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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 4, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta pXge eight the lethbridge daily herald friday, feuiiuary d, lOlf) THE LADIES'STORE CLARKE & GO. .Phone 453 Acadia Block ^The Aimual White Sale APPLES NO. 1 \N';i!j;iu'i-. Wiiu-,s;i|), Honu- Hi'iiuly. Spil- /I'lihuri;. pel- box ...................................... S2.10 APPLES NO. 1. (iiiiiil (�.(!(>lc tins W lOc. COHN. PEAS. BEANS. 'S tins I'dr.........;}.")C. SAf.O AN!) 'r.VPlOCA. :? lbs lor ...........iioc .n^LLY P()\VD1-:HS. I pUls. lor ............ 2.5c.' E(;GS. i^ooil CDolu-rs. W do/. I'or ..........Sl.OO TE.A. Kerr's Special, old price ............... lOc. COFFEE- Braid's best jHr lin ............ .)0c. (".()FI"E1% Our sitecial blend. ."> pouiuls for ............................................................. COFFEE. "Bitj 1"' per II............ CliEP.BlF:S. Libby's '1^.. size. o.")c; (tn sale CIlEHBIES -Pilled. No. 2 tins. 2 lor:5.-)C PEACHES -Quaker. Is. extra line. eacb .............................................................................. loc PINEAPPLES. Libby's Ihnvaiiau. eacb .............................................................................. loc. (�BEEN C.AC.E PLIMS on sale 2 lor 2.5c. I'PTON'S MINT .lELLY i)er lunibler 15c PFBE FBI IT BL.TTEB. Apricol. Maple. Crape and Plum, eacb .............................. 25c. ASPABACLS. lancy tips in .alass. rei'- u!ar 8.5c: on .sale ............................................. fiOc CMILI SAICE. 2 bottles lor ..................... 15c CLUB HOUSE C.\TSUP eacb .................. 2.x- ONION PICKLES. Mac.onocbies eacb 23c BBAND'S BEEF TI-:A. 10c and.............20c. PUBITY BBliAKFAST FOOD, regular 2.5c; on sale 2 I'or........................................ 25c TBISCUIT. per ijackage ..............-.............. 12c. O.XO COBDIAL. Hi oz. bottles ,............ 95c. HEBBINCiS in lonialo sauce. 2 tins 25c. (55 c 25c 60're should be al iireat stimulus lo reeruitiiiK 111 that djstriet. He will adiln-ss also a eoiu-hined meetini!: of all the ehurehes in (."ardston oi\ Siunlav afternoon. Keeniits .siirncii ,m ;it local reeruit-in^; lieadquartTs today were : ,1. Seott, Seot.; .). I'laneev, Can.; X. Husk, Can.; -1. .Mullen, Seot.; 1>. (tallaiiher, I'-.n;;.; M. .1. Iloaslin. \m-\ eriiaii. The latter is a member of the-well known How Island farnilv. and Mid-Winter Clearance Continues Tomorrow and All Next Week lis event wtM'c made Miiy liiu>s were advMii-lial were, only slio'lilly. arlielt^ known lo the dry-iiiercased in scarcilA' and rre|)arations lor months a.u'o. lit'Tort ( (>d in i>ri(.-e, and tliose I li Since I licit almost every ,o()o(ls, I rti;it ly value. circulars ive per cei (tc I ivered at rc tltiiii Raymond and Magrath \ L). 11. Kliou. who is in iluirjjo ui i illie eampnign in the southern dis-! itrlets. has also reeeived letters from Uhe mayors of lUiymond aiul .Magrath, ' promising their hemty support to the I! recruiting, eaiupaign and offering lo ,'do anything in tlieir |)ower to further I the enlistment tor tlu- Kiltie rogi-I meat here. .Meetings will he held 11 there shortly. Tlicre is nttl ;i line iiKMititincd 011 llie ytdlow your door lodtty. Imt is worlli ririeen lo forly-prices (|tiote(l. So don't wnil lor lower prices-you'll \wi i�e( (lu'iii this sea.son, iMM' lor many ,soa,sons to come: moreover many lines n ollieial necoiuits stated thai llieraid-; last evening. Accordini; lo the story OUS, CLEAN LITTLE LIVER AND BOWELS ers returned unharmed vestcrday.; , . , , ^ 'riioi-e which left I''riedricliaven had eunent. which, however, cannot vet ,,, returned aceording to the dis-,, e.^idren love this fruit la.uitive," he eonlirmcd. the crew of the /.cppe- patch from Ceneva. iand nothing else cleiinHes the tender .,, ,. ; lin probabh were all drowned. 11 Mcwspapers toilav gencrallv support ' i.iomaeh, liver and bowels so nicolv. v L-")' ^"^ \Mielcss to sawiiie, ... sems that the trawler found so! the action of the cantain .)f tlietra\v-| .\ ..luid simplv will not stop plny-\., Hel). l.-Ihe .\ustro-llungal lali j,,.^,,^ ,,p, clj,igi,u; to the '/.eppe-' ler King Stephen in refusing to tes-: ing k, emptv th'e bowels, and the ru-i-..;;nnalt\ in a - statement issveu .,t jj,, [1,.^ etH,rl at rescue, cue the evcw of the airship. The suit is, thev bpcome tightly clogged |i \ lenna todav reports that three air-, |^,ft ,, their fate. � 20c. ..........20c. slir) raids were made on the .Vibaniaal jjiiort ii Durazzo from .Jamiarv :",tl,' to Fetruary Isl. The stateir."r.', ;ilso ai.; ( i.i ce:. that hoinhs were dnnpe,! hv Austrian aeroplanes on .\vlona, which is occupied h\- Italian troops. , GEO. KERR & CO. PHONE 1J.5.'5 31;; FIFTH STREET SOUTH It is i)elie\ed that X.Ci>pelin I.-IS)! may ha'.e V,e?n hit bv one of the Kng-| lish coast batteries, it was stated that one of the raiders was more than two hours hihind the others in leaving the h^udisli coast. If the airship was then disabled, it is believed Calgary, Teh. 4.-Knuleriek son. of Oyen, found guilty of attempting to murder his Ijrother, w'as sen-jteueed to life im!)visonuienl liy Chief j.lustice Harvey at the assizes this ; morning. Hefore passing sentence i the judge gave .foliiison an unmerciful verbal casiigntion. -Martin 1.. Bi-lgliam. who was Estimates Provide Many Vew Buildings in the West Ottawa, Out., Keh. 3.-Sir 'riiomas hall Whit?, minister of linance, in the com- %'i'i^i\M) inons this afternoon, tabled the main Winnipeg, barracks .Vlfdi.iiOO : Winni .lohn-i "si iinates for the li.scal year which peg [)oniini(jn buildings 5;-20,(IOii ; Win-conimEiiees with the coming April.; nipeg, drill hall (new) .$11,0(10; Win-The\ provide fcjr total expenditure nipci iiviuiigraiion huildings, improve- of SI,S,S,!)8l,21.s. The total rstimatcs for the current liscal year, which closes on March :n, were for the sum of $lilfi,Kti3.017. There is, thercicre, a ilecrcase of nearly $8,000,000, apart, of course, from a'lv supplenientarv cs- RUINED BUILDINGS FORMED A BEAUTIFUL GROUP �; Approaching Ottawa from any direction, the lirst glimpse you got of the city was of tliat splendid, erown-liKp height of towers, turrets, and Gothic \\'alls, with the . dome of Uie library of parliament and Its Hying buttresses standing forth distinctly, the parliament building and the massive east and west ilepartmental i) ocks blending as one in the great Impression, and producing a certain resemblance to an old-world cathedral city rising from its bastioned bill. Commenced in JS.l'.i. the corner stone of the parliameiit l)uildings was laid by the Prince of Wales lafter-�ward King L;dward VII1.in ISOO. and they were occupied in 1S(i-">, two years Ji^fore the first Dominion parliament held its first session, though much re-jualned to he done after that date. The initial cost of the parliament building was some $u,000,000, but tll^re have been subsetiuent extensions and additions.  The buildinss formed three sides o,f a great Btiunre, laid down in grass juiU crossed with broad iiaths, standing above the level of Wellington street, from which it was separated iVy :a low stone wall with handsome rnllings and gates. Rising above this square, on a stone terrace with sloping carriage approaches on either side, the great parliament building, which was tlie central hlock, faced thestjuare. �Tills building was tliree storeys in bolghl, and had a main (south) front 170 feet In length. In the middle, over the principal ontranoe, rose the great Victoria tower 220 feet hlsh meri.e; got 2.'1 months. over wiiich the Tnion Jack Moated when ijariiament was in session, with the addition at night of a cluster of electric liglits in the Iron crown. TJiUs. .splendid building, like the sisicr buildings on either side, was In a style of arcliitecluie based on the Italian Gotliie of the i:ith century, of a cream colored sandstone from the neighboring district, to whicli age added fresh heauij of color, the arches over the doors and windows being of a warm red sandstone, and the dressings of Olilo freestone. It contained the two chani^iers-for the eomiiions and the sfnate-and all the accommodation necessary for tile otiicials of both houses. The chamber of commons was lofty oblong liall. with separ; double desks for the members, the speaker's chair being placed in the middle of oub side, leaving a somewhat narrow- nassageway across to the door at which the sergeant-ai-arniB was stationed. From this passageway on either side the desks of the members rose in tiers. The ceiling was supported by graceful clnsiers of marble plllans. four in each, and broad galleries ran all around the chamber. The Hiiiiaie ciiamber, which, with its olllee.s occupied the other half of the huge bnilding, the coinmons having nil west of the great tower, and the seuRte nil east of It-was of pre-cisoly the same architectural character, the coloring of carpets and upholstery being, however, of crimson, while in tlio commons It was green. The nrrangementB of seats was dilTor- FEAR A CRISIS senator having a desk to himself, the number of senators, of coursi-, being not much more than one-third of the members of the house of commons, and at the north end of the senaii; chamber ftlie principal entrance to which was at tlie south end! stood, under a canopy of crimson and gobl, on a dais of crimson cloth, the throne occupied by the representative of the crown at the opening and closing of the sessions of imrllament and the assenting to the hills passed. In front of the throne stood the speaker's chair. Behind the two chambers, extending northward from the centre of the ._________________________________, building was the library of iiarlia-: menl. a building of exceptional �r. j 11 ft, i. 1- 1 *, k p\A ^ chitectural beauty, riying bnltresses i \Y HQ], {jXY^ AClQi brought buck from Kiigland bv the! timiilfs which may be brought down -Mounted Police on a charge of horse j hefore the end of the session, it is stealing, and who was found guilty, i :iot expected, however, that these was sentenced to a term of. 10 years. | will he large. William J. Clarke, found guilty of! 'I'he reduction in the estimates is stealing $600 from the Bank of Co.ii-I all the more noticeable because Ihcrc Daily Mail says : "The captain acted with ivaste, liver gets slu.ggish, stom- wisely as the crew of tlie '/eripelin ach sours, then your Utile one be- were in no immediate danger. ICvery Coiiirs cross, hnlf-sick, feverish, don't British sailor alloat wmild rescce his cat. sice]) or ad iiattirnlly. breath Is foes in danger so long as tliev could had, system full of cold, has sore bo evDfclcil lo act honorahlv, but throat, stomnc-h-aciie or diarrhoea. the (-ermu'li lias proved that nobody , Listen. Mother: See if tongue Is dare trust hini. ; coated, then give a teaspoonful of "Ciilifornia Syrup of figs," and in a few hours all the con.'^tlpated waste, ' sour bile and undigested food passes (Uil of the system, and you have a i well, playful child again. Millions of mothers uive "Califor- ' Ilia Syrup of l'"igs" because it Is ,per- feeily harmless; children love it, and lit never fails tu act on the stonincli, , ,, 1.. 1 I  ,i;ll\er and bowels, hall iJ(l,(.mi ; St. ,lames drill ball: , ,, j,, -,.^p,, Souris, drill hall },la,000 :,,,,, ..t-aiifornla Syrup of iM.gs." which has full directions for babies, clilldroii of all ages and for grownups plainly' printed on the bottle. I3e-.... ware of ("ounterfeits sol.l here, tlct mcnts S.i.OOO ; Winnipeg, new ininii- ii,,,i ,.,,-nr.!-,... ,Ir.^lt,^,s V1 K-inooo '""''V iO"' ''�''" '"i" ii^,"'"! Kegina, ir"uw'Tnd' 'cm,als:''$l3S:502;--^^^^^^ "--"-K bnilding S75,000 ; million public buildings .'i;i.'),0(io ; Indian Head, forestry branch, depart-liient of interior, huiUlings $17,000 ; tCindcrsIey, public building $20,000 : -Mooste .Jaw, customs examining warebou.se $00,000; Moose .Jaw tal station "D" $00,000 ; Victoria, new drill hall $ 10,000 ; Victoria, Saaiiich observatory $75,000 ; Williams, head i|Uaraniine station $75,-000. Harbor and river vot-'s in tlic west immif-ration ball .JiSO.OOO ; Prince'.\1- i^lmri'e ible to income, include $;ir),0_00 for .Winnipeg harbor wharves; Sla,-000 for l.c Pas wharf ; $t5,0(j0 for St. Andrew's locks, and $150,000 for of great massiveness gave a distinctive character to tin; structure anil i its lofty dome was a landmark vis- ' ibie from afar. , P�\Dynamife Explodes in Butte Hotel liultc, Mont., Feb. 1. - Several sticks of dynamite were exjilodcd early today in the rear of the Flnr- the cause of backache. rheumatism, gravel and sudden death. Kver since the discovery of uric acid in the blood by Scheele, in 177,5, and the bad effect 'it iiad upon the b6dy, scientists and iiliysicians have striven, to rid the tissue.'! and the blood of this poison. JJecause of its over-aluimlance in the ,�ysl.eni it cnuses, backache, pains liero and tliero, rlieu- piiblic wor;;s, capital, $2,200,800. 'i'he public works estimates chargeable to revenue have been reduced bv $1,3S0,K07. The only department slujwing a large increasi' is the post olbcc departnieni, where provision is m.ide for an additiciial S.SOo.OOO. Ag-ricultt;re and ocean and river s;;rvicc show sliglit increases. There is a vole of $3,000,000 for the conslruetioii of the 1 ludson's Baj �railwav terminals and elevators. It is evidently the intention , not to push forward this work as vigorouslv as last vear, as there was a vols then of $5,500,000. l'"or the Satioiial Ttanscontin."nlal railway there is a I l'"ra.si r river ihiproveiiients. Western dredging votes ai',i' as follows : The three prairie provinces $05,000; liritish Columbia $000,000, a Tcduc-tion of $200,000. Ilosthern, public building $10,000 ; ' .Saskalpon cusloins examining ware-hous? $50,000 ; Saskatoon, drill hall $30,000 ; Saskatoon, new public huil.l-ing $7I,0(�0 ; .Swifl Currci.t, drill hall $30,000; Swift Current, public build-i vA/npoiPn aroiit ing .$.50,000; ^Vadcna, public building |U. S. I^^^^q^O^RJ^O ^^^^^ $20,000; Wilkie, public building $15,-1 ,, ,, ."-Q^f. P^^., 1)01) ' ! Washington, Poh. 3.-Navy olUclals Alberta ' frankly admit tliey are alarmed at the ,,, , , ,. ,, ' niysierlous disappearance of the battle Uhabasca I.amlimi:. new pub ic ,j,o|. |,ro,, destroyer Mull building $;>,0(IO ; Hassano, pulilic . i>oc|h,. iipi.t building $10,000; Calgarv, drill hall. ......______- $00,000; tUilgaiy, hcadiiiiartcrs for; forestry and irrigation branches $50,-000 ; t;algary, new post otiice $110,-' ooo ; Calgary, Douiinion huildings 'and surmounted by a great iron orown Ient. in,.the sepate elianVber, each cncc Motel, j, large miners' boarding mnti.sm, gout, Kravel, neuralgia and house in the eastern part o! the cilv. i "^oitnicA. It was Dr. Pierce w'ho dis-The damage was contlned lo l;rjken , covered a new agent, called'Annrie," windows, all glass in the vicinitv be-i w'l tl"'"w o"t, and completely in,, vi,.,( ,..p,i eradicate Una nric acid from the s.vfi- ^�'�t'2!!!:__; ten., -Anuric" bus proved to be 37 ; time.i more potent llian Hlh'ui, and � consequently you need no longer fear '� niuacular or arliculdr rlieuinatisiii or ' gout, or many other diseases wliicli are (lej)endeiit on an accnmnlatioii of uric acid witliin the body. Send to Dr. fierce, of the Invalids' Iloto! and hiur-gioa! lusliiuie. Buffalo, N. V., for a School Enrolment .\ccordiiig to the stattnunl compiled hv Seeretarv I'TRetwoiul, tiR. vote of $1,500,000. For the Que'acc �,'i,00h ; Castor, public buildings $lli,-bridgc, which is still under construe- ; n v-, i m^^m^^ m m m tion and will not 1)C completed until 1 KdmDnton, post ollice $100,000;! ^I^r^^kmmt^m ^ 1017, tiiere is a vole oi $3,-150,000. Kdnionlon, custtnns exuniininj; ware- B fW B J BSl V* There is a reduction of over $2,- hou.s.. $75,000 ; Mrnonton, new drill | flllk^ J^HIBV 000,000 in the estimates of the larger �{ the large worKs now in 1"' hiiihiing $25,000 ; Jlcdicine, Hat coerse of construction are reduceil. immigration, huilding $20,000; tle;l The vote for St. ,I(din harbor iui- Deer,' public huilding $31,000; \ c-provemfnts is cut down from $1,500,- grevillc, public building $25,000; Ver-000 to $1,000,000, and for harbor and milioo, public hulliiing $20,000; Wain-river impidvements at' Fort William uriglit, public building, $20,000. If you feel lhat iiied, worn-onl Nothing so gppd as fi^esh homemade bread from- puRiTyeiouR "kore Bread and :Better Brt>,ad '' i., . > . , , I feeling, backache, neuralgia, or if your �SO.M, which IS somewhat lower than i Bleep is disturbed by toi frequent ance was 1205 for a percentage iia usual owing to the ver\ severe wea-1 urination, go to your "best drug "store ther which prevailed during the, and ask for Dr,J*'jrce's .\nuricTablets, month. .Mrs. lliches' class of West-1 They are put up in 50-cent packages, minster school gets the attendance j Doctor I'ierce's reputation is baclc of haiiner for the month with a percent-1 tliis uiedicifie and you know that hia age of iM.2(i. I "Golden Medical JJiscovory" for tlie blood and hia Favorite Predcription" for the ills ol women (lavo liad .1 splendid reputation lor the past lifly yeara. HON. A. G. MACKAY'.S CONDITION IS NOW IMPROVING I'Jdnionton, Feb, 3.-The condition of Hon. A. G, .Maekuy, who has been at the jiolnt of death with piuMimonia, is gradually Improving, but It will ho Bonio days yet before he will be able to leave the Itoyal .Vlexandrii hospital whore ho has been giilni; iroulmi'iit,  Doctor Pierco'.s Pellets are unet|ualcd as a Iviver Pill. One tin;/ Bufiar-coutcd Pellet a Dose, � Cure .Sick Headache, Bilious Headache, fii/ziiiese, Constipa-,) tion, Indigestion, Wliuus Attacks, and under- i all derangemeiitii yl lLi�i Uvcr, Stouiuotl und Bowels, , ami Port Arthur from $1,700,000 to $1,000,000. nther large votis arc : i Halifax drv dock, $250,000; (Jiichcc harbor ImprovcniPnts, $100,000 ; tjue-i bee drv_ dock, $1,500,000; improvements lo navigation in tjuehec harbor, $700,000 ;' Toronto harbor iiv.-provemi'iil, $(iO0,0oo ; Frencli rivet waterways improvements, $1(10,000 ; Vancouver harbor impro\ enienls, $350,000 ; Victoria harbor improvements, $1,000,000 ; drv dock, $200,000. 'I'lie principal votes for public buildings ill Western Canada include Iho following : Manitoba Doisiievaiii $20,000 ; Uruiiilon $aO,. 000;, Carbcrrv $27,000,: Itomiuiou Citv\$18,000 ; i'llkhorn $10,000 ; Oret- Brltlsh Columbia AslierofI, public building $23,000 ; C;ourteiiav, public building S'^iO.OOO ; Cociuitlnin, piiblie building ('::r;000: Dominion piihtic hiiildingK $17,000; b'ernie, drill hall $20,000 ; Ganges Harbor, public huilding $5,000 ; Hold-en, public building $20,000; Kam-loops, drill hnll $20,000 ; Kamloops, new public hutldihg $75,000 ; ICcl-owiia, public building $30,000 ; Mer- and lOsduimalt rltt, public buildiiiii; $25;000 ; Mission I tniv. uuhlicf huitding $20,000 ; New .......' Ha^elton, puhlic building $D,000 ; -New Westminster, public building, (il-tings, etc. $0,000 ; North Vancouver, drill hall $.'1,000 ;� Pcntietcn, puhlic building $15,000; Powell River puli-lic buiidloK $20,000 ; I'rlncj Kufiert, drill hall $7,000 ; I'rince, Rupert, pub-na $215,000 ; Manitou $10,000 ; Melita He building $117,000 ; Prince Ru'-cvt, $B,50l\; Minitoiias $10,000; Norwood nuaranlinc statloiiv $80,000; He'/el-(irovci- $10,000; Oak Lake $10,000' stoke, puhlic huildinir '-50,000 ; Sid-Hivei'it $20,000 ; Porliige l.n Prairie nev, public hiiilding $17,000; Trail, Urill IVill $20,000 i Allaniouiit drill public building $'20,00(1 ; Vancouver, W.ts never cured by dcslng the stomach. Tlie two-organs nvo not eonnocted. It they were, food swallowed would choke yon. For Itnig and brnnchinl troubles you must lircutUc the cure; and you can't hrcallio cough syrups, tonics und syrupy compounds! Peps provide the rational frcntmc-nt tor coughs, colds, bronchitis and lung troubles. Peps arc tablets made up of Plu� extracts and medicinal esHonced, which when put Into tllo mouth turn into beating vapors. These are broatlied down direct to tho lungs, throat and bronchial tube.i -not swallowed down to the Btornach, whleli is not ailing. On the face ol' It, now, dons this nol, Bound more reasonable tbiin drugging tlio stomach '? Try one box of l^epB. A trial will Cost yott only fiOc, und tho good you will reap-well, health cannot be expressed In looney terms. Bo rui'b of tlio urtielo when ordering l!rohi druggist or store. Just four loi