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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 13, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta iRIDGR. }>\'nA HERALD TUESDAY, FEBRUAllir 13,' 1917' tuiimiciiviiY / ' splendid'musical program with Mrs. Dr. Campbell as pianist. After the priigram was over light-refreshments were served and the meeting broke up about eleven o'clock. Gen eral comment expressed sincere satis faction and special praise was given to the musicians and to the school children, who gave two choruses The church was well filled and some thing over $40 was cleared. So much for our interest in Bed Cross work. A rather sad Incident crept into the school-life of the Sunalta Districf when Albert McDonald slipped from a ladder, up which he was climbing to fix the school bell, and, falling'to the ground broke his arm. Dr. Astrof dressed the injury and we hppe that recovery will soon be perfect. This, we- beliei'e, has been the first serious accident at this school. The Women's Institute are plann- / liro REFUGE $KBD3:DDLEKS SOON (From Our Own correspondent) Raymond, Feb. IS.-Mormons from evorj- ward and branch of tho Taylor stake assembled in Raymond. last Saturday and Sunday for q.uarterly conference, and in spite of the absence ot representatives from the headquarters of the church at Salt Lake, a successful conference was held. The reports submitted by Prosldout H. S. Allen and the.bishops of the various wards showed,'the Taylor stake to be in an excellent condition materially and spiritually. The tithing receipts exceeded by a largo margin those of past years. , Saturday's sessions were devoted mainly^ to reports, while the Sunday morning- service was the Sunday school session of conference. The principal speakers were Pres. T. C. Romney, ot the Knight Academy, and Elder Frank Warner, the Indian missionary. ' The afternoon service was the main session. The church was packed to the doors, many having to stand. The local and general authorities of the chiu-ch were presented and sustained by the unanimous vote of the i^ople. Bishop Marker, of Magrath, and Elder J. B. Ririe spoke briefly. Elder H. Ostlund, of Lethbrldge, reported the t entries, and the winners were as follows: -Marquis AVheat-R. L. Rash 1, S. B. Winchester 2, W. Valgardson 3. Red Fife wheat-R. 'l. Rash 1. Feed oats-W. Valgardson 1. Six Rowed barley-R. L. Rash 1, W. Valgardson 2. Pink potatoes-Harold Hammer 1. White potatoes-S. B. Winchester 1, Harold Hammer 2. Rye-B. L. Rash 1. Jim Pierson, who has been running the garage known as Pierson's livery, for the past couple of years, has decided to remove to Lethbrldge. The business will be carried on by James Pierson, jr., and Joseph Tufts. Mr. Pierson left for Lethbrldge on Monday night, and Mrs. Pierson and the family will leave about the end of the week. The first open forum meeting of the Taber Civic Improvement League took place last Monday evening and there was an attendance of about 30 citizens, a good number of ladies. ,A resolution was adopted supporting the'proposal for free hospitals. J. T. Stephenson, who was em- The Bulldogs Are Coming I Scrupuious Cleanliness is the one cast-iron rule in every comer of our baiieries. Biscuir are just as clean as they loolc, and as wholesome as they are delicious. In Packages Only. Equally;^ure and just the thing for your children, are our Royal Abrowboot filSCUITS Nerth-West Biscuit Co.. Limitcii EOiWONTON - ALTA. A Slacker, "Great Scott, I don't know whiefi way-to *b. The United States may get into this war pretty soon, too." K ' � � -^^'^i � . � The annual waste in the United States of foods available for cattle has been .estimate^ at 1100,000,000 by Department ot Agriculture experts.� . Between one and two mills on the 1917 assessment will be required to pay the/war bonus to city employees provided it is effective throughojit t^e year, according to figures secured''at the city hall this, morning. :^ The bonus covers a period -of A7 weeks up to the end of the year. At $1.75 per week, this means an increase in -wages for each employee of $81.76 up till Dec. 31st.. As there are^about 150 employees who will comejiiinder the scope of the resolution iiassed yesterday, the total wage increase Js in the nelghborho.od of $12,000.'''It is Dolnted out, however, that this is con siderably less than the $22,000 surplus piled up by the city in 1916. the exnmple of Great Britain, which, he said,, lately had declared a war zone among the-German and part of the neutral coasts of the North Sea. BJjrerybody,- the undersecretary said, would be able to avoid.danger by keeping out of the barred areas, even enemy ships could avoid destruction. "Germany since the beginning of the Wiar,;' Dr. von ''Stumm continued, has' been obliged to; renounce her overseas traffic. England only needs tip discontinue hers and ber seamen 'who';db not belong to the'navy will nbt' be exposed to danger. That's what we wish to obtain by our submarine war, so that Englatid and lier allies, may be compelled to make war under the same conditions as Germany and her-allies. . I am decidedly of the opinion that our submarines shortly will establish tbeequa marines shortiy-'wlll establish the equal conditions." E London, Feb.. 10.-The Timps' Amsterdam correspondent'sends' {(^ fuller account pt the interyl]ew-wlih"jir-'yoh Stumm, who was ; quoted . a's; saying that after it was leanie.d from Switzerland that Count von Bernstorff re celved his passports, "such treatment compelled us to adopt the. same, measure toward the' United Sftites ambassador here." "United States;-citizens here," Dr. von Stumm said;, "tare, exqellently. They move abouf"treely'anto � adeduately deal . with the blookdde. 'i Calgary, .^Feb.. 1.2.-rJudgment was handed.doji^p $atiirday from tlie ;ap-iJeilate �a^vi&lon of the supreme co^rt in the action brought by Mrs. Ja^e MoLeati. of Macleod, against^ the C.P3. fehe had sued for? damages for the'Idea til of her husband, who was killed lii the C.P.R. yards at Maci leod lii' December, 1915,* by being run over by a train. It was shown that , the deceased' had been rendered in-I capable prior to his appearance on the tracks by reason of whiskey obtained aboard the train. The ' point at Issue in the appeal was that Mrs! McLean applied to change her statement of claim after the trial had started, which application the trial judge refused. The appeal court decision was ffom; Mr., Justice McCarthy was that the trial Judgment was just, because'tlie plaintiff had known for months before, that the statement of. claim should have been amended,'and l)ad taken no-action. Mr. Justice �Beck,, arid .-Mr. Justice Stuart ruled that ' the appllqation slibuld have been allowed, and have ordered a new trial. , The Bulldogs Are Cowing! C R E AM wanted > highest prices paid. for �-.�"5; no;' 1 cream, and check sent ..for each shipment BY return mail MI ARIUK AND CREAM DSLI'/ERED pAILY. BABIESVMILK Ml!':crlnarian. EDGEHILL DMRY Phone 1524 : 801 7th St. 8. The objective of. the three . days' | Patriotic jFund/campaign in Guelpb,! is $100,0.00; of this amount the City Council has, granted, $30,000, and the balance is-to be raised by private subscriptions. Piles Cured In .6 to 14 Days Druggists refund money If PAZO OINTMENT stalls to cuie Itching, Blind, Bleeding or Protruding Piles. First application gives relief. 60c. The Bulldogs Are ComlngI WILL NOT-SAIL New "York, Feb. 10.-Unless the Uu ited: States government provides convoys or guns 'and gunners to protect its ships, the American line, oweers of the steamsbipB fit.-liOUls, St. Paul and other liners will not send tbeni across the Atlantic, it was announced here by P. A. S. Frenkllii, president of the International naercantlle ma-arine. ANCHOR-DONALDSON k MOTHER'S TMIDBIES A mother's unendiVig work and devotion drains and strains her physical strevigth and leaves its mark in dimmcd^eyes and careworn expressions-^ she ages before her time. ; Any mother who is weary and languid should start taking Scott's Emulsion of cod liver oil as strengthening food,and bracing tonic to add-richness 'to her ,b)ood^,-^and build up her nervesjbefore ;t^s toplai^e. ^tatt Scott's Cmulsiou today-^-its tamc'is world-wide, /ficou�Beirac,Ton�ilo;out,- : t*� UnreseFVEilAucfliHiiiale^ Farm Lands We are instructed to sell the following lands by pubjle*' auction vvithout reserve at our .rooms . .-' Oil Weiliiesclay, Feb. 21, At Three p.m. Sharp 8. W. '/4 of 25-7-14, West of 4th,;; situated about i'/z miles from Skiff.iAlta. The land Is unlmprovecT' but cirt all be 'cultivated. ' * N. W. 1/4 of 24-47-24, WMto'^th, situated about 4 miles from Millet, Alta. Unlmproysd and all but 3 or 4 .ikcres can be cultivated. Other details en application. Terms of sale, cash or 10% at time of sale 'and' balance in three ; days. .''>^j Bids may be sent In by malMbuty a 10% deposit must accompany bidl<< Separate bids are requested on each parcel. ,;The fbove lands are frpe fro|r\/l a 11'encumbrances. Standard Auction Mart' 310. Eighth Avenu*'W, | ChAs. Greenfield, Auetioneer. ; ' WHERP TO GO FOB , Tinsmithing, Furnaces/ Gas and Steam Fitting, Plumbing HICK-SEHL HARDWARE CO. - \'r V . - -PHONE 762 2244399? ;