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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 19, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta SATUnfiAY, FEBRUARY 18, XW THR LEf'HRRtDGE DAILY HERAr/w PAGE FIVE The Virtuc( of the Natural Leaf is perfectly preserved in the sealed packet. Young tender leaves only, grown virith iitmost care and with flavour as the prime object, are used to produce the famous Salada blends. Establishes New Garage in City I-cllil)ri(lg(! Is to have ii new, up-to-dates down town gnfiiKc. .f. T, Orn-ham, well known In auto clrcloa, linv-Ing 8evcrod IiIh connGctlon with tho hotlihrldgt! Auto Co, at tlio lli'Ht of tlie year. Ih opcnInK a Karago on Gth Strftfit, opposllc the Herald. Mr. Gru-liani Is tho oldeat dealer In the hiial-nesR In tho city. Ho hncnnio manager and a sliuroholdor in the Western Aulo Co. seven years ago when the company was organized and tho Of Interest to the FARMER HOW ARE THE STOCKS HANDLED? TO BE (Parmor'.s AdviKiilc). In Manitoba there :iro ;i larse num-bir of (ieUlH covered with snow clad garage built. During the Hovon years j slooks. .....^j^^ ji;rcat maji.ritv of cascH the PRESBYTERIAN Knok Churth Corner 4th Ave. and 8tli Street S. Rev. A. H, Denoon, Pastor, Manse 1210 Kourlh Avfcnue .S., phone 102 llogulnr Services Morning and evening. Morning Anthem "iMy Kaitli i^ooks up to Thee" (Schnecl;er.) Kvenlng Anthem "() Saviour of the World." KloKs). Big Sisters ClaiiN at 12."h p.m. Big Brothers' and Boy.s' nopartmcnl of the iSunday aeliool at 2 p.m.; Other dopartmeuls at ClasH at 4 p.m. Cliincso St. Andrcw'.s Church Rev. Wm. IVIcNIcoi. M. A., Regular SorvlcoH morning and even-lug. Sunday School at 2 and 3:15 p.m. Lord's Supper at 7.30. Hardleville at 3.30. ANGLICAN St. Aiigustin's Church Corner Second Ave. and 8th St. S. RECTOR Rev. Canon IVlurroil-Wrlght, M. A. Holy Communion at X a.m. IVIatins-at 11 a.m. Evensong-At 7.^0 p. m. Sunday School-At 10 a.m. METHODIST St. Cyprian's Church Cor. 11th Street and 8th Ave. South, Rev. Canon W. V. iVIciVlllien, B,A., Rector iVIatlns, 11 a.m. Sunday School and Bible'Classes 3 p.m. liVlDNSONO 7.30 p.m. Holy Communion-Ist and 2nd Sun dayH at. i?.30; 2nd and llh Sundayti at 11 a.m. Baptism-4th Sunday.'* at 4 p.m. he represented the Studebaker Corporation. Tile Studebaker Company ofl'en.'d lilm an oxeellcnt position as travelling salosnuin, init after con-HideraMon of their hnsineBs here, thoy decided to keej) Mr. Orahahi In Leth-hrid!;c as their agent, and he will ro-present them at his new Btand, -Mr. Craham feels liial a down town garage service Is greatly needed In Lethbridge and will be appreciated, wiileh is (he reason for choosing tho mil .Street iocatioii. He will inslal an Innnvalion in the way of a sidewalk pumping station, where cars may drive ui) and bo rp|)leul6iied with gasoline, air or water witli tiio least |)os.siblc inconvenience. In connection with the garage there will ho a sliop 74 feet long wiilch will have the latest machinery for repairing and overhauling cars, and in addition a vulcanizing plant will be Installed to care for tire troubles. A men whose crop, is in lliis condition are least prepared in faci' I he other sprinn work, to sav iKithini!; of hav-, Ini; to handle the crop of last year.! The question now is, Whal is the wisest cour.w for Dn'iii to follow? | There arc a tew pdims upon which we may come to aiiniisi certain con-, elusions : j 1. .Vs the Fcbriiiuy and March sun melts the snow at present on and about tho stoolts, oven those that are not now frozen solid to tho grrumd will become lilled willi ice and freeze to the earth. 2. U the heads arc damp at the natural spring grow ini' time, the grain will sprout. (Wheat will ger-miiiate at tcmperalmcs down almost to the freezinu; point). a. JJuring the time lor spring work on tlic land, a" possililo eiicrj!;y should Notice to the Publi ic Letlibridge Municipal Railway OH Wednesday jMornhiji- run ill ii('coi'(laiic(? "with full line of accessories and tires will 1 SLl"^eS,"^,f tb!:;^ ^arnlo^fwh;; also bo handled. I ^ ^ , nirosbing ganfrs to Some time ^vhen 11 seemed J,, n.rJsh-stooi.s at" tliat% a- very probable that Mr. Graham won d ; ^^i, . ,iisapp,i,te,|. The pres.s-ieavo the city and go to C-algary to i ^^^^^^ j^'^,,, ^. ^^.j, accept a travelling roaltlon with the imncrative thai Studebaker Co., he was presented with'lng lie ,lone eiti'.er before pip I raelicallv all a Past IJIstrict iJeputy Grand Master's i ;,^;;; interested .-ire requested to jire-serve for rcrerence until it is iiscertiiiued by opiM'ii'ioii wlietlier it is advisable to make any alU'rations or not ; after which a lime table will bt; issued. If; will be obs(M'vod, however, that as it is arranu'ed to run the (.'ars on a IT) miiiutt^ schedule that it is only necessary to remembtM' the time for one car at any dt^sired point and the time for the other three Cars during the hour is easily eahmlated. and then the same lime applies to all hours of the day or ni.u'ht, durino- the time ihe Cars an^ in operation, except on Sundays aud Public Holidays. Pas.seii^'ers for North Lethbridj�-e should be careful not 1o lake tho Rod Carat corner t)f ;5rd Ave. and r)tli St. as whih^ this Car is jMarkcd Park and .u'ocs lo tlu^ Park, it starts by makinu' the station 1()0]�. 3rd Ave and .")th Str Corner, lird Ave and .'ith Str Corner. Ctli Ave. and Kith St. Corner lird Ave. and Stb St. Corner Kalr Grounds .............. North Lethbridge .......... ntll Ave. and 13th St. Corner 9th Ave. and 0th St. Corner 3rd Ave. and 13tb St. Corner (ith .We. and laili St. Corner For points not given allow half minute for each block "llast^ Color of of Cars "Tiiue ot leaving in .Minutes past hour First Cara.m. Carp.m. Car Barn .Vorth Lethbridge ..... Fair Grounds ......... Fair Gioundr. ........ Delt Line ............ 3rd Ave and Bth St. cor. 3rd Ave and St. cor. Belt Line ............... Belt Line ............... 3rd Ave and nth St. cor. 3rd.Ave. and f.tli St. cor. Blue Hed Hod While ( Blue i Red White White \ White I Red I While I Blue 11 10 14 11 i 11 20 -.0 B.0."> 11.20 IS* 33 48* 0.18 11.19 20* 41 0.20 11.20 25 10 r.r. 0.10 11.40 C. B. ^H 33* AS 0.3;! 11.33 C. B. IH 33 48 0.18 11.33 C. B. 17 47 G.20 11.50 C. B. 20 3.". F,0 6.23 11.53 C. B. 2!) 44 0.10 11.44 C. B. 2t; 41 0.2U 11.41 IS 33 4S / 0.1 s 11.48 C. B. 20 41 1 0.41 11.41 PENTECOSTAL CHRISTADELPHIANS Meet in tho Mocse Hall, Higinbotham Block, Entrance 5th 3t. and 2nd Avenue South Wednesdays-at S p.m. nible Class. Sunday-At 3 p.m., to Commemorate the Lord's Death and at 7.30 p.m., to proclaim tho glad tidings of tho Kingdom ot God. Subject: "The Struggle tor Suiireni-aoy, Christ the coming King who will bring Peace to the World." ALL SEATS FRI310. NO CQLLKCTION CHRISTIAN SCIENCE First Church of Christ Scientist Hull Block, 7th Street S. Sunday Service at 11 am. Wednesday Evening, Testimony moat-; Ing at .S p.m. UEAniNO ROOM OPEN TO KVKKV-ONE DAILY FRO.M 3 to f. .) m. CHRISTIAN . Christian Church Cor. 3rd Ave. and 8th St. South Sunday School, 10.30, followed by Communion service, NO SERVfCK IN EVENING Pentecostal Mission Fifth Ave. N.. Baptist Church SCNUAY-11 a.m., remembering the Lowl's death. Evening, 7.30, Gospel meeting. Tt'BSDAY-8 p.m. Prayer and 'I'he Word. T11CUSDAY-*S p.m. special waiting upon God for the Baptism ot the Holy (Hiost. A HEARTY WELCO.ME TO ALL parativelv happy. Trunk Was Rifled Itegina, Sask., Feb. 13.-When .1. K. Bradbhaw. M.l,.A. for Prince bert, Sask., who recently laid the sensational charges against the uu-marrictorins tor 15 days, and, if the gov fjttawa, Feb. 18. - lion. \V. ,J. lioche, minister of the inl.rior, has given notice oi a resolution providing|l, 1915, and in cases where the own-for the issuance of patents ot land' er gives his majesty a tien creating a included in the St. Peter's Indian first charge upon the lands for the res'crvc, .Manitoba. The patent.s will sum of one dollar per acre payable be issutvi in casus where such lands i in five equal instalments .with intcr- still plow and crop the ground 1916. The chances of being able to do this .seeni very slight. The Maniloba Department of Agriculture, 'realizing how serious to many farmcr.=i this question is, and knowing that none are better to offer advice than those on ernijient inspector places any dockage on your grain, cleaning same to the straight grade, is per bushel. All grain received into the elevator would be loaded out free of charge. After the 15 days tree storage ox-able plred the charge for further storage the I would be MiC per bushel per month. "1 am Uio mother of 12 children. 1 lock a varicose ulcer on my log at tho birth of last child five years ago, I used every ointment thai is made. I was laid up tor nearly five weeks with a doctor attending mo who did nothing but treat those kind of things. Doctors told me to He in bed, but whore there is a big family one cannot do that. Then I hoard about D..U.D, aud as I used to tear niy leg at night until it was a bleeding mass, I detor-mined to try a bottlo. 1 can't tell you the ouao it gave mo. I never used to sleep for tho pain. Many a time I nearly Cell with tho dlzi'.inosB In my head from want of sleep. Now my log Is hoaled up, thanks to tho bleased D.U.D. 1 novor expected it lo euro. I only got It to take away tho lerribla Itch. By degroos I saw tho big sore gQlting smaller. MRS. STITT 29'2 N. Weston ltd.. West Toronto, Out. Come to US and wo will toll you moro about this remarkable remedy. Your money back unless the first bottle relieves you. ,1. D. Higinbotham & Co., druggists, Lethbridge, Alta, farms, wishes evorv farnicr who has or l.GOth cent per bushel per day. a timely, hint eit'-cr to send it to I Under the cancellation privilege the tho papers that are read bv farmers railway com.'iany would apply the or to mail it to tho Publications freight paid from point of shipment m-anch, Ilepartmont ot Agriculture, to Lsthbridgo on tho freight to point Winnipeg. Kverv hint that is deemed,of re-Bhipmont, the only charge being ot value will >bo given to the public as early as possible.-Manitoba Department ot Agriculture. AN INTERIOR ELEVATOR AT LETHBRIDGE Ilera are some advantages that a farmer would have If bo could ship his .grain to an internal olovator at Lethbridge: Cars would bo consigned to your own order, care ot and to be .unloaded at the government elevator. Loth-bridge. Any quantity of grain could be Bhipped. As soon as cars ronclicd tho siding thoy would bo inspected, graded and weighed by special government in-speqtora located at the elevator for that purpose. Theso oflicors would bo fully'qualillod men from the Winnipeg oIllcsB of tli.iilr rflspoctlvo depart mohtB. . . ' Out-turns, togethor with govern luent jvelght and insnection certlfl oates would be mailed you game day were unscdd and were held by Indian patentees on June 1, 1915, in fist at five per cent, since Juno 1915 1,^ YOUR DUTY TO in 1'.' CHl'JATEP "IMMUNE" troiu tho polFon of aloohorc liciuora show your THANKFULNESS b;- udvlslns and helping your' Busceptibio brother to got the AN'TIDOTli; at tUo Noal lUBtt a one cent per 100 pounds stop over fee claimed by the railway for terminal services at Lethbridge. This charge is more than absorbed it your grain is stored at Lethbridge tor 60 days or over, in fact by storing your grain at Lethbridge governmont ele valor for GO days in addition to the froo period, you would actually cover the stop over fee and make a profit of $1.83 on every thousand bushels. This is bocauso the storage charges would bo just half those chargod at the head of the lakes. Another advantage to tho shipper In using the government elevators would be that he thus secures the privilege of a second stop over which naturally InereaseB the value of his' grain. If your grain grades tough or damp the elevator is equipped to handle this at a moderate charge and thus enable the shipper to reap the benefit of the operation. The elevator would be equipped with commercial cleaners, flax cleaners, machines for separating wheat and oats, and a scrceninss scalper. Since Childhood 3 Boxes of Gin Pills Cured Andre'wr L. Cail H.-ircourt, N.n. "1 wns troubled with my kUltieya from chiUlhooil and spent a liirce liinoiint of money wilh doclors trvint; to gel eiiri-d. hnt 1 kepi (jelling wQr�c, nniilly I wn..! in bed. A friend of niine lulvls'ed ntc lo try Gin Pills. I ii.-ocmett ii Ijox .mtl by tlirtinie 1 had laiicn them I w.'us out of bed and wnlklnn aro\ind. Two more boxes cured nic completely and I bavt-not been Iroutdcd with my kidneys since-' " I recontiiu-ad Gin l*ills with all my b'eayl to anyone sun'crinK with kidney troublcor.sore back, for I think they saved iny life. Signed, ANDRKW I,. CAII,." car 'is unloaded and advice of tho freight paid to the railway company jTlio elevator would have a receiving t'or youv ear from fihlpplng point to ""d Ehipplng capacity of at least 180 Lethbridge would be sent you within two days from date of unloading. If you desired' to lift your warehouse ro(!Qipt right away It would be noceasary for yott to send, your original bill of lading, properly endorsed, and also yowr cheque for tho amount to b'B r�'nm6,nt cortttled ' ears per day. In addition to the above equipment there would be a drier carablo of handling 1000 bushels per hour. Henry M. Hnuke, tho I'l-month-old son of Mrs. Erlck Hauke, of Astoria, Ore., fell head first into a can of sugar In the family pantry and was smollv orofli' ..... ___________,.....___________________ ......_ A fine specimen of wildcat wns tiito, SiiO Thirteenth Ave. Wosi.'Ciil. out-turns'to yoiI^� oi'tglnBl^hill of lad- shot by l'"rneat Morris of Owen Sound nry, rUono \V'45?D, or iieHrost, l,ig and � Hnanoa dlraolly thereon in the l.ons Swum'i, about six miles Noai InBtltuto'ln CO Other CUIej, larough your bank'or; other Hn(tnoi�l .from town. :, , KIDNEYS You may not realize you have Kidney trouble, but these sytnptoius will tell you. Do you sufTer froiu Rheumatism ?-you need Gin Pills. Do you h.tve pniiis in the back-lame back i" Gin Pills drive them away. Is your urine highly colored ?- does it burn Gin Pills quickly britig relief, no m.uier h9w long - standing the trouble. 00c. a box at your dealcr',s, or $2.60 for 6 boxes. . National Drug & Chemical Co. of Cannda, Limited TORONTO \ 85 ;