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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 20, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta NSIUY. SEPTEMBER 20, 1915 THE 1E T K B RID f. E U A IT, E U A t. 0 FACE FIVE :LARKE co. WE SELL FOR The Ladies' Store Phone 453 Acadia Block CASH The Proper Styles in Corsets To Wear with the New Gown and A., La Diva and (lie famous (inward complete new range jusl placed in slock in models to suit every figure and at prices to suit every purse. La Diva Corsets The recognized leader of all Canadian mokes and uo to the grades, superior lo iiil back lacini; models we have seen. Gossard Corsets The only front-lacing corset con- structed on really proper linen ana approved liy medical men every-- where. rfty f-n A very neat new model suited to all medium and regular (iEiires lor women who want n fairly light corset at ite cial value 53.50 m A litUe stronger model IHan the above, "design- cd for a slightly fuller flEiirc. splendidly made of host coutll. per- fect tittine and ff A Cfl Special value A moderately heavy model, very strong and durable, designed lor larger or stouter women, elastic gores hack, sizes up to 32. Special value IU fcUllJS 111 Three new models at this price, regular and stoill figure styles, one, reducing model, eaeli one represcnli IJCEI value at the money Special value Crt A handsome broc-CHk'd mode! in white only, u jpcrfuc! lilting style that Ills all medium sizes up to 27; nxl ra bprcial value Kffi Ihe price men's reducing corset with adjustment band and clastic sizes up to MO. ffiC Special value at price COMPLETE NEW STOCKS ALSO OF CHILDREN'S WAISTS. GIRLS' CORSETS, NURSING AND MATERNITY CORSETS, ETC. Free fitting's 1'or all models from up. Let us lit you Hi is week so that you may wear your new gown to best advantage. TELEPHONi: People's Forum Mr. Rcnnisoii. weok-cnd visitor in ilij- i Mr. John Home ii-it week's trip Io; Mr. Kalph Slyc v Mbitois in fl( aU hail ,u ihe past year. There can he little room for doubt but that the present Commissioner of power .Mrs. .1. fi- H-ohen.-iiin entertained informally at bridge on Saturday ev- ening, the guest of honor being Mrs. I llc.1 of Victoria. house engineer. He is an honest pub- official. But the electrical depart- ment wants more than ibis quires business ability, tact, Sept. 18. Secretary representing the United and the diplo- "A. Parker is building and lilting ?.n matic .epresentatiycs ot Chile, Argentina, Bolivia, I.rtlgUaj- Hiss Flossie f'arrell has been very, ami Guatemala, resolved at ill but we are pleased to see her meeting here today that the ti m. arminti again had come for ihe extension of formal Threshing machines have been op- recognition to a government in lib- erated in this localitv this week, ami I ko. Three weeks from today anoth where there is untouched grain the er meeting of the conierenco will bo granaries are. being rushed up ready held in at which a dec.- p tlin rnin sion 1S to lie reached as to tlie ei. Webster 'liros arc now doing husi-i incuts upon which .recognition should their large departmental he conferred. 6 Must Show Capacity i formal statement issued by tho conference declared that inasmuch al the factions themselves had failed tn come to an agreement, recognition _________________, would lie accorded to the de facto au- NO HURRY IN B.C. thorities possessing tire "material Vancouver B C., Sept. lll.-That and moral capacity necessary to pro- tect the lives and property ot na- tionals and foreigners." Faeh of the several governments, it The threshing oullit belonging to a company of farmers around Armada arrived last week and is now work- ing in that district. courteous treatment of its customers no provincial election is contemplat- ed before the end of Novemher at any rate is apparent' Irom the iact that Hon. J. Bowser, attorney- was announced, would it: "judge generalI is planning to 'leave this I such 'capacity, 'and recognition will _____ for a trip to Ottawa, ami his likewise be extended bv each goiern- It is up to the electrical depart.- I. ment to increase ihe sale of its pro-J ducts lias it ever employed a can- j lime Mrs. Din-j and business'associates, receive old home in New Brunswick. He will ment separately at, such time as I be away for six weeks. may deep proper. vasser for this purpose? its inejnbcrs dcmonstvated the merits of electricity over other forms pi light, I heal and' power to urospcct.ive cus- tomers lias Ihe department dried to regain any of its customers lost to the gus company, or to hold oth- ers who arc dissatisiied and likely to go? Has it advertised, or tried to popularize the department If the. commissioner would spend a .hours around town some day in gelling acquainted with the cunsum- Attempting to Discredit Evidence of Horwood Winnipeg, Sept. is clearly the. line of defence in the trial oi the (our ex-ministers to try and break down the value of the testllnonj' oi cat-Provincial Architect, V. W. -How- wood, which forms so essential a part oi the case for the crou-n. This was brought out today as soon as the direct examination by R. A. Uon- was concluded and the witness thai the good-will of the public, must of the products of the department. Ii to communicate. Accordingly, a spe- cial telephone system is stalled be- tween them, with a transmitter secur- ed in front of eaeh mouth and receiv- ers over the ears of eaeh. So, as the topographer follows the country be- neath them, he can give easily in- structions as .to course. But it would be impossible for the greatest expert to make full noles and draw detailed maps of the whole section at the "rate that the machine travels.' To over- come this, a phonograph, is used. In- stead of writing notes, the topograph- er makes notes by dictating into the phonograph, which duly records' them. At the same time he makes bis map quarters, he puts the record on and re- produces' the notes. The bomb dropping planes are more oped an enormous In-plane, capable powerful, and designed for both long- of terrific speed, and carrying a crew er journeys and greater carrying pow- ot sixteen men and a very heavy load ers They are fitted with, a special of bombs and explosives: H is said bomb'dropping appliance which may that this monster can travel at. very be operated automatically as the ma.- high speed for very long distances, ev- chine reaches certain positions direct- en wnen carrying its maximum load, ly above, the objects pi 1L' bombs are to be dropped. German Soldiers Are Driven By Officers Whips New York, N.Y., Sept. he bad Xaced German soldiers driven to tlie charge by great whips in the hands of the officers, was the .state- ment made today by Paul Capellani, French actor, late lieutenant in the 45th Regiment, French infantry, who arrived in this country yesterday. "I beg you to believe that this is no he said, speaking in French. ''The French of War has scores of these whips captured on the battle front. "At the battle of tbe Marne, 1 saw the German officers whip their men from the trenches to charge us. 1 saw wefts on the shoulders of prisoners aud of dead men. German prisoners have told me of being whipped into battle. "One day our regiment captured some Germans, and with them an of- ficer. When they were being march- ed away, one of the German privates stepped up to the German officer and tore his insignia from his shoulder ind said: 'You needn't be haughty, now.' ''That is tbe spirit of tbe German fighters. That is why it is common talk in France of how anxious the the services of an earnest, efficient, tactful man was secured' in this field, the present customers may be held, some may increase their load, while other new customers may even be se- cured. Then we can expect a decrease MatneS'IoyaTCom- in the electric lighting rates instead jn Winnipeg.'For. three days ol the prospective increase torv OVer again, and Vours for the greater utilization ot Ine nas apolls he. confessed he had lied before the public accounts committee, and there told the story of the plan to qet campaign funds out of the parlia- ment building contract. Subsequently he enlarged on this, adding much new electricitv. L. Electrical Engineer. e again he has brought out a lot neu- detail. Huce Costs If children are feverish give a light laxative like Kesall Orderlies which often removes the cause. Sold only by .T D Higinbotham Co., Limited, The Rexall Store, lOc. and 50c fcoxes. Advertisement. Winnipeg, Sept. short session failed to conclude the direct evidence of V. W. Horwood in the preliminarv hearing of Sir Rodmond eluding' pillage m the central por- _ 'i.. j. .__ Uu, rltnir CMHIlnp- ttlf court adjourned at 4 o'clock this af- ternoon H. A. Boanitr, chief crown counsel, said lie wanted to review his notes. E. F. II. Johnston; for the defence, objected to an adjournment' at such an early hour, and said that the time they were tlu'ougll, at the rate they were going, ibe be ruined men. The adjournment was granted, however, and Mr. Horwood B examination resumed on Mon- day morning. The evidence, aiven during the. after- noon was not of great apparent im- portance, and was concerned largely with letters between Horwood and E. C. Shankland, the Chicago engi- neer, employed on the parliament buildings in a consulting capacitv Copies of some letters written by Shank-land to Hornood nere pro duced, each marked "Destroy. Hor- wood said that on instructions from Dr. Montague he had taken them from Shankland's file, m Chicago, but he failed to carry out Dr. Montague's reported instruction as to deitrovmg the documents letter from Hor- wood to Montague was similarly, marked. Shankland's letter stated that ha could only (ind 700 tons of steel, m- Rohlin I-lon: Dr. George tion of the building, excluding the on R. Coldwell and James H. Howden dome, instead of the 2000 tons pro- ou charges of conspiracy and when vl Jed for in the estimaM. POSTUM Drinkers which-the and great things are promised for it. The German submarine policy has a fiasco and their wonderful 1 lie planes mimi'iieu lui UGGH u of other air-craft are the most power- pelins linVe done no more than arous 3d to when, if ever, they -ill niahe a raid of any real consc- shrapnei They are armed with one On the other hand, the aero or more special hlsh-pnwer alr-craf! planes of the Allies have done wondcr- Biins. specially mounted to fire al al- ful work of many Kinds throiigliont most anv angle and in'almost, any di- tbe. war, and. with Ihe advent of Una- sla's rumored aerial giant, we .may Humor savs that Russia has tlevel- look tor something really startling. Usually Enjoy Better Digestion Sounder Sleep Steadier Nerves and Clearer Brains than those who drink Tea or Coffee. Ten days on Postum shows "There's a Reason" SLEEP DESTROYERS Tea and Coffee She suffered from nervousness by .day and sleeplessness or night. "tip to three years -nrrltes a young woman. "1 was in the habit of drinking colteo freely. and did not realize that it injuring my health." (tea contains same drug found in coffee) till I was finally made the victim of ner vous hendaches so violent that I compelled to give up household actrvi ties and stay in feed much of the time. Then insomnia came upon me and the wretchedness of sleepless nights was added to the agony ot painful days. "This lasted until I -was b> a fnend to give up coKee entirely and use Postum. The result !a less than ft week t to feel n change for the hotter; gradaally my riofves grew stronger .and 1 began nights. "Day by day the Improvement con- tinned and gradually I WM restored to health. .My headaches left .me; the nervousness passed away entirely, and I enjoy good, sound sleep "This Is what r oive to 1'ostiim I feel It but Viglvt to tell yon of it" Name given by Canadian Co., Ontario. IN CANADA. Canadian Postiim Cereal Co, Ltd., Out' ;