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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - April 17, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDAY, APRTL 17, 191G. THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD PAGE Si5VEN Her Home No Longer Childless Operationnot Necessary after Taking the Great Medicine for Women. Miner's Falls, Mnss.-"Doctors suld 1 had displacomont vory badly and I , would hRve to have nn oporntion. I had b BoreneBS In both sides and a palling s o n s a t i o n in my ri^hl Hidu. I could not do much work the pain was bo bad. 1 was also troubled withirregularityand other wuaknesaes. My blood v/bb poor. Wg had been married four vears and ---- had no children. After using Lydia E. Plnkham's V�g-4t�ble Compound and Blood Purifier I became well and stroncf and was saved from the operation. We ore now thi liarents of a big baby girl and I praise your remedies to others and give you JermisBion to publish my letter."-Mrs. OSEPH GuiLBAULT, JR., Bridge Street, Miller's Falls, Mass. Lydio E. Pinkhom's VcRctable Com-liound is famous for restoring women to normal health and stront,!.h. When this is done wives no longer despair of having children. A wonrnn slionld be reluctant to Riibmit to a surgical operation until slio hiM plveu Ii.vdla K.Plnk-ham'.s Vegetable Compound a fair trial. If you liavo acuHc that needs Hpcclal nUvlcc, write tho Ijydia E. Pinklmni Ulcdiolue Co. (confldontial), T^ynn, Mass. It ia Xrce uad always lielpiul. picrnKKS or (Canadian front taken uv luyn hned soldiek Those plolures. taknn by a Canadian soldirT now inviilliled homo, wlu) took u Hniiill eainerii to Ihn front trondicH, and Ki^i'.'" a KOf.d Idea of the conditions under which ('anailians arr; flKhlljii;. Tin; pictnrH with tho Btately Irno in tJie forcgroiiiid, K?. a suburb of I'locKKlri'Ol, tlm wliiie luiildtug was used for a blllfit. Tho long row of truos tlrrim^k a nuiin roiul at DicUlobiiHli on which tli� Canadian transport Is hJiMcd. Tlio road 1h a mil(^ and a half behind the tranchps and Is Bholloa ovory-day. liotlom pictiiro fjhnws the baltlo Una In broad dayliuht with Germans only ;i fow yards away, Tho dark Klreak Is the Canadian trench with the GiMinuns y.-ird.s Ijoyond. Tlio gun plctura shows a Kix-lnch sun mounted an a storii clia'I'r (in a (,'ainul);i;i dard of purity which is backed by a $5,000 guarantee. If a soap has no standard there is no reason why it should always be of uniform quality, always contain the best materials or he anything like as good as the soap with a standard. 142 5 cents AiUALIEPflR WESLEY SUiAYS 0 PHONE 1224 .Mr. and Mrs. George C. Miller were vlsitur.-j irom 1'aber this week-end. Capt. and -Mrs. Wallace returned Inst night from a visit to Calgary. Lieut. J. A. Rosewarn, of the 225th battalion at Fernie, was a week-end visitor in tho city. Mr. and Mrs. J. Harper Prowse of Taber were week-end visitors In the city. Mrs. D. H. Way has returned from Vancouver, where she spent tho last three months with her daughter, .Mrs. McDonald. At tho annual meeting of Wesley Church .Sunday School recently, written reports of tho various ofllcers were received and will be Incorporated into the church records for the first time. Superintendent R. W. Ouass In his report drew attention to the various 8i:eclal services and entertainments held by the Sunday school. The average attendance for tho year Is as follows: Ueginners 27, primary Ih"), i Junior 42, Intermediate 29, A. B. C. 34. Total average 200. The present enrolment In all departments, including cradle roll, Protheon, Onwards ! and teachers Is 504. Reports were also received from Mrs. A. W. Kress for the primary department, eight pupils received prizes during the year; .Mrs. W. Mitford for the junior department, IM. K. Kaake tor the Onwards, and .Mrs. N. C. Stibbs for the Beginners. "Laugh and the world laughs with you. weep and you weep alone." The lines of this immortal poem were never better illustrated than in tho now comedy Mutt and .Icff In College, which is to be the attraction at the Majestic theatre toniglit and Tuesday night. Tho new production is tho latest of the Mutt and Jeff series and is bound to become more popular and profitable than any of Its predecessors. Tho cast Is composed of clever people who have been engaged for their respective abilities as artists, singers, fun-makers, and gloom destroyers. The comedy, which Hclntlllates with genuine novelties, original aituatluns, wholesome mirth, features that are out of the beaten path and an elaborate scenic and electrical adornment, Is In two acts and three scenes. It contains exclusive musical numbers wrltton especially for the piece which is described as being ebullient of Incessant laughter, hilarity and action. It you have enjoyed the previous stage exploits of the "long and the short of it" as Mutt and Jeff have been commonly paraphrased, the forthcoming contribution is sure to tickle your risibilities and make you feel that life Is certainly sweet and worth living. Reserved seats will bo on sale at Hedley's till 7 p.m "Mutt and Jeff in College" comes to the Majestic next ilouday and Tuesday. Tho history and current events department of the .Mathesis Club will , meet at the home of Mrs. Hugh Boyd, j there. 544 12th Street South, tomorrow at a o'clock. .lohn T. Rudy, a wealthy bachelor of York, Pa., left $10,000 to his housekeeper in his will filed for probate Mrs. C. Moore, of Vancouver, injured in a jitney coUlBlon, received $1,000 damages. At the Empress "The l?1ght at the Signal Station" is tho title of the fifth chapter of tlie Girl and the Game. This shows the efforts of Storm to get a shipment of ties through, and shows Helen cutting In on tlie wires by climbing a telephone pole, later dropping onto a moving freight train. This Is an intensely thrilling chapter. At the Orpheuni Tlie eighth chapter of Graft will be shown at tho Orphoum tonight, tho regular picture prices prevailing. This is the story of how Tom kills the coal trust. Tom is Invited to a flat to discuss the prices of coal. The flat has previously been laid with Infernal ma-cliincs, and the story of how Tom escapes these, and crushes the trust ia a thriller. There are also other interesting pictures and comedies. This is a new QuaKer grey linen model for summer days. Tho niatorial is soft batiste JjTien In pale grey overhand embroideries with big collar, high gauntlet cuff.s and draped panniers at tho side of tho pleated skirt. The hat of groy crin has pale grey plumes. DOES THE GROCER, KNOW?; Ask Kim-tKen prove it fpr;; yourself. ECSCI�r Baking Powder''is al^??ays uniform and always successful ^??Ken used "witK good flour, jbutter and eggs. Is scientifically) blended of purq* food materials. Economical-Reliable--Wholesome: ASK YOUR ^ROCER TO. MadQ in Canada Jbr the Canadian i NG THE eOG-O BAKING fPOWDER CO.. LIMITED HAMILTON, CANADA T DAY Maid" Mrs. Dawson's section of Wesley Ladles' Aid will meet at her homo, '.)21 9th Street, tomorrow afternoon. The members are asked to bring in all their work for the sale. Scrapbooks for tho soldiers are being made tomorrow night at tho homo of .Mrs. ,1. G. l^oberlson, and it is hoped that many uniuarrled members of tho I. O. D. K. will be present. .Mrs. .M. Laft'erty has gone to ; Toronto to seo her son, Sergt La"/^rty, i who exp'GCts to leave shortly for lOng-j land with the uliii iiauallon, American i Legion. Before returning to l.eth- ; bridge Mrs. Laft'erty e.xpects to spend � a couple of mouths at her old homo | In Iowa. I . � * / HUTTON'-Mci^EA.N On Wednesday, April 12th, at Burn-brae ranch, .Miss Pearl Alberta McLean, oldest daushter of Mr. and Mrs. T. S, McLean, of Burnbrae ranch, Maoleod, was married lo -Mr. George Button, 'of Macleod. t * * BUNDY-GRAHAM A (lulet wedding was solemnized at Knox manse on Saturday evening when Rev. A. II. I'Jenoon united in marriage Jillss Bltreda Graham of |)iVq\v Dayton, formerly of Wolfevllle, N. S., and Mr, (;;iarence .Tohnston Bundy of Now Dayton, ilr. R. II. Carsqn of New Dayton was one of the witnesses of tho ceremony. � . * McLIOA.N'-RIIIAD On Wednesday, April 12th, at the Pioneer ranch, Jlacleod, Mrs. Read of tho Pioneer ranch, was married to Mr. Jntiies McLean, tho noted .Macleod rancher. Tho Rev. White of the Maoleod Presbyterian church, porformort the ceremony, and Mr. W. M. Campbell, ICQ., acted as best man. Tho wedding,was of a vei-y quiet nature and after a reception held at the Pioneer ranch, the ha.upy couple left tor Calgary where they will spend their honoynioou. A large number of beautiful and useful wedding gifts ware received. On Uioir return to Macleod Mr. and Mrs. McLean will reside at Mr. McLean's ranch. Mr. ,1. .MoLeau Is one of Maolood's most successful ranchers, and his many frlonds eongratulate him and wish him many ye^s of Unppinasa. to Tell Whether Tea and Coffee are Causing Your Troubles II socins ciisy U) leave olV tlfinkint� tea or iToiVte aiitl note ihe i-esulls. But yon say, "I Gaii't do willioul my nioriiig eii])," -so the dreary days i'oilow uiie an-otlier, the same olti ijtiins and aclies slowly gi'owiiiff a little worse. Do yon dare think of Ihe road ahead, if that downward tendency keeps on. and why slionldn'l it unless you change Uie daily hahif? Su])pose today yon assert your right lo crush habit and start a new and licalthful Jiie. Jt's easy to fiuit tea and colTee and take on POSTUM the pure food-drink made of clean, whole wheat rousted willi a bit of molasses. It c^-'? tains no CAFFEINE-the drug in tea and coffee that causes so much trouble. Posluni is not only free from drugs, but it has fine color and aroniti, and a snajjpy, wining flavour tlial makes it ea.sy for anyone to give up tea and coffee. There are two forms of Postum: Tile original Postum Cereal musl be well boiled; Instant Postum is a soluble powder-a tetisjjoonful in a cup of hot watei- with sugar and cream, makes ti delicious cup Instantly. (h'ocers everywhere sell both forms-they are e([ual in lusle-tuut Ihc cost jier cup is about the same. Ten days freedom from tea and coffee will show , "There's a Reason" for POSTUM Cauaditin Posttun Cereal Co., Ltd., Windsor, Ont. 27958440 ;