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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 15, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 15, 1910 THE LBTHBRIDOH DAILY ADVANCE IN THE PRICE OF MILK From November 16th and until further notice the following prices will take effect in the price of milk and cream MILK, 8 quart Tickets for CREAM, 7 half-pint Tickets for 1 .OO Or 15 cents per half pint WHIPPING CREAM, per half-pint 2Oc tickets will not be accepted for cream Bottles The price of glass has advanced so that the bottle is worth as mtich as the contents. Kindly return all bottles promptly. Bottles not return- ed have be paid for by some one, and yon are only increasing the price of your milk by storms- bottles in your cellar. You will be asked to pay for bottles not returned. You will greatly assist the milkman by leaving tickets or money out for the quantity of milk you require. If nothing' is left out he will understand you require nothing. Credit is extended by the driver only anB ;at his risk and yon will greatly oblige by not asking for anjj. Always see that the bottle is dry before putting money or tickets in, as it is very inconvenient to get them out when frozen in the bottle; The advance in the price of milk is due to the high cost of supplies, milk and blame us. Thanking yon for past favors and hoping to be favored with your continued patronage. We are, yours for Quality and Service. COX DAIRY Phone 1065 CRYSTAL DAIRY Ltd. 1576 EDGEHILL DAIRY 1524 PAGE SEVEN The Elizabethan Room of the Chinook Club Is conceded to be one of the most beautiful Club rooms in the Avest Its cathedral glass windows, oaken beams and panellings_ create an atmosphere of refinement and restful enjoyment soothing in its in- fluence. A Two Hour Dansant, From 4 Till 6 Each Saturday Proves a pleasant relaxation after a week of strenuous Good Orchestra in Attendance. Invitations issued through, The Secretary, Admission 50c Chinook Coroner Humphrleti has docidud af- tor viewing till) remains ut David Low. la, the Coalhurst miner wlio expired suddenly on coming out of the "line a couple of days ago, Unit no imniost Is necessary. Deceased had juat come out of the shaft anil dropped doail at the pit mouth. Death was due to heart failure. He hail been complain- ing ot feeling unwell for some days previous. Deceased was single ami had no relatives here. Dyspepsia Spoils Beauty A Good Sharp Appetite and Perfect Dilution are the Surest Ways to Attain and Keep the Beauty of Health. Try Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets FREE Nothing will spoil tho complexion dim the eyes, and cave In the cheeks quicker than digestive troubles. PHONE 1224 My Beauty Secret? Just Use Stuart's Dytpepsla Tablet! for Good Digestion; Let Nature Do the Rest." The poisonous by-products of bowel fermentation are absorbed into the blood and simply ruin the good looks of the victim. A bad complexion, Hag- gard appearance and emaciation are the specific results. By taking Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets the digestion is made normal and the menace to good looks and good health removed. Get a. 50c package of Stuart's Dys- pepsia. Tablets.at.any drug store, or send coupon for a free trial. Free Trial Coupon F. A. Stuart Co., 236 Stuart Bldg., Man'hall, Mich. Send me at once by return mail, a free trial pack- age of Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets. Street City HBML GAS i THE MOMENT "RAPE'S DIAPEP- S1N" REACHES THE STOMACH ALL DISTRESS GOES. Really does" put bad stomach in does" overcome indi- gestion, dyspepsia, gas, heartburn and sourness in five Pape's Diapepsin the argeat selling stomach regulator m he world. If what you eat ferments into stubborn lumps, you belch gai jmd eructate sour, undigested food and icid; tongue coated; your insides fill- ed with bile and indigestible waste re- member the moment "Pape's Diapep- sin" comes In contact with the stom- ach all such distress vanishes. It's :ruly marvelous, and the Joy is its harmlessness. A large fifty-cent case of Pape's Dia- pepsin will give you a hundred dollars' worth of satisfaction or your druggist banas you your money back. It's worth its weight in gold to men and women who can't get their stom- ichs regulated. It buloiigs always be kopt. handy In case of a sick, sour, upset stomach during the day or night. It's thu quickest, surest and most harmless tomach regulator In the Mrs. Alo-x. Nivon is visiting -Mr. and Mrs. William N'ivcn In Calgary. Mr. ami Mrs. E. Downing have re- turned from a .short visit io Mrs. Archie Clark returned last week from England where ylie -spout several months. The Daughters of thn Empire will serve tea at tlie Chlnunk club on Fri- day afternoon from ii.HO to 0 o'clock. Mrs. H. M. Taylor has sufficiently recoveied from lior recent illness to return to her home from the. Gait lospital. Mr. and -Mrs. R. Davidson and son ..pent the week-end in Calgary, sayins farewell to Mrs. Davidson's brother, Dr. Preston, who Is overseas vltb, the army medical corps. Mrs. P. Hammond has rfitm'lied from a short trip to Winnipeg. Mr. Mam- inond accompanied her home am! ipcnt the week-end in the city, leaving on Monday for Calgary. I Mrs. II. Dinning, with her children, Margaret and Jack, left today for her home in Melville, Sash., after spcnd- ing several weeks with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. Bentley. The president of the Daughters and Maids of England has received a let- ter from Gunner R. Stevens. 39th bat- tery, thanking the order for the !o- bacco and other comforts sent, saying how much tile boys appreciated them. The Ladies' Aid of tlio White school district are having the first a series of winter socials at tlie home of Mr. and Mrs. John Taylor on Friday .even- ing, Nov. 17th. All are looking for- ward to a good time. Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Felger will give several numbers on the program. The regular meeting ot the Willard W. O. T. U. tomorrow night has been postponed owing to the special ser- vices in Westminster church. The children who are going to take part in the medal contest are asked to meet tomorrow at 4.30 at the home of Mrs. Washbrook to select their pieces. The Daughters of the Empire would be very grateful if the people who have completed pairs of socks will turn them in to Mrs. Robinson's 423-Sth street before the end of the week. There has been a quantity of wool given out and tlie socks are greatly needed. Miss Beatrice Nasmyth, of the Al- berta government office in London England, Is in the city today collect- ing information about the city and district for use in London. She went south to Cardstou this afternoon. Hiss Nasmyth was formerly connected with the Vancouver press. Her home is in Woodstock, but, and she is a gradu- ate of Alma College, St. Thomas. The regular monthly meeting of the Alexander Qalt Chapter, I.O.D.EI will he held tomorrow at S p.m. sharp in) the Y.M.C.A. As tne ovening meet- ings are held to accommodate mem- bers who are un.able to attend in the afternoon, it'is hoped that there will be :t large number'of members pres- ent. The monthly meeting of the "W. M. S. of Knox church was held Tuesday evening in .the school room. An in- teresting part of' the program, which was in the hands of Mrs. John Craig, and Miss was a Bible read- ing by Mrs. S. S. Dunham, and the reading of two 'splendid papers on "Trinidad" by Miss Shafman, and Miss Jean McKenzie. Announcement Commencing Thursday, Nov. 16 Hemstitching and Picot Edge Work MISS KEKFK will he sit our store and will prepared to l.ikc care of all orders liciuslitcliinji1 and pieot edge work with a special Sino-e.r hemstitching machine. All orders will be promptly finished. Dainty waisls. liandkerrliiel's. sheets, pillow eases, ctirlnins and iniiuy oilier goods ran. be neatly hemstitched at small rosi. UOK IT II CHILD'S FEVERISH IND SICK Nft ChuncMl Movt Polwni From Llvtr Bowili at Once. Mothers can rest easy after giving "California'Syrup of because in a few hours all the clogged up waste, sour bile and fermenting food gently moves out of the bowels, and you have a well, playful child again. Children simply will not take time from play to empty their bowels, and they be- come tightly packed, liver gets slug- gish arid stomach disordered. "When cross, feverish, restless, see if tongue is coated, then give this delicious "fruit laxative." Children love It, and it can not cause injury. No difference what alls your little If full of cold, or a sore throat, diar- rhoea, stomach ache, bad breath, re- member, a gentle "inside cleansing" ihould always be the first treatment given. Full directions for babies, children of all ages and grown-ups nre printed on each bottlo. Beware of counterfeit fig-syrups. Ask your druggist for a 60-cent bottle of "California Syrup of then look carefully and that It, is made by the "California Fig Syrup We make no smaller size. Hand back with contempt other fig Advertisement. Lieut. Philip Bronkshank, a former resident of Lethbridgo, who also at one time owned a fruit ranch at Nelson, lias been, awarded the military cross [or gallant conduct at the front, ac- cording to advices received by friends here. He with .the sergeant-major and six men put several guns out of ac- tion, captured a field gun, and many important military papers. The Sergt.- llajor has also hSBn awarded the mili- tary cross anil the six men military medals. Lieut. Brooksbank was an of- ficer in the regiment comanded by Earl Faversham who was killed in action. s HARD CHRONIC COUGH Made Well By Delicious Vinol Crestline, "I contracted a hard, chronic cough, anil was weak, nervous 'and run down. I have a smal' family of three, and it was hard tor me to do my work. 1 took different medicines without benefit. -Finally i heard about Vinol, and it has restored me to health and strength, my cough Is all gone and 1 feel Mrs. H. H. Carlisle. We guarantee Vinol. which contain." beef and cod liver peptones. Iron anil manganese ijeptonates and glycero- phosphates, for chronic coughs and colds, annd for all weak, nervous, run- down J. D. Higinbotlmm Co., Ltd., Druggists. Also at the best druggists in all Alberta towns- Advertisement. _ in Biscuit CURES SKIN AFFECTIONS One package proves It. Sold and guaranteed by above Vinol druggUt. SomMor Biscuit Here is the old familiar Soda Biscuit transformed into something new, different, and so much better that once you have tried it you will never again be satisfied with the ordinary. Baked to a turn (never packed in triple-sealed Biscuit comes to your table clean, fresh, crisp and delicious in its melting goodness. Some More Dainty Treats: ROYAL ARROWROOT BISCUIT Made with real Arrowroot. Splendid for the children. Enjoyed by everyone. GRAHAM WAFERS Golden-brown-flakyT-meltingin mouth. Particularly nutritious. VANILLA WAFERS Tasty for a lunch or munch at any hour. COCOANUT WAFERS Tempting for afternoon tea or with light reitohmento. In Packages Everywhere North-West Biscuit Company, Limited EDMONTON ALTA. Spokane, Nov. Spokane In- ternational railway has been sold to the Canadian Pacific Hallway comp- any and the Minneapolis, St. Paul and Sault Ste. Marie railroad. D. C. Gorbln, president and builder of the Spokane International, upon his return from New York today, announced that ne- gotiations pending between himself and his associates and Baron Shaugh: nessy, president of the Canadian Pa; cifli, had been completed. The prlci was not made public. Mr. Corbln will continue as presi- dent ot the Spokane International, being relieved from some of his duties. The Spokane International from Spokane to Bast Port, Idaho, on the Canadian border; a distance of 141 miles. The sale Includes the Coeur d'Alene and Pend prlelle branchei, the two having 22 milea ;