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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 14, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta TUESDAY, NOV1SMKKK M, isnc__ LETHBRIDGE DAILY HKRALD PACK FIVE Then listen I Cold attncks the and the br.'athing paM- agca. To cure it you need lo eel at direct. Ordiu.iry coueh mijituio nnd syrups do loiieli [he lungs, bul o direct to your stomach, which is not .iliufj. Peps, "J.i the contiary. go direr o Ilic rcry Beat of the trouble. Peps nre tablets containing essence md medicinal ingredients so prcpiim, lint whi-n placed upon the tongue tnintHliall'ly turn intu vapor, and a.-, ireathcd down the inflamed air passage lo tlie lungs, direct. 1'cps medicine takes the form of hcahnt vapor, and tines colds, t tpiicl.jli. and lung tniubics, just as living in woods and breathing Pinc-ladul air pre consumption and cures th'-st less. Tightness acrosslacchcst, pain bt. ween the shoulders, hacking son tlu-oat, asthma and bronchitis are tin .lilnuuti which, in particular, Peps ban been designed lo cure. Peps will sou, end your bail cold. Testimonials for Peps hive been given by members of the. Canadian Parliament, doctors, lawyers, eminent C a n a d i a i musicians; all going io prove that Peps have found a cure for throat ano chtst trouble, often when otl.Li remedies had entirely failed. FREE TRIAL-CLt owl ind mill it, will] leitiinp (fur Messrs Twralie and Buchanan com- mittee1! were formed for Midway ami Burdock school districts. com- mittees arc: Hamilton, chaii- man. Mrs. Goo. Kingslmry. Mrs An- drew McAllister. Mrs. Hamilton. HnKh Brown, William Patterson. Gco. Kings.; and Mrs. Glen Ficht.l Mr. and'Mrs. A. C. Little. Mr. and Mrs W. Bailey. Mr. and Mrs. K. t 01-, 'veil' Mr and -Mrs. L. E- Whipple. Mr. I and Mrs. A. K. Andcrberg. Mr and Mrs. Burton, A. J. Paul, VYm. Maple-, toft and Miss Hainm. I H n the intention to canvass tlie districts thoroughly and secure ntributions 'from each ratepayer. Bow City sciiool district with only scv- 1'ini'hiir Creek. Nov. old! man who runs the weather has denlly done worse than left the boys i i-j look after Hie Job this time. For the nnsl three weeks they've handed: out tin1 grenU'st string of wind that ever iile'.v across a prairie. Finally j on Friday they grew tired of that, s life and if not overcome il produces ,i fKvc-rishnpss and itching of the ____ scahr Ihc hair roots famish, loosen Tho di-ith of the oldest nil .-atelier I nn'd'd'ie; then tiie hair falls out fast. UNIFORMED RAT CATCHER Profession Once Prominent and. Hon- orable in England the m ass con le Mnnv boroughs al one uan.ieimi; nt the rat catcher, counter; apply a little as directed anil nnd it the of tile profBs.sio.i ten minutes after you will say this and at "ie j investment von ever made. honorable as a newspaper of j the district before ClOn5Sunday night the Oddfellows- Mall at Lomor.d was crowded on the occasion of the meeting there. Rev. F II and Jos. Jlr- Nauthton, .M.P.P., in whose constitu- ency" Lomond is located were In charge of the meeting. A splendid choir ren- Blatrmore, Nov. 13.-un 'i natrjotjc selections and Mrs. It. last the Blairmore social club held its: L s most acceptably. initial meeting at tho Odd Twecdie and Buchanan made hall aad the number of people extended speeches that were well re- illE was very gratifying to the or- lye, tlie big crowd. Lomond ex- ganizers of the club. The first meet- ,lold its ,.emltation as an ing took the form of a musicale and vocal and instrumental numbers were this royal functionary had form befitting his office, scarlet em- broidered in yellow with straying wheat sheaves. yon ever made. sincerely helle've. regardless of everything else advertised, that if you desire soft, lustrous, beautiful hair and lots of itchins scalp and no more falling must use Knowlton's Danderine. If not rendered in a very creditable manner by members of the club from Frank, Dy memutsis ui me ,.u... Missoula, Mont., Nov. am Uellevue ami Blairmore. The concert going to Washington to represent the wag hy a buffet supper and women and children of the lessinl, contest. iwork for an eight-hour day for The wnl mcct every second I men, and for laws providing that wo- Thllrsday ani; each evening is to be men shall be paid the same wages as to ;l separate branch ot is an town by contributin handsomely to the fund. For Die coming three vftW branch ot very interesting prepared to ex-! 'ALL DOLLED UP' Heinic and Louie Comedy i men snail ue paid the same wag- men for equal amounts of work. Miss Jeanette Rankin, newly elect- led Remblican con- gresswomac-Irom Montana, was sew- ___ _ ____..... ing as she said this today. Even after were in attendance, entering politics she refused to for-, Qn rrlday the nth, the pi sake the old household arts, cooking' o[ the concert met at the Frank Sall- and needlework. Miss Rankin failed atarhim gave a concert to the to become excited when returns show-, This was largely ed she was running ahead of the lo the efforts of Mr. Shaw, the publican ticket in Montana, and later mine inspector, who took an devoted to a separate science or art. A program has been con- the winter. In spite the heavy snow more than sixty performers that she was elected. active part in the entertainment by "I'm glad of this was her, t vely good songs followed by en- jomment, when cheering friends cores "broke the news." ThB soldiers, of whom there are For te comg Sundays, Messrs. Tweedie and nuchanan will speak at the following points tor the, Patriotic Fund: Sutulay, Nov. ID-Welling, moniing; j Stirling afternoon: Raymond, nisiit.; Sunday, Nov. and sur-i rounding communities. I Sunday, Dec. ami Milkj River._______________j ICELAND PROSPERS Before the war Iceland was Olio of the Poorest of countries, but during the last two years its exports to tug- Liruiialli. in -_ that the bankers of Reykjavik are at their wits' ends to know what to do "W Pathe Presents the Charming Dramatic Actress RUTH ROLAND Star of "A Matrimonial Martyr" in 'Comrade John' Miss Roland is Supported by i WILLIAM ELLIOTT and an Excellent Company Pathe Picturei are Perfect. UT Course, sum JUBJ n......... v.. at ttlO lllslltntiu" iiu" day, "I know I'll be the first woman enjoy M the numbers very much, member of congress, but I won't be, snowod their appreciation by a member of congress, but I won't be their appreciation by a the last, and I believe I'll be received at the end of the per- dedicated formally next Sunday. Mai- found that no matter how strenuous- or the Rev. Dr. Kerby. from Calgary, ly our opponents fought us, they were will be here to make the address. On always ready to hear our side. In addition to her eight-hour day following day there will be In addition to ner eisiu-uuu. ...j supper given by the ladies of the and equal wage laws, Miss Rankin in-1 Jfter ,vilici, Dr. Kerby will tends to fight for woman suffrage fc PRICES: Night: M.OO, 50o 75c, 50c Mall Orderi for accim- panitd by money order will be flllid now by Theatre Manage- ment. Remiininti Seati on Sale at Hedley'i, Thurfc, Nov 18. CMPRESC Ll TONIGHT ij FIRST RUN YOUR LAST CHANCE TO SEE THIS GREAT Chaplin Special Behind The SCREEN The newest and best of all the Chaplin pictures ever manufact- ured. There was never one like this. A positive scream from start to finish. METRO SPECIAL "The Wall Between" WITH BUSHMAN AND BAYNE (From Oir Own i Macleod, Nov. 11.-AI the Liberal Convention held at Macleod on Satur- day the 11 til of November, 1016, a new feature was introduced when Airs M A Kennefick was nominated itrom me uimimui. Kev.. Jir. IUU..B I far the constituency dLt S iSSf J --imo a the child labor laws, mothers' pen- ices ot uie people all the time; I an old timei m ui. twcntv- j iions and universal education. what ho ,s fond to call a having resmei, ,IB.B As a fighter. Miss Rankin's friends His ideajs well JM her' li AUCTION SALE of SHEEP un TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 21st AT ONE O'CLOCK SHARP at the Lethbridge Feed Barn HIGH GRADE MERINO EWES IN LOTS TO SUIT PUR- C HAS EH. n HEAD OF COWS AND STOCK CATTLE. TERMS CASH, J. A. AUCTIONEER ty wilderness, and Ins four daughters h Mrs Kenneflck did endured all the hardships of atj ,.lnlt hl the buildings1 convenlion h at Mr 1 Ic Rankin showed the Montana; Metals company not al low er name to Republican organization some of her the present fighting qualities in the last few ilajs waather keeps up. of the campaign. Opposed by the nre ,vorldng steady and O. P. leaders in many towns, she ness to for tion hi t for not only in the couven- the constituency. Mrs. iiiiuuo is a strong believer in u. i-. tlme and in SD'te IatCTesS, i-t.hts and in the prohibition went ahead with the Montana Good season, there is no Government League backing, kept her went ahead with the Montana there ls no wo-eH Government League backing, kept her b }rom the (lelds Rlld the measure-nhich was >o.ea on own Republican banner waving, and f mell is Btm very felt in.which she took.a Me i Ae rtr isrrp iei in ino. luuii. ___ cimwii bv the presence ot me let in Montana. n ao, ganized a telephone roundup. On elec- tion day her friends called every tele- phone number in the state, and asked whoever answered if a voto had been cast for Miss Rankin yet. Little Two-Step I Washington, Nov. "Jeanette's the best stump speaker in Montana: can dance like a boarding-school girl, and believe me, she'll lead the men's ection of a m.rr, little two- DEAD ONLY BY RED TAPE Among the men who have to. prove that "they are they" and alive, we may greet Sergt. Bennett, who scen'S to be getting his fun out of a lilc or of til town in the coming election was shown by the presence of fi lady delegates. For Red Cross pantry sale ot home cooking held Red Cross Depot by the ladies o oe 6oni..s "'.of the Methodist church proved to be adventure seasoned by in Man I'ci-tn a financial success, the sum ot by tho casual bit of is Hardy Stubb's, a pro- 1 his W- tape, reports the London Ctiromclo. Bennett was officially 'ant 'yon can Hardly he deader than than a financial success, uiu being realized the full amount of which was turned over to the Red Cross Department of the I.O.D.B, nappy overthe Already this season 46 cars of applea out his name have been shipped from Creston, B. C. i regimental roll of honor. ORPHEUM Tomorrow IfJ, Drlr.I 10C.16C J RED FEATHER PHOTOPLAYS PRESENTS "The Beckoning Trail" With J. WARREN KERRIOAN. A Five Act Drama of the Allure of Broadway ,hd an Antedate in Shape of. a Mountain Girl'8 Eyes. Also RID ROSE tea" OPEN NOSTRILS! END A COLD OR CATARRH HOT To Get Relief When Head and Nose are Stuffed Up. w v Count'fifty: Your cold in. head or disappears. Your clogged nos- trils will open, the air passages of your head will clear and breathe freely. No more hawkinn mucous discharge, drjncts o, headache" no straggling for breath small bottle of Ely's Cream R-ilin from your druggist and apply a U of is fragrant antiseptic cream your nostrils. It penetrates through every air passage of the head, soothing and healing the swollen or inflamed mucous membrane, giving you instant relief Head colds and catarrh yield like magic. Don't stay stuffed up and miserable, Itellcf is I Western Canada ftpcy, Ltd. LETHBRIDGE WHOLESALE HARDWARE ALBERTA TELEPHONE DIRECTORY 1180 GENERAL'OFFICE: Goo. li. llackay. Managing Director. Mathews. Accountant. 712 SALES DEPARTMENT; B. B. Hoyl, Sales Manager and Uuyer. H. Bartle. OHer and Price Clerk. 1170 SHIPPING DEPARTMENT: PLEASE CUT OUT and place in a Gon- venient place for reference ;