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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - January 2, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta i 7 SDAY, JANUARY 2, THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD PAGE NINH 'if l-r en on bf course! V rt. But--why ftt* &Wit BETTER Coft Coffee at in fact ilAL BRAND COFFEE j I Send for our booklet "Perfect Go jfee-Perfectly Mad the problem. e ,it solves MONTREAL ICHASE & SANBORN Many Children Gather at Wesley Horsman Delivers Inspiring Address ONTIKTTED FJIOM FjlONT PaOH> al representative was the head, are results of the great council of tads of all the co-belligerenta. The Recommendations 4 IJrhe principal recommendations of American delegates, headed by E. M. House, as President Wilson's uj.sonal representative; > �"That the United States exert aJl ir influence to secure the entire un-of effort, military, naval and eco-Irolc between themselves and the mtrles associated with them in the i�ir* Tinas much as the successful termin-ioii of the war by the United States Sd1 the allies can be greatly hastened by the extension of the United States shipbuilding program, that the government and the people of the United States bond every effort for accomplishing these by a systematic co-ordination of resources of men and mater iaia. ,#That the fighting forces of the United States be despatched to Kuropu with the least possible deia>, incident to training and equipment," Through a hew inter-allied organization for co-ordinating ship resources, arrangements have been made to devote "the greatest amount of tonnage possible for the transportation ot American troops." COLD WAVE IN STATES St. Paul, Minn., Deo. 29.-The Northwestern states are in the grip of a severe cold wave again today, the temperature in Minnesota, the Dakotas, Wisconsin and Montana ranging from fifteen to forty degrees below zero. In some sectious transportation is hampered by the cold. Use Newbro's Herpicide IN TIME AND YOU WS NEED FALSE HAIR NEVER Wearing false hair is a harmless deceit of whic'h many ladies are guilty. These women are all objects for sympathy rather than criticism. Early neglect in the care of the Bcalp has caused the loss of so much hair that their personal appearance is sadly marred. To correct this defect they resort to artificial hair hoping by so doing to hide the results of their earlier inattention to the details of their toilet. These unfortunates are deceiving no one but themselves as no iartificial hair no oovno-l going* n gone tit matter how costly, ever has the snap and luster nor can it be made to look as ^^.^ mimm pre tty and at- tractive as natural hair. Most ladies would resent any imputation of personal carelessness and neglect. And yet very many permit their natural hair to become ao dull, brittle and lusteriess that it looks no better than that bought at the score. All this is as unfortunate as it is unnecessary1; Hair that is unsightly that it finally loosens and drops out. There is a preparation, sold and guaranteed by ail dealers, the intelli-ent use of which will kill the andruff germ. It cleanses the scalp of all accumulations and makes the hair shine with the luster of life and beauty. That remedy; is Newbro's Herpicide, the Original Germ-Remedy for Dandruff. In no way can you add more to your personal charm and attractiveness than .by the use of this remarkable and -well known scalp pro- 1* un IM lUnOM. or thin may usually be attributed to the destroying effects of Dandruff. This destructive formation ehortly robs the hair of life, with the result phylactic. On account of its astonishing merit and its delightful and ex-quisiteodor, Herpicide finds users everywhere among all classes. It maybe purchased in 60 cent and $1.00 sizes at all drug stores and toilet oods counters- Applications may q obtained at the better barber shops and hair dressing parlors. Upon receipt of 10 cents in nostage or suver to cover cost of packing and mailing, The Herpicide Co., Dept. S, Detroit, Mich., will send to any address a nice sample bottle of Herpicide and an interesting booklet on the care of the hair. SPECIAL AGENTS-J. D. HIG1NBOTHAM & CO., LTD. rice All by the best makers. Must clear this stock and make room for Pianos. TERMS TO SUIT YOU. ^HE HOME OF THE VlCTROtA EVERY STYLE-�VEqy,PRlCE AND THOUSANDS OF RECORDS fOR YOU TO SELECT FROM BALMORAL BLOCK Aviv - Messrs. A. M. Grace, A. M. Grlgg, V, Raworth, J, B. Turney, H. W, Crawford, E. C. GuUbauit, Thos. Q>] Calgary, have been visiting Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Connor of this city. R. H. Wodell spont the Christmas holiday with his parenu, Mr. and .Mrs. J. K. Wodell, Calgary.   # v M iss Genevieve Hanrahan guest of Mrs. J". K. Wodell, over the Christmas holiday. wan ihe Calgary, i Miss Bessie Little, formerly of the Lethbridfee High school, has joined the staff of the Merchants ban* here. * � � The Lothbridge Bible study class i will meet Friday at 8 p.m. at the home 1 of Miss Pollock, of the city teaching staff, Is spending the holiday with friends in Lethbridge.-Medicine Hat News. Thrifty says: You will be mighty glad when ijou meet me , , , . , - ,r,n ,M A v tu i Mr. Fred Walker, of Winnipeg, who Mr. Patching, 1510 4th Ave., North. | ^ been spendlnK New v,!ir,R wUh 1 friends returns tonight to his home there. The Brotherhood of Locomotive Firemen and Kngineers are holding their second annual dance on Friday January 18th. * *  Mr* and Mrs. W. E. Simpson and family have returned to their home in Walnwright after spending the holidays in Lethbridge. *   The regular meeting of the Ladies' Orange Lodge will he held in the Moose hall on Thursday evening at 7:30. All members are remie.4ted to be present. Installation of otflcurs. mm* The Alexander Gait chapter l.O.D.E. will hold a specially important meeting tomorrow afternoon at oYioek in the Masonic hall. All members are requested to be present. �  � A meeting of the HardleviUe Ladies' Aid will be held tomorrow (Thursday) at the home of Mrs. Reliefte at make,"______ that you will make the best use (jf every minute of your tine. By 80 do- to attend as there is special business ing, you will be doing yourself and to be transacted, countless others, an enormous amount  � * of good. Time is the great treasure The Mp,1or Jack Ross chapter l.O. that Is given to all of us in equal D.E. will meet for Bewing tomorrow quantities to use as a means of reach- evening hs usual in the Jfed Cross ing the pinnacle of fame and goodness rooms at 7:45. All members are ask-or the lowest depths of degradation. ed to be present as there Is a great de-It is like a ladder in this respect. mancj f0r Red Cross work. Some climb up, others down, and it * * * lies with you which way you go. The At St. Matthew's church, Montreal, difference la character, manner and by the HeYi Ge0i E> RoS8( aA( 33,0., ability In all of us Js due to the diff-,1(^oraj daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. B. erent way in which we have spent j McLean, Smith's ,Falls, was married our time. Time is rich in possibilities, j to Malcolm Graeme Cameron, K.C., ex-U 13 the only thing in the world that if once lost is beyond the possibility Miss Jessie Robison has loft for Claresholm where she has accepted a position as teacher at one of the nearby schools. *   The Nursing Mission wishes to express its hearty thanks for the special offering of $17.00 at the Sunday school rally yesterday.    Mr. and Mrs. J. Gordon Campbell and Mr. Carl Snyder returned to their home in JSdmont:>n today after spending the holidays with .Mr, and Mrs. K, li. Sloan, 4th Ave. * * * Mrs and Mrs. 73. M. Carson and family, of Lethbridge, are spending the holidays with Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Thompson, Rosedale, Calgary. Pte. .1. D. McMurrlch. formerly a Toroni . lawyer and Utter practising in Vancouver, was killed in action. He was a son of the late W. B. McMurrlch. K.C. of Toronto and a cousin of Mrs. (Or.) Ration, of Coutts. urin Yearl The Great West Life Assurance Company The mission circle of the Baptist 2:30. All. the members are revested f cnurch will hold their regu' .r meeting in the church Thursday afternoon at four j'clock. All members are urged to be present. Rev. Mr. Horsman will give a talk. *  m  Miss Pennyfather, daughter of Superintendent Pennyfatber, of the It. N.W.M.P'., of Lethbridge, who has been visiting in Vernon, B. C, is the guest of Mrs. J. L. Costigan for a day or two on her way to Winnipeg.-Calgary Herald. of recovery. God's greatest gift-a year of time, stated a famous poet once, and I think thofte were the truest words he ever stated. Let me impress upon* M.P.P., Goderich, eldest son of the late Hon, M. C. Cameron. The regular meeting of Knox Ladles' Aid will be held Friday, Jan. 4th at 3 p.m. in the schoolroom. All who i have not paid their dues should *do so you one and all that your destiny, j that the booi-s may he closed for the and the destiny of others depends oni TUe eiecti0n of officers will the manner in which you use each minute of your time." The rally was brought to a close by singing "God Save Our Native Land "land benediction by Rev. Chas. Baker. Assistant Commissioner James Wilson, of the Royal Northwest Mounted Police, and Mrs. ' Wilson, passed through ,Calgary yesterday on their way to Regina, after spending Christmas with' their daughter at Banff. The assistant commissioner is a former old-time resident of Calgary. - Calgary Herald. take place and the annual reports read. Mr. George Mclrvine, a well known' and highly respected -citizen of High j River, was united in marriage to Miss Jessie Isabel MacPherson, of Hamilton, Ontario', on WednesdayfDecember 19. Mr, and Mrs. Mclrvine will be at home, High River east, alter April 15. * - STOMACH MISERY 1917 1918 Bank . clearings $45,021,074.00 $31,638,548,00 Building permits Customs returns 90,688.00 The annual meeting of the Macleod . DIapepsirv" for Sour Acid Stomach, Heartburn. Dyspepsia. Presbyterial will be held in the school room of Knox church, Thursday, Jan. 3rd. At the morning session, 'which meets at ten o'clock, the reports from the different auxiliaries Avill be given. The afternoon session opens at three o'clock, when an address will be given by Miss Mitchell, the fiejd secretary. Supper will be served in the scho'ol-S4.122.001 rooin i0 tne delegates, also to mem- 277,295.48 figures for increase in being done 655,523.10 Above are the yearly' id ge sho w i n g the the volume of business through tniB centre. The outstanding increase of course, is the bank clearings, snowing 45 per cent. The building permits are negligible as compared with a few years ago. The post office figures for the year were not available but will show a Blight failing off in total business. This is due to the fact that in 1916 a very large business was done through the post office by farmers who had secured government relief sending through tire post office their payments to the Lethbridge land office. The figures for the montb o� December just closed are indicative of this fact: 1916 1917 5,924.75 $ 6,340.32 bers Of the W.M.S. and Home Helpers. * # * Gavin Spence( jr., of Lethbridge, came home for the Christmas holidays, which he is spending with his parents at 1250$ Stony Plain road. He brought with him three other "drummers" whose homes are too far east to warrant them going so far, including \Vll-mot Irwin, formerly of this city. The latter has already returned to Lethbridge, but the rest of the party will remain till January 5. - Edmonton Journal, Stamp sales . .$ Money orders Issued..... Money orders paid 44,453.00 61,054.28 Total business $119,145.87 42,618,87 22,320.56 9 70,943.87 7 You Get Better Cough Syrup by Making it at Home WhaVa more, yon save aboafc $8 by It. Easily made and costs little. You'll never really know what a fine cough syrup you can make until you prepare this famous home-mado remedy. You save $2 a-a compared with the ready-made kind, and you -will also have a more effective remedy In every way. It overcomes iha uBUal coughs, throat or cheat coHs in 24 hours-relieves even whooping cough quickly. Get 2% ounces of Pinex (50 centa -worth J' from any pood drug Btorij. nour it into a IG-oz. bottlo and fill the bottle with plain granulated sugar syrup. Here you have 16 ounces-a family supply-of the most effective cough Byrup that money can buy-at a cost. of only 6& cents or^leas, It never spoils. , The prompt and positive results given by this pleasant tasting cough Byrup have caused it to bo used in more homos than any other remedy. It cmickly loosens a' dry, hoarse or tijrhc cough, heals tho inflamed mem* hranes that line the throat and'bronchial tubes, and relief comes almost immediately. Splendid , for throat tickle, hoarseness, bronchitis, croup �ahd bronchial asthma. Binex 5s ahfghlT concentrated compound of ganuine Norway pine extract and has been used for generations for throat and chest ailments. Avoid disappointment by BBkinx your urupcist for "2% ounces or Pinex'? with hill directions, and;don't occcpc anything else. >A guarantee of absolute satisfaction or naoney prompt* fr ref unde&goeg with thia preparation, �he 'Knex Qo., Toronto, JJnt The largest and most delightful event of the holiday season so far was the bridge-tea given by Mrs. P. L. Nalsmith Saturday afternoon in the private drawing-rooms of the Palliser, when she entertained for her daughter-in-law, Mrs. Lawrence Nalsmith, of Shaunavon, Sask., who is her guest. The attractiveness of the cosy rooms was enhanced by the addition of cut flowers and palms. During the tea hour Mrs. West Jones and Mrs. Nourse poured tea,-Calgary Herald. � * t> CORRY-SINCLAIR On Monday afternoon Herman Conk-lln Corry and Isabel Sinclair were united in holy bonds of matrimony, Rev. W. F. Burns officiating. *  * McKINNON-MASSON At Knox church, on Monday evening, Mr. Neil McKlnnon and Miss MaUge Masson both of Claresholm, were united In marriage Rev. W. P. Burns officiating. * #  BRADBEER-MILLER A qule^ but pretty wedding was solemnized last night at the home of Mr. and Mrs. B. L. Miller, 619 9th Ave. S., when their eldest daughter, Jesse WiJ-liams, was united in marriage with Mr. William Bradbeer, aon of Mr. and Mrs* Edward Bradbeer of this city. The home of the bride was very beautifully decorated for the occasion. The bride looked very charming in a beautiful silver grey satin gown trimmed \ylth floral pink and carried a large boauet of roses and carnations. After the ceremony a dainty wedding breakfast was served when the happy coti-ple were the recipients of many beautiful and useful presents. The Rev. C. 0. Crass performed the ceremony. PUBLIC* PUTS MONEY INTO WAR New York, Dec. 25.- Federal reserve'banks throughout tho country have sold $12,600,000 worth of.'war B.aving certificates and $600,000 worth of thrift stamps, according to figures received Irom Washington today by Frederick W. AHem director for New *m city. 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 itB speed in regulating upset stomachs. It is the surest, quickest and most certain indigestion remedy in the whole world and besides is harm-Less. Millions of men and' women now eat their favorite foods without fear-they know Pape's Diapepsin will save them from any stomach misery. Please, for your sake, get a large fifty-cent case of Pape's Diapepsin from any drug store and put your stomach right. Don't keep on bettH miserable^-life is too short-you an not here long, so make your staj agreeable. Eat what you like and digest it; enjoy it, without dread of rebellion in the stomach. Pape's Diapepsin belongs in your home anyway. Should one of your family eat something which don't agrer with them, or in -case of an attack of indigestion, dyspepsia, gastritis or stomach derangement at daytime or during the-riiight, it is handy to give, tho quickest, surest relief known.- Advertisement. Dental Work HE choice of your dentist should be no light matter. His is the function of architect and builders with tho added requirement of the goldsmith's skill.-He is called upon not alone to imitate, but also to replace the wonderful structure of the original natural teeth. RACTICAL experience is his .greatest asset and by its duration, coupled with his skill, must his value to the public be gauged. Over eighteen years of constant practice is the record to which we proudly lay claim. Dentistry with us is' an exact science, and through yearK of painstaking study and effort to achieve the ease and comfort of the patient -we can frankly claim that- DENTISTRY AS WE PRACTISE IT IS A GENTLE ART \ Drs. Braaer, Richards and Nelson OTT BLOCK-4 DOORS FROM LETHBRIDGE HOTEL LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA CALGARY OFFICE-115 A EIGHTH AVENUE E. EDMONTON OFFICE-3 CRISTALL BLOCK Ancient Order of Foresters p Are Holding a ass Furniture �i r - V - - FRANK WADD FAVORED WITH INSTRUCTIONS FROM -WR?^^!^;;^Ut SELL AT HIS AUCTION ROOMS, S O. E. BUILDING, TENTH �if- i-' i - 1 �v b l - r 1 4 > 1 - - >� h i- - i h - �'j �- 1J" T XJ" t - -1 *s - V ^ - STREET SOUTH P K IM In the K. of P. on Friday Next January 4th MISS ARNOLD'S ORCHESTRA IN ATTENDANCE. Prices; Gentlemen $1,00, Ladies 50c. ON FRIDAY AT 10.30 A.M. AN ASSEMBLAGE QT HIGH CLASS; *7 W1 L ^ I * -it i. Dr.A.T. M.D., C. M. EYE, EAR, NOSE AND THROAT SPECIALIST. Office rooms, 121-122 New P. Burns Building, Corner Sth Ave. and 2nd St Eaat, Calgary. Office Phone M2848 N Residence Phone M2077 Intern,c and House Surgeon, Manhattari':By6. Ear, Nose a-nd Throat Hospital, Now York City, 1911-1914. ,t Specialist to Calgary School oard 274-24* And effects including; Very handsome dining suitc;ill/solid'oak,; > early English; comprising buffet, 6 ft. hy 1 ft 10 In., brie .large, lipen Ji drawer a^d three smaller, two cupboards,, heyel plate;mirrorto>back;r^i,; lound extending dining table; set of 12 leather seatedAdining chairs V - ^ r i nhd how fronted china cabinet; all in fiho;cbndjtti6n^'')iii9^tttifu.I carpet 10x9 in two shades of blue*; beautiful mission.oak library, toble:. solid leather stool; very heavy mission oak"chesterfield, low !styie;  with solid leather cushion seat; lounge chairs in solid oak'and genujpe'.:1 �; ,rv leather; iniesion oak book stand; white;^^ enamel bccasibnaVitable")' splendid Brussells carpet, squares and carpeting; oak /chiffonier;^ dressers and stands; splendid kitchen cabltiet^^^ntniin.v ran ere! two* ft. 6 in. beds complete; kitchen tabley^-icifcel glass ware; curtains; pictures, etc. ^;,/;,vfv Also a magnificent Pianoforte-by Masoir &>J^s^ perfect tone. , ,.^3fr^:.-?r.;e,r.1 �^'�^-���^^..M:',^ There will also be sold r*' �* �^�-- ni.'rw*.^�^.m&z new goods, in assorted sizes GOODS ON VIEW TERMS CASH WAPDINGTON SE^LLS W t * - h - j ;