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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - February 3, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta FREE BUS TO ALL TRAINS. Hotel Windsor 91.25 a Hoinl In Mai] Your Watch Repairs To the Leading ,Y HERALD Every Day is Bargain Day Here We hftve an exceptionally Isrgc stock of staple goods bought In large quantities and at the lowest poaciblc figure that we nro able to sell .it a very low price and still have a margin left. Look over this ti'st for Fines i quality. Canadian pucU, extrn licavy cases. Prk-rs 51, 50, 51.65, NAVEL fri'sli lot Just ill. Special values ui fur 35c And sises, IKT dozi-n Crisp nml PI.T pound iQc SWEET pound? for '.iac JERSEY Per pound 20c Mbertus, per nothing tetter to be had, jier HO pound sock HARVEST pure, equal to tltine, uacked .autl bettor thiin most lines: Strawberry, Raspberry and Black Currant, 5 pound. Cull weight pails, each ..........83c ALL OTHER KINDS such as Peach, Pear, Plum, Green Ctigo, per ..............75c CRAB APPLE, pail............75c Office: Phone'1271 !E GOOD CO. HIGH-CLASS GROCERIES tt'e Have Buyers for Sheep U-bsnds or from 200 to 2000. Stockcre ana Milk I'oivi. v.'j'hsve for salt, axtra fine lot. of Durham and Angus. or pnone Hatch Lewis COMMISSION 406. Acjiia Building Lethbridge stock Yards WEATHER 22 11 IS HO 22 bridge. 5nOKing Edmonton, cloudy Medicine Hal, snowing na, cioutiy cloudy.............. JaTr. cloudy Calgary, cloudy Prince Albert, fair Port Arthur, cloudv IS 2 FOIJEOAST All West-Westerly to south-westerly winds, mostly fair and n-.ild with a 1'rw local flur- rles. lli 12 20 30 9 32 20 30 10 CITIZEN'S BAXD TONIGHT Auditorium GRAIN PRICES Feb. 3. Today'1; are as .Wheat: May 159 !5C July -163 Oats: Hay SSJi July S9 6SJ; WINNIPEG CASH PRICES No. 1, Northern No. 2. H9M No. 3. Northern H59J No. 1 N. W. C. Flai 163 CHICAGO WHEAT: May i. 157 July Ul MINNEAPOLIS WHEAT May 54 150 July 152 14CS September 131K GOOD ICE SECOND AUSTRALIAN CONTINGENT IN EGYPT London, Feb. 3. The second Australian contingent has ar- rived In Egypt and has' joined the rirst contingent. o RIMEAN WAR VETERAN DEAD London, Feb.' 2. Major-General Sir like O'Connor, ivbo rose from the mis, after Tnnoin? the Victoria ross at Alma, in the Crimean war, ed yesterday. Major-General Sir Luke O'Connor, ho was born in 1832 was a private ice Royai Welsh" Fusiliers in 1849, sergeant in 1850, and a major-gener-m 18B7. He served in the Crimean ar, and -was present at the Relief of uctnoX In the Indian WHEAT PRICES Wagon Lots No. 1 Nor. i.29 No. 1 Red 1.29 N7o. 2 Xor. N'o. 2 Red 1.26 N'o.- 3 Not, 4.21-. Xo. 3 Red 1.31 Track Nor. 1.37J N'o. 1 Red l.Svj No. 2 Nor. 2 Red 1.35J-Ne.'l Xor. 1.33J No. 3 Red 1.33-J LOCAL LIVESTOCK P. Burns Co. quote the following prices lor .livestock, Tfligned off the cars Choice steers, 6; fat cowa and heif- CITY AND DISTRICT To Settle Kootenav Vail ay Mayor BOWDBSE of Cranbrooli re- cently statad that he had information j from a reliable source to the effect that the C.P.R. was buying nuge acre- age in the Kootenay Valley ai the pre- sent lime with the Idea of colonising. They had been working on the subject for some time, and several colonies of I settlers would be brought in the near future district by the C.P.R. They were not only bringing in new people, but they were preparing to give them assistance until such time as they could establish Themselves on a profitable basis. A Soldier Banquetted Craubrook Herald: Upwards cf 30 railroad men, including some o[ the oldest in the employ of-the C.P.R. and a few inrfied guests gathered at the Cosmopolitan Hotel Saturday even- ing last to tender Phil. Gougeon a "gocd dfnner, aiicl to show their appreciation of his suleudid worth as fl citizen, and as a railroader, on the eve of his departure from the city for Lethbridge, Alia., where' he will'he- come a soldier pf the King. Mr. .Gou- has beeii-n resident of Cran- broofc for about eight years, and is unireraafiy popular with the railroad men of the city. This was made ap- parent at the banquet tendered him. ,'S CJ I od Liver Compound An exceiieiil ionic for children and aged persons, for it contains all the virtues ami none of the disagreeable properties of Cod Liver Oil. For anemic persona or those suffering from deficient vitality, Jv'yal's Cod Lirer for -it helps bujld up cells and tis- sues by increasing the appetite and-aiding digestion. Large bot- tle smaller 'bottle 50c. The Red Cross Drug Book Co., Limited Third Ave. S. Clean and Pu The inner parf, of the wheat berry ground, bolted and dressed by the most modorn machinery under the careful vigilance of most competent millers. CITY AND DISTRICT Board of Trade Tomorrow The Board of Trade council will meet tomorron' for luncheon at tha Letubridge Hotel at 12.30. To Attend Session W. A. Buchanan, M.P., left yester- day afternoon for Ottawa to attend the aesRion. Barbers' Dance Tonight The journeymen barbers will hold their annual dance tonight in Burg- man's Hall. North Lethbridge. Invi- tations .may be obtained at ihe door. Local Mountie Enlists Constable Lawrence of the local -de- tachment of the R.N.W.M.P., joined the .Mounted Rifles at Medicine Hat yesterday. Recruiting Tomorrow Major Parry, recruiting officer of .he 50th Infantry Battalion, C.E.F., will be' at the arruory tomorrow to ake on recruits for this corps. Re- sulting will start at 2 o'clock. LIVESTOCK PRICES .YESTERDAY Choice killing -wethers. S7.00 'cattle, ditto, ewes, 56.45 to cettle, S5 fi5 toi St'.-Ja TORONTO Hoes, SS.10 160-250, 6. About 1160 have'volunteered for the cattJe, 3rii contingent in Belleville and trict. The Great-West Life Assurance Company held its twenty-second Annual Meeting yesterday. Attention is drawn to the following statements: BUSINESS ISSUED, 1914 INCOME FOP. 1B14 INCREASE for the year ASSETS, Dec. 31st, 1914 INCREASE for the year SURPLUS EARNED, 1914 (The-largest by far In the Company's, history) BU6KNESS IN FORCE Doc. 31lt, 1914. INCREASE for the year NET DEATH CLAIMS, 1514 396449 DECREASE for .the year GROSS RATE OF INTEREST EARNED 7.93% The full Htftrl, reidy In i few diyi, will be mailed upon rtqutit. Alto keoklet Ihowlng ftetults under Policies maturing In 'Itis.. .HEAB I PEG. Tribute to Commerce .Lady Blafrmore Enterprise: The ne'ws of the dEath oi Mrs. James El Wllcox as a shock to the people of this section of The Pass, on Saturday morning iasi. Mrs. Wilcos had been lling a short while, but being of a robust constitution, determined that he could pull through without medical aid. She, however, 'developed typhoid ever, and was removed from her lome at Commerce to the hospital at diamond City, where she succumbed o the malady after but a few days. Irs. WIlcoj was, perhaps, belter known throughout The Pass than any other woman of recent years. For a number of years" she and her family resided at Colenian afterwards removing to Frank, where they made their home until, early iu 1914, when they moved down to Commerce; She was born at Fort Francis, Out., In 1874, and was married just 21 years ago. The remains were brought to Blair- more by Monday morning's express, .nd placed 'in the Central Baptist church, where the funeral service took place on Monday afternoon. The church was packed to the doors with sympathizing friends. The service was conducted by. Rev. Vt. T. Younj of "rank, assisted by Bev. F, T. Cook of Be'ilevue Methodise church. lii the course of his remarks Mr. Young paid a very high tribute to. the character and sterling qualities of the ileceaped lady. For four years she had charge of n class In the Suiiday school of Ifhox Methodist was absenbhut once in the four years. -lire. was a mem'ier of 'the Victoria Rebekah lodge cf Colcman and of Victory lodge, I.O.C.T, Blair- more, In both of which she was ever an active member. The funeral waa lield under Ihe auspices of Victory lodge, the members turning out in full rofralia. .Members of the Victoria fle- betih ledge and the Oddfellows from Cnleman, lilairmorc and Bellevue.also turned out to pay a final Iriljute lo their ueceaeed Bister. At the grave- side a last tribute -was paid by -the members or Uu; I.O.G.T.. tl.e service- being conducted by Rev. J. P. Hunter, 1.1- Houston and G. II. Wychertey. I The casket was covered .with beauU- .IjiL wreaths_.from...MeiulH throughout The Pass, including the Rebekohs and Good Templars. Deceased, besides a husband and several children, leaves three sisters, Mrs. Enoch Williams, Wynndell B C.: Mrs. H. S. Dowsley, Winnlpeg.'and -lii-s. H. H. Smith, Port SIcoily, B.C.; and two of whom, Rob'ert W. Eldridge, Is now residing at Fort Francis, Ont., and J. T. Eldrldge at Blalrraore. J When baby is ill We Advise You to Call but should ytJU1 for any reason not care to do so, we wish to recommend Mother Kroh's Baby Remedies These good old-fashioned reci- pes are for .the numerous ills n'ich which, the average baby is afflicted- Mother Kroh's Batoy Remedies izc sre guar- anteed lo money back. These ten remedies have Jjeea specially compounded so as' to produce the best results without harm to (he child's delicate sys- tem. EACH REMEDYI Hygienic Dairy Annual Meeting At the annual meeting of the Hy- ;ienc Dairy Co. last eight., the follow- ng elected: President, A. Hubbard; vice-president, J. H. Wat- son; manager, A. Johnston; secretary- treasurer, Rud Reid. These, with A. E. Dupen of the New Barnes mines, who has just joined the company, will constitute the board of directors for the coming year. Big business was re- ported for last year. 25c J-DJiginboHiamSCo. iio. The Store TELEPHONE NO. 322 Debating Semi-Finals The serai-finals of the Provliiclal High -schoal Debating league take 1 place on. February 5, the subject be ing: "Resolved, that Canada should adopt the Australfan system of com- pulsory military training." The fol- lowing schools will compete: l-ethbrldge High school vs. Clares- holm Agricultural Hign school- Olds Agricultural High school Cam rose High school. Edmonton Separate High school vs. Vegreville High school. Card Party and Dance Friday, February Sth In the K. of P. Hall CARDS SHARP AT 8 O'CLOCK. DANCING FROM 11 TILL 2. Needs Orchestra will furnish the Muilc. Anyone wishing to gueai on Lace Centre Piece can do to Ull card! are over, when beam will be Me, I OIL 111 NEW TOWN TO THE EAST CON- TINUES TO SHOW SIGNS OF GROWN Write to Soldiers for Two Cents AiTangements have been made whereby! the ordinary rate Of two cents per, ounce applicable' to aH let- ters sent, from Canada to the United Kingdom will apply to letters address ed to British and Canadian troops on the continent. The rate.on ordinary letters from Canada for the continent is five cents for the first ounce, and three cenjts for each subsequent ounce, BO that tltis extennlpn of the two cent an. ounce rats to letters addressed to our soldiers on the continent, is a de- cided reduction In favor o[ corres pondcr.ce going to the soldiers. PEACE PAR1Y FRENCH AVIATORS DROP BOMBS ON'GERMAN STAFF Berne, Switzerland, Feb. airmen today dropped bombs on the cable from Alfred Arnold, a New famoug Homherg Castle, in York Herald and Daily Ex- >vhere a group of Important German staff officers ivore residin; special correspondent, wlio has _____ .just returned from tour oE Frank- buKdlnff was set on fire and iurt-on-Main, Dussclilorf, Elherfeld, burned to the ground. After encirclinKI aiid Munich, vriles __ ____ ___________ the castle, the aviator suddenly drop- that the most significant sympton parents of a boy who arrived Foremost, Alta., Feb. on :he building being erected fu Foremost iy Allen E. WIHse has been stopped by the severe but" will be com- pleted flB soon as tho weather moder- ates. When finished the building will be occupied by the City harness shop and the municipal secretary's office. Paul Medheult, the local meat .ven- dor, has completed an ice house with a capacity of fifty tons. He is having ice shipped OUT residents are of a plentiful supply of purs ice for next summer's needs. .Tames Beguin is spending a mid- winter vacation with his brother in Bow Island. Members of the local athletic asso- ciation are spending some strenuous evenings, trying to navigate an ice beat recently invented by "Rellly'- AusUn and George White, Miss Nellie Jensen has recovered from ah attack of. diptheiia, add .will soon resume her duties at the City hotel.' Burllng'ton municipality has placed au. order for 575 ounces of strychnine anri will it distributed for use in time to catch the frlsUy gopher while hie appetite is stroup. Two of the Orientals operating a lo- cal restaurant were'arrested. Tuesday evening charged with having In their possession a box of freight not be- longing to them. They were promptly bailed out by several sympathetic citi- zens, and will be given, a hearing on. February 9, is hoped they will jo able to show that It 'was all a mis- :ake due to our having no depot agent. Similar accidents have occurred at different times during the past' year, and It is pr'obable they will continue until, our railway service ia improved; and -Mrs'. Jos. .Watson THE BARBER'S UWQN WILL HOLD THE.fl FIR3T Annual Ball Burpan's Hall WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 3rd. DANCING REFRESHMENTS Tickets LADIES FREE Good Muiic and a Good Time Asiurvd. Car will be waiting'at Hall at Close of- Danes.; bombs. Some 0f the mlB- was the appearance v a de- sties took dfect, causing heaw des-1Iirnte PPace m the industrial truction I centres and the organization of peace the YOUR BACK is a Barometer. it means that the Kidneys need help. Take Gin ovrn remedy for all Kidney and Bladder Troubles. 50c. a box, 6forJ2.50. "iladcin Z71 ____________. meetings and placarding to sto -j-R-ar. Posters at Dussehlort wen dis- covered and led to the arrest of a number of persons who attended a peace meeting. Two oT these were shot. "On the whole the prevalent sctiti- mcnttin'O-etmany ol depression and anxiety, stories of sweeping vic- tories; over the hated tisn, arc op longer credited. news is scanty, "and has lost its powers to cheer. "The coarseness of the now preva- lent scarce, hut the fare is'wat the German .appetite.. AH diinMes ate reserved for :the hospitals. "Only 'paper money now is used in Germany, and all gold.and silver to be surraidtired to municipal au- thorities. af their home on January 22. Mother and child are getting along nicely, and Joe. Is often 'heard practicing the lat-' esL lullaby on the'way homo from.his duties at the lumber yard. 'pork on the hoof ie .atill around the 5 cent mark, "while tha' cheapest hog feed In sight IB 91.60 sack. This may ieem it does not appeal to the farmer's sense of humor. It IB underytoqd here', that the' sea'd wneaL to be supplied by the govern- ment is Jo., bo paid Tor .at the rate of Relief Agent Rlngwood has receiv- ed advice from'Lethbrid'ge that: five carloads of government hay; are en route to expected to. arrive here Tuesday, Febrjary ;2. A change of management. If sched- uled to take place Fannere' Ele- vator, effective Febroary Mr. Hays, tlie present manager, has made a .rery satisfactory dealer with the fanriera and hla departure'regretted. Drilling operationH cominenced. this week on tho property, owned by. .the United Oil Co., south drill being down 300 feet January 30. Snow, is being melted to supply "water tor the engine.and to the amoanrof 160'harrelB a day. wireless outfit IB Dot yet In 'commil- alon. _ Many of the socially; Inclined; reil- denis arc enjoying Bleishing parttCB An additional "two-bits" WRB tacked these moonlight taking ill dances in neighboring' ictool-houii- es, among them being a times, dance the .Int'errale and a masquerade at BChool. A pleasant wai al- so enjoyed at the home pf Mr. mil Mrs. Jos. 'Hay's Satimfny evettloy. onto-the" price of .Hour. In hundred weight lota, hero this week, bringing Boyol Household up to With- sugar aack, and. most other stan.lea In proportion a government re- lief ordor ia.not near so Only One "BROMO QUININE" Whenever feel a cold coming on, think''of. name. LAXA'HVB BROMO QUININE, Look.for signa- lure of (Srove'on box. 25c. Auction Sale, Sat. Feb. 6th AT LETHBBIOGE -PEED AND SALES -STABLIi, COHNtB OT THIRD STBtET ANB FOURTH AVENUE. To hiad of Meren and GoldlnRu, mostly -broken. Welffct [o 1500 pounds. 4 Cows lo calf In spring. BufrlM ejid HumeBa. "Anyone wlsliiog ID sell or buy harms vhotid a (tlils sale at aiie o'clock sharp. Write or 15K. ;..TilibiB A; W. J. DODDt, ;