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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 14, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta TUESDAY, MAIICH M, 1916 THIP LETHBRIUalft' f) MLY HERACD page five Tea-or Near Tea-Which Do You Drink? 'I'liorc irt tlia IiiglieHt, iirt in blondiiig tru-art in .i^row-ing it-art Iti brewing it-art oven in |)n(;king it. Noto tlin now donbiy-protuctivo packet of BLIE RIBBON TEA lioconiu ac(|iiiiinltvl with ilii! Toft thnt reprc�onti clean, sweet, fresh. f GlfiLS! GIRLS! THY STOP DANDRUFF AID BEAUTIFK YOUR HAIR HAIR STOPS FALLING OUT AND GETS THICK, WAVY, STRONG AND BEAUTIFUL. ISARESAIOTOBE BREAKING OUT N 1 UL Populace Wild Over Continued Heavy Losses at Verdun- Serious at Cologne London, March 14.-Roports coii-tlmie to be pubUahed hero of rioting hi Gorraai) cities, conaeauent upon the failure of the Crown PrInce'h army hafore Verdun. Dally Express prints a dispatch frotp Amsterdam to the effect that riots of a most serious character have been taking place almost dally In Cologne since the beginning of the Vordun offensive and that the police and troops have been called upon to keep order. The reason for the trouble is aaUi to be popular indignation caused by the continual passage of wounded in trains from France. This in tellini! on tho nerves of the Cologne people. For two weeks ppsl triiins liu""! bi\m running constanilv in such numberB that ii his been liupossible to conllno their passage to nights. i SparkliuK and vivacious - merry, bright, alert-a good, clear skin and a natural, rosy, healthy complexion are assured oiUy"by pure blood. If only, ovei-y man and woman could be induced to adopt tho morning insido bath, what a gratifying change would take place. Instead of the thousands of sickly, anaenilc-looklng men, women and girls, with pasty or muddy complexions; instead of tho multitudes of "nerve wrecks," nnidowns," "brain fags" and posBlmlstB wo should see a virile, optlmlatilc throng of rosy-cheeked people everywhere. An lualdo bath la had by drinking each morning, before breakfast, a glass of real hot water with a tea-spoonful of limestone phosphate in It to wash from tho stomach, liver, kidneys ami ten yards of bowels the pro-vIouB. day's Indigestible waste, sour fermentations and poisons, thus cleansing, sweoleulng and freshening the entire alimentary canal before putting more food Into the stomach. Those subject to sick headache, bll-lousuoBs, uasty br?ath, rheumatism, colds; and- particularly those who have a pallid, sallow complexion and who are constipated very often, are urged to obtain a quarter pound of limestone phosphate at tho drug store which win cost but a trifle, but is sufficient to demrnstrate the quick and remarkable change in both health and appearance, awaiting those who prootloo internal sanitation. We must remember that inside cleanliness is more important than outside, because tho akin does not absorb impurities to oontamlnato the blood while tho pores In the thirty feet of bowels do. .1. D. Hlglnbotham &� Co., Utd., Diiiggists, Lethbrldge, Alberta. Adv. Yom' hair becomes light, wavy, fluffy, abundant and appears as BOtt, lustrous and beautiful as a young girl's after a "Danderino hair cleanse." Just ti-y this-moisten a cloth with a little Uaiiderlne and carefully draw it through your hair, taking one small strand at a time. This will cleanse the hair of dust, diit and excessive oil and in just a few moments you have doubled the beauty of your hair. Ucsldes beautifying the hair at once, Danderlue dissolves every particle of dandruff; cleanses, purifiea and Invigorates the scalp, forever stopping Itching aud falling hair. Hut what will please you most will be after a few weeks' use when you will actually see new hair-fine and downy at first-yes-but really now hair growing ,all over the scalp. If you care tor pretty, soft hair and lots of It surely get a 2B-ceut bottle of Danderlne from any druggist or toi let counter, and just try It!-Adver tisoment. ELLS CONGRESS AT ALBERTA DOES OR GOOD H An Old, Family Cough Remedy, Home-Made Xianlly Prepared -CoiitH Very Llttlei but In Prompt, Sure nnO effective By makiuR this old-time cough syrup at lioinc yoti not only save about $2, as compared with the ready-made kind, but you Hill nlfio have a inuoli more prompt �nd iMJsltlve romcdv in every way. It overcomes tho usual coughs, tliroat and chest colds in 24 hours-relieves oven whoopinjj couffh quickly-and is oxcol-lent, too, for bronchitis, bronchial asth-jna, lionrseness and spasmodic croup. Oct from any druK store 2% ounces of JMnox (SO cents worth), pour it into a 10-ounco bottle and fill the bottle with plain granulatud sugar synip. Full directions with Piucv. Keeps perfectly and tastes ;;oad. You can feel this take hold of a cough or cold in a way that moans business. It , * Mrs. C. F. Jamieson arrived in the city last night from .Medicine Hat to join her husband, who has come to Lethbrldge to reside. Mr. and Mrs. Jamieson are staying al the Victoria Mansions. Mrs. J.S. Irwin has returned to tho city after spending the winter months at Cookeatown, Ont., with her parents, Hon. .lames Duff, nihiiater of agriculture, and Mrs. Dufi. Mr. and Mrs. I'rwin have taken a suite In the Victoria Mansions. � * * Mde. Phillippe l^andry was hostess yesterday at a delightful luncheon al the Chateau Lauiier. Tlie guests included Lady Laurier, Lady Foster, Mrs. J. D. Hazen, Mrs. II. A. flaw.. Mrs. W. W. Cory, J\Ir.-,. L. G. DeVebor (Lethbrldge) Mde. Bornier, Mrs. Ru-fus Pope, Mrs. E. .M. MufDonald, Mde. Eugene Fisot, Mde. E. E. Lafleur, Mrs. .1. J. Anderson, MrH. St. Denis IjC Moine. Mde. Genes!!; Mrs. Caron Pel-letier, .Mrs. .W. E. Hodyins, and Miss Alice Caron.-Ottawa Free Press. * * * Saturday morning at Victoria Park, Mrs. W. L. Bernard, honorary vice-president of the W. A., presented Capl. Harrison aud members of the 56tli batalion with a silver communion service. The service is in a liandsome leather case and is the gift of the city and j out-ot-lown branches of the "W. A." The hand embroidered linen was given by St. Auguslin's W. A., Loth-bridge. The unique sacramental veil and burse are composed of silk union jacks with the cross of St. Andrew in the centre. These aro the gift of Red Deer W. A. and were most exquisitely embroidered by the Diocesan Dorcaa secretary, Mrs. P. 'A. Sage. The hymn and prayer book was given by the junior branches of tho W. A., and a large union jack was also presented, the latter being purchased by donations from interested friends. Plis Lordship Bishop PInkham spoke a few words to members of the battalion, then introduced Mrs. W. A. Geddea, diocesan president, and Mrs. W. L. Bernard.-Calgary Herald. WANTED MERCHANDISE SPECIALLY PRICED FOR WEDNESDAY �() Pairs IMeir.s Boot.s In black and tan blucher and button styles, all sizes to select from. Regular djo rn $5.50, Special .................... �PJ.du 100 Pajr.s Girls' Tan Calf Sliiipers $L49 One strap styles, all sizes. Regular $2.75 for ...................... lJnnj?alow Net 4('i Inches wide, In ivory and ecru shades, neat designs. Special per yard ...... 25c Curtain Scrims colored borders on ores grounds, 3G-ln. wide. Special per yd. With dainty colored borders on cream 20c Tapestry Hearth Kuss Size 27 in. x .'il in. In floral and Orien- (jj-j 4f\ lal designs. Special each ........ �t)l�T:*l Door Mats Fine quality. Cocoa fibre, good sizes. (f>-i -i r Special, each .................... �t)l�I3 Our Special Corset Of finest Coutil, with medium bust and long skirt, with six hose supporterB. Wednesday special ............., $L79 Ladies' Overall Aprons In striped and plain ginghams, vor>' fine quality in belted effects. Regular �1.00 55q Specials in Many Lines of Men's Spring Suits worsted cloths. .....$16.00 Some very fine tweeds and Styles are up-to-date. Reduced from $20.00 to ., Reduce: from $16.00 and $18.00 A good assortment of colors. Hoys' Spring- Coats In fine, all wool materials. Colors are Shepherd checks and plain navy blue. Styles are smart and well finished. Values $5.50 to (f*? CA Sizes to G years.................. �P i cOll Grocery Specials WEOIE IS [MEO R At the Majestic The United Producing Company, un-der whose direction "Within the Law" was offered to the patrons of the local theatre, have again come to the front and aro now offering an elaborate staging of Eugene Walters' great masterpiece, "Fine Feathers." This interesting production will be presented at the Majestic theatre tonight and tomorrow night. As was announced In: these columns when their first attratjtlon was ad-yertlBbd, It is the intention of tho above compony to present each ijionth a first-class city attraction. Tlie samo cast and equipment will be iised,,liere that is used in the larger cities, and will be complete in every detail, Np expense will be spared to glva, the very best obtainable, and they, will offer only the latest plays that Itave been proven a success. Such a. want has been tell for a number of years, as tho people in the smaller cities desire to see good dramas, but are not satisfied with the ordinary play ,tliat visits the western Canadian provinces. It is hoped that this company's efforts � will be appreciated, and tUoir attractions oxoeptloually well patronized, thus fostering another Canadian industry. ' mmm IS A CiOK Edmonton, March 14.-Mr. Tweedie lost his Judgment for a moment at the public accounts committee this morn-lug and denounced J. D. McArthur and his railway company as "crooked." Mr. Mitchell look the Calgai-y lawyer to task and declared If McArthur was crooked, Tweedie was much more so for making such a remark. Quite a little storm ensued and as. the committee was rising Mr. Tweedie grace-tiJlly withdrew his remark. Tho examination of Secretary Harvey and IStiglneer Douglas is proceeding along identically the same lines as last session, question and answer being practically the samo. The evidence shows that the Central Canada will cost about one million, and because the government had asked authority to loan two millions Mr. Tweedie got excited and made his charge of crook-ednees. However, simmered to cold facts, the situation is this: the gov-ernment loans the railway company up to 80 par cent, of tho certified cost of tlie road. The payments are made on progress estimates. "The mortgage and the construction contract both provide that the residue of tho loan Is to be applied on further railway extensions in the great north land and. will extend the McArthur lines west and north from (he Peace River. The money is held in trust in tho bank by the provincial treasurer and the company is paying five per cent, on it. That is all the "crooked-nesB" amounts to; In fact, as one member charged, Mr. Tweedie and his (icoU'oagues do not seem to understand the question. Others think they do, and that Mr. Tweedlo's exclamations are all tor political effect. A soxtotto that loses nothing by comparison with" the original six in tho first production of "Klorodora," has been Hocureri by Mr. F, Stuart-Whyto tor his big revival of the piobe which is hooked to appear at the'Ma-jeRtio tUeatro on March 21 and 22, "Florodora" is admittedly ono of the greatest musical aoinodlca of all timea and an elaborate revival of the ploce Bliould prove as popular to tho young- er generation as the original pi'^Sijts;-. tlo!) was to elders some 16 year|j*^|tii''; SUGAR, fine, puro granulated 20-lb. siU'k .. . Wo 10-lb. .sack .... S5c FLOUR, H. B. Co.'s Seal of i.uaUty. Special dj-i Cq �10-lb. sack ........ �|>1��>�? BUTTER, Brookfield Creamery, spec. 2 lbs. 75c .........-"Hi pure, 3 lbs. 55c., o lbs. 87c., d>1 7 A 10 lbs..............$1.|u EGGS, guaranteed strict- OA^ ly now laid, per doz. OllC QUAKER OATS, iSave your r per carton Coupons) 25 c CHEESE, IngersoU 1 C- Cream, per pacl^et :i IDC LOMBARD PLUM8, fipe- OP-clal, 2 tins ttOC GREENGAGE PLUMS, OP-' .special, 2 tins.........fcOC; 25c PUMPKIN, No. 3 tins 2 tins.............. 'S BAY GO. TO QUICKLY REMOVE UGLY HAIRS FROM FACE (Beauty Notes). Beauty-destroying hairs are soon banished from the skin with the aid of a delatone ]>aBto, made by mixing some water with a little plain powdered delatone. This Is spread upon the hairy surface tor 2 or 3 minutes, then rubbed off and the sldn washed to remove tho remaining delatone. This simple treatment banishes every trace of hair and leaves the skin without a blemish. Caution should be used to be certain that it is delatone you buy. Adv. REVISE LIS lY OEBAR PASIOR R LFROii SPEAKING Believe He is Against Recruiting -Says it is a Matter for the Conscience IS A TOTAL LOSS London, March 16.~Tho Spanish stoainer Marie, 213S tons gross, owned in ' Bilbao, has grounded on tho rocks oft Cozlmbra, Portugal, and Is considored a total loss. Tho Maria was on her way from MarselUoa for Haniptoii Roads, Assistance has boon sent her. London, March 14.-The goverrx-ment has issued a revised list of occupations and employment in which workmen have been exempted from military service. The revision Is in accordance with the recommendations recently made by the Earl of Derby, and provides that in future only those ' men will be exempted from military i service who were similarly employed I prior to August IBth last. kwsillD BDEPARIEN B. Downing, of Calgary has come to Lethbrldge to become superinten-dout of the Lethbrldge Herald Job.' dopartment, and assumed his new duties yesterday. Mr. Downing has dur-; ing tho past ton years been superln-! tendent of some of tho best job printing plants in the west. For the past three yoar^ he has boon with the Western Printing and Lithographing Co., of Calgary, and previous to that was with prominent Wliinipog firms, including Stovol's and the Wilson Sta-titniery Co. Mr. nowning comes to Lethbrldge well recommended. He takes the place vacated by Fred T. Robins, who has joined tho Lethbrldge Hlghlaudera. Peterboro, Ont., March � 14.-After pastor RushqH, of New York, evangelist, had spoken for two lioura In the Grand Opera house Monday afternoon, James Wearing, acting on behalf of the local recruiting forces, asked the pastor to defiuQ his stand on men en-llflting for overseas service. The pastor said he would leave the question to the conscleuco of any man. May Bar Him North Bay, Ont., March 14.-Mayor Mcllvenna has issued instructlpn to Uio police not to allow "pastor" �Russell to deliver any addresses In North j Bay. Ho was billed to speak here on I Tuesday night. The mayor stated that from information he had received the speaker's address was to be against recruiting and this he would not allow. COCOANUT OIL FINE FOR WASHING HAIR It you want to keep your hair In good condition, be careful what you wash It with. 'Most soaps and prepared shampoos contain too much alkali. This .dries the scalp, makes the httlr brittle, and Is very harmful. Just plain .mulalflod cocoantit oil .(which U pure and �nr tlrely greaselesB), ..Is , much betteii than the most, expehsiye soap or any^ thltig else 'ydii'.can use for shampoo' Ing, as this qa�;t possibly Injure thq lialr..-. Simply moJaienyour l�Bir with wa-. ler and' rub' it'In. One or two tea--spoonfuls Will, make an, abundanc* of rich, oreamj; lather, and cleansei tho hair aiid scalp iboroUgUy. The lather rinses .out! eaalTy and ramovea av�ry particle ' of ; duBt, ddrt, dandruff and excessive oil.' The hair dricB qulokly and evenly, and it leaves It fine and silky, bright, fluffy and easy to maun age. You can ^etrinulsified cocoaniit oil at most' any drug store. It Is very cheap, and a tew ounces Is enough to last everyone ;ln - the family for months. . . Adv; Col. A. E. Robs, C.M.G., has doclln! ed the appointment to tlie head of the Ontario hospital at Orpington, pre ferrlng to stay at the front. MYSTERIOUS MURDER Chicago, March 13.-William Bin^ drim, 60 years old, and his son George 34 years old, were found murdered in tholr meat market oh the west side today. The son's head had been split open with a meat cleaver ond there was a hole In the top ot the father's head apparently made with a sharQ InBtrument. It Is believed they wer^ killed while resisting robbers. It la understood that Col. F, S. Molghen has boon appointed brigadier-general in command of the Canadian troops at .BrainshoU, England. Better ^.,,,,.^'M\::i^ri any other coGoa on the market-and better because only the finest and most expensive products are used in the manufacture of Cowan's Perfection Cocoa. �AS 14 ;