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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 3, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta Tl'ESDAY, FKURliAnY 3. 1811 THE L E T H J) H ID K DAILY HERALD PAGE SEVEN CRITICAL TIME OF WOMAN'S LIFE From 40 to 50 Years of How It May Be Paweci in Safety. FLEEI PRPSE inRton, B.C. "For wai ait run J Second Line Ships Will Man-j oeuvrc Off (lie Coast o( Spain MILADI Edited "INO" Phones Res. 1115 Office 1224 nut rlu half cor can-lij1 Sixlh Ate. (.-n Monday 1.1 dr-'den ami Hit bride He rrd- pk'at of many useful j-re'ly gifts, serving of Ecviiu-j; viand? con- ;M the. bright littlf: afiah. and 4 Wood rurifier iny i and strenglii I am very thankful to yea and praise your medicine, i have advised icveuil women who suf- I to iry your mnediej. IVu. stiurjil lialtle and secf-nii Uxiisoi of tlif j IHIIKP Heels have Ir-il I'oiUan'! I theji fitsl cruises- ut tU> In oc-i (urihmcc Hi the usual yraciUe (if I recent tu au eu-epticm made in muiis partly tci the IN tlie third battle run iiL the MeilitCErat.tuii, of care JN ILi-re lUr.l umpires aul I'oarc- rjj soul, the heart tbe and ol tie 'd-j If you sbaU inuy iiublish thU if you wish." an- to jiruiced Ui I tu- fa DAVIU R. Mounts-, South Vancouver Island, b. C. other medicineftjrworr.an'n illsli received cucli and unquali- sqi tied endorsement. NVeknowof noolher wliu-li MIL medicine which Iii9 such a record of tuC' cess as bus I.ydia E. I'inkbani's Vegeta- ble CoraiMutid. For more than 30 y Vjjlt of Spain! Arcs a love i li.i-n- is urn1! iusl ua.lron I it haVbeen the stand m J romi-dy for wo- semblc man's MU nucH ns inflammation, ulcera- al Hir Gelar- -111 Hixth St., K. DIcmu-r-HasseU and JirE. at 1214 Filth Ave., A., S. Mrs. J. tt. Ueufer, G21 Xiuih St., S-. will receive on Kxitlay allcrooon for the ftrsi time this season. lively hv and Hcav-Adniiral C. K.! toTjyiiliiH.riiikliamJIrillcliict'o. Madden. Tlic former includes the (ooufidentlal) pst and most powerful battleships iu I viet'.' Your letter will lie opened, Ihe Hritish navy, and ivbeii at its lull mill and answcreil by a woman, slirnf-lh consists ol ciglu units, with j ami liclclin slrlti cimlldcncc. attached crui.scr. Only one divi-1 sion is to prot'i'od on the Meditorran- j can oruise, ships fornposing it hf- ing Ihe King V. Penlurion, and Conqueror, with the liyhf cruiser iloadicea. The ports' of call include (jitirallar, Mal- ta (where tlin squailron will be from February 20 (o Corfu, and Pal- crnl0' Irrlurning to LetlibTidje. whei..... An li.toreslmj feature o! Mrs. J. H. Wallace will re movements is the visits oi Ihc ,villi the hostess. o'JS squafirons to loreigji ports. It has Ijecn rfcfignired for some tnr.t p.isl it is not entirely lirneCcial to tl.e. ofiirers nnd men tliat they should see so little of the world out- side their own waters. For long per-} Mr. anrt Mrs. A, s irvinK rft. lods Ul Ihe year they have been ovcr n.e biiih ol a'daugliler crmsing the 1 The Order ol'lte Eastern Star will tonight iu the Masonic hall for the regular monthly The Music and Ait- sec- tion oMhe club will pro rip 1 1 v at- three o'clock tomorrow with Mrs. C, R. Vo-.ir.g, 1229 Fifth Ave., S. Those ifitereslttl are remioded of concert this evening tte Fifth A. "M. 2S7, Seven t Avenue Baptist church ucdei the niccs of the cfcoir. Guild ol Knox ilay-altrrnoan foe_ tlic first time since cusston of'the immigraticifl probltrtj. j A.. S.. will on inuts- chutch eMnilig MIPS Kiko, is spend- ing a days with Mrs. Jorm C31 St. ncl aiitl NoUh Sea, with J'oriland asj their (irJriCipal base. A change EtQiu this state of things beccmo high- ly desirable. Just as Ihcrc is noLpo- Iitical significance1 underlying tlirpto- gramr-so tlie authorities at (He for- visited have been request- ed to discourage the that '.the cruises arc in the nature oi picnics, .or afford occasions lavish lalilr. According to the published program, nil the armoured squadrons of .the [first ficel will lie absent from Kng- laiid (his tiiontli. Such nn event !forms a striking illustration oi the! Miss Grace RuiSie, ol Grassy is the guest of her sister, Miss Hnflle. s Miss Margaret MeKillup is enter- taining a number of her young friends at cards Ibis evening. Ilifi Wallace, the son oi Mr. and Rev. Edward Crags gave a very fine address at Wesley Epwortb tta- j Monday cvenir.e. His topic was "RemlniEceuces oi Missionary VielBs in thc'-'-Wcst." The venerable, olii gentleman tojd many intfircstinR "gleaned from first hand knowledge, of pioneer days, and his remarks contained a wealth oi fcnowl- which, strongly appealed to his audience. i' The first meeting ol-1 Kr.oi Ladies' j Aid. since the election oi new office rs will be held on .-Thursday afternoon at three -o'clock, when present mem- bers and all others willing to loin or interested m the woik, the Aid T HUNKS tluil will liolil Ilic-if own in the -mad rusli of Irans Iheir cunlcnls intact .as well uic alniosl any jnice. Lois of siidi lie-ro. bill al prices won't flatten your p thai Kvcry piece of Hudson's Hay Hiifijiuyc Hit- trade mark of llie world's Ijcsl iiiiiniifactiirors. We do this because we want to he idcntilk'il wilb wi- know Io he good, awl of which we are proud. Drcausc we have hud to give honest snlisfaclion duriny Ihe pusl years Io make il worth what it stands for today: a Himranlce of snlisfuelion a giuirniitrr. nd leather Cstes in tin, brown and bUck, Eorae p.a per Uncil, cloth lined; some atnpi, olhorj without. Club HifB in smart styles in tan, brouu anj bUck, pigxkin, black nlrm sralc and genuine walrus. Priced from: (o Low priced quality Trunks Brown and green CIUVBB cover- ed TrunkB; tin fibre bound" or atcel boujid. Some With one tray, others with two trays; seme cloth Uned, others paper lined. Solid and well made thjougho'Jl- With and without straps. Sizes 32 to 3G. Pricei: to Steamer Trunks Strong ftcd serviceable overed the popular Treetf Trunk. Broun aad ftreen col- ors. SUel and fibre bound, cloth linetf with tray. Strong leather ttrants and heavy- trimmings- (o Bureau Trunks never need to be unpacked when travelling Tills Is tail becoming one of the most popular Trunkt tnide. It does not have to to unpicked irheif travelling. When the lid is open- ed, everything is liandy. Heavy painted canvaa, fitted with numar- and email; harrtvood slau. heavy lock, slieet steel binding auj figured linan lin- ing: Size 36 ins., Our Special Wardrob'e Trunk A Wardrobe tliat stands 45 Inches, Is heavy canvaB cover- ed, steamer size, fibre bound, Yale lock, riTetted corners" asa and U Keratol lined. It five garment hangers, space for um- brella, draper for hat and lour drawers for wearing apparel. The bast Wardrobe TrunX on the mar- het: HUDSON'S BAY STORES squadron iRntncii, Oi ivill shortlr te with them or nl the raison ctre ot -The Aid and the Wnmrn's Missionary Circle of the First Bap- tist church will meet at thr o'clock" tomorrow with Mrs. 0. E. Talt, 1110 a lAisifllancniis shower given lij-' jfiss. Third .Ave.. S. All members arc been at (iihrall.ir for some weeks. The iciiiitli cruiser squadron is i.ow in Alc-wan niters. With ;ill these hrmrtcr. (here will still main in conunissirin liatlle drons, Ihe ditli and to Ihe FCCOIH! fleet, al A LOVELY EVENING liic poflesl pleolrlc bine silk brocTie, ilrnjicit blnck t-hi (Ton BujirilcnientPtl hy H bncotnlu snrmountc'l Jos collar. .i-ith fuovMvhite MEDICINE HAT HAS A NEW SOLICITOR Mrtikiue Ha K.C., Ivlwnrt] Islam! tity solicitor U'N'ell, rcsignc-J. f'eb. M. ,I Suiiuncrsitlc, Princ has hwu nppoinictl j in place "W W. J. Judgment Day In Supreme Court of l-'cb. Tlic court iis sossion COWANS- SOLID CHOCOWTE MPLE BUDS Bites of dclicioiitucss this morning, nli tlic1 judtos present aiirl liic rliicl justice presid- ing. JutlgmciiiB were rendered us fol- Temple- vs. Nnrlli "appeal dhmissnl. llic court hfing crjnnlly rJi- virird, no costs allowed. Curhon vs. the King, allow- ed u-ith cosls, Irlington Urodcur, J. dissenting. Tf'.c Koyal OsiaTdi.ins Clarke, aji- ilismisscd UufT, J., lisscnling. 1.3 )tonrranx vs. Craig, apju'Al ,il- writ cos'-i, the cliicf justice J.a Moiirc.inv vs. Craig, appeal al- lowed co.sip. Dm riiief justice Xorlh Shore I'nivtr Sarricre, appeal iUhinissed with costs. llarrcr vs.'O'Xplll, nrpPal dismiss- uJth cosls. vs. Canadinn Hftil Accidont comininy, appf.il dismissed n'itJi roils, and .J. .J. dissentiiiR. Kenna vs. llrectccu, Application (or leave io appc.il, dismissed, no costs Dornn vs. .Jen ell, motion to Affirm juriSidiction, tvlth coals. Kiro damago lo tlic Angto- Amcrlcan hotel. Kingston, IL CBiido-l by 2 clgnreiU-, WARRANTS OUT FOR MEN WHO PLAYED GAME FOR QUEBEC POUTICIAtfS Monuetf. One., Feb. Tancrtd of Montreal Bnpiled for IMiriis' detectives en gnsed in the tirilicrp atid corniiition consplrary. Mafiistratft refused to lie warraiitF. Marcll ap- plied to .Tudgo Charbonneau for a 'writ niandannts, comrVlling sign Tlicy have str.co been signed nnd served on the letcctives through (he offices of the ligh Conaluble of Quehec, on their irrlvnl there. The curious thin? IK that nolioily iiow'6 when1 tliey arc nt present. There rtro al! snrts of nimorj nhnuL them, hut rm'jcdy knows -slioro to WILL INTRODUCE LAW PREVENT- ING MANUFACTURE AND IMPORTATION OF THE WEEDS Montreal. Feb. 3.-Allrcd Codnre, superintendent .oi St. Ours canal, and fatiicr of Hon. Louis Coilctio, secretary of slate, died this mornir.g, at St. Oars, I'.Q., after a few lECSf. Besides Hon. he is father ol Krr.ssl forterc, Canadian Vicisis Co.; Oscar CVUnr, of Montieal, and four daughters. QUASHED INQUIRY INTO THE CLUBS find the vcslerdny reported Freeman's hotel. mftii. althouch they V'fb. a niccllng o! accounts committee this morning, Hon. Oco. li. CoWwcll in- (nidncfii .1 resolution tlitl in cHc quashes Hip committee's proposed cn: into Winnipeg night clubs. lo be staying The Ontario ts likely to open on February IT. This was adopted parly vote oJ II airtight to 7, A. M. Lrle, Table Silver Grace, beauty and quality! ore all combined In silver articles marked This brand, ns is made In the heaviest grade of plile. Thfre arc many designs from I which1 to thcose.J Conservative, n-.tmber lor Arthur, who voted for the enquiry, being an ab- sentee. The resolution is as follows "Tint, whereas, the. persons na in the resolution having appeared by counsrl keioie .this Committee and mailc a staiemenl to the commute; regarding the payment ot their (eefi, and this comhiiHec'ls satisfied.Ihere- li, tnereloie.'the salil'p.vrtlea in the abstr.ce oi.any charge that any- thing Is improper regarding the said payments, he- Irom lurlhfr atlMdnnre hefort Item." I it on the said HonHh asgoclitlon elect cd K. A. JI.P.P, presidunt, kr.J dwWeil Ip ast the cltf for OOi) SAQltarluni. Ottawa, Rroder ol hindas, beltcveH that ciEarotte smok- ug a peruiclous habit, one that liou'd bn eradtcated 'rom the live ot he Canadian youth. It IE his intentlori .to .riiake ion the maniifac- ure, importation, or sale of that form f iMr. Bnxler believes in striking at he root of all evil, and lie-is av hat no legislation will-latop. the if cigarellea If permission IB not.re- used to manufacture and import Richard Ulafn -of Peel a' years ago moved but la latentfoui! "did "not cVyefalJjo int aw. Mr. Bidder, Iioffoyer. that eglslsllnr..along tho Is not ojily dpslratile, but feasiblb. Uroder is liitraelf a. er..; r! Washington, Feb. Rak'er Asiatic exclusion anichdrnerit to' the immigration hiM was bcilen 152 6 in Ihe house today. All .amendme lo ttc. irnrnigrdtidu.bill.were defe ed today In ,'tho 'house. The Hayes- was beaten 103 lo 5i. alter an overwhelming defeat, of a simlla'r anieRdmrnt by Kcpresenta- tlvc Holer. UNDEft THE'dUARDS- NOSE .lotiei.- Ill, Jan. convicts, who have been making counterfeit fire-cent oietes in iria.cbinc-shop of the slato prison dtlecteil bere. The nlokelB liaised In the prison store. WIN 10 BL1E HE Ottawa, Kfh 3. Tec Dufhiaion wreck commission iinds Captain How- soa responsible for the loss of tho steamer Cobrquid io the Bay of Kun- dy, on January Vat ovrfag to his gallant not i-anrci his certificate as nmlcr. MEDICINE HAT HAS MADE GOOD LOAN Medicine Hat, Feb. 3. Medicine Hal's bond issue pi S815.000 in lu'n per cent, debentures at 9i closed ves- te'fday, Ming sub'scribec! of lime.' WILL SEARCH FOR ARTIC EXPLORER SI. Petersburg.- Feb. A relief ex- edlllon, to search tlio Arctic seas for Lieut. Swloff, tho llussian czplor- ef, Irom Ardiacjel Ir.'Ausust, be- tnp Russian. gor'ern- T .TClio was said lo be draught animals for liis.jilfdfes, WAS orroneouily re- ported at Xetnkli lut Ocloher. mmt. Lieui. THAEE BXPENSIVE FIRES .Moiilrcil. 1'ob. flros foi ti6 wtek did dtmage The water lupply very sctnt WOMEN'S RIGHTS women- liavc the nghtU) vote or IJioy Imvc the riglil'to a good cup of Tua and they to Blue Ribbon, limited Wlnnlpij. for th( Hut Ribbon Cook Book. The cook book {or utt In Weiurn Cinidi, Write naire and addreii pltinly. ;