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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - February 16, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta [TUESDAY, FEIJRUAHY is, 1915 T 1110 LE'l'II UK 1IJG 1C DAILY HERALD PAGE FIVE OF LATE MK. A. Effl TALK ABOUI J OtUwa, Kcb. people of llic c'iipftal hai'a iocovorud l-o n lai'xb Txtetit from the thrill of tout niithl, Kvlrtii it was reported three nero- lilaiics passed over fii'ockvillc on Wieir fvay to tlie capital dropping IJKl'l ijuiiiL'5 cji route. The mcsaagc cjime lo 1'remier Hurdeii, who nt onoc JiiuiLicutal with Col. rt. r. Sjisnvooil, lor I be Dominion who in lutn had confiriiiutiuu of report from the ch-iei of police lit Urockville. The majority of th'-1 re- Js-jt ini Lt> of llie capital (Jiil nol. 'iiiow of the they sup- j pjosccl to be in until tiicr Mie linoviiing papers. i liMoutil mid olhor government build- l-o BJVO IJjE cnpjlnl a consider- able thrill. The raid did not m.ilcr- JinliKc, and despite limiuirics Lhe uhereabouts of lhe in- aerojilanes have nnt Icalotl. Tlie iiuLlioritios :uc cunsider- whclher it will he advisable to tiiiuc precautionary measures to- iiighL, H they decide to dti HO there be no evening sitt-ina; of the ise. Last nig-hl there were but few in the House, but Mir put- uiit 01 the lights sent most of llhesc slipping and staler ing down: llJie dark, icy incline leading irom the 11 louse to tlie slree-ls bslow ami only i few of tlit newspaper correspondents. CPANDfiO.'J OF FOUNDCH OF rcmaiiiDd bc'lnmi In the press room to u'atcli duvoJOjHiicnf.s and I'djuu'l tliem as LrtLiiRfjlred.' The rumble ol two eighteen-pound RUus dragged by three teams through tJic st-veow HUB mutiilug, brought many people to their windows under I'ho Impression that- the exucctwl raid had really commenced and that RUimeiG wnu on their to take n. Jiftiwl. U'liddisL they were or not, not known, hut thoy only cajue us far us the ImrtiU'fcs on Cfiriier' -square ;iiui i-.l-opjitMl- Hicro, The authorities decided that llie lifihi- 'on l-lie (jarlminenliiry toiver ;iml lending up io the building wUl not lights tonight. WiMiiii the liuildin; lighta hum and tun mot-! lo "Business nK usual" will prevail, j JOKBSMITHS DID IT Toronto, Feb. as1 to His reported jiaro plane raid over HjrcckviJIe, Out-, shows that jokers iu Morii-itoun, uii tin- side of the ti t. Lawrence tlio up Jit they would "throw a .scare" into Canada and sent up three fire bal- loons. None of the this mccnlng were sure ot having heard Tne scyno of llie ..hooting of Mr. C. A., uiir noises during the like the Of Lite .Masaey-HarriM fX-uipany. A nt-wMw, Ihc sound of aeroplanes. Wreckage oi a nayg .Mr. IMaescy readied, Ino veranda v.hrii Carrie fire Ir.iMocm was found ca tlie ice oi shoe. 'He slu scored down the steps .is .nJie Turd the river. Walk to Ihc street where he fell dead. A man named Fred Anderson, of CriirlpJi, declares he a aw moving lights floating over the agricultural college there fit this morning. f l'-.-._-_-i (The l laic Mr. C. A. a member of r rroininiril family, who ahsl Jit tl.c to Ills home in llir cvenln-i of February nn dPirica'ut named Car ric Dr.viec. ivac employed by Mm. His BO II, Albert, rjao appears in the Divvies iu and nJon Loss of Sugar Factory Taken Acre- age to be Cropped Cairclslon, Fab. 15. annual hail ice a month. I nice-Line; oi tlie Cards ton Creamery The financial statement presented bp I association jvas Held oil' Saturday tlio Ihc treasurer of thu Cartlslou Cream and was tlic fourth Annual meet- err .Association was most satisfuc- ling of the association. secretary's showing a healthv balance in IrcSort %as most iiilcrcsLinB ab it liallll pjvins lhe shareholders a Islioircil by far the most successful dividend of ten per cent., and alter Ivear as vet, both a Imar.cial considerable improvement had been (point as also from the voliiAic of made io the bi' tlie ofiralsi1'- -Jast one I business done by the CardsLonCEcain-larBcr cold Wage facilities the fanners, and one would almost crv. other necessaries. S0 that with thrae 1 Curing the last year 1G5.QOO pounds improvements and increased storage I of nutter were made. The increase in facilities, and a balance in the bank, luusinws is interesting for, durinK the lhe Canlstoii Creamerv starts Ivcar lhe ciearnery made uic ncw- Vcar with every prospec Ibs. of., huttcr, in 1D13-19H, having a. Iiiggflr yca-c >Tet and com in j His., and in lfll-l-1915, Ki5r out still hither'ahead at I UOil lljs., i.e., the increase in three, annual meeting ii niuiost Irchlu the output pi A larger dividend micht have been A1 a- Pe1j- season with ccufl Its "eaple are fu" baheve, l'P tbe Bui such IB not _ ihe case. into Pears Lhat yruchcally all hope 01 hc-.d- ct 01mff sugar factory hns pone, but, I stead of giving uit in despair, the I munity Is meeting the proposition and philosophically. While It will be u, blow to (.he town and dis- pnttine into I I3ut the river of butter will have lo Thr result of the year's work re- acreage sown to wheat. Seed is U-ise a good way in Alberta before it fleets great credit upon the officcis of bcmE provided by the government, Lhe Blhaon filling Co., and every cause a ami all t-hc hiitler llie association, and perhaps ____ could be nia.dc in the district especially, upon, the manager, Mr. Me-'aVaifiUl fwould nol, altcct the market. The gov-j This result is also a great t. Irrnmcnfc figure's 'arc Tint to hand lor; and good advertisement for the mix-i better- Old-Limcrs arc Drcdlctin- lhe available acre will be sown. Prospects evcr beUer- TlieJ' could not be 11914, hut in 1913'there was cd farming I tiiretl in Alberta Us. of we consider tjiat ......._B_ I huttcr, and Ibs. were will he.hringini-- in crtam to the I ped in, so we liavc still wayj Canlston Creajnery, in the coming I to ro to catcli up nnd prevent "thi; ini- year, and that considerable territory I jiortation of liultc.r, as we are pro- has been added since Jasfc 'year. One less tlian half of what we j rule oi .the association that only one fiit, especial Is' -vcar In the histor-v c a still terri- souVlp The sloean of nation. rioiispi and Production" lias (he aJ: the seixei ffirmcrE. aud they are nobly re- ondius to tlie call. The year 1914 'ft'as not" so bail frmn a-buslncss noint of view. The munici- I share in the nreamery can be held hy is in a. nourishing ccnrlUion fi- (financially, us is aisc- ihe Schcol Board, I Comfortable surpluses were announc- Dunawortli need, of.hutlcr sold this stockholder has been strictly J year to Lhe Department of ARticul- hcred 'lo, no doubt, has Iturc graded fi7 per'ait 1. specials 32 .snnictliing lo do witli the success ny J eu hy the sccrctnvy-Lreasurers. The an-' enmg and cent, firsts and II per cent, sec- means of steady patronage. There was nual meetings of the various business yesterday. 1 onds, which is a very good recoiil ua.iu out for cream in the last year instliuLlons reveal their siatiiH to be I considering that the prading Oi cream jao.I.lti.lG, and the receipts from and nourlshms- 'lhe Opera I has only Ueun carried on for tv.'o .ma'1? nrr The Mrs. Robert Long anil uoni vis- it with Taher friends. -Miss 1 Foil is arrive ii Mun- day from Toronto when: IILIS bfi.n buying all ihn latest iKtvcHics in millinery for Miss Tilnry. A dcH.u-liiful reunion of former Sa- nioaii missionaries was luMil last, Moti- da> cvtniHg; at the residence of }lr. and .Mrs. V.'ik'oi. A very plcasaiu cvoiiijjjj wan passed in reuvinii lem- inisccnces of the Inlands ami in in- dulging in favorite native customs. Among thG many sciii'Sts was Mr. F. H. Elton, of ton Glohc. A New York IIon. Thomas Chasn Casgraln. jiOBtinastar- (jeacral of CnnaiJa, wat- tnarriad in St. here tMs nifnilns, to Mrs. Slario Louise .Mason of Que- bec. The briuo tias> resided in Paris 1'or Btivenil years, arrived in New York j'nstQrrlay. The ceremony was performtd by Bishop RlaUiieu of Re- giiia, Sask., a cinssmatc of the Post- j iiiaster-aencral. Ruhert Fu'vler'aiid J. j H. Marios signed the. as 'wit- jiesEes. Jr. ivns not announced where the honeymoon would be spent. HonUMiiaiie r-andy '.vill he sold at lhe Majestic theatre tonight iu aid of the Belgian Hnuv Fund. The Parlor social io by the Willard W.C.T.U. at rim homo of'Mrs. Wednesday Again, and as usual, The Hudson's Bay Bargains Will Prove Irresistible Table -Napkins and Towelling's; Let This Chanre Slip '15y iwiiirj. nil pure linen ami full IS inches v.'iiltj, v.'s'ili iii'iit ml Ijonter. IlesuJar jji'lcu pairs in this ilna! clearance nf Boy in sixes Jl Lo W. All S-'.' 75 values Niithl Gowns 79c SiripeJ FltunieletlK Night GQVDS L'or maUe of best niaterinla; all men, all riearly IOU Men's Cashmere Sock.s An opportunity for men to stock uj> In Soek blar'k CMlimere, spliced toes and heels, reg 25c; Ladies' Dressing Sacqncs 95c BeauLil'nl Vclour Flannelette Dressing Sacques. with raglnu tuupire yoke. Pleasing' vnrieiy of col ore and pat- terns, faced Tvith inch ibande of contrasting- color Ilegular price on sale LadieK' Knickers 30c Just price for these Dailies' FlanneleLte Knick- era, mndc of 'best (inality material; regular SOc, 's Bay Co. Ottawa, Feb. Liberals met in caucus ,11115 morning to consider _ ______ ___ thr, sessional program. Tt is under- ably used'some soft usclcsK uiftal, al- stood thab while "they exnrcsscd as soft as zinc. The sole'teat-h- far less complaint, hut they invari- and House Co. csnue tljroush vear io I years, but the great nccessj ty al, creamery was operated on the ovnr-'Imc slln-ue. and Mother 3'car will see I present is quality in order to liolil run and nolliins is now cliarjed [or! tbis mngnificent Duildins clear of debt. our owu market. The licst lhe but'tec. Heretofore and The KnlKht Academy Is enjoying sells rrcely but the poorer class liutler is a drUR in the market Ii wIU be held Thursday QV- J termination not lo oner persistent op- uot Wednesday, as aiinounc- 1'osit-ion to any ol the gorcinment's war measures, including Llic 'The uieeiing of the St. Cyp- is rian's Junior 1V-A. will tie held in the tain features of the government's pro- good, but it is not protected hy nails to fort'ifr jj. against the HJI- in-t-h? tariff and the iornis oi avoidably rough usage given, it by a ation, it was agn-'ed lo criticize crr-j toldier. It'also as a found Pariah room on Saturday at 2.30. The Young Ladies' cliiss of Wesley posals. It is understood that it ivill lie maintained hy the LiheraJs in the Houso that the tarifi increases should otj while factory was working 'its mosL successful year in its history, j church this evening at the'. have been made to apply on all up it was necessary to make Roinney states thai, the en-' w- 3jrs. Patrick 320 7th Arc I goods, hut that there should have i jjceil ccri_ajn exceptions where it possible. The new duties, it will he claimed, will he too high to encour iifie the bringing in of imports. The five per cent, increase in fact, the market for special grade charge for making the buttsr, larger and ihe-work better I A south, at- 8 o'clock. All members butter is never filled. The department this is no longer the case for the ever befflre- graders have not pound of special overrun pTovrdeValf'tlic necessary for Tlllia thc uas no I grade" butter on hanrl and have nol, miming expenses. I particular kick to register. please atlcuti. The Ladies' Aid of the Chris linn church will meet Wednesday afternoon More Weight for Weight n package of Grape-Nuts than in a roast of beef. "Grape-Nuts is meat of wheat and barlev- -a rich, sweel, food, ready to eat'direct from the package with cream or milk. AJ] Hie bonc-makine, blood-mnkinj, mnBcIe-iiiaklng'values or Oioiocsi wheut comfoined with malted barley are afforded in this famous pure food. GR.4PE-.NUTS toing partially prc-digested by long bikliis, gives quickly a wonderful power to in rcluni for tlie small energy required lo dlgMt it. Belter mid more complete nourishment than Grape-Nuts and cream iB diUlr.ult to find; and with the price of meat wny up there's tvuo economy, Thin sturdy food is sold by Grocers everywhere, In wax-sealed packages. Thousands make it a part of tlieir daily breakfasts. "There's a Reason" for Grape-Nuts Canadian Postum Cereal Co., Lid., Ont. at 2 o'clock to wnrlt. All the ladies of the congregation are asked to at- j tend, as there will be plenty oi work for ad, tin; meeting to he in the j church on Third Ave. j A nciv fund lo your nickels I and dimes has appeared' on the hori- zoii. That is the Relgian Baby Fund, j and no appeal could be made that would reach more hrarts. Babies are dying in starving Belgium every day for lack of fresh milk' ;md now some- thing is to be done iji an cJTort to save them. On Friday evening of this week a. social will be held at home of Col. C. K. Page, 1231 5th in aid of the Belgian Baby A good program is being pro- vided and a silver collection will he lalccn in aid oi the cause. The Ladies Aid of ihe First Baptist church will meet this week 'with ilrs. JA.E. Smith, 1203 Fourth avenue SouMi, the British preference lax, it, is under- stood, will also be objected to by the opposition. Although no oiHcial state- matt iras made to Ihc caucus it is understood that ib was practically agreed not to press any amendments which might lie moved to a division. It is. also understood Uiere was talk of asking ior Lhe appoint- ment oi a committee lo inquire into purchases by rlie militia depattnieiils other than hoots.; _ INVESTIGATE. HOOT. SCAiVDAL Ottawa, Feb. In the commons this afternoon Lhe premier announced thai he M'oulrf inovs tomorrow for the appointment of a special committee of seven to investigate (lie purchase of boots for the Canadian contingent. Sir Uohecfc asked the opposition er to let him have the names of three Liberals who would act on the com-1 mibtce. The report of the. court oi cuquiiy I ordered io enquire into and report at 2.30. Aternoon tea wKl be served upon complaints made regarding tlie and a collection taken. Sewing for the [quality of brown ankle boots -provid- setcerg will IJG done and all ladies for the troops was then taUed. the congregation y'M be made wel- come. under NOT A [SOLDIER BOOT As to sst suitable lor their work, the court considers. this boot unsuitable for use sol- diers for tha following reasons, (a) the shape is such that the average foot lias not room for the tree move- ment of the toes, consequently can- not tc considered suitable for march- ing (b) thn leather, uppers and soles perfectly dry containing- no" grease of any kind and consequently -quickly absorbs water (c) soles and heels arc not reinforced with metal and consequently the leather soon wears down, especially .rfoirn ivel. ONTARIO'S NEW OPENS THE LEGISLATURE NOSE CLOGGED FROM A COLD OR CATARRH I Noalrils Open Up Ah' What relief! Your clogged uogtrils open right up, the air -pass: ages o[ your head are clear and you can breathe freely. No more haivlt- niuitllng, mucous discharge, headuche, dry struggling for; breath, at alglit, your cold or catarrh Dou'i stay p.iufied up! Get a small bottle of Ely's Cream. Balm from your ggigt now. Apply a little of.'thia fregrani, antiseptic cream -In your nostrils, let it panetrate through every aii o( the head; soothe and heal the swollen, inflamed mu- cous membrane, giving you instant relief. Ely's Cream 'Balm is just what every cold and catarrh sufferer. has been seeking-. It's Just splendid. For sale by J. Higinbotham Co. Advt. Toronto, Feb. opening thc Ontario legislature this afternoon was usual -formal society- event. Thc cannon boomed forth as the new Lieut.-Governor, Col.- 0. S.- Hendrie, arrived in state. Dr. David Jamieson vas duly elected speaker. -The Lieut.- [Jovcrno'r read the. speech from the hronc to a house packed with hand- Marsh read a very Interesting paper at (lie meeting of the Knox cliurcb Y.P.S-, which was very much enjoyed by nreseiif. fJ very thing Is in readiness for the "Mason's" dnnce, to he uivon by Leth- hridge Lodge No. 39 A.F. A.M. to- night fn tlie .Masonic ball. This is the last dnnce prior to the Lenten season, and an enjoyable time is expetted. The ladles of the Mnple Leaf Chapter No. O.E.S. will furnish thc refreshments, and Gaskell's orchestra wjll provide the niualc. A quiet wedding Wfis Allen, to represent (I) Arc the boots complained ol de- fective, if so, in what respect This hoard considers that the hoot as generally supplied is ileiective in Ihe- lollowing respects (a) unsuilr- able shape, (b) unsuitable maUc, (c) leatlier contains no water resisting mrdium as dubbing or other heels and soles are unprotected, (e) the sole filling is often poor qual- Did the bools owing to (n) inferior workmanship, L) inferior material? In reply to question (a) the hoard says, as a general rule, no, though it is so in n small percentage oi in- stances found. In regard to question snj-s yes, tut only in n the home of Mrs. J. A. Lyle, Monday, Cll Way. Tim'heels and soles particu- Fubruary 15, when Jfiss j lariy 'the former, hcing unprotected Harriet (lilmer, wne united In mar- lmvo bcon the chief cause for cnm- riage to Clayton T. Rltzer of Ibis city, Rev. Mr, Grant officiating. The bride wore r. pretty gown of charmeuse, sat- n and carried crimson roses. Mi-, and Mrs. Rltzer left on the nftcmoon train for Provost, Alta., where they win Had thn makers used slesl slugs in liccls as directed liy the specifications, there would have been BRITISH STEAMER WAVELET HIT3 MINE: CREW DROWNED London, Feb. British steam er Wavelet, 1918: Cole, from Penaacola, Fla., for "Leltb, Scot- land, encountered a the chan iiftl ami 'was badly dauiagod- -The ship- per by prompt action succeeded in beaching his near Deal. A small boat from the Wavelet carrying the first oilicer and a number of the crew, left the Khii> and was capsized. All the men in it were drowned. INVESTIGATE SCANDAL Ottawa, Onl., Feb. Robert Borden announced In the House this afternoon that it had been decided to appoint -i special commit lee or the house to investigate the question of the boots the Canadian troops.. He will move tlie appointment c-C a special committee of seven to- TAKE SALTS TO FLUSH KIDNEYS Eat tees meat If you feel Backachy or Bladder fine for Kidneys .Meat forms uric acid which excites and overworks the kidneys in their efforts to filter it from tlie system. Regular eaters of meat must flush the kidneys occasionally Yon must re- lieve them like you relieve your bow- els; removing all the acids, waste and poison, else you feel a. dull misery in the kidney region, sharp pains in the back or sick headache, dizziness, your stomach sours, tongue is coaled and when the weather is bad you have rheumatic Livinges. The urine is cloudy, Hull of sediment; the channels often get irritated, obliging you to gel lip two or three times during the night. To these irritating acids and flush off the body's urlnous waste get about four ounces of Jad Salts from any pharmacy; take a taible- spoonEul in a glass of water before breakfast' for a few days and your lUdnejs will then act flne and bladder disorders disappear This famous soll.3 is made from the acid of and lemon juice, combined with lithil, and.lias been used for generations to clean and stimulate sluggish kidneys and stop bladder Irritation. Jad s Inexpensive; harmless and makes delightful effervescent drink which millions ot men and wo- R.1 S. Davidson ivill likely succeed 'men tahe now then- tnuB folding erloa, Out., where they expect to malic Tnomas-Laudcr as lire chiel of Ed-jserioua kidney bladder diseftiea spend a couple of weeks with thc their future home. The brldc'n travel- monton. Davidson ncled in lhe same'Sold by J. D. HlglDbotham ft jrlde's Barents before ictvVuig tor Wat- ling suit was of an nmeythest shade. capacity oucc heforo. Dniggisls. I-ethbrirtge.--Advt. ;