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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 21, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE TIVF* I t 1 i ; .I THE^|i.gTHBRIpGE frr.TLT -HERALD WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 21, 191^ 4" A bar of this delicious sweetmeat keeps a soldier refreshed through many a weary houi4. j It^ sure solace fpr workers at home, too. WRIGLEV'S is sealed tight so it keeps right. Always fresh and full flavored. On sale everywhere-^-cents the packet. Send WRIGLEV'S in every letter or parcel to the Front- WM. WRICLEY, JR. CO., Ltd. Wrijile> Bldg., Toronto Tlie TWO fUVOM DOUBLEMINTjJI CffEW IT AFTER CVOTY WEAL cso     *  *  NATIONAL GOVERNMENT  i ' � * '    � ifjij ^(Canadian Finance, Feb. 7). /Here and there some partizan newspaper tries to bulldoze its readers in-fo-fyeUlevlng that the National Government cry has been: raised by a, Grit clique-or, moat Ingenious explanation of all, by corporation interests djbsiroug of escaping further taxation on 'war profits. Winnipeg developments help to give the lie direct to all alien affrighted whimperings from party watch-dogs. Three of the city's organizations which have always kept rigidly from pronouncements on party politics, lately passed resolutions for wartime reorganization of the Dominion.,''government;. The resolution of the; Canadian club, which was carried unoniiiioiicly 13 for pollco andffr/e protection according to figure* compiled by. Mayor Hardie, commissioner of public safety. In 1B13, the two departments, then under sep-; arate-heads, .spent u total of $5!),-922.67. In 1916, the two departments, under one head for practically the whole .of the year, spent only ?30,-773.60. The big reduction is in the police department, which has been reduced from '20 men to six. In 1913 the po-l Hce'required $26,569 as against a mere | $4,770 last year.: . j The average expenditure of the two! departments, taken separately for the � past four years was: 1913 V..................$29,061.33 ' 19.14................... 26,583.73 1915 -V.................. lft,569.S2 1916 ;.................. lf),3S6.80 It is expected that the cost of the two departments will be even less this year as the amalgamation under one chief did not take place until after some months of 1916 had passed. -To Prevent The Grip Colds cause Grip-Laxative Bromo Quinine removes the cause. There is only one "Bromo Quinine." E. W. GROVE'S signature on box. 25c. Skin Sufferers YbiiiiWill sigh With relief at the first magic,touch of D. D. D. the soothing wash,of oils. Many of our customers thank us for the advice. You will too. Try D,.D. D today. We guarantee it.- til O. G. Dcvenish, managing director of the United "Oils, is In the south country and the understanding is that he is arranging to drill move wells in the district southeast of Lethbridge. On a visit to Lethbridge last rail, he stated to the Herald'that his company intended to drill' again this spring, and asserted his conviction that they would yet discover oil in quantities. It is understood' his present, visit to the south is for ,the purpose of locating the scene of this year's activities. While the company is very keen on bringing in an oil well in the south, it is hardly likely they will drill far from the ^site of their present well at Foremost where they brought in last' year one of the largest gas producers in the province, for it is understood that the company is considering the possibility of finding a market for their gas,, with pipe lines to Winnipeg and to Montana smelters among the projects being most seriously considered. Among other projects, it is very likely that Foremost will consider the acquisition of a gas supply from the United wells this year. The cost of piping gas from the present well near the town would be in the neighborhood of $50,000, and the citizens believe that the returns from such an expenditure would be more than enough to pay all charges against the bonds it would be necessary to issue. Foremost is growing rapidly, and with an inexhaustible gas supply for the town, it would attract many more citizens who expect to see the town become an important centre on the completion of the Lethbridge-Weyburn line. For Young and Old Keep Your Digestion Perfect. Nothing is Quite So Safe and Pleasant as Stuart's Dyspopsla Tablets. FREE TRIAL MAILED ON REQUEST Thousands of men and women have J found Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets the safest and .most reliable' preparation for any form of indigestion or stoni- STORAGE FURNITURE AND PIANO MOVING A SPECIALTY. COAL AND DRAYING McLean Transfer Office: V Balmoral Block Phone 1097 Residence: 524 Seventh St. 8. Phone 1089. AYING OF ALL KINDS COAL C. O. D. PHONE 13 4 5 Turner & Witehell Office at Kennedy's 410 13th St. ach trouble. But the Tablets are just as good for little folks as for their elders. Little children who are pale, thin and have no appetite should use the Tablets .after eating and derive great benefit from them. Full sized boxes are sold by all druggists for 50 cents, and no parent should neglect the use of this safp remedy for all stomach and bowel troubles if the child is ailing in any way. Mail coupon for trial. Jj. U.- HigintJothaui a. uo., Ltd., Druggists, ietnbridge.-Advertisement. ANTI-SUBMARINE NET CATCHES STEAMER Newport' News, Va., Feb., 20.-Divers worked this-morning to free the1-Old Dominion line steamer Madison, which became entangled last night in the steel anti-submarine net, at the DRAYING Of All Kinds WesternTransferCo. Limited Free Trial Coupon f.A. Stuart Co., 252 Stuart Bldg Marshall, Mich. Send me at once by return mail, a, freo trial package of Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets. Office-C. P. R. Freight Shedo PHONES Office ........... 1163 | Stables .......... 1064 The Bulldogs Are Coming! Kennesey^Wilson THE STOREofBIG VALUES NORTH LETHBRIDGE CARStotheDOOR PHONE 789.' entrance to Hampton Roads. The Madison was bound from Norfolk to New York with passengers and cargo. IF POSSIBLE, FOR OUR MUTUAL BENEFIT, PLEASE SHOP IN FORENOONS. DOES YOUR BILL COME HIGH 7 'THURSDAY, FRIDAY AND SATURDAY'S PRICES and values at our store, will present an opportunity to eliminate the high cost of boots and shoes, lor tlu>se who practice economy and appreciate rea I values in fashionable and serviceable footwear. I Oiir prices for these three days will mean fast and furious shoe selling. We apologize in advance if you do not receive our usual good attention. SAVE YOUR DOLLARS! SAVE THEM HERE! SAVE THEM NOW! Washington'', FalJ. 20.-Construction or fifty additional submarines, half of themrtoVbe .built on the Pacific coast, is .-proposed In an amendment to the naval.appropriation bill agreed to late today, by:WV aeiiate naval  committee. Eighteen /submarines yrere provided for in tliefbili a* It passed the house. The' Bulldegs - Ar� Qfin?(ns I The Builders (Are Conning I AT STARLAND ' Geraldine Farrar, prima donnp apt) screen, star, will make her second a�� pearanco at Starland tonight in "Maria Rosa," a picturizetion of the famous drama by Guldo Marburg and WaJ'lacf Gillpatrick. Many will rememberyh^Tr Ing seen Miss Farrar in "Carjnen,*' "Maria Rosa" gives her even greater scope for her wonderful dran^atlq ahiUtyHhan the former production /' YOU CAN 00 BETTER-�-/HenneseyaWilson DRY GOODS.V MENS WEAR. boots * shoes NORTH LEITHeP I OGE cabs to the oaan Ladies' African : Brown High Cut Lace Boots, leather Louis heels, turned soles, receding toe. The late colors and Styles in new : smart footwear. Roguiar $8.50 values. On sale Ladies' Dorothy Dood, hand craft genuine Russian calf, - mahogany tan boots. Cuban heel, Goodyear welted soles, medium high top. A, B, C and D width. Reg. � AB $7.50 values. On sale..... 0�TtO Ladies' Patent Button Boots, mat kid top, receding toe. Genuine leather Louis heels. B and D width. A smart dress boot of quality. Regular $6.00 values, o or Ladies' Patent- Lace and Button Boots. Leather Louis heels, receding toe, turned soles. Reg. O OC $3.95 values. On sale .... Ctm�tv) Little Gents' Box Kip Bluchers. Strong wearing boots. Sizes 8 to 10.1/2, Regular $2.25 values. 1 OA On sale ............. I.OU Misses'- High Top Button Boots. Mat kid top, sewn soles. A perfect combination of a dress and service-... able boot. Sizes 11 to 2. o Reg. $3.75 values. On sale' ���Mf Growing girls' Velour Calf Lace Boots. Medium toe, solid leather "soles and heels. Will stand real wear. Sizes 2 to 6. Regular O OC $4.50 values. On sale---- UtOO -Mr m CHOOSE YOUR SIZE IN A PAIR FROM si OUR WINDOW. THESE ARE BROKEN I I LINES, BUT ALMOST ALL SIZES, THE i  PRICE IN ALL CASES IS JUST ABOUT S  HALF THE REGULAR. Chllds' Dong Button Boots. Wide toe, patent cuff, spring' heel. Regular $2.00 values. Sizes 5 to 7|/2. f>1 AC On sale.................................. V1'*** Men's Box Calf Bluchsr Boots, double soles, medium heels, wide toe. Regular $5.50 values. A or On sale......... fl*&�9 Chllds' Gunmetal Button Boots. Serviceable anc' dressy. Sizes 8 to 10y2 Regular $2.50 val- j QC| ues. On sale ... L*uD , Men's Tan Military Boots Men's Tan Calf Military Boot3. Single soles, Goodyear welted, low heels, wide fitting. d�^| AC Regular $6.60 values. On sale........ �P*I��F*� Ladies' Patent Lace, grey cloth top, leather Louis heels, receding toe. Goodyear :: welted soles. A, B and D width. Regular $5.50 values. On Sale $3.45 Ladies' Patent Button Boots, cloth top, leather Louis heels, Goodyear welted soles, medium toe with short vamps. B and D widths. Regular $6.00 values. - o OP On sale ----...... OmOD Men's Tan and Black bongo-la House Slippers. -Regular $2.00 values. On sale ........ 1.20 Men's Tan Calf Blucher Boots. Single soles, swing last, medium heel. A good wearing, neat shoe.' Regular $5.00 values. O QC On sale ............... Boys! Do You Dance? Dancing will be most enjoyable when you wear our turned sole pumps. Price : : : : : The Cut-Rate American Boot B*fcijgpjj$;s Ql<$ Stand _ 116, Sth Street, South . ^ 1 -1 I ;