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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 29, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta ['AGE SEVEN THE LETHBRinriR PAIT.Y HKtlAI.rt WEDNESDAY. NOVEMRER an. 1016 (From Our Own Corespondent) Maerath, Nov. buidly making preparations to take tho train to Utah yesterday morning, Mrs. Win. Saloy fell victim to a very serious ac- cident. Stepping out of doors she slipped and toll on tho Ico. breaking her right arm below the elbow and also next tu tho shoulder. It is not thought, however, that ihe break will provti serious. The seven year old son of Mr. ana Richard Loomer vao hurried to Qalt Hospital yesterday mornlne to undergo an operation for appendi- citis. Drs. Lyim of Cardston end Dyce of Magratu-are in attendance and whllo the lad's condition Is pre- uarlous It Is not believed to be fatal. (From Our own Correspondent) Cardston, Nov. Sunday a series of tine meetings wore this part ol the provincial rldlne by T M Tweedle, M. P. P., and President of the South Alherta branch of tho patriotic fund. W. A. Buchanan, M. P., and Martin Woolf, M.P.P. Mountain View and Kimball were isited during tho forenoon and Loav- (From Our Own Correspondent) Champion. Nov. Charlotte F'leshor. of Carnmnuny. spent the week end with her friend Mlsa I.aura Sch- meolko, of Dlusson. The dance given by the Woodmen 'ast P-iduy evening was very success: iul. The larsest crowd of tho season was Messrs. T. Treadway, H. McNaugll ton and J. Blusson arn opening up a coal mine on O. Treadway's property. Ueorge Barber, of the Bank of Ham- ilton, snont the week-end at his home In Nanton. Miss Ida Lone, snont tho week-end at hor home In Calcary. o'clock. The L. D. 8. church gavo resul m -rota M members to attend and a larce and appreciative audience greeted the speakers. Martin Woolt Introduced the vlslt- DIAPEPS1N" FIXES SOUR GASSY, UPSET STOMACHS IN FIVE MINUTES. If what you just atu Is souring on your .itomacb. or lies like a lump of lead, refusing to digest, or you belch gas and eructate sour, undigested food, or have a feeling of dizziness, heaH- Durn, fullness, nausea, bad taste in mouth and stomach headache, you can surely got relief In five minutes. Ask your pharmacist to show you the formula plainly printed on these fifty-cent cases of Pape's DIapepsin, then you will understand why dys- peptic troubles of all kinds must so, and why it relieves sour, out-of-order stomachs or Indigestion In five min- utes. "Pape's DIapepsin" 13 harmless; tastes like candy, though each dose will digest and prepare for assimila- tion into the bljod all the food you eat; besides, it makes you go to the table with a healthy appetite; hut what will please you most, is that you will fee! that your stomach and intes- tines are clean and fresh, and you will not need to resort to laxatives or liver pills for biliousness or constipation. This city will have many 'Tape's Diapepsin" cranks, as some people will call them, will bo enthusiastic about this splendid stomach prepara- tion, too, If you ever take it for indi- gestion, gases, heartburn, sourness, dyspepsia, or. any stomach misery. Get some now, this minute, and rid yourself of 'stomach misery and indi- gestion In five ponsivo chord In the hearts of every true patriot present. After reviewing briefly the causes of Canadian partlq- Inatlon In the conflict, showing that this was "our fight." as It was "our danger" no matter If the enemy be on European shores and that our great prosperity came as a result of the war demand for our products. The sneaker save some striking Illustra- tions of what sacrifices were being by our men at the front and tholf families left behind, citing the conditions In which many were lo't and showing that dollars only could never make up for what was being endured for our sakes, yet It was now practically all that many could do to show their willingness. The speaker closed with the relation of the news- hoys offering given in Toronto to aid tho fund, and how the street car tick-, et thai, meant a lonj: walk home for, the boy, brought to tlie. fund. Such sacrifices we should all be will-1 Ing to make as our means would allow.: Mr. Wnolf spoke for a quarter of an' hour and made a most convincing appeal for the fund. Mr. Tweedie closed the meeting with an effective speech that held the close attention of the audience. He went Into the his- tory of the Patriotic Fund and outlin- ed Us purposes and present require- ments Cardston constituency in 1915 hod to raise this year the de-( Andv Fronds, formerly In the em- nlov of the Pills coal mine, died on Friday of spinal menengltls at tab Tyson Is building an addition to his house. I Mr Scott has been puttlnc extensive repairs to his home on Viilmn street Another carload of McLaughlln cars came in on Friday. Miss Henderson. W. McPac anil Mrs. Fitch motored to Lomond on Sun- H. Srhmeelke is spending the week In Nanton. Mrs. W. Honor was a visitor In Leth- brl'lre on Monday. Threshing in this district has finish- ed and all machines are In for the winter. _ James Brown, formerly of the 123rd stationed at Windsor, Nova Scotia, re- turned horn" Monday mornlns. having received bis honorable discharge on account of shorl-sit-'btedness. Miss Bessie Brown spent the weelt end at Cnrmp.ngav. Mr and Mrs. Dlllimrhnm with fam- ilv motored to Lethbrld-re on Sunday. Mrs J Hanson, of Innisfail arrived in town Monday for a visit. Hov.'.irn Rmitll and son Harry spent the in Lethr-rideo. O. A. Orr was a week-end visitor to Calcary. He was acromnanied on his Will offer Special in Childrens'-and Misses' Boots Thursday and Friday Nov- ember 30th and December 1st We carry a Ituve range in children's hoots at all prices from per pair. Bring the kiddies we will fit them properly and at prices that will make you smile. No misfits, what we do we do well. Your money back if yon are not satisfied. KIDDIES BOOTS ME ''SYRUP OF FIGS" FOR that this constituency ?7.000. Mr. Tweedie was satisfied that Ings held during the day that there no trouble raising the m- urday night for Manitoba, where he was called by the death of his father He has the sympathy of his many friends here. Alex Moffat of Claresholm is in town taking charge of M. Mortal's hardware store during Ills absence. Mr. and Mrs. Tiacher left Saturday Kiddies' boots in pat- ent leather, vici kid, tan and gumnetal. Sizes 1 to 5. Thursday and Friday this week. Pick them out for..........95c KIDDIES Slippers Kiddies' strap slip- Tan and black vici kid. Sizes 1 to 5. Friday and Saturday only 75C Childrens Strap Slippers Childs' strap slippers. In gumnetal, tan vici kid and patent leather. Sizes 5 to 1614 Gctthem Thursday and Friday for...............95c CKILDRENS BOOTS the world's history. We all must do our part, arid those who remained al home had a great oppor unity of ser. vice by contributing to the Canadian Patriotic S und. Give It When Feverlnh, Cretl, Bilious Far Bad Breath or Sour Stomach. Look at the tongue. Mother! If eostnd, It is a sure sign that your little one's stomach, liver and bowels need a gentle, thorough cleansing at once. When peevish, cross, listless, pale, doesn't sleep, doesn't eat or act nat- urally, or is feverish, stomach sour, breath bad; has stomach ache, sore throat, diarrhoea, full of cold, give a teaapoonful of "California Syrup of and In a few hours all the foul, constipated waste, undigested food and sour bile gently moves out of its littla bowels without griping, and you have a well, playful child again. You needn't coax sick children to take this harmless "fruit laxative-" they love Its delicious taste, and it always makes them feel splendid. Ask your druggist for a 50-cent bottle of "California Syrup of which has directions for babies, child- ren of all ages and for growii-ups plainly on the bottle. Beware of coun- terfeits sold here. To -o sure you gel the genuine, ask to see that It is made by "California Fig Syrup Company." Refuse any other kind with contempt. SWEAT WEARS OUT COIN In the latest report of the British Sir Thomas K. Rose, a well- known metallurgical, exiiert calls at- tention to the effect of grease de- rived from the sweat of .the fingers, or from other sources In accelerat- ing the wear of, coins, which ia usu- ally attributed entirely'to abrasion. Sir Thomas says 'that the fatty acids of the grease have a corrosive action upon the metal. Copper, In particular even if present only in small quantity, is converted into, an oleate, stearate, or other salt. I 0. ,eek end in Cal- 1 E" to bfl Hle order l J Tuesday they had one a shoot by a dknce at A. Mn p0nock Of staff of tho Bank of Commerce, Lethhridge, spent the week with Mr. Orevethlck. The friends of Mr. Livingston, for- The registration students at Queen's this session totals as compared with last year, in actual attendance there are less than 700. (Special to the Herald) Macleod, Nov. out- fits are all husy again after the heavy snow storm of a few days ago. Many have their grain in stacks, 'and this may allow the threshers to: cpnttue their work except on very and windy days. Many of tho crews have been depleted by the men enlisting or "going to the lumber camns for the winter. Children's kid and patent leather 5% to Thursday and Friday. A good buy........... MISSES BOOTS Just arrived. A swell Misses' High Out Boots in pat-. ent leather vamp, gray kifl top and patent vamp, dull kill top. White eyelets. Thursday and Friday only...........S3.95 MISSES BOOTS Misses' Boots in patent leather, black cloth tops. A nice dressy boot. Thursday and Friday NECESSASY TO REDUCE TURKEY AND BULGARIA Ladies High CA Cut Boots Ladies' High Cut Giinmctal, Kid Top Boots. The best street boot in the trade. Also best value. Get a pair for Ladies Boots Ladies' gumnetal boots, black cloth tops Good serviceable toe and heel and a good easy fitter Ladies Boots Ladies' patent leath- er buttoned boots. Dull kid top, receding' toe, Louis heel. Ladies Fine Kid Boots The Best Dull Vici Kid, Boot. In all sizes and lasts from A to D. We guarantee the fit of these hoots. We havi just received a 'Shipment of Ladies' High Cut Lace Boots-a danoy; also another line of Novelty Boots, these are "hum dingers" and it will be to your interests to call and look them over. These goods are made by the very manufacturers, no junk, no shoddy. We guarantee every pair London, Nov. editor of the Observer dsclares that the allies must reduce Turkey and Bulgaria as. a first and that the allies now see the stupendous folly of the withdrawal from Gallipoli. SIR SAM HUGHES' LAST PUBLIC APPEARANCE AS MINISTER OF MILITIA. O Mens Boots Men's tan bluchcr, medium weight boot. The best value in the trade. All I sizes. fguyyjm m i THE CUT RATE American Boot Shop Bentley's Old Stand 116, 5th Avenue, South F. A. Nelles, Manager Mens Boots Men's Black Gun- metal Leather Lin- ed Boots. The best in the world at the price .They can't be heat. (Special to the Macleod, Alberta, November 28. Macleod merchants are, very husy looking after the Indians and their families -who have Just 'been paid their treaty money. This .comes onco a year, and all in new hills, which each and everyone are in a hurry to part with when they can get the mosl for dollar. It'Is noticeable that of it goes to a savings .bank, hut all of tills Canadian money is kept mov- ing. It is so far noticeable that even the Indian is affected by the prohibi- tion, 'as none have bee-.i taken by the police, nor hhve they given any trou- ble in any way, but are welcomed by the business man, as the man with the cash. llaoicpu's supply ol coal at the pre- 'sent time is vely small, and should the strike, continue long. It will very severely affect not oily the town peo- pie, but more .especially the farmers who except very rare cases, have not yet their winter supaly of coal. When the gas main broke the coal users laughed at the gas consumer now this order of things is changed, and orders are being slven lor me the goods bought by these people to- tioutcnii ex-Mlntater of Militia uniform here ohown preoonting the colours to tho 207th Battalion before he laid aside hli the home that his white', brother has. Mo ley is distributed by the govern- ment to these Indians tho chief re- ceives S100.00, the minor'chiefs tho head of each family 510, while each memntr el the fatally is given 00 In this way a large' amount of isi Dumitiv -j ,2, while -the other churches will no doubt do their, share. t.OO. til tnis way M misc ioney Is put In circulation, and none good and nan. A render writes to ask how many kinds of football there are. Answer- (Special to lh? Jlacleod, Nov. H.-Glass, a successful farmer of this district, hav- ing finished his .harvesting, threshing 'and'marketing Ills'big. oroa of over 45 bushels ner acre, left for South Cali- fornia, where he will spend the winter with friends. Mr. Glass has during the past two years, 1915 add 1916, re- ceived from one quarter section of Innd over for wheat alone, be- sides this he hns green..feed .for his horses. Miss Glass, his sister, will spend the winter In Ontario. PRINTERS BAN TURKEYS i Boston, Nov. were passed by the Boston Typographical union tonight urging Its members to refuse to buy Thanksgiving turkeys at any price, and to use as little .butter and eggs in December as possible ai a protest against food speculation OR AT BUSINESS who are delicately who have thin blood or cheeks, will find in COTT'S ULSION a true tonic and a rich fwxHo overcome tiredness, nourish their nerves'and fe_ed their blood. Start with SCOTT'S say "NO" to Scott M ;