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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 25, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta TllimSDAY, OCTOBKU 23, 1017 T11R LKTUimiRr.R DAILY' HP.RAT.D PAGE VMOLmm HIE CAUSE Of CHRONIC MIS A Coattitutioflia] Remedy That We Guarantee N. years I fcurTered with a chronic cough, so I :ould not nights and, continued to Lose flesh. Uy druggist me lo Uy VinoL It cured my cough, I can sleep nights and have gained twelve pounds. Vinol is the best ronic tnd tissue builder I have ever D. Ren, Lagrange, N. C. We guarantee Vinol (or chronic ;oueha, coldj and bronchitis. Not a Balent Formula on every bottle. Your money back li it J. 0. HIGlrtBOTHAM A CO., LTD. Drugged, Lethbrldge, Also at the beet druggltls In all Alberta towns. Quite a -lot of infsuiulorsUndlnK has been caused amuag lucal grocers over the government orJer ngiilnsl kago sales of cereals One nicr- nt told tlio HcraW mornlns Hut Jan. 1st he would bo tillable to sell cereals named In tlio order ex- cept In pound 5HCk3. but wlieu U was pointed out to him Ihol lie could tell Ihom In any iluantlly long tha smaller amounts were taken bulk and oul, ho said It would Interfere very liltlo1 Ills business. Jl will slmj'ly menu suing Lei'k lo Hie oatmeal bin, live scoou nnil tlio paper bag. Crapo nuts, corn [lakes and the other popular brcaklast cereals liaw- over receive a solar ploxua They aro all ilono In sinull sealed DMhoses anil Ilroy will not get by any longer. Ji looks as II oatmeal inueti were going lo coinc luto Us owu again. TOE MILK we offer is of the best in Quality r It Is handled and bottled in the most cleanly manner. We know that once you try this milk you will use It regularly. It Is clari- fied and pasteurized. Crystal Dairy Ltd PHONE 1576 New Kegulalions Will ['radi- cally Bar Them from the Shelves IB i PHONE a I. A. are t The meniterd of tbe Kaslern Star Tba arc asfced to at the UeU Cross rooms tomorrow. There wlJJ be a business meeting. ol tho women's branch ol the Cross tomorrow a.ftcrooou at o'clock at the Rod Cross rooms.' The SI.- Alexander chapter I. O. D. E. aro serving lea lu the Vet- erans pleasant club rooms on Salur- (n- mind the day and II is hoped a. }argojpec; jf js number will attend. 'member will make ihelr bazaar j took lug rnliM a ion of fancy work auJ November IQiJi, The Itve wlro (In taUr'.h Souilay s.luic ceri iu the church IUUI-UTUW O'riiluy) I bi cuing at S o'cloi k J The members of Sir Alexander Gait chapter 1. O. K. keep Tlie meeting yf thp Local C ol Women lias been postponed from Friday afternoon, Oct. 2Clh, to a Jalcjr time When "Mrs. O. C- pro- vincial vlcc-prc aid cut, will give an Tho U. -S. women's committee of national defence lias sent out au ap- Isale. 'last iriiiiw- sale" lint every y for lUIs The U-a given' In ulil ot Hit Hui.iiers' parcels fund liy the Wo- mc'nV Civic Club, at Kirkby'd tea rooms oil Tuesday la.-i AMIS very suc- cessful. The euni of J19 w-ys realized. Tlio following donations Oils lund' have been Uipiikfully ret-uJvcd by INC club: Kroni fl.onan-li peal thai Hie serious J Coaldalc f 15; th world.-wJdo need for economy In woof, that the women ot tho country should Eton tho practice of needlessly and using H Tor their, personal adornment. thcatrq, Lclhbrttlge, I'onirlbu-, lions of money ami goods In bulk were.! also handed (n by cilizens of I.etli-} brtdge for which (uc ladles are very eratcful. GOVERN ALIENS Melbourne, Oct. Wellington, fi bill. Introduced In Ihe house of repre- fiDmnllves provides stringent rceula- llona1 "Eovcrnlng: aliens: ---1 IffiTOCH Winnipeg, Oct. Western Canada Circulation Manage" As- sclallou ivas oreaiilMil yesterday afternoon at a meeting ot WlnnlpeK ani; western circulation men held tn HID Industrial A. J.. illHI kcr. ol the Calgary Herald was elect- ed president. Other officers elected ate: i FirEt vice president, A. G.' Cowan, Free Press: second vlce-iiresldcnt M. K. Iclstcln. Farmers' secretary-treasurer. J. V- Sweeney, K'eolPress; Directors, F. If. Hender- son, Vancouver .It. K. I cltch, Edmonton Journel; J. Jr., llcglna Leader; J. I.. Mid- dleton Canadian Tlircsliermcn and farmer. Winnipeg: W. H. Henderson, Coiislllullon anil bylaws were niloplert lij- all tho circulation .mana- gers' associations scattered tli.fousli- ont UIB continent. JAPS IMPROVING RAILWAYS Now Vorlt. Oct. Ulc ar- rival here today ol au imperial Jap- anese mission composed bt three rail- roa-1 c-iiicrts, It was .'officially an- nounrcil tliat Japan Is consldcrine Iho standardization of her .railroads at i cost approximating owneil lines in Japan amount to'about 5800 miles. 4 AVOID STRIKE Boston, Oct. 25. The wage v controversy Lclween the Hos- ton and JTaiuc railroad and five v thousand freight, yard aud sta- lion eninloj'ees, settled lo- day shortly before the hour C- 'set for a atrlkc; through an agreement to arbitrate. The nrbltratlon hoard will consist of three members, one of whom will be Tlonry D. En'Mcoll, exccullvc manager of the slate committee of public safely. The men il'lll remain ftl work pending adjustment of demands. J AUCTION SALE FURM STOCK IMPLEMENTS SOUTH WEST QUARTER SECTION HGE. 19, SEVEN MILES NORTH OF COM.DALE, SIX MILES FROM CHIN, ON Wednesday, October 31st, 1917 AT ONE O'CLOCK SHARP Clyde mare, vclgltt nbout HOD Clyde geld- IiiB. wclgUl aliout 3EOO Iba; 1 gclilns. vclghl about'HOO 1 Beldlng, welfihl nlioul 125C Iba.; 1 EoiainB, weight atoul 1100 Ibs. cows, high grade Durham choice 2 cows duo to be (rcsliln Dccemljcr; 1 steer, 2 years oU; 1 Iieitcr, 3" years old; 2 bull calves, hlgli Erailc Durliam; 3 heifer cilVej.; it BOW wllli S plga, 1 month old; 1 sow with 7 pigs 6 wccka olil. A low spring chickens. binder; 1 mower; 1 iralklng scut- Tier; 1 aultiy iilow; 1 cultivator, 4 horse; 1 scl ol harroWs; H wasona complete; 1 uiicgv: 1 ael ot sleighs; 2 bundle racks; 1 over shot stacker; 1 push rnlic; 1 side delivery rakcf 1 cllae harrow; 1 grindstone; 1 blacksmith 2-iron 1 set ot single liarncEG; 2 sets ot double harness; 1 cream separator; 1 In- cubalor diul broader. HOUSEHOLD cooking good heilor; 1 roll lop desk; 1 china cabinet; 1 dining lablo and chains to match. Other articles too numerous (o mention. TERMS CASH. NO RESERVE AS THE PROPRIETOR HAS SOLD HIS FARM, M. L, LIGHTBURN, Proprietor J. A. SMITH, Auctioneer L. McGUIRE, Clerk One ol the test evidences of the irospcrltjjof the city Is shown by llic !act (haL one br the largest niercan- .ile'eslabllshmenls In I.ctlibridjjc Jias ucen forced.lo add more than lOO.Ieet ot tloor space recently to lake cafe of its increasing trade. Tbe Simpson Co.: 4th Ave., have Just completed an extension at Hie rear of their store in Jie Dominion block which gives tliem two largo rooms used as sample rooms by one .c-F the hotels. Tbo new addition Is 16 feel by 66 feet, nnd lias ueen iitlcii uii Inlo'or.c 'of'lbe most up-to-date ladies' ready to wear In this section of the M'esl. The addiliorj. leaves the remain-, tier of the store the.dry'goods and boys' furnishings deportments, and Is connected will] the.original store two large arches." A now office has been located at the rear between the archways. The growth of Iho Simpson Co. busi- ness in, Lflhbridgc Is significant' of the. increasing trade of the logical ci-nler of Southern It Is not very lonf ago that the'Simpson'Co. occupied one of the small stores on Gth.St.' lioslde the Herald Office. Wkh i building of tho post' office the Simpson Co. management saw a good opportunity lo gel In line with the AUCTION SALE t. HOUSEHOLD On Saturday, Oct. 27th COMMENCING AT TWO P.M. -IN THIi LAIJOK HALL OPPOSITE OFFICE ON SEVENTH STREET S. W. L W LSQN, IS INSTRUCTED BY THE OWNERS TO SELL trie FOULpWINQ i heavy brass bed; 1 .while enamel bed wllh limps IrlmmtnEs; .one ceil'spring; oncv.solid oak dresser .'with large betel plate mirror; 1 surlaco oak dresser; fumed oah extension- cable, rounc) invldLng peticsiai; 1 ciiMonlcr; 1 morris cfialrr'l grass rocker; -'I solid mahoEahy parlor chair, upholstered In spHd easy chair, leather seated; 1 oak ccnlro table; 1 mlaslon'oax jCrlllnE (Icsli, roll lop; I BOlltl o3k hall mirror; 1 Icnilicr court; droji head Slngtr sowing mnchlno; 1 Gent's bicycle ttilh cufahlon frame, corpot squares; hall carpel j stair pads? 3 Cdngolcnm Ifnolcjim; Japanese squares anil mala; 1 phonograph; 1 pair 'portieres; 1 embroidered bed spread; children's Bkfllca; several 1 child's crib; 2 oak diners; rockcra; 1 washing ma'c'hlno; i Sliuio rnngc (Homo 1 gnu' rnnBc; 1 healer; picliiroa. o F- Every Household in Canada Will Receive Prospectus on Victory Loan Merchandise Made Doubly ftttractive by Friday S Unfolding a Multitude of Economies that J Will Shatter the High Cost of Living GOOD VALUES IN MUSLIN CORSET COVERS Nicely IrlJium''! iii-ur 200 YARDS ALL WOOL NAVY !mlij> liou and ullgiug. all bizfi. CO roallne or ulii.nlne Itiii: Special I ui-miiar 51.25. Krlday ofj Spjii'Ial, yard OjC MUSLIN NIGHT GOWNS Just a [cu- lofi In iliij 1: lai't- ami -i i t-ry lace IiJ LADIES' CLOTH SUITS We are P'jltlnji on i.ile uu suits in riavy blaj: Hlze ID ID H IIUBI.. l.m YARDS SHEPAHD CHECK GINGHAMS ils LCI huh. Jtegulai lOc 1030 YARDS EMBROIDERED EDGINGS Oil KOCM In-avy "i to C in Dominion Corn Flakei, pkl. Rolled Oats Pettijohn's Food Shreddsd 2 for Goad Health Feed, 2 fop PCS! Tonstles, 2 for Hominy Krumbles, H !or.......... Robin Hood Oats, small Roman Meal est slylra. n 1 m Oil Ilravy ljwn- s On Krlitay. K SI'I'X'I 'l AN.OTHFH LINE OF HIGH CLASS 1 Jonolhin. CJrlmes. CoUi- SUITS SILK TAFFETA RIBBON a, In purple. JQ G lu 10. 20 PAIR BOVS1 SHOES. Droken lines coiisisilnE of hullon anil late style dross shoes and heavy school shuus, aH sizes Tcprcscntcd Crom 1 lo 5. llcsular to S5.00. Special 25 PAIRS LADIES' PATENT LEATHER MARY JANE SLIP- PERS with heels, neat patent hucfcle, umle In wide fitting sizes, 2V> to with one onkle slitiii. These sllpnors are taken tram our regular stock anil were exceptional value al 51.00- Friday O-XQ Special CHILDREN'S DONGOLA KID BUTTON AND LACE HOOTS, wllh felt toiis and IcU lined tbroOgliout wiih leather Eoles and one IiU heels. Stzes 3 lo T. comfortable nnd cosy lor the chilly -j yiij 1 movement ot business houses towards, half of llic first floor of Iho Dominion hlo'ck. Thai, their choice iras a is proved by Ihn (act that they have been com- peted lo cnlnrge Ihclr'nremlses, Winnipeg, Oct. .rail-1 wny lines, U fs slnteil will not be af- fected "by lljc proposed heavy move- ment ot Canadian wlieat to coslcni United Stales flour by way ot the Great Lakes. 1 Although Llio large supply ol grain retiulreii lo eastern mills TunnlitK "t full capacity will prnc- 'tically all he loaded at Fdrt William nnc! Port Arthur there Is sufficient groin In stoMgo lo Immediate or- ders. Tlie only requirement on western lines Is to keep llic grain' moving from prnlrle provinces lo ihe head of the Infeca at an nvor.ige rntc. U was icnracd this morning I hat there Is no gcnernl car shortage On any of (Tic western railway Ihough some few dfstrlcls may ex- perience slight delays tn securing INCREASE TO TELEGRAPHERS St. Mo.. Oct. Wa- bash railroad Loday announced a 10 Iierccnl. hicreasa [or Its telegraph Dpcralors. Acbnt COO men will be af- fected! SERIOUS FLOOba Melbourne, Oct. con: tlnuc to cause serious danlagc and the river Murray has reached n record RESUME WORK Melbourne, Oct. "wharf In- -Ij borers of nrc resuming 'V work, thus completing the coliapse of level. Several hrldges have collapsed, the lll-dflvised Australian slrike. F. S. Lcf'higwGll, .as...chair- man of the local comniUlcc''at War: ncr. An organlazllon has nlso been elfcclcd at Tahcr. _ i 11 haa practically hccn decided that ilio lulrlolle. fiind Is to bo raised for another year by volnnlary ef- forts. Tlie patTlollci fund campaign ]n- Lethbrtdsc "is usually held in I Lclhbridgo In Mbvenihcr, but tlio vie- j lory loan canipalgn opens on Knvem-' her I5lh. Tlilaimay result in the patriotic fund campaign being post-1 ponctl until after tlie live woods' drlro (or Ihc victory loan Is com- pleted. There Is also eonie tnlk ol a drive for Red Cross funds [or the year And i meeting tlio executive Is to be held shortly to discuss the matlcr. ft's'alil.igton, Oct. world's ivhsal crop Is one jicrccnl less than U wnfe last yesr for the countries that Hun far reported fo tho Inlerr national Institute of AgrlcuUlira At Home, Cablegrams to the depart- ment of ftgrlciiltlire from the Institute Issued today ,place the production at bushels. of rye- shows pircenl decrease, Jjar- ley n decrease of 0.3 pcrcerjl, nnd.rlce a'decrease of 10.7 porcehl. Corn nr'o- dncllnn Increased 23.7 iierccnl over lut and oats 1S.J jurceoU Ocb" Draallc ncllon on the part of poslnl employees' In j Winnipeg nnlss'B the government j pronlplfy Ihe-'war bonus nrovin; ed In'.thc supplementary esMmntcg IB One mccllns hns already been held find Mhcrs Rre scheduled. The poslal meri.Xbotli cairlers and clerks, nre clinllriK at what they .consider Ihe dllatorlncgs ol the department. tMnL ftl Rdlon to "bring Ins doparl- Ihicnt'iiu IQ-.A .salemcntsdroivn up meeting 01 I (he men held Insl ARRESTED Chtcngo, Oct. men out of of eix hundred tahen last nlght.'hy -police and federal ragcnd as alRckfij-B ftrfi beins'hctd fur- ther by. (ederal aiithorl- tleff. >lTho remainder of Ihe glx hitn- released filter an Inqutal- lion Jasllne nearly. All nlghtJ I Mar. 5 f6r tfio several whwuflb hundred and clgh IMTI "reglalcred mnn tn dlalrl'' Xmlutlon, To Protect Men Who; May Be Called to Wear Khaki Realizing the of men who may. t'jc called ovcr.scns service liurt with desire vlo save such men 1'uoni financial I am nialijng (he following liberal guarantee. Good Until Nov. the Ipth J Any man called under the Military Service Act after paying a deposit or ac- crpl ing delivery a suit or overcoat will have his money promptly and cheerfully- refiinded'oii rctiirn of ganijent. Orders riot completed ..the. call to service maybe cancelled. With onr reputation behind this prop- osition no manjiefetl fear to lose money on a suit or overcoat should he be called to sevve his country. TAILOR Halt! HIGH-CLASS LADIES' AND tAiLOmN6 PHONE 410 FIFTH ;