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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 9, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta NdNESDAY, FEBRUARY 9, 1916 THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD PAGE FIVE A. Except in the bottle- I You cannot get real Bovril except in theBovril bottle. X^^} J Bovril is so strong that it cannot possibly bo manufactured in cheap cubes. It takes the beef of an entire ox 11 make less than two dozen bottles of Hpvril. Add Bov il to make your cookery more nourishing and to save butchers' bills. But it must be Bovril. AMD'SIONGUE SHOWS IF LIB OR BOWELS ABE ACIIVE IF CROSS, FEVERISH, SICK, BIL-I0U8, GIVE FRUIT LAXATIVE AT ONCE. 0 S HONOR Macleod, Fob. 8.-Duncan J. M. Campbell, oldest son of Major D. J. Campbell of .Muclood, has been pro-moled from private to the rank of Every mother realizes, after giving lieutenant for distinguished service hor ch dren 'Caitornla Syrup^ of ,^1,110 at the front. Lieut. Campbell Figs,'' that this Is thefr Ideal laxative,',,,,^je,l j^e 31st battalion at because thoy love its pleasant taste i f.,,,__, ,, . nrivntP nnrl and it thoroughly cleanses the tender �"'^'"^^ ^^^"^ * ^'^^"^^^ little stomach, liver and Ijowels without griping. thP toneiiP Mothort Tf cmtnd pIvp "'^ promotion comes as a greater I Uspoonfuf of this hir'n^'^ss-fTUll.^r"!"," l""r^'"hi^' T laxative," and in a few hours all the �f . C^^-PP^^" ^^^^^ foul, constipated waste, sour bile and PiJ^JA "'^ Pt?!" �L^TCJr,, n .,i,,,t�j ,,,,,, ,,t ,(. ,;,, ILethbrldge, and his many friends will FERNIE Mi DIES UNDER STRANGE HEtP FOR -------- ,------, . ^ ilUilVy, IlL- lUIl, LUC IIUlll til has been In the trenches since Sep-, ^ ^^^^ ,^^5, tember last. Ho was offered a commission in Canada, which he refused, Fcrnic, Vcb. 8.-(Special to the Herald).-Coroner H. A. Wllkcs has returned fron> KlaR.stonc, a station on the (heat. Northern railway, near Newgate, where he was summoned to hold an in(;uc3l upon the body of Alexander HaliK, a youni; llussian about twcnty-llirce yeais old, who had suddenly died under peculiar cir-cuinstjiiCL'S. At llic inquest it was found that Halik, with thrrc companions trom' the Hoc'.i Creek Lumber camp, had.; been drinkini!; ruthc.r copiously, and when they scU out together to return to camp the party bLcanic separated, one of the three survivors remaining with lialik in an endeavor to assist hini, but the burden becoming too heavy, he leit the man and went for to a place undigested food passes out of the bowels, and you have a well, playful .^ro^rin'J'V,l^=ToZ..'f the ouly complaint he has to make is full of cold, throat sore, has stomach-; ,.,,"�'. ,, J',,, , u,,u \n be pleased to hear of his promotion. He mentions in his last letter that ache, diarrhoea. Indigestion, coll remiimber, a good "inside cleansing" should always be the first treatment given. Millions of mothers Iteep "Callfor Upon relurninK to the spot wliero the man had been left lying; in. the snow it was found that he was dead. The inquest developed the tact that the man's neck had been bro.vcn by his fall. A verdict in accordance with the above facts was returned by the jury. The temperature has climbed to 30 above zero and weather has been moderate for two days here. The railways are open but sidings and yards are full of snow r iidering the movement of freight trains very dimcult. 1 At Crows Nest the turn-table and that he has now a permanent kink in his neck, from dodging bullets. Rev. Mr. Gray of Yellow Grass, Sask., will be the now clergyman in oo....... cliarge of Christ church, Macleod, In nla Syrup of Figs" handy; Uiey know.tlie place of Rev. D. Watklns Jones, ";,;j'"';� '7"" "'-,...... a teaapoontul today saves a slcklwho will be leaving for the old coun- "ouse keep hlling with snow, child tomorrow. Ask your durggist I '""y at the end of this month. "^^^ "^'^ turnm" locomotives is a for a 50-cent bottle of "California � " -� "---- Syrup of Pigs," which has directions for babies, children of all ages and grown-ups printed on the bottle. Beware of counterfeits sold here, so don't be tooled. Get the genuine, Some Have to Keep on Until They Almost Drop. How Mrs. Conley Got Help. Here is B letter from a woman who had to work, but was too weak and suffered too much to continue. How aha regained health :- Frankfort, Ky.-"I suffered so much with female weakness that I could not do my own work, had to hire it dons. I heard so much about LydiaE. Pink-ham's Vegetable Compound that I tried it. I took three bottles and I found it to be all yoa claim. Now I feel as well as ever Ldid and am able to do all my own work again. I recommend it to any woman suffering from female weakness. You may publish my letter if you wish. "-Mrs. James c0nley,B16 St Clair St.,Frankfort,Ky. No woman sufTering from any form of female troubles should lose hope until she has given Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound a fair trial. This famous remedy, the medicinal ingredients of which are derived from native roots and herbs, has for forty years proved to be a most valuable tonic and invigorator of the female organism. All women are iiiTited to WTite to tlic Lydia E. Pinklmm Medicine Co., IJynn, Mass., for special (Ivioe,--It will be confidential. PHONE 1224 SURE WAY TO GET RID OF DANDRUFF made by "California Fig Syrup Coni: pany."-Advertisement. TRANSFORMS COMPLEXIONS WINS SOCIAL FAVORS , , ,,,,,,___dimcult task. The Great Northern re-! The case of Harry Blackwater, ^ ^^^^^ , j,^^,,^ ^^^^ ^ I3iood Indian, who was charged with ^^^^^.^ ^^^^ jf .j. . raising the llgures on his sHps Issued f^^, ^ , \^ci?.hi business is badly I, J^^^ ""^ ^"'�^ ^"^l ^^^^ by the Indian agent, from one sack of . u,d As il is about, mnn tnnc: '^"^ to remove dandruff completely chicken feed to one load of wheat, fZ"rV4ing sent on erthit line ?o^^ ^^^^ ^ This des- wlll be tried before His Honor Judge railwiv use troys It entirely. To do this, just McNeil In the district court of Ma-1 '' ' ' � : get about four ounces of plain, or cleod on the 21at inst. Blackwater will be defended by Mr. J. Hicks, lawyer of Macleod. The case will prove a very interesting one, as no similar case can be found or reported upon by the authorities. "Had I been unable to transform my complexion so quickly, so completely, by an unique px-ocess 1 had just learned of, I never could have attended the Clmriiy Ball." A certain social favorite, a picture of loveliness at th great event, told me this: "1 had been much run down," she said. "When I beheld myself in the mirror after a night's troubled sleep I saw I was becoming heavy-eyed and l)ale. I could not take, and attend the ball, the long rest my physician advised. A friend suggested I get an ounce of mercollzed wax at the druggist's and use it as 1 would cold cream. I did-the result is apparent. In a week I had a new complexion. The wax took off the old skin so gradually, there was no discomfort Now you see the fresh, bright under-skln, with its youthful glow and expression,' "The worry lines and wrinkles, which had become quite numerous, I removed very easily by simply bathing my face every morning in a harmless lotion made by dissolving an ounce of powdered saxo-lite in a half pint of witch hazel. You see the result-my skin as smooth and firm as a school Rirl's-Alleen in Town Talk. -Advertisement._ W, R, STUART, WELL KNOWN OLD-TIMER, HAS PASSED AWAY Calgary, Feb. 7.-W, R. Stuart, head of the Stuart Lumber company, and a resident of Calgary for the past 2.'? years, died this morning from an attack of pleurisy. "Billy" Stuart was bom in Lachute, Quebec, 42 years ago and came west while a young man. Ho was engaged in the lumber business with local companies for �ome time, but about twelve years ago started ,up the firm of Stuart & Co., which he has been Identified with ever since. Deceased Leihbridge Lady Talented Musician More Donations Previously acknowledged ...$641 Red Cross' Drug Co......... 10 Geo. Wilson ............... 5 Jos. Morgan ............... 5 The fund for the relief of Kilties' families continues to grow, having passed the |650 mark today. It is expected that It will be two weeks before the Kilties go into barracks, when there will be no further need of funds for this purpose, so that about 9600 more will meet the needs during that time. This is a good A beautiful service was held at the cause and worthy of the suport of residence yesterday o\er the remains ,ver>-one. of the late Mrs. Lincoln H. Jellilt, _:_ Rev. G. II. CobUledlck offlciatinR. A CHURCH SCHOOL BURNS larKC number of triends and former North Battleford, Sask,, Feb. 8.- pupils of the deceased were present. The roof and interior of the North DurinK the service two solos were Battleford Catholic school were corn-rendered by Mr. H. J, H, Skelth. The, pietely burned up this morning In a dlnary liquid arvon; apply it at night when retiring; use enough to moist en the scalp and rub it in gently with the finger tips. By morning, most If not all, of your dandruff will be gone, and three or four more applications will completely dissolve and entirely destroy every single sign and trace of It, no matter how much dandruff you may have. You will find, too, that all Itching and digging of the Bc;ilp will stop instantly, and your hair will be fluffy lustrous, glossy, silky and soft, and look and feel a hundred times better. You can get liQuid arvon at any drug store. It Is inexpensive, and four ounces is all you will need. This simple remedy has never been known to fall,-Advertisement. floral tributes- were profuse and beautiful, and included sprays from Mr, Are which got well started before being noticed at 7,80, Tlie cause of the Banish Pimples! AN IMPORTANT LETTER FROM NIAGARA FALLS. Niagara Falls, Ont,-"I was miserable, tired out and dragging around. My legs could scarcely support me. My husband had road about_ 'Favorite Prescription' and he got mo to use it. 1 used four bottlea and the results were surprising, I got stronger, was less nervous, my appetite improved and I Sfei felt like a new per-son. It is the best medicine for women I have ever heard of," -Mns. A, C, Brown, 39 Clifton Ave., Niagara Falls, Outi There is nothing that will bring comfort and renew hope � to the invalid so surely as good news. When the vital forces are at a low ebb and everything seems useless, a ray of joy and assurance will stimulate the weary body to new effort and energy. A letter from a loved one has turned the tide in many a �icge of sickness;, Doctor Pierpe, of "^he Invalids' Hotel, Buffalo, N. Y',, has good, nowc for every Buffering woman. Write him to-day and toll him your .troubles, and he will send you just the right .^vioe to restore you to health and bring Imck the roses to your cheeks, and. without charge. His ''Favorite Prescription" hivs been the rescue of thousands of suffering .women. Many grateful pai^ients have tolcon I>r. Pierce's advice. and Mrs, W, A, Buchanan, Mr, and Are u unknown, but it Is believed to Mrs, 0. T. Lathrop, Mr, and Mrs, J, have started In the basement. The D, Higinbotham, Miss Kath'een Ball, building was erected in 1912 at a Mr, and Mrs, Frache, Mr, G, R, Tin-cost of ?30,000, ning, Mr. and Mrs, Fairfield and girls,, Mr. and Mrs, H, J. H. Skelth, Mr. and Mrs, H, G, Long, Miss Huth ffal-braith, Mr, and Mrs, H, J, Flock, Mrs. Marriott and Mrs, Adams, Viola and Emma Green, Helen and Kathleen Colpman,. Mrs, B, Saunders, a wreath from six pupils, Dorothy and Avis Stacy, Virginia and Dorothy Daniels and Dorothy and Marguerite Stafford, a wreath from Mr. F, O, Hyde, and a cross from Dr. and Mrs. A. G. Robertson and the boys. The late Mrs. JellifE will be missed grtatly in Lethbridge musical circles. She was recognized as one of the most finished pianists in Alberta, her musical career having been long and successful, Dcceas.d was born at Gustavus, Ohio, and early took up music, entering Oberlin College, 0., as a pupil at the age of 16, After taking part of the musical course she left to teach other places in dhio, later returning to Oherlih where she graduated in 1887, She then went to Knox college, where she was director of music for two years, and in 1889 went to Gcrmanj' to study further. On her return she taught in ObcrUn until her marriage, in 1804, A few years ago, Oberiln college issued to her a special degj'ee of Bachelor of Music in recognition of her high abilities in her profession. She is survived by one sister, Miss Rose Johnston, and bv her husband, Mr, L, H. Jelliffof Raley. Railroads Make Progress in North Edmonton, Alta,, Feb. 7.--A series of interesting announcements were made today in connection with the Dunvegnn and Fort McMurray rail-wa\'s iiow 'Under construction north of Edmonton by the J. D. McArthur company, Tliey are as follows: Three hundred and forty miles of ralhvav north of Edmonton are to be ballasted this year. ' Three passenger trains will bo run each way .per week between Edmonton and Peace River Crossing, starts ina; April 1, instead bfstwo, as at present. Three passenger trains will hp run each way per week botwoon Edmonton and -Spirit river and Grande Prairie hy August 1, The last spike in Grande Prairie branch will lie driven March 15. One and a half ujlUiou, bushels of grain will be .shipipl ixom Spirit river and Peace mpx DiroB|i|i�'g : at once. ' - ' . Pimples, Boils, and other akin eruptions arc an almost infallible indication that the blood is impure. Abbey's Effervescent Salt is the simplest and most positive Blood Purifier that can be used. When we have perfect digestion we must have pure normal blood, which supplies healthful nutrition to all the organs and tissues of the body; and is a result we must have healthy functions and the absence of disease in any form. Abbey's Effervescent Salt produces this condition by ensuring healthy digestion and the elimination of all morbid matter from the system. Sold everywhere at 25c. and 60c. J. D, Sold by Higinbotham & Co,, Limited furlong, .| -'v �'r^r ' '"Ills LEO M. COOMBS OFFERS SPECIAL INDUCEMENT To Pupils enrolling early this term, voice culturie, pianoforte; and HARMONY Coaching of Songs for Musiaal .Festival Studio; Room 1, Conservatory Building I^HONE 765 VONiOLBERGEN INDICTED AT FRISCO Johannes H Von Koolbergen, star witness in the German bomb plots which have stirred up the U, S, fed eral authorities in San Francisco dur ing the past couple of months, and who is in Jail in Lethbridge, was yesterday Indicted on a similar charge to those against Von Brlnken, C, C Crowley and other spies connected with the Gorman consulate at that point. This practically settles that Von Koolbergen will go back to San Francisco when the trial of these cases comes up. The statement made by the federal authorities at 'Frisco yesterday indicates that the plot Includes many other German spies besides those first mentioned In connection with the indictments against Von Brlnken and Crowley. Boop, the Gorman consul at Frisco, is now known to have been indicted, and along with him, Von Shack, assistant consul. This is particularly interesting in' view of the fact that the first suspicion against these latter men came from Von Kool-bereon after Von Brlnken had been indicted. The Herald is In a position to state that an affidavit, spnt by Yon Koolbergen from Lethbridge within the past two months, contained the direct charges against Bopp and Von Shack on which they were lately indicted. In consideration of this fact there seems to be Uttlo doubt that Von Koolbergen' will be taken back to the States, and It is considered likely, granted Immunity in case he tells all he knows about the plots hatched in the German consulate in Frisco. Among others Indicted with Von Koolbergen wore Henry W, B, Kauff-mann, chancellor of the German consulate; Maurice H, Hall, consul-general tor Turkey; Fred Jebsen, former owner ,of the steamer Mttzatlan; Dr, Silon Reimer, said to be a German naval officer, and "Frederick Will-lams," thought to be a fictitious name. In all 32 indictments against German plotters have been seeured. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Reld and two boys are leaving tomorrow afternoon for Victoria, B. C, * * * Pto. A, E, Bartlett ot the A.M,C, has returned to Calgary after spending a few days with his parents and children, Mr, Bartlett expects to leave shortly for England, � � . Members of the Alexander Gait chapter, I.O.D,Ei., who have time, are asked to meet at 423 8th Street South Thursday and Friday evenings of this week at 8,15 o'clock. * �  Mr, Tangye left the beginning of the week for England. During his absence Mrs, Tangye will be the guest of her sister, Mrs, J, F, Hamilton, � * M, Dodds, of the Alton Knitting in two weeks I could walk a mile, and mills, assisted by Richard Blain, M. ,In live weeks returned to my homq. P., secured an order for 3,000 blan-!and practice, taking up hard worl?^ kcts, which it was alleged were farmed out to Mr. J, Walshaw, of Bolton, Ont,, at a large profit. The Premier's Answer Sir Robert Borden made an,enquiry again. Since that time I have felti as well and strong a-s I ever did; in , ray lite, - , : "As a physician who seeks to heln all sufferers 1 consider it a duty jio- into each case cited by Mc, Murrayj m^i'^ W�bo facts public," ,^ and replied to the CM.A, on Fobru-I. Trial 10 days on Grapo-Nuts when ary IB. .Dealing with Vtho charge - of f",'' regular food does not sow to a^s. :^ lack of official cpurtosy, ir ffobert " . ^PJ^to-",, pointed to the strain .'anJ -pressure r^J^Zt^v.^lT'^llTh^Kf^^^ under which the officials; were work- Co.,^"iWtod;. hadUbeehi Ever read the above lattArfA'^nnui The charges, that business sij^pdpM^;] Ever read the nljpve lot;t�nr;A''nev: Ami 7 60?8 444 06649539 3524 ;