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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 18, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta PRINTING H^QH cu\vss LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD HOTEL WINDSOR Best $1.25 a Day Hotel in Alberta 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 Take Advantage of Our Special Week-end Sales and Save Money on Your Grocery Bill Our slnck has been 1)(UI!a1i1 rij^hl, the (luality ahvays consHUrrcd I'irst NA'hoIesalo prices on noaiiy e>ory I'me you can luontioii have artvanced BUTTER Dairy. :J lbs tor -i^l.OO Creamery. 2 lbs. lor 7.5 cents__ Delicious Home Made Candy and Popcorn If you do notuse our candy, you don't get the best. T. H. KEITH 3rd Avenue Beside P. Burns Co. ANNOUNCEMENTS ,- i Anangenients are being completeil ! by the coinniUtee to have the Leap ' Year Social next Tuesday evening. A very enjoyable ail'air. Tlie floor in ithe'K. otP. hall will be in excellent \ condition and the decorations will be very anistic. Twenty five per cent i of the proceeds will be donated to the Red Cross Fund. Tickets should be obtained now from the committee. -1 Don't forget the free trousers at Fred Thaell's FriQay and Saturday. I Come early and avoid the rush. -1 I With each suit or overcoat order-I ed Friday or Saturday, we will give j free of charge one pair of trousers. Hart-Patterson Hardware Co. liave ! removed to the Rurgniann Block, 13th i Street North. '; The Western Mercantile Co.. are ; opening their store at tlOU ;;rd .Vve. j South tomorrow. I Order your Spring Suit or Over-I coat now at Thaell's. Be ready for j you when you need it, and we will j give you free of charge an extra pair of trousers. ."iS ONTARIO WHITE CLOVER JiONEY, just in, dU-eel from a large honor dealer in Ontaiio,- very I'inesi (lualily. pinl sealers, each ... 40c. o pouitd pails, each ..................$1.00 Ten pound pails, each .................$1.95 COMB HONEY, California White Clover, price per section ............................. 25c NEW LAID EGGS, per dozen ............50c. BROOKFIELD PORK SAUSAGE, cartons or packages, fresh in on Friil.Ty. per lb......25c. CREAM BRICK CHEESE, finest Wisconsin make, per lb............................. 40c COCOANUTS, each ...................... 20c FRESH CELERY, per lb...................11c. CAULIFLOWERS, each ..................25c. RIPE BANANAS, per dozen ................35c, FINEST NAVAL ORANGES, per dozen 25c, 271^0 40c and 50c. .pOOD SIZE CALIFORNIA LEMONS, per do/. 25c. APPLES, all in perfect condition. Wagners, Roman Beauties, York Imperial, Winter Banana, Ontarig, etc.. No. Is -tier case ......... $2.10 No. 2s per case ......................... $1.85 LARGE LUG CRATES, each .............. $1.75 QUEEN OLIVES, in bulk, per pint ,....... 30c. FRESH OYSTERS, per pinl .............. 50c. OYSTER CRACKERS, i; lbs for ............ 2bc JAPAN RICE, best quality, Victoria Cross Brand 4 pounds for ............................ 25c. MOLASSES, for baking. L' lb. tins, '2 tins for 2oc. 'j gals, each 35c: Gallons eaih ......... 65c. JELLY POWDERS 4 packets tor .......... 25c GENERAL GROCERIES CORN, PEAS, AND BEANS, Harvest brand. Four tins for ..........................45c. TOMATOES, Size lis. Harvest brand ;i tins lor 40c FRENCH PEAS. .Moyons, 4 tins ............ 45c PORK AND BEANS, Clark'.s, :! tins ........ 25c. PORK AND BEANS-llelnz's :i tins lor____35c. CANNED FRUIT IN HEAVY SYRUP, SIZE 28,- ..ASSORTED, special 7 tins for .......... $1.00 ..ASSORTED, Special per case .......... $3,60 ABSOLUTELY PURE JAMS, 4 lb. palls- STRAWBERRY, PlCft PAIL ............. 75c. RASPBERRY AND BLACK CURRANT .... 70c. PEACH, PLUM AND GOOSEBERRY ....... 6?c. CRAB APPLE JELLY .................... 65c. MARMALADE ........................... 60c. ROSE BRAND, PURE FRUIT JAMS WITH APPLE JELLY, FINE QUALITY-Raspberry, . Strawberry, Red and Black Currant, Peach and Plum, also Red Currant Jelly, Very special. per 4 lb. pall ..........................45c ROLLED OATS, Robin Hood, cartons, L' for . ""Sc ,S pound sacks, 2 for...................65c. �JO pound sacks, per sack................7bc. . GERMADE-10 lb sacks, each ............. 40c SODAS in tins, Mooucy's Perfection Cream. p;'r tin ................................... 2'jc. NORTH-WEST BISCUIT CD's and McCORM- ICK'S large packets, i; packets for ....... 45c EVAPORATED APRICOTS, Best iiuality. Victoria Cross Brand, per lb................. 15c. EVAPORATED PEACHES, be?t quality, Victoria Cross Brand, i)er lb...................... 10c. EVAPORATED PRUNES, fine fresh stock, per pound 10c, 121 oc and ..................... 15c TO HOTELS, RESTAURANTS AND OTHER LARGE CONSUMERS, special prices given on quantity lots TO OUT OF TOWN CUSTOMERS. We prepay freight charges on large orders. Write for our special price list. OFFICE PHONE 1271 THE GOOD CO. HIGH-CLASS GROCERIES nmcMiAiiPATCin . 1 The Popularity That 'OUR BEST" FLOUR  enjo^vs is fluo oiil^'- to the high standard of quality maintained and the moderate price at which it is sold. See your grocer ahoub it NOW ELIISON MIlLfNG � ELEVIlTOft CD, STORE PHONE 52 5 CITY AND DLSTRICT Soo Official Here .T. H. Murtaiigh of Calgary, freight and passenger agent of the Soo railway, is in the city on business. Joins University Regiment K G. Sick, son of Fritz Sick, managing director of the Lethbridge Brewing and ilaliiug Co., will leave i Help Red Cross i It is practically decided among the i ^ I merchants that t^iey will agree to re-i 'main open on February li'.Uh, Red; Cross Day, until ten o'clock at night. 1 To Cure a Cold in One Day Take LAX.A.TIV1-: BRO.MO QCININF,, , , ----- Tablets. Druggists refund Kioney it u I shortly for bdmonton to jom the Lni-i|,,,;.g fails to cure. E. W. GftOVK'S signature is on each box. L'.'.e. Autos and Implements | .V carload of Ford autos reached the | city tliis morning for the local agent i Several carloads of farm im Hev. J. Henderson has been invited to remain a fourth year at the Methodist church, Kingal. versity battalion which is being ^\so re^c\ieA io^ ihi.. cruued by western universities among .;[,t,,^,io,^, Harvester Co. and the university men of the west. Mr. Sick is a home-bred boy and will add another to the list of local boys who have joined His Majesty's forces. i.Massey-Harris Co. Saturday c. Specials D. f'hoice I'oi'k. ally cui per Ih. ..,..-. .> Choice (.'reaniery Butter, 2 Ihs. it)r >:. Spare Rih,,.... .r.7.;.:.; Liver, 2 Ihs for........1.-. Dill Pickles, per dozen . ('andled l\ii',ii;s, o do'/en I'or, .... Choice Pot Roasts of Beef per Ih �. . 18c . 7.}(' . l()c. . !.'>(. . 15c. .1>1.00 . 1.5c. AVe Sell Nolhinj� but the Tiest PHONE 492 Alberta Meat Market W. H. HOPKINS, PROP, THE OLDEST ESTABLISHED MEAT MARKET IN THE CITY Police Court L. T. Rodgers while in a semi-drunken state last night made re- ! marks of a pro-German nature which j icost him and costs in police court I I this morning. He is an Irishman and! ; should have known better. W. .Mc-1 j Kinnon was drunk and used his heavy i boots as weapons, and was lined five ; for assault. W. H. Perry, .M. Sullivan, J. Rosander and Eric Anderson were ; all revelling too freely and drew three i and costs. The drunks are having a ; poor lime of it at police court tliese j line days. ^ j Sequel to Row ; The seciiiel to the Galli St. family jrow which resulted in a line of one idollar being tacked on Mike Ona-frenachuk for assault on Nick Holo-watch was heard in i>olice court this morning, and the result is that Holo-1 watch, winner in bout No. 1. is re-1 manded for trial on a charge of per- j jury. In the first case ilolowatch swore that he did not make certain j statements ,attributed to him, wliich f contained references derogatory to the reputation of -Mrs. Onafrenachuk. The latter and her husband are quite positive that the accused did make them, and brouglu witnesses in an endeavor to prove that he did make them, and that therefore his evidence at the liist trial was perjury. Magistrate- Elton untangled the skein as best he could and decided that the whole matter might be decided at a higher court, so Ilolowatch was remanded. The Way To Avoid Colds It is cjjsy to avoid a cold (H' ai h'ast to throw it olT when it li rst si a rts if XYALS LAXACOIJ) jre-taken. Get a bo.\ now and keep-them handy for immediate use. They cure a cold at any stage, hut you'll avoid all discomforts and danger by taking them w-lien the first symptoms of a cold appear. Price 25c. The Red Cross Drag & Bcok Co., Limited CITY AND DISTRICT Advertising Man Here ' H. .T. Roche, western Canada representative of the Outcaull Advertising Ngenoy, of Chicago, is in the cily. Include A. O. F. The S. O. E. and Kentish Society farewell supper to tlieir members who are leaving with the ;!!lth Battery will include the A. O. F. All niembers of these societies arc requested to lie present at 7 p.m. on Saturday in the S. O. E. hall. Coutts Train Late The Coutts train, which was held up on A\'ednesdny by a washout south of Warner, reached the city last evening at 5 o'clock. Tlie train returned this morning, leaving Lethbridge on time, the truck having liejn repaired. Other trains are all running on time. Death of Chinaman Jim Sing, wlio owned a restaurant at Vulcan, Alta., died on Wednesday. His body has been brought to Lolli-bridge for interment. The funeral will take place on Sunday afternoon at 2.;i(i from the Cliinese .N'atlonal jClub, Jnd Avenue. Gow Dong of this city is a cousin of the deceased. U.S. Refuses To Accept NJew Hun Policy Washington, Feb. 18.-All American diplomatic and consular officials abroad have been notified in a circular communication from the state departm.ent that the position of the United States is that merchant ships have the right to carry defensive armament. This move, which became known today, is the first formal announcement that the United States does not accept as legal the announced intention of Germany and Austria to sink armed merchant ships without warning after Feb. 29, as coming within international law. Sweden Accepts It Washington, Feb. 18.-Sweden has infornully advised the state department that in consequence of the announced intention of Germany and Austria to sink armed merchantmen without warning after Feb. 29th, it will notify its nationals not to, travel on such ships. on parade, on hchali of the cliurchrs of llip cit), anil the Bible Society, wishing them (ioilspccU and good success. Expects to Go Soon I'to. J. Skelton has just returned to I.elliliririge to spend a few days' leave with his parents before leaving lor the Old Country with the A.:M.C. The Winchester Arms company, which luul large war orders, had profits o! 1115 per cpnt. last year. MOTHERS WHO HAVE DAUGHTERS Read How to Care for Their Health. Battery Boys Are Given Testaments Independent Meat Market Can supply you Avitli the l) in Beef, Pork, Mutton, Etc. AYe haiidh' iiOiLiiig hid tlie choiccsi meals olnainahJe and all kind.'s of Ksh, i'resh Hali-hiifc, Salmon, Cod, Herring', Soles, etc. It pleases us t-o please you. G'i've lis a tri'al, INDEKENDENT MEAT MARKET �PHONC-^JS 405 5th Street South FRIDAY'S GRAIN PRICES Wheat- Open Close ! .May.......... 1-'S% .Iiily.......... Oats- �May.......... -iiili �111', .luly.......... 1.0 �l-'iV-l- Barlev- .\Iav..........    72 ] Flax- l-May.......... . 2M1', July.......... l'k; Winnipeg Cash Prices Wheal- -No. 1 .N'orthern .. ........... 12�'., ^ .N'o. 2 Northern ,, ........*.. 124 So. ;! .N'orthern .. . *  1211/, No. 4 Northern ., ]17',;i Gats- No. L- C.'W....... .,,,....... 4-1 i/i No. 3 ............ -I2ti Hurley- No. 3 ............ ^'o, -1............ Chicago Wheat .May........... .. 12!M4 129% July......... . . . 122% i2;i% Minneapolis Wheat .May.......... .. 128 12ffVi July...... ... . .. J 20 126?.l Drinking Water There seems to be an impression that Alum used in elivrlfy-iiig water produces an injurious effect; there is absolutely no reason for such. A very snuill (piantity la leasiioonlMl In a gallon)-is all that is necos-.sary, and most of this will bo found III the sediment at the bottom of the receplacln. When more is used it makes ilie water no clearer but brackish and unpalatable. If the water be boiled LESH.-Aliim is necessary. Ily poiiriiie the water when clarified and cool from one vessel into another and re-aeratine it will be found both wliolcsonie and uBi-eeable. Our special AI.CAI lor this purpose Is I(�c {� Packet . J. D. Higinbolham & Co. "--- Limited "S Miners' Convention Monday The date for tlie annual convention of District IS of the Cnited Mine Workers has been set lor .Monday next, Feb. 21st, in Fernie. The convention will open at \.:W in tlie afternoon. There will be several delegates from Lethbridge and Taber districts. Death of Old Timer The death of John II. Conklin, father of Kobt. .Conklin, a C. P. it. conductor of i-etlibridpe. took place in Kdmonton on Pelirdary 14tli, and -Mr. Conklin attended the funeral of his father yesterday. The late .Mr. Conklin, who was in his 7i)th year, was one of the pioneers of the west. He was employed witli 1). F. .Mc--Arthur, railway contractor, for many years and was in his employ wlieii death overtook him. He came lo Winnipeg ;m years ago, and had lived there and at lidmonton ev(.'r since. This morniiit' the ollicers and mi^n of the 39tli Battery were iiri'SJui^c.l with copies of a ^ppcial edition -'f the .New Testament bound in khaki color. 'I'lic hooks were iiivcn out by Hev. C. II. Cobblertick, president of Ih;' l.eth-briilire anviliary, and Itcv. 1). Ross, tile secretary. ''rhe bonks are provided by Tlie Canadian Bible Society wliicli lias presented lU.UOO copies lo the soldiers in Alberta, anil l:il),000 copies to the soldiers in Canada. Kach copy has on llic inside of the Cover Ihe llritisli coat of arms and the Scripture motto, "Be stronp; a'lil of a Kood courage." The men all ex-iprcsscd their sincere appreciation for so timely a Kift. Hev. Mr. Cohhlc-dick at tlie mitiest of Major StafTord addressed a few words to the ballciy New Orleans, La.-"I cannot praise Lydia E. Pinkham's 'Vegetable Compound enough,for I know my daughter never would have been so well if she had nottakenit. For more than a year she had suffered agonies from irregularity, j^ackache, dizziness, and no appetite, but ib now well. I recommend Lydia E. Pinkham'e �Vegetable Compound to all mothers and daughters and you can publish this letter.'/-Mrs. A. Estrada, 129 N. Galvez Street, New Orleans, La. Philadelphia, Pa.-" My daughter was feeling tired and all run down with no apparent cause. She had taken Lydia E. Pinkham's "Vegetable Compound before and knew its value so she again purchased it and she was able to keep to work, her eyes became bright and natural, and her system was built np completely. We generally keep the Vegetable Compound in the house for it is to be relied on."-Mrs. E. J. PURDY, 5131 Race. Street, Philadelphia, Pa. "Women Have Been Telling Women for forty years how Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound has restored their health when suffering with female ills. Try it if you are troubled with any ailment peculiar to women. "Writo for advice to IJydia K. Pinkliaiu Med." Co., rjjrim. Muss. ___/ � r wrist watcli and a liidieB' wrist watcli, which are on view In the windows of Take a Chance In connection with the Red Cross day campaign, tickets are lieing sold for u grandfather's clock, a military lad . In Wright's, Ewart'.s and Armstrong & Itaworth's respectively. The tickets are'numbered according to the hours and minutes on tho various time pieces, and the holder of tlie ticket whl,(,;h corrcsjionds with the lime the olqck or waloliOH run down, after being (wound uj) and iilaced in a sealed bo.v! will be the winners of tho jewelry. The tickets are selling for 25 cents each. Home Guard 1^ Regimental Orders _ BIRTHS HOl/r-To .Mr. and ]\lis. All)ort W, Molt, !I4(; 8th St. South, on Fob. 18, a daughter, Class for instructors and non-com-misBioned ofllcers and those wishing to qualify as such, will be held on Monday, Feb. 21st, at 8 p.m. sharp, at the old land olhce, 2nd Avenue. Those wishing to join this clasa will please do so at once, as no additional naines will he taken after .\l6n-day night. Those having Infantry drill maiiualH will bring tlKriii lo the class. Hy order of Ollicer Conimandlng. 10' Special School Children's MATINEE at MAJESTIC---- SATURDAY AFTERNOON AT 2,30 A Clean, Decent ;Show that will delight the kiddies, LET THEM COME Shipment of Crockery Just In W'c lia vc jiisl rccci vcd !i laV,a,'c slii|)iiiciil. of d'ockci'v, soiiicl liiiio' o.xlni fancy in Diuiiei" ware wlii^'li wc aw nnpackino,' lu'xl \vccl\. and wc iiiiisl: have more ruoni, W?e have decided to clear out a few odd lines of Glassware, Biscuit Jars, Odd Plates, Celery Trays, Bon Bon Dishes, Pin Trays, Puff Boxes, Hair Receivers, Cocoa Sets, Platters and many other odd pieces. All goods will be displayed on .our counters. Fruit and Vegetables for Saturday Taiilil Head Lonf I Choicf lower, . Ijctl lice jc) r.iiee, L' loi.' . per II). , 'Celery, 1)(m- II), 20(' JUKI 25('. ........U.H'. lOc Sunkisf Oranges jier do/., ,25(*, .*>.�>( and 50i'. Jjenioiis, lavg'e si/.e per do/,,............ItOc. Bananas, per.doz...................:J5('.. Grape Fruif lOc. aiul ................l^i^^e H. A. NEXT HERAUD OFFICE PHONES-1113 and 416 ;