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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 14, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta high class PRINTING HERALD JOB DEPARTMENT LETHBRIDGE DAILY HeSaLD HOTEL WINDSOR Best $1.25 a Day Hotel in Alberta 1 DR. RUSK'S CHICK FOOD A PERFECTLY BALANCED RATION FOR YOUNG CHICKS Wi'ilf fur sanipl'"-* I"' couviiiccU. MBile by Taylor Milling and Elevator Company, Linlited LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA. You cRTi obtain this food from Uit- followiiig (ieaU'rs: ' Taylor Milling �- Klevator I'o.. HlUnon .Millini; Klfvator Co.. LetlibrirtgP. Alia. t.pthbritlgf. Alia. Taylor iMillin� -t VMevaU.i- Co.. .Medicine Hal MiUiii? Co.. Mi.di- Nelson, B. C. oino Hat, Alta. Albert?. Pacific Cirain Co., Csl- GOOD SOUND WINTER APPLES Aii|.ilc.>^ tliiil lijivo llic ri.-ivor. All in Al. roiidil'mu. Von cmi id iiiiylliiiisi' lu'iicr. ScvcPiil varii'tics. I'rices ami up to por cnst'.oRDER a box now. prices will be higher. NEW LAID EGGS, per doz. 25c Demonstration of Purity Goods All Week THE GOOD CO. OFFICE PHONE 1271 HIGH-CLASS GROCERIES STORE PHONE 52 5 gary, Altn. Campbell Wilson & Home, l.ethbridKO, � Orovrii Feed .t PrudMce (^o., Calgary, Alta. A. Macdonald .V Co.. I.eilibrids:c. Alta. Ogilvie Millin;; Co.. Ltd.. Medicine Hal. Alta. i Robin Hood .Mill..=. Calgary, Alta, BOARD OF TRADE GENERAL MEETING : I Hedth Officer Says About Milk In His Annual Report Di: What the Medical^iCALGARY EX RAISE A F MPANY No inaltef liow -much care is ei��nJiseA by luilk vendors, matiy of tbe purchasers have not the means o� keeping the milk properly, the absence of tefrigerator*. ai>4 .ice rendering it almost impossible. 1 should, therefore. >ike lo advise that during the mouths of .Inly. August and September all milk given to infants be pastenrized. It can be done at home by those acquainted with the process and determined to carry it out in every detail, but all cannot do this." However, it can he purchased. The CYystal Dairy has a plant for that purpose. 1 have examined it thoroughly, and it i.s up to date in every respect, with th(� e'fceptlon that they have no clarifier. There are two reiiuisite." to perfect railk, vi7_, cleanllnes.'! and safety. Milk from the milk farm may be clean, and it may not. PaasaS'' through the clarifier removes all possibility of dirt. It is clean, but still not safe. The milk passes from the clarifier to the pasteurizer where it is kept at a heat of F. 142 deg. to F. 14.". deg. for thirty minutes. This kills all harmful bacteria and rehders it safe. From there it passes over the cooler into the .storage tank, and is then ready for bottling, both clean and .safe. The management of the OrvHial Dairy assure me that before the summer months, when pasteurization is go necessary, they will iustal a clarifier. �ftTieii. this is installed, I can confidently recommend their product to the public. 1 may sav that in many large cities the municipality has installed pas-teuriiaUon plants, and all milk is oompelled to pass tlirough one at them before being sold. Be Sure and Buy Vns-tewrizert Milk. Sold Crystal Dairy phone 7576 \ izencral luettint; ni" the HiiiiKl of Trailc will he lieUl on Kriday cvenini; al .s in the Hiiard of Trade rooiii;^. An ui:;ent retiuest is niiide that all iiiPiubcrs iiOssibli> he in al-leiMlnnif. I'residpiit .Marnocli will dcliviM- an iiufrestin^ report o;' the u.i;rieiiltnra! and buiikiii.s conference in W'inni-pes; and of bi.s trip east. SIREEICA N m CITY A XI) DLSTliKT Kilties Recruiting Fast There-Hugh Donnan Gets Lieut's Commission Hugh Donnan. one of the liest i Two street lars (Utered the this afternoon as a result uf a jsmasli-up on the :'.ril A\ei;iie lino 'about :;.:!o this afteri-.non. .\o one j was hurt, hiekil.v. and luj.-. : :riet ; i:ars were soon on lh-..> jo'i so tlu'.t tlii' i uetive principles, tree from oil or i'atly matter, of fresh Cod Liver tlii. yet with no oily or fishy ia.-;e Price .-iOc. \- .$1.00 Warner Visitor A. I'. Vealc. town clerk of Warner, was in the city last niglil on his way west. Grain Inspector A. I-". Cuinpbell, inspector of the grain eoniinlssion, was in the city this morning on his way to Tuber on in-spccllons. Orange Grand Lodge 'i'hc Alberta Grand Orange Lodge is In session in Calgary today. \ number .of local Orangemen went north to attend. Passburg Visitor J. .\'. Rowell who recently comnienc-ed action against tho Leilch Collieries at Passburg for .?i:;,tuiii is in the city today. Wesley cluirch lorner. The ^el'o".. known of Lethhridge's .voiin� business ! ii,e ear was eoniin.i down T:!:ri"l Ave. men. has donned the khaki and will South. The hiuo lin.- lar ( r.i'iim 'i-.t-r:r The Red Cross Drag i & B'-ok Co., Limited Wesley Tennis Club Meeting 1^ All members of Wesley Tennis dub I Are requested lo meet in Wesley hall this evening at T.Hd shsr-.'p to loor-ganize for the summer's activities. Whist Drive Postponed Owing to the deatli of Bro. C. Payne the A. O. F. whist drive and rtanco advertised for Thursday evening has been i)ostponed. wear the kilts of the llSth Lethhridge Highlanders. This was announced in orders yesterday. .Mr. Uonnau joins the Kilties with the rank of lieuten- dowii .Stli Street frotn Iht -tatloti. Ti-.. yellow line ear ;-,hij;i'd liave jiD.r, isi before ccniing to the s\v-;tch but. .according lo (roininjssione!- 41 roe.i-.i:-; the ihotorir.aa did r.ct lune Masonic Meeting Charity Lodge A. F. and A. M.. will meet tonight at S o'clock, ilusinoss. . ...irL^v^--^ I Kecoud degree. Visitors cordially in-' vitod. ant, and is now attending the military I control. The result v.a.s that tho t.v:; school at Medicine Hat taking hislcars smasiied together on tltr. sv.;i:li. commission. ' Botli were thrown oiT ilie track. T^icr? Recruiting at Calgary for the llSth is fairly brisk. IJeut. Edwards, the were only u couple of passeafrer-aboard at the time, and neither lliev officer in chargfe. having signed on .'nor the inotnrineii were hurt. Tin? about SO men to date. It is eonlident- Ldmnage to the ears will run into the ly espected that Calgary will raise a \ hundreds, whole company for the local battalion, j The oflicers' training school is just about over and when it is recruiting is due for a big boost. It is understood the oflScers will be turned loose over all parts of the recruitin.!; area, and the last �0U men will be secured with a rush. PIlec Cured in 6 to 14 days Druggists refund money if PAZO Ol.NTMENT fails to cute Itching, Blind, Bleeding or Protruding Piles. First application aivas relief. 30c. TO be sold AT PUBLIC he WAS KILLED , Ivotttlon, March 13.-Lieut. Bray. �West Surrey, previously reported wounded and missing, is now reported killed at Suvla Baj- last August. Lieut. Brav- enlisted, at Vancouver, B. C, isubsequently receiving a commission in the Surreys, March l.^th. 191.}, The Burdetl Social Hall And Lot 4. Block 1:^, 24sA, BURDETT, ALBERTA To the highest bidder TERMS CASH For further iiif(jrniaiion apply lo M. e, RYGG Secretary Burden Social Cluli. Burdett, Alberta, 1,^ Winnipeg Prices Wheat- .\'o. I Northern ............. No, Northern ............. No. II .Voriiiern ............. 1 Oats- ;No. - C. W................. . No. -.i C. W.................. i Barley- i No. ..................... No. 1 ...................,, � Flax- - , - No. 1 N. W. C.............. No. C. \V................ in: :. ii!', !u.', |ii�., it Siu,-ii^ hi'-' .'-N-pi'iiiu" are iiiij w.'iiiiiiiu' Xt)W is ilic' lime lo sr;i ri \(Hl I" nl.-iiit i UiX lioxes .\ full line of seeds from the li.'iie tried i):odticers such as: FERRY, MACKENZIE, . SIMMER, STEELE-BRIGGS, BURBANK, ETC., ETC., ETC. JUST lOPENED UP J. D. Higinbolhain & Co. -- Limited ' Moose Meeting The Loyal Moose will hold open meeting tonight, at 8 All interested in the game of carpet ball are Invited to come and play the game. Modern Woodmen ; Lethhridge Camp No. 14,U05. Alod-' ern Woodmen of .\merica, meets on I Wednesday evening in the Oddfellows i hall at S.15. .Ml members requested  to attend. S. o. e. Notice i Tlie Sons of England meet toiuor-1 row evening at S o'clock sharp, to bo _ followed by carpetball games with the i -------------- at 8.30. All members retiuest-j ed lo attend. AUCTION SALE Of High-class FURNITURE ON TITURSDAV. MAR. KiTll At 120S 2nd Ave. South COMMENCING AT 10 A. M. AND 2 P.M. W, L. WILSON - - - Auctioneer IS FAVORED With INSTRUCTIONS TO SELL THE FOLLOWING I ;i-piecp parlor mahogany suite, upholstered in silk, 1 mahos-any rocker, uphoisterod In silk, 1 mtihoguny rocker, solid Beat, 1 mahogany parlor table, 1 mahognny jardiniere aland, 1 dininK room carpel stiuare. almost new, I 'i-cut oak buffet, swell front, bevel plate glass mirror, 1 U-eut oak e.'ctenaion table with pedestal (round). 1 set oak diners upholstered in leather. 1 oak jardiniere, stand. 1 writing desk. 1 carpel square, almost new, ". heavy iron beds, brass trimmings, spring mattress, '.' solid oak dressers and .stands, I solid oak cheffonier. swell front, with bovel glass mirror, I drop head Singer sewing machine, 7 drawers, almost new, 2 toilet sets, 1 Buck range, (l-holo, with reservoir and hot water con-noclions and warming closeL curtainB, blinds, pictures, dishes, portiores, linoleum, fancy cushions, house plants, wringer, wash machine, shovels, rakes, hoes, lawn mower, and a quantity of hand elnbroldered cushion toi)s, also, several pieces of crochet lace. THE AUCTIONEER WISHES TO CALL YOUR ATTENTION TO THIS SALE, AS THE GOODS ARE IN PERFECT CONDITION AND ALMOST NEW. ALL SMALL ARTICLES WILL BE SOLD IN THE MORNING AT 10 A.M.. THE HEAVY FURNITURE AT 2 P.M. , TERMS CASH .ItB \t Store TELEPHONE NO. 322 Major Brown Visitor JIajor Hugh Brown of the i:!tli O. ."\l.' R., accompanied by Jlrs. Brown. I arrived in the city this morning en I route lo his home In Cardston. For Patriotic Fund The Hon. Treas. Roht. .1. Ritchie I Palersoii acknowledges the receipt of 127.00 from tho staff of the Canadian Bank of Commerce and $.50.00 from tlie Hudson's Bay Athletic association. WESLEY CONGER A GREAT SUCCESS! : : : : : :. .: : > : : BIG EXPLOSION IN DETROIT -04>-i -111 'i: LOCAL MARKETS v.xw Men's and Boy's Suits A big shipment of boys' and men's suits just in. THIS; WEEK'S SPECIAL Boys' Suits from 9 tfjjl .CA j Men's $18 Suits. 14 years .......... �p4�uU | for............ These suits are $S and $9 value j Men's $25 Serges QQ | $14.50 $8.75 Oiir gToeery dcpurllueiil lui.s many bar-,i!,ai.iis for you lliis week. IMioiie .1724 |�i'(iiiipl d(.'livery. LOCAL GRAIN PRICES Wanoii itiiccs- Wheal .................... Oats ^..................... l-lax ..................... Ilarley .................... Wheal Oats................... ,Fla,\................... 1 BUVINU 'r'il io li. Slicep- I'lioice killiiiv; welliiTS. rilicep-Choice Uilliiis ewes.T. Select lujgs, iriil-200 Uis. S-'H. Live iuwi, L:c. J.S isti > SEIZE SECURITIES f' London. .March 14.--Seciiri-ties at �L'0,000,000. suspected ; of being of tjerman owner.sliip, ; seized from the mails in tran- ! sit, are now in possession of : the prize court, according lo ; the announi-enient by Ihc^ for- : elgn olllcc. Tliose who were fortunate enough to iitleud the annual dinner and concert of Wesley church last evening, enjoyed more than ever before this treat provided by the ladles of the .... .. .congregation. The dinner was all and ,., ,. Irrigation Meeting |,,,,.p j^^^ anticlualed. The concert 1 he big irrigation ii.eetlng whicit IS |.,^g,,,,,,,^ arranged bv the choir, o ..rys ullize tho worK done so far onj .^^.^j^^^, f^,, evening's, enjoyment, tite Old Alaii river irrigation project,-, n,,,, j,,, cobbledlck acted as .tiair-{will he belt tomorrow ove at Barons ,,,,, y,^.^ selections were :a seven ..clock as scheiUiled lessrs ^j,.,,,, , , ,,,,^ direcllou of ^parnoch, Dunham, and Palrlield will j ,iugl,es, >irs. Johnston san-^ I ___ ilwo solos in her Inimllable style. ! - -- - :otiier solos were given by .Mlsi! Fen- I For Tooacco Fund i uer, .Miss Hall. .Miss IJowsiUt; .Mr. I A very enjoyable dance was held ill I Wliiddliigloii, -Mr, .Maisle, and were * I Chill school house on Friday evening, .^!.March 10. The floor was in splendid *;* f oiidilloii iiiid the music played by two , local geiitlenieii, who gave their ser-lliymn of liate, and l';ngland's igs|ioii.s( I vices freo. was e.xcellenl. Every one }nnd was called on lor an encore. T thoroughly onjoyedi themselves and I Dr. Rivers nmdo a sliort address in greatly enjoyed. A rare treat was provided by .Mrs. Thompson, who recited C.ermany's or Shoes! Shoes!! A lew more left of the ladles' black button or laced, $4.50 and $5.00 shoes for........................ $2.75 WESTERN MERCANTILE CO. , SAM SADOWSKI, PROPRIETOR PHONE 1724 \ye Deliver, to all Parts of the City 606 THIRD AVE. SOUTH 'in. ; HAY 1 ., 10.1,0 1 .. ii.r.oj, .. 0.00 II . s.oo . lO.Ofi dancing was kept up till a.m. The sum of $2.').,'>0 is being sent to the ,1, i Overseas .Mail club to i)urchuso tobac-'t' : CO ami cigarotles for our gallant l.'an-i adiaii boys in the Ironches. Auothor ''* ! dniuo for the samt; fund will be lielil In the school on Fridiiy .March LMlli. Iilvervhodv welcome. BOULTON'S AUTO LIVERY TAXICAB SERVICE "Kales lo any jiart of city- 1 Passenger............. 50r, 2 or Paf-,seiigers .......$1.00 SMALL CHILDREN FREE Hospital and iraiii calls n specially. Careful driver. PHONE 1206 DAY OR NIGHT i Death of Chas. J. Payne j Tlie tirsl deatli from typhoid williin the city iiinci: the epidemic occurred jliist night when (;iiaH. ,lohn Paytie, ngod 211, succumbed to the dlBease. P/eeeased was a son of .lohn Payne, 1112 lOth Street .S'ortli, and was ein-I ployed al the Lethhridge Laundry as j accountaiil. Besides the � parents, ;three brothers and four sisters mourn I his deatli. The funeral will he hold Uroiii the residence on Tlitirsday af-:ternoon al :;,U0 o'clock, Rev. .\lr. Pop-hnni o. .cialing. his happy style, In wliich he announced the ri^Hulis qi tho iirohlbition vole in .Munilobu. Rov. .Mr. Inillls followed with an ciitcrlaliiliig talk, coni-menting in ii liappy vein on the pro-lilbltion relurns. and skelclilng briefly a vision of llie poHalhllltles when a deinoerucy decides to put llrst things llrsl, and when none are for parly and all for Hit! stale. Alto; ho J>r|iicl|inl <;iti<-n House Cleaning Utensils THAT SAVE YOU TIME WORK AND MONEY Call in and See Them! C. W. GRAY 310 5th. St. S. 310 5th St. S. ;