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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 5, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta ITS PURE DECLINE SUBSTITUTES DAiLi STOMACH IVflSEKY .JUST 'Like music heard 011 the still wa- ters, .lillic pines, when tho wind passeLh by. Like pearls in the depth of tho occanr Like .stars, the sky, Likn ,aiul: th'o odor of roses, I.'iice dew mid the freshness "f morn, Ij'lfo sunshine, that kisses the clover, Like tassels of Silk Oa the corn. tike notes of the thrush in the land, brooks, where violets rainbows, that arch the hc'avctrs, c clouds, 'when the sun 'dippcth low. Like'dreams of Arcadian pleasures, Like colors, that gratefully NO INDIGESTION, d OR DYSPEPSIA FIVE MINUTES LATER AS there ofum one In your family who Hufferu an nUauk of Indi- gestion or HOIIIU form of Stomncli trouble, why don't yoy some Dltipepatn in Lho hoiiBe Jiandy? This harmloBB blessing will digest anything you caii eat witliout the slitfhteut and overcome sour, gassy Stomucli five iiiIiiuLeo tiflor." Tell your pharmacist to lot you rend the t'ormuln, plainly printed on these 50-cent eases or I'ape's Uliipepsin, then you will readily ECO why it mak- es Indlyt'sllcm, Sour Stomach, Heart; b.urn and other distress go in five minutes, and relieves such miseries us Belching of fitiH, Eructa- of spur, undigested food. Nausea. Headaches, DizxInOse, Constipation and other Stomach disorders. Some folks have tried so long to rind relief from Indigestion and Dysiiujjshi or an out-of-order stomach with the common, e- I'y-day cures advertised order. In Dyke's Te Dcum wau renilercn by the choir, anil inUiem, "Send out Thy light" was sung a I (he evening scrfjcc. Miss. Cunningham, a graduate ol Cincinnati hospital, has commenced her duties in conneetion with the Nursing Mission in this city. Miss Cunningham lias been engaged for the i last three years in district work in Toronto. .Mr. William Slalford announces the of his daughter, Gertrude lebccca, to Mr. Heiijamin Russell, third son ot Justice and Mrs. Itus- wll, High Hanks, Scolia. The ceremony wiy he celelirated at Knox church, on Monday evening, Seplcm- ler eighteenth. Mrs. 0. Wilson was the hostess if ri small informal hriilge last cvcn- iiK, in courtesy 10 Mrs. Laurence h The -honor piesl, Mrs. .9iircnce iNaismilh, won the pretty Jke everything hrcathing of pure- ness, Like these is the, love of a friend." Mr.' Miirdock, Merchants Hank, Client the week-end in Calgary; 'that they "mire about made jip their favor' list included Mrs. .1. R. Anderson, Mrs. Cunningham, Mrs. Righy, Mrs. ilillis, Mrs. "Laur- ence N'aismllh, Jlr.s. P. L. Naismith and Mrs. Vrooman. that they have something else; wrong, or heliove theirs is it case oC Nervousness, (Jastritis, Catarrh of the Stomach or, Cancer. This, no doubt, is a serious mlsUike. Voiir real trouble is, what you eat does not digest; instead, it ferments and sours, turns to acid, Gas and Stomach poison, which putrefy In the digestive of M R ind intestines, and besides poison the breath with nauseous odors. I Sra'te and Mrs. I'niavofalilc wealher conditions caused the postponement of tbc leii- A hearty appetite, with thorough di-l Mr. Tucker, Hank of Commerce, vas a wuek-enil visitor at Glcichen, Alia. [comfort or misery of (be Stomach. AI- {waiting for yon as sooiras yon decide Mrs. M. >ounB ami cl.ilaren rctnrn- try Dia Bcstion, ant! without the slightest yesterday al'tcrnpnii Tin leod contingent who were to E. file host is ah enemy within the camp. It will undermine the strongest constitution ruin the most, vigorous health. It. leads to- indigestion, biliousness, iripure blood, bad complexion, sick' headaches, and is one of the niost frequent causes of appendicitis. To neglect it is suicide. Dr. Morse's Indian Root. Pills positively cure Constipation. They are entirely vegetable in composition and do hot weaken or gripe. Preserve your health by talcing Dr: Morse's 'he result dial the machine icil, where she will'remain for several j Mr. and Mrs. Laurence, nf Lcth- Uiontlls. (bridge, are..spending their, honeymoon jhere, and will leave in :l icw days for Mr. and Mrs. W. P. J. Alexander. I he Algerian. Mr. F.. P. Winslow. inspector oil J- H. Jackson, manager of the the Rank of Montreal, is spending Hank of Montreal at Kaympml, and sons time in the city. R. T. Ingraham, of Winnipeg, holiday in the city. JYic- havq done battle" in the tournament; were telephoned nut'to come, as ihe courts were flooded. TAUNTS LED TO lAVIATOR'S DEATH1 have lelurncd [rom an extended trip cast. 4 J. H.' Sl-cith .and Miss left on Saturday lor Victoria: They will bo away about two weeks: The men's' society of St. Mary's church will meet on Thursday evening at eight o'clock at the church. hurling Ihe intrepid avialor to his" death. Frisbie had heen giving rev- era! exhibitions at Kljv.wood Park, but yesterday Hint his ma-' chine worked badly and that it ivoulii be dangerous Mr him to make the ascent. The ormvii. however No trouble to keep your feet drjf If you let the FOOT TOGGERY Supply Your Necessities In CITY BOOTS GUM BOOTS RUBBER BOOTS RUBBERS They have an Extensive Range for Men, Women and Children, and the Best Values for your money in Southern Alberta No more tired, aching feet if you wear THE "FOOT-EAZER" The "FOOT-EAZER" i, to foot comfort. All persons, whose duties require them to be on their feet, should wear the FOOT- EAZER." It prevents tired, aching feet; makes walking easy -and rests the entire body. It is a wonderful foot cushion, easy to wear, extremely comfortable, light and umioticeable. It is worn in your regular size shoe, can be changed from one pair to another, and it not noticeable. j the airman made the (light (he j i w'ere later witiessei; Mr. Thorhuru, of'the Dank of mercc staff, spent tile holiday; in Ed-I monton. Cox. Canada League, and Mrs. Tisitlnt; in the Inspector of the Mounted po. lice is somewhat at pies mri hii been unable to attend to lis LlpciaJ duties RAISER WILLIAM'S'FLEET Kie-i' Germany S-apt Cei naval fleet, was reviewedby Bm- William In the harbor here this morning. Inspectors; were given an opportunity of observing ths'progress made by the ntvy ana to'see the Ger- man fleet as it could lake the sea tqtoorrow for action If necessary. Con- to eipeotatlons the three newest jliatlesntpa of the Oetrleslaml type did T not'join the fleet for review, as tech- inicaHy they nre still'undergoing I rials j arid hnvo not yet treon unveiled In the j German nnvy. Though fully coir.plet- Mlss MaeGregor has returned fioni i Stuff and Calwn she ipent he past two months mrct thf! L-IIOHI ni -'In'clock, on Thursday afternoon. Miss A. O'Connor leaves thlsw-cek i full attendance is requested, or Calgary, where, she will reside in I "ture Nlr- Martindalc, of the Hank Mr and Mcholls is I'olidaying at Podpei ind R A Ciinfoid moloied lsl- is cxpcclcd" home the cnii of Knox recently "fakir." Mrs. Frishie, who was amongst j he spectators, fainted1 when she saw and on regaining con- ..sclnusncrs a bitter attack on ithe spectators, win, were indirectly responsible for her husband's death SCOURGED WITH CHOLERA j stroyed barns'and stables.of per do: vepetablea: JfPotatoes, per cwt Potatoes, per Ion j Heets, per pound Uarrots, per pound Asparagus, per pound nigljt fire totally de- Cucumbers, per1 dozen BARNS BURNED AT SPRING COULEE to J2.00 133.00 'to 0.3.J4 to Rivor for ihe week-end. e Miss Johnston, of of Calgary, are .guests for Tew days with Mrs. Hugh Boyd. Mr. and .Mrs. Irvine; of Calgary, who ImveJieeh .Mr. and -Mrai I'. S. returned home this af- .cm 0011. i the week. of Mrs F AA Dow ner and Miss G andcd jil Quebe> this morning Mil probablj irrive In I eihbncJ jbiturdij and t. on Mrs. 0. F. P. Conybearc has as her guests at "Riverviev.-, Mrs.' Miss Rita Caranah and Miss Ola Cav- firiah of Petorboro, Out. Mis's Richardson, of the Mason aiiti Risch Piano Co., left on Saturday for Whitla, where she visited friends dur- ing the week-end and Labor Day. tpiet- j those ton warships remain- day j ed at anchor in the harbor and im- j luted the Emperor na he pussed' out J of. the bay'to board the flngship Miss Laura Cascaden left on Satur- Ifist for Taber, where she will spend about three weeks visiting friends in that vicinity. 51r- I year His number of deaths from chol- ;era in Holy Ins passed the Montreal staff, has returned from a.causing onlbrcal-'j of violet 'S iicition spent in Xew York and oth-j 'be Inhabitants ivho consider "that the H. Jeliffs farm at Sprins Coulee, There was no stock in tb-a huiidings I Fisher, of the Dank cr eastern cities. Mi. Widrless. has liccn reliev- f! .Mr. Tinning, manager Of' Un- ion Mai authorities -are responsible for the scourge. Health measures are op- posed by ihe n-aople who think that i the measure-; iiai'e been, put inlo ef- but Mr. .Telitf lost all his barn simie impiements and some feed. He i estimates his less at. between' .and abnul half of which covered by insurance. Cabbsge, per pound Tomatoes, per case Unions, per Ib. Celery, per Ib. 12 200 j 005 .1.-20. to -1.50 O.J 2 ,2.50' 10 Sold only by trmntd Conttitrmt nlta Boning. unitary, comfortablf. Ada CukttnlMd one ycir laiMt bt tt luH to yciu at Timiinc Phtinc or ttnd pott cmrd MISS V. O'CONNOR. Acadia has returned to Calory" I f01' o.f. "nrcartlng the [Infection, firmly believing that i'S-s desire of Ihe authorities to Mr. Luckhardf, iranager of' through1 poison, large numbers is I the Cnion Hank at Grassy Lake, was People and in tlhit Mr. Tinning, manager of the1! jucst with C. Fleming. Dora HoRers and .Mr. Clarence Rogers arrived in the city from Wln- ilpeg on Monday morning and will in 'iiture reside here. For the present Hiss Rogers is a guest with Mrs Seatle. air. G. Rr-Tinnins: left this after- noon for Kcgina to attend Iho wcd- (linK of liis sister. Miss Francis Tin ning, will be'solemnizcil morroK- afternoon. the poor. way get rid I'. KILLED ON A. RACING DIP Toronto, Onl., Sept. -I. James Hepburn, .iced iwelily-nine, H Port- land St., .disobeyed the rules while riding on tr.-.? racing dips at llanlon's poinl today and insisted on standing. up in tbc swiftly moving car. His head struck -.1 beam, fracturing his sltnli; anil lie died at St. .Michael's hospital tonight. r YOU HAVE READ MANY Blue Ribbon Advertisements Wo huve, lold you about Blue Rlblwn the Blue Ribbon the practical economy In buying tiieio splenilkl It depends on you. We ask you to.Hk your grocer for Blue Ribbon ii whoii you buy remomber that unless you uttifled return tlio uniiBoil portion and hav'n your money The Women's Home .Missionary So- ;clcty of. Knox church will meet'on j Vi'edriesday evening at eight o'clock, .the Women's Foreign Missionary j Society on Friday afternoon at .three o'clock. Mr. mill Mrs. 0. Moth, 1333 Fiflji.! Avo., S., arrived home this morning from an extended trip to points casl., were accompanied hy Mrs. Main's n.othcr, Airs. Alexander, of Moose -law, who he their guest for a few' weeks. There will he a business the bailies' Aid Society' of Wesley church tomorrow afternoon o'clock, when the hostesses' will ho Mrs. E. Peck, Mrs. pierce and Mrs. M. Peek, Mrs. .J. M. .Mtken is entertaining as her house guest for a week, Miss I.auva Aitken, of Newcastle, ,V.. n., who is en route home from the coast, where she ImK been visiting. The inimical part of anniversary services at St. Cyprian's church ycs- (erilny was under' Ihe direction of. Mr. .Striker ami'was of a very high GRAIN MARKETS U'innipeg, Sept. wheat nf I opened 100 ]-l. closed fltl 5-8: -Decem- Of! her opened 1-1, closed 98 5-S; May 'opened 103 7-S, closed 102 7-S. October opened ,41 1-8, closed '10 1-2; December opened 7-S, closed 40 WINNIPEG Northern 101 1' Northern OP .-H-4, S Northern 1-S. Xo. 4 SO 1-2. No. 5 SO, No. I! 7S. 2 C. W. JO." No. ,1 C. W. No. 1 Feed No. 2 F-aed 35. Barley 3 72, No. 4 63. American Wheat mrei closed 101 3-1; December opened 104 3-4, closed 103 3-4; May opened 1-8, closed 107 S-l. op-ened closed 92; December opened ed I-I; May opened 101 1-2, closed 102 3-4. -iiiiamiis, per 10, Cultivated' m to Jrairie hay, to Timothy, -baled ,to per'lb Oats, 'sacked, per 10 to 8 1, per pelts, to'0.73 ton Hhortsi, per ton Crushed Oats, per shins to 0.10 to 0.21 per nines, .00 to.Z.PO itolled oafs, per SOib. to hides 75c to JIM Feed wheat, per ha'r, mane per Ib tie "Great for Breakfast" A started on Cowan's Cocoa is B day with a clear head and a steady a day full of snap and life. Cocoa nourishes the body. It is rich in food value and easy to digest. DO YOU USB COWAN'S COCOA? l.ETH BRIDGE MARKETS Spring No. 1 Northern 2 Northern 0.80 No. 3 Northern 0.77 Witucr No. I Alberta Red............ .No. 2 Liberia Hod............, 0.7-J .No. .'i Alberta Kfld 0.71 Barley....................... 0.37 Flax......................... us '.................4Q Cr.uie on the hoot Steers, per pound O.o-l Cows, per pound .............0.03 1-2 Hogs: Dressed, por Ib................07'4 Uve, per cwt.................. 5.25 Sheep; Live', per cwt.......... to 4.75 Drossed, per cwt............... I'oultry: Gectc, Jive ___.............. Turkeys Q.20 Chickens...................... Fowl........................ o.l 2 Ducks o jicr 10................... O.lil, rjuttpr and eggi: )alry Butter ............0.15 to 0.26 'rcarnery butter............ o.21 :ggs, fresh 0.27 to 0.30 The Store For Quality A Call To The Crockery Dept. Their is n aront call to the Crockery Dept to sec a special line ol Dinnprwaro now on show. This as imported direct by ns and only in to fill up an order thereby saving freight. A 97-piece Dinner Set for consisting of 3 platters, assorted sizes; 3 doz. plates, 3 1 doz. soup plates; 1 scallop; 1 doz. fruit 1 covered vegetable dishos; 1 sauce'boat; Covered sugar and 1 bowl. 1 doz.tea cups and saucers, Mta arc of a very neat French patlern) Some are in reseda green while others are in real old Delft b'lne. See Our Special Dress Show ;