Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 31, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta
ONDAY, JANUARY 31, 191G THE LETITHniBGE DAILY Hb'flAV.Yr^ PAGE FTVE HE JOY OF MOTHERHOOD l^ords of Encouragement to Childless Women. |Mot!iorhood is woman's natural dostl-but many women are denied the [ppincaa of children simply because of line curable derangement. lAmong the many triumphs of Lydin Pinkham'a Vegetable Compound is marvelous power to overcome such irangements, as evidenced by the fol-Iwing letter:- Worcester, Mass.-"! suffered from male ills, and was advised to have an operation, but a friend who had taken Lydia E. Pink-ham ' b Vegetable Compound and who has six children, told me to try it. It has helped me so much that 1 am now well and have a baby boy who is the picture of health, and I thank thoVegetable impound for my restoration to health." Mrs. Bert Garvey, 20 Hacker St., orcestor, Mass. In many other homes, once childless, ere are now children because of the ct that Lydia E. Pinkham'a Vegetable nnpound makes women normal, lalthy and strong. Write to the liVrtta E. Piiikbum caiciuo Co.. Liynn, Httss., for Ivice-it will be confldcutiul. OWERFUL APPEAL FOR RECROITS AI RAYM KENTUCKY SENATE DEFEATS PROHIBITION Iankfort, Ky., Jan. 31.-^The state-|ldo prohibition bill was defeated in e state senate by a vote of 20 to 14. Piles Cured In 6 to 14 days rugglsts refund money it PAZO IN'IMENT falls to cure Itching, Und, moedlng or Protruding Piles. Ilrst application glv&a relief. 50c. Tlaymond, Jan. 31.-Although ths terribly cold wuct'.icr prevolcni throughout the western stales and Canada prevented the apostle* from Salt Lake City being present, the iiuaclcrly confer..inco of the Taylot stake was held hero Saturday anc' Sunday, concluding last night. Pres. ' IJ. .S. Allen presided at all the scS' slons, assist d by his second covmsel-lor, ir.lder Orln H. Snow, Elder Tlvco. , Hrandlnv of Stirlini' his lltst coun-' scllor, 1 uins unable to bo prci.e.�l owing to illness. I One of the proniin.int themes of tlw conference w.is the great war now raging in Europe, Pres. AlLn, spca.t-ing as a citizen of the I3ritish Empire, spoke emphatically in favor of tl.c recruiting campaign. He hoped many of the s.iuth's stalwart sons would shoulder the rifle in dJensc ol the Empire. �Vt the Sunday afternoon meeting one nt the principal addrnsscs was lc-liiciei by lOhlcr George \V. Green, bishop of the l.elhbrhUc ward. Bishop Grr^n dcvoli'd considerable time to pointing out the duty of ablc-bod-i(Ml men in this grait cribiB. Lcth-bridge ward, a very small congregation, had .six meniber.s in the King'.s uniform und more would "(t cnliKt. "We in Lcthliridgc are atisiuti; to the nmis of the country in this hour of peril. IJotli in men and in mnncv \ wo are ma'.ing our contribution," said iiishop (fre?n,,"and if noJt'.s.sary 1, for one, will lay-all I have at the disposal of inv country in hor'splendid (i'lht for the preservation of sacred li'crt'es." The bishop made a mrst n'Tectivc speech. Prohaiilv the greatest effort of the whole conferciico wa.s the powerful srriiion c'e'.ivcrrd by Elder William Palmer ni the Simdav a't?rnoon service. Tbis rem;\r'-able e'anffclist, practically blind since boyhood, yet A Five-Cent Breakfast in five minutes I What a boon to the busy housekeeper! Two Shredded Wheat Biscuits, heated in the oven to restore crispness and served with hot milk, make a complete, perfect meal, supplying all the strength needed for a half-day's work at a cost of four or five cents. The richest man in America'can buy nothing better. Contains more real nutriment than meat or eggs and is more easily digested. Made in Canada. PHONE 1224 posscvsiiif; ;i wealth of theological and Instorical knowledge, clo.iucntly rc-harscd U.c re>cliilons of tie prophets, a'd s owed wherein they were now in rapid course of fullillnicnt. Although (lejjidring the condition of tlie wic. ed and ungodlv, he described the joy that aw.'iit d those who were worUiv to ii'cet. the Prince of Icac. In conne'tion with the conlcrLnee the Taylor Stake Sunday schools held their con ent on, r piis'^ntilives from every wr.r.l being present. Several enthusiastic seasons were held and many profitable adrlresses nivcn. Satr-i rday evening a most p'cisant social was held in ttio opera hnrre in honor of the Sunday school WLr.ers present at the convention. JANUARY LOSSES London, Jan. 31-British casualties published during the month of January totalled 1079 odlcers and 19,62-i men. ? ? ? ? ? : ? ; ? ? : ? The meml.ors of the Alexandi^r Gait Chai)ter, I.U.D.K., will meet tor sewing tomorrow as usual. Miss Lissu Ilargrave of .Medicine Hat, s the guest of her sist"r, .Mrs. Ilttwkc. * * � Mr, Toin liumett, of nellcvue, herta, is vlsitiug his parents. Major and Mrs. Burnett. Miss Emilie Megnin of \Vat�rvillc, N. Y., is visiting her cousin, Mrs. Herbert Tuffs. . � � St. Mary's \V. A. are holding a whist drive on Thursday e.enlng in the Parish hall. Rev. .1. B. Francis left tliis afternoon for Calgary to attend 1lie annual temperance convention. The executive of the Alex.in(ier Gait Chapter, I.O.U.E., will me;t tomorrow afternoon at 2.30 at the home of the Regent. The ladies of the O. 1. A. to the B. of L. E. will meet at the homo of .Mrs. N. Kinnemore, 522 tth St. S. at 2 o'cloc't Wednesday afternoon ftr Red Cross sewing. . * . The renilar meeting of the History and Current E-eits se-tioii of the M.Tthrsis club will be held tomorrow a!t~rnoon at 3 o'clock at the home of Mrs. Da.id Donald, 027 !)th St. S. ... It is amoiniced that tlie marriage of Miss Grac Langlois and Mr. Harry Aslidown will take place in Augustine church on Wednesday, February 2, at three o'clock.-Winniic^ Tribune. * * * The regular meeting of Maple Leaf Chanter No. 7, Order of t'le Eastern Star, will bo held in the Masonic Hall Tuesd.-iy even'n-'- comnieneing promptly at eight o'clock. Mcmhcrs in the city from of-.er Ch.aptcrs ar^ cordially invited to he present. ! Miss Anna Bilcher la cxpectcro In "Very reason to believe, thinks Mr. nnrnioy, that given roaaonable opportunity,' Cnpt WuDer vinuld have backed away frqin ibe reef, What settled the "Bnjden," however, wub the dual broiinBldea of the, "Sydney"--four of which pierced the stern. Just below th� waterllncu This la tb�-! only .damaged doua to the hull below water-the plates evei>ywhere .else beUig sound as � OoU. U. iis proposed to pliiB those holes with concrotu, remove the top hatup^r, already smashed, and sT the salvage pumps at work and with the help ot a powerful pump, there Is every reason losii�ipoBo that she will float oft'.. Then she will bo takeu to the nearest port and have hor ciiKSnes attended to; and," If possible, ghqWlU then be floated under her owij steam to tu�i different ports of Australia, wliere she will be exhibited tor the present; | The Commflnwculth Govevnuient haa reserved the right to purcUttsa lUs "Bmdea" on hen arrival at Sydney at ft t>('ioe to be fixed by �i�te�tlon. Tlie Beauty of " Sunlight" IS that it dispels the shadow that once hung over ^vasli day. Your work is done in half the time -vvilh half the effort. Your finest linens, your fleeciest blankets, your daintiest wliitewear - all call for Sunlight Soap. The purest of materials, tlie most careful manufacture and a $5,000 guarantee of purity make this the soap that you should always use. 1s9 So stirring was the appeal made on Sunday morning by Rev. Father Co-zanet at St. Patrick's that John Home Moore left the chirjh iramedi-a'ely after the service, and with Lieut. C. H. Kerr, went direct to the rerruitine ofli'e, where he was enrolled. Mr. Moore is a brother o� Lewis Moore, who has been for years a leader in the II. M. W. of A. forces in Lethbridge, and is this year chairman of the Separate school, board. Pt*. Moore was a fire-boss in one ot the local mines up till yesterday. File Trust Deed Securing C.N.R, Loan With Govt Ottawa, Jan. 31.-A trust deed .to the Central Trust company of Now York, securing a loan of ?2,500,000, has been flled In the office of the secretary of state here, by the Canadian Northern Railway officials. The loan consists ot one year 5% gold notes, payaible In Neiw York January 10, 191'7. The notes are In denominations of one thousand; dollars, eagh, and the following securities i'aro' provided: 500,000 Canadian, Northern Pa-clflc, 4%% debenture stock, guarari-teed by British Columbia;. 209,500 Ca^ nadlan Northern i% debenture BtooK, guaranteed by Saskatchewan; ,193,000 Canadian Northern Saskatchewan railway, flrst mortgage 4%% debqn-ture stock, guaranteed by Saskatchewan. Two million dollars .of notes'are to be executed immediately on the balance of deposit of addillpnal'debenture stock of. classes. eib'ove mention- �ed. , .....:,;^ � ITiR! YOUR CHILD S CROSS, FEVERISH, FROM CONSTIPATION IF TONGUE IS COATED, BREATft BAb, STOMACH SOUR, CLEAN LIVER AND BOWELS, I Give "California Syrup ot Flga" at onoa-a teaapoonful today often saves a sick child tomorrow. If your little one la out-of-sort^, half-si-ck, isn't resting, eating and act. ing naturally-look. Mother 1 see it tongue Is coated. This U a sure sign that Its Uttle stomach, liver and bowels are dogged with wast*. Whea cross, Irritable, fev^e^lsh, stomach sour, breath bad or has stomach-ache, dlarrhoae, sore throat, full of cold, give a teaspoonful of "Callfdrnla. Syrup ot Figs," and In a few hours all the constipated poison, undigested food and sour bile gently movoa out of Its little bowels without griping, and you have a well, playful child again. Mothers can rest easy after giving this harmless "fruit laxative," because it never falls to cleanse the Uttle one's liver and bowels and, sweeten the stomach and they dear? ly love its pleasant taste. Full directions for babies, children of all ages and for growu-ups printed on each bottle. Beware of counterfeit fig syrups. Ask your dnigglst for a 50-oent bottle of "California Syrup of Figs," then see that It is made by the "California Pig Syrup Company." - Advertlsei mont. Robert Bunting, Qf,T?i.iiirto,n., was killed by a:fall of .aUtfien .ffict from a window, ..... Only four jitney licenses have been taken out in Edmonton since January 1. Rural school teachers of Branli county have contributed the sum ot $354.84 as a "rst payment ot their i patriotic fund for the Canadian Rod ' Cress society. R. G. Armstrong,' proprietor ol the Hotel Empire at St. Thomas, died Friday night aftar a few days' illness of pneumonia. Mr. Armstrong had been in the hotel business.