Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - February 2, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta
FRfE BUS TO ALL TRAINS. Hotel Windsor 11.95 i Day Hotel in LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD Mail Your Watch Repairs To the Leading Jewelcn ARMSTRONG AND RAWORTH BROS. TAYLOR MADE FLOUR IS "Honest to Goodness" Every Day is Bargain Day Here We have an exceptionally of staple goods bought hi large quantities and at tlie lowest poiilbla flflura that we are able to tell at a very low price and itlll have a margin left. Look over this for values: quality. L'aaiadiun pack, cxlni heavy cases. Prices 51-40. 51.50, NAVEL loi just Iu. Special values ni 2 dozen for...................35c 2 dozen for............................-43c And large sizes, per dozrn and fresh, per pouml ......ioc SWEET pounds for..... 25c JERSEY pound .......20c Albortns, per cwt......51.26 nothing better to be had. per 90 vound sack HARVEST pure, equal to any- thing lucked and better Umn most lines: Strawberry, Raipberry and Black Currant, u pound, full weight pa lie. each ..........85c ALL OTHER KINDS such us Pencil, Pear. Plum. Green Gnge. etc., per pnil ..............75c CRAB APPLE pall ............75c Office: Phone 1271 THE GOOD CO. HIGH-CLASS GROCERIES Phtne 525 WEATHER We Have Buyers Sheep In bands of from :W to 2908. Stockers and Milk Cora havs for in extra flirt of. Shorthorn, Durham and Angus. Writs, irtre or phone Hatch ifL- Lewis COMMISSION 4O6. Aciiia SL'ildlnf Lethbrldfc Stock Yards THE BARBER'S UNION WIU. HOLD THEIR FIRST Annual Ball s WEDNESDAY, FEBKTJAEY 3rd. DANCING REFRESHMENTS Tickets LADIES FREE Go60 Music and Gccd Tim Assured. INTERESTING EXHIBIT PREPARED BY EXPERIMENTAL FARM AT BOARD OF TRADE ROOMS If you ivani, to know what southern Alberta soil can produce, -take a ptep at- ihe new esnibh at the Board 01 Trade, supplied by t-hc Dominion Ex- perimental Farm, through the com> wsy 01 Superintendent Fairfield. There are samples ol field peas, al- fj-Ifa, vetches, ialcata, red closer, seed I alfalfa, millet, brome grass, rye .grass, Kentucky blue grass, timothy, ivheat. barley and oats in the nature I oi farm crops, and stravberr.es, cur-1 rants, crab apples, dry land apples, raspberries, rhubarb, corn, asparagus, beans, celery and practically ev- ery imaginable kind oi vegetable and .'i'lnalJ frujt. Then there are some excellent pho- tographs showing the iarm lav.n, the CottoiiTVood windbreak, SaunUers' hy- hrid apples in .the dry land orchard, first and second cuttings of alfalfa, and the Hood irrigation oi alfalfa. The exhibit contains practically ev- erything that one would think could not grow in southern Alberta, and in such profuseness and abundance that it mates your eyes bulge and your mouth water. It is well worth any- time to pay the Boarfl of Trade a visit. MARKETS Edmonton, Medicine Hat, iuiu Itcgina, dumlv Winnipeg, cloudy Calgary, clear............... .Moose Jaw, cJoudv Prince Albert, fair Port Arthur, clear The weather throughout the west j lias been iair and cold. In Manitoba U was moderately cold last FORECAST: .Western Provinces Fair ami mild today and Wednesday. II 10 38 2S 13 38 30 IS 16 CITY AND DISTRICT Barbers' Dance The Barbers' Union are holding a dance in Burgman's Hall tomorrow, Wednesday evening. TUESDAY'S GRAIN PRICES 170 Winnipeg, Man., Feb. and closing prices on the local grain exchange today were: Open Close May............ July TO May............ May 170 July....., ClMlng Cash Prices Xo. I Northern No. 2 Northern........... No. 3 Northern 149 te Globe. No. 4.................... 145 No. o............... 141 No. 6.................. 137 Xo. 2 C. W............... 67 Mar.................. SS 1 ?f.-TV. C............. 163 No. 2 C. W............... 160- Chicago Wheat Open Death of Beazer Lady The Cardsion Globe chronicles the! death on January '23 of Mrs. Sarah 1 Jane Cox of Beazer, wife of Samuel Cox. Beans, How Many? The benii guessing contest being staged by the Women's Civic club ivili I be at the Red Corner store, not at the Red Cross store as stated In erior by the Herald yesterday. For Cardston Temple manager Simpsoii "of ihe Kootenay Granite Co., Nelson, B.C., is in tcwn completing arrangements for a contlu- uance of ihe rock cutting" at the sin- 171i; j lion, just as soon as the weather opens up. A full force of men will be kept employed during the summer, and as a result some S2000 per month will be Qnonr JTI Harrismn NYAL'S Cod Liver Compound An excellent ionic for children and aged persons, for it contains all the virtues and none of the disagreeable properties ot' Cod Liver Oil. For anemic persons or those suffering from deficient vitality, Nyal's Cod Liver Compound is unhesitatingly recommended, for it helps build up cells and tis- sues by increasing the appetite nnd aiding dlgr.-uion. Large bot- tle smaller 'bottle 50c. The Red Cross Drug Book Co., Limited Third Ave. S. CITY AND DISTRICT Dog Collar Found A valuable dog collar has been found by the police, nnd mny be had by the oivner by applying: st the police sta- tion. s W. G. Hunt Was Speaker Sunday was annual missionary day I a.1 Wesley church, and the congrega- tion was addressed in the morning by Mr. W. G. Hunt of Calgary, member of Uie General Mission Board. Soni The inner part of the wheat berry ground, bolted and dressed by the most'modern machinery under the careful vigilance of most competent millers. Feb. The German Em- Look Who's Here peror's return to Berlin from Hie ie of the visitors In the city to- front was clue to the stnte of Ills day are: John Harvey, Raymond: J. hee.lth, according to a report from tho Holmes, Edmonton; R. R. Card S. R. Mllner, G. W. Greer and D. O. Card, Raymond, and C. U. Tainter, Taber. Police Court Charles Skriskowlsky went up for 15 days this morning for having no visi- j ble means of support, and Hurry j Burns and A. Jones received a 20-day sentence for being drunk. They ah appeared at police court. German capital received by the Ex- change! Telegraph Co. by way oC Am- sterdam. The Emperor, the dispatch adds, will consult his medical advisers concern- IiiK liia throat, 'which has given .him mncli trouble. Those who have heard the Emperor speak lately says that his voice la scarcely audible. Funeral of Nellis Carter The funeral of iho into Nellie Car- ter, infant daugliter of Mr. and 3Irs. Andrew Carter of North Lethbrjdge, was held yesterday afternoon to the public cemetery, Rev. Canon McMlL- len officiating. 153% May ulv ilay ulv ieptember 139% Minneapolis Wheat 149U 147 Close 165 13714 135 133 LOCAL, WHEAT Track prices: c. NTcr. S'o. 2 Nor. iO- Nor. Wagon lots: To. 1 Nor. ip. 2 Nor. 10. 3 Nor. 340 .138 129 12G 121 No. 1 Red.. No, 2 Red.. No. 2 No. 1 Red., No. 3 Red.. No. 3 Red.. LOCAL LIVESTOCK P. Burns Co.-quote the following ck, weighed off ihe Choice steera, 6; fac cows and heif- NEW ZEALAND BUYING OUR 1914 WHEAT CROP Wellington, N.Z.. Feb. Zea- land has arranged, it Is announced here, to purchase a million bushels of Canadian wheat for delivery in July. FOR RENT The Ground Floor Store in tht Macdonald Block formerly occu- pied by Rlwarth Broi. Arm- Apply to RYLANDS C CO. era, 5 to good fat hulls, -3% to killing wethers, ditto, ewes, 150-250, 6. LIVESTOCK PRICES YESTERDAY, Calgary: Hogs, ?7.QO; cattle, J6.35. Chicago; Hoge, cattle, J5.50-J9.10. Toronto: Hogs. catUe, ?7.50. CALGARY YARDS QUARANTINED Calgary, Alta., Feb. Alberta stock-yardu are under quarantine for an Indefinite period, although it is hoped very limited term, and ship- pers are advised 10 hold everything except fat hogs for immediate, alaugh ter. Noted Cartoonist Coming Ash Davis will give an entertain- ment In Wesley church on "Wednesday, February 10. He is three io toonist, lecturer and story-te'iler, so artistically blended as to make an ideal entertainer. He paints word pic- tures as impressive as his drawings are beautiful. The entertainment divided into three parts, each built around fundamental truths. His hu- mor is pure and wholesome, and his lecture, while witty- and entertaining, has plenty of food for thought. Mi1. Davis is considered one of the best artists on the platform, Pay for Bread and Butler Travellers who have been in the habit of illllns up extensively on bread and butter in the dining cars of Canadian railways so that the pangs of hunger would be satisfied, and the following orders be less in size and in cost, will receive a severe jolt now. Commencing yesterday, ai'i the Canad- ian roads in the west are to charge 50 cents for bread and butter. From ilme immemorial, bread and butter j have been "thrown in" as part of tne service on all diners ot Canadian roads, but it ie now to be charged for. .Vo official announcement hag yet been made in this connection, but the "Hat" has go us forth, and bread and butter will, dating from the rlrat of this month, be a "short order." HAVE m m A Drop is Sufficient Distinctive, Delicate, Delightful Bouquet Jeanice Extract, Complexion Powder, Soap, Sachet, Toilet Water THE LAST WORD IN REFINEMENT Each represents the most de- lightful and most seductive od- ors of nature's choicest floral offerings the tuberose, the vio- let, the heliotrope, the geran- ium, the jasmine and other fra- grant flowers. Ounce, Bouquet Jsanlce Complexion Powder, "75c. Bouquet Jeanice Sachet, the ounce, 75 c. Bouquet Jeanice Soap, cake, 35c. Bouquet Jeanice Toilet Water, and The TELEPHONE NO. 322 Nick Splrou Loses Son Tho death occurred tfiie morning of the Infant son of Nick Spirou, pro- prietor oC the Olympia Cafe. No fun- c..'hl .krrir.gcsicr.ts yet bssn made. Sons or England Notice The S.O.E. R..R. degree will meet to- morrow evening at 8 o'clock sharp, in the S.O.E. hall. All members are re- quested to attend. The committee men will please meet with the enter- tainment commiuee at 7.30 sharp. Im- portant business. PROFESSIONAL CARDS MASSAGE SUPERFLOUS HAIR REMOVED- Mlii KM. Holmes graduate of the Pennsylvania Ortho- pedic Institute, Medical Masaago nnd Gymnastics Electri- cal Vibratory and Therapeutic Llgnt Treatments, Electrolyois and Sham- Treatments given ap-1 pointinent only. Roam-1. Hull D. MEDICAL VIAVI L.D.S. Conference The regular quarterly conference of the Alberta Stake will convene at the Tabernacle at Cardston, Saturday and Siindny, February 6 and 7. 'Apostle David O. 8. Wells, representing the general authorities of ihe church, will be In attendance from Salt Lake City. Shekinah Chapter Officers to Meet The officers of Shekinah. and all members who care to attend, arc re- minded of the "instruction" meeting to be held tomorrow (Wednesday) at 8 p.m. In the Masonic haJl. The ex- ecutive committee of the chapter will also meet at the same time and place. Preparatory Service A special preparatory service I'or the communion next Sunday will be held in Wesley hall tomorrow night at S o'clock. All purposing uniting with the church, either by letter or on pro- fession of faith, are particularly re- quested, to he present. MAN WHO FOUGHT MAGRATH CONSTABLE FINED j Magrath, Alta., Jan. ad- journed cate against E. Colenmn for quarrelling and challenging Ed. Hodtr- come up Kroning Wants Job Back With the dlsmisaal of Detective Roberts of KHmonton a movement has been started by those interested to secure his re-appointment, along with former Detectives Kroning and Broad- rib. It ia understood that the Mayor has been appealed top but has refused to sten over the head ct the Chluf of Police. The Local Council of the U. C. T. Counsellor Savage at their monthly, meeting al ihe I.O.O.F. hall on Sat-1ma" su1 'jnA 3h RZ pnolu vr this morning. The magistrate, A. O. Wool ley, stated first of all that the receipt which was put up on Thurs- day -was-for a fine for righting, ami had nc reference to the present case, therefore lie could not JioJd that it was a bar to the present action. He again read the charge, and thereupon Cole- man pleaded guilty. A fine of and ?6.85 costs was imposed upon him. Small Fire Sunday Leakage of gas in the cellar of the vacant side of the double house lo- local court at 808 Second avenue South, waa A unlay night A very interesting meeting was icid, une Knight of the Grip being I CAHD OF THANKS n j initiated inLo'l-hc mysteries of the We hereby desire to thank the Pro- Grand Couuselior Savage save'thion Class of Wesley Sunday School cholera was discovered at the yards i a shipment Monday morning, an in-i veatlgatlon was promptly held, and is a very interesting and instructive ad- and all the friends for kindness and on r. T. 'ism, its aims and sympathy in our recent, a precaution the yards 'were placed quarantine. The Hituation is not regarded as grave, however, as no epidemic Is fear- cd. a review of the and Mrs. J. W. Craig fam- MAJOR MORRISON-BELL M.P., AMONG THE MISSING London, Feb. 1. Among the miss- ing in a casualty Hat just made public 1s Major Arthur C. Morrison-Bell, member of Parliament for a division of Devonshire. -Major Morrison-Bel] was Tormerly alde.de camp to the Efirl of 'Mlnto, termer- governor-general. works that have been accomplished 'Uy. (luriDg the past year, for the benefit of UIP. KuighLb of the .Grip, their cause a small fire at noon Sun- day. Mr. A. Finnic, living next door, went Into tlie cellar to thaw out some frozen pipes, and carried an open min- er's lamp. The gas in the cellar ex- and the blaze got beyond Ms control. No. 1 fire brigade had no dlf ficulty In getting the blaze under con" trol, and little or no damage was done. No one was hurt, outside of a scare that Mr. Finnie got in the explo- sion. LETHBRIDGE VIAVI CO m r A N (The Herbal System of Treatment for Nervousness, etc.) Number In Hull Block. Hours 4 to C p.m. dally, ]0 to -1 Saturday or by appointment. Miss E. .S. Cook. PRIVATE HOSPITAL PRIVATE HOSPITAL Mrs. Haarlem's Private Hospital Van and Maternity Home. Special rates glv- en on application. 1221 7Ui Avenue South. Phone 746. ___ NURSING iiss L. F. McKEEr-C-raduate oi Sa- marltan Hospital and Rotunda Hos- pital Ireland. Medical, surgical and obsterioal 'nursing. 701' Bth Avenue South. Phone 793. UNDERTAKING T. S., Funeral 'Director and Embalmer; also agent for the Somernlle Marble Granite Calgary. Office opposite Court House'. Phone 561. Resi- dence 284 1th Ave. S. Phone 1176. Open day and night. Y HURST, EMBALMER FUN- 'ERAL 3rd Ave. s. Phone 1802. Open night and day. DR. W. S, Surgeon, Accouclier. Hours p.m. Office 914 Third Avenue. Phone 1ZS3. DR. Sherlock Residence 12GG Sixth Arenue. Office hours Office Phone 319; Residence 1090. DR. Eye, Nose Throat; Dominion Building. Office hours evenings by ap- pointment. Phones; Office 341, Re- sidence 593. DENTAL DR. M. J. sradiinln" of Iloyal College of Denta! Toronto, and holder of Dominion Dental Certificate. Office: Rooms 5 and 6, Bryan Block. Phone 1071. DR. L. T. (successor to Dra. Courtice uate University of Maryland. Rooms S and 9, Macdonald Block. Phone 1165, Lethbridge, Alta. DRS. MARRS AND Successors to Drs. Stewart and Mc- Clure. Hours: 9 to 6. Office, HiK- Inbotrmm Block. Phone 874. DR. E. G. mem- ber of Royal College Surgeoni, (Ene.) Licentiate College ot Physicians (London.) L.D.8. 1900. Hours: 9-12; 1-5. Offlo: Hlgln- hotham Block. ART EMBROD3ERIES NEEDLEWORK SUPPLIED. LEB- SONS Miss Phone 783 14th Ave. s. PIANO TUITION WHOLESALE HAY. GRAIN i. sale and retail.' All varieties ot hay: timothy, alfalfa, blue Joint, mixed hay, upland hay, 'oat hay and straiv. carloads a specialty. Storage for household goods, etc., cellar space for rent. Hyde and Saunders, corner 2nd Ave. and 12th St. S. P. 0. Boi 1227, Phone 1244. PUPILS FOR Kay 1401 7th Avenue North. FLORIST FRACHE BROS, sale and Retail. Designs, Bouquets, Cut Flowors, Pot Plants and Hot House Vegetables. Phone 1003 Lethbridge. FURRIER CLEANERS AND DYERS There is a wealth of goodness in every. Balada package. The aliimln um covering seals tight and perfectly preserves the nafiural charm of the fresh young leaves. families and the public at large. At nine o'clock' the v.'ivcs and lady friends of Ihe Orrlni gathered at the hali and were treated to a very fine musical program, interspersed with recitations speeches. Refresh- ments were served at the conclusion of the evening and a very enjoyable time ELECTED IN PRINCE ALBERT fr Prince Albert, Sank., Feb. i. S. .1. and served In the CtfTadian contingent Donaldson was elected member for IB South Africa. Prince Albert lodny by acclamation. Auction Sale, Sat. Feb. 6th AT LETHBHIDGE FEED AND BALES STABLES, CORNER OF THIRD STREET AND FOURTH AVENUE. 70 head of Mares and Geldings, mostly broken. Weight 900 to 1500 pounds, 4 COWB to. calf In spring. Also Wagons. Buggies and Harness. Anyone wishing to sell or buy horses shou-Jd attend this sale at one o'clock sharp. Write or Phone 1562. Terms cash. J. A. W. J. DCDDS, MANAGER. THE 6th St. S., opposite the Herald, are specialists in chem- ical cleaning and- dyeing Prompt service on out of toivn business, call write or phone for price list. Phone 1812. ACCOUNTANT W. D. of the Insfl tute of Chartered Accountants of England nnd Wales, .and ot tlle In slitute-.of. Chartered'Accountants In Alberta. A'cadla Lethbridge. W. A. HENDERSON A COY. Ltthbridgo Medicine Hat Winnipeg Chartered -Accountant! Accountancy In all its branches: Audit, Ad- visory, Systematizing, and Trust WorK, Inves- tigations, Liquidations. AeacMa Building, Lethbridge Resident R. J. RITCHIE PATER90N, Chartered Accountant (Scot.) FURS tnd cleaned. Work guaranteed. Please Jet us have order as soon ao pas- sible. David Scott, Bentley Com- pany Store. 222__0 EDUCATIONAL KING EDWARD'S brook, B. C. HcadmljtreM, Mill V M. Cherrlngton. Boardlnj school tor girls nnd young Bracing mountain Full High Bchoo! curriculum. Shorthand, Stenography and Bookkeeping. Special attention Elven to Drawing. Painting, sketch- ing from nature, etc. Write for prospectus. PIANO TUNING 0. H. CRIPPS, EXPERT Player-Piano and .Orgin Repairer; 20 years factory; eiperlence Hon- ours Certificate MT, Assn., London, England. Reference lo the leading musicians of the city. Phone 1168 IZ53. 5th Ave. A South. AUCTIONEER W. L. WILSON-ProvlnclaJ and City Licensed Auctioneer. Hales of all kinds conducted on reasonable terms. Live stock and farm sales a specialty. Office at tHe Wilson Pur- Co., 404 N. Phone 1023. Residence Phone 6f5. Down- town office at the burn'Realty Co. J.