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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 27, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta FIUDAYr OCTOBER 27, 1910 DAILY HERALD Sixty Yiiwthi Standard CREAM BAKING POWDffi Made f ram eraamvf tartar derived fran {rapes. NO ALUM TRY A HERALD WANT AD PHONE 1224 WAR VETERAN WHEN YOU HAVE A JOB TD OFFER Please notify lORIML PROVINCIAL COMMITTEE 11 EDMONTON. HowardSfufchbury, Secy, R Returned Soldiers9 Bureau, LKTHBRIDGE, ALBERTA. R. OLIVER. Cttv Clerk. Mrs. Rock .of Chicago, who has boon tho guest of her cousin, P. A. Stoltzo, loft yesterday for San Fran- clfico. Mrs. A. Perry and two children have returned from an extended visit to relatives in Winnipeg. MiaacB .Toariotte1 and Dona Murray have returned from a two months' visit with friends in Ontario. MiSB Ponnefather left this after- noon to spend a week with friends In Mac-lead Mrs. Edward Hagell entertained on Wednesday evening in honor of Mlllard Roblson, of the 78th Depot Battery, who is ,leaving tomorrow to attend the artillery school at i ton. The Women's Civic club wHl be in charge of T, E. Keith's store tomor- row and will receive a percentage on the goods sold. Afternoon tea will be served and a table of .home cooking will be on sale at 3 o'clock. At tho meeting last night in the Oddfellows1-hall it was cided to give the proceeds :0f their bazaar, 18th, to a fund for the Oddfellows' Orphans Home in Alber- ta. Ten per cent of the proceeds will go to the local Red Cross fund. A dance will be given Tuesday ev- ening next at the Empire hotel Winter Garden In aid of the Returned Veter- ans. be from to 2 o'clock and the patronesses are Lady Lougheed and Miss Norma Calgary Albertan. 'Lougheed, Mrs. A. Southard, Mies Jean Regan and Miss Norma Stokes. Your Telephone Will Reach the Finest MEATS in the JOIN THE LARGE LIST OF PARTICULAR PEOPLE WHO DO BUSINESS WITH US BY PHONE AND ARE PLEASED. THIS WEEK OUR SHOP IS SHOWING A VERY CHOICE LINE OF Spring Chickens, Spring Veal, Young Pork and Mutton Our Pure Pork Sausage is in a class by itself. The ALBERTA MEAT MARKET Hopkins, Pi-op. Phone 492 THE OLDEST ESTABLISHED MEAT MARKET IN THE CITY. Tho Daughters and Maids of Eng- land have arranged to hold a Halo of work on Saturday, Nov. 4th. Tho pro- ccuda will bo given to tho. patriotic fund. TRQrt will be pluln and faucy rawing, altfo homo rrmda cooking. Af- ternoon ten will bo uemul. Tho place of sale will bo made known later. Prlvuto Richard Mftcliell, son 'of Mrs. W. H. Mitchell, of Calgary, trea- surer of the Diocesan Woman's Aux- iliary, liaa boon killed lu action. A orotlior, llobert, was killed last year. Mrs. Mitchell has many friends In Lethbrldgo who will rogrot to hear of tier now sorrow. There was a large attendance at the At Hcme given yenterday after- noon by th0 Women's Missionary So- ciety of Westminster church, A spe- cial program had been prepared which constated of a recitation by Mrs; Fred King; address by. the president, Mrs. PAGE'NINE Mcllvcna, giving a review of work done by the W. M. Who is tho candidate that will con- test the coming municipal election on the economy platform outlined tliy other, evening? That's what one hears asked on' every hand on the streets these davs. Who is the man? Tho campaign haa suddenly developed en- ormous interest among tho ralonny- era. 8. S. Dunham, who last spring aroused the ire or the mayor by sug- gesting In published letters that inoru economy could be effected hi tho seat of government, Is moat oUen- men- tioned as the likely party to mount the new platform. A lot of people think G. H. Marnoch will be the man, and has.been asked a dozen times -In the last two days if dress by Rev. J. B. Francis on Thermometer the W. M. and.....g......_ a piano solo by Mrs. Annetts. Alter the neKative. the program dainty refreshments were 1 Then there are a dozen other served. possibilities. F. W. Downer has been A List of Rare Choice Winter Apparel for Men THE MOMENT DIAPEP- T.HE STOMACH ALL DISTRESS GOES, "Really does" put uad storaacir in docs" overcome Indi- gestion, dyspepsia, BUS, huarUmrn and Hourncss in five Pape's Dlap'epuin largest selling stomach regulator the world. If what you oat fcrtuentH into'stubborn lumps, you belch ga.i and eructate sour, 'indigested food air.l acid; tongue coated; your insider flll- with bile and Indigestible waste re- member UIB moment 'Tape's Diapep- the n sin" comes in contact with the stom lit is hot HO. His answer is always in acn all such distress vanishes, it's truly marvelous, and the joy is its harmlessnees. A large fifty-cent case of Pape's Dia- In answer to representations made by socictlea and others that a silver medal should be granted mothers who have lost their sons at the Trout, Premier Sir Robert -Burden has re- plleu that tlie 'matter will receive the consideration of the government. It is understood that this week a per- manent" organization representing dif- ferent societies will be set up to see that what is advocated will be carried Globe. A very enjoyable affair took; place Wed. night when the Daughters and Maids of England held a whist drive and dance in the S. O. B. Hall. Cards were played until midnight, the win- ners being first, Mrs. Hall and 1-Ir. Holberton; second, Mrs. Whtttaker and .Mr. Johnston. The consolation prizes were awarded to Mrs. Mitchell and Harding. After refreshments mentioned frequently. C. B. Bowman is being urged by some of Ills friends who know the good work he has done In the past, to allow his name to go before the electors, but he says he has had IB years in the public eye of Lethbrldge and he wants to live in peace for a few years. And there are ithers being mentioned. The public: pepsin will give you ri hundred dollaru' worlli of satisfaction or your druggist lianas you your money back. It's worth its weight in gold to men and women who can't get Uieir stom- achs regulated. It beings in yu.ir bq handy in CGBG of u sick, .sour, upse'. slqmitcli during the day would like to see the dark horse trot- quickest, surest night. It's tin: and most harmless ted out. stomach regulator in the Women Will Demand Some Important Changes In Laws "The women of Alberta nave a bet- ter legal status than the women of any in the Dominion, as a A Fine Selection of Trimmed Hats From to np A Line of UNTRIMMED SHAPES At Moderately Low Prices Lethbridge Millinery Co., Ltd. LA. SCOTT, Manager The members wish to thank Mrs. Dav-.j Idson and Mrs. Lundy for donating prizes, Mr. Clarke for providing music and the Herald tor advertising. The net proceeds were and will. be, forwarded to Capt. Plummer, foir Can- adian Soldiers' Xmas gifts. By her elevation to the position of wife of the Premier of Saskatche- wan, Mrs. William Melville Martin, for a long time a leader among the women of R'egina, now becomes In point of fact the first lady of the Prov- ince after the wife of His Majesty's representative. Since her arrival in Reglna some ten years ago, Mrs. Martin has held many leading posi- tions In the various women's socie- ties of the city. She was for six years regent of the original Forget Chapter, I.O.D.E., and is at the pres- ent time regent of the Provincal Chap- ter, I. O. D. E. She Is also representa- tive of the I. O. D. B. on the Provincial Red Cross Board, and has on several occasions, been -representative" -for Saskatchewan at the .meetings of the National. Chapter, I O. D. E. She is also active in. musical circles and in philanthropic work.. Following a crusade for new mem- bers, the Women's Missionary Aux- iliary of Wesley church held a splen- didly attended meeting last night in the ladles' parlor. An excellent pro- gram was given, consisting of by C. E. Daniel on the Crosby In- dian Girls' Home at Port Simpson; as an introduction to the study les- son, Mrs; R. E. Skelth gave an account of the government's policy towards the Indians; Miss ,Ivy. and Miss Cobbledick gave a piano selection. This year the Auxiliary is going to take UP the study of the .work of the 'Methodist church in es- pecially among the Indians, aod Jl night the first lesson in .th> study book; was taken up. A social .hour was enjoyed at the conclusion of'the program. r -r Wednesday afternoon parsonage a quiet -wedding- when Miss L. Johnson, of Yetwood be- came the bride of'.Mr. Douglas (Carter, of Lomond. Rev. a. H. Cobbledick per- formed the ceremony, which was wit- nenaed by Mr. and Mrs. C. R, Adams, of Lomond. Mr. and Mrs. Carter will reside at Lomond. ture the women will realize their re- sponsibility now that they have re- ceived the franchise, as Mrs. Edwards fuller franchise has been granted to j urged them to use this franchise to them, and now they are on an abso-1 ute equality with the men as far advantage ana not voto bhnd- the franchise is concerned.'' but only alter considering the eresting statement was one of the j fits and community nany surprises concerning legal .ers in Alberta that Mrs. O. C. wards of Macleod told the Mathssis Club and members of numerous wo- men's organizations at the Y.M.C.A. auditorium Wednesday. The lecturer spbke on "Laws Relating to especially applied to the women urge the legislature tin Alberta. After listening to this lee- cessity of some changes. LADIES! LADIES! LADIES! Miss GooksleyV Remaining Stock Of Hats and Millinery will be sold on Sat- urday next, at two o'clock by _______ FRANK WADDINGTON In the meantime the itora will be open from two till ilx in order that you eelect from the ttoek any item upon which you would like to bid at the eale. There are Icoree o' hate to chooee from and you are Invited to look them over and make a MMEINIER THE AUCTION TWO O'CLOCK, SATURDAY ISEIIIEIIHIGEIS L Driver Shirley of the 78th Batterj' was convicted on a charge of attempt- ed desertion before Justice of the Peace Low of Cardston a couple, of days ago and sentenced.to'12 months in the provincial jail. i Shirley some time ago asked fb< commanding officer of- the battery for a week's pass in order to transact I some private business. The pass was granted. He then proceeded to Cards- ton where he changed to civilian clothes and was scouting round for an automobile to take him acrdso the line when the Mounted Police at Cardston got wise and took him 'hi tow. Shirley was brought in from Cardston to the jail here yesterday. may obtain; she urged them ttaorIy ,h. who has the best interests of the com- munity at heart, not for any party. At present the laws in Alberta re- lating to women and the home are in neotl of some alteration, and in order "Beans Is Beans" and the cost is soaring skyward with pork, beef, eggs and other foods until the cost of living represents an increase of from 30 to 50 per cent. While meats and vegetables are beyond the reach of many millions of families, Shredded Wheat Biscuit continues to sell at the same old price and re- tains the same high nutri- tive quality. Shredded wheat biscuit contains ail the rich body-building ment in the. whole. wheat grain, including the bran coat, which is so useful in keeping the bowels healthy and active. Eat it for any meal with milk or cream ,or in combination with fruits. Made in Canada the laws committee of the Council of Women have drawn up a number of petitions and these are being forwarded to each local council for discussion and per- haps improvement. These changes include equal property rights for hus- band and wife. The Home Protection Act in Saskatchewan rules that a man cannot sell the homestead with- out his wife's while the Al- berta act Is that the wife can file a MEN'S HEAVY TOP SHIRfg. .Miulo. KiiBlinH flannel. .Neil No.'i-7T. Sizes MEN'S HEAVY BLUE FLAN- NEL SHIRTS. Kxtra large body. All nl7.es, No. 70. H'iton. (frl IJA. No. 80 in grey color also I'd MEN'S HEAVY .ALL WOOL TWEED SHIRTS. In assorted Kl-L'y paUeni. No. 78. Siy.os Price ipl'f-p. OUR SPECIAL BIQ'QAU'MTLET MITT. Mail-j of, cult Ilklu. with cuff and Ijnnd -.with lainb: skin. V T Crt i'alr, only MEN'S DRESS NEGLIGEE SHIRTS. A large range in neat stripe patterns. All No. 82 JBizoH. Regular Jl.MI. CO- Special MEN'S HORSE HIDE MITTS. No. ]0t; wrist. Per pair MEN'S HORSE HIDE LINED GLOVES. Well sowed welted syams. No. US. Per pair MEN'S HEATHErj MIXTURE SOCKS. weight Pair LINED, liiiitted 25c HEAVY ALL WOOL FLANNEL .SH'IFVTS. hi blues anil ureys. In nines' I'lVz and IS only. No. 81. Regular 52.00. (M PA Special............ MEN'S HEAVY WOOL SWEAT- ERS. Coat style. Color maroon. Sixes 31! to 42. No. 21CO'. Priced only MEN'S HEAVY WOOL COAT Color grey with lioyal Blue trim. No. .3023. Sizes values MEDIUM WEIGHT COAX. SWEATERS.- Color grey ivlth trim and plain 'Mite. AH No. A A Priced a'f V J.UU HEAVYSCHINCHILLA CLOTH COAT. jVilh shawl collars. Color grey. Sjtee Kef. A A fHi.M.-Special iU.Uv OUR SPECIAL GREY WOOL SOCK. No. 611 35c a pair. pairs .for See whole page of Interesting News on Page 8 r A GWken will bd sferved on Satuftlay nigkt 'from 'ft to Prtcel, 35c vacation, and a childish fEitiiijj established- between Vaugiian- :enlistcd and i units. with Toronto' and Montreal Jude Clark. In later years Vaughan goes to Lost Lake for recreation. Be- C'ark takes.'.Vau- A German metallurgist has invent- ed a urocess using compressed air for hardening T steel where only certain iner act is a better one. In the Equal Parental Rights they j insufficient, Abne. Iglian to his home, whe.re In dally as-1 portions of a piece of metal require 'er to have equal rights With the father in regard to the children. At present the father has the legal rights to the .earnings of the minor children. An- I other improvement to be asked is that sociation with Jude the childhood i hardening, friendship is renewed and, gradually intensified. Judge West, seusingrthe trendsof' events, charges Vaughan ing" and reminds him that Ju'dO is engaged to marry Daye Harrison haii in- venereal diseases he included in the list of contagious so that. duced to fose. for prtnjElng the wife and children will be Protected ent of [or but asainst them as against smallpox comploted picture shows. Jude in diphtheria. Mothers' pensions is an L she .had never assiimeK'Wheii other matter that needs legislation; I sees tho plcture that is a woman-whose- husband either dead or incapacitated, be given a sufficient amount to enable her to stay at home and look after lier chil- dren Instead o't being compelled to go out by the day, washing or char- ing, and, leaving, the children to bring has formed of the mountain gjrl suddenly changes. At Stsrlaiiilj Beautiful Florence La who will appear'.at .the.1 36 Chocolates '_ __ LJ Neilson's Nylo First Always you thinK of Choco- lates Neilson's and Nylo Arc the kind that will fill a tooth. Priced lOc to per box. Frank Medley i Drug Co. themselves up, usually on the streets. It has.been pifoved by statistics that it is more the 'T necessary If the child is brought up on the streets. A law that is in force now ha's had a-great deal owing to Mrs. Drewry losing her case against her husband's estate, the decision being Kiven by the Provy Council, is the Mnrrled Women's Relief Act that pro- first .stage appearance .Olcott her iayncey. She a memhe'r of the grapfi .company under- Dr W. ffififfith, and" after a'season .befbre tHe'oaniera on ths Pacific coast MSJFKIDNEyS jnicss to Flush Kidneys and'Neil) Wadder weakness result aciili.saysia'noted.authority] Tha kidneys filter 'this blood a44 paas it-oB-to-the-blaaderj. pften.remaims to inliam'e, caujihg-.a weakness, inost 'ftfllti call Because they can't becau-- -IVliile it is e'itremely annoying; i ___________ sqmetim'es 'very-painful; ihis'ia realljf want to appear in tiie one of the most simple ailments to overcome. Get'about four of ___Salts from your pharmacist and. fake a tableaBOonfuI.'ln a :glass ol have received if he'had died intestate, she has the privilege to go' to the court for relief, not more than six months after'the'husb'and's'death. But if the defence can show that the wife had no legal cause for alimony during the the wife loses her case as Mrs. This is clause 10 and it is one thing that the women do need changed. Closing with a strong appeal to the themselves with. she has been at his New' Rochelle studio ever since. The "Florence Rose showing, in colors what the ladies will wear this season, will-; also be .1 KINGSTON DISTRICT RAISED FULL QUOTA Kingston, Oct .M-'-Tlie announce- ment was made today that military women to concern themselves with. aistrict No 3 had recruited its propor the bettering of the conditions of the] tfon 0, the cal, from the Dominion for women and children, Mrs. Edwards; m men spoke'of the great jiatural gitts T'hi? alstrict hai supplied 38 886-men ,_ _.......... units raised here, and 3000 for units in other districts. It has been estimated; that, men have been given to those present to realize" jiisf what the franchise means to them. Mrs. R: Ei Skeith, president of the Malhesis and intro- duced the speaker, later presenting liar with a bouquet of pink carnations. Mrsi B. R. J. Forster moved a hearty and. appreciative vote of thanks to Mrs. Edwards, which was seconded by Mrs. C. R. Daniel. Mrs. W. H. Johnson rendered a very pleasing piano solo at the beginning of the evening. water before breakfast, continue this' for two or three days. This wiU'neu-, tralize the acids in the urine so it no; longer is a source of irritation to th6 bladder'and urinary.organs which :thejl act-normally again. Jad Salts is inexpensive, harmless; and is made from the acid of grapes afld' leinori 'combined with lith- ia, and is used by thousads of folks; who are subject to urinary disorders caused by uric acid irritation.'; Ja4 Salts is splendid for kidneys and caus es no bad effects whatever. Here "you have a pleasant, effervesr cent Kthia-water drink, which' quieklS' relieves bladder D Higin, botham Co, Ltd, Druggists Lath, bridge -No argument about this" DELANYS Limited sell only home grown meats-no cold producU What the Press Agents Say At A of com- and icenio.' pictures has bepn ar- ranged for'HbS Orpbeum tonight, and the patrons Willis :populor..1ioUBe are aisiuwl .entertainment At the Empress "flie dirt of Lost Lake" (rive parts) I is the featuni at .the Empress tonight and Saturday. When McAndrews was a boy. his took Win Lake tor The Entertainment Committee of The Chinook Club ANNOUNCE Afternoon Tea and Dancing Tomorrow, Saturday, October 28 ;