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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 11, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta SATUKWAY, MAKCH llf.1916 THE LEtwBRIDGE DAILY HERALD PAGE SEVEN SPECIAL BARGAINS for SATURDAY NIGHT From 7.30 to 10 p.m. LADIES' 8UTTS, . Rpociiil for io-iii.t>,'ht:, HiM-u,'os in navy, f'(t|)('iilui,ir-011 l)r()wii and l)lack; ](>.. $1S.00 Jiiir' t()iii,t>-|)l only .s])Ocial $15,J KHAKI IIANWKEKCIIIKFS, H(;lilar 2 foi' 25c. Special loiii :V for Pasteurized Milk IS Absolutely � Safe No fovcv or ilisense has evev^ bueu due to ' iiasteutiiiod iiiillr. There is no.need to boll your ^-niillk -lll-yoir get pasteuriZetl milk frflm ilS. We are tlie only Dairy in the,City that pasteurizes tbo mUk and also the'only Dairy that Sterilizes the Bottles Get j;our nillk and nroani whore you uro jiuns it, is jiuro and tree' I'rbni all bacteria. The Crystal Dairy PHONE 1370 ALL ABOARD for NORTH LETHBRIDGE Grand Dance AND Dancing Gompetltlon | Wed., Miardi 15 111 Biirg'iuaim'.S Hall PRIZES FOR B^STWALTZIIMG' and BEST TW9-aTEP,COUPLE ADMISSION!' ,LADlES FREE, -GENTS 75c FULL ORCHESTRA liJiiOF BEING AUilE AID WELL JReitored To Health By "Fruit.R.tiv�8" Tbo Famou* Fruil IMedicino MDE. HOCHON Rochon, P.Q. Maroli ^nd, 1015, "I have received the most woniTerful benofii; from taking' 'Kruit-a-tivcs'. I audcred for years from h'heumatism and clianpe of life, iind J took.cvery remedy olitainable, uillioul any good rcsull.s. 1 lieard of'I'riiit-a-tives'and gave it a trial and it was the only medicine thai really dhl me good. Now I am entirely well; llie lilie'jmati.sia has disappi'arod and tin; terrible pains in my body arc all goiif. 1 am exceed-\i\^\y gralfful to 'fruil-ci-lives' forsucli relief, and I hope tliat others who sull'er from such distrf.s.sing: di.seases will try 'I'ruit-a-tivps' and get well". iMADAMK J.'^.VIl': KOCirOX. Tlie marveUous work that 'Frult-a-tives' is doinp, iii overcoming disease and healing the sick, is winning tho admiration of thousands and tliousands. SOc. a box, Gfor .$2.u0, trial size, 2r>c. At kU dealers or sent postpaid by Fruil-a-tiv�s Limited, OlUiwa. SiniNG IN REGINA Reglna, March 11.-A short preliminary sitting of the royal commission Investlgatihg the,'brlbery charges was held this morning., Mr. .Justice El-wond and .Mr. '.Justice Brown made arrangerriehts for, continuation of proceedings on Mo'ndivy. -March liOth. V. Bigelow, K.C., ariSi-P; H. Gordon, ap-peared to repro^^t .1. Bradshaw, .M. T^.A., who ipHde'Jffilie charges. The commission will investigate, apart from tlio lOiS- 0'6ii.sp)racy" charges, which arose out.,dt'the evidence of 11. C. Pierce, M.O.Af}'.-that. Hon.. Robert Rogei'a and ccrfa1ji;!T)rew:ers conspired to defraud tho government on Its temperance legislatloTT. -This charge will be prosecuted' , by .11. E. Sampsoji, crown prbsecuton; J5I. McDonald, K. C, aupeared for Hon. .1. .\. Siiepard, Hon. A. P. .McNab, S. H. -Moore and other members named in tlio charges. The rules of civil courts as to the admisability of evidence will govern, Mr. .lustlce Urown announced, without restriction, hearsay evidence which may be introduced. .Mr. and Mrs. U. W. Davidson (nee Gray) arrived back from their honeymoon yesterday afternoon. The G. F, Club will meet .Monday afternoon at tho home oC .Mrs. Nic-Lean, 7th Street Soutli. f'ai)t. I.. -M. .lohnston is spending a few days In Calgary and is a guest at tlie Palliser. � � * The iuusic section of the .Mathesis Club will meet .Monday afternoon at the honio of Mrs. F. .\. Stoltze. The Art .Veedlework Club will meet on Monday afternoon at the home of .Mrs. D. A. Simpson, C3t 1.5th Street South. *  * Tho .Vncient Order of Foresters will hold a whist drive and dance in Burg-man's hall on Tluirsday night, JIarch IGth. *   Ijieut. Alex Oliver arrived yesterday afternoon from Kingston where bo has been taking a course in artillery. *  * Mrs. n. S. Boyd, of -Medicine Hat, and little daughter PrlBctlla, are the guests of Capt. and Mrs. Leech, Ull 6th .Avenue South. The Civic CJub liave received word tliat the parcels that were sent last N'oveniber as .Christmas gifts to the I.ethbrldge men overseas have just started to nrrive at Shornclifte and they are being forwarded for distribution to the oflicers of the companies that are now at the front. .....� *  The re-opening of the Hudson's Bay tea room under the auspices of the Daughters of the Empire was very successful yesterday afternoon despite the windy weather. Bright colored priniuias centred the tables, which were crowded all afternoon. The assistants were .Mrs. J. N. Kennedy, Mrs. Downer, Miss Ashton, .Miss Dawson, .Miss .-\dellne Henderson and .Miss Angle Dawden. * �  In addressing a conference in St. Margaret's college, Toronto, last week, Mrs. .lohn \V. Henshaw said that in Elngland she found women who are supplying the place of men Invariably efllclent, courteous, prompt and perfectly satisfactory. She had seen thousands of uniformed women employed as railway, guards, ticket sellers, In charge of lifts, and as floor walkers. Practically all lines of work are being tackled by women. They are entering thp. farming field and supplying tlie place o� the market gardener. ; .Mrs. Henshaw urged all unemployed Canadian women to register at once for the work they think they can best do. REPORTS OF DIAZ CONTRADICT LIEUT. R. C.DUGGAN ^ Of the Uoyal, Flying Corps, son of Mr. \V, T. Dug^an,, of Brampton, who wits, injuretl,. while flying- on the east cpaat of England. � AGREEMENT SIGNED': Now York, March 10.-The soft coal agreement, �which will add from $15,000,000 to ?2Q,000,000 to the incomes of the mine workers of western Pennsylvania, Ohio, Indiana and lUln-ola, was aignod hero yesterday, subject to a referendum vote of all bituminous minors in the United States. CHdLERA IN AUSTRIA j Geneva, Jlarch'10.-Information lias ! been received here from Innsbruck to 1 tho effect that cholera has broken out anew in '37 villages and towns in Austria, Wesley dhurch Aniiiyersai:y Dinner and Concert Monday Evening, March 13 TABLES SERVEI^ 6 TO 8 O'CLOCK v . CHOICE PROGRAMME OF SONGS, PART SONGS AND DUETS, ELOCUTIONARY SELECTIONS AND SHORT APDRiESS Tickets-Dinner and Cojucei-t, 50c BAKiNG POWDER NO ALUM fl|^|:�gM^^^ READ THE LABElH^^^f i'" -iss Quarantoed to bo tho purostand boat baltlnepowdorthat It Is posslblotopro-duoo. c.w.oiarg-^rajip�jif UMiito Biding in New Orleans and Revolting in Oaxaco Washington, March !),-Slate department agents have been informed that Felix Diaz, the Mexican revclu-tionary loader, is hiding in Now Orleans, and upon their information they are satisfied that he has not landed in Mexico with an armed expedition, as has been reported. .Reported In Oaxaca New Orleans, T.a., Murcli 9.-Relatives and adhrronts of Felix Diaz hero said today ; t they believed Diaz was in the si-tte of Oaxaca, Mexico, leading his revolutionary forces. Guil-lermo Rosas, Dia?,'s private secretary, said he received a dispatch from Diaz yesterday, dated in Oaxaca last week. HUN PRISONERS IN BRITAIN NOW TOTAL OVER 13,000 London, March 10.-German civil and military prisoners in the United Kingdom at present total 13,821, and all of them receive the as I British soldiers, according to a statement made in the house of commons yesterday, by Harold J. Tennant, parliamentary under-secretary for war. jSonie of them are employed in making mail bags, for which they receive four-pence each. There are also 32,181 interned aliens, the under-secretary added, somo of whom ai'e employed in quarries and other in making mail bags. The government, he said, hopes to start both military and clvlli&n prisoners shortly on the work of clearing forest lands. TOTAL CANADIAN CASUALTIES UP TO MARCH ARE ^3,961 Ottawa, March 10.-Tlio total Canadian casualties up to March were 13,-9GI. There have been killed in action 2,33S Canadian soldiers, iiSS died of wounds, and 2i)S died of sickness, making tlie total deaths 3,024. The small number wlio have died it sickness is a record for modern war-fai'o, and speaks marvels for the effl-ciency of the Canadian army medical corps. The total number of wounded is 9,-325 and tho missing, which includes prisoners of war, 1,01'3, making tho total number of casualties 13,901, HUNS COMPLAIN THAT SECURITIES WERE TAKEN FROM THE MAIL Berlin, March 10 (via wireless to Sayville).-Among the news items i given out today by tho Overseas News agency was tho following; "Tho Dutch newspaper Handelsblad reports that securities are missing from the Dutch mail which was seized 1 and later released by the British nuth-i orlties. The newspaper says tho British offlclnls believed that tlie securities came from Germany and were being sent to the United States by way of Holland." McKENNA GIVES UP CAR London, March 10.-Roglnaldl .Mc-Konna, eliancollor of tho exchaqufu', la tho llrst raombor of the British ministry to give up his motor car to sat an example for tlio community lu tho Interests of economy. ; AMERICAN RANCHER KILLED BY BANDITS IN ARIZONA Bisbee, .Arizona, March 10.-An Ain-eirican rancher was killed tonight when a bund of between liOO and 500 bandits crossed the border southeast of OahornB .lunction, .\rizona, according to reports reaching here tonight. In response to an appeal from citizens, 65 troopers of the 10th United States cavalry from .N'aco, Arizona, were rushed to that point, Tlie cavalrymen were reported late tonight to be awaiting a sally from tho bandits. All of tho Americans at Oahorno Junction, with the exception of one family, came to Bisbee on a special train tonight. CAPTURED HARBOR USEFUL London, March 10.-Russia is making preparations to use the rocently captured harbor of Rize as a naval base for tho advance of Troblzond, from which it is 35 miles distant, according to Petrograd dispatches. Rlze is an ideal harbor for the purpose and offers ample shelter and anchorage. Ribbon' Blue Ribbon Coffee and Baking Powder .\sk ioi' Hhif Hibbon pro-(liicls iind sfc llinl Vdiir (Icilcr t,'iv('s Ibein. All liiiif Hibhon .ifuud.s iirt.- ffiiaranleod to'y. II' ollu'i-wLsc yoii Diiiy ri'hiri) llu'iii. Blii(> Hibbon CoH'cr. iind IkiUiiiH I'owdcc iii'c tlie l)t'Sl on Ibc niiii'Ucl or lliey couldn't be .sold will) .so .strong ti guiir-tinloo. For any floors - tile,. wood, linoleum-' QldDutch quickly takes up all the dirt' and removes all the stain? Gleans^ ARTILLERY IS VERY EFFECTIVE IN FRAN jL Ottawa, March 10.-The following communication from the Canadian general representative in France was received by the militia department tonight: Canadian General Headquarters in France, via London, March 10.-Early in the week of March 1-7, our Cano-dian artillery was invited to assist in a heavy bombardment of a section of the enemy's line. As a result of the combined fire the Greman trenches, communicating trenches and dugouts were reduced to ruins for a considerable length. A British attack followed and was entirely successful, owing in part to the perfect artillery barrage which prevented the enemy's supports from moving up. The German trenches were occupied and many prisoners taken. Several determined counter attacks were subsequently attempted, but the enemy melted away beneath the heavy weight of tho British and Canadian artillery tire, and the British forces remain in possession of the ground won. FRENCH AEROPLANES busy Amsterdam, via London, March 10. Six French aeroplanes raided the railway lines over which tho Germans have been transporting military supplies in central Belgium on last Monday and Tuesday, according to advices to tlie Telegrat. They dropped many bombs and caused extensive damage. All returned safely. ANOTHER ATTEMPTED "SCARE" London, March 10.--Germany made war on Portugal to discourage other nations from taking German ships. GIRLS! THICKEN AND BEAUTIFY YOUR HAIR AHOSTO" TRY THIS! YOUR HAIR GETS WAVY, GLOSSY AND ABUNDANT AT ONCE GAMES PLAYED TODAY FOR SAKE OF HUMANITY l'.,ondQn, March 10.-The Nation predicts that the United States may later be called into the war against Gar-many for the sake of humanity. To be possessed "of a head of heavy beautiful hair; soft, lustrous, fluffy, wovy and free from dandruff is merely a matter of.using a littlo Daudei'-iue. � ;�' ' ^� ^V ' It is easy and Inexpenslvp to have nice, soft' hair and lots of it", Just-get a 25-cont bottle of , Knowllon's Dandorino now-all diuig'' i.tore/j recommend it-apply a little' as directed and within ten Ihsre will be an appearance of abundance, frosh-nes.5, flufflness and an iucompJi-vabln glosij and lustre, and try us you will you can not find a trace of dandruff or falling hair; but your real surprise will be after about two weeks' use, wlien you will see new hal^-fine and downy at first-yet-^jut really new hair-sprouting out all over your Bcalp-Danderluo Is, we believe, the only sure hair grower, destroyer of dandruff and cure for (tchy scalp and It never falls to atop falling hair at once. If you want to prove how pretty and soft your hair really Is, nioi.Rten a cloth with a Uttlo Danderlne and carefully arn.w it through your hair-taking one small strand at u time. Your hair will be soft, glossy and beautiful In just a few moments-a delightful surprise awaits ev�ryono who tries this.-Advertisement. London, March 11.-The following are the results of the Kngllsh football games played today on the grounds of the first mentioned clubs: London Combination Brentford 3; Croydon Common 1. Chelsea I; Luton Town I. Clapton O. 1; Crystal Palace 5. Mlllwall A. 2; The Arsenal 0. Reading 0; Westham United 4. Tottenham Hotspur 0; Queens Park Rangers 0. Walyford 3; Pulham 0. Lancashire Section Blackpool 1; Burnley 2. , Bolton W. 1; Preston North End 0. � Evirion 2; Stockpo,rt 0.. ; Manchester C. 1; .Llyerjppol 1. ' Oldhanv A. 1; Manchester U. 1. Midland Section/ , BaVlisley 1; Hu'dhersllpUi 'Town 5. Derby County 2; Leicester Fosse 5.-Grimsby Town 0; Shqilleld W. 0. Leeds City 3; Bradford 2, Lincoln City 7; Hull City 0. Stoke 0; Notts Forest 1. � Bradford City 5; Roachdaio 0. Notts County 1; ChesterflOld, .T.M. Sheffield United 2; Rotherham 3. Scottish League', Glasgow, March 11.-Following'are the results of scheduled Scottlah 'lea. gue football games played today on the grounds of tho first na'piejl',olubB;. Celtic 5; Hamilton A. 3, ..;;.Vv.vV Hibernians 2; Rangers S, "' Morton 3; St Mirren 0. Ayr United I; Dundee 2. Falkirk 1; Partlok Thistles 0. Aberdeen 1; Hearts of M. 1. Queens Park 2; Clyde 2. Third Lanark 4; Dumbarton 0. Airdrieoninns 2; Raith Rovers 1. ^ Motherwell 1; Kilmarnock 1. When You AND BEANS you buy Canadian Goo^s and yoii g& the best W. CliARK LIMITED MANUFACTURERS MONTREAL 750412?163 743? ;