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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 8, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta VRIOAY, .SKPTEMBEIl 8, 1910. THE UvriinniDGE DAILY HERALO PAGE On .Wednesday evening HuTKinanii'K hall wan the o.'-Giie of a smoker and presentation in 'honor of Androw, Qlltcn, for ten years an-employee of No. It mints an section and pit boss. Louis Mooi-o presided over the gath- ering, and Harry Kairhni'st presented Mr. Queen with an Bold watch. Mr. Queen is leaving shortly lo join tljo tills! Uallallmi and the men nf the mine look this method ,of showing A 78% INCREASE Bank ciloaringH'fur the weoli ending yesterday were .as against. for the ''corrqanoiulliiK1 weeli last year, nn Increase of 78 per cent. COLS tfcolr appreciation, The recipient of die-watch thanked the. men for the groat honor dqne him, saying that ho regretted leaving Ills comrades In the mines but he'thought thu comrades who had donned the Uhaki and gone to fight for .king and country needed hia help ao there .was nothing left but to go. A very li'u-ge proportion of the English speaking workmen at No. 8 Our Fall.. Stock Has Arrived! .Before your order for a suit or over- coal, call in and see lliesc goods. We have ji two liiia- dred yards of pure indigo serge. This will not last long, so place your order early. F.Thaell Ladies' and Gents' Tailor PHONE 1160. 608 3rd AVE. NEXT P. BURNS' I'orl Arthur. Sent. a means of oxiireHBlni; tholr toward Lkmt.-Ool. Miilsenzie and Iliolv doslru that lio be reinstated lifter having iMC-n temporarily suspaudcd pentlhiB an Inniilry, a lar'so number of men of tlie. Mist baltiillon refused lo ans- wer rail to imrailH this afternoon. Hearing ef the Situation Col. McKon- zii' proceeded to the Hues and with tears In his eyes Implored the men to remember they were soldiers and tc, obey orders. imsiirliiu them he was coalldont of full vindication and re- instatement. The. men then paraded. TO 1NSTAL SELF TIPPLER isiivdnl i" Tuber. Sept. Clarke, ivuro- poan traveller and agent for the firm of Mead, Wrightson and Co., StscUon- on-Tees, Kngland. wlio are probably tilt iarsesl manufacturers of minins mac'.linery In Kngland. who is non- oil his way lo Knglaml, visited tlie Nepal Collieries today to supervise the drawings, plans and specifications for the erection of an aillonifilie self tippler and oilier buildings. This tippler Is supposed to handle from IfiUO lo Ions of t-oal daily with scarcely any manual Inbor. This plant and all arceasirijs will lin submitted to linns In Calgary for OPPOSE DRY PLANK IN ONTARIO PLATFORM Toronto Sept- dispatch to tile Globe from Windsor says thousands of flegrams will be dispatched from all parts of the province to Premier Hearst within the next few days pro- testing against the adoption of tlie prohibition law in tile "platform.' The telegrams will lie so worded as to indicate that the senders favor permitting beer and wine licenses to hotel who have not been con- victed under the Liquor License, act within the last year. IS SUSPENDED Ottawa. Sept. D. C. Mc- Kenzie, of the 141st battalion, tort Frances and Port Arthur, has been temporarily suspended from his com- mand pend.ing a military inquiry De- of tlie..inquiiT are not aval a We here. thouBh it is intimated that the matter is not of extreme seriousness. TO SAVE MONEY Is To Buy Where Your Dollar Does Its Duty Western Mercantile Co.'s Specials for Sat. MEN'S SUITS A very fine range to pick frotii. Lot No. 1 Rack -Bines, greys, dark browrifTancl; striped. Special Lot No. 2 Rack In .bines, browns, striped. Men's Work Shirts In khaki and stripe. Regulai Saturday only Special 95c Fall and Winter goods arrh ing daily. Boys' School Shoes Laced. Very strong. Well worth Men's Overalls Worth Special i Suit Cases This is a real bargain. Regular Special Boys' Rompers Only a few lei I Bine, icd ti ira- ing. Special....... 35t Full range of trunks on hand at reasonable prices. i ,f Grocery Specials for Saturday Only PURE JAM. 4 lb. palls in Rasp- berry and Black Currant only" Per pail CORN SYRUP. 5 lb. pail OC- per pail JJt CORN STARCH. 3 packages L. STARCH per ST. CHARLES' CREAM -11 per tin POST TOASTIES per package ROLLED OATS 8 pound sack......... CREAM OF WHEAT per package B. R, JAPAN I3REEN'' TEA. per lb........... DOMESTIC SARDINES per tin B c RED SA'LMON Large tins, iier tin CRISCO Her till 35c ami SODA BISCUITS per pacKage 25c lOc lOc 35c 20c 40c 5c 20c 70c 23c SUGAR SPECIAL! For Saturday Only 20 Ibs. B.C. Sugar .With, a Grocery. Order 10 Ibs. B.C. Sugar 90c With a fa 00 Grocery Order 50c 50c SUNLIGHT SOAP 11 bars for GOLD SOAP 11 bars for R. C. SOAP or G. W. WASHING POWDER 2 package LUX 3 package: for Fresh Fruils and 25c lOc 25c 25c lOc 2c CRAB APPLES Ibs. for Per case PEACHES 4 PLUMS per pound Per case APPLES. No. 1' pounds for Per cane B. C. POTATOES 15 pounds for B. C. CELERY per pound CABBAGE per pound The Westemi Mercantile Co. Yoiir Dollar Docs Its Duty." Fall ft. and Winter Goods Now Have First Place Qiiifc QUrtc m.m Underwear, and Wool Dress Materials Assortments Large Qualities Dependable Prices Lowest Our Big Showing of Heavy Coats is Attracting Attracting Attention. Lots of Style and Comfort in lOur Coats Eieli Sen'lctt-n C'tMts, "P to Heavy. 8ofi Chinchilla Coats.. Fancy Tweed Coats CrcanrjCurl Cloth Coals cffiil. Bliiiwl 'Uld Fine Beaver Coats. and Smart fSerffe Suits (laherdine Sails, navy, lilack, brown to Tweed and Cheviot. Suits All Suits are in the Best Fall Stylos and Tilchly Lineil. Watson's Fail Und'wear for Women and Children Combinations, per suit, :inci Vests and Drawers, each 35c, 50c, 75c up to Children's Combinations, and Dress Goods The Department is stocked with most complete, range of Gaberdines, Tweeds, Broadcloths, Checks and real Tartan Piaids. Also 40-inch Costume Velvets in Brown, Black and Navy. Don't Miss' Seeing- This Stock When in Search of New Dress Materials. The Simpson Co'y-, Limited We understands however, that there are. other questions affecting tlie case and .these" a re. being T thoroughly in- yVstisated by the authorities. The noimlation of Nobleford is steadily increasing. This iveek we al'e pleased to he .able to liand out congratulations to A. .Macleoil, ou DEATH OF NOBLEFORD MAN [N- CONDI- ENLISTMENTS (From Our Own Correspondent) Nobleford, Sept. are lha duck days and a number of local en- .Iready succeeded in .Heady succeeiieti m i WLitiei. me taiim u, tut ..cotv-t.m. and scaring many I lie found laid schemes thusSasts liav. i bagging a few ore. Roast and fried duck will be order of the next few days until the birds get wise and fly from pres- ent ills to others they know not as yet. Miss Moody of Lethbridge has ac- cepted a position with .Mrs. McDow- ell at the restaurant. Since the death of Fred Mask, which occurred number of minors'.have 'some; of which went to suggest that the de- ceased mot his death by poisoning. has taken, the" matter up and a'care- ful and thorough analysis of on -Monday evening. The ground was already full of moisture ami some difficulty had been experienced in making good progress. The state of the land will now enhance the dif- ficulty and the problem -of harvesting will become acute. It is likely that all farmers will begin to cut just as congratulations to A. .Macleod, our all farmers will begin to cut just as local blacksmith ami his wife on the soon as conditions are favorable and birth of a 'son :on Sunday evening. Botll ihoUier and child are doing -..illrs. C. Noble and family and Mrs. Von Mieleski returned on Sat- urday from a short holiday spent at Banff. One of our prominent local citi- zens endeavored; io cross the main street after the rains of the week-end allow the grain'to ripen out in the stocks. There are some heavy crops in this district and :nost of the farm- ers are working two to a bin- der. If the fine weather continues harvesting will be general again by the end of the week. Privates Rodgers and Coyle spent a couple of dajs nere tins week MS iting friends and Incidentally look- ing out for prospective recruits. They report that their battalion the. 113th, is nearly at full strength and. are and men gang aft agley" and it. was wllh evident difficnlly that lie finally managed lo extricate him- is nearly at lull sirengui anu.aie self from the iiuagmire. All of which confident tiiat in two or three weeks goes to show that the idea of decent they will be heading for Kngianr' and sidewalks is not. a. foolish fad but an tn oal- m.ii.inv Berlin The urgent necessity. Where is the board Pomona, Cal., is being tested by an expert to deterjnine whether its crust is moving. Similar teats will be made in 28" other Southern Cali- fornia cities. of trade? R. B, McKlnnon ,'rance, to say nothing of Berlin. Tht Kilties have now a very fine .hunch of fellows and they are hoping to be able to go to the front as a unit. Mr. and Mrs. John Medd, of Clinton Ont. are visiting their son, 11. Medd. Sir. .Medd says that he has carefully examined the crops on the way up especially those in Southern Saskatchewan, he stopped off at several places to examine the rv.. muiMuiiuii, .spent.. Monday which occurred numoer 01 here on his way to Warner where he rumors'.have 'some; of Silas taken up.duties as station'agent. ----1 ............t tiio ,io. I [t; seemed like old times to see his cheery smile once again. Joins His Soldier Brother The McDowell family, is certainly ._. ful and thorough analysis of the'deatt I endeavoring to do its bit in the great at several places to examine the man's stomach has''been made with struggle. Eddie enlisted in the Kii-1 grain more closely He has spec! the result, that no trace of poisoning i lies early in the year and this week i mens of wheat, from soma of the -iu has been found This effectually Arthur joined up in the same battal- fields ho looked at and none of the clears up the suspicion which has Ion. I grain is worth anything some in been commonly heard around here.! The Red Cross Society acknow-j fact not being equal to No -1 glade ________________________I ledges with thanks receipt of a parcel! Aledd says that C S Noble s Held Of bandages, etc., from Indies of Keho j just east of town is Uie flist realij per Mrs. .1. F. Gleason. The chair- good field of wheat he has seen this man of the society. Rev. W. G, Marsh j year, and lie is in a position to judge win be glad to receive magazines, Progress is being made on I H jetc for soldiers in hospital. These Medd's new residence which Is being 'magazines are greatly appreciated built next "to the Manse The Dutch and it Is the intention of the local i Christian Reformed church will be branch to send forward a continuous I in a fortnight to build a manse i for their new pastor Rev Gclder- loos. Rev. Mr Gelflerloos and tarn ily are at present with Van Dyke: Private Archer of the who is staying with' Mr. 'Sam at White Lake, has had an 'extension of leave granted-to him-and ei'focts to be here for another thirty days. Effect of the Rains While a Paterson V 1 couple were Cutting hss had to be temporarily in a reconciliation unbrace a note suspended this week owing to the sev- from (mother man fell from the wife t ere rain which fell without intermls- sleeve and started tiouble all over I sion from Saturday night until late again. THE NEWEST DISCOVERY IN CBEM1STRY This recent discovery of Doctor Pierce, who is head of the Invalids' Hotel and Surgical Institute at Buffalo, K Y Experiments at Doctor PierM'l Hospital for several jears proved that there is no other ehmimtor of uric Mid that can be compared to it lorthow easily recognized symptoms of mnan- matton as backache, scalding nrme and frsquenfc urination, as well aa sedi- ment in the urine, or if uric acid m blood oauied rheumatism, it is simply wonderful surely "Aninc" acts The best of results are always obtained in cases of acute rheumatism in the joints, in gravel and gout, and invariably the pains and stiffness which so frequently and persistently accom- pany the disease rapidly disappear. Go to your nearest drnr, store and simply asL for a 50 cent package of manufactured by Dr Pierce, or send 10 cents to Dr Pierce for a large tnil package. If you snspect kidney or bladder send him a sample of your water and dewrtbl symptom! Doctor Pierw's will eiamine it, then Dr Pierce will report to you, without lee or chatfe. NOTE: French scientists affirm that "Anunc" is thirty seven times more active lithia in eliminating nnc acid, and is a harmless but rehaMe chemical ooaHnmad that may be saftly given to children, hnt should be only bjr frown npe who actaally tertore their kidnerl to perfect by conscientionsly using om more m M "AWfje' thanks to Doctor is by far the tadiwr bladder nornctor obUiMbte. Dr. Pieree'i an UM Mile Liver Pills tot a ortfciitlt. ;