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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 14, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta 14, 1915 THE LETHBRIOGB DAILY HERALD PAGE FIVE PRIM'S iriii vL i> CREAM >v BAKING POWDER Sixty Yoars the Standard f Adds to the healthlulness of the food CONTAINS NO ALUM Made in Canada GIFTS Women A Children Assortment of Toys uncl other- tilings. to delight the boys and girls. ''Sew Collars and Tics, many pretty useful gifts for ladies. We in- vite you to: see them.- L J. McLEAY THIRD AVENUE SOUTH Kcniic, Dec. to the to last niglil, Iortyrfour ineii had sisncd on in the 102ml Over- seas Battalion hern. Thirty-six ol thc-i-C arc from 1C company uf tlu; j 107Ui Kooteimy militia, now serving on duty at Morrissey. Lieuten- ant JJariR's IK iu charge tho local I recruiting office and the voluntfcrs i arc to Imu: IrainiiiK here until tho coinpanv luib been recruited to full j BtrenKth. This is ;i I for tlic first week's work in recruit- ling fcr the new company and it is cx'pcctcil that the full 'will soon lie (tn the rolls. I Kcv. AlcCiuarrie, late pastor o! j Knox clunx'h is visiting friends '.in Cranbruok, and will pass through I town llomiay evening en route for Winnipfg aiu: Mt. Catliarineii, Ont. No pastor to succeed Mr. MuQuarric' has yet culled, but the cciiKtc- is considering steps in tliat di- Brigadier McLanc, of [he Salvation Armv. paid the local detachment a visit last Friday and delivered a lec- ture on the war, accompanied slides iliustralini; many of the scenes at the laench front. Brigadier Jlc- Lanc was in France just licfore the outbreak of hostilities, and delivered a rcry insLructivo address to crowded house. ri rnTfy hrnnrno tLtUo UrlTO The annual meeting ot Uiv Letli- bridge Exhibition Board was held in the office of the secretary on Siitur- day afternoon a Root! attendance. .Officers for the comlns ywir were elected as follows: President, IS. I Adams; vice-president. W. H. Fair. 'field; necretary, J. JIcNicol; ill- rectors, Messrs. Airil, Boycl, Burnett, 'Humphries. Oliver. Pasnuelo, Paw- nan, and Whitney. Owing to the occupation of llie grounds and buildings by the military authorities, It was' considered impractical to try to make decision regarding a fair for lillC; and the question was loft I to be taken Ul> in the spring. To Elect Officers ofU.M.W.ofA. Fcrnie, Dec. 13 (Special to the election of officers'tor District IS, U. M. W. of A., which was to have been held last Saturday, postponed unti'i tomorrow when .all. the locals are to vote. There are sev- eral lively contests which will likely bring out" a large vote throughout the district. Gladstone local will vote here ami at Coal Creek, and the mines -will be idle for one shift. The Bonspiel was to have been held last Wednesday in aid of the Patriotic Fund, is again announc- ed for Wednesday the 15th. Tlia ice will be iu good condition and a .large turnout is assured, as all are interested in aiding the fund for which it is being played. Some thirty rinks will he in the contest anfi a ladv ivill be on each rink. WILL BE M SPE is officially announced that Mr. Albert Sovigny, II. I'., tlic Deputy Speaker, will Siiciik- er Sffoulu, who has been appointed Senator. Mr. Sevigny, who is thirty-four i years of was horn in Arthabns- I Tea Table Talks No. 2 proof of tlin pudding is in the Tin; proof of jcoin! ion ill 'i'iiu groat and iiicrwising army of people who regularly drink choose it with their oyoo opi-n. They know iU excellence economy. And they know iu purity. C'ummunsensc tells them that the new double-wrapper makes deterioration impossible. Scores of thousands have pi-overt "BL.UK HIBBON" "by the drinking.'' Do the same yourself. (Jet your money liack if vou don't Jngi-ee with them. CHARGED WITH SELLING WHEAT UNDER SEIZURES Sun) Mr. W. G. Janson, of Ilefd Hill, was j .charged before- Geo. Mark J.P., of. Champion, on'Thursdny of this week of selling wheat that was .under seiz- ure, and was Kent for trial to a high-' er court. Bail was fixed at ?2000. This .practice is becoming top oom- mdnv the authorities and a stop must be put to It. ka. educated at N'icolei ami Valley field Colleges and Laval University. Me is a lawyer, and litst sought election in 1007 in Nicolet, running unsuccessfully as candidate in the Provincial bye-election against Hon. Chas. He was to the Commons in the general elec- tion of I9ii as." u Nationalist. ..Win., .Iplmsnn, a farmer north of Sivift Current, was found dead un- ncatir his auto. COL FARQUHAR'S ESTATE 'London, Dee. estate of Col. Ftmjuhar, commandant tlip Princess Pats Canadian light infantry hilled in March, has been probated at Are Canvassing for Fund at Burdett High Class Men Who Drink a moderato can drinfe pr. let .It ajpne." But most fre- quently whiskey leaves them ALONE in the" "i'risarie asylum, penitentiary, the'suicide's -grave or the "Potter's Fiell" The Neal -Three-Day Treatmfiiit will cleanse your, system of the virulent a loathing for liquor or drugs -and restore normal mental and physical conditions. For. .full .information call or address the. Nsal Institute 820 13th Ave. Welt W4525. Ncal Institutes Jn 60. Principal Cities lained the caiivasseni Lo dinner, which was much appreciated. W. Redmon has moved, into "is i new house. I A. Hurt and family have gone to i Utah for tho winter. Mrs. G. Mercer 1ms received word I from her nophow, who is in the Innte- I killing Fusiliers, that after being through the Dardanelles campaign lie :lias heen drafted to Serbia. 1 The '.adies .of the Soldiers' Aid met at the residence of Mrs. K Juub, where they engaged In useful Red rri" work. There were present Mrs. Kerkham, Mrs. Anderson, Mrs. Mer- cer, Mrs. Hill, Mrs. Campbell, Mrs. Poole and Mrs. Lumbard. Rev R K. Peck has been installed in the pastorate of 'the Methodist clwirch here. Service will be hold only on eVery a'terr-.te Sunday in tlie English. Church as the ranks of the clergy of the Southern Alberta mission .have been depicted by the war. A box social and entertainment -was given on the evening of the 10th. inst. in the Brownsdale house. in aid of the funds of the Methodist church. The1 handsome sum of was realized. M. j. Bronhy is busy witting up a new residence. fit of the returned soldiers of Bran- don. Dec. .committee of the Patriotic Fund association met on Tuesday evening last and. transacted Kome important business. Messrs. Robinson, Mercer, Coltinan and Camp- bell were out canvassing, for. sub- scriptions on Sunday last, visiting the outlying portions of the vlstrlct, and they met with .-a generous response from the patriotic, members of the community, but as part of the terri- tory covered mainly composed of the aucn a'luiiu uie .c- ____ SOLD Toronto Dec 12-James D Me house which was visited contained of Brandon Man, so.d I us and prospcious looking 1 grand chamnionsh.p alter Wee we Germans One ot them put nn the' at tho Toronto stock bhou excuse .for not contributing: "Lei Saturday receding 4b. pound 10 them who started the war look after the animal Ihc T Eaton Co ot To the dependents" AnvuayTie was go-jronto was the ing to tbe Sta'es for a holiday and! Another nrize steer c' Mr nothing Bors aid-tor him Mr and Mrs Hopkins kindly the pioceeds being for the b Quickest, Surest Cough Remedy is Home' Made Easily Prepared In a Few Min- utes. Cheap but Ifneqnnleil Some people arc constantly annoyed from one year's end to tho other with a persistent bronchial coufrh, which is whol- ly unnecessary. Hern is a homc-inado remedy that Rets right at the cause and will make you wonder what became of it. Get 2V-3 ounces Pine1; (50 cents worth) from any th-iipffist, pour into a IB ounce bottle and 1111 tlie bottle with plain grahu- Intcrt supar syrup. iStart taking it: at ojice. dradunllv but surely you will notice the phlegm tliiu out and disappear altogether, thus ending; a that you never tlioueht would end. It also loosens the dry, .hoarse, or tijjlit cough and heals the1 -in-, ilammation in a painful cQUgk witU remnrknble rapiditj Ordinary coughq ars conquered 03 it in 24 hours or less. Xotliiiifj better for bronchitis, winter, coimlis and bronchial asthma. This Pines and Sugar Syrup nuKtura makes 10 to last a family a long t a. cost .of only 54 cents: Keeps perfectly and tastes pleasant. Siisiv 1> prepared Titll directions with Pincx, is to spare, then jou are holding the contest :too cheaply. Every candidate who ever ivon a prize wolth while in a newspaper con lest, has been simply "rushed to death" the last week Jf you have sized up the contest and believe that you can capture the big prize without a driving veil, sou are 'due for the surprise of your life. a candidate rolled up a big bunch of In the earlj part of the contest, thought he had -enough, and used the last week to build a garage for the car he thougnt ne had won Wlmt do you think. happened to him? "White he was building his garage and dreaming of joy rides, his live competitor was working for suib scriptions to ''beat nil get out" The second man won the car and the sure-thing fellow hasn't recovered frqin surprise to this day This t i Pearl Rots, Eon Island, Alta 434 7uO Lula Niolson, Cordston, Alta Miss 537 14th Street South Geo T Wndc, llajinond i t Eva Hutton, 814 Sixth enue South Miss Louise Scott, Hacleoo, Vita Miss Alice Rearden, Pincher Creek, Alta A Mcllvena, A R I Librarj, Lethbndge 'MOO Miss Elveia Thehn, Orton Alta- Miss Thelma M. Whyte, Foremost, Miss Wmnifrcd 1. Sellens, 711 7Ui Stioet A South Rooert Hardy, No 1 Tire Hall John Cropley, 1216 Fiilh AVP A South Miss Goldie Pohlman, Allorafio Alta 5.000 Hn John Deertng, -Vita to OF COLLECTION To the Candidate Having the OF COLLECTION To the Candidate Having tho 15% OF COLLECTION To Tiie Candidate Having }he 4 report once or twice a week, others a couple of times dmlng the whole term of the contest Then how is this department to kcop tab on who will do the best work' It can't (be done The candidate having the laigcst vote, the test worker, will get the big priie, and the oiliera the per cent prizes in proportion to the amount of work' done So It behooves all the active candidates to get every subscription thej qan After the first prize it means more money to them at the close Ire you satisfied with vour work up to tho present' If jou are, jour chances ot coming high In the list are not M good as If >ou felt that you made tlia success 5011 hail Imped to moke To win tht bis prizes in the this subscription contest, tho candidates must be regular Oliver Of course everjbod} knows that Oliver passed his bowl the second time anj asked for "mere soup Take your receipt book back the second time, and ask foi "more subscription the was to set big votes, added sub scriptions Think talk and work If jou do your best thore will no regrets at the if you miss a prize a small OF COLLECTION To all Remaining AMI KPECIA To Candidate Collecting tht Most Money This In addition to any other prli The Contest Closes One Week from To-Night "V, ;