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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 7, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta WEDNESDAY; FEBRUARY 7, 1917 PAGE SEVEN CLARKE & CO. ^ e^^S^' Brand jicw stocks of spring merchandise containing many specially purcliased lines and many ,-others that would n.ow he impossihle to get were it not for diligent searching and very early purchases j in liberal quantitiesi-when prices were much lower than tliey are at the present time. NOT AN ARTICLE MENTIONED HERE BUT IS WORTH 20 TO 30 PER CENT. MORE THAN THE PRICE ASKED. MILAD PHONE I224- Vblle and Silk Waists...... JH1.4S ''i^oll*B ^re all new atyles, specially purchased and wonderful value. Sllke are a Bpeclai clearing l6t Regular up to $8.00. ^llkBoot Hose............75c ' I Same lvalues as a year ago. Worth now $1.00 a, pair Colors white, black, sky, pink, sand grey and. bllve gredn. � .� AIl*Over Aprons 75c, $1.00, $1.25 Some answer the purpose ot dresses. Large and roomy.. Splendid prints. All wash colors. , Embraidery Bargains ...... .rlOc Four to'twelve inches wide. Sold regularly up o 20c. OA!'rale;while it lasts, 10c. 27^inch~Floiiiicin^'s ... 45c to 65c i 4/. -Very. fine.Swiss CiDods-i Neat';designs for child-,ren's_w6ar.YAll special value's. Silk Greiie de Clienc........$1.50 tovely, fine quality crepe. Lovely new shades ot plum, Belgian blue, sky, apple green, flesh, old rose, maize; etc. Fiiiest Georgette Crepe .l51.50-$2. Best' grades obtainable. 40 inches wide. Colors flesh, black ahd Ivory. Highest Grade Taffetas ... .$2,50 Full yard wide. Splendid weight. Very even' weave. Plain dnd shot effects. Colors brown, greon navyrpluni, white, old rose, etc. Blaek Diichesse .. 1.75, 2.00, 2.50 36.to 40 inches wide. All special values at ojd prices and qualities. Good enough for any taste. Wa^h Crepes, Special......3ttc '30 inches wide. Plain colors and stripes. Shades of.pink, sky, green, mauve, tan, grey, white, etc. Colors, all guaranteed to wash. ilU WREN LOVE ^ MeFR6S"F0R Give It Whan Feverish, Crou, Billeuax . For Bad.Breath or Sour Stomach. iLook at the tongue, Mother!' It coat-four conatl^ted j ^waste, undigested, food and sour bile/gently move out of its little bowels witfaont griping, and you have ill wei), playful child again. You needn't coax sick children to take.this harmless "fruit laxatiye;" they love: its delicious taste; and it always,makeslthem feisl splendid. Ask your r druggist for a BO-cent bottle of "California-Syrup of Pigs," which has dlriictionB for babies, children of aliases and for . grown-ups plainly on the bottle. Beware of counterfeits 80l4;;here'.. To sure you get the gehulhej'.'ask to see that it is made by "California Fig Syrup Company." Kefusd any Other kind with contempt. -Advertisement: , ,cKi4''l\B Ag^cy;ptbbably the' Wgi gest {Advertising'agency in Canada. I He was/Cklllea^Djr'A train at Coteau Junction;'ha]kr[&Iontreal. -  Mi WOMAN Tells MQW,:.y.inoi Made Her Stronjj. ' In UerielKhty-secopd year Mrs.^'Jpliii �VVlcJteERliWwOf R,us>eJlviUe,, Pa^ tos VI ifr^B' in a rjuiTdown, feeble condition lan^lii^^vloilt flesh. A neighbor asked me to irjp VInol, and after taking-two.'bpttleff my strength returned; I am,�alnUiK. In flesh, it has built up ttiy liealtii and Iram feeling fine for a womfin; i�f my age, so I get around and do .myu^ousework,''----------> The reason Vinol was so staccessful in Mrs: ^.MMcKersham's case was iie-cause It -isontBinB' beet-and ood^Hver peptones;? iron ,bnd manganese pep tonate^'/and;! /jclycerophosphates, the very elements needed to build up'la weakened ruh'down system and cresite strength.^J.; D,, Higinbotham & Co., Ltd., ;Pru|E9l8ts,^ Lethbridge.. Also, at tiie bBB6 -drt>|rfst�' In" all Alberta townSjr4r'^^d^[ert^^ent. 3 � rM; ARE TAKING NO Tlie Sailors' Relief Fund The British Sailors' Relief committee have been successful in raising, with very little trouble, somewhere between eight or nine thousand- dollars and wish to thank all those who Washington, Feb; 7.-The Scandln-1 �!f'�'f *� make this su,m pos-avian liner, Frederick VIII, on which slWe. Further sums will probably be Count Von Bernstorff and the whole forwarded before the account closes corps of former German diplomatic on February 15th. / and consular officials sail ilexl week The fund was asked for to show, from New York for Christianfa, wtlMto a small extent the appreciation of put in at Halifax, N. S., tor inspection by the British ; naval Buthorlties. Great ..Britain gave passports tor the people of Canada for the British sailor whose services and devotion. In calm and in storm, has.kept the the party on condition that they pro- Dominion trom the ravages of the re-ceed by. the most direct-- availablr | lentless Hun. route and the Frederick VIII. will proceed to Norway by the northerly route, without entering the war zone It was learned today, however, that brave seamen. The amounts subscribed will be used in the support of the widlpwp, wounded, sick'and orphans ot these the stop at Halifax, has been arranged for so that the ship may be subjected to the usual restrictions of the British blockade.' ELEPHANTS WORKING IN;,BERLIN STREETS London, Jan. 31.~-A dispatch from : Berlin to The TImeis 'says:-Of the extraordinary sights jeon in the snow blocked streets of Berlin,'the employ The Dominion committee has requested that the fund should be closed by the 15th of February and the amount on hand will be forwarded to headquarters at Montreal to be sent with the total sum collected In the Dominion to those in- charge' of the fund in England. Mrs. R. 3.' Gordon, G.'!.^ Tenth St., south,'will-receive on Friday afternoon from 4 to 6 o'clock. J  � � Lieu,!. Reginald ;aiul Mrs. Martin who were marrifed ph Sunday evening In Edmonton, .'have Ui-rivod in tlie city. The � exiecutlve Of tlio I.O.D.E. will meet ,at'. the home -of Mrs. Robinson oni Friday atternooii at, 7, o'clock.  * � There will be no meeling ol: the Baptist Ladies' Aid on Thursday of this i week. *.   The: young . ladies of St. Patrick's bhurch are holding a card party and booial tomorrow night in St. Basil's school.  .* * "The W.M.S. of Wesley church will hold their post.noned lea at the home of Mrs. Cobhiedick on Saturday afternoon, Feb. 10th,. from 4 to G p.m. A splendid musical program has been arranged. ... There will be intercession service at St. Augustin's church tonight b,ut choir practice will not follow it. it will be held Instead tomorrow night at Mr. Brymner's residence.  * * The Central W.C.T.U. will meet tomorrow at, 3.30 at the home o� Mrs. I C, Farrow, 305 7th ave. All members are asked to be present and turn in i their soap coupons for the February I collection. '   The Willard W.C.T.U." members are asked to meet tomorrow at 8 p.m., at the home of Mrs. P. Cain, 627 16th jstreet^ north. It is a special meeting and business of importance has to be transacted.  * � A general meeting of the Women's Civic Club will- be held tomorrow evening in the Y.M.C.A. at 8 o'clock. The'executive meetat 7.30. It is requested that all members attend as a matter of great importance to each member is to be . discussed. The I.O.D.E. request that knitters ! Tvho have completed socks, to turn ;them Into Mrs. Robinson's by Feb. 15. A quantity of wool has been out a long time and a. .shipment of socks will be sent as soon as a sufUcient number are turned in.  �  * After' the Hambourg-Hollinshead recital last night, Mf. Boris Hambourg was entertained at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Sadowski. Mr. Hambourg and Mr. Sadowski may give a joint recital here sometime during th^aummer. There will be aiiqiher rehearsal for the young people .of Wesley Church tonight at 7.45 prpmpt in the choir room. * * ' Senator and Mrs.DeVeber intend returning to their home in Lethbrldge Alberta., when the house adjourns and will be accompanied by Mrs. J. P. Ryan, who will remain there for a few weeks.-Ottawa Journal-Press. l\ir. and Mrs. L. P. ATcMulion, of Lctlibridge, are visiting hero for a few days-Calgary News-'reiograni. . . to. Alberta Delegatleni at YKinnipeg EAr WITHOUT FEAR OF INDIGESTION SOUR, M STOMACH Instant Relief! "Pape's' DIapepslh" Ends Your Stomach Troubles Forever. Wondir what upset your stom^chv" wl)ich portion of the foo,d did thp: dajpit ager-do you? well, don't bother.' If your stomach is in revolt; it r wUft Winnipeg,.-Fe"b.,3.-T-A vdeVeeatton of gissy and upset, and what you Just itwenty-fivtf !i-repreBentatly#f 1^^ has fermented into- stubborn bt Western Canada'met'otticials of lumps; rhead dizzy and aches; belch the C. P. R. in the. generail office of gases, and acid and eructate Undiges-; that company in Winnipeg. H. A. ted food; breath foul, tongue coated-.-Craig, deputy minister; W. P. Ste- just take a little Pape's Dia'pepsin vens, livestock cbmitalBsloner.; E. L. and in five minutes you wonder what Richardson, secretary Mvestook asBO- became of the indigestion and' dis-clatlon; H. W.,Wood, president W.P. tress. C!URBS%jlK AFFECriOl�8 |(M!luMI^^#�>t^ it. Sold mnd IBteMl wjr above Vlaol druggiat. A.; and Rice Jones,, manager of the Farmers' .Elevatorj,C lire to the British llnps. C.-for valor. Tho mililary cross of the great war -ranking very high ind.eed in honor -has a more resplendent ribbon; a wide, silvery white streak on each side and a violet one down the middle. The O. C. M. has a fine crimson ribbon with a dark blue central stripe. A briglii, blue ribbon witli two narrow rod stripes in the center is for the King George coronation medal of UMl. As would naturally be expected, Indian medal ribbons are rather ornate in their design, and tlie Indian goner-! al service of 1901-2 is In alternate .stripes of crimson, groen, crimson, greon, crimson. ' The Indian general service ot 1908 can not fail to attract attention. It Is brilliant green on each .side with a rich broad blue center ; .Most folk are familiar with the Boar war or South .African ribbons- both the king's and the queen's. Yellow for Service In Africa The latter is in stripes of red and blue, and red again; while the former blue, wide orange center and is orange, white and^.greeni ; The long,service and good conduct army medal was denoted by one single color-a very deep crimson of the same hue as the V.C., but in order to prevent confusion It has lately been altered, and a very narrow white stripe added on each side of the crimson. The Egyptian bronze star-Khedive star-is a broad ribbon of one color only, a rich blue. I The Sudan expedition of 1896 Is a I peculiar ribbon, with wide black on the one side .a red streak in the middle, and wide yellow on the other side. The West African ribbon is also easily recognized for Its scheme of black and yellow. It is a wide.ribbon with a broad black edge, thert'a yellow stripe, then a narrow black, tUen yellow again. 1 While still on the yellows may be mentioned the Sudan Egyptian ribbon, which is deep yellow on' each, side and blue in the center. ' Query Arises as to Color System A peculiar ribbon is that attached to the long service territorial medal, which Is green with a bright broad center stripe of yellow. The D. S. G. ribbon is of blue with a broad purplish-red center. To go back to the Indian mutiny Fa shions the Factony GANADIAN ti'omen ot to-day arc demonstrating their keen patriotism In a great many ways, tiut the latest and most up-to-dato. is 'the donning of man's overalls and jilaylng a most important part in the workshops of tho Dominion. It was r *it,�tbelr own instigation that they ex-;|jlDited a desire to take tho places of ' t{ie,men who had gone to the war. The women of England are making mtinittona and replacing those at the front In almost every kind of trade, nnd It Is nowadays considered to be nbrcast of the times^for the women .of Canada to do a similar work and . thJiir llttlo bit to help the country in times of need. . , A shortage of man labor has given the women every opportunity, and = tbpy haro risen to the occasion. In the C. P. R. Angus Shops at Montreal tho women have been flrst with the iimbUIon of emulating their sisters in, : Bngiaud who are now* wearing over-nils ]UEt like men, and now they also �' "wear tko breeches." They are glad . pj the change, for the skirts often i)ampai:ed their work. Tho overall gives thorn much comfort and has .boon found of considerable convenl-unce, particularly in the paint shop, fhe overi'U gives them more con-tfdonco In carrying out the work, .Without tbe'women the Empire can* �'jiot v/ln the WAI-. ' days the colors of that ribbon are brilliant-three white and two red stripes alternating; while the Mata-bele campaign warrior has three blue and four oran.ge stripes. One wonders by what prismatic ruin the decision is arrived at by wbipli these particular colors or combinations of colors are selected, and who Is responsible. ^ Anyhow no reader need now ask what such and such a ribbon represents after those descriptions. And it Is as well to know and recognize them all, since there have of late been prosecutions and punishments meted out for the wongful wearing ot military awards. Mr. Dyspeptic! You Can Eat Now A RIp-Roaring, Rich Meal if You'll Take a Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablet After It. Don't Take Our Word for It. Let Us Send You a Free Sample tp Prove It. All you stomach sufferers whom food has cowed and who walk to your' meals as though you were about to enter the arena of Nero, here is a message that will make you glad. Indigestion . Good Digestion 1 Take a little candy-like Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablet after each meal, and one at bed time, and no matter what you eat or when you eat It, good old-fashioned- honest- fried- baked or bailed food will not injure you. '  Many physicians prescribe Stuai;t's Dyspepsia Tablets in their cases of stomach troubles and digestive disorders. They are sold at every drug store everywhere. Price 50 cents a box. If you .want proof before you purchase fill out coupon below. Fiee Trial Coupon F.A. Stuart Co. 250 Stuart Bld^., Marshall, Mich. Send me at once by return mall, a free trial package of Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets. Name , Street City .. State Calgary, Feb. 7.-Brigadier-General E. A. Cruikshank today confirmed the truth of an Ottawa dispatch which appeared in yesterday's Lethbrldge Herald to the effect that he was being transferred to Ottawa to become historian of the Canadian militia depait- ment.....Gen. Cruikshank expects to go to Ottawa to assume hlB new duties about the middle of March or the first ot April. He-states that he knowsnothing as to who his successor will be. In local military circles It is generally believed that Col, George MacDonald will get the ijppmntmeut. '|*uilay -Mmemlier to I order a supply of Sun-^ lust Oranges^ from your dealer. Sunklst are the uniformly good Oranges. ^ Sunkist Unifo^lyGood .-..till. 0174 81 865275 ;