Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - February 13, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta
FREE BUS TO ALL TRAINS. Hotel Windsor 11.25 a Liy Houl In AlbirU Mail! Your Watch Itepairn To the Leading ARMSTRONG AND RAWORTH [US Mil Juicy .Tree-Ripened Naval for 1 able or Marmalade J i'j VVe wcro lortunjtc in picking tip .1 very large lot of a medium size at below the regular price. j: priced for tlic Week end. 7 onn QUALITY FIRST N "TAYLOR MADE" .....SI.75 JVrfnso Oilier Week Kml Savings Croonjiises in lnv.vy 2 for ...........25c llulld rucked Tomatoes, 2 for lied nr I'.lacl; 1'iiti-il Climii-R ...............20c TIMS. Cora and Beans .........10 Kfil or Jllack KiispliciTioa..................20c' 1'otalous, 3s, i for'........... 35c lu'sl lu'd .Davis -Apples; 1'er Caso Other all firm anil L'risp: IVv Caso Office: Phone 1271 HIGH-CLASS GROCERIES WUATIIEK Mux. 36 Min. "0 Everything in Insurance Fire, Life, Accident, Sickness, Plate Glass, Employer's Liability, Animal, Auto- mobile. Burglary. Personal Attention Strong Companies PHONE OR WRITE WHEN YOU REQUIRE SAME. W. A. Levitt LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA. 10 1C u 4 13 10 1 Lcthbridge, cloudy rloiidy. I clear.. j .Medicine Hat. fair.. Rcgina. elomt} Prince Albert, inir.. Winnipeg, cloudy.. Pert Arllmr, cluar.. N'alacn.. The throughout (he 'n'est has been mostly fair and mild Light snow flurries have occurred in north- em Alberts. Forecast AM fair, and turning a little colder tonight; a few local snow flurries. CITY AND DISTEICT To Speak in Calgary Dr. J. H. Rivers, warden of Uie lo- cal provincial gaol, left for Calgary, where he -will address a meeiing in the Recent Thcaire under the auspices of the Y.M.C.A. tomorrow. Will Be Illustrated The lecture yr. eu in the I Si'hool auditorium hy Prof. j ton-shi on in Warfare" -ues tern 'Je illustrated by hin- Smooth, Soft Sk in A Common Question These Cold Days: "Wliat's Good for Ill answer to sucli Queries we always recommend OUT Hazel Cream because we know that It com- bines all of i lie good qualities of .1 healing lotion. It is pleasant to use. It is not greasy or sticky, it affords im- mediate relief, it heals prompt- ly. Try ir anil find a way to be fr-ie from cliaiis during the remain- der of thi2f cold season. FO'R FINE AFTER SATURDAY'S GRAIN PRICES Winnipeg Feb. 13. Opening prices on Mav Julr Oats- Mav July Barley- Mar Flax- Slay July ft Sub-judicial jUiW'.'-it has been announce Open Close fv.. 1.531 1.52-i 1.54J 1.52 J ial District ced that tlic ap- pointmenis in connection uiih the es- tablishment of a sub-judicial district at Taber, will be made alter the sit- ilng oi the legislature this month Sergeant Cooper With C.M.R. Corporal Hosan of the Macleod, arrived here on Wednesday nigln. He ivill be in. charge liere in place ci Cooper, who has joined the l3th Creek Echo. 1.6S 1.6S L.6II CASH PRICES Wieav- Xo. 1 N'or............. No. 2 N'or................ 2vo. -V Nor. Flai- Xo. 1 X. V. C............ CHICAGO Winnipeg, Fet. Hall, JTice-prPsiiient and ejeneral manager oi BBt'thc C.P.'il.. "returned ihis mc-rnins Us first trip of Ihis promotion He reports excel eat, lhe C.P SS progress lor a IUIE crop in (0 three .........______ ewan and Alberta during lhe piled up the exist Tear.. J. G. dullivan, chief BiiEineor.: lm tlle llue. so WL lhe C P.B. who accompanied Mr. Enow u.ere kept busy Hall, satd tlat tie big tunnel be- t u da i tween Rogers Pass anil CTlacier will finished itt two yeaii, instead J-iSti three as previously estimated. The Red Cross Drug Book Co., Limited Third Ave. S. CITY AND DISTRICT Goes to Foremost Halsej- ('oiiiidon to Foremost on Tuesday to lake HU Ms dulies wlili tile "Union Bank Lako I Gazette. The inner part of the wheat berry groinid, bolted and dressed by the most modern machinery under the careful vigilance of most competent millers. Store: Phene 525 Little Niece Dead R- A. Wrlglit went to Taber this ar- ternoon ro attend the funeral of lils brother's little daughter, Grace, who died yesterday. Superior Supply Co. E. C. Gullbault 1ms uurchnsed Win. Cary Co.'s local branch, which lie has managed for the jjast few years, and will conduct (lie business under llie name oE "The Superior Supply 1 Co." iii the future. John Herron at Ottawa John Herron, ex-.AI P Conservative ;J1IJ ing (or 'Qst Ihe govenmip 'lvhere lie lvl" slble in v'L-nt- !ls 1iberal as pos- Lhe 'ne matLel' of seed grain to 'Vmers of this Jlacleod Spectator. Nationality of Recruits It may be of interest to know that the percentage of nationalities repre- sented among the soldiers iu training at Pineher Creek is as follows: Eng- lish, 35 per cent.; Canadian, 2b; Scoi.s, 15: Irish, 4: Welsh, 4; American, olher nationalities, JJii. Snow gnow js enera, all ov6r the towns ou lue Contts anil Cardstan sut R aiate that from (0 three iprhes )ja3 (ailen since Conditions through ihc west seem Magrath Boys Enlist The follo'.v-ing Magratu men have- joinerl ihc 13th Canadian Mounted 1.59 May May Julv Sept. 1.32 MINNEAPOLIS ].47i 1.42 1.30 to give pramise oi excellent crops i pjfles, "C" squadron, and are now sta- this saiil Mr. Hall. j ticned at Cardston: Lieut. H. S. Tay- "The farmers ploughed more iandjior, Lieut. R. -U. Boyd, A. I last fall than ever before and ths I pQS36y, A. Roljemon. II. Head, N. 1.29fjsoil is in perfect condition through-' frayn'e, E. Hnrst, H. How and 3. out the west.-There-has been plenty oi ier A grand send-off was given the not too much, just enuuKh to i iioys. Frank S. Steep, of Raymond ba- put the ground in good condition for LOCAJ. WHEAT PRICES "Local tract prices lor wheat today are: No. i Northern........ No. 3 Northern No. 3 Northern 1-12 Wagon lots: No. 1 Nor. 133 No. 1 Red.. 133 No. -2 Nor. 130 No. '1 Red.. 130 No. 3 Nor. 125 Vo. 3 Red 125 1.182 the best possible crop and from re- J ports'I received fche fall rains came just, in time to have the soil full of moisture before the freeze up and snow. "We.iound ttie lice ing the chief speaker. Special Open Session MEN'S OWN Westminster McthortJst Church Sunday, Feb. 14th, 4 p. Peace Sunday Commemorating 100 Years of Peace between 0 mi ad a and the Tinted States. PAGE "A Civil War Veteran" A, V. PETRIE. OFFERING IN AID .OF THE BELGIAN RELIEF FUND 11 FOP Ons." 7.30 Buried Grain." PASTOR. More Lyceum Entertainments Tlie Christian church, lias arranged to continue the Midland Lyceum Bur- eau entertainments, three of which good coniii-i have been given Wesley church. tron. We spent a day at Rogers pass1 Ths first of tho new scries be inspecting the tunnel. Here we found giVen hy Dr. Charles H. -Medbury, in work was progressing much fastei his 'lecture "The World We Live In, t-han ivas anticipated. Mr. Sullivan or Placing Oneself." February 26 is was with me, and says that it will the date fixed. Dr. Medbury is very not take over two years r0 complete highly recommended as a big man and it. ja splendid orator. Personal Mention I 3- T- LeBianc, proprietor of the Al I exandra Hotel cigar stand, has re- turned to the city, after several weeks' sojourn in hlH old home town, Monc- ton, N.B. Mr. LcBlanc visited Chi-. cago, Detroit, Toronto and .Montreal i and his observations would lead him to lhe conciubiuii 5-ho.t business in j Lethbridge is on a par with any of them. George HeaLbershaw of Magrath is a nsilor in the city today. Mr. Heatliersliaw Intends to return to; ranclj life, after spending 18 years! away from tlie lantl. 11. C. Harvey and son Robert of Ray-, mond are regislevcd at the Lethbridge. j Illustrated Sonn Service at the Citadel The poiiular scries of Illustrated j SLUS Kfci-viccs will be continued at the j rialvaiion Army Citadel on Sunday j cuing at T.'iO p.m. A splendid crowd laaL Sunday cveniiic, antl (he I hearty luiuincr in which all joined In Llie singing a good evidence of the j appreciation of congregational sinff- when the and music or r.pproiirlate and art- istic illustration accompanied (he words. raaVing a ajipeai to tliri eye as well as Uie car. OT-. Sunday ev- bnlup ii number of well-known hymns and solos will some o'.Lhcin; illustrated '.vitli fjcaulli'iu c'olorfifl i Glides. In rases ihp, words and I music will br- nn i.'fle are j cordially invited to come; and pavtini- in i his of sonii., Tim will be continued for u mcnth. SATURDAY SPECIAL Coaldale Hall Soon Under Way L.C. Peters oi Coaidale was in the city today. He adviacs' that lumber for the new hall was purchased todaj" v j and the excavating will commence on Monday. The building will be 30x70 ivitn 20-foot sends, and ivilj he corn- Dieted by April 1, wnen it is planned to have a granj opening. The hall is being erected by the Coaldale Hay Growers' Hail Co., Ltd. The Store TELEPHONE NO. 322 A Chance to Economize Perfection Firsless Steel Range BETTER MEALS Saves .MORE LEISURE LESS EXPENSE REDUCES THE HIGH COST OF LIVING The Perfection is built like a Range, of aluminum, iron and steel; includes full outfit of pure spun aluminum cooking utenalle without extra coit. On View at The Standard Furniture Co. Fuel Time Work Waste prohibition Lecture at Coaldnle Rei'.-Hugfa Dobson, D.A., B.D., of Re- gina, field secretary of the department of Social Reform and Evangelism in the Methodist church, will address a meeting' in the CoiildJile school on Wednesday, February 24, at S p.m. Mr. Dobson will speak in the interests of prohibition, illustrating his address ivILli stereopticon v.iews. Come and ask questions 10 make yourself clear on this great [jucstion. The Men's Own One hundred years oE ilie United States and Great Britain IB 'tlie subject sL the Men's Oivn tomor- row aftenicon. Colonel Page will ad- dress the meeting, to which the ladies are invited, as an open session has neen decided. The Cclonel will be liiiowu as the mover of resolution in -Wesley church upon the occasion of the recent visit of Major-Genera1! Sam Hughes. A collection in aid cf Uie Belgian Keliet fund is to be received. Lecture Tonight on Modern War Craft "Submarines and Aircraft in the Present War'1 will be the subject of the fourth and last of the University -I HURST Embaimerenil funeral Director 4-7 Is Now Located at HyrdAve.5. Corner 8th St. South UKE OIL CO. Barons, Alta., Feb. Kehq Lake Oil Co- dJd a nice jilece of busi- ness here at Barons on February 10, 1916, when they iasucd oil certificates amounting to and received casli for same. This stock was all sold through the Barons district, with the exception of about worth or shares, which they sold through the United States. A meeting of the directors was held n Wednesday, and we understand thai it was decided to look for a drill and stnrt drilling on the leases as soon as possible. The Keho J-alte Oil Co. its made up ot people from' Lethbridge and Barons. Their leaee holdings He south of Keho Lake, consisting, of 7600 acres, and is always spclcen of as being one of (lie best lease holdings in Alberta. Mr. George Reynolds, the noted ideologist, who examined tins lense, handed In his report' that all indications were ierj" favorable for oil and Kas- The oil shale which hag been' brought in burns very easily, and when it is heated you can see the oil rim out. of it just as black as your 1 I Lots of oil and gas hare been struck by farmers through this district while nriiiing wells. The company and people through the district of Barona have lots oE faith in the district around Barons as an oil and gas bearing flelci, and "we are pleased to think that this valu- able oil and gas district lies so close to the door of the city of Lethbrluge. The Keho Lake Oil Co. Is offering a- few shares for sale until the company sells a certain amount of stock, and have a certain amount of cash In the Union Bank of Canada here at Barons, and they are offering something that no nther company in Canada Is doing, they offer to .pay back In cash 60 ptr cent, oi all money paid in by tit; shareholders any time the 'sharchoKI- ers want their money hack. We ere only waiting patiently far weather conditions and the coming of spring, and by that time we hope to see the derrick erected, and the drill at work on the Keho Lake oil lease holdings. Extension lectures series, to be given I and it smells like the black crude oil. In Central school auditorium tonight .-_' hy Professor .lust now wheu i _m Germany is threatening a submarine blockade cf British jiorts and a Zeppe-! liri raid Into the bargain, the subject j Is a live one and should attract a hi? crowd. LIVESTOCK PRICES YESTERDAY CnlKary: Hogs, cattle, J6.60. Winnipeg: HOBS, 57.1G; cattle, ?G.S5. Montreal: Hogs, ?8.50; cattle, Joseph A rend, of Wilkie, Sask., for- mer employee OL the Saskatchewan Elevator Co., was today committed toe trial on cipht counts of forgery, IhefL aml embezzlement. Concert at Majestic Sunday Night A concert in aid cf the Russian Reel CrusB funds will be given in the Ma- jeslic Theatre on Sunday night at S.-15 by the Russian Ukranian Co. The programme win consist of choral work numbers rendered by tlie vo cal- ls tG all being selected from the wieril- ly fascinating Ukranian national airs.! The choir will sing unaccompanied, and their perfect, harmony is little short of A collection 'will be taken in aid oH the above-mentioned funds. Court Unity, A.O.F. Social A most enjoyable Lime was spent, in St; Mary's hall, North. J.eUibridge, on Thursday evening altar Die meeting, the members and friends held a social. The following artists took part in the programme: Mr. T. fto hefts and Master Ilcherta and Mies A. Hall op- ened .with a fine musical offering; ROlos were given by Mr. A, E. Jarvls, (H. Kilner, H. Carnlll, H. Ford. I Knowfrten, Miss A. and A, Holmes; then caroo the local komical comic, -Mr. Jnckeon, whose humor unil wit kept the audience in laughter. Re- freshments were served by the ladles. It is (he-intention of Court Unity A. O.K. to hold these socials during the season. Irrigable Garden Tracts Wo liavo the closest in, and the only Ore Acre Garden-Tracts on the market, which we ;iro selling on icrms of cash and per month. Wo also have 5 and 10 acre Garden Tracts which we will self on most, reasonable terms to responsible parties. Have yon a. permanent position with a salary attached? 1C you have, you are using most of your salary to meet your living expenses. Arc you suru tliat your position is permanent? If you are not, you can aecurfi a, permanent position, that very likely will yield belter and more satisfactory returns than your present position IH yielding, by securing a 10 Acre Garden Tract and devoting only u part of your time to its cultivation. On a 10 Acre Garden Tract you can keep at least two cows and several hundred chickens, the profits of which will pay the living- expenses ot an ordinary sized family. The profits nunle on lhe vegstahlcs which can be raised be clear. It you watit a permanent position with a sure salary attached, on one of our Garden you had butter get -busy right away, A limited quantity of 1'iu-e Alfalfa Seed for sale. H. Galvin Phone 1425. 321 5th Street Open Leihbndge, Albtrtl.