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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 18, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta [Saturday. November THE LETHBRIDGE DAILV JTEKALD Page .11.' fo standard of 0009. ABOUT METHODISTS Toronto, Out., Nov. tion was thrown into the MethotlisL aiiUsioii wunj) for 11 lime yesterday ihe cablegram was received .Mating that two .missionaries hud liccn KtHhbed lo death in China. A number of telegrams were sent from parts of Oaimdu to tlie niiBeiouary headciuartens in the Wesleyaii Build- fug. Richmond St., acltlng for pnrtlc llov. T. FSgerton Shore, secretary ol Ihe foreign iniHRioniu-y department, of the MothodiSL Church. M-Ircil to Crtna Inland Mission. Sluing Hal, China, fo; information this morning; He ceived (lie following cable: "Report evidently u mistake. No Information hvis been received ONE DOSE MAKES INDIGESTION GO An all-star performance Who Sing: and Play for the Victor are the beat, in the world. The 'greatest singers, Jendlns inatruraeutiU- ists, ahdjuiany vaudeville fa- make records ex- cluaively for the Victor. Think of the pleasure of owning one of the inntru- menta, and. enjoying the music of these famous artists at its van' best. You can buy a Gramophone 'for 'as'. little Victor Machines, Up to 1250. Easy Terms if desired. HEARTBURN, GAS, SOURNESS AND OTHER STOMACH MISERY VANISH [f your meals don't Tit comfortably, 'or you feel bloated affer eating, and you believe it. is the food which fills you; if what little you eat lien like lump oi lead on your stomach; if there Is difficulty in .breathing .after eating, eructations of sour, undigested food and acid, heartburn, bruub or a belch- ing of you can. make up your mind that you need aonretlting to stop food fermentation and cure ludigei- -tion. To mnke every of food you cat aid in the nourishment and strength of your body, you imiBt rid your Stom- ach of poisons, excessive acid gas, which sours' yoiir euti with digestion an causes-BO many of Oyspe fiia. Sick Headache, Biliousness, Co atipation. Griping, etc. Your case 10 are a stomach su ferer, though you may call it by sbm other uame; your real :and .on" trouble is that ...which you eat does ni digest, but quickly ferments' ah sours, producing almost 'any 'healthy' condition. A case of Pupa's Dlapepvln will fifty cents at any Pharmacy here, an will convince any stomach suffere five minutes after, taking -a sing dose that Fermentation :and Sou Stomach iB-caitsing the misery of Ii digestion. No matter If yoii'call your trpubl Catarrh of the Neryoushej or by any'other nam> always" remember that a certain cur Is waiting at'any d nig store the' n: ment; you decide to begin its use. Papo's Diapepsiu will regulate an out-of-ordor Stomach'within'five min utes, and digest promptly, without an fuE-3 or discomfort, all-of any kind.o food you eat. DITCD Off PHm 1144. Silver Spoons knivM, forki and riftcee, In many exquis- ite arc slimpwl Are You Going To Skate This Winter? ARE YOU THINKING OF BUYING FOB XMAS GIFTS! If so, listen. We are selling the "Starr Skate" and have a few Automobile and there is nothing- better made ttiaiiu1 Skates. As to jn-ices, here theyliire: Acihe C5c -Acme-N. P.. !Mk- Boys' Hockey i Mic-Mac Velox jteavcr Glacier Tube.......... Automobile "C" Automobile "A" Cycle Cycle 10 20......... v What SOCIETIES The .Art Neodle Work .Club wi meet with Mrs D A Smith b2t etrwt on Monday't-tternoon -it Tliil brand known aa Wears' gra laction is'guaranleed. Salt by for Supper? Add dash of GENUINE WORCESTERSHIRE SAUCE Imported Absolutely il ts giyat charm Is that avoids the Ufly linie ao frequently nm'iceablo lu the ordinary tight Lady Dorothy Xevill, th-e wit and one-time, fashionable beauty, "than whom no butter guide could be desir- and who has been one of tfco most jopular hostesses of her day, hns eelf worn a-crinoline. When Inform- ed that they might be fashionably again in Louden, she said: Surely not. I thought we done with those thingo foreve: remem.ber fhe days when I (o wear a- she 'continued, uniling'at tlie "It wan such i big o'ne, and I found it very trouble-, ome. -It Lady- Dor- 3thy sttetched out her hundr; to their ullest so many feet H was very difficult for one to gut upstarls, sill! harder to got Into n rnrrlnKe. t was glad when the fash. Ion went out, but now, you say, It may >oe revived again, Now our sltirta arc Htralght dpwn and Wliy should they be made '.bigger and uncbinfcirlabl'a? It: is bedell, Uhat skirts should, "be skiinpy, as1 T have seen them, than that tliey should 'be filled- out with a hoop. No, 1 'dp' not approve of crinolines' at the present day. J, renyamlier how' troublesome wero when 1 wore.them..and to many women tliey would ho ridicu- lolio." There arc tiuili' a number of .soci- ety women who arc clever, with-lheir pcii. Till1' Duchrss of. Sutherland pro- ducer u piny, ami Co'miU'ss von Hiii'lenburg, :i niece of Lord Kin- linull, besides lirr monograph Diane de Poitiers, has written some clmnmni; verses Mrs. George West editc'l K gorgeous quarterly Lady Trowbtidge, sister of l.ady Uudley, has written stories and articles t tiie newspapers Lady Helen Forbes, sister of Lord Craven, who began to wri'e as a little child, has given e clever novels to the world, and so. has Lady Croinarlie, who, a typl- I .Scotswoman, in Interested in the eerie and occult l.ady Jersey pub- ishi-fi some erudite articles on her Indian, .Japanese, and Kow Ctiledon- joiirncyings Lady Ilurghclerc, y Dorothy Nevili, Lady; Greville, j- St. Helier, are all facile, writ- rs so, too, Lady Warwick fjWhose Life of Joseph Arch" created n good deal of Hie Duchess of Buck- nai] ingliain and Lady Aberdeen have written ten (graphic accounts -of their foreign and Laily Charles Hereford understands rnliiiio, and what is how to write upon il. Laily Galway brought out a dear little book on the aft of conserving Mrs. Arthur Henniker and Miss LowUier and 'her sister, COWAN'S PERFECTION COCOA "Great fur Breakfast" A day lUrted on Cowtn't Cocoa is a day with a clear head and a (tcMlr a day full of snap and lift. Cocoa nourishes the body. It is rich1 in food value and easy to digttt. DO YOU USE OOWAN-8 OOOOA? Toiipee Lowther, have a prett-V taste for letters, as they have, shown on several occasions Mrs. Howard Kingscofe, a daughter of Sir Henry; Dnitnniond Wolff, writes under tlie name of "Lucas Susan Lady Malmesburv suggestively on Tariil Reform ami South African, questions and the Dowager Lady Duf- quite a fascinating work, "pur .Vice-Regal Life dia." HUDSON'S BAY Of General Interest was- grantee n' the state '6f Washington ihe 'con- seeiion .involved the dutj of jun ser A prominent Tacpma .lawyer IRS ref.wntly announced his intention if having aa many women Juron In general they are said'to Imv-a eon a success. Their acceptance of subpoena ie optional but; enough of iiem are serving to afford good rounds for general impressions. The juror has been commended fpr leting out even-ha mi-ad justice and or being consistently anxious to pun- h the guilty. She has co-operated' i'th the court to hush down the vio- wee of opposing attornays and has rav'ely faced repellent testimony The London Standard publiwhes the Mowing interview, In whic'h the fn ous Sarah Jierhhardt gives hei CWB on Woman '.suffrage: "That woman ebouhl the 'aaid justice.- All the political ophies thai man has invented have produced no sensible arg.it fi.gaiiiBt woman's claim to say imt shall tlie'nature we to which she ilutll conform: So as she is expected to be the cus todlnm of the children, and women must, in reason be accorded the right lo iuar them up to good citixenship, she should bs? given the rig'lit-to nir tfclnatc in choosing the law-nukors who will asiuro hor the to -tdu cnte according to her own natural and eiifvenic instiucU, with a view to tha production of the highest type. Thai question is one for tho women long before becomes oiva for tlie Of courtu, man falls hack on intelligence an beiiip n monopoly of his sex. There Is, for example, n fashionable belief prevalent among the opponents of wo- man' suffrttga th-o formula "Intelligence In woman is out a reflection of the intelligence of man. The simple logic of this pro- poHition muflt be thnt if limn did not oxlit, Woman would poioeiiH no In- whatsoever. Seriously, however, so long you allow wo-1 man io he the help and counsellor of; family, allow her. ittally tlie important r'ole in society, and do not sue how she can ba refused the in an> caae she is go ing to.gttt. v polref, the great French hu invented a n-ew gown, nothing than 1he ftieat mogul The ___f IB that of a moditied crmoliro not the exaggerated skii t of the s biit R far niore'sensible one.-- A Lon- don dreaamakei I don t behave n the great dress a all aul iascrts'boldly: "It will never be worn in'society in However, the oririolinw actually' been seen in 3ond street, London, and is said to bQ graceful 'The heanty of the reformed crin- nline which has nios't. Inappropriately been famed tfc'a 'great ifi. Mme. Taylor said, "that it preserves all the charms of the present tight kirt mode, and gives a much more line from the hips to [he eet.-' The "wearer is alao allowed ar more freedom to nwe is the tottom ot the skirt has a two-yard ircii'inferenc'3' instfead of the 1'4 yards some of the extreme hobble of n he ic UAl cnnoHne is fi ted into 'ihe bottom of-the skirt.---The stiffehing is a secret process, which J do not care to reveal at present, and Now is The i lime To Cet Heal Birgains in Hair While It Lilt! Jla switches lit......SIO.OO .J1.0 switches awitclio-s at ..'J5.00 .J5.00 switches at Alio puffs, hnir nets, and pine at reduced rates The Hair Dressers for Cortet Aeadla Block. 3rd Ave. South. The World's Greatest Traders Over Reputation Long Winter Coats Make a Brilliant Dis- play at The BAY MISSES' WARM PONY COATS Made from Fine Curly Black Caracul Cat, very warm lined and padded throughout, for Children of 7 to 14 years High-Class and Exclu- sive is the Coronation A coat of unusual distinction. Fashioned, in, broadcloth of Coronation Bine, it is certainly a very simirt model.. The collar nud cuffs of heavy, black satin, mid the buttons of corded silk, Lined, thi'oushoiit with black satin. Cut on grace- ful Hues, perfectly tailored, this coat is of the highest COC flfl the price only is Warm, Roomy and Comfortable, the Elite has ;i clmrm all own. Made of smart grey, reversible ulstering, showing a heat plaid on the reverse side. If. Jg right up to date, large square, collar and .Cliffs of- ihe same plaid, also This model represents New York's meat ppjnihir.style and for a smart, serviceable coat it claims your careful consideration. ;.The price is extremelj coasidering the quality of materials nsed, the perfect cut and finish W Our new stock comprises many very smart models from to FURS THAT FASCINATE The "Bay's" Strong Point The Hudson's Bay Company and their furs arc of world wide extending reputation of w.hioh we are justly proud. Our well known facilities for supplying furs of the most raro .and beautiful kinds, places us In a position beyond competition. In our Now Stock arc displayed many perfect specimens, beautifully, blended and made .mfq muffy, stblos, crossovers, etc., in a diversity of styles, al prices which) when compared, fairly astonish you, HUDSON SEAL COATS For Long Coals this season.one of the most popular: furs is the Hudao.n A lushoiiBj fur of usual'beauty and depth of color, if. certainly deserves its. popularity, and coming as !t doe.3 ut, l ;