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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 23, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta W^AGEElflHT 1 THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD ? ^ , ; ,\ > I ^HOOKING COUGH. ^.^Every Mother .Should Know Tbat RENO'S IS A SURE & SAFE CURE. pNo1 cough sufferer can fail to benefits from -the ustf of .Veno's Lightning Cough. Gure. � In Whooping Cough its! qfuick:, -sure relief, is something to wonder at. The child gets relief al-xriost at once, and as the treatment is'continued the attacks become less . violent and less frequent till they cense altogether. Never believe that whooping Cough niust run its course. tJso Velio's, and you will know that it can be cured at any time. Being free from dope, it is absolutely safe. Prices $Q cents and. 60 cents, from, druggists and stores throughout Gannua.-;Ad v erliseni ent. BEAUTIFUL ENGLISH LADY -NURSES' WOUNDED CANADIANS. To Cure a Cold in One Day Take LAXATIVE BROMO QUININE Tablets, Druggists refund if it fails to caiv. E. W. Grove's signature is on oath box. 25c. : : * ? ? : ?:' prevails. Army headquarters' reads: "During the fog and ? rain the^day was calm in most >� sectors. At some points on the > Artois and Somme fronts and ? also between the Meuse and �> the Moselle, there "were local : engagements of a minor na-5>; ture between reconnoitring > parties. Several prisoners were > > > >> Guaranteed Khl Gloves, $1.50 White and Tans. All sizes. Th�, famous Fownes makes. Lovely soft kid. Only a. limited "quantity,! as good-as:mny, you can buy now. at. $.2.0.0.� Whitewith, black sitiching and various shades of tans. Girls Wash Dresses, $1.25 to $2.50 .Size* 2 to 6 and'6 to 14. . ;� j  Madefof ginghams in stripes, checks'and plaids. ' All guaranteed- wash, colors. Very smart; becoming styles in middy and other girlish effects. All won-. derful Values at the prices. '   Mrs. Charles Baker, daughter of Sir Robert Park Lyle. She is a nurse in the V. A. D..hospitals. . PREMIER SIFTON AGREES THE SHOULD BE SOME THE HOTEL Edmonton, Feb. 23.-"There is no doubt as to the desirability of fcome sort of oversight of this class of bus- 1T;Nqte: Folks in town and adjoining , , ;. - . , , lewanUes *re delighted with the result* !?,ess' \as th? s^1116*11 of Premier theyhaveobtainedbynsing^^li^KR/C" . slft�n when informtng the large dep-ita'e newest discoverv of Dr. Pierce, who "tat"5*1 that waited upon him and 'is-head of the Invalids' Hotel ahd;Hon- 9- R- Mitchell, provincial treas-8nRGlCAI, Institute, in Buffalo, N. Y. i urer 11113 morning requesting legis-Those who started the day with a back- , lati9H Siving the government power ache, stiff legs, arms and muscles, and jto regulate thje hotels, boarding an aching head (worn out before the ! houses and restaurants of the prov-day began because they were in and oat ilice. thnt the matter .would be cohsid-of bed half a dozen times at night) are , ered by the executive council.. The appreciating the perfect rest, comfort'deputation which was composed of bad new strength they obtained from * representatives . of the Northwest I>r. Pierce't Anuric Tablets. To prove Commercial Travellers' Association that this ie a .certain uric acid solvent, the Drifted Commercial Travellers, and conqaen headache, kidney and;voiced the. unanimous conclusions of bladder^ diseases and rheumatiem, � it. .mexubers* E. .M. Black, the new yon ve,in�sver used the "Anuric,'' �at i cbmmissioner of public utility,- ap-this out and send ten cents to Doctor / pearinc-for. the Calgarv board of Pierce for a large sample package. This will prove to you that "Anuric" is thirty - seven times more active than Per yard.*-.-............... .....----TTtJC- WHiTE VOILES. Plain and fancy. Special ........;...'........... : BEST PRINT AND GINGHAM �5l ' Special .w-..........i..........; TWILLED SHEETS. Hemstitched. 1 .'-�) COTTONS, "NAINSOOK, Splendid va'uea Q'A," ' At 15c, 18c, 25o and .----------....JW?.C BEST LINEN FINISH SHEETING." Of*- 50c and...........QvC LINEN TOWELING. 45 Inches. Special.......................... HOLLAND LINEN. 34'inchei. ' J Pure linen. ..........-............... ��>wC CANTON PLANNELS. 15c to .-^........-------........... �aC HEAVY SAVANNAH DUCK. QA� 7 ounce.................. dUC New Arrivals this Week in Suits and Coals, Skirts- and Dresses � IVfany of thorn on display and sale tomorrow^for {he first tluie. Girls' .Smart Pleated .Coat Suits. :  Navy, brown and greeri. Special .s�".5o. , Ladios' Smartest Suits.;( Pleated . coats. Colors gold, apple,' bid rose, navy, $30.00 to $4250._ Newest Covert Coats. Misses' and Woman's. Sizes Up toi 44. $20.00 > to. $32^50. .'.',..-';!, : � V \ \ Newest ' Donegal, Tweeds ' i and" , Checks in smartest coats. $17.5'o� ', -to $30.00. Newest,;Velbur Ceats. Plain,; arid.: checks. Special Values, $20.00" to $23.00/ Newest.Billy Burke Drosses. Silks *' 'srhd serges. Lovely styles. jio'.'OO' nb $32.50. , SILK CREPE DE CHENE All colors.^............. $1.50 $1.00 . 50t WASH SATIN. All new shades Yard............... NATURAL RAJAH 6IM 'membersfiofj.the>*Ladles" Infetituteiwere present last Saturday/ Mrs - * " "' �"� will be held-some time in March A dance will be given the 23rd of February at Tyrrell's . Lake school house.' ------- "' � - �'*'" ONTARIO SURPLUS IS OVER A MILLION Toronto, Fe'btJ 23.-That Ontario's surplus for the.past fiscal year is 81,-134,000; ihe largest in the history (>t the province, was shown by Hon.f-.T. W. McGarry'in-presenting-the finah'-' cial budget' in the legislature this afternoon." Total receipts for the year \vere'sv*i3,S40.000; - expenditures" 112,-t 706,090.- The net debt, of the province has jbcpn reduced S810,000.. >�There is an "increase of $1,462,000,in revenue. is^lef'Ti'ealf^rj'|500,boft inireyenje -JaSe Schin" wa^ap|^inite'd' d^pS* tge^^^ftce^ais feif caused-|j�r loss was more than.wiped out by- increased -revenue derived from the. amusements tax and-automoblle -tax.:. "I'can.remedy idost ills; aiid help you to escape many ailments, if you give me .lanehr aid/'Naturally, Nature prefers PJU-S Unf�t Sal* rfAnyRdaicWiitt lk�VTML ! 1 ^Mmt^hm: b^xu, 28e.'.-'t. . .50c; FRESHfTRlilTS and/ vec|etaJjles Oranges, small aip juicy, per dozen 25c. 35c, 40c and.................'. .�... 50c Tanrjerincs, 2 dozi^h for - '.^............'. 35o Cslifornia B'.coc! 0,rang!sv 2 doz. for..... 4jc Grape Fruit, fanc^ Florida, 12/2c and ... 15c _____:___.L � oranges - - Regular 30c a dozen, on sale ; two dozeii' for .----... 45 C glories are,common of.fsrmers who fcfve more than paid the original cost o! Uieiv land from the proceeds of this year's- crop. Many of the automobile sing the larger rars One^ firm , xn^Oalgary sold $200,000 worth of cars 4uring one month of this year, which .teas a record. Almost, every small t town now, has its garage where all re-jKt'y-b, can be -made- and new parts lio'ttght -TWb; and the general prosperity, which '4t- indicates,., instigated. �***1-*tA,___Ul. , t..JMI--.' 'i __________, ._ very optimistic as to Ibe future of irTigutioi) farming in that province. The bank cleaflngs, which are a pretty good business barometer, have increased in some cities as much as JOB per cent over those for the same period last year, and all the western cities and towns show big increases, soma of them exceeding all past records On the whole, the Canadian West is at present experiencing prosperity-prosperity of the solid kind, that has a real foundation, and is not merely the result of speculation or borrowed capital. It is a prosperity of the farmer, the backbone of the country, and,when the farmer is'pros- eoVshi&raMe.* bnjjding .activities, ^nrtj.-perens it Jb merely a iai:ter of time �onpe�>ter� and builders have befit iin-luiitii the money reaches all classes in We to keep-uD .with*the amount ofituri, - Time it! In five minutes all stomach distress will go. No indigestion, heartburn, sourness or belching of gas. acid or eructations of undigested food, no dizziness, bloating, foul breath or headache. Pape's Diapepsin is noted' for its speed in regulating upset stomachs. It is the surest, quickest and most certain indigestion, remedy in the-whole world and besides it is harmless.  Millions of mon and women noy eatiB their favorite foods without fear-they ; {know Pape's Diapepsin will save them from any stomach misery. i Please, for your sake, get a large fifty-cent case of Pape's Diapepsir. ; from any drug store and put ypui j stomach right. Don't keep on beink '. I miserable-life is too short--you are j not here long, so make your' stay ] agreeable. 'Eat what you like and  digest it; enjoy it, without dread of 1 rebellion in the stomach. % j Pape's Diapepsin belongs in your home anyway. Should one of your family eat something which don't'agree with them, or in case of an attack o: indigestion, dyspepsia, gastritis or stomach derangement at daytime o. during tho night, it fs handy to giy' the quickest, surest relief known.- Advertisement. Bananas, p:r dozen Rhubarb, 2 lbs. Cucumbers, eech . Toilst Soap, seven"; cakes for Royal Crown Cle'snscr, on three tins,for^......... Wash bosrds, eaoh ........ Fels Naptha Spapy.per pkq. ...... White Nsptha, ten cakes ....... 6ani-r!ush, per* tin ....... Little Eoy Blue pn sale three for ............ 50c ............ 35c ............ 35c ..........., 25c sale, this wtiak. ............ 23c ... 45c, 55c, 70c ............70c. ............ 45c ............ 25c .... 10c Black Knioht ;St0.ve Polish, psr tin ---- 10c Buckwheat Flbur^sclf rising, 2 pkgs. for 35c Rettijohn's Breakfast Food ............. 15c Carnation Wheat; Flakes;, s............... 50C Scotch Ontoakesj-;pef packnge .......... 15c Bovril Corclinl,: Ip-oz. Jjottfe ............ $1,;40 Tomatoes, California, 2y2;tlns, two for ... 45c Corn, two tins for...................... 35c Pons and Beans',................. 15c Marmalade, Wethey's 4 lb. pail, regular 75c, on sale �........................ 60c Vinegar, Holbrook's English Malt, on sale 27c �Pearl Hominy., per pkg' California Pure Olive Oil. per bottle Hot House Lettuce/'per lb.....<..,...... 40e Head'Lettuee, two for................... 25c' Spinach, two lbs. for ...............;... 4.5c Ripe Tomatoes, per lb...............-..35c, Cranberries, 'two pounds for ....... ^ ... 25c 'Green Onions,'per bunch ----.�..',. 10c Celery,' per lb. '........'.......';.. 18b; Spanish Onions, 3 lbs. for ...____'V...... 2Sc- Asparagus, Gold Bar or Libby's, per tin .. 35c Corn Starch, Brown or Polson'o, two pkgs. 35c. i.i.'.'tSc. . 75c: Table Flfls, fresh, 2 pkgs. for........... 25c Olives, Ripe,'...........T......".. 20c,and 43c. Olives, Green 15c, 20c,; SO'c.-'and 40c Custard Powder, Horne's assorted, flavors, on sale, tin.....................----... 10c Poahut Butter, 1 lb. tins.............----30c Peanut ButtSr, bulk.............2c' Blanched Peanuts, per lb.......,-.....-. p5'c Shelled Almonds, finest, per lb. .'.;......,60c Comb Honey, two tor..........60c- Roquoford Cheese, per jar ........ s~ .'.... 38c R�ispbiri*y Vinegar,, large bottle 40c Grape Juice .v...........Zac Crabb Apple Jelly. E.?mcns'-pure, 16-oz. glass, per glass ................;...........30t .Pineapples, sliced Hawaiian, No. �2'tins ... 25fc Peacho's, Apricots and Royal Ann^ Cherries, No. 1 tin ...........'____........,:,...'..:; -,2qfe- ChocolBtes, Barker's Dot ...."....;'...... 2Sc' Cocoa. Bcnsdrop's Rpyr.l Dutch 3jc and... 60s' Oysters, No. 2 tins ..................... 35c OystArs, No. 1 tln3, two for. Tuna Fish, 7-pz. tin Corn on Cob,'gallon ti Dates Dromedary, a h psr package ..... Dates, Fard, flne^ cati Mincemeat, hom'ernnde.Hn O'Cedsjr Mops...... 6'Cedar Oil Hony Spread, a dainty wholeaome honey food, { ''''��� package....................,........ 35c ^ Llmburger Cheese,-per package ......... 45c/ TEA ALL TEAS HAVE ADVANCEO 8c PEri* POUND, STOCK UP NOW WITH FIVE OR  TEN POUNDS. KERR'S SPECIAL AT THE " OLD PRICE. . �/� � Ten, Kerr's specjal, pleasing in flavor, depend-, able quality, ^per lb..........'..,....: 40c. Tea, Deckajulia, per pound .-.........60c. Tea, Gunpov/cler Snd Spidcrleg, per lb.... 60c t Coffae^jOur Ideal Blond, good quality-and excel fent flavor, three pounds,.' beans or fresh ground for ............$1.00 Coffee, George Washington, made in the cup. 45c, 75c and........... .:;.-.. ,\ . $1.1P Coffee. Mocha and Java Blends. A high class coffee, per pound .........50c i?30 ..,k,V..#'..'.V3.Pc ,.,____.t&,;sH ... .,',950 m .grade! GoUtJfinfdgia.- '^I6."'v...,,#.j54'i.-',*?e bulk jr*"..., We .,..756Sind;$I|5 fa.. 2Sc^in,d-3s0c Old English Floor Wax, tin............. 65c �honel453 ainily Grocers and Provision Merchants m ;