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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 26, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta HERALD SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 2f.; 19U 5 e have a new assortment of Fall Millinery and this with a staple line must be made a final clearing of be- fore Dec. 1st. Lethbridge Millinery Company, Limited L. A. Scott, Manager 514 4th Ave. S. Phone 457 CANADIAN ENGINEERS MAKE RECORD constructed -by.'three- hundred 'An nrflllerj' pcetoon over the Jacques Cartier River, 350 feet long, which nas, Royal Ewineers in hour hours, constituting a record for the construction of a pontoon of this type The mer tfci camp at Valcartier from the artillerv pketice ground and had to be spanned_vrtth a substantial structure in otltt to haul the heavy .artillery to the practice ground. Soap Manufacturing Undertaken by Kimball and It is Called "Klenso" In .the midst of these strenuous Lethbridge will shortly'1 wel- come a'neV and promising industry, and if present indk-ations materialize will be the cleanest city in all the tor a soap factory 'will be lo- cated here within a few weeks. 0. C. Wright, a soap manufacturer of Spokane, and uwntt of a secret process, has betn the city for some time, and lias concluded raujetnents with L. Kimball and J. L. Larsen, of the lirui of Kimball and Larsen, whereby the local men become owners oi a large share in the business. The Commercial Soap company has been formed, anil Letli- bridgo is the headquarters for Can- ada. Just as soon as the sales war- rant, a factory, will tc built here. The product, which is known as has been demonstrated atout town during the past few days, and has met with great success. The soap can he placed on the mar- ket as cheap as, or cheaper than any other soap made, and it has several virtues-winch ao other soap ever dreamed oi possessing. It will remove oil or grease, tar and pitch, and it acts as a polisher for cut glass or silverware. It is ideal for the laundry as it removes everything but the color. There are no acids or chemicals in its makeup; and it contains no lye. It removes ink spots with ease, and will anni- hilate printer's ink, something that r.r- ether soap will dp. It will also remove iodine stains "which formerly could only be taken out with chem- icals. It is being used in all the hospitals in Portland, and is a great ..boon to medical work, as it possess- es very healing properties and will he3l scratches arid'dcep cuts as quick- ly as most salves. The process of manuiacture is very simple, it is secret to a remark- aMe degree. Sir. Kimbair states "that >in Srm is willing to oner any chemist who can put the ingredi- ents together in proportion, if are gixen the amount ot each ingredient to use. The .sale of the soap is helng ef- fected already ilr -Kimball and Mr Larsen 'tisve given'-' away about. .25 Lans of the mixture, and ever} where knows there are as many-grades and of Com Flakes as there are grades--and HnrU of flour. Ta tell the kind that biggest moneys worth and nxxt agfisfaction to the old miller or-food expert. fjut the purchaser who doesn't be protected. That is why the .producers-of the very finest Corn' Flakes didn't call them "Jones' Corn Flakes" or "Smith's-Corn Flakes." Superior CornTIakes were given a name that is Post Toastie average housekeeper has, likely enough, tried some of the various "Corn on the market To realize the perfection nF lasle in toasted Indian cooked, rolled and seasoned with siiq.u- sn'i jusl as it ought lo he .MIC shimld order Poet Toastieg, TBesetfamous Corn Flakes have heun the favorite lor years among c'nef.s and iood connoisseurs. They come ready to eat in sealed packages with an Inside Container s lhat keeps this delicious food crisp, fresh and clean for Ilic .table. And the price is no 'higher than the cosfof -ordinary kinds. Insist on. your the SUPEHIOR l-Lai Post Toasties .Canadian 'Postuin Cereal Co., Ltd., Windsor, Ont. has cause the 'surprise It to he sold'direlt front the maker to the user, and is extremely cheap. It mil be sold by ilrait or bv tne harrel for 5 cents a pound, and a tea poundpail rail he offered lor The soap is sottiand c.u; he used without water, so that Tioj's aver sion to aqua u ill -glo longer prevent him from -being cjsifi- Thejjpap will remove grease and tar without water, so that it can be carried by autoists and used wherever retired The article is a staple one.r- and should meet with unqualified success here It is on the market in all the large western United States 'cities, and the company there is having all it can do to iiri tSie huge demand that nas created itseit through merit alone The industry here will mean much to the and 'citizens sTiould mate it a noint to try it cut at least. One trinlwill he more conviric- mt, than ail the Words in the vocabul- ary, and ii something better is made right here at home, what could anj cne have for not using it Bureau Favored by Main Council Si John, N' D Sept 25 gration and unemployment occupied the attention of the Trades and La hor Council this morning, following fwie lepwrc oi me general committee, m which the bonus system as favor- ing the Sahahon Army and other bodies for seeking foreign settlements for caso remuneration was criticized 1 While the general tone did not oppose (immigration, strong sentiment Awas against the "dumping ofi" of all classes into the country The report also recommended Uhe estab- lishment of free mumcip'ar labor bur- eaus as a means ot .combatting'the unemployment evil Congress will likely close today. DID NOT E THE Pekm, Sept 26 hundred Jap- anese troops occupied Wei Hsein, in the province of Shan Wimg.'ll miles south ot the Gulf, of yes- terday, following'Jthe advance guards of forty men who arrived a fortnight ajo The Japanese taken over charge of the station me Chinese troops remained in the city, but did not oppose Japanese The foreign office is to (the Japanese legation today regafil- ling the ocuipation of Wri Hseln ai outside hoth the original and the ex- tended fightmsj allocated by the Chinese. COMING HERE SATURDAY 'NIGHT BARGAINS FOR OUR BIG Hamburger Steak 2 for Sausage 2 for Mutton, front Spring; Chicken We deliver al! orders received be- fore 9 o'clock. Usei the telephone If its en the market you'll always find it here and you're sure of the choicest DELANY Phone 452 Stafford Block THE GERMAN DREADNOUGHT BATTLE CRUISER "GOEBEN" Tho beat known German narslup In almost every despatch mention lias been made or this boat being sunlt or caplured, hut at the fiirte of Anting it is jBtiH afloat and under the German flag RED CROSS' SPEARMINT DR. KiHOBS PEPPERMINT .PEPSIN CHEWING GUMS 1 The gums that are delicious and pure and beneficial. Chew them far the delicious mint-leaf flavor end their healthful helps to dijlsstion. Look for the Cupid on every package, i SAVE THE WRAPPERS -The wr'a'pper :of each packat i.s a coupon. Save them up for handsome FREE suitable for women and children. Get our tfift catalogue from th6 store or write us direct for CANADIAN CHICLE CO., Limited PETERBOROUGH ONTARIO Made by Canadians in ins most up-to-date and ofils kiitjin Canada. For hy w' H Etfcatl Co., Limited, Wholesale Rogina. Oalgary. Eclmonton, Western ;