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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - February 16, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta PREE BUS-TO ALL TRAINS. Hotel Windsor a Day In AlBerla ,Y HERALD Mail Your Watch Kepatra. To the Leading ARMSTRONG AND RAWORTH BROS, MEANS "TAYLOR MADE" fruits ire at tteir test in the utfi of ftbriiarj Do mil ovt'ciodk (In- tan tH'vilk> or a very Hioin- loi of yood ami ux IVr Nsrols .MiirniiiliuU' or ior .............................35c sin1 fiiliforiiia N'nvt'ii-, per dozen .....25c l-'aiii-y i.oinuns. larso taxc. PIT litm-a ........25c I'LUK'} lirtiiii1 t-'niil. I'm1..........25c Fancy riorirta CJnipo I'ruii, Jor -s arc- (o bo IwJ but once n your. Wo re- which wn tire seillng l-'ixncy Cape Cod Cmubcrrles, per pound .....15c uiv soiling quality No. I Corn, PBHS and llraus at per .10c Tmujitues in large cans, HIM] (Ireen Gape "Plums in heavy syrup. 2 for...................25c Kresli Ranch ESSS, special per dozea AUnTin Point DCS, sood and dry, per Phone 1271 THE GOOD CO. lid HIGH-CLASS GROCERIES WEATHEli clear Kdinnntun, cle-jr Medicine lint, fair Regina, clear................... Prince Albert, clear 3 Winnipeg, clear 16 -t jCalgatyT clear -14 2'2 j Moose Jaw, ekar 36 6 Port Arthur, fair............. 25 LJ The in Manitoba and Sas- katchewan has been clear anil moder- ately coid. In Alberta, clear and mild. FORECAST: Manitoba and Sas- and moderately cold mild today, light local snow on Wednesday. Live In; cr, Placing Oneself" Lethbridge will again be treated lo an exceptionally 9ne entertain- ment when the Noted Lecturer, Man and Preacher Dr. Charles S. Medbury will lecture on the above subject, being the last preienlation by the Midland Lyceum Buraau thlt acaaon, on Friday, February 26th, at the Christian Church 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. PHONE 518. LOMOND NEWS Mr. is home again from Champion. Mr, Balier left for a visit lo Medicine Hat and elsewhere yesterday. Messrs. Farrell and WllEon returned yesterday tram tneir rislt tp Calgary. Mr. Brewer lefc yeiterday after see- ing about the Feoailon hie tutcher shop, and other arraagemente. His partner lives in StaTely, where their former business wag conducted. G. Smith the ext'ension to his boarding house almoai Emifihed, Don't forget about the Ladies' Aid eatertaiument on tae 25th. George Bell and wjfe firat saw Lo- mond They are visiting under tbe parental roof. Lomond is going 10 hare a bant, another pool room and another livery barn, a butcher another hlact- emith and dweilinss before spring or shortly afier. Orders Trere received at ihe Union for kerosene and formaldehyde lust Saturday and many will benefit from this source. Neil McKay leii for his home .si Tongue Creek last Saturday morning on the stage. He ihe Ain- Jay family. MARKETS TUESDAY'S GRAIN PRICES Winnipeg, Man., Feb. and closing prices on the locp.1 grain exchange today were: Open' Close J............ IBS 159 July 160 15994 Mar............ 6S C7% July............ 68% May............ 167 July......... IGS 168% Cloiing Cash Prices No. 1 Northern........-.. iSUVz No. 2 Northern No. 3 Northern.......... 151 l3Sii Calgary has reduced the wages the Stroet eruplorscs per ceut. .which will amount to a saving of SIO.OOU a year. SHERLOCK BUILDING FIREPROOF RESIDENTIAL SUITES -ARE NOW READY Special ind porconal eonvenien- cct, .alia .furnlahing can be ar- rangad with right partiea. ACCOMMODATION TO SUIT RESIDENTIAL NEED Apply any time at the luftding. SELECT. No. 2 C. No. 3 C. tix. N'o. 1 Feed........... N'o. 1 Feed.............. No. '1 Feed Chicago Wheat Open July '.'.'_ 1351; Minneapolis Wheat May......... 1M J'Jlv-............ 146 September....... ijiji- CITY AND DISTRICT S. O. E, Meet Tomorrow meeting of the R. R. degree tomorrow (Wednesday) evening at S o'clock sharp. Free and easy after meeting. According to the programme- there is to be a social, president to ar- range. Local Miners' Election Matter The execuiive board of the Miners' Union has not yei dealt with the mat- ter of the election in the local camp. Secreiury Carter saj-s that it will lie disposed of-before the adjournment of the convention. Visited Red Deer Masons Judge Jackson of Lethbridee, Gra'itti Master of the A.F.'fi A.M. of Alberta, paid an unexpected but ever welcome visit to Red Deer Lodge on Tuesday night, when the Grand Master was re- ceived with all tbe Deer Advccate. Coughs Are Apt to Come Every congli yon have imper- ils your limps. you cough the reanlraiory ;ract becomes inflamed. The only way 10 cure a is 10 change tlio con- dition, allay the inflammation. White Pine Cough Syrup iimckly goodies and hoals the inflamed membranes and tissues and thereby stops rhe artiumti- lation of waste matter and ner- vous irritation. It's 2. vegetable remedy and pleasant ro taUe. PRICE 25c AND 50c BOTTLE. The inner part of the yrheat b ground, bolted and dressed by the most modern machinery under the careful vigilance of most competent millers. THE BULLETIN BOARD The Red Cross Drug Book Co., Limited Third Ave. S. NotlcsB for thJE Column ihould reach this Office before 12 o'clock noon on the day of publication The L.O.COI. meet tonight at Moose Hull. Second avenue and Fifth street South. Visiting brethren welcome. CJLTY AND DISTRICT Raymond Veteran Enlists Thomas Gould, vet trail cf the South years, has joined the colons 1.0 ngnln do all in his power for hit King and Country in this hour of need. Unex- pectedly he applied at the recruiting office, was examined by Dr. Beamnn, and, notwithstanding the old 'wounds received in Afrlcn, he wus passed, and 'left with the other volunteers lasi. Sut- urday evening. Private Gould was formerly with the ITtli Lancers, a reg- iment that did splendid service In the Boer Leader. Edmonton and Ottawa Adjusting I Seed Grain Matter .5. EXCHANGE OF PRISONERS Amsterdam, via London, Feb.. v .1.55 actual ex- v change of 'wounded British and GermiLii prisoners of wnr who have been incapacitated for v further service is under way. v Application for Bail for Lessards Being Considered Bail ivas fixcil liy .fudge Jackson Former Residents Now in Utah In letter to the editor. Grant states that ihe family is doing nicely in Salt Lake. His father is with the Beneficial Life Insurance Co., Dor- othy IE at Provo attending the univer- sity, Ethelyn Is at the L.B.S.TJ-, Gor- dcn is an apprentice with Dessrei News, and Grant ie working at the Weather Leader. 60% Close Royal Arch Masons to Meet The- officers of Shekinah Chanter, iia, K A.M., R.R.C., will meet to- morrow night at S o'clock in the Ma- sonic hail for .Members of the Chanter, who care to attend, will be cordially Tt'elcome. Ex. C'omp. T. R. Davidson will be in charge, and the work undertaken will be the 31.31. M. degree. Mutt and Jeff" Seat Sale Tomorrow The advance sale of seats fcr "Mutt and which cocias to the Majestic Theatre on Friday and Saturday, will open on Wednesday morning at the Hedley Drug Co. .Manager Brown states tbat this is a guaranteed at- traction, and Ihe same company that is to jjlay the Grand Theatre, Calgary, and tbe Walker Theatre, Winnipeg. Two Brothers Killed in Action Corporal Petre of the R.N.W.M.P. of Vulcan has received a letter inrorm- him that fivb of Jiis brothers bad jeen kftled in the present war and that, a third brother had to have his amputated. Instances such as this brings the war closer home and makes realize a little iiiore clearly just Tvhat this war means 10 those ivith Tiends at the Sun. Lenten Services at St. Cyprian's Wednesday j begins season 01 Lout, anil the day will observed in St. Cynrian'a, Church by a celebration of Holy Ccmmunicn at 7 a.m. and Evensong at 8 p.m. Dur- ing tlm remainder of thf Lea ten sea- son, evening service v.lll bo held each and Holy Ccmnranion win be colcbratpd each Tlmrsday morning up to Goad Fridcy, when niornlng ser- ivill be hpjij, Hie whole culminnt- in the joyful Easier-day servic.ea on Sunday, April will remove corns far more ef- fectively than by cutting, and without pain or danger. Will relieve or money back. 25c J.D. The Store TELEPHONE NO. 322 'Edmonton, Alia., Feb. Sitton's objections to the draft of tht- i lien which the Dominion government proposed iu connection with the dis- itributioii oL" relief to destitute farm- ers have been met by ib.e Hon. J. Roche, minister ol the Interior The first, proposed was to have precedence over all other incumbrances, and in- eluded not only seed-graiu, but also camera. fix the release oi Artliur and Mahsl I j Lessard, charged witli slol-, I en propefi.v, as follows Arthur Les-j sard, and three suiiUcs of each; Lcssard, and two sureties of 5750 each. i Dr. Uonybcaro, K. C.. asked that bail be made iiravr in view of the I seriousness of-the charge, and the j fact that (he licensed, Arthur Lefisard had lefuseil to suLmit to the prison j "other forms of the latter in- eluding, of course, groceries and pro- visions and other things of that nn- ture. Premier 'iras quits ing that the lien should include seed grain and t'eecl for the horses while the grain was sown, but jected to the inclusion of anything else. The minister of the Interior has wired that the Dominion government will be satisfied to take crop mort- gages for advances made "for ether forms of and Premier Sifton has replied that this -would be agree- able to his government. DR. HERRI DGE PREACHES ON PEACE AT FERNlE Fernie, B.C., Feb. Dr. Herrldge of Ottawa delivered a sermon in the Presbyterian church here last night, upon the occasion of the 100th anniversary of peace be Great Britain and the United j States, to a unicn congregation of both Presbyterians and Methaclista. Knox church was crowded to the doors, and Dr Herridge delivered a most effect- jive discourse to an appreciative iiudi- C. F. Ilaivly made on be- half oi Arthur and Mabel Lessacd for bail, before His Honor JacU- Tiie appliciiiicn is being considered. Arthur Lcssanl was ar- raigned and elected for a Supreme j Court trial ivilh a jury. Mrs. Lcssarrl was coinniHtpd to guard- rc-im anil will come before His Ilnn- 01- Ihis aftrtnoon to elect. The ni'xt sittings ol the assizes will be in the A number of and small debt cases vcrc flealt with, many itcwg set over for thy nexl, sittings Fourteen applications for natural- ization were read hy the clerk. The majority 'ol them were made hy Aus- trians and Americans, while a few were GeLiiiaris. .it. Ivanchuh, cliargerf with breaking and entering hy Any a house at Tut- in, elected for a speedy trial. PASSED THE DOCTORS Albert, son of King George, who was operated on for ap- pendicitis last September, has been passed -by thp; medical board, and hfia rejoined his ship. "Citizens" and Trade Unionists of Lethbridge and District Please Ulce notice that on ac- count of so much. Flour finding Its way into this district which is manufactured by outside mills, we feel It iiHcessary to draw your atten- tion to rhe fact that all Flour tvhich bears thu following;! printed either on the aachs or on tags attached to the aaclts, IB manufactured strictly under Trades Union condltlonSj (Signed) THE PRESIDENT and ADVER- TISING COMMITTEE OF THE FLOUR AND CEREAL MILL EMPLOYEES UNION, LOCAL NO. 14039. NEWS FROM 2-75 School began here last Wednesday, with jMise Moore as teacher. Burrows was visiting 'with frtcnua in 1-14 last -.veefc. The spelling match and iox supper on Friday night was a success, despite the stormy weather. iMr. and Mrs. Rowland Vincent were visiting- re'ianves here last week. Mr. and -Mrs. Baer arc tbe parents of a new girl. regular meeting of the .energetic local of the U.F.A. 'will .be held on Sat- urday, February Several proposi- tions are to he considered and all mem hers are requested to be present. Arrangements are being made to have a. speaker on some phase of agricul- I in. the near future. Further no- Ulve will be given. LOCAL LIVESTOCK PRICES r; to choice COV.'EJ and heifers, 5 it, good fat bu'ils. 4 to killing weihe.-s ditto, ewes. H. 150 to 250. C'j. BUDGET DEBATE STARTS THURSDAY Ottawa, Oct., Feb. hag br-en r arranged that tbe debate on the Uud- get will commence on Thursday after- noon, when A. K. McLean of Hallfix, vthe chief opposition critic, will lie heard. Sir George Foster wiil on behalf of the government. It la ex- pected that the debate will lasi lor stveral days. It is understood that while objection may be tsien to some of tbe taxation proposed, the opposi- tion may not press their objections to the point of for a vote. Weli-Knowii Vocalist at New Orpheusn -lovers t.f inuaio will be dtlishlRil to "near Eenj. Owen. who has .1 (lotted the siaec name of ChurchM iri sigain in tiie city, an-1 is appearing at the OrphsuTn all rjjis Since Icsvlns LcCh- ims travelling the vaudeville and has earned a piiluiiut! lo rano. The man- agsninu of I he Orpheuni are to he on b'-intf able to secure WH Mr. Owon is naturally in be in the city again am- DUB bis friends, and 'KC can assure jhiui lhai Ins friends wjli turn out in jfcrcn tr. v.-elcoiiie liim at Ihc Orplieura. Mr. Owen has a VRJ-V rcpnnolrc of liifi snnK for tonight id Wednesday and Thursday I "When you nlay in the Rama of j Tliu latter high-clasa balitd is now- the rage in vaudeville, and we can rely on .Mr. Oven to fender K in his usual in- llmitable Btyle. v; r -'S -VM4. X Australian troops at the foot ol the pyramids ot EsyiH preparing to fight Britain's enemy, the Turk. ;