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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 23, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta THURSDAY, MARCH 23, 191(5 THE LET H BRIDGE DAILY HETflALD PAGE FIVE 0 "We 11 wait for dadcly, children-he loves FRY'S chocolate, too" makes every Chocolate Cake a triumph. Everybody enjoys its purity and its rich, healthful iiavor. Even mex-perienced house-v^^ives get perfect results-it's so easy to make. Mix one-quarter cup of FRY'S CHOCOLATE ' POWDER, with two cups of powdered sugar, adding two tablespoonf uls of cream or of boiling water. That's all. Of course, remember," nothing will do but FRY'S." 86 VEB J S 1 u FAREWELL ROOK ERS Recruits to Leave-Militia Department is Very Slow in Forwarding Uniforms THREE RAILWAY BILLS BEFORE COMMITTEE The Taber Transit Company is Given an Extension of Time COCOANUT OIL MAKES A SPLENDID SHAMPOO [f you want to keep your hair In good condition, be careful what you wash It with. Most soups and prepared shampoos contain too much alkali. This ilrlDS the sculp, makes the hair brittle, and Is very liarrafnl. .lust plain mulslfled cocoanut oil (which Is pure and entirely grenseless), is much better than llio most oxpensive soap or anything elso you can use for shampooing, as this can't possibly Injure the lialr. Simply moisten your hair with water and rub It in. One or two tea-spoonfuls win make an abundance of rich, creamy latlier, and cleanses the hair and scalp thoroughly. The lather rinses cut easily and removes every particle of dust, dirt, dandruff and excessive oil. The hair dries quickly and evenly, and it leaves It tine and silky, bright, fluffy and easy to man-ago. You can gel niulsified cocoanut oil at most any drug store. It Is very chonp, and a few ounces Is enough to last evoryono In the family for months. Adv. VIC BROWN WRITES or b FRIENDS Cranhrook, n. C, Marcli 22.-A farewell concert to the hum) roiniirisin.!; Cranbrook's ipiota to tlie lOlind regiment was hold last evening at the ICdlson theatre, when a largo crowd of citl^.ena attended. Tlie local recruits i;araded to tlu' theatre at 8.].'I and were followed Ijy a large number of citizens. Mayor Clapp occupied llio chair. In his optning remarks the mayor laid eniijli.'i.'la on tliu fact that Cranbrook had been well to the front In the numbcT of rer.Tiills on-listed, approximately iTiili men haWag left this city. lie winlied Ihi; men Oodspeed and a sale retiun to Haal Kooti-nay. nr. J. H. King delivered an able address, being heartily applauded. Addressing the men. lie urged eacli and every one to hg'it with all the Btrensth at his comin.Tnd. Me said the Verdun bnltie demonstrated ho-yond all ciuestlon tliat the allied armies liad a grip on the Hun. The band of steel was gradually tiglilening and would ultimately force Germany to her knees. In conclusion he urged the soldiers to fight a clean light and to brave all except dislionor. Those taking part in the program, in addi-t.*n to the Cranl)rook orchestra, which furnished a lively program and which added to the success of tlie evening, were: Miss Hewitt, Mrs. F. M. MucPheraon, J. FiuKai Smith, Archie llaworth, Allan DeWolf, Mrs. ti. P. Stevenson, Master Vincent and Miss Wanda Fink, Pte. Harrison, Messrs. South and Steward and Mr. A. B. Macdonald. Miss Wollnian was the accompanist. The men were hooked to leave at noon today for Comox, but word has just been received to the effect that transportation arrangements through the Arrow Head Lakes are not complete. It is expected the soldiers will not loavc Craubrook until .Monday next. Gets Comn^ission Chief of Police Adams has tendered his resignation and has accepted a commission with the 'li'A\\ battalion. He will leave shortly lor Work Point barracks, Victoria, to take the officers' course and qualify for the position of lieutenant. It is ex- ected Lieuts. Sea-inian. Harris, Hrecliin and McCrcery j will also take the olhcers' course, i The pcUco commission of Cranhrook are advertising for a new chief of police. \ Militia Dept. Slow Enlistment in the 223th regiment to date is slow, only a couple of men ________________________! being secured this week. Ten Cran- ----------------........------------------- crook men left this city last week and the boys who left its shores to help enlisted at Blairmore, Alta. The rea-koep the Union Jack flying over an I son given la that the Cranhrook men Empire of freedom and unity. , Never j caniiot secure uniforms. A case in was a more just war fought-never I point was demonstrated when .lerry Edmonton, March 22.-This morning the railway committee of the provincial Icgishituru met and considered three blllH, the Tabor Transit company the High Klver and Hudson's fJay railway, and the Canmoro Hallway comiiany. The Taber road, running from Tabor to Wlillo Ash .Mine, was allowed an oxtciiHion of limn from .Iiine 1I115 to September initl. 'i'lie lligii 1 liver and Hud^^nn's Bay railway which has not asked for extension of time before this session, wai a Interest in the movement, otherwise the recruiting will bo mighty slow. this great organization of the U.F.A. which Is getting to be so great a power in upholding the rights of the KING PATRIOTIC Madrid, March 21.-King Manuel, the deposed king of Portugal, has telegraphed to Lisbon offering his services to Portugal, He said in his dispatch: "My otily thoughts aro for Iho welfare of my country." _ I---" ......'- -� A Free Trial of Pyramid Pile Treatment Will Amaze You With Its Besults. Pyrnmiii I Traatmont" groat pleasure In writing same. Al low mo Mr. Rosa, to thank you from the bottom of my heart tor your appreciation of the lllUo 1 have done. The grnutest reward to mo Is to know that what little I did do, has been appreciated. I assure you that anybody who would have been In the position r Was during that terrible time, would have done the same, and I thank God that 1 was able to bo of some good. Yours, I might add, Is the first letter received from dear old Lethbrldge for n long timo and since leaving there I have been through, I admit, somewhat strenuous times, and havo a lot to be thankful tor, to ho living to be able to toll the talo. It's not all honey, I assure you. I havo now been at U since August 1914 and Imvo been_doing my best to do my lltllo bit, with all my heart and soul, for the cause of a just and noblo King and country. After passing through the awful trying experience of Salisbury Plain during the winter of 1914, we were dratted to Franco when the critical time of the war was at hand. I often havo pleasant recollections of my experiences and visits at the First Baptist church In Lethbrldge, and I ask you, for mo, to convey to the congregation my heartfelt gratitude for iholr appreciation. To. Mr. Frank Colpman 1 wish to specially give my thanks for his kind message, and also ploaso add ray hearty eon-gratulnllons on his being In the battery-my best wishes for the future. And as a closing word to you, all I say that we have not the sl|ghtCBt doubt in our minds as to the conclusion of this nwl'ul war and that Is victory. Again please accept my profound thanks and wishing you and yeurs every good wish, I remain, Yours gratefully, VICTOU R. BROWN, P.S.-Should like to hear from you or anyone who would like to write. Farm labor is becoming scarce. The | -^'^-r'^itNs-Ttn^^c;^ i'nnbrook district has been drained i . , r, � , . ____, ____1,.,,i state that his speech was received with great enthusiasm. After the program a lunch was served consist- Cranhrook district has been drained of men. The labor situotlon in this district Is becoming acute. In fact it is beginning to develop into alarming proportions. KENTUCKY SAILS TO AN UNKNOWN PORT Galveston, Tex., March 22.--T!ie United States battleship Kentucky, which arrived hero Tuesday morning, put to sea under sealed orders late Tuesday evening before it was possible to make deliveries of coal and supplies which had been ordered. There are persistent rumors that the Kentucky was sent to Tamplco, but no confirmation of these reports was received today. ing of cake, coffee and ice cream. Quite a number of new members were received Into the union and the large crowd was well pleased with tlie class of entertainment for which 2-15 is noted. We hope to see more such meetings that are socially and Intellectually of such grout profit to the community. ANOTHER TORPEDOED London, March 22. - The Danish Btoamor Skodsburg from Norfolk, which was sunk Tuesday, was torpe-'i'o try and relate my ^ 'loQd without warning, according to It Is only fair � -ilo Tton to yourself to TRY it-f Pyrnmld Pifo Ttohtmont-lUo most popular homo pile trmitniuut In tlio world today and ono tUut baa stood tbo tost Mall tbo coupon NOW or olso not a BOp box of Pyramid i-llo Troatmonti from any druRBlat.Tttlco no snbstltnto. FREE SAfilPI-E COUPON I'YnAMin DRUb OOMT'ANY, tOB Pyramid Bldu , Muruhall, Mlob. Kindly Bond nm n Froo numplo of Pyrsmld Pllo Troalmenl, lu plain wrapper, Name.............................. Street ............................ nitv............. state......f-T- Qxporleucus of my stay lu Flanders , a stutomont made by the captain oL would be an impossible task, in a lot-: t'l" vossol. This information Is con-tor. And I must ask you to please ' talned In a Copenhagen dispatch to understand if I have to refrain from doing so. Sufilco It to say that I havo never regretted to this very day the moment 1 unlisted at Tabor, Alta., and I am proud to be able to suy that I came with the.Ist Canadian contingent. A bruveij and nobler lot ot moil never trod God's earth than the Canadians. Manhood has boon a hard thing to prove, hilt not now-the hoys havo every reason to ho proud of themselves, AntJ Canada, too, ot her the Exchange Telegraph company, Three of the crew were lost. MORE MEN THAN WOMEN HAVE APPENDICITIS Suifioons state men' are slightly more Bubjoot to appendicitis than women. Letlibrldge people should know that u few doses of simple buckthorn hark, glycerine, etc, \a8 mixed In Adler-i-lca, often relieve or sons. May I add, hero, that it has pro\cut appendicitis. This raUture brouKhl about ii, roUition botweon us removes such surprising foul matter all, that nothingiwlll uvur sever. Not that ON 13 TEASPOONFUL. relieves only amongst ourselvoB, but with the almost ANY CASE coiiatlpathm, wur noblo British army, and Prance. Can-1 stomach or gas. The INSTANT, ensy nda liuB made u showing to the world | action of Adler-1-ka Is surprising. J, that will go down lii history-looked Hlgiubotham & Oo., Druggists, up to l)y ull who como In oouluct with |ljot.hbrldeo, Alta. Adv. lilTEOFOR I m m the advioe ot a hundred people who have been cured of skin diseases Is worth following'? Then try Kam-Bukl Profit by their experience and try Zam-Buk 1^rstl It is only because Zam-Buk Is so much better than other preparations that Zam-Buk enjoys so much Wider ijae. Don't you think it logical that a remedy whlcii is purely herbal would be batter 'than any com-pouod ot harsh minerals which Irritate or parch the skin; or of coarse animal fata tl,it clog the liny pores? Zam-Buk is free from animal fat or mineral poison. It la composed ot rlcli, healiug herbal essences that stimulato and heal d'.acased tissues. Siiitablo for babies as well as adults, Uara-Buk cures 'eczema, pUos, ulcers, outs, burns, clinppod hands, cold acres, nbscci-.scs, varicose Borcs, and other skin diseases and Injuries. All drupTiets, or Znm-Buk Co., Toronto, for price, oOc. box, 3 for ?1.2B, Pornle, .March 22.-(Special to the Herald)-Two young men, Charles Saunders and .Tames Hlakemnvo, were up before Magistrate Hewott In the provincial court here today in answer to a charge ot holding u]) a young Russian, named Tom Karstner, in the early hours ot last Sunday morning near the coko ovens while going to liis homo, and relieving him of all the money he had with him, amounting to $13. The Russian swore that these two men stopped him near the coke ovens, one of them holding a gun on him while the other went througli his clothes for the money. The city po lice were notified and Constable Kill um, accompanied by the Russian went to the restricted district and found the two men. They were sent up for trial by the magistrate after hearing the evidence presented by the crown, Mr, Fisher tor the defendants offering no evidence. CANNOT REMEMBER Ottawa, Miirch 21.-W. K. Knowlos, Moose; Jaw, in the house of commons today, anked the prime minister about a report which credited ,1. C, Walters iroBldent of t le Dominion Trades and Labor congrefes, with quoting a mos sage from Mr. Lloyd Georao, who ox-pressed himself as opposed to the placing of a fair wni;o clause in munition contracts in Canada. Sir Robert Bordou replied that he had no recollection of such a message from Mr. Lloyd George, though there had been some correspondence fogni'ding wftges paid to muultiou workers. 7,777 Prizes First Prize at is the 7th Point? From the Atlantic to the Pacific,from the Gulf of Mexico to Hudson Bay.millionsof people have been asking "What is the 7th Point in Sterling Gum?" In practically every town, city and village in the United States and Canada, the published six points of superiority have brought Sterling Gum fast-growing popularity. But the seventh point still remains a riddle. Point (2) tOIUx.JC f Now, we are offering liberal prizes to those who send ui the best suggestions for the Sterling Gum Point 7. Before you make your suggestion for the 7th Point, read the following: The Following Story Unfolds the Secret of the Famous Point 7 To most people chewing gum is a mystery. They may know that different chewing gums arc made from different ingredients. But that is about all. Here are facts which we believe you will be glad to know about Sterling Gum: Your Sterling Gum is made from the following materials; The basis is the pure sap of the tropical Sapota Tree -a natural gum. This natural Sapota Tree sap is boiled, sweetened and flavored. The sweetening is simply pure cane sugar and pure corn syrup. The flavoring is of two kinds-Peppermint (in red wrappers). Cinnamon (in blue wrappers). There a-e some twenty varieties of the mir plant. The Sterling Peppermint is a product of the choicest, smoothest-flavored of these many mint varieties. The spicy Cinnamon flavor is extracted from the Cassia bush which grows in the tropics. The sap of the Sapota Tree, the cane sugar, the corn syrup, the Peppermint and Cinnamon flavors all come from the sap of some plant or tree. Nature herself supplies these delicious materials from which your Sterling Gum is made. Requirements for Winning Phrase When you read the above fact* on the materials tliat Sterling Gum is made of, you will know all that it i� necessary for you to know in eutering this contest. The first prize v�ill go to the one whose suggestion, based on the above siory, most impressively presents tlie natural purity of Sterling Gum-in theopinion of thejudges. Remember that youriuggestioD must be in six words or less. The next best suggestion will win the second prize-and so on down. It is understood that the Sterling Gum Company will have the right to use the 7 Point suggestions sent in by the prize winners. The contest !a easy to enter. Juit think out your nay of expressing the 7th Point. I'hen write it out in six words or less and send it in as directed in the conditioni printed below. Even if you don't win the first prize of |1,000, you stand a chance to win ant of the 7�,777 smaller prize*. Sterlina PEPP.LKMINT GUM PEPPERMINT IN RED WRAPPER CINNAMON IN BLUE tVKAPPCR First Prize $1,000 Second Prize $500 Third Prizo . 7 Prizes-each 70 Prizes-each $250.00 . $25.00 $2.50 700 Prisai-each . Box of 20 five-ccnt packag;ea of Sterling Gum. 7000 Prixet-each . Bos of 10 five-cent packagM of Sterling Gum. Conditions of the Contest Judges Sterling Gum Company employees cannot enter this contest. If two answers are entitled to the aame prize, the full amount of the prize will be paid to each, All answers must come in on a postal card. On the back of the postal card write nolhing but your 7 Point suggestion (six warifs or less) and your name and addresi. The postal may be mailed in an envelope if you choose. Mail answers to Sterling Prize Jud(je� Room 319, 40S Lexington Ave. New York City You may send in as many suggestions for Point 7 as you chooie. But lach suggtstian must bt writ' ten on a fojtal card as JirecleJ above. Conteat Closes All answers must be received in New York by midnight of May IS, 1916. Answers will not be examined hy tlie iudget until after that date. The jiidpres, therefore, cannot mail acknowledgmenti of tlie suggestions received. I The prizes will be awarded by the following committee of five well-known men: John A. Sleicher, Editor of LeslieS Weekly. Edgar Sisson, Editor of the Co�-mopolitan Magazine. Jno. M. Siddall, Editor of The American Magazine. Frederick L. Collins, Editor �f McClure's Magazine. Robert H. Pavis, Editor of MuD-sey'a Magazine, Announcement of Awards The winners of the first 80 prlzet will be announced in theJulyfirst issue of the Saturday Evening Post. Please do not write to the judges, They cannot correspond with individual contestants. Just itiifke a note now of the date on which the prize winner* will be announced in the Saturday Evening Post. Now put on your thinking citp. Get your family to help you, Send in as many suggcitioni ns you want to. All will be considered in awarding these many prizes, Do not write the Sterling Gum Compinyv regarding th� contest or its conditions as all suggestioiM will b� }uagea by the Prize Committee named above. Tha SUrling Gum Co., Ii>c..N�w Yatk Th� Starling Gum C*. of Canada, IM^T^itmltm m '9m 4 ;