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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 24, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta wthway. FWmUATW 24. 1917 ' TFTE LFTHHRTDGR. P4TT/Y HKHMjn page nina SEVEN YEARS E iotUag Hatpacl Him Until Ha Took FRUIT-A-TIVCS" .-rV:V-J /kUCRT VARNER Buckingham, Quo., May 3rd, 1915. Tot seven years, I suffered terribly from Severe Headaches and Indigestion, Iliad belching gas from the stomach, bitter stuff would, come up into ray mouth 4fter eating;, while at times I had nausea sad vomiting, and had chronio Constipation. I went to several doctors >nd wrote to a specialist in Boston but without benefit. Itried many remedies but nothing did me good. Finally, a friend advised "Vntit-a-tivca". I took this grand fruit medicine and it made fcse well. I' aim grateful to " Fruit-a-tives", aud to everyone who has miserable health with Constipation and Indigestion and Bid'Stomach, 1 say take "Fruit-a-tives ", and you will get well", ALBERT VARNKU. 60c.  box, 6 for $2.50, trial size, 25c. At dealers or sent postpaid on receipt of price by Fruit* -Uvea Limited, Ottawa. VON BEBiNSTOBFF, WIFE AND DAUGHTER, DEPARTING This picture of the Von Bernstorff party about to leave their special train to board the Frederick VUI shows: Left to right, Countess Von Bernstorff, PrlnceBS Von Hatzfeldt, and Count' Johann Von Bernstorff. YOU CAN'T FIND ANY AND HI _ OUT Save Your Hair! Make It Thick, Wavy. . Glossy' and Beautiful at Once.  T% as you wil), after an application of Danderine, you can not find a single trace:.'of dandruff or falling hair and . your scalp will not itch, but what will i ....... please you most, will be after a few I coupled in . the. appeal .against the weeks' use when you see new hair, charge' of .selling1 liquor contrary to like and downy at first-yes-but: the Alberta 'Set. ,to;;.the;probable "ultimate consumer,"' who .t>nny (Brt-mrmfon), $76747: Dominion Press f'jpdmont-onV �.12.6.75; Kdmontnn Print-Irwr ft .Piihli'dilniJ'comnany. lt0.S0B.90; EPd"'e Press (FMrnonronl. $51.206 23; LfthVvHdcre Hprald Job Denartment, $1,1.713 90; Medicine Hat News. S5.-676.39: Ponoka Herpifll *8- Bnssian Voire. S200: Taber Times. $797. sThe Lethbridse Herald Job Denartment account covered the printing of 10 000 copies of the Denartment of Agriculture jreoort"'for two vears. 1915 j and 1916. This1 is one of the biggest and.,,most, conjprehen^ive renorts issued by the 'government The report covers /around '*jf6'0 pages and in the two reportB covered by the above account, nearjy $6000 'was spent on pa- VALLEY IS DEAD Word has been received of thf death at* Big Yalley>~ Alia., of James N. HamiUqn, who . died, in January-following a lengthy illness. Mr. Hamilton, who was .'.55 years of. age came to Southern Alberta 36 years ago and' resided ih this, district; practically all the time. He was well a known rancher. Mr. Hamilton is survived, by his wife? dances this winter was that held last; Dau M , the E ire ^ t night in the Sons of Lngland hall by \ jn the E.lizabethan room. Mrs. S. J. the Lethbrldge basketball team in: honor of the visiting Raymond teams, i and .supporters. Oyer two hundred j c looked ft the t Sev. people were present to enjoy the danc- cral instrumental numbers by Miss tag,-which started as soon as the sen- D m and M, M , D.H ; gen added to the enjoyment of the, Shepherd, Mrs. W. S. Gray, Miss Ade-: | line Henderson and Miss Essie Mc- lor game was over and continued until an early hour. The hall was decorated for the occasion with pennants* and presented a truly festive appearance.. Sandwiches and coffee were served at midnight. Mrs. R. T. Brymner, Mrs. D. E. Harris and Mrs. Peter Lund acted as hostesses. Among the visitors present from Raymond were: Misses Hortense Gordon, Valeria Nalder, Florelle Love, Lila Little, Hazell Allen, Rowina Hicken, Mel-ba Kirkham, Ella Millner, Jennie Thompson, Belle Corless, Maude Cor-less, Leah Hicken, Avanda Whitbeck, afternoon. In connection with these I. j O. D. E. teaB at the club the commit-! tee in charge wish to thank the fol-j lowing for donations: Crystal Dairy,' Cox Dairy, Empire Meat Market, Good Co., Terrill Co., City Bakery and Schweitzer's bakery.   m COLTHORP-JOHNSON On Thursday afternoon, February 22nd, at Fifth Ave. Methodist church, Medicine Hat, the marriage took place of Mr. Roy Homer Coithorp and Miss Messrs. Myron, Holmes, Lee Brewer- j Selma Johnson, both of Winnifred. ton, Rulon Hicken, Loronzo Mitchell,' Rev. A. S. Tuttle conducted the mar M. T. King, Geo. Laycock. riage ceremony. PLAN DESTRUCTION BRITISH CONSULATE The Hague, Feb, 24.-The discovery has been made of three unsuccessful attempts to blow up the British consulate at Groningen. Several arrests already have been made. I AN EXTRA SESSION I Washington, Feb. 23. - President Wilson has decided to call an extra session of the senate for March 5 to | consider nominations. This was of-I f icially announced at the White House today. On Sale 7.30 to 10 at the "Bay" Store BLACK TAFFETA SILK. 60 yards only. 30 inches wide. 7.30 to 10 p.m. Special, per yard.............................$1.19 BOYS' JERSEYS. In colors of navy, cardinal, brown and white. Regular $1.75. Tonight........... $1.29 Regular $1.50. Tonight...........$1.19 Regular $1.25. Tonight........... g9c CORSET SPECIAL. Royal Worcester and D. & A. Corsets. All sizes worth up to $3.00. Special...................$1.49 KITCHEN CURTAINS. Already looped at top, deep border finish at bottom. Regular 45c. Tonight, each...............29C ... ___ ..i .. MEN'S BOX CALF BUTTON BOOTS. In a wide fitting and a block toe with a medium sole. A very dressy boot at a rock bottom price. Regular $5.00. Saturday night special. p�t............................� $2.89 Grocery Specials Grape Juice, quart bottles. Regular 50c. Special............. .............. 40c Custard Powders. Regular 10c. Extra special, 4 for.....................*25c Pure Olive Oil in quart tins. Special .  95c (|hf ludson's Bag (Jomparuj. + ?  .'��'' * * * 1 ? ? New York, FeFb. 24.-According to (Special to the Herald) I an officer in the -British naval re- _ . , , , Serve, who arrived in New York last Raymond, Feb. 24.-Tonight .in !,night from St. Lucia in the West the town hall a meeting will' be held Indies, the German raider VIneta was of the special committee of the local {sunk four weeks ago by the British union of the United �^..^.tJS^0^^^^^11^ ed to secure stock for the proposed consorting steamer St; Thodore with farmers' elevator, and there {is. no. the cruiser Amethyst off the island o' likelihood of the scheme' falling Fernando de Nornha; 125 miles from through. Very few farmers refused the coast of Brazil. 1 > to buy stock and all were agreed that, \ The report was given by an officer increased elevator capacity was heod- dt the Glasgow, who said there were ed at this point. f-.4!".'> three .vessels cruising'' .in company The stock is selling for sixty dollars when the Amethyst approached and per share with five years to pay. The only' two appeared to take part in the purchaser becomes a shareholder.{in tikHt. The third vessel-did not fire, the Alberta Co-operative Slevator -but? sheered off. company and shares in the profits j Oppbrtunity Sale! EXTRA SPECIALS for MON. MORNING , on sale from 9 to12 Special Sale of BOYS' FLANNELETTE NIGHT GOWNS. Sizes 6 to 12 years. Monday morning special............. NO C. O. D. OR PHONE ORDERS .49 Ladies' Muslin NIGHT DRESSES. Extra special value. Worth $1.50. Monday morning special . *.... .58 NO C. O. D. OR PHONE 0RDER8 ITALIAN TRANSPORT SUNK � Berlin, Feb;';24.-(By wireless)-The admiralty .today an-nounosd^that the.vl.taliah .trahs-port Minnas, . carrying 1000 soldiers' to' Saloniki, has been sunk. � -:,,J'''"-"""^ �{.']�'�: of that concern. This makes it an unusually attractive investment, aside from the greater storage facilities >it will give local farmers. The promoters of the elevator are agreed that they want the largest type of elevator built by that company. They are going to work hard to that eud, which means that if they are successful, a house with a 90,000 bushel capacity will be built. A strong effort will ; also be made to have the elevator un-? ;der way early in the spring. SILK COVERED CRIB COVERS. 30 only. Sizes 22x27 in. up to 27x36 in. Mitered border i and with floral designs. Filled with best. Laminated cotton down. Regular $2.50 each. Monday only.,, No C. O. D. or Phone Orders. .....------........... 1.25 ALL BUT TWO OF Tl ' Montreal, Feb. 24.-First returns from a portion of St. John City, show four opposition candidates leading. King's County, partial, Premier Murray and two colleagues leading; Northumberland, four opposition candidates leading. Rome, Feb. 24.-The official report of the sinking of the Italian transport Minnas, is as follows: " A German submarine on Feb. 17, sunk by a torpedo in the Mediterranean, the Italian steamer Minnas, 2,854 tons bound to Saloniki. She carried 1,000 troops, a large o.uantity of ammunition and $3,000,000 worth pf'gold:" The steamer's crew and troops on A SAD STORV London, Feb. 23. - The following brief item in the Times tellB many sad stories: "A verdict of death from tuberculosis, accelerated.by privations and unsuitable food while a prisoner of war in Germany, was returned at the Inquest on Jos. Wright,, aged 29, a private in a Lincoln regiment, who died in a military hospital Tuesday." Wright was formerly a butler in Chester. He was slightly wounded and taken- prisoner of war;, a,t Loos. He was in Germany 9 months before be-ing sent to Switzerland, where he arrived* in a terribly emaciated condition. DOLL SPECIAL. Knockabout. Dolls. Neatly dressed ~ and good large sizes. Ategular 45 and 50c. Monday morning spec-iai, each............ �....... .1 NO C. O. O. OR PHONE ORDERS CHILDREN'S BOOT SPECIAL. Vici button and Bluch-er Shoes. Sizes 2 to 5, with stiff sole. Special, .99 * . :?� NO C. O. D. OR PHONE ORDERS. MEATLESS DAYS Members of a majority of the leading London clubs learned yesterday that their committee had, in deference''-to a suggestion from the food controller, arranged to have one hoard perished with the exception of; meatlesB day a week. One club, the Monday's Selling in the Grocery Dept. Phone 313 CO, D. and Phone Orders Accepted for Groceries. 30c $1.20 40c two men who were rescued by the submarine. The destruction of .1�1U WASH DAY REQUIREMENTS Swift'* Borax Soap. Special, 6 for ........ Naptha Soap. Special 6 for................, 35c 25c 25c 25c Glycerine Toilet' Soap. Reg. .10c. 'Special, :per-cake oc Cactile Soap, in 2 lb. bars; 8pecial........ Gold Dust, Large pkg< Each ..... ....... Golden West Washing Powder. Special, okg. Old Dutch Cleanser. 3 for .............. Chloride of Lime 8pecial,. each ....... Gem Lye Per tin............... , 30c 22c 20c 25c 10c 10c ffheBudsoiti 3570 ;