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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - March 6, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, MARCH THE I.ETH HKIUfi E DAILY H B It A L I) PAGE SEVEN IHE BLOOD IS THE OF LIFE Pure Blood Is Absolutely Necessary To Health "FRUIT-A-TiVES" PURIFIES These Wonderful Tablets, Made of Fruit Juices, Are Tlie Best Of AH Tonics To Purify And Enrich The Blood. ft! PU FARMERS OF THAT DISTRICT EAGER TO GET WATER ON LAND Tlie iirication agitation now swcep- R Soutlii-'ni Alhcrta, voiecd Hsclf in la mass incethiF; of farmers in I'tirplc1. Springs Saturday, Fe.li. 37tli. 1'rolcs- .soV H' 11. Kairlield of LelllliridBf, i-onvinecd the limners lliat with irri- proilue.tlcin will not. only lie insured, and inereasi'd, lint that per- on irlield laid 01 al- miLiienl hoini's will lit: .Hit: prainr. 1'iofes.soj- sLirss cm .lall-i and which In- sai.l im-anl 'more ioi the live sLocli, innrc .lertility for the soil and better crops i .ill around. Mi'. Hall hint DEMAND ON TOWN COUNCIL FOR CAUSE. OF MUCH 'AGITATION March. siderable iiiliTrxl' -was Luhi'ii m tin: j monthly .meeting oi Un- schunl let's lasl Vhi- iiiiiuLinu; of Hit. cm' Urtlursthiy j MR: ilcmaml -Hi" miMfcs im'L wiirt'tirouplil up ami-llii! coun- A Home-School of Culture for GJris K.I.WARHES.M.A..B.D.. Cl St. Tboraao Oot. The Home Economist The Hooscwivos' Highest Efficiency cil decided' -lu -attn u try- d I hi> nil IHI'Cll'lt, US .In: i'ure, rich blood can flow only i" clean body. Now, 3 clean body is one in which the waste iiinUer is and naturally uiTminaU-i. from Hie system. The blood cuimot bt- pure when MIL- skin nctiun ia when Hie stomach docs not digest the food pr'ipcrly, ivhLMi theboivelsdo noluiove Ifirly, when the kidneys itrained or overworked. Pure blood is the result of perfect and liannony of stomach, liver, bowels, ki'Jncys and skin. by their wonderful nclion on all these organs, keeps the whole system as clc-an as Nature iu- Ituded our bodies to be cleaii. "Fniit-a-lives" tones up, sirL-nplhcns, pin Hies, cleans and tfiv pure, rich, clean blood that is, in irui'i, lite Blreani of life. "Fruit-a-livcs" is sold all dealers ftt 5 a box, 6 for 52.50 irinl sizi- or it postpaid on receipt of price by vrui i lives Limited, Ottawa. For Ihu in-L'paralion of cereal drinks A Peiiusy Ivan inn liaH invonlod a per- tolntor that C-ITII IK; used in iiny tea or coffee HOI. (Cunlril. Uc lold by j-1 lidiial economy Llm- n t'uast [oinniTn-.v, tli.n ifllCL'l Olllll l.'l' I I) iiih- ijovwLv of iin and diil. i-unvinc'c Ilium Hmt we waul, il. 'Jo do Iliis [iropprly, some iiiiljrafiut' Uic whoh: oi the sdiiih irom KcLlibiiilKC to Medicine H.il was lu-ufssiiry. Ml' Jillll Of L l-iiutiiK :is absolutely in favor, oi ir-'jnjr Lin- .Hit: luwn li.id ilivmo-i _. ii Inn hR poinli'd uu'-, Lhat LO n, two HIOSR favua'd i Juuj ihw v, VCI'VL" ivi1 must Rut nitiir tlie Kcdor- (lit irimlcus-mid wliu wen- in pijnc liotii mi: iiov'ciiiincnl, iinil ugiliitc and 1'tli- of tlic uoujicjl. All st-cli-nis fell. iniiki! a stir lo innvcvt-c, tlnil. '.uiulfl 1 I-VB In; done Lo rcirtiit-K Uic luxes, cr il KOOJI lie impossible 'o :n the town. Mr. .Karran'h; nioUon tlie council .to. salai'v fur luiil of tin.1 majority Lri'di of 'I'liliL-r, outlined wliaL 01 tlic raLcpayiii'S and a good iniinhcr nikTims Irid liL'un ilc'iH1 in lii.s district, as mat- jiUondt'd nicmnj; cxpcctins tliat. llioiisaiid-s U-IK iiuw slnod Use C. I1. Ii- hail Iliis would onc-ol thu items uiiid lie. tilled-over. Tlic criaii man of (he trustees, u'hei.jicr llivu' ilt'iiiand il or m we want is luxury i witht'iiL power. l iiini spells iiiition.' Thiii" arc jace-ljuj vroinist'd to irriKnlc Hi'10 acres in the ui'inih of Tabcr, from ilic- uasti; ln rcspi-voirs at Hi in Coulee-, pro- KorsyLlir, presided over vidini; proper sui-urity could lie furn- of niiircliini; di.staiicc you could i. mm .some preliminary McLfilluM, of I'tiiplc Springs, Mr. llodfics moved llitiL a rcsoUitiun to tlie. mrcliw; lo petition the Minislcr ol IiiLi-rioi: (rovornnirnl in Ration, or tin- P.X- IIL: services the inuaic ti'iiclisi: lie ilisj-e-ist-d wilh after Lhc; end uf the month. Mr j'arkiiuson ..secondrij. {lie rnolion, and iL'iisVon of tlie C. P. II. system of ir- on it licing put. to-n voi-c thu moiion .1'iX.alion, which was al once accepted, carried, wiUi a majority one. full attend- uif ijroail, n lifinj: er six foe plpxiontMl, bright eyes. .-.iiccia! meelini; ni Ilic Musing Mis.siu'n Jioiird ivill al Idur n'dofk Uonday after.....H-, Minch R, at iht-i, Lew in 1 lilt St. S. KMT. is nr-nilh j ciMie-Mnl I" he. prc'ifn! Mo liiiiuortTil people. icclii as wliitL1 aii'l faints. I h.ivi1 been I dl "Kiihsimi that ii.an> l lumsam'-. his coimtrv-pcople, ridii monilis ___. i-he 'vcav have no nilirr food I! Three were appointed to tlie Tin-, estimates wen: -then inlroduu-' ijiacli syt- biTjid and naiu-r kraul. Board oi Trade, lo rep- i-d by the secicLurv, Mr. "Parkinson, caleii tlic'bhui. bread, ifsciiL I'urplc Springs at Llm various and ihe chairman slated that the cs-- louvt-h of- They met at Uow Island limalpd had been cut as close as was .March 5th. >l f.on.sisLcuL wilh clncicncy. Mi. Hind- process of lev opened Uic hiill un- i-iuincil, of such and slated lh.it accordins lo ilic CH- iis read ii lliey cunld fjt'L iH.IHHI Mom tlic tuwn and the govern- in cut- gram 01 llicy br luive Clcni: Cily to oxcliiingo 1'or li'aruj Land with smull FQK SALE Tiiinli This Over: 10, 20 or 30 acres of Irrigated Land l.lireo miles only from cily, nl per acre. Easy terms arviingod. AYe want, to show you this. Send us your list if you want to Trade Anything. HARRIS COMPANY P. 0. BOK 531., Phone 1412. Need Attention in February and March or Face May Stay Covered. Now is time lo LnliO _ of tlin complexion it yon wish i It was shown, however, that L-liis could nut lie done., as there was ;i note due ai the bank and this woniu have to he paid. It. was also pointed out that uli'cady there had lieen speni Liecf-isary LO liaki- il) inal ii a knifp and a stnmu; aim to slice ir. The slow, pCT-sisleru iniislical-itiii needed lo reduce it, soon the.teeth. 'In say nothing oi lilt; '.jo'ic-ir-akins .inaLPi'ial in the rye lo nouriiih Inelli. In Hie summer, the peasantn have their own gardens and blien Imvc 1 inn not tin1 btLter d.iss nf ihe poorest neas- i Th'i'y'prescr'inTlon for Hie removal try ahd teachers at a low- physical labor. IOQK liours, l freckles WHS wriLLcn -bv a promiaent ei salary. _ the nccessiu of a sc-vrre cli- is so success-1 llicn got tlic chairman's discipline of a strussslp ic'u qnirl Jiv rli-uecists under and said ilial the Leaclu-rs' sal- wilh poverty, -n frugal dint, and an iflin o- o iml1 ?f should cut al His op.n- religion !V IluS- if-ilh Gel an ounce of ion was lhal HIP. leathers were Ilic a people ot treriicnuuus jslrcnelL- even a appllealions only people who were getUns Ihe sal- This, als, Kliould show a wonderful improve- ment, soniR of tlie smaller freckles even vaniahiug eutlrelj'. THE POPULAR PIONEER LINE ALLAN LINE Winter Sailings ST. JOHN TO LIVERPOOL Calling at Halifax one day later. S.S. Corslcan ..........Mar. 12 S.S Hesperian .........Mar. 19 S.S. Scandinavian......Apr, 2 S.S. Corsican ..........Apr. 16 S.S. Hesperian April 23 Uxcellenl avail- able in All We can bring out passengers from England, Scotland, Ireland, Norway, Sweden, Denmark. Hol- land, Finland and Russia, to any point in Canada. Full information and tickets can be .secured from your local S.S. or Agent, or W. R.ALLAN, Gen'l Agt .WINNIPEG. miller firfiinisianccs Unit arics, imcl al the lime the. mml'il "tilt uiiloirelv" Uic av- lown was righl against il ami British-Canadian. Purely, UIP; lively pussilile cciil should be cul out. Hnisian peasant i.s an cxixmem ul Mr. I'lctchcr tried lo show tlmb a moiHiiny. hig retluclion had already been made uhile we arc ilianliful thai in Can- antl bj' comparison .he, pointed oul euadilions are less oppressive, how had hcen saved. Alter a yet by comparison we can better ap- iwarm exchange between several mem- iirecialr. our privileges anil blessings 'bcrs ot the trustees and the council, and cheerfully curtail .supcrllnities. Reunion got going and was well can learn :uain: lossons of resonree- I'irsl" hc said lhal Ihe fulness from w'ilchiiiK the luclbodb of council liall never volcd any for themselves, brought out lot oi interruptions. pie. iii.slinct.ivi1 race has indivi- lle said that last night the council dual methods, null can teach us liuw bail voted down the but the lo make n CL'P.L do its uliuosl. proper time hail not yet. arrived Pco- penny saved is a penny carnril." But pie were leaving the lown every day can we save the penny; on nccouul of tlie high lax rale. He j (is.lilr.r''. Note Herald has said that llicy wanted lo see wluil' arranged a well known lalh- liv- this money demanded was for, and jng in one oi the. Crow's Kcsl I'ass the trusLers seemed lo Ihink Lliat i0'M-n.; u, conlriliulc an arhcle cadi Ihe council liad no right lo tlie fig- Saturday on sume question of proc- ures lical home eronomics. Tlin laily in The meeting Ihcn gol warm and a question lias l.avcllcd extensively. Ml Mi'iulii'i'. nf choir- and IIHIN-- 01 ,'d iiilisu shi.uld ni.ikr .ill vllorl. lo .illi-Ml Ihe Ii.' lull- "ii "Mymns and .1 inn- lo he Ir. Ill'1 Ailli'nl 'Suainc. ,in Monday .Uji-in a; ii.l.'i. in Mi- s Tills Iin- u ill illii.-ii'.iU-i1 und '.l.i- MUi'ini; "f '.lie liinii.'. lalked alioul. .Miss D.iinl-.. niali-i.ii ill Hi'- I'h'l- liicn's Slii-lier. Mil.uli I" make appi.il ioi bah) dolhcs (or lillh- ininales ol the Itomr. Tlli'U' ate at Llircr. liny tialiie; anil Luo otlier sln.ill i-iiiliiu'n i-ari-d iin .u the insliliiluili. .mil ihey me sad- li lacking in nuii'i !y. whi-i has i-lolbes I" :uni who will M'lld llicni I" the Home, may hc s'ii'- Hie "'-nenisiu will he appreciated. Miss -Mury .Mardonald. voimi'i'St ilaiighli.-r.of Mr. ami Mrs. 'ien. ni this rity, was im- iu-d in iiiarriaw.il> .Mi. A. also ioniu-r.li .oi al ilic i'1-i'sln-ll'ri.in in Calgarv, ijsl. -I'licsiiay. The Hev. A. Kslcr pcr- Hiriiied tlic lei-cniuni. Mis. J. James v.-as liriilcsiiiaiil. while Mr. A. llith- arils Holli .Mr .mil .Mrs. Mci-iuii-han al'i1 wfll known in l.etllbridgi1, and their man', friends Iheiii happir.ess anil a long i.iar- ncd life. 1'rivalc llsilclilie, of Ihe C. M. I'., allacbi-il to the 37ih llalln- iion, was married lo Miss Florein-e .May Cookc on Feb. 2li, ISI.i, al He- "in'a. .Mr. and .Mrs. Kailclifie caiih- Hi iViniupec, wlierc ihcy will iesiile n'innipeK Free Madeline was a former cily employer of I.clh- bridge, and for a. lime was einplined Ihe mlinicipalili of Tabi'r. Hcpnrl oi Ihe N'ursing Mission for ihe inonlh 01 February, HUa Number of new palic-nls 12 N'liinber of old palients -5 Xiimbcr of melro palii-nls 1 N'o. of professional calls, -So. of proiessioiial calls, Nu. of relief calls Sfi No. 01 business calls.................. No. of oltics calls -1'JS SOI) ;i :ll) sa a e uiu'.ss rom mun ted money the. peasants nf Europe, part-iculuily remark ivlnch i [he Frenrh, Scotch anil Hebrew pcu- host oi words were exchanged. Sev- teen nu" i-tisi-d iii Uiscd n J Ford Runabout Price Prlcei of other Ford cars are: Two-pitienger Coupelet Five-pasienger Touring Car Flve-paiseneer Sedan All cars fully equip- ped, Including electric headlights. Pricei F. 0. B. Ford, Ont. Buyers of all Ford cars will lhare in our proflti If we sell cart between Aujust 'l, 1914 and August 1, 1915. All Ford arc on exhibition at THE- FORD GAKAGE Virtue Bros. Props. Oregon has three. dealers and two fern women ininiiei cral ratepayers then looli a hand in Kiiropcan counirics, and ;is the iiioili- thc hus'inrss and things 150L very [T of rt family, wliaL pconoiny mixed up. The chairman, Mr. For- il can be mink: to .sylliP, saiil lliiii sfjnio people Lhouglil count. In Ihcui1 Linios ni wsii' stress, LJiaL they could do the trustees' work fcw iioiisCftCcjicvs there arc hut find lictlcr, anil if anyone Lherc thought n convenient to prantisc little cn.ni- iluiL tiiEV could do the trustees' work Omirs, ami 1lic.se articles will UKTC- LctLer, and if anyone Ilicrc 'thought forc Of wide they could do his job, they could----- well have it-. ilu. Karran said Lhnt it would hc a cold day before he would vote for selling a poor widow's cow to school teachers air. llindloy pointed out that it should he possible to close the schools and thus save, SOIHC money .us it was impossible Lo collect taxes because, people have not the ability to pay. Several persons now thought that (he two parlies were getting; further irom cacli other. Mr Karran tluiughL that there was chance, uf the trustees to reduce the demand and he said that their demand was the first, to come, heiore Hie council and everyone Of the, coun- cil was Reared to death at the pros- pect before them. councillors and trus- tees all Used to speak at once several exciting incidents were wit- nessed. The chairman eventually re- gained control of the gathering, .and Mr. liradsliaw got the floor. His ar- gument was that it w.is not what otlier towns we.rc doing, hut what AhiRrath was able to do. Tlic meeting, which had started at. fi o'clock, to wear oul at 10, and all seemed to litive used up "11 (be large-shuts -and eventually Llie meeting" closed, and us far as the re- porter could make: out from all different arguments, remarks and hints' nothing was done and the mat- ter remains just where it was when the meeting started. AI n meeting of the town council on Wednesday night a motion moved by Councillor Karran that the coun- cillor loic'go the usual salaries for 1915, was defeated 3-2. petroleum hna been installed as I'uol in Chile's nitrate works nt n saving ol" more than 30 per cent, of t.hp cost of coal. Thu United Slates geological sur- vey Iflsl. carried on investigations in -17 slates, Alaska, Hawaii and the canal KGiic. Total calls Patients paying ice I'aiienls paying pdrt fee Patients cared for free Hours spent at school Groceries and provisions supplied Ui families, fresh milk Lo 32 fannl- fanulirs. new boots 12 school children, new clothing warm U 1 families, old clothing and boots to -11 iainilic.s, medicine supplied to 7 'patients, positions have been secured Jor 7 and day's work for i) 1 wnmen 111111 2 men. I (Signed) Annie M. Tillcy, i SiipcrinLeiidcnL. Miladi .................-JJ I The report. Tor the Gall Hospital I I'or- the, month of. rebruary is as fol- ilows: j j Number of patients in hospital j besinning of month i i AdrniLtuiiceB during month CO I (Transients admitted during month AFTER-SUPPER SALE From 7.30 to 10 p.m. Tonight Underskirts on Sale ;il llcamiful Kilk AluiiclUi l.'mlciskirls for ladies. Style is close Ii: lop. i; inch llouncc knife I'lninf 'ruin colors: Paddy, ('crisi; and Hoac-- S2 95 Ladies' House Dresses ".-'lall lot of ihrsc stylo I louse Un'wsts. Neat firipcd licnivins in bl'H.-, line Scolcb QQfi Krru Scrims Yard h--: of Ihis Scrim, oxira line iiualily. full 38 inches' wide, makes a lovely n-lndmv i-iirliiin. .fust M yards 1 Krru KITH Colored XutlillKll.-.'n .Minis loltg. small nun ili'siK'iK, iirctly borders, llpitnlur price 95C lieaiilit'nl Spc.-ial showing ot Uiilic.H' Silk aud Luce I-'anc-y QCp r. Keslllar values up 10 S3.no Cliililrcn's Bella 1-ir I'ilildrcn's liusler Belts in Mact, red und vvlihe. 4 gg 10 on sale lonipht at I Clearance of Men's Suits, values lo 0.0.-) The balance of Illeac Men's Suils lo so on sale lonight. All smnri siylcs. nicely tailored. I'altenip are ncal and lile oolorinsB rizh'. up to the minnie. The rcBular prices run as Men's Spring ilu- colorings ami sliaues in Meir.1; Felt Hats for Muri-ip Tin- values i'.re roflllar -S'J.f.n and On 4 QQ Vl.W Values in Ladies' Bluchers on sale at This liool for ladies Is one ol" ilie most admired models for Spring. LeaUier is selected Gunmelal: style is 'hluclier CO QQ iviih iiiBh heel and neat rounded toe Jtegulnr Values in Ladies' Button 'Hoots on Sale at .Anoilier smart slylc FJool for Ladies In the ever popular button model The leather is flnniuetal All sizes. CO C1Q Grocery Specials ni Hires, juicy and per IOC (lid Coiinlry (jiuger per -pound "ISC' Fvcsli 'Roasted Peiinuls. '2 pounds for. 25C Candy Special Delicious Assortment oi" Cliocolatcs and Kot-ular values up to SOe lib. Per round I 3C Hudson's Bay Co. AGE is iiol the basis from Avliich to wliethcr iir you need Eye-Glasses Tlie. one thing necessary is a positive knowledge of lbe con- dition of your eyes. Some persons arc fiorn wilh weakened vision and require glasses from latency. Our exceptional facilities for ascertaining the. truth about your long experience in our "whys" you should come to ns for opti- cal assistance. Eye Special let in charge of Optical Department. RAWright THE JEWELER, ESTABLISHED 1B98, .Number of nalienU ilisc-bavsed tlurins moiitli.............. Deaths tlliving ni'inlh........ Numhev of patients in hospital at end of 'month.............. I Transients discharged during mon tli.................. j Lowest iHiniour (luring nuniLh -il Htehusl number durint; mouth-.- IS Daily average during monlli of liosiiUul day.H fur ]irl- vaici Number of hospital days for ward paiients (payi'-.c' Number of hospital days lor ward patients Total number of hospital days .U'4" Xumlici1 of oucrnllous under scn- era! anaesthesia........... -8 Number of operations under loca'i or no anaesthesia............' Number of patients trealed in outdoor department........ 2 Number of dressings and treat- ments in outdoor department.. Number of hospital ambulance cplis The hosiiiUl wishes to arKnowledge. with thanks, the following contribu- tions received during the month: and boohs. Dr. L. G. De- Vebcr: Flowers, the Mathesis club and tlie regular weekly cou'-rihulion from the Letlii'vi'igp. Flownr Clulld: doz. uaimnas, 12 doz oranges anil I case the trustees of Ihe Hospital Aid- The Young People's Christian Union rendered a song service each Sunday during the month, wiiich was greatly appreciated hy all- Morals of Pass Towns Will Bear an Maclcod, March case o! very unusual character was heard in the Supreme Ciiurl yesterday when I'clc. X'ovatiivich, an AusU'ian miner oi Frank, was charged with having sc- iluced Francis Poeh, 'a girl of previ- ously cliasle chal-jcter, u'etwecn Hie age of 1-1 and Hi years. The i, who is of very. aUraclive appearance, is 111? daughter of anoth- er miner al Frank, and in her evi- dence swore accused seduced her in lasl. She also, staled li'.at offers of marriage had been made lo licr by Novakovich, bill she was not r'.lowed to many owing to her age. In rross-examinnlioii, however, she admiTlcd lhal she ban previously de- nied lo the police thai she bad been seduced the accused and as her evi- dence was uncorroborated, counsel for Ilie defense argued there was no case ui in the jury. Ills Lordship up- held'Ibis contention and aemiilled the Dl'cscnl in Ihe Kd- monton Reformatory, where she will probably remain for the time. M.' Campbell, K.O., appeared for Mie crown, auil C-cilio Jlacleod and L. N. Putnam for the prisoner. This was the third case before the court, of offences against young girls I'roni tlic Pass, and it is quite evi- ilent from the evidence given during (.he hearing of the cases that the mor- als in the Puss leave much lo be tlc- SEVENTEEN REMOUNTS BOUGHT AT MAGRATH Mugrath, AHn., -.March gov- ernment p urch n slug ngenls for horses was lit the town ycsliirday, and bought up 17 hend, at an average price, of It is expected they will he buck again In about a month. To prevent u wot umbrella dripping on H floor there has invented a device to be slipped on tbo ferrule ii> catch the water. prisonri. The siir! WOMEN JAIL BREAKERS GET ONE YEAR EXTRA '.Macleod.Alta., .March year's imprisonment was meted out hy Judge McNeil In the District Court to Edna Kent and Ann Inglis. for the pleasure of a few hours' liberty Irom tbo Mmmted Police barracks .at Macleod. where they are undergoing; a sentence of IS months for theft and conducting a disorderly house. AL the time of their escape they were in charge of the matron at the barracks, and slipped away while the in id-day meal was being prepared. In the evening they 'were'seen proceed- ing in Hie direction of Leltibridge and next day arrested by Constable" McKenzie at Kipp. IJoth of the women, who are quite yaiing, "have luisbaiids at (ho from, and are drawing separation allow- ances. The Trademark is Your Safeguard BLUE RIBBON TEA Asli for Blue Hibbon and make .sure you get it. It stands for the highest tea. Send [his Advertisement with 35 cents to Blue Ribbon. Limited, Winnipeg, for [he Blue Ribbon Cook Book. 1 he best cook book for use in Wtitern Canada. Write name and addren plainly. ;