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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 21, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta ;L�"s PRINTING HERALD JOB DEPARTMENT SOME NEW GOODS JUST IN Some of these lines'iue very hard to get now. due principally to the war, hut by going to the right place we managed to get a limited (iiiantity. The lines we refer to are Crosse & Blackwell's goods, Old Country Biscuits, Imported Preserved Ginger, Blue Label Catsup, etc., and other lines. PEAK FREAN'S IMPORTED BISCUITS. ARROWROOT WAFERS, CREAM FINGERS, SHORT CAKE, DIGESTIVE. 1-2 lb pkts. . .20c. CRACKNELS, 1-L' lb imcltds inu-li.........35c. MACAROONS, per lb....................65c COFFEE, MALKINS* BEST, BROWN BERRIES, In one pound alr-tlylit linn, Kminintoed to rIvi' iilisolntc satisfaction. Spoiial-a fancy aol of China free for coupons .savod. Sou saniplo. I'rico per pound (in ................... 50c. PRUNES-Victoria Croos Brand. W 2.13; 2.10 Soldiers' Safety Money Pouch Encircles (he Ariu This i.s vci'y useful and con veil it'll j a u d the saTest luuuev carrier that is iuatlc. Price 7.")c. Each FOR SALE ONLY AT The Red Cross Drag & Book Co., Limited CITY AXJ) DI.STlilCT Week-End Visitor Dr. V. \\\ Richards of .Macleod was a week-end visitor in the lity. Foremost Visitors .v. .T. II. Donaluio of Altorado and I'rban A. Wiltse of Foremost wore in the city for tlie week-end. Goes East I.ieut. R. \\'. I'ase lel'l last night for :Medicine llat on his way east to join the American I.egion at Toronto. Bank Superintendent It. If. Haird. .Alberta superintendent of the Tnion Hank of Canada, is in the city today on an oincial visit. Festival Meeting .V meelini; of thy Musical Festival committee will be held this evening in (he choir room of Wesley clnirch at s.:io. Kiltie Fund The Kiltie Kecriiiting Fund acknowledges the receipt of two donations; Starland $3.To, and the Hudson's Bay Co. $2."i. Sad News Robert Barrowman received the sad news about nine o'clock last evening tliat his motlier at Ottawa was lying at the point of death, lie left last night on the midnight train to be at lier bedside. CATTLE! CATTLE! CATTLE! WE HAVE 40 HEAD RANGE COWS AND HEIFERS AT STOCK YARDS-1 REGISTERED DURHAM BULL. HATCH & LEmS Acadia Building Live Stock Dealers Stock Yards Dodge Brothers^ motorcar; ln5pe3kS}fMrit5elf No. 2 Nor............................... No. 3 Nor............................... No. 1 Nor............................... No. "i Nor............................... Oats-No. 2 C. W............................. No. 3 C. W............................. I Kxtra No. 1 Feed ................... \o. I Feed .............................. Baile\ - No. 2....................................... No. 3;....................................... Feed :...................................... Flax-No. 1 N. \V. C....................... No. 2 C. W............................. CHICAGO WHIOAT Mav.................. ......... 1.27 .Juiv ........................... MINNKAHOLIS WHKAT Mav ........................... 1.2r. July ........................... T.23 DODGE The Dodge, aunounced. a little over a year ago, aftei- a very successful season in which the company gained eighth position in total volume of business done, will be continued this year practically without change. It Is a compliment to the engineers that originally designed it, that coming as a now model It can go Into the second year of production without change in design. The lirice has not been reduced tor tlie new season. The only real novelty Is a neat detachable upper-structure, which renders the open car convertible into a closed carriage, and these are being turned out raiildly at present. ' The body Is remorliable as an engineering product, for it is all-steel, being made In a wonderful electric welding apparatus. All the body plates are held In a gigantic jig furnished with the necessary electrical connections and the passage of the current then spot wolds the panels along every junction line. The result is a body in whicli strength and lightness are well combined. Ou the rear axel the brake rods and the equalizing links are laid out in a very neat way, there being only two long pull rods needed, those running forward along a line just above the tor.slon tube which incloses the drivesliaft. Klfeotrlcal equipment consists of the Js'ortheast single-unit machine wliieh operates at 12 volts and Is driven by silent chain from the camshaft. Kvery part of the car, barring a few accessories, is made in the parent factory. The unit power plant wltli its cone clutch entirely inclosed is part iron and part aluminum, while the cylinder head is removable the valves being arranged in conventional I.rhead manner. As a peculiarity the most striking feature Of the chassis is a device whicii renders the oountor.shaft in the gearset quite stationary when the high gear is engaged, the constant inesh pinions if they loay he .so called iu this instance, iinmesliing as high gear is engaged. This -devlee has been tried several liraeB but the Dodge i.s the first Instance of successful nmnufacttire of this type. A. D. CUMMING DISTRICT AGENT SHOW ROOM AT STANDARD garac5e, LETHBRIDGE l.'22i 1.1S-' 1.171 1.13;. l.UC 12^ m\ 31. i lif) lilt 2.us.'. 2.05i 1.2-li 1.2tU| 1.23 1.22' LOCAL MARKETS LOCAL GRAIN PRICES Wagon prices-Wheat .................................... Oats ....................................... Flax ....................................... liarlfv .................................... Track Wheat , Oats .............................; ... Flax ................................. BUYINCi PHICES FOR .No. I timothv. haled, ton No. 1 alfalla,' baled, ton .. Standard allall'a prices . 101! . 33 . 181 . .'>n . 10!)', . 37 i-. I'JiJi HAY I .. 10.00 1 .. 0/)0 .. o'oo No. 2 alialfa ............................... 8.00 No. 1 bliiejoinl ........................... 9.50 Livestock end Poultry Choice steer.s, 01 to fij. Fat cows, fiJ. to 0. Slieep-Clioicc killiiis; wethers, 7. Sheep-Choice IcilUnK ewes, (i).. Select hogs, ir)0-2r.O lbs., 8]. Live fowl, 12c. Genuine Thermos Bottles We say "Conuiue" for tiie rou-son that there are a fireiit many imitations on the warktii. Motor Outfits. Lunch Sets Tliermos Cups Thermos Fillers Leather Cases and Straps Thermos Corks and Fittings J. D. Higinbolham & Co. -- Limited --- The 3^ga|J Stor^ Telephone 322 Leaves for East G. It. .Marnoch left Saturday for Chicago and will visit Ottawa and oilier eastern cities, and will likely lattond the lirsl meeting of the Joint I committee of af;riculture and com-jnierce at Winnipog early In .March i before returning. HE mm M H THE CIY CHURCHES In this Column Will be Published Every Monday Church Announcements for the Coming Week. Notices for This Column Should Reach this office not Inter than 10 a.m. Monday. Announcements of Entertainments for which Admission is Charged will not, of course, be accept, cd for this column. An Inspiring Farewell  At Knox church la.st evening numy of the :{'.itli Battery members were in attendance, and listened to a very \\\-spiring farewell sennon by llev. A. 11. Denoon. .Mr. Denoon spoke of the sacrifice the boys were making, and gave them some insniring thougiils to carrv with tliom to tlie tretidies. Intake Blocked .-Mong with the muddy water problem tile waterworks department is liaving a' great deal of trouble with slush ice blocking the intake of the pumping system. The intake was completely iiiocked and tlK> puinos were shut down. CommiHsioners Cirace and Freeman rushed to the scene In an endeavor to. dear away tlie ice and debris and hope to have tlie system working in siiort. order. Perils of V/eatern Emigration In the ooiir.He of ills first sermon on the r.nscinatiiig love story of fJutii. Kev. .Mr. Cobl)ledick last itveiiijig uttered some trenchent words on the moral and spiritual loss which many sulfor in the mad pursuit of seculur acliieveinent iu tlie west. He also said the originality of the Itlbln was evident in making her motlier-in-law the object of rtulh'K love and devotion. More mothers-in-law like Ts'aomi would ' � like Death of Infant Wallace Victor," 11-montlis-old son of Corp. II. C. Collins of the lUllh and Mrs. Collins, died yesterday afteij-noon. The funeral will be held tomorrow afternoon at 3 o'clock from the family residence, 1)51 11tli Street South, Rev. D. VtosB ofHciating. Red Cross Day, Feb. 29 SCOTT'S JUKERY lui.s donated oiio of our Celel)niUMl Cakes, four .storcy.s, lo the iU'd Cro.s.s Socitily, to lieli) out Iheir speciiil caiiipaif^n. TIic cake will be drawn for on Kcd Cross Dtiy. 'I'ick-els lOc each to be bad i'roiu Iheir delivery men oi store. BUY A TICKET,AND. HELP A GOOD CAUSE More mothers produce more daughters-in-law Uuth. The scone of this love idyll Is laid In the eastern theatre of the present war, which gives it an unique interest. Tiie story will bo continued next Sunday evening. Mrs. 11. 11. .lohnston sang very effectively the solo "K'ntreat me not. to leave Tliee" with words from Uutli. BIRTH .McLKA'X-To Mr. anil Mrs. Datiiei .McljCHn, Mardlovllle, .\lta., on February linli, a da^ughter. Only One "BROMO QUININE" To gel the geiiuine, cail for full nami' j'.,AX'ATIVI':; I3R0.M0 QUININK, l,ook for signature of 10. \V. GROVIO. fluros a cold in One Day. UOc. At Westminster �|'onii;lil. at S o'clock. lOpworth League, regular missionary night of Hie monlli. Tuesday evening at 7.:i(i, Queens of Avelon. ^ Wednesday at's ji.m.. prayer service in the.cliurcii parlor. Thursday at S p.m., third quarleriy otlicial board meeting at the parsonage. Friday at LIT, and S o'clock, choir practice. The pastor will call (luring tlie week: Tuesday. 12th street H .Nortli; Wednesday, 12tli Street C; Thur.sday, K'.th Street. At Wesley Tonight, Kpworth League. Topic: "Tile War and tlie Lienor Trattic: can we will the one and maintain I lie other?" The subject will be treated by Miss Trenliolme and Mr. Sliant;:. Rev. Mr. Cobbledick will give gleanings from tile provincial convention held recently at Calgary. -Miss Dow-sett will sing a solo. Wednesday afternoon from 1 to 0 o'clock the Ladies' .\iil will liold a tea at the jiaraonage, ;;'JU lllli Street, when .Mrs. Colihlodic'k will be pleased to welcome the ladies of tlio congregation and their friends. .Mrs. Lay-cock'.s section of the Ladies' .\id will meet on Friday at the home, of -Mrs. Ceo. Taylor. Women's .Missionary .-Viixiliary on Tliur.siiay afternoon at ;\:m In tiie churcli parlor, .Miv. Daniel iiresiding. There will lie special music and Mrs. Haley and .Mrs, Kipj) will take the topic for the day. Wednesday evening service will be conducted by the pastor. At Knox The ladies of the church si.'W at the Red Cross rooms every ,Moiiday afternoon. ^ Sunday, .March "itli, anniversary services of Knox church. Pres. Gray of Moose ,law will be the special speiik-er. The luen's banquet will he held the following night, .Monday the (itli. Wednesday evening, regular jirayer service, Thursday evening, choir practice. At St. Andrew's Monday evening, Senior y. I'. S. Tuesday at 7,30, W. :M. S. Wednesday at S ii.m., .-Vdult Ilible class. Thursday afternoon from " lo il o'clock the women of the cliurcli are sowing In the interests of I lie Itcii Cross at the home of .Mrs. Walker. fJonaldson block. Thursday at .S p.m., choir praciice. Friday at S p.m., intermediate Y. P. S. At Baptist WcdneHiluy evening, regular prayer service,. Wediiesday afternoon at :i o'clock, Ladies','Aid at lluV liomo of Mrs, Wli-lianis, 1221 lltli Avenue, At Scientist Wednesday at S p.m., testimony meeting. At St. Augustin's Toni.glit in the dull room, men's sociel y. Friday afternoon, the women of the cliurdi will sew at the Red Cross rooms. Thursday at .S p.m,. Bishop Wliite of Honan, China, will give an address in St, .\ugustin's hall. At St. Cyprian's Tonight al 7.30 at tile rectory, .Tu-nior lirotliorliood of St. Andrew. Tonight at S o'clock, the ,lunipr Cirls' Itible class are giving a social in the parish room, Tiicsday at S p,in., Dorcas Society at tlie rectory. Wednesday at .s p.m., Intercessional service, 8.30, teaciiers' training in Uie parisli room. Thursday at 3 o'clock, the Women's Auxlliaiy in the parish room, i'riday evening, choir practice, Saturday at 2.30, .Tuiilor W. A, in th,(! parish room. At St. Mary's Wednesday al S p.m., intercessional service. Thursday at S p.m., special meeting of the vestry in the parish iiall. All members are urgently requested to attend. At Christian ^ Toniglit at 8 o'clock, Christiait Fn-deavor. Wednesday al. S p.m., prayer service at the home of D. A. Simpson, 034 J.'itli Street. Newsboys to Donate The Ilernld .Newsboys, who are going into business for themselves today, taking charge of collections on their own routes, have decided to donate to tlie Patriotic Fund as one of their lirst business moves. They will donate each \