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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 14, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta ') IIUUSDiVY, EEBRtiARY 14, 1918 THE Lb-^lBRnJOr- nAILY HERALD PAGENINII Everywhere and Always ENO'S FRUIT SALT :rl'.FKUir A aiHtontul of Eno'M Frtilt Salt in^a glam ot watar It tpmrhUng SflL' ot wmtmr make* a deUghtftit �irink--fool, mrhUng and ef/mrvmacent, ' T;'NO'S"FRiriTSALT"lstheb�st tonic and dijrestiv* ragu-" latorever propared-a stife &nd valuable remedy at. all times. Be prepared for emertrenclta Uj'�ya havtnir .a bottle in the house. Ask your DpufffflttinrBNO'S-the only genuine "FBUIT SALT"-and bow*n of Imltatlonil .; Pr�p*rMl only by J. O. KNO.', rrJit fait" Worfca, London, Bnc. far North awHcai MABOLD P. WITOMIK � OOii, Uiwl���lt 10 McO�ul a�f�, To�om> 8J DEAfH OF SPRING-RICE :\Vas Capable and Devoted Public Seryant~Interested in Cdriada Ottnwa.'reb. 14.-Sir Robert Borden, Iirime minister, today Isaued the following: "The HOWS of'SirOecII Spi'Ing-Rlce's  HuJdon and untimely death will he received .with deep sorrow throughout the Doinifilon �nd especially by those who liiul tlie pi'lvllego of intimnte ac-nualiitance and (rleudshlp with lilm. During his long years ot service to the empire he proved hlmaelt to be a moat capable and devoted public servant. Kspocially during the last three and a half years, under conditions of great difficulty and delicacy ajid. in matters of the most yltal moment, his rare discretion and excellent Judgment .wore of Inestimable value to- the British Kmpire and to all are paying for. Here U ib* Vinol formula. Wbea the doctor .naAm> �wnluaiCltistc, UmaaBaaikdaOlyttfs- nhanautM. CaocAilfl. Any doctor wiU tell you Uiat thelii.-arcdicntai of Vlnbl. aa named abov�, will enrich the blood and baniah ana*-mia and create atrengthl Whan the blood ia pure and rich and red, th� body ia etrong and robuat. ^ v' You can |>irove thia at our ^siianBe because your moiiey will be returned If Vinol doea not improve your healMi^ "Good morrow 'tis St. Vnlcntlnes day, All In the morninK l)otimns. And 1 .a. maid at .vom- window, To beybur valentine-" There will be nu (^)ioir praolloe-at Knox church FrWuy nvening.   � Teachers tralniiiK dus.s will meet tohiglit, at-Knox church at 7.S0. 'Mr. aiid Mrs. G. I). .MaoKay, return to town this affeinooii. : ��:.;  * Ar,thilr iBarnsley hiis returned from ttttendliigkthe motor hIiow in Chicago. -�. M'-  ' Vitkon Is visiting with Mrs. P. FoTster of Victoria Mansions. The Major .lack Ross chapter will sow ift- tho Red Cross rooms tonight at 7;45.5e,gpld ink, red card-bbar^ and gilded arrowy being seen whieh' anyone is unkind enough i to peek in. The night of the 13th was almost like Chrlstmas^vo. I was so excited that I could hardly sleep, for his enthusiasm was infectious. Just before going to bed he laissed aroui^d a large cardboard box with a slit in the lop. Into this all the family had to put their valentines (In sealed envelopes). Even the dog and cot were hot forgotten, for I saw twb envelopes Growing Boys need it ! J. D. HIOINBOTHAM 4 COit Orudfllats, .Lethbridge. Also at the beat drugglate In Albarta towni. all UNIQUE OlfePLAY^ OF WASH GOODS AT "THK BAY." MAKE YOUR 8UM> MERfDREBB NOW. 4LMOST eveiything you eat nowadays costs Z\ more than it used to-except FRY'S COCOA. � Here, at the same price, you get the fine, rich, delicious nourislimeht that has made FRY'S famous for 200 years. The manufacturing process being . exclusive, the result is a Cocoa of exquisite flavour, very soluble and economical. Your money can hardly buy' an equal quantity of nourishment in any other food. You can easily prove this by getting a tin of FRY'S to-day. Truest economy-use FRY'S A. wel^ Is municipal; regent of the'I. O. I). 15. in "ChllUwaek. B. C. C' : : * .> fl. ^ ^sj. o > >� Past the oldest woodchuck's burrow Whore the forest meets the furrow, . Close beside a tumbled wall Lies the fairies' hospital. Thltlier from theii;. rocky cellars Come the little cavern-dwellers Tliither, wounded, bruised and broke Flock the wood and meadow folk. Tortoises with cleft' cuirasses, I impy-legged" lipppel'grasses, Minks with 'dajnaged paws in sliiigs, Boboliiiks "with tattered wings, Draggled butterflies, and millers, Crippled snakes, ajiid 'caterpillars, Ailing' rabbits, deiited snails,  Hirpling down cqiixverglng .trails-Toward that platd ot healing wend tliera. Gentle elfin hands shall tend them There, with all the herbs and worts That are remedies for hurts. UNITED TAXI SERVICE' . - PHONE W.' 6S-r� addressed Mr. S. Cat and.Mr. \y. Pup ,rr-^�4 they /even sent valehtines as I ttUtiovel-ed this morning at breakfast when tile box was opened in great state: The one from Mr. S/Gat was a jewel a large red heart iMejrce^ by an arrow Bifd in gold letrers; "You may bo a visitor, but I like you." On tho back a delightful picture of a cat looking at the moon and "From thereat-This is roe." Many'thanks, snoozer, I am glad I am popular with such an important,, niemboi'. of the., family. St. Yoleiitine did not fuf-gat one of. us and*! thank the little boy for 'mn|� Ing ufl^kll take an interestr; again In the pretty old customs whl0)| we irh apt to forget just i^ow, in these serious times. |^TIONEER Office and Qale Rooms, 8. O. E. , Block,-Tenth 8t. B.i >v �Phen4',770-,' ' ,  . Raa. 4�� iBIndiug up the sores that grieve them With soft bands that spiders weave them, Heartening them with'fennel brew, Batliing them In blessed dew,.-Till the rabbits and tfiq crickets Leap once more among the (hickets. Till the butterfly and wren , Tak6 the trails of air agalft. ^ "Lire." MURDER MYSTERY YES! MAGICALLY! CORNS LIFT OUT WITH FINGERS � New Y0rk, li'eb. 14.-AnoUier murder mystery confronted the police today when the strangled body of Mrs. Helen Hamrael was, found lying on a couch in the baseirient ol^ a-house in West 23rd street. A napkin saturaUul J wltli blood was knotted tightly around the throat. , ' VIOLATED FUEL CONTROL ORDER Knoxvllle, Tenn., Feb. 14.- 1'ho federal grand jury here, today returned 23 .Ipdlctments against 47 defendants, Including coal operators, coal dealers and coal brokers Ot the East Tennessee field, charging violation ot the fuel control bill. You simply say to the drug stord man, "Give me a quarter of an ounce ot treezone." This will cost very little but is sufficient to remove every bard or soft corn from one's feet. A tew'drops of this new ether com^ pounds applied directly upon a tender, aching corn should relieve the sore, ness instantly, and, soon the entice corn, root and all. dries up: knd cau-be lifted out with the fingers! ; rThis new way to rifl one's .t(5et^pt corns was introductd. by a .Clhcinni\tl' inan. Who says that, while freezone Ja silcky, it dries in a ihoment,'. and'slip*; ))ly slirlvols up the cprn without inflaming or even Irritating the auiV' rounding tissue or skin. ' ' ' Don't let father die :Ot3'CRli|TALL BLOCK'^i^^^ Dentistry As We Practise ItlsaGientle'Art. 08 ;