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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 28, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta 19 THE LEttTBR.DC.l5vDAILY; TTKRM l. GET YOUR V Thanksgiving Dinner at the f Alexandra Cafe MENU WILL CONSIST OF EVERYTHING IN SEASON Dinner from 5 to 8 o'clock GOOD MUSIC SIR D. DMANN ILL ANYTHING TO Otnl 1 II L fOVFRNMFNT UU I LHlUllLll I I ornn o. On. Sir Donald Maun. ce president ot Maim ijmpin and the Canadian Northern nh aj magnate, was seriously ill bat his doctors report j __ i o miif that !ie is doing nicely. Sir j om d left .Montreal on Thursday 1 Ones Circulate Most Rid ght foi Toronto and while on his i io iculous Yarns to De- Electors tlif Lnion station and with a .spec- I As usual, the Conservative parU- in i-list the nmsnaie. He was city springing any kind of r'oor- atcly rushed to his. Iiouis, I iu its effort to make votes for Scarboro Heights, opposition candjdato the wnere lie is still confined. j last few days before election. __ .bund themselves in the slranen position all through the. campaign Of ot having a "platform' io place before IMPOSED FIVE DOLLAR FINE iftople, and are now asking that this'morning's session of people support Dr. Stewart hy Supreme Court, Jiyjtice lieck handed j wiling them that if. the four Conser- Tho only possible way in j which .Mr: Sifton's administration ifcnild be overthrown at this time, I would be by the Conservative party in the house allying themselves with ne i srOUnd would c IIUUSK H UieillBG Vfq -Nanton. Oct. Matthew, who tne Rutherford-Croi action to been manawr of the Bank at ,ae Dalance of Th is is Hamilton here for the past four years, .mprobable, 'o other med- irane we know of lian such .1 record nf cures as has E, Pinltham's vegetable Compound. For niom than SO years it lias licon cimnir woman's ills such as inflsmma- 'tion, nlceratinn. fibroid tumors, ularitiej, periodic pains -and nervniu and it'lijinetiuiilled for regardlecs of party r. women wifely throiigl life the iwrlod of rhanjp of life Flak-ham, bynn, Mass, Inrtttm nick wonmi to wrlln her for u4vke IK free, allegiance, feel gratified at the prns pecto of being by a cab- inet minister, and Mr. White can expected to meet wren i sympathetic welcome. It In pvoba-bte a banquet will he ten-Jercd him by the Oannno- luo hoard of trade on Saturday ovou- nf, Nov. -I. BAPTIST PASTOR AT CRANBROOK Cranbrook. Oct. O. E. Kan- 1aI1, of Antrim, .Vcw llmupuhirc. baa ncceplud call from the local Dap- church and will preach first sermon In thin city on Doc. nlghtc INSTANT skin cool ed and burning and itch Ing gone! Thouannds testify to who suffered from Eczema, Psoriasis and other skin Iroublei, until 'they heard of that simple cooling wash of Thymol and other ingred- ients known as D. Preieription. .1. F-jmnel Lewis writes: "I used three bottles of IJ. D. D. Prescription and now-my Bkln, once a .MASS OF PIRB and lllRlTATIOiV, is as amoolh soft as a child's." Of all (he remedies for the akin that we know we can especially re- commend the D. D. D. Prescription for Eczema. .lust a mild, soothing but It clean-Jen and cools the nkln as nothing else And It takes 'away le itch InHtuntly! We would like to toll you more about D. D. Prescription If you will call, or write the D. D. n. Dent. U II., Colborne St., To- and Bel. a free- trlnl Wtle. Sold by ,Incks.m A CoJK, clal Monday 7.30 p.m. St. Cyprian's Church (Anglican) Corner Sth avenue and llth street. To- morrow, Oct. 32, Kev.- M. D. Hull, of Pincher Creek, will preach, the occa- sion being the Harre-jt .Thanksgiving services of St. Cyprian's church. There will be a c-alebratfon of the Holy Com- munion at the seven o'clock service. The thank offering tomorrow will go to moot some outst-rtnding debts in con-, nectlon with the church. Rev. .M. Hull will also lake'charge of the Adult Bible clras at 3 p.m. St. Anorew't 13th St. and 7th Ave. North. Sunday servic- w 3.30 n.m. Rev. A. .M. Gordon; 7.30, Mr. A. 1'. Bradahaw, asEr.ilant secretary Y. -Al. C. A. Sunday.School at 2.30 p.! Uveryone heurtily welcome. I Knox Church (Praibytirian) Min-! ster Rev. A. Gordon. Sunday Ices 11 a.m. and 7..10 p.m. Sunday School and Illble Class at 3 p.m. WeHt- minntcr Qnlld on AloncKiy at S p.m. All ordially welcome.. Church of Chrltt n Kennedy's Hall. 13th Street North, .ord's Day at 10.30 a. m. Bible School, Pen-Angle Union Suits Q 0 Do Delight 0 0 Those Who "Wear them You wilJ feel so comfortably clad in your first Pen-Angle Union Suit... the under- wear that fits and does not lose its shape. JjNor has the wash-tub any terrors for this .knit-to-fitand warranted-not-to-shrink un- derwear.