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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 2, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta AVEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 2, 1914 THE LETH BRIDGE DAILY PAGE SEVEN COFFEE and BAKING POWDER Blue Ribbon, the name signifies all .that Is best Always ask for Blue IJibSon Coffee, Baking 1'owder, Tea, apices. Jelly Powders and Extracts. They will give perfect satisfaction. ASTHMA COUGHS WHOOPING COUGH SPASMODIC CROUP BRONCHITIS CATARRH COLDS rt s. ing drues. U Th effective treatment sv h tuccesG lor 35 years rring the antiseptic vapor.Isih hrcsth, bresihlng Uncle Bentley and .the Roofers By Ctnulh CONSERVATIVE DEAD Sydney, N.3., Due. F. for many years prominent in iho poililcal field as Conservative re-1 prcsentativo or Ciine ISreton constit- uency in both provincial and federal 'nouses, died on Friday last at St. Joseph's Hospital, G'.ace Bay, follow- ing an opLM-atioa for appendicitis. DJP, Morse's Iradiasi Root PUlS are just the right mcdicir; for the children. When they are constipated their kidneys arc out of order over-indulgence in some favorite food gives them indigestion Morse's Indian Root Pills will quickly "aha" surely ,put them right. Purely vegetable, they neither iickcn, wcakenorgripe, like harsh nurcatives. Guard your children's Jiealth by Governor-General's secretary, in com maud of the Princess Patricia Light Infantry, which his left Salisbury for France.. COUNT OKUMA Premier ol Japan who is believed to have expressed the 'desire to have his country represented in the Euro- epan war." He lately announced that "it will be our one ambition at this time to show the West that wo can work harmoniously with Occidental powers to support the highest ideals ot civilization even to dying tor them" CANUCK S'OLDIER MARRIED ANOTHER KILLED Salisbury, England, Dec. Cap- tain Andrew Meikle of Bat- talion of the, Canadians, was married here yesterday to Nina, eldest daugh- ter of Johnson Hay, of Lutqn. Corporal James Morgan of'the-2nd always keeping a box of Dr. Morse's Battalion, belonging to Indian Root Pills in the house, ThcyEI while going on week-end leave, accl- (iental'iy fell under a moving train Keep the Children Well ami was killed. There's no better time for some new photographs, and they're ideal Christmas re- membrances for your friends Make an appointment at the 906 3rd Aye. South, Lethbridge We Are Now Located In the Royal Banl> Building, Third Avenue and are reidy to fill your order, for General Job Printing Tile ONLY House south of the C. P. R.. Main Line Manufacturing RUBBER STAMPS OUR SPLENDID LINE OF Private Greeting 'Cards Second to None. We Print a ftw -CALL AND SEE Lethbridge Quick Print Royal Bank .Building Telephone U'ol and we will wair cm you. by J. u. Llpplucott The burden of Uncle Bentley has al- ways rested heavily on our lorn. aot a shadow of business to attend he has made other people's busi- ness his own, and looked after It In season and 9Ut. II there lo a thing which nobody wants done, to this uncle liontley applies his busy hand. Ohe.wRna summer Sunday we were all at church.. Our. pastor had taken tho passage on turning the other check, or one akin to it, for his, and preaching on peace and qulot and hoa-reslstaneo. He soon had us In a devout mood which must nave been beautiful to see and encouraging to the good man. Of course, Uncle Bentloy was there always ras, and in front pew, with his ncclr craned up looking backward to see if there was anything that didn't need doing which he could do. He always tinkered with the fires in the winter and fussed with the windows in the summer. Mid did his worst with each. His strongest church point was uaberlng. Not con- tone to uaher tlie stranger within our gates, he would uaber all us, and thrust us into pews with Just tha people we didn't want to sit .with. If you failed to follow him when ho took you In tow, he would and look, back reproachfully. fcscrlbinK ralchty Indrawlng curves with his arm; and If you pretended not to sea ho would give a low whistle to attract your attcnt'on, the arm work- ing right along, like a Holland wind- mill. On this particular warm .summer 3'anday Uncle Bcatley was In place wearing his long, full-skirted coat, a queer, dark, purplish blue. lie had ushered to his own ei- ceedlns joy, and got two men in one pew, and given them a single hyinn- hook, who wouldn't on week-days speak to each other. I ougut to men- tion that we had long before made a verb ot Uncla Bentloy. To unclebent- ley was to do the wrong thing., i The minister was floating along smoothly on the subject ot 1 when Uncle Beatley was observed to throw up hie head. He had heard a sound outside. It sas really nothing but one ol Deacon Pluiamer's roosters crowing. The deacon Hrec" near, and vocal offerings- from hib poultry were frequent aad had ceaseo to interest anyone excejt Unole Bent- ey. Then In the pauses between the preacher's periods we heard the flap -pins ol wings, with sudden stopping: and startings. Those imreEeuerate fowls, unable to understand the good man's words, were fighting. Even this didn't interest were committed to peace. But Uncle Bentley shot up "like a jack-iu-a-bos and cantered dowr the aisle. Of course, his notion war that the roosters were disturbing th-- servlces and that It was his duty to go out and stop them. We heard vig- orous and "Take and "Consairn and then Uncle Bentley came back looking very im- portant, and as he stalked up the aisle "he. glanced around and nodded his head, saying as clearly as words: "There, where v.'ould you bo. without Another defiant crow floated In at the window. The next moment the rushing ana heating of wings began again, .ana down the aisle went Uncle'-Bontley, the long tails of that colt fairly float- tag like a cloud behind There was outside, aiid Uncle Bentley was hack In his place, 'this time turning around and hoarsely: "I flied But iueh was not the case, for twice-more the Yery same' thing was repeated. The last time Uncle Bentley came back ht wore a calm, smug expression, as who should say: "Now I have fixed We should have liked it totter if tho roosters had fixed tjnele Bentley. But' nobody paid much attentios eteapt; Deacon Plummer. oc- curred to him that perhaps Bentley had killed But he hadn't. V However, there was no more Sis-, turbahce without, and after a time the sermon closed. There was some tort of a special to be taken "up. Of course, Uncle Bentley always in-, stated on tiklug up all the collections He hopped up Da this occasion and seised tho plate with more than uiual tlgor. Mis struggles with the roosters had evidently stimulated "him: .He soon made the rounds and approached the table In front of the pulpit to .de- posit his harvest As he 414 so wo saw f to our horror that the long tails of that ridiculous coat violently agitated. A sickening suspicion came over us; The next .moment one of those belligerent younj' roosters thrust a head out of either of those coat-tail pockets. One uttered a rau- cous crow, the .other made a vicious dab. Uncle Bentey dropped the plate with a of coju, seiieij a cut skirt In each saad and drew it front. 'This-dumped both fcwli out on the they at it hammer and tfinss. ,fyk'at Vappeaed after this is n blur in niost of our. aiemer.ies. All certain :is taat thtre wal an uproar In the uvteially tbe youacer portion; taat the deacon bet en naaMna; uBsuccMifu! all poultry; that wgaBlat struck up "Onward, Christian anil that the wared away with- out a nil ot "I and "Drat the pnky frn Uacla Bentley. Old It ley? Net in tbe iurrtTH to do worie things. Keep far Lungs Strong This advice doubly important with the knowledge that every three minutes some one in tile United Stales succumbs to consumption, and many refuse to realize they arc.aulidcd until it is too late. It is after colds or sickness, from over- work, confining duties or when general weakness exists that tubercular germs thrive because the resistive powers of the body are weakened. Only with fresh air, sunshine and abundant richiblooil can one hope to arrest their progress, anil the conccn- Mrs. K. Mouse, W. -Westminster [1 receive tomorrow. Mrs. Dennis' knitting ract al (lie home ol Mrs. on Tura- trated fats in Scott's Iviuulsion furnish I gram. fuel for rich blood, and its ran- nourish- 1 ment helps strengthen the lungs while it builds up the forces If yon work indoorr-, tire easily, feel lancnld or run-down Scott's Kmulslon is the most strenglucniilK lood-medicine known and isfrce from stupefying Avoid siibstitntcs. U-63 Scott Si Bowuu, Toronto. Ontario. COMMANDING FIRST CANADIAN REGIMENT AT FRONT The Knox Church Ladies' Aid -will meet tomorrow alteniuon at three o'clock in the school room, Mrs. JIc- Clenajlian and Mrs. Dicseth arc on the reception committee, and Mis. Mans, Mrs. lliginbotham and Miss; McKclvie. tlic hostesses. I Tho YOUR- Ladias' class ot Wesley I clmrcli will mni at the home ol Mrs. K. E. Chandler, 623 Htll St.. on Thursday evening at eight o clock. Bring 'yotir own sewing. No canvass has been made ior. can- Ior ihi! IJa-triot-ic concert, but it is hoped that anyone in the city m- 1 tercstcii in swelllni; the Iinuls will send their donation to tire opera house Friday afternoon. j 1-lr. and Mrs. I. C. Wcdd, of lu- vennerp, are rejoicing over the arriv- i al ol a son and heir. Mr. Wpdd was llormrrly accountant of the Imperial j Bank liae ami is now manager oi the: branch at Inurracre. Tvirs. was; formerly Miss Dora Rogers, anil wasi well known in sosirty circles here, i The Mission Hum! oi Knox church will hold a musical treat from -I to( j li on Saturday al'lcrnoon in the school j 1 room of the church. i 'In unqualified -success was the Rainbow liazaat conducted in Wesley i Hall by ilie Ladies' Aid ol Wesley I church "yesterday afternoon. The hallj i lends itself perfectly to an aflair olj _________ i tli's kind. An avenue of stalls, laden. Lieut Col. F D. Farquhar formerly I with articles made mostly by thS ced vis, DJEMAL PASHA' COMMAND FOR GRIESBACH Ottawa, Ont., Dee. W. A. Jriesbach of Edmonton second In ommaud of the cavalry sauadron of he first expeditionary force, and a ).S.O. ot the South African war, is eing brought back-to Canada by the lilitia department to take command f the infantry regiment now being mablliz'id at Edmonton for the sec- nct contingent. Dr. Hughes, of Swift Current It lo- ins to tho front with the army rned' cal corps. Turkey's Minister of Militia ladies, attracted tii3 visitors, and. sales were made steadily until alter, six o'clock. The Rainbow idta was carried out in tlie color decorations of the booths. At tlie door a green ami'red booth was presided over by Mrs. J. C. Livingstone and Schweitzer, assisted by Mrs. Dawscn. I and Mrs. Edwards. Adjoining was thoj i orange booth with Mrs. W. R. Vir- tue in chaige and Mrs. Dixon and Giilillan assistants. Next in the avenue were the yellow booth, Mrs. 11-Iuir.or in Mrs. baycock, i Mrs. So.uhanl, rdrs. v'iurr and Mrs. i i Crawford assisting, and the blue booth" Mrs. W. S. Ball in charge: and Mrs. 0. Stacey and Mrs. Raley j assistants. The last booth cxi I this side of the hall was the mauviv j directed by Mrs. Jennings and Mrs. Kaatc, with Mrs. Whelen, Mrs. Baer and Mrs. Smith as assistants. Across from the rainhxw booths were the camlv. and home cooking tables. Mrs. Cress and Mrs. Morrison disposed of the sweets, while Mrs. Hicks, Mrs. Norman Schweiteer ami Mrs. McCul- lough extolled the merits of the home cooking. In the tea room on the main hall, the decorations .of cut flowers and potted plants with the I flags of the allies, were very attrac- tivo am! throughout the afternoon this department was ireely patron- ized Mrs. J. H. Rivers, Airs. W. A. Hamilton, Mrs. Ketterley, Mrs. W. A. Buchanan, Mrs. McG-uire and Mrs. Gurr, looked after the tea room pa- trons. The financial result of the ba- zaar %vas most gratifying, the total receipts being over Ex-Mayor Mitchell is in the Held aa candidate tor alderman in Calgary. Aid. Kinney says Edmonton's pop- .latlon is COOO less than a year ago. COFFEE Knows No Substitute And SEAL BRAND COFFEE Knows No Superior; CHASE 8ANBORN MONTREAL. II Report for the Gait Hospital ior the month oi N'pv.omlser, Num-her of patients in hospital beginning of month 34 Admittances during month Transients admitted during the month.................. 2 Number of patients discharged during the month Deaths iluling the month Number of patients in hospital at end of month.................... Transients discharged during the lonth.................................. Lowest number during month.... Highest number during month.... 38 Daily average during month ....33.16 Number oi. hospital days for private patieriis Number of hospital days for. -ward patients (ireo) Number oi hospital days for ward patients (paying) Total numl'.or .oi hospital days for the month 15t) 5SS GEN. VON HINDENBURG Hudson's Bay Bulletin argams New Arrivals in Electric Goods HUDSON'S BAY SPECIAL ELECTRIC HEATER "HUDSON'S BAY SPECIAL" ELECTRIC IRON FOR.................................. "HUDSON'S BAY IMPERIAL" ELECTRIC TOASTER.................. TUNGSTEN 60 Watts for 2G Watts......i For 40 Watts For 50c 40c Save 1-3 on Men's -Overcoats Tomorrow sir, 00 values in Men's Overcoats, S3.9fi. One of the season's best values. All new winter coats in imported tweuiia, QQ shawl or notch collar; latest colorings; all sizes...... Men's Mocha Gloves Values for 99c Men's .Mocha Gloves for dress wear. Just a few pairs of these. Nicely lined. All sizes. 51.50 values QQ H Just Arrived Miners' Boots Strong, sturdy line of min- ers' boots, just opened up. Blucher style, solid leather, well made throughout .for hard service; all Ort sizes; reg. S2.60 Linen Display in Our Windows See our beautiful Window Display of Linens. Hund- reds of handsome Guest Towels, fine Hand Em- broidered Maderia Linens, also Irish Cluny and Em- broidery trimmed fancy lin- ens All samples, selling at less' than actual cost of man- ufacture. LINEN SALE SCHEDULED FOR TOMORROW 300 of these pretty Torch- on lace trimmed Tray Cloths lo go on sale. All liner- Size. Our" regular price on these ia 75c; Thursday Add Kimonas to Your List ol Gifts Housewives would appre- ciate nothing better than a Klulona for a Christmas gift. Just 14 in thia lot, ma- terial Is best quality ripple eiderdown, trimmed Vv-.ith contrasting shades. Colors red, rose, saxe, reseda, gray and green. Cords to match. 36 to 42. ffiO QC Regular Maids' Aprons 85c to Special 50c. Maid's White La-wn and Muslin Aprons. Long fall skirts and .bios of embroid- ery and insertion, neat wide ties. Values from 850 to Infants' Barricots Infants' Flannel Barricots made best French flan- nel; nent scalloped skirt, cot- ton waist Reg- ularloc Grocery Savings FRENCH PEAS 3 cans for TOMATOES, large size cans, 9 for....... ONTARIO CHEESE iQft per Ib..............IOC BALDWIN APPLES for gat- ing or for cooking, 7 Ibs. for ON'SBAYCO. lumber of operations under genT cral anaesthesia W dumber of operations ca! or no anaesthesia of patients "treated in outdoor department 2 Sumbcr of dressings and treai- menls department...- 3 'umber of hospital ambulance 13 The hospital wishes io acknowledge] ilii thanks, .tlie ..following contriliu-l tions received "during the month Magazines-Sir. H. .Macheth, Mr. J. R. Palmer ami Mrs. J. Green. Mint, parsley and t. Higinbotham. l.Case of grapes and 1 case snow Mr. Rott. Nimmons. Casss apples and J hunch ban- The Trustees of the Hospital. Ladies' Aid. Lady Superinteaueqt< Regarded "aa Qermanys greatest strategist because he drove bade tut first Hussion advance attack and again taken the. In Poland which now seems to be a inarch Into a Russian trap. Kalicr IB saW to have raised him to the nit ot a Prince, Choose YourWidcw The man who thinks only of himself-who doesn't care what happens after he s gone -forces his wife to assume too great ansK. His death is likely to mean a slavish, wage- earning career for his widow, or murse if abiect poverty befall her, some chant- m tte evept of his death. project has your wife if you should die tomorrow' The choice rests with you Let an InTeriaTLife policy be the answer. It will provide her with a regular monthly income to begin at your death and continue no long she lives. t "Safeguard your Legacy" tolls about A aV fOF a COpJ' THE IMPERIAL LIFE Auurance Company of Canada HEAD OFFICE TORONTO ;