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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - March 23, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta TUESDAY, M AIICH 1915 THE LET'IfiRIDGB DAILY HERALD PAGE Tin Is Your Baby Delicate? WHAT n marked difference Ihcrc is bclwccll Hie Irclful, puny, ailing infant, and the child whose face ahvnyti hears the smile and look of perfect health and content- ment Mothers should early realize that much depends on How llnby Is 1'eil. The Food given ul Ike proper age inrans and comfort for (he niutlier and a sound healthy constitution for her little one in alter years. If, for any reason, liaby cunnol lie- child's development. They are not expeunl.-e lo buy. wlicu indped by the uniform Rood results wliieli follow lucir use; Ibis the true standard of comparison. Tlie 'Allcnlnirys' 1'oodj are used and recommended members of Medical and Nursing Professions tbroilgliout the world, The Foods that contain elements to promote brain and body development. Write for Inrgu sited Fret Stmpla or Pond, sin tin: not of.child and vhethte A ho (of Frre Soofr ".'njanf l-fidina 64 ptgra ef valuable informal ion for mother. Milk Pood No. 1. Milk Food No. 2. Malted Fooi Wo. 5. From blnh In 3 months. From 3 lo 0 raoiuhs. from h nontDS uprnrus. In tlni Hi Me. In tiusuUOc, Imsnl30c, anil 60c. THE 'ALLENBUBYS1 FEEDEK Simplest. Solcst and Best. S3 THE ALLEN 4 HANBURYSCO. LIMITED, 06 GEHRABD ST. EAST. TOHCfiTO Ottawa, tollowinR Canadian casual lit's arc umiouiiecd to- day 1'L'inuL'Ss Patricias Cnnatluiii Light No. 1787, IHe. II. II. Lusuci.-..adiiiitU'U In .No. I Eastern hospital, Cambridge, U'O imshol, wounds in iitiiloinen. Next of 'in, Mrs. U. Lcsuer, 22 l-'itsl SI. W., -Alta. Daiigiinnih'ly 237, I'lc. Gray, lo No, Ml Geui'ml hoKpital, Houlogne, wound chest. Next o[ vin, Mrsy Cray, (ilO Twciilv-scvcnlli Avo., Calgary, Alta. (Bt Kreucrick i British in France. "Gangway Look ouL for lhat b'Jnch of wagons A voice with an Am- I ericun-accent called, and one knew he was near the part of the line held by ithe Canadians. H was pitch dark, and at the hour when the supplies go up to the trenches. There was not a light on any vehicle or. in any habitation, hut alter stumbling ulong, the corres- pondent; passed through an open door and. the darkened hall of a far- mer's house and entered the brilliantr- ly illuminated room, with thickly r- taincil windows, pi llic brigade head- quarters. An olliccr was talking over ihc telephone. He had just had word ihaL a man had been shot in the back by a concealed sniper in the rear oi ihe trenches. OTTAWA SERGEANT fS Gl.'IDE The commander and his officers gathered around the Irom the United States, whose re- to go into the trenches hnd been gladly granted.-The correspond- ent soon was on his way down .1 dark road with a sergeant from Ottawa as his guide to the battalion "Vassing vil- lage the Sergeant remarked "Hermans arc not satisfied yet. They chuck .a few shells into the wreckage every day. The shells m. de us kind of nervous at first, but v.c are used to them now, all In a peasant cottage, battencil as light as a photographer's dark roi m enemy fires at a cor- respondent found the battalion com- mander, who was from Quebec. He slejps in the cellar, and the olhcr ofiicers of the battalion staff in outs. The officers remarked that a shell bad knocked off a piece of the other day, but lhat the missile did no harm .except to make some dust. The colonel was going down into the trenches himself for the night and louk the correspondent with him. DITCH CLOSti HV DANGEROUS "Look out lor that narrow foot- bridge and here you are likely to the How To Get Rid of a Bad Cough GAGGING L1EBKNECHT London. March JGxchange leftraiili Co. lias received a dlapulcli from Coiienlmgen saying tlniL Dr. Jjiebknechat lias been ordered to place himself at llic disposal of Ihe German military tinlliorltics, uccordini; to llio I'olltken of that city. Henceforth hn must consider himsulf under military law. Ho is not lo 'write articles, nor ivill .he be permitted lo :itlem] ijublic political meetings, exccni Iho Reich- Hlflg. yon lisii'i! it bud or chi'HL cold rohiH'M to yt'Ad i'i urdiniiry ivmu- dica, from tiiiy'dniMKibl omnii's of i-'iiii-jt cents i-mir in1t> ;i lli- ounce buttle and lill tlie Ixiltlc with plain Kriumlati'd ay nip. .Stitrt taking a twtsjjoonfiil every or two. Jr 21 hours your cough will be cpiniuerud or very nearly BO. "Kvcn whdopiiitf is {jrrlitly relieved in thin TliLMiliuvi; inijiluri! irKiki'H Hi Jiunily Die linuiit; syrup Hint i.'ioncy could a of only 04 cunts. 'Eiinily in ;3 jniiiuloa. lull dirceliona with This I'iiu-x :uid Syrup lion lakes right hold ni ;i cough and gives almost' relit f. It, loosens the dry, luiarsc or light, cough in a lhat in i rally ruiuarknlilo. It :iUu (fnickly licais thi) inllumcd mciiilr.MiK's winch nc- coiM'iiiiiv a painful and slops Hie forntuLion of phlugni in Llic throat and broncliiiil tulius thus ending persis- tent, IUUSR cough, lixci'll'-iil for hiom'hi- spasmodic croup ami winter Kccpn perfectly and liisk'H drcn like il. IMncx JB [i special and liicMv rmiccn- truttd eonipouiui of yi-nuinc Norway pine extract, rich in L'uiuacol, which is co healing to the jiiL-inliniiics. To nvoid your for ounrcn of not incept il-f. A of Jibyolnle Kittisf.iction, -n- money proinpt- ly rrfimdi'd. willi tliis prcjiarulioii. rjhc I'Infx Co., Torojilo, Out. .slip into the warned the J colonel, ;IE he advised the was right 111 both men .lenl to keep clone hehind him ia Lhc nations, lit- said that when lirThi were only two sides, right favorite wrong, to a quest ion, to be was to be an enemy of ihc right In the day which is nut the fact, ihc mombris nf to'tbpu than. one of Frmu Obauinn, lllli n[ ,ls im il would luad verscl. Rev.' Cobljlcdick Sunday lo a ruailiubLiiiciit oi su as lo i ilcalt vvitli Ihr attitude, the Lihor employ llircc times as immy Allcr slat- farncrs at double Ilie H- ward, according to iin-vcaseil Takine, as his text, Council on prohibition. 'I'lic YOIIIIK 1.allies' Class of Wesley clmiTh I" in Ihi: class room loliinllt ill 7.IS lo at- tnid Ui'slniinsli'i I'hureli in n body 1" :iuvir I'.vaiiKi'li.-'ls (iilbart ami Mc- I'herson. The .-iilbiwl of Ilir llev. Mr. (iil- Iliirl's k'l-LiiiT In (hi: yiium; Indies tins u ill In- "A Cunuiaii- ili olhi'r iviirds "Her in.-iuls, lu-r Toes, IIIT a Ionic .ivnirli should prini' intensely inl.'iest- ing and inslnii'lm1 deali by sucli a as Uev. .Mr. (Ill-: bart. The timr !l m., pliii'r tti-sl- nillisier cliuicli, nol St. Andrew's heietoiore. MvL-rynni- invitnl. At the held by the C. 'T. I', ill the V.' M. C. A. Satunlay allenioon, in Ibe iiiterests of Ihe Travellers' Aid Fund, ten oi Ihe wo- men's organizations reinuseiiteil and the iolluuimj; amounts pruiimt-d iiionthi'' Woman's Clilc Club S5.IIO llauglltei'.s ui the I'linjure KIIOX Ladies' Aid................ .I.Ud Kiiiix Westminster (Juild 2.511] Willaid W. 1-. T. I'............ --1111 Knox Ilig Sihtei's Class Christian Church Ladies' Aid. Total per month guaranu'vd tor (he Ull Wesley Ladies' Aid save one- bali'proieeds of eniertainiiieiit 51-l.Ju HI Miitilblin's Woiiian's Aux. 2.nil Wi'slininstri Ladies' Aid 1.IW The last, two given only for March. The Daughteis and Maids of Kng- Inml jiiomisi1 for three months. As the amount needed is SfiO lief month, il is hoped more of (he Wo- man's organizations will [eel (he ne- cessity oi this work iH'inp supported and will iry lo help a little. 1 POUND-250 CUPS i Six Cups for One Cent BLUE RIBBON Js by (lie most economical lea and (he rirlicsl, most salisl'.ynitf in flavor. AsU (k-rinitc-ly 1'or JJInc, Hibbon. Send this Advertisement with K cents to Blue Ribbon. Limited, Winnipeg, for the Blue Ribbon Cook Book. The beat cook book for use in Western Canada. Write name and address plainly. HI A KING HIS LAST DRIVE ON WARSAW that there were Limes when neu- inky niglil. "Kiglil along here aml llegarding the barlcuders' union, there Mf- UobblPiliuh said ilicrc were (i7i il and licensed bar Lenders in Alherla. and neuUa thwr is till- ll.oil undesirable 01 all'for Ilie ligures "f nctuarics show eannot thaL rn_ Heeanse capital i.s not IK oi tlu- li n pcodueins li- Hquo LrarTic The ,-y kept passing lone soldiers cirryins Qrcwerv Workers had done, hut lhat lood and ammunition to the trenches, such nction would not bind the indi-.. "hen labor saiing maclimes: from the trenches empty vidual members of other local un- introduced I hey MCTC bmakhcil b> Al-.l Tn closing. Mi. Cobhlcilick niioled IN ALL OUR NEIGHBORHOOD There Hardly A Woman Who DOM Not Upon Lydia E. PJnkham's Veg. etable Compound. had hard headacnes in the back of my neck and a weakneu all caused by female trouble, and I took Lydia E. Finkbam'g VcgetabU Com- pound with ex- cellent resnltatJint I am now f eeline fine. I .recommend -the 'Compoundand priiisa ft to all. I shall be g-lad to have you publish There li scarcely a neighbor around ma who does not use your J. F. JOHNSON, E.'No. t. BoiSO, Prince- ton, Illinois. Experience of None. Poland, N. my experience at nurse I certainly think Pink- ham's Vegetable Compound is a great medicine. I wish all women with fe- male troubles would take it I took it when passing through the Change of Lifo with great reaulU and I always ro- commend the Compound to all my pa- if 1 know of their condition in time. 1 will gladly do all I can to help others to know of this great medicine." HORACE NEWMAJV Poland, Her- kimcr Co., N.' Y. If. you are 111 do not drag along until operation is necessary, but at once Lake- Lydia E. Tinkharn'R Vegetable Compound. If you want special ndrlce write Lydia K. Plnklmm do. them said one member i manufactured article. The' and said the advocates of iirohihi- of the patrol. 'brewery gets only -.22 lion concurred in every one of the When the strapping, tall .Canadians' pei- Oi such increased. value, four objects. The more tlie wage- took the position over from an Eng- ,vnilc the average in all other manu- earner thought all around llic ques- lish regiment they found tie crest tacturics is -10 per cent. Again every lion, and the nioic he discussed it too low for their height and had to Billion dollars capital in the brewery with those who readily understood raise it several inches. They have; manufactury uses only SO wage earn- it, the more certainly he would join shown characteristic American ingcn-icrs wujic "the same amount ol the action which was necessary to uity and initiative in arranging the ta[ jn lines employs 210 right this great economic wrong and [trenches 'to suit tneroseivcs and he- wage-earners, so that if the capital to claim and secure to the -rent body wholly dry they sides have made them and comfortable. "This beats Salisbury kept saying, referring to their perience in drilling and waiting lijiigland. "All we needed said invested in other lines, it would cm- ploy three times as many wage-earn- and they would receive nearly double as 'much oi the increased vf.luc of wage-earners the right to live and to well. Locomotive livcmen and engineers of the raw material which their lab-Jin Germany arc paying unemployment or creates Hence ii it Avers true that Union boot and shoe operatives in 2UI in their Irea- "All we needed said ;ln these brewery wage-earners would j Union boot and_ sh tbc colonel. "We came ,-Jcprivcd c: lliL'Ir 'present line England have light and are fighting. There is no more trouble about diseiplihc.' Every man is keyed right' ou the job." The entire was as chipper as a winning'baseball team. We won't care lo go to the j lircworks any rndre when (we .return said a man from V.Ontario, who .asked the correspondent if he knew Toronto and IJulTalo. "We get enough oi German the man added as tlic (lares kept rising at in- icrvals, illuminating garishly I he 300 yards of space between" the trenches. "They arc worried lest tsc are. going Lo spring an attack on ihe'ftj, and we shall 'pretty soon, too, T llic soldier said. GENERAL SCOTT GRABS PIUTE CHIEF SINGLE-HANDED Washington, D.C., llarch la- conic telegram came to tlie War de- partment from Urigadier-Clcneral f.I. L. Scott, chief of staff at DJuff, Ulah, announcing tliat the -'general was bringing in'the lourPiule IndKmB, who recently led a band of their trtbesmen on the wurpnlh when the Fedflrtl au- thorities attempted to arrest Tse-N'e- Gat for murder. The. mesaage, addressed' to ftecre- tary Garrleon, enid: "Successful. Plflve. four Piutos de- alred'.by Marahnf Nebehcr and aki, at their desire, personally cbnduktinE Ihem to Salt :Lake to tni'n them ever lo llarsliall Nebekcr. Am leaving ev- erything behind us peaceable In" em UUh. Should reach ThompBM Tuesday and Salt Lake Wednesday." Union saddlers in Germany are pay- ing unemployment benelUs. of work by provincial prohibition, Sialely St. UCCI-BC'U. in wliich so manv lashionable weddings laken jjlace. way the scene yesterday ol' another aiarringe ol much intm-sl to many ppoiilr. Ill of .Mrs. ilonon Jones, dauyluer of George Ilagarilv, and Dr. Harold Par- sens' The olficlaling uriosls were Ihe Rev. n. J. .Moore, the rector ol Ihe church, and Archdeacon Cody of St. j Paul's, ami ilie church nas decorated with nalms, pink lulius be- ins the allar. I The bride, who was away by her brcilhcr-iii-law, .Mr. Casey Wood, cwing lo the absence of her brother, j who is one of Hie officers ai the from i Ihe Canadian forces, wore a gown j of pa'iesl grey cliarmense, iid oversliiri of lovely lace and lace upon ihe bodice. Her hal, a grey one. was trim- med with grey feathers. There were no bridesmaids, and Dr. IJruce was groomsman. Mrs. Hagarty held a reception after the service at the home oE her daugh- ter, .Mrs. Casey Wood, the latter wear- ing' a smart black and white gown, her hat triaimed with iiink roses. Mrs. Ifasarty 'wore dark grey satin, with a black hat trimmed with white feath- ers. and .Mrs. Percy Hoberlson, a sister ot the bride, was also In grey, with a cerise hat. and Mrs. Parsons have gone for a trin lo the Slates, the latter wearing battleship grey, her bluo hat having a touch Globe. Airs. Jones is the widow of the late B. Morton Jones of Lethbridge. The marriage took place at the Congregational church, Tainworth, on Wednesday alternoon, Feb. 17, of Miss Doris B. CollMlian, youngest daughter of Air. and Mrs. IT.. Cole- man, George street, Tainworth, and Mr Sydney II. Vallancc, son of -Mr. and Airs. T. Vallancc, Albert Road, Tamworlh. The ceremony was per- formed by- the Rev. H. H. Al-twcll, of Manchester, 'a former pastor of Ihc. church. The bride was given away by her father, the bridesmaids being Miss Margory Coleman, sislcr of the bride, and Miss Susie M. Vallancc, sister of the bridegroom. Mr. H. It. llicklin acted as best man. A recep- tion was held at the Town Hall. The honeymoon is being spent at iMalveru, prior to .ilie newly-married couple's leaving for Calgary, Tainworth Herald. Mr. Sydney Vallancc was formerly on the stall "of the law firm oi Cony- Church, JlcArthnr and David- son. Vim Hindcnburfi uml his slalV oulside Iho Germiiu hcad- i-irlers iu 1'iisen. 'Himlcnlnirg 1ms so far warded off serious vasion and is IhcreCore lionized, hut he has been unsuccessful his offensive .operations._____________________________ SOME MEMBEKS OF CANADA'S SECOND CON- TINGENT LEAVING HALIFAX FOR ENG- LAND WHERE THEY RECENTLY SAFELY ARRIVED GGDDBYE iTO CANADA7 Hegina. Sask., March Scott returned lo the city Saturday, and Ihls morning briefly discussed tlie iroposed temperunce legislation. He :ould offer no new details, he said, ex- epfiug his statement lhat "no liiinor cnu lie sold on railway dining cars while in the province, after July I.'1 asked concerning the date for opening ol the legislature, Premier Scott declared it would be early in May, but no dale hns yet been sol. "1 cannot say this morning just when the session will open.'' ITALY GIVES OUT WAR BADGES Distribution to Soldiers Regarded 38 Significant Homo, March military au- thorities have caused lo be dlslribnl- ed to Italian soldiers Ihe identlllcallon cards or badges which are worn eus- lomarlly only during an active cam- paign. This incident Is regarded in some quarters as highly significant of llaly's preparedness for any eventual- ity. Big Jobs More than workers in (ircat Uritaiu arc employed in agri- culture. 1 gained largely by doing cmnniou (asks uncommonly well. do unusually good work ol' any kind, Illness of body and mind arc required. Food plays a big pai-l in this lhat contains Irne nourishment. And Irue il include ccrlain important ele- ments which unfortunately are often lacking in Ihe ordinary in white bread. These ele- ments are phosphorus, iron, sulphur, etc., stored by Nature in her Held grains, and absolutely necessary for buiklin" strong, vigorous bodies and active brains. GRAPE-NUTS FOOD of choice wheat and mailed barley, affords all. the imlrimcnl of Ihese grains, including these important mineral elements, in form for easy, quick digestion. Grapc-Nuls food is always fresh, crisp, sweel and ready lo cream or milk. Thousands have found that a ration of Grape- Nuts caeli (lay makes for real progress towards Ihe bigger things of life. "There's a Reason" IN CANADA. by Grocers everywhere. Canadian Postum Cereal Co., Lid., Windsor, Ont. ;