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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 13, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta Daily Heriild, Tuesday, September Ja, 1910, For the next month our stock of High Grade Ladies', Gents' and Children's sold at sale sis we are moving to Round Street Come and bring the Family, Royal Shoe Shoei Editod by Phone 1052 If you haven't, or phoned In your. Receiving Day and wish 'it "on the Her- 4- aid calendar list. Please do at once.. SOCIAL .P.ER-SONAL Mrs. John Korne will -receive to- morrow afternoon for .the .time at her home, JL307 Dufferih and thereafter on the second Wednes- day of each month. Mrs. .Angus C. Robertson, Bruce. street, returned yesterday- the ;oast> where she has -.beeib... spending -three- months in. Vancouver Victoria and Mrs, 'Brooks; of w-ho s: ,been visiting her son, Harry Brooks, -at 321 William street; for the -past few months, is leaving today for Winnipeg-, where 'she will spend a few weeks with hor daughter" -before re- turning., home. The marriage of -Miss4 Mc- G-ifcbon, .daughter by The Geo.- Batten Compan, advertising agents. New York, which should be read .by every man. It is en- titled "Advertising Doesn't and. follows in full: 'Of course not, the vast majority-of manufacturers'-in nearly all lines are agreed that doesn't' pay. an Instance, there are twelve hundred'- and fifty soap manufacturers in the United States. The vast, major- ity of them evidently think advertising can't yet we have Proc- tor' Gamble, Fels, Colgate, Williams Pears, Larkins, and a few- what are they out of twelve hundred DISTRICT NEWS FLOWERING VALLEY Flo werinK Valley, Sept. recent, rains have raised hopes in the hearts of nutny homesteaders The ground is covv in shape to prepare lor, next year's crop. With proper -'cultivation this {all there should be, plenty of .moisture to give. the crop a good start next spring. Charles Dowler has moved his fam- ily to Taber for the winter. Sir. and -Mrs. George Rondejush were callers at the home of Mr. and Mrs. P." 0. Warner on Sunday. Albert "Reid goes to Medicine Hat next week, where he has employment. Theodore Rapson leaves next week for T. Sausser attended Sunday school, north of Whitla. Emil Johnson has returned home irbra Cardston where he has teen at work. Keary-.Willner- returned home from the irrigation ditch north of Taber.'- The prospect for "cutting prairie hay is very .good and it is certainly ap- preciated ;by the homesteaders, al- though it is little late for harvest. CQALDALE. 'Coaldalt, Sept.. and Mrs.. Crest..'announce the birth of a 'baby daughter; t s W. 'H'.r-McDoweil of Dclavan, 111., is visiting at: the home of B. S. Paw- sbii and .wife.. The Ladies' -Aid will .meet Wednes- day afternoon at the home ol Mrs. Ella''-Cokely.- Yearly election OL of- ficers will .Snow, and Dike have placed an order, for; a -32 horse power Reeves traction engine-., H.. has purchased the 'section, the north- liere Is a Real Dyspepsia Cure Question as to how tons you are going to cofltlnue a sufferer from indi- gestion. Dyspepsia, or merely a matter of how soon you >egin taking some Diapepsin, If your Stomach is lacking in diges- tive power, why not h-elp the stomach to do its work, not with drastic drugs, but a re-iaforcement of digestive ag- ents, Eucb...ai are naturally at work in People with weak Stomachs should lake a occasionally, and there will be no more Indigestion no feelifig like a lump of lead in the- stomach, heartburn, Sour risings, Gas on Stomach.or Belching of undi- gested Dizziness or Sick Stomach, and, besides, what you eat will not and poison your breath odors. All.theoe symptoms .resulting. from, a so.ur, out- of-order stomach and dyspepsia are generally, relieved in live minutes aft- er taking a little, .Diapepsin., Go to your druggist and get a" 50- cent case of Pape's Diapepsin now, and you will always go to the table with a hearty aafl what you eat will taste, good, because.'your -stomach, and intestines; will be'clean and you will know 'there are -not going to be any mote bad-nights and miserable days for-your They, freshen you and make-you feel .like life is worth living; and fifty? There are thirteen hundred and seventy-five mattress and one Qstermoor. Four hundred biscuit and cracker K. WATSON, Prop. Crabb Street Qpp. Bank of Montreal for the. president, and Bouiton, secretary. Miss Bertha, A well attended .meeting of the Ep- League of Wesley- ohureh was held last night; which -proved to be a most profitable lone. The-meeting was in. charge of M. K. first vice president, and the jvas divided, in three -covering three- periods of the "life" ofr. Florence The first period was taken .-by R. A. Crairford, the second (the war period) 'by S. Vallanoe, and third, -by Miss Bower. A feature of the- evening was a'quar- tette sung 'by Messrs. Vallance, Wood, Fauncn and Collier. A poem by Miss McGregor, on the life of Florence Nightingale was- most ap- propriate and well rendered, seventy were present. SHERWOOO-LISTEMANN RECITAL An appreciative and audience greeted Mr. fairly large William Sherwood and_ Miss Virginia Liste- marm, who were heard in joint dial at the Majestic Theatre last evening. Mr. .Sherwood, who is one of the eminent pianists of the pres- ent time, possesses rare, musl-oanship, great technlc and clearness -of tone; hfs -'touch is suibtle and magnetic, and his style brilliant. !The programme he presented was varied and includ- ed compositions from Moszkowski, Schumann, Mendelssohn-Liszt, Bach, Chopin, arid other known composers. Also one of his own. compositions "Exhilaration, Op. 14, No.. 3" received flattering at- tention and at its close an enthusi- astic encode. The feature of tue evening was Mr, Sherwood's jmasterly esecuuon "Wedding 'March" and "Elfenspiel" ,by Mendelssohn-LiS2t, from music to Shakespeare's "Midsummer 'Night's ..which was written the composer was only nineteen years of age. Since that time no self-respect- ing elf. would dream of-, gamboling to any but .its fairy-like strains, while the Wedding March has" 'become al- most "sacramental." A bright little fancy that" delighted the audience was K-dward MacDowell's "To a Water Lily." Miss Listemann captivatad her. au- dience at once with ier opening group of -selections. The "Morning Hymn" by and "The Kiss'.' -by Ar- diti, wore sung with ease .and -charm in Italian. Miss Listemann posseses a glorious lyric voice beautifully clear, her enunciation is excellent, and her graceful mannerisms add to thft pleasure of enjoying foer. songs. Tosti's "Good-bye-" with which the audience was more familiar than with her other numbers, was faultlessly sung and received an ovation. As an encore that jjld 'but ever new and welcome Ballad, "Annie Laurie" was sung- with a feeling and (Sympathy that oniy a true artist can bakers. How many can you name? Educator and Uneeda. Any more? .Twelve thousand three hundred and twenty-six cigar Three or four are large 'tis rumored thaht these are the mcjst pro-; Cloak and suit manufacturers, fif- teen-hundred and 'twenty-eight.- Na- tional Cloak and Suit Company -anti, one or two others think .advertising pays.' six- hundred and flour' -you almost have to say. mean 'T Eight hundred and fiftyrfour' glass know MacBeth... Seven hundred and seventy-five paint manufacturers. National Lead Company, Carter -White Lead, -Sher- win-Williami many -v more can you name: off-liand? Sixteen hundred and eighty-one um- brella know any umbrella by name? We could .go on through, the entire list. Our point is: The vast are against advertising, are' opposed to because they believe it doesnt" persistently overlook- tha fact that in nearly all lines -the biggest, strongest, most prosperous -competi- tors are those who do" the most ex- tensive-advertising. ..i Advertising-is for the big merchant and; big manufacturer. It will not do much for the small man. for the one who has to be shown. The. big. man sees; the big ones were big merchants and manufacturers even when their businesses were advertis- ing played its' part in 'the develop- ment of these men and the business structures that they have built. More of these will come, are "inany are here and "growing. Hardly'a" day passes without a re- duest coming -tx> The Times from some manufacturer, to advertise his product without cost to. him on the ground that he is trying to get a foot-hold. Re does not ask his landlord for. free rent, nor the electric company for free power. Those are items of fised ex- pense. But the newspaper, jnust help to establish him. Newspapers would be far more willing do 'this if 'man- ufacturers -once- established" were con- stant advertisers. .They are the above quoted sermon shows. Advertising is a help to, ariy manufactursr, and is just as legitimate- ly a fixed charge of his business as his rents or Times'. BURIALS AT SEA. Bprn; to! Mrs. A. Auger on Sept. 7, a son. is-'on the sick list. have interfered with harvesting 'threshing but will give "the-; Jail.'" start-and put the-: stubb-le -ground in good con- dition, for Tall'plowing. "Moore has returned from a business'1 trip -to 'Montana, .William' Emde has. returnefl from Northv ..Dakota .-where she has beeii summer. Water users-, have been circulating a 'Petition to tae" irrigation' company to have Jeft. on -during the month: -of-- October.. It; is not -yet known: -what- "action will be-taken bv the' company. sitierable. difficulty in supplying the present deraand- ior coal at his mine, three and" a half miles north east of Milk River. Miss Martha Erdman of Warnec is spending; .several days .visiting friends at Milk River 'and 'vicinity. "VVm. Moore, for some time connect- ed witH- the- Milk River Mercantile- Co'." has taken" a vacation and will, spend the winter "at his. home in On- tario. There has: been very .little grain threshed vicinity --so far but all, re turns-, have- been :very. satisfac- tory._'. John Long, living in 1-17, raised a crop of winter wheat .that averaged twenty bushels per acre '.and, spring wheat .Stteeii hushels per acre. Will Be a Thing of the Past if the Undertakers Have Their Way About It. j 7SWEET VALLEY Sept.-- Q'NeiL is-sick'. typhoid fever the Some of the' camps were closed this week: Gray's and Creighton's are home for lew days' .rest. "f-f" Mrs- Shirley- sr-; was "appointed del' at'.the.-.mesting" last Wednesday for meeting- in the churchJat Our spring ranis are. coming now. It has raining steady since Sun- day- :-The grass1'is and it makes the farmers smile that have just sown their-.winter wheat. Mr. Eskilan-d is a business. visitor at Optic this" week. Mr. Greenmair made a trip to Car- mangay for material to plaster his house one day last %cek. "Richard Sable is at Loma helping his brother-in-law put up- hay. His mother is improving. Beatrice Armstrong.] returned to Carmaagay on Friday after a week's visit-at' home. Jack.Miller and parents have mov- ed to G-ranum for the winter.. Sebeck's were callers at Paulson's, Friday.. Tom .Beamish .is spending his vaca- tion in Montana, hunting. "There was no church service Sun- day on account of the stormy wea- ther.' Born to, Mr. and Mrs., Montgomery last- week, a boy. Mr. Scott returned, home-fiom Nan- ton where he has .been ..vorking this summer. MILK RIVER NEWS Milk River, Sept. River F.W.- Grandy.. sccivixrv in Tfhichiir, Nelson-is starring, this being time it has ibeeh.-play- ed outside of the ies. "In. "all probability, :.this :po'rtraya3 l] 'be" the ,real''treat dram.atically, speaMng. Miss Grace Johnson, the ifaeautifill young leading lady -whose charms havs serred to enrapture audi.en.cea ererywliere, seeii at- "her-' 'hest. in the role of "Jen." Mr. Nelson and Arthur.'Snyder dle "some very comic eitnattons >wiiich never fail to create laugiiterv OF THE PLAINS Fresh from the laurels gained by an unprecedented run. at, the Gar- rick Theatre, San. Francisco, and .the Beck Thearte Bellingham, Harold Nelson, Canada's favorite actor and a company of excellent players be seen at the Majestic nart Wednes- day. Inasmuch as Mr. Nelson will only be able to play one night on account of the ibrevity of his present tour Lost for 24 hours in the-'rbusii near. North Day, James Gracey and Alfred Sheiter, two employees of N. 0. office staff, were discovered, hungry and footsore, after an unpleas- ant experience. coughs, cures heals the throctnna lanes. 23 coats. luesday, September -14 ______ A a ran 01 at'the Garrick Theatre, Chicago Tickets now on sale at Red Cross Drug and Book Co. ;