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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 7, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta 2Y\ HIGH CLASS PRINTING HERALD JOB DEPARTMENT ETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD HOTEL WINDSOR Best $1.25 a Day Hotel in Alberta Manufactured by M -Aw Ijidity Gardei Seed \\ t> ni-f liaiKlliiiii- year ilic hc^i^ packs iii('ln- FtM'ry's. Sii'clc Uriuu's. .Mjickciixic^ mid SiinniiM-. All our sccmIs (willi the rx-ccplinii oi' Sen Oiiiviis) arc iMiw in suu-k. S('lc,,,,.,..... 50c '1 or Passeuger;- ----...51.00 SMALL CHILDREN FREE Hospital and train I'alls a specialty. Carefi:! (irivpr, PHONE 1306 DAY OK NIGHT R llEH m STAFF WHO ENLISTS .I nvd T. Kobin.-;, supt. of trie (lentld ^Vjoh depanment. nbo lias enli.sted Jicholars in Lethbridge Get Inducement to Gain a Knowledge of Nature Protect Your Health Boil Your Water and Use Pasteurized Milk The Crystal Dairy PHONE id/L- Day Way Freight = iw!th iho Lethbridge Highlanders!, ve-^! porlpd (or duty yesterday.. A very i pleasant affair took place at the ller-iald office on Saturday, wiieu tiie meui-o� (lie stuff gathered to do -Mr. Robins honor. On behalf of ihe .staff, Thos. Kvun= presented Mr. Robins with a handsome set of pipes and a silver cigarette ease. .Mr. lOvuns made I a neat speech, congratnlating .Mr. j Robins on the step he liad taken, jaad wishing him every good luck I while on active service. Mr. Robins 'was also presented with a sioid wrist . watch and a hand.^onie O. VZ. I'xne. !on behalf of the Heralii Co. and W. \.\. Buchanan. M.P. -Althoush -Mr. Robins ha.'-- been a member of tlie Herald stall" bui a short lime, he was one of the most popular on the staff, and i.- widely icnowu in' fraternal circles in the city, Two i-ups have been presented to (he I,ethbridge schools for nature study coinpetiiions. This has just i.>;en announced, ami is the re.�uit of th- visit tl\o other day of .\lr .Mercer. ."(Hietaiy f.ir .\!-ierla of the Caiiadi;-n Intiepemicm .Vuturalists-. a soc'oiy w.iich has C'lt ix.i object thi-' iucuka ' lion of hipiur id'-i;is and greater Uiio\ -ledge of nature into the iliildren of the province. Of the tups one will go tu the pub-schools for inter-.'jcliool conipeti-vahied at ^7.'. The other and will be lor individual corapetilion among the pupils of the hi.t;li school. Tlie I'oinpelitions will be on written e.xumiuations ture study. The cost to llie schools uteiy nothing. lie tion. It is is smaller For FashionaWe Correspondence l.ct your juili>c you by oi' stiuioucry ncniLs tylc vou use lie Your letter is a personal en"^ voy-bo sure that ii appears in the correct guti). If you like distinctive style in STATIOMUn ]5e sure to see our now spring slock, it includes all of the latest conceits in shape, tint, and texture, both lor ladies and lor gentlemen. Tke Red jGross Drug & Book Co., Limited CUV AND DISTRICT Moose Meeting The Loyal Order of Moose will meet tonight at 'S o'clock. Members and visfUng brothers please attend. Seriously 111 -Mr. Grant, who recently came to i.,ethbrldgo lo take the position of accountant in tlie A. Macdonald Co., grocery wholesalers, is seriously ill. Taber Visitor U. K. Hullock. of Taber, is In the city today. He has jnst recentlv returned from a trip to Utah and const points. Getting Sewer Tile While in .Medicine Hat the other day Cotnmisslonor Grace gave a contract to one of the Hat clay works for about Si'OOO worth of sewer tile to- complete the Onlt .Addition sanitary sewer. The Popularity That "OUR BESF' FLOUR enjoys is due only to the high standard of quality maintained and the moderate price at which it is sold. See your grocer about NOW ElllSDN IIIIING & ELEVATOR CO, K j Poultry Association I The meeting of the Lethbridge I Poultry association will be held this evening at in the Board or Trade ! rooms. The lis .-Vsiatics. � REGR ACTIVE IN CALGARy The Kilties received word this morning from Cnlgarj- that, as a result of the (jriit day'a recruiting there, six men had been taken on. The pipe vnrletv to be evhihite.i 1 ''^ "'""^'^ evidence on to be f.xhibited j ntreets, stirring ,nP enthus- __ ! iasm in the Scotchmen, and it Is said Former Theatre IManager '''"^ f�'' "Ig MARKETS It Is understood ihe C. P. H. will 1 ""'l.'l'if '"^ '""^ promineni !w \ ears. put on a daily v.ay freight from this terminal over the Aldcrsvdi^ line.' Remanded for Trial Xick Holowatch, who was coinmit-ted on.a charge of perjurj- at the preliminary hearing in 'joJico miiri recently, appeared befor? ,!udse Jackson in -district noun ihiis moi-nlug, and was remanded for trirl t!!! March nth. WANTED CONSCRIPTION Stratford, Onl.. March (J-The. Perta recruiting league, after conducting a very energetic campaign along all lines at its disposal to secure enlistment in keeping witli ilie half rail-lion standard, will strongly urge upon the Dominion govornment the need of a census being taken and conscription enforced. TUESDAY'S Wheat - �May ......... TulV ......... ' Oats- � -'^'a-.- .. '.luly ......... Barlev- '.Mac........ i Flax- '-Mav......... Llulv ..... GRAIN PRICES Xo. : -VO. So. \ No. .N'o. .Vo. 1 4 Winnipeg .N'orlhern .Vorthern N'orlhern Xorthern Northern Northern Oats- .No. 2 C. \V. . . . No. :; C. W..... l-:.\tra 1 Feed .. .No. 1 I-'eed .... Harlev- N'o. :; ........... No. ! ......... I>eil .......... I'l ax-No. 1 N. W. C. Cash Open 112 112-4 (i4 2U!i'.. 211 Prices Close ; 112 : lU'. i (11(1 iw.j: 'in; : 211 i 212"4 ! 111 I 1081, I lOtiV-t I IOS'h I '.U j .ST j I ill!? I you tiie are No. 2 I -Mav . .luly . .Mav . .luly . C. W................ Chicago Wheat ........... II.-. ........... Ill", Minneapolis Wheat ........... 11(1 ..... ...... 11^'^ 21)11"., i ILll:; i nil-,; i ii"% WE ONL^ WANT YoU TO "TRY" OUR. flRoCERIE-5 OMCE, THIJ MEANJ YoU WILL BUY rRC.^' U 5 ALWAY S. ALL OROCERIE-S ARE. NoT THE. JAME QUALITY. BUT ALL OF OUR 6ROCERIE5 ARE THE ,SAME QUALITY -THE BEJT QUALIT^.' WE CAN BUY. WE WON'T BUY ANY OTHER KIND. THEREFORE, WE CANNOT JELL YOU ANY BUT THE BEJT. WE BUY FOR CASW ANP JELL FOFl CAJH. YOU 6ET THE BENEFIT. WESTERN MERCANTILE CO. SAM SADOWSKI, PROPRIETOR' PHONE 1724 We Deliver to all Part? pf the City . S06 THIRD AVE. SOUTH LOCAL MARKETS LOCAL GRAIN i-'RlCES Wanou i>rici's- Wheat .................... Oats .................... Max ................... IJarley .................. '1 raclv iirices : Wheat .................. Oats .................... I'Uix .................... BUYlNu fnicas FOR .No. 1 liiiKiiiiv, iialed. Ion No. 1 .'iljalia, ballad, ton ......... sti.nilanl nllali:i '........................ Si.. 2 aU.iU.i............................. Nu. 1 bli.'cji.iiit................. ! LIvestOfK -nt. Pouify i CI,(ml' slPprs, I'.', to Ii;. l''(it I .5.1 ff.i i'l. Hheep -f'liuice kilting v,>-llu-r^. riliKop- I'liotce i;illliig i:V.t'K. 7, 11).-.. ; l,iv(; iuv.i. l;:c. SPICES! FRESH AND PURE The difference between .good Spices and ordinary Splco.-t, as far as pricH is concerned, is so little that it is very poor ooon-omy to buy aii.v bin the i Pry best. .Vfler using ours ;)Uce, will always use tliein. for simple reason tliat they uHicli cheaper in _the cud. Our entire stock of Spices is (\i the sahie high grad';, rnd includes: .. , White, Black and Red Pepper, Ginger, Green and Bleached, Mustard. Cinnamon,' Cardamoii, Mace, Nutmeg, Coriander, Sage Cloves, Caraway, Allspice, Laurel, Dill, ^ Mar'ioram, Anise, Curry, Celery, Chilles, Summer Savory, Turkey Dressing, Tumeric, Mixed, Spices. i .John Wilson, formerly manager of ithe .Majestic theatre, is in the city from ICdinonton. He is advancing fm-Ithe "Fine ['"eathers" company which Iwill play hero next week. No Holiday at Land Office ; The Herald learns that-it was in [error yesterday in staliug that there i will be a liolida.v al the Land Office 1 tomorrow. Ash Wednesday. The rule 1 giving land cilices v. holiday on that I occasion has been changed. enlistment there aro very bright. Two recruits were taken' on here this morning: M. Gerhart. carpenter, Russian, and J, R, Jones, teamster, Welsh. , Funeral of W. J. Bartlett | I The funerdl of the laie W. ,1. Bart- 1 lieu, formerly of Lethbridge. took j place ill Calgary on Siimlay iifternooii iThe funeral was under the direction ot the .Masonic order, members of which attended in a Ijody. The Order jof the United Commercial Travellers ; was also well represented. The Prom.inent Man Enlists One of the most recent recruits to the ranks of the Kilties la John Mc-Intosh, accountant in the Irrigation branch of the natural resources department of the'C, P. R. Mr. -Mcintosh Is ui well-known Letlibridge citizen, has been with the C. P. R. for ; some years, and is a proiuinenl mem-! her of St. Andrew's cliurcli. DrII.IIng Resumed Reports state that drilling has again been resumed in the United well at Foremost and the drill is now down oiVO feet. The formation Is said to be permeated with oil. The Beaver well, 24 miles south of the United, ��e- ! is down 2SS0 feel. 0. C!. Uevonish, c!iurdi,"'t'M.ff'^!l.'r.f^;,,^^'^''''�^^^ friends. J. D. Higinbotliara & Co. --- Limited ...... The Siora v!!ni',.,i'''"^ crowded with I at Foremost awaiting developments. y nneral services were con- | _ dueled by Rev. .\rr. James. Tlie re- j No Coal Cancellation maliis were laid to rest In the vault | Local coal men state that no can-I at the cemetery, where the .Masonic ! cellatlons are being received from i order gave a very impressive service. | dealers on the prairies who ordered I J be managers of the various branches ! cars of coal during tiie month of ;Ot the Scott Fr:iit Co. acted as pall i January and oariy I'^ebruary. a lot of this coal is now enroute. Order.s bearers. The floral tributes were many anil beautiful. A number of Lethliridge people were present. Mr. Itartlelt was a man of sterling iiuall-ties. and an aggressive worker in his business. He leaves a widow and three sons. Mrs. Harllett will reside in Calgary for a time. standing on the books are sulticient to keen the mines going until the end of the month. The coke ovons in the Pass, at Allchol and Kernle are also working lo capacity llUing orders for the smelters in Montana and West Is'ootenay.-^ TELEPHONE NO. 322 AUDITORIUM RINK '.'2 2.S ISO !>i> llm:^^ HAY . 10.00 .. O.-OO .. !).00 . s.on j . 10.nil' SKATING AFTERNOON 2 TO 5 O'CLOCK EVENING 8 TO 10,30 O'CLOCK BAND IN ATTENDANCE IN THE EVENING .No Skatiiij* T(Uiij;ht Horse.Tian Here ! .\. I.. Dollar, the well known breed-j er of draught horses, is In llic cttv Irom his ruiicli ai High River. PHONE 1313 PHONE 1313 GRAIN! Smith, Murphy & Co  GROUND FLOOR, SHERLOCK BLOCK In Vime'a lllie these, bo sure you noil your grain lo a tlrm which 'Is financially, responsible. , Phone us for price;i and shipping In-siruetians. "Tlio pi'oof of the profltw i.-. In the returns." W, K. PORTER, MANAGER LETHBRIDGE BRANCH IIKAD OKinCK w.iNNnn.:i.i. LINER MALOJA The sleaniHhip .Maloju, a J2,4,'il ton voH.sel, belonging to the Pejinlnsuiar anil Orionlal line, sii:uck ii mine and sank within half a hour two nilloa oft Dover. :Moie ihiiti forty �,cri-oiis were drowned or killed as a result of the iHcident. BUNK VYH1L.1!; UUlINti lO KWJiitTtJlfi Tup Kuijiress ot Fort William, a (Jaiiudlaii StoainBlili) Co, vessel which striiia: a mliio and sank whllo going to iho fescue iit Ihe Maloju, ylT Uoyor; One nil! was IohL ... A eouttli is really one of our best friends. It warns ns that tliore is inflammation or obstruction in a dnnKcrons place. Tlierefore, when \m\ get a bad cough don't proceed to dose yourself witli a lot of drugs tliiit merely "atop" the cough tcmporurilv by dundeuin;; the tliro.it. nerves. Treat the cause-heal tlie inflamed iiieinbrnneB. >[ere is a honip-niade remedy that cots right at the cause and will make an ubstinato Coii(;h vanish more quickly than you ever thought poa-sihle. Puf- 2% ounces of Piiie.T (50 cenln worth) in a lli-oiuice bottle and fill the bottle with plain eranulatcd sugar syrup. 'I'his gives you It) ounces of the most pleasant and effective renietty vou ever used, at a cost of only .'^4 cents. N'o bother to prepare. Full directions with Pincx. Tt heals the inflnincfl membranes go gently and promptly tliatyou wonder how it does it. Also loosens a dry, lioarsc or tight cough and stops the formation of pblegm in the throat and bronchial tubes, thus euding the persistent loose cough. Pinex is a highly concentrated compound of Norway pine extract, rich in iruttittPoL and, is famous the world over fur its liealiag effect on the membranes To avoid disappointmeni, ask your druggist for ounces of Pinex," apd don t accept anvuiing else. A guarantee of absolute satisfaction, or money promptly refunded, goes- witli this preparation. The Pincx Co., Toronto, Ont. > ? ? ? ? CROSS : London, .Mar. 7-King George ? today decorated Capt, Victor : Hastings of the 16th battalion, Canadian expeditionary force, ? and Private John Jeffry, ot the ? ? l.'Uh battalion, Canadian ex- ? peditionary force, with the ? ? Military Cross at Buckingham ? > Palace. ; .;. ? : AUCTION SALE OF Household Furniture At 14J 4 4th Ave. N. ON; Wediiesdiiy, Mai*. Stii AT 2 p. M. Consisting of 1 sipmre piano, beds, springs, maUrosses, drees-ers and .stands, rocking chairs, oxleuBion table, UitcUen cupboard, stoves, heatei;, oil cloth, lounge, .1 j!!nglisll baby buggy, 1 ilrop liead ulnger Sowing Jla-chine, picturoH, small ruga, C chairs, dishes, kitchen utensils, 2 chicken coops, 3 liens, poultry netting, 1 braoder, etc, TERMS CASH W, L, WILSON, Auctioneer MISS ROSIE LLOYO, THE BIG ENGLISH COMEDY STARAIORPHEUM HUGE SUCCESS AND A BIG HIT AT THE ORiPHEUM LAST f^iGHX Miss Uosle- Ijloyd captlvatat]- tba nuUlenco last night, Sho is a scream from start to fliilsli. aptl dewrves all tlie nice thingtf (iqild about her n'tlie ndvunco advortlalug. Sho surely htiB tl)B Lloyd ,^jptiuitor of nutting.. l)iem oyer. If you' nilBS Iter you mlBS'-tho iroal of your lil'ii.-"Advl, - � ;