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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - November 25, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta O WEDNESDAY. NOVEMBER 25, 1914 THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY PAGE FIVE solves llic problem of keeping books neatly arranged so lii'ut you cnn fiiKl Iliem, and also free from all dust. You can gel just enough sections to take your books and add to them as the books increase.. Absolutely plain; nothing to catch the dust, and the only Sectional Case that can be moved without taking apart when full of books. Think it over now! HOME OF QUALITY FURNITURE. OPP, COURT HOUSE SOUTH LATEST PROPOSAL FROM OTTA. 3 OR 4 NEW REGIMENTS FROM ALBERTA Ottawa, Nov. is stated hare that of tlio men to bo enlisted in Canada, according to the goveru- ..ifiit'; latest program, are already enrolled. Of these arc to form the second contingent. Tlio remaining will be ralsoti on the following basis Five or six regi- ments of men each to bo raised !a Ontario two or threo in Quebec; four in Manitoba and Saskatchewan combined three or four in Alberta two in British Columbia and the Maritime Provinces. Recruiting for the extra will proceed at ones and judging by the celerity with vhich former recruiting has been car- ried out and the many applicants tor enlistment the full number will be re- cruited at an early dale. General Hughes, on his return from Montreal, stated that more men could easily be raised in that city and twenty French-Canadian re- giments could he raised if required. General Hughes touts.lightly the ru- mored plot against his life said to he hatching in London. The minister, m apitp of the preparations for his as- sassination, left ior London on the train tonight and expects to review the troors at that divisional headquarters tomorrow. COFFEE and BAKING KAISER'S -GOVERNMENT GIVE! ALL MEMBERS OF UOKPS NOTICE TO QUIT To Avoid the Holiday Your Pho- tos Made Now, by the 906 3rd Ave. South, Lethbridgc and some surprises arc In store for the audience. The tickets are going fast and those who: Intend to go would do well to secure- tickets early. TJie entertainment will begin sharp on time, and as there are no reserved seats the early comers will secure the points ot 'vantage. Mr. and Mrs. Sam of Lethbridge', were visitors in the city Hat News. To Give Goods Lowest Seldom has the K. of P. hall had its capacity tested in such an over- whelming manner as last night, upon the occasion oi the first of the series Word has been received hew that j or three dances to he given this sca- Tlr Mewburu who has liezn in a son ny the Dominion Rebctah Lodge, Monhospita tor some time deruoim' treatment for car trouble, has recovered sufficiently to leave the hospital and will return to Alberta shortly. Xo. 41, I. 0. 0. F. One hundred pies is a conservative estimate oi the numtcr of people present and the ficers and members oi the lodge up- on whom the responsibility o! the successful termination of the joyful evenim- rested, must feel highly gra- tified over tiiEir splendid achievement. J. B. Gaskeli's orchestra furnished London, Nov. German Kffl- peror, according to a despatch from the Hague to the Exchange Telegraph Co. has ordeied Ciootlisb' Von Ja- goiv, the German minister of foreign aiiairs to notify all the German dip- lomatic agents who hitherto have, been employed in the countries now at war with Germany that they can COiisrder themselves tree to choose another career. Newspaper critics, j the message adds, state that this sequel seems to indicate that Ger- man diplomacy is held responsible tor the war. Howell Harris and Mrs. Harris left tills week for California, where they will "iornd the winter. Mr. and -7 D Puller also intend spending the the music and succeeded ,n pleasing w'inlpr in California i the most fastidious. Dancing coin- winter in Lomorma. 0 continuMi till Mrs Alt-nun" arrived in! 2. Kefreshments were served at 11.30. town from MnniVc" on Sunday to! The local order Of was re- look for T 1 orne-intendini; in future organized here this veal They re- to resWe b-re-Eiirnonton Bulletin, ceiveil their charier m July, and can to resl-e uu.iiu present time boast of a raem- Sl Man's Men's Soch-tv held a bership of over fifty. That the lodge very secAsfnlviist.lrive last is a progressive institution was at- hiv Fourteen' tables v.-erc in play, j tested by the dance last night whith The honors were "von bv .Mrs. Pearey, reflected great credit u, several nit, jiviiu Tir _i _ __, A wns (riven to aul in "Mrs. S. K Doe, while went to M son.' You are invited to Ribbon pure food products entirely at our risk. -We suarantoo them to be absolutely pure and to give ovary satisfaction. If you. are disappointed in any.way.brlng.thonuback 10 tho istore and have your money refunded. BEBSS Bank of Commerce Changes Mr. Mercer, manager of the Bank of Commerce at. Oranum, has been _.___.._- transferred to Yorkton, Saek., and ceedlng J. alclvmley Key. Mr. Elwood of Edmonton, Is his-suc- cessor at Grarium. Mr. Munroe, from Shnunuvon, Sask., is the new mana- ger of the branch at Milk River, sue- .Oil's Weekly Selections from Noted Beauty Experts Writing for'tke English Press. Simple and Effective Methods. By OLGA AMSDELL; SpcciaJ Correspondent, Enff. Each week in this department I will endeavor, carefuS clippins from the London >apers, to keep my Colonial readers informed on the latest and beat advice of the London beauty experts. Owing to the- persistent demand most Condon news- papers and periodicals are now devotins much space to tno __ serious'consideration of beauty culture. Many of them now iirh salaried experts to advise and Instruct in methods most, efilclent for ..nhai.rlnJ or TMorlnir beauty or face and fleure. luippend Iwrewith a few clippmcn EisS :publications. Any'Sf. the ingredients mentioned could ha- ottained from Canadian cneniists or druggists, so lam. next keep'risnt up to Remarkably. A nerHBtontly Ehiny nose or a dull, The society event of next woet be the Pa-triotfc concert under auspices of ter iof tne Imperial Order of lifeless ,'6'bmplexion drives many ,a wo- man to'-cosmetics and consequent des- pair. And all- the time a simple ram- edy hand in the home. If you have no' clemlntte In the house you need .only (set about an otinqe from your druggist and add just sufficient water to dissolve it. A little of this simple ifotion is Nature's own beautl- fier." It'Js very good for the skin and instantly gives the complexion'a soft, velvetyijyouthful bloom that any wo- man nfight envy. It lasts all day or 'renders powdering entirely unnecessary, and absolutely defies de- Curling Lashes. If and lashes are thin and "vjiislled out" they: may be come darker and longer massaging: with ordinary Applying mennaline to es with tlia finger, tips wi.ll n grow Ions and lively. This omade-like substance is per- tfmless to the eyes, .so you ]fear to use it quite liiberally. of Beautiful Hair. 'Beautiful hair ailils immensely to the personal, magnetism of 'both men and wonlen Actresses and smart wo- men on tho linrrnlesi.thins that will increase the natural-iteauty of their hair. Tho lat- est method in to use stallax as a sham- poo on account ot the peculiarly, glos- sy, fluffjf and wnvy effect ..which It leaves. fAs stallax has never, been used much for this purpose It comes to the djruggist only in sealed original enough for twenty or thirty shampoos.- A teaspoonful of the fra- grant sta'ilax granules, dissolved in a 1 oup otvKift water, Is more than suffic- ient ysnanipoo. It from'lts.'bcautlfylog effect." Dry, Irritating, Dandruffy Scalps. Nothing can compare with fol- lowing recine.for tiie above and until ypli have -fficti'Sed any trouo- 1e in this "direction: it to ex- pect the hair to grow healthy and vig- orous. Mix a .package of toranium with one-fourth pint of bay rum, shake the bottle well and a'.low to stand for 30 minutes; then'add-one-fourth pint com water and strain. This 'simple home remedy will stimulate the hair roots to functions, result- ing, in a beautiful growth, ot. the new lair. Permanently .Removing. Superfluous Hair. How to not merely temporarily, 'remove a downy growth of disfiguring superfluousJiair, is what many wish to It is a pity that it is not more generally known that pure'powdered .pheminol, obtainable from the druggists in orig- inal one-ounce packages, may be used for this purpose. It is applied direct- ly to the objectionable hair: The re- commended treatment not only in- stantly removes the hair, leavinj no trace, 'but is designed also to Ulli the roots completely. Don'} Irons. The heated iron makes hair dry and parched giving untidy 'Get' a small'bot- tle of silmerlnb at ybiir druggists and apply a little of this to First Mail From New Postolfice In the Morning .Mail will be -distributed from the new post office for the first time to- Inspector Bruce of Calgary is in the city, and the transfer from the old quarters will be made to night. Clerks were busy most cf file morning taking applications for boxes, and a large' percentage of them have al- ready been subscribed for. The Inland Revenue department has been established in the new building for some days, the offices being located on the floor just above the uost office. The Customs depart- ment wftl move into their new quart- ers just as soon as a, few details of accommodation arc completed.' Hlpley is in charge at the post office, and Air. Higiubotham will re- main the old building to adjust old box rentals. Tho last mail will leave the old building, for the evening, trains to Calgary, and the first mail .to be dis trlbuted from the new building, 'will come off the eastbound train at mid- night. Thus, in the dark and stilly night will, In thVrcity; a new landmark' that will survive for I many, years to come. -V large crowd oi young people "ho! turned out at a at. Cyprian's A. Y ,-t.., i P. A. on Monday night, November 23rd, to witness the mock trial of a MSI- uii to breach of promise of marriage case. Uanon McMillcn. O. Adams. L. Shirley. F'. G. Kannard. Counsel lor the Cor- Counsel lor the .Defendant-Mr. W. E. Simpson. S. Clark. E. S. .lacltson, Mr. OFF COAST SOUTH AMERICA the hair at night a cJeAii tootJi .brash. In tiie morning your hair will as beautifully curly and as though mother Nature 'did -It, It will be quite manageable, no matter what style of coiffure you adopt. The effect will, last, milch longer than if you used a ciirllhE Iron, and the health of your hair will not suffer. USE PI LENT A COMP-LSXION SOAP, THE PM5XION Advt. IjI8H COM: EARUY FIGHT EXPECTED IS Montevideo, Uruquay, Nov. 2d The presence of. British and German warships 'off the Uruguayan coast points to the probability early encasement between the opposing ves seis. Ths German ships have been as siduousiy sought ior: by the British Viner and R. Tliomp- The dance was given to aid in the practice oi the Rebel-alls' worthy work. HOW TO STOP STOPIACK Sound Advice From A Well-Known Physician. Men and women who suffer from, what they call Dyspepsia, Indigestion or lust plain 'Stomach-trouble us- ually seek regular celief in tiie .form of some pepsin pill or tablet, or other artificial digestant. This, experience teacnes me, is a serious error. In nine cases out of ten, the distress is caused by the development of acids in the by the ferment ing of the food. Instead of a digest- ant being required, something should be taken to dissolve or neutralize this acidity when normal digestion will follow as a matter of course. This acid matter is distinctly poisonous and unless it 13. dissolved, digestion merely carries the mass of ferment- ln- food from the' otpmach to the in where its poison is absorbed E. J. H. Faunch, Robert Straker, Miss Clcmcnls and Mr. E. S. Jack- son. Querie, MiL __. Disney, Mr. Suitor, Miss A. Miss Dell, Miss Adams Smart new Winter Neckwear to go on sale tomorrow. Hand- some colorings, Rnglish and American Silks Boys' Felt Hats These popular Telescope stylo FeH Hats for hoys in all wanted colorings to hurry out in a "oar- gain breeze tomorrow, values -soiling at... Grocery Helps Casco Potato Flour Per packet............. 4 sacks of Salt Just Cassia 3 for or Allspice 5c CLEAN-UP IN Odd Crockery Just a few pieces for early comers in this lot, Includes: 4 sugar bowls, 4 cream jugs, 3 gravy toats, ft slop bowls, G odd giass lamps, about one dozsft odd glasses uud soap dishee; while they Baby's Jackets MATINEE STYLE 59c Made from extra fine wool; come in plain, also in fancy knits; colors: blue and white, pink and white or all white; SJJo values evcrj" one of them; tomorrow NOW FOR A SPECIAL IN Damask Napkins No housewife should miss this chance to stock up in Table Lin- ens; 175 dozen of bar- gain find from our Eastern Buy- ing Agency; floral and conven- tional designs. Size 18x18; all hammed ready to use. We an- ticipate a big rush for these at, per dozen.... Felt Hats for Men 99c 99c buys 0110 of these Hats tomorrow. All sixes in the lot; wide range of styles from which to select. Come early aad raako your selection CijRlaj samples to clear FZiiffnn Rnnfe fcss A" Table cioths UUllUflUUUld r.KSH beautiful floral and conventional designs; all lovers of good linen will appreciate these. Sizes 8x A tf w Good, Juicy Oranges Per dozen Fine, Sound Apples 7 pounds for Popular all-over Aprons WITH PRICE AS POPULAR All colors In these Ladies' AH Over Aprons; profcty striped ef- fects very neat fitting1. The original price of this lot was Soc. Tomorrow vvV You will think 54.00 little en- when you see these shoes. Ladies' Patent Leather Shoes in neat ituitton style, all sizes from a to 7; regular g> M nfj Per pair on sale in Hnen section, one day only. JUST HALF PRICE. of home-made cooking, each contrib- utor sending aer best in the culinary art. The daughters-of the Empire need more cholera belts and helmets for she Christmas bos going Tiext Mon- J (lay to the 135 men ulio left Leth- bndgo with the first contingent jnd Thompson. as manv w omen who can knit one ot Although Hie jury deliberated for a j these article bv Saturday night, considerable time they were unable I please call at 12d Eighth street south to arrue at am vcrdiot and the judge ordered a new trial During -a -pleasing soio was by Mr- Haiscy On Saturdas '1st Creek, IT. it .the I im________ Kusscll; Mam of Pmoher ar-1 Gladys, Guer for the wool. Also, will any who .are nuwlmttmg kindlj take all their fln-l isheil work, stockings, wristlets, belts or helmets, to the same later than Saturday.night. The bazaar of the St. Andrew's Ladies' Aid held in Burgmann's.Hal] yesterday, was a splendid success. About 5SOO was realized and> the lad- ies were greatly pleased. A- cushion 5 its poison is ausorocu n-a wciu mtf'carrie'd all over the I BaKer of Fishburn weie united in tt-e tickets I iff Lo'y matrin nnv RP-I ilill .7ho -held the lucky, number "h'ali the of people who j is performed, the ceremony n.Ser'aflS'nearly e4y would purpose making their home west Pincher Creek. Clubs and Societies make it a point to take n teaspoonful oC Bisurated Magnesia in a quarter Slass oE water after each meal, there would be no formation of acidity and conseQuently no .distress or dlscom fort "Sour, greasy, stomach, heartburn, belching, bloating, etc. would then be a.-thing of the 'Bisurated is a physician's prescription. It is inexpensive and can be obtained at. any drug store. It is prepared'for just such trouble and the best proof cf its efficiency Is'that Wltj, it will stop the [sharpest, biting slom ihursdaj iftemoon ai ach distress in five minutes from the sewmg ASTHMA COUGHS WHOOPING COUGH SP. BRONCHITIS CATA! at. 137 3 A simple, safe and effective treatment avoid- ing drugs- Used with success Ior 35 yeirs The air carrying the intlseptic vapor, inbalea with every brcaih, makes breath soothes thesore throat, and stops die cough, a tiring restful nights. Cresoleneislnvaluablt to moihers-with yuunj chtidreri and a boon to sufferers fromAsthms- Send S3 postal JOT oklet dell sold; goes to the holderof tieket RBia s-uts-y who will receive the doll. by. also for which tickets were j ing the ticket at 1318 3rd Ave. ..N. The Woraenls Missionary, society ot ey churcn meet tomorrow after noon 'at half: past three. c cime it enters the stomach, simply b dissolving the acids. that have been farmed there. Us action is absolute- ly harmless. The-Women's Civic Cluh will raetjl Mis QrikK 1-U 6th b on it 3 o-clock ior sewing -j common garocn oage ever since the naval battle on1 tho Etrcaked, faded or gray CVCr SlUlB U1B t" UU.DUIV. viii Chilean coast, when Hear Admiral Sir Christopher Craildock's flagship Oood Hope, and Ito cruiser Mon mouth were sunk with all hands bj the German- battle cruisers Scharh- hors.t and Gaeisenau and three small cr cruisers. GERMAN NA-VV SlOHTbD Buenos Ayres, Nov. 24. British steamers arD being held at Monte- video for orders. The German fleet 11 reported olt the Rivei Platto, a Brit- ish fleet is off the .coast and a navil battle is expected hourly. i AN OLD RECIPE TO DARREN HATE Common garden Sags and Sulphur The death of 5Trs. Allen Jack curred this n-t Gait tal. Deceased lady had been ill only hair dark and glossy at once. Almost everyone, knows that Saee Tea and Sulphur, properly compound- od, brings baclt the natural color and lustre to the hair, when faded, streak ed or gray; also ends dandruff, itch ing scalp ami. stops falling hair. Years ago the only way to get this mixture was to make It at. home, which is mussy and troublesome. Nowadays we simply ask at any drug store for "Wyeth's Sage and Sul- phur Compound." You will get a large bottle tor about 50. cents. Everybody uses this old, fcmdua recipe, because no one can possibly toll you tlmt yon darliened your hair, as It does it so naturally and evenly, you dampen a sponge or soft brush with it and draw tills .through' .your hair, taking one small strand at a time; by morning the gray hair disappears, and after- another application or two, your hair becomes beautifully, thick and -art' 'gl-cuf -ul the family. Sold by J. D. Limited.- Hlgi and Co The Daughters and Maids oi Eng land 'will .meet tonight in the S. 0. E. hall--at 8 o'clock sharp. All are requested to attend as theje arc several-initiations; The oung Ladie Sew ing Class of church will neet at the home ol Mis-, .Agnes Don sett 907 7th Ave S tqmomnv eienmg at 8 o does Ul young ladies are cordiallv ctl. The tied Cross sooietj acknowledge with thanlii. the receipt oi Si he ing the surplus proceeds ton the bachelor's Dance. r V The Women s AuMllal) of SI C) pnan s rhuroh hold a moot ng in the pirish hall tomorrow aitcrnoon at 3 Tiie 1 0 D D the presidents and sccietaries of alt the u omens organizations in the citj to meet in the Y M 0 V 30 Thursday afternoon to consider the campaign for raiding funds to purchase a mot or ambulance: for the; Hcd Cross. t St s Sale o( Work will open it 3 p in on Friday and will be coil tinned .through tho .evening. .TbEic'will he a speciglly fine dlljlaf To Men Earning a Year or More Would you consider it a sacrifice to set aside 50 cents a day to provide for your family in the event of your death Certainly not! Well, 50 cents a day will purchase for ainan SO years of Jagd as much as of Imperial life insurance, payable to his family next he should die that soon. The money might mean to his wife nnd farriily all' tho difference between comfortable independence and Won't you make such a sacnfice'for yqUr family's while you are msurable ofiq can spare the money Fill out and return the coupon below nnd we'll send you full particulars of the policy you need Nime, Address. Occupation.'. THE IMPERIAL LIFE Assurance Company of Canada HEAD OFFICE TORONTO J. B. We, District Manager, I iiiiiiiiw] fliiliiniiiiiHiffi ;