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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 17, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta tlURSDAY, FEBRUARY 17, 1916 V:^E LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD PAGE FIVE At lliis soason ol" {.ha ycai- l*'isli iin'ords ii ])loasaiit aiu" I Ends. Dtif, Hoarse or I V i^ciintut!Coughs I Quickly i* A SliKpTF,' itotn^-Mnile nomcilTt % S Iiicxpeniillre vMilt irnoquolcrt |  Tho prorhpt nnd poaltivo raaiilts jrivcn by this '�'plonsttiit-ttlRUiid liotnu-nmdo obiiRli synip lih�!'�au8�(l it to be uacd in morn homes';thnrt'dnvotbor remody. It Klvea ttltnoat instant relief and will uaiml-Yy ovcrcomd thd' tivoraRO cough in 24 iiuial (.'-haiige ! lituiyy meals. I'O 111 tlie' ' Tins sca�0Ji we are si)Gcialiyiii,ii,' on Fresh and Dried Fish dI" all kinds and can siiiiply tlio very hesi obtainable. An espec'ially Display line Other lin'us of moats aUvnys up to our high standard. "Clean-UnesB' i8 tlio watuhword nl this nmrkot. Wo put it before overy-thtng but quality. No inferior grades bought and wn .stand be- , hind every piece of moat wo sell.' Wo invite your in.spectlon of our sli,op. Gct2>^ ounoos'PInox (50 ccntn worth) (from niiv driiK store, pour it into a lU-ounce hottio "and'ftll tlio botUo with plain Kranulatcd micar'ayrup. Thifl mnkug 18 o\uiop�i-iVt5mUy,B\tpplv-of tlio moat et-fcoiivo roiiflh remedy at n. Coat of only C4 cnnla or Icbh. You coii dn t buy aa much rcndv-niado cnnf(\\ medicine for ^'i.Mt. Eaailv nrcpared and never spoils, l'^^ll dircctioiis'with Tlnc.v. " Tho promptnoW!, ,ccrtainty and enB� with wliich this P^no.K Byrup overcomes a PHONE 1224 The Alexander Gait Chapter, I. 0. D. li., will meet for sowing Tuesday and Friday afternoons at 423 8th St. � * � Mr. and Mrs. Powell entortalnod informally last evening at a house daneo for some of the Hatter.v hoys. The C. 1. A. to the B. of h. K. will meet at tho homo of .Mrs. I. Jones, l:il4 6th Avenue A on Friday afternoon lor Ited llross sewing. hoarse or light.cougli and heals aiid i''"'' S^cKt ol Mrs. or tight .cougli an( soothes a painful (loiigh in a hurry. With a pcrsiBtentj-looaB eouph it stops tlie formation of phlpnm in tho throat and bron-chini tiibeSj thutt ending the anno.yitiK hacking. ; Pinex is a liighly concentrated com-poiind of genuino' Norway pine extract, rich in guaiacoli a'nd is fsmous the world over for its splendid (flTcot in bronchitis, wiiooping cough, �bronchial asthma and winter co�|rhs. 'To avoid d this, aal; your Pincx," and " A guarantee or nnaointe Batisiaotlon, oi money promptlv refunded, goes with this Breparatisn.-- Tlie, Pinex Co., Toronto, nt. '' Shunts. Agar of How Island is ho city. Ilulph E Oxland inO'^th Ave. S Phone 792 0 CERSOFI PASS REG I" mn I mm ill h BEST FOR LIVER AND BOWEl^S^ FOR BILIOUSNESS, SOUR STOMACH AND CONSTIPATION v Get a 10-cent box now. .'7~r^ Purred Tongue, Bad Colds. Indlge^* tlon,'' Sallow Pltin and miserable headaches come from a torpid fliver and clogged bowels, wliich caiiSe' ' your stomach to become "filled with undigested food, which sours and ferments lilie ganbage in a swill barrel. That's the first step to untold miseiTr , -Indigestion, foul gases, bad breath, lyellow skin, mental tears everything that Is horrible and nauseating. A Casoaret tonight will give your con liated bowels a thorough cleans-and straighten you out . iitly Blve ypuvBolt, easo by lha lokflst ro,u^Q,..^eeJ�Rmo on box!- held the rank of; sergeant in tlie 89th at Calgarjv Perhaps the name best known to'all In Lethbrldge Is that ot Billy Joyce, ^vho tor five years was one ot the stalwarts .of the Sons of England and. Overseas football clubs. D, Prasor' has it'rans{erred from the 13th at ;Medlcine'Hat. where.'he has held rank of sei^eant in''Uiemnchlne gun section. TJie nanie- ot ' Clem Stubbs is not .unknown to the people here, ho ut one time s.en'ing the ofhco ot president of the Jocal TJ. M: W, of A. C. R. Vbull^er Is, or was up to today, manager' of the Blalmiore branch of the Royal Bank, Mr, Voul-ker coming to 'this town from Fort William, where ho was boru. Miss Uolmes, Hull block, is expected home on Sunday from a two months' trip to New York, Chicago and Toronto. Jlrs. Mclvor arrived in the city yes terday from Calgary to join her bus band, Capt. Mcivor. They are domiciled at the Victoria Mansions. . The IJaugbters and .Maids of Kng land will hold a sneclal meeting at tho home of Mrs. Binning,' Uo' IGth Street North, on Friday evening al 8 o'clock to consider what can be dono to aid the Red Cross fund on Feb. 29th. " * *  Tho non-commissioned odicers and men of the 113th battalion held a very successful dance last night In Burgmann hall. Several Kiltie ofllc-ers wore among the guests. Such a splendid crowd turned out. that the soldiers are phiunlng to hold another dance In a week or two in a larger llHll. .\lr. and .\Ir.s. KcVy and daughters I'reda and Muriel are leaving next week for England. They will be greatly missed by St. Cyprian's community, as they have been active in the different organizations of that church. *  � �i'esterday afternoon the local Re-bekah lodge gave a farewell entertainment for the delegates to the Re-bekah Assembly. The guests were llrst entertained al Starland theatre and afterwards at the 1. 0. O. F. hall, where a high tea was served. The greater number of the delegates loft on last night's train lor their homes, after attending a very successful convention. � :���* * -Vn announcement ot interest to many people has been received in the city telling of the marriage of Airs. Eleanor Louise Burns and Mr. Demetrius Ion "Andronescu at Denver. Col., on February .^tb. Mrs. Burns was in Lethbrldge with her husband, Mr. John Burns, in connection with the Dry Farming Congress a few-years ago and has many friends in the city. About a year after they left here Mrs. Burns secured a divorce from her husband, and Mr. Burns married his stenographer, who was working in the congress ofBco in this =ity. * * * PAULSON-KEATS * �yesterday afternoon at Knox manse the marriage was solemnized of Mr. John Martin Paulson and Miss Ethel Mildred Keats, both of Barons, Alta., Rev. A. H, Denoon ofllclating. The witnesses were Miss Lyons of Barons and Mr. T. H. Keats, brother ot the bride. * * *  PERKINS-NORMAN Miss Susan Houston Norman and Pte. William Perkins, 13th 0. M. R. nt Medicine Hat, were married last night at 910 2nd Avenue South by Rev. A. H. Denoon, Miss Perkins, sister of the groom, and Mr. Quine witnessed the ceremony. the evidence submitted the Chinaman was discharged from the employ of the hotel, immediately after his dis missal the guests were taken violently ill, some being confined to their bed's. Investigation revealed tho fact that arsenic was put in the coffee can, which was discovered by guests. An analysis proved this to be correct. The discharged Chinaman had meanwhile made good his escape from Wnrdner and came to Oran-brook, where ho was arrested by Constable iSnglish and token back to Wardner. At his lodging house was found arsenic, which furnished strong evidence against him. A. B. Macdon-ald, ot Cranbrook, upnoarcd for tho defence; and T. Ban well of Fornle tor the prosecution. The mild weather of tho past tew days lias witnessed the disappearance ot a .consldei'able quantity of tho snow. The mills will coinmenoe operations again next \vook, Cranbrook,. .B, C; Fob. Ifl.-^T.he Cranbrook farmors are busy tlieso days hauling Into the city potatoes, orders, having boon,.virocoivfld from prairie points fpy \i(> cars. Already ten oarstiGTO gQHa' forward to Moose Jaw, at whlMi li'olnt there Is a scarcity. By tlie'end of the week the remaining fifteen'.cars wilt .bij loaded. This is the'first)! large order received from the prairlns this soaaoa.,.. Game wardoua ot tlie district are making pre.parations Cor feeding deer and elk In t|ilsj'(}lBtrlot. The heavy snow In tli^.-m(untaluH .hasmade It hard rot- the deer to; (prage, At Yahk anill Hosmpr th^ cpyotos nvo.driving tham .into the .towns,; At" the; Hrst me.iuioned-.lSlttpqf a?l)ord"o�' liyo hundred camo .'riBhtvlntoVtlie ,t,Q>vu; Near Mosiner liundreds' hi^vo boeu alaugh-toi'ed. / i^am Hong, tli'e; Ohlnpmap icharged wlt'h utlomntln^ to poison Kuqstsut the .Wardner, hotel, w�8t' oominltted fjor trial yestijrdBy.^ y'rm omo was tried UotorQ, JuAtltiQB of'tlip '.Peaco ;Nlarkle and~aeii(ul nt Wtirdnor, l''vont ALKALI IN SOAP BAD FOR THE HAIR Soap should:'be Used very oaretully, It you want to keep your hair looking Its � best. Most soaps and in'opared shampoos contain too much alkali, This dries the scalp, makes the hair brittle, and ruins it. : / , Tho best thing for steady use Is .iust ordinary inulsitiod cocoanut, oil (which) is pure and greasoless), fii)d is- .better than the. most expensive soap or anything else youoan i)se, .One or two teaspoontuls will cleanse the hair and scalp thorough^ ly. Simply moisten tho hair with water and rul) it In, It makes aiv abundance of rich, creamy lather, whjbh rlnsca out easily, removing ovary par-, tlolo ot dust, dirt, dandrufC; and excessive oil, The hair: dries quiokly and ovonl,v, and it loaves the, scalp soft, .and the hair fine and ; s|lky, bright, lustrous, llutty and easy, to manage. You: can gel nuilsltled: coeoanut :oll at any pharmacy, It's very cheap,.aiid a fnwiouncos bar of.the tlsoinent; featuring new arrivals for the week-end Dry Goods for Saturday Wash and Dress Goods DAINTY EMBROIDERIES AND newest effects. Prices from ....................... INSERTIONS in all the 5C per yard and upwards NEW SILK AND SATIN RIBBONS in all staple and fancy HhadcH, all widths. Price 4 per yard and tr,)in .......................... i v upwards LADIES SILK AND LISLE HOSE In black ond white, seamless and full fashioned. All .special priced. A very special line in black or white silk boot hose OC(* heavy double thread silk, special'por pair..... kLwC NEW HANDKERCHIEFS-In Swiss and Irish linen, hemstitched and embroidered, also lace trimmed and some with colored embroidery. Everything that Is now and dainty In handkerchleC effects and prteed to suit the buying public. OUR RANGE OF WASH GOODS WILL BE LARGER MORE COMPREHENSIVE, AND BETTER THAN EVER WITH NOT ONE YARD CARRIED OVER FROM LAST YEAR. YOU WILL HAVE THE OPPORTUNITY OF SEE-ING REAL NEW GOODS AND PRICED LOWER THAN ANY PREVIOUS SEASON, MADAPOLAMS, LONG-CLOTHS AND NAINSOOKS- Our celebrated Sealed Madapolams and Long ninths In aealed i;; yard lengths. I'riced at per piece .............................. BROCADE, ROYAL AND RUSTLE LININGS-The new materials for drop skirts, and coat linings In every conceivable color 30 and 40 Inches wide. CHf* I'ricos. per yard, 25 cents to .................. 9UC 4 Ladies' New Suits $18.00 to $35.00 All our now I.4idles' Suits are cut on the latest approved lines, are lined with fine quality silk and satin materials. They include a fine selection ot black aud bUio wool serges, bedford cords. Gaberdines, etc.. In a splendid variety ot colors and styles-to make an early selection from complete range of sizes, moderately priced from Ladies' New Spring Dresses, $10.00 to $20. .Ill a baiidsoiuc range of .I'lne Hilks, Poplins, Haiiiis and Serges, out on the bitesl models, in a full range of sizes; iFoderately ])riced i'roni Specials From the House Special Values for Men Furnishing Dept. BUNGALOW CURTAIN NETS in ivory or ecru shades, 48 and 50 inches wide. Regular 50c and liOc. g% Special per yard...................... ..... J BRASS EXTENSION RODS tor sash and door cur- . tains, with brackets coniplete, each........... BRASS EXTENSION RODS, with round ends aud brack-eti extending to 78 inches. "Very special ISKtf* . cacji ...................................... ^Uls AXMINSTER HEARTH RUGS, baudsolue Oriental designs 27 Inches by 54 inches. Regular $3.50 OQ Special each ............................ ^tnOO Extra Special Prices Quoted in Boots & Shoes MEN'S TAN CALF BLUCHER AND BUTTON STYLES- All sl};es to choose, from. Reg. ?6.50, sizes, IZt\ 6 to 10; very special per pair.............. #OS� MEN'S SPRING NECK TIES - A large assortment of these to bo cleared at special "I 7�* each..................................... S � C BOYS' PULL-OVER JER,SEYS in Kiiaki and navy blue, colors; plain pullover or with buttons on slioulders. Values to ?2.00; special for...... **" " Sugar Special for Friday and Saturday rinest Pnre (Jane Graualafced Sugar, .� 20tl:i sack,.special'.......S1.55 Willi a general grocery order o� $2 and upwards. the hudson bay company DOUGHNUTS SHOULD NOT BE EATEN Doughnuts are bard to digest and may cause appendicitis. Lethbrldge people should know that slmplq buck% thorn bark, glycerine, etc., as mixed in Adlor-I-ka often relieves or prevents appe'ndioltis. This simple remedy acts qn BOTH upper ami lower bowel, removing such surprising foul matter that ONIS SPOONFUL relievos:: almost ANY CASE ot constipation, sopr stomach or gas. A short treatment helps chronic stomach troublo.'/'Tho INSTANT, easy action of Adlar-1-ka is astonishing. J. D. illg-Inbotbanr .(& Co., druggists-Adver-tlsoraeni, ' (CONTINUEP VKOJt ITbONT PaGE) Attor''pi|lpting to " the mauttoUl forms ;'ot 'QXtravaganco and -wastage, public!',.' and in(l)vl((ual and social, Which uro.'fibvoad 111 tho Imid, thtj report: pointp out tliat another contri-^ butorv.icautia is.tlio loss;:,tlirouKh cx-/pplKiituVf 91) a risiiifi .scale for luxuries 'through wasteful I'lUithorta In tho hijusplipld, but, the report says' C,P.R. PfiEW Montreal, Fob. IC-T.lie following statement:. ,wos today issued by Lord Shs^uglipe^sy, president of the C. P. "The war has, as wo all know, add- l^^Hlil>^.u^ain itaotor. in v?strictlug , the 1 jsyppiyi aiVdi'ijnhauciUK tho (jost ;pt coiUr i moiUtiPS'.*i|i'tho.' ^vltlldrftwal;,6f�', i iatlpji.'. from'the laiid,-i which Itas do-incos will supply every mBlu-'pr^a'ijUd; tho;iproportion ot .people . en-le I'atully for months,-Advor' 'gUKfi|l,-ln ^tlie protluctlon ol toprt sup- ed and will for some: lime continue to add, important llnancial burdens to those that the country was  already carrying, ujui tho minister of lipance, is compelled to resort to drastic >me-tliods ot taxation, for the' purpos^, of meeting the situation.:' , ' , "The measure now before the house .would appear to be about'the most feasible, means ot providing the additional revfenue  requtrad,; but it: strikes me that it has some features rociulring elucidation and that Sir Thomas White would be'iiioUned to amend * before, the bill becomes-, law. It lUfiy be-'pointed out ithat .if 'the Htuannt paid up on Its capital stock' Is''-'to be determined'by the :share capital actually issued;as fully paid, some of our Canadian companies, although making largo profits Just now, will have oceans of water: bolweon. their net revenue and the proposed tax, while others, like the Canadian I'ficlllo Railway company'for instapoei have outstanding . capJtaL stook,;le^s hr amount than the iiloney;.actuul}y paid for It, without reference ito|,ap-propriations ftoni revenue for'capital expondilures. � '> \ "Every good oltlaen, and, reasonable; man will loyallystanil y'e younger. ' H is.^isp-'iUne'.tQ jnoipi. � --------......"MSU iu 'conneqUpn ,-vf|}U ]|ti the growth bt :Ua"tr, reil^jfel^lto 9.nd ?flalp huraprp ?^;9^9e leot;i dandruff prid 'tailing" Balv^VMvi tiaement,-'r---v''':-'-?-;.f;%|..,-;Y^ 47 2 ;