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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 14, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta  t MDAY, FEBRUARY 14, 1916 THE LETHBRIDGK DAILY HERALD '14 t^AQE FIVE V CLARK^S ANNUAL WHITE SALE AND MlD-WrNfTER CLEARANCE Continues Every Day This Week 'eoial. values hi New (jiii^i^'lmiiis uiid cjxs, '�.Fowpls and Towelling', FlanncieiIcs and ai)|)croU;(!|s, Lonp,', Clolli and MadapolairiN',' Diniilyl and .Mnlls, Cotton JJodiords. Satin  Jeans ivnd J^ellconv Suitings, Voiles ami Muf-(juiscttes, Embroideries and Laees, Dress (Joodsand Silks, Wliitewear and Waists, House [Dresses and Underskirts. and lihei'ul [lui'cliascK belore prices were ad-las be.eii (he means eni|)loye(l this season to oni'selves and our cnstoiuers af>ainst �i u c Ii Iiij>lior prices which would have to l)e attached to all these lines ii" bouj>lit in the repihu' way. Not a line of jioods in these new stoclcs but is worth nnicli ni(n*e than present marked prices, so do not nej>lect to supply all your needs at these low prices before stocks are run out. n APl^P JPt THE LADIES^ STORE \-/JL-dr\l\f^kl-4 CjC Phone 453 Acadia Block HATES OIL m FOR LIVER Ai BOWELS GIVE "CALIFORNIA SYRUP OK FIQ3" IF CROSS, SICK, FEVERISH, CONSTIPATED Look 'back at your clilldliooil Uayw. Remember the "doMiV mothor inalst-ed on-CBSlor oil, ciilnnml, onlliavtlCK. How you hated them, how you fouKht against taking them. � -With our children hk ilitforcnt. Mothers who cling to old lorni of physio simply don'( kmiII/o wlint they do. The children  revolt la well-founded. Their teiidi^r little 'ins'.'jea" are injured by lli�n.i. If your child's .ilonKitn, liver and bowels need cleansing;, give only delicious "Callrornla Svi ii) of Figa." Us action Is positive, Imt ;;enlli!. Alilllons of mothers keep tlii.'-: luirrilesa "fruit laxative" handy; tlicy know children love to take it; thai it never tnlls to clean the liver and liowels and sweeten the stomach, ami that a teaspoon-ful given today saves a sick child tomorrow. Ask your dniggiai for a rfo-cent bottle of "California Svriip of Figs," which has full diredions for 'babies, children of all ag'js and for grownups plainly on eacli l)ottle. Heware of counterfeits sold hero. See that it la made by "California Fig Synip Company." Refuse any other kind with contempt.-Advertisement. the wounded soldiers at the front. About 100 oars arc wanted immediately in Clarcsholm. The terminal elevator at Caluiarv is .said to be almost empty .and the Rovcrninenl is an.vious that It .should be (illrd, and yet no cars can be obtained. Even | empties are taken awav to some other points rather than load here. The station autlioriti.s say no cars for .i!;rain can h.-. placed. It is time sotne satisfactory explanation was siven 1 the railway company. A very few cars runnins between points on the line and Calu;arv terminal would relieve the situation. WHAT the Press agent SAYS PHONE 1224 Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Whitney have returned from a three months' visit 1o the coast. Tht' Central W. C. T, U. intend holding !, special meeting on Thursday to commemorate the Frances Wiilard Memorial day. . .  The Rebecca Assembly to be held Monday iii Lethbridgc will be attended by Mrs. H. II. Hardy, Mrs. Haker and Mrs. J. Porter of this city - Medicine Hat News. Ivieut. Andrew Naismith went to nij!;h lUvir on Saturday afternoon to meet bis parents, Mr. and Mr.s. \', L. Nttismith, who are on their way to California. � D a The History and Current Kvents section of the .Mathcsis club will meet at the home of Mrs. Ale.\-. Smith, 531) Sth street south tomorrow afternoon at 3 o'clock. * * t Airs. .John Lang, of Grand Valley. Sunlight Soap has a high stan-dard of purity which is baolced by a $5,000 guarantee. If a soap has no standard there is no reason why it should always be of uniform quality, always contain the best materials or be anything like as good as the soap with a standard. Sunii 3 cenf^ MINERS WIL STRICT Contrary to expectations, the X'n-itod .Mine Workers of America for ' Ont., announces "tlie engagement of District 18 will hold a convention her daughter, Daisy K., to Mr. Xor- tiiis year. It was reported sometime, man Sproule, of Tahcr, .Mta., the ago that the various locals did not marriage to take place the latter part care much whether a convention was of Kcbruarv. hold this year or not, but with the *  possibility of a strike on the United The ladies of St. I'atrick's church States middle and eastern fields, the are making extensive arrangements miners in tliis section have aPParent- for a leap year social to be held in ly chang d their minds, and the an- the Knights of Pythias hail on Tues- nuai meeting will be held at Fernie day evening, the 22nd, in the inter- some lime within the next couple of csts of the Red Cross. weeks. That is the information iiath-    ercd from a leading Bellevue union There will be a meeting of the ex- man who was in tlic city Saturday, ecutive of the Women's branch of the ''"hu exact date of the convention is Women's Branch of the Red Cross not known, the call not having yel society in the Red Cross rooms in been issued. However, President Gra- the post ofllce at 2.30 tomorrow af- ''am and Secretary Carter, who at- tcrnoo'n. All members are urged to tended the big international conven- DISTRICT NEWS i GRASSY LAKE DOINGS , (From the (iay.ette). ' iJr. Monroe, olWinnifrcd, may lo-te in Grassy Lake and take charge the hospital. Waiter Webb, of tiie 3S)lli [3atiery, IS home for a ft!"' 'lays this week, peeling lu leave tor liic cast vcrv irtly. dr.s. Felix Gross returned from the thbridge hospilal on Wednesday ill on the road to complete recov-y from a serious illness. Miss FUbel Marshall continued her tiniey to 'i'oronto on Tuesday after �brief visit with her brother, W. M.' riic Druggist." She is to he mar-;;1 in Toronto next Weiliiesday. i'lle.x. I{obcrlson, who came over jim Scotland to wind up the busies of the Argyle Sheep Co. and talker estate, left for liome thi.s 'ek, his fourteenth trip across llie ;lantic. iJ. P. llinck has offered to turn ov-; his billiard anil howling alley busi-IS3 to the Grassy Lake Red Cross lanoh for the 2!lth. VULCAM GOSSIP JMr. l-'eti'-r Coehurc of Ensign had a jd experience on Wednesday of last ek. He made the trip a few miles bm ills home to iOnslgn for a load coal. On the return journey he Pell bm the load Into the snow. It was bezing keenly at the time, and he 'as left in the open, his .team pro-pding on the journey, Mr. Cocliure, wevur, managed to reach the house Mr. Mnran at about six o'clock xt morning. His feet and hands and face were badly frozen, and there is some danger of his losing his feet and han(is, although it is too early to judge jusl how far the frost has got them. ; (Jeorge L. licker has been appointed to attend the annual convention of the Alberta Fairs Association to be held at I'^dmonton on March 1 and 2. .Jack IClmer Daimuth of Sundial and Miss Anna Laura Golden were auietly married at the home of Mr. H. A. Knox on 'I'uesdny, Feb. Sth. The ceremony was performed by the Rev. K. D. Allen. '. .J. J. Diilileld, who was tor some time on the .Vdvocate stafl', has joined the colors, 'and is now in Ottawa, a privateTn the 4th Field Troop, Trcu.'p, Canadiiin Engineers. CLARESHOLIW' HAPPENINGS (From the Advertiser). The water p(pes in the college on the second door burst on Wednesday night and for. a time threatened to drown the'inmates. About six inches of water covered the basement before it was got under. controK The Rev. Joseph- Plioenlx, the new rector of St. John's church of England, arrived in Clarcsholm on.Tuesday., He will conduct strvices in the Cluuch of England oi\ Sunday next, at U a.m. and 7.30 p.m. It is gratifying to note thp /eal and enthusiasm the ladies of Clares-holm are showing in their Red Cross work. They have taken on now en-er tills year and are pushing the work faithhiU); and well. Their hard work will result in much comfort to Trained Minds TolWin t ' '�' " ' But First-llie miiul lo be properly Ifained* ncetLs the support ol' :i \vell7;oiirished l)0(iy. ] ' Ko I'qod iuipplies in more splendid proportion, the rich noiiri-sliincnl of Uic J'ieid grains I'or both body and brahi building lhandoes f . ! Made oi' Avhole wiieal mul mailed biirleS', 'this famoiiV pure food includes Ihe valuable mineral elements, Ittck-ing in many, i'oods, but lihperalive for entu'gizing and sustaining the jiiental and physical forces.- Easy lo Digcsl-^Economieal-Delicibiis." "There^s a Reason" for GraperNuts Made in Cinsida S^ld by Grocers Canadian Postum CM-cal Co,, Ltd!, AVhutrpv. 9"t. PINCHER CREEK NEWS (From the Echo). H. Pearson, who signed on with the Kilties, is the father of three boys who have already enlisted with the 13th O.M.R. There are no slac'xers in the Pearson family. The K-d Cross held their usual meeting on Wednesday in the Haijtist church. A donation of $9.00 from the Crows Nest Forest Reserve is gratefully acknowledged. Mr. and Mrs. A. F. S. Tatum left on Tuesday for a visit lo Edmonton. Mrs. Tatum's father, Mr. Shanks, is leader of one of the military bands air Edmonton and expects to leave .shortly. E. C. Fowler has signed on with the 175lh battalion, now recruiting at Medicine Hat. Mr. Fowler is an old hand at the game, having served 21 months in the South African Constabulary at the time of the Hoet war. It is reported that Geo. Stafford, Frank Hogg and Ed. Olmstead have also made application to join tlic same battalion. Thos. Hammond, ot Summerview, sliipped a complete carload of hogs this week, which averaged 225 pounds. It took eight lour-horse teams to haul the stock to the station. Mr. Hammond received a cheque for $1,-420 from P. Burns & Co., through T. Williamson, the local manager, which caused Mr. Hammond to exclaim "hogs is hogs." BLAIRMORE DISTRICT (From the Enterprise). The treasurer of the Southern Alberta branch of the Canadian Patriotic Fund has received !, cheque for $IS!).55 from the Deilevuc miners, being their contribution for the last two weeks in December. lllairmore's school made a record in December with an average attendance of over !IB pei; cent of a total enrolment of 200. The death took ' place at Chalis, Washington, on Monday, January 31, of Christopher Rosbach, a former highly respected resident of lUairmore and old timer of the Crows Nest Pass. Deceased had up to practically tlie time of bis demise been blessed witli a robust constitution, but loss than two davs prior to his death ho was stricken "vi'ith paralysis which had fatal consequences. Mr. Rosbjch had reached the age of 08 years. He left UlHirmoio about six months ago with his wife and family to take up residence in Washington. He is survived by three daughters and thrqe sons, two of the latter being at present in the King's colors, John with the 34 Lh Kootenays, and the other sen with some other Canadian regiment. One daughter, Mrs. Louis Gales, resides in Hlalrmoro, while another, Mrs. S. J. Watson, is a resident of Prince George, B. 0. GRANUM GOSSIP (Clarosljplm .Vdvertiscr). Tlia-ladies!In "cliargQ ot'.the Patriotic, tba-lfist Satlirday, report a Koud day, liaving receipts amounting to tlS.OO. This is now a regular thing every Saturday afternoon ni the town hall. , j A reception vas glvB:i in the Bank of Coramercii building by the citizens of the town to Mr. and Mrs. Roy Le-pnrd on Monday last. Music, sop'ii> and speochts .were the order of the evening. Kefreshmcnts were served and , very cnioyable time was spent. Uoy Lopnrd and his bride roturnod from their honeymotm last Saturday and will take up their roaidEiico in � Oranum. The nmny friends ot the bridc-voom tsaid )iim a visit abop.t 1,2 0 clock Srtl'irilaV ui'i'hl apd \ve(-f j comrd him lohis nt^v I'ome with t|io 1 local tin can band. P.or I re 1,ted them ! very generously nlid cent them all home slngiMg|>'"Fcr he's a Jolly gobJ felluw.'; -� �  Good Vaudeville at the Orpheum There is a feast lor good vaudcvil-lians in the Psin^ages ijill this week, which opens tonight at the Orpheum. Perhaps the most picturesque offering that has ever visited Lethbridge on a vaudeville bill, holds a prominent position on the program. It is "A Glimpse of Ireland," presented by Michael Emmett and company. This act guarantees real Irish talent from Ireland., Besides being assisted by a pretty girl, who possesses an unusually sweet contralto voice, Mr. Emmett has gathered around him birds (even crows, a dog and a rooster), who all tend to make the act like a little bit of Ireland set on the stage. The headliner this week is "The Dream Pirates," featuring Viola Wilson and Sammy Wren. There is lots of action in this fascinating skit, as well as some fairly good comedy and singing numhers. The chorus is a good one, and the various pirate characters are amusingly portrayed, but the clTcring is bv no means the best on the bill. The "battle" is vi-ell staged and the setting is an elaborate one. 1,. Chris Richards is an EnglLsh eccentric comedian, whp provides much amusement with his funny songs and dances. He is contortionist, dancer, juggler and a hundred other things which he does well. With nothing to do with automobiles, the Packard "4" appear with a good turn. They dance a little' bit, sing a little bit, and play the piano a little bit. Undoubtedly the most enjoyable dancing turn that has come over the Pnntages circuit for some time is that presenttd by the La Vars, two exceptionally clever dancers. be present.  * � A very enjoyable children's party claimed Miss Avis Stacey as its youthful hosiers on Saturday after- lion in Indianapolis are expected lo be on the job at Fernie again soon, wlieii the call will be sent but. Expect Strike From reports received here there A scene from "Within the Law.'' A splendid all gtar production of this famous New York success will appear at the Majestic theatre on Tuesday and Wednesday next, Feb. lEth and IGth. noon, when twenty school friends doesn't .inrcar to he much doubt that ' - f ..,-----1 ----- uoL.^u u api.L.u 10 nt mucn aouub uiai DISTILLERIES INTO MUNITION FACTORIES Feb. 14.-The government immediately lake over all the ^J,L-l^!"Li?,L^.!!l-^ ^'^'^^ ride;'^;'l-l!^oT^^ieYul ^L^^^ the Da,,y C'-'cle The new^^^^ spent several hours at the Auditor-- t,,, ^g^^ral and eastern ^""^ �' ium riniv, skating to their hearts t'nited States will experience a striicc- ^ content. The party afterwards ad- fuig ^nrin,' The old airreemcnt does Lonnon. journed to the home of the hostess, pvprc until March sT hut both Immediately lake over all ved. A delightful ^nerfand Sratoif have m^^^^^^ ^^'"^"iJ}^'^.J^ before being driven home. A very enjoyable evening was spent men are asking a big raise in wages and a more complete recognition of the C'liited Mine Workers of America. at the home of Mr and Mrs. Daykin, The operators counter with a propos-Salmon Arm B. C., on Tuesday last al to continue the old agreement. The as a farewell to Mr and Mrs. Drage, nght to srttle the matter will who are leaving for Vancouver. Cards come oH next month, and games were the order of the ev- ening interspersed with music, the accompanists being Mrs. Hill, Mrs. and Miss Matthew. After a dainty S^l^Z^^flL^Sofe^t^ ;;=";;coun^;'li^weeu HALT KENTUCKY PROHIBITION Frankfort, Ky., Feb. J 2.-After an acrimonious debate, during .which a Repre' adds that the stop will be facilitated by the fact that the government intends to prohibit the importation ot barley for distilling purposes. ARRESTED INTO A FORTUNE Chicago, Feb. 12.-iKeltli Edward Dalrymple wore flashy clothing, and for this reason was talicn to the police stalloii by detecliveH today. Had it not been for this Dalo'mple would lot have known ho was heir to |400,- tordcd^B-reit i.nusement ' With thn ^''"tative J. D. Humphrey\nnd Repre-i000 and Hint the police of the country forded great amusement. With the senlattvo W. B. Harvey was averted .had been on ' best of wishes loathe honored Ruests ry"oth r Igisfato^r^, t 4 rowerho se fhP n rH-'S*-' ,?n -^"li ^"'i'^ ^''"n �f general asscinbly today defeat-the party broke up in the wee sma'Uri � nrnn^cin^n i-, =,nr,if ,.,t ''Within the Law" "Within the Law," is a thrillor thjit has tor its heroine a young woman convicted and sent for three years to the penitentiary on false- evidence, who cleverly arranges her revenge upon the man who accused her by marrying his son, getting him into all sorts of trouble with the police, and niially clearing him' and herself of any wrong-doing. Before the end of the play is reached, ''Within the Law"' has its audience fairly shivering with thrills. There is,a maxim gun silencer, for instance, that proves its noiseless qualities in the second act by the breaking of a vase \vitli-out any sound whatsoever. The play has a heart interest seldom before witnessed in any dramatic produc-tiop. It will appear at the Majestic Tlioatro on Tuesday and Wednesday of tills week.. Seats arc selling rapidly at Utdley's now. party broke up hours ot the morning, &  � Cupids and hearts abounded at the Valentine tea given- by the Big Sisters' class of Knox church on Saturday afte.rnoon. The tea table, artistically arranged .with strings of f-av-ors peculiar to Dan Cupid's anniversary, was presided over by Mrs. A. H. Denoon. Thej girls ot the class assisted serving .tca at little tables gay with red favors. Miss Tilley, superintendent ot llie. class .received the num-I erous guests. The treasury was in charge ot. i\Iiss .Marjorie Higinboth-am. A musical program was given during the .afternoon, contributed by , Misses Nellie Watson, May Young and I Meryl O'Hagon. .'\Iiss .E(leen Dunham gave a very, interesting .recitation. CREASER-RUNHAM .\ quiet wedding was solemnized at St. Andrew's parsonage,- Pincher Creek, on Saturday, February 5th, when Miss Theresa Ruphaui, of Cal-j gary. became tlie bride of Sergt. William Creaser, of 13th O.M.R. Sergt. Crenser is well known here, having lived in the Fisbburn district for several years. Many friends will wish Sergt. and Mrs. Creaser much happiness.-Pinclier Greek Echo. ed a proposition to submit to the voters of Kentucky a statewide prohibition constitutional amendment. The measure urevlously had been lost in the senate. the lookout for him for four years to tell him so. Young Dalrymple ran away from his iiome at Siloam Springs, Ark., in 1908. His father prospered in the oil business and moved to Port AUe-pheny, Pa., where he died four years ago. The runaway was the heir. ''The Secret Sin'\ Playing t^vo distinct characters the admirers of the briliiant and beautiful Laskystar, Blanche Sweet, will ImvD n� iiousual opportunity to S30 her at hor best in "The Secret Sin," which will bo the attraction at Star-hind tonight find loiiiorrow. In "The Secret Sin," Miss Sweet plays twin sisters, one the knavish, tricky vlctiin of the opium habit and the other a slrong-minded young woman who Is greatly loved by � wealthy, young oil "operator. How the i,!l-iig-racke;l sister, jealous ol tlv.i man's affection for tier sister, at-tompts to (Ix the fearful vice upon lier and win the man's love for her-(jolt IS brogi^ht about in a series of till), most Blovorly constructed scenes over seoii on the screen. In addition to tills woiulortul (Ivc-aet drama, one ot the (ftinous Santry cartoons will l^o'shown. Hocrs of Father's'Dtsth A, 0. Pponse of this olty rocolved ww\ yo�tev(lay ot tlip doatl) of hl^ mtiilBV at Ottawa oii Friday afteraoou, New Pastor Takes Charge at Cardston Cardston, Feb. 12.-Mr. Stevinson, who has taken charge ot the Presbyterian church here tor the present, ar-| rived with Mrs. Stevinson, and Uttlo sop, Tuesday last, and is now resld-i ing in the manse.. Church services ^ were re-opericd Sunday morning at: eleven, and Sunday evening at seven-1 thirty. In the morning Mr. Stevinson took as his text, "The high calling of God," and in, the evening 'Amen." Next Sunday evcnlmr he will preach on "The Mesmerism of Satan." A cordial invitation is given,to all to be present..Mr. Stevinson will eo to P.alev Sunday afternoon. Mrs,. Ed. Wafceloy .gave a small din-iicr party Sunday' evening, the occasion being the tqutlir anniversary of her wtdding." ' The Ladies' Aid of the Presbyter-Ian church mrt Wednesday afternoon For Forty Years Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound Has Been Woman'3 Most Reliable Medicine -Here is More Proof. To women who are suffering from some form of woman's special ills, and have a constant fear of breaking down, the three following letters ought to bring hope: - Nortli Cranrton, AVis. - " NYhen I was 16 years old I got mari'iod and at 18 j^ears I gave birth to twins and it lot'! rae ^vith very poor health. I could not Avalk across the l1oor \vithont having to sit down to rest and it was hard foi' ino to keep about and do my woi'k. I Avent to a doctor and ho told nio I had a displaceuiont and ulcors, and would have to have an ojievation. 'V\m frightened me so liiuch that I did not know ^^�llat to do. Having heard of Lydia K. Pinlchain's Y(!gctable Compound, I thought I would give it a ti ial ant! it made me as well as ever. I cannot .say enough in favor of the Pinldiam remedies."-Mrs. Mayjik Asjiaoh, North Craudon, Wis. Testimony from Oklahoma. Lawton, Okla, -"Wion I began to take Lydia E. Pinkham's Compound I seemed to liu good.for nothing. I tired easily Vegetable ______....._______ .... and had headacho.s miich of the time and wa.s irregular. I took it again io..f n,, 1 ,.,, r o - before my little child Avas born iind it did mo a wonderful amount of �s-wimr i?r Po^i rrn��" ffood at that time. I nevei' tail to recommend Lydia E. Hnkhara's nn.ioH*^ ""^ ^"'^ Vegetable Compound to ailing women because it has done so-much for me."-Mrs. A. L. MoCasi.anu, 501) Have fcst., Lawton, Okla.  tiniled. A lueoting of tlie Presbyterian I cliurcli board was hold Tuesday even-in.'; of this weelv. W'ays and means � were ilisuusscd of itetling things in good running order tor the year. LOMOND NEWS Lomond, lva� advice write to Lyrtla I M�