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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 15, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta WEDNESDAY, MARCH If,, iniG THE LETHBRIDGE D Alt.^ �ERALD PAGE FIVH ESPECIALLY FOR What the Press Agents Say "Frull-a-tlves" Now Known as Woman's Best Medicine "PRUIT-A-TIVES," tho fnrnoug fruit mecllclno is particularly well sultctl /or the useof women, boc.imse of IIh iiiiUl and goDtle action nnd its ploasiint tiisto. Ill aovoro cnses of Conslipation, Indigestion, liioatiut;;, Siek Headaches, Pain In The Jiack, Neuralgia, or a General Kun-Down Cons/ilulior(,"Vnilt-A-i\\'cii" Is tlio only iiiotlicine nonded to correct Buch trouliloa and restoro tlie BufToror to comploto hcaltli. a Ionic, "IVuit-fe-tivcs" li Inva-lualjlo to purify nnd onricli the blood and build up stronglh and vigor. 600. a box, 6 for $a.&0, trial iiiio 250. At dealers or sent postpaid by Fruit-a-tivos Limitod, Ottawa. LOOK AT II GUILD'S I0N6UE UlliEN GROSS, FEVERISH AND SIGK TAKE NO CHANCE81 MOVE POISONS FROM LIVER AND BOWELS AT ONCE Pantages Bill TonlKlit will 800 tliu last of tlio boHt bin Ibal liaH vlalted Lelbbrldge, at Ibc Orpboum, In montliH. Cbabot and Dixon In a uiubIciiI variety; .lean Ward, llarrlHon T�rry nnd company In tho comedy oddUv "The Frame-Up"; tlK- pleasbm Itltlo artlnlo wjio ; gjjpj, ^.j,-, ^ stomach tonic, is good V""'^" �' railway uiul telephone has pleased all with her dainty songa, \ fnmile nilmve 5;4M,Of�3. Rural S1(;o,:{!jO. .Mis-and bearing down cellaneous $r,2,2i2. A total of $1,048,-imns in my back r)4I. The department si)ont $n.s;,u:!8 and sides, and after operation; interest $:',S(i,.';.M); sinking my meals my atom- f"�'l $'14,50'J. Surplus $a,'),(i:i4. Bad ach would bloat up accounts $2n,U00. The earned reserve till I could scarcely , '"^ ^'�'V'^; , , , , Bet mv breath At ' '^"'^ ''"""ary finLTi,:^;!;,, '�'15, ^S^S.TSC,; Decembrr 11115. times I was so weak Expenditures: Bmlding sites I could hardly stand j.^yon^. ,,gs $-r,.,j., exchanges on my feet and 1 $|j,],g4,5; rural |3f.7.r,i.f), looked hollow-eyed , The Railways and my skin was yellow. Now I have i The railway depaitnient report for I a good color, have gained in every 191.', shows 326 miles of new road j way and can do my work without any built during that year, conii)rislng 22 pains. I think it is the best medicine miles of new C, P, H. lines, 5!) miles on earth for stomach troubles of wo- of C, N, 11,, 07 miles I'.dtnonton, Dun-men."-Mrs. NklUE Williams, 31 \ogan and B. C; 100 miles A, and G. West 3d Street, New Albany, Ind. W., and 48 miles Central Canada, ________ __ A total of 70 per uont. of the guar- ---^--- anteed mileage in the province has Jane Itoynolda, feelingly portrayed by now been completed. Miss .lane Babcock. may have the The report shows that since 1'JIO, "due featlie;--�:" she is eternally cla- there has been-a considerable in-moring for. Harry I layden, Lawrence ' crease in railway miles in Alberta. Foster, Mi.is Katberin Bond and Miss On that date there was lOCO miles, Ruth IJettin were all in fine fettle, and 'all 0, P. ll, now tlierci are 190!) miles gave admirable accounts of them- of C, P, R. lines; 1247 C. N. R, selves in their support of tho two 707 G. T. P, 337 E, D, and B, C, 17:) "leads." The play has one of the j A, and G. \V., and 48 C. C, railway. most remarkable climaxes imaginable--- at the termination of the last act. GERMAN THROWN OUT OF ' CAPITOL BY A DETECTIVE II si U e 9 1 .Major Blniio is spending a days in Calgary with liia family. few You feel safe When you've washed with Lifebuoy Soap. No matter how grimy your hands-no matter how germ-laden they may be from the day's work, Lifebuoy cleanses and safeguards your skin. The mild carbolic odor quickly vanishes, but its benefits linger. All QROCER3 HEALTHY �'iiuiiiii>ni(iiriiiti>it'i""">*>>>!>.*iii!iiiiiHi)iihiiViliiiiliiliiiiiiiiiMMi>i>>'n�* I The Central W. C. T, V. have postponed their meeting from tomorrow until Thursday, .March 2:ird. ! Mrs. W. ,1, Dorioliiic and daiigbtcr left this morniu,'; Iti sjoml the next five or si.K monllis in Stattlo. I COFFEE, Edmonton, March 14,-Even with _ _ , ^ , the session well under way, there Is Fort Coulonge, Quebec-"I am happy ,(, relaxation of the rules with regard WOMEN OF CANADA. Ta.\- Rate Now Likely to be Only 28.8;5 Mills-Reduce The School Rate to tell you that ,vour medicine did ine wonderful good Mayor Hardie sharpened his ofHcial i axe Tuesday, brought forth the 191G to admittance to the bouse and ilon-; gs[j,n,.,teg^ ^^jj proceeded to trim them day morning Chief Detective Meikle-j to a liuish. When he had completed John took an entry card from a man tlie job. Hie tax rate, which bad liad named Koermann'and tore it to bits. ; a ^jil look before the proceedings, Koerraann, who Is said to have been ; ,f,:^s down to 29.83 mills, and this was connected with the Nord-Western, a , jmiated too, for sevOn per cent, had German paper In-Winnipeg, claimed jjegn added to all ihe estimates in 1 waa troubled with_ weakness and 1 tried wines and other things but received very little art benefit. I wasi--,------- � - , , ........---- .... ...^ v.......... m young at the time \ be a newspaper man early in tire i order to allow a ten per cent, discount ^ and knew very lit-I BOBSion and waB given a card allow- prompt payment of taxes In the edicinesilng blm free access to the press gal-, ,si,i| ^.^j. jj council decided to lery and giving Ulm permission to , toUoyf the new plan and collect taxes wander Ireoly througli the parliament | par, inllicllng a penalty for nou- The Williard \V, (.'. T. i;. will meet I at the home of .Mrs. Kane, Uith Street Nortli, tomorrow evening at 7,30, *   Mr, Fred Wcstreu of Toronto is visiting his sister, .Mr.s. Frank /led-ley. * ft � The board of the Xiiisinc, .Mission are liold^nK a I'.a on .Satunlay .alter-j noon at tlie uiissioa. 413 I4lh Street South. Jlr, and Mrs. Totiias .Toliiiston and family of Slielhy, .Mont,, arrived in the city en ,Moriclay and will take up their residence Ihtc. * ft 4 .Mrs, Frank llcdley, 410 Mtli .Street South, will receive ou Friday afternoon for tlie la.sl time before leaving to spend the summer in Toronto, ft ft * The regular moutlily meeting of the Alexander Gall chapter, I. O. D. j E., will be held tomorrow afternoon at 4 o'clock in the Y. .M. C. A. auditorium. * ft * A meeting of tho executive of the ' I..ocal Council of Women will be held tomorrow afternoon at 4 o'clock in the small auditorium of tho Y..M.C.A. Mrs. H. .Muir Edwards of Maclood, the provincial vlce-i-resident of the National Council of Women, will be present and will addresa the meeting on important business matters. Wliile in tile city .Mrs. I'Mwards will be tile guest of Jlrs. E. N. HIginbolham. */  * The marriage' of Prince Joachim, the (iftli son of Emperor William, and Princess Marie Augustine, daughter of Prince FIdward of Anbalt, was celebrated on Saturday in the royal castle of Bellevue, according to a dispatch from Berlin. The marriage took place in the presence of the Etnpress of Germany, the Duke and Duchess of Anbalt and other relatives. Emperor William was not present. Beauty and Good Oigostlon Go Hand In Hand. Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets Insure Both When you take oiio of Stiuii't'H Dyspepsia Tablets after a meal, the food la digested by the tablet oven better than your own stomach can do it. Tijiko one of Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets after your next meal and if you!are given to belching, sour risings, fermentation, heavy, lumpy feeling in tho stoiiiacli, indigestion, dyspepsia, loss of iippetlte or any other Htoniach deraii^enieut, you will find a reinurkablo imprpYoment. Sliiart'.s Dyspepsli^ Tablets are for Bale at all dniggista'at'SOc. a box. Send coupon below today for u free trlUl. free trial COUPON 'f. a. Stuart Co,, 200 Stuart Building, Marshall, Mich., send ine at oiioo u free trial package of Stuart's UyspepBla Tablols. Nfliiio Stroot............ .. City.......... State. At the Majestic On the vaudeville bill which will play the Majestic on Friday and Saturday this week, will be featured the famous Baeder l.a Velle Trio of comedy cyclists. The trio- la  introduced by the comedy member of the act, appearing as a dwarf and suddenly growing up to full proportions. The act Is chuck full of good riding, single, double and triple, on bicycles of all kinds, the comedian_ridlng a, small wheel, later a single wheel with an extotldod seat, and at; the final curtain arising from the stage on a bi-o-plane. Tliere la an exceedingly pretty girl wlio is the third member of the trio. Other acta on the bill will include King Sauls, In a spectac;ular oil painting novelty; Lowell nnd Esther Drew In a new sketch, entitled "At the Drug Store." and Olga McAlplne. a delightful singing comedienne. Florodora, which ]n to be produced by F.- Stuart Whyie at the Majostlo Uteatro on March 21.st and 22nd, has, In all probabillly, bad more chances of not making good than any show over staged. From the moment of Its production at the Lyric theatre in l-^ndon, the critics were unanimous at rehearsals in predicting a failure for this masterpiece; the unexpected happened, and Florodora was token by tho public to their hearts as no other musical comedy bad been or ever has been since. Its production In New York was simply a replica; the critics deemed it a failure, the man on tho street said, "no, it must live," and live it has. Tlio man responsible for tho book of Plorcjdora, Owen Hall, was nothing if not a humorist, Even his adopted name was the outcome of his pecuniary embarrassment. Tradesmen's bills and writs appealed to him in tho choice of bis name, "owiii' all." 1 do, so Owen Hall 1 am, lEIiiBBUe VValler'a wonder play ""Fine Fett.th0r8''swuH, greeted by a large au dienoe at the' Majoatio theatt'u last nlglit, and tho nroducUon fiilly lived up to axpeclatlonH. It'is a' v^niurk able oxamplo of the playwriglit's art, and after witnessing a presentation of it, it la not to be wondered at that it stands in tho front rank of theatrical successes. To the United Producing company, wlio are roapoiislble for tho Canadian presentation of "li'ine Feathers" (and also eovoral other plays) due credit, mupt be given tor tho splendid company tboy have secui-ed. .Mr, .lack Carrlngtou, althpugh suffoi-�ing from the effects of a very bad cold, gave a lino interpretation of the I part of Uoh Uoynolds, who literally sells his soul in order that bla wili*, ^0^1 flo about medicine, Sj/Hl till a lady friend '' came to me with a_ bottle of Dr. Pierce's Favorite Proscription. I became strong and a veur aflerv,-;\rd lind twins."-Mas. J. BiiADY, Fort Ooulonge, Quebec, Thousands ol women right hero in Canada who are now blessed with robust health cannot under.stand why tbousand.s of other women continue to worry and suffer \vhcn they can obtain for a triiling sum Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription, which will surely and quicldy banish all pain, distress and misery and restore the womanly health. Young mothers wlio preserve the charms of face and figure in spite of ai incrciuiing family and the care of growinc children are always to be envied. "Favorite Prescription" gives the strength and health upon which happy motherhood depends. It enables the mother to nourish tlie infant life depending on her, and en oy the happiness of watching the dove opment of a perfectly healthy child. k GREAT BOOK THAT EVERY WOMAN SHOULD HAVE. Over a million copies of the "TIk People's Common Sense Medical Advisor' arc now in the iianda of the people. It i; a book that everyone should have and reoti in ciuse of accident or sickness. Send fifty cents (or stamps) for mailini charges to Dr. Pierce's Invalids' Hotel Bullalo, N. y., and enclose this nolic and you will receive by return mail, a! charges and customs duty prepaid, thi valuable bonk. building. For the past week, bow- j payment instead of giving a discount over, he has not shown up, so m tho ; f,,. prompt payment, the rate will be meantime Meikielolin made intiuiries |p neighborhood of 27=^1 mills, in and' wben Koormann appeared, told. spite of the fact that the assessment him he was not an'accredited journal-; iiaa been reduced about two million 1st and took away his card. "Ibc mat-; doUara since last year, ter may yet be brought to the atten- j The new rate struck by the mayor tlon of the minister of public works to decide upon the case. Prized equally xti liospital and liomc, because no oilier Coffee is at onco so rich, so strong, eo delicate, and so unfailingly good* In }i, 1 and 2 pound can*. Whole-ground - pulverized -- al�o Fine Ground for Percolator*. CHASE & SANBORN, MONTREAIJ 160 DANDRUFFY HEADS BECOME HAIRLESS KAISER RECEIVES MOEWE CAPTAIN London. March 14.-Emperor Will-1 Hospital lam has received the commander of ' tlie German commerce raider Moewe and personally presented him witli the Order Pour Le Merit, according to a Renter dispatch from Amsterdam. was made up as follows; Municipal............13,347 mills Debenture............9,73 School ____ ...........6.23 ..........u2G GOATS' MILK FOR COUGHS Total ....... ...29.833 mills Reduce School Rate One of the biggest reductions made was in the school rate. At first it had been decided to ask the people , ,., , . , , . .1^0 ?S6,000, though the schools Go to the Hills and drink goats I j,,(i gome ?24,000 coming from tax milk" was the prescription given by \ arrears and had asked for only SfiS  HIppocraIe.i more than 2000 years ago 000 to be raised from the 191G tax for coughs, colts and broncliitis, but | jevy. ^ ,vas learned however that nowadays our local druggists, J. D. about $30,000 of tax arrears had come Hlginbotham .t Co., have a non-secret ! ,, .i^gg .lanuaiT 1st, so that $5000 of constitutional remedy just as certain t,,e ,ppjj,^j ^,^1,^^, ^^,^5^^ which can be takeii right at home It ^he mayor decided that at least is Vluol.-composed of the healing, another $5000 of the outstandings medicinal extractives of cod li^ ers, ^ ,,oj,, without oil, poptonate of iron for the ; reduce the amount of tho blood and the nourlBhlng properties i\^i,,,�7,,-1ds -ear 7 $"76,000 as rile'u4tfbt�r:mov,^r?l^^ rugTLfi i "^'"'-^ ^^^'��� -l"-B cures the cold, Vinol Is a very reliable preparation. One of the largest attended meetings of Knox Women's Missionary Society was hold last evening in the school room of the church. Tlie evening was chielly devoted to reports of tho Proabyterial lield recently in Ma-cleod. Miss McLeay read the address on the work of tho Lothbridge W. .M. S. that she gave at the Presbytorial, and Mrs, McKiiiop pave licr report of the meeting at Macleod. ft ft ft To provide reading matter for the men of the Kiltie battalion, .Mrs. .T. N. Ritchie and Mrs. llammond are holding a "book shower" on Jlonday afternoon, March ?Oth, from 4 to 6 o'clock at tile home of Mrs. Ritchie, 1302 4Ui Avenue. Every one interested in liolping to make the Kilties' leisure hours a little brighter are invited to the tea, the admission to which will be one or more books in good repair. Tlie books are not necessarily to be cloth bound; paper covered books It you want plenty of {hick, beautiful, glo.sHy, silky baJr, do by all means got rid of daiulniff, for It will atai^'e your hair and ruin It it you don't. It doesn't do much good to to' to brush or wash it out. Tlie only sure way to got rid of dandruff is to dissolve it, then you destroy It entirely. To do this, get about four ounces of ordinary liquid arvon; apply it ati night when retiring; use enough to moisten the scalp and rub it in gently with the finger tips. By morning, most if not all, of your dandruff will be gone, and three or four more applications will completely dissolve and entirely destroy every single sign and trace of it. You win find, too, that all Itching and digging of tho scalp will stop, and our hair will look and feel a hundred times better. You can get liquid arvon at any drug store. It is inex-, pensive and four ounces is all you will need, no matter how much dandruff you have. This simple remedy never fails. Adv. * � I - - �. J that are complete will be very welcome. It is hoped that there will be a generous response to this appeal. ONLY ONE RIDING IN ALL MANITOBA VOTED WET Winnipeg, March 14.-St. Boniface staiids alone as tlie only "wet" adherent In Manitoba. Today It was discovered that its aldestepper in the uncertain path of intemperance, North Winnipeg, had really voted "dry" and not "wot." tho school rate to C.23 mills as against G.7 millB in 191,i. There la still somo work to be done on the estimates, and tlie final rate will not bo struck until after the court of revision of tho assessment which sits next Wednesday, March 29. "An Honest Grocer" "An Economical Housewife" Your grocer is honefltd> He will.not say other flour la "Just as good" as ''OGILVIE'S ROYAL HOUSE- HOLD"-ho knows it is Canada's Best inour. Your Great Grandmother used it-your Mother baked it Into the dollcloiifi flaky pies and snowy ivhlte bread you so well remember-your Cbildron will use It when they grow older. WHAT ARE YOU DOING? Give hubby once more the pies his mother used to make. DO IT TODAY. , Order from your grocer a bag of ROYAL HOUSEHOLD FLpURi and ,your baking day troubles are over. i' 1 . . Nnlety per cent, of the people of tlio United States are in favor of the Allies in this war, and on top of this, they are mucli more conlldent that the war will end with the Allies winners than are the people of Canada. "" 'I'his is the statement of Mr. Alex Lafterty, a brotlier of Dr. Lafferty of thlB city. Mr. Laffbrty nnd wife are v.islting here for n few days, he having interests In Southern Alberta. In speaking of the war from an American standpoint, Mr. l,afferty knows what lie is talking about, for lie is a member of a firm which la Bupplylpg- war material to the Allies. Railway aupplios are made by his llrm, and liis partner is now in Russia on buslijesB with the Russian govern-mont conneoted with wor supplies. Mr. Lafforty states that his (irm is shipping; pn average of $20,000 worth of railway materials dally to Russia tor war'xiurposes. "The fumount of war raunltlons being supplied to, Great Britain and lier AlllBB," BfiyB Mr. l.ai'forty, "is beyond the invagination of most of us. The docks ati":Brooklyn are lined for miles, and 0U6 wonders how it will ever be gotten aci'bBB the ccuan. It la my own opinion that the United States can help th6 'Allies'iSore by. remaining ueutrai titan by {.utorjag tho war." 0542 ;