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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 14, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta SvEbNESDA'l?; FEBRUARY l4, i^H THE' l^ETHBRIDGia: YJAiLY HERALD PAGE FIVE (Sie former |Tha Simple,'ila>�;'iure Uie of Stuart's'^ Dy�p�(ifia rUbtet* will BHnd Joy t� Any Stemaoh Sufferer. How mfinyfpiiulet,* afraW-to-make-a- BolBe, unhappy homes there are due to orbiiBi .lh>ltable) ' miserable, close- that-kiteheH^oor, �f;;th�^i'i�tohiach, pains In bowels, nervotieneas, heartburn, belch Hing, blbatlhi!f,,,jrtj;,i,;cjonje,froii)- wrphis ||tul condltionwvbl dlBestive ]u(ceiii >' H When ;!. the,;jliystem �xhaHRt8' its juice8,./Wheh.ihe liver, when the pancreas the. stomach become thereby unfit to. furnish' 'ihe. proper digestive fluids,:>eapital paid up 1,-000,000 Lauflha. Will diatrlbute nUlh'tly 1,000. 8a� illl.;f)iSk th� horae on the Orphtum ..Stage. The-olij Black-mith Shep;^hf Helping Hand.' One Good: Turn DeaerVea ::i Another. A volimpwi of the paat, a beautiful fulura^ and happlnesa reatored,; Somothing you will �Ike-out^f the Old Rut into the New. Alao a j'Feather Production "TheSDevirs Bond- ��� With Dorothy Davenport Emo,ry Johnaon and AdmictBioii 25c, - 10c OFFICE WORKERS FACIQRY WORKERS and others who labor indoors should always tdke the strength-compelling tonic-food iri SCOTT'S Washington, Feb. 14.-It developed today that the naval collier Caesar, loaded with' a quarter of a million dollars' worth of food supplies contrl-! buted by Americans for the Syrians and Armenians, and the cruiser Des Moines with a cargo of, both bound tor Beirut, have b^en ordered held up at Alexandria indefinitely by the navy department. The plight of a thousand Americans who have been detained more than a year by the, Turkish military authorities despite assurances of the Turkish foreign office that they would be released, is arousing alarm here because the whole section is largely destitute of food and Is known' to ^be infected with disease. Both the Des Moines and Caesar were .enroute to rescue Americans when the break with Germany; threw all arrangements into confusiqn.. to keep up their strength, nourish their nerves and increase their energy. SCOTPS is helping thousands-w/// not you? Stott&Bowoe.Totonto.Ont. 16-23 THE MINISTER OF FINANCE REQUESTS THE PEOPLE OF CANADA TO BEGIN NOW TO SAVE MONEY FOR THE NEXT WAR LOAN JAN. �. itn OTTAWA The Bulldoga Are Coniingi QUEBEC PROVINCE HAS SOLE FISHERIES RIGHTS Quebec, Feb. 7.-The Court of Ap peals today delivered its declsioia in the pending case as to wha^' rights Quebec Province possesses on ' tidal water to issue exclusive fisheries per-hJits. The Federal government claims lit has, exclusively, the right to issue such permits. QIDEON ROCHON, M.P., OEAp Montreal, Feb. 12.-Gideon ^(jhpil, federal member of parliament'.for Terre Bonne, died In St. Jerome, Qjiie., yesterday. � PAY DAY The Bulldogs Are Comlngl' 4> GUARD CHICAGO BRIDGES  Chicago, III., Feb. 14.-^Chlr cage's forty-four bridges, valued at $20,000,000 were ordered guarded today against possible damage by some fanatjc. WANTED FOR THE ROYAL NAVY Two thouaaad Cuwdhuu ar� waatad for Rayl Naval Can-diui VohwtMr lUaanr* toward* nuaninc tho new abipi of tha bapaiial B�r*i N*vr. ImmecUat* wretaaa* aanriee. Onlynaa f laod charaeUr aad good pbyiiqua accepted. ' Par tUlQ Miahnuim pw day-Pna Kit f f 920.00 par MoBlh Soparatioa AUowanca IV';''"*'Provincial Naval Recruiting Commit-teb: B. H; Wilson, .1003B Jasper Ave., : Edmonton lor Naval Recruiting Office, i ;ir..*W.. JJowner, Lethbrldge. �DtLu at thmUnmlSankm , ^ OTTAWA Thursday 15 and Friday 16 ^ .Shubert Film Corporation, Presents the most regally beautiful and atunplngly |H7!^ Rn''&PI^ L * govyned actress on the screen MilflTIVdijV KtrrY GOBDON In Ii ;rit" "AS IN A LOOKING GLASS" I: 'i AUS9WAR',WeEKLVAI^b JOKER COMEDY , We will ruh some _ PAY DAY SPECIALS IN FOOTWEAR, every one of them a RECORD 3^ for value and economya Below we listonljf a few of the many shoe bargaiiis to be had. Read them ov�i' carefully. Then come down dhd see yonr dollar do "double duty." Ladies' Hi^ Top Lace Boot Black Kidskln, plain toe, Lou la heel. Regular $7.00. Pay Day Special $3.95 LADIES''DRESS BOOT Black mat, kid top, patent vamp, Goodyear welted aoles, military heel. Regular $6.00. Pay Day Special 3.95 CLASSIC SHOE Women'a Smart Button Dreia Boot. Patent vamp, round toe, mat kid top, Cuban heel. Regular $0.00. Pay Day Special WOMEN'S DRESSY BOOTS, GREY CLOTH TOP, (LACE) KIDSKIN VAMPS. O OC REGULAR $5.50. .. ^'�' BOYS' STRONG GUNMETAL BOOTS. DOUBLE WEAR IN EVERY PAIR. � QC SPECIAL ........1.......;....... MEN'S TAN AND BLACK WORKING BOOTS. HEAVY SOLES, LEATH- O oA ER LINED. PAY DAY SPECIAL .. Women's Stylish Kidskin Button top, patent vamp. Louis heel. Regular $6.00. MEN'S DRESS BOOTS. VARIOUS STYLES AND LEATHERS. PAY DAY M SPECIAL AT, PAIR ............. ft.llJ ~~~ � / WOMEN'S LACE AND BUTTON BOOTS. VARIOUS STYLES, BROKEN LINES. REGULAR TO $6.00. .. 1.90 CHILDREN'S SHOES. BOYS AND GIRLS. ALL STYLES, LACE & BUTTON o|-SIZES UP TO 7..............y... ^W** MEN'S HIGH GRADE BOOTS. GENUINE OAK SOLES. LEATHER AND 9 QA CLOTH LINED. PAY DAY SPEC. BOOT SHOI% ^ 116 Fifth Street South BentJey' Old Stand 17 ;