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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 15, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta ESDAY, FBiJttUARX 15, 1916 THE LETHBRIDGE DAILV it-^lCALO PAGE FIVE s i the finest Tea-producing countiy in he wdrld. v fe^klfQmtheGairdens jCELLARS FLOODED DURING BIG IHAW tVyitr^it's delicious; BLACK GREEN or MIXED. L,D. S. Missionaries Leave on Tour Ah btd, Family Cough Ret^edy, Home-Made BMlIjr rrepared -Coa�ii Verr Llltlci, but !� I'rampt, Bare , ' .. ana Bffcctlve CarUaton, fob. J.4.^Twlc9 each year tlio northern wards of the Church of JosuB Christ- of,'Latter Day Saints are visited by missionaries and representatives from i' eacl? : organization. Following Is UiBi'party which loft on Saturday �niornlug: Thos. DiiCe of the stake presldencyi I.,M. Coombs, stake , Sunday flphools;' Air's.' Annie Snow, ,6mlon, Keb. 15.-Tl'ai;liauicnl rc-isembltd today. Kinn ClcorRc's leech from the t throne follow.s : i"My Lords and "enllc.ncn --It hasZ-j^'-i^j^^J^^^;:K'^te^T^;: en my duty to .sumn.ons "vou atler - T.^a Cahooh; hlgTcoua- ir'T.r^pi'r?t'^of";'^"a']liet'm^y' " '""'^^ �*^^"' :oplc,-nvl>o are united in this con- %^uo^^i^e are the special misslon-ct by the cvcr-slrnnKthc,inK ties of appointmenta for the local wards: mpathy and unjIcrstanduiK. remains j p ^^^^^ ^,3^ cadfast in the resolve to secure rc- Taylorvllle, H. M.' Dudley, John H. iration tor the victims ot unprmol^- ^^^^^^ Wbolford; Frank ,May, Thos. and unjustifiable outrage and cf- j vviisori;:Aetna,'S.'S. Newton, .Tas. ctual safeguards tor all nations p, p p akrivnr ir Rnv ;ainst the aRKression of POwer f,r,^,^f,^ "^^^^^^^ hich;>mistakcs force tor riRht ami kert Hartley; M'oujitain View. Nylc xpediMicy for honor. I Brown, C. T. Marsden Jr.; Hill Spring j"WHh proud and grateful confidence ^ ^olsey; Olenwood, , look to the couraiic, tenacity and - . , ...f. , esourccs of my nav -nd army, on 'horn wo depend worthily." Commissioner Oracc of the public works department would channe places today Avith most anybody. For three solid hours tliis mominK he has been answoririg the telephone trying to pacify wrathy citizens whose cellars might be used today for swimming pools, land locked harbors or something else which tlii^ household- the police barracks whore they will; be sobered up for trial. , DANISH ARTIST DEAD . Copenhagen, Feb. 1-1--Vllhelm Ham-raershoej, ono of, the most prominent Danish artists, died Sunday .'.Ho was born in 1864. The Man Who Looks Ahead Most i)ersons liiivc sonic goal lo wlycli lliey .steer their hopes, but many Ihouyhllessly' ivmiervc the hand, and duir llie braui by ftudly livuig, theiv wonder why success is not achieved. ' { Anionfi the everyday liabils of life Ihiil ol'lcn'upsel liealth are lea and coiTee drinking-ancient and respectable customs, but harmful lo many. . jv 'flic/average cup of tea or coll'ec contains from IV2I0.3 grains of caffeine, which, gradually accumulal-id^ hi Ihe syslem, oflen causes nervous prostralion, hearl U'ouble, menial depression, elo. i There's an easy way out of lea and coffee troubles -t[uil both lea and cotfce imd use POSTUM This piu'c food-drink is a simple c^mbiijidion of whole wheat roasted with a lillle wholesome molasses -nothing else.. 11 has a snappy, aromalfc flavour, but is entirely free frqm the drug, calfeiue,, .oij. any other jIi-jurlous substance. ; ' Thttre'are Iwo forins of Poslum.,Thci original Pos-. turn Cereal, must be boiled,^ 15c and' 25c'packages; Instant Postuiii, soluble in a cup of hot watef, 30c and 50c. tins. Bolh have, equal flavour, and cost about Ihe same. For tjioso wlio api)rcciate the opportunity and pow-cu', that goes Ayi^h health ! j, - "'"There' a| Reason" ^ �.'�'for'pdsTiJM."-:^ Mad^ in Gnnadsi / S({ild by Gvocc-rn, Raising Money for Recruiting Fund of Kilties 'By makinR this olcltimc couKh syrup at homo you not only nave about $Z, as oomparod with tlie romiy-inadi! kind, but you will also nave a nmoli more prompt and positive remedy in ovcrv way. It overcomes the usual rougliH, throat and chest cpld? in 24 hours-relieves even wIibopInK- counh qiiiiklv-and is excellent, too, for bronchitis, brnnchini asthma, lioarsencBB and Hijnsinodic croup. Oet .from .any drug store 2Vfe ouncos of Pinex (BO cents worthl, pour it into a 16-onn90 bottle and till tlic bottle with 'plain granulated supnr syrup. Full directions wilhl'inex.. Konps perfectly and � tastes 'good.'  You ci^n feel this taUir hold of a cough or cold in a way thai innans business. It ?nickly looBons the dry, hoarse or pain-ul cough, and olso lirals the inflamed ' membranes. It also 1ms a remarkable effect in overcoming tlm jiersiatont looBC cough bv stonping tlie formation of phlegm iii the throat and bropclilal tubes. The effect of pine nn the membranes is known by almost evcrv one. Pincx is a most vafHablc concenlrnted componnd of genuine Norway i�inp extract, combined with guaincol and other natural healing pine elements. There are many wortldess imitations of this famous mixture. To avoid disappointment, ask your druggist for "2% ounces of Pinex," and do not accept anything else. � A guarantee of absolute satisfaction, or money promptly refunded, goes with this preparation. The Pinex Co., Toronto, Out. Witih the recruiting campaign in the districts ' found �Lethbridge taking shape and bringing results, the bx-penacs of the campaign are growing, and if the good work Is to go on these expenses must be met. Commissioner Orncn is chairman of the comniittes to raise funds for this purpose. Up till today lie had raised $74. This morning he dropped round to see J. H. Lee, manager of the Alexandra hotel, and as usual Mr. Lcc came up to the mark with a fine donation. A cliequc from the .Mexandra for $50 went to swell the funds. This will cover the expenses of getting quite ; number of recruits. Five recruits added to the list this morning hctperi to swell the total. Thi, number of Kilties is now nearihg tlic 50Q mark. The latest additions are, .J. C. Kerens, miner, Canadian PHONE 1224 ,S. Reeve, clerk, lOng.; U. Card, cbauf- the Mas' fcur, .\nicrican ; H. F. Davis, musician, American, and A. Naismith, farmer, Scotch. First Route Marcli The lirsL route march of the Kilties tQok place yesterday down through tlie business section ot the city. The regiment was headedi by the new bugle band, .arfd riiade. a splendid impression. }t i^ the ifatcntion to let the citizens' sec a good deal of the Kilties on parade, now � that the weather has moderated. The three bands will be in commission soon. Will Have Whole American Brigade Toronto, Feb. 14.-Canada Is to have on the Bring line In Flanders a full brigade ot some 5000 "American-born." Sir Sam Hughes, minister of inllltla, has authorized Major C. Seymour Bullock, late of New York, now of the 97tli battalion, American legion, stationed at exhibition camp here, to complete plans for a Dominion-wide campaign lor men ot American birth or parentage t.o join Uie Canadian array. ,  With a view to facilitating the speedy enlistment of the men from all parts of the Dominion, Sir Sam Hughes had ordered tho mllltayy aur thorltles to open ofllces In Vancouvar, Calgary, Saskatoon, Winnipeg, Fort William and Toronto, Montreal, Quebec, St. .lohn and Halifax. In this way it Is expected that over 5000 iVmerlcan-born will be fully equipped and trained to the minute tot active service in October or November. Mr. Geo. Stacey has left for a month's visit at the coast. Mis.s Cosgrovc has returned from a week's visit with friends in Calgary. * * * Mrs; D. J. Hay is entertaining her cousin,- Mrs. McFadden and children, of Maclood. * * * The unmarried members ot the I. O. D. D. are asked to meet at the home of Miss Bawden tonight at S o'clock to make scrap books. .  �  w  The Maple Loat Chapter, O.B.S., are holding a card party tonight in Dnic hall. Kvery member has Valcdrtier Camp Cost$2,000MQ Ottawa, Feb. 14.-Details of Canada's war expenditure for , tho first eight months of the war wore given to parliament today in a fourth vol-umo of the auditor-general's rediort for the last fiscal year. The more interesting Items and Irregularltios have already been made public through medium of war purchases Investigating committees of parliament und of Sir Charles Davidson. The Canadiaii Pacific railway drew over ?l,0d0,000 for transporting the, troops, Tlie' Ross Rifio company; got $033,000 for rifles and so forth ,up to March,31 last. The total number of now rifles siipiilled up, to that time was given at 14,000. Tlie cost ot: Vnl-cartier camp, inoliidtng nav and nmUv-tenaneo of the 35,000 Boldiors;'who ware there during September and Oc. lobar, was $21179,000, The trade and oommorce department rjiont $3,003,000 for Canada's gift of, flour to the iiiotherlnud. WEDNESDAY -: SPECIALS:- HEAVY QUALITY CASEMENT CLOTH - in cream and rose shades, only 50 In. 9Rfl wide. Regular 4oc, special per yard .. COLORED BORDERED SCRIMS, 40 in. wide, on cream grounds. Regular 35c and 45c. Special per yard ...............,. COCOA DOOR MATS-Heavy (luality 4 A largo sizes, special each ......... ^lalO LADIES' FOUR smart styles. $3,00 for ____ STRAP SLIPPERS-Vicl Kid; All sizes. Regular $2.49 MEN'S HEAVY K BOOTS, in black C^A fin and tan, all sizes. Regular $G,50, for ^H'aWU A Special Line of Beautiful New Waists for $L19... In Voiles, Basket Voiles and Lawns, handsomely trimmed with lace and embroidery. Slzo from 34 to 44. Reg. r 4 4 Q $2.00 for special.... * I � I ** Silk Sweaters .'loosens BUd takos QUt every p�rtiol6 ; April I, an all round betterment in,'dust, dirt and dandruf.-Advertise-the financial position as compared,' ' \yith last year of $51,709,000. By March 31, betterment'Would probably amount to-$57,000,000,  T .'l Sir Thomas next dealt with war - ,,. , expenditure, noting at tlie'outset.that and miners, continued today^to discuss $150,000,000 had hecn vbted for,that, coal mining Problems in con^^^^ STILL CONFERRING  Mobile, Ala.,; Feb. 14.-Opei-atorB for additional amounts of at.loast, Western PennBylvanla. At an adjourn-$$250,000,000. From the outbrealcot "ent Friday P^^^ war to tho end of Januarv. war ex- cent, per ton increase for miners was penditures had besn' .$158,000,000. l>o'"e considered. _____ HAD RASH 7 YEARS! YET ZAM-BUK CURED IT. " Never again shall I-uso oheapi common olutments, sinoo I have proved how Avoiiderful'- Zam-Buk is." 'So writes Mrp, JooValiiere,' of 903 Hale St, liJscanaba, Mioh.v She adds: "For seven years i suffered with a rash on my hands, which all 'the ointments I usod-r-and . I used many-failed to euro. I had dospfilrpd of ever flndlngi roliei: whq^ L heard of Zam-Bult, and-as a last rosort determined to a trial; It was not long before I found that Sam-CvH is npprdJnai;y ointment! Zam-Buk wa^ proylpg itsolt capable of doing wh^t .all tbp qthor ointments had failed to do-it wiva oitecting u euro.' , : ' Naturally, .finding this out, I per-severed with it; and its use reauUed In a complete cure, r have had no return of the .rfish since, bo I know tho euro is pormanont, liAftor seven' years ot useless trying qt remedies, I appreciate tho great lioallpg power of Zam'Buk,"  It you aro troubled with eczema, ulcers, or oruptlonB, you will, find Zamr Buk equally ofl'ectho; piso for rlns-wormr runntnij soros. blood-poison, ab-' Bconaoa, pimplei, cold sores, chapped handi. pHo.). burns, fUto, .bruises, spralna, etc AW drucsist* and Btpvf?, 50o hox, or rf>?t ?rfo fer prico irom j^Biij.TJvk' Co., ToTQjjto. .s'RefusQ harmful substUiil93i9^(l,i iniilpllous. , . "The general positloir of our finances," said the tninistqr, "has been that while our revenues; have been increasing and our ordinary and capital expenditures declining, our 'war oxpeiidituro has been mounting rapidly. Our problem is-to fill the pap bo-tween tho revenue and outlay," . � Sir Thomas then prpccedod to  explain in some detail the loan .issuos ot the current fi.scnii year, i including tho dotnestio loan of $100,000iO00; As I a conseqiicnoo ot this sucooBstui" flota-I tion tor hn amount .douhlo what was ' originally asked it-has ibf�n possible | .to place the sum of $50,000,000 .to i the credit of the Imperial; govornmeiit for tlio payment of munitions account?. This ovorcamo to a larfis (vx-I tent the serious disadvantage arising ] out of adverse sterling/exchange cou-' ditions, :�  . Sir Thomas then "slated th^t 'sjnco GIBLS! GIRLS! TRY IT! STOP DANDRUFF AND BEAUTIFY YDUR HAIR HAIR STOPS FALLING OUT AND GETS THICK, WAVY, STR0NG:?'5si . AND BEAUTIFUL.' -- . Your hair becomes light,, wavy;! fluffy, abundant and appears as sc^ttiy lustrous and beautiful; a�,a youngg girl's after a "Danderlnq "halrM cloanso." Just trj' � this-molBten.'M!4 cloth with a little DauderlneT apdf tho beginning of the serious decline in carefully draw it through your hair,'-> sterling exchange Iroia June last on-' taking one small atrand nt ft,tiineJ,'| wards the government,had been ahlo' to finance our oxpoiisps m Canada withput assistance from the Imporial treasury, thereby oitecting . a ..great saving. .,.�.:�;.'.�'�;>.:,.�.;. Summarizing tho finanolal situation Iio said .tliat with tl\o-^ovonue:, 'of $170,000,000 and un^vordinary.oxpbft-dit of $125,000,000 tho Dominion \youId have a surplus .'o(-.i;evcniiDi,bvor ordinary expenditure'Of i'Slfl.OqOiOQO,'' This will cleanse the hair:of;dilB dirt and oxcosslve oil and in justt tow moments you have doubled the? heauty of your hair. , Besides beautifying tlie hair' ^e,^ onoe,^ Danderino' dissoivea^ evevyjipi^ tide ot dnndrull'; cleanses, pnyi' and Invlgoiatos tho .Bcalp,,, fo; Stopping itching and falling baiF' I^ut what will please you^m'p^'-hc^ 'attor a fow wcoitB*; uBa >fW will uQtually BOO now l^MRnffln downy at first;-yes^buf rh""-' ))Bir giowlngfi'aU-'9vev�*1;:fc TAXING GERMAl>^QO'ODS ^ .....y,.,, Wellington, vl;i Jxiudo)), .iTob. Ji,~ you jsaro toy pretty.'>BQt!!'Jii The Nov," 'kr ' ?Rnt, pxtr' . '"landerln^ Jronv wy't-4j'i>k-, duty hi? levied on t^ll Ueiflipau "eac.f 1 . counifn', and. just tryjlt ftUcr the war.' , .,V ^ ., -MU ,' ;