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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 26, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE EIGHT THK LETUBR1OGE DAILY HKKAU5 vVEDNESDAY. SKPTKMBKU 20. 1917, >fre. Ruth EHcr Appears In "Pay Telephone liuild- ing Ready Soon the Ued Cross rooius or at Iho home ot Mrs. A. Mercer. A largo number o( iwople niolanil ranistou nu Sunday to a'tend the services to ue held in connection vlth the hyius o( the cap stoao ot tho Temple. The Gleaners swarm ot the Y.LM I. A. were In charts ol the !ted Cross luncS rooms on Saturday. Over J30 was tur.ied In to treasury. is progressing nicely in this lhe shower ot Sunday he', i up Eome machines, but a v.tre running on Monday af- tcruivi Th1.'elovator men report that M the wheat thus tar d No. 1. returned the latter r A reaarkaMe (eature Is that Mrs. er designs her own hats, and the hat in the photo has Chinese dolls. hind-painted by Mrs. Elder. She was offered S90 tor the hat by an admirer. tnd although the hat cost imirh less the refused the amount. This produc- tion of the photoplay comes to Ma- grath sometime in December. The new telephone eschacEe build- ins Is Hearing completion, and about one more week see it finished and Our Own Ocr Msgralb. Sept. paper ot a flni is a pho-.o Mayor Bennlou write-up ot, oi: part o! tho week from Calgarr, whcro G Heaihershavv. Mrs. Elder, he atier.Oed the coaventlon. Wbile is well known here and lived here for i there. Sir. Uennion iras appointed to EOUJC time a tfi years ago She is now j act on Ihe ciemplion (or a movie aclress'arxl is slaying in a j this JUtrlct. rerent "Pay Me." On Tbursity evenins. Sepl. !J. .He 1.1 finai swarmo[ ne IJee HiTe work convene In the Assembly hall at A ver; Oil awards for the s'jmmer work. AH the Bee Hive Kirls are requested to be pre-; sent and also their mothers and any' other ladies are cordially invited to attend. Mr. Willard ot Calgary, and Mr. Par- ker of Winnifred, met with-the mem- bers, of the U.F.A. on Saturday night This is a nica little.' and esplalneJ the benefit of Iho co-op- First street south, erative division of the association and y good program has been arrang-; d the girls will receive ihfi.'r J HEAP' ACME when you feel T depressed try t An effective laiatlTe that Is gentle smooth and pleasant to take, will put you right, an d e very moni- Ing send you to the office feellnft fine. 6 SOLD EVERYWHERE Complexion of Now Cabinet Is Likely to With ..SpcialUt Tinge Stockholm. Socialists made gains iu tho elections i.o ibc lower chamber of the Kv.viHsh parlia- ment ermetiKleil Friday :uul ihe post- liou of HJalmar Brant thti I at leatle r, sue c eueil garda tbe extremist wing of Ms own [party. The Conservatives lost seats to the Socialist? who also sain- ed another In Stockholm. Four i yard, with a switch, when Iho horso re- taliated as pbove elated. .Master Rus- sell Is now lu the hospital, ami Is progressing ulcely. Mrs. 11. McKeea, of Meadow Vault met with a serloui accident ou Wed- last. She was holiUog a (earn oi siiUHeJ horses In fropt of the Murri son grocery when the animals became frightened and tolled. Mr. MeXeen was iu front ot the horses holding them when they became frightened, cud he was dragged to a point uppo- si toI tho Font par ago ivhou the pole tmiiip." Mrs. McKeen held bravely to tao reins uutll turnEtig the pauK ot ni suerco corner, when th e tig was capsized and Mrs, MeKccn and child YiTre throvvu violently to ihe ground. She sustained concussion ou the head and severe ou various parts of the body. Tho taby and Mr, McKcen fortunately escaped ivithoul a scratch. The horaes cuo'.Sn- ucd litAdly and ran sr. tile was standing tbe Socialists were replaml by tho section city Grocery; one or the horses fcl! ,riy led by llranlinjr. Among on It ready for use. brlct huildlng Just east of store. the Trading company Mr and Mrs. Wm. Mclntyre. ST., of Salt Lake City, are visiting their sons here at the Melntyro ranch just south of town. The following Red Cross supplies Irere shipped by the local branch to the provincial office at Calgary this week: 96 T. bandages; 12 ed bandages; 12 triangular bandages; 7 thald sliogs; 2 convalescent robes; S day shlits, G suits pyjamas; 4 pairs socks; 12 surgical shirts. The last shipment was sent two weefcs ago so this Is two weeks' sewing, most of has been done at the rooms. The society here also sent to the provincial branch bslp fill tie Christmas stockings for wounded sol- fliers. The Canadian Red Cross are tending Christmas stockings to all grounded soldiers. These stockings Trill be filled with things needed by Ihe soldiers snch as writing tabs, en- relopc-s, tobacco, candy, gum and other thinngs. The Magrath branch are con- templating seeding similar Christmas presents to all tbe boys who enlisted at Magrath and would like a pair of jocks knitted for each one. Any lad- ies wanting yam to fcnlt can caH at tho United Grain Growers. Tho local branch eipect a carload ot fruit on Wednesday's freight. It will L-e sold at the station. 'RAPE'S DIAPEFSIN" FIXES SOUR (JXSSY, UPSET STOMACHS IN FIVE MINUTES. If What you just ate Is souring-on your stomach or lies like a lump ol lead, refusing to digest, or you belch gas and'cruetate sours undigested food, or have a feeling of dizziness, heart- burn, fullness, nausea, bad taste in mouth and stomach headache, you can iurely got relief in five mlnutea. Ask your pharmacist to show you the formula plainly printed on cases of Papa's Diapepsln then'you will understand why dja peptic troubles of all fcinds muet go and why it relieves sour, out-of-order or indigestion In fire min Ktes. 'Tape's DIapepsin" la hannleia- tastea lite candy, though each dose -will digest and prepare for asiin tlon into the blood all the food you cat; besides, it makes you go lo f table with a healthy appetite; bu That will piease you moet. Is that yoi will feel that your stomach and intei tines are clean and ZresL, and you wll not need to resort to laxatives or live pills for biliousness or constipation. This dly will have many "Pape" Dtapepsin" cranks, as some people wl tall them, but yon will be enthusiast! about this splendid stomach prepara loo, if you ever tafce It for Ind gallon gases, 'heartburn, Bournes' or any.stomach misery. Get-sbiae now, this mlnule, and r! of stomach misery and inc in five CAPTAINCY FOR T. SON London, Sept. Gazella an- ounces the appointment of Kermit nooMTelt to be temporary captain especially employed from Aug ut 22 last. KcrmJt RooseveU, who In train- ng at Plattsburg left there on August to accept an offer to serre In tbe British army on_the staff of General Maude commander of the Mesopotam- 101ST? Montreal, Sept. revela- tions made public by the state department at con- cernirg the Von loel papers, il was stated that those papers contained a letter "X" from some one m Canada who de- clared he was In dally communi- cation with J. Hall Kelly, K.C., whom he described as one of the leaders of the separatlonUt movement In Quebec. Mr. Kelly has wired a local paper as fol- lows: "I have had no correspond- ence or connection whatever with Bernstorff or the kaiser or any one connected directly or Indirectly with them nor have I ever been connected with any se pa ratio nttt movement. "Ac an Irishman, 1 have a lot of love for Ireland, but at a loyal Canadian 1 have rone for Gtrmany." ABBEY'S-VITA TABLKTS Eitiem: cutt of Bex ot tho pa those defeated was the- so: 11 t-rcvolu- lionnry lender, The Liberals held onto their seals. Thy results in two districts, Including of (ho ulg Stockholm districts, are still in