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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 16, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta SIX THE LETHBUIDGE .DAILY HERALD WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER A ArIKW OF ANTWEUP FROM THE The Belgian seaport which may be attacked by-ilte Germans. The picture shows the beautiful Antwerp Cathedral in the disUuiee. The .city ig defended by" a strong line of forts. ffilLETllilOW INDIGNANT CITIZEN SUGGESTS THAT THEY ARE NOT NEEDED OUT COALDALE WAY sec.what good all t4us is "going to said an I indignant passenger on the car this morning, 'speaking ot the war on f wcols which is costing the city BO; handsomely, "when no efl'prt is made 16 follow'up the cutting'-with cmiiincm'eiit- or destruction "of t-hc weeds. What.in tin- use of goiiug to j all that expense ami then 'allowing' Jiosl-s to blow out onto the prai-' rie i-o 'infest every fanner's field with! which they come All of winch may be taken for! what it is'worth. A tour around the Duff addition will hear out the angry' citizen's remarks. The weeds hz been cut, not only by lhc city j by the'citizens as "well, and'they are1 mi-rating eastward over the .prairie at a rqp.U rate. PONTOON BKIDGE CONSTKUCTED BY BRITISH ENGINEERS GENERAL BADEN POWELL CALLS OUT BOY. SCOUTS II Choose Your Coat From the Newest Stock in the City YOU' BUY a Coat nt'Bylaiids you arc sure, th'nt it is the latest, st.ylo pro-, ditotibn i'roiii 'the eastern vPuiy.b'iiy-: er just returned froni Montreal where die ..se- lected alt Hie on display. .Oilier coat's bciifg'shown in the city were May or (hen coats.'arc much longer, is a decided tendency to mjlitary .eft'octs, Cape Coats, Prussian .Col- lars, etc. We liavo oyer New Coats, Ready for Tomorrow This is a as the British army will use to cross a good many streams in Belgium.. Cavalry -1; going over the one that appears in the-.picture. GLENWOOD NEWS {GbnwQod, Sept. very inter- esting and important meeting was held "yesterday "by the musicians of Gleaivood lor the purpo e oi organ izingjm orchestra Mvron 1 ai- tdn was elected as chairman of the Layne. bom' Wight Lay ton. With a few changes )t-his constitutes the'-same--, instrumentation, as that of the' tflenwood .orchestra two rear; it made it lug lour Busines wa rapidly pro- the Card ton di tnct vi itmg all the' ceded with and resulted in a splen unrounding towns, and giung an en did organization John tertainnrnt aid daucc I honored with the ofiiee of Honorary.I The. Giciiwood .public are romised Pre ident Ralph Niel on became the one ol the be t mu ical tieai tin i pre ident or the orche tri Mvron winter That they have had lor a lore WH unanimo sly cho Pn a time Ihe precent orcue tra has the leader Jo eph as talent to produce music and un j asurer and Ernest Sher j douotedlj it wih do o i ood as Librarian The following in L a iree-ior stramentatjon T7a decided uoon Weddmg dance o Saturda First Jc eph Buck and night, Sent 1 .Ernest Sherwood :Seeonu or don Law Lester- Stewart. Cello-rRalph Nielson. yron Lay ton. and been laborm and-family, who have in our di tnct during the summer on Mr. land, tend to. return to their home in Tab er this Send Your Orders For PRINTING Stationery, Sale Bills, Business Systems, etc. THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD have the choice of the Best Stvles and Best oiptns Later on good cloth be carce owing to the supplj tronj German} being exhausted j. ALTERATIONS FREE garment purchaeetl in our store at (lie regular prjoe JviII Tic altered by nn experienced tailoress The lit ana Tiorkmanshlp liaVe- dur'unqujill'fied guarantee Ry lands Co. The Always Busy, Store I BOURRET.-N.OT INSANE Alleged Muraerer ui Munt cal Con- stable Will Have to Stand Trial Sept, plea of m n adtancbd yesterdaj on. lehalE Ismaei Bourret, nvlio is chargeil with fchrne others with the murder of "Con- in Maroh last, was FRENCH SOLDIERS MAKCniMj} PAST "GERMAN SPY" SIGN Grandma kept her jocks dark; glossy and thick with a simple mixture of Sage Tea arid Sulphur. The old-time mixture of Sage Tea and Sulphur for darkening gray freaked anil faded is grand- nother's treatment, and fpllie are again using it to keep their iiair a good, even color, is quite sen- ibie, as we are 'living in an age when a youthful appearance ic of the great- it advantage. Nowadays, though, we don't have he troublesome task of gathering the age and the mussy mixing at home. All drug stores sell the ready-to-use product called "AVyeth's Sage and sulphur Compound" for about 50 cents hottle. It is -very .popular .toecaus e rtmiH can diacmer it ha been ap lied. Simply, moisten' your corah or soft brush with" 'It ''and1 draw till, i rough your" hair, '.taking one trand'at a by morning the gray air disappears, but, what delights the .dies with. Wyeth's Sage and'Sulphur s that, besides beautifully darkening hair after a tew applications, it iso produces that soft lustre and ap- of' abundance which is so at- motive besides, 'prevents dandruff, chirig and falling hair. Sold y J. Co...Limittd, dropped yesterdaj Six doctors testi- fied that liourret was in a Ulentai con- dition which flowed him to staled trial, and the. trial ivas ordered to re: sume. FOUR SONS OF RIVAL AR JS DIE IN HEARS-; Parent Wed First to Germany Then Frenchman, Gave Two Children to Each Side Ilordeout Trance Sept 15 woman living at Basel, married n Ger- man. Two sons were born to them. she married a Frenchman1, and had two more tons All four of' ler sons were called to arms tv o on( each side. The mother just re_ news that a'l four xve fallen in battle I A remarkable series of. posters spottinE tile Countryside of Franco, advertising a Gorman soup were so cleverly printed that they acted as German officers lending forces through The Minister of the Interior got wind of tho system and they were The abpve picture shows one of these signs posted on the wa'll of the arch. Practical Prescrij, Against Stomadu Nine-tentlis of all cases ol trouble die caused b% too. much acid. In the beginning tha stomach itself ib net but if this acid cond tiou is alloyed to con tl.iue, the acid is very likely to eat into the stomach walls and''produce stomach ulcers which ma> render a radical surgical operation. necessary even to prolong life Therefore an' acid stomach is really a dingerous condition and should be treated ser I ioubly It is utteily useless to take I pepsin and ordinary stomach tablets The excess acid or stomach hyper acidity raust be neutralised by the ad i ministration of _an efficient antacid; I For this purpose tho. best remedy is hisurated magnesia taken in tea I spoonful doses In a fourth of a glass of water after each meal Larger quantities may be used if necessary as it Is absolutely harmless Be sure to ask your druggist. for the magnesia, (is other forms of .magnesia' msko effective mouth nasBts but they haVe not the same action on the sto much as the blaurated. ;