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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 5, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta v^rSs PRINTING 'HERALD JOB DEPARTMENT HOTEL WINDSOR Best $1.25 a Day Hotel in Alberta "S Madam : When the Grocer says its just as good as Taylor Made he dovihts your judgment Sweet and Soda Biscuits That Please Particular People MADE BY THE NORTH-WEST BISCUIT COMPANY OF EDMONTON SIMILIAR TO THE NATIONAL BISCUIT COMPANY'S GOODS IN THE UNITED STATES. A SHIPMENT OF THESE FRESH IN. NOTE THE LOW PRICES. , FAIRY SODAS, SALTED OR PLAIN-Tliesc are somethtng very fine, In tins ouly. Price per tin.................................35c. SOM-MOR BISCUITS, Salted or PUiIn, per pncket................................ 10c FAMILY SODAS, Inrge pncltts. each ...... 25c. SWEET BISCUITS, Vnnllla Waters, Arrowroot, Fig Bars, Bran Biscuit,. Bxtrn fine, Glngor Snap, Cocoa Bar, etc., per packet......... 10c. 12 lb. woollen boxes, by the box, per lb. ...9/2c 20 lb. wooUon boxes, by tho box, per lb. ..9J/2c. OFFICE PHONE 1271 THE GOOD CO. HIGH-CLASS GROCERIES STORE PHONE 525 WEATHER Sheet Music AND SMALL Musical Instruments Mason &Riscli,Ltj. Balmoral Block 5th St. S. At the Men's Own The big recrjiting campaign is now on. During the last week a bij effort has been put forth to fill up the vacant ranks in the 112th Ki'tie-s. The Men's Own has caught the spirit and toTorrow is "Kecruitins Day," and tho speaker is >lr. W. S. Ball, who from tho beginning has taicen such an interest in the Kilties. His stb-je.'t is, "Why do we hesitate." This Is the month';- open session and la-d!o= are hcarti!;- welcomed. Professor Roberts will preside at the piano, and liiTH. N. Johnson is the solois: fcr the day. a special invitation is errtended to members of the Kiltie regiment. Time 4 p.m. USIC WE HAVE JUST RECEIVED A SHIPMENT OF SHEET MUSIC Some of the Newer January Hits The Best Old Flag on Earth 0 Canada! Beloved Country. 1 Love You Canada. �7e'll Never let tho Old Flag Fall. My Red Cross Girl FarewelL The Little Grey Mother. VTien Jack Comes Back. Don't Forget Put Me to Sleep With an Old Fashioned Melody. My Little Girl. "There's a Lane Without a Turning on the Way to Home Sweet Home. It's Tulip Time in Holland It's a Ixing Way to Tlpperary, Today, and a Song of the Hills -two new ones by Carrie Jacobs Bond. Soiiie Specials in Sheet Music I was Seeing Nellie Home. AJl for You. Darling Sue I'm Going to Bring a Wedding Hing to You in Spring. From Now On. Oh the 7'28. Down In the U-17 Vesper Chimes Lost Arrow Nobody else but You. . Sunbonnet Sue When You and I Were Together. Roll Along Harvest Moon. I'm Looking for a Shady Tree. ALL THE ABOVE AND a HOST OF OTHERS AT 15c, or 7 for .$1.00 EXTRA SPECIAL PRIZE PACKAGE Guaranteed to contain Six l-'resh. Clean, Popular or Classical Selections, regular value, $1.00, $1.25 and ?1.50. A Snap, Buy a package. The Kenny & Allin , Co., Ltd. THE DRUG-BOOK STORE iPhpno 1487 Next Dallas Hotel SATURDAY'S GRAIN Winnire;, ."^lan., tc). and closini: prices on chan- es today were ; Wheat- Mav ........................ Jul'v ....................... Oats- Sluw ........................ Julv ........................ Barlev- Mav ........................ Kla.\- Mav ....................... Julv ........................ PRICES 5. - Openinp; - n -20 10 -11 20 -10 - 8- -22 1 �) - 8 -111 - -l -20 - I -2-1 m I - i -20 - 8 -21 2 1 15 1 - 2 -18 -21 - , 25 5 .10 the grain cx-Open Close Lothbtirisrc ......... Port Arthur, clear . UcKina, cloudy ...... Sw'ift Current, fair . Kaniloops ............. .Mooso .lav,-, clr.-r ... ti'u'.VppiMlc, cloudy . Kdnionton, clear ... I Grand Ft r s ......... Winnii CI, cioudv ... Bat' leford, clear ... , Calcarv. clear ...... Prnticton ........... .Minncdosa, clear ... I'rince .Mbert, clear Mp;!iciac Hut, clear Nelson ................. The weather over t'le nrairie provinces has Vcn mostlv clear and cold, katoh, wan-Fine with cunlinucd low FORECAST : Manitoba and Sas-teni"erati res. .llberta-Fair and cort'niied low teTiiporati^rc, lisht snowialls. - 7 -22 .02 1.315 1.30 18 i 17 i 2.15 1.30:! 17i 16 S 70 2.11', 2.15 CITY AND DISTRICT Choirs Rehearsal All the choirs in the city will meet at Knox cliurch on Sunday evening ; after service for a rehearsal for the concert on February 18. WINNIPEG Wheat-No. 1 Nor........... No. 2 Nor............ No. 3 Nor........... No. 1 Ni.r........... No. 5 Nor........... No. 6 Nor........... Feed ................... Oats-No. 2 C. W......... No. 3 C. W......... E:.tra No. 1 Feed No. 1 Feed .......... No. 2 Feed .......... Barley- Nc. 3 ................... -Vo. 4 ................... Feed ................... FIa.x- No. 1 N. W. C. .. No. 2 C. W......... CASH PRICES 1.27i 1.2 ij 1.221 i.is; New Dayton Visitors New Dayton visitors in tho city today are: T. E. Skelth, J. WliUesel and Miss Dora Whitesel, and Mrs. G. C. McDonald. . I For Red Cross Hon. Treasurer A. J. B'.ackbume acknowledges: Tho Mail Carriers' 1.10^ January pavment of SC.tiO; the Post 1.04 3. Office staff S5.00: Curling Club dona- Save Time and Steps When you nood anj'-tliiiig in the dni,a' line ])hone us the s:iino as you Avould your groc-or or butcher. We deliver promptly and guarantee tho quality of all goods. You are asking no special favor when you Phone 555 and place an order for drugs to he delivered at your door Try our Free Delivery Service and see how satisfactory it Is. The Red Cross Drug & B ok Co., Limile^ ONE WORD MAY MEAN WAR AVashlngton, Feb. 4.-The one word "illegal," as differently interpreted in the United Slates and Germany, protrudes from tho tentntivo draft of tho Lusltnnia agreement perfected by Ambassador von Bernstorft and Secretary of State Lansing, as the stumbling block wliieh has caused Berlin to refer to the negotiations as ha\Ing reached a crisis, and Washington to characlori!;e tho situation as grave. Germany's answer, presented to Secretary of State Lansing today by Count von Bernstorff, proposes, instead of an out-and-out admission of Illegality of the method of warfare used by the German naval authorities in sinking the liner, Is an acceptance of liability for the loss of neutral lives, which Berlin hopes will satisfy the United States, and still not binding Germany from continuing the submarine campaign. ''OUR BEST" FLOUR enjoys is due only to the high standard of quality maintained and the moderate price at which it is sold. See your grocer about it NOW EiiisoN mm I mm co. tion from bonspiel $50. 41 11} 11 V 40?. sal 07 62 56 13th May Go Soon According to word received from Medicine U.it. the l3th 0. M. R. may ; ^o east shortly, as a result of the ; recent visit of General John Hushes : to that city. The barracks at the \ Hat are needed for tlie 175th now i recruiting. Arav July CHICAGO WHE.\T ....................... 1.3U Mav July MINNEAPOLIS WHEAT ........................... l.jl ........; .................. l..i'JJ: Memorial for Brave Indian 2.0!) I At the mooting held in George H. -'.Ot> :Sccugall's office at Mac'.eod to con-i sidcr the kind of memorial to be , erected to the memory of the late - VIbort Mountain Horse, tlio Blood In-l-24x jian who lost his life servln? his I'Cing and country, it was decided to ] :\{\\ nlace a stained glass window In St. i'-^S^ Paul's church, Blood Reserve. .1 LOCAL MARKETS PRICES LOCAL GRAIN Wason pnces: Wheat .................................... 100 Cats ....................................... 34 Fla.^: ....................................... 180 Barley ................. 'i'rack prices : Vhe-.t .................................... \\%\ Mexican Indian Case A rather peculiar case came up In police court this mom\n% when Joe La Rock, a Mexican Indian, was charged with being drunk and disorderly. He pleaded not gui'ty and was remanded till Monday. Whether this case comes under tho rection of tho act relating to tho sale of liquor to Indians is a nuostion which will llii .have to be decided. An old man who (went wrong on too much booze, 'prained his ankle before the police Oats ....................................... 35J ;icked him up. He was given Flax ....................................... lOtiJ and costs or ton days, and took BUYING PRICES FOR HAY No. 1 timothy, haled, ion ......10.00 No. 1 alfalfa,' baled, ton ......... 9.50 Standard alfalfa ........................ 9.00 No. 2 alfalfa ............................... 8.00 No. 1 bluejoint ........................... 9.50 Livestock and Poultry Choice steers, 5? to OJc. Fat cows, 5 to 5.1c. Sheen-Choice killing wethers, Gic Sliren-Choice Killini; ewes, SJc. Select, hogs, 150-250 Uis., 8c. Live fowl, 10c. lbs. BUYING PRICES FOR VEGETABLES Carrots, per cwt., Jl.OO. Beets, per cwt., $1.00. Turnips, per cwt., 75c. Potatoes, per ton, $12 to $13. Parsnips, per cwt. $1.50. Cabbage, per cwt.. 75c. to $1.00. one the ten to give himself time to straighten up. "GET EMU BUSY" "Emily" ^vas a hen. Hcus as a rule are not very Inisy this kind of weather. --^ HESS' POULTRY PANACEA Is the stuff they are in need of -Tho guaranteed Egg Producer. 35c and 85c Ask for a "Feeding" booklet. LADIES TURNED BACK TO GET THEIR FURS Ottawa, Feb. 4.-Unfcrlunale anx-ietv to rescue th.ir furs was the cause of the tragic deaths of Madame Morin and Madame llray. the two ladies who were the guests of Spc;ik-cr and Madame Scvigny. Had thev heeded the warning bf their hOi^Uss, Madame Scvipny. wife of Srcaker Se-\ i n they would have been safe. Madame Scvit,nv actually seired their skirts and pulled them down the small night of si^ps from the urivale parlor whTc the thrrc were sitting. In an inter,icw, Madame Scvigny still distraught over the previous niRht's c-cerience, told the story of how her two guests lost their li-es. how both she and Sneaker Se icny narrowlv escaped sufl'ocation from the smoke, and how her two babies v e-c rushed from the burning house bv her two nurses. I "Oh, if those "two ladies had only followed me when I tugged at their s'irts, instead of returning for tlcir furs, they would have bren safe," stiid Madame Sevignv several times di'ring Ihn convrrs.-'t'on. She waS' greatly attached to both of t' eii and speaks highly of their fine characters. TO WAIT ON BELGIAN KING London, Fob. 4.-An official communication made public today says that Earl Curzon, lord privy seal, and General Sir Douglas Haig, commander of* the British forces on tho continent, are to proceed on a special misFlon to the King of the Belgians, and that Earl Curzon already has left England for that purpose. There Is No Bread Like Model Bakery Bread No need to eat unsatisfying bread when you can have Model Bakery Bread. Once tried you will want the beautiful, flaky, palatable loaves all the time. It has an appetizing taste that's always Just as good the next time you eat it as the last time you tasted it. It's WORTH MORE BUT COSTS THE SAME It's not that dry, puffed-up bread, but is so much like the good home-made, sweet, with crisp crust, moist and close In texture, substantial, wholesome, nourishing. It satisfies, and ought to for it is made of the highest grade materials, by expert bakers, with modern machinery, ensuring the utmost cleanliness. FRESH FROM THE OVEN EVERY MORNING ASK YOUR GROCER or PHONE 1175, AND THE RIG WILL CALL THE MODEL BAKERY N. J. SCHWEITZER. PROP. J. D. Higinbolham & Co. --- Limitfd '� CommlsslonerE Francis Nail, C. S. Dore and Wm. Lloyd of Lethbrldge, and J. E. Hodgson of .Macleod are gazetted as commissioners for taking affidavits. War on Stray Dogs Tho new chief Is warring on the homeless Hectors tliat throng tho business sections of the city, and has 20 or more interned at tlie city pound. If the owner.'; think enough of their CITY AND DISTRICT Justice of the Peace G. W. Edwards of Champion has been appointed justice of tho peace. Official Auditor Clarence Ostlund of Magrath is ap canines they will come and take them \ pointed an official auditor, away betoro Monday afternoon. Those Process Issuer Arthur Mitchell of Vulcan is appointed a process issuer. imfortunato enough to remain will i either bo sold or given a pass to tlie happy hunting ground. COUGHS, EVE m mm AI Fi m n (Continued fkom Fuont P.vge) cllned to the view that the cause was accidental. It is also believed tliat the fire which destroyed the plant of Qvant, Holden and Graham at an early hour this morning was of incendiary origin. The firm had a big contract for the making of military supplies. According to members of the firm, who declare that circurnstanco.3 under which the fire broke out. are decidedly auspicious, there was 5150,000 wortli of stock In the nremisRs, the building was valued at $65,000 and newly installed machinery at $30,000. In peavo times the firm made a sp.^clalty of manufacturing tarpaulins and clothing. Wet Feet-The Cause Wet teot, wet shoulders, a draft on head or chest or throat may readily mean coughs and colds. You cannot always dodso the dampness, tho mol.>!ture and the cold and the drafts, but tho fact remains that these are tho ca'jses of your tv/o most frequent ailments. And the Cnrc is Nyal's Winter Cough Cure Our Cough Synip Is at natural combination of ingredients each and every one of which is particularly adapted to the treatment of throat and lung disorders. Combined, they form an unusual power for the roliet of coughs and colds of-everyvdes-crlptlon. Perfectly safe, a very fine remedy to buy and have on hand. The Frank Hedley Drug Co. FIFTH STR^rj SOUTH  LETHBRlPGE Extension of Tlm;e The time for the renew^al of brands has been extended by the provincial government to February 2Sth. j, OF THE SEASON The Auditorium Rink Wednesday, February 9th 8 o'clock to 11 -EVENTS-BEST DRESSED LADY Ladies' Speed Race, 6 laps. COMIC DRESSED LADY ' Gent's Speed Race, 10 laps. Gent's Speed Race, backwards 6 laps. FJj>iire Skating- Open to All 1= at tho Hat Commissioner A. M. Grace is in Medicine Hat today on a short business trip. Notaries Public ' G. P. Podol! of Iletlaw, Alex. Morrison of Coleman, P. A. Wortz of Bovv Island are gazetted as notaries public. Pound Keeper W. H. PawBou of. Coaldalo Is appointed a pound keeper, the pound to be kept on the northwest quarter of section 1, township 9, range 20. Crystal Lake District Patriotic Fund Artliur Barnsley, treasurer of tho Patriotic Fund for Crystal Lake dls. trlct, acknowledges with thanks tho receipt of the following subscriptions: Miss Gray $10; H. Wieateman .Inr. $2; Crystal Lake school entertainment $19; C. Glaspey ?5; T. Chambers ?r>; G. Welsh $2; W. RoborlBou $1; .Mrs. Johnson ?2; T. Lewis $3; G. O, Kerr $25; ,C. R. Daniel $10; Mrs. P. W. King $4; McLean school $3.80. 1 AT THE OLOCOUNmPOOMLL GAMES PLAYED TODAY Westminster Clinrch AT 4 p.m. BEST DRESSED GENT comic DRESSED GENT Adnils.sion 25e. Chlldi-en 15c. BAND IN ATTENDANCE SKATING TONIGHT London, Feb. .'i.--Following are tho results of EURl.'sh foolhall played on the grounds of the first named club : Londgn Gom.. Illation Lutontown 4, Uronlforil 3. , FuUuim (I, IloadlnK 0, Crnvdon 0. 31 Clapton Orient 0. Wcstham U. 2, Tottenham H. 0. Crystal P. 1. Mlllwall. A. 5. Queen's Park R. Q, CI olsea 3. Tho Arsenal 1, Walford 1, Midland seLtlon Bradford 3, Huddersficld Town 0. ILrbv County 2, Notts County 0. Leeds Citv 0, Hradford City 1. Lincoln City 4, Barnsley 1. Notts Forest 1, Ijeicoster Fosse 0. Sheirield W. 2, Grimsby Town 1. Uancaehire Section Uuriilov 2, Evrrtoii 1. Burv 5, ManchPStrr liiiitod 1. i Liverpool 1, niackpool 0. I Manchester Citv 4, Uochcdule 1. ' Pr slon N, E, 0, Oldham A. 1. iSlnctport CoHutv 1. Soutlipoil) 0, Sl^oko 1, Boltou'Waiulerefs 1. -speaker-Mr. W. S. BALL Subject: Why Do We Hesitate Soloist-Mrs. N. Johnson. Pianist-Professor Roberta. Open Session Of ferine. A SPECIAL INVITATION EXTENDED TO MEMBERS OF THE 113tb KILTIES. PHONE 1717 , For Your Shoe Repairs WE CALL AND DELIVER MADE IN LETHRIDGE SHOES .franIv'MILES ' 511 4th Ave. South ;