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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - February 18, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD Mail Your Watch Repairs To the Leading JiweUn ARMSTRONG AND HAWOHTH BROS. THE i "TAYLOR MADE" PREMIUM YOU GET IT IN DOUGH Buy Apples at the Present Prices AYi' sreutt'U unoliuV loi of the same Hue finality ol' Apples as Iiud 11 few weeks ago. -ire as I'n-sli ami flrtu HS at dny of puck Ing, aii.l uro ouaJily. AIKEN REDS, NEWTON PIPPIN. CHAMPION, WALBRIDGE, ROMAN BEAUTY, PER B. DAVIS REDS: SPECIAL PER WINE SAPS. PER CASE ....................................................__ Kivs-h Jlaile Mnyiiuh Creamery nutter, 75o N'ew I.nil! lOpps, dozen................. 40c t-'cvsh I'risr.) tYlerv .........................lOc ItiMil LfUiu-i' I'oi- .........................25: reville U ranges, for Marmalade ___. .55c l Granges, 2 for nf, size niiu (Iranc Fruit, ;i for Florida tinine Fruit. 'Dry Alberta Potatoes Canned PCGS. Corner Beans 10c; Green Gage Plums 2 for 25c: Barilett Penrs. 15c: Pitted Cherries, 20c: -Red or Black Raspberries, 20c. Office: Phone 1271 THE GOOD CO. HIGH-CLASS GROCERIES fig WEATHER Lcthhridge. cloudy Calitary. fair tMmcnioii. I'lt'ur .Mi'dieln" Hat. air Moosy -law. clear.. Ilegiiui. cloud} Princt? .Albert, clear (loa.lv.. i'c.ri Arthur, air... 3I.-..Y. 47 11 111 i lie [u.'-if, lint Dr. Charles S. Medbury TMi e-Wertarfz Lecturer, preMJttid fey ihs Lyasum Bureau this season, will give his lecture on ive In; or, Piecing Friday, February 26th, at the Christian Church j has tpueuilly it Jiifle i-cJiJer a I in SiiskiUciiC1- wan and Aluenu. j Forecast j Mefiily fair today nml cr; i Friday, and colder. Saskatchewan Fair ami quite col'." and on Friday. 1 Aiserta Fair and cold. Wanted Man for Dry Goods Dept, Experienced The Bentley Company, Limited APPLY IMMEDIATELY. CITY AND DISTKICT Personal Mention Deiei'tln Pnier cf .Mac- Itciil is in ihe ritv on business in con- JnecLion wlih the H-VW.M.-P. Mr. George Knox Dead The deacll occurred at San Francis- co on Tuesday, February iti. of George j Knos. The remains ure being sent tu Lethbridge. The date of [he iuneral will be announced later. Everything in Insurance Pfre, Mle, Accident, Sickness, Plate Glass, EHjptoyer's Liability, Animal, Auto- mobile, Burglary. Eereonal Attention Strong: Companies WRITE WHEN YOU REQUIRE SAME. W. A. Levitt LETHBRIDQE, ALBERTA. PHONE 518. Gets New Position W. Joyce of the West Canadian Col-' lieries, Blairniore, was iu the city yet j Mr, Joyce becomes secretary-1---- treasurer oi the tov.-n ci" i his term of otiiot tomor-''< row. i After a Commission j II. Donnaii D [he I'Oln Eauerv, K.F.. has pcnp in Kingston ;o irain for a commissioned oftice in Hie -otli, C.F.A. I Guuner Posion has been guen iho in'ovisional ayitoiutnient of Bombar-: dier. i Good Demand'for "Mutt Jeff'1 Seats j Seats are selling rapidly at the Hed- _ ,ey Drug Co. for the engagement o' j '.Mutt and Jeff" ai the .Majestic The-i ure on Friday ami Saturday. The sca'Ie ol prices range from 25 cents to 31.00, and as thsrc is already a grea: i demand for the best seais, imending 1 imirons are advised to make reserva- i Lions today. Coughs Are Apt to Come Every cough yon liave imper- ils your lunss. U'LI-JM yon cough tlie respiratory imcl btjuoiues inflamed. way to cure a cough is to cliiiiigo tin? con- ilii inn, allay llu1 inflammation. White Pine Cough Syrup (lu.'t-'kly sooihrs heals tJie influmed membranes ami tissues and thereby stoiia (he accumu- lation of ivasie matter :md ner- vous irritation. It's a vegetable remedy and plrapnni to take. PRICE 25c AND 50c BOTTLE. The Red Cross Drug Book Co., Limited Phone 555 Third Avt. S. The inner part of the wheat b'crry ground, bolted ;ind dressed by tho most modern machinery under the careful vigilance of-most competent millers. Store: Phone 525 Savannah, Ga.f Feb. circle's arc anxious ovcf Die British steamer. LJrika and the Norwegian strainer. Belveinon, which sailed from here more Dian nvo weeks ano for Europe. XiMther lias IKT and it is feared both hiive been sunk. KAISEK IN7 CONFERENCE Copenhagen, Felj. Haul held u Ions-; conference with his j ministers at Berlin today, according to a despatch received Mie Poli- liken. Grand Rush for Tags Tlie I91n dog tass Jiai'e arrived, and ClueC Skfclton suggests that dog o'n'n- ors come early and avoid the rush. If ilioy don't, Fido IB liable to fall a vjc. liui of __ Auction Sale, Sat. Feb. 20 At The Lethbridgc Feed and Sale Stables. 40 head of Mares and all broken, weight from 900 to 1500 pounds. In this bunch are BO me well matched teams of Marcs and Geldings, alao some Saddle Ponies. 3 Good Cows, one set of Iron Harrows, all complete; Wagoni, Buggies and Harness. Anyone wishing tojsell or buy should attend this sale. Sale commences at 1 o'clock sharp. J. A. W. J. WRITE OR PHONE 1552. Nora Loat Now Busy Making Little Stones Out of Big Ones Nora 'Lxjat, alias Nora Taylor, Bes- sie Evans and Smith, who re- cently invaded after be- las departed from the United States as an undesirable three timec, and vho kepi the no'iice force here in a atate ol turmoil during her visi- tation is doing 3 months in the Nel- son jail. She M'as apprehended on 3. charge of utEering a worthless cheque, but the jjulice could not prove t'neir case, and she was-a'ilowed to go. She made a strenuous objection in the report ol her case, and claimed she tvas a much maJignod woman. Later ahe hired a ed. by the higher court and sentenced to time months at hard labor In the Kelson loek-uji, now oelng engaged in the highly edifying occupation of mak- ing mi'ie siones out of big ones. Outlook Best in 35 Years F. D. Sbaw, collector of-customs the pore of- Lethbridge, who has seen no less than 35 winters in southern Al- j herta, in speaking TO the Herald yes- i terday mated emphatically that never in all that time has he nested such a favorable winter for the production of crops. St. John's Medallions Arrive The medallions for those AV'IO re- cently passed (be senior In first aid have, been received by Chief Hardy, and will be sent out to the recljjicBig sljort'y. Dr. Thomson is at present conducting a class of civ- ilians, battery boys and miners, un- der the regulations of the St. John Am- bulance association. The meriaMions received arc beautifully engraved, and are certainly 'fell worth fur. EGGS Try a small package of "Panacea" TJic Great Egg Producer with your diicke and note the result. For sale by J.D. HiginbDttiamHo.lti! The Store TELEPHONE NO. 322 BILL PEES Washington, D.C., Fob. gov- ernment ship purchase bill, as an am- endment, to the Weeks naval Liixlllary livery rig, and could not come through i bill. WHS panned by the House at J.20 nith the amount-of the Mil, Home o'clock this morning hy z voie of iu 121. On ine strength oi a ahf induced one ol tlie ytuulonien to pay the bill. Sbe nonidn'l rs-imtmi'Bs and -ft lur hei ai'roEt was issued. My this time, tihc had left the cfty, and way eugaped in go to ihti Senalc al "doing" the coal-mining along tho Paes. She donned male attire, and the police for some time, but WRa flnaHy nabbed at Michei on a iVnarge of ootaining money by false H. E. who enlisted with being- committed for (rial the Princess Pats io Calgary, has Jail. She was in action The hill oon loiJay. Nineteen voted ugaiiiai the bill. All of the IlRDUblicans pvf- HpiH vo.led against thr- and f.'rn progressives joiJied ivllh (he Democrat- ic mapority for It. Buckingham Palace Secure Against Zepps London, Feb. 18. The private! apartments oi the Hoyal family in; Huckingharu Palace are being protect-' cd against poBsiblc (iernian airraids.! since the Zeppelin laid oi a1 few weeks agor when bornhs fere dropped near one of the i Royal residences, there have been re- ports in circulation here that pro tec- live measures vrnuld he adopted for, at part oi Buckingham Palace, j Much attention altractert today, 'vhen began spreading heavy! wire, nelinii; that part 0! the palace cc'jupicii as rcsidsntial quai- icrij by Use Hoyal family, ncL-; ling was placed on a heavy frame-. work ircalic which .stands Fix feet or mum iroin ihf'rnol proper, olh'.'i places iu London protected by; :i similar wrecn ,.rr houiics of the1 DmVss (ji om; of Ihe' I'cjiliscliilds, an'l soinp, of the public i institutions. A niectine of (ho Carpet Uall Lea- gue will be field in the Mouse Hall on Friday at 7.30. The shield by' the City Sign WorkH for the carpet ball league ia on display ]u ft, Wright'e window. "Citizens" and Trade Unionists of Lethbridge and District Pleaso taka jioiice that on ac- count of so much Flour finding its way into (.Iris district wliicii is manufactured by non-union labour outsido mills, ive feel it ncccsbary to draw yrfur atten- tion to tJic :fact that all F'iour which bfiarsi Ihe following label printed either on the sacks or on tags nuaclioti IP the sacks, is manufactured strictly under Trades Union conditions, via.: (Signed) THE. PRESS AND ADVER- TISING COMMITTEE OF THE FLOUR AND CEREAL MILL EMPLOYEES UNION, LOCAL NO, 14039- An Important AUCTION SALE Of Superior High-Class Household Furniture Will be held at the residence ol D. L. Kimball, Esq., at 1224 fith Ave. S. Lethbridge, on COMMENCING AT 10.30 A. M. PKOMP11 Tho Auctioneer call of the Public ol' Leth- and District; to this iauportiint sale. Anyone wishing to secure High Class Furnitiirf! or any Household 'Effects should rasilce a- special to atteml. Tho following arc only a few of the more-important it (ruts One Gas Range. Gerhsrd-Heintzman Upright Grand Piano, in ex- cellent condition, A quantity of very handsome quarter cut. Oak Rochtrs, upholstered in split Russian leather. One Solid Oak Library Table. One handiome Mahogany China Cabinet. Two genuine Wilton 9x12 (one Oriental de- sign.) Eight or Ten other High Class Ruga. quarter cut oak Hall Stand with French Plate Bevelled Mirror. Complete Dining Set of Quarter Cut Oak Includ- ing Extension Table and Chairs; Table pe- destal design. One handsome Buffet, latest design with heavy French piate Mirror to match, One all oak pedestal Jardiniere Stand. Elegant set of Limoges China Dishes and all other ordinary China, Silverware, etc. One Solid Mahogany French Princess de- sign. One Solid Mahogany Dreeaer, latest design. Two Quarter Cut Oak Dresners. One Lady'c Secretary with chair to match in Solid Quarter Cut Oak. Handsomely Carved Oak Rocker and Straight Chair and Oak Occasional Table to match. One Mission Oak Lounge, upholitered in Ruiifan Leather, _ One Mission Oak Bookcase. One Mission Oak Folding Card Table. 3raea Hrtcte complete with Box Sprlnfli -and Of- termoor Mattreesci. Three or Four Iron Sedi complete with and Matlreaaea. One Drop Head Singer Sewing Machine. One Remington Pump Gun, ,12 guage, nearly niw. One Remington .22 Rifle, nearly new. One genuine old Violin, excellent tone. One Mission Oak Library Table. One very handsome Braci Electric Limp with Painted Silk Panels. One Electric Lamp with Hand Painted China top. AM Electrical Fixtures and number of "Tungsten Lights, One new Lawn Mower. One .complete let of BaFzacra Works in 28 vofumefl One complete of "History of the World" in 12 Volumes (Morocco binding) new. complete .16.volumes, Morocco bind- ing, pictures, China, Glasn, large assortment of Kltcb- en'Utensils, Cooking Uteniffj, etc. Quantity of Bed Sheeti, Including Table Linen. Quantity of Stuffed Birds. The auctioneer respectfully requests prompt attendance Auctioneer, F. A. Waddington Terms, Cash ;