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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 20, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 20, 101C'. THE LETirPHTDGE DArtt rtERALD PAGE SEVEN Milk Talks DAIRY DISHES BEST FOR EVERYBODY Since time began Nature has prescribed dairy products as body-builders and repairers. You know that one of the most popular dairy dishes for any whore at any a bowl of bread mid milk. In bread anil milk aro those nourishing scssssary for complete health. Bread and milk'is the real staff of life dish stimulating, re- storative. It is energy in a moat agreeable and digestible form. Nourishing. Economical Try eating more bread and milk. Have it at lunch often. Try it ay a bed-time dish, so you can wake up refreshed. After'you commimcu to eat more dairy products, you'll feel better. You'll be able to do n full day's-work under You won't feel distressed far a couple of hours after each meal. You won't fall asleep after lunch instance. Try the dairy plan. You soon admit that a plain but fare is best. And also thriftiest. Ft. D. Milner of the U. S. Department of Agri- culture says: "A luuch of! bread and milk is very nutrl- .tious in proportion to its cost convenience." OUR MtUK IS PASTEURIZED AND CLARIFIED. Our Calgary Branch Wat Awarded First Prize for Buffer At The Toronto Exhibition ASK YOUR GROCER FOR BRAND" The Crystal Dairy Limited PHONE. 1576 J Tony LombArdl, attempted to slay Reuben on the morning of April MTIIB found guilty this afternoon, at 'and sentenced to 12 years in the penitentiary at Edmon- ton, lie took his sentence calmly. The charge to the jury by -Mr. Jus- tice Simmons 'was given Immediately after the resumption of the case after: lunch. The .'jury took tha case at; 2.27. The returned at 2.150 asking for further instructions regarding the law and the divisions of offenses under the head of shooting with Intent to kill, the charge agaiust the prisoner. (Special to the Herald) Plncher Creek, Sept. death of Hugh Eckland of Twin Butto oc- curred on Sunday, Sept. 10th. Be- sides his wife and three young child- ren he leaves his father, throe sisters' and two brothers, one of the sisters being Mrs. Hoy Marshall of Leth- bridge. The remains were taken to Hill Springs for Interment. On 'returning -.they gave their verdict every ards board. GRAIN MAN DEAD Winnipeg, Sept.1 Siiink, a member of'the Winnipeg grain ex- obanpe, died tonight following a ser- ious illness which overtook him more than a year ago. The deceased leaves a wife and six daughters. Mr. Spink was the first man to start a grain commission business In the Canadian west and had held almost the gift of the Winni. as "guilty-of i grain exchange Me was also a do serious'bodily a somewhat i member of the western grain stand- less severe charge than shooting with intent to In passing 'Sentence His Lordship mentioned that he had tried the ac- cused in 1913 In a similar case in which a was mixed np, and In which Tony had drawn a gun. He said he considered Lombard! a dan- gerous man who should not be at large, and would therefore impose 12 years in the 'penitentiary. The last time Lombard! was in Jail he did 25 months. v GRAFT IN -BRITISH SUPPLIES Inspector Sent to Prison Others Face Charges London1, Sept. Asseling, an inspector in the army clothing de- partment, was today sentenced to five years' penal servitude. His conviction was on the charge of accepting bribes from contractors to pass their goods anil also of obtaining under fajse pretenses by Insti- gating another man, in the name of a fictitious to make a tender for a supply and knives, less than half of which were alleged to have been delivered to the government. Charges are pending against other of- ficials. Get the Habit of Drinking Hot Water Before Breakfast cant look or ftel with the syitem full of right MINE STRIKE AT DRUMHELLER PrumhelleiY Sept. 125 miners in-the mines of the A. B. C. and Newcastle collieries walked out this morning.. They want a 10 per cent, increases over the old scale. Re- cently they were given five per cent, increase, but .how they ask 10 per cent., which being paid by the Mid- land the river. REPORTED BELGIANS ARE' BlrlNG DEPORTED Havre, is reported that 1200 Belgian men, of agos from 18 to 3a years, have been deported' from Ghent by; tha fJermaa. military au- thorities. f The deportation; of the Belgians the entire Ant- werp district, -the report asserts. PARISH RR1E.8T DEAD AT VONDA Prince Albert. Sept. Dy- one, a FrenclyCanadian priest, was found dean on Friday at the priest's house tit -Vonda, where he had been visitinp. 'He .iiad: been 'officiating at St. Denis and 'superintending the erec- tion of a new church. The parish priest at Voncta was visiting when Father pyone'arrived.. Millions of folks bathe internally now instead of loading their system with drugs. "What's an Inside you n.'. it if. rinran-ocd tn ner form miracles if you could believe these hot water enthusiasts. There are vast numbers of men and women who, immediately upon artaiuff In the morning, drink a glass of real hot water with a teaBpoontul of lime- stone phosphate In it. This la a very 'excellent health measure. It id in- tended to flush the stomach; llyor, kid- neys and the thirty feet of intestines PHONE 1224 Mrs. Allan E. Young of Maclood is visiting liur sister, Mrs. 11. J. Crooks. Tile annual buainoBH meeting of Wesley choir will be held at 7.30 Thursday evening next. AM members, are kindly requested to attend. Inspector and Mrs. Humby, who spent the week-end in the city, the gtiestH of Captain and Mrs. Quirk, re- turned to their home in Kegina this Jaw News. A meeting of the Big Sisters' class for the election of officers for the coming year will be held in the schoolroom of Knox church on Thurs- day evening at 7.30. All members are requested to be present. The marriage will take place very quietly at Hollwood, Queen's Park, Toronto, tomorrow, of Clara, youngest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Fla- velle, to Captain Frank McEachren, of the Canadian Buffs. The regular monthly meeting of the Alexander Gait chapter, I. O. D. B., will be held tomorrow at 3.30 sharp In the Y. M. C. A. Members who have joined but have not yet signed the roll are especially asked to be present. This morning Mr. J. D. McLeod re- ceived the. sad news of the death of his mother, Mrs. Donald McLeod, last night at Stonewall, Man. Mr. and Mrs. McLeod Donald left this afternoon for -Stonewall. Lieut-Col. W. J.iWarti, River View, Lennoxville, Que., announces the en- gagement or his eldest daughter, Har- riet Wilson, to Mr. Aaron A. Sparleder of Williams, Montana. The wedding will take place quietly the latter part of September. The regular business meeting of the! Willard W. C. T. U. will be held on j Have your new Fall Suit or Gown Fitted Over a "Modart" Corset of the previous day's WIe I Friday at 8 p.m., instead of Thursday, and indigestible material left over in at the home of Mrs. Washbrook, 1251 the body which If not eliminated every 4th Avenue North. The members are day, become food for the millions, of asked to bring their thimbles as the bacteria which infect tha bowels meeting will :be a sewing one as well quick result is poisons' and toxins as a business one. which are then absorbed into the blood' Dr. and Mrs. Walter Hawke, of Lethbridge, have been spending a couple of days in the city on their way home from Banff. Dr. Hawke re- turned to Lethbridge Tuesday morn- causing headache, bilious attacks, foul breath, bad taste, coldu, stomach trou- bles, kidney misery, sleeplessness, im- pure blood and all sorts of ailments. People who feel good one day and badly the neit, but who simply can ing and Mrs. HawKe is spending a day not get feeling are urged to with Mrs. M. M. Downey before going obtain a quarter pound of limestone News Telegram, phosphate' at the drug store. This will- cost very little but is sufficient to make anyone a real crauk on the subject of internal sanitation. Juat as Boap and hot >water act on the skin, cleansing, sweetening- and Calgary the beginning of the week freshening so limestone phosphate and _ _ _. hot water act on the itomach, liver, kidneys and bowels. It Is vastly mora Important to bathe on the Inside than on the outside, because the skin porei do not absorb impurities Into tht blood, while the bowel pores dp. J. D. Higiubotham Co., Limltet druggists, Lethbrldge, Alberta. vertisement. J. D. Higinbotliam Co., Ltd., Drug gists, Advt. Mrs. J. T. Graham, Worthy Grant Matron 'of the Order of the Eastern Star, is paying her official visit to the chapters in the-province. While in REMOVAL We have decided tc move to a new location on Triftli St., next Letlibridgo Hotel. We offer bargains in MEN'S SUITS, OVERCOATS, HATS, CAPS, SHOES, ETC., BOYS' SUITS, KNICKERS, OVERALLS, SHOES ETC. PANTS MEN'S SHOES 1 lot or 30 pairs. Values up o C MEN'S FINE SIJOES Values up to ?G.OO J pft MEN'S SWEATERS All sizes. Regular values and Removal BOYS' OVERALLS Sizes 24, 26, 28. gft Clearing at per pair......... 9UC BOY'S SUITS tend up. BOYS' AND GIRLS' SHOES Now is the time to get your fall outfit at a snap. M. GOODMAN 706 Third Avenue 8j' Next Royal B'tafk Bid she was the guest ol Mrs. S. J. Blair In connection with her visit to Cal gary, the Calgary Herald says: The Bow Valley chapter. Order of the Eastern Star, received Mrs. Gra ham, Worthy Grand Matron of the chapter of Alberta, on Monday even ing. Tha hall was elaborately decor ated with cut flowers for the occasion Mrs. Graham made a short address during the evening and paid a high tribute to Bow Valley chapter and its Mrs. Games, the associate matron, presented the Worthy Grand Matron with a handsome cut glass vase on behalf of the chapter. She was also the recipient of bou- quets presented by Miss Marr, Mrs. Hodson, Mrs. Eveleigh and Miss Daw- which made a beautiful sheath of the colors of the order. The lodge rooms were well filled with visitors and members of the chapter, and the evening was brought to a close with a buffet luncheon. At' St. Cyprian's church on Monday evening the marriage took-'place of Aiice May, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. S. Harrison, and Mr. Albert Hedland. The ceremony was performed by Can- on McMillen. Owing to the illness of the. bride's father, '.who is with the Canadian forces in England, the wed- ding was very quiet and took place sooner than had been arranged. After the cerembny a wedding supper was served at the bride's home, when a few intimate friends, were present. Wrs. Harrison left Monday night for to lie with her' husband, and was accompanied as; far as Medicine Sat by Mr. and Mrs. Hedland. {Special to the Herald) Cranbrook, Sept. pres- ence of the family and immediate riends, a pretty wedding took place his morning at-11 6'clock at tha honv of Mr. and Mrs. George Kennedy, Han- ion afenue, when their daughter Jet- jle was united in marriage to Mr. Wm jindsay, mining engineer at the Sulli- van nijne, Kimberley, by the Rev. W. K. Thomson, pastor of Knot Presby- erlin church. The bride, who was given away by her lather, was prettily Hired in a suit of poplin and carried t bouquet of white carnations. She was assisted by'Miss Edith Caslake, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James Cas- ake, who Wore a suit of green gaber- dine and carried a bonauet uf pink carnations. Mr. Jack Martin was best man. After the ceremony: a wedding ireakfast was served, with the usual oasts, after which the happy >oung couplo left on the noon tram their lotieymoon trip, be spent n Spokue and Portland. A bexnttfu! collection of wedding presents rer.m'vml. (ratifying to thi hlfk Mgari! in which the dd artCors e tsj Discriminating Women-Women Who Know the Modes- always seek these advantages in a Corset Tliey seek symmetry and graceful1 to make the gown seek the smooth back made possible by the absence of laces in the back of the front laced Modart. They seek case of car- -comfort. They seek ease in adjustment. They seek freedom riage over the diaphragm. They seek these advantages combined with the modern notes of they find, complete expression of these ideas in Modart Corsets. Prices and Let Your Next Corset be a Modart, and select it by fitting-room proof weds are held by their many admirers. A large number of Kimberley resi- dents were at the station to see the loneymoon express depart and to wish ,he young couple unbounded proBner- ity. Otto Stong and wife left yeste; day for Calgary, .where they will .in future reside. Mr. Stone has been with the irm of McCreery Bros, for the past several years, and as an appreciation of his .services-was presented with .100 previous to his" departure. FOOD RIOTS IN VIENNA Sept. disorders lave broken out in Vienna, said a Geneva dispatch, to the Exchange Tel. egraph Company today. There is ter- rible distress among the families working men, the din patch gays (Special to the Herald) Fernie, Sept. Thompson la holding a session of county court here this week, but there is not Very much of importance coming before him for consideration. Another unsavory case of Indecent assault has been up for the "pa'r- ties. coming from Coal Creek. A case of assault charged against a Hindu by another Hindu IB before the court, but will not he'concluded be- fore Friday or Saturday. Lieut. Mitchell, late a law clerk .in the office of Lawe and Fisher, but one of the first boys to don the khaki, has woo. his commission in the trenches, together with some unpleasant. me- mentos sent from German guns in tha shape of wounds which have kept him in England for "more than a year. Mitchell expects to return to London for clerical- duty in a month, or two. He is now visiting here Like Billy Bryan of Macleod, Lieut Mitchell uld not wait for a sion, but joined the ranks as a private and has won Ws promotion by bravely' doing his duty in whatever rank ha found-himself, arid-he is meeting with: a warm welcome from his many; friends here. Mrs. Chas. Darrough, an early tier of the Ninette, Man., district, la dead. See The New FORD Before Selecting a Car 3555 f. o. b. Lethbridge Let us show you the famous YANKEE TIRE PUMP It fits any car and blows up any tire. Price only And a General Line of Accessories attention given to Re- solicit your Ford business. Ford Garage Third Ave. S., Phone