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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 1, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 1, 191(5 i'HE LRTHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD PAGE SEVEN Tea-or Near Tea-Which Do You Drink? ,/l'lu'i'(''i(tllii! .liis'li'''^t' lilc'Hliii.Li: Icii-i\i-t ill gi'pw- iijug it-arl; in biwiiig it-iirl, (jvcii in )iacking il. Note (lio WAV (loubly-protCM'tive pnckci; dl: Ik'coiiU! iK'.qiiiiinii''l m'iIIi jviil Art; (if 'I'l'ii-iH-.iihicii iniuu>nl; iioiiimiutiiiirc in the Ton Unit, n>i)r(!Pciits the n\. It, will tiie'M berouK; ii ])cr-Yoiir hoiiu'. form Dont^o liome wiilioui Sfionlilirally si'i'^^'"- bh'iiildil ami piieia'd in thu bo? ol' wnippor'inoiu'.v run proilncc, liLUi'l ItJIJI'iON is all 11 toil hIiouKI lie Tiike our wonl for tho llrsi-, iiai-kdi. Yum- piibilo will do tho rt'.-l-or your money buck. AtJ8'l\UIANS .CLOSE ONJVIONTENECiKO ('liiof llai'!irlMH;iUH in oil ,(;t. Iliis mornint; \\;\>; Honn'WInil (�liiinKi'd; Mo liad loiiL liiH IjutlonH, A plain uniform now adorns Ills ligiiro. aiiorn ol' his mark ()f rank, In; IjaK .hnv.ovor lost noiU> ol liis a'nrnorit>. (nd(;e' class al Uic 1 the llri! lelophone al.so has bocii In-i \'.M.C,.\. diirin.u; tlie month of I-'ub-I stalled. l-'rcnn headmariers lo the rnary. ! Iii(' hall a system of clec.lric: sigimls i ' . . .  j has lj.een installed, wliih; for ni^hij iM.o. W, .1. Ilanlett has rcturnua to ' calls a .system of IjoIIk 1ms been in-;,,ij; ,eirinu'nt, the 1-ith U.M.ll., at | Mr. and Mrs. 11. K. Micliach have of li.e IV.-0 departtueiu'^'icft nu' Uorlon, Kentucky, on an OK-amalt^amated in the old tended visit. _ f)n account of v.ealhi'r cnnditions Very Special Values from All Depts. for Wednesday MEN'S.FINE QUALITY ALL WOOL SOCKS-Wlilto toe and heels, very Bpeclal per pair..................... GREY 23c TWENTY PAIRS MONARCH KNITTED PUTTEES, all pure wool, lo clear per pair.................... $1J5 MEN'S HEAVY WEIGHT ALL WOOL UNDERSHIRTS and drawers, well mode throunhoui. .Ml Hizea. A real bargain, at only per Kurment .........,........... BOYS' TWEED AND WORSTED SUITS in lluht and dark grey and ini.xed brown colors. Coal witli or wiUioiil belt. Pant.s bloom- "j ^ BUNGALOW NETS. Hcrims. Voiles, ele.. i:,, 10. and Sii IneliCH wide: I'-cru and Ivo-y shades, hemstit.ched, plain or etdored burder.s lloKular lo lac; Special per yard ... i:v fiiyle; values to IG..iO. for GREEN MONK'S CLOTH fo- Oraperie 1 lores, etc.. �>� inches wide, ^ood & llonvy (|uallly, lecular apodal per yard ................ nnd Por- rk shade. .Medicine Mat, ailcr sj eiuliaj!; days wHii his parent';. The Siiinstcrs wish to tliank every-I on? who kindly lielped to niake tlieir dance of last; Friday ai'L;ht such a stalled conneding with every room in the lironien's Hloenilif; ouarters. With direct eimnecilons of this naiun' Chief Mardy is satislled that fire calls can be handled just as (piiekly as herolol'ore. 'I'liree d. and d. eases were the llrsl i offering by the new chief at I'o'iee ; t-y^.^jii-tj court toda,\-. Tlie offendera -.vere al- " ^' '   lowed to Ko.__i i,i,|ics' .\id of r-'.nirch have cancelled Germans butfermg |^'"i't''� m Russian Marshes \ Cant. I'ort.'r, tlie t|uane.-n'.ast�r of __ the llSlli Kilties, iornicrly of (irassy I .al;s, witli his family, i.s now rc-{ . London, .Ian. -Sn.-.\ disiialch. from ' sldins at ().j7 dth Si. south, ithe l'ciid(i.rad cor^ esjioinlciil llie (."htistian their meeting illness in Mrs. THIRTY PAIRS MEN'S TAN BOOTS in bluchor and button style,- smart and drossy slyle, wel filling shoo. .-\11 sizes. IloKUlar $11.50; Special per pair ...... $3.75 TWENTY PAIRS LADIES' TAN CALF BLUCH-ER BOOTS, smart and neat. Sizes SVi to OVc. IloBular $-l.."iO, special $2.29 CHILDREN'S FLEECE LINED WAISTS, Xalur-al e cni;ultc(l, Ike Tin; mimarriod menlher^^ ni the l.U. D.K. are invited to make scraubooks for tl.c soldicr.s toni'.;Iit at K o'clock ,t the iioine of .Mrs. .\.''B, Staficrd. The Uehekah Lndu'c is hohliiit!: tbe second.of n series of dances tmiight in the KniiUils (u" I'vthias inill. All Oddfellows in the citv are icuindt'd that they need no invitationsi. GROCERY SPECIALS Cresuiiery IJuUoi', liiu'sl, 2 Jhs. Un' . (�oUee, rej^ular .'55(*.; ;j lbs, lor. . . . Tea, i'cpiJai- .'J."5c; :} Ihs. I'lucDoiinld is a native of Prinoo Kd-ward Island and entered tho .Mounted Police at tho ago of llftcen, gradually �vCorking hlinsolf up from constable to inspector, which position ho hus held for tho last ten years. Ho took act- the danger of an acute coal shortage, greater than ever. Winnipeg, Moo.qo .law and Uattleford last night record- I ed 21; 'bidow, while Swift Cnri-ont, lie-j gina and Medicine Hat had 2i holow 1 weather. � , . , | There Is no indication tojay that j the blizzard in Saskatchewan is fcoti- j tinuing, and tho C. 1'. Il.ri8'busy get-| ting trains tiirough. No. alS tliis ' morning from Modieino Hat was again three hours late. The Foremost "rain did not leave until lO.O.'i. Huns are Anxious Over Roumania 13orllii, via London, ,)an.. Si,-The Solla corrospondont of the Tagublatl, in a long dispatch, �asserts that wliile tho situation in Knmanla has nol grown more acuto, the agitation of tho nntonto jiowors continues undiminished and, although it lias scored no positive success, yet tho situation! now has becomo such that th tral powers should regard it mlsgivlugs. As a result of "this weak attitude of tho present Rumanian gov- The annual mcciing of .St. Cyprian's ; ones, ha-,0 bieii cut oil and, liavini; \V. .A. will be li?j(l on Wndncsdav af-; ! been mialile td CAtrioatc thomsolvi's tornoon at- :i p.m^ in the parish room. : from'th? iiiarshv labyrinths tlicy i)cr-!-\H there will be^'otUcr important bust-: ished misL'rabiy". ' jness in addition to the election of j . ionficcrs, every member is uri;ed to he ' 'presLnt. * * -* Greal success attended the s'aowor that Hie W. .V. of St. Auf;ustin's nave yosterday in tlic I'arisli hall. Suilici-ient clolliing, valued at not less than SaO, was reoeivcd. for the Indian hoy at the Hay liivrr Mission whom they dn'ss oacli year. Mrs.. .Sidney .Jackson and Airs. .1. N. Kennedy were the liostcsse.s for the afternoon. nANDKEKCiiiEF POCKET IN sTocKiMisj/l^iOfv? American THE NEWEST of I the the I Mrs. Uarwick and ! comniitle: .the Order of th? Dautihlers ol I I'lmpire ar,' co-opt rutins with j Canadian Red Cross Convaleoccnl hos-Ipital at the favorite inland resort o^ liiuxton, in Derbyshire, to be shortly ; opened to ae;'ommodate liiHl patients, i'l'his is the third hospital opeiicil hy (the Red Cross soci'ty. The work is j proceeding rapidly niioii the new wards of Kim's. Canadian Hcd Cross ilio.spitil at -Buss,-'" the oHicer eom-iinainiiii- wliicli will be i-ieut. II. H. CasKraiii, of Winiisor, Onl. ARCHDUCHESS ZITA Wife of heir to Austrian throne, �who is nursing the Kmperor of Austria, who is reported sorionaly ill. Hay Growers Feel the Car Shortage Send 20,000 More Canadians at Once Ottawa, Jan. liO.-Cieneral Sir Sam Hughes aniKuinced tojiif^ht that the war ollice lias askrd that '.211,000 more i('anadian troops be ssiu to Ihigland I and this number \\\)\ 1; forward in | ithe ne.\t month, or as' uon as transports can ho scoured, ."he battalions will he chos'u, so fa as is possible, ion of I kjj.^^. cttyv. pni-ts .(^..,,1 scoured, ."he battalions mull- ---- will he chos.'u, so fa as is possible, Local hav ccrowcrs are in'somewhat i'11 "i� ' thei ellicieney. The of ,,uan.iatv tiirse davs. I'l-.ey arc i ""'^i', .of "I's '"^'He some " complaining biltcrlv of'a car shcrl-; inontus nj-o and is only now accepted  ^^''O ane as maiiV of them have hehl their : l''"'^'"'^.' the war v.,- weath-j ["'"''i*^"'" >;" housing additional or-would hriiig an incieasrddem'aad. troops at that time Arran|5ement,s  y,gi.p vislit, hut '�ll''' i'ow niuler way to estaWish 20,- hay expecting that the sevcrr �mild br Tlie (lemaiid there are no ears for delivery, .\ntiei-pating a coal famine, the railway iiuite naturnlly has given coal ship-men is tlie riu,lit of wav over all olht^r sliipmeiits. 'I'he fanner's ffel that within ;i short time the opportunity will haxe pasted and tliey will have a lari'.e quanl'ty of low grade or more or less tlama,!;ed hay for wiiioli (here will he no denianil. 000 additional Canadians there. . in -camps Election in B. C. About May 1st A'anc'.niver. Jan. 31.-llye-eleetioiiH will la held in Vancouver, Victoria and RoHSland hetwccii now and the ci)d of'I''.ebruai:y to ccuilirni scats taken hy new ministors in the IJowsrr cabinet, in \'ic-torin lion. A. C. Flu-merfelt will ha opposed hy lahoral H, C, Brewsti-r ; in Vancouver, Hon, C. l'"..- TisduU will Im opposed by M. A. Maeilonald, Liinr.U, and foinior Mayor L. D. Taylor, hiilepondent. In Itossland, lion. Lome Caniphell will lie opilo.s'.'d hy Mayor Wilson. A' ses-(Siiin ot tlie legislature will ho liclil in March and a ffcneral election about May 1. ' .Vi; oiiiiluniic. of moaslcs lias broken out in Dnuittorii, Peps are tho new treatment for cuuglis, col(l.s and lung troubles. They are little tablets nindc up from Pine extracts and nicdiclnnl essences. When put into the mouth . those medicinal ingredients turn into heulinf; vapors, which uro breathed down direct to tlie lungs,' throat 'nnd bronchial tubes. The Peps treatment is direct. Swallowing cough (mixtures Into the stomach, to euro ailments iind disorders in throat: and lungs, is indirect. Peps are revolutlbnizini; tho treutment of colds, ns their price is within the reach of all. 50c; bo;c oU druggists,' or J?eps Go., , Toronto. ^ 'Here is MIsb' Violet Brlstow, showing the very latest anti-piek'pbo'ko'i. burglar-proof Btooking. The pocket sewn ou to tho stocking is just largo enough for n handliorciiief and vanity case. COMMISSIONS GRANTED TO CANADIANS IN BRITAIN London, ,lau, ill,-Tho following list of Cnnadlaua who have been grantod commlsslonB in their veapectivo units has boon posted: Corp. H. iTohiJBOii, Artillery He-sen'o; II. Hicks, iBt Pioueera; W. Fle-wih, .IrU Pioiieors; Sorgt. Mci^rido, Ooiital (T'Orps; 'Sergt.-Major Uonnett, |2th, Mpunted Uitlos; SorgL-Major llnkor,. hoadquartors; Soj'gi.-Major V. O'Brien, headqunrtors; Ser8t.-:\lajor Hunt, lieudeiuarters; SorKt.-iWnjor ArliUiss, Sei'gt, Ohatterlon, Sergt. Coomba and Sorst.-MitJar Samuel, iuh' Hesorvo; SorKenntif -U'eilB, Millott, Harvo>'> and .Beaohflrott, I'riucOsa I'a-trlolus> Sergt,' llttJi,.lltli . lleaorve: aGi'r.t,-Miija � Ilbtie., Quariormn8toi" Hergt. Hv-iiVio, SorgaHPts UiivIs and HloJipy, IHtJi pe^Ofi'qi Sergeants' Mc- Unils are Raised ' Ottawa, .Ian. .H. - Several more i".\nKrican" battalions are to he formed. Cicneral lluiihes stated, today \ that there were under way foiir hat- lilioiis of former American c-ilizens>>. ;Tlu^ 07t,h battalion, C.IS.F., tlio fr-:t ; I) be entir.�l_v composed of fornjcr Ani'-; erican citizens, is now at full strength, and authority for the otU-^ 01.s has been given. Tho details lor 'the mobilization of the others, is not; known, hut they will ho forlned in various parts of Canada through tlio headqnarler.s at 'l''oronto. Captain Kev. Kv S. Bullock. OtU-; wa, captain,of the 97t'i battalion, haf> been active in Drinnins his roRimcntj . to full strength, and will also tako , . Part in the formation of others; ! '--; -1 Explains Explosion Halifax, Feb. 1.-Testifying that ho plac?d a fpw rains of Run powder oii . a match to light a lirt', Capt'. Hurd; I bombing instructor, to'-iay eavo u ' military in\citigating board an exr planation of the explosion last Sat^ urday when a number of soldiers wore ' injrrrd. Tlu- ollieer .said n back draf^ I from the stove drove sparks from the ; lire to a keg of powder on a table. ;' isu.of d painful fiijiiglu jjiiv formation of .phlegm Jii^? bronohial tubcH,vtlm� ondv.! Geo, Brysou and Sam noli loth ite-serve; Sorgt.-.Mujor i'oulls, Quarter-mastoi'-Sergt. Hltcliloi' 'Borgt.-Major Stephenson and Sergt.-Major Campbell, 23rd Heson'o;- Sorgl.-Mujor Dunk, Sorgt, l-'oi't. and' Sorgt.-Major Kennedy, 30tli; QuartornuiBter-Sorgt. Aloon, Pioneer Sergt. 'J'odd, Sergt.-iMaJor Wilding, Sergt.-Major H- at, V. C, nnd Sergt.-.Major Konnody, i)2nd; Sergt, tiuy and Sergt,. Kohorte, KItli; Sergt. ICotcheson and Sergt, AVallaee, 'lilltli; tjuartermastor-liiorgt. Proctor and Stall' Sorgt. O'lJollly, B^itou tna-ohlno gun section; Gorp, � DothuUe. Princoss PatrleittB: J. fiorriB,' nth 1U>-serve; Uuniior G, Thouumon, Artlilory Hgsc iiua'r.......^ of olieolui 0 BatifiVaolTotiv or'W^^ "Sprins" Ireshftts ofourrcil on th'.) ,T, rt;fAi'>;!'pxt"""' i!o]ubi.nod with giiaiati(d, lUul'i^Ims used for gonoratlons ito/ ImvlwM moinbranou ottlw tbroij.t'ltt'nd'ifljvmiit; iGSorvo, and Corp lUintiiv;, , ^'^ .W'^ ,Sy!''?''P�"!Kl'ft''S^^ ;