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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 10, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBKIPGE DAILY HERALD Page Are You a Customer Of Ours? Send Us a Trial Order and We will yowwhy you will wish you had been The Gity Bakery Beside Five Hall LAST HOPE OF "Bronchitis" CHOBAT 'GONE Word was received here today by Shunti Young, that- .His E.vcelleney, the-Govtrnor-Ueueral, will not inter- fere with' tiie sentence of death pro- nounced by the court upon Was'il Ciio- balor. IlVwill accordingly Jiang on i Saturday next.. This is an acute inflammation of the mucous membrane liniug the air tubes in the lungs. The disease begins with a tightness across the chest, dilliculty of breathing, hoarseness, and there is'a "dry, hursh, crdupy cough. After a few days mucous begins be raised.' This is at first whiterbut latei of a-grecQieh or "yellowish color occasionally streaked with blood. Cure the. first symptoms of Bronchitig by the use of Dr.-Wood's Pine Syrup and thus prevent it becoming chronio and perhaps turning to Consump- tion. EDITED my "UNO" :t j writes: "My little boy, two yea re old, I caught a baa cold which developed into I Bronchitis. lie was BO choked xip ho Hi JironcliitiS. lie was BO VIIUKCU ujj .Mrs: li. Agliew u.uu nine I could hardly breathe. .Reading about from a" holiday visit in Cnl- ers well occupied; for Or Wood's afternoon. Agnew HU WlM I aALJO T17 1 far -s to meet them Piano has jjottle ami with'such good result I got ay ltU ,._ i 1-. n mil IT Mtm Si 9 -liDC-Wl- _V', W ff_ lie Theatre, preparatory to taking up and continuing- work ou "Tlie Mes- siah." There is plenty of music oh hand for all who may attend. Among the selections now being rehearsed are the "Scots. "Yo Banks''-'and'..- Braes o'- Bonnie "The Sea- Hath its "Hymn to "By, Bab'lon's Ballad of the Clamp The last named Jbyir. ..Harper's-company were present; "r1' The'leading parts iiavb assigned _ L and everyone is .working' on the chor- uses which are being committed to memory. Such interest and pleasure being and unstabllity' oKthe French _ been able to- buii'd.. :.'natio'n for; permanence j rrison. 281; Bruce Str devotional me Si.' W ho b pin g Cough CROUP ASTHMA. BRONCHITIS CATAWIH COLDS, the English .Miss -I dealt; shorlly ot'ouV 'Canadian' North fifteen" year's." comic opera'that its success is was' chairman for. the ev- ;1 which he filled, very -three Gregojy; gave a...most accefitabre' piano..solo. In the short rt'he: Bap'tiai Ladies' :.'Aid Sociciv ill meet in the. school room loinor-; row atlcrnoim a i. two o'clock. j i. .i i" members Sock-tv.-I braved, -tlu-- cold 'home. dr: Mrs. GV. Robinson at'ipur " "was real had.Accepted and the-usual routine business .The RcHcI Society and sion wish "to express '.their siuccrr chiiltraubU-s. avoiding drogs. Lice ttopa Oio parorysna of and rtlieves croup at once. I. U Tbo air rocered stronBly inspireU with Uie restful oJEhts. oSJetoiacthers wiln chiJaren. -'.I.' Stnd ca scotal for descriptive booUeh-. AL1.. DRUGGISTS Try 'Antl BOP lie Throat Tab- for the Irritated thrctit. They am and o u r drcKsfsK or fma ca, We. in stamps.' jfapi'G resale hi CCL' Leeuins-Miles BUf. -MONTREAL m nu'mbeivoi- items ofjong standing were of 'fever, 'caused me to become a perfectly healthy condi-. tained'aGbut at their the; hair' papilla -has tome be en. destroyed -by the-ravages-of -7tftll les liie-t favcA at "nine-tables Hair will resume ,werc games., were C. P. R. LAND DIVIDEND c Montreal, .Fan. the announcement-last night of a. three (per cent, dividend on C.- P: land'Sale's, j tse stock skyrocketed from last night's 1 closing around 108 -to 204 at the open- ling of the market, this.morning.___. suspended-growth. _: .l-.Newbrp's Kerpicide before at -mid- ruff .germ'and a choice m'enu'was served itching' of the scalp.stops card "oibles. The rooms were staritly. Others' imitate most-attractive, decked "with the Xa- similar-claim's, but the original dand- Japanese lanterns and of potted plants, i JVIJUllL-ULlUllS UL lllia t-__- edy may be obtained at any -good. bar-. pink aiul ber shop. Send lOc in postage-or. stiver sample and booklet to'The Herpicide Co., Dept. R., Detroit, Jlich. -J.-D. Higinbotham Co., are. special agents and guarantee "one dol- lar" size-bottles. V :V BE AT Simpson's ring pretty game favors were award- for ed Miss Walker and Mr..Parris, and tne consolation gifts" given-Mrs. J. W. Heaton and Jlr. Pearson. Before'departing the guests enjoy- ed several kindly contrihuteil by Ivlrs. Meldrum, Mrs. 'Miss Dawe's, Miss Warren; and Mr. Pearson. Pearson.1. '-CLUBS AND SOCIETIES MVs'.-- Alexander nnd Mrs. Cleary Cams'ion Club's hostesses This tijili. Stop Your Cousin a Hurry ferns Mr. 'Bunt Mrs- Mcwburn, airs. G. B. Bow .Biggs' silt to his bride ex Mrs.-. Lcth- iqulsite bracelet studded with ...baroque. Mrs. Mts. -1.. D.-.pearls. llifinbotham. Mrs. L. -Naismith. j tlie ceremony an.'appetizing r. Mrs. Mrs-. aainty .breakfast was sjeryed; to. Mrs. A. 13. Stafford, Mrs. J-, s; partv and members: Stewart, Mrs. Livingstone, iH's. Her.L .'i Icy, Mrs. Bariord, Mrs..E. A-, a This recipe makes IGounces'of better ;IlinffbamMrs. Hazcll, Mrs. Shaw. Kirkham Mrs. L. M. for a. ,._.. Ott Mrs. Colpman.'which will be spent in New Orleans.-. Save ?2 by Making This Couflh at Home. This week if you want the Best Bargains offered in the city Bargains in Dress Goods Bargains in Linens and Sheetings Bargains in Underwear Bargains in Boys- Suits Bargains in Dresses and Skirts Bargains in Children-s Coats Bargains in M ins Caps and Gloves joyed the hopr held in. the K. of 1'. hall. -3 v i The. Altar Society .of St: Patrick's church aro arransin? for another .of Itrieir card jiarties. which will bo held :in the now -Is nights' -of.- Py- thias ball" on Monday Janu- ary s -The Daughters and' plaids- of Eng- land ara- omcrta iniis Hieir .friends 'of- Pythias hall on. 'January' 1'Jth, Biggs leave in tt.-1-t iiinfrhTlll itl.lS. 011H I "cough syrup than .you '_ could buy usually conquer tho -most obstinate JThey will reside in Chester. Mont cough stops even whooping cougn quickly. Simple as it _is, no better remedy can be had at any price. Mix" two cups of granulated sugar with one cup of warm water, and stir for 2 ihinutes. Put ounces of Pinex (fifty cents' worth) in a 16 02. bottle; then add the Sugar Syrup. It has a pleasant taste and lasts a fam- ily a long time. Take a teaspoont'u! onto Staff, Mrs. Southard, Miss Bat- asson, Mrs. Cotton, Miss Tilncy, .Mr.1 j Barnslcy, .Mrs. Ritchie. jf Miss vishrs to espccialK thank those, who remcmbcml Nursing if Thc arc making elaborate, plans their second m i5ih. coueb in a way that means business- j Banquet, which wilt bi1 Has tonic effect, braces up the on -Ian. JlilS IUUH-. Til" IL appetite and is slightly laxative, too, lo jlonor thc one t which is heipful. A handy remedy fot sccond Anniversary ol Robert Burns-. hoarseness, bronchitis, asthma and all c [v throat and lung troubles. The effect of-pine on the membrane; "Canadian will be cclcbrnt V cri at Wesley- parsonage by tnii IN FACTORY KILLS Buenos Ayres, rJan. Many fatalities were caused by an explosion of gunpowder "in a factoiy at.St. Martin Twelve bodies Tvere tricatcd from the ruins of the plant soon sifter it" was -blown to nieces. The search for the continues. dancing the Knights Friday j '_ i at is unknown. Pinex is the most val- Jd on. cu a i the nablo concentrated compound of Nor_ arc lirgcd to This Pinex and Sugar Syrup recipe 'just a step from the .M.UA mill his attained great popularity through in5 and alter you have attended u 6i i .___ a nn ilrnn in ai tUP. THE noipson Company LIMITED -Last -riigbt's ster'.Guild" of. Knox Chnrch -was well attended, oonsiacvinp the .severity of the u-cather. It was Devotional.even- .5nir. and the topic for consideration was Fighter avid -yith' Jfrs. afe leader. -Tlie first paper.- bcsrin? oil David's earli "life.'.was acsipneu lo Hazel'pje sejh. gave'a reading "Thfi Death o! ..Miss .Hhar- mniTs paper dciili with David's life from his thirtieth to his thirty-eighth year. "Instances of David's Friend- was rcr.fl liy Mr. Doibcrt Mac- kenzie. "Soir.o Grcn: Events in Dav- id's Early Heipn." Miss Anlt. and "f.ntcr by Mr. S. S. Dun- ham. Mrs. Ma: Kei'.ie concluded the siihjpcf bv n of thc oul- flanding poir.rp in i'.ivi and a poems and out ths United States and Canada. has often been imitated, though nevei successfully. A guarantee of absolute satisfaction or money promptly refunded, goes rfvith this recipe. Your druggist has Tinex or will get it for you. Jf riot send to The Pinex Co., Toronto, Ont character. his wonderful Thn Choral club will! Hold its in St. Auuus- tJn's Parisli hnH on Thursday even- Special arranaemcnts have been madft for heating tho hall, so 'hat com- tort is pnarsntcud ail who attend. The orricers director especially de- sire that every of the club ar.d all who may he musicnllv inclirietl. shov.hl he present. K'sirn rfforf is now being forth j to "ovine on toe couceri in the -vjajes We are located In the district where the wheat captures world's prices. This 5s the kind of wheat we mill. Our machinery is of thc latest modern type and our methods up- to-date. That It why our flour is popular. -V. reception drop in al parsona'fii' and will cnloy the dain ties the society has prepared ann thr- entertainment oiiorcd. tf m The delicious supper served at' pre-1 j lily appointed fables decorated win j pink and white carnations last cven-1 inc in thc Baptist school room was i cnlovcd bv about sixty members of: the congrccatlon. had been prepared ami was served b-v ladies oJ the cnurch and preceded the consrcpational business mccUnp; lafcr in ihe 4. _ CUPID'S COURT Free Best and Miss "Mlshic Mar. both of Cardston, Canada, were un- ited in marriage at tho rectory of thr- church of the Incarnation last even- ing by the Rex-. F. -T. Maynard, rec- tor. Mr. and Mrs. Best will reside in Falls Tribune. I ican cnntmrr.r A pretty home wedding was brated at high noon today at thc home j of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Cascadcn.: 303 EruntoP. street, whop, thoiv daugh- ter, Myrtle Bell, became tlie bride of Clarence E. Biggs, who i? a real cs- jtate agent in Chester, Tbo ceremony was performed by Kev. T. r. Perry. j Thn bride made a dainiy pici'.in4 in beautiful wedding gown or heavy. CENTRAL BRITISH "COLUMBIA The Inland Empire of i'- Gabada is being opened up by two trans- continental" railways and other liTies of railroad. It is estimated that will be spent in the next five years in railroad building alone. Thirty million acres of the finest azricuUurat land, fifty million acres of timber, coal, and the richest mineral land will be thrown open to development by these railroads and an unequalled system of natur- al inland navigable waterways. The central and strategic point of this grand' domain is Fort George. You can get up-to-date informa- tion of fovlnne making opportuni- ties by su'.UMns yo-tr name and address for the "liriTJsb Columbia Bulletin of giving official p.nd other in- formation about '-bis last and richest, now country on thc Amer- Cosls you nothing Natural Kcsources Scpiiruy Ltd. Paid Tip Capital Joinr Owner? and Sole Agents Fort. George Townsite Bovver Bltig., Vancouver, B.d ;