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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 30, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta 8. TTTF, LETHiminOE DAILY HEHATJ> Thursday, November 1.1. NSURES PERFECT BAKING RESULTS TOR-OttTO O MT. iimiiiiiiiiiiilin.....iimiiminiiiiliii JUDGE GRANTHAM DEAD- N'ov William Gran S U- of C.remoni.. popular members of'the bench I a Vogue iu the metropolitan, district, died to-1 London, Nov. most re iav He was born in tSSS and sat in marltablc feature of the winter mat parliament from "1874 to iSSS: rimo.lial season is the widening -----------------------j breach in traditional practice at i smart weddints. At one time a find v no more dream of introducing the marriage ar- I rangementr. than of revising the prHy- jjook lo suit her fancy. But MO INDIGESTION, DYSPEPSIA FIVE MINUTES LATER ithe Fpirit of changs which is atvroad LATE" (i mn i's siving free play to the desire .Why not .set "of for novelty. ,cnt ami forever rid ourself 01 nf .MS i. the XTIuliL uuu Stomach trouble and Indigestion, dieted stomach gets the blues and grumbles. Give'it a good eat, then The latest illustration of this is the appearance of cushion bearers at the wedding of Mrs. .Morton-Wood to Ed- ward Nettlefold. 5th Dragoon Guards. trumnies. x.i'f take Pane's Otepepsin to start tne 01- -estive juices working. There will hejTlle who is :l widow, pnily w dyspepsia._or belching o' i broke the uuwrii-'en law that decrees eructations of undigested food; wben a widow married again feeling like a lump of lead in.he stom-! ,o lhe H altar by a matron Of honor, and who- aim j_____ -i w-.ix- Thi'nivinf VIGILANCE FOR HORSE THEIYES Montreal. Nov. horse thieves now are generally supposed to; llvo only In fiction and- the., early history, of the lapt has Just been brought to light hero that Mon- treal It the greatest centre of horse stealing that tin- country has Known. So active are the horse thieves here and so common the thefts that there is angry talk of a return to tho pun- ishment which was meted out in the western stales for this offense half a century ago. Not only are tak- jon in broad daylight hut also the vo- I hides to -which they are attached. There are apparently organized bands of horse und wagon stealers and there perty comes into their possession. One local grocer has had horses and wag- ons stolen eight times within the last few months Involving in each case loss of from J-IOO to Recent- I ly a hoi-se fastened ill front of a store !iii n crowded street was taken by a thief who simply led him for a few blocks .before making off In sight, of hundreds of persons. There is little j difficulty in disposing of the horeee 'and wagons. The wagons are repaint- !ed and sold while the horses are dis- [guised preparatory to their disposal. So cleverly is this work done that one 'dealer recently actually purchased a i teiim and wagon which has been'stolen, i from him. Tho horses had been olev- !erl_v dyed, but certain peculiarities lied to a closer Investigation which i proved that the purchaser had re- I bought his own property. The irate ;owirer and purchaser is now attempt- has lo organize vigilance committees. Ladies' Suit Mai Every Suit in the Store Will be Cleared Out at One Price FRIDAY and SATURDAY The Greatest Money Saving Event of the Season and Values Clearing at 10 Scotch Tweed Suits Rape's" Diapepsin costs.only 50 cents 'for -i large case" at any drug store here and will relieve- the most ob- stinate case of Indigestion and Upset Stomach in five minutes. There is nothing else belter to take Gas from Stomach and cleanse the and intestines, and, besides, one close will digest and prepare for assimilation into the blood all your food the same as a -sound, healthy stomach would do it. iWhen Diapepsin works, your stom- ach itself in order, cleans then you feel like, eating when you come to the table, and what you eat will do you good. Absolute relief from all Stomach Misery is waiting for you as; soon as you decide to take a little Diapepsin. Tell your druggist that you want Pane's Diapepsin. because you want to become thoraughly cured this time. Remember, if your feels out of order and uncomfortableUiow, you can surely get relief in five'min- utes. Wood arranged thai she should be attended by two smart Hltie pages carrying white- satin cushions, broidefed wi-th the --nitials of tiie I bride and bridegroom. The. cushions. ;w-sre usrt'by the happy couple to upon during Ihe ceremony. The use of children in weddins ceremonies is also becoming unite a vogue, and it is now 'considered quite unfashionable to be attended by gvown-tip bridesmaids.' The fashion was particularly noticeable in the marriage of Lady Cicely- Browne to, Thomas Vesey. of the Irish Guards. Only children attended the bride, the li'tttf! girls wearing white chiffon frocks with lace Insertions and high- waisted sashes of blue ribbon. By the side of each, tiny maiden walked a page dressed 'in a Stuart suit of blue doth iind silver, with white satin knee breeches and .Waistcoats, and wearing miniature swords. Inierclilllzod here and made the liavils 'of a profitable if novel business, was brought in liffht this week as a result lot a queer suit- arising from the de- isire of an anxious couple to be united 1 without delay. There are, it seems, a number of persons who make a bus- iness of making marriage easy. All of them are ready 10 lead couples who wish to be married to the nearest not- ary or other official empowered to per- form the marriage ceremony. For such service'they are accustomed 10 receive one-half of the fee which the bridegroom chooses to give, which I proves ft very profitable source'of iu- jcome., anxious couple were unfortunate enougli to be- come separated in tile City Hall, the groom-'io be lulling into the hands of one "marriage mads easy" broker, and Ithe bride into the hands of a rival. As' a'.result., each' refused .to fallow Ills "clie'nt 'be married by" the The soiisoivs best sinless; sntin lined; grey, brown mid green mixtures; 40: regular values Friday and Saturday 10 Only Fine Serge Skirts Made up of standard quality English serges, all this sea- son's garments; satin, lined; all sizes; reg. selling prices run at and Friday and Saturday Come in the morning if you can and get first choice. Don't put off until Tomorrow what you can do Today The Simpson Company, Ltd. SIXTH STREET official, his rival resulting In com- plications' which led to all sorts of charges and counter-charges and cul- minated in a suit.-for-damages. So far as can he discovered the only charge asainst either is the lar- ceny1 of a wedding as a charge of kid- napping is out ot the question. But the'unique business of marriage bro- kerage is likely to suffer a collapse. -'A Migratory Factory MontrealerB week have been staring curiously "at the 'first migra- tory factory which has ever been seen here, or for that matter anywhere else j----- in this country which at present is an- chored In the harbor having.just arriv- ed from eastern waters. This uni- que plant is a floating fish oil factory the only one if its kind in the world and .represents ail investment of near- urer announced that only one woman one hundred has a really clean [ace, and proceeded to'add insult to Injury by informing her audience that women do riot know how to keep their slaughter the golden egg laying goose. It Is interesting to note, however, that first concerted action comes from the side of tlm ineJi who receive the tips rather than those who give them. As to the reception that will be ac- corded the movement by the hotel and restaurant keepers who under the 'present regime are able' to keep up forces at" an' expense that is una-ppreciable: very little has yet been said, espec- ially by the proprietors themselves. FlVe Cent Merger That the business of the five and ten cent stores throughout the mo'unts to enough to warrant merg- ng a large number of them' into one of the country's largest corporations, contrary to the general tendency to ly Its existence is due anyhow, and proceeded to the belief of one man that it is more economical to move the plant to the raw product than to bring the raw product to the -plant, at least In this peculiar field. Accordingly instead of erecting a factory on land for the re- duction of fish to oil and fish sea-going factory was .built which fol- lows the .fish up and'down the coast. The novel factory which steams under its own power is equlped with immense screw presses, great steam cooking vats, and on each side a huge electrical conveyor to scoop the fish out of the holds of the fishing steamers to the travelling belt that, takes them on un- til the process is" completed. All qi' ithe machinery is operated by clec- jtriclty furnished by three generators. Tliere are. tanks aboard that will hold 750.000 gallons of fish oil. The holds will' accomodste barrels of fish awaiting treatment, and the plant will care for barrels ol fish day. Sri tar this strange factory, ,-which.pays no rent, has proved a great Dirty Faced Females Four hundred and ninety.flvo out of give them instructions in this art. Men's faces aro generally cleaner, the ectnrer said, because of the'lather used in shaving. In fact tho expected information on all sortK of_secret lo- tions and treatments did ize, the lecture taking the' t ly of a eulogy of soap lecturer's picture of was not at all compllmen "They powder their noses are perfectly white as if been daubed with flour pile on rouge -and matinee looking like sized riot occurred at the e lecture in the form of an lr meeting at which the lecture nounced at "perfectly No More Tipping Another institution in tho the now almost universal tip is! ger. Sporadic efforts to do a" the evil in the past have met tie success, but the present appears to have more strength it is to We carried on by the themselves. If' such a tiling IgJ consider them an almost negligible quantity in 'the business world was shown last week when the consoli- dation of more than 600 of these stores was announced. The capital stock of the new organization is of which will be 7 por cent, preterrod and common stock. The. merger will take In than', BOO stores doing .buslMis; In the United States Canada and England, ac- the' plans Indiin Root vegetable the Iwwels cflcctivily. eninf, sickening or (ripinf. Urn Dr. Morse's voice their discontent with ditions an insist on fixed and wages sufficiently to ohvlnte tM estity of eking' them out by mci the open method. It if a? tion Tvheiher they will obtain t( divided support of their fellow V of the dicky Mid 'White apron light, of the alarming statistics cord going to show the colQTiljt portions of the fund is A Clearance .Sale-at the Unity Store from Novembar 27th to December 2nd 10 per cent, reduction on Groceries, and 20 per cent, on Dry Goods The entire stork is new and. up to date. If you want to get real bargains, come enrly and nyoid the rush, as everyone will take _' ,_.. moiMlir -i( tha roiiinrkablv low this opportunity lo lay In a prices. winter supply at the remarkably low hilled toward their suppoil ur who recently sold for llOfidfi i of properly acquired from hln os us a waller In a fmhionabli hoi ____ ling.two years for. inslami will ROOt i" Th Store PHONE, 466. I 5TH AVENUE-NOBTH-' ;