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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 22, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE SIX THE LETHBUIDGE DAILY HERALD THURSDAY, 0CTOBEH 22, MM Old, Family Cough Remedy, Home-Mads Prepared Costs Very Lltttci bet In Prorapt, Sure MAJOR GENERAL E. A, H. ALDEKSON, C.B. By making this oliMime coujrh svrup home you not only pave about as compared with the rendy-uKide kind, but you will nlso have a much more prompt ami positive remedy every It overcomes the usual coughs, throat and cheat colds in 24 even whooping is excel- lent, too, for bronchitis, bronchi ill asth- ma, hoarseness and spasmodic croup. Get from any drug store 'ounces of Pinex (50 cents wortht, pour it into a Iti-mmee bottle and 1111 the bottle with plain pniTiulated sugar syrup. Full di- rections with Pinex. Keeps perfectly and tastes Rood. You can feel this take hold of a or cold in a way thai means business It ?uickly loosens the dry, hoarse or pain- ul cough, and also heals the inflamed membranes. It also has n remarkable effect in overcoming the persistent loose by the formation of phlejrm in the'throat and bronchial tubes. The effect of pine on the membranes is known by almost every one. Pinex is a most valuable concentrated compound of genuine Norway pine extract, combined with puaiacol and other natural healing pine elements. There ere manv worthless imitations A guarantee of absolute satisfaction or monev promptly refunded, goes with this preparation. The Pinex Co., ronto, Ont How to Get Rid Of Dyspepsia Don't Rely on Modicino; Don't Go on Freak Diet; Common Sense and an Antacid Usually All That Are Needed "If you have dyspepsia. Indigestion, lour stomach, belching, distress after eating, heartburn or any other stom- ach trouble due to hyperacidity- {the usual cause of stomach you should take no medicine to act upon the stomach itself. That Is positively not the way to cure the trouble. Again, you should not htlf starve yourself iy going without the nutritious food tiiat you need to rebuild waste tissues. Some foods are not good for people even when in perfect rich, sweet, highly seasoned dishes. Avoid these, but eat fairly substan- tial meals of rolain foods. Eat slowjy. Even if you drink nothing but water, you should not drink with meals. _ Drink .before and after eating. Bo not taks pepsin or other artificial digest- anlfi. If you follow the foregoing sim- Who is to command the Canadian Expeditionary Force now training i England. He served in the Beer War in 1SS1, the Egyptian War, Nile Expe- dition, Mashonalaud luid South Africa in 1901. YJ.CJ. (Peterboro Below will be found a copy of the first report forwarded by islr. H. A. Pearson, assistant secretary of the West And Young Men's Christian As- sociation, Toron'to, who accompanied the Canadian troops Irom Valcartier to England. It was sent to the Y. M. C. A. at Toronto, and as Mr. Pearson is a. former Peterborough mani trill te of interest to the peo- ple here "My first three days aboard have :een as full of new experiences as an oyster is full of meat. And how God's' for our work has been manifest- ed 3 received permission from Col. -to-, hold service this (Sua- day) morning in the second cabin sa- iloon, and found it full of men when I went down at. 10 o'clock. They VK, sang-Keck of 'Stand Up for reii will not need any medicine at al and.oltr other hvmns with ih except, if you irant to call it medi .cinema little antacid after meals. Tb; best 'antacid is ordinary blsuratei magnesia, which can purchased a any drag store. This is not to ac the stomach fcut on the contents of tbe stomach. The antacid, as yon can learn, by consulting your dictioa ary or encyclopedia, is. merely to neu tralize-or counteract the excess ack so the stomach can digest .the fooi normally. Take a teaspoonf ul of bi surated magnesia in a little cold Hot water after each, meal. You shoult get immediate relief, evea if yonr case is severe. Careful, moderate eat ing and the use of bisurated magnesia should, pat your stomach in nbrma condition in K short time; if you have not allowed dyspepsia advance to tile extreme stage of developing eto- m'ach ulcers. PROTEST ABOUT SEIZURE New York, Oct Standard Oil Cq.'s steamer Platuria, flying the American flag; has beea veiled by British, warships off the coast of Scotland, and taken to Stor- noway, according to a cablegram re- ceived here to'day by the cbmpaay ffcoiri her eaptaia. The Standard Oil has requested the State depart- ment to make another protest on the leisure .of the Platuria, which Is iden- the company states, with the cir- cumstances attending the seizure oi the Brindilla The Platnria, formerly the German steamer Dimanat, coaog ed her flag shortly before sailing from .New York on October 5. Hints on Hair Health It you use trcttnwat we will Cither stop your hair from falllHg oc for tho treatment ourselves. TOO YOUNG, SAID K. OF K. Boy Runaway From Wanted to Join Army HomIr. Churchill in Ant- meant in his ovn life Whi'e I He is in undress .uniform. He writing this, he is awav looking for jhas stepped out of his hojel onto his biother, concerning whose spiri- tual welfare he is: anxious, and will bring him here that God's plan may he explained. books had not arrived, and I worried lidewalk. He holds in.'his left as Americans would call it, a dinner napkin. He has just left his place" at the table in the midst of a general dinner to come out to the sidewalk to listen expression, on his face and his. whale a great deal last evening because I barmg-8how his Ths must have with 300 bpoks. Every plan secure f is a contagioQa a microbe, ivtach if not baldnau. Toa Jniraoba oltea frwa n. cranh oc fanwh belons30g to someone else. If you are doubled with dacdroff, Itehiiig ecalp, faUicK hair, or boldness, we that Rewll 33 EeS Tonic will do any timig ass to remove tie dandruff, destroy tha Verm, iraka the scalp healthy sad Mop falling hsir, and, i! thetela any left ID the Toots, elso promoto jtowth of new hair. We bdieva that probably 65 per Cent of the cases of baldness could fca overcome if people would only Reull "93" Hair Tonic foe ft joisoiuble time, is directed. We don't want you to take our wbtd for this. We want you to test tlw merits of Rosli "03" Hair Tonic at our If you use it and uot Ratisfaction, just come back to us and tell us, and wo will immediately hand bsck to you the money you pBid You promise nothing, mgn nothing your mere word will be takei for it. We dependent upon yonr con- CdenoB and we would VOt make these claims, or this 4fer if wo did not believe that Hair Tonic us tie -very beat hair aUoayoucanuso. Twosfeeiof Wo Md 00 buy KexaU "S3" Hiir Tonic e eoaataimty only at our store: O. Hlfilnbotham A Co., Limited. service this morairs Brltish First cf Atimirsltv is ind only five to the openiiig gtms that the beginning of the German werp. Historic Dinner "At the interrupted dinner, Mr. Churchill being the guest.of honor, were also; the Belgian Premier and one toast, the Dinner throughout being un? der the sound of the giina. The Belgian Premier arose and s'aid something "like .his: "Even in this honr of anxiety and peril, this hour when the calamity of war draws so we must propose one toast. Let -us lift oas-glasses to qur welcome guest, assuring him. In, such feahle way as is possible to ua, of bur imperishable gratitude to Bri- tain for what she ia doing for Bel- gium. "Only a' scrap of paper bade Eng-' land to come aid yet England! What hare our; allies from i m across, the Channel to gain? Do they f seek. land or other material profit? As we see it, they fight wholly for principle, for those too weak'to defend themselves, for the reign of law and righteousness and peace, hot only In Europe but throughout the world. "The toast as .pronounced was drank." failure. 1 prayed for on the fortifications of "Ant anee, but dreamt that I stood 'before a thousand men, having announced a song serviccr-and no books. But while I was dressing this morning a ship's officer tapped on my door and _u- wished to know 11 I could use oOO hymn books woich had discovered in some corner. Could I use them. Well "And so has He blessed the __ a thousand ways. Here is C- liis "brother, and then there are the boys m the hospital below to onderlul opportunities sn't it while A IUSTRSANS AND GERMANS WERE' NEVER DEPORTEp fflfontreal, Oct was made knffwn today that 200 Germans and Austrians, -who had bpes ordered deported, never left the city, and are at large. The outbreak of war pre- sented their deportation, and it is claimed they were not held Aeiing-SIa-yor Vandolac also hag or- dered the DOlice to round up all for- eigners and seize found upon them or in their homea. "ORY'S COCOA maintains the vigor and the bloom of youth because it is the most nourishing "food-drink "in thewprld. Every cup is brimful of buoyant health in concentratedL form. Withal, of delicate and enticing flavor, it bespeaks the care :and skill that have been taken since 1728 to make FRY'S.a cocoa of exceeding fineness and purity. Always ask for FRY'S. Trade SuopHed by ASi FRY 3O1NS, Limited Tniro, Montreal, Toronto, Winnipeg. Calfuy. Edmonton. Vancouvw, Victoria BOW ISLAND destroyed hy rim firf lias cccn- Imenced to rebuild. His biiiidiiig when Bow Island, Oct The building! completed will be 25x70 with a full hems ereuteu for the Bow Island basement and will be brick veneer, Hardware company is now nearly completed it. will be used as a completed and their stock of hardware are movm, The build- 1 The Sweet Little Man. (Oliver Wendell Holmet) (Dedicated to the Stay-at-Hqme Rangen) AH braro boys under cauvas.are All of them with the van, Far from the home where their sweethearts are weeping, What are you waiting little man? Tou with the ftrrihlo .warlike moustaches, Fit for a colonel or chief of a clan, You with the waist made for and sashes, Where are your shoulder-straps, sweet little man? Bring him the bisttonlcas garment of woman! Cover hlE lace Jest it freckle ana tan; IS. f Airoo-StraiB Quarts on the Common, That is the corps for the sweet littls man! Give him for escort a file of joung misses Cach of them armed with a deadly rattan' They shall defend hta from, laughter and hisses Alined by low boje at the meet little man. AH the fair maidens about him shall cluster, Pluck tho white feathers from bonnet and 'fan Make him a plums like a. turkey-wing Thmt ii oreat'tor tho sweet little maul ing is located on Main street'on pro-Irish, pcrty purchased from the Citizens! Lumber company Sir. F W Brown is the manager of the new 'concern; Chuck Chuen whose, building was tract secured by Mr. Max Geld- Lome Longman is shipping his stock to Manitoba for the winter. James Oiquist and B. E. Luck- Cample of PjranilU mailed freo for trial gi Itching, .Pile Ttomcfly cs quick rslfaf, or 'protruding piled, hemorrhoids and all rcctnl troubles, In the privacy of -your faomo. lOc a box at nil tlrnaglsta. far bUl with free In plain wrapper. TREE SAHPLE COUPON BAMID JDBUG COMPAMY. I Pjr.mld BIdg.. Mich. JElnclir send mo a Free of FrrOKd Plto In Dlala wrapper, Name StrMt i City............... hardfi motored to Swift Current oil Sunday and have not as yet return- "Mrs. Schonert has moved to town for tho winter. JVIauy of the people who left, here for Saskatchewan ior harvest have returned and say that things are nearly as bad there as here and that they are glad to {jet back; Several of the ..citizens of Bow Isl- and'have formed themselves into an association known as Bow Island Rifje association and have applied- to ths Government for rifles. By all. ap- pearancss they will he a lively when they'receive tho rifles, and am- munition Did you see any Germans W. J. Oliver's now house is about completed and intends to move his family here Winnifred this week. Although Earl Long, a young boy llvfng at Sussex, N.B., was terribly injured iu au i.C.R. he will recover, VON-KLUCK BEHOVED Oct. to wounded German officers who are prisoners in a hospital ia ETngland, peneral Slxt -von Arnjm has -suc- ceeded Genera! von Kluck in com-, mand of tho right wlng'of tho German army in Trance. It. Is asserted that this change 'was made two days after the battle of the Marne. MiLKEO COW "UNDER FIRE tendon, Oct. 10 'fby mail to New York, Oct. coolest-thing f ever saw in action was that of a big Highlander, who: under rifle and shell fire, to get something for his wounded mates to drink whsii iho 'watar ran says Private Clarke of the King'j Royal Rifle5, In a letter honje. The standard of quality because based on long expefierice aad faiiilt of best materials Bufft to burn natural 'haye; every convenience, every time and gas econo- mizing device. See the McClary dealer. m MADE-IN-CANAPA by McKeowii Hardware Co. ;