday because of breakdowns, but all commenced again this, morning. A report.of iron bars being found in the bundles" has had a rather widespread circulation, but such rumors, seem wholly un- founded and are emphatically denied by the threshcrmen themselves. Twenty-seven cars of, wheat were shipped out last night, and before the close of the season hundreds more will leave the loading platforms. Great dissatisfaction is manifested by the town. The patriotic concert given by .Ma- Bishop last Thursday night Was rather poorly attended because of the rush of the harvest season. Miss Nancy Lamb oi Wales, Utail, is viH'Ung with her brother, John aim wife. Miss Lamb is liriiKhrtii with Southern Alberta, anri so expects to remain until the Christ- ma.-: holidavs. i CAPTAIN CURRY FALLS., Montreal, Qu'e., Oct. waa received this morning that Captain. Leon H. Curry of.the 42nd Highland- ers of Montreal had ueen killed in ac- tion. Captain was the third soil of Senator Nathaniel Curry, and his Battalion had only been- in- France for a couple of weeks. .Mrs. Joseph Lcfaine was instantly killed by an express on the M.C.R. ,t Tilbury. quantities of feed to the remount de- partment apart' from filing with ,.the auditors forged freight bills, also ten- dered .claims lor 15 carloads of hay which were shipped to Regina. ana is and feins and waited on by Mesdames F. Jones, Meech, Fow- ler, Jennings and iiillespie. Mrs. Warren and Mrs. Fleetwood poured tea. Little Miss Aileen Haffern drew th then 'either diverted elsewhere or dis- I number for the _ embroidered cushion posed of in some other way. but cer- which was 192 the owner of thi around to 4 per cent. NO'INTEREST IN LIFE Health in Both Saved by Vinol people please do us the favor to Tfad this Brooklyn, N. Y... "I comiiieUlj- run-down, had no appetite and loit all interest in life. T thought I sure- ly would have to give up my posi- tion. I learned or Vinol and after laking one bottle felt better. I have taken it for a few weeks and it has built me up and cured me. If people who feel weak, nervous and run- down 'would only try Vinol 1' know it would help them as It did me." Robert Mitchell, 1295 Herklmer St. Brooklyn, N. V. This Brooklyn; man's ease is only, additional proof of what wo have been telling Lsthbridge people for years. Wo claim and are, continually proving that Vinol Is the greatest health anij strength creator (or overworked and run-down people obtainable. We will )ick this statement by agreeing to re- turning anyone'ii money try It and who finds our claim not true T. D. Illgtnbotham ft Co. Druggists, Lothbrldge, tainly never reached the remount of- ficers. This fact was brought out in the evidence t9day and, received complete corroboration by means of official railway documents.1 At the close of evidence 'ot' railway officials, Sir Charles 'Davidson remarked "Well, it seems to be a finality tha the freight receipts were forged b sqmebody." Principal the day, hov, ;ver, centered1 around the evidenc iaken by the commission from Davi X Bennett, one time real estate ma of this city and later secretary t ;he remount committee. This evidenc was taken at one of the 'city hospi tals, Bennett being confined to hi 'bed with acute bronchitis'.- Bennet told thc story of his appointment a secretary, having received it at. -th hands of J. A. Westnian, Con-serva tiye candidate for the federal riding told of his orders "from Westman to give a contract for oats to one A. D Miller, and stated that Westman had the patronage for this constituency Hfi also told in detail of the making up of weekly feed records withou1 proper vouchers, but strenuously de- nied any personal wrong-doing or any intention of doing wrong. He told of his repeated requests to. Will Gran' remount officer for an audit of the hooks as lie was not sure of some things. This .was refused although hs offered to. pay half the cost. He told of his; instructions to pass the shipments of the North Star Grain company without proper invoic- es and stated that he made up his records from the vouchers of the ship- per without having .knowledge that ;he, amounts stated -to have been shipped had actually been .'Bennett emphatically- denied any secret -understanding between himself and Mitchell, also that he did not. know where Mitchell was, but that he understood from Mrs. Mitchell that he (Mitchell) was in the States. number is asked to'call for the cush ion at Mrs.'Cr. N; McLean's, sf. s. 524 7th M. H. BisseH, a leading citizen of Brockville, Onl., is Roy.W. Trcadwell, braterau on the Pere Marquettc nas killed in the Walkerville The generil, Hoard'of Missions Mi? Methodist church of Canada I to raise of The marriage .of. John Hamilton k Missi Jessie .McLean, both of Leth bridge, was quietly solemnized in St Andrew's manse Friday evening bj the Rev.' A'. C. Bryan. They were supported 'by' Trooper Wm. McLean and Teririant. They will take lip theirAeaidence 'on 15th St. N. .Winnipeg, Oct. of the investigation into the construe tion of law. courts and central power institutions in Winnipeg was madt, today before Chief Justice Mathers sitting as a commissioner by the in troduction of correspondence and ten ders. Tenders for the law courts instruc- tion were to be; in by-June 1912 and seven firms tendered. The three lowest tenders were those made by the National Construction Co. Kelly and SOBS at and C. S. Simpson Co. at The National Construc- ion Co. of which C. H. Simpson was president, were offered the' con- ract, but they refused to sign, stat- ng that there had been an error in heir tender. The Kelly-firm was thei. tfered the contract, but replied that hey had just received a large cut tone contract .and could not. under- ake another contract involving a argc quantity of, cut stone. The C. HA Simpson concern then signed a ontract with the government at and on Aug. 14th sublet the ntire work by contract to the Na- lonal Construction Co at he National Construction Co. later ave Tnoman Kelly Sons a sub- on tract for (he stone work in uilding. At Piitcher .twenty-six tomes ere purctiined by the French re nounl comimvtion What Is Your Blood Pressure 1 The age of Ihe 40s is a cnliwl period jn per- son's'life. And one of tlie-most common things ,lhat make increased "blood pressine" with :ts acconipanjing "hardening of the '.Scientists'-have fully proven that increased blood pressure is caused by poisonous deposits in the delicate (issues of the arteries. Qne'or the chief agents in this process is caffeine, Ihe poisonous drug in tea and coffee. "A man is as'oJd as his arteries'" life insmauce companies say, and (he Blood Pressure Test is one of the principal factors nowadajs in determining a "risk." How do you stand If Uiere is any doubt about tea or coffee you have frequent headaches, biliousness, sleeplessness, nervousness, or heart flutter- Iry a 10 liajs' change lo Instant Postum the pure food-drink Made of prime wheat roasted with a bit of whole- some molasses, Instant Postum contains no caffeine, no cumulative, harmful drug, nothing 'but the good lood values of the cereal. Postum comes'in two forms' The original Postum be: well boiled; rind Instant soluble form, made in the clip instantly., One .of the first steps away from increased Blood Pressure in ten and coffee drinkers is POSTUM. i "There's a Reason" Sold by Grocers everywhere CftnidiaN Co., Ltd., Windsor, Ont. ;