Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 11, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta
PAGE SIX v THE LETHBRlDfiE DAILY UliHALD WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 11, 19N5 (From Our Own Correspondent) CardBton, Oct.. services for the little son'Of Mr. anil .Mrs. Hugo Weiss were conducted by the Church ot England at the home yesterday af- ternoon'at 2 o'clock. The sympathy of the townspeople is extended to the bereaved parents. Last evening there was a very en- joyable program given by Joseph Uon- ifer and pupils in the assembly hall, the proceeds being devoted to the Hed Cross and Patriotic Fund. The event was a decided success in a musical way and was deserving much better patronage than was accorded it. Those who contributed to the pro- gram' were Mr. Conner, 31essrs. A. S. Smith. J. Smith, A. B. Cure and Jos. Bouner in male ciuartette, 'Miss Lute Steed, Z. W. Jacobs. R. Biereus. Eda Olsen, Mrs. E. Ferguson and 0. Snow. RACING CAR UPSET IN ASTOR CUP RACE PERSONALS. Well-known Women. Chatham, was sick for aboul four years. Got Tery weak, could not Cat to amount tc anything. 1 goi very thin and nar no 'strength at all I W93 Tcry much discouraged at 1 was never going ia get better." I (r could not walk a block without feel- all tired-out. :qok different medicines but did not get the help I needed. A friend of mine adrised me to try Dr. Pierce's Fay orite Prescription. I began to take it with the 'Pleasant Pellets' aad by tha time I had token two bottles I was well on the road to recovery, and in six months I was entirely well. My appetite came back and I gained in flesh. Nowlam_aa strong and healthy as any one could wish to be. I owe it all to Dr. Pierced med- icines and I am glad of the opportunity Athabasca, Altn.. Oct. explo- sion of an oil lamp In a patient's room ibout 5 a.m. on Sunday started a lire which destroyed the Sacred Heart hos- pital here and caused the ileiith of .hree patients, Mrs. Olson, n blind and paralyzed old lady 59 years ot age; wo fecble-miuiled children. Elizabeth McLeod. aged 9, and Alice Allon, aged 14. By heroic efforts ot Sister Elolse and other members of the hospital j staff, all the other patients were safe-1 !y rescued from the blazing rooms and smoke-clouded corridors, and are now i under a doctor's care at the Athabasca hotel. remarkable photo taken during the mile of the Astor Cup Race a Sheenshead Bav Speedway, New York on September 30th. showing KucKstall crawmig out from beneath his car after it had turned turtle. He was slightly injured. v blocs i I to IN AI CALGARY have done wonders for rBEUlA PAKSEB, 141 E. King St. -Chatiam, have taken Dr. Pierce'e medicine) with good results. I iris weak and run down, lost my appetite and got rery thin. I took 'Favorite Prescription' and 'Pleasant Pellets' and Ihess two medicines built me up in a, Tery short, space of time so that I felt as ivcll 'as ever. I found them to be all that la recommended of them; they arc ilES WM. WEESB, Cor. Taylor Grand E., Chatham, Ont. Every woman who hag backache, head- ache, low spirits, sleepless nights, owes it to herself to speedily overcome the [rouble Before a breakdown causes prostration. Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription T3 a non-alcoholic remedy that any ailing troman can safely take because it is pre- pared from roots and herbs with jiycerine, containing tonic Calgary, Oct. clash between several hundred soldiers and the piq- uet, about 10.SO Saturday night, cre- ated great excitement on Eighth ave- nue, and for n time rumors' spread thick and fast of a general riot. As a result one man, Sergt. Twigg, of the military police, is in the hospital with a badfy lacerated scalp wound and other wounds on the head and face; Mike Lozeyk. a soldier, is locked up on and another soldier, who had been ap- prehended by the piquet, -vas last seen, hatless and with his hands hand- cuffed behind his back, legging It for dear life up the alley back of the Hudson's Bay store. Don't Stay Gray! It Darkens So Nat- You can turn gray, faded hair oeau- night if you'll get a 50-cent bottle of London, Oct. 10. The Wireless Press has received word from ..Madrid, by way of Home, that the Spanish government 1ms given definite orders prohibiting the revictualliug of sub- marines iii Spanish waters. A num- ber of torpedo boats have? arrived at Palma. anil are patrolling the Balearic Island, in the western Mediterranean. Some important coal development is Com- i being done at Taher this fall, accord- ins of! ins to W. A. Aubin. who is in the city hntTies of this old famous Sage Tea today. The Regi! Collieries have improved by the addition ot leased the White Ash mines and have "Wveth's and Sulphur pound" at any drug store. A school will he established within a few weeks at Piquitona, northern terminal of the Hudson's Bay railway, according to J. A. Campbell, commis- sioner to 1. A. Campbell, commissioner sioner for Rupert's Land. Many men workin" on the railroad construction nave their families with them, and want to send their children to school. Other schools will be established soon moved their modern plant to these premises. They will also sink shafts on the western halt of Section S, and will erect 'a plant there also. Be- tween the two plants the company ex- pects to mine between SOD nnd 1000 niing laaeu tons of coal per day. The new branch them because after one or two line to the mines from the C.P.R., the Uleui, _ le u-ill other ingredients, are sold annually, says a well known druggist here, be- cause it darkens the hair so naturally and evenly that no one can tell it has been applied. Those whose hair is turning gray or becoming faded have n surprise await- ing applications the gray hair vanishes and your locks become dark and beau- This is the age of youth. Gray-hair- ed unattractive folks aren't wanted around, so get busy with Wyeth's Sage and Sulphur Compound tonight and you'll be delighted with your dark, handsome hair and your youthful.ap- pearance within a few days. This preparation is a toilet requis- ite and is not intended for the cure, mitigation or prevention of grading for which is completed, will have steel now very shortly. FOR THE NEXT 10 DAYS FOR THE NEXT 10 DAYS No Reasonable Offer Refused Prints. Ginghams, Crepes. Lawn, etc.'Reg. 17.and 20c. 7 yards Rqoks and Eyes, 6 cards for 25c Pearl Buttons, 3 cards for.. IQc Pearl Buttons. Reg. lOc for 5c Men's Shirts. All sizes. Regular 95c Children's Blue and Khaki Over- alls...........50c ancl 65c Boys' Braces, pair JOc 15c Boys' Lined Leather Mitts, a pair...........25c and 35c Girls' Dresses at, each.....50c Ladies' Gunmetal Buttoned Boots Eeg.-S3.75 Sizes 3, 4, A large shipment of chidren's toques, sweaters mitts and gloves. Also men's lined leather mitts and gloves just arrived and must be all cleared out before October 24th. THE CASH STORE 41G Thirteenth St. N. On Saturday S. Bacon Hillocks, M. L.A.. president of the Southern Alber- ta .branch., of the BiitisU Sailors' Re- lief present at a meeting in the .mayor's office when the Leth- tridge branch was formed. This fund is endeavoring to -raise In Canada- Ot this Southern Alberta is to raise oE which Letlibridge's share is ?3000. The officers of the Lethbridge branch are: D. Jj. Hardie, chairman, Mrs. R. T. Brymner and 'Mr. G. R. Marnoch, vice-chairmen; executive committee, Supt. Pennefath- er, G. H. Harman, Mrs. J. Norman Ritchie, 31. Freeman, A. M. Grace, J. D. Higinbotham, and Judge Jackson. .Mrs. Ritchie and -Mrs. Brymner were requested to ask the Daughters of the Eimyire to make a house-to-house can- vass. On Trafalgar Dar a tas day will be held purposes and halt of the money raised will go to the new fund. Mayor Hardie addressed the audience at the Orpheum theatre Monday night asking support; for the fund. OPEN WINTER'S PROGRAM (From Our Own Correspondent) Raymond, Oct. evening the Mutual Improvement associations of the Church of Jesus Christ-of Latter Day Saints begin their joint work for the winter. The opening.will take the form of socials, which will be held in every ward in the Taylor stake. To- night an association will be organized in the Lethbridge ward. Z. N. Skou- son, president ot the Y.M.M.I.A., and Mrs. Weed, president of the Y.L.iVI.T. A., will be present at a meeting and social which will be held there this evening in the church, when the Mutual work will be inaugurated for the first time in Lethbridge. Lieut. Geoffrey Snow, a son cf Mr. A'. J. Russell Snow, Toronto, is reported missing, believed killed. He was only twenty-two and was a fourth year student at Toronto Univcrsity before -ha got a commission in the 48th Highlanders. CLARKE CO. THIS IS SPLENDID SUIT WEATHER We are selling more suits than for many past, but not al- together on account of the weather. Weather help? of course, but the outstanding features of style, workmanship, quality of materials and' extreme moderation In price embodied In this season's suits are the things that make women want them. SPLENDID VARIETY NOW ON DISPLAY IN LIGHT, MEDiUM AND DARK COLORS AND IN A FULL RANGE OF SIZES FROM 16 RIGHT UP TO 46. THE LADIES' STORE Phone 453 AcadiaBlk Handsome Serge and Chev- iot Suits, Navy, black, brown and green. Convert tble collars thai look well, up or down Belied at wafst. Skirts made in plain flare with bell and shirring. Gray Tweed and Worsted Suits, to Handsome styles In very serviceable materials. Sizes range up to 44. Excep- tional values at the different prices. Lovely Broadcloth and Venetian Broadcloth Suits to The dressiest garments of the season in various handsome styles. Braided and fur trimmed. Only one of a kind. Finest Segre Suits. Like Your Tailor Makes, Better workmanship and i'it and much less pxpense. Very dressy, fine serge in navy, brown and black. More New Plush Coats to Handsome styles that were intended for Thanks- giving but missed it by a few days. Just to hand this morning by express. SMARTEST LOOSE AND BELTED STYLES OF FINEST AND MOST DE- PENDABLE PLUSH, PLAIN AND FUR TRIM- MED. V IF] Our Own Correspondent) JIagrath. Oct. order to keep in line with the times, the Magrath Trading Co., a local corporation with R. W. Bradshaw as president, are go- ing to erect an up-to-date store build- ing. The building, which will be of JEWISH FEAST OF The Jewish Feast of Tabernacles opens today, and the local Jews are holding special services in comme- moration of the ancient rite. Accord- ing to the Bible the feast lasted only seven days. In tho course of time, however, the feast "was lengthened to brick structure, will he built by Thos. niue ,ast two bejng The Stubbs. cunt! actor, at a figure of ap- day Solemn Assembly proximately Mr. Stubbs is erecting several sub- homes in Magrath. which in- dicates the prosperity of the people, and 'causes a remembrance of olden he Feast of Conclusion, and tho Day if the Rejoicing for the Law. Succoth, means booths, and the name owes its origin to the fact that in this feast many families build fes- .ive booths ire served, pie will spend all the days of the feast Stop Eating Meat for Awhile if Your Bladder is Troubling You. When you wake up with a backache and dulfmisery in the kidney region it generally means you have been eat- ing too much meat, says a well known authority. Meat forms uric acid which overworks the kidneys in their effort to filter it from the blood and they be- come sort of paralyzed' and loggy. When your kidneys get sluggish and clog you must relieve them, like you relieve your bowels; removing all the body's urinous waste, else you have backache, sich headache, dizzy spells; your stomach sours, tongue is coated, and when the weather is bad you have rheumatic twinges. :The urine is cloudy, full of sediment, channels of- ten get sore, water scalds and you are obliged to seek relief two or three times during the night. Either consult a good reliable physi- cian at once or get from your pharm- acist about four ounces of Jad Salts, take a tablespoonful in a glass of water before breakfast for a few days and your kidneys will then act fine. This famous salts is made from the acid of grapes and lemon juice, com- bined with lithia, and has been used for generations to clean and stimu- late sluggish kidneys, also to neutral- ize acids in the urine so it no longer irritates, thus ending bladder weak- ness. Jad Salts is a life saver for regular meat'eaters. It is inexpensive, cannot Injure and makes a delightful, effer- vescent lithia-water D. Hig- inbotham Co., Ltd., Druggists, Letlibridge, ENLIST NOW With 239th BATT. RAILWAY CONSTRUCTION CORPS LT.-COL. J. W. STEWART IN COMMAND This popular battalion will require 100 more men from Alberta. TEAM3TERS, TRACKMEN, BRIDGEMEN AND CARPENTERS This maybe your last "chance to go along and help to consol- idate the positions how being won by the Allies. LETHBR1DGE RECRUITING OFFICE 112 FIFTH STREET. S. CALGARY RECRUITING OFFICE 702 CENTRE STREET, CALL OR WRITE FOR FULL PARTICULARS GOO-SAVE THE KING n which the holiday meals In some cases pious peo- iving in hooth in order to give iteral fulfilment io the injunction, 'In booths shall ye dwell seven days." Halifax, Oct. Mayor H. S. Colwell received a request from tho naval authorities tonight to have the city take actioii In regard to extin- guishing street lights and having cur- tains (drawu over windows. The re- quest was emphasized with the state- ment-Unit it was precaution- ary measure, in consequence of the presence of one or more enemy sub- marines on the coast. Prompt action was taken hy the authorities. The deputy mayor notified the police, .and hy telephone and motorcycle the word' was passed-quickly around; and acted upon with commendahle promptness. Lights at the terminals were the first to go out. MODEL BAKERY BREAD "Just liko Mother to Ask Your Grocer or Phone and the Rig Will Call N. J. Schweitzer, Prop.