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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 11, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 11, 1918 THE LETH BRIDGE DAILY HERALTJ PAGE FtVlBi, . PURE FOOD MARKET SPECIAL Milk-fed Turkeys Milk-fed Chickens Choice Fowl Finest Ayrshire Roll ior Breakfast There is. Nothing Finer Sajs Submarines Bought at Coast Had Some Defects lllllllllllll Finest Farmers' Dairy, 2 Ih. for 65c No. 1 Farmers' Dairy, per lb. 30c Finest Empress Creamery, lb. 35c VmicM.uvci, H. C, Kcb. 0.-Divocl fonlrailiclinii or sonic of the evidence Iuoiik'"' "iii. in till' iniiiiiry by Sir (-'liurUs IiiividsDn into tiic pnrchasu ot two HuhnmrinL's tor Iho Dominion gov-j erninrnt. liy Sli llicluiril McUrldc is conliiined in ii loniniunlcafon to llie. Vajicouvcr .Sun from Capliiin Cllarlps I'la/.a, former chief of tlu', Clillcan naval rommi.sslon In the I'nitcd Stairs, who inrned down tlie submar-iiicH liiirrii'dlv piircbased liy Sir Uicli-al'd Mc'Hrlde. ('(mi'iiriitiiiL' on t'^e trials on tho 22nd and '^Srd of July, l'.)M, Captain I'laza writes : | Boato Overwelflhted i "In till" su!)nu^r[:;ed KtantlardizalIon trials i foiind that both lioafs nnii' (ivcrwcijililcd, a serious (U;frcl in s'.ib-inarine. craft, as it nfti'cts disl.nor-ably IW: irinunini^ for Kn'.iiii.r ,od iia-\i;;ation. This ovcrweii:lil ouj>,ht to li;ivc counter-balanced by ha.inK ii from I In- luel, proisions, store.^, etc., an operation which would iiavc shorten d^i'nsibly the radius of action of the boats." I'aptain I'lu/a asserts ,timl state-mL'iils bv .f. y. Patterson, pr'sdcnt of the Scutth' Conslrucfion and I!ry-do:-.- cuiMuaiu. tliat lie couhi dispose of the hoats owing to the (."lulraii (^'uerniiient r.ot heiiitt able to pay the iirice of then, arc untrue, saying : Why StroM(j Language? I "If 1 have used slrouf!; lani!;uati;e to deiioiMice ,J. V. I'atterson it is he-ca- se this man Irs wilinMv wrom'-ed mv country, hurtini^ her inserests abroad by staUni; that she was not able to pav s\ich n small sum of mon-vv ay. tlie price of the submarines. I'alt rson was perfectly well aware of the causes why tho hoats were not accepted." I'laza writes that, aecordinR to the contract, the fricc of the submarines was 581K,0(10, and payment was made by instalments of iS per cent., ac-cordinic to progrrss in construction. Thus sn per e nt. of the total price lir>d hceii a.'readv paid to the p'declric Hoal comiianv liefore the hoats went t 1 their trials. When the hoats were .sold to Ca;iada thi Klectric Boat comiaiiy had to Rive back to the Chilean government $05,000 plus .') ptT cent, on this sum as a penalty for the forfeiture of the contract. The m^h Standard of Quality originally set up by LEA & PERRINS' for tlieir famous Sauce, has been maintained for over 70 years. This is why LEA & PERRINS' SAUCE continues to be held in such high esteem by all discriminating people. Observf the si,i^iiiiture thus .- in while _ nctoss the red label OH every bottle. ii The Original and Genuine Worcestershire M |[l;;iil.l>i.llill^.i DARKEN GRAY HAIR, LOOK YOUNG, PRETTY Sage Tea and Sulphur Darkens So Naturally that Nobody can tell. Almost I'veryone knows that Sagfi Tea and Suinhur, i)r;f,isl-�tiaro today. �) he resolution asKiiii; lor a system of federal rural han^s w^as introduced soiile days ago hy .Mr. bar-son, Milestone, alid this ait moon after a number of s.cuM'rs had added their voilCS to the KHural o,.in>ons the resoliition was wiihiirawn. It was pointjod out tliat while the (lucstioii was undouijltdly an import-aiit one and wliiic li.c i.tes^nt i.an.i-iiiK system wcr.vEd to tlie hardship of the farmer, the resoliiiion a.s it stood, sugi;ested no distinct v.-mcily to the proDlR'ii. In view of II'C fact 1 hat the federal govcnimcnt already had a commission at work invtstigatinK the whole question of rurel credits, it was felt that the resolution .siiouKI be , withdrawn. Both sides of the 1 ouse were agreed that the present system of han'cnu,-r H perfect prodiicl very rtoou a .-.jioilod iirodttct unlc.-s |)n)|ierly jjrotccli'fl. Tlic Proprietors id' havi' lon.k hocii lookin.ir fw Victor Reeonl list just out, together Avith many otiier new vocfil autl instvu-ineutal selections which make a most, fascinating appeal. Ask any "Mis Master's Voice" dealers to play them on tho Vlctrola-the instiument wb.lch provides tho entertainment and happiness so many of -your friends and nelghnors are enjoying. Three ten-Inch, double-aided Victor Records-90 cents for the two selections Maid of Honolulu Pale K:. Uua-David K. Kail Happy Heinle March Pale K. Lua-David K. Kail 17859 Tho Ladder of Roses Waltz Entrancing .lust a-woaryln' for You Mattinata Olive ivline Olive Kline 17022 VVllllaiu Pickles William Pickles 17905 Main xMarket, Srd A. S. Plvones 412 and 1388 0 mhlon Market, 4lh Avi. an] 6ih St S. 16:4 Phone 431 We wish to announce thnt we have now ac-(inired tlio Fish aiid Meat liusiness of Smith & M.cKay, late of the Pnhlie Market, and we will he jirepared to supjily our growing piit-rouiige witli all kinds of fresh fish. Iveg-iilar shipments ,j;lireet from !lie coast. The quality of our Be;f, Mutton, Veal and I'ork will always lie llu! liest available. loiopcnd :Trl: By'^eat Market LINCARDi BR06. 405 5th 81. South , Maximum Wage For Farm Labor To hoal sores, does not mean to heal over tho oijtor skin, only to have tho sorea 'break out again. Ueal healing, moans going to the root of the trouble and curing from the base ujiward. That is the way Zam-Buk boalu, and that Is why Zum-Eluk cures are lasting. Zanj-Buk, as aonn a.>! applied to a sore, commonces tlireo processes. It Bootlies the pain by drawing out tho Inflammation. Being a strong Bormlolde, it thoroughly cleanses the sore by destroying all germs; ajid tlion by Us nmrvellou.s healing power. It promotes tho growth of new, licalihy t'./.i-uo. As tho new tl.SjUO gr'Hdnaily dovc!oj>?, it ea:>ts Oil' the oid, liulil tlio liiM'i'iOd puch Is nnilacrd l-.y 1p..'W, bcaliiiy lli-idi, K-.ci'i'n! hy ilil.-j miicn.'i- im iKi -I of hrali'ii:, Zani-r.ii!. curcB thor-(iu;;h (['.�'.d poT.ur.umt. S- 'id l.is n.ytlda a:icl Ic. ti.iiup f,):' riiiJirn posit j'(50, to Zr.'.11-:Co., Ti'i-.iVo, luld we. win scud you a Iryo trial I'OX, Moose Jaw, Sask,, Feb. 9. - The ofTicia's of the Sas'tatchcwan Grain Growers' association are loo'ting forward to the forthcoming contention at Saskatoon to be the greatest gathering of'farmers in the history ' of Canada, exceeding in every way. the huge conventions of the past two years. The only chance oi the convention not proving this lies in the fact that tr.^nsportatlon dillicuUics tnay hinder many from attending should there be another spell of severe weather, i The resoUiUons which will bo presented to the convention, many of which have already been received at the ollices of the secretary are along the most advanced lines. Want May.inrium >.Vac:e A resolution r orlont iiue.stons which will be before tiie coirention. Tho shortnfre of labor in the rovince, ! and a (\'.itisct' of tbp farmens being i held UP for ''nnreeeiU'nt d wages ! ma es this cii ft on an e'ceediit^ly I \itH! o';p, and u, uill he [iiirhod as j far as imssiile. .\ (n'ls'ioii v.Vdoli l:as I bM'M i.'ui'li 'u tbf" tari.'i^.s' miiid-'; oi , I.'te is- lint of Ih" comi'iuuilcf iiii;; or-; ('.rr 01 the Domi'iinn ;.':o cvn' tut, and I a n"!oliitinn roMd^miiinii; tho action will bo brought fovwavd. P-CTTUED BY ARBiTPATION Washington, Fab. 10.--.-l resolution calling upon tho railways and their ! omployeep to settle their waBa con-Itroversy by arbitration was udojited jby the chamber of commorco of the � United States, reprouenllus muro tliuu 700 ofKiinlvintlons of b.uslncasmuu Uirougliout tho ,couiitry Two Lively Dance Selections Hip, Hip Hooray-One Step Victor Military Band I'm Simply Crazy Over You-Medley 35515 One-Step Victor Military Baud Red Seal Record ToBca-Cantabilo dl Soarpla Titta Huffo 87220 Victrola IX $66.50 With 15 ten-Inch, doublc-slded Victor Records (30 selections, your own choice) $80.00 Sold im Easy ra;^'ineiit,s, if Desired other Viotrolas from $21 to $'100 (on easy payments, If desli-ed) at any "His Master's Voice" dealers In any town or city In Canada. Write for free copy of our 450 page Musical Encyclopedia llslliig over 6000 Victor Records. � BEIILINEll GEAM-O-PIIONE CO. 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