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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - April 15, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, APRIL 15, 1916 THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD Automobile Owners ATTENTION! Car owners have been dieappointed so often with gasoline sav-ing devices that the hardest part Is to get a "compensating vapor plug" on a car. But once it Is on we have a different story. You will never know the Power, Speed and Economy there really Is In that car you are driving until you equip it with a' "COMPENSATING VAPOR PLUG." Hero lira soint! IohIh Io tlm KiUlon of KiiKollno on diffnroni curs imiiln Willi ntul wilhoiit tho "COMPENSATING VAPOR PLUG." PAGE PrVE Wltliout Willi Snv- V.iu: inns Abbot Detroit .. 11 14 Apperson .. . ... '9 12 33 Briscoe ..... .. . 19 26 37 Cadillac..... ... 9 13 44';;, Chalmers . .. .. . 9 12 33% Chandler ... ...14 18 33 koIMiik. \>i! can Kuarniili'f! you !i .savln^m hIouk tlif iibovi; liups. ATTACHED IN FIVE MINUTES-NO ADJUSTMENTS Extract from a letter from SERGEANT JAMES HARVEY, OF THE 29TH BATT., C.E.F. I liav(> worn MOCKIE fiOO'l'H Hteadlly Kincc thi! war began-In Oanadii, lOn^land. In tim treilchCB and In Flandfirn. AUoRf'tlicr they havn boon Rivon hanlcKl poaslblp usp for more than twnlvo nionlliB. Tlu-y would he kooiI yet It' I liadn't lorn tlio toe of oiiu bool by kicking Into a barlicd wire eulauBlempnt. al nluht. Wlicii tbo boya hern rnriulre a pair of boot.s Uiey go to a shoe repairing slui|) and nee If there an; any old pair.s of LKCKIIO'S which have been ill.scardf-d and (ollected. Tln'y would rather liavy rh old pair of L1i;("KIF;'S than a new pair of any oUier Hlioe. 500 GALLONS AT PER GALLON Better An Old Pair of Leckie's than a New Pair of Any Other Shoes Our boys at the front demand LECKIE boots for comfort and wear. .The most popular boot in the army. .\'u (ntii'i' Hliot^ made i'an eonipavi^ Willi n i^KCKlK. In comfort ami wear-' iu)i; ability il KtandH out lu'c-cniinently as the moal sali.staclory shoe on the [narkrt . jiiirrlnn none! Hundreds of letter.'^ have been received fioni our bovs at the front K.MHJIUSiNt; this Western Caiiadlan made boot as MOST i'O.MKOllTAHLtC .md SICHVICKAHI.K. ' ; .\o more severe Ichi for DI'R.VUIM'I'Y can be imai;ined than that of our : I Ijoys In the trenches:, j , l,Kl'KII': HUOICS are mad'- o! Iioni-sil, subalantiHl leather, by skilled, :e.\peri. woi'Unien. QIJAU'I'V is tlie waleliword in every ilepartnK^iil of West-; I frn Canada's lar)!e.sl shoe iiiannta(;iminB industry. Tliev are tin. IDlCAlj slioe.s lor everv man or boy who demiind.s \'.\l/ri'; i slOliVlf'k and CIJMKOKT. LECKIE SHOES for men and boys who care \ SOLD AT LEADING SHOE STORES. STEPHENS^ REA Price: $7.00 prepaid, $7.50 Attached The following Guarantee Sells More C. V. Plugs Than All the Advertising We Do: GUARANTEE-If for any reason whatever the C. V. PLUG does not do as represented, we won't tell you that "Your Car Needs Overhauling" or that "You Need a New Carbureter," but will refund your money without argment......,...................... ALBERTA DEALERS-Spring; will .>;o to ilH press usenl promises. The inimitable 1011a iiall of Master Kev fame is one of IIh! leading players. The play is liomely yet full of thrills. .\ mine explosion is very vividly and naturally portrayed and is well worth seeiuK. This picture will be shown for the last liiuo toniglit. MAV SHOWING DTRIXTION OF 1 RENCII TIIKLSIS sctic or I niu At Staiiaiul .-\ large crowd witnessed the pioduc-llon of the life story of "Florence N'iKhtingale," at Slarland last night, and to say that the story is one of intense interest is putting it luildly. ICli/.abfitli Itisdon, tlie clover young Rnglish actress plays tiie rolo of I'Mor-ence .Nightingale Ihroughoul the story, and her acting Is simply wonderful, I This picture will be the feature again iionight. and Miss Sinim and Mr. Plem-llng '.vll! repeat the duet sung last night. On Monday and Tuesday liic won-� dertul little favcnite, Mary Pickford, will appear in "The l^oundling." This is by tar the finest production that Miss Pickford lias yet played In, and her name is sufticienl guarantee of ja thoroughlyenjoyabl e enterlainnienl. i'"roiii the lines as shown, the French recently advanced north of Cail-lette wood, and in the Immediate vicinity of Donaumonl have chased the liernians toward Ohaitftor woods. William Stenhouso, 90 years old iind holder of Fenian llaid and Humane Society medals, is dead at his liome at St. Catherines. He won the Uumaiie Society modal twelve years ago, when ho jumped into the Woilaud canal in November and rescued a young sinllor who had filleii from the Bleamor Parent. SWEEPING AUCTION SALE OF Superior High-class FURNITURE On WEDNESD^kY, APRIL. 19th At Hit) 7th Aveiuu', South, (UiYei'vioM) COMMENCING AT 10 A. M. AND 2 P. M. W. L. WILSON ' ' ' Auctioneer IS FAVORED WITH INSTRUCTIONS FROM MRS, BAER TO SELL THE FOLLOWING: � 1 3-Piece mahogany parlor suite, upliolstered in silk; 1 mahogany parlor table i. solid oak jardiniare stand; 1 brnBS conlre table, v;ltli fancy marble top; 2 fancy China .lardinlore stands, on pedOE-lals; 1 wicker vooker, 1 solid oak ri'v-tev; I solid oak buffet, wllli heavy hovel plato mirror and leaiii;d glaas doora: 1 solid oak (.svonslon lablt', legs (round); 1 �ei tioiid oak diners, npholsleniil In leather; t solid oak dinner wagon; L solid oak rocker with alligator letxlhor seat; 2 solid walnut chairs, upholstered in plush; ] solid oak bedstead, spring mattress; 1 solid oak dresser to inulcli the bedsteads; Iron beds complete; -1 carpet Bquare.s; bedroom tublos and bedroom rockers, easy chairs; 1 'Mlsslou' oak bookcase; 2 mission oak arm chaii's, upholBtered in leather; cosy cornorai set buffalo horns; 1 5-drawer drop head sewing machine; t Alaska rol'rigoi'Htor; curtains, blinds, dishes, kitchen utensils; I tl-hole nvng� with high cIobbI and hot water conneclloiia; I kllchon cabinet base; kitchen (able and chalr.s; gardpii hose, garrton tools, carpel sweeper, etc. TERMS CASH. ALL SMALL ARTICLES SOLD IN THE MORNING GOODS NOW ON VIEW, ! At the Majestic Tlie public demand for a new .Mull and .lelT has been more than realized. (Jus Hill's latest version of Hud Fish-j er's inimitable characters, entitled I "Mull and .leff in College," is the most i conspicuous innovation of recent j years. Tlie title alone suggests end-! less comedy situations which have ! been taken'advantage of'tfi their full-I est capacity. Not alone is the story luew, but music, dances, etc., are also j new and original as well. One of the j most decided hits of the performance is the musical number with dancing accompaniment, "When Charlie Chaii-lin .Marries Elaine," in which all of the popular serial film plays are re-preaentcd by tiieir principal characters, including Charlie Chaplin, Klaine, The Goddess, Pauline. Tlie Diamond from Itm Sky, etc. This number calls for repeated encores at every performance. College commencement day in the auditorium is without doubt the most hilariously funny scene ever presented on any sto delighted with your dark, handsome hair and your youthful appearance within a few days, J. D. Illgln-botliani a Co., Limited, DruKElsts, hethbrUlKo, Alia.-Ailvurliaemout. TS for this Western Are Climate noXT IIESrr.VTE ;>l)oii 1()H4. Corner 4ili Ave. mikI r)ili Sircci Sioro IMionc oT.") Scene from "The Fondling" featuring Mary Pickford at Starland Monday | and Tuesday. SUNK BY A SUBMARINE Queenstown. April 14. - Captain Charleston and 11 men of the British steamer Inverlyou were landed today 1 and reported that their vessel had hccn sunk by a submarine on Tuesday afternoon. One of the members of . the crew rescued is an American. Wll- j llara Lobs. Another boat from the ] Inverlyon containing 11 men is miss-in g. CLARK'S Concentrated  �  Junoum,frxmvCoci6tioCo�^ ~. LONG eCO. iimitbd TORONTO WINNIPKO Scenes from "The Pit," last time at the Orphoum tonight. Perfect in flavour Reasonable in Cost 10 cents per can W, CLARK UMITBI) MANUFACTOklORS MONTREAL ? : > ; ? : ? : ? : : : ? BRITISH RED CROSS ONE OF WAR'S MARVELS One of the marvels of tliia war has been tho groat eniciency and splendid work of the British Red Cross. Hero are a few figures which will give some idea of tlie vast ramifications of the hospital work thai has been carried on since the war began. In Franco l.OUO motor ambulances, and three hospital trains are running: �40,000 was the outlay on those three trains. One, "No. .11" has travelled a6,000 miles backwards and forwards and carried 26,000 patients in less than twelve months; 6,500 surgeons and nuraea etc., have been sent out, and a quarter of a million pounds' worth of surgical dressings have been used up. The Red Cross attends to the work of fifteen hospitals iiuFrance, Malta, and Egypt, as well as six rest-housos In Prance for wounded men. This in addition to the tremendous hospital work being done at home. The story of tho stores department furnishes t|uite a romance, says the 'Times/ Al short notice it will give a wounded "Tommy" anything from a tootli brush to a fly- whisk, or an artificial arm. In eight hours it can complete an order for a kitchen outfit to toed 100 men. In ton hours it can fit up au emergency hospital. In five hours it can bavo a plumber's sliop crossing the channel. Recently Serbia asked for fifteen tons of cotton-wool. Within twenty-four hours this entry appeared in tho records of the stores department- "Order for Serbia completed." Tho wonderful thoroughness of lha Red Cross is shown in tho organization of the splendid I^ady Hardinga hospital in the New Forest, with BOO beds for our vfounded Indian lighters. It la^ staffed by past and preaent officers'of the Indian Medical service, and by nurses with practical experience of India and Indian customs, so that these brave supporters of ours feel at honie. All the sisters speak Hln-dUBtaul. iSlxty St. John � men are working aa ordorlles, and with them are a number oC native cooks and sweepers. There aro Beparato Mohammedan and Hindu kltcheua-.^for these two religious sects will not eat certain foods-a winter-garden with divans, .gramophones with Indian tunes, and a cremation ground for Hindus. Buys New Autos .1. H. Lee, manager of the .-Vlexandra Hotel, has .lust purchased a new Overland runabout from the Overland agency. \ The Alexandra also has purchased an Overland six touring car which will be used along with tho Overland taxi for livery purposes. Mr. Lee says the advent of ])rohibition on July 1 is not troubling him at all. Evidently lot. KIDNEYS CI.rirQsti|saton Gin Pill.s have au alnio.st world-wide reputation as a Kidney medicine-Uieir healing, cleansing, sootliing effect has earned unstinted praise from thousands. But tbcir virtues do uot eud with the relief of liidney anil Hladder Troubles. Gin Pills are excellent for the relief of con.stipation. We have liundred.s of testimonials from pcojile telling us they have found tliat in taking C,iu Pills for Kidney and Bladder trouble, the Gin Pills also acted as a gentle cathartic and bowel stimulant. This is only logical, as iu buildiuR up a medicine to restore the Kidneys to perfect health, the bowels must receive attention as the otlier organs of excretion. If you are constipated, you will find the real relief you desire in the use of Gin Pills, which will also regulate your kidneys even though you have .so far failed to notice alarming symptoms of trouble iu these organs. Vour dealers .sell Giu Pills at 50 cents a be or 6 boxes for S2,60. , box, National Drug & Chemical Co. of Canada ^ LIMITED Toronto, . Ontario 4 '"1 10 ;