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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - February 14, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta TIHJMSDAY, KKBIUjAHY 14, 1018 THE Lb^BRIDOr. DAILY HERALD PAGE NUMB Everywhere and Always ENO'S FRUIT SALT A tpoonful of Eno's Fruit Salt in a glai$ of water makes a delightful drink-cool, sparkling and effervescent. UNO'S "FRUIT SALT" is the best tonic and dlfeestlve regu-*-* latorever prepared-a safe and valuable remedy At all times. Be prepared for emergencies by always having a bottle In the house. Ask your Druggist for ENO'S-the only genuine "FRUIT SALT"-and beware of Imitations! l$> ENOS,. la/* iliilT ',*.mt .� nan rwii' ^ HFAIIH piVINC fJk * INViCOHATlMC Prepared only by J. O. ENO. Ltd., "Fruit Salt" Works, London, Eng. Bala Agents for North Amtricai HAROLD F, RITOHIC & PP., tltnltad, 10 McOaul Streat, Toronto 31 SB}' El DEATH OF SPRING-RICE Was Capable and Devoted Public Servant-Interested in Canada Ottawa, Feb. II.-Sir Robert Borden, prime minister, today issued the following: "The news of Sir Cecil Spring-Rice's sudden and untimely death will he received \vith deep sorrow throughout the Dominion and especially by those who had (lie privilege of intimate ae-quaiutance and friendship with him. During his long years of Bervice to the empire lie proved himself to he a most capable and devoted public servant. Especially during the last throe and a hull' years, under conditions of great difficulty and delicacy and In matters of the nioBt. vital moment, his rare discretion and excellent judgment were of inestimable value to the British Kmpire and to all the allied nations. In matters of especial concern to Canada lie always took an exceedingly warm interest. In order that he might the better discharge his duty to this Dominion he was in the habit of visiting Ottawa semi-annually to confer willi the ministers End keep closely in touch with those public departments IhrU were brought into close relation with the government of the United States. During our association for some years in public affairs i learned to esteem him not only as a devoted 'public servant, but as an intimate and valued personal friend." United States Condolences Washington, Feb. 14.-Following is a text of a formal message of condolence sent by Secretary of State Lans- ing to Lady Spring-Rico: "In the name of the president, and of all those with whom Sir Cecil was ) brought into official contact, 1 offer you sincere condolence. It has been given to few men to rise us Sir Cecil did, to the heights of great international emergency and to become as be was. the fortunate medium through which our two nations drew into closer loucli and became sharers in the great, task which has been imposed upon the world." Secretary Lansing also sent to Foreign' Minister Balfour a message of condolence saying: ''The government of the United States join with the Hritish government in mourning Hie great loss which has been suffered." A representative of the . United States government, will be sent to Ol-tawajjji'or the funeral, service. Earl Reading's Message At the British embassy here the following statement was issued: "The news of the sudden death of Sir Cecil Spring-Rice was received this morning by the Hritish ambassador and the members of the Hritish embassy with great sorrow and distress. "Tlie late ambassador had endeared himself to every member of his staff by his sincerity of character and his spirit of sympathetic consideration. The patience and courage with which he handled the grave problems provoked by the war will cause his memory to be cherished as an inspiration by all those who were privileged to work with him." Karl Heading, the new ambassador, added a personal touch to the formal expression of the embassy staff, willi a similar statement. SOLD $1,000,000 OF LANDS LAST YEAR In- round figures .Murchison, Caddes and liraden report land sales aggregating 0?i0 for 1017. The demand for land is increasing to such an extent that another olfice as a branch of the Lethbridge office is being opened at New Dayton in charge of F. M. Crouch. Mr. Oaddes says that indications point to an exceptionally big demand for land in l'.)18. ORDER WITHDRAWN New York, Feb. 14.-The order closing the New York stock exchange on heatless Mondays with withdrawn today by the board of governors in view of the actlon,of the fuel order cancelling the general closing order on the days specified. ^�HcARTErS IlVER Genuine bears signature Small Pill Small Dole Small Price This has been the | Train Your System through the liver, to act naturally, at a fixed time every day. The best habit In the , world is the habit of health. Take one pill regularly (more only if necessary) until you succeed, f Then you can stop taking them without trouble or annoyance. ?ood-health-rule for fifty years. DAT f II\ M7ADT 1? Usually Need Iron in the Blood. Try rALLlU rLUrLfc carter's iron pills To Merchants, Dealers, Ranchers & Others IMPORTANT AUCTION SALE OF THE BALANCE OF Hayr Hardware Go/s Stock on Wednesday, Feb. 20 COMMENCING AT 9.30 A.M. IN THE PREMISES FIFTH ST. S., LETHBRIDGE FRANK WADD IN GTON Is favored with instructions to sell, as above, by auction and without reserve, the balance of the above stock in trade, consisting of Heavy and Shelf Hardware, Graniteware, Galvanized and Tin Goods, Table Silver, Wive Netting, large quantity of Rope, Logging Chains, Builder's Hardware and Furnishings, Screen DoorB, Store, Piping, Gas Stoves and a large assortment, of miscellaneous goods of general utility. The Fixtures, including Silent Salesmen, Counters, Shelving and Cash Register will also be told. CATALOGUES READY ON TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 12TH AND MAY BE HAD ON APPLICATION AT THE HAYR HARDWARE CO., OR ' FRANK WADDINGTON, Auctioneer REFUGEE RELIEF- WHAT IT MEANS II is a great mistake to think that, figures are dry. If the poet wants to tickle his imagination, let him give up lying in the grass, listening to the birds and watching the clouds; let him take a pad and a pencil and study the annual report of The British Serbian Relief Fund. If ho does not. get an astonished conception of what it means to provide lor a family of 80,000, he is no poet, and had better change his job. Let us look into the Question' of clothing alone. We had better suppose, for the sake of the abstract consideration of mere quantity, that the refugees are all men. Kverybody. of both sexes, knows what men wear, so there can be no deception. Kvery man must have one suit of clothes anyway. That means three pieces; let us set down three. For shirts we must at least set down two. For underwear, including socks, there are three pieces; and, to give him the barest sufficiency of change, we must at least set down six. Then there is a hat which counts as one, and boots which for the sake of understatement, we may count as one also. We need not degrade our Serbian with what the high-minded French call a "false collar," and perhaps a set of handkerchiefs may be'thought superfluous, too. Our total number of pieces for the barest outfit stands therefore at thirteen. There is no provision in this for an over-garment of some kind for winter; yet something of the kind must he necessary. Mild climates have usually a kind of cold in winter > that searches to one's marrow. We shall have to make the total number of pieces fourteen, and it looks-like short measure; two shirts may perhaps last for a year, but any baby could trample through two pairs of socks in a quarter of the time. However, if we let the number of pieces stand nt 14, that means that, for 80,000 persons, the British Serbian Relief Fund has to buy ready made, or has to buy stuff for and make, and, when bought or made, has to pack up, transport and distribute, 1,120,000 pieces of clothing. Laid on the ground end to end in line they would reach over aOO miles; from Toronto to beyond Quebec. Now, if our poet will take hold and translate that into visions, of human activity, lie will have something that will make his head swim; for clbthing is but one portion of the supply, and supply is but one portion of the work. It takes people and people to carry on such a work; and how about the multitudes whom ust subscribe to support it? Our poet will have to find plenty of rhymes for dollars, for they must be there in multitudes above all. VINOL MAKES GOOD BLOOD Positive-Convincing Proof Many so-called remedies for anaemia are only so in name. Their makers are afraid to prove their claims by telling what their medicines contain. The only way to be honest with the people is to let them know what they are paying for. Here is the Vinol formula. When the doctor knows what a medicine contains, it ceases to be a "patent" medicine. r> Cod Liveran* Beef Peptonaa, Iron and * " Hin|tniio Peptonatea, Iron and Am-nanium Citrate, LimaaDdfjqdaQlyctro-phespbataa, Caacarln. Any doctor will tell you that the in-* gredients of Vinol, as named above, will enrich the blood and banish anaemia and create strength. When the blood is pure and rich and red, the body is strong and robust. You can prove this at our expanse because your money will be returned if Vinol does not improve your health. J. O. HIGINBOTHAM A CO., LTD. Druggists, .Lethbridge. Also at the best druggist* In all Alberta towns. UNIQUE DISPLAY OF WASH GOODS AT "THE BAY." MAKE YOUR SUMMER DRESS NOW. UNITED TAXI SERVICE PHONE 387. 55-6 "Good morrow 'tis Si Valentines day, All in tlin morning betimes. And I a maid at your window, To be your valem me- m �  There will be no i-lioir pru16l 10th St. S. ! * - * Mr. E. A. Sharmaii has returned . from the coast today lie reports .Mrs. S. improving slowly and will go to the coast in March to bring her home. i a * � Mrs. Alastair Brainier is working at j Victoria stetion canteen and taking! French lessons. Her husband is at a � Canadian base in France at present. * * * Mr, and Mrs. Conybuare of "River-view" entertained at dinner last night, Judge Walsh, Mr. A. H. Clarke, K.G., of Calgary, and Judge and Mrs. Jaek-i son. j * * * j The Willard W. C. T. I\ are holding! {a social this evening at S o'clock at: i the home of Mrs. Uunsworth, fill 9th j ; street south. A cordial invitation is j ! given to all. . ; "... Owing to other arrangements tlie | ! execut've of the Local Council of Women '/.ll meet tonight, the 14th inst., , at. the home of Mrs. S oclock �  * "' R. S. Smith nf Boundary Creek, ! formerly of Lethbridge has sold his i ranch at Boundary Creek near Cards- j ston. Mr. and Mrs. Smith are going � to Moose Jaw to visit their daughter, Mrs. W. Henderson, for an indefinite time. w m r. The regular monthly meeting of the Women's Missionary Society of Knox church- was held in the school room Tuesday evening. Feb. 12th at eight o'clock. The Bible reading was taker, tyy Mrs. AV. L. McKenzie and interesting papers were read by Mrs. A. M. Fisher on "The Evangel in Our School Homes," and Miss K. McNabb on "Early Days in the French Regime." A very pleasing event of the e.vening was the presenting of a life membership to one of the members, the first to be presented since the uniting of Home and Foreign Missionary Societies. This was given by Mrs. R. C. McClure to Miss Charlotte McClure and was presented to her by Mrs. Denoon in a few well chosen words, fittingly responded to by Miss McClure. m This is St: Valentine's day and 1 never thought it a very festive oceas-sion since 1 was about ten years old. Before then, the hideous school valentines that we maliciously sent the teacher and boys and girls we wanted to tease, filled me. with mirth. After that advanced age, f decided that they were vulgar, loud colored things and not. funny at all. The little silver lace and pink ami white cupid kinds were silly for "softies.'' There was a later stage when violets and roses played the part of the cupids and silver lace. There is nothing in which a cupid delights more to hide than in a violet. Its demure appearance is such a splendid camouflage. However, I have discovered a little j boy who gets as much pleasure out ' of St. Valentine's day as out of April Fool's, and that is saying much. For days before he has worked industriously and with groat mystery in his own room, glue, gold ink, red cardboard and gilded arrows being seen when anyone is unkind enough to peek in. The night of the lath was almost, like Christmas Eve. 1 was so excited that I could hardly sleep, for his enthusiasm was infectious. Just before going to bed he passed around a large cardboard box with a slit in the lop. Into this all the family had to put their valentines (in sealed envelopes). Kven the dog aud cat were not forgotten, for I saw two envelopes addressed Mr. S. Cat and, Mr. AV. Pup -and they even sent valentines as 1 discovered this morning at breakfast when the box was opened in great state. ' *v* The one from Mr. S. Cat was a jewel a large red heart pierced by an arrow and in gold lotfoTs, "You may be a visitor, but 1 like you." On the back a delightful picture of a cat looking at the moon and "From the cat-This is nie." Many thanks, snoozer, I am glad 1 am popular with such an important member of the family. St. Valentine did not forget one of us and I thank the little hoy for making us all take on interest again in the pretty old customs which we are apt to forget just how, in these serious times. Mrs. Ashwell of Chilliwaek, B. C, and Miss Marsden of Vancouver, are in town for a few days. Mv�. �Kb1i- Growing Boys need it t / 'ML 7ry& Pure 4LMOST everything you eat nowadays costs ZA more than it used to-except FRY'S COCOA. Here, at the same price, you get the line, rich, delicious nourishment that has made FRY'S famous for 200 years. The manufacturing process being exclusive, the result is a Cocoa of exquisite HaA7our, very soluble and economical. Your money can hardly buy an equal quantity of nourishment in any other food. You can easilv prove this by getting a tin of FRY'S to-day. Truest economy-use FRY'S wellis municipal regent, of the I. O. 1). K. in Chilliwaek. B. ('. a *  : t Hy Arthur Guiterman). > : ? v" : > : : : * * : > : : > : > > Past the oldest woodciiuck's burrow-Where the forest meets the furrow, Close beside a tumbled wall Lies the fairies' hospital. Thither from their rocky cellars Come the little cavern-dwellers Thither, wounded, bruised mid broke-Flock the wood and meadow folk. Tortoises with cleft cuirasses. I impy-iegged hoppel'grasses, Minks with damaged paws in slings, Bobolinks with tattered wings. Draggled butterflies and millers. Crippled snakes, and caterpillars, Ailing rabbits, dented snails, Hirpling down converging trails Toward that place of healing wend i hem. Gentle elfin hands shall tend them There, with all the herbs and worts That are remedies for hurts, WadsJington's AUCTION ROOMS NO AUCTION SALE FRIDAY AT ROOMS Tuesday Next at 10.30 Auction Sale of Furniture and effects at No. T04 fith Avenue S. Wednesday Next at 9.30 An^ Auction Sale at' Ihe Hayr Hardware Co. Balance of stock. Catalogues now ready. May b" had on application at Hayr Go's office or the auctioneer. Binding up the sores that grieve them With soft bands that spiders weave I hem. Heartening them with'fennel brew. Bathing them in blessed dew: Till (.he rabbits ami tfie crickets Leap once more among the thickets. Till Hie butterfly and wren Take the trails of air again. Life." MURDER MYSTERY - New York. Feb. 14.-Another murder mystery confronted the police today when the strangled body of Mrs. Helen llanunel was found lying on a couch in the basement or* a-house in West 'Jllrd street. A napkin satura'ed, willi blood was knotted tightly around the throat. YES! MAGICALLY! CORNS LIFT OUT WITH FINGERS VIOLATED FUEL CONTROL ORDER ivnoxville, Tenn., Feb. 14.- The federal grand jury here to- j day returned X\ indictments , I against 47 defendants, Including coal operators, coal dealers and coal brokers of the East Tennessee field, charging violation of the fuei control bill. You simply say to the drug store man. "Give me a quarter of an ounce of freefone." This will cost very little but. is sufficient to remove every hard or soft corn from one's feet. A f'-w drops of this new ether compound applied directly upon a tender, aching corn should relieve the soreness instantly, and soon the entire corn, root and all. dries up and can be lifted out with the fingers. This new way lo rid one's feet^ol corns was introductd by a Cincinnati' man. who says (hat. while freezone ia sticky, it dries in a moment, and simply shrivels up the corn without inflaming or even irritating the sur- '* rounding tissue or skin. Don't let father die of "'infection av lockjaw from whittling at his corns, but clip this out and make him fry it. -Advertisement. �fit Friday Next Auction sale of furniture Including Pianoforte at 502 14th S�. S. Saturday �Next at Court House At 1" o'clock. Sale "of Dwelling House,--826 8th SI. South. FRANK WADDINGTON , AUCTIONEER Office and Sale Rooms, S. O. E. Block, Tenth St. S. Phone 770 Res. 469 A Common Occurrence In Our Practice Al-'ATllJ.NT came into our office and said, "Doctor. I have been very much run down in health recently, suffering from indigestion and nervousness, and now my teeth are giving me trouble." That patient was fully convinced that the state of his health was responsible for the condition of his teeth. As a matter of fact, it was just the other way around. His bad teeth were directly responsible for his poor health. There are thousands just, like liim today; their foul teeth contaminate every morsel of food which they eat, and ill health is the result. Let us correct your tooth I roubles. Your Jiealth will immediately improve, and remember - Dentistry As We Practise It Is a Gentle Art. Drs. Bruner, Richards and Nelson Ott Slk., 4 Doors from Lethbridge Hotel, Lethbridge LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA CALGARY OFFICE-115A EIGHTH AVENUE E. EDMONTON OFFICE-3 CRISTALL BLOCK ;