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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 2, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta iNESDAY, FEBRUARY. 2, 191(5 THE LBTHBRIDGE jDAILY YT'wRALO PARE FIVE ODWORK IR SICK WOMEN ; Woman's Medicine Has Proved Its Worth. CANADIANS BKING CAPITAL AND LABOK TOGIiTIIEK [hen Lyd!a E. Plnkham'ii romediea first introduced, their curatlva jors were doubted and had to ba ed. But tho proof came, and grad-ly the use of them spread over tho !ile country. Now that hundreds of Uaands of womon have experienced most beneficial efl:ccta from tho uao these medicines, their valuo has l)e-10 gunerally recognized, and Lydia Pinlcliam'a VeRolahlo Compound ia standard modicino for womon. 'ho following letter ia only one of thousands on file in tho Pinkhnm ce, at Lynn, Mass., proving that iia E. Pinkhani's Vegetable Coin-ind is an article of great merit as wn by the results it produces, inamosa, Iowa. -' 'When I began tak-Lydia E.Pinkham's Vegetable Com-ind I suffered with a displacement, I my system was in a general run-^n condition. I would have the head-e for a week and my back would e so bad when 1 would bend down I Id hardly straighten up. My sister 1 sick in bed for two monUis and tored, but did not get any relief. I saw an advertisement of yourmed-s and tried it and got better. She I me what it had done for her, and lien I had taken only two bottles of ydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com-3und my head began to feel better. I )ntinued its use and now I don't have ly of those troubles." - Mrs. L, J, ANNAN, R.F.D. 1, Anamosa, low*. N'T SCOLD, MOTHER THE GROSS CHILD IS BILIS, FEVERISH OOK AT TONGUE! IF COATED, CLEAN LITTLE STOMACH, LIVER, BOWELS. John D. liockcfellcv, jr., (on right) Hon. W. I.. MaL'kGn7.1e (in centre) niKi Archie Donnlson irepresentlng miners) at Frederick, Colorado, dressed to enter one of the mines. lis iJon't scold your fretful, ])eevl3h lilld. Seo ir tongue la coate- ling and mailing only, to Dr. Pioreo, iiifalo, N, Y., Dr. Piorco's Pleasant PoUota nro tha �ginol llttlo Uybv pUlfl, first put up Etzlkont, Alta., Jan. 2!).-The thermometers say 42 liclow nt Lethbrldge. Some people arc so careless anyway. Wc always take ours In out of the cold at 'iG down here. Tho 'newest thing ia tho Cockshutt Implement firm, Messrs. Rult and Nolan. Charles McKenny, the distinguished artist of Scarborough, Eng., has been here for some time. He likes the ait-uation so well that he has decided to stay with us jjormanently. This is surely a great acquisition for us. At present lio is working chiefly in black and white. And hia favorite scenes arc marino. Being himself an experienced yacht racer assures ,u8 that his .work is nnutically correct. The cold snap has stopped work ou tho new post otilce. This is somewhat disappointing as wo are to have considerable additional accommodation in the service when the now office is completed. Thia will be the distributing olllce tor the Altorado, Faith, Avalon, Gahorn and Pendant D'Orolllo mail. And the department will probably find It economical to distribute to othar points from here also. Messrs. Salmon and West expect their stock of dry goods in at an early date. ' The cold weather and tho possibility of an e.\tensiVD alteration in the plana of Messrs. Ho wo ond Haynes, havo combined to toraporarll.v stop work on the oxteusiou to the pool I hall. Councillor Thiol reports that ho is out after water for 15tzlkora. Tho geological branch of the department of agrlculturo at Ottawa feel as confident as is i)oas|iblQ In such matters that wo will sooure artesian water j with a good head th^-oughout this vicinity. And tho , council havo, through the kindness of Mr. Mitchell, obtained a deep well outfit. We are fortunate In having an ahundant supply of water at about 30 feet, IIow-ovur, a fiowing well Is so much more convenient and sanitary that wc will bo glnd If deep water ia obtained. Wo understand that nn effort is being nuulo to have church servlceB started here in the near future, This Is at present our mo.'3t pressing nood. Tlioro is reasonable assurance that either ii Methodist or I'rosbyterlan service will bo started hero soon. Harry Garrison writes rogulorly from tho ironchus. It is pleasing to know that ho exporlonces no trouble from rheumatism. And It cnused him so much trouble before going to the front. Mr. Alliss was in town recontly. A I violent attack of tho grippe forced him to slightly outstay hla furlough. Ho hoped that his battalion would sot away this week. Mr. Bailey hoars regularly from his son "somewhore In, Pranoo," Mr. Merll Thompson has gone to Rurope in tho nioioi' amUulanoo branch. And If any one does, hQ will surely raako good. George Whlto liaa anllstod for foreign aorvloe. Wbon wo onrotully re-view tho quality of the recruits that have gone from hore, it fully explains why the colonials havo jiiRde an Im-{perishable name and one that will be � the onvy of nil nations as long as history lasts. , But are wo not to seme extent travoUlng iindor wrong colors? '^o ,miiny of tha 'hoys Rra from below tho line. .' ,  We understand that Georgo Hoar, ij. P., haa gone to the'front. There 1h one snre way that has never failed to remove dandruff at once, and that (s to dissolve it, then you destroy 11 entirely. To do this juat gel about four ounces ot plain common liquid arvon from any drug store (this Is all you will nood), apply It at night when retiring; use enough to moisten the scalp and rub It In gently wich the finger tips. By morning, most if not all, of your dandruff will bo gone, and three oi tour more applicaliona will completely dissolve and entirely destroy evpry single sign and U'aco ot it, no matter how much dandruff you may have. You will find nil itching and digging ot the scalp will stop instantly and your hair will be fluffy, lustrous, glossy, silky and soft, and look and feel a hundred times better.-Advertisement. The King's Herald Mission Hand of St. Andrew's church will iiicci ,it 7.30 tomorrow night in the church. tt M * Miss Ina Mcl.cay is visiting her sis,t.;r, Mrs. W. A. I'orlct, Medicine Mat. � * * ."Mrs. liuinn, of Ottawa, i.s ;i Eucst ill the homo of her son, .Mr. Tom liuinu,    Dr. Harry Pr ston, of Superb, .Sask., who has htcn attcndinir the two weeks' school for meiiical ofiiccrs in Cal);ary, is Ihi,' gue.=t ol his sister, Mrs, 11. U. Davidson. Mrs. H. T. Cherry arrived in town vrstcrdav to be with her iuishand, Lioul,. Cherry, ot the i:iKlh Overseas battalion. Mrs. Cherry, who is the g, C.St of Lt.-Col. Belcher ;uul Mrs. lie,Cher, it.t iids to take ;i Hat here- Kdrnonton BuUttin. The Ladies' Aid of Knox church will meet tomorrow altirimon at 3 o'clock. Tlie hostesses will \w Mrs. Wm, Hcndcr.son, Mrs, M\irvav and Mrs. Nicliolls, and the reception committee. Mis. ICwart and Mrs. Arm--strong. ^ At the regular meetinK ot the Order of the t:astern Star last evening, the ladies decided to devote one afternoon every two weeks to assist in the work at the Reil Cross rooms. I Plans were'also madi. to hold n card {party on the third Tuesday in Fcbru-,ary, the proceeds ot this social aflair ito bo devoted to relief work. * * � The second ot a series of dancos was held at the Knights of Pythias hall last night by the Rcbc':ah lodnc. These dance."! are always \pry popular as was demonstrated last night by the lame crowd that was in attendance. An cxcell nt floor and snlcndid music by Need's tour-picf p orchestra, combined to make the dance ^ great sjccess. * * * A well-known British olfictr writes from the front : "Miss Mary Plummer and Miss Joan Arnoldi are noble women, doini; a noble work, and doing it well," These two ladies have the rank of I'e itenants, and arc eiving their undivided attention to the Fields Comforts Distribution. Being in daily communication with tl-e front, they know the wants of the i soldiers, ^nd are promnt and accurate ! in sunnlyintc them. Thev also tor-w.ir'i�d nn.Oon Xmas presents for sol-die; s at the front. GALT HOSPITAL REPORT FOR JANUARY Number o! patients in hospital beginning of month ................. 50 Admittances during month ........ 91 Transieats admitted during the month .................................. 5 I January was the coldest month Lethbridge has expi-rieuctd since the winter of l!)U(i-07, nine years ago. Tliat's wliat the weathtr records at the Experimental Farm say. During January the mean or average temperature was -9. m January lUll, when the thcrmomttir rcgistcrcntomi, hfts loBu aTJl-ointiHl head' pi tijp S'ftskatcU-cwau hospital iiiiiti ;'; i.;"^:; ... OUR YOUNG WOMEN are so often subject to headache--are languid, pnle and nervous-because theirblood is Ihin or insufficiont. They are not really sick and hesitate to complain, bvit they lack that ambition and vivacity which istlieir birthright. They donot need drugs-but do need ihetonic and nourisliment in Scott's Emulsioii that makes richer blood, lills hollow cheeks, suppresses nervoMsnessaiules-tabli.shesstrengll). Nourishnientnlon^ makes blood and Bcott's Emulsion is the essence of concenirated nourishment, free tiom wines or opiates. If mother or daughter is frail, palo nervous, give her Scott's for on'o 140 Lowest number during month ... 49 Highest number during month ... Bl Daily average during month .... 54.9 Number of hospital days for pri.ale patients ..................... 274 Number of hospital days for ward patients (paving) ..........1023 Number of hospital days tor ward patients (free) ............... 405 Total number of hospital davs for the month .........................1702 Number of onerations under general anafBthes a ........................ 52 Number of operations under local or no anaesthesia .............. 13 Number of patients treated in outdoor departnieiil .................. 5 Number of drc.sslne;s and treatments in outdoor department.. 22 Number ot hospital ambulance calls .,,..... .................. .......... 7 The his'iltal wishes to acVnowledge with thanks, the following contributions received durine the month : Ufa^a incs-Wcslev Cliurch Brethren Class,, Tho Red Cress. 2 Cases Oran'?-s-The Trustees ot the Hos-^ital Ladies' Aid. 1 Carcas iMutton-;\lr. R. C. Harvey. 1 Lnree Clcc'i-Mr, E. N. Higin-botham. Flowers o"erv week-The Lethbridge Flower Guild. (Sgd,) S, E. Wootton,  Lady Supt. JUDGE HAS GOOD WORD TO SAY ABOUT BRAVE CANADIAN SOLDIERS Winchester, Kng., Fob. 1.--Justice Darling, charging the grand jury nt tho Hampshire assizes today referred to two charges of murder on tho calendar In which tho accused belonged to the forces ot the crown from His ftlftjesty's overseas dominions and he deeply regretted to say that in both cREos tho man who had come t6 his death belonged to these Canadians who had so nobly responded to the I call of duty and the empire In danger, not waiting to bo forced to eomo, 'as Indeed they could not be, but ot 'tholr own free will. Two of those men perished, and whatever might be ' tho guilt of anyone, one could not but regret that the men lose their Uvea before going to the front. A true bin was returned by the jury in the caseR o( Coderre and Sehlo-vltch. Coderre's trial was fixed for jTlivrcday. MADE IN CANADA 1 I i Whatever our toil-indoors or out- on big jobs or little: we need keen appetites and good digestions. We need to keep mouth and throat moist and refreshed, teeth clean and breath sweet. In other words we need I I For there's where this wholesome, flavor-lasting, impurity-proof refreshment is worth its weight in gold. Yet it costs but a mite. Write for free copy of "WRIGLEY'S MOTHER QOOSE," handsomely lithographed in colors. Address Wm. Wrigley Jr. Co., Utd,, Wriglcy Uldg., Toronto ' ' '� Two Delicious Flavors WRIGLEYSi. I J Chew it after eveiy meal % SPEARMINT MINT LEAFT ^ PEPPERMINT r I NO TROUBLE TO KEEP SKIN FREE FROM HAIRS (The Modern Beauty) There is no need for anji woman to countenance superfluous hairs, because with a paste made by mixing some powdered delatone with water It Is easy to get rid of them. Tho paste is applied for 2 or 3 minutes, thou rubbed off and the skin washed. This treatment will rid the skin of hair without leaving a blemish, but care should be taken to see that you get real delatone.-Advertisement. A CHANNEL STEAMER BEACHED London, Feb. 1.-The steamer Princess .Tuliana, plying between London and Flushing, and one of tho largest and fastest vessels In tho channel service, struck, a mine In the North Sea and has been beached nt Pell.x-atowe, Suffolk. The pasaengers and crew were rescued by vessels In the vicinity and landed at Harwich. or moiult anil .see the hetterment. It has a wholesome, "nutty" flavor, Avoid 1 substitutes. At any drug store. ticoU & U9WUC, TgiQiito. Uut, QERMANV IS ROBBING SERBIANS OF FOOD SUPPLIES Berlin, via London, Feb, 1.-Germany's first draft ot food suppl'os irom Serbia arrived In Berlin tcday In the form of 150 beeves, which oatne dlreut from Kraguyevatz. They hnd heen ordered by .wholesale dealers........ SERBIA'S NEW KING Prinoe ISItel Fredrtoh, the Kaiser's second son, now eu^Kested as bis father's uoralnee .for: the tlirone of Serbl. . ----------- Scene from World feature shown at Orphoum for last time tonight NO MORE RECRUITS REQUIRED Ottawa, Feb. 1.-It Is announced by the Canadian naval service ' de- partment that no further recruits are i-e(|iilred for the British aviation ser* vice. Retains flavor and freshness \n bread ahd pastry 19 8411 ;