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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 11, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta ,'WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 11. THE LETIIBRIDCE DAILY IIEFUIB PAGE FIVE! GOOD-BYE, DYSPEPSIA Oo Your. Own Cooking, Siroplo and Still Try Stuart'i Tablets Moat women loan tholr unpetitoi, Hot sour stomach, wator brash, hoart- gas, rumblings, bod breath, iroatcd tongue and tlrod all ovc-r alier cooking llmlr own meals. A Stuart B Dymiepalii Tablet after each mnal will overrome these troublos. II you preparing a luncheon or an attractive dinner but the odor of cookliiB palls on you. lake one ot Stimrt's Dyspepsia Tablets after your next meal and you will find at once it remarkable Improvement. Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets are for at all druggists at BOc a box. Send coupon below today and we at onco send sample free. by mail a Trial Coupon F. A. Stuirt Co., 229 Stuart Bldg.. Marshall, Mich. Send me at onco by return mail, a free trial pack- age ot Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets. Name........................... Slreot........................... Oily........... State DISTRICT NEWS irotty girls and more' kisses. "These I for S. T. (iomlyear at. a of 11: Manifolm Blrls nreu't a bit cot. Most of his wells, lot llko I he .Knyraond wrole1 range In larry. Doubtless th.- lioys are NEW DAYTON NEWS .wore found guilty in the J. P. court and Ai.-id ?2B und costs. An nppeal was ontered and at tho.sIUIng of the and Gilbert Welsh ot Butlor county, 3hio, came in last Friday and will re- main soveral weeks with Now Dayton people. Pole Forslln'. loft yesterday on a business trip to Sunburst, Montana. Len Marriacle, manager of tho Welsh ranch, sold last week three of his line Shorthorn calves to O. C. Mc- Donald of the Miami Farming Co. (or Those calves wore but four months old. Edith Sexton has returned spending part of lust wook friends at Lethbrldgc. Charlie Reynolds niado a business trip to Medicine Hat last for the purpose of securing a houiiiBload, Otto Marriacle and Oscar Larson spent part of last wee'.; Warner. Mr. Harley Harrison 1ms returned after a business trip last week to Sweet Grass, Montana. alter with court here Ills Honor Judge Jackson reversed the Judgment of tho Justices. R. A. Smith (if Lolhbrldgu acted., for the appellants, unil C. I'1. P-' f Bow island, also Chas.. Leigh and Miss Imeson attended a shortage of men. The mines which onvention at Lethhridgc have to haul their coal tor shipment A big dance was given in tlH' Coulet Bank school house, near Foremost, 01 vninnil Ic'ldeN nans SCI1UU1 JIUUijL-, IK.-HI the I September IStl, in honor of Kd The Canada West mine is away ho has donned the khaki. Af niner who applies for Thanksgiving service at the Method- iat churfh was well attended. Tht> ihe Southern Alberta line to the Methodist applied for permission to erect organized at a well attended meeting. 5 and 40 x 50 on lots 1! If the line was extended and another hydrant put would mean lire pro- tection for a large number of houses on Whitney aud Armstrong streets. Mr. Kiddle, accountant at the local branch of the Canadian Bank of Com- ce. has' been transferred to the at Yellowgrass, Sask., while RAYMOND (From the Leader) Mrs. Ray Powell, who baa been very 111 at the Gait hospital, having under- gone u serious operation, is now rap u, Mr. Reynolds, of Yellowgrass, becomes accountant here. The only case down for hearing at the sitting of the district court at Car- mangay on Wednesday of this week was an appeal against a decision given by two justices ot the peace at Barons last month. Thirteen men were ar- rested and charged with being found in a common gaining house. The men The ne llo improving and home shortly. be brought The progress of the across the Dominion has been faithfully reported to the Leader by Pte. G. H. Lightfoot. At Medicine Hat they were given a rousing send off and there the regi- mental colors were dedicated and pre- sented. At Portage la Prniiio a bevy of pretty girls boarded the train and showered the Mad Hatters with kisses and cakes, and at Winnipeg, more is the larg selling gum the world? Flavor and Sealed Package WriU for the Sprightly funny Mother GOOM book. Addres. Wm. Wrigley Jr. Co., Ud., WrigJey Building, Toroato, Got. Chew U after every meal THE PASS TOWNS (Froni the Blairmore James A. P. .Mc.iais, of Coalhurst, las died of wounds received in action. -lis mother was visiting friends Blairmore last week when she ceived the sad news. P. R. McDonald, successor to .7. F. an three' big reasons, gives in long-lasting, beneficial enjoyment is a point that people) appreciate. The airtight package the flavor and quality as fine as when made in the wonderful Wrigley fa Sealed tight-he jit right Thursday of qt'.Alexande McLean, a well known and highly re- spected citizen of that town for years. Mr. McLean had been a sufferer from officers were elected as fo iws: Pres., R. W. Bradsbaw: Vice- 'res., Mrs. Ida Wood; Sec.-Treas.. ohn T. Steele; Directors, Mesdames 'aylor. Bradshaw Turner. Shelton, lercer and Messrs. Fowler. Kennion. onsen, Bridge and Atkinson. A spec- al finance committee was appointed vith IS. Bennion as chairman and ohn H. Turner and Harold Wood as ssistants. Frank Rich rendered a en delivered an eloquent address on he work of the Red Cross. The meet-- ng closed with the National Anthem. V cheque of was forwarded to leadquarters this week to he spent in mrchasing Xmas gifts for the soldiers. Miss Ida Luncle has gone lo Roches- 11 ter to consult physicians. Mr. and .Mrs. James N'elson received i the surprise of their lives on Wednes- ing Bylaw. Lille permission was also CTenlI1B about twenty-live given W. J. Oliver for a building friends, without any previous lot a. block 13. The iouncomelU] walked in them necessary to i about to retire for 1" block IS. This was granted on: condition that the buildings were erected in accordance with the Build- er stated it would be borrow the sum of rent expenditures, and secretary were nivea til announcenieut. waiivou in uijuu nm... uic necessary lu j jlls, as tuey were about to retire for Thanksglvln the mayor and I hr'hfiil.1 wedding0 day, and with is atte characteristic hospitality their line and adopted by the Council, was introduced ill the form of a hyia in which eas rate was given as fol- lows; For'the first tec. con- sumed per month, 20c per 100J. 000 to test, ]5c. to feet, to feet. IOC. to ft. 5c. After new house was thrown open to their friends from garret to basement and a very enjoyable evening was spent. Next Sunday evening there will be a special musical service in the Meth- odist church for which the choir are making special preparation. T. H. Bole visited town on Wednes- churcb was well decorated for the occasion with grain and flowers. The choir rendered special music. Miss B. Adams, of the school staff, spent Thanksgiving at her home In Calgarv. Principal Huntingdon was with friends in Lethbrldge. Miss Rhodes, of the Bank of Com- 'ig ut her Miss Brown, who is attending Nor- mal school at Calgary, spenl her holi- day at home ir. Champion. feet. IOC. to ft. 5c. Af er being given Us third reading, the by- ar Y.I CA: mill- o iu... ....j matter of extending the gas main south of the track was then discussed, aud the town solicitor was I requested to endeavor to obtain per- win nn AT 1IHUD HI HUSBANDS FOR GIRL Madison, Oct. r. McLean iiau ueeii u suLitiici the plea of guilty hy Helen Griep of complicatioa of diseases for that she had killed her II- .ime, and the end did not come us a He leaves several hrothers, urprise. esiding Eastern Canada. Inter- ment took place at Colernan on Satur- day last. Mrs. Win. Howie, of Cowley, we re- gret to learn, is gone to the Leth- Midge hospital. Her illness, Mr. How- is !e states, may involve an operation, and in the meantime Mr. Howie has cancelled his road trip. The Alberta Pacific Grain company has re-opened its Cowley elevator, with Mr. R. H, PiV'l in choree. An unfortunate accident occurred about four miles from Todd Creek, Icgitiraate child here and thrown tho bahy's body into a park lagoon, Dis- trict Attorney Henry Sautloff has an- nounced that he is going to ask the coming legislature for a new law to correct such situations. "Every girl who. becomes a mother j jutitled to 'a u- Sautloff today, "I think a be passed which will consider the .mother and father of a child married from the instant the child WHS born Champion, Oct. conditions in the Champion district are very fa- vorable. One outfit to the west of town started threshing on Saturday, while quite a number started on Mon- day. 'The "Sunny Alberta" weather of the past two or "'three days has done wonders in drying the crop. Thresh- ing will be well under way by Wed- nesday. The elevators are we! is a inouiyi i 'nip, elevators ait: prepared for said Mr. u nlsi, of grain, as tiie past week they law should J ilave shipped a large quantity. Wheat trading above tho..............' given at north of Lundbreck. about C p.m. on Friday last, by which Louis Hucik, an Austrian farmer lost his life. Hucik and his wife were out hunting foi'i ibbits with a 22-calibre repeating! rifle. After firing twice at a rabbit and extracting the second shell, Hu- cik attempted to rout the animz! out from under a tree by the back stock of the rifle, holding the gnu by the barrel pointed towards his body. The trigger tripped in some object and the bullet entered.his body just below the breast, touching a vital spot in the heart''and resulting in almost In- jtant death. (year, only a slight percentage being 1 damaged by frost. whether there be any church cere-j rj.jie crop here mony or not." I 57 bushels to the acre, but at present can hardly confirm the report. Acre- [e for next year will be approximate- "Pape's Diapepsin" for Sour Acid Stomach, Heartburn. Dyspepsia. Time it! In five minutes all stom- ach distress will go. No indigestion', heartburn sourness or belching of gas acid or eructations of undigested food, no bloating, foul breath or headache. Pape's Diapepsin is noted for its speed in regulating upset stomachs. U is the surest, quickest and mosi certain indigestion remedy in the whole world aud besides it Is harm- less. Millions of men and women now eat their favorite foods without know Pape's Diapensin will save them from any stomach misery. Please for your sake, get a largo fifty-cent ease of Pape's Diapepsin from any drug store and put your stomach right. Don't keep on being Is too are. not here long, so make your stay amity, ivucui agreeable. Hal what you like and of last digest it; enjoy it, without dread of rebellion in the stomach. Pape's Diapepsin belongs in your Fire did damage to the cold storage plant of Plavelle, Ltd., Lind- say, Ont. BURDETT (From the Bow Island Undismayed by the failure met with in its preliminary move for a con- solidated school district, Burdett has never lost sight of its objective, and in taking up the matter with renew- ed vigor the trustees of the school vere convinced that when its advant- iges were better understood and re- cognized, consolidation wo.uld he treat- ed-in an altogether different spirit. This proved to be the case, and after being taken up with the Department of Education, word has been received hat apparently everything is in or- der and an inspector would be sent down within the next, few clays to make the final arrangements. The school trustees, viz., Messrs. W. M. Reber, A. Hamilton'and B. B. McCal- urn, have, H Is understood, wisely de- cided not to undertake the building of i new school Just at present, but prob- ably with the purchase of one of the rural schools they will make the pres eut 'accommodation suffice for a time Geo. Thicker, ot 24-10-12, off sum merfailow, has secured bushels to the acre. a crop of 44 Measrs. Marine and Petor Bon unloaded on Wednesday a 15-20 In tcrnatlonal engine- and separator which they had purchased through K Brown, the local agent. fjeo. Cropley has got the contrac tor putting up a building at Bow Isl and for Loul Slion. The structure will be two-storey affair, and wtl measure 24 Jt .32. There will also bi an addition 16 x 24. The work, we understand, will commence immeui Wright has-just hit eleventh well in thoSfliSlrict. For some time has been" engaged In finding water for farmers: and In every ven ture to he: 1ms been successful Just recently he got a splendid flow SAYS HOT WATER WASHES POiSONS FROM THE LIVER Everyone should drink hot water with phosphate In It, before breakfait. home anyway, should one of your rani- something which don't agree with thenr. or In case of an attack of indigestion, dyspepsia, gastritis or quickest, relief known dition in order to cope with the con- Advertisement. To feel as fine as the proverbial fiddle, we must keep the liter washed j clean, almost ovcry morning. In pre- j vent, its spongcj-like pores from clog- Eing with indigestible material, sour bile and poisonous toxins, says a not- ed physician. i If you get headaches, it's your liver, i If you catch cold easily, it's.your liv- er. H you wake up with-a bad taste, furred tongue, nasty breath or stom- ach becomes .rancid, it's your liver. Sallow skin, muddy complexion, wa- tery' eyes al! denote liver uncleanli- neas. Your liver is the most Import- ant, also the moat abused and neglect- ed organ of the .body. Few-know its function or how to release the dam- med-up-body .bile and toxins. Most folks resort to violent calomel, which !s u dangerous, salivating chemical which'can only 'be'used oc- casionally .because, it accumulates In the tissues, also attacks tho bones. man. and woman, sick or j well, should drink each morning be- fore breakfast, a glass of hot water with a teaspoonl'ul of limestone phos- phate in it, to wash from the liver and bowela the previous day's indi- gestible material, the poisons, sour bile and toxins; thus cleansing, sweetening and freshening the en- j tire alimentary canal before putting r more food into the stomach. Limestone phosphate doea' not re-: strict-the-diet like culomel, because i it can not salivate, for it IB harmless, and you can eat anything afterwards. I It Is inexpensive and almost taste- j less, and any pharmacist will sell you! a quarter, pound, which is sufficient' for a .demonstration of how hot water and limestone phosphate, cleans, stim-' ulates and freshens tho liver, keeping- you feeling fit day in and day out. .1. U. Higliibothaui Co., 'Oruggfeti, I ,otli bridge. Adf. Germany Gets None of Belgian Relief Conditions of Agreement with Neutral Relief Commission respected by Germany When the Belgian Relief Commission was organiitd, Britain intUted fbit Germany guarantee not lo touch a particle of the food impprttd_ by the Com- mission for UK Belgians. This guarantee, given to the American bnnnesj men who are the CJecntive heads of the Commission, has been respected because its violation reported at once and would rome toe whole neutral world. So each contributor to the Belgian Relief Fund may feel perfectly sure that every pound food which his: money has helped to purchase, baa gone, directly to the Belgians. No Dollars in the world are heefled tore-will be handled better-or will eta more vital the dollars jvhich it js yoiir privilege to give to the Belgian Relief Fnnd.' Whatever you feel you can yonr subscription weekly, uionthly.or m ouc lump sum, to Local or Provincial Committees, or SendChtnnts I Relief fund Feeds a families can you undertake to feed till the is over? U ;