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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 1, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBEH 1, 1918 I'HIS MUHAIJO express direct from Toronto and Montreal manufacturers. Dir- ect copies of the-loading New York Goats. Tliis is your oportunity-to get the best at a moderate price. We advise calling, early while the assortment of styles and sizes is complete. Pie. J. Y. Shaw Major Ifeurds MILS Been Wounded Two more Lothbridpo soldiers will shortly return to tlie city bearing the scars of battle. Tlnsy nrrlved on the iUauretunla at Halifax atimii. days They ure Tlios. Husscll and J. Y. Shaw. Pie. Russell, "15 if-th si. N., wns a membnr of tlic R.C.H.'H. During the fighting lie receiver! n skull fracture which incapacitated him from fiirlhfir work tn the trendies. 11 is likely PHONE 1224 Mrs. Ltin S. Brown luis sufficiently .covered from her recent operation lo leave the hospital and return to 101- home. Tho members of tlie I. O. D, K. are iked to bo tin1 lecturo by j iiptuin, thy "lion. Kuport in! tlie Y..M.C.A. tomorrow niKut. H An open nicotine the I... O. B. A. be held tomorrow :iL fi.30 p.m., In the .Moose Itall. Orangemen, tlmir wives, and aii who "nave an inturnsI tt the order arp invited to attend. 0 O O C3 O O Mr. 0. K. Tiniilut; returned to Ku- yesterday a Tier spending a few wo IMC m me n. days in the city. Mr.4, Tin.ling and thai lie will remain for some time in j family will remain in Lctltbridye for the Qgden Convalescent House before lb0 winter, returning to Lethbridye. Pte. Shaw was a. tncmher of the P. P. C. L. I. and lived at JIO St. X. He IB returning practically blinded, although he still has some use of one of his eyes. Among the casualties listed today appears the name of Col. Stewart, i whose injuries are classed as t ly wounded." I Mayor Hardie this morning rcceiv- ed a card from his son, Pto. -JessR Hardie. in which he states that lie is now in London, and is wa.iting to go into the hospital to have a piece of i shrapnel taken out of one of his j veins, i Other casualties listed arc Pte. A. Shaw of Cranbrook, killed in action; It. Beaton of Macleod and J. Mitchell of Coal Creek, wounded. Mrs. Beards, Hull Block, received word this morning that her husband Sergt.-Major Beards, who left with the 20th Battery, hud been wounded.. It is understood the wounds are nut serious. Winnipeg, Oct. with the announcement that the ex- ministers will ai. tlie fall as- sizes a report was generally circulated in Winnipeg tonight that Thos. Kelly, the convicted contractor, who has The ladies' aid of (lie Christian church will seiv at the lied Cross rooms on Friday afternoon. All the hulies of the church are asked to be irpsent. Mrs. C. E. Morris entertained at( a sewing tea yesterday afternoon corn-, pliinentary to Miss Phyllis Becker of Medicine Hat. Miss Edni Smith as-i sisted the hostess in serving the re- freshments. Miss Waterman and Miss Colp, en- tertained a .number of friends hist night at a Hallowe'en party, where ghosts and "spooky stunts" were much in evidence. Ducking for apples and other games in keeping with the even- ing were indulged in. j Thn Ladies' Aid Society of Knox' church will meet in the school room of the church on Thursday afternoon at 3 o'cioclc. Hostesses, Mesdames McClp.naph.an, Pugh, -Fairley; recep- tion committee, Mesdames Lafferty and J- R, Oliver. Those who have Royal Crown soap coupons will please bring them. About thirty of the High school' boys and girls and their friends were entertained last evening at the home of Herbert McClenaghan. The usual black cats and uncanny witches con- nected with Hallowe'en were much in evidence during the evening. Games, music and general round of jollifica- tion were kept up until a late hour. The Alexander Gait Chapter, I. O. D. E. are.holding a reception in the Chinook clui) tomorrow, Thursday, af- HUN GENERALS RETIRED London, Nov. l.-A Berne dispatch to the wireless press X 'emotes the Neucsto Nachnch- ten, of Munich, to the effect A that Lieut.-Gens. Von, Chrott A and Emilia Henigst, who had high commands on the western front, have heen placed on the retired list. HOW semi mm Warded Off Nervous Breakdown What the Press Agents Say One Farmer Has 76 Bushels to Acre- on 17 Big Yields Prank O. Smith, justice oE the peace and enterprising farmer from Milk River, spent yesterday in tho city. He me couvicieu Chinook tomorrow, inursuay, ai- been in jail for over a year, will he lenloo., {rom 4.45 to G-.30 in honor of the chief witness for the crown and Captain, the Hon. Rupert Guinness will turn king's evidence. A local goy anii Lndy Gwendoline Guinness and i ernment organ says that: "It is under- All the members of the ehap- stood that Contractor Kelly will be a ler anli their husbands are asked to At the Majestic Theatre goers will wait with pleas- ure the arrival of the Oliver Eckhart players at the .Majestic on Monday. Tuesday and Wednesday of next week. A company of strong players who will put on a repertoire of strong plays. witness for the crown and will supply ha chief sensation.of the approaching re-trial of the ex-ministers." accept this invitation. q You have just THREE DAYS MORE in which to take advantage of our magnificent Free Picture offer. :Sf Professor Burt is Painting daily in o u r store window from 10 to 12 a.m. and 2 to 4 p.m. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 4th is the Last DAY POSITIVELY to secure an oil paint- ing free. All coupons must be re- deemed before 10 p.m. Saturday night DON'T FORGET, ONLY THREE MORE DAYS REMAIN TO GET THIS BIG OFFER Alhurtis, am a teacher in the many tai'cg cf crops and sur nubile schools and I got in a very prlslng returns from farm nervous run down condition. 1 could Operation3 ,o rcp0rt In that district, not sleep and had no appetitn. I was Qne of most gtriifinir yields is At The Orplmim The sensational film "Temptation The a story of police life and the underworld In New York .will be shown again at the Orpheum tqnight. Ever since the police scandals several I years ago, the public life has been keenly interested in slum life. Play not sleep ium nuu j uue ui LUC niu.-ji. Keenly inieresmu iu amm mjf tired all the time. My sister asked me of nax on the tarm of a farmer noveis theme have appear i tnat. or nax on tiiu ui novels tneme uuve iiiipcai- named Hall, near Coutts. Over 70 ed D11t the screen provides the acres yielded an average of over 37jmost reiastjc representation 'of un- bushels to the acre. This is con- jgrworid life possible to produce We guarantee Vinol, which contains 7G hubhels to the beef and cod liver peptones, iron and on a 1? aoro of ,a3t manganese peptonates, and glycero- brealdng. Hi3 entire two hundred phosphates for all weakened run down aa.es 42 bushels the acre. I sidered phenomenal. Ben Ellert; a well known Milk River 'Temptation and the Man" was filmed by Director Bob Hill. conditions and for chrome coughs colds and D. Hlg nboth am Co., Ltd., Druggists, Lethbndge. Also at the best Alberta towns. ]msea bougllt section at 527 an acre. This At the Empress In the plcturizatlon of "The Shoot- Ing of Dan at the EmpresF tonight, the Popular Plays and Players Uli in an year's crop pays tor thc farm J havl a production that at its oest is drugfcists in an (he of operation. Most of excellent alla at aii times is more than _... paasaWe Bljmuna Breese in tlie i troops are talcing place south of Brzez- (Medicine Miss Mabel ,the Ziota Llpa river in Galicia, .......r------ Miss Helena Snrpson, Miss nnCoHTi niRpial statement to- priate favors. About fifty were pres-! JHss 5Iarlnn KIng. Miss Muriel Ot MShcuv Separation allowance is con- v ent and all entered with a spirit in-1 M Mlss6s Beryl and Dora Nim- Teuton forces the tinned by the government un- to the games avid which had wood bupenor til pension is such amount being paid as advance against the pension, dating as from the day of death. _ Assigned pay automatically great deal of amusement. stops the day soldier is killed or dies, and if any assigned pay the crop was put in on spring plow j ing. J A quarter section sold rulings In connection with pen- part of "Ihe man from the creeks, ist year for jjm Maxwell in the photoplay, A quarter section auiu.iaat jcm m. jim Maxwell m tne pnoiopiay, ____ I on the crop payment plan, two- Director Herbert Blache had, an actor TSfTFrTIONS "lirllli the 'crop to tle of much power to head a company CURES SKIN AFFEt-llUwa purcha80 prico. Hail hit the 30 which was chosen throughout, Ono package proves it. acres ]ast year only presenting Katheryn Adams, Audrine guaranteed by above Vinol arjggisi. wa5 applied to the purchase. This stark, Betty Riggs, Wallace Stopp and "jyear another 30 acres was In crop, 1 and two-thirds' of its yield was suffi- ant, characters. The excellent points eieut to nay off the balance of the pur- production are found in thi Sage Tea and Sulphur Darkens Naturally that Nobody Can Hair that loses its color and lustre, r when It fades turns gray, dul 1 and CiCnt tO Pay OH um Uillunuu UL luo pui- Q[ [ne prOUUCHOlI UIC tuullu iu LIII cliase price arid leave the farm clear: powerful acting of Mr. Breese, In the of debt. 'grip of the story at climatic moments Ed. Hotze averaged 66% bushels to 3nd in a wealth beautiful snow the acre on land freshly broken and 1 scenes, for the most part suggestive then subsoiled: I of the Alaskan wilds in which the Mr Smith swiys most of the crops action is supposed to transpire, in the district are running from 32 to Of the many finely contrived scenes, 50 bushels. He has only heard of one one calls for particular comment. To 'low yield, andUhat was 23 bushels appearance a horse with two 1 the acre. riders leaps from a cliff into swift A lot of building is Hkeiy to be done rapids, and then all three struggle unc s ey o e or when It fades turns gray, dul 1 and (he qomlng yoari throllgh the icy water to the shore. lifeless, is caused by lack of su Iphur If there is any deception in this scene in the hair. keep her locks dark and beautiful, and n J thousands of women and men who val-. a ar, tie that even color, that beautiful dark a les shade of hair which Is so year. use only this old time recipe. Nowadays we get this famous mix- ture improved by the addition of other FORMER SENATOR DEAD Victoria, Oct. 30.- asking at any' d ug one of its pioneers and oldest ingredients bj asking at _an> uruR n-mnrii heart failure of Copenhagen, via London, Oct. 31. A dispatch from FVlederichshaven to the Berlinsgke Tideude snya that the ingredients by asking at any rug i captain or the Norwegian steamship store for a 50-cent bottle of Wyeth's I wl o for over! Stcmshest, who was taken to Prlede- Sngn ran Sulphur which Kad es ng darkens the hair so naturally so even- darkens the hair so naturaly so even- amcmbe o tho senate ly, that nobody can possibly tell it has, was formerly, a member 01 mo aeimi.o been applied. You just dampen ajof Lanaaa, who wai! which sank his w o or over The city and riehshavtn with the members of his yesterday, reports that the com- th8 Qerman sllbmarllle essel told him that "ray hair s; but what ay company and, during inn STrftV llfUr (llSappeurB, uui WIIKL a "eligh 9 the ladles with Wyeth's Sage his life in. the city served in almost and Sulphur Compound, is that, be-i every office In the pubic life of Vic- Bides beautifully darkening the hair, toria, also being_from 1859 to 1886 a after a few applications, It also brings member of the legislative assembly BECK AND ROLAND APPEAR ON DEC. 11th impart color and a youthful appear- LIsgar, retiring from public life in ance to the hair. It Is not Intended for the year 1912., ______ the cure, mitigation or prevention of I Tertisement arranged, In connection with an ar- tiolc published In tho Telegram The Yuong People's Christian En tleavor of the Christian church held INFORMATION FOR DEPENDENTS'OF SOLDIERS KILLED IN ACTION The Canadian Patriotic Fund is authorized under its charter to continue payments to the de- pendents of soldiers killed in action or .dying1 from wounds for a period not exceeding six mouths after such event hap- pens or until the flrst pension cheque is received. 9 tests, even ghosts with clammy hands '.'were present. The.refreshments were also la keeping with the evening's f.un. The choir of Knox church had a thoroughly enjoyable party last night in the school room of the church, which was decorated with black cats, pumpkins, witches, and other appro- ney, Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Stacey, Mr. and Mrs. M. S. JlcArthur, Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Wallace. Mr. and Mrs. Quil- KG 01 III Mrs. P. W. Downer, Mrs. via London, Nov. 1.-, Kellogg, Fierce battle's between the Austro- Mrs. J. Wallace, Mrs. Hammond, Miss Hungarian forces and the Russian Thompson, Miss Stoltzo Miss Becker to the games aid which jjiss Downer Siipt. Penr.Bfath- cu the Rus- heen arranged. Progressive games of, Tom SergL Home. southern portion of a in keeping with the ev-'Mcssrs. Rioe, McCreMly, Macl.ean, R. troops to ening were played for a time and at- ;v Snluh, Duff, Mclvor, Smith. mo ______ _ terwards a "track meet" provided a ____________ is forwarded after that date the unexpired portion of the month is deducted as an ad- vance. The above are the absolute A red apple was the only admission asked to the Hallowe'en social given last night by the Ladies' Aid of Wes- ley church in Wesley hall and a great many were delighted Vpay this small "HAD ALMOST GIVEN UP." Samia, 27 yeara ago 1 was taken very bad, my blood, too, was in bad shape. I got so I had to go to bed and I was there for over three months. I could not cafc and suffered untold agony. I had three of the best doctors I could get but it- just seemed nothing was going to help me. I had almost given up. 1 thought I would never be any better and was willing to give up aud die rather than suffer as I was. A neighbor of mine told me of Dr. Pierce's wonderful remedies and I decided to use them. My husband bought me six bottles of.'Favorite Pre- scription.' I had not taken it long until I felt better. In less than six weeks I itM out of bed, and in legs than six months I was cured and have been well ever since. Do all my own work. I have raised three daughters, two .are married, and have children. They and they are healthy, so are their children. I am sure it was all on account of mj having them use the niedicine.1'. 111 keep all of Dr? Pierce's medicines in the house. Have-VJFavorite Prescrip- -Medjcal. Discovery' and '-'ranyfliihg prcnared by Dr. I flso have a Mwlical the People's Common Sense Advisor, vfhich I have hail 28 years; it has been very valuable to J. WAT, 232 Ontario St., Sarnis, Ont. If you arc a sufferer, if your daughter, mother, sister need help, get Dr. 1'icice's Prescription in fiquid or tablet form from any. medicine deafer to-day. Then address Dr. Fierce, Invalids' Hotel, N. Y., and get confidential medi- cal advice A Bioafc-valuable book in any homy is Dr. Piercc'a Common Sense Medical I Adviser. A splendid volume, i with .engravings end colored plate8.t A be scnfc to.anyone sending tifty rants in stamps, to (lay the cost'of wrap- i ping and mailing cmty, to Dr. Pierce, Buffalo, N.Y. Pierce's'Pleasant Pellets are tho which entitled. them to an even- ing's pleasure. Games of many differ. ent kinds were played and a program given consisting of several excellent numbers by au orchestra, song by Miss Dawson, selection by the male To Avoid Distress Afterdating A-Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablet Contains What the Stomach Requires to Digest Even the Plain and Simple Foods. quartette, song by Mrs. Claude Hughes and a. reading by Mrs. Buchanan. A interesting part of the. program was furnished by Mrs. C. B. Cameron who made silhouettes of several peo- ple present, later having them exhibit- ed, aim 30 excellent were the likeness- es'that there was no difficulty in guessing "who was who." The re- Teshments, consisting of pumpkin pie, doughnuts and coffee, were great- ly enjoyed by all. Last night Hallowe'en was fitting- ly celebrated at the Chinook club when the members of the club held an in- formal dance. Decorations, in keepiug with the evening were much in evi- dence, gay streamers of yellow and black, crepe paper draping the ,walls and pumpkins serving as shades over the lights. Splendid music by the or- chestra encouraged, everyone lo dance until a late hour. Supper was served at small tables ?.t midnight. Among Be Convinced with a Free; Trial Package. Acute'indigestion may come so un- expectedly that to have Stuart's Dys tbo order of St. John of Jerusalem., [court. THE G. I. A. TO THE BROTH- ERHOOD OF COCOMOTIVE ENGINEERS Are Holding an On Thurs., Nov. 2nd IN THE K. P. HALL Anyone wishing invitation! may phone 683. Ladles anf flents will present invita.. lions at the door. Extra Lady 50c DEI Kit GUSS ..OFBHl.IOT.rEll .'BEFORE BOHHHT Says we will both look and feel clean, sweet and. fresh and avoid illness. Sanitary science has of late made expectedly tnat to nave auuai-t s rapid strides with results that are of pepsia Tablets at hand is like having untold blessings to humanity. 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Everyone, whether ailing, sick or well, should; each morning before breakfast, drink a glass of real hot water with a-ieaspoonflll of limestone phosphate in it lo wasii troin the stom- Yhelach, liver and bowels the previous fact ttat come what may you-are al- days indigestible waste, sour Me and SaTheEmereSractlthat they are sold in hot water and limestone phosphate on, everv drug storMn United States an empty stomach-is wonderfully m- Aows to tHoughtful Vigorating. If cleanses'out all the sour, people rely upon Stuart's Dyspepsia fermentations, gases, waste and acidity Tablets to prevent or to overcome and gives one a .splendid appetite tor stomach disorders breakfast. While you are enjoying Get a 50 cent box. today and learn your breakfast the phosphated hot. what it means lo have absolutely no water Is quietly extracting a large vol- fear of anything to eat. 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