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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 15, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta THESPAY. '.TANUARY 15, 101 THE LETHbRinOE n/ar. �   A very good-sized crowd attended tho tea given'by the Sir Alexander aalt chapter I.O.D.E. at the Veterans That heavy headache, torpid liver, sick stomach, bitter taste in mouth, furred tongue, dull eyes and muddy skin, all come from a poor supply of bile. unhealthy conditions are promptly corrected by D. Smitlji, 732 12th St. B. uortU on' club on Saturday. -Mrs. Pennefathei Thursday afternoon at 2.30. w � � Dr. Taylor and Mrs. Taylor were, week-end vlsltora in Medicine guests o� Mr. and Mrs, Davles. The Next-of-KIn wlU hold their meeting In the Moose Hall, Hlginboth-am block on Friday evening at 7.30. * *  Mrs, Frazer, who has been a guest of Mrs. Pennefather tllfe past week, returned to her home in Maclood today. and Mrs. Uall were in charge assisted by Mrs. W. H. Marrs, Misses Adeline Henderson, Dorothy Marr.s and .Muriel Hat, I Johnson. The executive of the I.CD. IC. entertained the out-of-town performers in the "Evening of Dance and Song,"'the tea table being presided over by Mrs. Illtchio and Mrs. Robinson. During the afternoon Mrs. Wad-dington and son Geoff provided a very enjoyable musical program. which Stimulate the liver, regulate the fldw of bile, sweeten the stomach, and renew healthy bowel action. A household rerhedy ap-Dfoved by sixty years of pubic service. For every-day illnesses^ Beecham's Pills Mrs. p. Hamilton Mewburn and Mrs. j Hastings Mewburn, who have been in England (or tho past year, have left for Canada^ . . >  �* * The Thistle Sewing Circle will meet af. the home of Mrs. Hyssop,'604 13th St. N., on � Wednesday afternoon Red Cross sowing. ... FORiOSTftCIIVE Fl Tha'Red. Cross Society of Foremost la BOtting y pace in ^ed Orosa work which other sfcclettos m's\\t try -to emulate: :Xtt}i^lt!^, .recontMljuglpess meeting, H�8. M. C White -yva? elected chairman .aud-Mrs;,H...L.. Shaven secretary-troasurer for -the. ensuing year. The society, decided to divide itself into five groups, each headed by a captain, for the purpose of sewing fbr tho Red Cross each week. In this way they hope to greatfy Increase their amount of work. Tho captains appointed were Mrs. A. D. Medhurst, Mrs. i. Green, Mrs. G. L. Schlnnour, Mrs, B. Donoghuo and Mrs. W. Edwards. The members, of this society who nr^ helping ao splendidly in this great work are .fully reaWziug tho magnitude ,ot th6,.(ask the Red. Gross is perform-Ingln its labor.^f mercy ,iu saving tho lives ot Uie wounded. ' . � . - � '.�;.�'':' .v.. ^ - And. wo/(3o not ask'you to accept our unsupported word tor thlp statement. Ypu are at ^Iberty to question any ot our patients, and on their tijstlmony we know you will decide to entrust us with yovtr work.  * . , - , br$4]Bruner, Richards andNelson dtt Blk, 4 Doors from Lethbridge Hotel,: L^thbridgie LETHBRIOQE, ALBERTA \ . ' CAUCiARY office-115A EIGHTH AVENUE'E. EDMONTON officer CRISTALL block': Toronto, Jan. 15. - Joseph Burr Tyrell, B.M.A., B.S.O., F. G.S., mining engineer ot this city, has been awarded the Murcheson Medal by the Geological Society of London, England, according to a cablegram received here. Mr. Tyrell) whp is one of Canada's foremost geo-. * logists, explorers and mining * engineers. Is at present In England. He has spent many years in exploration work in Alaska and Hudson's Bay with wonderful results. He is the author dl "Across the sult-Arctica of Caa-ada."  DIOATES FORNIAYOR,FERNIE l-arf tft Salo of Any Medicine En the WorU* Sold everrvrberc. In boxe*. 25c. for The annual meeting of Dominion Hebekah Lodge No. 41, was held on Thursday, Jan. 10th, when the following oftlcors were Installed for tho ensuing term: P.G., Sister 0. Moe; N. G., .Sister M. Maxwell; V.G., Sister Carter; Rec.-Sec, Sister E. Donald; Fln.-Sec, Sister k;. Prosser; Trens., sister I. Munro; Warden, Sister C. McKenzie; Con., Sister Rosewarn; O. 27 ,^nd 2S, v.-Uen the annual provincial prolillilti'oti conveii'.loii wllj be held in Massdy'Hall. Preparation ot plans for the campaign to bo conducted previous totlie referendum In June, 1919, when the people will be called upon to retain or repeal tho Itrtaoi'^'regulations already established In the province, in the primary object of. the convention. From twelve to fifteen hundred dolegalcs are expected to attend. Speaking to the Canadian Press Limited, Ben H. Sponco, secretary .of llio Ontario branch ot the Dominion G., Bro. E. Theobald; I.G., Sister K. ^Nr'lMt{'T,Tln^^f ""ilaHIUBS 1 and an l^uRgn^o amoupt of smaller Items of genepaJiHtilUy Jto, farmers,' bnlldors ;*n-;^fi� ,WApp,I^^OTbN,8p!.^8'WITHOUT RESERjVB �s yfell as ourf in the matter of inoreasbd wages." The report reviews the litigation in,' which the union is involved, particularly the West Virginia case, wherein' the organisers ot the United Mln� Workers ot America are anjolned' from soliciting employees ot a coal conipany-to become loembers of the organisation. The auprepae co,Urt ot the United States Bustalhed the Injunction.' The^ report says: , r~ � "Declaious of this character aro o^l culated, if not designed, to destroy our organization and return coal-mln Ing oondttions to the chaotic state poijion tk'the bowflli: vice to Uie country as well as our by',-�Qrnln�^a X^-k^t box from a^yji economic welfare, to protest against drag BU>re'w^^lelm^ybilr ftomaQhl those rey9,l�tl6nary decisipna and .to^; �wiBeti>llr�r aiid>4�iM!A and mslst it this ho the la^ of; the^coartS'i.heM clear tQr.mMiSIT.IHm't foriet^ that it shall b� corrected by loglsla-', th#,ol�|ldr^n. TK(^pJ*Ta .CaaoiWti bft-V YOU'RE 6IU0USI LET "GASGARErS" UVEN UVER AND BOWELS Don't Stay Hcadaehy. Coiiatipatad, 8lek, With Bad Bmath and StomaoHi Sour. \^ 0�t a 10-cent bbx bow./ Yoti men and! women who can't get (eeUng rlghtr-wbo have headache, coated toncue, bad. taato and (oul breath, dlaslness, oia't slo^p, aro bil-tons, nervous and nptist. bothered with  alolc, vassy, dlaordarod atomaph or k�Te a bad cold. (Are you Iteeptni your bqwola clean with Oaacarots or. merely forcing a PM*agoway every tew . daya ' wlUi' aalU. eatbartib piUa or cantor bilT ' ;CasearetB work while you sleep: ele^nao the stomach, remove tho aoiir. untiUKested fermenting food, and tout ga^ea; take the exooss bilo from, tho liver and carry ;Ou^ of the systejn all: the eonetlpatad waato matter aiid' Here are two more Suggestions indicating the JBargaihs Offered Men^s Dvepshoes I'biickle, all sizes uth's Sh Sizes9 to 13 .tiou. thUi qrtiia the Sherman-anttr^ I The Foot Toggery Sherlock n -1 1. Ir s 47 ;