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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 24, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 21, 1915 rME LETHBKIbGE HERALD PAGE FIVE Blue Ribbon Coffee, and Baking Powder Always ask for Blue Ribbon Coffee and Baking Powder. Like all Blue Ribbon pure food pro- ducts they are of the highest quality and are sold guaranteed to give every satisfaction or if otherwise the purchase price will be refunded. EAT BIG MEALS! i DIAPEPSIN" IS QUICK- EST, SUREST STOMACH RE- LIEF IT! Old Trouble Over Irriga- tion in North Aired at Bassano (CONTINUED .YHOM FKONTPAGE) Timo-it! Pape's Diapepsin-will rii-! gest anything you eat and overcome a sour, gassy or outof-ortler stomach surely within live minutes. IE your meals -don't lit comfortably, or what you eat lies like a lump of, tner bought lead In' your stomach, or if you have heartburn, that is a sign of-indiges- tion. Get from your pharmacist a fifty- cent casu of Pape's Diapepsin and take a dose just us -soon as you can. There' will be no sour risings, no his crop killed and muclt of his land rendered useless through alkali. Ho had, .parIs oC his. farm he could irri- gate and, parts he could not, lyit.yet he "was taxed water rates on the whole tiling.' This he did not consid- J, S. Dennis ventured the opinion that 95 per cent .of the men on the western project were satisfied. .Men, lie said, had inspected land before t, and now were-not-sat- isfied. The.question had gone to ar- and these men were not N'ov. public ,'re- ception given in the town hall to Harry the first wounded hero to return to Macleod, was the most enthusiastic event that has been" wit- nessed in thin town, will lie long remu.'iihured. In recognition of the event this Boy Scouts, under the command of Scout .Master Wjiitwortii, formed a suai'd'of honoi at the entrance to the hall and on the appearance of the car bearing the wounded hero the "general aa- was given by the Seoul bug- lers. He was also heartily cheered by a crowd of the residents as be stepped from the car. As he the hall accompanied by his he was received by a tremendous out- burst of Hire ring from the packed au- dience present and words of welcome and congratulations were showered on him by- his many friends, present. When the cheering had subsided Mayor D. J. drier, on behalf of the town, welcome the returned soldier mm OF back to Macleod. The mayor then ad- dressed the meeting and during the course of-his remarks said "We ate here tonight lo receive our, young hero, who is the first to return to Macleod from the hattlefront. We are proud of him and there is nothing that we can do that will be too good for him. This young man has offered his life in the defence of our glorious Krnpire and he has come :bacb to us maimed for life. It is now up to the citizens of the town of Macleod to see that he, and all other returning heroes, secure the good positions they so justly deserve, I, for one, will use my host efforts that this young man and others who return, get positions to which they are suited. "There are in this town single young men who should be at .the front" fighting for their King and the Deceased Umpire. There are young im-n in this the Ottawa, Nov. Sir Sam Hughes, Minister of Militia, in refer- ring today to the complaints as to the manner jii which returning sol- diers had been handled, said "i'lie complaint has come from one or two unimportant people in Toronto. It is due to Hie fact that Toronto sol- diers are not taken out of their turn, xamiiied and sent forward, that these complaints are made. The men from farthest examined first and this is as it should be. Etery soldier on disembarking gets a suit of clothes and ticket tu his destina- tion. If there are rnough of them they are provided with u special car and a special train. Complaints, 1 observe, usually come from men who have not been on the firing line and who will yell tlisir clothing and then KO with to soft-hearted committee's i and abuse authorities on both ..sides j of the Atlantic. Everything possible I Suffered Tortures Until She Tried "Fruit-a-tives" ST. OE MATIU, Jan. 27th, 1914. "After suffering for a long lima with I IIHVO been made well by "Fruit-a-tives." I suffered so much Unit at last I would not dare to eat lor J was afraid of dying. Five years I received sumples of "Fruit-a-tives" and after taking them I felt relief. Then I sent for three boxes and I kept improving until I was well. 1 quickly regainodmy now 1 eat, sieep nnd digest a word, am 'ftillyrtcoversd, thanks to 'Fruit-a-tives.' MXE. CHARBONXEAU. 50e. a box, 6 for trial 25c. At dealers or sent postpaid on receipt of price by Fruit-a-tives Limited, Ottawa. is done for the comfort of these men and considering that everything is found for them at the front, they ought to1 have a few hundred saved up." hall tonight who should follow to by Thev court. Of i Fernie, C., Nov. first accident of the hunting season in this locality today and resulted in the. death oi Arthur Sanderson, who was accompanied by settled there, 590 of them had signed j mind jr t, ljk) agreement, and decided to go on belching or undigested food mixed; and make a success of irrigation. with acid, no stomach gas ov .heart- ljurn, fullness or heavy fwling in tho stomach', nausea, debilitating bead dean of agriculture, Edmonton, outlined the course of ag- ricultural education in schools. The evening session was crowded to or intestinal griping. This '.will' all go, and, besides, thero will be1'no sour food left over-in the j Goldie, addn s'omacii to po'.s.-n yonr breath with Miss G This '.will' all go, and, besides, thero j the doors to. hear- Miss Marjorfo iress on Goldie showed the nauscQils odors. Papa's Diapppsin >s a certain cure for out-nf-order .stomachs, because it of your fo.-d. and.digests value of: this sujeet, especially to daughters of farmers. S. S. Dunham, vice-president of the U.F.A., gave a valuable address on u.r.rt.., n. viuuiiui it Justithe same as if your stomach 'tne future of irrigation, wasn't; there. Relief in five minutes This morning was practically an al- stomach misery is waiting for you at any drug store.- These" large nTty-c'erit" "cases 'contain Diapepsin" to t lie entire family free from disorders and indlgestinn for in, mr-iu'.si.- It belongs in your from, all j fuifa the' speakers being S. Accidental Death Was the Verdict G, Porter, from. the irrigation branch, .department. of .the Interior; )Y. H. Falrfield, superintendent" Dominion Experimental, Farm at Lethbridge, and Don II. Hark, formerly in charge of U.S. .Irrigation Investigations in Idaho. The speakers all presented the fact that alfalfa was the: index to sue-1 William .lIcGrin'j. was in the wood; near some six miles west hero. They of ]1Cre -when they sighted a deer, am saying and U; js alleged, fired upon the ike it or amj immediately thereafter was Their place is to follow the example j spokeu to Sanderson, who wa: this young man lias set and go and fight like this young man has done." At the conclusion of his speech the mayor, on behalf of the town, pre- sented Watson with a gold piece with a suitable inscription as slight mark of the esteem in which he is held in the town. Supt. Starues. officer commanding the Royal North West Mounted Po- lice for the Macleod division, was then called upon to- deliver an ad- dress and said "I am proud 6i the opportunity to contribute my share in honoring this young hero. He comes back to us maimed for life, but he has shown an. example which oth- ers would do well to follow. He has done his share and his greatest re- ward will be tlie knowledge of "duty' done." He has gone through great hardships hut as he older, -the sweeter those hardships 'will be. to him. In speaking to hini tonight I short distance behind. McGrifT turned to reply" and hisirifle'accidenteHy dis- charged, the bullet entering Sander- son'in the-abdominal region andf pass- ed out ol the back injuring the spin- al column. Sanderson was hurriedly brought to this .city, but expired shortly after- being admitted to: the hospital. An inquest will be held Tuesday, meanwhile McGriff has been lodged in 'gaol. Are Believed to be Conferring on Peace Zurich, -via London, Nov. ports of a movement for peace were revived today conference here of land are requested to meet at Prince-Von Buelow, former German sharp tonight for business, so PHONE 1224 Receiving tomorrow: Miss Wotton at the Nurses' Home and afterwards on the third Thurs- day of the month. Miss Lilly is spending a iew days at her home in Warner. The ladies of St. Patrick's church will meefc tomorrow aft.rnoon at the Red Cross rooms Cor sewing. Major Hugh Brown, of the 13th Mounted Hides, has moved his family to Medicine Hat for the winter. SACRIFICE SALE OF MILLINER Y WILL COMMENCE SAT., NOV. 27th AT MISS JOHNSTON'S Trimmed and Uiitriimned Hats, also Trimmings will be sold vca'.inlles.s of cost. N. JOHNSTON 309 SIXTH STREET SOUTH. Private J. Shilton of the A. M. C. returned to Calgary yesterday after a short, visit with his wife In the city. Mr. George Rowe, of the Bank of Montreal, Cardston, is spending a few days in the city. Mrs. Alta., Harold Eakin, of Rockyford, is visiting her patents, Mr. and Mrs. Beaton, and her sister, Mrs, Har61d_Ritchie, for Edmonton Bulletin. a few weeks. The Dominion Rehekah lodge. No. 41, will meet Thursday evening at 8 o'clock in the Oddfellows' hall. Vis- iting Rebekabs arc to attend. cordially invited The Daughters and Maids of Eng- ?30 that tation, soil, as no other crop can, leaving the soil in better condition than whea it was planted. His four points were: Grow alfalfa; rotate the crops; keep livestock, janrt live on farm H I airfield- followed IE suits of growing alfalfa on the Ex- perimental Farm; 'sh'owing' profits can he accrued thereby, find sion as -the delegates ___ The. an ruito ride to the dam and Crawling.) the {ire at 4 o clock tnis Valley Macleod, Alta., Nov. verdict of accidental death was returned yes- terday "by the coroner's jury on the in- quiry .'into the .death of Peter. Ander- son Granum, who died on Saturday .last, following an accident while en- gaged in, threshing operations the Uclnity of that The- evidence given at the inquiry disclosed the fact that at the time of the accident de- ceased, was oiling the engine, and ap- parently while reaching.over his coat 'in the shaft; and at once en- tangled him in the -giachinery. His clothes became wound up as far as possible and then; gave way .unfortunate man was then thrown heavily to the ground! but not before lie had .received very serious injur- ies to his arms and head. Medical at- tendance was sent for at once, but the deceased died some twenty minutes after the accident. The inquiry, was conducted-by Gor oner Grady of Macleod. The deceased, who was only nine- teen years of age was neii known m Gianum and the greatest ajmpathy subject made io cleii and understand is felt for relations_____________i AU Coombh not ouij under stands the voice, .jtyut' his anatomical ____________________ lend aid with the! or voices individually with ..a result that his pupils' progress is rapid. have to do. wifii an air col- .tfihri.frbm the lungs to the frontal sinus- above the nasal Mr. P.Qombs explained, and said that we interferences., namelv. lalse cord, tongue and soib palatt in tciuirence. Any.--, of these will cessf.irl farming on an irrigated farm, Von Muehl-i 8.15. All members arc requested also delivered inspiring addresses, j At the conclusion the reception I-the Hoy Scouts were heartily thank- ed by the mayor for their attend- ance. BRAVE C.P.R. FIREMAN Golden, B.C., Nov. flames crackled around, him, 'Frank .13annis; Don II. Bark-showed the- benefits that ter. a C.P.R. fireman, succeeded "in can be gained dhersified farming two big engines belonging to This {.fteinoon there will ha no ses tne COuiDanv and stored in tihe be taken for1 eugme here." Bannister Successful Lecture The lecture on modern cul- ture by Leo'. 31. Coombs" ut "the" Con- servatory oi {Music -last evening was great success. Those present morning, and within-a few minutes the sheds were wrapped in flames The engines had steam up, and, fighting Ins way through, the flames he ran one dear, then returned for the second. As the last engine clear- ed the shed, the collapsed with a roar. Both engines were sliglit- ly damaged in a collision when 'the last one was being run out. The their pleasure in hearing the'sheds were completely The i loss is nominal LIFEBUOY HEALTHY 5 DAP I The every-purpose-soap I where health is a prime j consideration For tho toilet and tho bath UfcbuoySoflpisunexcolled. I "Its yelrety lather clomnscs while iU miW carbohc notation ful health'preserving agent, The slight vanishes after nka very pleasant affair, and the returned war hero was given an enthusiastic leception bj the men with whom he had hesti as sociated in the Men's Own. A very appetmng thicken dinnci was provided by the ladies. Every seal, at the tables was. occupied. Sit- ting alongside of-Private Carnill was Private Lee, -another re.turned-'-wac veteran. The church was-ireely-.decor- at'ed with flags, and all the speeches had a strong patriotic flavor Rev J. B. Francis made a very, capable toastmaster. Vaturallr, tht; .chief toast of the evening laas that oi the guest oi honor Hardie pro posed it in one of his inspiring speeches, and Private Carnill re- sponded in'a %ery interesting relating incidents in his life as a sol- dier from the timcihe left Canada last August until his return a few weeks ago. It ;was a plain unvarnished tale that gripped'the' attention of his hearers. The other toasts were as follows IF TONGUE IS COATED, BREATH BAD, STOMACH SOUR, CLEAN LIVER AND BOWELS. Give ''California Syrup of Figs" at once a teaspoonful today often saves a sick child tomorrow. If your little one is out-of-sorts; 'Believe Me, I Enjoy My Meals to the Limit. No Fear of Consequences, While I Have Stuart's Dys- pepaia Tablets to FaM. Back .Upon.' If you will eat a Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablet after each .meal and one juat before vou to to bed 3 on TV ill learn that in ere is no harm in j-our mpals .The reason i3 "'clearly pliiin. Your system lacks the proper digestive juices to make your, meals easily gested. Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets give the stomach and other organs of the digestive, apparatus the where- withal fo (11 go at food Get a SOc box froip any store and try them, or send the coupon for free trial. FREE TRiAL COUPON F A Stuart Co, 210 Building, Marshall, Mich, send me at once A free trial package of Stuart's Dyspepafa- Tablets. Ulj Hayniond Leader A very interest- ing double wedding took place Mon- day at, the home of Mr. and Mrs. .T. J.-O'ilrie'h when two Misses Sarah and Leah Richardson of Rav hiond, "married two brothers, Messrs Hillmer and Elmer of Manyherrics. Bishop Allred. officiated, The'bndes note'becoming gowns of while chifton and carried'boqiiets of hridil roses Mondiy afternoon a nus given the bndes who vere 4lc piouts of numerous useful presents. Something new in way of en- ter is being planned by the Mexandd Qalt Charter IODL it take the form of i ghymnltana, and will be held on Dec 16th, 17th and IH the store lately occupied bv tht, Heiuiey Co Vn explanation oi Mhat i ghymnkana is probably m order, In this instance it means that there be booths oE fancy articles, Christmas novelties Christmas deli- cacies, efo and a tne danbant? and children s in the alter t noons ind a danrc iy cablet iu j tin. i Battery by Lieuten- ant -Filmer and responded, to by Pri- vate Button on behalf of the four lemb'ers of the Battery by the. Men's Own, Men's Own President Rose and responded to by Mr. Gurr. Boys of the Honor by Rev. A. C. Bryan, responded to by Charles H. Harding. Canada's Part in the ed by D. H. Elton, and responded to by W. A. Buchanan, M P Men's Own hy Rev. David Ross, responded to by Donald McNabb, ex-M P P Men's Own py Mr. Marsh, responded to by Mr. Bruce. i A. E. Jarvis contributed a rousing patriotic solo. At the.conclusion? of officers for the Own tor the coming season were elected as fol- lows Hon. J. B. Francis. Rose. .R. Gurr. Mat-son. Stott. Postolfiee moaev order business with Switzerland, suspended since, the outbreak of the war, is Ron George Colter, formerly Chief Commissioner of Public of Nfew Brunswick, is dead, aged 75. half-sick, isn't resting; eating and act- ing naturally look, Mother see. if tongue is coated. This is a sure sign that its little stomach, liver and bbw- e's are clogged, with "waste. "Wfeerf; cross, irritable, feverish, stomacti aour, breath bad or has diarrhoae, sore throat, full of cold, give a teaspoonful of "California1 'i Syrup of and in a few hours all the constipated ed food, and sour bile gently moves out of its little bowels witiiout 1 Ing, and you have a veil, playful child again. Mothers can rest easy after giving this harmless "fruit be? cause it never fails to cleanse the little one's liver and bowels and sweeten the stomach .and they, dear- ly love its pleasant taste. dlrep-. tions for babies, children of ages and for grown-ups printed bottle Beware of counterfeit flg: syrup's. .Ask your druggist for a bottle of "California Sjrup of thezt see that it is made bv the "California Fig Syrup Company." FIVE MORE DAYS FOR BIG VOTES Subscnbers who make a pay- ment for ttie Herald can- didate desired by the subscr'V er, Hf-lp yonr latorite candidate Retains flavor and freshness In bread and pastry ;