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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 9, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta HE1ULP rilUHSDAY, NOV1-. Suffer From Piles BO matter how Wncor how icnd US coupon IS BELIEVED SAFE Calgarv Xews-Telosrani-As Sidney Rev Drinkall has .been reported miss- ing since September !6 and letter. have been received from him anted October 14. his Mends in the city arc of the opinion that there has been mistake, and that UK- a letter, no mention of an IS LARGEST IN the Press Agents Say the Empress vvclilen. the charming stage star, considered by many prettiest slrl in pictures, w, I bt siu it the Empress theatre time in "When a Woman ls latest You'll always havenicecleari pantry shelves if you go over them occasionally with Old Dutch This Is the aes Total of 1884 in Public School. in which-h, -New High School Room Needed Aever .11 tho history of the city schools has the attendance.been so ,uu, i, affords her ampe for a wide display ot her H> f production, which is complete me, erv detail, tells the Story ot the b-u- made n brave sirl to K-ml Assistance to an invalid mother i a That was the nlisted. Lets Meat and Take Salts Backache orjladder Troubles. uric acid in meat excites the kid TIPVS thev become overworked, gel "ache and feel like lumps o! lead'The urine becomes cloudy; me bladder is irritated and you may b, obliged to seek reliet two or thre the night. When kid .nevs clog you must help them this .off tile body's 're'iorTvou suffer from backache, sic! headache, dizziness, stomach get iiour, tongue coated and you reel rheu ".tic twinges when the weather i less meat, drink lots of water get from any pharmacist foil ounce! of -lad Salts; take a table spoonful in a glass of water beior breakfast for a few days and jour kit grape rMd lemon juice, combined with l.thia, and has been used for generations c clean Clogged kidneys and stimulate then to normal activity also to neu i a Pr s u tement made last night at the Pub- ic "chool board meeting by Chairman R K Davidson when the attendance report for October was read showinE on enrolment for the month ot 1 >M. Several new pupils are rcportlns month, and there is a possib. My that a new High school room anil a new sr ad In the Central school will have To be ntMied at New Years. I hi. will necessitate the Board looking or (urther accommodation. 'Ihe attend- ance report showed: _ Md Charlie Chaplin time in the city at pomibr prices WANTED! The Ladles of Lethbridge to Buy Their Xmas Presents at The Rebekati Bazaar On SATURDAY, November I 8th AT THE STANDARD FURNI- TURE CO.'S OLD STAND Fourth Ave. S. 16S4 14iJ welcomed the con- in of-towu delegates to the capital. At Enrolment for mouth Average daily attendance Percentage........... Enrolment for term Average term attendance school'report showed ev. Crv room with an Octber percentage otVtenSance of or better Principal 'ence until the end of the term. Hu was accepted. The resi-uation of Miss Newman school mirk to lake .effect at tin nf this was accepted, nut- N-nrsins Mission will be askedjo Taylor, schools' medical officer, will return The financial report showed tlial 140.100 of the 1916 school taxes coN ected to date have been paid to 'secret'trv Fleetwood received per- .ussion to'move his office to the Cell- WtclfeVassistant city comptroller of Mmonton on "control of mumcipa. penditures." ______ To g cattle ipiemeut tralize the acids in urine, so longer is a so'ur'ce of irritation, thus .ending bladder weakness. Jad Salts is inexpensive canno, m jure- makes delightful effervescea lithia-water drink which everyon- should take now and then to-keep tin kidneys clean and active here say they sell lots of .Tad Salts t, folks who believe in overcoming kid ney trouble-while Jt is.only Advertisement. CREAM WANTED IGHEST PRICES PAID FOR 0. 1 CREAM, AND CHECK ENT FOR EACH SHIPMENT BY RETURN MAIL MILK KILK AND DELIVERED CREAM DAILY. BABIES' MILK Mil't supplied front individual that have passed the .tubercular test by the govern- ment veterinarian. EDGEHiLL DAIRY Phone 1524 e a Texan bas invented that administers an elec- Appendicitis has been directly trac- d to peanuts. Lethbridge people Luld know that simple buckthor k glycerine, etc.. as mixed ro At often relieves or prevents ap- "ndicitis. This simple remedy acts n BOTH lower and upper bowel, re- moving such surprising foul matter "VB SPOONFUL relieves almost constipation, sour stom- ch or gas. A shon treatment helps hronic stomach trouble. The IV TOTT easy action of Adler-I-ka is D. Higinbotham Co, Ltd r-il schol building. It was decided to open the schools at i in the mornlns during the months of December. January and Tiie hoard decided to pay the trai ell ne expenses of the .High school debaters in the inter-school debating league as in. past years. Wants Night Ci A letter .from Mrs. VVhidumgto.i. on iiWit'ctass'es'was read and the follow ing resolution in answer That the letter from T. C. U be acknowledged and the matter he the prosperity referred to in Uer letter bas not reached the smge This is a snocial production Chaplin appears In. It is extra sood At Siarland Of the original stage production of Galley Slave." the latest Ham Fox success, starring the Satan- ic idol of the shadow stage, Ihed.i uara some of-the most interesting 01 the Xew York criticisms were as lol- action moves briskly and there are and telling climaxes contain material winch would make any play succeed. respect the performance of "The Galley Slave" was able. It is the great American play. It possesses all the elements ot pop- ularitv and Mr. Campbell must just- 1, be'termed the American Sardou- York Times. King's showing at Stariand for the last times tonight to rerlainlv one of the most umfliie and entertaining pictures ever shown m the citv. The tragedy ends whole the left oft in yesterdays rleun.i. Ihe end of the first reel. From then on for the remaining four the audience was kept in roars of laughter last night. The ventures of PhiliP, the late Gurnd Duke's son. who has succeeded to his fa her's title, and is being educa ed n AuiL-iica, falls into the hands of the JlWH.f who mistaking him for vonld-he assassin elect him to k. Bring Back Its Color and Lustre With Grandma's Sage Tea Recipe. mere Will be Offered SALE BY rug stores, known as "Wyeth's SaBe and Sulphur Compound." thus avoid- wo-nhe assass himself, are most amusing and inter- v h the department at once to see its share of the work if there i lanada to Gla.gow Direct UP-TO-DATE STEAMERS SAILING FROM MONTREAL ATHEN1A Nov- 21 Sailing from St..John 5 Tickets from any railroad or steam- ship agent, or DONALDSON LINE r, B.C. 531 Granville St. Roman Catholics I b'euer results could probably be ob tataed through the Separate schoo board that the matter of the teaching the scientific temperance will b into and such recommendatio, made as the board may see fit. At (be Majestic -Ten NUhts In a Bar-room." the most powerfully dramatic play ol us kind ever written, will be the attrac- tion at the Majestic Theatre tor F ,e nen of T. S. Arthur, and has been ccorded years of tinequallea success! v a discriminating theatre gomg i iblic. .The company which will be een here this week.in the play is an xcellent and the scenic Produc- on is all that, desired. The lav is "ripping fronT.the start, heal- u- and moral In tone, and teaches everlastingly good lesson on the vils of temperance. It is Highly ommeiided to local playgoers by the lajestlc management, and prove o be one of the best attractions of le season. _______ ALOHA QUEEN DYING San Francisco, Nov. ani, former nueen of Hawaii, Is very I, at Honolulu. Her death at an> ime is expected, according to infor- mation received here today. SATURDAY, NOV. llth AT ONE O'CLOCK SHARP, THE FOLLOWING Mares and Geldings 15 Mares 3 to 8 years old, weight fr'om 1100. to 1400 pounds. 20 Gelding 3 to 6 years old weigh, from 1200 to 1500 pounds. All broken to work. 6 Saddle Ponies. All hiyh class stock. All mares supposed to be in foal. Bred to the best kind of horse. J. A. SMITH, Auctioneer TERMS CASH. and Sulphur Compound no one can tell because it does it so naturally. sr> applica beautifully dark. soft uriant and you appear years youngci. Stop That Glare WARNER LENZES For Sale By FORD GARAGE THIIIO AVE. 8., LETHMIDGE At the schools of the city tomorrow The school nuoils ot the CH5 r. goinVto do their bit to help the ?tart at three o'clock prompt, and the, ollowlng are the speakers: St. Bas-1 McCafiery and A. M. is the programs are all arrang idvance. Afternoon at 2.30, Evening 7.30 AT WILSON'S AUCTION ROOMS IN THE K. P. BUILDING. FIFTH STREET S. OF Dry Goods, Gents' Furnish- ings, Boots and Shoes, Smallwares, etc. Some Beds, Springs and Mattresses Will be Sold in the Afternoon. W. L. WILSON AUCTIONEER RUBSER STAMPS Made In Lethbridge by Herald Job Department, Phone 1252. LAST TIMES TONIGHT PEARL WHITE in "The King's Game" A Pathe Gold Rooster Play, full of thrilling drama and clean If you Wilt to forget your worries go to Stariand tonight. [-DUET: Miss Slmm-Mr. Fleming ToRENCE ROSE FASHIONS' COMEDY FMPRESQ TONIGHT IQc and iSc. 'HARLIE 'HAPLIN In "Police" First time in ths city at these prices. Something New in Comedies KATZENJAMMERS" AND SATURDAY DRAMATIC ACTRESSES Theda Bara in Slave ORPHEUM Last Time To-Night RED FEATHER PHOTO PLAYS PRESENT The Yoke Gold" A wherein love conquers the lure wealth. Featuring DOROTHY DAVENPORT and EMORY JOHNSTON Directed by Lloyd Carleton An Extra Special METRO WONDERPLAY EMMY WHELEN in "When a Woman Loves" in Five Acts WAR WEEKLY AND COMEOY CARTOON. Majestic, Next Fri. Sat. AND SATURDAY MATINEE THE MOST I n t- in _ Ten-Nights In a Bar-room A Play and Story that has' Elec- trified Every Land where the English Tongue Is spoken. Over Persons The past season in New York, Boston, Pittsburgh, and Chicago have borne testimony to its life like delineators of folly, misery, madness and crime caused by Ihe vice of drunkcnesB. SEE The Terrific Explosion The Great llar-Itoom Scene The Old Mill in Operation The Duel to the Death Joe Morgan's Reformation The Famous Gambling Den. The Grand Transformation Tho Gorgeous Stage Bettings. 75c, 25e SATURDAY MATINEE Adults 25c., Children 10c. SEATS AT MEDLEY'S NOW good tea5' L O ;