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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 8, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta rrss'PRINTING HERALD JOB DEPARTMENT LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD HOTEL WINDSOR Best $1.25 a Day Hotel in Alberta Manufactured by Elevator Co, Ltd J I W'l' arc luuulliiiu' this year all' llic Ix'si pai-ks iiichKliiiii' Kerry's. IStccIc l)ri,s and Sinuiicrs. All our seeds- (wifli llie ex-cepliuii of Sell Onions) are now in ...jKeeU. Select \k\\w seeds early so as lo have them ^vllell tlu> season opens iij) for 1 hein. OFFICE PHONE 1271 THE GOOD CO. HIGH-CLASS GROCERIES STORE PHONE 52 5 POSITIVELY YOUR LAST CHANCE TO HEAR MISS LLOYD IN HER LATEST SONG HITS ORPHEUM TONIGHT CITY AND DISTRICT 1 I Winnipeg Visitor \V. v. lliley. u� tUo A. JUnUoimld To.. Wiuuippg. is a visitor in tlio Demonstration of Improved Scotch ^rocess Purity Oats \Vc invili- Lailit\s of Lellibrid.tjo to visil oni- sloii-lliis wceti uiul see tlte eelcbraled ^IISS CiROFF di-nion-striilcllie Improved Scotcli Process PIHITV OA'IS. Try a sample of tier Maetirooiis made fro mPiiri Oats and Shredded Cocoanul. Geo. Kerr & Co. Iv Teleplione Ofiicial R. B. Kaxt(>r of the provincial gov-erunient teUipUoiio system. CalKary oflico. is ill the city tor a coiiiile of days on business. Stirling Cliild Dies j I.eroy. aged two years, son ol .Mr. land -Mrs. Peter l":hristensen. of Stir-, lins. ilied at :n:'. .Mli -Vvenue South.! �yesterday. The funeral will he held i in Stirlin};. Leaves for East A. J. Irving of the Sun Lii�- .\ssur-ance Co.. leaves with his lamily today tor Charlottetown. P.l-M.. where he'will be provincial nutnager tor the | same company. His successoi- here has not yet been api>ointed. Raymond Infant's Death Kitchener Wilson, aged 4 monrhs. infant son of Mr. and .Mrs. .1. I). Cost-lev, of Haymond. died last night in For Fashionable Correspondence l,(>t ytuir jiidu'c yoti by of siationer\' I ru'iKts he style \oii Use Juhe city. The remains were sent this ! Wtn I afternoon to Raymond, where burial i Vour letter is. ;i. personal envoy-he sure that it appears in the correct garb. If .vou like distinctive style in ' STATIONKKV iie sure to see our ww sjiring stock, li includes all of the latest conceits in shape, lint, and te.\.ture. botli for ladies and for gentlemen. The Red Cross Drag I & Book Co., Limited Protect Your Health Boil Your Water and Use Pasteurized Milk The Crystal Dairy PHONE ra/o jwill lake place. I On Soldiers" Aid i Friends in the city have rw.eived \ i word that Rev. A. (.;. Cameron, wlio for a number of years was pastor of i Knox church here, is now employed \ on the Soldiers' Aid Commission ai Ottawa. Rev. .Mr. Cameron left here ', to go to Red [)eer College, but during ! the summer was supplyiu.u a charge \ in Ottawa. I EAT ALL I WANT NOW AND FEEL FINE! MARGUERITE CLARK in Still i Waters," at Stnrland toni,!.'ht and , Thursday. MARKET I Are Your Children/ Learning to Save Money? Each maturing son and daughter should have a personal Savings Account in .the Union Bank of Canada, with opportunities to save regularly, and training in hov/ to expend money v/isely. Such an education in thrift and saving v/Hl provs InvaluaWfl In later life. LETHBRIDGE BRANCH GRASSY LAKE BRANCH H. G. R. TINNING, Manager E. SANDS; Acting Manager No More Gas on the ptpmach or Sour Stomach! No More Heavy Feeling After Meals or Constipation!  If you have sour stomach, constipation or gas on the sfbtfiach try JUST O.VE DOSE of simplebuckthorn bark. WEDNESDAY'S GRAIN PRICES glycerine, etc., as mixed in Adler-i-ka. Winnipeg. March K.-Opening and the remedy which is becoming known closing prices on the grain exchange? ] as the .MOST POV\^ERPUL bowel OURNEYTOIHEEAS I In a letter received from St. John. j from Uomb. Sherlock, formerly of the Herald staff, just boforu Uie :!!Uh battery sailed, an interesting accotiiit of the trip overland to the point of sailing, is given. He says: "There arc two more brigades, from Kingston, 1)0-sides ourselves, on the train. We picked lUO men at lloulreal .^o that there are 450 lueii on the train. .Major Stafford was ti>o otHcor com\!m'.;uling the train all the way down. Of course the ;59th had the best of it being on the end of the train, etc. "Last night wo had u r.i.i."i!irico:it sehil-off at .Moncton. a city uf a!)oiit I i.'t'OO. They ni.l us wi'U \\\:- whole | I'opulation and a brass !ia,id at Ihe j |;I',"oi. ami we wi-w: for ii route march I liirough the mj-'n street of the cilv. 'Ir.e whole 4.'>0 mailc tiuite an imi'osini; 1 "We came by a very roundabout j route, going along the St. Lawrence j as far as Riniouski. then Itirnins south ijnd fretting to St. Johns \t; way ot tlfe \. C. R. Tlirough Quebec the I scenery was luost interesting, ivi ac-j count of the ciuaintness probably. On ' the whole we have had a ilaudv iri)) �down, especially in regard to weather, i I saw the sunrise and sunset tiViu'y day till yesterday when getting i-losi" [to the Gulf ami the sea. the sky clouded over. "The IJtjlh battery whicli has neen training at Frederictou has just, been i hitched to our train. They are going ; over on our boat too." The eating arrangements on the (train on Ihe entire trip, says Romb. j Sherlock, were extremely satisfactory, and the boys haii a splendid time. At nearly all places where they stopped the boys were given I'igarettes and tobacco and other gifts. At Smith's Kails tliey had a route march and nnide the town ring with their cheers. They did not go by way of Ottawa, nor did tliev go into tlie city of Montreal. Popularity That V BESr FLQUR enjoys is duo only to the high �Stfuulard of quality maintained-and the moderate price at which it is sold. See your o'vocer about it NOW^ ElllSDN illllING & [UVATOR CD. SELLING FAST N STRICT A CHILD HATES OIL, ^ CALOMEL, PILLS FOR L GIVE "CALIFORNIA SYRUP OF FIGS" IF CROSS, SICK, FEVERISH, CONSTIPATED Several More Farms Sold Good Prices-Plenty of Cars for Grain Now at CITY A N D DISTRICT icday were; Wheat- iMay .. .. July .... Oats- .Mav .... .Inly .. . . Barley- .May .. . . Flax- Mttv .. , , Open Close llini; 10!)% lie ]0!l% 10", 04 I -Inly L'Ki 211 .......... Jlo .......... 212:^4 ' Winnipeg Cash Prices I No. 1 .Northern.......... i No. 2 Northern.......... I No. 'i Northern.......... lO'iTj. ........ 100 I cleanser ever sold. The VERY FIRST dose shows results and a short treatment with .'\dler-i-ka will surprise you. This remedy drains such astonishing amounts of old matter from the system that A SINGLE 00313 relieves constipation, sour stomach and .gas on the stomach jflmost INSTANTLY. J. D. Higinbolham & Co. -- Limited --- I Today Holiday ! 'I'oday i.^ .\sh Wednesday and tlm I schools and court offices are closed. lOh^B 1 105''? l--eed PHONE 1313 GRAIN! Smith, Murphy & ground floor, sherlock block 111 times nice these, be sure you sell your grain to a firm wliich Is tinauolally responsible. Phone us for prices and shippini; in-Hirucjlons. "The proof of liie i)rofitK is in the return;:." W. k! porter, manager lethbridge branch HEAD OBVICE WINNIPEG. PHONE 1313 Co. ' No. 4 Northern ' No. -N'ori hern ! No. t> Northern ! Oats- i No. C. W. . . I No. C. W. .. I Extra No. I ! .No. 1 Feed . . :......... No. 2 Feed............ Barley- No. ;i................ No. ;i................ Feed................ Flax-No. 1 N. W. C........... No. 2 C. W............ . . . Chicago Wheat .Mav............ 112^4 ,iuiy............ no Minneapolis Wheat I May........... 112 l.lnly............ 111% S4% The ^^SSSL TELEPHONE NO. 322 : No. B. of T. Meeting Owing to the absence of the jiresi-dent, there will be no meeting of the Hoard Council tomorrow. Americans Here A. V. Freeman, E. G. Hogg and O. B. Rhead of Ann Arbor, .Midi., iire in the city today on a lour of West-ernn Canada. Masonic Meeting Siieklnah cliai)ter .No. I'lS v.ill iiuld an emergency meeting toniglit at S o'clock in liie .Masonic liall. Visiting brethren welcome. Uarons, March -There is consid-oruble activity in the stile of farm lands in this district. In addition to tlie sales reported last week the following sales have been made by Grant and Moir: In the RarrhlU district, one half section to Gourlle and Anderson; a iiuarter section'to J. C. (.'.onrlie; in the Albion Ridge district a Iiuarter section t'o D. A. Blue at ^'2.') per acre. Tlio districts tributary to Barons have proven themselves second to none in Alberta for productivity when proper farming methods are used. The farmers have discovered what these methods are and are ap-(plying them with the very best results. Local men are investing their money in lands, showing that they liave conlidence In the country. The following young men enlisted in the 13th -Mounted Rifles of .Medicine Mat last week: V. E. Samliel, George .Miller. Hen. Gessner. and Isaac Cohen. Cars for Grain - Business has been more brislv during tlie past week owing to the relief of llie wheat blockade. Cars ure being received daily In considerable iium- I bors. This is good news for both far- | iners and merchants. j The demand for dwelling houses in | our town exceeds the supply and some one with money to invest could realize a profitable return by .building two or three moderate sized houses. Infant's Death The Infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Olaf U'ald died on Saturday*." A funeral service was held In the 'idiurcli on Look back at your childhood days. Ronieinber the "dose" mother insisted on-castor oil, calomel, cathartics. How you hated tiiem, how yon fought against taking tlieni. With our children it's different. .Mothers who ding to the old form of physic simply don't leall/e what they do. Tlie children'-' revolt is well-founded. TUeii' leiKier little iusi'jeR" are Injured by them. If your child's .itoinncli, Hver and bowels need chmiising, give only delicious "California Synip of P'igs." Its action is positive, but gentle, aitllions of motheis keep this barnlesa "fruit laxative" handy; they know children love to take it: that it never falls to clean the liver and 'bowels and sweeten the stomach, and that a teaspoon-ful given today saves a sick child tomorrow. .�\sk your druggist Cor a oO^ent bottle of "CailCornlu Syrup of Figs," which has full directions for (babies, chlldron of all ages and for grownups plainly on each bottle. Beware of counterfeits sold here. See that it is made by "California Fig Syrup Company." Refuse any other kind with contempt.-Adverllaement. No Quorum Owing to the failure to get a ouor-um the scheduled meeting of the Patriotic Fund Committee, was not held '.yesterday afternooii. Funeral of M. Paulo The fimttral of .Mike Paulo, miner, 'aged 21!, who died on .March 4th, was hold yesterday �t 2 o'clock from the family residence in llardieville. Interment took jdace in the Catholic cemetery. i',1 ."0! :,\ 20li 2o:; ' iio-� loSTi WHAT MANY CHILDREN LACK LOCAL MARKETS \ sad sight, indeed, :i is to se many children on our .sii'eeiS v.f.ak, peevish, delicate, and ailing, with .sjdndllng little legs and arms mid often so cross tliat parents can do nothing with thein, all because Ihe." .lack vitality. Our local druggists, .!. ] I;.; ; 1). Higinbotham & Co., ask the parents 1,17^ I of eV'Sry sucli child to try A'lnol, their non-secret cod liver and iron renieily, lo ov;"io;! such condiutjns, \'. c. alfalfa ............................... 8.00 No. 1 blue,ioint- .......................... 10.00 Livestock and Poultry Choice stcec:s, tij to li,'. Fat cow.s, Si lo 0. Slieeji-Choice killing uetliei-s. 7',;:. Sheep-Choice killing ewes. 7, Select liogfi, 150-250 lbs., s. LiVf! fowl, l|2c. BUYING PRICES FOR VEGETABLES Carrots, per ov.'t., Sl.UO. Beets, per owt.. $1.00. 'I'urnlps, per cwt., 75c. Cotatoes, per toti, S1.8_t'> to Sl.liS. MISS ROSIE LLOYD LAST APPEARANCE AT THE: ~ ORPHEUM TONIGHT Coutts Infant Dies Florence Lee, aged six weeks, daughter of .Mr. and .Mrs. James Afc-Wllliums of Coutts, dletf in -the city yesterday. The remains have beeA sent to Coutts, wliore the lIuniMal will take place. Mr. McWilllams is the station agent at Oiutta. Throw Away Your Eye-Glasses! A FREE PRESCRIPTION You Can Have Filled and Use at Home Do you wear glasses? Arc you a victim of eye strain or other eye-weaknesses'.' If so, you will be glad to know that there is real hopc for you. Many whose eyes were tailing, Sunday morning conducte. Cabbage, per cwt, $1.00' AUDITORIUM RINK SKATING TONIGHT GOOD ICE LAST BAND OF THE SEASON Joins Engineers (Jeorge Seaman, wlio was superintendent of streets for the city some few years ago, leaves tomorrow tor Calgary, where he will join the Engineer (;or|)s for service overseas. .\n. additioiml unil of tlie corps is now-being recruited by F. W. Peters of the Dominion irrigation branch. Mr. Seaman is a Lelhbridge old-timer. For years ho was roadtnaster of the old A. R.'nnd 1. t!o, and also held a simi-I lar position on tlie C. .N. R, for a numbor of years. He is tlioroughly competent on bridge and track building and will be a valuable actiuisitloii to the Engineer Corps, Throw Off Colds and Prevent Grip When you feel a cold coining on, take LAXATIVIO-BRO.MO QUININE. It removes ouiiso of colds, and grip. Only one "13R0M0 QUININK," K. W. GROVE'S signature on box. -Tic. card of thanks Mrs. J. W. Bartlett, IZ'Al 13lh Ave. West, Calgary, wishes to extend her lieartfoit thanks'^ to her .numerous friends who have assisted iior in her recent sad bereavement: .Mr. J. E. Aloffat and Mr. Van Horn of Clarosholni, visited ons on business yesterday. 1'lie Rohokah degree was conferred on .Miss Ethel Cuniming, .i^Iiss Nellie Aloir and Airs. A. Canipboll on Tuesday evening at l.O.O.F. hall. At the close of the degree work, refreshments wore served. The first degree will be conferred on three ouudldates at 1. O. O. F. hall on Thursday evening by the degree team of Little Bow Lodge, (larinanguy. Council Meeting 'riie council of the Alunicipaiity ot Ijittio Bow held their regular nieothu: in tho council room on Alonday, All members of the council wore present. In response to a report from the hail insurance board, a resokilioii was yaas-ed requesttng the board- to try to jiay all claims as soon as possible, A motion was passed authori'iing the purchase ot 400 ozB. of .strycliiiine and the distribution of one half an ounce to each quarter section. The secretary was authorized lo have the auditor's report printed in tho Carinangay Sun, and also liOO copies printed, one copy to bo mailed to natdi resident ratepayer. It was decided that tax enforcoiiient be applietl this year for HUE arrears. 'Tlin Secretary was instructed to ascertain prices of property tor placing niunlclp-al building and the cost of building a vault. The reeve and , sqci'qtui'y wore authorized to borrow $4,000 lo pay balance o[ arrears duo school dls-trlctH. Accounts to the amount of $(i,;402,44 were passed and ordered paid. The subject ut next Sunday oven-1 lue'ki church service will be "Tho In-terp'retation of tiio Narrative of the Flood," Spociul K(iV|tilc by tho choir. Wllliarn Bowei'i,, Chatham, after a prolonged sprue, lu Ueapondoncy, ivwal-lowed wofld l^ldohol and died. Donald | the time. It was liko a miracle to 'me." A lady who used it says: "The atniosphore soomed liazy with or without glasses, but after using this prescription ,,for fifteen days everything aoems dear. 1 can even read lino print without glasses." It is 'believed that thousands who wear glasses can now discard them In a reasonable time and multitudes more will be able lo strengthen their, oyos H(>- as to Ihe spared tho' trouble ant^ expense of ever getting glasses. TOye ti'oublea of many descriptions may be wonderfully benefitted � by i'oWovv-ing tho slniplo rules. Here is the prescription: Qo to any active drug sloro and get a bottio of Bon-Opto. Fill a two ounce bottle with warm water, drop In one Bon-Opto tablet and allow to dissolve. With this .liquid, bathe the eyes two to tour times daily.. You should notice .vour eyes dear up perceptibly right from the start and lnflammatlon~^ill quickly filsappear. It your eyes are bothering you,' even a little, take steps to save tliein now before it is too la-te. Many hopelessly 'blind might havi* been saved; if they had cared tor their oyes'in time. The Valmas Drug Co., of Toronto, will till the (ubovo prescription by mall. If your- druggist cannot.-Advertisement. BOULTON'S AUTO LIVERY TAXICAB SERVICE i Rates to any part ,oC city- 1 Passenger ...,......... 50c 2 or 1.1 Passengers ,......$1,00 $MALL CHILDREN FREE ' Hospital and train calls a specialty, Carotul driver, PHONE 1206 DAY OR NIGHT 22113887 ;