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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 17, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERAT.*f^ Pens 1 and 2 of the Exijei tal Farm Cattle bought by P. Burns Co. TIuiso Caltlc will be on snlc next week in the Lctlibrids'e niai'kets. SEWAGE TREATMENT W. Mulr Edwards, Professor of Civil and Municipal Engineering. TIP-- This |.)ii()t,o,ii,'rii|ili rop-rcscnits iUo cl.-iss oL' sill IT we liniidl(\ Sec our wiiulow (!is|)I;>.y and (*onii)iM(^ il; with wiml, yon urc olTcrfMl oIs(!whonv Finest Bonniebrook ]>siiry JJtit-ter, per lb............. Xew Laid Ej�.U".s, per doz. . . . 25(' Fresh Farmers' Dairy JJutter, lbs. for ........, ....... .Vx' Finest Picnic llanss per lb.. 17e P. Main Market~3rd Avenue South. - - Phones 412 and 138S Dominion Market-Cor. 4th Ave. and 6th St. S. - Phone l(>54 Palace Market-13th Street North - - - - - Phone 131 Independent You can oi>i: (he best in higli class BEEF, MUTTON, POKK, etc., by ordering from our market. We also give you a service with the aim to satisfy. Durino-.tlic Jjeiiten Season -we can supply you with FKESn FISH OF ALL KINDS, Halihnt, Salmon, Cod, Herring, Soles, Smoked Fish, etc., etc. TRY us FOR SATISFACTION INDEPENDENT MEAT MARKET 405 5TH ST. SOUTH. PHONE 635 '^Tiz" Fi.ves Aching, Swollen, Sore Feet How "Tiz" Does Comfort Tired, Burning, Calloused Feet and Corns SAYS HE IS p NED FOR FIGHIG Feniie, March IC-Special to the noraUl-The pollen court lias lieon rather n quiet plnoo lately, but wua Hvenetl up slightly yesterday when two men, Frank G'lllis and Jack Hamilton were up heforu the' magistrate, charged with vagrancy. They were sent to jail for twenty and thirty days respectively. W. Latontaino, who, despite his P'rench sounding name, claimed to be German, had gone on tho war patli and got in touch with tho enemy lines in the person of one of the members of the 107th reglmen'ti whom he on-countered in tho Waldort hotel. It was an open fight, hand, to hand, no trenches being available. Lafontaine W08. run in charged with doing bodily harm. Magistrate Whim-ster fined him ?100 and two months in prison, the time to be extended to Ol Farm Stock, Implements and Household Furniture ON TUESDAY, MARCH 21ST, l�l(i AT TWELVE O'CLOCK, ON THE South-West Quarter of Section 3(>, Township 8, Ranse 1J>, ABOUT 9 MILES SOUTH.FAST OF CO/\t Oftl.c, ON ONE OF THE C. P. R. READY-MADE FARMS, BY W L. WILSON Auctioneer \Vho is favored Willi instructions from Mrs. Annie Huskoy to sell tho following: One gray mulo, woiglit X300, ago 7; one brown niulo, weight 1200, age 7; one brown mule, woiglrt 1200, ago 7; one brown mule, weight 1286, ogo �; ono gray mare, wolglit ll.'JO, age 9; one gray mart), weight lOGO, ago 9; two iron gray colts, nine months old; one bay guldlns, weight 1100, ago 0: ono red nnd white cow, 5 years old; one red nnd v.'hito cow, 1 yonrB aid: one heifer calf, six months old; fifty domestic fowls; throe .-iois double work harness; one Weber wagon and box; one Uain wagon and hay rack; one democrat; ono .lohu Doero sullty plow; on? Deering disc harrow; one Kentucky grain drill, one Oshoruo spring tooth har- row; ono Deoring^a-sectton drag harrow; ono P. & 0. cultivator; ono Standard pot/iLo dlsgur; ono Superior potato planter; one Thompson potato sorter; clmiUB, double trees, shovels, forks and other small urtioles; all houBehohl furniture, kltohen utenalls, etc. TERMS CASH. RESERVE LUNCH AT NOON Good-ibyc. sore feet, burning feet, Kwollon fpot, tender feet, tired feet. Clood-bye, corns, callouses, bunions and raw .spots. No moru hlioi; lightness, no more limping with pain or drawing up your face in agony. "Tiz" is magical, acts right off. "Tiz" draws out all the poisonous exuda tions which puff up the feet. Use "Tiz" and wear smaller shoes. I'sc Tiz" and forget your foot misery. Ah, how coniCortiiDiG your feet feel. Get a 2.")-t'ont box of "Tiz" now at any druggist or department store. Don't suffer. Have good feet, glad feet, feet tlial never swell, never hurt, never get tirod. A year's foot comfort guaranteed or money refunded.-Advertisement. (ivo months in caso tho fine was not paid. So the would-be German will have another "bit" to do. POLICE RAID HOUSES Cork, March 15.-The police, last night, raided the residences of tho principal oflicials of the Sinn Fein party and seized arms and documents. They made no arrests. You apply a little Blue-jay plaster. The ache ends instantly, and it never will return. You can prove that in one minute. A million women prove it every month. A corn will never pain again after Blue-jay once goes on it. !.-inch Tweeds for Boys' Suits per yard.............$1.60 Crepe de Chine Waists .$3.95 NEW 'BOYS' CLOTHING Suits at .............. ?4.75, ?6.50 and $7.00 Little Top Coats ......................., $6.00 Boys' Bloomers ........ $1.25, $1.50 and $1.75 Boys' All-Wool Sweaters each .........$1.60 L. CO., LTD. northern climates. This however should not materially interfere with the commercial possibilities of the process. The new method should prove a boon to municipalities faced with the large outlavs required for the usual sewage works. It is especially wel- ITHER! lOUR CHILD IS GROSS, FEVERIS FROM CONSTIPATION IF TONGUE IS COATED, BREATH BAD, STOMACH SOUR, CLEAN LIVER AND BOWELS. come to municipalities situated In northern latitudes since frost conditions add greatly to the cost of what before this might be considered the best method of treatment. I.e., Imhoff tanks, sprinkling filters and disenfectlon. By the new method It la possible to treat on half an acre at a cost of not more than $0.00 per million gallons a volume of sewage which under former methods would require 4 to 5 acres and would cost from $10 to $15 per million gallons. The disposal of the sludge has been and will be ever a Ulfllcult problem but a great advance In the science of sewage disposal has been made and we may confidently look forward to steady Improvement In the future. LEGISLATURE OPENS St. Johns, Nfld., March IG.-Tho legislature opened todoy. The session likely will be brief, the principal business being war measures. Hon. Potrick McGrath, journalist, has beeu appointed president of tho legislative council succeeding tlio late Hon. John Harris. Give "California Syrap of Pigs" at oncp.-a tettspoonful today often saves a sick child tomorrow. If your little one Is out-of-sorts, half-Hick, Isn't resting, eating and acting nftturaily-look. Mother! see It (ougue is coated. This is a sure sign that Us little stomach, liver and bowels aro clogged with waste. When cross, Irritable, feverish, stomach sour, breath bad or has stomach-ache, diarrhoae, sore throat, full of cold give a teaspoonful of "California dyrup of Figs," and In a few hours all the constipated poison, undigested food and sour bile gently naoves .mt of Its little bowels' without 'griping, nnd you have a well, playful child again. Mothers can rest easy after giving this harmless "fruit laxative," because It never falls to cleanse the little one's liver and bowels and Hwoeten the stomach and they dearly love Its pleasant taste. Full directions tor babies, ohlldren of all ages and tor grown-ups printed on each bottle. 'Beware of counterfeit fig syrups. Ask your druggist for a 50-cont 'oottle of "California Syrup of Figs," then see that It Is made by the "California Fig Sy/up Comiiany." - Advertise-' menL ,1, AUCTION SALES- We specialize in conducting Aucton Sales, and if you are disposing of your iurniure LET US DO IT FOR YOU And you will get the best results. Come in and see us CITY 2nd HAND STORE 406 5th Street S.-- -PHONE 1428 ;