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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 28, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta SEPTEMBER .THE LETHBR'lDGE DAILY HERALD PAGE F1VR SOME -PF THE OP GUNS USED BY THE GERMAN ARMY AMOICg-lMWGUiv! "kffffl Sv FFFT 'Craibrpok, 'B.C., Sept. alien enemies, permana; or AusttiMS, cannot become naturalized. CaaatUnn citizens tlio vyar is on, the im- port of a Judgment delivered here liy Judge Thompson, tiic East. KDO- tenay county court. Mr. and Mrs. R. W .Long have mov- night to finish reorganization for the ed to 312 Fourteenth street South. The Daughters :and Maids of Kng- land Sewing Class', wli'i meet' at Mrs. B.'J. H. Paunch's. 915 Eighth Miss Audrey Hicks of Toronto is visiting Mrs. A. M. G-rijg, ?ixtli aVenua South. street South on Tuesday, September The I.O.D.E. are asked not to send the new garments for Belgian women and children to Mrs. Robinson's. un- of the't-Iigh, School Lit-' til Friday- after ten in the morning. erary Society, hc-ld %pn Friday after- The Alexander Gait Chapter oC the .Imiieriar -Dausliters o noob; was the presentation to Misis Mr. and Mrs. Harry' Shnrtleff and Aileen Jones of the -Jbondon Royal Ac-- the Em'uirb 'aclniowledge ademy and Royal College Music were week-end guests, with Mr., and thanks te f oowing donations Mrs. J. B. Mulhearn, at the new King's to the Red Oi-oss ani-War Em Mr. Hodgson, the princi- l pal, presented the is a F. It. mfarner splendid specimen of 'the goldsmith's Mr. King of Swift Current is visiting Miss J.A_Mahoney, New his sister, Miss Marion King! Mr. McAnilan.1 of the "Bank of .Com- merce staff at Milk a w JVIiss Miriam StoHze'is speudlng a end visitor in the city. Bank of Commorce'etatCatTaber A VETERAN WHO WAS WITH LOBDJOeTS laid Low With Cured By CHATHAM, QNT., APRII, 3rd. 1913. "I am a veteran of the Crimean War and the Indian Mutiny, volunteering from the Royal Artillery into the P.oya! Kngincers, ami served imder Lord Roberts during the Indian Mutiny, nnd am a pen3Joueer of the British Government. Kierce hand-to-liaud fighting and continual exposure left we a great sufferer from Rheumatism, so much GO that my legs swelled up, makilj'g it impossible for me to walk. They cured me of both the Rheumatism and Constipation, In my regular employment, I walk thirty milee a day and 'enjoy perfect GEORGE WALKER. 500. a box, 6 for trial aiie, At all dealers or sent on receipt of price by Pruit-a-tives Limited, Ottawa-, WIGffi SHIPS; .Sent Central News dispatch from Paris snys a. me received .there from Durazzo, Albania, soys tho. Albanian Senate :tas oiccted Prince Burlliui 'Eldira. EOB of the lormer Sultai.'AbdL'i Hajnid, FTlncc Albania, In succession to Prince Wil- liam .of. who left the kingdom Bomc'days ago, and subsequently re- nounced Ms throne, retiring, to Switz- erland." NEA-RLY 'TONS CAPACITY OF GERMAN" SHIPS so FAFf' TAKEN London, Sept. British ships with an aggregate tonnage oC have beca suik on the high ssas by German cruisers up to Sep- tember 23, according to an admiralty return issued this afternoon. otaer BritiGh whoso -tonnage aggregates have been sunk by German .mines iu-tha North Sea and 2-1 tishing craft with a tonnage of have, been captured or sunk by the Germans in the same waters. British ships detained at German ports number 7-i with a total ton- nage of On the credit side the Admiralty gives 102 German ships with a total tonnage of" detained in Brit- ish ports .since tho outbreak of the war. Eighty-eight. German ships of an aggregate tonnage ot have btea. captuiod since hostilities began. SAGE TEA ;KEEPS HAIR BABK It'o Grandmother's reolpo'to bring bacl5 color, thlcknese and .Everybody is using it again.' Gray hair, however handsome, de- notes advancing age. We all know the advantages' a youthful appearance. Your hair is your eharin. It makes or. mars -tho face. When it fades, turns gray and .looks dry, .wispy and ecrag- gly, -just a few applications of .Sage Tea and Sulphur- enhances its ap- pearance stay gray! Look young! Either prepare the tonic at home or get: from any drug store a CO-csnt (bottle Sn0s and Sulphur Compound." Thousands of folks re- commend this ready-to-use tiou, 'because-it darkens" the halr'beau- tifuHy. arid'removes dandruff, stops Itching scalp" and falling hair; besides, no one as.it darkens BO naturally and evenly. You moisten a sponge or 'soft brush with it, draw- Ing it through the hair, taking one email strand at a time. By morning the gray' hair disappears; 'after other.. application or two, its natural' color IB restored and It ibacbmes tlilck, and lustrous, and you appear years younger'. Sold by J. p.1 Hfgln- Limited, weekend .viBltors -in -'the FREE! MEN AND WOMEN. ALL Will Be Given for Night Only A FREE LECTURE' MARVELOUS: .ENGLISH THE Mrs. R. Wilson, and Master David Wilson, of Tvlrd avenue North .j week-end visitors with Maclnr tosii, Coaldale Nursery. V Mr. and.Mrs. George ville, Ont., are guests with' Mr." rand- avenue; chairs. Will ;anyone ,haying'-..-one: '.to Bpar.e kindly send .it 1414 'Seventh. avenue- -'nfe'nne the; and' 'it wiil be' Smith lias a donation flannelette and money for: the asks, the ladfes tome, .939 Tenth, street up i garjnents on. afternoon' and' evening. ThbsQ ivho. can, Arrange; ;o are, kindly asketl Mrs. A; Cunningham of "iiifferin'' after a; long -and sevef e iljmssi underwent' a. serious day at the Western1 hbapital; in this' city. Tha operation was successful, and the patien-t was as well as could be expected this morning. The ".operation was performed by Dr. MacPhater, asr siated by Dn" Clarke and by Dr. W. S, lalbraith of Lethbridge, WJio.was.cal'K ed to Calgary forr the ;ary Herald. T r The engagement is announced, of Versclioyle .Cronyn, eldest daugh- ter of Mr. and B..B..Orpnyn, To- ronto, to Mr. H." eldest son of. Mrs. Uon, ajnd P. D. Crerar, Esq.i ADMISSION SEATS JfiEE, 'fThe.Veedee Demonstrator Remains in Tomorrow bo seen.at tha.T. M, C. A, afternoon, from 2 to 5; FREE TODAY Wt Clubland Societiesi ONTARIO SWINE PLAGUE Chatham, Ont., Sept. thous- and hogs have been killed during Sep- tember-, by. Government Inspector Rowe, as a result of a violent out- break "of swine plague. The farmers will bo reimbursed by the government to the extent of two-thirds of the value oC the animals destroyed. SIR JAMES' GIFT .Winnipeg, Man., Sept. Jas. Aikins, JI.P., has telegaphed to Val- jcartier, a contribution of ?2500 for the the; 9th Rifles and the 99th One of the iirtereStlng features of Hangers, during the cam- These Tuesday Prices Prove The Economy Of Shop- ping Here CHILDREN'S In Serges, Tweeds and Cord Velvets In tiumi't o; red, navy, royal blue, brown and freen. Regular up to ss.oo. sizes 2 to go nn 10 years LARGE SIZE HONEY- COMB WOOL colcre pink, sky and whlto. Worth C1' 1C J1.C6 (or B B3 BRUSSELS CARPETS, 27" wide, tan aud green combina- tions, small designs, "worth up to 51.76 yard. Eord- ed uabordered, yd 31" FLANNELETTE In diilnty ptak and bluo stripes, also In plain white, very heavy Imported English duality-..JfccS 6 FANCY STRIPED FLAN- NELS, also plain, whlto anil' red, 25'to 2tf inches to clear out at Per Yard .'____.... faww 12 ONLY DAMAGED COM- FORTSt in dark and light re- versible colors, very pretty colorings. Values from to To clear at I uttou, CHILDREN'9 ALL-WOOU FLANNEL With cotton waist, uiitl stitched scallop skirts j every one worth 35c BOYS' BLOOMER PANT8, lu good dark shades :of tweed all Regular BOYS' FELT HATS in all sizes, telescope grey and Worth .____ iiSC BOYS' STRONG STURDY SCHOOL SHOES In btaphor style, sizes @ft Regular TENNIS up of pur stock. Not all sizes in this Worth 85o fS'OC PEACHES Per box S B vj I FANCY CONCORD GRAPES, basket WEALTHY AP- PLES, 6 Ibe for LARGE BAR OF CASTILE SOAP PAN8H1NE 3 for GOLDEN WEST AMMON- IA POWDER 3 for OEM 1H I Sir is honorary colonel regiments. A special general meeting of the :Whist league wit! be held in the office of the .Western Realty Co., North Leth- bridge, at 8 o'clock tomorrow. 1. St. Augustin's meet as lust! tomorrow afternoon, when, a J attendance is urged.' Mary's Men's' society will at; 8-o'clock sharp :tbmorrcfw in the How to Catch Flah On- Wednesday, September 30, at 8 Dr. Dundonald; the noted Scotch lecturer, who has been visiting in the.city for some, weeks, will de- liver his famous lecture "How to catch at .'-Fifth avenue Tih6seT who Have "not" heard Dr. Dun- dpnald'have missed a treat Guild pt'.Knoi. church regular meeting tonight, on "Immigration" churjch will hold Its an- .fall .supper, October 12 (Thanksgiyirig 6 to 8, when "opdi programme is. assured. ..A flower and sale will be by >fhe nt' of Trmity.t the base- irch, HardieviUe, iqmqrrow TV-Jien afternoon se served; ladles are ar- ranging, to put play, "The Pass- :ng at Thanksgiving time. o G. F, club will' Hay, Tho G. F, club will' U: J.- South. .The sewing classes -in connection with the Nursing Mission, will reopen nest Thursday evening at 7.30 o'clock. As classes will be conducted at :ho mission, the membership wll have ibjbe.jimited, and we w.ould ask all those who wish to attend to be at the Mission if .possible, on, Tiuraday night. Paul's First Lutheran church formed a girls' club on Friday evening, to be kntfwn as the'Dorcas Circle. Its object: is to promote the social side iml ;prpyide a place-where Lutheran .away from home, may go." The J1rc5e ;.-w.in m-eet on. the second and at S o'clock. The offi- jfers are; President, .Miss -Mary Arick; Miea Esther Holmbey, and SjBcretary-treasurer, Miss .Clara Bjorkblado. V "il--" an .ad- dress on In Wesleyltial! at S o'clock tomorrow, .When, a portec.Ubh "iahen up. .Mrs. Livingstone. comes under auspices of ths: .'fit. Gyprian" ARRROVES THE WAR Sept Bmineline Panlchuret, tlie militant leader, speak- ing tonight at a meeting in support of jftp-pealfpr recruits, said a war to crush militarism hod the approval of women who had .political enfranchli- APPLICATION 'fOR' LICENSE TRANSFERS BEIN.G HEARD BY COMMJSSlONEflS., On Thursday of" tji'is week, ,G. J. Eckstorm, has been in the hotel business in Leth'bridge for teu years as proprietor of the Dallas Hotel, hands over the keys' to Joo. M-cDpa- nellf thus concluding his fousinesB career in that line" In Lethbridge. To- Ulay the License tionimissipne.rs met in'tho Oddfellows Hall'at to consider the'granting of. .s, new license to'Mr. for the ance of the license year. The, case was submitted' ami' takeh under ad- visement until '3.30 when a .decision was handed out which was not known at tho time of going t'o press. The cbmmissi oners "also dealt with the renewal of the license .for the. J. B. Renter wholesale liquor, store which has been rannlng; ial iperm'it for tlie'past three months.. The declsloa on'this case was also handed out at 3.30." The application for a Iflcense at tiie Hotel .un- der the management bJ'R. M. (Mahon- ey is also being considered.' PRINCE OF SCHLE3WIG Who, according ,to Jateit war patches, Is reported to have been killed in one of the first engagements of the war. Cost of Living a Problem V, ..With warring Europe and already calling for 'fpod supplies, this means sky-high prices here, But there is one food tKat lias not advanced in price-tliat food is Gr ape- from choicest wheat and barley, supplies great food-strength in concentrated, delicious forrn. Grape-Nuts comes in wax-sealed packages, protected from mois- ture, dust and germs. Always 'fresh', appetizing. Economical in ordinary No advance in price now Reason for Grape-Nuts T-HBold by Grocers everywhere. Canadian.Postum Cereal Co., Ltd., Windsor, Ont. t ;