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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 28, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta (TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 28, 1920 SETTING THE PACE" PAGE ELEVEN PASSES AIYA1 When You Are Bilious (By Brlce Beldcn, M.D.) One of the older ideas -regarding biliousness which won much popular- ity ;was that it wag due to a torpid liv- the fact IB that biliousness an autointoxication, due to tho bile, to reach the intes- jtlne, account of catarrhal or oth- :er obstructions of the bile-carrying i piisagei. Tit, ;llTer- Is, itself a very ieldom falls to hit [cm all four cylinders. Bile-la Kcreted In a fluid form by liver, and continuously, in a riate of health, by way of the gall- ducts Into, the first part of the small The flow of bile is Increas-' food taken into tho etom- Dorfas the tnternJB of digestion, i however, tt is itored up temporarily i lathe tall-bladder. BUe hai no dlgeattn power, but action of the pancreatic IJofe, of whose Junctions is to di- ,ltot'starch: It .also EM 1st s in the dl- o( fats because it is a solvent formed during digestion. [rraddHkra, it helps to prepare for in- Imperfectly by. -Btofliaci. MoreoTer, and thli it -very iroport- Unt in connection with the subject of bUifwsoen, it Is an antiseptic, pre- venting changes in the food of a putre- 'factlve character. Lastly, It stimulates the wavo-Hke contractions of the'lntes- lines known as peristalsis, by the intestinal contents are carried on- ward and from the body.- It.will readily be seen from the fore- poing recital of' physiological facts that faulty dicestiiu and abnorinnl de- composition of Ihe Intestinal .contend are aure to.follovj.any marked lessen- ins of the flow of bile... One of the commonest cause's, by the way, of such a'lesVniiig of'the-flow of bile, is tUo habit of Irregular eat- seems to bo-about as-pt tent a factor for as tho iD> judlcl6ns selection of food, or faultv methods of cookery. It'is therefore as'a consequence'of the symptoms familiar to.us under'the names of biliousness, to wit, head- ache, diziihess, coated' tongue, naus- ea, torpidity of the liver plays no" part In the-cauea- tlon of such a condition. OFFFAKIR'SCAR (Fromi Oiir Own Correspondent) CHIMi Sept. ig very busy still loading grain. Mr. Jfoblo was losd- Infr grain Saturday7, Tiight until 12 o'clock, anil started at. 1 o'clock Men- (Macleod Timer) KinistkUo received a sad blow Wed- aflornoou ot week when news was 'phoned to towa that Mr. Chas. hAd expired suddenly. In tho luormiij; he na'i attending to hii duties as at the post 'ifjee and jollying each one be to Ijiter in the day Mr. Craig went out to his son's farm, and very soon after- wards was seen to fall. Dr. Stuart was called hut life was eitintt. Mr. Craig was jeare old. The funeral l take place at Z o'clock today from the home. liesides a devoted wife, he leaves two daughters and sous lo mourn bis lie was a devoted husband and a kind and indulgent father, and to hla friends, the soul of fellowship. Bat And as a man it is that those who knew him best most love to contem- plate him., Chas. Craig a Macleod pioneer, corning hero in 1882 from Otlawa. was managv ot the Anglo-Canadian Ranch Co. in tte early days. Later he homes leaded at stand Off. Later again be In the dairy but- In Hacleod till ISTT when bn 4te- posed.of ills interests hers to return east. in ISOO he came west again to Klnislino, where he farmed for some Uue... .He was postmaster at Kinistlno at the time of his death. Mr. Craig died from heart disease at the age of sixty-four years. The deceased is mourned by two sons, William and Archie, who live at, Klnialino; Mrs. H. Featheratone, a daughter la tho same place, and Mrs. James Story, another daughter living soalh of Macleod. 1YJ 5i I '1 TI Didn t Like The Clanking Of Spurs YIB.VNA. Sept. MalU-A former oOkcr ot the Arutrlau .army was walking through a poor quarter of the city ia full-uniform when a work- men's councillor ordered him to re- move hij claiiitng.spurs. An alterca- tion ensued leading to a suit bj the officer for defiraa'.ioti. The court gaye him damages to the amount of wvTis and lold him he coultl wear splendor of his former estate when where he would. The workmen's piviaea ne and his neighbor objected to reminder of the old time authority of the mtlt- UIT class. Since the ratio call on-of the treaty, offlcere In the full uniform ot the old army with breaatloadB of medals and decorations, .haTe_become yery much in on tho promenades. Many of them uniforms the on- ly decent cgftbcs tber hare. HAPPY WITH NAME CHANGED LOS ANOELES. Because, she saya. "he la not that kind of a man." Mrs. Edna Cudahy Browne has changed her husband's uame from Percy Fisher Browne to John Fishef Hrowne. She eloped with him lasl June and now that she has his name altered to ber satisfaction, 'declare! sho Is perfectly happy. ONLY TABLETS MARKED "BAYER" ARE ASPIRIN f Not Aspirin at Ait without the "Dsyer The name "Baj-tr" Asri" the for over nine- teen years and now made in Canada, a- ialiltts of Aspirin" which cocUins proper directions for Colds, Enreche, rslgia, Lumbago, Rheumatism, Neuri- tis, Joint 1'ains. .-md Pain generally Tin of 12 tablets cost but a few cents. Larger "Hsyer" packages. Tkere i. only My "Bayer" liutM "of Darfr o! Moao- 'C day morning again, in order to, keep all his teams going. He is using four horses to do the moving of the cars, at night, and from three to five men: are kept busy in the clevatur. j. -Mayor Reid of the incorporated city' of Chin has a government posi- tion as enumerator of the referendum votes in this district.- The Battabee farm at Chin has been sold to Mr. Shonnonman. The Batta- bee family intend to live in .Edmon- ton In the near future. Mr.4-II. J Mills, better tnoivn as "Mule" Mills, has shipped a car ol colts, which arrived on the 27th. Chin' will have a school teacher maybe. It has a school house but no teacher as yet. Mayor Reid has purchased a Ford car-from Sir. Sprinkle, storekeeper at Chin. A dance .was held at the Chin school house, and was well attended. Every- one had an enjoyable time. The Bow Island four piece orchestra was in The Walfcer Bros. Foundation at Chin left their car standing in front of their farm- over night. Neit morn- ing when they went to get it, good looking thief had taken all four tires off the car. The thieves were kind enough to-leave the wheels and frame of the car. They towed the car about a hundred yards after removing the tires, and took all the loose tools, even to the vacuum horn. The government road from tho C.P.H. caiiing at Chin Is now finished in good shape. D TEMPORARILY Our lease has expired and the store will in future be occupied by T. C. Ridpath, tailor. Until we can secure a new location we will dis- continue, business. TODAY IS OUR LAST in the present location. Announcement of the reopening wilt made in the near future, BIG SALE TONIGHT _ All our stock of fine confectionery and frenh fruita will be below cost tonight, HIONERY 327 5TH ST. mm. viz- Make Your Home Worthy bf Yotir Own Good Circumstances ANY people are living wim fur- IV1, niture which fiils me need for someming to sit in, eat from, and fill up space, but -which, does not reflect good circumstances of- fotit nitaUi furniture for jow tome 1 ;