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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 23, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta ^Lass printing HERALD JOB DEPARTMENT HOTEL WINDSOR Best $1.25 a Day Hotel in Alberta AUCTION -OF- High-Class FURNITURE On THURSDAY, FEB. 24th COMMENCING 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 with instructions from A. H. Die?eth, Esq.. who is leaving the city to sell the entire contents of his home, inciudiug tlie following:' One handsome Concert Grand upright piano, beautifully carved, mahogany finish; 1 quarter cut oatc library table; 1 .=olid oak ladles* secretaire; 1 solid oak rocker, upholstered in leather; :; solid oak spring rockers upholstered in leather; 1 fumed oak Jlor-ris chair upholstered in leather; 1 .Mahogany pedestal; 1 Axmin-ster rug 10M: .x 12; several handsome pictures; 1 quarter cut oak extension dining table eight feet long; S solid oak diners: 2 oak centre tables; 'I rockers; 1 sectional book case; 1 mission oalc jardiniere stand; 1 white enamel iron bed, brass trimmings with extension foot, also spring and mattress; 2 heavy while enamel iron beds with springs and mattresses; 1 Maple dresser, oak finish with sv.-ell front; 2 oak dressers and stands; 1 davenport bed complete; 1 foldinfe card table; 1 Japanese rug �x9; 1 covered clothes chest;1 grass rocker; 1 child's kindergarten set; 1 iawn seat; small nigs; 1 child's go-carl; 1 Drop-head Singer sewing machine, 5 drawers; kitchen cabinet, kitchen cupboard, tables, chairs, etc.; 1 Monarch steel range, G 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 ALL SMALL ARTICLES, WILL BE SOLD IN THE MORNING TERMS CASH AUCTIONEER'S PHONE 1023 Big Introductory Sale NOW ON b o y Bring your Boy to our Store for a New Suit or a Pair of Shoes. SOME NEW GOODS JUST IN Some of these lines are very hard to get now, due principally to the war, but by going to (he right place we managed to get a limited quantity. The lines we refer to are Crosse & Blackwell's goods, Old Country Biscuits, Imported Preserved Ginger, Blue Label Catsup, etc., and other lines. BLUE LABEL CATSUP, per bottle........35c. CROSS & BLACKWELL'S MARMALADE, Four pound tins ......................... 85c Seven pound tin.'!, each ................. $1-25 CROSSE & BLACKWELL'S PICKLES, Octagon bottles, Ghirkins, sour mixed, onions. Piciid- dily and Chow, per bottle ............... 45c CROSSSE & BLACKWELL'S SOUPS. In tins, .Vssorted. per (in ........................ 40c. CROSSE & BLACKWELL'S BLOATER PASTE, per pot ................................ 25c. CHINESE PRESERVED GINGER, poU .... 35c. CALIFORNIA RIPE OLIVES, pints ........ 35o. CALIFORNIA RIPE OLIVES, quarts ....... 60c ROQUEFORT CHEESE, McLaren's in pots, price each ............................. 25c. BEANS-Small California, speckled Bayos. these are being used quite a lot now owing to white navy beans being so high in price. We got a lot of these nt a good price. Price 3Vj pounds for ................................. 25c. PEAK FREAN'S IMPORTED BISCUITS. ARROWROOT WAFERS, CREAM FINGERS, SHORT CAKE, DIGESTIVE, 1-2 lb pkts. ..20c. CRACKNELS, 1-2 lb packets each.........35c. MACAROONS, per Vj....................65c COFFEE, MALKINS' BEST. BROWN BERRIES, In.one pound air-tight tins, gimranteed to give absolute siUlsfnction. Speclnl-a fancy set o( China tree for coupons saved. See .sample, I'rico per pound tin ................... 50c. PRUNES-Victoria CrosG Brand. Wo were fortunate in getting 12.'i boxes each 10 lbs. of those, nt consldernblo below tlie present market price. They are size lit)-70 which is a very desirable one. For a sliort limo our price on these will bo, per 10 lb box ............ ?1.15 MINCE MEAT, Express, 4 lb tins, each ... 65c. MINCE MEAT, E.vpress, 2S lb pails each .$3.35 STRICTLY NEW LAID EGGS per dozen ....50c. OFFICE PHONE 1271 THE GOOD CO. HIGH-CLASS GROCERIES STORE PHONE 52 5 Tentative Plan of New Canadian Capitol Ottawa., Feb. 23. - The tentative l)lan ot the main parliament buildini; as it is liiccly to bo constructed has ; been made tlie subject of a conference! attended by Sir Koherl Borden. Sir I Wilfrid Laurier, Hon. Robert ''..-g-! ers and ilcssvs. Pc.\rson and' March- i and. architects, wlio have tl\e matter! in hand. T1k'> plan provides for two | modern chambers for tlie senate and i the commons, one at cither end of the Imildings. Further conferences will be held and new plans will he discussed in the house. Back from 'Peg E. U. Kvlands returned last week i (rem a business trii) to Winnipeg. He states that that city entertained 25.000 visitors last week. BOYS' SUITS FINEST BELGIAN MAKE $2.50, $3.75, $4.75 and $6.00 A GOOD LINE OF BOYS' SHOES AT LOW PRICES WEDNESDAY'S GRAIN PRICES Winnipej:, Feb. 23. - Opening and' dosiua; prices on tlie grain exchanges . todav were Wheat- Mav ......... Julv ....... Oats- Mav ......... July ......... Harlev-.Mav ......... Flax-M.iv .......... Julv........................... 2.13?' NyaFs Cod-Liver Compounds Will Kcslore Vitality To Ruu-Dowu System For anaemic persons or those suffering from deficient vitality Nyai's Cod Livet- Compound is unliesitatingly recommended for it helps build up cells and tissues and is highly beneficial tor an old cold, or cough. Price 50c ami $1.00 Per bottle The Red Cross Drag & Beck Co., Limited CITY xVND DISTRICT Home Guard Meeting A meeting of the executive of the Home Guard will be held Saturday evening nt S o'clock in the Hoard of Trade rooms. Joins 13th O. M. R. Waldo n. Minor, of the International Harvester Co. staff, left the citv last night to Join the IStli O. M. U. at .Medicine HaL Masonic Meeting Shekinah Chapter No. 158, R.A.M., will meet tonight in the Masonic hall at S o'clock sharp. Visiting bretiiren welcome. Breaks Up Drinking Bout Chief Hardy very rudely broke up a Sunday nigiit drinking bout staged by .John Romanchuk in honor of liis friends at his residence, ijth .vvenuo North. Wien the chief made his entry there were three empty kegs ot beer, three or tour empty jugs which had contained something with uiore "bick" to it, besides a reserve supply fully as large. One member of the \ party had a broken head, but he was i spirited away and the chief has not I yet been able to find him. Romun-jchuk and the reserve booze were taken in tow, and appeared before -Magistrate Elton tliis morning. Uo-I manchuk was lined SlOO and costs for Ji having booze for sale, while the booze 'itself was confiscated. Open Close ...... 1.20 1.2U- ............ ...... 1.181 1.21.1 ...... m ...... 13; 131 .*��..... ...... fi7i 691 ,,,,,...... ...... 2.10 2.113 WE INTEND TO MAKE THIS STORE HEADQUARTERS FOR BOYS WEAR. STOCK OF BOYS SHIRTS AND FURNISHINGS ON WAY.- HAVE GOOD AS-SORTMENT OF SHOES AND CLOTH-ING NOW. WESTERN MERCANTILE CO. PHONE 1724 i We Deliver to all Parte of the City 606 THIRD AVE. SOUTH WINNIPliCr C.VSH Wheat- \o. 1 Xor................... No. 2 Nor................... N'o. 3 Xor. ..".....>......... No. l Xor................... No. 5 Nor................... � No. ,fi Xor................... Oats-No. 2 0. W................. No. 3 C. W. ................ Extra No. 1 No. 1 Feed Nn. 2 Feed Barley-No. 3 ......... N"o. 1 ......... I'>e;i ........... Flax- ,Vo. I N. W. No. 2 C. yi............................. CHICAGO WHEAT Mav ........................... l-23i Julv........................... \-m � MINNEAPOLIS WHEAT Mav ........................... 1-20 Julv............................ PRICES ............................. 1.20 ............................. 1.171 .;.....>...................... 1.15 ............................. i.ui- ............................. ].03i ............................. 97J ............................ 42J �............................ Ml Feed ................... .10 J ................;............ 385 ............................. 372 .............................. fi.-) ............................. 59. ........................... 54 C. 2.UfiJ 2.03J 1.231 1.105 1.2U 1.201-, LOCAL MARKETS LOCAL GRAIN PRICES Wagon prices- Wlicat .................................... 102 Oats ....................................... 30!. Flax .....,................................. 181 Harley .................................... 46 i Track prices : W'iicat .................................... 105 Oats ....................................... 331 Flax....................................... 191 BUYINO PHICES FOR HAY .Vo. 1 timothy, baled, ton ...... 10.00 No. 1 alfalfa, baled, ton ......... fl.50 Standard alfalfa'........................ 0.00 No. 2 alfalfa .......................... 8.00 No. 1 bliiejoint .......................... 10.00 Livestock and Poultry Choice steers, fi', to 0^. Fat cows, to C. . � Sheep-Choice killiiip; wethers, 7. Sheep-Choice Uillinjr. ewes, 11)., Select hORS, 150-250 Itis., 71, Uvo fowl, 12c. DR. HESS STOCK TONIC \ In 25-lt) pails and 100-Tb saclvs, Highly Coiiceiitratetl, as the Small Dose ^ Quantity Proves Now. as a worm expeller, T will go the limit in guaranteeing my Stock Tonic. To clean out your hogs, put In the swill ono tablespoouful nfuiy Tonic to every two hogs twice a day and you'll make short work ,ot the worms. Dr. Hess' Stock Tonic is A Sure Worm Expeller A SPLENDID TONIC This preparation of mine is L'4 years old, farmers everywhere have tested it. I feed it to my own stock, for 1 know that it contains the necessary ingredients for fenriching tho blood, improving the digestion and assimilation, keeping the entire animal system clean and well regulated. ^ Now here is my guarananteo to you-a guarantee that my dealer in your town will back up in letter and spirit; it must suroly convince you of tlie undoubted faith I have in this preparation-read it very carefully. So sure am I that Or. Hess Stock Tonic will put your animals in a thriving condition, make the ailing ones healthy and expel the worms, that I have authorized my dealer in your town to supply you with enough for your stock, and If It does not do as I claim, return the empty packages and my dealer will refund your money. J. D. HiGINBOTHAM & CO., Ltd., Agents Backed by a reputation earned in the kitchens of Canada is iliiiliiiiioili' At the Men's Own Police Magistrate Elton is a tremendously busy man these days, and like most btisy men he creates a surplus -of time and energy whicii is nt tho present time devoted to the ail absorbing envorinment encircling thtj world at this date, nnmely the world's war. Aa a student of the situation. Its causes and objects, Mr. Elton has certainly plied himself with a vast apportionment of the continental conditions and stages leading u;) to the | bursting of tiie European coiillaiira- j lion, aad no person listening to tlie address of the magistrate upon l!ie preliminariea, tiio present actualities, and the probable so(|uenco of the j crisis cannot but arrive at any other conclusion than that Mr. l>^lton is in tho forefront as a .searclior and tiiink-er into the causes and objects of tlie world's war. His address at the Men's Own last Sunday afternoon was accepted with that keen and appreciative interest which is in evidence, and which dominates any oration of Mr. Elton on the Men's Own platform, nd his comprehensive traversing of tho causes and objects of the world's situation proved to be quite a revelation perhaps not in tiie possession of the general public. H. G. Kiinor, of local baritone fame, delighted HhH men with a typically rendered solo to the pianoforo accompaniment of Jlr. Claude Huglies, conductor of Wesley church choir. BIG INCREASE OF TRADE IN CANADA IN 1915 Ottawa, Fell. 23.-Canada's total trade for the first ten months of the, current liscal year lias reached tho enormo.us sum of 11,153,933,598 aa against $81)8,778,427 for the corresponding period. last year. The Increase is due to the heavy Increase in exports whicli totalled ?5!)5,000,000 as against . S3;;.j,n00.000 tor tho last year. Inijiorts showed a falling off, lieing S42n,0(i0,000 as against $510,-000,non during tho preceding year, Tlio balance of trade in favor oC ox-ports for the ten montlis was there, fore in the neigliborhood of ?170,000,'. 000. Trades Council Tile i'ogular meeting ot the Trades and Labor Council will be held Tii.urs-day evening at 8.30 in the l^alior hall. All members are Tequested to attend. Throw Off (holds and Prevent Grip When you feel a cold coming on, take LAXATlVE-BROiMO QUININE. .11 removes cau.se of colds, and grip. Only one "BROMO QUININE." K. W. GROVE'S signature on box. .'uc. ANNOUNCEMENTS Death of Infant Tlie death occurred at the resldenco 1220 Cth Avon.ue A Soutli, of the in-fant son, Stuart Alfred Williams, aged six montlis, of Private and ]\Irs. Thos, Williams. The father is a member oC lliQ 113th Kilties. The sympathy of the community goes out to the sorrowing parents. Tho funeral will bo held on Thursday at 2.30 p.m. from tlie residence, Rev. Canon jMcMilloa olliciating. CITY AND DISTRICT Undergoes Operation One ot the younger sons ot Major W. C. Bryan of .Vlaclood underwent an operation lor appendicitis at Gait liospitai yesterday morning. Tlio young man is getting along nicely, Makes Presentation Mr. T. C. Ridpath, tho tailor, has presented tho 113th ofUcera' mess with a hand.som(t cut glass (lowor vaso and stand. U is the first presentation of tlie kind and la' iiighly appro-elated by I.,iout.-Col. Pnce-,7ones and tho staff. CATTLE! CATTLE! CATTLE! WE HAVE -to HEAD RANGE COWS AND HEIFERS AT STOCK YARDS-1 REGIStERED DURHAM BULU. Acadia Building HATCH & LEWIS Live Stock Dealers Stock Yards Billy Radoliffe at Front W. RudcUffo, who was cement o.k-pert in the city engineering department in tiio busy summer ot 1912, Is at the front, a member of ono of tho M'lnnlpeg umbulaiico corpH. In u letter from him ho states that he mot P. T. Cruttenden, t!io contractor, who joined tlio I'Otli Battery which went to France last month. Tho St. Maryls W. A. will hold a Parochial Supper on Thursday evening, February 24th In the Parish Hall at 7 p.m. A grand concert will lie given after tho supper, comnioiiciiig at 8 o'clock. All members of tlin church and their friends aro co,i'dial)y invited. A charge ot 25 cents will bo made In aid of tho church. 02-2 Court Unity No. 9311 A.O.P. will \ hold a special businos.s meeting on ' Friday, instead of Tliunsday, of tills week at 8 p,m. All officers and mom-bers aro requested to bo present and prompt. Visiting brothers arc Invited, 62-2 Carlyle Branrt ICE CREAM MADE FROM PURE AND RICH CREAM GIVE IT A TRIAL The Crystal Dairy PHONE 1376 Entomogollst Returns E. H. Strickland, government entomologist, who has been in cliui'go of the cutworm investigation in tho Lothbrldge district for the past tiireo years, arrived in tho city this morning from Ottawa and will continue his work again tills summer. Mr. Strickland hopes that cutworms will be ono ot the posts Uie Curmors will not havo to tliink u'jout this yoar. �^'lie very wot season of last yoar, together with the very cold weather of tho winter, has put n (julotug on tho cutworm for this year lio tiilnks, HowoVor, he will bo on tho job and will wKtch closuly in ordor to check if possible any ajipoaranco yjf the 1113 or 416 For Your Groceries and Ff uits JAMS-In 4 lb. palls, Raspberry, Strawberry, Rod (Currant /ICm' with ApplQi', per pail ................................. H'OC In Two pound tiun ..........................,........... 25c. Strawberry, Raspberry and Black Currant, pure fruit "yCf* *jftm, per tin.................................. I,5JC Oranges, SunkiNt, two tlozcn..........35c and pel' dozen,... * ...,......25c, 35c, 50c. SPINACH, HEAD LETTUCE, CELERY H. A. NEX'T HERALD oi='FICE PHONES-1113 and 416 ;