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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - April 13, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta TUESDAY, APRIL 18, 1915 THE LETrtBRIDGb tfAILY HEBALD PAGE FIVE Phone 313 for Hudson's Bay Imperial Creamery Butter Guaranteed pure and Finest Creamery Brand. THREE POUNDS FOR DRINK One of the Most Wholesome of beverasres. Western Canada's most populat Tea. You try it. Send thla Advertisement with 25 cents to Blue Plbbon, Limited, .Winnipeg, for the Blue Ribbon Cook Book. The best cook book 'for utt In Western Canada. Write name and. address, plainly li J Don't Let Your >kin Absorb Dirt Miaj woneo think when their akin still contains duititid'grime in all its pores. To demonstrate vour ncwl of joint other besides 9ocp ami water, make test of Nygl's Face Cream, Get a asc or 509 jtr irid their Frte Booklet en- CompIe.-rieH telling how to apply it with.proper methods ofmas- your' fmce thoroughly mid then apply the Ciena. After properly working it. in wipe-your face wild a clean soft white cloth aod see how soiled the cloth li with tu? accumulations of grime sunk into the pores. How refrwbed, soft, clean anddclicately fragrant your complexion now is. How free froin irritation. Nyal's Face Cream is greaseless, ciygeaated and refresh ing, leaving'no shine. Nyal's Face Cream Soap is a delightful preliminary cleanser. n8a All Nyal preparaU'ons nre justly fain- BUS and none more so than Nyal's Face Crcara which' we unhesitatingly recom- mend. Call or telephone us for your copy of this book which contains most vfilpgbJe information, Frank Hedley.. Drug Co., 317 5th St. South; People's Drug Store, 240 13th St. Red Cross" Drug Book "Alberta, Oh one family Lois city tho war horne heavily. 'Co liotli- Mr.- snd Mrs. Louis Keel'about La month afto came intelligence lliat tliuic mothers kail both died since Llic oulbrcnk uf thc wai. Mr. Keel's mothci1, a very aged Jady, passed away sliortly after j the of tlic war. She lived in a litlle town in Austria. j Death came to Mrs. .Keel's mother ill Lac she hail been hurriedly removed from sick bed only a TEW hours before the Russians, sweeping into 'Ci-dlicia for thc lira I time, razed to the ground tlie town in which .she lived. Tlit; moving ami thc excitement caused her dwiLh. While 31 r. .Keel is a native of Aus.- triu, he is nevertheless a good Lin- ton ia tJiese times of stdfd.'He be- lieves the militant party pnt the up- perhand in the Teuton nations, and much against the of tlic great [mass of the people, brought mi tuc war. Jn his opinion thc mass nf the Worth a Guinea a Box the safest, most reliable and most for the common ailments of stomach, liver and bowels, is always BEECHAIYI'S PILLS In boiM, ZB PRESIDENT KX-PKKHIDENT SIT TOGETHER Mre. W. A. .Acklaml Jeaves Loliay lor LK bridge, to upend a lew Calgary AlbeTtan. Miss Gladys Downer; who lias hccu nsHJHg in "WjHnipeg 7or the months, Is expected -home tomorrow. One of.'.tlie most "pleasing and en- joyable diiiiccs ol Uie pcason was giv- en in the K. of P. Jiall by tlie Sick Itoonl Sunbeams. The hall was lasle- fully decorated by the 'girls with yel- ioiv and (frcoii limiting. CiastoH'a tlirec-pfecc orchestra supplied excel- lent music, and the livejity numbers of tiic-program were enjoyed hy the gathering ro the fullest. At the iuter- vat dainty refreshments were served, and -Misses Wullacc! and Uonnell kind- ly played extras.- The Siin Beams arc an active body-ot-youug girls who provide .sick room comforts for the patients at the lin'spital and the af- fair was for the lund, which was swelled considerably: -The patrones Witt. Jii ill'llliun lliv UJiiaj) I jie iJrti-njiii-aoca people, who are very E0.wtt boulevard maintenance. At Were jjesdames -Couyl'narc, Brymncr, soon learn that the talcs of great present a frontage Lax ot 31 cents Seatle and Shcplrer-d.-The Sun Beams victories with which they Inure been ncr toot ia charged against property tJiank Mr.s-.-Chasey and Mrs. tti ffiv.vkM fooil scarcer and dearer every day, liut sewers and boulevards are flowers which decorated the stage, the time will come thc demands maintained out of general revenue, of the masses in botli Austria and everyone pays part whether ot ______ .._ .......g___ ___ Germany will force the governments no't can Donst sowers and boule- nesday .afternoon from three to five, to KUB lor peace. I _. by Mrs., J. Campbell. 31S 18th SI. A cliaiir tea ivill Le gn-en qn TVed- pi 1 stales that he had en- deavored at different times to get further intelligence of his relatives in Europe hut without avail. Left to right. Miss jMafoel Boardman, president of the American .Rod 'roes Society; ex-President Tatt and President 'Wilson a.1 tlie corner stone laying or the memorial structure dedicated to the Women, of the Civil "War, '.-arts-ill front of their property. A'motion was submitted by Com- orang'e Lodge. inissloner Held thai 3J cents asc tux be charged on tlie I Women's'Missionary Society ot! who values great- U'pcr.mincfpr r-lmroV, in Un1J _.. _ ___ ol bo .01 !the II-JS DEATH LIST GROWS London, hundred and oighty-tbree names. Including 23 men were.killed, were added today to the previous caiuatty lista of tbe loss- es In the fighting at NGUVG Chappellc month. This brings the total ens- nalt let in this-engagement to 7244. Of this number 2074 .were killed. Ottawa, April_ the House ol THIRTY PATRICIAS INVALIDED Commons this. morning Hon. Wra..1 'London, April men of Pugsley asked the Prime .Minister it tlie Patricias, .Invalided from tlie front, Qncl 1U lie had yet received Uie consent of the arrived Folkestone yesterday. Moat, Canadian Manufacturers' or them src suffering from at-! to make puhllc correspondence with tacks of rhGuraatlam. They Trill tie re-! that association in regard tq letting turned to-Canada shortly. j genera. luntts. contracts for war supplies. Sir Robert replicil; that, lie had written to thc officers of the associ- ation hut hod not yet received. a re. ply. Mr. Pugsley quotep an .item from Lhc Ottawa P1iapi Presi stating that the British government had, decided! to send their own buyers to-'Canada owing to the netvs_ pi- certain revela- tions in connection with purchases having, crossed the .Atlantic. -The ar- ticle stated thai the Britisli.-goi'ern- mcnt had cancelled'the arrangements by which purchases have made by tlie Canadian gorcrnment.' I5en. Hughes said that so Taj: as he was concerned there was not a word oE truth in the report. Sir Robert Borden also declared that it was without foundation.. He added that within the past few days the1 British at eents per rnrds. This vould raise about whicl to come out of U will therefore reduce rate almost one mill. The, Tho Ladies' Aid of St. Andrew's church will, inee.t-in the rear the tomorrow at 2.30 An immense area of the '-moat fer- f et' -qaszs property owners would have tiou are urged to be urei Uie lanil in Western Canada for sale to pay less. The matter was laid an low'prices and easy termi. ranging the table, however, until it could be -1 5H.OO to 530-00 for farm lands .more' thoroughly discussed, as PP-'NZ NOT- past had asked the government to act in connection with_thc pur- chase of war supplies, 7 A-lth ample lands am 336.00. ;n twenty, yearfl. BVe'fy dollar counts. B. loan for farm S iri connection with is not inclined to allow the to be piled on this year when its. the above taxes, ALLOWED TO DOCK Newport Newa, Vs., April German, merchant Kron Priuz Wllhelm will not be permitted to go buildings. stQ.. up to ROOD, also learned vcstetday that Into.dry dock at the' Sir yard, here payable in twenty years. Here Is your was'raised ny t'U frontage talc on until Usut.-Captaln Theirfslder ler "ly ahout'commander. formal remiest lor leaving time to complete auch' repairs a; he proposed deems necessary to' make hiB vessel opportunity to Increase your. .farm, watermains, of winch only about: commander, formal J3500 Vent lor that purpose. a. surplus of 54500. .11 adJolnJng- l secure your frienda as neighnors. For literature and particulars apply to A. f. CAMERON, Qtn'l Supt. of Lands Dent, of Natural Resources C.P.R, CALGABY ALBERTA OR WIL30N i SKEITH Anents. Lithbrldge. Alberts. DISTRICT COUHT FTJLFOBD FAMILY WHO. MAKE BIG WAB GIFT AN ENVIABLE RECORD The twenty-three years of consist- ent quality-giving that enabled us to BaU nvnr eight million pounds of "SA- LADA" last year has necessarily pro- duced a. shoal of substitutes ready to Profit abol'e ALLIES' DRIVE IS CONTINUING London, April situation on the British battle lints in France re- mained unchanged throughout las' week, says the semi-weekly report received from the British army head- quarters and given out today by the official press bureau. The -report con- tinues "On the morning oi the ninth IHE OF IDE Farmers are now eligible (or mem- bership with the Lnaibridge Board oi Trade. The pi-esideut and officers of the Hoard have spent a great deal oi time att! thought in furthering the interests oi the farmers last year. The Rural Relations committee can very definite results Ior the year's work, and iioiv to bring the citizens in still closer relation -vrlth their country cousins, farmers raera- successfuliy exploded a mine in berships have been provided Tor at neighborhood oi Armcnticres. As a. result the loop-holed walls of a house hold by the enemy- Twenty-nine dead were destroyed. very nominal fee of Si. 00. It is expected that must of thc larmprs in the district will ivant to become as- sociated with a Board that has. been _ t _ _ _ __ Germans were ao in endeavoring to as- Eurly on the morning of ed barley, suppllei all the nutrl- of the grain, Including the mineral elements required by Nature for building acttve.bralnaj. and vigorous bodies. Grape-Nuts hu. become Household word In thousands of happy, prosperous homes. "There's a Beason" MADE IN CANADA Sold by Grocers Canadian Postum Cereal Co, Ltd., ;