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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 2, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta THURSDAY, NOVKMIJEK 2, THE USTI-mniDGE PACK SKVEN Mrs. George Currle of 194 Waterloo Ave., Guclph. lias used Zatn-Uufc with splendid results for a hud burn, which her sustained by fulling from his high-chair onto the stove. Mrs. Curric writes: "The burn was very severe and bahy suffered terribly. Icalleda doctor, but bis treat- ment Rave the child no rc- Hef. I tried another doctor, with the same result, and finally I was told that Skin would have to be grafted. "Then 1 heard of Zam-Bult and begun using it. In a short time an improvement was noticeable. I persevered with Zam-Buk with the re- sult that the burn, although so deep, is now entirely healed, without the neces- sity of having skin grafted." Zira-Buk Is equally Rood (or scaldf, outs and all other skin in- juries. It .la also lubi as anaA for eczema, ringworm, ulcers, old notes, blooU-poisonlne, pimples, bolls lad 50c. box. 3 lor All druKsisto or Zam-But Co.. Toronto. PHONE 1224 What the Press Agents Say At the Empress Fiction writers are prone to drawl heroines from the stage, generally j marry them off to millionafreH. after i numerous! involved intrigues and "prob- lems' have been sufficiently discussed. In "The Unattainable." the Bluebird photoplay to be exhibited at the Em- press theatre on Friday and Saturday, the actress heroine reverses the order of things by marrying a prosnfc shop- Iie'-d in the foothills of the ami then startinj; upon a renewal ot her old lifn with numerous attendant comnlications. Dorothy Davenport will imnorsonnte actress, Emory John- ponJbfl-UiiBtoral.-husband, and Richard JMorris will introdnrn the trouble elo- ment into the situation. El wood D., H Running's story formed the basis for, the scenario. Eugene B. Lewis provid-1 od for Director Lloyd B. Carleto'n io proceed with in producing one of the most interest-impelling photo dramas j of the period. j Those who did not sen The Shooting. of Dan McGrow last night should cor-' Talnly do so tonight. iMifiH I'liyllis Duckur, who has been YlB.tliiK liiFt today lor her lioiw! in Medicine Hat. n Mr, and .Mrs. J. K Tcrrill lire spend- intf a few days in Calvary ut Hits 1'al- llacr. The Lndlns Society or thn Hrotlior- hood of Locomotive Pi rein en and ginemiMi will meet tonight in thn S. O.JO, hull at S V.HI. All members ru- ilutiHted to attend. j The ladles' swim mini; classes at j ihi> Y.M.C.A. under tlto auspices of the j Civic club will be hold on Fridays, in! thn iifternoon at and in vhu even- ing ami 8 o'clock. The engagement is announced of j Lois Gertrude, daughter of .Mr. and Mrs. William PVou.se, and Thomas! iUordon Oibson, second sou of Mr. nmlj Mrs. James CJibson of Maleb. Alia. The marriage wiii Uku jilaco sliortlj'. j Mr.' C. K' of the Hank of Com- merce at. San Fi-ancisco, has arrivud in the city to a position in the branch of the bank here. A number of years ago Mr. Moo .was manager of "the Eastern Townships Hunk at Mrs. Smith's section of the Icahs will hold a meeting at 21 Bryan! block tomorrow at 8 p.m. in connec- tion with the bazaar to be held Nov.; 18. I i I Mrs. Dlxon'a section of the Rebe-j kaha will meet for sewing at the! home of Mrs. 'Maxwell, (iK7 5th street! south on Friday at 8 p.m. As the ba- xaar Is to be held on Nov. 18th alt I members are asked to hand in their finished work. T The Hudson's Bay tea room proved a very popular rendezvous yesterday afternoon and numerous small parties 1 wtjre given. It was the Daughters ofj the Empire day and Mrs. Maynard, Miss Tilloy and Miss Agnes O'Hagen assisted Mrs. F. W. Downer in serving the guests. If you were told of a new discovery for the treatment of COURTS, ;olds and bronchitis, as certain mils lotion cri all elicst troubles as iititi- iujiiii Is un u.Vnujtrjiu.ui (HucillJltion Oil wouldn't you j'eel likafjivint' it a trial? Peps is Hie discovery I I'tips are little tablets, containing 3erta.in uu'diciual inurediwils, which, wlieu placed upon the lonuuc, i in medi- ately turn into vapour, iuid urc ut once breathed down ti.e air pussies to the UiuifB. On their jourtity, llicy sootlit Ihu irritsited niumbraui-s of Die bronchial lubc.s, tliedeiicatc walls jf lim air and iluully enter imlcarry relief and bcalinj.- to Um In a word, while no liquid or solid aiQ to luniis and uir passages, Lhuriu Peps fumes Bi't there direct, and it oiico commeuue tbeir work of TRjAU Cut out ujs tcross it the name and datn of thispaper, vnd mail it (with Je. stump to pay return ixwlngc) to Peps Co., Toronto. A free trial iKicket will then be sent you. All iruggist-s and stores sell Peps, uOe, box. Why Should YOU Join the Navy At A van tie vi lie festival will lie prc- j acnted next week at the Ovpheum. Six vaudeville features ami.the first episode of the wonder serial, "The Shielding will compose this unusual offering. Hardoen, tlio !tinu of the handcuffs, will offer a mystifying and sensational 11 umber. John T. Doyle Co. will present a dramatic comedy playlet, entitled "The Danger which is full of extra- ordinary sihiatinna. Howard and Ross will offer a banjo plnvinpr sinpin? novelty, Joe Whitehead, otherwise known as "A Ilunrli of'Squirrel Pood." will en-j tertain with his comicalities and Kensical patter. The Oaalu Duo will present an acro-j bntjc, and' haliinning: number, as only I thflsfi clever Oriental pepple can offer.' There in a good feature program of: pictures for [the conclusion of this At Tlic Oliver Eckhardt Players make In n Lnthli'lllfo ni'di- ence at the Majestic nest Monday Many members of Mr. Bck- roniTiany were with the fa- mous Allen Players Tor many seasons. Irving Kennedy will he soon and will be happy In renew old acauaintanccs. Tlie opening play on Monday night fye the delightful comcrly drama. "Sweet Tuesday night's hill will be Beulah Povnter's dramatiza- tion of "Lena Rivers." Mary J. Holmes' best novel. Wednesday iiiBht will see the produrtion of the scream- ing farce 'The Three Twins.' Seats will bo at Hedleys tomorrow. Miss Mary MacKay, who is a sis-! ter of Miss Jane JIacKay of this lias been appointed superintendent ot i the Visiting Nurses' Association of! Denver. Miss MacKay was at one i time connected with the Nursing Mis-] sion here but for the last year half has been in Chicago. Tuesday evening the Royal Order of Moose hold a very enjoyable evening j in their hall on Second avenue, the, occasion being the organization of ladies' chapter to be known as tlie! Wpjaen of. Mooseheart .tcgign, speeches by iiletatoV Br. (r. W. Alii-' son, Bro. T. Haynes, Secretary W. n: Ward and Rev. Bro. Marsh of Noble- for, interspersed with inusic by the new Moose orchestra, assisted by Mrs. E. J. Williams, soloist. Mrs. G. W. Allison was elected organizer of the new branch. All the ladies present pledged themselves to become active workers. At the conclusion of the program light refreshments were serv- ed, the evening being concluded by the sinning of the National Anthem. The committee will call another en- rolment meeting in the near future. ONE-FOUR NEWS