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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 3, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta Tuesday. January 3, T1TB LETTTBninflE -DAf'TA CONTINS NO OROiNARY KINDS -J5KEAD Xevcr Sour .rbone 1027 BAHEK GIRL SENT BACK Edited by 1224 SOCIAL AND PERSONAL Mrs. Downer will uot receive Thursday. Mr. Alex Low a N't-w Year's guest in the city. Mrs. L. Asquilb will uot receive tomorrow., Mr. and Mrs. Salee, of Chin, are New Year's guests in the city. c Mrs. L. 11. Fowler -.viil uot receive tomorrow, jjut at home to her 'friends January ilth. ENDS INDIGESTION Dyspepsia, heartburn, gas and all stomach distress vanishes If your meals don't fit comfortably, or you feel bloated after catjug, and you "believe it is ;he which fills yon; if. what little you eat lies like a lump of lead on.yn.ur stomach; if there Is difficulty in breathing after eating, eructations of undigested food and acid, heartburn, brasli or a belch- ___ .....___ ing-of gas, you can make up your mind 'meet Thursday afteruoon at 3 wei cuests adjourned to the. Excelsior Cafe, where Scott amThtt slaa! sen'ed a IhJee-counie at two tables which prettily decorated with pink cari-a- j UOfis and trails ofjsmilax. -Eighty guests only -could be so while the other guests in the. ball were Mrs. kindly played sev- eral extras. Nearly, two' hundred gad! sixty guests were present aticf nunv-r- 1 ous pretty gowns were worn' for Ihoj first time. The programmes, nap-! kins, invitations and decorations all symbolic o[ the orders, terins and I articles used by trainmen. CLUBS AND SOCIETIES. The Baptist Ladies' Aid meet in. ;be school rcoin tuiuorrov.' at two o clock. V 'i'he Aid of Wesiev church Pagelfr that you-need something to eiop food fermentation and cure Indigestion. To make every bite of food yo.u eat aid-in. the nourishment and strength of your body, yoa must rid your Stom- ach, of poisons, excessive acid and stonmch gas, sours your entire MibS Kutl) of Matlcod, -is with digestion and Til WlNNIPMi :tlrs J- R- Anderson's house guest fio of Dyspepsia, IV IIInllll Ml.iwiil Thursday. (Sick Headache, Bilio.usness, Constiiia- }tlon. Griping, etc. Your case is We arc located In the district where the wheat captures world'i priztt. This it th'e kind of wheat we mill. Our machinery is of the modern type -nd our methods to-date. That is why our popular. !a district and thi-'ir jolly hops tLii, evening iu therefrom .a... youug _sirl Conservatory Auditorium. "sitse'sent to! Mrs. lleCais ami children, returned f j-vioore. to! .MacRae that .the.girl had been i apprehended.- the latter-, wired back to Etrmoriton today after spending the that. for-the girl holidays with her mother. Mrs.-.'Chas. at the depot here and aaked that she McKiflop. be placed Jn care of the conductor.! i Chief 5irtcRae-s Jeter" contained -very Mrs. McBeth and daughter beyond the fact: Miss jtssie> vho has been ill with l IV11 ll 11 i mi dii fevcr> arc expected home ear- week. tion. in the lectuie room. The regular meeting of .the Mission Band be held on. Thursday after- noon at a ojiartci; tour o'clock.' A full attendance is requested. The 'aanual' feting of the' Hpmc'Mission. Society of Kuox church will id" held in: the lecture. ;haU ou jv th at 'o'clock. .'At -flfi tac ensuing year, will take place. ThQ'.Daughters and Maids of -Eng- land .wilf meet at the home oi th> president, J. Warren. A case of Pape's Diapepsin will cost Coutts street, tomorrow at tifty cents at any Pharmacy hei'e, and-eight o'clock.. livery member is es- wIH convince any stomach sufferer five- pecialjyj requested attend as there after .taking a single is irnporuu.t busings to be dealt toac and Sour Stomach 11 causing- the misery of Indigestion. with. Mrs. R. A. Wright's many friends is at any drus: store the mo- mem yo.u decide to begin, its Pape's Diapepsin will regulate anv oitt-of.-ordcr Stomach within five aiin-' and 'iissst promptly, without uu', .iids or dtr.coR.fort, all or aay k'n'c'l t'- food you wit, the girl had run' away [other woman and had been brought to i.. -a house OL ill fame in Emhbridge, also jthat her parents..were''anxioua to get her back. girl, the lor-al. nojiee r j say, came to Lethbridge about a'week'vvdl undoubtedly-be pleased to know ago- She was-placed on an eastbound 'that silc slowly recovering from train this morning. i her recent serious illuess. August Bleir, who .degcribed self and waiter and who! Mr-'and .Mrs. C. F. P. Conybeirceu ;said he had been'in Lethbridge since tertaineri pleasantly at dinner N'cw September last, appeared in police. Year's evening: The decorations were court this morning charged with as- crimson and 'green and covers saulting Hax.el Campbell, a denizen of--laid for ten. district.on] ing. The woman, in and I companion named Violet fh.t the a dancing partv at St. a nun, the, former coining to Lethbridse from- [her bi guests for Miss Winter. _ jniality was dis ter. ed to. young Moore; u'ait M'niU and gathered round the was this morn- -Wam' Ontario, by the Rev G. bright grate fire to cbat with the the din- iOdtapDell jealousy ar the Ladies' ture'roorn church on Thursdaiv cure, As this.will.. i carnations sent forth their Miss Ethel Coaybeare .atid 5Iiss lantbc fTarriie assisted in jlhc tea iriR be the meeting of. the Ladfcs' Aid Society, which officers will ie elected for full atteadaace of members fs earnestly rcuueated. 'i T Tomorrow; evening the very last of the Sunday Clifistmas: be Augustm's-Sunday school mcmlicrs.. will nifctfi" the.Pa.risb? hall at J'IVR o'clbcli, wh.crc tea will bo Cantata Unite carnatious Waif-'s." be presented Vr .J V ,.u..( J. beauty to th, Pretty -'t.. j UIR rOOfu.'" 3B11 glGV. S. At the tea irour Ts'evv Year's .lilL- ivTre? x.._l_ "_ L ot tbe children are invited to .the fn- tcrtaiiimeuv-. A collectioh will tak en at..the door .which will used to the expenses. Santa .Glaus make at .the! 'of the. entertainment. Bl TTlk 1 lue Ribbon i Proves Itself Good It-siaiidn It is easy i or vislo is good hut you risk notions: uCuaustj a'iv satisfied with it your money vrili promptly refunded by'.your .grocer. One of the Most Remarkable Fights Londoii-Fpughi to Last Ditch-j Londbrt, Jan, the grim end and agatnit desperate oddsr "Peter the "Dutch rtputed anarchists, werit to their dtath today to tHey" [laws of England. Four. and 'soldier's-b'el -.f TlJ'n janvolriT-.n'rl non'i-ilet: that bald spot to the .druggist at once-and a bottle.of .Parisian Sag.j and if thalj rtoa't: check the falling hair, and is-the cause" of ea.iwe duiidruff. Pp.ri-i St. .Mary's Sunday mas .tree z's 1 tail 'on 28th- mg room Mrs.'J. O. poucwl spites of tht- ihcieraent and she had repeateU 'quarrels t _ _ j at-- the unusually effective pacts'had the their c" London, Jan.. noon several! i ever otticers approached the ft faiis to 'do tliis'-iu -Lwo .week's. Pari- Sa'ge-will cause the' "grbVJ .if the hair rout be not dead. It causes "Hie fayir. to srow thicker, more luxur- iant, and .puts" new- life into it. The girl with !he -Auburn Hair is on package of .sold fnr 50c by all by The Giroux 5rfg. Co.. Erlel receipt'-of price. Sold and Cope, drug- rfluffy ycllov.- narcissus blos- Thc members oi the Baptist choirr soms. Colonial brass sticks holdin of the! anil Rev. anA Inis. A. J. shaded cave a was up oh: a were delightfully entertained at'dta- touch to the invi tins' 'board vagrancy.---He was knoR-n her by Mr. and Mrs. A. as a frequenter of dis-'E. Smith. Games and music were 1 Crow's N'est Lodge X5. Broth- of Railroad Trainmen, htld; _Jr.- four annual ball in the? i ing-club's scnes will be heW Friday Kepis' of PyiaTas hall Knights ot Pythias and althouffh their former aftairs have [hall, where thc remainder oi the hops been-marked with lavishncss and hos- wiil held instead .of the Caledonian- PItallti'. their event last evening sur- ?Sase kilis (he serius, fn eniovcd after dinner. Jr1., stops fulling- Hair ancritcliing off h' -leet. Letflbridge from v -v'-fir o[ .Trainmen. held.. scalivl. 1 j scconif assembly of the Dane- DEMANDS'AN APOLOGY Jix-Aiderraan David Kins has ten to tue city council demanding wnt- an hall as announced in the invitations. Passed previous efforts. ing many friends -in this .character., A of bullci most enjoyable evening "camu "a .-tcartrld Rc7. A." J.'.'Pr'osst-r celebrated thc Unto the >i ti c cu i vii .j --ruey, Hved i.e builriins. There was a sian Sage. It is -from Secretary Treasurer' r.uggisti or W- for- usinr w-iiaf terms NEEDS OF LOCAl mense itary Treasurer! Mr. manager' of J r for-using what-hc fhe'Merchants'Bank- spent platform .-red and green assistant- secretary ot live fotu and disrespectfin -Veu- Years in the dtv, tha'suest ot sacn Eneir Red, green j Y-.M.C.A-, quietly at -the pleasant1 to him'while he was vet Mrs- Fi Dovv'ncr. signal flaK.werc sn. The latter win colre returned to Calgary this --r, LU.I.C oe j ..i rfaeadlight with 785 held the: I on Need- creain net orchestra ijuicin s ire '-ItTiation iand forced Ule front door- ad been men .brought up 'the, -and were laid', for (House and. the man within, responded, oalyi'tcomendation made by Inspector Rjsnufacrurers.o? 5ALVIA. the! Sfantqa.of the Western Canada Sreat hair grower, gimrantses ll TITS Underwriters. Association in- his STOW hiir. report of'inspection and teats of the i local.deparircents" apparatus and the days, supply on Nov. Itith. j j destroys dandruff in ten master of ceremonies royal host. Mrs. Prince received tiic dominated, guests at thc xfearing eight princess hi.-i.-i--. Mrs j n rtTn-lmV" rtf if ninnor l uiiu a numijcr-oi iricnas at ainner NCA Lwith touchrs Of 2mbroiilery The at I2JS" Fifth ay jn of their wedding; prcsirfent. Cf S. Past'presi- k- and wnitc Huih past and present. members of Ho.renaarks on ths present improve- niei'its.since the List previous Inspec- tion made In.Cctober, 1905, and notes approvingly the details si cauip- nent. pipe capacity, Tvater pressure and conditions In general, but beyond i fumed, tjie increase of men and horses at Nro. I 2-station makes no recommendations. A The roots of the hair are so nourish- ed and fed that: a nsw crop of hai: ej -.uv ui LI.C.I prcsuient. Cr S. Pink and white TT T ,b.. vt XS'ff fourteen guests partook oi thr minmifi-PA Til IRC rLcei'uion coinmitiec. delicious menu. An impromptu ictiicanic in iiipir cuoris tnn rtl n-r, I C, SOUt'tl. Accidentally connecting an electric) .Meantime loads v.c-re hurried to the. place for J t-''f the purpose of atartliis a fire to smoke gdth2rsd :lout oeslesed men. .Piles separate noor-ltais. ..Several ;ffr.emenvV were nu'c-- 1 trcn (current witn two tnC n to make waile to the cVcnjn; _and _ Frank 4 J ii iew-hurn were at Ijomc to a number of friends on Saturday afternoon, complimentary to Mrs. Murphy, bf Winnipeg, who is visiting with hrr parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. D. T, Hardier. season's debutant. Miss Elaine Mrs. F. C. and Mrs. McCmiO'.igh presided at thr, dainty tea table, where be fooled by preparations wbtch trading upon the marvelous success of Herpic-de. Remember talcc jio chances with Jsewbro's Her-picide. ll ?5 absolutely guaranteed. For sale by all drcjrgists. Applications at good barber shops. The Kerpicidc Company, of Detroit, Mich., R.. send a samplo bottle and booklet upon receipt of lOc in postage. J. D. t Co., Special The'aanie pari of the play 'was up-[ the- critiilnals that mc- hnld by Mr. Sanford Dodge, who is a j chine guns Trcre plnrer of no mean histrionic ability, i hurried 5o a side street under and a powerful elocutionist Nero, the orders to bombard the east end of the! T- Gladiator, is a. character puidy, and jrortiess. other measures failing 'to'the' for. CtTY COUNCIL his various found an able exponent in the person of the actor. As the prond mistress of Imperial Home, yet showing the common hu- man weakness of jealousy, revenge and contrition. Adelle Xickersoc to great advantage. A piQus.r.t figure N'eoda- mia, the Slavs Girl, cleverly and an- pealingly pUyed by Miss Hazel Has- !am. Mr. Thomas Br.ston. as Flavian, in love -with Xeodamla: Mr. Harry Bernard, as a Pagan priest, together with others, made up a good cast. The new management has inaugura- ted UK aeason well, and if all follow- ing plays are up to the standard of last evening's, will deserve well of the theatre soingr public of Lethbridce. dislodge tUe defenders or it. flames, uaquenrned. swept up tUe building driving the tbe top story and bursting out MEETS TONFGHT_ e new ci-ly council meets for firat. time tonJghr. A vol- o' annual i i-ior.s so J'PT for Ate Unwisel JpSi n Wt22 re.ieye assorr.fort at cvoricad. Thc lover of .good' things may fee! quiie.sifs vli'.-. a bsz of Tablets at hand. 50c. a box. If your crjjjlst his r.ct sacked i'-.crr. yct.send will ir.aii Drue and Chemien! Cn. of ;