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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 6, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta i.0, THE DAILY IIKUALD PageS No trouble to keep your feet dry 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" is to foot comfort. AH persons, whose dutiei require them to be on their feet, should wear.the "FOOT- EAZER." It prevent) tired, aching feet; makes walking easy and rests the entire body. It it a wonderful foot cushion, easy to wear, extremely comfortable, light and uniioticeable. It is worn in your regular size shoe, can be changed from one pair to another, and is not noticeable. W, J. Nelson Co. It Is Not in ithc Blood Medicine Taken Infernn'ty Cannpt Cure Eczema. It Caused by Germt. Eczema cannot be overcome by or- i binary treatment and the old-fashion- ed way of dosing the system with drugs. Eczema is caused by a para- sitic germ that bores'into the akin. Jt is generally a 'contagious disease. Until the parasite' Is rtompletoJy de- stroyed and removed, eczema cannot .he cured. Fully one-th'lra" ot'skin dis- eases are in the fbrrn'or eczema. We' ao thoroughly ftelfeve that ftex- all Eczema Ointment' will overcome eczema and allied skin ailments, that WR unhesitatingly promise to prompt- ly refund theOOD9AROOD9AROOI59A ly return the money paid us for it 'should H in any way be unsatlsfac- i tory to the user. Because of its remarkable cleansing, i antiseptic, germicidnl, soothing and 'healing influence, Rexall Eczema Oint- ment has a very pronounced value in the treatment of skin diseases, es- pecially where the form of ailment, is j ;of the chronic, aggravating sort. We! highly recommend it for the dry scaly Of 1 form or the weeping type, where there is a constant flow of ill-smelling ex- cretion. Rexall Eczema Ointment is very prompt in relieving pimples, blotches, skin discnlorattons, ringworm, acne, nettle rash, tetter, hives, ulcers. In- sect, bitos, and for healing sores and wounds. It is a pleasant smelling, ointment, and is very cleanly for use. Two sizes, nOc and Sl-00. Sold only at our Kexall Store. .1. D. Higinhotl; Co., Ltd., special agents. POLITICS UP PINCHER WAY Plncher Creek, Sept. are out announcing a meeting in .-the' Interests of reciprocity and Dr. War- nock, the Liberal candidate, to be held In the Opera House, on Tuesday even- Ing1, September 12. Geo. P. Smith, M. P. P., is the speaker billed to explain the bcnefit-s of the reciprocity meas- ure before the meeting, and as he is one of the most conversant and fluent ipeakers on that subject, there is go- ing 10 be a larg-e audience to heiir him. Dr. Warnock Is still absent from town, but reports coming from the different points he has visited indi- cate to a certainty that he will be the next M. P. for Macleort constituency. Three pojiticai stumpers went out o Twin Bulte on Wednesday night in a.n automobile, for the pur- holdins a meeting in the in- i terests of John Herron at that place, i The audience consisted of two per- j ions. The farmers in that section are BUYING HORSES FOR INDIANS Raymond, Sept. Hyde' of the Blood Indian reserve was a visitor to Raymond over -Sunday and yes- terday was taken by Mr. Raymond Knight in his new car to the Kirkildy ranch where he bought twelve head of saddle horses for the Indian depart- ment on the Blood reserve. Mr. Hyde was accompanied by Mr; Chas. Shear cattleman on the reserve who picked the horses and sized them ,up in com- ;any with the' agent. They are well broken and some of the best that Mr. Knight, had in his 'bunch of 5000 head. In conversation with the Herald cor- respondent Mr. Hyde said that the crop of 2000 acres of fail wheat on the reserve is the best the land has produced. It is all cut and thresh- ing operations are now in progress. The Indians worked fairly well up till fair time when they threw up COMING STARLAND COMING SEPTEMBER 7th AND 8th The biggest attraction ever offered in this city GEO. SONTAG Ex-train Robber and Bandit, will Personally Lecture on The Folly of a Life of Crime Thursday and Friday, Geo. SontaK was a member of the notorious "Chris Kvann" band of outlaws, am! was after being attacked seven times and the rest of the KHMK killed, lie was sentenced to prison for life, and served 15 years and 6 months In jail before being pardoned. He SAME ADMISSION! was a Winnipeg man before becoming an outlaw with a orice on his Jiead. EVERY PERSON will flock to STARLAND on the above dates BECAUSE THIS ATTRACTION IS ABSOLUTELY DIFFERENT FROM ANYTHING ELSE AND ABSOLUTELY NEW. DO BE EARLY! strong for reciprocity, but evidently everything for a holiday.. Mr. Hyde they want the pure, unadulterated ar- [objected very strongly to the custom Chief Kusor, of the Rtimonton lice fovce, resigned after bring n Irave of absence for two works tn visit a convention in Chicago. Chief License Inspector .I.anccy, formerly chirtf of police, has bneu re-appointetj. tide, for which War nock an-d Lib- eral government are the sole agents in Canada. It has been remarked that till the pesters issued b ythe Liberal party ham announcing political meetings in this section conclude with "God Save the King." Not ao those of the Conser- vatives, In spite of their howl as to OI" Agricultural societies offering prlxes MAJESTIC THEATRE W. B. SHERMAN. Manager. PHONE 646. TO-NIGHT The Royal Lilliputian Opera Co. 30 Clever Children 30 Present "The Gondoliers" To-morrow, "H.M.S. Pinafore" Prices 5Oc 7Sc AT THE MAJESTIC THEATRE TONIGHT AND TOMORROW NIGHT, THE LILLIPUTIAN COMPANY IN "THE GONDOLIERS" AND "H. M. S. PINAFORE." THEATRICAL THE LILLIPUTIANS The Royal Lilliputian Opera Co. will appear at the Majestic tonight, pre- senting "Gondolier.'1 It is particular- ly effective comic opera and in the hands of one of the the best directors, 'Mr. Bertram, being secured from the Metropolitan Opera Co., of New York, and it is safe to say that the produc- tion as presented by these children will surpass the work of any juvenile company that has ever been in this city. Seeing is believing and the pat- rons of the Majestic will do well to pay the kiddies a visit on this occa- (ion. HUMAN HEARTS Successful in its tenth senson can je siiid of few plays, but it can be ;aid truthfully of "Human A Ira ma which provides healthful re- creation for the public and which seems to instruct while appearing In he form of amusement, is a boon to tny community. So many question- ible forms of amusement, are -thrust ipon the public, the young and old [which criminals, sooner or later, are f called upon to pay. His dear old mo- i ther travelled over the contineiit to -see her two sons, one on his death bed In the county jail, and the other in the prison hospital with a life sen- tence before him. As.Jie spoke to his mother he raised his eyes heavenward and reverently said, "Thank God, my mother's prayer is answered; she lives and I am a free and better man." The lecture he gives is worth the at- tention of young and old alike, and the clergy in our community could undoubtedly obtain valuable material lor their sermons from the moral les- son which the I-ecture teaches. No one could be more sincere at heart than Mr. Sontag) and his mod- est appearance and genial looks are a, contradiction to the thought that he was once the daring desperado of; the west. The usual run of motion pictures will be given, and there is no doubt that Starland will be packed to the doors. MAJESTIC THEATRE W. B. SHERMAN, Manager. Saturday, September 9 HumanHearts" The "Idyl" of the Arkansas Hills Tickets on sale at Box Office now Prices: SOc., 7Sc. and THE LETTER BOX COMPLAINS OF CROSSING ro Indians for exhibitions of native j nnd much in this hcantifnl liv- custome, dances, pow-wqws, etc. "It storv to think over and enjoy he said "to unsettle the In- dians, he becomes dissatisfied with ihis home and surroundings and can not be induced to work." The agent told the reporter that he could sell all of this year's crop now if he get annexation and loyalty. couslst-enry. Talk about !tne to deliver it. Mr. Hyde also said that long afterwards. Rich In incident, in its variety of characters, in its stage settings, it is one'of the few attrac- tions of ft rent merit MAIB H1BUN lighter, better flavored and a more nutritious bread. and more loaygs to the sack than any other flour. ROBIN HOOD FLOUR is from the choicest wheat from the most select in Saskatchewan. A gjjjrajjjge In every ROBIN HOOD FLOUR MADE IN MOOSE JAW ;