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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 8, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta TUFSr>AY, FT'T^i'TTAnY 8, 1916 THE LETRnnTTDG fc irf Ml. r tjERALD PAGE SEVEN If I^Mothing But Leaves NotTca $6avc3 intermixed v/ith Dust, Dirt and Stems but all Virgin Leaves. has the re|)utatioin; di being jthe cleanest:, and most peirfect tea ^old. �  E147 liLACK, GREEN OR MIXED. SEALED PACKETS ONLY. WEDNES Mr. and Mrs. K. D. Johnson, arc in Kilinoulon, (guests at tho Aiacdonalri. Thi^re will be. a fiance at manns hall tomorrow ni�ht. Burg-, Sonio people nre constantly annoyed from ono jciir's end to the otlinr with a iiorBiHtentiJi-onehial coukIi, which is wholly unnecesHttry. Jlere is a home-mndc remedy that (jets vipht at tho caiiac. and will make you wonder what hociime of it. Get 2% buncos Pincx (.>(! cfiits worth) I from any driijigist, pour inio a lO-ounce fori) .Swcctlove and Company Q.' bottle aiid flU the bottle with phiin Krnnu- 1 aticibon, 01 uiu ^v.i ^^^^^ (Tradually but smt'ly you will notice the phlejrm thin out ond then disappear altoKcthcn thus endinR a I coush � that you ndrer thought would Mr Oeo Sticey and Miss Avis re- end. ft also loosens the dry, .hoarse M.S. .\V..ll. ties, were weoit-cnd visitotH in Mcdi- SHJH'. cine Mat. Wc wish to announce iJi.'it wo liavo now ac-(]nlrod the Eisli and Meat business of Smitli & McKay, late oi" the I'liblic ]\larket, and we will bo prepar(!d to supply our growing patronage with all kinds of fresh fish, Keg-nlar shipments direct from the coast. The qnality of our Beef, Mutton, Veal and Pork will always he the best iivailable. Independent R^eat Market turned vcslcrday from a to Ualniuy and'Winnipeg. The Wcslov Vounj; Ladies' KnittinR club will meet at the home of ftiiss Stover. U3U Oth slreet south tonight at K o'clock. short trip or tijjht cotiKh and h(iil.i"'the in-llamiimtlon in a painf\il coukIi with remarkable rapidity. Ordinary roucha are eonquercd by it in 21 lioura or less. Nothing better for bronuliitia, winter Lieut. .Vndrew Xaisn.ith spent the week-end with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. 1'. L. Naismith, at the Palliscr, Cal.a,iiry. The ladies of the O. f. A. to the li. ol L. 10. will meet at the home of coufrha and bronehinl asthina. I'inex and SuRar S.vrup mixture niaKOB ifi ounces-enoUKh to last a family a lonpf time-at a cofit of only .'i'l cuts. ; Keeps perfectly and tastes idcas/int. iiaei- I ly prepared. VnW directions with f'inax. Pines is a special and hitrhly concentrated compound of geniiiiii' Norway pine  extract, rich in Ruaiacol, and is fiimous tho world over for its ease, certainty and oromptness in overcoming bad couRha, chcRt and throat colds. Oct the cennine. Ask your druTOist for for THRIFTY SHOPPERS Special Inducements to Buy Boots and Shoes Wednesday Mrs. Tom McLean, 1?.08 nth a.cnuo "2\A ounces I'inex," ami do not accent I A, south, Wednesday afternoon at 2 o'clock for Ued Cross sewing. Mr. and Mrs. D. J. Whitney and Jlr. Whitney have arri'Cd at Los Aniv'ies, California, where they will s,.end the remainder ot the winter. *  * Jlrs. IL A. McKillop was presented by the school teachirs yesterday wUh nnvlhing else. A jnmrfintro nf abFoluto satisfaction, or money prnmptlv refunded, Boes with thi.s preparation, Tho Pincx �p., Toronto, Ont. I ODD LINES IN GIRLS' STRAP SLIPPERS AND OXFORDS In black and tan, neat styles. Slzo.s S^to 13. Special price per J ij LADIES' BOOTS in black and tan box calf, very useful styles. Sizes 3 to 6. Itee. %2.n0, special per pair............ MEN'S DARK BLUE AND GREY WOOL SHIRTS JIado from a fine quality wool material. Si/.a in these shirts are largo. Valuo for.......................... BOYS' NAVY BLUE KHAKI JERSEYS wool, well made. Sizes to 32. Value $2.01) for ............... -Pure 51.29 PUTTEES- All wool ' loiifeth, for per pair ................ Monarch full Knitted, $1.75 HAIR OFTEN RUINED bY WAShiiMG WilH soap Soap should be used very carefully LINGARD BROS. 405 5tli St. South Phone 035 a' beautiful boquct of (lowers on the want to keep your hair looking occasion of her birthday. Mrs. Mc-iits best. Most soaps and prepared Ivillop h;:s been acti>e in connection sharapoos  on aln to muc alkali, fhls with the work bcins don. in the Ued the scalp, makes the hair brit- LADIES' VESTS AND DRAWERS in Watson's Brand in all wool and silk and wool. These arc odd linos that must bo cleared. Value $L75 and ?:!, for per garment $1.59 CHILDREN'S VEST AND DRAWERS-In son's brand in finest of wool iiuality. Regular S5c to $1.10, for per garment Wat- 63c Wallpapers We baA'-e a very big range of the newest and most np-to-dato styles in Wall paper, all moderately priced. We invite you to look them over. bcini; CrohS rooms every Monday evening. The T. H. C. staff have issued invitations to an informal danc. to be held in li..r. cr s hall on., the nth.. The committee is composed of Messrs. Wm. Uel.eiset/'.ig, J, G. t a ell, A. G. Cumminj; and G. Fairhairn. * . ��� * Miss Irma Dosse entertained ten ot 39:h Battery May I Leave Shortly "Thouph notliinc oflicial is given out, the Herald has it on Rood aiiWiority that the .Sfllh battery, now in train-ihK at the fair K^ounds, is likely to Ipave the city at any minute. The boys of the local battery have nothing definite as to when they will leaiC, hut are ready to go on a moment's notice. It is" settled that they will be one of tho four batteiies ot .the intb Brigade, the oUier three to bj3 the 37th, 38th and "I'lth now training at Winnipeg, the whole ijrigadc to b? under command.'of Lieut;-Gof,, J. h': 0. Ducharme. .^Provided the 3!?th l.aves within a vvceif, it is expected the Kilties will go into tlic vacated barracks insiite ten rlays or two weeks. THE B. C. GOVERNMENT WINS ' BIG LAW SUIT FOR TAXES vVancouver, Fob. 7.-The provincial gqvornnient has received a cable stating that it has been successful In aii appeal directed against the estate 0^ the late F. August Helnzo for taixos on six hundred thousand acres of. land, half of tho Columbia and western land grant In West Kootenaj. More than twenty years ago Heinze whs given these governmont lands In consideration of building a railway, which was later sold to tho Canadian Pacific railway. So long as the lands Toniained undivldod they could not bo taxed, but a few years ago the 0. P. Ii,,succeeded in forcing n division of the property. Now atter carrying the matter through, many courts the provincial government has succeeded in forcing Its view on taxation, and tho lands will have to pay heavy charges now owing or bo sold out by the gbvornmeut ? : > ? ? : ? ? : : ? ? : ? ? ? CHANGES IN STREET, CAR SCHEDULES' tie, and ruins it. "The t>eBt thing for steady use is just ordlritiry mulsificd cocoanut oil, (which Is'pure atid greascless), and is better than tire most cKponsive soap or anything elBo you can use. One or two  teasi)ooiitul3 will cleanse the hair, alitl scalp thoroughly. Simply mbisteu tho hair with water and rub It 'in. It makes an abundanc3 of rldli creamy lather, which rinses out; easily removing her school-mates at a jolly sleighing every particle of dust, dirt, dandruff party on Saturday afternoon. Alter and excessive oil. Tlie hair dries around town for two hours n.uickl} and evenly, and it leaves the tho party was continued at the home scalp soft and the hair fine and silky of the hostess' parents, where deli- bright, lustrous, fliitfy and easy to Commissioner Freeman announced that the white line car will hereafter be hold till IL'.O.^ at noon and the orange line car till fl.03 In the evening at the Coaldale Jiotel corner instead of at 12 and six o'clock as now. This will give employees of the different business houses an opportunity to catch those cars. .;. .> .> .;. .: .: .;. : ^ .> Farmer in 1^17 Has His House Burned cious refreshments were .served. F. C. Jennings, formerly of the' Lethhridi-c schools staff, is now oll'.c-er commanding the machine gun section of the 53rd infantry battalion ot Guelph, and expects to leave shortly for the front. This news was convey d in a letter rtcei.ed by ftlr. J. . B." Wilwie. I � 1 * I The annual meeting of the Junior �� W. A., of St. Cyprian's church, was held on Saturday last, the former ol-i fleers being re-elected. The president, I Mrs. Franii Samson ; sscretary-trea-surer, Miss Hagel ; mission study. Miss Shirley. It was decided to have a sale of work and serve tea and cake at the parish room at easter-tide, when they will be pleated to Onc-Seventeon, Feb. 7*.-The house of Joe Valits.o was burned to the ground last Tuesday. All his furniture and clothing was destroyed, also an oat bin nearby, with about 350 busluds. iMr. Valits'no was not at home at the time of the fire. James Turnbuli ind Ilubort Smith iiuule :.i liusiness trip ; to Lethhridg.; last Monday. -Mrs. W. Lcnderman has been called by Uie death of her father W. Jost, to lOmmons, Minnesota. L. Brata made a business trip to Coutts. manage. }� You can.get mUlsIfied cocoanut oil at any pharmacy, it's very cheap and a few ounces will supply every member of tho. family for months.-Advertisement. - .' AKES GEli mm Exhibit of War Relics This Week Only Man}'- intctesting items will be found amongst this valued collection of relics gathered from tbe Battle Fields of France and Belgium. In bringing this collection to Lcthbridge tho Hudson Baj^ Company extend to all a very hearty invitation to view tliem. They are on display in Carpet Department, 2nd Floor, until Saturday next. FLOUR-Robin Hood Go's Keynote Brand, special 49 lb saclc ........ FLOUR-H. B. Go's guaranteed No. 1 fl� 4 �J-Hard wheat, special 49 lb sack... 9 ' .OO WHEATLETS (Germade) ten pound sacks, special .................... $1.75 39c GREENGAGES, very special Two tins tor ............ Jam-Strawben-y and Apple, just arrived, 4 lb pall ............., 25c 45c HUDSOlSrSBAY GO. i3 New York, Feb. .7.-It is reported _____, , . in shipping circles here that the Brit- welc'ome the members' mothers, also ish cruiser Drake has captured the SEVENTEEN OTTAWA BI-LINGUAL SCHOOLS CLOSED Ottawa, Feb. 7.-Seventeen Ottawa bl-lingual schools we're closed at one o'clock this afternoon, leaving 4000 children in the streets, when 122 Fi'ench teachers went on strike because they have not been paid their salaries since .September 1914. the members of the Senior W. A. * � * MACDOXALD-MITCHELL A marriage of more than usual interest took place at St. Augustine's church, Granum, on Wednesday, when L. L. MacDonald, leiding merchant and mavor of Blac;Ue, and Bessie Mitchell, one of Penticton's most popular young ladies, were married by Rev, Fr. iUanchet, who also ce e'lrat-d:I the nuptial mass. The wedding march was beautifully rendered by Mrs. R. MacDougall, IMr. J. W. Coch lin acted as best man, while Miss Lillian Donahue most gracefully ^attended the bride. ImmediatJv after the ceremony the bridal pcrty repaired to the home of Mr. R. Mac-1 Dougall,thc groom's cousin, where a most sumptuous r past was served. Amid showers of confetti the happy couple boarded t'-e evening train tor Calgary and points west, where a brief honeymoon will be spent, after which, they will take up their residence in the groom's beautiful new home in Blackie. Among the out ot town guests rrcsent wore, Miss M. "MADE IM CANA'^" 19 nnn Thwsday ^ MONSTER SHAM BATTLE ON HISTORIC STONEY CREEK BATTLE-FIELD. REVIEW OF 10,000 TROOPS BY THE DUKE OF CON-NAUQHT AT TORONTO_. AVIATION SCHOOL AT LONG BRANCH. ' GEN. SIR SAM HUGHES REVIEWING THiE TROOPS. HARRY LAUD'ER ARRIVING AT HAMILTON. THffSE PICTURES ARE SHOWN THROUGHOUT CANADA-ISSUED MONTHLY. G rman cruiser Rpon, after a running fight of two hours, and has taken the prize into Hamilton, Bermuda. The Roou is the warship which isl tclie ed to have been foremost in tho recent raids on British shipping in which eight vessels were sunk or captured. She is said to have been nearby and directed movements of the ship which made a prize of the Ap-pam off the Madeira islands. [Bulgarians' Cruel Massacre of Serbs London, Feb. 7.-The Salouiki correspondent of the Morning Post cables a story of massacre by the Bulgarians of 300 Serbian prisoners who were captured at Prilep, which was related by n Bulgarian deserter. "Tho guards," the corrts.^ondcnt quotes tho deserter,, "had loaded rifles and stood round tho Serbians in Be Rid Of Piles A Free Trial of Pyramid Pile Treatment Will Amaze You With Its Besulti. "Ti>ke My Advice-Gel Pynmid PUo Treetment" . la only fair to yonrsolf to TRY Pyramid Pile Treatment-the most popu; VT. HAS LDINGS FOII2im ALBERTA REDB WATCH-WAIT ANNIE ABBOTT THE SUPREME MYSTERY. It lar home pUo treatment In tho world today and ono that has stood tba test " Matl"'tUe coupon NOW or plao get a BOo box of Pyramid PUe Xreatmant trom any tlrugglst.Talto no substitute, a ring with levelled bayonets, while So^ll^drmSe ; Mr^J. n^M^ ^T'^'i:, ^'^T^ Dougall, Penticton, and Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Choquette, Lethbridgc.-Clares-holm Review. CliiSES YOyR HIliR T BEAUJIFUL THICK, GLOSSY, WftVY TRY THIS! ALL DANDRUFF DISAPPEARS AND HAIR STOPS COMING OUT braced each other or sank in apcthy to the ground. A cavalry captain rode up to the throng. " 'Each man will bind the eyes ot his neighbor,' he shouted. "'I'liey did so. It took a long time, and was a pit'ahle sight. Some young boys were crying ; many men slioutcd de'lance at the guards, who looked cxp ctantly on, and, at the ca\alry, FREE SARSPLE COUPON PYRAMID DBITO COMPANY. 186 Pyramid Bids., Marataall. Mlob Kindly send me n Frob samplo of Pyramid Pile Treatment, In plain wrapper Namo........................�...... Street nitv... .St�te. PEEL CONSERVATIVES AGAIN NOMINATE J.^ R. FALLlS Brampton, Ont., FeliV O.-J. R. �dlos7"swwds'woro^dfawnFallis, who recently resigned trom his guards to tho particular olTice he moving quickly Washington, Feb. 7.-The house today authorized immediate use of $700,-000 to equip Mare Island navy yiiM .,, , , , begin building a dreadnought or Edmonton Alta.. Feb. 7.-0ne of battle cruiser, the first to be c6n-the biggest "war risk msurance pol^! Btructed on the Pacific coast in a icies yet placed in w-estern Canada government yard, and authorized the w;as taken out by the Alberta Drovin- expenditure of nOO.OOO to:enlarge 'tSr cial government on Saturday, direct ejuyeg at NeW York yard.i with Lloyd's, London-, England, and' insures tho provincial parliament 1 buildings f-or the sum of $2,000,000 j against war risks ot any kind. The ' policy was placed through the local agents ot Lloyds, McGeorge and Chau-vin. The policy is, ot course, ot a very elastic character so far as war risks are concerned. It covtrs damages arising from bomb outrage or things ot that kind, apd even trom (ire resulting trom gasoline used by alien enemies. In addition to this policy,- the government is taking special precautions with regard to the admittance ot visitors. Beginning today, all doors have been closed to the public except, the I main entrance. A nuriiher of additional guards have been placed on duty, and each visitor, upon stating .his business, is escorted by ono ot tho "'Now knee down'- came the or ""^''�"' "i"^''^'"'? his.Wtlons In con- ho is not known, the guard remains, " .now kuoei down, came the or- ^^^^^-^^^ ^yitj^ ^,,3 puro.iuae ot horses with him until he has concluded his v then rose tor the governmont, was unanimously business, when ho is again escorted ng with yells re-nominated yesterday by the Peel to the outside ot the bmlding Those Vthe unarm- County'Conservative assoolation amid rigorous measures, it is hoped,, miU der. "Tho Bulgarian cavalry among the kneeling ______ ot delight and slashed at the unarm ed victims. "The Serbians tried to seize tho dripping sabro blades with their hands, but their arms, slashed ofi at the shoulder, would fall from tho bodies. "The massacre went on tor half an hour Suroly try a " Danderino Hair Cloanse" If you wish to Immediately double tho beauty ot your hair. Just moisten a cloth with Danderlne, and draw it carefully through your hair, taking ono small stranid at a time; this will cleanse the hair ot dust, dirt, or any excessivo oil-in a few minutes you win bo amazed. Your hair will bo wavy, fluffy and abundant, and possess an incomparaible softness, lustre and luxuriance. Besides beautifying tho hair, one application of Danderlne dissolves �-  V" ---------- ----- every particle of dandruff; invigor-1 engine hauling Big l-'our passon-atos the scalp, stopping Itching, and '^^^ No. 43 on the Vlncennoa falling hair. . � I'raHch went throuEh a bridge on the Danderlne Is to tho hair what fresh j Ind'ana side of the '^'abash river, shoivors ot rain nnd Bunsbino are toi^outh of hero. The dend are Frank vogclatlon. It uooa rli^ht to tho roots : ^''^"enster, CO years old, Jfount Car- County - vwiiot'i. y u u*� u Miamjvjii* v�w�* -� great enthusiasm. 1 ^^^f^^ a" 'i'^nse': Eleven names wore placed in nomi-j' '__ nation, and fi\o withdrew. On thoj first ballot Mr. Fallis received 84 out, PENSIONS FOR POOR tof tho vanishing ot 133 votes, Tho convmtion then decided to make it unanimous, Tho nomination ot Mr. Fallis may WIDOWS IN MANITOBA Winnipeg, Feb. 7.--A bill Is being then the hacked and ^youndod resu t n a hy^o cctioii, as the Lib- '^�"fted In the attoriiey-general's' de: Ton to go C by ac'clamVtCr bu\,'IfyslenL^l,T�J!;�;l.P,^".l'f"t.,.i�: ENGINE SANK OUT OF SIGHT IN THE WATER Vlnoeunes, lnd, Fob, 7.--Two on-Iglhefnen ;Were drowned todav when Invlrorai.cs and .strei'ij-UvjUH Ihsni.; lis e>.hi':nratlng, sUniulatlns and llto-pro-duclng propM'th'3 causo tho hair to grow long, Btrong; ,�nd, boautliul. You can surely have pretty, soft, I luiitroiiB hair and lota of It, it you will ' Just got a aS-cont bottle of Knowiton's Danderino from any drug store or tpll-et counter and try It as dlrootod.-Ad- irel, ni.; Ollvnr Hn'/eUon, 40 years old, firiiran. Mount Carmpl, 111. Owing to high water tho train ran Blowly. Tiro bridge' gaye w?,y ns soon as the en.nlno gofori It, but tho coup-Vne 'iroke saving the remainder ot the \/tAu- Tho engine sank completely out ot sight In the water, which was within (son would contest his election. iliiSiil MADE IN 4f cording to present plans the Icsisla-ture will be asked to sot apart ?15,000 tor tho present year, to be supplemented iby a similar sum raised by private si-bscrlptlon. Dosorving and indigent widows with families will bo granted a pension of $?J> per month, the fund to bo admiulsterod' by an .unpaid commission with the idea of en.sbil'i:! fndlv.ont widows to keep thoir homes toeelhor. NO LIVES 1,PST, London, Feb. 7.-Fire broke out. to. day aboard the British bonrdlns steamer Peoi Castle, In the Straits ot Dover, It was ofllclally announced this al'tornoon. T.uga from Dover and other craft asslBted in fighting tho n|i�eap-Aft\i\ei'fij,v;�iijWfi^ 1U6>� -,i ./Mr. I. McEwen.of Dunidas, Ont., writes:-" For fifteen years I suffered with Files and could get no permanent cure until I tried Zam-Buk. Perseverance with this herbal bairn .resulted in a complete cure, and I have not been troubled with the painful ailment since." Mr. Henry,Fougere of PquIb-mond, N.S., says;-"I su.%j-ed terribly with Piles and could find nothing to give me relief until I tried K' Z.nin-Buk. This cured, me, _ I con- 1^ sider <{iim-Bulc the finest ointment on the market." The above are specimens of the many letters we are constantly receiving from men and women who have ended their sulfering by using Zam-Buk. Why not do likewise ? Zam-Buk is best for eczema, blood poisonin.q:, ulcers,_sores, cuts, brui.'-es, and all skin injuries and disea-sesi SOc. box, all diuggists aiid stores, or post free from .!�.am". Huk Co., Toronto, Send this ad� voriisuMient with name of piiner and one cent sump for free trial,u< IfllMgBlllC WRITE FOR FREE SAM 89258964 ;