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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - February 13, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 111, 1915 T'lfE r, F, T II lili IMLLEHW HERAJ.n PAGE FIVE i FOR CHAPPEC-, BLOTCHY. ROUGH OR COARSE SKIM CEORQE MCKAY EHO. KlPi'HN, UNT., Jniit 17th. IRIS. I linvc been ur.iiijj "I-'mit-ri-livcs" ts n family remedy for many years. Tlicy fire the medicine I liuve ever tried. "FniiL-a-livcs1' do me the most iievsr yripeuud tbeir action i.n nkasniit. "I Uave used llieni fur and Constipation willi Hi chest results, and I lienrliJy recommend them lo Aiij-Q-.ic .similarly Til nvclcrtmc complete- ly I {jive full credit for all this. A nicer pill a man cannot tn.ke." GIIORGE iMcKAY. The demand for "Fruit-a- :s su-aclily increasing, clnelo the that tliis wonderful fruit medicine tjivrf prompt relief in all cases of Sour Stnmacli, KliciiiJi.itism. Chronic, Hw.diiclies, nrid Neuralgia, ami all find Illaddrr Troubles. n bos, 6 for trial size 25c. iiy till neslcrsor sent on rccripl or i.y Limited, Otiawn. MARY FICKFORD AT THE EMPRESS THE FORD THE UNIVERSAL CAR f.o.b. Lethbridge ACCESSORIES Miss Mary Pickfonl, Urn dainty lit- tlo filar cf I.he motion picture -world, will appear at tlie Empress Theatre nest Vv'adneeilay and Thursday in tlio ]''ainous Plnyors1 Paramount Picture, f. Little in five parts. Miss Pickford is apneariug exclusively in Famous Players' nicUires, and is doing lue most wonderful work of her Imhliint career. Sep. her at Ibo ISm- ]jrdgs ID Jier latest success. But Lydia E. Pinkham's Veg- etable Ccrhpound Restored Mrc. Bradley's Her Own Statement. Winnipeg, "Eleven years Ego I went to the Victoria Hospital, Montreal, suffering with a growth. The doctors said it was a tumor and could not be removed ns it would cause instant death. They found thatmy organs were affected, and said 1 could not live more than BIX months in the condition I waa in. 'After I came home I saw your adver- tisement lii the paper, and commenced taking Lydia E. Pinkham'a Vegetable Compound. I tool: it constantly for two years, "and stiJl take it at times, and both my husband and myself claim that it was the means of saving my life. I highly recommend it to suffering ORILLA BRADLEY, 284 Johnson Ave., Winnipeg, Manitoba, Can. Why will women take chances or drag out a sickly, Half-hearted existence, miss- Ing three-fourths of the joy of living1, when they can find health in Lydia E. Pinkhuih's Vegeta- ble Compound For thirty years it has been the stan- dard remedy for fe- male ilia, and lias re- stored the health of thouaands.of women who have been trou- bled with such ail- ments ad.displacements, inflammation, ulceralion, tumors, Irregularities, etc. If you want special advice write to Ijyrtla E; Pinhham Mcd- idine Co. (confidential) Uymi, jVIasti. IToUr letter will be opened, rrncl iiiid riiiswercel by a woniaof nnd linld in strict confidence. i slrir.s hiiE :il. MUfisrti! liirm I nun u'.ululy blni.-liy. or or il' 'iiicli ci il. iswli CIIKUS it is nmilvls- jiblc to It'vjp pllinr nil cosmetics ..II! r.O lllt v.-oi-se ihi'.n fV( v H'K n sensOJlf: to ordinary iiH'i'- 'ioilzi'-d V.T.X. which literally absorbs i sooiled couinlexinn. Aimly NIC wax, ..'..I cold cirtiftin. ntxl, mornimr, in "if. you 11 ivash Ilac, flniirlilin uanit-k'S of i'nc unsightly (.'illicit1. Mr-ni-ai fur a ivcel[ or morn Hurt you'll Invr an en nev.- .vtiito, spoil ss beautiful as a child's. One ounce 311 niercolized was, procurable nt n 'nisfist's, is all you'll need. If llio akin be ivrinkk-J or If llio akin be ivrmkkd or Ilalibj Wreckage at King's Lynn recent aerial raid of Gnrman air Micro'.-; ihi? remedy: men. This action IKLB boon excu.ifd by ".vnpeliii as dental, '.vkch hazel ami 1 ounce tho toonKb droppod lo lighten the machines. saxolHe and use as a I'ate bath. Ir ivories like a mirnclc, yet is entire- It ivories like a inimclc, yet is entire- ly CONTINUED FROM FRONT PAGE DON'T BURN AND RUIN .THE HAIR WITH HOT IRON catiuns il is still sec-saw aRair with both sides sustaining enormous losses. Further lo the soulli the AUH- iriaiiB contend that ilit-v arc continu- ing their advance into Dultowiiia. DESTROY BASES The ffict that a Uiiiish air raid in such force as was evidenced in the aerial expedition of vcsterday has liecn rarried out successfully- over lite German positions in Belgium, is taken in Lohrioii to indicate that .such aerial activity against, German sub- marine promised at the time when the Gcimiin- policy of blockade was announced, is to continued. SINK SUB-GET THOUSAND POUNDS British ship-owners oi- prizes of to any mer- chant ship which rums and Sinks a Gcunian suhmarine. Emperar William is reported nn t-he nasL Prussian frontier. Eni- peroi" Nicholas has-just martc a. visit lo Sevastopol, whsrc he inspected Russian warships. British Powerful Gun London, Ftsb. British army in France is now usine liowltz- ers, which, accbrdhiR to a report from the official with the ex peditlonary Torce, have gained ascend- ancy over Lh'e Gei-man gune. These howitzers, he states, were used in siic- ceESt'iil attacks on the German posi- tions in the Ilirick fields south or1 La aRsee Canal a week neo tonight. "Our Tieavy .Ijowiteevs topic part in this firs being directed on the railway, trintjilp." the Bays. boom of trese pieces and the detonations of thtlr shells were audible twenty miles awny above the roai- of the other ar- tillery, while to UibE.e. cibao at hand the shrieking'of .the great projectiles through the-air was moat impressive, as were the volumes: of and debris thrown up. Tlie effect of the lyddite Hhells wns truly terrific, one houSe being bodily lifted into the air, and as they burst nmone tlie 'brick stacks IIIey created great haToc among the enemy." Straight, lank hair Is becoming lo but fRiv women and there's no now Tor anyone looking homely and i tunlrcinpt on that account. Those who J have L'oresu'urn the curling iron be-j cause oC Uiu diimaKc IL dees by dry-1 and breaking the hair, he gfad to hear that plain liquid sllmerine will produ'ce a Tnr Ijetler anil more lasting effect, without any injurious result -ivlialever. IE just a small quaintly be applied, to the hair ac night with, a clean tooth brush, a lovely curlincs.i and natural wiue will UH in the morning, and there is nclhinjj streaky, sticky sr nbciit it. A feiv ounces of liquid Sailnierine, cbtainahlc at any drug store, will prove JL welcome addition lo many a flreasinff table. It is best ajiplied by dividing the, hair into strands and atoiBtculiis each o[ ihom separately t'roiii root to lip. The beautiful wavy uffect will last for a considerable time Christ our Lord. Amen." ISOME Hi STRUCK. Hill 12 New U.S. Consul at Fertile From Nogales, Mexico1, I Ferule, Feb. Thomas D. Bc--.vman, HuccL-ssor to Krahlc C. IK-iiif-ion, now stationed ai Ontario, has aitived from v.-hi-ue he has served as vicc-coLiaiil for the past UireL' jcarN, and talien over the oilicc heri.' from Pol- lock ;iiid is at linmc in his lielcl. I Mr. JiDWinaii is young in. years as j well as in tlie service, hut his staml- ing is indicated by his promotion [i-oiii :i lower in y. rank ailer 50 short a term and In such a dilfi- ciilt field as Ih': Mexican border has been [hiring HIP past two or three years. Mr. Bowman lias mut nearly all the presidents and prospective presidents oi that prcsiilent cursed country aml is conversant v.iij] the conditions anil the officials oi all I he factions that keep the Mexican political pot boiling in tli.it hot country. j From Xoff.ilfs (o Ffrnie is n. long way tr- nd. 1ml it is the hops oC the oi KeriiK.1 Uiat JMr. will find the clKingc from the lead- iaJen almosphcrc oi Mexico to the soft, fe.ilhery air of Ihc-HockiES nc-1 We have stocked a complete line of jjcst qualities of Auto- mobile AcceGfioric-r, including Diinlop, and Dominion Tires, Electric Lights, Horns, Speedometers, Tool Boxes, Lap Rugs, Clocks, Lfip Rcbta, Mir- rorc, etc. Remember, we have these on hand; there Is no de- lay in delivery. We cnrry l.hc full line or Ford accessories and specialties. endurance, power, riding qualities, driving convenience, efficiency and economy. Duy them becaune they arc Bctler, not because they arc Cheaper. nr." Lwo .Mi'Laufihliii-Uulcks for one oC vi v otht-v make in Alherln. and morn Furds lliau all' combined in eilbpr Alberhi or MIT" _. Irii In Automobile Efficiency, Value and Good Workmanship THE VIRTUE BROS. 1232 THIRD AVENUE SOUTH PHONE 633. LETHBRIDGE. ALBERTA. REPAIR DEPARTMENT Our Repair Department is in charge of thoroughly experienc- ed and competent men. WE csr; give you (unexcelled servloe on repairs. Our shop has a modern and complete equipment. Now Is the time to have your oar overhauled and put In good shape far the coming season. We are the. only li- censed dealers for Ford repair parts in Southern Alberta. S1350 F.O.B. LETHBHIDGE. CONTINUED FROM FRONT PAGE ITORONTO HOIVIE GUARD MUTINIES Toronto, OuL., Feb. ov- er the dismissal o[ E. Glllls, their aeu- ior majnr, culminated Jast night in the refusal of the members the Toronto home guard to obey an order to par- ade given by Col. -Stewart; their com- manding officer. It was said that only 32 out of 700 members of the guard finally obeyed the order. Upon being refused admission to their armory af- ter the call to parade the home guards- men became so disorderly that a com- pany nf the ruilltla was called to re- store quiet. (r ALLAN LINE THE POPULAR PIONEER LINE Wintci1 Sailiugfl ST. JOHN TO LIVERPOOL Calling at Halifax one day later. S.S. Scandinavian ......Feb. 26 S.S. Corslcan ..........Mar. 12 's.S Hcoperlan .........Mar. 19 S.9. Scandinavian ......Apr; 2 ST. JOHN TO LONDON Sicilian ...........Feb. 18 Accommodation avail- able in AH Classes We can bring out pasgengora from England) Scotland, Norway, Sweden, Denmark- fund, Finland and Russia, to any, point In Canada Information arid tickets can be secured frofn your local S.S. or.R.R: Agent, or W. R. ALLAN, Gcn'l N'WeSt Agt CONTINUED FROM FRONT PAGK The special prayer adopted by the Canadian association .ivas prepared by His Grace the Archbishop of Rupert's Lanil, and Primate of all Canada, and is as follo'ws: 'O Lord God, who rlileFt the nations of tlio earth, .we Mess Thy Holy Name that Hi on haat caused us tb live in peace for an hundred years our neighbors, anil we pray Thee to con- tinu.0 this Tliy mercy to -us. find'to bind 113 ever inpro cIcsRly Icgcther in concord and brotherly love., AVe be- seech Thee also to grunt Thy blessing lo Thy servants our Lord King George aiid the Presldcht of ths United States of America; to their Councils, and to all'-who are put In authority under them, ftndito with wladora tho Governor-General oC tins Dominion, (lie djieutenant-Govo-rnora of Ilia Provinces, and the' LegjslntDn; of the.Empire, that all tilings may bo j so ordered and settled'by their on- deavui'fl upon tho best, iind surest! foundations, that iieacp and liiippiness, j truth and Justice, rtlipion nnd piety may be established nmong us for all" Calgiiry, Fcii. sU'oiiE How oi oil has been struck in Dingninn well No. 2 ni a lieplh oi fuel, ac-'; cording to information given, at thRi oriice of the company. The ml, wliicb is somcu'liat heavier than that encountered in No. l-.wcii at a depth ot 2.7IS feet, ilils the. halcr about onc-tliiril full ivhcnever it is .put rtown. Although the depth is' considc-.ihly more than oi No: 1. it is that the formation. tliR bit is in, is still altove iil'f.fornia- tion at which No. 1 yielded up its, (luid. PAPAL BLESSING services will be held at St. Patrick's Church on Sunday night at 7.30. As announced lasL Sunday, Hev. father Itosenthn! will solemnly impart tlio Papal Blessing [o ali the faithful uf Die congregation who have fulfilled the1 conditions remiired. Rev. A. Ros- eatlial obtain Ed tliat signal favor of .imparting the Tapal Dlcssing to his congregation In semi prlvnto audibncc vntli His Holiness Pope Ben- edict XV. on iiis trip to Europe. Kol- .cnm Vespers will precede the blassiuii and Sacramental Benediction will con- clude; the evening service. Skurlian, Vetric Koli.ar, OEOI IJemcliuk, Kiaiik Freeh, Fred Kwas-: nico, Stlivc! Dan bnmliililr, J'ele Semoiiuk, John Niidryk, John H'asyl Kwasuico, Phillip llnr.Cuk, ;IM 1 Zapisocki, lluli, Fred Kuirijatz, ante Tyron. [Schedule Rsccive Par- I tial Compensavioll I Andreir Diigdale, Roht. Dugdalu, Charles ,S. Charles, Wra. Kincs, Win. Fox, oamuiil IromnonRCr, John Pier- son, Cliarles Ironraongci. Schedule will Have to be Proved Before Compensation 1 Is Paid 1 David C. Hurray, John Sands, PcL- 'er Ackers, Juhu A. McQuaiTie, Adam i.Veikleiolm. Arthur PadRclt. Pines i Mc.Neill, Fred Dingham, Oliarlca Sor- 1 uedcr, Thomas Smith, Roht. Petrie, ;Jolm Hood, John B. McKinnon, Ca- hillon, Dickinson Win. Ro- 'cliester, Hod. MnTsaac, Thomas i strong, Leou Paget, Fred Coulter, Win. Stiller, Alherta Buckmaii, Jas. Wm. Hillman, August Fou- liostoclt, Moore, Thomas Corkill, liavid Thomas. Jos- eph Volira'dEky, Mike Zacka, Albsct j Keen, Fortunalci nnminic Al- hanese, Luigi Rossi, Antonio Gas- perina, E. Cardina, LIdwardo Pag- nan, Alberti Tamburina, Vinee Voli- radsky, K. Bolter, Ciuisippi llarcolli, Steve' Bariyai, Joe Camarda, Fred Charles Bennett, Antonio Caielli, Nick AlbancsE; Sam Cantalina, Oui-j sippi Parnissari, 'Ealfte Carlo Parnissari, Carlo CasbiiKraiiilc, ROLCrt Murray, Pete Cantnlina, Gio-: vpnni FoRalc, A. Ciramicci, Vencinzo irortllnato, U. JIarclictto, Jcaepli H. Uochestcr, Carlo Oianoli, Uasso Cat- John Foster, Antonio Cimetta, j Jlorriu, I'elro Bozzer, Ivugcnio ICicOone, Vilo John Urosvn, William Johnson, FreJ Wlir, Ouillo, Ueriierl Adlam, AnfiUS 11 5VcKaj- -vllicrt Southwell, Lconcc Cluiiiillon, 'Jqmes Armstrong. Thomas: Court. Entente iiossanese, Red Wai-. lace, Uayid Emery, V-illlam Munay, j William Gro. aJiiiiji, Virginlo _Hnnio, Alexander Pclrie, David G. HaKUi.j James PortcoiiS; William Trump, 11. W. Penu, Proaiier Day, Rohart Smith.: EDMONTON FIRE CHIEF QUITS AHn.. Lo ill-health, I wish to resign my posi- tion as cliief of the Fire department, mid will be glad if yen "wli1! relieve j me of my onerous duties at once." j This fprrna a letter.signed by In j Chief Thomas G. Lcuder to Mayor Henry, received by. the mayor this morning. A Fronch nrrnored cruiser has ar- rived off Cuba, where alie jiiined by thn HrlMsli cruiser Hris- lol, where they have been alternating iii guarding the port, -cruising outside lerrilorirtl walei's. Blue Ribbon Coffee You may be the best cook world blit leaven you ufie is p you cannot cjet gatisfactpry risulrs. Always use Blue Ribbon baking der, is makes the lightest and best pastry and cakes. Blue Ribbon, the standard of qual- ity in Teas, Coffees, Baking Powder, Jelly Powders, find Extracts. ;