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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 21, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta TUESDAY, MARCH 21, 191� THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HEJtlALW PAGE FIVE The Autocrat of the Ikcakfaat Table lit Uui Tt'ii Tablii. iiiul. in llioii.siindn-ol' hojiiusi, ol the DiiiiicT-'rnhle, loo. is BLUE RIBBON ^TEA And. why? liox'nwj: filiic /{ibijoii 'J'c'ii is ji rotoclioj! ugiiinst tho iMinniies of good tea-duat ui\d moiHUire. A money-back guarantee goes with each packet. Ask your Grocer Ogilvies ROYAL HOUSEHOLD Flour has won Its way to tho front Todiiy it Is recosnl/.od by His Majesty the King and His Critical and FiistldlouB Hlgtioefis, Public Opinion, as Canada's Best Flour Oaiiadian High-grade Flours-Set the World's Standard Whether used In the Palace ot the King or the farmhouse on the prairies, OGILVIE'S ALWAYS gives satisfaction. Ms'ROYAtHOUSEHOLD' FlBut- in YOUR home/?' This homc-mada caUffti eyrup is now Used in more liomos tliun any other couKh remedy. Us proniptncBS, caso and certainty in conqticrinK distrcnginR coiikIi""! cliest and throot coIdH is really ri.'�inrknl)le. Vou can actually feel it take liokl. A day's uwi will \i8Ua11v over-uomo tho ordinary coUKh-rcliovcs oven wlioopinR couk'i quiclil.y., fciplcndid, too, {or uroucliitis, spasniodin croup, tiron-chial authiiia and winter cnuylis. Get from any drUMist, 2Vi ounces of I'inex (TiO cnnts wortli), pour it into a Ifl-ounce hotllo and fill the bottle with plain l'ranulnli.'d suffar syrup. Uhis Rives ynu, ,-\t a cost of only 64 cents, 10 ounces of Ijcttcr coukIi synip tiian you could buy for $2JjO. Takes but a few minutes to Tireiiaro, Full diroctiims with I'lncx. Tastes koo( nnd never spoils. You wil ha pleasantly surprised to note Jiow quickly it I'loscns dr3', hoarBo or tiiflit coiifjhs, and lieals tlio inflamed membranes in a painful couKh. It also stops the formation of piilcpm In tlio throat nnd bronchial tub(i�,�thu9 ending the />crai�tent loose coujrh. I'lnex is a most vnlunblo concentrated compound of Eonuine Xorwny pine extract, rich in Kuaiacol, which'is ao hettl-inR to tliu membranes, To avoid disappointment, be sum and ask your dnipRist for "2Vi ounces Pincx," md'don't accept nnytliinK else., A guarantee of absolute satisfaction, or money promptly refunded, ROos with tliis preparation. The Pinex Co., Toronto, Ont. hut Its-relations to present conditions seem most unusual, although Mr. Oppenheim did not use the exact characters involved. It is a Paramount picture. When this story was published in serial form in the Saturday Evening Post, it created a great wave of comment tliroughout the world and the pliotodramatlc version is said to be unusually startling. One of tho greatest sets ever constructed on the great Lusliy stage in California, was that oC tlie Interior ot the grand gambling salon in the Casino at Monle Carlo. An exact re- ! plica ot the entire lower floor of the i Casino was constructed. Special gam- ! Ing tables were obulned and the Las-ky company was fortunate enough to secure a retired Monte Carlo croupier to supervise the correct arrangement of tho scene, A number of persons who have visited Monte Carlo congratulate the LasVy company on the accurate resemblance to the real gambling palace. 1 J NSIEN ASKS mm TROOPS San Antonio, Texas, -March 21.- General Funsten today asked the war dopartmont for additional troops to be usod In tho campaign against Villa. He did not state the number but explained ho wanted an adequate force of Infantry and cavalry to protect the lino of communication already more than too miles long. He received no further news from General Bershing. What the Press Agents Say At the Qrpheum The fourth episode in the great picture "Oraft" win be shown again at the Orpheum tonight, in addition to the other good' pictures. This episode of Graft tells of the fight with tho grain trust. Tlie district attor-ney has resigned hut continues his sensational light' through the press. At the Empress "The Girl and the Game" will be shown for the last time at tho Elm-press tonight, when the Kilties will again have charge. A large crowd was delighted with the first chapter of this great and sensational serial last night "Tho Cup of lAte," 0. picture which , teaches a groat moral lesson, will be the feature tomorrow. This is a wonderful picture. Sir John Crlchton-Stuart, MarijulB ot Bute, three times an oarl, thrice a viscount, six times a baronet, a keeper of Itothoaay Castle, Lord-Lieutenant of Bute, and ground landlord ot a good deal of Cardiff, is now a private in the Devil's Own. At Starlaiul "Mr. Grex of Monte Carlo," the thrllUng novel by B. Phillips Oppen-heim, whipb will bo presented In photodramatic form at Starland on Wednesday and Thursday, with Theodore Roberts and Carlyle Bluolcwell in tho stellar roles, is based on an actual occurrence which came under Mr. Op-penhetm's obBervatlon while at Monte Carlo loss than two years ago. This prophesy of the present JSuropeaa oon-dUlons was written several months before tlio present war was declared, If you have a treat in store for the kiddies - remember Cowan's Maple Buds will delight them more than anything, th^y are safe and pure - not' harmful. S(l.7 HOW ANY WOMAN CAN REMOVE HAIRY GROWTHS . (Beauty Notes). It is not longer necessary for a woman to visit a beauty specialist to have superfluous hairs removed, for, with the aid of a plain dclatone paste, she : can. In the privacy ot her own homo, j remove even a stubborn growth In a very tew minutes. The paste Is made by mixing some water with a little powdered delatone. This la applied to the hairs and after 2 or 3 minutes removed and the skin washed, when it will be left clear and hairless. Be sure you buy real dclalono. Adv. Mrs. AVallnce, wife of Ciipl. Wallace left today to spend Ihn week with friends in Calgary, � � > Tlic Daughters and Mnlds of Kng-land will meet lornorruv,' night at 8 o'clock sharp in Uio S. O. K. hall, ft � � Tho G. I. A. to the U, of L, E. will meet at the homo of Mrii. W, A Sinclair, 805 Clh street south, on Wednesday afternoon for Hed (.'ions sowing, ft ft - * Scrap books for the soldiers are being made tonight at the lionic of Mrs. 0. F. P. Conybcare and ev(>iy unmarried member of the DauKliiers ot the Empire is Invited to altcnd. ft  � Col. Meaketh of Strnlhroiin'h Horse while on loavo from Ui