Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 16, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta
SIX THE LETHBBIDGE .DAILY HERALD WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 16, A VIEW FROM THE HAKIfrOK The Belgian seapoTt which may be'attacked by-the Germans. The picture shows the beautiful Antwerp Cathedral in the distance. The city is, defended by a strong line of forts. INDIGNANT CITIZEN SUGGESTS THAT THEY ARE NOT NEEDED OUT COALDALE WAY '1-iloii'i scc.wlmt good all. this is going to said ani iniiighant passenger on tlrc car this sucnking of the war oa j wtoiis which is costing the city so' no oft'orl is made follow, up the cutting -with the coullneraent or 'of the' WHMls. What. is the use of goiiug to all that- expense ami then 'allowing llie posts to blow out onto the prai-' rie.to infest every fanner's lield with} which tiiey CQnie All .of. may be taken Tori what it is'worth. A tour around the' Duff addition will bear out the angry! citizen's: remarks. The weeds have' been gut, not only by the city but j by the citizens as'well, and they are' migrating eastward over the .prairie at a rap.d.rate. Choose Your Coat From the Newest Stock in j the City PONTOOIS BRIDGE COXSTHUCTED BY THE BEITIS1I ENGINEERS This is a bridge'snch as the British army will use to cross a good many streams in Cavalry is shown "going over the one that appears, an .the-.nieture. GLENWOOD NEWS Sept ver> inter- esting and important meeting was held yesterday by the musicians of tor the purpose 01 organ izjng an orchestra Mr Slyron ton was elected as chairman ot Layne. I Wight j Annie Lay ton. I With a Few changes )this constitutes the as that ot the G-Ienwood orchestra o i ears e the Cardston district, visiting all the! ceded with anjl resulted in a splon surrounding towns, and giving an en dm''organization John tertamnvnt and dance honored with tne office 01 Honorar, j ihe Crlenwood public are romised President Ralph Nielson became the one of tne best musical tie-us thi president of the orchestra Mvron winter teat thpr have had for alorg. Laj.ton was unanimously chosen as'time The present orchestra-has the leader. was elected sec- retary-treasurer and Ernest Sher wood as Librarian. The lollowing in- stmmehtat-ion -was decided upon First lolms Joseph Buck and JDrnest Sherwood. :Sceonu, Law and Lester Stewart Nielson yron La> ton alent produce good music and un doubtedly it will do bo I-rank Lavton is giving a tree-fur ill' wedding dance on Saturdaj night, Sept 19 Onnan and---.family, who have been labormg m our di tnct during' the summer .on. Mr. land, in- tend to--return to their home in Tab- er this week Send Your Orders For PRINTING Stationery, Sale Bills, Business Systems, etc. THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Superior Quality Work and Prompt Service at Lowest Cost You May As Well Have The Costs No More DANIEL--STEVENS One of the Canadian born in "Prin cess Pat's 'now-at Quebec awaiting transport with the first contingent to Europ0 He lias sened in the South 4fncan war TURX HATE DARK WITH SAGE TEA randma kept her locks dark, gfoss> and thick with'a simple mixture of Sage Tea arid Sulphur. The old-time mixture of 'Sage Tea nd Sulphur for darkening grny: streaked and faded hair' is grand' mother's treatment, and folks are again using it to keep their Inlr a jood. even color, -is quite sen- sible, as we are living in an age when a youthful appearance is of the great eat advantage Nowadays, though; we don't have he troublesome task of gathering the lage and the niussy> mixing at home. All drug stores, sell the ..ready-to-use jft called 'Wvethg and Sulphur Compound" for at out 50 cents a bottle It is popular because can it has been ap jlied Simpl> mdisten your comb or soft brush wfttC !t "and- this lirough your hair, taking one "small trand at a by m'orning the gray air disappears, but what delights the adies Sage and1 Sulphur that, besides beautifully darkening :ie hail after few applications, it lao produces that and ftp- waranre oi abundance is so at ractive besides, prevents dandruff .Lhing scalp and filling hair Sold, by J D Higinbotham ft. Co. Limited J GENERAL BADEX POWELL CALLS OUT 200.000 SOY SCOUT8 taU BUY a Coat yon; ''arc 'sure', th'iit ifc is tlicy latest .stylo pvo- (liictibii ,1'roin 'the 'eastern v0uivjj.ji.y-- .or just returned from Montreal lecte'd all', llfi! coats on display. .Otjicr. emits silio'wn in tlie city we're Ijpiight.in 'May OT J since- thoji coats 'are much Jong-er, there is a.. decided tondenoy to 'military ;p fleets, Oiipo Gouts, Prussian- Gol- etc. We have oycr 65 Smart New Coats, Ready for Tomorrow The Chiet of the Scouts Great Brit-un nho has just called out hundred ffiousand boy scouts to rally around the colors for dutj as dispatch bearers 1 i a_______________ Cape Coats Seven different, models in this .popular Winter new shades capes de- tachable in some stjles Special value at ?37 53 j ?'S, f2r and Redindote Coats Straight line' with the basque ef- fect, buttoned tight to waist, .then flare skirts, colors brown gixy ami black Special at Velvet Coats The e re r popular 'dress-up' Velvet Coats in plain and fancy styles, sortie with bril- liant broche linings Priced from Military Coats 'Great they are called in -the army Prussian collar, loose fitting Hag- Ian sleeve, wide skirts, made from cosj blanket cloths zebelines In a C striking a floiting mine n the Sea "placed a German mine steamer Smart Coats for Girls Corduroy Clotb Coats 8 to 14 Years For Kiddies lust imagine 49 Coats for girls Tlie-smartest, lot-.ot. Coatf.Ior frobi. 8 to 14 jear sizes all neu the Kiddies we haye dverBBoirn .'cloths, new I and the range is very extensive color lues as high as as New shades 1 Prii.es start at __________DEPOSIJV tfjll keep a coat lor jou until you are reaJy for it By choosing >ou have the choice, of the Best Stvles and Best Glotha Later on good cloths will be scarce owinjf to the supply fronj'Germanj being exhausted t "ALTERATIONS TREE fA Eiery garment purchased m our store at the regular prjce yrttt be altered by an exper enced Ihe fit and workmanship unqaalified guarantee Ry lands Co. The Always Store BOURRET NOT INSANE A'leged Murderer of Montreal Con stable Will Have to Stand Trial Montreal, ;Sept; plea oE anity adianced yeeterdaj on behalf Df Ismael Bourret, is charged with ihree others with the murder of Con table Bourdon in last was FRENCH SOLDIERS MARCHING PAST "GERMAN SPY" SIGN A remarkable series of posters spotting thio Countryside of France, advertfaing a German soup were BO cleverly >rintefl that they acted ai signals to German officers leading forces through France The Minister of the Interior got wind of tho system and they were destwd The abWe lecture of these signs posted on the wall of the area, t dropped yesterdaj fa doctorf, testi- fied that Bourret was in a mental con- dition which allowed him to btttncl trial and the trial tt_as ordered to flump i FOUR SONS OF RIVAL AR l DIE IN FIGHT, MOTHER HEARS Parent Wed First to Frenchman, Gave Two Children. to Each Side Bordeaux Prance Sept 15 hung at Basel married a Ger man Two sons were born to them Aftei wards she married a and had two more sons Ml four of' her sons were called to arms, tv o each side The motner just reivert news that a1! four I falleu in battle j I. Practical Prescrip Against Stomachs Nine tenths ot all cases ol trouble nowadays are caused hi too, much acid In the hcginning the stonach itseit is nol diseased but it this acid condition is allowed to con lane the aeid is very Hkely to eat, nto the stomach walls and produce stomach ulcers render a radical surgical operation necessao even to prolong life Therefore, nn acid stomach is really a dangerous, condition and should be trealed ser oasly It IB ulleriy useless W take pepsin and ordinary stomach tablets I he csccss aeid or stomach hyper acidity must be neutralized bv i> ad ministration of an efflclent antacid 'or this purpose tho best remedy Is magnesia taken in tea spoonful doses In a fourth a glass of water after meal Larger [uantitles may be used if necessary as t is absolutely harmless Be sure to ask jour drusglst for ihe magnesia aj other forms of magnesia' make effective mouth ljutthey have not the samp action on the sto, mach as tho blgurated.