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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 22, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta HOT WATER BOTTLE SPECIAL A PtNE 2-QUART RED rubber hot water bottle fob $1.19 1/tm have only a limited number, to make sure-of yours at once. THE KENNY & ALLIN CO., Ltd. Phone 1487 ' . Druggists and Stationer* Next Dallas Hotel As we are now located one door south of the Hudson's Bay Co* Store WITH A COMPLETE STOCK OF FRESH GROCERIES WE CAN -TAKE $ifcPE OF ALL ORDERS, LARGE OR SMALL, FRESH LETTUCE, RHUBARB, CRANBERRIES, OR^PE: FRUIT AND CELERY IN STOCK. A SHIPMENT^OF FRE8H BISCUITS JUST IN; ALSO A SHIPMENT OF FRESH ROASTED COFFEE) SAME BRANDS AS WE CARRIED IN STOCK BEFORE OUR MISFORTUNE. YOU MAY HAVE IT FRESHLY GROUND OR PULVERIZED AS USUAL; THE GOOD CO. High-Class Grocers Photic No. 523^ TAKES A REST (Special to the Herald) ' Fernie, Feb. 21.-Nothing definite having been arrived at by the miners' convention at this morning's session when "the subject .of renewing publication of the District Ledger was being considered, and the committee not being ready with any reports to suu-mit to the delegates, the meeting was adjourned to one-thirty this afternoon, but upon reassembling at the appointed hour it, was found.that the committees were still unable' to bring in any reports and the convention was again adjourned to one-thirty tomorrow afternoon, when it is "expected  that the committee on officers' re-i ports will be ready to make.a reportr|"i j to the convention. j A smoker has been arranged fcr the ; visitors by Gladstone local and other ; local people for tonight in the Socialist hall. 1 Three m 25c Specials Tangerine Oranges, dozen Blood Oranges, dozen 5 cases 35c Oranges, dozen . 25c 25c 25c L TICKNER & CO. M4 Thirteenth St. S. (Opposite Ellison Mills) Phone 364 Coughs When any affection of the throat, bronchidls or lungs has passed the acute �tage and still clings stubbornly, you should take a good constitutional remedy, such as Our Emulsion of Cod Liver Oil This remedy has specific action on the cells and tissues of the air passages.: It cures serious lung troubles that' nothing else will cure. Price 50c and $1.00 The Red Cross Drag & Bcok Co., Limited PHONE 556. BUY ? ? 5" ? *  * ? * HERE AND HELP THE RED CT.OSS The Red Cross Society will be in charge of the retail store of the Lethbridge Candy Co., in, th� K. P. building next Saturday from 9 a.m. There /will be a pantry stall and afternoon tea will be served in the. large hall' upstairs. A generous. support from the public is hoped for.;. ? ? * range 6 .west of the 5th meridian: The timo'y for -commencing construction � is � fixed at two and'- five years. - - , The Bulldogs A*e'Comlngl Mason & Risch Limited f; Balmoral block Lethbridge Victrolas, Victor Records,' Violins, Accordcons, Sheet* Music and Musical Merchandise. Mail Orders Given Careful Attention. : ___� ' - � - The Bulldogs Are Coming! CHARGES JUDGE WITH SLANDER Chjcago; 1Feb. ^0.-Federal Judge Kenesaw Mountain Landis was named are being mailed to the board mem- defendant in r. petition charging slan- J. D. Higiobothani & Co Limited . � 'Alberta's Pioneer Orusglsts.- Wholesale sk4 retail chemists / TELEPHONE no. 122 bers and others. The report is in booklet form and forms a fine publicity medium. : Board Meeting Tonight The Board of Trade meeting tonight is called for 8.30 o'clock. Members are -requested to be on hand on time as there is a great volume of business to be attended to. Federal Union All those interested in a federal labor unions are requested to send in their names to Secretary A. B. Fil-mer, of the Trades and Labor Council. A meeting will be announced later. For Red Cross The Red Cross wishes to announce that, in connection with the arrangement with the Lethbridge Candy Co., the society will receive a percentage of sales of the retail department only on Saturday, not of the wholesale department. ANNOUNCEMENT There will be tea and dancing at the Chinook Club every Saturday afternoon from 4 to 6. CAPTURED SEA CAPTAIN People's Forum A SUGGESTION FOR THE CIVIL SERVANTS LBlhbridge,. Feb. 21, 1917. To the Editor of the Herald; - Dear Sir,-1 note in one of your late issues that the -civil service em- AUCTION SALE of BULLS AND STALLIONS J. H. PATRICK &. SONS Will offer for sale by auction at Bonnell's Livery Barn, LetU-bridge, on WED., MARCH 14 - At One o'clock Two carloads of Registered Shorthorn and Hereford Bulls. 'Also two Clyde Stallions, bred from imported aires and dams. G. H. PATRICK & SONC Paris, Feb. 22.-The night was calm over the whole front, says today's official announcement. Our artillery dispersed a German detachment which was making a sortie near Bethin-court, on the left bank of-the Meuse. MANY IN LETHBRIDGE .TRY SIMPLE MIXTURE " Many Lethbridge people are surprised at the QUICK action of simple buckthorn bark, glycerin*;, etc., as mixed in Adler-i-ka. This simple remedy acts on BOTH upper and (lower bowel, removing such surprising foul matter that ONE SPOONFUL relieves almost ANY CASE constipation, sour stomach or gas. A few doses often relieve of prevent appenr dicitis. A short treatment helps chronic stomach trouble. The INSTANT, easy action" of Adler-ika Is astonishing.-J. D. Higinbotham. & Co., Ltd., Druggists, Lsthbridge.-Ad. > t ployees are not at all anxious to leave their easy jobs to go to the front and take their share in the great war. I also note there is a great discussion as to what to do with t pur returned soldiers and it,is suasOBted that they should be put 6n'to|Hfe land (one of the harest jobs')., WSw, sir, if you will turn ,tlie tables and put all the civil servants out on the farms and leave the easy money for: the boys who have been to the front, this seems to me a much more reasonable plan as in many caceB ,it would be far easier for the boys to'qualify] for the civil service' tha^ ' for the j farm; or at any rate the least the government ouEhtf.'to:>do ls_ to give them their choice'tit "employment. Yours truly, ..... A,.>. F1L-MER. CANADIANS PROMOTED London, Feb. 4l- Capt. D, E. Ger-rard and Capt,; H.wB\ Madden, of the Canadian InfarilryJ" afeJEvgaaette'd majors; JLieut. Wa ri?Ld�, ofeth^ Canadian engineers', "has Been" appointed flyine oSficcr, ��-*� der and asking $25,000 damages which was filed  in-fe county � court here to- j day. . U Attorney Cairoli Oigliotti, plaintiff in the suit, charges that the judge in open court waved liim aside and advised his client he -'had better get a lawyer." Btii'gmaiiii Hall _ Every Friday from ,9 till 12. ' needs' Orchestra Gents 50c Ladies Free The Bulldogs Are CorKh ng! AT WADpiNGTON'S AUCTION ROOMS DOMINION BLOCK j Friday Next, Feb. 23 AT TWO O'CLOCK FRANK WADDINGTON Will Sell by public Auction and Without Reserve a Quantity of ' . Useful V HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE And Effects Including: Davis Drop Head sewing machine In perfect - order; dressers and stands; extending dining table; Ax-minster carpet square; piece new linoleum-, 12x6; good lounge; rockers; dining chairs; occasional tables; refrigerator; ; baby buggy; cot and mattress; sanitary lounge; writing desk; wringer;., washing machine; kitchen table; Jap matting; bed, with spiral spring and mattress; bods, springs and mattresses; quantity of groceries; dishes, etc., etc.; aiso splendid 6-hole Stuart 'Range, complete;with hot water front and connections; 1 child's tricycle, cushion tires,' ball bearings throughout, recently cost $20.00. / GOODS NOW ON,VIEW >. AUCTION ROOMS PHONE 770 TERMS-CASH Capt. Ellcry, of tho steamer Lyn-field, whose vessel was sunk by a German submarine. The Bulldogs Are Coming 1 A leading agricultural papier recently said "The Good TracWrN CaiL Be Counted on the Fingers of One Hand." . Beware of the Orphan tractor. You have all seen the results. CASE TRACTOR8 have i demonstrated their absolute reliability in the field. They are built in from the 9-18 to the 30-60 pulling 2,,3, i, & and 8 plows. We will have samples here ' shortly. Write, jihone or call for pricey and terms'r � , M. P. JOHNSTON & COMPANY ALBERTA BLOCK, , r Lots of Wall PapeFs at Clearance Prices; ^ring- the Size of Your Room. Rob ertson's Book Store PHONE T265' OLD BENTLEV-BLOCK 440 ;