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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 25, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 25, 1910 THE LETHBniDGK DAILY HICRA1.D PAGE FIVE Dp you want to make good coffee today, tomorrow and the next day Try, Try, a Tr-i-colator 50 each Demonstrator A. Johnson's Store Tomorrow PHONE 1224 ,The Mcment "Rape's Dlaptpiln" Reaches the Stomach All Distress Goes. Ma comrades three white feathers, supplemented by u fourth from his Ilaucoo, tlio last symbol or. cowardice given him. He is stung to the quicK and goes to Egypt, where the war is on between the English and the Arabs and enlists an a Greek. Tho screen j drama gives all the episodes at his career at the scene of strife, his val- orous deed, whereby lie saves from death by torture his three comrades, his recovery ot valuable documents, and other acts of unusual heroism, forces from his comrades just recog- nition of Ills heroism, and they demand the return of their feathers. In relin- quishing them, the hero demands that they be returned to his fiancee. Upon his return to England he finds her waiting for her feather, and a wedding ring is the ultimate reward that binds them together. Mrs. Win. McNIoliol lias gone to Banff for a couple of weeks. The Auditorium club lias issued in- vitations for u dance to be held in the K. P. hall, Thursday, Nov. 2. Mrs. Stanley Dunue of Natalie, Que., has arrived ill the city to spend a month with her mother, Mrs. .Minor. Dominion Rebekah Lodge No. 41 will meet in the I. O. O. P. hall to- morrow evening at 8 o'clock. The degree will be conferred. Visiting He. bekahs are always welcome. Mrs. R. B. Skeith'8 mother and siB- ter, Mrs. H. H. Jenks and .Miss JenJts of Seattle, who have been sjieudlng a f, USE SUE 1EA Here's Grandmother'! Recipe to Dirk- en and Beautify Faded Hair. That beautiful, even aliadu of (lurk gloasy hair can only lie had brewliiK a mixture of Saga Toa and Sulphur. Your hulr In your charm. It makes or mars the face. When it fades, turns grey or strcakud, just an application or two of Sage and Sulphur enhiuicus its appearance a hundredfold. Don't bother to prepare the mixture; you can get this famous old recipe im- proved by the addition of other Ingred- ients for 50 cents a lurge bottle, all ready for use. It is called Wyoth's Sage and Sulphur Compound. This cai always be depended upon to bring back the natural color aim lustre ol your hair. Everybody uses "Wyeth'n" Sage and Sulphur Compound now because i' darkens so naturally and evenly that nobody can toll it has been applied month In the city, have left for Wash- you simply dampen a sponge or soft Do some foods you eat hit hack- taste good, but work badly; ferment into stubborn lumps and cause a side, sour, gassy stomach Now, Mr. or Mrs. Dyspeptic, jot this down: Panes niapepsin digests everything, leaving nothing to sour and upset you. There never was anything ao safely quick, so certainly effective. No difference how badly your stomach is disordered you will get happy relieC in five minutes but what pleases you most is that It strengthens and regulates your stom- ach so you can eat your favorite foods without tear. Most remedies give you relief some- arc slew, but not sure. Dlapopstn" Is quick, positive Winnipeg, Man.. Oct. and puts your stomach In a healthy friends in exclusive social circles condition so the misery won't come were surpriaea to learn yesterday back. rj they will spend The Federated Trades Railroad are holding a Bociai and dance "in St. Mary's hall on Thursday evening. A splendid program has been arranged and a good time is expect- ed. Tho Women's Civic cluli will be in jharge of T. B. Keith's store on Third avenue on. Saturday afternoon, tea will be served and a percentage of the goods sold will be given to the club. The engagement is announced of Miss Zetta B. Harrison of the hospital staff, Yorkton, Saskatchewan, to Mr. James W. Moreash, of Macleod, Al- berta, the marriage to take place ia Calgary early in November. The Daughters of the Empire are reminded that they have been invited to attend the lecture tonight at 8 o'clock in the Y.M.C.A. that Mrs. Ed- wards of Macleod is giving on "Laws Relating to Women" under the aus- pices of the Mathesls club. Mrs. J. T. Graham, who is the wor- brush with It and draw ibis through the hair, taking one small strand at a time; lly morning the gray hair lias disappeared, and after another appli- cation it becomes beautifully dark and appears glossy and lustrous. Tins preparation is a deligtit ful toilet requisto for those who desire i dark hair and a youthful appearance. It is not intended for the cure, miti- gation or prevention of D. Higinbotham Ltd.. Druggists. Go now make the best investment nere say that he has gone to the front, you ever' made, by getting a large He is a son of W. V. McMillan, of the fifty cent case of Pape's Grain Exchange, ana a nephew of Sir from any drug store. You realize in Daniel McMillan. Mrs. McMillan is five minutes how needless it IB to a daughter of Mrs. H..C. McGoodwin, suffer from indigestion, dyspepsia or mn her family came from Louisville. any stomach Ky., and is one of the oldest in the Wy., and is one of the oldest in the south. What the Press Agents Say AtStsrland Many and strange were the adven- tures that befell Lord Loyeland, scion of a famous English family who, find- ing himself penniless on rising one morning donned his monocle and pair of spats and with as much money as be could borrow, set sail for the land of opportunity. Lord Loveland stepped Into his first Calgary, Oct. sensational re- I port in connection with the alleged; poisoning of a well at Red Deer has been furnished Ottmvs by the pro- that Mrs. Mary Louise McMlllau, now i thy grand matron of the Alberta or- The W. M. S. Auxiliary of Wesley church will hold the regular monthly meeting In the ladies' parlor tomor- row night at 8 o'clock, following a crusade and a special rally of ladies Is asked for. A splendid program has been prepared and will be followed by a social hour. The .proceeds of the whist drive that the Daughters and Maids of England are holding tonight In the S. O. B. hall at 8 o'clock will be sent the 187th, which before coming Calgary, was stationed at Red Deer. The water for some sections of the unit, while it was at Red Deer, came from (a certain well on the bank of the Red Deer river and an analysis of the water taken on July 6' showed It contained of colon bacilli per cubic centimetre. fen Down Typhoid Ten men of the .battalion who had drunk some of the water afterwards developed typhoid fever and one case, .J. aeVCIOpeU upllulll levei aim uuc to Oapt. Plummer for the fund that s d d ved fatal .owing to pre-i being solicited to buy Christmas gifts yentive measnreo whlch W8re taltBn for the Canadian soldiers. After the fl f h diseage was checked. -1 ...t.i-i .l_t__ Jt.n..n will lie ilnncinfi'. A __ I IF TONGUE: is COATED, BREATH BAD, STOMACH SOUR, CLEAN LIVER.AND BO.WELS Give ''California Syrup of Pigs" at once_a teaspoonfui today often saves ,wliist drive there will be dancing. A meeting of all the members is called at 7.30 tonight Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Drader and niece, 'Miss Martin, otChatham. Ont. adventure almost as noon as he set a sick child tomorrow, loot In America, as is evidenced in if your little one is out-of-sorts, half- "Lord Loveland Discovers I sick, isn't resting, eating and acting in a Mutual Masterpiece, De Luxe Edi-' Mother! see if tongue tlon showing at the Starland theatre is co.ated. This Is a sure sign thtt its today-and tomorrow. This unusually little' stomach, liver and bowels are interesting picture, filmed from the clogged with waste. When cross, irri- famous book of same name from table, feverish, stomach sour, the pens of C. N. and A. M. William- j bad or ,haa stomach-ache, diarrhoea, non was screened at the American sore throat, full of cold, give a tea- studios- and presents Arthur Maude, spoonful of "California Syrup ot Figs, and in a few hours all the constipated poison, undigested food and sour bile gently moves out of its ilittle bowels without griping, and you have a well, "Lord Love- famous English actor as land." This Masterpiece, De Luxe Edition, is In five parts, the principal scenes being laid In and about New York. At the Empress "Four Feathers" is the first release ot the Dyreda Film Corporation on the playful child again. Mothers can rest easy after giving this harmless "fruit because it never Jails to cleanse the little one's liver and bowels and sweeten the stomach and they dearly love its Metro program, plcturized by J. Searle j pleasant taste. Full directions for bab- Dawley who has made an unusual pic- j las, children of all ages and lor grown- ture of' Captain A. E. W. Mason's i ups printed on each bottle, thrilling fiction work. It tells the story Beware of counterfeit fig of a younr man, who by reason of your druggist tor a 50-cent bottle fear, fails to respond to his country's ot "California Syrup of .then rail in time of war. His resignation see that it is made by the "California from the army brings from three of Fig Syrup Help Send Gifts To Our Soldiers THE WOMEN'S CIVIC CLUB ARE TAKING CHARGE OF OUR-8TORe-ON V Saturday Next, Oct. 28 And will retain a percentage of all to be uied in miking up Shpwerfor the Boys at the Front You will get your worth and it the ume time anlit worthy. will have a lot of friih mide pennut buiwr ready for you, KEITH'S THIRD AVENUE BESIDE P.; BURNS CO. A full inquiry followed but no light was thrown on the question as to how the wall became contaminated. Pre- vious ahd subsequent analysis show- ed that' the water was practically pure. The only conclusion arrived at he well was deliberately. who have been the guests of Rev. O. i H. and Mrs. Cobbledlck at parsonage, ,have The only satisfactory feature in con- nection with this matter was .that the water from the well was not supplied to me whole unit, but .only to a few ot the officers and N.C.O.'s. Other- wise the result might have been much more-disastrous. SALTS IS FINE FOR Gal., where they will reside in tu ture. Miss Martin, who has a beantl- ful mezzo soprano voice, sang very effectively last Sunday at Wesley church. Story-book romance had its coun- terpart In real life, when, on October 5.6. Miss Marie Adelaide Judson was married to Haroid Jarvis, the well- known tenor' soloist. Ten years ago Miss Judson, then 17 years old; be- came a pupil of Mr. Jarvis. Her vocal study was not undertaken with a view to public work but her talent has been so fostered by her admiring teacher that she has achieved an en- viable reputation as a vocalist. She is a graduate in instrumental music of the Holy .Rosary took a post graduate course in the same branch at Toronto University. Miss Judson is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Bruce Judson, 133 Hazel- wood Ave., Detroit; and is a member of the church where .Mr. Jarvis is soloist. Mr. Jarvis has been a widower a number of years. His only son died six years ago In Dresden, where he had gone to study. The Boys' Union class of Knox church Sunday school were the hosts at a very delightful, party last .night In honor of their teacher, Mr. W. R. Shearer, who Is leaving on Sunday morning to reside in Tiiw eighteen boys of the class and a num- ber of friends sat down to-a sumptu- ous supper at 6 o'clock after which a very entertaining program was given, consisting of piano selection, by Mrs. Waddington; recitation, John Dsnoon; violin selection, Geoff Waddington; dance, John Oliver; reading, John Crabh; song, Mr. Waddington. Qeorge Marshall acted as chairman very ac- ceptably. But the most important item on the program was tie presen- tation of a handsome gold, mounted fountain pen, suitably to Mr. Shearer by Jamie. Denopn on bo- half of the boys. Then John Oliver announced that he had a surprise for boys, and presented each member of the class wltli a penknife, a part- Ing gift trom's their teacher, who in his speech of thanks for the gift from the said he hoped that he would be back in Lethbridge sometime in the near future. Following the pro- graui, various games were played and much enjoyed. Mr. D. P. Carlyle will succeed Mr. Shearer as teacher ot this class ot young boys. iE Flu'th the Kidneys at Once When Hurt! or Bladder Bothers. No man or woman who eats meat regularly can make a mistake by I flushing the kidneys occasionally, says j a well known authority. Meat forms i uric acid which clogs the kidney pores i so they sluggishly filter or strain only part of the waste and poisons from the blood, then you got sick. Nearly-all I rheumatism, headaches, liver trouble r I rvousness, constipation, dizziness, sleeplessness, bladder disorders come jfrom sluggish kidneys........, The moment you feel, a dull ache in the kidneys or your back hurts, or if the 'urine is cloudy, offensive, full of sediment, irregular of passage or at- tended by a sensation of scalding; get any reliable pharmacy and take a tablespoonful in a glass of water be- fore breakfast for a few days and your kidneys will then act fine. This fan> ous salts is made from the .acid of {rapes' and IVmon juice, combined with llthia and has been used for gen- erations to flush clogged kidneys and stimulate them to activity, also to neutralize the acids in urine so it no longer causes irritation, thus ending Bladder disorders. Jad Salts is Inexpensive and cannot Injure; makes' a dellghtlful effer- vescent llthia-water drint which all regular meat eaters should take now and then to keep the kidneys clean and the blood pure, thereby avoiding serious kidney D. Higinbotham Co., Ltd., Druggists, Lethbridge, Mre. Bessie Adams, who killed her little five-year-old son and herself at Detroit, 'was identified by relatives as the daughter ot James Smltn, a fanner living at Qesto, near Essex, 31 finy'advantages arc to bo sained by you if ymrpiu'chase a-Box of these delicious IS. 0. Apples. Each, and was carefully sel- ected for. show purposes and contains the 1'inosi product of the B. 0. orchards. Extra Special. No. 1 Grade.' This fine assortment offered you are the best winter keeping varieties and include Hpit- Rome Beauties. Grimes Golden, Jonathans, Spies, Wealthys, Winter Stein. Winesaps, Wagners, Cranberry Pippen, Greenings. PHONE 313 CMPRESC Howard Eastbrook in "THE FOUR fUTHERS'V I T <-kWinMT I E. W. Ma.on', Dramatic Novel, who ha. founded thi. th. tymW of Cowardice M fj TONIGHT IJf ihown by The White Feather. It Tonight. JUNE WARFIELO and nn All Star Cut maktl trill wenderful Pietura a real Stirring Acti. All One Price- Per box-- DemonstrationofRuthBeautifiers A-special demonstration of the known heavily- and com- plexion requisites will continue dining this week Also display Clean-0, the perfect cleanei toi white'kid oj hoots L PAINTINGS Continuing- until November 4th we will give one Oil Painting- Free, size 12x20 with every purchase or accumulative pur- chases of that amount and purchase or accumu- lative purchases we will give one Oil Painting Free, size 18x34 in. Save your Sales Slips until or has been purchas- ed then select your oil painting. Prol'esspi1 Burt will be seen daily in our centre show window from 10 to 12 aaii. and 2 to 4 p.m. (fompany. BRITISH SAILORS RELIEF FUND CONCERT AND ENTERTAINMENT MAJESTIC THEATRE Friday, October 27th, at 8.30 PIERROTS TABLEAUX VAUDEVILLE MILITARY AND LOCAL TALENT Admission: Adults 50c, Children 2Sc. Doors, Open 7.45. pan. k ;