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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 19, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDaV, FEBn'l/AIlY 18. 191g RYLANDS & CO. SATURDAY NIGHT tHE LETHBRIOGE DAILY HERALD L.!..|i__________'-1 .....1'., _______=S! Oh! the Charm of Beauty PAPxE SEVEN Let Stuart's Calcium Wafers Restore the Color of Your Cheeks and Remove the Cause of Pimples, Blackheado, etc. Special Line of Warner's Corsets - - 59c Birds Eye Toweling, yard - � - - - 10c Cotton Torchon Laces, yard - - - - 5c Bath Towels, Special, pair - - - - 35c Ladies' White Muslin Waists - - - $1.25 Embroidery Fiouncings, 26 inches wide, yard.......- - - 29c. Colored Underskirts - - - - - - - 75c Khaki Shirting, 32 in. wide, yard - 35c TliB AIcxan(li?r jaM Chapter I. 0. 1). !�;. ac.iiiDwI.'dgn with Ihariks the followirijr donations of work for part of Noxcnihor, Dec. and .Jan.: S()c.-.!i, pairs - I Mrs. Stnrnfis, 2 .Mr:-;. Kord, 1 Mrs. licnncll, 1 Miss N'irniaons, 2 Mrs. lloiiPrs, 1 Miss lllncliclilT, 2 Miss Diilryiiiph-, 2 Miss , j Mcivay, Mrs. .Johnslono, 2 Mrs. , ^CO" one onvlos a l^oauUlul sk n, Mouis Mrs. Washbronke. Mrs. -"'^^ l� ?m 'i '%m , f .Jan is 1 Mrs MclOacliiPi '{ Mr PBI'SoU- Unsightly lacos fillod with .Jams, 1 AILS. .Mci.aciiio.i, -t Air. pi,,p,(,g^ dlscoloralions, blackheads, �"'lite, arc JioLhlng bul unhoaltliy facos cause thu ilshos dis- appear. Sc::r, :j Mrs. Watson, fi Mrs. liariis- l;;v, il Mrs. f)(;vina, 1 Mrs. Christie, T;'-^''" ,""V';"f '"u-T.V" 2 Miss OsKood�, 2 Airs. Hall. 2 Mrs " blood Inipudims r.Un^ Jonps, 1 Mrs. McNabb, 1 Mrs. lino- '^'""'^ and. the facial bLmlal Kan, .5 Daunhturs and -Maids of I''.ni5-land, 2 (iarilncr, ] MUs .Jackson, 1 .Mrs. Ilo\ill, (New Davton), 2 .Mis. flu);b Scott, 1 Mrs. It. Scotl, jr., 1 Mrs. Morcrr, 7 Mrs. and Misses ("amcron, I Airs. Cainphdl, (Ilardic-villf), I Aiiss Harrison, 1 Airs. Karlr, 2 Mis. WakJin, .3 Mrs. Mowat, I Miss Dn'.:, 1 .Mrs. \.avA:v, 2 Ml!-;s Kelly,, 2 �\lrs. Wood, 2 Mrs. Will, 1 Miss Kil-; nicr, lii Hipors' Hand, per Mrs. Horn, () Aliss Kilncy, .'t no name, 7 .Miss, I .\Kncs .Jarvic, I Maiv Wal.^er, 1 I'hyllis Whitton, 1 Millie (Irisl, 1 .Mrs. Sloan, 8 Westminster school, I .Mrs. Lctwis, 1 Toin t'hri.s-lie, 1 Hanson AIcAlillan, 2 .Mrs. I,a\v-rie (ilardievillc), 2 .Mrs. Kisk, i Mrs. 11. Watson, I Airs. Sharpe (Masina.s-in), 1 Mrs. .1. I). Rcid, 2 Mrs. Boyd, (Uoyal View), 1 Airs. S. Russell, 2 iMrs. Sandback, 1 Pearl Taylor, 2 Mrs. I'linn, I II. Kord, 2 Christian Church l,adies' ..\id, ] Mrs. Smith, 5 .Airs. Harrowman, 1 Airs. Alilncr, 3 Airs. J^aris, 2 Airs. HonncU, 1 Mrs. Wood, 1 Mrs. Smith, 1 .Miss Di.von, 2 Mrs. CornafU, 1 lor, 2 Airs. Nesi, "Life to Me Thing, for I Troubles a Now Is a Beauteous Have tVIade All Skin Thing of the Past" Yon must not bfllcvi- thai drugs and salves will stop facial blemishes. Tlui cause is Impure blood filled with all manner of refuse- matter. Stuart's Calcium Wafers cleanse and clear the blood, driving o\it all . ; ,v , u *' PO'sons and Impurities. And you'll Airs, Webb, 1 i never have a good complexion until tVIRS. ELEANOR LOUISE BURNS Whose liiarrlage to Air. Andron-escu at Denver has jusi been announced. Airs. Hurna two years ago secured a divorce from her husband, .lohn T. Ilurns, former secretary of the Dry P^armlng Congress. BE mm] IS km IN FES Rhys Thomas, one of the best known nmslclana In the west and connected with the Winnipeg Conservatory of Music, win be one of the adjudicators at the provincial musical fiistlval to be hold here Alay 21!, 2t and '-Ti. Uhys Thomas is liMvder of Knox; church choir, , Winnipeg, and Jia.-f licen an adjudicator at several of the Alberta musical festivals. Outside points are taking an Intense interest in the competitions to TO PEEL OFF BLOTCHY, ROUGH OR CHAPPED SKIN To remove roughness, chaps, freckles, blotches nr any complexion difficulty, the best thing to do Is to remove the skin Itself. This is easily painlessly and inexpensively done by the application of ordinary mercol-l/.ed wax. procurable at any drug store in the original one ounce i)ack-age. The wax absorbs the defective .outer skin, a little each day, grad-j ually bringing the second layer of isltin to the surface. The pores are I unologgod and iho face breathes in the life-giving oxygen. The new skin : is beautifully soft and spotless,, bearing the healthy glow of youth. Just apply the wax as yo>i , would cold cream, only not rubbltig It' in. In the morning wash il off with warm water, it's the most effective com plpxion lreat]nenl known. To roraova wrinkles it is' a good plan ta.bathe-the face oncoi.a day Miss Kilncy, 2Molly Kane, '5 Airs. ; the blood Is clean. Smith, 1 Airs. Walker, 1 Airs. Mock-| .No matter how bad your complex-ford, 2 Airs. Hennctt and Airs. Wall- ion is, Stuart's Calcium Wafers will work, 1 Mrs. AlcVean, 1 lilsic West- work wonders with it. Von can get colt, 1 Marth,^ llegan, 1 Ala'ggie Ash- these little wonder-workers at your croft, 1 Hilda AIcMiUan, 1 Clara Mel- druggist's for SO cents a package, kr, 2 Musv Bee Club, per Airs. .Mc-� Mrs. Mitchell (Hardipvillo), 3 /' FREE TRIAL COUPON F. A. Stuart Co., 325 Stuart BIdg., Marshall Mich. Send me at once, by return mail, u free trial package of Stuart's Calcium Wafers. ho held at the musical festival^ and are preparing to send� comp'etUors.*VQr_y^i,jjrl,ne-- a harmless solution Cards'ton is one of 'tlie" most-actlvo,�',m(l6"by dlssVlving an ounce of-pow- polnts In this connection. Great in terest is also helm; taUcn at Calgary and lidmonton. This is the- first time the lostlval has been held outside of Edmonton, and there will be many artists from all over the ])rovlnce In attendance. The festival will be under the palronngo of I^lout.-Governor Brett, who will be in attendance. The conipotltions are to held in Wesley church. The last evening of the festival, a huge concert will bo held at which a massed choir will perform. derfed snxolite in a half pint of witch hazel. There is nothing that will  so surely erase' the hateful lines-^Ad-vertisement. BRIAND MINISTRY TRIUMPHANT OVER RADICALS Paris, Feb. IS.-^The ministry of Ar-ist'des Brland was triumphant in the chamber of deputies today over the extreme socialists and radicalaocial-as well as all the winners in the var- ists who after long preparation feought ious competlllons. to overthrow the government on the (|uestion of whether it was not delegating loo much authority to the VISITS FRANCIS JOSEPH Vienna, Fob. IS.-King Ferdinand, general stafl'. of Bulgaria, has arrived here. Ho was , received-nt the atalion by Ihe Arch-! The sheriffs of J.ondon haVe'cftered duke Charles Francis Joseph, heir the Canadian house of coihraous a re-apparent to the throne. | plica of the mace lost in the'Are. Ktv, 1 Aliss Jackson, 2 Aliss Sydal, 2 Airs.: Chaplin, 1 I'v.elvn Kippcn, 2 Airs. .McNabb, 2 Mrs. I'hillips, 1 Mrs. I Whiddington, 1 Airs. .1. 1). Higinboth-: am, 8 Westminster Ladies' Aid (per' Airs. Alcllvena), I Airs. Watson, 1 ; Airs. Davidson, �\ Mrs. Laycock, 12; Mrs, Hugh Taylor, 8 Airs, riiomr son,' 1 Aliss Dingwall, 1 .Mrs. De Vcbm', :2 � (ialbraith school,' 118 Westminster, 3 Fleetwood. I Shins-I .Airs. Smith, i Mrs. Ale-' _ Donald, 2 Airs. Kingston, 2 Airs. _ ___... Slaru s, 2 Airs. Leigh. !' Wash Cloths - Kdith Ball, Grace mrr,'Kvelyn Ptosser, Linning, .lejp - Bessie Kerr, Busy Hose, Beatrice Name Street City . State PHONE 1224 Oi'aii.H't's, s|)(�,('iiil per (Ut/cii 20c reerh's.s Cream Soda Crackers per \)k\. 22c Fancy Biscuits Strictly fresh, including Arrowroot, Lemon Fruits, Cocoa Fingers. Toasted AInrshmallows, Creams, Walnut tireams, very special, per lb. .himbles, Mallo Dainty 23c Westinghouse Mazda Lamps 10 watt. Regular 3.")C and tOc 25C ifi, 2r,, and Special each . .. The G. . F. Club will meet at home of Airs. H. S. Fleetwood, 7th Street, on Alonday afternoon. the Wristlets-Kathleen Colpnuin, Helen Colpman, .Vdair Simpson, Mrs. Alc-Xahb, Airs. Ali.chcll, Airs. ATahou'jy, Hui!;h San.u;, Aliss Slenhouje, Mrs. Revnolris (New Davlon), B. B. Olun, Airs. DuiT, Airs. Wallwork, Mrs. King, Aliss Nimmons, .Mrs. Tripp, Mrs. Car-brrry, Mrs. Brymner,^ Aliss ISrodie, Bertha Larson Sterling, Aliss Hal-sell, Airs. Paris. Caps-Alis-s Arnold, (New Dayton). Candy-Williamson children. AlulHer.s-Irene Brooks, Dcna Sto-tyn, Isohcl Archibold, Adair Simpson, Mrs. Farrow, Fleetwood school, Alvrlc O'Hagan, Aliss Alahoney (New Yori City), Mrs. AlcNabb, K. Kaake, Alary W'alkins, Dora Smith, Elaine Veuotta Hop-Bowman children, good, Ircnb .Jones, Annie Dcnoon, Hil-Uec Club, Alyrtle da McAIillen, Lena Perry, St. Aloy-sius Coavcnt, Krncsl Flvnn, Airs. Church. Mrs. Bowman, Mrs. Sharp (Masinaisin), Mrs. Revnolds,- U. B. Club, Ruth Watson, :\Iiss Solderhcrg, 'I'helma Lewis, Isabel Smitli, Maggie Flynn, Maggie Kerr, Helen Bawden, Else Bullock, lOdna Scctt, Enid Hamilton, Irene lirooks. Alary Scott, Beth Fairfield, Dorothy Wakelen, Ai-1 en Jon^s. Pauline Stickley, ICfhe W'allace, Esther Bonncll, Mrs. Mc-Alrs. Reynolds Lcod, Aleta Wellington, Airs..Harmon, , . Doris Oocq, Miss Ashton, - Maisie/�n ^^""s"''' Bowman, Airs. l4ess, Alfreda Kelly, Ada Alurray, .Mrs. AlcNicol, Eleanor .'\rchil:ohl. Viva Elton, Jessie -Martin, Lillian Schweitzer. Handkerchiefs-Mrs. jMcDonald (New Dayton). Tobacco and Chewing Gunir-B. B. The Art Needlework CUib will meet on Alonday afternoon at the home of Airs. Koen, llO.'i 11th Street South. * * � Bishop White of 1-lonnn, China, will give an address in St. Augustin's lhall on Thursday night, Instead of j Friday as previously announced. * * * Air. and Mrs. J. V. Cook, of I-,eth-bridge, are expected in town next week, to be the guests of Dr. and Mrs. ConrtlcB, Algonquin Apartments. -Edmonton Bulletin. Our Special Corset I'^xcluslvely made for the H. B. Co., finest quality coutll, satin and embroidery trimmed, medium bust, long skirl, six fl� 4 Q hose supporters, value $3.50; very special ............ Ladies' Patent Button Boots $4.2d A-'ery smart and dressy styles, nil sizes. $.'j.r)0. Special per pair ............... Regular Air. and .Mrs. W'm. Hay tor entertained at an informal dance last evening in honor of Gunner Rannard of the Ilfllh Battery. Excellent music for tlie occasion was rendered by Air. and Mrs. K. J. H. Faunch. Airs. J. O. Wilson entertained at three tables of bridge on AVednesday, in honor of Mrs. Brett and her guests, Mrs. Alortimer'and Aliss Rowan. -Mrs. Mortimer, Mrs! Druihmond and Airs. Ford made the prize scores.-^Edmon- Candy Special Candy Cocoanut Kisses, Maple Walnut, Marshmallows, Caramels filled with fruit and nuts. Alollasses Kisses. After Dinner OCf* Alinls, Special per poimd .............................. toiOC Archibold, Phyllis Hatch, Mrs. Fil- Club. Big Festival Concert Displays Splendid M msicai Ta ent H ere BAKING POWDER. CONTAINS NO ALUM. Tho only wall known modlum prlood bahlne powder made In Canada that dooo not contain alunt and which has all it> Insredlents plainly stated on the label. e.w.gilleh company limited T. w,NM,Pto TORONTO. OHT. POWDER- A feast of music of most exception-i logical point at which to hold the al merit was provided at the concert I musical festival. bv massed choirs given at Knox '^ n'"^''r^ �/ ''?!"^ ^""^ .the choruses, and to say thev were church last evening in aid oi the pro- i ^ung magnincently is pulling it raild- A glorious moonlight night witli summer leinpefature added greatly to the enjoyment of the party given last night by Aliss'Alice FalHleld at the Experimental Farm. Over thirty guests assembled at the home of Airs. J. B. Alurray early in the evening, a hay rack transporting them from there to the farm. The evening was spent playing games, an improptu dance being enjoyed after supper. Mrs. C. AIcKlIlop chaperoned the party on the trip to and from the hostesB' home. YoTumig Menu's Emglish in light grey colors, coats are made to fit tall slender figures, also well finished cuffs; lapels are smart. Trousers are medium peg, finished with belt straps, etc., A'allies to .$20.00 To Cleai" out tonight at DTP The K. of P. annual ball, held last night in their hall was, as has always been the case, largely attended, over one hundred couples being present. Decorations of a patriotic nature, intermingled with appropriate Pythian emblems ndomed the walls. Need's Ave -piece orchestra rendered a pleasing program of dan- ---------- ----- _ --------- - . ces. Special street cars conveyed tho Tho program was a distinct surprise'J-oy'-O" presided with his usual well-1 guests homo at an early hour this --------- ......- known skill at the organ, and Mr. , morning. Tho committee reapor vinclal musical testival funds. The concert was a success In every \vay. ly. The conducting was done by Mr. Claude Hughes, while Mr. Ernest to every one In attendance, and the i ^ c.C. Salmon did the accompany'ing linll was packed to Iho doors willi a most appreciative audience. A'ery great credit is due to tho leaders of the local choirs who arranged the affair and trained the choruses. Tho concert will be a con-sldernble boost for tho musical fes. tlval to ho held here Ainy 23, 24 and L'.t, not only In a financial way, but as ovldonoo of what can really be done In Lethhridgo in a musical way, and as evidence also of the fact that Lethbrldge has justified itself as a DAME NATURE HINTS When the Food Is Not Suited When Nature gives her signal that something is wrong it Is apt to bo with tho food. The old l")ame is always faithful and one should act at once. To put off tho change is to risk that wixich may .be irreparable. A man says: "li'or years I could not safely eat liny hroakt'Rst. 1 tried various kinds of breakfast food, bul they wore all soft, starchy messes which gave me distressing hoadaohes. 1 drank strong coffee, too, which appeared to benefit mo at tho time, hut added to tho headaohos afterward. "A friend persuaded mo to quit 20ffee and the starchy breakfast foods, and uso Postum and Grape-Nuts instead. 1 shall never regret taking his advice. "Tho change it worked in mo is wonderful. 1 now have no more of tho dlfltrosslng sonsatlona In my atom-ach alter uatlng, and 1 don't havoobjeot to AT THE Eiyil'PEaS LAST YiME headaches. I have gained 12 potmds in weight and feel bettor in every way. "Grape-Nuts makes a delicious as well us a nutrUioua dish; and 1 find that Postum agrees perfectly--never produces dyspepsia symptoms.". "There's a Reason," Name given by CunaiUaii Postum Co., Windsor, Out. Ever refl'd the above letter? A ntvf one appears from time to time. They are genuine, true and full of human 'nterest, . .... in a most acceptable manner. The opening chorr.s of O Canada was sung by choirs and audience with patriotic fervor. Probably the most offecllve chorus I however was the Halleluiah chorus, sung with the audience standing, and accompanied on the organ by Layton. The other choruses wore sung .almost equally well. Tho ladies' trio was one of the outstanding selections of tiio evening. The ladies singing in this trio wore Airs. Lrayton, Aliss HnzoU and .Aliss Dixon, They sang with violin obll^ato by Ernest Layton and S. Sndowskl. Knox choir under leadership of Air. Layton sang two selections with great success. Wesley choir under leadership of Air. Hughes also sang two solecllons, and St. Augustin's choir under leadershlj) of Mr. Brym-ner provided their quota. All of these wore very onthuslastically applauded, and were well deserving of applause. Mr. Sadowski received a warm wol-oomo on his ilrst public appearance since rotumlng to the city. His violin seloctions are always enloyed. Airs. Hammond sang "The Valley of Laughter" very acceptably. The solo of Mr. H, G. Kiluer was received with a tremendous ovation. Ho has a remarkublv clear baritone. Tho ladies' chorus, "What the Chimney Sang," was also, a big feature of the evening. Air. Claude Hughes gave several selections on tho organ that were greatly appreciated. During the interval, Rev, Mr. De-noon made a few remarks on the iiro-vinclal musical festival, explaining its tho large audience, Tho sponsible for the success of tho evening was composed of Alessrs. AV. Taylor, R. Barrowman. H. G. Collier, A. AI. Ritchie, F. C. Bent and U Lundy. SAWCHUCK-HENETKA Mr. Stephen Sawchuck and JIlss Katerlna Honetka were married this Air 1 morning by Canon Murrell-Wrlght at, St. Augustin's chureh. PBTRIE-McGANN A quiet wedding was solemnized this afternoon at 2.30 at Knox manse by Rev. A. H. Denoon, when Miss Lucy AIcGann became the wife of Mr. Alexander Petrle, both of Magrath. The father and mother of the bride witnessed the ceremony. A CANADIAN GENERAL WAS WOUNDED IN ACTION Ottawa, Feb. 18.--Brtg.-Gen. A. E, .Alacdonnell of the headquarters of the 7th Canadian infantry brigade, has been wounded in action. Ofllclal cable to this effect reached General Sam Hughes, minister of militia, tonight. The nature of the .wound is not stated, but it was apparently sur-i J^,"."'*' ="* "�igf i'uus.. .,juu tu.o tiiineri In reuulsinc tho recent Teu-i'*'".P'"^"* ^V*?":? ^.1"* '�''^.1�"''^^'"^ Red Cross Notes The Lethhridgo Red Cross Society, shipped to Calgary, Feb. 16, 1916, the following articles : 36 day shirts (flannel), 18 surgical shirti, 48 pyjamas, 3 night shirts, 22 pairs of socks, 1 pair of wristlets, 48 knit wash cloths, 72 many-tailed baadag-es, 48 T bandages, 3C abdominal bandages, 48 triangular bandages, 12 ice bag covers, 4 pairs of surgical stockings, 28 colored handkerchiels, 12 hot water bag covers, 12 Turkish* toweling wash cloths, 10 amputation rolls, -100 gauze wipes, 360 gauze compresses, 36 large pads, 48 small pads, 96 extra large pads. With this FOR Al OS-SH A'S LUCK Canon J. E. Murrell-AVright married Miss Mary Shysluck and Mr. David Formos this morning at St. Augustin's | Canadian casualty church. I brigadier-general. tained In repulsing tho recent Teu tonic onslaught when the Canadians held their lines and took such a heavy toll of German dead. This is tho first in the ranlt of choirs which took part were Knox, Wesley, Westminster, St, Cyprian's, St. Augustin's, St. Aiary's and St. Andrew's. nations, which the society gratefully acknowledge : From Mrs. E. N. Hig-inhotham, 50 fomentation fiannels, 12 fomentation wringers, 12 fomentation covers ; from the I.O.D.E., 12 pairs socks. THE NICARAGijAN TREATY " WasMngton, Feb. 18.-The senate lute tortay ratilled the Nicavaguau treaty by-a �*'oto of 55 to 18. Under tho troalv tho United States acquires a Nicaraguan canal route a'ld b naval huso ill the Hay of Fon'/cn tor $3,-000,000. Listen to what Nurse WiNGARNIS says about being "Run. Down" WHEN your system is undermined by worry or overwork-when your nerves are "on edge"-when the least exertion tires you- you are in a "run clown" condition, 'Y'our system is . juSt like a flower drooping for lack of water. And just as water revives a drooping flower-so WINCARNIS gives new life to a "run down" constitution. WINCARNIS is a Ionic, a restorative, and a blood maker combined in one clear delicious beverage. It does not contain Il does not merely "patch you up"; it gives you ne� life and h