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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - September 24, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Wednesday, September 21, THE LETIIB1UDGK DATLY Page 9 When 1 Say "FORCE" I Mean "FORCE" "Just because Una stuff is Baked and toasted doesn't make it "FORCE." Force is wheat and when I eat nothing but cereal for breakfast, that cereal must be wh'eat. And it has to be good to tempt my morning appe- tite. So I Force." You just try it (or a week this week." THE H-O CQMPAm HAMILTON TOASTED WHEAT FLAKES MILADI EDITED IY "INO" PHONE! SANCTUARY I do not say your la carved Into a house of prayer, And that the candles o! (be Lord Are lit for ever there. Nor yet IE II garden green U'ilb strange eiotlcs spread, Heavy with odors of the East Or darX wtlti roflefi red. But rather la It Just a room Open to morrJng'a Hghl. With looMnj to the sun. All pure and clean and white. IA little room where vandal feet Have never trod before, iN'or vet shall tread while strength j left I in rao to fluard.thc- door. Wright Kauffman. Mrs. Reimetl, of Montreal, who was a guest with Mrs. C. McClenajrhan, 'bas returned home. j I Mi's Mary Jones, of .Minneapolis, "who ivas a guest "Itli Mrs. E. F. Lay- ton, haB gone oil a visit, to California jiolnts. i Mr. and Mrs. J. Boss leave Ihe first of llio week for Mountain near'Mountain View. Mr. Ross will operate a stock-ranch. church of San Ulego, at Jrtsh coon by'; C'hatlhta Huuser, of Fort Hose- cratis. OR log to the fact Uiat tho the WSc'a falhfeT, Jolm DflU Jatkson, died IKE ..than n year tie wedding party was a miall one. A. Steph- en Vnvra. an old friend of the bride's father; eli'a the bdie away. Mrs. Ab- bott" la a, daughter of the late John iiell Jackson. K.U.. of Canada, who hortly his deatli, was Canad- an representative to Chltia. CLUBS AND SOCIETIEt Feeling Out Of Sorts? will Bet you tight on the liver digestive organs will chir TOOT brain ar.d give you a new work'or pliy. Take A BottU To-Jiy dhl; violins, MRI MuBCoVIch and Ar thur Roberts. Part Two, Norwegian Dance, Agne St.. Andrew's' Christian Endeavor held an Interesting last the topic "How an get the most from this school 'was led by Mr. Percy Hartley, bout twenty of the younger members taking A. by Mr; AValter larttey. and a. quartette by "members f the Christian Endeavor choir, were leasing features. Next Tuesday a' Ight social will be held la church, and invitation Is Attnded all young people ol the city ct connected with any other like or animation. Great the box soc- al held In Burgnwn's hall last oven ng, under the auspices ot the Aid oE large number being In attendance. A fine programme was rendered, consisting if vocal solos by Miss Udy >cott; by Francis DunfivorUi. and readlnga by Mrs. lam Francis D. H. of which .weie thoroughly enjoyed. Soinc'forty or rorty-five prettily d'eo-" orated iMJBketa were shown. Miss Crest winning the coveted "trophy for the" heat decorated one. The .baskets were auctioned off by Mr. Wilson; a goodly sum being realized. St. Augustin's Woman's Auxiliary met yesterday afternboa a good attendance, and "It was' found that the sum realized from the recent-Web; recjtal over 'and above VALUES IN UNDERWEAR WEATHER indications point to the inimctlinle need for plenty of warm underwear, both for comfort -anti health. Weight in underwear is not the only fit menus more than uncomfortable weight. Our range of underwear is bought from the leading' man- ufacturers. Kncli garment is perfectly made and insures comfortable fit. Tho qualities are all dependable. We. have children's fleece-lined, Union and pure wool Underwear, in combinations and separntegarments. Here are a few Combinations, "for the lady who cares" We Lave a showing that cannot fall to please the most exacting. Kvfcry v.-elcht IB represented, from the flneil cash- mere to (he heaviest weight procurable. made K3r- mcntc, in all sizes. Prices from (o per .suit Ladies Vests and Drawers These garments are unshrinkable and of smooth, even texture. Full fashioned- drawers. Vtst3 are made, -witli hlsh or low neck, long or short sleeves, or -without sleeves. This Is a iplendld quality at a popular price. Sizes 32 to 40. 53c per garment; Finest makes at 75c, Infant s' Wear Delightfully toft coat in four sizes, made of fine UQ- Bhtiiikable wool with all seams outs'ao. Finished -with high neck and long steeves, cixainy flh.le In "color. 35c. Similar Style, 50 cents A Special Line pure u-hJte vests and drawers. A gar- ment that will give splendid BatlEfactioa. Slues medium and out-siie. f 75 cents garment .Child's and Misses' Combinations Flua .unshriDkatjle 'wool, In erf am color, Tho demand -is growing stronger Tor children's comblnatlone at a moderate price. Here U a line we recommend." All suug-flUing gar- ments according to alie 35c to per suit Misses' Vests and Drawers Made from cream cashmere, extra fine Quality. Vests are made with long" sleeves end hUb nock. Drawers'in full aufcle variety of dependable qualities, at to f. v 35c lo 75c. THE HUDSON'S BAY STORES m II BLAZE expenses was which mosl A'Hotel 8100 Firat do you make i Kath- leen TcrrlH. Legende, {Wlsafcwoil) Sam Sadow- Marcia I'antnstlca, Mar- garet Poster. Spinning Song, coot? Second Proprielo: -I keep atj-citra trermoineter on the punch -labelled "3 .York' WILL EXCHANGE In a fine seven room, modern house, flre place, i etc., on two -lots, facing east one Control school for vacanVlolB or smaller houie.' Apply Box 9 Herald The following account from the San Diego Union is of local Interest, as the bride, who has visited In tie- city, is a niece of Jllss s "A (iuiet wedding took place In navy circles on Wednesday morning, when Jean Tiiney daughter of Mrs. C. B. Jackson, 855 b'avcnue, was married to H. Ab- bott, U.S.N., the ceremony .heing per- formed in, the Flrit Presbyterian gratifying. The'-ladlea hold "a, Thanksgiving sale o-f homo-cooltlnf on 18, -JuBt preced- ing Day. PiimpXfn piej, doughnuts and everything "suitable for Uie season. Tfin lie on sale, and after- noon tea. win bo eerVed In Sti'Augua- tln'a hall, On Wednesday, meet- ing of the girls of tbe congregation will beihekl ia. halt with a view to Girl's Auxiliary as a.branch of the Twelve tables of euchre were in play at the card social in the of P. hall last evening, nder the auspices of Iho Young Lndlea' Sodality 'ftf St. Patrick's church. Frrat prizes were won by Glbbong and Cor- rine, and the second prizes by 5Ilss AudeLte and Mr. Kennedy. .A partic- ularly programme Tvas ren- which Included solos by .Miss Kretcbi Miss McCorrnlc'k, and "Mr. Koun, the latter replying Id an en- core; piano solos by Mtss Shoemaker and Miss Mason, anil a recitation by Mlsa Vanhucke. The serving" of In- viting viands at the card tables con- cluded the pleasant affair. COAL DOCKS AND BUILDINGS AT MILWAUKEE -SMOKE -VERY DENSE Milwaukee, Ten firemen were burned, three perhaps seriously, here today during a. fire which de- stroyed '-worth 'of coal docks and dock buildings, belonging to the GTOES Coal Co. The men were burn- ed while on the .way to the fire, be- ing forced to drive over E. viaduct was enveloped with the flames of tie burning coal. The _ three men raoBt seriously burned were overcome by. tbe smofco while crossing the via- duct. They fell from.the fcrucfct anil were dragged lo'JBatoty tfy comrades The denes black smoke filled tie downlown white the" excea cfve heat kept the liremen from mak ing succcsful attacks against the MERCIAL offers unrivalle opporlunltics for- money- making opporlunltUs for money making BUSINESS, HOMES. Localcd on Ihe FIIASE and WILLOW.- RIVERS, OUAN TRUNK -PACIFIC. PACIFIC AN HUDSON BAY-and other rallroadt I the centre of U LARGE, RICH PARN INQ AND TIMRER DISTRICT, th natural supply point lor "the WON DERHJL PBACE R1VRR COUSTIH and the RICH CARIBOO 5IININ tho future of WII LOW RIVER. now, to.laj-, Jo free maps. tilALs, etc. PACIFIC LAND A TOWNSHIPS co LIMITED, 302 Richards Street, Vancouver, B. C Age'nU Elevator For Sale or leaie AddreM inqurriei to Edmonton Sept. steamer, ount Temple, .commanded" by CapL and one of the best npwn in the Canadhn trade off Malsonneure thla Drunkenness Can Be Cored Alcura Will'Do IH v Alcura ,the wjueiy, mcnt. (or asliore iornlng.' Reports received state that she is adly damaged and Is taiilni; In water Tbe .ycseel left her at 6.21 its'morning to begin nor voyage to ondon. The morning was foggy Ith smoke hanging over the river. V pilot 'was on board nnd In the ab-; ence of Captain Walfh the marine uperlntendent of P. R., the essel was cleared by Mr. Elliott, the assistant superintendent. Thei vessel proceeded through the og as far as the naw.dry dock. She ot out ol her course there and was oc far to the south.- As a result she went ashpre, tho (jmo being 5.35, The essel was heavily laden with grain o London; and general cargo to Ant- werp.. She la a. ehip of tons nd "wfl3 built In 1901 and IE clasBod L 1. at Lloyds. "There were only five passengert on board, sH tblrd clans. 9oon. after the stranding a of ugs went down to her assistance. The Mount" Temple had her own steam up, and nvale repeated cmlits 'to. get off but at the time ol vriring she Is still hard CANADA TO PAX HjGHEST INTER- :EST i N. LGARY ,6; PER CENT. Sept. success ol the city oi Ottawa loan has caused but little surprise in Canadian finan- cial circles here. The amount of. the Ottawa's credit is among the highest of any. U is gratifying to learn that tha outlook ior Canadian secuiities hew thousands aod found-to do just'SB it claims. Drunkenness who are (or liquor liave helped to it off. Aleura 1 can be" given secretly jn coffee or food. Alcura No. 2 Is the voluntary treatment. lt j Help your loved ones to restore1 one small, _and to' soh'riety .and usefulness and to legalti the respect of tha community In which you live. Only par hoi. Ask for Booklet J. D. Htginbotham Ltd., Lcthbrldge, Alberta. is somewhat there certainly he a lot of big home fiota- t-Ipns this autumn. Accordinglr, soriit nicnding Canadian borrowers will doubtless leccive advice to wait -a while. An important issue will appeal to- morrow, comprising three millions sterling of iour .pet cent. D.omintoQ stock at 90, This1 will he the four per cent, loan floated by Canadian government lot many years but it, Me most of the other' do- minions, is "now obliged to aflopt tho four per pent, hasi.s. The price here is generally considered correct and it is doubtEul if any1 other domintoa rould have come within two points ot that price. The Banlc ot Montreal is issuing. Calgarj- city is renewing its line of treasury bllTs due September 30, at abohl six per cent, Kegfna has al- so placed a small amount of bills at the same rate. Dr. Acders'on wai given judgment fn? 'and costs. Shepherd and Diiar lop appeared for Iha plaintiff. CHARLTON MURDER TRIAL i: Como, Italy, Sept. prelim; inafy Inquiry Into "the oharve Porter Charlton, the-young Atrw-rWn accused of murdering -hia. Corao, In 1510, "traa, concluded' :oday. The result has not munlcated to the Ktni'i Tho Rrrival ol certain !roai America Is awaited. DISTRICT COURT JCESIMIS ,1 .aiZEK CASE o! a livery stable keeper for s-ifcty of hbtfes bonding in his stable was involved in the large debt case ol DAWSOB Peck In tbe District Court today. In January B II. Dawsori lost a grey mare In. the Palace by Mr. Pecfc. H wits'claimed br tho ownei ol tho 'horse that the animal was strangled. Albany, -V-, Sept, 2.18 Mr> claims tliat the horsft died o'clock today Secretary ol State j Oj Daturai causes. decision had Mitchell May, was called to the stand j gjyen aown at .'ihe time ot go- and- sworn as the.firsl witness in the, In the Cftse of--Capita vg. heard yesterday, judgment was given for the plalnt-ifi for and costs. Mr. Rkc, ol Shepherd "ar.d Diinlop, appeared for the plaintiff, acd V. Poapst for the .mpeachrae'nt .trial of Governor Wil- liam Sulwr. A SOBER HUSBAND A HAPPY HOME Drink habit Is, the cause of more than one half oJ the divorce cases brought in the Chicago courts. Many separations have been prevented when the'husband was persuaded lo take Treatment, which is a safe, SUM that removes the craving for drink In three days, without the of hypodermic.injec- tions. .The Xfeal Treatment will make drinking husbands sober huabandn, and they their money on their famlllei Instead o( over tho bar. NEAL nVSTITUTE, m Mth Avi. West, Calgary In the case ol Anderson vs. Urown, an action to recover'a doctor's bill, DANCE A will be held In K, P. Hall i Friday, Sept. 26th 9TART AT 9'P. M. Admission: Gentlemen, Ladles free. Arthur's Orchestra 75 Quickly Stops the Worst Backache Croxone mihet KTdney BUddtr Hheumut- Vinlih" H you suffer wKh bdckicUiaj kidney trouble, have able bladder andi urinary .ders, or are tortured with matlem, stiff Joints, and. heart-wreiichlng pains, you .will. bo surprised how quickly- tureiy Croxone wlU. such trouble B. Vv. H Goalcs right In through walls, membranes and dl i solves and tnakci the kidneys out away the uric acid, and from the blood, kidneys and organs clean, atrons, healthy and well. It matters not long you have suffered, how old you are, or what you hare used. It la- practically lo take Croione without results. H' ptarts to j take It and la' re- Iteve you the ftrat time- you use it, or cost you nothing, If suffer with pains In your back and or have, any. signs