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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 4, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta VmiNHSDAY, OCTOHKK ment: A. El Wilson, Indian Sash., who will act as chairman; Thos. .Morrison, Winnipeg; W. Govan, Indian Head, and W. .T. Glass, Jlac- Alia. You apply a lit- .tle Blue-jay plas- ter. Theache ends instantly, and it never will return. You can prove that in one minute. A million women prove it every month. A corn will never pain again after Blue-jay bnce goes on it. Has Accomplished Much It is exuected that the trial of Geo. B. Buck of Calgary will take place on October 19. The evidence required by the crown will be ready for presen- tation to the court at that date and the trial will be proceeded with forth- with; i INHOSPITAL Mrs. Brown Finally Restored to Health by Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. No Corn Pain Op Monday you won't know you have a corn. Itia gently disappear- ing. You know that corn is done for. You know it won't come back. You may also know that soreness will not follow. For Blue-jayisasgentleaBefficient The Com is Gone In 48 hours Blue-jay ends 91 corns in 100. The other 9 per cent aretough corns which need another application. Such baa been ihe history of 70 million corns, since Blue-jay was Invented. And any user will assure you that such results are certain. Prove that fact tonight. BAUE2 t BtiCT, CilcRCO ITow Tort Uatcro ol BnrclKJ I5c and 85c at Druggists Some exceedingly interesting fea- tures of Ited Cross work In Lothbridge, which evidence the widespread activ- ity of this particular branch, are brought out in the uannal report ot tile branch prosi'iitcd t" the annual raeBt- Ing held Monday evening in St, Augue- i tin's dull. The officers elected for the coming year were: President. -Judge Jackson. First Vice-President, Sirs. Harmon, secouci Mrs. Kellog. Honorary Secretary, F. Waddington. lion Treasurer. A. .1. Blnckburne. Executive. Committee, Mrs. Scott, .Mrs'. McKillop, Mrs. Mrs. Murray, -Mrs. Lnffcrty. Mrs. DA. Simpson. Mrs. SI. S. McArlhur Mrs. Hall .Mrs. W. F. nicks. Mrs. Sauncl- 'R. A. Sinitli. .1. N. Ritchie, supt. Poimefallier, W. A. U. Cocci. The receipts for the pnat year were and there IB a balance on han'ci of S756.38. Last year a total ot was spent with local merch- ants. This year the total was 088.17. This year lias been do- nated to various causes. Of the work clone by various Indivi- duals perhaps the most -interesting Item Is that concerning Mrs. U. Wash- brooke, who from Jan. 1st to Sept. 1st. has made 418 articles. Mrs. Hroome and her daughter Mrs. Ureon, trotti Mav 1st to Sept. 1st, have made Im articles and 340 handkerchiefs. Mrs. Hugh Taylor has made articles, either pajamas or surgical shirts, ev- ery week since March 22ncl. Of tho cutting committee it is of in- terest to note surelcal shirts have been cut by Mrs. Hall and Mrs Hoc and 700 articles of ditiVrent kind's by Mrs. E. N. Higinbotham. The following societies meet at Hie Red Cross Rooms for sewing: Art Needle Work Club. Liuldren of .Mary. Eastern Star. Knos Ladles' Aid. St ugustin's Woman's Auxiliary. SL Cyprian's Woman's Auxiliary. St Patrick's Ladies' Aid. central W.-C. T. U. Teachers of the Public Schools Wesley Ladies' Aid. To the following societies, bags of vork are sent: St.. Andrew's Ladies' Aid. G. I. A. to the B. of L. b. Hardieville Ladies. 1-iaroieviiiG Women of the Church of Latter Bay Saints. The ninth-annual rally of Westmin- ster Sunday school was held last Sun- day afternoon. Despite the stormy weather the church was filled and the church parlor had to be used to ac- commodate, the crowd. Westminster, lias been in the habit of using some special attraction for its rally day exercises. This year .large bluebird .stood upon centre large bluebird stood upon the centre Cleveland, Ohio. "For years I SUI" I of tno platform, and each scholar and .lered so sometimes it seemed as though vl3itor brought a. feather, which had I could not stand liepn nroviiled, and in thib mv lonirer.' It fnntlinrafl A few It was all in my lower organs. At times I could, hardly walk, I stepped on a little stone I would that thought, Splendid choruses were almost faint. One tendered by school inirtim nf auction sales of school ations, and from present appearances i ufnds nils autumn at Kanisack, Blaine it will be some days before operations, 5 nS and at Pro- can be resumed. Work progressed i Lake" and Sask., and at Pro- can be resumed. Work progressed vest ledsewicfand Chinook, Alber- steadily during the past week, and! ta 'The lands will '.be inspected be-isome good return fore the sales are Ueld i acres "of "heat" rectivedlTn" of the school lands I just over 40 bushels to the Start Tomorrow: and Keep It Up Every Morning Q.t In the habit o of eaoh out th. whole of tie Internal nant ma.tur Bveryone, lick ol ihouM morolnf, brukfut, drink a clua ot hot water with a teaipooatul ot HmMtom piioaphati !n it ta waab tarn tin ttomach liver and boweli trtyl one days IncllgMtible waate, Wl to a (olygram from O l.earj ai. Tablets give the stomach and otner or nisian S9r saaBaS-ffrjrKsfs-Stfra: innains were laid to lest with others of his fannlv in the Imilsfail qemeteiv erewa Get a BOc box today from anj ding store and try them or send the coupon for free trial of from the blood and Cettmg for a thorough fhllb ini of all the inside organs. The millions of wBe ar< bothered with constipation billoui spells stomach trouble, others who Date sallow sVms, blood disorders and sickH onmpleiions ate urced to gel i ouarter pound of limestone phosafeati from the drur store Tbls will cosi lerv little, but is sufficient to mak< anyone a pronounced crank on subject of Inside batbinc before breal lubject ot inside batblnf beforl breakfast J D Hlsmbotham t Co. Ltd., Drujglste. the I mon lack, was borne us i'i geants, and was covered with wreatni of flowers sent by the Hon Jt, lt_ Sifton, the Masonic lodge nnd ollwrs An impressive service was BJ Free Trial Coupon F A Stuart Co 230 Stuart Bldg Marahall, Mich Send me at