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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 28, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE SIX THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD MONDAY, FEBRUARY 28, ISlfi _____ --m r 10% of Our Sales Tuesday Given to Red Cross Fund Buy Your New Spring Suit Now and Help Swell the Fund '>rniiy lU'W lint's in Cloliuniv. Piini-isliing^, Pjoots niid Sliot'^'. plaei'd in stock -witliiii the last �\veok. See (he Xew rit-Keloriu >Sui(.s- HIS.OO and up. 20th Century New Si)ruig- Suits- J*?22.00 up. , Jf 'f^l5.00 is your )Snii; price, you >Yill I'iiul values liere that arc not equaHed in any store in the city at the price. ^ - ^ � OlSTR Call iinU inspect our ncAV Spring stock. "We have many price surprises to offer yo\i, notAvithstanding the advance prices that are now asked on all lines of juerchandisc. The '2' M's. Melvelvie & McGuire MACLEOD NOTES (From th. The net re-sidt or bis activities were V.. .Norman, Vj. West and P. .1, Tllfold, who will sjbortly be seen iiaradlng around in kilts. Sorgt. .Major and Jlrs. Arnold and daughter arrived liere on Simday. .Mrs. Arnold and daughter will stay with lier parents, M. and Mrs. Geo. .M'.'.rcelluB. Sergt. .Major Arnold will return to his regiment at .Medicine Hat shortly. .Mrs. Gorlon. who has been ill at the hospital lor over a month, is now convalescent and left yesterday for t| Special Prices wil be given tomorrow on account of tke Red Cross Day Sale. For every dollar you spend liere tomorrow ten cents of it goes Red C ross to Fun e -Mr. and .Mrs. .\. Slater, ol i'^ishburn. itween the Patriotic Fund and Hf'l ; ,,,Ve'taken up their abode here, bavl l'^''""^'^-...... Jiug moved into -Mr. Plunkets ranch , Last Thursday night a tire uccurr.Mi 11,^,;,^, p,, Tuesdav last, j down at the Golden West mine at the i .^,j. of'Heaver .Mines, wlio 1 river which nearly resulted m a 'Um-i the misfortune to have dier toe ble ^fatality. Two men. .Messrs. hen- I j^. ,^.,.tti,g Kirkham Block inett and Wood, employed at the luhn were hurned lU'ctty badly about tin lace and J body. They were batching ! in one ol the mine bousi's, and after j supjier were cleaning a (toat with [asoline. .-Vfter they had cleaned the icoat, they bung it tip on the wall and i several others coming in I hey all iJilayed cards until about !(i.."t�, anil ! when their friends had goui! home, lone of tile men thought ho would have 'a smoke. He lit a match and there was I a sudden blaze and the fire destroyed the entire house, besides bunting the two men badly. Both are doing well now and  will shortty be able to bo around. ago. along nicely at the liospilal. WANTS TO KNOW OBJECT OF PACT Londou, Feb. 2e.-^PhUip Suowdeu Socialist member of the house from Blackburn, has given notice that he intends to ask Premier Asquiih next Tuesday whether the British government ascertained Irom all the allies of this nation before the conclusion of the agreement not to make a .separate peace, what their object; was in the war, and what they expected iiv,_the way of gmarantees, territorial concessions, and trade and economic opportunities. PEACE COUNCIL MEN MUST FACE NEW YORK COURT Washington, Feb. 2.j-United States Commissioner Taylor, today dismls.s- BOW ISLAND NEWS j PINCHER CREEK DOINGS (From the Review) \ iFrom ihe i>choi. On Monday, at his residence, A. j It is with mingled feelings of pride Swennumson'sustained a very painful; and regret BLAIRMORE NEWS 1 From the Enterprise) .At a special meeting of the Hlair-more school trustees .1. W, Verge, principal of the local school, was granted leave of absence luitil the end of the war, or until his return to niairmore, and the (piestion of a substitute was given consideration. .Mr. Verge has enlisted with the lOlind Battalion. The resignation of W. .loyce as secretary for the school dis- I trict will also be sulnnitted today. The provincial secretary acknowledges receipt of ?l.'iT.10 from the Bellevue miners of the West Canadian Collieries, per the Rellevue branch of the Red Cross society, for the two weeks ending .lanuary l.")th. ed the attack on the indictments of H. Robert Fowler, Herman Scliullels and Henry K. Martin, returned in a federal grand jury's investigation of i'^cJ^^i;:j; vears ago. The...... .......... membeiod by many :'>";""^"e'>''^f�- ,1- ^ thev were anuuig 'leaded by llie Coleman city band, il- recruits marclUMl down to the Sana- .^t a ' u^'i^Jc;;;! ,1^' .leiUh AiHo surgical shirts 21 T ,..nd-,.t^. Penny.: on the field S. Penii; I >\ IJ1U..U .....- ______ ----- ----'k about The three men were placed in 'hej^^l^Jj^ "Hardware Co increased tlieifamilv will he rcu ustody of a marshal. Their attor-| ^^^^,^1 ^1^^ Patriotic Fund this week : residents here as ey announced he would apply to the , extent of S-'O This is the the early settlers ! :ii> abdominal liinders. ti many-tailed bandages, bed pan covers, IHl white custody ney courts here for a writ of habeas corpus. and built the bouse .\ir. �� - - , , I- ,  . I l^ -., . lorium on Thursdav afternoon for in- est contribution to the tund so larjuow occupied by Or. Geenn.u. � ,p,,tion. About twenty of the num- _ received. '""^ l/er are Kussiaiis Tn ibe course of an aeronnne re--McGregor, of Ronalaue, north with the Hudson's Bay and with ,.i.s | ' i,;,tterson now In the course of an aeioplane le-. uVawA, in Medicino Hat ; wife and son lelt lor the Coast about |, weariu"- the colors' connaissance of the enemy s advanced , t,,,,,,,. ,,hn,irtinve ^ ^^^^^ Battalion. feet, destroyed the enemy's jiower station at El Hassana with a loO-pound bomb. AUCTION SALE WEDNESDAY, MARCH 1 At the Lethbridge Sales Barn 1)5 head ot wm-k horses, 0 to c, years old, weight from 11 nb to loOO lb.?. 1 Grade Percheron Stallion rising 5 years, �\\'eight liiOO, 2 Grade Percheron Stallions rising 2 year.s old. :: Registered Shorthorn hulls, 1 l)e Laval Cream Separator, nearly new. Second hand harness, wagons, and a number o[ mber articles. 1 Hegislered Percheron Stallion rising 16 years old. SALE COMMENCES AT ONE O'CLOCK SHARP IN AFTERNOON TERMS CASH J, A, SMITH Avclioneer H. O. ROLLAG, Manager ^rowth in Alberta. 1 shock to bis many friends here. The .\t a meeting of the town council ; deepest sympalliy is fell for the been Thursday ol last week a letter was | roaved parents in the loss of their on-received from the solicitors to tbeily child. owners of the Bow Island Centre sub- i We have been informed that iilow- CARMANGAY NEWS I From the Sun) Regular meeting of Council of the - , ,-,, , . , , T ..Rural Miinicipalitv of Little How was division, asking that the matter oi ing was commenced at . udge I es |,^^^^^ .^^ 1^,^^^^^^ Mon.iay, Feb. Tlh. taxes upon this property be lelt in h'ancb on .Monday last. How is this; , ^ Hepartnient of abeyance till April first, as their client lf,,. Pinclier Creek? Can any ^'^^ \ .^^^J^vvar.'ead staling was away on an extended trip. Ihe district beat it. k,,.,, ^ settlenieiil had been made be- iwiuest was granted. , ; _ ^^f^rst- -\>�30'- -\T">'l Hic l,.dh at 1,^^.^^,^ ^1,^ U ,overnment DOWT FORGET The City Second Hand Store 406 FIFTH STREET S. Will give 10 percent of their receipts to the Red Cross Fund on February 29. REMEMBER THIS! read for pulpit vacancy, but no a'de. who waP. sum-j jj^^^.^, that there were no lands subject to eniisrunlil he change'd his name to >"""�''' !" Qnohi'v mi account ot tbe!,, i, municipality, wmiams .serious Illness ot her iniolher returned, eo.uii. Isaacs moved that the reeve lake up the matter of paying hail claims at the convention in ICdmon-toii. and advocate the paying of the aims in each municipality as they receive the hail insurance in full from isuch municipality, and that the see-IretaiT ncnd a copy of this resolulioii ilo tlie secretary of the llail Insurance 'Board. Carried. T. R. Hays, who opened up a gen- ])l{i:SS WAK^r AM) KEEP FEET DKV IMPORTANJ AUCTION SALE OF MILCH cows, HORSES, etc. AT THE OLD FAIRFIELD FARM, S.W., 1-4 of 21-8-21, AND 3 MILES S. E. OF CITY On Friday, March 3rd, 1916 AT ONE O'CLOCK P. M. There will be sold by Public Auction by instructions of Messro. Chainey & Gattrell,, who are dissolving partnership, ;'.0 Milch Cows, Holsteins, Urubams, .\yrslnres. 1. Scotch Shorthorn Bull, registered, L'VJ! years. 1 Team Bay Geldings, S years old, about 2-100 pounds. 1 Black Mare, lliUO pounds. 1 Sorrell Gelding, 10 years, 1:300 pounds. a Roan Gelding, iiQll lbs. 1 Saddle pony. Ten tons Sheaf Oats om any pharmacy iii.nui four | me." -Mrs. Catharine GooDLING, 138 ounces of Jad Sails; iuii. table | King Street, York, iPn. spoonful in a glass of water and drink before breakfast I'ar-h niorn-liig for a W(!ek. This is said io .�llni-inate uric acid by slimulaiiiig Die kidneys to normal action, ihus ridding the l)lood of tliese ImpiuiUes. Jad Salts Is ine.xpoiisivo, harmless and is made from tiie acid of grapes and lemon Juice, combined vvilli llt'iia and is used with excellniit i'esulis by thousands of folks wlio ar's subjeci. to rheumalism! Here you have a pleas-unt, eflervGscent lithia-waier drink which ovorconio.s uric acid and Is ben-I oflclal lo your kidneys as well. .1. D, Higlnbothaiii. & (-o., Ltil., druggial-i, lyOthbi'iUge, AlUi.-Advertl�eiU'JUl. When a medicine lias been successful in bringin� health to so many, no woman has a right to say without trying it, "I do not V)elievo it will help me." There must be more than a hundred thousand women in this country who, like Mrs. Goodling, have proven what wonders l.ydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound can do for weak anfl ailing women. Try it and see for yourself. If tlicrc arc any complications you don't uiidorstand, -vvrit^i Lydia li, ViuMuxm M�iliciuo Co. (coulidcutial), Lynn, Mass* home at I.eliisic, Ohio. He ropurta that the winter has been very mild In the east this year, rain or sleet falling almost every day. CLARESHOLM GOSSIP ~ (I'Voni tliOjiAdvoi'tiHer). -Many farmers, as soon as they 'can turn their grain Into cash, are buying lunibor. Koiirleeu loads went out oC ono liiuibnr yard on .Monday. Tho annual iiioelliig of the I'resby lorlun church was ludd in liie church liiHl Ivriday evening. Records of var-louB organiiialions were siibiiillled and Ultjc.uBsed. Hovural upiilicutlons wero Sc. All grocers sell Sunlight Soap. Sc. LEVER BROTHERS LIMITED, TORONTO. 10 ;