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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 15, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta 'IbSs PRINTING IhERALD ;job DEPARTMENT mm Where are you Going my Pretty Maid " ? Tm Going for Flour, Sir/'she said ''Then see that you get it Taylor Made" ''You Bet Your Life, Sir," she said Ontario Pure White Glover Honey Vnl uj) niid gnarni\(('C(l by one of the ljirp;esl: iViul Ufs!; known lionoy 'dealers in Oiitiirio. AVe Inive a slilimient of tills on the way tlial. should arrive some day this week. ' Priees as riilloyvs: '  Phil Sealers, each ................---- 40c. Pive Pound Pails, eaeh;......>1.00 Ten J'ouud Pails eaeh . .... OFFICE PHONE 1271 HIGH-CLASS GROCERIES STORE PHONE 52 5 iCITY AND DISTRIGT ___\ Soldier Visitor. Pte. Qiierrle of the KUIV O. M. R.. .Medlcim> Hat, is visiting friends in the city. Gets 20 Days At poiice court tills moiiiing the only case was that of Le Granil, the Jlcjcican lialf breed, who wa.s picked up us a vug on Sunday. He was given 20 days tu figure out a job. Massed Choir Concert UNDER THE AUSPICES of THE alberta musical festival To Leave for Front AYord has been received in the city that Lieut. H. .1. Goode. attached to * the divisional Kagineers, expects to � i leave Kngland any day now for the " ' front. AT THE IvXOX PKE.SB\:TERIAiy GHtRCH FRIDAY, FEB; 18th, at 8.30 p.m. * Choruses and Pnrt Songs hy Combined Choirs of 100 Voices MRS. F. L.HAMIV10ND, SOPRANO MR. H. G. KILNER, Baritone MR. S. SADOWSKI, Violinist Admission 50 cents 1h '4" WAIT! -FOR THE GRAND- OPENING SALE western mercantile -^company-- Attending Synod A large number of local people arc attending the Anglican Synod whicii ' is In session in Calgarj- this weel>. .Vniong the nuinher are Canon .7. E. Murrell-Wright. Judge Jackson, G. 11. Harmon ano^.'R. A. Smith of St. Au-gustius: Canon W. V. Mcllillen and I-Messrs. D. A: Simpson and, 13. JacU-�son of St. Cyprian's; Rev. C. H. Pop-j (ham and .Mr. J. P. Unswortli of St. Jlary's. Rev. Canon .Monat of Card-ston also went north yesterday to attend the Synod. Death of Miss Bessie Sm.ith The deatU of Jtiss Bessie Smith, I IS-yealr-old daughter of J(r. and -Mrs.! Sy. G. Smith, of Lethbridge, occurred j lat Gait hospital yesterday, after only 'a week's illness. The young girl, who lhad been out from Efllnburgli only I three . months, had been . suffering ;from la grippe, when she suddenly I took more seriously ill and was taken 'to the hospital. The funei-al -will [take place Wednesday afternoon at J2.30 from Fetterly's undertaking parlors. The young lady had come to Letlibridge only three months ago, her parents not having .seen her previous to'that for nine "years. oie s PREPARATION OF THE EXTRACT OF Cod Liyer This is rather a food than a' medicine. A food that makes blood, tissue, musclo and bone. Gooil ioi* Kiin-I>�)>vii i^eople, lio iiiattci* wliut the cause . of tlieii' condition Just the thing for chronic colds, coughs,' and bronchial troubles. It has or odor. no disagreeable taste -Price $1.00 Per Large Bottle The Red Cross prMg & Book Co., Limited ? ? ? ?i> ??????? CALGARY CHILD KILLED Cnlgar.v, Keb. IS.-Ian Drum-mond, a 15-year-old boy, was instantly killed tli'ls afternoon when struck by a falling-live wire while on the way to school. . � >*� >*. �^ *^ *t* *>*;*t* 'J* TUESDAY'S GRAIN PRICES Closer 4ri Wheat- Open May ... ... ... ... i-'6>i July ... ... ... ... 124% : Oats- iJlay ... ... ... ... 4.iT; .July ... ....... ... .45 Barley- May......... ... - 7:; Flax- May .;. ... ... 2141^ 'July......... ... . Winnipeg WTieat- Xo. 1 Northern i.Vo. -1 Northern ',N'o. 3 Northern Xo. 4 Northern Xo. 5 Northern Xo. 0 Northern Cash Prices I : '; Court Postponed . The dlstiiot court session which Kffi.;. ;>U'a8. to have begun today was post-^l^'pouod for one week by His Honor 'Judge Jackson. ' - -^. V;,>7, - Ofttn Meetlna |fk)vTJie-Xioyal Order.of Mooafe will hold Jiiljan-open meeting tonight All interest-�i!|-?,:^djn"*,social evening invited. Carpet-*t,;j)all !wiU \)e on the iboards. iiiii BbpzerSoaked Htisbiands o,Tbev Chicago^'!Tribune ediforlaily K'^iays;;"'A man cannot'expect to soak i hlR'copBtituilon'In alpohol, to ruin his I physique by liquor'and .have healthy chHUren." ' , . ' : v' _ -'r .The N^al Three-Day Treatnient will elipninate the virulent polsoiiicreate a iloalbing'for'Uqijor or.drugs and'^oon i iv-, restore natural appetite, . plftop;: and & 'isnormalVmental and'f physical condl-S- ',tipn8, f * 'For full InfonnaUou call or address � Uteii'Neal Institute, 820 13th AVeniie West,, Calgary,'or phone W4o25. i;,6P;,Neal Institutes in Principal Cities --7--^ j_ r. Have You Tried ^Cariyle Brand CREAM ? _ School Board The school board held a special meeting this afternoon at i:M to consider the ijBxImates. .\ccording to the charter the board's estimates should be In the clty'.s hand.s today. Editor Here .Mnong the delegates to the Odd-fellowfi sessions hero tliis^ week is V. C. French, editor o� tlie"" Wctaskl-win Times. ' No Supreme Court Tiiere were no cases for^ the ad jo.urned sessioa of the supreme court i^vftlch was to have been held today, So'JIr. Justice Hyndraan did not come down.. There Is a possibility how that a case will be ready for Friday, and if so, court will he held. Feed ... ..... ..y... ...... Gets- Xo. 2 C. W................. No. 3 C. W. .____........... Extra No.* I Feed ........... Xo. 1 Feed........... Xp. .; Feed..........'....... il?.rley- Xo. 3 . 4>>>>* >.*.** .\o. 4 .   > >'*� (�.>�  ... Uejecied Feed .. ............ FIa.\- Xo. 1 .N . w. c............. Xo. 2 C. \v.................. Chicago Wheat May ... .....; ... 127; July ... ... ... ;.. 120^4 Minneapolis Wheat' -May .. ......... 12B'.4 July .. ... ... ,.. 12-1 71 "-4 21.'. 21C 124 V� llSTs 107-/k 101% 9ti% London, Feb. 15.-Premier As-quith in an address in the House _of^Comm�ns today on the progress of the war, said that In the last few weeks there had been recru- . de'scence of activity on both sides in France and that the allies had held their own well. .Mr. Asquith said a large vote of credit would be asked for next , week. The Premier statud Ihnt the situation of the Bri I islr forces in Mc.sopo-\j lamia, which 1ms been a source of coneeru to tlie lOnglish house,'Imd improved materially and- that Cieneral Townshend, whose army is surroimd-cd bv Turks at Kut-El-Amara, was holdini; his own. � nimiUuiiPATuil ^lURBESr FLOUR enjoys is due only" to the liigli , .; staiulard of quality maiiitairieclr--"*: and the. moderate price at wkic]i,v." itis sold. See yonr grocer about:.: - it. ,' ' now ^ ':. I '.--..i' � ElllSONJIIlLING & lUVATOR CO. 43 Vi 41% 4n4 .3Svi Correspond en ce Cards for Short Notes : Few people use a shfe^t of paper la writing short notes nowadaysT-the coijresppntlBnce card is the popular way. -More popular still Is- tlie. cor-reepondence card with y'pur initial in the upper' left cdrner. We have a fine correspondence card, neatly, initialled � In gold-a good snappy ftock.which is proving very popular which we have marked at an attractive price 24-t:ards and-24 envelopes J. D. Higinbolham & Co. � " " Limited .. , , The J^2^aSk ^''^ J BY'' b 08^3 ('.3 i>7Vi S7Vi 2�yi,.j, ^0{',V' I Lethbridge, "fair WEATHER Father Dead 'Word was received In the city of the/death at Huntingdon, Que., of Mr. Charles Brown; father of Mrs. Chas. McCleiiaghani � Of this city. Air. Mc-Cienafbafi-has.gone cast to attend tiio Wneral; .^-v;,-. . 12SH i2i-i -127V1 12.^'A LOCAL IMARKETS PRICES �advk^va^rt, at Ilrst, but won't be too bad when he getb 4ised to It.-TT.Macleoch-Spefcta-toi, HAT ALIENS DISMISSED , \':'::-i>J;:^r:'i':':'t'i:' .i,,.,^ -r /.'''':' ' �.'6:: ,�! WeajOin^  Wat, Feb. 14.-Alio.ut, a apqi-^soKAUBtrjanB and Gerjuans �wfeie dUmJflnedvfby, various employers here tPRfkXj' At l^ast one of the persons *-"(i|!(\iB^94'-',,wa� � a naturalized: Caua- LOCAL I GRAIN W.ison prices: Wheat........................... 102 Oats............. .............32 Fla.\ ....................................... 179 ; Barle\ . . I'll I Tracit prices : , iWheat ..;......'........, ..;.............. 10$^ iOats.................................. 37', Flax ........................................ U)(J BUYINti Hi-ilCES i FOR HAY No. 1 timothy, baled, ton ...... 10.00 No. 1 aUalta, baled, ton ..... O.iJO Stanilat'd .alfalfa........................ n,00 Nb. 2 .illalfa ,....................... 8.00 No, 1 bUicjoiiit..............0.50 Livestock anti Poultry Choice steers, n,! to (jj. ^ .', J. .27 ;20 The weather over the prairie pro-vinces lias been mostly mild! at all points. Forecast .Ml West-Fine.and nilld today and on V.'eUueHdny. n. 24 "III ' 22 �tiU 8 4J 21 ,",4 3,'. 30 V.4 44 40 r. 27 -- Montreal, Feb. 14.-The Bell Tele phone company this evening successfully opened the Montreal-Vancouver line, said to be tlic longest ear-io-ear circuit in tlie world, 4227 miles. The New Yorl{-San FrancUco line, recently opened, is about 3400 miles In length. . Tlic demonstration took place, in the -Ritz-Carltbn ballroom, where ipore tham a hundred prominent citizens we're seated as guests of tho Self, Jr., general manager, presiding. Self, ,lr., general manager, presiding. A number of ladies In the galleries were interested spectators. A small telephone receiver was placed at the disposition of ;tbe guests at tho' liead table. i ' Lord Shaughnessy, j)resident of the C. P. n., had a siiort discussion with F. W. Peters, superintendent of tlie G. F.K., in "Vanqouver; Sir f^edorlok Wiliiams-Tayior, general manager of the .Bank of Montreal, talked >vith Douglas Pi. Clarke ut the Vancouver branch of tho Bank of Montreal, and Alderman JjiKllo Uoyd or Montreal congratulated Mayor .VIcBeath on his election to tlie chief magistracy of Vancouver. Tiie demonstration Included chats with ' Sun Francisco, and concluded ivltli "God Save tho King" hoiiig given by a gramophone at Vancouver, with the guests In tho Itltz-Carlton stand-iiig. ' � , , -OF- FURNITURE On THURSDAY, FEB. 17th At 624 7th Street S., at 2 pan. W. L. WILSON - - Auctioneer Is Instructed to sell the following: "  Beds, springs, mattresses, dresser and stand; combination bookcase and writing desk; one 3-plece parlor suite; 3. centre table.^; 1 buffet; 1 rbund extension dining table; 1 lounge; 1 8-day clock; I china,tea sett; 1 7-drawer drop-head Singer Sewing machine;. 1 22-rifle; 1 (l-hole -McClary range with high closet and, reservoir; tiishes, kitchen utensils, etc. . ,� . ' -TERMS CASH- COALDALE Steartier on Fire 3. 0. E. Meeting ' Tlu; S, O. K. meet tomorrow night at S o'clock shar-j, to be followed by carpetball came will) the .iMaJI Oar-rlora at S.ao, AH memheiH are rer quested to lie present sharp: on time.' Piles; Cured In 6 to 14 days Uruggisls i-efimd money If. PAZO OlNTMliNT falls to cuie UchltiB, Blind, Bleeding or Protruding Piled. First appllcatlqn glvss rollef.' 50o. ', AUDITORIUM RINK I'aiBniPB. per,cVt.f, f' ^ 'r-y'i^^ '�^::':. ;^'': ^ :v:f-^--*3.>�^'a'. BRING WIDOWS AND CHILDREN TO DOMINION �London. Feb. 14.-A scheme . for fietillnjj overseas the, Avidows- and tamllies/^t fallen iSoidlers is tlie object of the trip to Canada of Commissioner Uavid Lamb, of jtlio Salvation Army emigration department who sailed' by the Missanable. APrlor to sailing ho had interviews with tho colonial secretary ant^ the president of tho board of trade.  MGR. AYLMER SICK London, Ont., I''eb. 14.-iMgr. Aylmpr of Sarnla,'former rector of, St. Peter's cathedral, this city, Avas one of tlie guosts at the banquet to Archbishop Mundeleln in Chlca.q;o last Thursday nlght,^when practically all oC ttio 300 guests wore stricken through eating poiapncd soup.  PANTAGES VAUDEVILLE- --at tho Orphoum, packed them In like sardlnDH last night. Tlie management was obliged to stop nolling ticlcetA 15 minutes to nine, which is ample proof that tho people of r. ordered or your bowels inactive. Let/ thia safe,'" mild, dependable remedyT regulate these organs and put theia in a sound and healthy condition. i BEECHAM'S PILLS LursMt S�lo of Knr Medlel� in th. 'Worl4 Sold aTarywbar*/In l>ox�> 28'f�U^ MASQUERADE'. COSTUMES All kjjjds of Fancy>'Dress and Comic Costumes ,gt the Alberta Picture Gaijery, -Hull � Blook^ Open Evenings-/Jto,8.30 p,mi :lh\gi\oWy, /Hav-o J:liom :tor I'utui-c use hy ]my-= ' .'FIGS, two pounds ,l.,,2gg 17i(5 .... $1.50 .,:,:.'?l.oo EVAPORATED PRUNES, largo>  size,, per. lb; .......____ '10 lb,' boxes, eacli' .$1.10 EV/>)R0RATED-' , PITTED PLUMS per ib..... 7* We'-alBO! hav(j..a fpvv boxo? pf SrTi8�H',a!%9 Prunes .-- 10*.'ll??. tjoxw...... 15.P 1x09 pf 90f: P,jH0NE;9->iKia and 4ig^ D99B ;