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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 10, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta ^aI. printing HERALD JOB DEPARTMENT HOTEL WINDSOR Best $1.25 a Day Hotel in Alberta Extra Week-end Specials on Quality Groceries for Thursday, Friday and Saturday of this Week DK. KI'SK'S CHIC K FOOD IS MADE BY Tlie 'I':i.vlur Millinj; aiul EU'vatoi* Co., LiiuittMl New ,Vuik, b'cii. t>.-lateniatioiiiil i insurance brokers m lUis citv received iniormation this mcrninc vchh-h leads them to believe that n Uirce pasacngej ste.inur lias been li.st in the Xorth Atlantic, fiuariieil cable tncssascos received frum London iiiti-nialP.l that she haiT'heeii sunk bv a' tii-rnian coiiimerce raider. The niajoritc of the brokers were inclined lu identify rhenrissins ."ihip the Orissa, which .sailed from .\iito-! iasrasta, fhile. on I'hristnuis ilay.' touched at MontevuJeo ;ind on .Ian.: Ill at i;io .laneiro. and since then lias not been heard from. It is u Drit-isl. vessel ni j,:S58 tons fiross, owned, 1)1 the Pacilic .'-^teani Xavisation com-; PiCiv and was lioiiiid for Liverpool. THURSDAY'S GRAIN PRICES i AVianipes, Man., Feb. 10.-Opening' and closinR prices on the train ex-chaimes twiav \rere �. i Wheat- :\lav ........................... .liiir ........................... Oats-Ma v ...........................  Iiilv.......................... Uarlev- Mav......... .....:............ KUix- Alav ..........................  hily ......... .................. WIN'NIIMXi ('.\S11 Wlical- Open flose Itii; FLOUR-LAKE OF THE WOODS. 5 ROSEG- Ih sack .-acl;....................... S1.S5 !�S lb sacks ea.'li ....................... 43.9&.. �J I R. Sack. ..acb .."..................... SiKiO ROLLED OATS-Hobiii ilroil. iviinl callous. I wo f(>e ................................ 45c n il) .saclis ciicb :'.;lc; 'J lor .............. 05c. jo iii sacks each ........................ 7oz. ROLLED WHEAT-:'.L. llis l�ir ............ 25c CARNATION WHEAT FLAKES |ur pkl.... 45c HAMS-Swift's ICuipirf. mild iiirc. small size. whole hums, per lli ..................... 23c HAMS, Stirllnt? Uraiid. medium sii:c. half or \vholvei- Hiieks. sliced pec Ui 30c 111 piece lie- Iti ........................ 28c. BACON-Swift's .\corn Hiaml. Sides, in piece per lb................................. 24c LARD-Sweot t'lover, '.'.s each ............. o5c ."is. eacli ............................. 90c CORN. PEAS OR BEANS Harvest brand. loiir tiii.s for ............................ 45c. TOMATOES-Harvest, solid pack. ;'.s. tbnee tin.>; for ............................... 40c. FRENCH PEAS, Moyeu's. 4 tins for ........ 45c ASSORTED CANNED FRUITS in beuvy syrup. All Saniuiry tins, T tins for .............$1.05 Per case of 24 tins .................... $3.50 SEEDED RAISINS fanev large packets. lor 40c SEEDLESS RAISINS large packets. for .. 40c 1:.' oz packets. ;! for..................... 35c FINEST CLEANED CURRANTS :'. pkis for 50c. COMB HONEY. California White Clover, per Seel ion ............................... 25c, JERSEY CRANBERRIES, fliiesl oualily, per pound ................................ 20c ORANGES, .S'avals. medium size, extra tiuallly Two do/en lor .......................... 55c LEMONS-llesi uualliy, per dozen ......... 28c. APPLES-!u Ihe iiiuk of condition, flavour exceptional, all solid. Tor case $1.85, $1.98 .nnd $2.10, FOR SATURDAY WE EXPECT THE FOLLOWING GOODS-(.'anilflower. Mead Lettuce. Celery, tiananas. Cocoauuts, Hrookfield I'ork Sau-.-a.ije, Frp.sli Oysters, Dairv^ljitter, and possibly new laid eKKS. Prices will be reasonable. HOLLAND RUSKS-The Cicnuine article, just in. 'i pncketa for ......................... 25c CANADA LAUNDRY STARCH-In bulk, per ponnd .............................. 10c JAM-Pure Sicawberry. I lb pails ......... 72c. JAM-Pur IJaspberry and Ulack Ciirraiil, lib pail.t, each .......................... 68c. JAM-Pure Pencil. Plum and Uoosoberry, lib pails, each ............................. 65c CRAB APPLE JELLY~l lb pails, each ....60c. ROSE BRAND JAMS With Apple .Mixture. Strawberry, llaspborry. Black Currnut. Poach. I'Uiiii, etc.. much superior in (luality lo any other line we know ol'. 1 lbs pails each ............45c. CONDENSED MILK Canada First Sweetened, per tin ............................... 12c. RICE-Victoria Cross, finest .lapaii, libs lor 25c. MACARONI-Made in Lethbridge, lib packets each .................................. 11c. LYE-Golden West or C.eni. :'. tor ......... 25c. 2(HT)S B. V. Suixiw (uv.i^l.m. with (ii-ocery oi or over, not ijK*hulin4� .snjiJjr. OFFICE PHONE 1271 THE GOOD CO. HIGH-CLASS GROCERIES VON PAPEN'S PAPERS ' DISCLOSE LITTLE STORE PHONE 52 5 �l.Us -1. '2.1'2'. '1 i'Kici:. r.iio'; 1.17,\ l.l.'i.'. l.OU.f i.iioi! .i:u 13; I'j; ill" :!;>; IhSJ 2.y:)i 2.02:; 1.27i l.20i 1.2ii.l 1.24 J Death of. J. F. Wilson Woiil was receiiVed^iii tite o'clock of all the choirs In the city at Knox Presbyter-ian church. Kvevyone is asked to be present and on time as the concert takes place a week later. LOCAL MARKETS Mail,v in Lefhbrldge praise the simple mfxturi- ot buckthorn bark, ;ilyc-erlne. etc.,' known as Adler-i-ta. This reinetiO'. is the most THOROFGH bowel cleaiuset"' ever sold being even used . successfully in apiiondlcitis. ONE SPOONFTTL relieve.^ almost ANY CASH ot coustipaliou, sour or Kassy >toniach'. ONE MINIJTI-: after yoh "take it the sasses rumble and iiasR iiut. Aiiler-i-ka cannot gripe and tho INSTANT actlou is surprising. J. T). HlgitiJJOtliaiii & (;6., Limited, druggists, Lt'thbridge, .-Uberta.-Advertisement. ' ' ' " LOCAL ORAlN Wasou pnctrs: Wheat ...................... Oats......................... Flax ......................... Barley ..................... Track ptiees : Wheat .. . tiats................... ., Flax ............... - PRICES 27 170 Hi \ C. O, F, Meeting \ The regular meeting of the Cana-I dian Order of Foresters will be held j in the K. o( P. hall tonishl at eight ;o'clock sharp, .-vnother lot of candidates will be taken into the mysteries of Forestry. Visiting brethren remember the place. The origin of tlie Valeiuliie (.'ustom is lost in the mist of an-tiiiuiiy, hut the soulimeiit which surtoumis it still prevails. V'al-.ii the ! jUnvincia! Iio.spital commis-sion to i placr before the federal militarv hos-: pitals commission the disgraceful sit-juatioii which has arisen through the j lack ol organization to provide for retiirnc;! soldiers, which is likely t.i � he greath accentuated as the number m" returning wounded soldiers increase, an.l r?(|uest thai the scheme as outlined by the military hospitals Commission be put into ell'ect without further dPla>." Tha second resolution, also iasti-nat^d by Mr. ^�orah, was tiiat Wvi lather 27 Welcome and .\id leagues in .Saskatchewan be mcmorialired to the eh'ect that tV.e Saskatoon league ha:l iiassed the above resolution, and ask-^1 WW. them to do likewise. H, was hi'lieved that il wool i l.c i njccssarv to explain to the othiu" lo-I cal lea.gnes that-the" whole organi'/.a-! tion. H'oni the 'federal commission ; downward, was in a state of Ilux, ' and no one kncu' exactly where aiiy-(uic else 'Was at." \ third resolntlou was lo the clh'ct that the provincial commission make it ;> sni'cial point to see tliat representatives went from the western provinces lo iiie next meeting of ihc ied-cra! c'cnniission at Ottawa. Soldiers' Wei-;'-'""'"" resilience tonight. i!iv-Ihe his Sir Charles liivers-W ilson. (l.c.,\i.! (i , former ptesident id' the OramI Trunk llailwav system, was native | and resident of Kngland, and had a-iiftahlc career in British jidnirs. llri was boin in IS'il. the son of Mclvin! Wilson, ami was educated al l';ion and Oxford. In I87li he was created a OH., and in l8'(o , ').C.?,!.(I. lie entered the British treasury jn ISali and , Was comptroller of the .N.itiomil Debt i Ollice from \'^"\ lo ISill. lie was lin-nnce minister of Kyypt from IK77 lo 1871). He was iin the council of the Suez Canal Co. from I87li to IKi);'), in which year he was elected to the prc-.sidency of the Grand Trunk Railway conipaiiy, whose head olhces at Vliat lime �ere in London. He held the position of prisidcnt of this Canadian railwav svstein until lilll, when the late Chas. M. liacs was flcctc.l to; tho presidency, and .Sir Charles re-! tired. Diiritig his term as head of the piiom: 1717 For Your Shoe Repairs WE CALL AND DELIVER MADE IN LETrlRIDGE SHOES 511 4th A'/e. South Insnecli "^le-'ators .los. I'air of Ihe Alberta I'acitie '.'irain Co.. uas in the city ycsterda.v on a lour of Hie company's elcvalor.s in I lie souili. I Don't Merebj "Stop" a | � Cough the Thine (Iiitt Cnimcs and tlie CouBli will .Stop ItSflt It A coiwh is veiilly one of our host raihvav Sir Charles did much Wi! friimds. It warns UH'tlniniiiM'c i's'infliiVi'i-make ihe tlrand 'I'nink svslem ., mod-j '"'i^'"" obKtrnction in a dangorous erri svsteoi | rhicc. 1 lierctorc. wlieii von get a bail ; . , ., .. . I niigli don't proceed to (lose Yourself wilh bw'v tharle.s was married twice, lirst; . . - . ' �n IHiib to Caroline, daughter oi K.' Cook, who died in .-^ir Charl second wiie was lion. Beatrice "\'io-! let -Mostyn, sister of Lord Vanx. a lot of drm/a that merelv "stop" the eoiigh teniponirilv hv deudeiiiiig tlie throat nerves. Treat the cause-heal the iiilhoiii.'d nieinbriiiies. Here is a lioini-innde ix-mcdv that gets right lit the cause and will niiike nii ohstiiiiite cough vanieh days I ion. Board of Trade Council The council ot ilie Board of Trade Were honored by a visit from a number of the officers of the l|;;tli Loth-bridge Kilties at tho Inncheoii today. F. W. /Joivner took advantage of thoir jpieseiice to make a slalement regarding recrniling In f.eihblldge and ilis-irlet as given in anotlier colanin. President .Marnoch reporte,ionenl to It in s'.veat'lng out n. suiumons. The evidence, which was rather salacious in spotB, wau heard before Magistrate 1 iKlton yefiterday afienioou, and Af-! renachuk was fliiiad ?! and cobib, i .Messrs, Uiuo and McAnhur appeared : for tlie ifccqjseU and il, OBtluud for / the informant. reme velva children Do Well I The local chapter of the I.O.U.K. I is greatly pleased with the manner in which V:',:; .school c!ii!.!rc;! ha'.e helped during'llie (all icrni in ll'c work v.'hich the organi'/alion is.doibu; ) for tile haiiplrc. A len:r to this cf ! feel was read the school hoard's: mine i(nickl.\' lliaii voii ever thought pns-.;dde, Piit SVj oiiiiee,'! of I'inex eeiits worth) ill a lii-oiiiice buttle and lUl the hiittlo with philn gr�Miilati-d sugar r> nip. This gives yon 1(1 ouuee.-. of tlie 'iiiofil; pleasant and ell'ective remecly xoii ever li.sed, at 11 i".>t of onlv ,"14 oenis'. No liother tc, vr'.'parc. Full diicctiuns with I'ine.-;. 1|._ heals tlie inlhinied membranes New Finn Threat does the trick, contains no grease, can be robbed on at any time before going out. 25c fSamplc on reiiuesi) j. d. am & Co. Washington, l-'eb. 1 li.'-^Oermany and .'\iistria, lliron,gh their embassies here have notilied the Inited Slates oi their intention lo tr.iat aniU'd merchantmen as warships after .March Lit, The (late was li.ved to give the eiiteiiU' allies time to signiiy their intention touard the recent note of the I'niliil Slates proposing disatma-: ineiil of all mcrchanlniefi. } The nolilicalion cif the (-ermanic Powers, while delivered orally, was formal, and il was said that, because of the dillii'ulties of eoiumunicatiiif; with the I'ltiled .States, fotmul notice ill writing would he deli\ere.d to the .\mericaii embassies in 'Vienna and IVTlin. ineefeu- last ni'iht from Mrs. Stat- gently and proniptlv'tiiat .vi.ii wonder iiow .'.'�" �  it lUu'S it. Also loo.eiis a urv, lioarse or tight con)fli and- steps the fornmtion nf phlegm ill tlie throat and bronchial tubes, thus eiulitig/fli.e persisient loose cough. Pinex ia a highly c.oat-eiltraled eoin-lioiiiid of Norway |iine extract, rich in cnniiicol, nnd h fanioim the world over for its healing effeet on the inembrancs To avoid disappoinlnient. nsk your 1st for "2'/^. ounces of Pinex," and ford in which it was stated that during the fall term the contrihulion i iioxcs ill the si'liools had collected !.*;1K8.S7 which will !'(. for ' ;;o!diws' �.;oiiifolts. Ill addition, the pupils made 100 ptiirs m;c!i, pair-; wristlels ami 71'! sCaif.-,. Kiiinors cnu'-'nl taal Iransullantic cables im 1 .ahles have berii cut hv (ie.rman sub- Tl'^*''li'V*".'."-'A guarantee uiriues -.re rlenird liv'both Ihi- CP "'^ mttisfnetmn. or money proinpt- .tt^Vt-.^L; tl .Ivi'efimded. goes with ibis ,m>pkriition. u and (..N.W, conipanirs. 'fho Piiinx Co., Toronto, Ont, Limited The 3fe3�S|| Store ROME BEAUTY, BALDWINS, WINESAP8, BLACK:TW1GS, JONATHANS, BEN DAVIO, YELLOVy NEWTON, IVONESUCH, PER BOX ; � , Dr. Armstrong Coming He.v.. Dr, .\nnnlrong, of .McDoiigall church, Fdmonton, nnd formerlv of Metropolllaii .Melbodist ehureh of I'Jd-luonton, will oreaeh the annual missionary Hornion In We.slfty ehurcn on .Siinda.)'. nev. .Mr. Coblili.Mlick goes to Kdmonton for Sunday, tonhght AUDITORIUM RINK : PROGRESS OF TABER BONSPIEL I The big borispiel iil Taher Ik draiv-jliig to a close today, according lo n tolophom? incKHHgo from that plucc! received late this tiflernooii. Wrighl of Taher wins the tlrand Challenge, beating Hendei'son of Tabor. Hamilton of Lethhrldge was du-feated in the semi-llimlK by Henderson Ol' Taber. .McNahb of LBthbrldge was defeated In tho duals of tho Maio-.Mahoii t;up by lli.u'chnier of Fornie. Tnu latter .sklii hud to loiive for his homo last ulglii owing lo Ulneaii. In the Wrighl (.;iii) dniw. tho Moi'cIm iner rink Is now .\ilaylii;,i tlamlltoii til LethbyJd^.t In the semi-hnals, tho winner tc .1110 H Wright of Tabei' In the Iin!tU. ONTARIO'S, WINTER BANANAS, EN, RUSSETS, PER COX WAGNERS, GRIMES' GOLD- A|)|)1�NS Firm Stuck CAULIFLOWER, HEAD LETTUCE, AND CELERY NEXT HeRA^.D OF'rlCE PW0NES~1I13 and ;