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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - March 24, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta WEDNESDAY, MAUCH 21, 1915 THE; RIDGE HERALD PARE FIVE Biggest Auctioneering Event Ever Held in Tomorrow, Every item of the Stock Comes Under the Hammer ABSOLUTELY NO Commence in the Thurs. Morning at 10 O'Clock For (lie convenience of (ho fo buy Dross MiilcriulN, .Blanket Clot Its, AVooilous, Tweeds, TJmU'i'wwu'. eh'., and shell' Uootls by private sale, we arc reserv- ing the North Side ol' the -store lor this purpose, and for TilllKK DAYS will oiler this .section of stock to ni SOC niE (Invoice Price.) Tills OUT has NEVER BEEN ATTEMF! JiEFOJKE by any iiici-chiint Sales Agency in the ciiy, :iiul i! is almost cerium that hetler prices conld be obtained by auction; the difficulty jahandling g'oodK ol' this nature by auction methods being the only factor deciding us to adopt this plan of private sc 6 FRANK WADDINGTON LIONEL ASQUITH Auctioneers Ulrs. D. .Uc Don aid. went homy 11 uin Liie yesterday. An1. Mr. and .Mis. D. Wins lull Sunday night for their uhl dorm and 3JjiirJs of laud ;irc request CM1. 10 lie on hand at, 7. Inniiiht For business. Tlir: drive starts ;it }Jls Name" at Hie Empress Tonight und Tomorrow NlgliL The W. .M. S. of (Miurcli will meet in UIR butties' I'urlur tomorrow afteniwm al 3 o'clock. All ladies, vheiher jjjpJHl.'irs of tin1 con pi elation ur no I are given a heart invitation to attend. Tlic rrgtilau business inpL-linp of St. Cyprian's A. will In: held in ihe parish room tomorrow afier'K'On at 3 o'clock. mid-week Lemeii service will be held tonight at 8 o'f.ioclt in St. ri an's vrhen Canon Mn- MilJen will continue his rjcrio-; or dis- courses on "The Call OL Gcil." There-will lie .special celebration uf Holy Communion in St. Cyprian's Church tomorrow (Thursday) morn- ing, at 7 a.m. To add to the lifa and beauty woollens. flannels, (aecs and all hinds of sensitive the incomparable clean- ser. LUX is the pure es- sence of fine snaii, in flakes It dissolves readily in hot a crcain-Iikc lather which cannot irjurc fine fabrics or dainty hands. Just try LUX. H Won't Shrink GERMAN BOATS REPORTED LOST Two Merchant Steamers Go Down During Storm Off Denmark London, March Copenhagen dig patch lo the Daily Telegraph says Mint din-Ing1" a great storm two big Gcrnum merchant steamers were lost MR- COONS ON THE JOB Calgary, Alia., March Cocns, formerly superintendent oC telegraphs of flie 'SuskaEclieivan divi- sion of the in the city, today to take uii'Jn's new duties as si'i'-1 crintemlent for the Alberta cUvisi.jii. Mr. Coons was hi charge here for over a year prior to .August, Onefour is Very Anxious to Have Land Opened Up Court Unity 331L hol'i another social Parish Hall on Thursday, March 2 commencing m; o'clock. All A. O. F. nienihcrs anil Compiinions cil ihe Purest arc invited to come -and brinp; Uicir friends. Refrcshincntfj will bc-'scivcd. loiifi assisted in Ihr ['iHiMt'.iinnicnL J with ;i disphiy oi sv.'urd damans thai lirmrptit rounds of applause, I Driver Mel mice1, tuu, proved he 1 other qualifications In-Mflcs, of a i oi i he hfought duwu llic hull when he rendered his itiiimtnh.'c burl lime patriotic songs. Wherever Hntish .snldiiir.s arc sla- j turned Ihi'ir vou will lind artillery. J first, last and all the time, here, i here and is synpm- (mous wiUi Hnlisli annv tradition, and the motto "nnque" oi the Biit- islt aiLillery implies (lie fact. This displayed in letters on a lianneu slums; across the _ of lr.iU and H frralciJ o good deal I ut interest, and it uas iouml sonic- iuhal (if a puzzle to the uninitiated 'ns to its correct meaning viz., that the Mrit-iHh artilhM'y is found every-j where. i I'nion Jacks, hunting iirid military armaments tastefully ddcorateil the walls and ceiling." ['iiitures of the Kins anil (Jueen and other officers hung at intervals vails, great- ly added to the ap'pcanmce. The represented a mililary camp, replete with all the paraphernalia' 'uf camp, anil a number of guns. The bagpipes 111 arched to the hall and serenaded the1 Then Trumpeter Mooro sounrleri UIL- iissem- bly and the large gathering began to dance. Excellent music was furnished hy Gaskell's live-piece orchestra, play- 1115 the latest dances, 'which was greatly responsible" for the enjoyment obtained from the-some twenty num- bers, with liberal cricore's. Dainty re- freshments were sirvcid' at midnight by the members of the Battery on 'ilcss Orderly.' Dancing "resuincil till a late hour and artel 'Last ]3ost' hc- gical supplies anil lor the upkeep jng sounded Iry Trumpeter Meager and I- wm of mutor amhulnncrs. These contribu- singins of the "National' An them, tions arc really from the women of the tired but happy dancers dispers- ASTHMA COUGHS WHOOPING COUCH SPASMODIC CROUP BRONCHITIS CATARRH COLDS ing druEJ. Used with .-.uccess lor 35 yttrs. rhe air carrying dii; antiseptic vapor, Inhaled I wiili every brcaih, mikes I HHhcsrhesoreihi and siops ihu coueli, Cresolenelslm-iluiblc [D matlier.1 vllh yoiine chilJrsn tnd t batmto suHererstroniAslhnia. Fend v.i postal Jor !uo booklet Canada by Lever LirnEted, Toronto. One-four, .March lollowing is a copy of an open letter recently sen! by Onefmir farmers to the At the. last meeting Gait Chapter I. O. n. of Alexander E. a donation iL a whole, though tlic J. 0. D. 12. are holding the money Arrangements were in ihe hands of raised in irust, and disbursing it as i.hc non-commisslfciteil offlccry, who such calls as'i.hc above may he made, jfu-e to be congratn'iatecl .uiion" the suc- cess iliat. attended their efforts. To Keep the Face I Fresh, Clear, Youthful ifipp Ll notliiu rnplexioii :ttcac' belie ihr. cosmetic cam physical care. To ;li. youthful, (here's Lhan common mcreollscu Liie face clean, fre :lier Lhan common vax, II absorbs Hie soiled or faded skin iiarLlcles CoameLIcs almply tinwliolesunienesa to the complexion. Tlml's (lie dirCercnce. By insane, ac- iliiire the was habIL It's ?o casv lo ycL an ounce of tho wax at Ilia niiplv at night llko cold ani3" wash IL oil neit. moraine. Thoro's no dclonllon Indoors, Uio old akin conKnt; off so gradually no one suspcctfl you'ro anythinn. Whr.n In e. week or hui Llio alluringly youthful, rosellkft. undersklii Is fully In you won't want, .or jicetl a nifiUc-up complosion aCter thai- -It muHL be apparenL that this process meann complete riddance of-nil cutaneous bltjm- llkn frecltlcs. pimples, .blotches and For obsilnntc n-rlnklefl. a balli. innrtc by an ounce of saxolito In u >jalf pint wllch Dnstel, surpasacs massage crciim and everything else tor results.' The youny [jeopic of the Salvation Army concluded their anniversary scr- Mondny nieht. A tea was given Tlio officers present Lleut.-Col. J .S. Stewart, Captain A. Ripley, Lieut. Mewburn and Lieut. JIc- GOWANS Children particularly love the delicious flavor of Cowan's Perfection Cocoa, .and its healthful purity and nourish- ing- food-value make it the very best possible drinlc for them. For their lunch pr at tea-time it is the very best thing: to give them. pne-pcwndtic Tvas not on tliat count if any iailcd to enjoy Ihem- .sclvcs. Mayor Ilai'ilir, ConiiMissioueis Grace anti Ucid and their consorts present and jltnost all of Jh'c battery hoys iinrl the ollicers. A feaiurr, of the evcuiiifr was con- tained in the prcsnncc of the Lctli- Ijiidtic pipe hand full regalia.; Tlrey Kflvc..n of .seleciioi.s of. Mic good old fashioned music that IK j dear to, the licarts.ol tlic Scbtcli ,antt i always entertaining ,tp all. The .pip-1 ei's; also rendered music, [QV .tlio High-j .land Scliottisclic, wliich was, R teat! y j hy .a. number of tliusc fain-' iliai.- AVitJi'lbc .dijfu'c. Guiuioi Dennis-1 DcPrkes CREAM BAKING POWDER Made from cream of tartar, derived from grapes, the most delicious and wholesome of all fruit acids. Its superiority is unquestioned. Its fame world-wide. Its use a protection and a' guar- antee against alum food. If you wish to avoid a danger to your food READ THE LABEL and decline to buy or use any baking pow- der that is not plainly desigtiated as a cream' of tartar powder. ;