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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - February 27, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta WEDNKSDAY, FKBHUAHY 27, 1918 Jilt-: LKTHBmi)*.;, *.\AILY HERALD PAGE SEVEN �SHSWHHEH That is Logical Place Bui Would Cost More Money Says Mayor If Mayor Hardin has his witvh, Uio proposed Carneglo public Horary will r bo built on one corner of Gait Gardens. "That 1h the logicuPplaee for it," ho tola the Herald. "In \ny opinion it. \h the ouJy place for it. Probably it ii not generally known, but when talk of building a Carnegie library here v.'uh first conoid or od some yearn ago, �we could have obtained from Mr. Gait the centre -df thy Gordons for that purpose. Now however, .since that little plot of laud has passed into the hands of the C.P.R. J. understand they valuo it at 11200,000 and there is no chance vf our getting it." i � Tho mayor stated that the old Hhrary correspondence was being looked ui), and uh sooni possible negotiations with the Carnegie Library foundation Fund will bo opened. The ono �great-difficulty about building on Gall Gardens is that $30,000 would not be sufficient money for a building which would be a. decoration to that beauty FpOt. CONSTANT PAIN AFTER EATING _____ F The Tortures of Dyspepsia Corrected by "Frult-a-tives" St. Mahtin'k, N.R. "For two years, J suffered ioriuron from St'vt-rc Dyspepsia, I had constant pains after eating; pains down the skies and back ; and horrible bitter stuff often came up iu my mouth. I tried doctors, but they did not help me. Hut ns soon as I started taking *Fnttt-a-tives\ 1 began to improve and this medicine, made of fruit juices, relieved me when everything else failed." MRS. HUDSON" MAHSHBANK. 50c. a' box, 0 for $2.50, trial size -Vjc At all dealers or sent postpaid by Fruit-a-tives Limited, Ottawa. Turning Failure Into S uccess ECAUSE n hundred inventors foiled to molte machines that tfou Id fly; has nothing to do �with the hundreds of aeroplanes that dot the sky over England, France, Belgium and Canada. Because $ou can't make a rich, delicious cup of coffee -vJith the brand $ou are using; has nothing > to do with your success SEAL BRAND COFFEE Rightly chosen-expertly Wended- perfectly roasted -"Seal Brand" comes to you \3ith all its rich, aromatic fla-Oor seeled in the tin and read;? to delight $ou *?ith its rare deliciousness. In %, 1 and 2 pound tin*-in the bean, '. ground, or fine groun^ for percolators. Hac? you tead" PERFECT COFFEE-PERFECTLY MADE"? Washington, Feb. 27.-Sir Robert Borden, premier of Canada, was presented to President Wilson today by Lord Heading, tho British'ambassador. The premier is here conferring with officials wf the British and Canadian war missions regarding -tVansfer of British credits hero to Canadian account. Lief ore going" t:> the White Mouse, Hlr 'Robert said that tho main purpose of \)U visit was to discuss with American ofiioUla and Lord Heading certain mutters of common war-time t-.oneeni to both governments. Toronto, Keb. liT.-Word was received iu tho legislature today that Hi*. Hauua, M.P., for South "LunarU, died j at Perth, Out., this morning. � Or, A. 10. Ilamia was elected for ; South Lanark on (he ('niunist ticket [ in -the December elections. I are no different from women when it come to shrewd buying and They have long since realized that just at the time new season's goods are arriving the progressive store is willing to make large sacrifices on certain lines to clear them out and make room for the new arrivals.. THAT TIME HAS ARRIVED FOR US and it's for you to reap the benefit. REMOVE SIX 30DIES SI. John.*. Nfld., Feb. 27. - Men from the steamer Terra Nova who boarded tho Red Cross liner Klorizel after word reached shore today that signals hud been observed on the ship, rapidly breaking up on the rocks near Cape Race, reported that titers wan no living person aboard. Every part of the vessel remaining above water was searched and the bodies of Vivo men mu\ ;i woman were recovered. None, however, was hle-ntufiod. The hndy nf an unidentified woman was washed ashore this morning. Case Now Being Heard-Man Convicted on a Stealing Charge MANITOBA BONDS Winnipeg, i�V.b. 21.-In -answering a  iuestion in Hie legislature last nignt, lien ted ward Prown, provincial uea-'urw\ -'.aid th.� province has so \\ Jo the IhiinUiUm >SV cr'itics company, and the Wood, Gundy cmpany, $2,000,000 honds at. 01 fer the short term, and 91^> for tho long lb 1017. Mr. lirown said, the province had sold one issue of $12,000, 0UO to Wood. Gundy and company and the Hank of Now York at a price at DtJVj. > *: > *> > > > > > 4> > > > > > > > ? > *> > *> ? *; v V ? V Going ut Business uction Sale Alike Beards of Barons was in the dock in supreme court this jnomjng ! charged with shooting witli intent to, kill, Frank Francks, and also with! wounding him. The affray toolcplace j in a Rarons pool room last fail, j Prancks is now doing a term in jail j for assaulting Beards, and it was out > of this fight, and previous fights be-; tween the two men that the alleged! shooting is supposed to have arisen. !, Franeks waa tlu* first witness call-'; cd in this case, and was on the stand at noon when court adjourned. He: (old of the trouble between the two, j claiming that, Beards had threatened to knife him, and that Beards' brother : had. also once attempted to assault | him with an axe as a result of an al-;: tercation over a card game. Franclts ; claimed that during his fight with Beards in the afternoon preceding the j shooting. Beards had threatened to 'get even with him ,by using a knife. * Cross-examined by C. F. Harris for : the defense Francks swore that he wasnot a member of the I. \V. \V. and.j. that he had never been in jail for.any.* offence connected with that roguulza- j tion And anyway, he said, that Itad : nothing to do with another man's try-j ing to kill him. He stated that he j was a Hollander, not a German. The j case is expected to conclude this nf-i ternoon. I The jury in the case is E. Adams, ) L. P. Tuff, 1). T. Fowler, A. W. Jen- j sen, D. G. Selman and Harold Wood, � Charge of Stealing Before Mr. Justice Ives in.Supreme! Court yesterday afternoon Raymond I Smith, hyt'ank Eaton, William Henry J and Roy/E. Loucks of Uetlaw appeared on a charge of stealing from the C.P.R. station at Retlaw nine packages of liquor on the night of Decern- j hot 1st last. They pleaded not guilty. ] Cl^as. Baker, agent of the C. 1\ U. there was the first witness and told of missing the liquor shipments, of linding the freight shed door broken open, and of notifying the A. P. P. who traced the missing wet goods. The result of the case was that Smith was convicted and will be sentenced on Friday morning, the other tbrw> men being dismissed. C, F. P. Cony-beare prosecuted and C. F. Harris defended. 7 Having received instractions from J. IBEY & CO., I will sell at Public Auction the balance of the Ibey Merchandise, located in Cardston, regardless of Value, Cost or Profit $7,000.00 Worth of Good, Clea Merchandise Consisting of Dry Goods, Groceries, Enamel Ware, Crockery, Light Hardware^ Shoes, Hosiery, Racket Gdbds, Notions, Stationery and School Supplies. Not a joke, a real Auction Sale. Everybody come and buy bargains. Comfortable arrangements will be made for customers during sale. FIRST SALE STARTS SATURDAY. MARCH 2nd DIED A LUNATIC Winnipeg, Feb. 26.-David Wells-, j conscientious objector, recently sen : tenced to the penitentiary for two j years for defaulting under the Mil- j itary Service Act, is dead. After a few days in the penitentiary Wells became a raving lunatic and was removed to the' county asylum at Selkirk, where he died. r n At 10 o'clock sharp and will continue the following Monday and Tuesday or until the entire stock is disposed of. The store will be closed Wednesday, Thursday and Friday arranging for sale. The stock will be sold in large or small quantities to suit customers. No reserve. J. IBEY, Owner Nicholson and LaValley AUCTIONEERS OF LETHBRIDGE, PHONE 1053 Social Service Convention Here Friday An echo convention of the recent Social Seryice Convention in Calgary, and considered by many the best ever held in Alberta, will meet on Friday, March 1st, in Wesley Hall. Tho fol-lowin gprogram will be given*. 10 A.M.-Addrest by Mayor Hardie. Subject, "Law Enforcement. Ad-dresa by Rev. A. D. Archibald. Subject, "Field Work of the Sociaf Service League." 1 p.M.-Three addresses will be given, 1. Venereal Diseases, by Dr. Gal-braith. Discussion led by Dr. Lover- 2. Child Welfare, by A. M. McDonald, of Edmonton. Discussion led by Mrs. Robertson, Pres. of the Civic Club. 3/ Pitfalls of Womanhood, by Mrs. Gredett, of Calgary, followed by general discussion. 8 P.M.-Address, Rev. A. W. Coone, Provincial Secretary Social 8'ervice League. Subject, The Recent Convention. Address, Rev -Dr. Salem G. Bland, of Winnipeg. 3ubject, "The War and After'1 No one can afford to mis* this inspiring lecture. Special music will be rendered. Everybody is invited to all sessions. v. FOR SIX ONLY THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 28 to MARCH 7, OUR MEN'S AND BOYS' DEPARTMENT ARE HOLDING A STOCK REDUCING EVENT of the following lines you cannot afford to miss MENS AND YOUTHS' TWEED SUITS 27 only in ;i nice range of patterns 34 to 40. Regular to $15.00. $11.29 and; colorings. Sizes for A very large and dainty array of NECKTIES With the open flowing ends. In every conceivable coloring and design-some neat-some'showy, but something to meet every taste. Regular 50c, 3 for $1.00 In a better srade. the regular price ranging to $22.50. These will all be rlcaied at one price.  50 DOZ. ONLY MEN'S GREY WOOL SOCKS Not too heavy, just a nice medium weight. The regular price is 40c pair and considering the tremendous advance In the price of yarn, these are, surely a bargain at 25c Pair CHESTERFIELD RAINCOATS FOR $11.95 This is a very timely special for the approaching spring weather. They come in worsted and t^reed shell with a neat cheek lining. Absolutely rainproof and good value at $15.00. 41* ^ BLACK CASHMERE SOCKS There's only 25 dozen ot these, ho you will have to do some tall hustling to get in on them. Regular 50c to go at- 39c Pa�" STOCK UP FOR THE SPRING Ah well toll a man the world is round as tell him- THESE SHIRTS ARE A SNAP AT 97 BOYS' SUITS Our regular stock ranging from $1.25 cuffs, with or without collars. to $1.75. Soft or stiff In a very large range of tweeds, worsteds, etc. stripes, clucks in all colors. Made in the Norfolk back styles. Regular values to $10.00, for- Mixtures, or Finch- $6.49 TEN DOZEN ONLY, FAWN NEAR FLANNEL WORK SHIRTS A medium weight suitable for spring. Sizes Regular $1.50. for $119 to 1 BOYS' BLUE SERGE SAILOR SUITS With short, or long pants. A good heavy old country serge of splendid wearing quality. Any size for 7 to 11 years of age. All one price- $4.49 FLANNELETTE PYJAMAS [n neat clean stripes. Some are frogged and some buttoned Not. the extra heavy weight for winter wear, but just suit able for chilly spring nights. Regular f 2.50 for $1.98 BOYS' PARAMATTA RAINCOATS L Just the thing he will need for' school wear. Guaranteed tA iU;op him dry. Sizes 2S to 34. Regular $6.50, forT $4.99 FLANNELETTE NIGHT SHIRTS Only a very limited supply of these, will croon be fone'at such a price Oonie early, for they BOYS' NAVY BLUE JERSEY SUITS Guaranteed fast color and of very elastic make which will keep its shape. Regular $3.00 for- $2.15 STORE OPEN TILL 9 p.m. SA TURD A YS STORE OPEN TILL 9 p.m. SATURDAYS men's HEAVY TAN CALF REGULATION ARMY LEATHER stock WORK BOOTS Wide fitting. Will stand plenty of hard wear. Sizes 0 to 10. Today's price $6.00- Special at $4.29 A SPECIAL SNAP IN MINER'S BOOTS This is a wide fitting easy boot without hob nails in sizes ti to 11. Regular $4.00. Special at $2.89 MEN'S GUNMETAL .AND VELOUR CALF DRESS BOOTS * Button and Blucher styles. Medium toes. Goodyea soles. All sixes. Regular $tf.00. Special at- $4.29 BOYS' MEDIUM WEIGHT BOX CALF DRESS BOOT * A good solid boot of splendid wearing Qualities. Sizes 5. Regular $4,75, Speoial at- $3.69 1 to MEN'S SEMI-DRESS BOOTS IN BOX CALF Wide fitting and square tee. A dandy C to 10. Regular $4.50,  . boot. Special at $3.69 BOYS'HEAVY SCHOOL BOOTS Made of heavy black calf. Wide fittiug and heavy leather' reinforced counters. Sizes 1 to 5. Regular $4.75. Special at-  $3.49 ONE (fheBuds ompanu ONE WEEK ONLY ;