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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - April 13, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta THURSDAY, APRIL 13, 191fi THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD PAGE THREE LEVELiVND '^UARAKrEED BICYCLES pJANDSOMB and ^ ^ durnblc. Equipped with the Inteat improvements. Tlif !'Clcvp. Iniid" runs vety smoothty. cjiil^rtlyuiict easily. '45 CC.M.MoiUl "l-"' '- �H Voii! i IHiO baiK'ball season. The ceremony ? ? ? > ? ? ? ? * , Cai.l. II. K. ftarnea, arrived In Cranbrook .vcs-lerday. Tlie colonel's visit was in connection wllli the military luix-np. The executive of the board of tradi! wailed on (^ol. .Mackay at the Craii-lirook hotel last evening, wlien a liiial effort was iruide to sellle the matter once aiul I'or all. Siune four immtlis alio nien recruited here for the 102nd battalion, with headtiuarters at tlie coast. About thre(! weclcR ago the citizens of Cranbrook tendered I lie men composing this unil a farewell concert, arrangciiicnts iicing made toy liieir departure the following day. By some hocus pocns nielliod the transportation was witlihclil and the men ar(? still in Cranbrook. Tin- 22.5th men are all fully eiiiilpped with uniforms, wliile the li)2nd men ar(! between thi devil and the deep sea- -no uniforms and no traiciportation. Lieut. Lister, of the 102nil, wired the l).0. > > * SPRING IS IN THE AIR ? : This Ib the ll*e, watching spring come in; I don't want to do a thing But sit beside a sminy wall .Aiid watch the sun's srfiadows fall; Or say, I'd like to go about a mile, And bait a book and fish a while! It looks like spring, it smells like spring. The whirling spheroid is on the wing. The snow has fled. Jack Frost is dead, The umpire says "play ball"! After looking over tiie moniiiig �batch of spring poetry we come to the conclusion that poets are not made but born to bo of no accoiint. IT ALWAYS HAPPENS III gentle spring His throwine wing J� good for halt a column. The scribes enthuse And write their views With faces wise and aolomii. "It he complalnB Ot/achea or pains They always throw a spasm. They write a lot Of tommyrot Aud rave like one who has 'em. But later on When spring has gone And scrlbeR have lost the fever They turn his way And coldly sa.v, "Who IB your bush league heaver?" � t �> Basehall Rncyclopodia-Soda pop: A lukewarm highly colored concoction sold in bottloB precisely the correct size to throw at au umpire. dent Tener, Secretary Hoydlor and I Barney Dreyfuss of Pittsburg, were among the spectators. Timely hitting won for the Braves, ^Mageo being especially prominent at bat. Rudolph was invincible except In the fourth inning, when Superbas bunched a double and two singles for the only run. Boston.................. ii il 0 Brooklyn................ 1 ll 1 Rudolph. Foster and Gowdy; Cheney and-Miller. Chicago 7, Cincinnati 1 Cliiciiinati. April 12.-Toney's wild-nesB coupled with ragged fielding by the Cincinnati club at critical times and some exceptionally Umely hitting by the Cubs enabled Chicago to win the opening game here today by a score of 7 to 1. Chicago................ 7 !l 2 Cincinnati............... 1 7 2 J\rcCouneU, Faber and Archer; Ton-ey, Schultz and Wlngo, Philadelphia 5, New York 4 Phlladelphiu, April 12.-Bad pitching by Stroud In the ninth iniUngs gave Philadelphia the victory over New Y'ork in the opening game of the season here today, 5 to 4. With two out In home team's half of ninth, and score tied, Stroud gave Stock a base on balls. Latter stole second and advanced to the plate on two wild pitches' by Stroud, ending the game. Both Alexander and Anderson were hit hard at start, the latter being taken out after two innings. Before Mayor Smith tossed out tho first ball each member of the Philadelphia club who was with the team last season, land Manager Moran, was given a gold i watch. ! New York .............. 4 8 .'i . Philadelphia............. 5 7 :i Anderson, Stroud aud Rurldeu; Alexander and Burns. ington's runs, including the winning ; score in the eleventh. "Home-run" i Baker, playing his first regular game | for the Y'ankees, made a good impres- The Olympic games wore arranged to take place at Berlin this year. The war upset the plans. BY CORONER'S JURY Calgary, April 11.-That us the result of failure of local druggists to comply witli the Dominion law respecting the sale of poisonous drugs, Mrs. Ernest i-layward, of South Calgary, Is now tlend. leaving two little children, while her husband is n soldier in France, was developed at an Inquest hold last night by Coroner T. A. Wright at the undertaking os-lablishnienl of Graham & McCall's Mrs. llayward died Monday night in Holy Cross hospital as tho result of having used, in Ignorance, bi-clilorldo of mercury as a wash. The woman purchased tho drug which she had been informed by some Irresponsiblo person was suitable for use, and used It without the direction of a physician. She secured the drug on Jlarcli Si? and a physician was not summoned until March 28 when it was too late to do anything for her, though she was removed to the hospital and every attention given. As a result tho coroner's jury, added to Its finding ot the cause of death the following rider: "Wo would also retjuost that tho gov-ornnioul ulrictly enforce the low regarding the salo ot poisons." Commerce, April ll.-^Wm. Hudson and J. Wolsoncroft have enlisted in the (ilBt Battery. f'. Roosa of Leihbrldge has accepted a [losition with J. Dalrympic, general mercliant of Diamond City. Mr. and .Mrs. Ernie Loxton left here for I'ernio last Saturday. Miss Mary Robertson of Lethhrld.KO passed througii here last week on her way to visit her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wui. Robertson of Diamond City. Privates S. Reid, J. Stevenson and X. Ross, of the .S2nd battalion, Calgary, arrived in Commerce a few days ago, and are engaged in Becdlng cvperations with farmers in this locality. Amongst recent visitors to Com- j merce may be mentioned Mr. and Mrs. R. Heap, Miss Malcolm, Mr. J. Thorn-hill and Mr. Bainbrldge, who motored over from Coalhurst last Sunday and spent a few pleasant hours In the company of that genial old timer, G. l.Kjxton. Mrs. K. Arthur and K. Dickout of Iron Springs visited Commerce last Monday. Miss lithel Willie and G. Weother-ly of Lethbrfdge spent Sunday in this burg. Mrs. T. Bernler of Lothbridge is visiting her sister, Mrs. G. Staples. On Saturday the Sth Inst, about 30 of the employees of tho Chinook Coal Co. met at the ofllco of Dr. Inkroto of Diamond City for the purpose of presenting their former co-worker. Art Bryan, with a token of their es- K!^/.ikoin. .April 10.--Mr.-4. (ieorge Young arrived home from her tri)) to j New York last week. I .lohn ()'.\'-ill lias his new liotel luivv i almost completed. This is a long fell j want supplied. Tlie hotel will be fit- | ted op flr.st class in every way and i uiiiler the cilicicnt management of < .Mrs. OWeill. the public will find Ibis ^ a most restful place. ll seems alto- ! get her a credit to any town. i 111 spite of the spring work, wheat | seems to keej) on coming to town. I ,Mr. Flemming ot Calgary, is the new i agent in clrirge of the Pioneer lum- I her yard. He will do extensive'im-! l)r()vements iind will have his yard fully etiuipped and supplied. We are al! congratuhiting ourselvi^s on our luck in secnrln.i; so competent a druggist. Mr. Cope has tho reputation of being (mo of the most ihor-ougii and iiuiiistaklng piuirmacists lo be found. Sin Wong has honglU. the iiool hall and moved it to iiioperly bought from Mr. Lingjerde. He has put an i!X-tension to it and will start a restaurant in the near future. Messrs. Howe and Haynes have tlieir new hall now well under way and j will have, when completed, a real ! classy i)lace. The second storey will j be fitted up as a society and entertain- \ ment hall in a lliorougtily modern way. j Wu waited long for a hall, but it Is | wortli while, and the pool hall will , he the neatest np. j Morris (Jreen was the genial rapro-, scntative of The Saturday Evening Post. The Country Gentleman and The Ladles' Home Journal. By persistent energy coupled with his peculiar talent as a salesman, lie built up the best Post route for far enough. On the removal of his family from amongst us he wished to iiccompany j them, and was forced to dispose of the business. Though the considera-; tlon has not yet been made public. ! we understand that it is well up In three figures. James Duncan was the lucky purchaser. Bert Collier is the latest to buy residence proijerty in town. Wo understand iie will build on the properly adjoining- ,Mr. Young. Mr. Yager of Pendant D'Orellle, has bought tho property adjoining Air. Garrison and he and Mrs. Yager will retire to town this season. Arthur MacDonald Is visiting with bis sister. Mrs. Garrison, tor a few weeks before going bark to Ontario. The municipal council, at their last meeting, made provision tor the grad lug ot our streets and tho placing ot crossings. Mr. and Mrs. Wegner were in from Pendant D'Orellle today. Before leaving for the homestead they bought a residence site from Dr. Duncan and will soon retire from the farm. Mr. Wegner will have to close up his government contracts before coming in. )" FOR 11 GOLD, BAD BREATH OR SICKJEADACHE BEST FOR LIVER AND BOTiVELS, FOR BILIOUSNESS, SOUR STOMACH AND CONSTIPATION Cel a lO-cent box now. Furred Tongue. liad Colds. Indlge."!-lion, Sallow Skin and miserable headache." come from a torpid liver and cloggf'd bowels, which cause your stomach to become filled with undigested food, which sours and fer-meiils like garliage in a swill barrel. Tiiat's the first step to untold mi.=iery -indigestion, foul gase.�, had breath, yellriw skin, mental fears everything that is horrible and nauseating. A Cascaret tonight will give your constipated howels a thorougli cleansing and .straigiitcii yon out by morning. They work while you sleep- a Ill-cent box from your druggist will keep you feeling good for months. Millions of men and women take a Cascaret now .and then to keep their stomach, liver and bowels regulated and never know a miserable moment. Don't forget tho children-their little insidca need a good gentle cleansing too. Adverlisemeni. SAGE AND SULPHUR DARKENS CRAY HAIR It's Grandmother's Recipe to Restore Color, Gloss and Thickness. Send Per Free Trial Treatmont. Noniiiliur liow long or bowbiul - BOto your (IruKKlKt today and K(.'l; a W cent hux. ol Pyramid Pllo Troatmont. It teem. Supt. Reid made a capital speech in which he extolled the many good tiualities of Mr. Bryan and expressed the esteem in which he was held by the ofllclals and employees of the Chinook Coal Co. He concluded his remarks by presenting Mr. Bryan with a handsome pipe and case. .Mr. Bryan was taken completely by surprise and made a suitable reply, thanking all those who participated In the presentation and expressing his regret at having to part with tlie many friends be associated with during the last two years. A program of songs and gramophone selections was then proceeded with and after refreshments appropriate to the occasion were disposed of, the meeting was brouglit to a close at midnight by all rising and singing "Auld Lang Syne." Hair that loses its color and lustre, or when it fades, turns gray, dull and lifeless, la caused by a lack of sulphur In the hair. Our grandmother made np a mixture ot Sage Tea and Sulphur to keep her locks dark and beautiful, and thousands of women and men who value that even color, that beautiful dark shade ot hair which is so attractive, use only this old-time recipe. Nowadays we get this famous mixture by asking at any drug store for a ."lO-cent bottle of "Wyeth's Sage and Sulphur Compound," which darkens the hair .so naturally, so evenly, that nobody can possibly tell it lias been applied. Besides, it takes off dandruff, stops scalp Itching and falling hair. You just dampen a sponge or soft brush with it and draw this through the hair, taking one small strand at a time. By morning the gray hair disappears; but what delights the ladles with Wyeth's Sage, and Sulphur Is that, besides beaiiti-fully darkening the hair after a few applications, it also brings back the gloss and lustre and gives It an appearance ot abundance. J. D. Higlnbothani & Co.. Limited. Druggists, Lethbridge, Alta.-Advortiiement. SALTS IS FINE FOR KIDNEYS, QUIT MEAT The PTramId Smila From a Slnglo Trial. Will give relief, and a elnelo box often euros. A trial pnokogomallca f roo In plain wrapper II you send us coupon bolow. FREE SAMPLE COUPON PYKAMID DRUG COMPANY,,, ,^ 683 Pyramid Bldg., Marshall, Mich. Kindly send mo a Free sample ot Pyramid Pile Troatmont, In plain wroppor. Nanio...........................  Street City-'-. atote.. TO INVESTIGATE THE LABOR CONDITIONS Ottawa, April 11. -An order In council has been passed by tho govorntoent appointing a commlsBlon to investigate labor conditions in the munition factories al Toronto and Montreal, where there has been considerable complaint and some discontont. Tho commission will conalflt of Judgo Colin G. Snyder senior judgo ot Went-worth county, who will act us chairman; William liigllB of the firm ot John lugUs & Co., Toronto, and John McLelland of Montreal, vice-president of the International Association ot Machinists. The commission will start work making an inquiry immediately. Flush the Kidneys at once when Back hurts or Bladder bothers. No man or woman who eats moat regularly can make a mistake by Hushing the kidneys occasionally, says a well-known authority. Meat forms uric acid which clogs the kidney pores so they sluggishly filter or strain only part of the waste and poisons from the blood, then you get sick. Nearly all rheumatism, headaches, liver trouble, nervousness, constipation, dizziness, sleeplessness, bladder disorders come from sluggish kidneys. The moment you feel a dull ache In the kidneys or your back hurts, or if the urine la cloudy, offensive, i^uU ot sediment. Irregular of passage or attended by a sensation ot scalding, get about I'our ounces of Jad Salts from any reliable pharmacy and tiike a tablespoonful In a glass ot water before breakfast tor a few days and your-kidneys will then act fine. This famous salts is made from the acid of grapes and lemon juice, combined with litlila and has been used for generations to fiush clogged kidneys and stimulate them to activity, also to neutralize tho acids in urine so it no longer causes irritation, thus ending bladder disorders. Jad Salts is inexpensive and cannot injure; makes a delightful effervescent lithia-water drink which all regular meat eaters should take now and then to keep tlie kidneys clean and tho blood pure, thereiby avoiding serious kidney complications.-J. D. Hlglnbotham & Co., Limited, prug-gists.-Advertisement Major Lancaster, O. C, 49th battery, Toronto Exhibition camp. Is at his home in St. Catherines affected wlj^h blood poisoning. Taste for Pretty Colors The little girl timidly asked the drug clerk for a package of pink dye. "What do you want it tor," responded the clerk, "woolen or cotton goods?" "Neither," said the child. "Ifs for ma's stomach. The doctor said .sho'd have to-diet-and so she wants It a pretty color." 78 63737? 61 79 6790 ;