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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - February 17, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta FREE BUS TO ALL Hotel Windsor (1.25 i Cay Hotel In Alb.rtl Mail Your Watch Repaint To the Leading Jewclert ARMSTRONG AND RAWONTK BROS, THE PREMIUM YOU GET IT IN DOUGH B ftaelede Fruits ars ot their best in the month of February Do uni ihy Uiui tirt; lu liati bill unco n year. W vnl j) vt'i-y diojri- toi of snort ;uul which wo ure aeiliuj; r tliwn................................................................. L'aliforulii Niseis fur Marnmljuk or Tnblt--- ilo.'.ou I'D" ...........................35c l.j.r.no per dozen .....25c I-V.iey l.'-imms, tsixe. per ....___25c Faci'.v linipo Kniir. for..........25c Kaiu'.v Fvuil. Tor ............25c Fancy Cuno Cod Cranberries, per pound .....I5c iii'e ritlll suiting quality is'o. 1 Corn, and lifting pyr din.......................10c Tomaioea in ami Green Plums In heavy syrup, 'i for ...................S5c Fivsli Himrh .Ejrs'ii, spi'ciiil per .40c Alberta PotfUooti, good and dry, per fwi... Office: Phonel271 THE GOOD CO. HIGH-CLASS GROCERIES WEATHEK ir j The World We Live In; or, Placing Oneself" Lethbridg- will again be treated to an exceptionally fine entertain- j mcnt when the Noted Lecturer. Business Man and Preacher Dr. Charles S. Medbury will lecture on the above subject, being the last presentation by ihe Midland Lyceum Bureau this saaaon, on Friday, February 26th, at the Christian Church i Lethbridge. fair..... -JO 13 j Edmonton, clear..... I'1 Calaary, clear....... -Jl1 I'.O .Medicine Hat. clear 12 :JO Moose- Jaw, clear.. ..40 IT Regina. clear....... 32 13 clear...... -0 The weather in Manitoba and Sas- j kiitchewan has been line and inuder- i ately cotd at iiiglu; in Alberta fine and mi'id. Forecast Manitoba ant: emlh lair, 1101 much change in tem- perature. few local snow flurries, but mostly fair, with stationary cr low- er temperature. CITY AND DISTBICT Personal Mention Guy PailiEer of Milk River and J. S. Piper oi .Macleoci are visitors in the city today. Holiday in Schools Today is Ash Wednesday, the com- mencement of Lent. It is a bank noli day, and the schools .ire alsj closed. Wanted Visiting Bow Island Mr. M. Henderson, eye specialist of this city, is visiting Bow Island, and will take Ibis opportunity of look- ng over as on holdinss in tliis viciu- if Man for feoot and Shoe Department, cx- perienoed. for Dry Goods Department, cxpcr- Ten Sales Ladies, experienced. The Bentley Company, Limited APPLY IMMEDIATELY. 1.0. D.E. ANNUAL MEETING The annual meeting of the Al- esander Gait Chapter, I.O.D.E., :wlll be held at 4 p.m. sharp to- morrow afternoon in the T-M.C. Av "when election of officers "will take place. Erery member Js JBbed ro be present. The subscriptions to Echoes, v the magazine issued by the I. QDjE. are now due. Price is 25 cents per annum. SEND FREE Ottawa, Ont., Feb. Rod- olpbe 'Lemieiu: has given nutice of a resolution providing for the sending oE all mail matter to Canadian soldiers vn active service free of postage. HUBST Embalmerand funeral Director Is Now Located at 203 3rdJlve.S. Corner Sib St. South New Manager Royal Trust G. H. Harmon, manager of the Dank of Montreal, is in uliarge of the local branch of the Royal Trust Co., which is authorized ID net us trustee, execu- tor, administrator, receiver, assignee, i etc. The directorate is exceptionally jsirongT" The company's announcement appears on another page. Board of Trade Luncheon j The regular weeR'iy meeting of the [Board of Trade council will be held j tomorrow at the Lethbrirtge Hotel. There are some highly Interesting topics en the list ror and jit is the desire of the president that i ruany as possible attend. The com- I rait tees 'K-jll also line up for the year j at this meeting. BentJey Co, to Dispose of Stock The tenders received for the Bentley Co.'s stock were opened yesterday ai- lernooH, hui ft ere net satisfactory to the British Canadian Trust Co., liljfuld- ators. As acoiieetiuence the stock will) be offernfl to Ihe public. jnent >nll appear tomorrow and Rri- day. T. C. Mewburn woill remain in charge uciiJ the stock is a tod. Coughs Are Apt to Come Every cough you have imppr- ils your lungs. you cough Hie respiratory tract becomes inflamed. Tlio only way to cure a cough is to cliangft the con- dition, allay inilainmniloii. White Pine Cough Syrup quickly soolhos anri heals- the inflamed membranes and tissues and thereby stops ihe accumu- lation of waste matter nnd ner- vous irritation It's a vegetable remedy and pleasant to take. PRICE 25c AND 50c BOTTLE. Clean and Pure The inner part of the wheat Lorry ground, bolted and dressed by the most modern machinery under the careful vigilance of most coinpe tent millers: Bucharest. 1'eU. He- twetm Greece and Turkey is in- evitablG. The Red Cross Drug Book Co., Limited Third Aye. S. WEDNESDAY'S GflAfN PRICES Winnipeg, following are today's opening and closing prices: Wheat: 159U 157 July................. WINNIPEG CASH PRICES Wheat: No. I. Nonhern............ -Vo. 2. Northern J 53 >i No. 3. Northern........... 150 Oatc: Nro. 2. C. W................. 65'i Xo. 3, C. Extra No. i. Feed........... Barley: Xo. 3...................... SO No. 4...................... 75 Rejected................'.. 72 Feed...................... 72 Flax: No. 1. X. C......... 161 No. 2 C. 158 MINNEAPOLIS WHEAT 152% July............. H4V2 Scptem-ber.......... ]21 120 CHICAGO WHEAT 163 160 July................. I3fi LOCAL WHEAT PRICES Tracfe prices: No. 1 Nor. JUia; No. 2 Nor. UO NU 3 Nor. Wagon prices: j No. 1 Nor. 140 No. i Nor. 137 No. 1 Rew I No. 2 Red i Xo. 3 3Red I No. 1 Red.. No. a Red.. No. ;i Red.JSi Police Court On ibe information of John HesKeth, Provincial Liquor License Inspector, a. number of offenders were brought into police court this morning, charged with, selling litjuor without a licence. C. Lesle and .M- Gordon were fineri S150 and costs after pleading guilty, and M. and C. J3nid3hs.iV ivere assessed COSLB, iliis being Llieir second offence. Albert L. Noble was fined and costs for being drunk, and another of- fender of ine same class was sMowcd out on suspended sentence, con- mliug to interdiction. House Completely Gutted while the family was absent, completely gutted Ihe residence of J. Sexton, on rcid, Hsrdie-! ville, on Monday night. The brigade j did nil in ns power io save ibe dwell- I ing, but tlie dames hasl- gained too j much headway before the call was i turned in, and the roads to tba place ware KC bad that with i the big motors and other apparatus was almost impossible. Botji stations turned out. The fire resulted from an overheated stove. EGGS EGGS EGGS Try a small package of "Panacea" The Great Egg Producer vith your cluckeiis, and note Che result. For. sale by The Store TELEPHONE NO. 222 Christiana, via London, KeU. 10.30 p. war insurance bur- eau Uas given directions that all Nor- wegian' ships proceeding Io or from the British Isles slmll have painted as quickly as possible on fcotli sides ol the hulls the names oi the ships and the word !ore and aft oi this word the national colors arc Io be painted in vertical stripes a blue stripe a halE muUc wide in the middle and while stripes on each side of it. On the outside aie io appear red tripes, cadi -A metre wide. Copenhagen, via London, Keb, 16, 10.30 .p. recommendation is made by tjit; war insurance companies the owners oi all JJanish :ner- t-lianl ships have two Danish: flags painted on each side oi I hair sels, one tore aiid ai't, awd ivonl "Denmark'1 amidships on both sides of t-he vessels 11 also advises that the Danish flag be always kept flying. The company says that insurance! premiums are to remain uuchangctl j until further notice. NAVAL LOSSES TO DATE London, Feb. U, p. ing in the house o-'" commons today to a request [or details rcganling 'the! total Uritisli naval casualties since CANADIANS IN FRANCE AND DOING WELL Ottawa, Fob. Robert Borden, vjhen the HOUEG opened, read the follow- ing cablegram from Hon. Lew- is Harcourt: "I am glad to be able to In- form you that the Canadian troops are doinn well at the front, the whole contingent having crossed safely to France." the admiralty, gave these figures officers ami mcn. officers and 352 men. 8 officers and 5 men. To this j-list Mr Churchill snid should be added the casualties of the first royal naval division which par- ticipated in tlie defence of Antwerp, which were-: officers and 3G men, officers and 181 men. officers and RGB men. officers and men. SWELLED BY RE- CEIPTS OF "ARE YOU A The second perfoimuncc oi "Arc You A Mason played to a vcrl' good LouiiL', and as ol tlie two evenin.es the J, D. 15., undtr whose tlit: piece was played, will finij a very profitable Io tht'ir funds. A in the DEBATE DELAYED Opposition Critic Indisposed and Asks i for Postponement Hon. F. S. Fielding, Ihe famous cricketer, v.'as returned to parliament js unionist member of the llcnvricnsliirc division oi the cast rid- ing oi Yorkshire, Knglanil. Ont., has an epidemic oi l3rphoid fever. LIVESTOCK PRICES YESTERDAY I Calgary: S6.80: cattle, ?6.50, .Montreal: Hogs, catlle, ?7.75. Chicago: Hogs, 16.oO-96.90; cattle, J5.35-IS.30. BUSINESS LOCALS Regular meeting of Lethbridge Lodge No. 39 will be held in the Ma- sonic 'Hall on Thursday evening, tlie 18th day at February ai eighj o'clock, ltin'g Brethren ivelcomc. Cottafle Meetings Evangelists Oilbart and McPherson, who are now holding" very successful evganc.lislic services in nncher Creeh, will not onan'their campaign in Westinnater .Methodist church-sttH February liS. so tlie cottasc prayer muutings will lie hc.U this tveek as [ollo'ivs: Mr. Talbutt, 103 l-'ltli st. lirieher, 1717 Sth nvc. Jackson, 1404 7tli ave. N. AnnaLlH, 427 19f.h X. Ileaton, if.Ui st. N, Mr. A. Davis, 333 12lh St. X. Mr. A. Gurr, 727 12lli sL. FJ X. A hearty invitation extended to any- one- who desires to aLleud Uiese scr- vlcca. Oicaiva, Ont., Feb. Is ex- plalned tonight that the postponement of the dehate on the. budget until Tues- day next "was not due to the desire of the government to take up other busi- ness, hue rather to the indisposition of A. K. the chief financial criiic of the opposition. Tlie govern- ment, it is stated, desires to proceed with tlie budget today, but Mr. McLean wad not well and asked for postpone- ment. He suggested proceeding on Thurs- day, hut as the debate could only hej continued on consent on chat ilay, it was arranged by mutual consent that iL' should be resumed on Tuesday next. Boutju'ets were' presented to the la- dies in Uic piece, and one to -Mrs. Bey inner by tliu m.ile members of the coiiipatij', lot her kindness in throw- ing open her house tor the rehearsals. A stick-pin also presented to Mr. L. S. Utown by the players for the trouble he hail taken in tHrccting; thr. eompany, and the fine results ob- tained. Ir. inline; the presentation, Mr. Shepherd remarked that Mr. Brown had taken in hand a. bunch oi wild bronchos antl had tamed them into a group of finished actors and actresses. All the candles ior tlie Belgian Baby; fund were sold. by the results of their venture the amateur players will set about getting ready for producing an- other play. "Citizens" and Trade Unionists of Lethbridge and Please lake notice Llmt on ac- count of so much flour finding its way into this .district which is .manufactured by non-union ;by outsldo mills, we" feel It necessary to draw your atten- tion to the tact that all Flour which buars the following label printed either on the sacks or on tags attached to the sacks, ia manufactured strictly under Trades Union conditions, viz.: (Signed) THE PRESS AND ADVER- TISING COMMITTEE OF THE FLOUR AND CEREAL MILL EMPLOYEES UNION, LOCAL NO. H039. Kagmal Sinsh. of Natsqui, was a-t Xew for the murder of Celni another Hin- du. The threatened strike o! several thousand railroad IIIIMI throughout Great IJritain dctiiaudint; an increase or wages has hern avrrted. Six Men Lost in the Churchill Barren Lands Pas, Feb. SU nien ale lost on the Churchill barren laftds. They left Port Nelson' January 3tr. and ran into a blizzard this side of Limestone Cache, where they were last heard from. Twelve hannocks was -all the grub they had. The mounted police are out searching for them. The men belong in Winnipeg, anil Hick names are given as Hans Neil- ,son, Jack Wiiite, Eugene ficlangcr, (ieo. Amold, .lames and, Louis Vtincouvcr has heun given the right .to license jitney busses in private liill that passed the R. C. Legislature last wtck; BKITISII CYSLLSTS' FATIGUE BORN Saturday. Trt. 13, 1916, at Vancouver. to Mr. and lire. Stanley A. Ed- nuinton, AlbertLi, a daughter (Eliza- bcih Mary.) CANADIAN WOMAN CHARGED WITH HIGH TREASON Mrs. Jverllch, a prominent Toronto society woman, wlio with, her hus- band, a wealthy toy dealer, IE'charged with conspiracy to high treason. In connection with giving assistance to a young German officer to Idavc Can- ada. Mr. and Mrs. Nerlich are now awaiting trial, and are on bail of pick and Bhovcl on their hack p UritisTi fatigue uarty setH out on motorcycles for ita dally ;