Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 8, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta
THE LETHBR1DCE DAILY HERALD PAGE THREE SIMMS Fl! Uirui I1Y DlAPEPSIN" FIXES SICK, 8OUR .UPSET STOMACHS IN FIVE MINUTES You don't want a slow remedy frntn- your Blomach IB au un- 1 certain a harmful Btdm'ach Is too valuable; you mustn't Injure It with drastic drugs. Pape'B DlajepBln IB noted for Us vapeed In giving relief; HB harmless- nesB; its certain, unfailing action In regulating sick, BOUT gassy stomachR. HB millions of cures In Indigestion, dyspepsia, gastritis anrt .other stom- ach trouble has made it famous the world over. Keep this TJerfecl stomach doctor In your it a large fifty-cent case from auy drug- Nlbre -and then iC should eat something which ocsn't agree with them; If what they bat lays llko lead, forxnenU aiid sours and forms gas; causes headaches, dizziness and uaii- eructations of acid and undigest- ed fobdVrreriiember as soon H.B Pape's Dlapepsiii'tome's In contact with the Ktomach' all'. Buch': distress vanishes. HB -promplness, certainty and ease in overcoming the worst stomach dis- a revelation to those who JACK TAYLOR EASILY DEFEATED BEN EX-LETHBRIDGE POLICEMAN IS MAKING NAME FOR HIMSELF ON MAT ACROSS LlNE Younj and Foollih TautS la "Muatlal to a football iltypr. growl old enongk to any aeBse hft quits. Hahe "Will ThBr. Poor old Honui Wamer! After toiling eighteen Tears at tie national game, add being retired unofficially on-soVeral occaBlona'because of. worn- out the shortstops of Ihe.National league for 1316, with, a lleldinj average of -948 In 121 games. Liud.r Can Still Box Old. Billy.'Lander still' has a few fighls left in hlB-'iyetem. 'At a.patri- otic smoker held In CalEary laat week DC outpointed Battling Aaron, a. boy who but iip a good' conteBt1 when he appeared' before the Jimmy JIcBwen was'.In BIBYa corner urging liis' favorite with' strange Gaelic Bud Kittn'rV Llteat Officer: mannerrpt. death lo you: prefer. who.along mlth Jeff-.had been found, guilty ,of hanging.'- It'll be sugopd'leison.to -1 diflcjr: Ills "I'thiul rdVprefer.fo'dle "pT- 61u' age." Another! "Bl.ih't 'face." Jilitt: IB my, right-face Callage .Yell.. ijemoVfjeneB, -'having imped! Bieil' Injliia speech, want down lo Uie leaihbre'.Ynd BB'ed. his .muih with he cried Li... Tile .dad sea waves refused to an- To cpnect catarrh, clean'se.the noj- carpet tBll team, tho games havo irlls frequently with a solution otw.ntm watcr'nnd salt, insert vnselino: on re- llring, and take a ..spooriliil of Scott's 8. O. E. AND MOOIE PLAY CARPETiALL QAME TONIGHT The Sone.of Bnglanll. having ac. ccpted tho elmllenje ot tno Moosa carpet team, tho games havo been arranged to take place In the 9. O, B. hiSi tonight at "8.30, Bost two ,out >f three will dtclde, While tke Seia will not ho able to put- on their teiiin, wjll raiks'thf. tloose to win, The games ilioiild bo oIoBely cdnteited, and tlioJo who Iiavo n.Vi. wllnoiscd this tliould.be, OD lonljihL Emulsion after nicals for Scott's acts through the blood to feed the tissues, aiid contains sppthliig .glycerine to check the inflammation iml heal Ilic sensitive mcitibratic.. in sight. While there will be no los- Mill Le Vaun Van Orman, Taber. Alta............ Ml.. Thelma McEachern, 537 Street South Milt Winnie Hejseth, Lethbridge, P. O. Bos 39T Mlas Frances Lawaon, S12 Third Avenue South John WrlghV Hardleville, Alta.................... MIM Sadie .Nlyen. Frank, Miii Lula Nielaon, Cardsiou. Alia.............. Mra. Paarl Roia, Bow Island, Alta................. Robert Lackenby, Bow Island, Alia. MIBB liabe! Inkster, Barons. Alia. Mra. Thorns. First-Slreet South Qeo. T. Wrlde, Jlaymond, Alta, Mlas Rita. McARdrevrt, .Hctlaw, Alta........... Mlsi Loulso llacleod, Alia, Mlse Annie-Peileller, Monarch, Mra. O, H. Benson, ly'a Ninth Street Boilth'........, Misi Eva Mutton. 814 Slith Avenue South Mra. 0. W.rHalex, Grassy lyttke, Alta, Mils Alice Reardon, Plncher Creclc, Alta, A, Mcllvena, A. H. ft I, Library, Lethbridge 'MIM Thelrm M. Whyte, Foremost, Alta......... -Robert Har-Jy, No. 1 Firo Hal1, MlEB Elvera Tholln, Orion, Avo, A South ..Mini WinnHre.di.l. Sell.ns, 711 7th Street A Soulh. MlH Qeldlt Pehlman, Alloraiio, Mra. Btfion, DeennB, Tht.CONTEST CLOSES TUESDAY, DECEMBER 21 All to the Statea for the Weekly Herald are at 100.200 angccl so that it had not been found ccLssary 10 increase the light ratss itcr it'had at lirst proposed. lr Reid explained that the charges or [rowel- to the various utilities had imply been increased .with the in- reasc in cost of operation, and this [iminatcd the necessity ol increasing he rates" to citizens. Mr. Barrowman asked if the.extra oilers at the'power house, when not lie also referred Lo Mr. Reid's peal for more power usage. Hue llli: ueid, he sain, was losing opportune, tics day 10 increase tne salo oi his power. He had lost'the con-..-; tract oi O.I', ft. lighting and in places gas plants being put in. "riicrc were -10 gas pl-.mts iii opera- tiou-in the stoics. He .had- failed...to hnd citizen using gas whom" Mr. Reid hud inlerviewen with respect .to using eietli'Tu "Serred to i the Stall'oi-dvillc extensions, saying, tliat if the city could afiorrt -to put jrps into thc.oiil. woolliin nulls, siire- iV they could afford the .extension to gt'allofiiviiio, where they were going ould if we" were selling the power to the capacity ol the said Ir. Reid. Jlr. Keid was asked ii it. was not bp that one estimate for lights to Hnraieville had been made for and afterwords discovered that the iroper estimate was Mr. Reid stated that whca lights to Haidie- vilic were first proposed, an estimate oC was made, to include only two streets. This year in discussing che matter with Har-Jievillc resi- dents, Mr. Grace had mentioned that the extension would cost, only and -the residents had decided io have the extension.made, and the mcnt was made-at the bank lor the money. Petitions were sent round and ly chargeable, to the o'f Mr. Keici. He claimed that ii the lighu rates had been [urthcr reduced more powci would be used, and them would be- increase in the use 61 power. Mr. administration i McKcnzie also objected.to the So de posit lor light connection, claim inL, that a man with only I lights I should not have to.pay the aame de- posit as one with 10 Mr. .UcKenzie hoped the campaign, woiild be an impersonal one and that the ratepayers could see them way clear to giving him, ii not thfir first choice, at least their second choice. THE NEWEST three lamps. The estimate of was but this included for extension on ic there were o would cost f d aargical institute at Buffalo, Experiments at Doctor Pierce'B on on streets on. which [or several years proved that only 20 applicants which j tnere is no Oiher eliminator of nno acid more than .taking :tiic ;thnt be compared to it. Fo For those, _____ .Hum i milt Can oe .ctmiimicu tu -v. licht to the other 82 applicants.- In-! recognized symptoms of inflam- t crease in the estimate had also .backache, soaldmg urme I occasioned by the huge rise in price of copper. Jlr. Rsid said that .durmc. h ministration he had attempted would endeavor'to.do .the..same .if re- elected. Mr. McKcniie's Viewt W L -JlcU'cniie said he-.-b.elie.ved change was necessary at j .the city; hall Hs referred also to.the great ivaste oi capacity at tho power house, that with the. three engines si7.es. and three'different' types. "le saM il the commissioners had wa su million "S .DaCtilullC) lii.uu in the': an4 frequent urination, as well as sedl i menb in the urine, or if uric acid in the J. lis rheurnatisin, it "J to [simply wonderful how surely obtained in cases o[ acute rheumatism, j_ in the joints, in gravel and gout, invariably the pains and stiffness wtayfer l; so-frequently and persistently accoin- t paiiy the .disease rapidly '.disappear. to your, nearest drug store and simply-ast lor a 50-cent package ol mannfactured by Dr Iierce, or send 10 cents to Dr. Pierce for "large" trial package.' II you suspect h'ree d'ifierent'types." ifcidney or.bladder trouble; sehd him He saW il l-h" commissioners, had Bample of your, wanted to build [or ths luturc why- Bymploms... Doctor Pierce t Tad they not installed a plant on the unit system which could easily be added to, anrt have meant small capitalization .and.-.con7. sequtntly smaller fixed, charges. r Tie, pointed .out' that the capitaliza- tion was SJBI.OOtl', nnd jthe. per.ccat- ins-capaclty 2500 k.w. which rave .1 unit cost of S200 per he. said compared 'unfavorably will.unit eoiti necaied from UO dmcrent itt.tb.'.eaiitvrj-hcrc uiit cart, oyly He tllow'rt.tor nHUrn ioniltioiisto hflng coat up not more than, Mr. McKeniic believed. -but will "examine it, then Dr. Pierce port to you, withoot fee or charge. ECJentists amnn thif "Annrio" is active than litliia in oliniinaung acid; and IB harnileBa'jbut re...... chemical com'ponnd be ufeli "eiven to children, bnf shpuld be only by grown-ups who.aclunlly to Dcrfecti by conscientiously usiBg one 'more: in "tVcnie i Lt'by far the1 bladder oornUoVbbtaii litMe .Liver Mr. McKeniic WB railway system would tafiovc-1 catbartta. ft- In Bsyeral dirretior.s.'..