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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - October 27, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta October 2 THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD U T Dodd's Guarantee with Thornton Douglas made tr. measure clothing guarantee each garment made by us to be free from Imperfections In both material and workmanship, to be tailored by skilled people, and made cf dependable cloth, thoroughly shrunk, Should any garment prove satisfactory, and not as repre- sented, we request that it be re- turned when it will be replaced by another or the money re- funded. Thaell Dodd 305 SIXTH STREET SOUTH, j London, OcL fight for the tadlug seat In Parliament, made ya- by the appointment of Sir Rufus aacs to the post of Lord Chief Jus- ca, is now In full swing. "Iliwiii ou an isiond" .is the Ulle of p. en Satur- [day with Indians in tho leid- i leg role. Three bik-ks, three squaws, jrj.d one tiafuuse were gurnered in by the Moi-iitcd 1'olice while thcf were i'uj a celebration on the ud just viest ol the power sta- tion. Tre papoose was the coly o! the lot that, wasn't -In oa the bcoze. Tlie thrte squaws antl utcl paid lieir fines tte other kveie up (or a month. K. Halle cd the liquor, was giv- ei; three itiutiths. Curing Husbands Of Drink Arc you worn oul and discouraged trying to get them tober anil keep them tliat vay Ho they promise they 'trill sloi> aud then go out and Ket drunk Do you realize they do. not deceive you and themselves because they are wilful; but because thoy are poisoned with alcohol end cannot resist craving for drink? You wives of drinking men can have sober husbands and sons If you will send them to the N'eal Institute. Tlie Neal Treatmcut" la a safe sure vege- remedy that will remove the craving for drink In three days with- out the UEU of tiyivodermtc Injpc- lions and restore your husband or son to BObriety and usefulness. Call at NEAL INSTITUTE, S20 13lh Avc. Phone W. 1525 CATASTROPHES OF ONE WEEK SQUADRON OF NINE 31G BATTLE- SHIPS LEFT FOR EUBpPE SATURDAY Hampton Va.. Oct. engers bearlug ihe digniiy and power ol the linHed States, nine mooster UaUU-shlps look their leave loday YOHI the shores o[ America for ledlttTrancan. Grim In tbe dull grey paint of their the ponderous war uiacb- ies nod'led u final farewell on the .velltng Udo or llamptoa Itoads were- 'i-, Cantatas ot the fleet headed Admiral Charles J. Badger re- their last word o! Instructions ;d f are will from assistant Becro- ly ot the Navy, Roosevelt. The assistant secretary, rejiresent- g the navy department and the Acsldent came down on the Potomac hi ihe Yacht Dolphin and took his place at the head oT the double col- umn of battleships swinging at an- chor in Horseshoe formation out across the fairway of the roads. From the flagship Wyoming at tho head of I lie ot.'tho column Id (he bulky auxillares lying .below aU Fhlps were In holiday drc'es. From the Wyoming out "across the "'Fairway swung tho Utah, Florida, Delaware Vermont, Kansas aud Ohio aud Turlher In a croup Ihe auxil- iaries Celtic, Cyclops. Orion and Jason..' Tbe. battleships.wore Uie pick of the The ceremonTes sail-' Ing of the time leirigj Uie little Dolphin the ship of; the- from Uie lig sblpa eacli 'caplain.foll- owed tho rear admiral to. pay his re- Bpects to Assistant Secretary RCOEG- volt. With tho Secretary was' a party of officials from Washington, includ- ing Assistant Secretary of State, Oe- borne, As'slstant of War, Henry Breclcenridge, At- torney General, Samuel J, Graham, John Burke, Treasurer of th'e United States; Commissioner of CcrrporaUons Joseph E. Davis apd Senator Brand- ego. After tbe "ofncjal.vfslt tojthe Dol- phin, the big hattleshlps etood by to await the return caiis to be-pald ihe Secretary. the swung in the tig steel ahlps-awung down the chan- nel and as each vessel passed In re- view out to farewell salutes "of tho departing vessels were fired." NOMINATIONS IN H. Mil- ncr and J. R. Fallis, were nominated here-'today as Uie Liberal and.'Con- servative for the pf PeJEl.coti.gtf, in the to succeed lers, appointed to the regtstraTfihf GRACE JOHNSON "NecTa1 'In the Carrier, MajeiticTheatre, October 30 and 31, 2B LfVK LOS Pros. JJothevwcll Deliv- ers Opening Address .Atloudaiiue -Striking cartoon showing the heavy harvest of the Grim.Reaper receaily. HIS MAJESTY AT THE on A f v or a yard of r _ it 9tand Until tKq oil has permeated