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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 3, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta (URSDAY, FEBRUARY 3, 1916 Tlttl LRTHnRIDGE DAILY HERALD PAGE FtVE Supina Mercantile Co. PHONE m\7 127 15th Street North LctUbrlrtgo PRICE HINTS FOR THE ECONOMIST Members Show Weakness of Govt. Seed Grain Policy Raspberry Jam and Apple mixed, I'earl brand In i pound tins, extrii apocinl per tin 45c, Cftriunel h'^an CuUo Syrup per a lb. tin ...............20c Pry's Cocoa, 1-2 lb tins, en. 25o niuo Ribbon Ton, per lb. ..40c. Swift's Lard, 10 lb tins ..$1.75 5 lb tins .............. 90c. ;! lb tins............... 65c Red Cross Worcoster Saunc, per bottle .............. 15c PIcklos, In qnarl sealers, sweet, sour and Chow, per qt. ..35o. Libby's Lunch Tongue, per one lb tin................ 45c. Rolled Oats, per 8 lb, bag . .33c Quaker Oats, .......... 25c Cardstou Butter, 2 fov .... 75o! Storage 13Kga, per doz ,..36o. Lemons, per do/.......... 3Bo Oranges, per do/, 30c and 40c. Flour, Pride ot Alberta OR pound sack $3.90 4!) lb sack ............ $2.00 "Our Best" Flour, ns lb sack ........... $3.80 19 lb sack............ $1.95 M other's Favorite Flour- 98 lb sack ........... $3.60 �It) lb. sack............$1.85 Best Sugar, per 20 lb sack $1.66 Corn, Peas, and Boans, three tins for................. 35c EXTRA-20 lb Sack of B. C. Sugar and 8 oz. bottle of rtrt Lemonor Vanilla Extract for ....................... ^ICUU ALL GOODS GUARANTEED AND DELIVERED TO ALL PARTS OF THE CITY Those burning, smarting, tlnij-ling pains which accompany eczema and skin rashes, stop very quickly. If you apply Zam-Buk. The soothing, herbal esBCncea ot this wonderful balm, bathe and cool the burning skin, kill the disease germs, end the pain, and produce a delightful feeling of relief. At the same time the process of healing goes on, and very quickly the Bkin disease is ended. Sometlmy ft rn liarmers as the Liberals made out. lOut of $13,000,000 which had teen loaned, there had keen collectee seizures in war t.mes. In his own province of Alberta no seizures were allo^ved without the consent of a judge. White Defends Government Sir Thomas White in reply said that Mr. Martin and other wejbcrn members had used strong lanKi.at>,c when they stated that the farmers of of tlie west had not le^eised a sjuaro deal from the government. Only CoI.ected bm"iv moisten the hair with water and rub it in, about a toaspobnful is all that is required. It makes an iibundancB oi rioli creamy lather, :cluuuscs thoroughly, and rinses out enslly. The hair dries quickly and |*voniy, and is soft, fresli looking, bright, fluffy, wavy, and easy to [handle. Besides, it loosens and takes jout every particle ot dust, dirt and ' dandruff.-Advertlaemont. HABIT Rei 'ABlJE HOME TRiEATMENT Tho OURINB treatment fov the Drink Habit can bo used with absolute confldeuco, It destroys all do-Blro for whiskey, heor or other alco-SU...c ftaiiu.iuiis, 'lUousands have ""�"v.nsfuliy used it and have boon to llvoii ot sobriety and uso-Cnn bo Blvou secretly. I ly ifl.OO por box. ft' you fall ;'/',^'"f.-iH8 from ORRINE after a ,; Sioney will 1)0 rol'umlod. 'f|f,3 '^'.jOQklot tolling all about stiuitt tllv,,08a j),,ug ^ B^,^J^ Co. and that tit Alberta. Providini; entertainment for Canadian soluiws near tno trencnes in an old barn, without heat or light, is one 01 tile interestinR experiences ot a V.M.C.A. oii.cjr as related in a letttr just le^eued irom France. "Iteceutly a Colonel sent in n request for a night's entertainment for his men, but added that it might Lc wise to Kind someone In iidvaiice to view his accommodation as all he had was an old barn,'', he writes, "We found the ollicers and all the men assembled in the old barn, and alihouRh without heat or light we had a nictry evening. The piUs ot last year's straw served a.s- d.sirnble seats for a large numter, the lott made a serviceable gallery, Nvhilo tho ovcrl.edd beams were crowded with those who wanted uninterrupted views. The curtain was suspended among tie cobwebs and the pathescopo machine mounted on a couple ot bully beef boxes, while tho gtamoiihono was honored with a s nail table boirowed from a farm hoi:se. "No audience at a famous theatre could have enjoyed tho evening better than tliose cliap.s. When the pbono-grapli played pieces they Jcnow . t'.icy all joined in, and several timosi dur-inR the evening they enlivened tho barn with s.lections that were . net known when the First Division left-Canada. Kight rolhs of films wore shoAvn and when at the close ot the evening the Colonel e9.llcd for cheers tor tho Y. M. C. A., they made the rafters ring, and an odlcor Ivom the column who accompanied mo, said : 'The "Y" sure has n place in tho heart.s of these nun.' "Five nights, a week aro spent in l)>u' way, and so far tho column have I- I niu n oar so that thr.ss plarei c. be reached. They avcraf,o eight miles from this Central 'Y.' "Recently I asked an oflioev from an Ontario town to accompanv mo on one ot tliesc trlns o"orato tlie machine, whicli he "ladly did. At tho close ot t'-c evening ha said ; 'Do you k4iow, tho last time I wa^ in a "Y" thoy put me out for usJnc bad lan-guofio, anil there I'xonm throuirh sin films and haven't sworn onco,' " [XPECis 10 m BIG WOOL CROP THIS YEAR "Three hundred thousand nounds of Alueioa s woui crop were i;,raueir. suiuugmyic nas bc.;n wor.-iiiR in Wcsurn c.uiaua lor luuc >c.iib in ail ciiori, to inMuuutu a giau-111.1!; s.,si,Liii vliat will gain lor �^aua-aian wool ji lecognuion among uuy-ers tiial it has not i/icnou.siv eUjoy-ed a/id oriug a c.)ri.cSr/onuiat,ly hi(;a-e,: price. Last year none of the hie wool clip of toouthein Alueita was graded at the pens. I'ractieally all ti.e wool in the north was graded. Tlie result was that tne northern ranchers received an avera-e ot two or three cents betti^r price, and tne southern giowets decided that they weie-m.s.ing an opportunity in not maKing use ol the departments oucr lo grade their product. Mr. WiUingmyre was there-ftre as. ed to come to Lethoridge to talK the matter over again, and is here today for that purpose. That there will he ten grading stations at-least in AlbCita th.s > oir is Mr. Wiliingrnvre's belief, and if the big southern association joins the ranlcs, there will be very lit.le wool Ro ir.tj the bu\crs' hands until it has been properly cla.ssil'.ed. The hlRhest r.rice -�d tor wool in Alberta last yiar was to the Cal-'^rv as.sociation which recci\ed clo.se to 31 cents for its out-turn. Associations have been formed at Vermilion, Edmonton, Lacombe, Carsta.Ti, Clrnv. Wals'.i, Pincher Cree^. Cai^arv, while another is practically formed at In-nisfail. Saskatchewan has seen the benefit of gr.adinc. and t'lo denarlment of agriculture of that rrovince has eot-tcn behind the scheme and all the wool in that province will be Rraded this year. More Actions Taken Over (he Grain Contracts .^ .> .> .j ? AN APPEAL TO -l- ? YOUNG WOMEN .^ - .;. '> How many young men who ? should be wearing khaki arc hiding 'behind skirts? In otlior : ? words, how many young men > ? are there whose only excuse :. ? for not enlisting Is that their : ? lady friends do not want them : > to go? : ? Have these same young men : ? asked their lady friends what : ? fate of Kdlth Cavell, the hero- : ? Ic Urillsli nurse, and of tlio de- ? ? fenceless women and children : ? of Belgium, are standing be- ? ? tween young men and ihoir : duty? .: ? If any young lady Is standing : in the way of a young man who British labor leader, who said; ? ? "If Germany wins this war, ;� ? nothing else on God's earth : : matters." > .> .;. .j Miss Innls Hill of Vancouver is spending a few weeks with her cousin, Miss Florence Hill. >  / Mrs. W. S. Galbralth is spending a few days in Calgary, a guest at the Palllser. * * � The Spinsters cleared at their dance last week and Uie money has been given to the local branch of the Red Cross. * * # Mrs. A. M. Hicks, who has been ill tor some time, is leaving this afternoon for Toronto for the benefit of her health. . � i The Victoria order of the L.O.B.A. No. 115 will hold their regular meeting in the Moose Hall, HIglnbotham block,'at 8 o'clock tonight. * * * Mr. and Mrs. P. L, Naismith have returned from the east and leave shortly for California.-Calgary Al-bertan. * * � Mrs. .Mowburn and Miss * Helen Mewburn of Calgary are le.aving next month for England, to bo near tho men folk of their family, who are with the overseas forces. Miss Ethel Conybeare has completed her three months' training at Westminster hospital, London, and expects to leave very shortly with a hospital unit for Efeypt. The 500 employees of J. H. Ash-I down Hardware company, stationed at Winnipeg, Calgary and Saskatoon, presented Harry C. .'\shdown, vice-. president ot the firm, with a mag-1 ; nlflcent cabinet of silver, yesterday evening, the occasion marking his coming marriage to Miss Grace Lang-i , lols. In Augustln church, Winnipeg, tomorrow, * � � The well attended sixth annual meeting of St. Cyprian's Women's Auxiliary was held in the paris,h room Wednesday afternoon and the reports showed the auxiliary had prospered during the past year. Owing to tho president's (Mrs. J. W. Bartlett) re-! moval to Calgary, the chair was taken ; by tho rector. Canon MoMiUen. The  treasurer's report showed the follow- i Ing figures; I Balance on hand from 1014 �492.00 Receipts 1915 ............. 413.10 Three more writs have been issued out of Sunremo Court in connection with grain contracts. The Salbcrg Grain Co. has entered s.iit aealnst li;. C. Ludt'.ce, ot Bow is'anrt for SSSSS.?."), being tho loss sustained by the alleged failure ot the defendant to fill his contract. Baird and Bottcrill have ta'CT action arainst J, T. C. Gwillum of Albion Riri-e tor $2205, and the Unit tl Grain I'vortuccrs are ulaiiitin's ill an action against tho same ''avly for $943.75. Disbursements 1915 $906.00 ; 647.01 I I Makes Stubborn Coughs Vanish in a Hurry on � It is runior.'id in mtlitja circles that Ma'or Hugh Nivou, who has \vou soiii tamo with tho Priuepss Pulday and Saturday per yd..... IOC Home Furnishings Specially Priced WESTINGHOUSE MAZDA LAMPS Ensure.s a good light at all tiroes. Sizes 15, 20, Oft-^ 30 watts, price ....................... wUC 40 Watt, price.......................... 35c. 60 watt, price ,,......................... 45c. 3 ONLY BRUSSELS RUGS in green and fawn shades, neat patterns. Size 9x12 C1C 7C feet; regular $25.00 tor ......... 9 I O. I O BUNGALOW NETS, Curtain Scrims, Colored Bordered Voiles, all for dainty window curtains. 3C and 45 Inches wide. Regular to 45c; JJC** for per yard ..........,............. dwC Boots and Shoes at Great Savings MEN'S "K" BOOTS in black and tan, box calf all sizes. Regular $6.50 per pair 3o" PAIRS MEN'S TAN BOOTS in bluchor and button styles, very dressy and neat. flJIl 7R Regular $C.50 for per pair ......... I 9 30 PAIRS LADIES' BOOTS in blaok and tan, blucher styles, strong wearing shoe. Size 2hlz to 6, Regular $4 for..... ^iLndQ 12- PAIRS YOUTH'S BOOTS In black and tan blucher styles. Size S to lOVi J[C Regular $2.50 tor ............... 9 I ��lO 30 PAIRS MEN'S PATENT BLUCHER BOOTS Etimg and durable. Sizes fi to 9 c5 fR Regular $5.00 for ..................  w Specials for Men and Boys MEN'S HEATHER MIXTURE WOOL SOCKS- Now is your time to buy while they last per pair............................. MEN'S FINE QUALITY WOOL PYJAMAS- in good dark colors, nicely trimmed value $2.50 tor..................... MEN'S HEAVY WOOL FLEECED LINED UNDERWEAR, shirts and drawers, double breasted and double seated, value $2.00 for por suit ................. J1.79 BOYS' FLANNELETTE NIGHT SHIRTS made from fine ouality flannelette, size �12 to 14; value $1.00 for .............. 83c Week-end Grocery List FLOUR-H. B. Go's "Seal of Quality" guaranteed No. one Hard Wheat; 49 lb sack .....,...... $1.30 9S lb sack ........... $3.55 Germade, 10 lb sack ..... 39c. ROLLED OATS- 8 lb sack .............. 33c. 20 lb sack.............. 75c 40 lb. sack ........... $1.39 Flour, 10 lb sack ......... 40c Peas, Beans and Corn, finest Ontario pack, 3 cans ....35c Jam, Strawberry and Apple, and Raspberry and Apple, Extra quality, 4 lb. pall 45c, Tomatoes, Extra fancy, 3 cans for...................400 Salmon, finest B. C. Red, per tin ..............19c Sardines, finest Norwegian. Regular 15c, special three for .................... 35o Sardines and Tomato, plain or with mustard, special 5 tins for .............. 25c. Herrings and Tomato, special per tin......... . i.... 15o. Cocoa, Pry's, Lowney's or Baker's, specljil Ib.tln? 28o Coffee, H. B. Go's.Noted Blemi per lb. 35c, 40c, 45c, and .50c THE HUDSON'S BAY CO. Jolly Powders, special four packets..............., 29o Pancake Flour, Aunt Jemima'3 per packet............ 20c. Lemon, Orange or Banana Butter, 1 lb. Jars ...... 33c. Bird Seed, Spratt's English, per packet ........... 15c. Lard, 3 lbs ............... 65c. 51bs, 95c; 10 lbs ..... ?1.85, Butter, Brookfield Creamery, 2 lbs ................. 75c. Equal Egg, equals U dozen eggs reg. 50c; special per tin 35o Soup Squares, Oxo Go's, six for................... 25c. 0x0 Cubes, par tin 10c and 25c. ? ? ? ? ? ? .> .^ � .^ > .; ? ? > A. G. MACKAY VERY ILL ? AGAIN .:. .- Edmonton, Feb. 3.-The illness.of A. G. Mackay, M. P. P. for Athabasca, 1ms again become serlpup, complications having set In during his recovery from pluero-pneumonla. It was reported last night thi^t his condition was alarming to his physlclaua. ? ? ? ? ? ? ? : ? : : : � : : > ? YOUR BRONCHIAL TUBES Wheii a cold settles in the bronchial tubes, with tiiat weakening, ticjtling cough, immediate treatment is very importanL The bre,ith seem"- shorter because of mucous obstructions-, usually fever is present, your hend jars with avety cough and your chest may ache. This is no time for experimenting or delay-you must get Scott's Emulsion at once to drive out the cold which started the trouble, and it will check ihe cough by aiding the healing process of the enfeebled membranes. If you have any symp'oins of bron-oliitis, or even a stubborn cold, always remember that' Scott'.s Emulsion has )cen relieving this trouble for forty years. It is free froui harmful drugs, Refuse substitutes. gcou J* ))9ym a'owttto, Ont. 15-ai Ottawa, Out., Fob. 3.-It is announced throun-h the chiet press censor's otlice that tho troop ship Miss-anablo which .sailed from Canada on January 22nd, has arrived satelv in Enitland. She had on hoard the following troops : Third Divisional Snuadron, D offlcers, 155 men ; Third Divisional Cyclists, 8 oir.esrs, 193 men; No. 2 TumicUiiig Cores. 14 of-Ijerrs, 303 men, I Drafts-Strathcnna Horse, 15 offlc-l ers. 553 men : Infantry from Halifax, 11 oflicors, 422 men: Medical Cor-s, | 2 ollicers, GO men ; Mechanical Trans-, port, 3 ollicors conducting, and 452, chaulTeurs. The tunnellinc c-"s and transport squad Include Lethbrid"e men. Hook of Holland, via London, Feb. 3.-Coniiniipd actnit- ot German submarines is evidenced ',- tlie torpedoing of the Dutch motor -.e;sBl. Ar-tomis, near the Lightship Noordhind-er. The Artemis arrived hero today leading. Tho anion cliurch of Melville, Sask, was burned to tire ground. .John l?urkc, of the firm ot Coleman & Burke, Winni->" " dead. Ho earae from Quebec 40 years ago. VICTORIA, B. C, HAS WORST DAY SINCE FEBRUARY, 1862 Victoria, Fob. 2-Today is the worst I day in the rpcolleotlon of old timers hero since 1S62, No street oar has i boen able to move froih where It was EtucU last night, t The conductors an4 niotormen spent the night on th$ oars, and are being rellovotlttt,inter; vuls, " . ; For maklnc Por �oft9n> I InK w�tor. For removing I I paint. For dltlnreotlna rofrieoratorv, lnk�i olosDtt, tfralnsandforSOO oth�r purpoM*. IIWtIM (UUTiniTM. < 05 ;