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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 21, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta )NDAY, FEBRUARY 21, 1916 THE LETHKniDGE DAILY HERALD PAGE FIVE It bears the Seal of Purity All over the world the name SunlitJht stands for purity in Soap. Our $5,000 guarantee of Purity is something more than an advertisement. It marks the high standard we have set for ourselves to give you the best laundry soap it is possible to produce at any price. WINNERS IN ESSAY 'I'lir n-siilia tif llie Ikrald's c�say roiiipctitioii on tho Kri-nch war pic-liircs rci'fnlly sliowii, have l)ccn aii-nouiiccd. 'I'lii' winner of the. pii/.p for cBHiiys wrli.iPM by scholars under H yrnrs of UK''. IK 'Muster AilliPtnv 'i'cnnant, oi (iradf '), St. Ilasli's Hchool, ii^cd I,, ti y�iiiK. '1 liiM psHay shows Uial while- thr writer may not be. as poli.sli.'fd as Sortie others,' he �(it a ureat deal more, of rt'al Unowledne and insiiiration out of the pictures tlian (lie other writers. 'I'lie winnir in Ihe elass over 11 I years of aRe. is Master Ualpli Wad-din^^toii. His essay is very cleverly wriitLMi. Tile essays were judged bv an in-depntideiil and competent jud(;e, and an ex-sdiool teacher, wuo conipliinenleil Ihi^ writers of the essays. There were nearly :W essays submitted alliiKct-'i-er, and they ilisplayed the fact that the children ,l',oI u (ircat deal of good out .if tlio pictures,' ami a conception of modern warfare that Ihev co\ild not otherwise have obtained. The winners aw rei nested lo call at tlu^ Herald otiice or (l.cir prize monev. Feb. 29th is Red Cross Merchants are giving a percentage of their Sales. .... See that they Do a Big Day's Business .... WHAT THE Press Agent SAYS '.ALGARY PIONEER IS DEAD .old rosldoni ot Alberta, having conio -- Iiern as a boy with his parents In falgnry, Koli. L'O.-A. .1. .McDonald 1882. and lived on the {'.host Pine, (1 this morning at his bomi;, 3:;u I near Cdchrune, for n unnibcr of ycnrs. \\ Avenue \V(!st, after an illness of'; l,;Uer he removed to tUilRary and hud he weeks' duration. Me was re- been in tho livery and feed business (led to be nuikiiu; a satlsractory , here for a considerable time past. He jovory a Itttlo over a wcclt aKo, Imt . is survived liy a wife and family, 'suffered u relapse ami in his weal;-; Dlher mnn)l)urs of the fuuilly are D. d condition was unable to shake j P. and Aukhs, who live at I'oclirane, the attack. i and two married sisters, Mrs. Phlpps 'he late Mr. .McDonald was a very'and -Mrs. Ilobcrtson of Alrdrie. TO HOLD RALLIES OSIHEKILIIES .Several recruiting meetings for the War Contracts Probe is Closed Sergt. Ashe Joins 'Hat Battalion CItlawu, Kel). '211. - The inquiry | Another e.\-Letlibridge man has which the Davidson commission has joined the eidors in the person of heen conducting into war contracts .Sorgt. .S. Ashe, formerly of the U. practically came to a close on Sat-I .N. \V. .\1. I'., "K" Division. Sergt. ^ urday at a brief sitting at which Mr. , Ashe joined the 17')th Battalion of AIlss Muriel Mar.Leoil- of Pincher' 'o'"' '"raser, tlie auditor-general, px- Medicine Hat on Kriday last. The a cow pony, from a horrible death in a huge stum-i pcdc of cattle. where i). H. Klton and ('apt. Ma- TABER HAPPENINGS (Krom the Times). about p,r.sons being present. I'he 1,. I). S. church was ll;e scene .Mr. and .Mrs. H. 11. Harper, At the Oi'plieiiiii Owing to circumstances over which -Mr. Hansen has no control only the larger half of tlm usual Pantagus bill will lie nresented this evening, and Tuesday i!nc . , i. f _ i r'r,;, sewinir given their hearty support lo the, osewmg want further information either here or elsewhere." The ladies of the C. I. A. to the | Sir Charles asked if there were anv B. of K. will meet at the home ' of the cases in which Mr. Kraser cou-of -Mrs. Jas. '.V. Walhvork, r)2B Fifth sidered the evidence was insullicient. St. south, Wednesday afternoon at 2| Mr. Fraser replied that everything; the Orient, a magnilicent musical num- a farewell social in-hoiujv of .Mr. parents of Corporal Harper, have i)or, featuring Madame .Makureuko d Mrs. H.' I!. Mc.Midlen last even- nioiel from Okotoks to reside perma- and her beautiful Oriental girls. C on the occasion of their leaving nenlly in Vidcan. Faber and Waters, in Nifty Xon- ( Tal:'=r Ward to bcciune coimecled Tlu- memb;rs of the Samaritan sense, have a good act. til the Barnwell Wartl. Mr. and Lodge of Oddfellows have decided to The Crelghtons, in juggling and s. McifuUen were presented by build a hall of their own. The lots, tumbling, are all that could be desir- dmp Haynes, on behalf of the Tab- have been purchased. jod. There will be four reels of pic .vard, with a splendid arm clrair. ; i'l'. W. Douglas L-ft on Tuesday ;hl for his farm at Wardner, B.C., lere he will sn nd a week or two. CLARESHOLM GOSSIP (From the Advertiser). At the meetin'j; of the i:.F.A. Sat-Secretary (irubh, of the I'atriotic ,r(lav -i r.solution was introduced hid .\KSociati(M!, reporis that the tjial'the wild laud tax law should he tares, including The Yankee from the West. At StaiiaiKl Kilties. ER DIES When a truck in .No. 3 (ialt mine ran over his leg on Friday afternoon last, Wm. Harrison, a uiiiier aged 17, seemed to him to have been gone into most thoroughly, atid he was satisfied with the investigation. The I.ethbridgo Girls' Hockey team | This was Ihe end of the invesliga-were pleasantly entertained at the tion, but Sir Charles remarked that tea hour Saturday- afternoon hy Miss if anything arose the commission was C^atharine .Jones. Several Battery , .still open to make innuirv. boys were amongst the guests. There will he a special meeting of aquir. W. W. Dalton, of Kingston, gave evidence that he had sold Colts re-f.'olvers to the troops at Barricfield ' with the men of the division and with civilians. He resigned from the Jlounted Police last fall and has been living in Afedicine Hat since. OUR SPLENDID VINOL Quickly Stopped Mr. Clark's Hsng' on Cough We have seen right hero in Loth-bridge such wonderful results from the use of Vlnol in such cases, that we agree to return tho money to anyone who tries It and does not get the iNursing 'Mission on Wednesday dutv. This accounted for the belief ex-afternoon at 4 o'clock at the home of pres'sed bv the auditor-general tTiat Airs. Robinson, -123 8th St. south. A ^ these revolvers had been sold at less at $15 each, but this was exclusive of i same result Mr. Clark did. Ho says:- full attendance ^s- requested. A dispatch from Ottawa says : Ap- than the retail price of $18.50. received such injuries that he died in plication will be made to parliament the hospital Saturday. The funer- th^s session to incorporate the "lui-al will take place Wednesday after- Perial Order Daughters of the Inn-noon from the residence of his par- Pire. , and the "Children of ilie -.m-s in StalTordvill,. at 2.30, and will, Pirc," lor patriotic purposes. church, Rev. terment s cenie- ..... - ....... goNcrnnient. senieu bv Igary to rei'.i^rt at the lieadiiuai- David CargilT returned to Clares- plav company at the Starland the-| s of tlic AmiTican Leguui m which i,,],, on Friday last from Idaho. It a'.r.. for two davs beginning Wedncs-has enjisteil. .Mr Barton served tin.-.f, years'since .Mr. Cargill left dav, February 2.'ird. Ir years in Ihe I'. S. navy. i tluse parts and his health has been! Five as beautiful women as apho- poor ever since, lie intends making i todrama has ever presented uersonity PlfvlCHER CREEK (From llie bx-bo). The Pinclier Creel; branch A Hundred Thousand Strong-that's the size of the army that passes e'very of the Claresholni his abode until such times the five dramatic love episodes which; r.QQ,. tl-irr>nrr1-i fl-io f.-iA^fz-.T-rr of iiis he can again move to bis farm. reveal the .soul-lessness of the typical-1 yX?^ tnrougn metactory at s-^i ly worldly woman as distir.ct from | Niagara Falls in 'WhlCl icr lit Broc'iet and Suinmerview a very successful farmer. ..Vbout eight I Biirbank theatre stock company in washed aw�y (ui Wednesday years ago he moved to Salmon Arm, I l.os ..\ngeles, was speeially loaned for irning and in coiiseiiuence farmers it. C, and has since been engaged in tbis production, and appears to splen- rvicw will fruit ranching and real estate. ! did advaiilage as the secret service M. I.vman, one of the early �d Cross torwurdnl .SUlU in cash to tiers in Cnarcsholm, arrived in town ! the pure, patient, loyal Solveig back i Shredded Wheat IS made- i;e-e.al fund tliis month. on WeilMCsdav. y.x. I.vman used to in Oudbrnnd-dalc, Norway. Winifred j ^Vq�- inonr. a-ja-n,, liic v.i.nden bridge that spans the own the Downs north farm and was l!rvs(3n, the famous beauty of the. an army mat inspects everj' detail in the manufacture of the cleanest, purest and best of all cereal foods. These crisp, brown, delicious little loaves of baked �whole -wheat have everything in them the human body needs. Try them for breakfast v^ith hot milk or cream. Made in Canada. , the east end i:f Summe ; Cu:upelled to t ravel ti level On 'I'uesday morning at the par- Woman in the Slave Ship episode, jth I'incher Station licfor.- being fi(Miage, the Rev. W. K. MacNiven' Tonight and tomorrow, Lionel Baric to cross. joined in holy bonds of matrimony ' rymorc, in ".ludgc Legard," also a Stanley Pearson has sc ered his Aliss ICdith Rowland, formerly of . good comedy, lineclion with the 13th O.M.R. and Tolield, but for the past five months ,s received an lionorahle di-cliarge. in Claresholm to .lerome George ' ajipenrs that his kne'c has gone I.'reeman, of .N'cw York and recently icii on him and lie is discharged as of Calgary. The young couple left on the morning train f�r Kcthhridge. MACLEOD DOINGS (From tlie Spectator). Mlcally unlit. |V few months ago Hev. Father Sa-pm, 0. M. I., assistant to Father ilon, parish priest, left for France I take up his duties in tlie French my, and Sunday night Rev. Father Olainche who had replaced Father laum, ans.vere.d the call of his Division \o. 1.-S. IC. Murphy, Kw-jther country by starting on his clme ; ni-.. m^. Robertson, ty back to 1. ranee to .pud the col- Ar,le,yille ; Diy. No. 3, Thos. John-s 'I he call came in the mornmg >^,, Macleod ; Div. No. -1 R. B Mc-d he leit by the evening train. Na|,, .Macleod ; Div. No. 5, H. W ierc are now 18 priests from Al- n,.i,rht, :\laclt!od; Div. No. �, M. Stcw-ich army as art, Pearce. At the Majestic I>avid firillith's mightv spectacle, "The Birth of a Nation," will he the attraction at the Majestic tonight, and twice Tuesday, matinee and night, and it is now an assured fact Irta serving in the Frend iaplnins and solditrs. The elections tor councillor in the that this the worlds most talked of si.v divisions-of Local Improvement tliea rical event, ^ylll be gretted^by District No...09 resulted as follows : 1'''^I'-?'^''>'^'^'^ jestic at each penormance. The company and production arrived in the city last night from lOdrponton, it requiring two sixty-foot baggage cars to transport it from place to place. The big orcliestra will be a Ki'Cat feature of the entertainment. Mrs. L. Harmon and Labor Temple Co. is in Difficulties Financial dillicultics stare the Lctli- "I used Vinol tor a chronic cough and hard cold which it seemed tni-po.sslble to get rid of. At nights I would cough violently so I couldn't Bleep. I learned about Vlnol through, a friend who had used it at the house where 1 am living, and tho result at its use in my case was that the hard cold was soon well and the chronic cough disappeared In very short order." F. ,1. Clark, 9 Pearl St. Amsterdam, N.Y. It's the tonic Iron, the extract of M. Johnstone, Mrs. 0. H.! 'l^^^ i ^ ^o^lT^^ ind Mrs. R. E. McArthur �'>J,'^'l, "5" ^^^e companv was . peptone contained In Vinol that make formed, and had a very ambitious ]^ g^^jj for the slructnro were drawn and the company began selling stock for the venture. Just about that time, how-the'ckls'" �UKiuLn^to'Jiight'at"'' I^l 'he bottom started to drip out arthe hoine of .mL S^^^^^^^^^ ^\ estate market and the members arc asked to ittcnd. The P'?"^. fcpped Auxiliary has-been asked to help , I !^V"""'''Vll ^i'^i.^.V thT ^ hH ^ with the Red t;ross dance on Feb. ^.^ /^f " ^-cth- 9.nii, ,n,i mnffnrc nf in,n.^rtn,ep r,rf. hrulgc Lahor lemplc Co. by Flor- I ence Helen Von Zweiberg, of South- port, Lancashire, England, for $lin75. der. to be discussed. default of payment of the amount. The request for a change in the''j^reclosure .proceedings will be in or-present Alberta dower law, and a change in the system of issuing marriage licenses in the province, also a remiiidcr of the Premier's proriusu cf two years ago regarding ^.'le establishment of a home for the aged and infirm, is thequota of legislation asked from the irovincial legislature by the Calgary Local Council i-f W'o- Greeks and Bulgars Have Clash London, Feb. 20.-Patrols of Greeks AT II CHILD'S TONGUE lEN CROSS, FEVERISH iO SICK TAKE NO CHANCES! K/IOVE POISONS FROM LIVER AND BOWELS AT ONCE Mothers can rest easy after giving "California Syrup of Figs," because in a few hours all the clogged-up waste, sour iblle and fermenting food men. Heprcsentatives of the 3,niiieil and Bulgarians fought a sharp en- gently moves out of the bowels, and will go up to the legislature, once it gageni^nt near Doiran, Thursday, af- ^.Zf"' is in session, to see that these r.iat- ter the Bulgarian patrol crossed the .9'^"'^',^^ nl,'^i\7BJnn?S tl,^^^^ ters are given due considerati.in. and frontier, according to a Saloniki dis- ".me from play to empty their bow. will also attend the House .-.t the patch to Renter's Telegram company, reading of the bill giving the franchise The Bulgarians were forced to retire, to women, probably the second read-, leaving two men killed. One Greek iiig. The present dower law which is a soldier was wounded. According to the same dispatch, Owing to the gr at demand for  ] seats, all reservations must he claini-ertson worsted ,11. G. Long to the ed or paid for bv � o'clock tonight. ! tune of U to I. .Mr. Robertson and. otherwise reservations cannot be I guaranteed. The doors will be onened sharp at 7.30 p.m. for night performances, and at 1.30 for tomorrow's In only one division was there a ----- jciMitest, No. 2, in which Geo. Ilob- VULCAN NEWS (From the Advocate), lias. Suitor, of the .1. A. Lindsay .Mr. .Icdin.son the only new luem-tirdware stori, has enlisted in thC|hers of tliC-board. iiks of the 113th. lie went over to At the lirst meeting of the Council ^............... ___________ .. gh River on Saturday to the re- held on Saturday, Jan. 2'2nil, con-' niatiiie.-', the pcrformauecs starting at litin.u: otliees there and cnrolle.l. siderable business was disposed oi, in-! 8.1,') and 2.10 rcsi)ecti\ely. The. rc-rii;, 'lirst sitting of the Districl eluding the election of Mr, Bright as! serve .seal plan will be at Hcdley's luit at Vulcan will be held on Wed- cliairiiian of the council for the ye^r iinlil ti o'clock tonight, after wh'ch sdav, February 23rd, wlien three and the appointment of W. .\. Day hour scats mav he secured at the .ses'will be heard. King and Blach- as srcretai;y.-treasurcr. i\Ir. Bright,, tlieatr." bo.\- ottloe. rd vs -Mi'Lcod and Co.; I'.dward who has been chairman of tlu^ Conner:; vs I'heUiii, anil Ward vs Lawr- cil each year since District tiU was '(v.. the latter being an apiieal from organJ/.ed, is also one of the best . Ulcus' decision. known men, in ^ the province in muni- i.'i:e High River curling clul) sent ciiinl alTairs,' havinj!; been 'n,-nilmber , (o rinks to Vulcan on Friday last, of the provincial execuj.ive for a num- ,.d they met Vulcan curlers in (our her of years. ; !ii .., of which thej lost three and The rale of taxation in the District ui (;ne, ; for llllli wps lixed. at '2ic. per acre, Mr. Vanskivcr's residence had a ' and '|e. on leased laiid. isc call from lire on 'I'ues.iay morn- Corporal. Binning, of the R. N, W. The heat from the sto\e heated .\1. Police, Macleod, lias been pro-Li priitectioii of tin which is behind moled to the rank of sergeant, to shield the wall and the beat Sergt. Garlnnd. late of the R. N. mi till.' tin caused the Beaver Board W. M. Police, i\Iacleod, has enlistei TWO GENERALS IN CASUALTY LIST OF CANADIANS Ottawa, Feb. 20.--Though the total of Cuutidian cns.unltlos in last week's battle In Flanders wag small,.two Canadian brigadier-generals fell wounded, but In neither case was the Injury BorlouH. Word was received at the militia department today that Brlg.-Cieiieral Lacklo was slightly wounded, while provlously Brlg.-Genernl Mac-Idonnell, tormorly commnndnnt of Vortuiiatelv the out- in the Stratlicbna Horse at Wiuni- Stralheona's Ilorso at Winnipeg, was ' reported In the casualty list. catch |eu!; was sd'ii before it could do peg. v damage and it was soon subdued. It is reported that Mr. X. U. Al- riie Red Cross benelltted to the ex- len, late manager oi! the. Bunk of . nt of .i;ao through a musical even- Commerce, Macleod,. has received the Seiiforth I llehlandcrs. In all Ihe (i; which was'held at the residence commission of lieutenant in the, "li'>"".''' A^'*""'' the Canadians have . recent amendment to the 'original one, the French commander-in-chief in the provides for a wife, preventing the east, has gone to Athens, where an-sale of her home hy filing a caveat audience with King Constantino has si.N months prior to the sale. The wo- been arranged. The greatest import-men have felt this to he little better ance is attached to the visit, which than the old la\\' and arc now asking it is believed will mark important de-tliat the law -be moulded like the. On- velopments in the relations between , tario act-lliat every tl^ed of sale of Greece and the entente allies. The 30th Battery are now probably i property made bv a'liusband shall re-' '-- In tho lirst line trenches at Ypros. : quire also the wife's iilgnature. The Chinese Funeral Accordlnfe' to word received In the ' desired change In (lie marriage license The funeral of Jim Sing of Vulcan city the boys were to leave for the j law a.sks that only government olli-jwas held yesterday afternoon from cials shall handle licenses and that, the Chinese National Club. Over 75 every intended marriage shall he pub-;members of that organization followed 20lh Battery Now in the Firing Line battle line lust week. Major Ripley writes that ho visited the trendies In advance and later was to take up the; Uslie'd in at least three issuesi of the the remains to their resting place in battery. He states that the 7th bri. gade and the 5th brigade are located bosldfl each other at the front. Major Ripley states that It will be impos-slblo for the Germans to make another drive, as there Is a veritable network of allies' trenches in front of them. MOBILIZATION OF MEDICAL MEN London, Feb. 20.-Tho approaching mobilization of physicians and sur-g'oona is forecasted in a circular issued by the local government board to the local authorities. It points out tho nucesBlty for making provisional arrangements to' enable every medical ............__..............man below tho age of 4,') years who j General Lockle comes from Vuiicou-'oan bo spared without injury lo the vor and was formerly head Of tho T. B. Lebow on Monday ev-;Arniv. participated, ho has been coneplcuous and In tho reorganization that took place last summer lie was raised to the rank of brlgadlor-genurnl. MRS. DELCHER'S C/^SE DISMISSED BY POLICE 'JUDGE San Francisco, Feb. 20,-Tho charge brouglit by .Mrs. Helen Delcher lllelou Urantley) ngainst John Grltfln .lohli-ston, tho woallby clubman and broker, on Btiitutory grounds, was dl�-uilsBud In till! poUcu court bv Judge Brndy. The luu'ilBti'Hte re:uar)-..d, In dia-mlsfclng the case, that tho �vldenli to warrant the govtrn-iiient taking such a step. DOUGLAS-SMITH :\Iiss Klizabetli Wright Smith, only daughter of Mr. Alexander AUerdice, 1113 East Balmoral St., was united In marriage lo Pte. John Wright Douglas of Lethbridge, now oi the 13th O.iM.H., on Thursday, 17th Feb-j runry. Rev. J. .\. Claxton of Knox church,  performed the marriage ccrtv-inouy,-iMcdlcine Hal News. -Miss Iniies Hill of Vancouver, was the lioiior guest at a delightful girls' tea on Saturday aileriiooii, which claimed Miss Florence Hill -s lics-tess. Twenty friends of the hostu.ss spent the afternoon chatting with the guest of honor. The tea table wa.s centred with a rustic busktt lill-ed with crimBon carnations and was p�eslded over bv Mrs. B. B. Hill and Mrs. W. J. Arinstropg. the Chinese section of the miners' cemetery. els, a(\d they become tightly packed, liver gets sluggish and stomach disordered. When cross, feverish, restless, see If tongue is coated, then give this delicious "fruit laxative." Children love it, and it can not cause Injury. No difference what ails your little one -If full of cold or a sore throat, diarrhoea, stomach ache, ibad breath, remember, a gentle "Insjde cleansing" should always bo the first treatment given. Full directions for babies, children of all ages and grown ups are printed on each 'bottle. Beware of counterfeit tig syrups. Ask your druggist for a 50 cent bottle ot "California Syrup ot Figs" then look carefully and see that it is made by the "California Fig Syrav Co." We make no sniallur size. Hand back with contempt any other fig syrup.- Advertisement. The Lethbridge Herald, Lethbridge; Alberta Gentlemen, Could get work sooner at this end, but you are turning out better work than we can get anywhere. Last panels were O.K. to the letter. Yours truly, MUSICAL ECKARDS Per Gordon Eckard The above statement was made in a letter bringing a $90.00 order for 3-color �work from the Musical Eckards at present touring Manitoba, and patrons of the Herald Job Dept, for the past 3 years. i (-1 2591 ;