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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 2, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta THURSDAY, MARCH^2/ lgl6; . THE LETH BRIDGE. DATKV JffERALD t�AGE FIVE S LYE HAS NO EQUAC? -------- 1 It not only softens tho water but doubles the cleans Ing power of soap, and makes everything sanitary and wholesome. refu8b substitutes. 1 J WOIN'^INSIUTE ELECTS OFFICERS EUmoiUou, March 2.-Offlcora for tliG Alborta Women's Institute wore chosen today as follows: President, ,Mlss Isabel Nobel, Dayslnnd (uccla-Toronto, March 2. - The defence matlon); first vice-proaldont, Mrs. oponod lis case before the Jury In the ,nemtnlng, Mymai second vice-presl-McCutcheon trial this morning. Bo; I dent, i\Irs. Mackenzie, Nightingale; foro the first witness was called,.Juajigeuretary-treasurer, Mrs. Muldrew, tlco Middloton outlined to the Jil^^Red Doer (acclamation); directors, men the. manner In which the'case I northern/district, Mrs. Rogers, Fort had been .narrowed down by striking" gaskatcheWan; central district, Mrs. out of counts In the crown's Indict- jiontgomery, Wetasklwln; southern ment and also directed them to find a verdict' of "not guilty" In the case of Clarence MeCutcheon against whom ho had found no evidence to prove the charges. � HIa Ijordshlp said he expected the defence to take up two or three days. district, Mrs. Warren, Milk River. ? ? ? ? ? ? ? > >  ' HOW I DARKENED MY GRAY HAIR Lady Gives SImole Home Recipe That She Used to Darken Her / Gray Hair WILL NOT ACCE-^ � For years I tried to restore my gray hair to its natural color with the prepared dyes and stains, but none of them gave satisfaction and Uiey were all expensive. I finally ran onto a simple recipe which I mixed at homo that gives wonderful results. I gave the recipe, which is a follows. liOthbridge will not save daylight this year. The council of the board of trade decided today that interest In the measure was not such as would warrant pressing for a change. A meeting of the retailers hold on Tuesday was not largely attended,- and although some favored the measure, there was not enough support to warrant asking for the change. The board win therefore do nothing more about it. . �; . RED CROSS NEHED OVER 1200 The woman's i branch of the Red Cross society, wish to express their ^ - ,- . , , , sincere thanks to all those who so to a number of my friends, and they kindly helped them in their uuder-are al delighted with It. To 7 o/.s. t^^,, tj,e evening of February of water add a small box of Orlox Pr-irtlpallv .-vervthlnir was do- �'t,'"' T '^'Jf t^'nat^'l for ?he eh\ertain^^^^^^^^^ vei-y little cost. Use every other day ' �" in t?;!?'!,^^ until ..the. hair hecomd^a the required " , 1mm, fh J !vnm� �= Bhado, then every b>vo weeks. It will . J'V\ 1^ pI'h Prn^� Z^TM not only darken the gray hnlr, but , �^ ^^"b^^ qh*^ T \,? removes dandruff, and scalp humors, I'"^^^ had- on Feb 29th and which and acts as a tonic to the hair. It laj^^^'l Postponed _ owing to the severe not sticky or greasy, does not rub off Ij^""!' ^"J ^^^'1 ^ "'e wea- and does not color the scalp.-Adver-1 Permit tisement. The Daughters of the ISmplre will resume their charge of the Hudson's Bay tea room on Friday, March 10th. *   The unmarried members of the I.O, D.E. are Invited- to make; scrapbooks. nt the home of Mrs. Robinson tomor-roui night at 8 o'clock; Miss Liasa Hargrave has returned, to her home In Medicipe. IJat.after a nionth'a visit with her sister Mrs. Walter Hawko. * *  I riie victoria Order of the L.O.B. E. No. IIG will hold their regular meeting in the. Moose .Hall,, Hlgtnbotham block at 8 o'clock tonight. Ml'. C. F. Jamleson hiis. gone to Lothbrldge, where he has entered the law office of C. F. Harrla, the criminal lawyer.-Medicine Hat News. * ft � There will ho a card ' party and dance In the Hysop school house, tomorrow night, Friday the 3rd. The proceeds will bo given to. tlie Red Cross Fund. * ' ' �' * � The' proctfeds of the dance to bo given tomorrow night by the Sun heaths and Flower Guild la .the K. P. riall ^yill be divided; the Sunbeams' share going to a patriotic organization and the Flower Guild will of course" use their money for buying flowers for hospital patients. *   . . .. Dr. and Mrs. Courtice entertained delightfully at ."500"' on Monday night in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Cook, Leth-hridge, and Mr. and Mrs. Glenlster, Mrs. Frost and Mr. Snell made the prize scores. ' The former won a cut glass hat-pin holder and the-latter a book. Miss Stephens and Mr. Mc-Dalrmld were the recipients of pretty consolation prizes.-Edmonton Bulletin. *   BOYES-JOHNSON Miss Nancy Elizabeth Johnson and Mr. Wm. Boyes of Nelson B. C, were married on Tuesday by Rev. David Rosa. The ceremony was performed at the homai of Mr. N. B. Good, 628 8th Street. * #- * . � DAVIDSON-GRAY A pleasant event took place on Feb. 23rd, at the Westminster Pres byterlan church, Vancouver, when Florence, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W Gray, was married to Mr. R. H. Dav Idson, Lethbridge; Alta, by the Rev, J. Richmond Craig. Mr. and Mrs. Davidson left for a short visit to North Dakota before returning to Lethbridge. Miss Gray was formerly a teacher in the Lethbridge schools and Mr. Davidson is a railway operator in the C. P. R. yard office. Mr. and Mrs. Davidson are e.tpected to arrive In the city next week. If some one in your family has an obBtinote cbUKh or a biul throat or cheat cold that lias been ImnK'nK on nnd refuses to yield to treatment, get from any drucr store 2'/6 ounces, of J'lnex and make it Into 10 ounces of courIi syrup, ond, watch that couRh vanish. Pour the 2V& ouncns Pinox (50 cents I worth) into a lO-ounce liottlo and fill the 1 bottle with plain cranulnted sugar syrup. ' 'Xlio total cost la about 54 ccntH, and gives ' you 10 ounces-a family supply-of a I most effective reniedy, at a savinff of $Z. | A day's ma will usually overcome- a j severe coueh. EaBi[y prepared in S I minutes-full directions with Pincx. Keeps perfectly and has a pleasant taste. Children like it. It's really remarkable how promptly and oasily it loosens tlic dr.v, hoarse or tiRht cough and heals the in'Mamed membranes in a painful coukIi. It also stops the formation of phlcjtm in the throat and bronchial tubes, thus ending the persistent loose coHRh. A aplendid remedy for. bronchitis, winter couKhs, bronchial asthma nnd wnooping couch. Pinex is a speoial nnd hichly conccn-iTated compound of cenuine Ivorwnv pine extract, rich in ijuaiacol, which is so heal-'.ng to the membranes. Avoid disappointment hv askintc your drupffist for ''2>^ ouncpa of Plne.t," nnd do not accept anvthinR else. A guarantee of absolute satisfaction goes with this preparation or money promptly refunded, Ihe Pincx Co., Toronto, Ont. Special Week-end Values --- From Our- '^Quality'' Grocery Section SUGAR Finest granulated 20 lb. Sack $1.59 With grocery orders ..$2,00 other good pl-ctures, including a comedy.' The Wasp is the story of a girl who runs away from school when wrongly accused of stealing. She falls In with a gang of thieves but later reforms. When appealed to for aid froin her former pals she adopts a novel scheme. Everybody sho.uld see this picture. DRINK HABIT RELIABLE HOME TREATMENT The ORRINB treatment for the Drink Habit can be used with absolute confidence. It destroys all desire for whiskey,-beer or other alco-j uu.ic Btimuiauts. Thouaanda have ' st'r-ne^isfully uaed it nnd� have been rp-s^orfid to lives of sobriety and use-' fulness. Can be given secretly. i Costs only $1.00 per box. If you fail I to got results from ORRINE after a 1 trial, your money will be refunded. � Ask for free booklet tolling all about 'ORRINE. Red Cross Drug & Book Co. Ltd., Lethbridge, Alberta. WILSON ASKS CONGRESS FOR SHOW OF HAND (CoXTINUEn T-ROU FllONT PaOB) they had the votes to defeat the Gore measure and demonstrate to Germany that dlasentions against the President's foreign policy do not have the support o� congress. "It has been decided to bring the resolution up for^actlou as soon ua possible but probably not today." said Senator James, of Kentucky, one of the administration supporters. "We have got the votes In the Senate to smash it." John A. Morton, a pioneer business man of Chatham, died suddenly at his home, aged about 78. PHONE 1567- strictly fresh egfes, per doz. . ..10 Potatoea, good and sound, per sauk ----.......... 1.25 . Bananas, per dozi ........ .36 Lemons, per doz.........30 Corn, Peas and Beans, per. � tin. i..................11 Tomatoes, largo tins, 2 for .25 CriBco, per tin .... .30 and .60 St. Charles Cream, family size, per tin .,...........10 Cnrdston Butter, 2 for .... .76 Preserved Peaches, Pears and Apricots, 2 tins for. .36 Fry's Cocoa, 1-2 pound tins each .... ............ .26 Quaker Oats,, per package .26 Krinki'e Corn 'Flakes, 3 for .26 Blue Ribbon tea, per lb... .40 Worcester SaMco, Rod Cross  brand, 2. bottles for ...; .25 Pure Gold .Quick : - Pudding � a packages '� for ....'....25 , FLOUR-Buy flour made in your own town, and keep your money at homo, then you will see your city grow. 98-lb. Pride of Alborta 49-lb. Pride of AlberJa 2-| 7n lbs. 87c., 10 lbs. U FLOUR, H. B. Co."B Seal of quality. Guaranteed No. 1 hard spring wheat ^-i nn 49 lb. sask ......iPl.Uil FLOUR, Our Best, 10 lb. J a sack .........,..... efiw CORN MEAL, 10 lb Oq sack....... ........ OATMEAL, In 10 lb. oa sack............... OU ROLLED OATS, S lb. QO sack............... OO RICE, good sound, 4 fC lbs......... ........ CD iQROUND RICE, 4 lb. OO sacks...... ........ OO TAPIOCA, finest, 3 lbs. 0|� for................... 8AQO, fineet, 3 lbs. nt* tor ................... 6a MACARONI, special. 3 97 ' paokeU.............. til CORN STARCH, special, 3 97 packets.............. �� George Edmlson, K.C., formerly of Peterboro, passed away in Toronto. Great Bargains Prevail During Our Special Boot and Sho^ Sale Fri. and Sat. son's Bay Co. -------------------^ At the Majestic Vaudeville in Lethbridge will receive a boost when tlie all star bill scheduled for local appearance plays nt the Majestic tomorrow and Saturr day. Manager Brown of the Majestic is vei-y enthusiastic over this week's 11 acts, for he has received advices from the Chicago I booking olllces to the effect that they are tho very best ever sent over the Westeru Canadian circuit. On the bill, which opens with tomorrow night's performance (Friday) will appear tour diatinct acts. Bob Cleveland will offer his renowned comedy act with his Five Foolish Fellows, live men who are adepts in the art of making people laugh, Seymour and Dupree will be seen In their cotaedy singing and ac,robatlc dancing novelty. Miss Donlta, .the live wire comedienne, will assume .a ^ prominent place on. the .bill with her I unique act. Closing tho show will be Wayne and Marshall in their dainty akit "A Vaudeville Tonic." These four acts are each positively guaranteed by the management. Four reels of good pictures will complete the bill.' A special matinee will be given at 2.30 o'clock on Saturday afternoon.' On Wednesday evening next, March 8th, the Royal Welsh Male Quartette, survivors of the Lusltanla horror, will give their magnificent vocal and-instrumental program at the Majestic theatre.' On May 1st of last year the Royal We^sh Male Ciioir sailed frorii ;New York on the U'sltania, Almost ithe entire choir was lost In that me-niornble disaster. Of the survivors four are to appear at the Majestic jue-xt week. Mr. Williams, one of the members of the quartette, has been niersuaded to give a, bait hoiir narrpi-ition of the terrible experbnces they 'encountered; His narrative Is really an unusual account from any standpoint. The lecture;ls given in addi-tlon.''to an excellent, program of mU' sic. Rpserved seats will be on sale at Hedleys on Monday. , , ; At tlie Orplieiim The great comedy, Tillie'i) Punc-Itured Romance, which drew suoh great crowds here .some'months'pgo, la again the feature at. the Orpheura, ojienlng tonight* This; picture :18 about tlio boat comedy ever turned out:by Ch^ia. Chaplin. He Is 'usslsted hy Marie Dressier and other : stars. It tolls how Charlie falls In ayUJi . a country girl who later bqoonies an heiress'whom Chivrlls marrlQB. ' At the Empress S' i The Wasp is the feature at t\\9 ^ Empress tonight. There are ftlap FIRE SALE ^LOOI^VEEPIN^OI^ POUND �6 Only 200 lb. bbls. left, per ......; ����^$5.00: SELF CLOSING GAR^ 'JBAGE CANS 8 Only left........$2.7'5 SHINGLE STAIN 20 five gfillon cans, only pi^ gai: ......�.$1.06 STEPHENS' PAINTS Per gallon ........$2.50. WIRE NETTING 6 Ft. . ..C $6.00 for 50 yds. 5 Et. ..$5.00 for 50 yds. TARRED BUILDING � ;;:PAPER. V. 20 Rolls only, each .. 75c BLANKET FELT 10 onlj^p^r roll ;v $4,50; REMEMBER'A percentage of Sales will be donated to the,.. Red Cross Society, as Tuesday was stormy RED FELT Per roll ....... $3.25 MOTH CARPET FELT By the roll, per lb. ... DOUBLE O'CEDAR MOPS $1.00 and $1.25 2 Mops,.i diy one wet RANGES REFRIGERATORS GAS STOVES AMATITE ROOFING Already gravelled to lay iqi^-, ^er square \... $3i50 SPRUCE SHEATHING 36-in. per roll ..$2,50 7;2-m. per roll .... $4.50 FARMER'S WEIGH BEAMS '200 and 300 lb., each $5,00 ' WIRE STRETCHERS �6.Qn!y-$L25t--go^^y TIN PLATES Per doz.......50c TIN JELLY CAICE PLATES Per doz. .......; .,, 50c Bed ?98635 75 84 ;