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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 14, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta x^.oH PRINTING *LASS' '5* Herald job department LETHBRiDGE DAILY HERALD hotel Windsor �-^-... V..--~_-j-u--.-jij^;' Best $1.25 a Day Hotel in Alberta Ontario Pure White Glover Honey l*ut and u'luiririitccd iiy owe of IIk' l;ii\uost nnd Ix'st doalors in Ontario. AVc liavi> a sliipnuMil ni" this on should avfivr sonic dav this wmdc. I'rircs as foUows: knoNVi) honcv th(> \va\' that Pint Srah'rs. oacli........................ Fivi' Pound Pails. (>judi . .�. ........ Tvw INnuid Pails eaidi . . . . 4()('. ........$1.0() OFFICE PHONE 1271 THE GOOD CO. high-class groceries STORE PHONE 5 2 5 iClTY AND DISTKICT I Col. May Visitor Lieut.-C"ol. K. G, .May or Culsiirr hwis a week-eml visitor in tlie city. lUSK'.S CHICK FOOD IS MADE BY The Taylor INlilllns a.iul Elevutor Co.. Liuiiled Masonic IVIeeting N'onli Star Lxwls^e No, 4, .\. and .\. .M.. Of.1J..\.. regulnr meetins tonislu 111 S o'l'loclJ.' Brethren iu ;!!U!i Bat-, tery anil IKUh Battalion specially in-j Ivited. Visiting brethren cordially welcome. Wants Wlieat for Exhibition Inimlsration Agent .'V. \\. .\lcI\eo�ii liere wishes to secure about .'lO liusli-els of .\o. 1 winter wlieat for exhibition purposes, and farmers of- Sontli-eni -Alberta who are in possession of this liind of grain are asked to com-nninicate with him., Model Bakery Bread Appeals to the Bread Baker at home -THEY, OF ALL OTHERS. KNOW GOOD BREAD. MODEL BREAD HAS THE GOOD POINTS OF HOME MADE BREAD. IT'S EASIER AND JUST AS CHEAP TO ORDER OUR BREAD WHEN IT IS HARD TO MAKE GOOD BREAD AT HOME THIS COLD WEATHER. ORDER FROM YOUR GROCER OR PHONE 1175 AND THE ,RIG WILL CALL. ,\ THE MODEL BAKERY N. J. SCHWEITZER. PROP. Where Are These People? Information of the whereabonts of Jlr. and Mrs. Joe Simpson, last known to be at Letlibridge, is asked by Thos. ; Varley. of Salmon's Hall. South \ Shields. Diirliam, Ens. -Mr. Varley is j a brother of -Mrs. Simpson. Simpson ' was a miner here. Secretary Pea- i jcock of the Miner's union, has re-1 [ceived the request for information, but I knows nothing of the wliereabouts of \ the couple. Information is also asked of the whereabouts of Arthur Hop-I ton. who left Montreal a year ago. His sister. .Mrs. H. Frew. .'iT Church .Avenue. Verdun, Que., is anxious to learn of him. MONDAY'S GRAIN P-HICES Wampole's PREPARATION OF THE EXTRACT OF Cod Liver Oil This is ratlier a food than a medicine. A food that makes blood, tissue, muscle and hone. (iood lor Kuu-Down People. HO matter what the eaiisc of their eou-dition .lust the thing for chronic colds, coughs, and bronchial iroublos. It lias no disagreeable taste ar odor. Price $1.00 Per Large Bottle The Red Cross Drag & Bcok Co., Limited Calguvy. Feb. H.-.Ml troops will he conllned to barracks after six o'clock this evening. 'I'lio imiulry into Thursday and Friday night's rioting is still going on. There were rumors that two civilians had been arrested by the city j)0lice in connection with the rioting, but it was stated by the chief that, wliile arrests wore expected, none had yet been made. Mayor Costello said today that the city would ask the JJo-minlon government to intern at once all citizens born in Teutonic countries, whether naturalized or not. L nniuMUmwcin The Popularity That BEBF FLOyR ciijoys is due only to l.lio high standard of quality maiutainetl and tlio moderate price at whicli it is sold. See your grocer about it. \ now uiieDN MiiiiiJG I mm\ ca. G .T. P. HOTEL HAS DISCHARGED ALIENS mm VfEEK IN THE Cliy CHUR In this Column Will be Published Every Monday Church Announcements for the Corhlno Week. Notices for This Column Should Reach this office not lat*r than 10 a.m. Monday. Announcements of Entertainments for which Admission is Charged will not, of course, be accepted for this column. ' ; Wlieat- Open Close ( .May...... ... ... U'T-ii 12G 1 .Juiy ... .___ 124-i Oats- - .May ... ;...... ... 4�='}. 4^-i 1 July......... ... 45V8 45 i Barley- 1 I May......... ... . �- n i Flax-  i May ......... ... 214U 214:!� i ,July......... ... 215 M: Winnipeg Cash Prices Wheat- i N'o. I Northern ......,...... 12;;'4 iXo. 2 Northern 121 :.\o. i! Northern ............. lis I No. �! Northern ............, 114 No. 5 Northern 107 Get a Farm of Your Ownl/F' TAKE 20 YEArtS TO PAY 'if you wish. The land will BQpport you and pay for itself. An immense area of the most fertile land in West-j ern Canada for sale -at low prices and easy terms, ranging from $11 to SHU for farm lands with ample rainfall- . irrigated lanCs from *35. Terms- One-twentieth, dowi, balance within ^ twenty, years.. In Irrigation districts ;loan tor farm buildings, etc., up to I S2,000, also repayable in twenty years -interest only 0 per cent. Here is ' your opportunity to increase your (farnv lioldings by getting adjoining ! land, or secure your friends as nelgli-hors. For literatiire and particulars i/apply to I Allan Cameron, Gen'l Supt. of Lands, ; Desk 26, Dept. of Natural Resources, ;C.R.R., Calgary, Alta. Ad. .N'o 0J^ WILSON & SKEITH Local Agents Sherlock Building Lethbridge Have You Tried Carlyle Brand ICE CREAM ? Pure and Wholesome I The Crystal Dairy PHONE 1576 Feed .................... Oats- - No. 'i C. W................. No. S C. W;................ l-:xira 1 Feed .............. .\o. 1 Feed................ Barley- No/ a...................... No. 4 ...................... Rejected .... ............ Feed ....... ............. Flax-No. 1 N. W. C............. No. 2 C. W. ............... Chicago Wheat ......... 128'.V .......... 121 li: Minneapolis Wheat ... .......127 ......... 1240s .Mav July 41)% 405a 3il% ti:; .57 57 U 209 206 127:!� i 12o:i4 sJ^'l-May =-; July 12i; 124 ? ? ? ? : '> : : .:. .;. BOWDEN CLEANED OUT BY FIRE Soaps of Quality Many maker's .of toilet soaps cater io de.ila;7V ^\1'0 regard their customers from 'he stanrt-iinini oi profit ocly-v.'ho ignore iiuality when ii s'tands lu tiie way of profit. These soap manufacturer.'? seek to hide tlie p.'-esenc-^ ui impure materials by the use of pungent perfumes, .iomo using coloring matifer if necessary. We' have none subli. " i^very soap maker represented' in cur stock, of Joilet ami batli soaps has earned a repu-\ation for producing higli gradf; goods, sucli as ' Rexall Toilet Soap, 10c,  Violet Dulce Soap, 25c. Harmony Toilet Soap, 25c. D'Artagnan Soap, 35c. Bouquet Jeanice, 35c. Blemish Soap, 25c. Harmony, Rose or Violet, 20c, or 3 for SOc. And our buying power usually enables us to save you some-, thing on the cost. There's one thing certain- you get soap (luaiity when you l)uy iiere.......... ...... J. D. Higiflbolham & Co. --- Limited iLdmontou, Feb. 12.-Following the narrowly-averted attack on the Jlnc-donald hotel last night by the soldiers the cause for tlie grievance has been removed and tlio management has been taken over by local oilleials of the Grand Trunk Railway. D. B. -Miiligan, superintendent of G. T. P. hotels, will arrive here tomorrow night and in tlie meantime, .\. B. Walton, divisional superintendent, and W. J. P. -McGregor, divisional freight agent, will be in charge. Ali alien Iielp not liolding natural-iization paoers has lieen dispensed I with. .Air. .Miiligan will deal lurtlier I with tlie situation on his arrival here. � ! NEPHEW OF KAISER CAUGHT ON CRUISER St. .Inlm, N. B., Feb. 12.-Prince Francis Joseph of Hohenzoliorn, a nephew of the kaiser, was one of the prisoners captured on tlie aerinnn cruiser Emden wlien that commerce raider was destroyed by the Australian cruiser Sydney, according to Seaman Jferritt who, with other -Atis tralinn navy men, has arrived liere from Bermuda en route to Ihigiand. Alerritt says the I'rince, it is understood, went insane after being taken to England. At Westminster Tontght at S o'clock, E'jnvortli League, Valentine iiocitil. Wednesday af 8 p.m., prayer meeting ,in the parsona-ip. Thursday aftor.rcon at :! o'clock. Ladies' Aid at the ptirsonage. Friday at 4,15, junior choir practice. At Wesley Wednesday niglit, regular prayer meeting. Tuesday afternoon, tiio ladies of the church will sew at the Red Ciross rooms. . * Thursday at S p.m., choir practice. At Knox Wednesday evening, prayer meeting. �� . Thursday evening, choir practice. At St. Augustin's Tonight, the Men's Society in, the club room. Friday afternoon al 4.15, the Junior W. .\. at tho rectory. At St, M-3ry's Wednesday at S p.m., service of intercession, i-'riday evening, the Girls' Society. At St. Andrew's .Monday at ,S p.m.. Senior Y. P. S. Wednesday isvening. Adult Uiblo class. Thursdav at 8 p.m.. choir practice. Friday at 7.:i0. Intermediate AM'.S. Preparatory service at 8 o'clock. At St. Cyprian's Tonight at, the Boys' Club in tho parish room. Thursday afternoon at " o'clock, the ladies of the church will sew at the Red Cross rooms. The other regular meetings of tlie week are cancelled owing to llic absence of tile rector. At Baptist Wednesday at 8 p.m.. regular prayer meeting; At Scientist Wednesday evening, testimony meeting. At Christian Tonight' at 8 o'clock, tlie Christian [Indcavor at tlio cliurch. Wednesday at 8 P.m., prayer meelr ing fit the liome of .Mr. and Mrs. Stra-clian, 802 7tli Street South. TWO CANDIDATES FOR THE PRIVY COUNCIL Winnipeg, Feb. 12.-The Winnipeg Telegram pubiislies the following dispatch from Ottawa today; "It is ut;-derstood to be tlie intention of tiie government to raise Andrew Brode.ur, M.P., Ounday, and David Henderson, M.P., llalton, to the rank of privy councillors in successiloii to the late Hon. Geovgo Clare and Jlon. Samuel Barker." QUEBEC GOVERNMENT REFUSES TO BUTT IN Quebec, Feb. 12.-In the legislature g, Friday un. answer was given to Ar-Jniand Lavergne's intorpellation regarding the position of tlie CJuebec government in tiit; Ontario bi-lingual school controversy.' 'J'lie government informed Mr. i^avergne that (lie fed- HIGH SCHOOL GIRL Run-Down, Weak and Nervous- Made Strong by Vinol. i'^or the benefit of I.etlibridge school girls who overwork and got into highly nervous, weak, and rundown condition, we publish this letter from Dorris Copller, of Fort Worth, Tex.,-"I go to the high school and take music lessons, and became I'aris, l-'eh. J4..-l{eHorts of the Icm.s lun down, weak and very nervous, .so 1 the French cc-uispr Admiral Char-1 j ,;ould not do anything. nor, ivtifcli was repoittd to have been sunk by n suhinarlhe which was patrolling the .Syrian coast, were coii-lirmed today. AcciinihiK to iiilorina-tiuii received, at French military headquat.lers, ii r'l''^ bearinji one live i would sliakc all. uvev and could have screamed at times, and was really unfit to keep on with ,niy studies. .Mother purchased a bottle of Vinol tor me and within a week I was better, and in two weeks I had gained sailor iind the bodifs of fourteen o!:five pounds and felt fine." his companions had been picked up lt( is the curative Btrengthenlng oil the coast,cVSycia. 'I'he rescued eieiiients of the triie cod liver ex- man said, thai the' 'Admiral Charner was sunk on the iiiuching; of Fehn;ary 8th. He fii'dared tliere was no time to use life boats.. LOCAL MARKETS PRICES Police Court , In colice couri^ this moniing tlie j Mexican Indian I.e Grand, who ap-|eral government liad not been ap- xotice .Take notice that the City of Lelb bridge will make application at the-next Bluings of. the Provincial Legislature for an Act amending the Lethbridge City Cliartei- by giving the Council power to impose a penalty not exceeding twelve per cent (12%) per annum for ail taxes or portion of taxes unpaid on the dates fised hy by-law, and furtlier to give the City Council power to raise money by way of treasury notes upon the security of unparid taxes. Dated ai'Lethbridge, Alberta, this 7th day of February, A. D., 19U,. AV. S. BAiLL, Solicitor for the t;ity of, Lethbridge. Calgary, Feb. 14.-l-'ire at Bowden on Sunday destroyed the portion of the town with a loss of $;!0,000. SAVED FROM SEIZURE THE NtAL WAY Overconjes Cause and Effects of UsloiK DRINK or DRUGS In a'few dayu at the NBAl. INSTJ-TUTP. 820 Thirteenth avenue west. .Calgary. Call, write or. phone W4525 i lor information, Vancouver. Feb. 12.-Kev. J. s. Henderson, D.D., whose iiome was threatened with seizure, and the other ministers who backed the iiamphiet "The Crisis In British Columbia." and thus became liable for the SI500 costs and judgment in the libel suit brought by Alexander Lust, ;M. L. A., were this �ihprning saved from further disiruiui by the generosity of some undisclosed angel, wJio paid the balance of ihe amount of THEY HAVE CONFESSED Chicago, Feb, 12.-Confession to therobberj^ of the Internal Revenue ofllce at &t.'. Paul January C, when stamps aggregtitlug S(J,00,000 and $;i000 In money, jwas stolen from the old fedej'kr building lliere, was obtained today from.orie of the three men arrested wlthVthelr wives hero last night. Peter Draiitzberg, an operative in the federal secret service, announced the confession butwauld not. aay from j.wliioh of the prisoners It wap oljtalned. LOCAL GRAliM Waion pnces: Wlieat ..................... Oats ............ ,.......... Flax ........................ Bavlf. ..................... Track pricps : Wheal ..................... Oats ....................... Fiax ..................... SUYINi- -.-rilCtS FOR peared in police circles last week, ; was again before tiie magistrate, Icliarged witii having no visible means I of support, tie was remanded till 102 I tomorrow until htb- ca.Ho can be in-;V2 jvostigated. J. lloratfe, a Canadian, 179 who b!e^v in from Cranbrook, could 1!),'. give no good acocjunt of lilniself. "Asked why he didti't enlist lie didn't lOX.V know. The magistrate advised him :j7j to try a baili. Ho was given 20 days. l!)5-; Churcliuk, i:hart;ed with being H^y .rirunU, admitted it and waii lined proached with reference to the oiluca tlonal (luestion in Ontario, and tliat it was not ilio iiitentiou of the gov, eminent to make any representationii ill the mutter. Ko. I timothy, baled, ton ......10.00 ' ^'"'^ts. His frlenii, Fabre, N'o. I aU'alia, liali'd, ton ...... Standard alfaUa ..................... No. 2 alialla ............................ No. 1 blucioint ....................... Livestock ..nti Poultry CiioiCi' steers, 5; to lij. Fat cows, nl to ti. Sheep-Clioice killiii;; wi'Vlicrs. 7. Sheep-Choice killing ewes, tl.L .Select lios,s, l.'>0-2.=ifi lbs., H!.. Live lowl, 12c. g'jQlan .AuBtrian, who tried to extricate ! Iiliii from the tolls of the 'lolice by j^'oQ ;several side sv/ijies in tho general (j'jQ i direc-tion of tlic; chief, wu.s soaked or :',0 days ;i� a leaHoii. Long ! (bluing, a Clilnaiiiau, charged with i theft, was found to be a bad character and will luk(! lessons in conduct ill .the .Mounted I-'olice barrackH for 15 days. A woman found in bad com-))any on the streels was picked up and pleaded to bo aliowjjd to go liack BUYING PRICES FOR '>.l^vji))(,iriU(Ml Fj'iijts. A]>:ri('(its, Poac'lics, I'rmu'S, IMtKMl riiinis, Ki<,^'s, EVAPORATED-^ APRICOTS, extra Choice, per Jb. - - � 10 lb. boxes ; , ... ITic .... ?1.50 EvPiPORATED'- � PEACHexfra Choice, per Ib.r., 10 lb. boxes, each ....,.$1.00 -- PVAPORATliD-\ FIGS, two pounds for EVAPORATED PRUNES, large size, per lb, ..... 10 lb, boxes, each _-^-_ .... $1.10 EVAPORATED-PITTED PLUMS - per ib; 15c We also have a few boxes of Small size Prunoo 10 lbs. boxes ..,..... H. A. McKlLLOF NEXT H,BF