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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 4, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta �FRIDAY, PEBr.UARY 4, 1916, TTTT'! LRTHRRTDGK DAILT te ft a L D PAGE SEVEI4 is DEDUCED BUTTER PRICES 'inest Farmers' I Dairy, 21b. for 65c No. 1 Farmers' Dairy, per lb. 30c Finest Empress Creamery, lb. 35c FINEST PICNIC HAMS 6 to 8 Average, per lb......15c Tea Table Talks No, ;i Nowaddys, woxtlil nny cnreful lioiisnwifo buy Hour in jmpnr bngH? Or soda b'�cuils loosu? Or butter from t)ie tub? C'lrry tl.o namo itloa of PROTECTRD FOODSTUFFS lo nil (irliolo most susccptiblo to cliunuM l)y air niitl moia-lun--TEA, I'or many yeiU'S BLUE RIBBON TEA bus been tlic stundard of excellonce. Determined lo maintain, and, if ])ossiblo, improve that stantlitrd, the Proprietors of Uiue lliiiboii 'I'eii have adopted tho most efTectivo \vra]5pi'r yet devised. Obtain a packet. In doiii^ m tiiiy A PERFECT TEA IN A PERFECT PACKAGE Ask your grocer. NEW RE CERSO m LEAGU ffi NEW SIEPS 0 1 10 lb. Packages, Each......50c This is the best egg producer on the .. market. Recommended by Government Experts. Keeps your pou try in healthy condition. P.BURNS &C0., LTD. Main Market, 3r I A. S. Phones 412 and 1388 Dominion Market, , 4th Ave. and 6th St. S. Phone 1654 Palace Marke!,13lh St. N Phone 431 Calvary, Kc'i. 2.-Tlic liic tliscus-sioa of the 'rcmperaiicc anil ;Mora\ Reform league came up lliis inornins, i\;s^celini: the enforcement of the act. A miiiiher of resolitoris were presented Tuesday and sent on to tlic resolution i-ommittDe recommemlini; the anpoitt nent of an "indereiulent eoaimission" to enforce the Alberta Liquor Act. Tl;e question came up for u brief iTference yesterday moni-inn when James Uaihsay of Edmonton, .spoke stronujly in fai'or of sucli an anpointment. "The resolution had asVcd that tho Sovernincnt appoint an Inde.cndent commi.^.'iion," said the, "but r would Ko further than that and demand an independent cominiFsion. They had a majority of 20,000 in connection with the new act, aiul with the women at the next election they would easily bae a majority of 50,-Ono. Thcv would then have the right to demand that snlllcient money of tlie province of Alherta should be spent to sec tliat the act was properly enforced under the commission." However, when the resolution went before the resolution comniittoc yes-terday afternoon, the words "indi-pcndciit commisuon," were struck out, and the clause read thet the Ica-eue shall arte the Rovornment to have the act administeed by "men of unquestioned integrity, etc." The inics-tion will he up for discussion at the Kcneral mectin.u; this mominR. The New Ofl leers .1. A. Virtue of Macleod, will be' the nrpsident of the Temperance and -Moral Jtcform leaiue fcr the coming year. Mo was elected on the second ballot at the cin-.ention vestirday afternoon. The other nominees C. 11. Marshall and liev. H. U. Mc-Gill. Hov. H. n. JfcGill was elected frst vice-rresidcnt ; S.^ J. Craig, second vice-president, and C. H. Ma shall, third vicf-'prisident. Rev, G. 11. Oob-hlediok, Hev. 0. .�\. Lewis, and Rev. C. A. McLauriii were also nominated for viee-rrcsidcnt. The toUowinu; � honorary presidents were nominated and Oiected ; H. W. Stephens. T. H. Miller, Hon. (i. H. V. Bulyei, Rev, C. E. McLaurin, W. G. Hunt, re . I ler yard ... I 3H# Fast Dye Prints 15c Fully 32 Inches wide, nice even soft quality in neat dark or light patterns. "I E r� Per yard............................. Extra Fine Fr nch Zephyrs, 25c 32 inch, French fast colors in neat stripes of blue, lielio, and black on white grounds. .Malces up well into Boys' shirts and waists. JSK� Price per yard ......................... bQw Crinkled Crepes 15c 2H Inch Wash Creiics In dark and light colors In pnlterns. spots, stripes and small floral I Cm designs, per yard.................... I5#w Cinderella Blouse Cloth 25c Note the width, 31 Inches, guaranteed fast eol-ora in medium and dark stripes, for Boys' blouses and children's play suits ^K|* Special price per yard ................. bwC White Middy Cloths 20c White Bleached Drills, Indian Head cloths. Soft Bleached Ducks, All one price SOrt per yard ............................ bUC Swell Silk Crepes and Voiles........ Nice for evening wear or summer dresses. Stripes and Floral designs, pretty shades of grey tuscan, blue and helio. 36 and 40 in. wide. Special price, per yard 90c. 40 in. French Voiles......4BC Pretty patterns, delicate shades, fine sheer qualities................................ 45c. iixtures 40 in. White Voiles.......35C Fancy White Voiles......50C Fancy Rice Voiles.......400 Fancy Organrties, yard ... 35c New Silks and Wool Dress Goods 36-in. Silk Poplins $1.00 This is a good wearing quality, makes up well into suits or fancy dresses. Colors brown, black, navy, purple, saxe blue and green. Price per yard, $1.00 New Covert Suitings ... $1,25 54 Inch Wool Covert Cloth, In browns, and Beaver shades. A great value at the price $L25. 42 in. Covert Dress Goods 90C Colors Brown, Tan and Blue Grey. A good serviceable material for dresses and skirts. Per yard...................................90o. A NEW STOCK OF GREY KNITTING YARNS NOW IN STOCK The Simpson NEWS FROM 2-15 WITHDRAWS CHARGES ling the last election in North Wlnnl. Winnipeg, Fob. 3.-Investigations peg, today resulted in Mr. Rigg.'g by tho privileges and election com- withdrawing the allegation that a, Two-Fifteen, Jan. 29.-Tho cold wea- miittee of the into the deputy returning odlcer' improperly ther ha.s mfc a stop to nearlv all so- charges laid by R. A. Rlgg, concern-; rejected certain good ballots, clal "'itherinss an'l nublic mcct'ngs.'. _� We hii.'i nluniied lor ' social and, --.. . .=---- .......... 4 � otrirt'.c meotiuE on Mondav last, but tho cold weather prevented it camine: olT. "F. G. .Smith and Paul MadRe were in attendance at the U.F.A. coniea-tion Inst wee'c In Cal^'arv. They re-no; t one of tho best and most en-th'isiastic convet-t'ons tho or"-aui?.a-i tion ever held. Mr, Madp- v/as ele't-(v| director from tho Lethbridn^e district. Wo feel that with Second Vice-Pre-sul-'nt B. S, Dunham, ol Lethbridge, returned, Mr, Mad^e n director, pnd the eon e'-tVin ccnini^ bethbridge i next vrav wo of the south country --n "o reeson to griimlde. J. M. Atkinson has returned from his visit amoHK friends in Saskatchewan. , School is supposed to commence here n^xt week, but with this kind of leather find snow a foot deep, there will not l.e 1 very larisie attendance, Miss Edna Coirm of Stirlinp will be the, tcaclJer, � WW show that the blood is impoverished and that the stomach ia not properly assimilating its food. In fact a woman's physical condition .lUvays shows in her face. Paleness, blotches, pimples, sallo wness or dull eyes all Beecham's Pills. Women who are subject to these conditions should not fail to avail themselves of their prompt and beneficial effect Beecham's Pills are Prepared to furnish the necessary relief. They clear the system of impurities, gently stimulate the liver, regulate tlie bowels and tone the eystem. Their mild and thorough action quickly rid the skin of blemishes, improve tlie circulation and help tiie dige9tionIeni..l,an