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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 22, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta HIGH CLASS PRINTING HERALD JOB DEPARTMENT HOTEL WINDSOR Best $1.25 a Day Hotel in Alberta AUCTION SALE -of- High-Class FURNITURE On THURSDAY, FEB. 24th COMMENCmc AT 10 a.m. AND AGAIN AT 1.30 P. M. At 1272 8th Ave. S., corner of 13th Street W. L. WILSON Auctioneer Is favored -r-UU instnicions from A. H. Dieseth, Esq., -who ik leaving the city to sell the .-ntire contents ot his home, including Uie following: One handsome Concert Grand upright piano, beautifully carved, mahogany finish; 1 quarter cut oali library table: 1 solid oak-ladies' secretaire; 1 solid oak rocker, upholMered in leather; J solid oak spring rockers upholstered in leather; 1 fumed oak .Mor-i;is chair upholstered in leather; 1 .Mahogany pedestal; 1 Axmln-ster rug lOi- x 12;-several handsoTiie pictures; 1 quarter cut oak extension dining table eight feet long; 8 solid oak diners; 2 oak centre tables; 2 rockers; 1 sectional book case: 1 mission oak jardiniere stand;, 1 white enamel iron bed. brass trimniing.=! with e.xtenslon foot, also spring and mattress; 2 hea\->- white enamel iron beds with springs and mattresses; 1 Maple dresser, oak finish with swell front; 2 oak dressers and stands; 1 davenport bed complete; l"folding card table; 1 Japanese rug fi.\9; 1 covered clothe.s chest; 1 grass rocker; 1 child's kindergarten set; 1 lawn seat; small rugs; 1 child's go-cart; 1 Drop-head Singer sewing machine, 5 drawers; kitchen cabinet, kitchen cupboard, tables, chairs, etc.; 1 Monarch steel range, 6 hole with high closet and hot water connections; 1 White Frost refrigerator all white enamel with revolving centre; 1 hammerless double barrel shot gun, Ithaca make; 1 washing machine; 1 lawn mower; about 70 feet rubber hose; dishes, kitchen utensils, etc. TAKE WHITE LINE CAR ALU SMALL ARTICLES WILL BE SOLD IN THE MORNING TERMS CASH AUCTIONEER'S PHONE 1023 SOME NEW GOODS JUST IN Sonic of these lines are very hard to jjel now, due principally to the war, but by going to the right place we managed to get a limited market. Motor 0>itfit8. Lunch Sets Thermos Cups Thermos Fillers Leather Cases and Straps Thermos Corks and Fittings J. D. Higinbotham & Co. --- Limited - �-� The ^^SSMi Telephone 322 reinsuring in manitoba Winnipeg, Feb. 21.-.Air. .lustice Prendorgast today signed an order approving the roinsuranco of Prudential Life policies by the Sun Lite Assurance company of Crmada. II. T. Riley has been appointed liciuidator for the Prudential company. The reinsurance agreement has also received the approval of the Dominion insurance superintendent and the Manitoba insurance din)artment. CITY AND DISTRICT Barons Vi.iltors C. C. Steinbart and A. K. Perry of Uarons are visitors in the cil.v today. Moose Meeting The Loyal Moose will meet .tonight in Moose Hall irt S o'clock. All members iilease attend. Child of Kiltie Dies The death occurred this morning of .fames Kdward, aged 2 years, son ot Pte. Krnest Codd, of the li:Uh, and Mrs. Codd. The funeral will be held tomorrow at 4.;iO from the family residence, i)?.7 i:ith Street South, Canon .Mc.Millen olllciatlng. Carlyle Brand ICE CREAM made from pure and l\ rich cream give it a trial The Crystal Dairy PHONE -la/o D,A-N-C-E Will be held in Uui'j;nian's Hall TOMORROWJJght From '9 till 12 o'clock Gents 50c. Ladles Free -...^Interested Here c;. P. Mctjueen, who is largely interested in Lethbridgo realty, is In the city for a few days from Calgary looking over conditions. "BROTHER COMRADES" London, Feb. 21.-Field .Murslial Kitchener has telegraphed to Grand Duke Nicholas, commander of the Ilusfiian forces on the Caucasian front, conKratuiationa on "the brilliant teat of arms at Erzerum." 'I'he Grand Uuko replied thanking the field marshal and "Ills l)rotlu>r comrades of the lirltisli army." Frost is Deep .\ few more days of this woatlier and the farmers will bo thinking of getting on the land. However, tiiero is not much chance yet according to .\'. 11. .Murray of Wilson Siding, who was in llio city yesterday. The fields are knee deer) with mud, while the frost in the ground is down about five or six feet. Piles Cured In 6 to 14 days Druggists refund money it PAZO OINTMIONT fails to cure Itching, UliuU, Bleeding or Protruding Piles. First application giv&B relief. SOc. \ CATTLE! CATTLE! CATTLE! 1 WE HAVE 40 HEAD RANGE COWS AND HEIFERS AT STOCK YARDS-1 REGISTERED DURHAM BULi,L. , HATCH & LEWIS' Acedia Building Live Stock Dealers Stock Yards Musical Festival Notes All the memhors ot the large choir at the concert last Fridiiy are ro-tiuested to return music without delay. All the choirs in the city will reBume rehearsals for the Alberta Musical FoBtlval concert in a few days at Wesley church. Tlmo and evening of iho week will be announced later. Funeral of Wm. Harrison The funorni of Wm. Harrlsc^n, miner, will take place tomorrow from the family residence, Staftordvllle, ut 2 o'clock, instead of i.'JO. LEO M. COOMBS OFFIORS SPRCtAI, INDtlCE-MBNT to pupils enrolling early this term. voice culture, PIANOFORTE, AND harmony Coaching of .Songs for Mu.slcal \ l''estival Studio: Room 1, Conservatoi-y Building phone 765 and 1242, J) Early Break-Up Old timers state that when the Ice in the river wont o.ut lust Thursday morning, Fob. 17tU, it set a new record for the Old Mun. W. J. Irwiii, clerk of the district court, who has been in the svost ulmoiit us long us lie can remember, having been 27 years with the .Mounted Police, says the earliest he has record of heretofore wuB.AIarch 1. 'I'hat was In 1001 or 11 ftoon yours ago. Has Resigned At this morning's aesBloii ot the oily council a letter waa recolvod from Major A, li. Stafford ot the :ii)th Battery stating that, owing to his de-part,uro from the city on active service, iils rcBlgnntlou ua a member ot the sinking fund trnsteo board would be lu order. The reBignatlon was accepted with regret, but his Bucceaaor will not be appointed until after tlvo return of Mayor Hardie from the east. It Is understood the mayor 1b In Chicago today on his way home. For Your Breakfast TRY- '^~. AiK't .Ifimlma's Pancake Flour V'.."^..,......20c Buckwheat Flour 10 lb. ftCi, sack.............. 0%�C Puro, in packages On** each ............... CiUlir Caramel Pancake Syrup OK|� per lln........ ' Ci<9lf Pure Maple Syrup ttfit*. per lln ........... �9U|# Pure Maple Syrup ft <1