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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 9, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta SHE LKlHBHIDUb: UA11.T por Run-Ppwn People Vinol Creates Strength Weak, run-down, nervous men and women need Vinol because It contains the most famous reconstructive tonics in an agreeable and easily^ digested form:-Beef and Cod Liver Peptones, ; Iron and'Manganese Peptoriates, Gly-eeropKosphates, etc any city can bowow' miW�jr^;^lf It plMB�8, subject to obmMf'reinitfili^ luentii belns mot, which �M in plain teraiiB tin the statute, and attend that money either for hoppitajl.free or paying, according to the dtfaires or dccl-slqna either of the coimclll6r8 or of the Ixurgesses. .We have: decided to let each city make its application to the legislature and get consideration of its requests on Its - own ; merits. Therefore the cities have to remain out of tho present holapltal scheme and, as I have said hefore, there does not seem any liecessity tot taking them Into account at tlie present time, at any tate." Credit Where It It. Due Mr. Oariepy gave credit to tlie leaders of the Rural Municipalities for Inaugurating the praiseworthy scheme. CALOMEL, ULLS RW LWEB AND BOIIHI Fall Formula on Every Bottle b always sold with a definite guarantee to return tlie purcliaser's ihoneyjf it^falls to give saUsfaction. Very few bottles are returned. S. D. HIGINBOTHAM � CO., DRUGGISTS. LETHBRIDGE, ALTA. . Also the best druggist in all Alberta towns.__ I HOSPITALS (CoNTrytFCT gPQM Front Page) FRIDAY, f EB|t, V/asting OiseaMs Infantile Weaknett Kidney Trouble Palpitation Neurasthenia Dyspepsia. Vital Exiiauslion Bpeciallj valuable  for nursine mothers and during the ) Dritfeal PL'riods of life. Sold by Druggists and Storekeepers throughout Canada. Prioes: One tube, SO cents; six tubes for the price of five, 'War tax, 2 cents per tube extra. MM Preprittsnti.ilr. ipatMll's Co., Lid., Manehester, Eng. tral soli will make better time than the regular train service, which no longer attaches importance to speed as in peace times. Arrangements for the departure of Mr. Gerard and his suite were practically completed today. The delay was caused by the number of passports to be mado out for the United States ambassadorial party, and because of the lack of news regarding e movements of Count Von Bern-storff. The special train will leave Berlin Saturday evening, at 8.30 for Switzerland by way of Basel and Berne. The party will then travel to Spain, where Mr. Gerard will embark on the first available steamer for the United States. The former and Mrs. Gerard will be accompanied by nearly all the embassy secretaries apd attaches and members of the consular service In Germany, except a few jprdered to Scandinavia or Holland, and by most of the United States newspaper correspondents. The train will carry In all. some 200 persons from the Ger-ma� capital., Two representatives of the foreign office wjll accompany the trkin to the border, which Is expected to be reached early Sunday afternoon. THE BULLDOGS ARE COMING.' Hottentot, .closingjwith- the result of educjftlon on the "Nigger." The audience was a splendid one; every point being appreciated .and many hearty laughs following a droll experience or, a snake story. At the close the choir rendered "Old Black Joe," after which refreshments we'rt! served. Mr. Behrens fayored the Company with another violin solo, and an Impromptu chorus, ;WMj sung by "the jpholr Votes of .tffiw^ft?>'wefe tendered 'Mir. Howell, who-had driven-in, with his wife from his ranch at Haley, when the weather, was forty-six ,be-Ibw zero. In ordei'.not to miss the practice which was In his charge; to Jtr. Behrens for his beautiful violin solos; and to Mr. Stevlnson for his illuminating ad^ressi;'Much Of the success of the iBy'ehlrig was due to Mr. Howell, Miss Pickup and Miss Sykes,' and to the refreshment com^ mlttee, Mrs. Mcintosh and- Mrs. Wakeley. A good .^um was realized for the general church fund. The Presbyterian;.lidles' Aid met Wednesday afterhoo'a'at the home of Mrs. (Dr.) Lynn, the Red Cross sewing being resumed. It was decided to meet again at "Mrs; t/ynn's In two weeks' time in order to finish some urgent work. The ladles are asked to come as early as 2;30 o'clock. The next regular meeting will be held at the home of Mrs. V. Christie. Mrs. Gagnebin has been confined to the house with pleurisy, Mrs. Garner has returned to her home at Aetna and is receiving con gratulations over the arrival of a fine baby boy. '-i Mr. Mcintosh returned Friday night from Calgary, where he was attending the creamery convention. GAZETTED QUARTERMASTER London, Feb. 8.-Col. A. D, McRae has been gazetted qttartprmaster-gen-eral on the Canadian staff in Great Britain and promoted to be temporary brigadier-general. or* Sunklst Onuitaa are ripentnf for you every day In Coll-fomia. Eat Uwao uniformly good oranges freely for their flavor suid hMltb-fulnMs. Ordortoday. 9 UnifonnlirGoocI SOME cigarcttei ta s tc fin c w h ? n they're just lightedrrbut by the time they're ,smoked half-way Arough< they begiii to lose their goodness. They go flat ^  ! ' . ' NOT SOWrrHMURADS One of the very greatest things about a MURAD is that its "LIFE''and FRESHNESS last down to the very end. As one enthusiastic MURAD smoker said: " A MURAD is perfection when you light it, and it gets betfer as you woke it.'' t Every MURAD smoker knows how true this is. i., Sold in. packagles of ten, and in boxes of 50 and 100 TRAVERS .(From Our Own Correspondent) Travers, Feb. 2-Miss Grace Hnmm opened a five month?' term of school in gweet' Valley district. Not many scholars are in attendance owing to the cold weather setting in this week.. Harry Lynk and son returned on Tuesday's train from Miiinesoia where they have been visiting since Christmas. Mr. and Mrs. Lewiu also returned on the same train but didn't find travelling much of a pleasure as the weather was cold and they were d'^layed at Mi not owing to a wreck which put them late to meet their, train at Medicine Halt. From there they wired and held the train at Quffleld one hour and forty minutes so as to get out to Travers that day. The McDon^jld and Curtis show or .comedy was not staged on Tuesday evening as billed on account of the cold and snow. A great many are looking lorword to the agricultural short course coming here next weelb It to to bo liopad \ . . � . /� � � It wlir be well patronized as this Is a rare treat for the.prairie towns. Mrs. Albert GifaUam Is visiting her sister, Mrs. Guy .McCann for a few days. ' ' NATIONAL GOVERNMENT London, Feb. 81--The Times' Melbourne correspondent wires that the Liberal caucus Is retaining Hon. J. Cook as Liberal leader, having In view a national government, jf END THIS VEABil Jit London, Feb. 8.-Addressln'Kj^a meeting in London last night,'Jqdti; Hodge, minister of labor, said he ttaj^uKlit he was giving away no secret .iti'lsliylnK that atvthe recent conferenc�'|li