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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 10, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE SIX THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD, .WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 10, IMN If you had trouble with Cake Icing, it was not Cowan's. Even a child can ice a cake perfectly, in three minutes, with Cowan's Icing. Sight delicious flavors. Sold everywhere. Itie COWAN CO. Limited. TORONTO. American Hospital In Paris Paris, The American Hos- pital, built an.v equipped t-hroueh the generosity of the American colony in j Paris, was formally ooened in the presence of the United States Ambas- sador. Mr. Henry White, the French Minister of Education, M. Doumer- Kue, members of the Board ol Gover- nors and the medical staff. The hos- pital, the nt-ed of which has long been [felt, contains twenty-five beds, many 'of have been already endowed. Far from the noise and dust .of the busiest sections of Paris, the Ameri- can Hospital is charmingly situated, iat No, 55 rue Chauveau, Neuilly. Mr. Troubled With Backache For Years. Now Completely Cured by the Use of Doan's Kidney Pills. Thousands of women suffer untold misery every day with aching backs that really have no business to ache. Backache is simply a warning from the kidneys and should be attended to immediately so as to avoid years of terrible suffering from kidney troubles. Doan's Kidney Pills will cure you ia the same way they have cured thousands of others, and they cure to stay cured. Mrs. W. C. Doerr, 13' Brighton St., London, Out., is with pleasure that I thank vou for the good your Doan's Kidney Pills have done me. Have been trouble'd with backache for years. Nothing helped me until a friend brought me a box of your Kidney Pills. 1 began to take them and took four boxes, and am glad to say that I am cured en- tirely and can do all my own work and feel as good as I used to before taken sick. I am positive Doan's Kidney Pills are claim them to be, and I advise all kidney sufferers to give them a fair trial." Price 50 cents per box or 3 for at all dealers or mailed direct on receipt of price by The T- -Milbum Co., Limited, Toronto, Ont. When ordering specify "Dean's." Daily Herald's Patterns PARIS TRANSFER PATTERN 8088 Design in Eyelet Embroidery for Dutch collar to bo developed from French batiste, fine, linen, cotton oi-j linen lawn, muslin and similar ma-i it-rial, ami worked "with mercerised i cotton either white or colored Or a i combination of both. This style ofj collar seems to be the favorite for i young well as old and is often seen! worked with a color to harmonize! with the garment "on which' it is to I worn, still many prefer white.) This is in one size'only, 13 i nock measure. I of pattern, 10 cents. In n Pall or Tub of EDDY'S WARE One is Solid. Hardened. Las tint without or Scam. Many other Exclusive are tbo..when you Positively in getting All Good Grocers can supply you.. in fwr EDlY'l MATCHES Qberammergav, the Play of Next Year BOY POLICE FORCE IN COUNCILS BLUFFS Unique Organization Which Helps to v Preserve Law and Competition For Places Time was when.the Oberanimergau Pftseion Play was almost an unknown factor so far as English visitors were concerned, says the Sphere. It was in 18SO that the first rage for attend- ing this festival took possession of the English public. At that time a visitor-actually came in contact with a, real Volksspiel, with people of in- tense enthusiasm and an extraordiu- spy d-evoiico tfo the whole .spirit of a -festival that tVey j had inherited from their fathers. In I 1390 the public interest widened, so fnr at least as this country was con- cerned. Not only Roman Catholics but distinguished non-conformists on the out: side and well known ration- alists on the ether went to Oberam- rnergau. and indeed, trips then as now were very ably organized. It was ia that' the photographers' share in the festival commenced. These illustrations represent the nc-w Caristus, surrounded by his family he may be seen- in private life, and Alfred Bierling, who is to be the new St. John. Anton Lang is now Ohristus for the second time. It. is a very arduous part, for whatever stage machinery may do it is certain that- the Crucifixion scene is a great strain on thfc physique of an actor. The Passion Play for 1910 is being organ- ized by Herr Ludwig Lang, whose sister. Miss Josefa Lang. presides ovtir n wcirking party of ...twelve seam- stresses who maunfacture the whole of the costumes required for the pur- pose. These costumes are very var- ied and interesting. CLARKE CO, The Ladies'Store Phone 453 Acadia Block WE SELL FOR CASH A "Staple" Store Worth While THE GREATEST DISPLAY OF EVERY DAY NEEDS IN THIS THz BEST VALUES With the most complete stocks, in our history iind tho most tempting values .'we have ever had to show, this big stock of flannels, flannelettes, cottons, sheetings, velours, towellings, table napkins, damasks, towels, bed spreads, etc.. stands ready to meet your demands for the corning winter season. Let your every-day needs bear a Clarke label and be sure of their goodness and ability tc stand the wear and tear. Each individual item is thoroughly dependable and represents the greatest possible value for the money. HEAVY CRASH TOWELLING-... FINE WASHABLE VELOURS..... Splendid weight, pare linon ciiy and to see that the "rising generation" does I n-'t--become too -boisterous "ia it? fun. The young law officers act under the eyes and orders of the regular police department of the city, -and have''au- thority to make arrests when sary to preserve order. -size of -the force fluctuates, at times decreasing until not- a' single momber is on. the and at other times increasing until it., reaeh.es a strength of ;two hundred and fifty. This is the .maximum dumber allow- ed to in the "Boy Police" Wee. The boy.? receive no pay for their work, but are recompensed solely, by the prestige which accrues to- them as guardians of the peace. So greatly-is the honor -esteemed'at holiday times, when the mind of America naturally turns to mis- chief, that anything from five .hun- dred to fifteen hundred boys besiege the police hoadquarters, seeking ap- pointments as "policwmen." It is the greatest honor that can come to a Council Bluffs..boy-to be made a ..policeman. Every grade of society is found among the applicants, from the .street Arab .to the son of a bank- er and-a railroad magnate, for prac- tically every lad in .Council Bluffs is a standing candidate for -the "job of boy ;policeman This -Kid as the force is popularly known; originated in the roind of Chief of Police Richmond of Council Bluffs, and was more surt of an accident -than of mature thought. It was an inspiration, how- ever, has worked wonders amonc Ae -toys of Council Bluffs, and "has 'been S0 successful in its object that is bjing seriously considered -by a number of other American World Magazine TUCKED SHIRTWAIST MORAL REFORM CONVENTION IN REGINA JRe'gma, Nov. is every likelihood of 'holding -convention of provincial temperance workers in Re- gina during the session of the legis- lative assembly, which here two weeks from today. A committee of the Social and Moral Reform e.La- gue will meet on Saturday to discuss details and from them the call for! the convention will bft given to press j upon the legislature the amendments wanted by the temperance people. C.: B. Keerileyside., provincial secre-1 tary of the Social and Moral Reform i Association, returned today from a ten days' campaign up the Prince Albert-! line. At Hanley temperance forces j to work at once, secured necessary! petition, had the by-law -given'two' readings by'the council, and now the! fight is on in earnest This makes I eight towns where votes will b'-- taken i this- year. At .Saskatoon five good I houses greeted Rev. .A. E. Henry'and i C.B.Keenleyside, and much oithus-' iasm was manifested and steps tj organize at once. I BACK TO ALBERTA Mr. Win. Kranbenhagen -has just re- turned from his native land of Ger- many to Edmonton to resume his-du- jties on the Alberta Herald staff. He writes this of his return to Alberta. ;4 'Whoever has drunk of the Sas- katchewan water, Trill always come back again.' I am not the first who has borne out the the truth of this assertion. Hundreds are coming from the old" land, and hundreds iarc coming back- again every year. The appeal of the new world was too strong .to with- stand. They must 'follow the call of the West. Our dear Crc-rman father-land is beautiful. There life is ordered so correctly and definitely and when one breaks away from the trodden -aths to "borne out here there is a strong tendency under the severe hardships and trials of the unnatural bustle to drift back to the older civilization again.. Business is brisk there, there is no doubt of that. It is slow but sure. There is'a mighty 'network of com- merce in, which all are included. Ger- man commerce encircles the flobe. The German merchant eauips himself with every need of man and presses everywhere. Germany is a broad placid stream sweeping through well established channels. Our West is a new tmchan- nclled turbid torrent sweeping over mountain and1 valley in the cer taint? of changing soon into a clear magnifi- cent river. This fresh new life, this' _ T _ 1 TvuuuCxLui rtwiiivijiiriig is ji wonder in- spiring birth franght with marvels." He tells of the remarkable develop- ment of Edmonton since he has last seen it. "And this -rp-it awakening, should we only look at it from afar? "ShouM we sta'nd 'by inactive j amidst the incoming hordes while this land is japidly taking on the aspect of .1 mighty empire from year to vear? No No." PARIS PATTERN NO. 2635 All 'Seams Allowed This delightful little model, which is developed in heavy linen, madras, French flannel, cotton crepe or cash- mere, is tucked in the front and back, both portions being attached to a shoulder-yoke.1 -of the material., heav- ily stitched. The front is closed through the centre box plait, with small pearl buttons, the straight -cuffs on-the regular shirt sleeves fastened with similar buttons. This is also an -excellent, model for taffetas or silk, to wear under the strictly tailormade coat. The model is worn with a stiff linen collar either in the high turndown or Eton style.. The pattern is in 7 inches bust measure. For 36 inch bust the --.vaist requires 4 yards of material 20 inches wide, 3 3-8 yards 27 inches wide, 2 3-S yards 36 inches wide., or yards 42 inches "wide. Erice of pattern, 10 cents. TELEGRAPHIC BRIEFS 'Chicago, Nov. body of Er- nest Camp, the chauffeur of "the -tai-' icab, which carried several persons to their-death when it plunged through an open drawbridge last Sunda- was .recovered from the Chicago River to- j day. The number and identity of the j other victims is still unknown but! they are thought to be Max Cohen, a young cigar dealer, and Miss Beatrice Shapiro, fiance. Washington, D.--C., Nov. being the 68th birthday of King Ed-' ward, President Taft. today sent him the following congratulatory tele- gram. "I warmly congratulate vour j majesty on your happy completion 'ofj another, year 'and wish' for you1 all; health and- happiness in long years to i I Everyone Thought She Was Going Into Consumption. Gained Ten Pounds in Two by the of Burdock Blood Bitters. Mrs. Fred. Biggs, Kingston, Ont., was completely run down my blood was out of order, and I used to get so weaki would be compelled to stay m bed for weeks at at-time. I could riot eat, was pale and thia; every thought I was going into consumption I tried everything and different until a friend advised me to use BurlSeck Blood Bitters. I did not have one bottle used wherumy appetite began to improve. 1 used six bottles. I gained ten in two weeks. I began to take it I only weighed ninety-three pounds. It just seemed to pull me from the grave as J never expected'to be strong again. I will.tell sufferer of your wonderful medicine." The blood reaches every portion of body to distribute nutriment and effete matter and waste products. Clearly then, any influence, good or bad, affecting the blood, must necessarily affect the en- tire system for good or evil as the case may be. Get pure blood and keep it pure by removing every trace of impure morbid matter from the system by using Burdock Blood Bitters., It exerts-a curative in- fluence unapproached by any other remedy. For .sale by all dealers. Manufactured only by The T. Ivlilburn Co., Limited Toronto, Ont. New .York, NOV. that graft in a 'new form are rife in the ranks of New York city bicycle po- licemen were made the basis of whole sale transfers and -dismissals of tit- cycle' and motor cycle officers.. Com- missioner Baker called attention-to the fact that -during October twenty- two persons were killed and more than 100 injured by automobiles in New York city. He said that speed- ing had become such a menace be- cause policemen had been working with chauffeurs and winking at the law violations in return for the free use of automobiles and other induce- ments. 3011 CHARMING FOR A YOUNG GIRL PARIS PATTERN NO. 3011. All Seams Allowed. Blue pongee has been used for the development of this stylish frock. The long waisted body portion is cut slightly fpointed on its lower edge, and to this is gathered the full skirt portion which is finished with a sim- ple hem. The tops of the sleeves are made in cap effect, the full puff fin- ished with a wristband of em'brdid- ery, similar embroidery being: used fdr the removable chemisette.. Tihe .pattern is in 4 to 17 years, For a miss of ,15 years the dress re- quires 8 yards of material 20 inches wide, 7 1-4 yards 24 inches wide, 6 1-4 yards 27 inches wide, 4 7-8 yards 36 inches wide, or 4 yards 42 inches wide; as illustrated, 3-4 yard of braided net 20 inches wide for the chemisette and cuffs. Price of pattern, 10 cents. 3110 LADIES' FIVE-GORED SKIRT _ PATTERN NO. 3110 All Stains Allowed The