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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - February 19, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta Mail Your Watch Repairs To the FREE BUS TO ALL TRAINS. Hotel Windsor iMt 11.23 a Dey Hotel In ,Y 'HERALD ARMSTRONG AND RAWORTK .BROS. Buy Apples at the Present Prices AIKEN REDE. NEWTON PIPPIN, CHAMPION. WALSrtlDGE, ROMAN BEAUTY, PER DAVIS REIDS: SPECIAL PER OAFS, PER CAS; THE SONG OF THE SWEET-DOUGH 55c I'lHiUi'lowiM- 20 and 25c The inner part of the wheat berry ground, bolted and dressed by the most modern machinery under the care-ful vigilance of most competeut millers. ry Aibena Potatoes Si.25: Canned Pans, Corn or Bsans I0c; Groen Gage Plums S.-M-llcll Pears, l5c: Pitted Cherries, 20c: Red or Black Raspberries, 20c. Office: Phone 1271 Store: Phone 525 HIGH-CLASS GROCERIES Life's one prolonged harmonic chord When "Taylor-made" adorns your board THE'-BULLETIN Roughs Are Apt to Come Notices for Column should tills Office btfnre 1S o'clock on the day .of pubdcation Carpet league meets tonight in Moose hull at 7.30 sharp. MH. J. T. PETTs Silver Tenor AT STARLAND TONIGHT nftaiued. The only way to cure a cough is lo change the con- dition. allay tlie Dr. Charles S. Medbury The Noted Lecture prasanted by the Bureau this season, will give hii lecture zr. "The KferJd ttfe lira In; or, PteGHii Steif" Friday, February 26th, at the Christian Church 13 3fi -13 The wtutuer throughout the has mostly fail and mild, coJd at Fair modt'raiplv colii I day. j Saskatchewan Alueria Kail', j tici much change in temperature. CITY AND DISTRICT i Neglected Children "Five ue'lcfled cnilare-.i were brought j inco (fie1 cii.v lesiei-dKV .be Mount- 1 ed Police. Liuil :ire noiv In the Child- j ren's Shelter here. I "Afternoon Tea in Friendly Village CONCERT BY THE WESLEY CHURCH LADIES' AID. Wesley Hall. Thursday. Feb. ii-3, S p.m. TJCKETS 25 CENTS. MARKETS Mill Worksrs Meat Tonight TJie Flour astl Cereal E'ni- ployocs Lotal uniifl. will meet at the Labor hail at o'clock tonight. A good is requested. Persona! Mention C. J. Tcmpklns, nuiniirer of the San- itoriiim ar Prant, is registered ai the LeLhbringp. I B. T-srgusoii. EuperiMtentleni of jihe government telephone sysiera, was I in the city yesierday. School Board At It Tlie School Hoard met tins after-} nocn u-ith the city commisaionera and the local bank, managers to endeavor] to iiuil a way OUT of the financial dif- ficulty in which they have been placed by ilie refusal of the bank ED cany their account without attaching condi- ticus iliey cannot comply. White Pine Cough Syrup quickly soothes and heals llio membnirios and tissues anrt thereby stops the accumu- liiiion of waste and ner-" vous irritation. It's :i vegetable remedy and pleasant to Lake. PRICE 25c AND 50c BOTTLE, The Red Cross Drug Book Co., Limited Third Ave. S. Local Boys Escort Corporal Fred Macbeth and Private Bi'iice -Davies, Jocal hoys, now niemberu of the 31sL Battalion, were iti the city yesterday, having ar-j rived n. jirisoner of war cnnturecl I n Calgurj-. They mriied their man over to the aiithdritit's at (lie military prison liore. Knox Church Anniversary Sunday Thfi 29 th anniversary of Knox church mill the 7Ui umiiversnry of the new clmrcli will be celebrated on Sun- day, February -i'. Rev. Alexander Es- ler cT Grace church, Calgary, be tfie principal speaker at these services. On Mumiday following. March a meu'E 'banquet will be, he'id in the school room, n-hen Rev. Mr. Esler will also sneult, logeilmr with other local men of the church. (r "Mutt, and Jeff" at Majestic Tonight Tbe iilau of 7seats for "Mutt and which will appear at the Maj-" eslic. tonight, he at the Hertlcy Dnig Co., until G.liO H.IH-, aTter which liour the rcinalniog seats n-JII be on sale sit the theatre box-ofiice. A spe- cial metiDee be given tomorrow W. A. Buchanan in the Hous< Comwins on -Mondftt1, Kobruarv 1C, iiuiuired of tbe gcvurnment the mimes nf the pereuiib directod to take charge of Uie distribution of relief in Alber- ta, iv i ili the amount of the vamunera- don received Jfl eacli lion. Dr. Roche replied us follows: Lethfarldne Land District floyd, Hugh, Sluurt. G., Lethbridgu........Tii.OO lDgrani. C. IS., Sundial 1'S.OO Patton, W..F-, Coutta....... Salvage, Wni., Grassy Lake Peterson. Louis; Mew Dayton. Bun1, 0., Kippenvlile....... Rfngivoud, li, H., Forouiosr Mantlr. Isaac, MillTKiver... nennlngfielri. A E., Barrlilll... McLellnn. J.J., Purp'e. Springs Karren, C.H., -Jta grata Maxwell, W.J., Burdett Posey A.L., Seven J.S., Burriolil.......... Carson, J.H.. Whifla.....'. Pnrher. G.W., Crewc. F.J., Iryine........ CruicKshanks. W.A., Foremost. Kdivarils, K.H.. Faith........ Rogers, M.J., Mlndti tlnssack. ,fno.. Empress...... Purves, Geo., -McNnily's P.O. .lonah. Gordon, VouugatOAvn Cooper, stone. E.L., lledcliff........ CampljpM, David, liyrciuore.. M.OI! 25.011 25.00 35.011 2S.OO 25.00 25.00 25.00 25.00 25.00 M.OO of Calgary, Kch. election officers Tvas ilts chiei business LranE- acted at a meeting oi the Alberta of ihc Canadian Binta So- ciety Jjeiu Ufduesilay 'Q the. July Central MetiioiHst church. i Oct........., Addresses were eivea Rev. fi. H.! iledick, of I.vthbridie, and the May FRIDAY'S GRAIN W'innipfg, Feb. 13. on KV PRICES OpMing and L.O.L. Take Notice All members or' lUe Orange aasnciu- tion arc to meet in ttieir odgc .rocii! in .Moose Mall, Satin-day, at o clock, 10 attend the fun- eral of their late [iroiuer, Jas. Seoti. By order of 3. Shaw, Vi'.M.; lev, Sec. Open Death of Mr. James Scott Ttie death occurred yesterday morn- of James Scott, one of tile city's l.bO 1.60 _. ________ Hfv. J, L. Alexander, of-Calgari-.: July tiS; Tlie folloiviaij officers u-ere elecred president, A. V. Ward. Calgary May 1.1 presidents W V, Calgarr Juli 1.U8J J. Rev. G. II. Cotbleikk, CASH PRICES Jl, T. Williamson, Edmonton M. D.j Geddei, Calgjry t-rea.Turtr, T. N'o. 1 -Nor tierwood, Calgary secretary, J. V.; NO. 2 Nov IjVnn, Calparj rtircctors, Ven. Arch-' N'o. 3 N'oi deacon Tims, Rev. P. Walker, Canon' a Slocken, ol Glcichen Rev. Dl. Aim- No. liirong, of Fximonton Canon McMil- ]an, Lelhbridgc Rev. G. Brown. Hed Deer: Hev. I.. E. Breuzh, Rev. May 1.53 SV B. Kyan, Howell, A. .1. July 1.1S Part, ,f.'C. Dr. H C. Robn, CHICAGO W'.' U. Couplsuid, A. M. Pelets, T_ May 1.65 Yandelinder, A- Dunlop, oi Pen- Ju'fy 1.36 iold F- Galbtaith, oi Red 1 Ijg3. oldest residents, ILL liouie, :JJD ,'fjg1 Xiiith .sti-fp.i Soath. The laie Mr.! "'J5J- Scott ivas a. leader amoni; the of IUB rity. and fihvays loolt great Ij-j v imprest hi municiual afraird. He was' ,-jgl 'JS JCHJ-B age, and is survived bv liisi wife and a daughter, .Mrs. Hay. j Us''; Deceased was horn in Cm-an town-' ship, Lindsay, Ontario, 2nd was a Past Master in the Orange and L56-J Sir pi the Ulack Scep-i 1.55 trs: 'fife futieral tviJl be held with the lites oi thn Order anil tlir, ladies C. I N. W. C.... MINNEAPOLIS 1.51} (j21 oi iht! Orange Asaociatidh SO 1.61 i I 1.511 I 47; i 1.61s 1.32i arc Disked to attend r. Spencer, of Medicine Hat. FORTIVK HUlVTEfiS IN SIX PARTS STARLAND MONDAY I LOCAL MARKETS I Track prices: 1 Nor. I42S Xo. 1 Heil !-No. .Nor. 14l7i 2 Red 3 Nor. 139 No. Red Wagon prices: -No. 1 Nor. in) I Xo. Xor. No. Nor. NO. i Red No. 2 Red.. No. 3 Rpd.. NOTICE Sunlio -svill be Closed 23 and 24 as I .out. of ..tlie citv on business. TISE PHOTOGRAPHER. LIVESTOCK PRICES YESTERDAY I Calsary: Hugs. J6.75; cattle ji; 50 ifgntreal. I-hss. SS.50. cziUe tir, Otlcago: HOES, r-aitle CITY AtfD_DlSTRICT Struck If. B. .Miebach. president or the -Mara Lake -Mining Co.. returned yes- j lerday from a trip lo (he mlnn. is located near Sieamous. BC He reports that conditions are escuplion- jaHy urlghl. rein abcul four feet in bad Just ijeen struck in Ihe main jlunnel, and it is believed to carry good i paying values. Well. Who is the'girl or the red mask? That's tno all-absprblng nuestion on Filth street these days. Even Detect, ive Kane is hnf.v trying'to establish hnr slit lias intiniaied thai alie '.vill visit the mining community in North Lelhbitdge tomorrow ant) '.vjjl make heryeif u-eei; unless fccr'identity is .llrfctorterf scorifr i NO On SaiurJay p-jrchasc one1 of our PAPER VESTS Lined throughout, wind-proof, flexible, warm. Just the thing for skating or driving. Regular price everywhere Special Tomorrow S5c J.D. ( Store S THE DOCTOR'S WIFE Agrees With Him About Food. A trained nurse says: "In the prac tire of my profession I have found so many points in favor uC Grape-Nuts food J unhesitatingly recommend it to alP my pK.tie.nl5- "It is delicate ajid pleasing- (o (He palate (an in food for Uin anil ran be adapted Lo all ages, being sofienccl with milk or cream for babies or the iLged v.-lien deticien- cy of teeili renders ma-sticaifon im- poESinlc. For fever patiniits or those on lUj'jiu dior I Grapo-Nnts and albumen water very nourishing and refreshing. "TJiis recipe is my own idea and is mp.uc a's follows: Soak B teaapoonlnl oi" Grape-Xuts in a jlaf-3 of for hour. and serve ivith the i fen of an ess and a spoonful of fruit j.iice for flavouring. This af-J fords a 'leal of nourishment, than even ifip weakest stomach can aasim-{ ilnie without any distress, "3Iy luisliand is a. physician and he j Grapc-Isute liimaelf and'orders it, many times fov his patients. I "Personally 1 regard a dish oi Grape-Nuts with fresh or stRWed friiit as Hie ideal breakfast for well of. sick." In stomacii trouble. pros- tration, eU., a 1.0-day trial of 0raps- Nuts will usually work wonders to- i ward uDuricliiug and rebuilding and j in this way end the trouble. Xanie' given by Canadian PoRtimi Co., j aor. Out. i Lnofc in phas, for Uie famoiu; little' book, "Tlif; [load lo Wcllvlllc." Ever read th.j above letter? A new; one appears from time time. They, arc genuine, true, and full of human I TELEPHONE NO. 322 "Citizens" and Trade Unionists of Lelhbridge and District Please tako notice ihat on ac- count of so much Flour finding its way into this district which is manufactured by ncn-iiniori labour by outside mills, we feel it necessary to draw your atten- tion to tlie fan that all Flour which bears the foIJowftjg label printed eithnr on the sacltB or on tags attached to the sacks, is manufactured strictly under Trade? Union conditions, viz.; l'5.00 iS.OO 25.00 25.00 25.00 lio.flO Jiuuc, IV.J., Springs..... L'5.00! Wrlde, Geo. T., Raymond 25.00' Russell, Win., Tnber....... 25.00 Couper, Geo. Urunetiii 25.00 MHcleod...... -5.00 Medicine Hat Land District Brown, H.H., Aledicine ciiii iuuiiuet; win uc ginjn LUIIIUMUW _, _, afternoon at ii.30, amf the finalper- r formance tomorrow night at 8.30. The curtalit ivill rise promptly at S.30 for each night performance. A Correction In tue report of the burning Of the Victoria. Hotel at Carmangiiy in yes- terday's issue, our correspondent stal- ed that the hotel hud been built jn ]90'J by ".7. W. McDonald', now proprie- tor of the Dallas Hotel, Letnbrtdge." The McDonald in question ia not and never has been proprietor of the Dal- las Hotel, He formerly operated a shooting gallcry on Fittli strejst. The proprietor of the is Joseph Uonnell. French Official Power, Ceo., Medicine Hat Dro'wn, Geo, T., Medicine flat Card Jnfc S., Medicine Hat Bentley, W.D., Oyeu Juckson, Aunle. Medicine Hat.. McPherscu, Medicine Kiit Druinmonil, Cnrlatadt Cotton, W.P., Bow Island Bond, W.A C.M'-. Hrooks Jer.nor i.00 60.00' 60.00 50.00 50.00 GO.flO 50.00 HO.OO io.OO Puris, 2.50 War Office this afternoon gave out a. re- port on the progress of the fighting, us "TJifre lins been nothing of import- ance lo communicate since the report. of last niglit. Tlio night of 18-19 nasEGd quietly. There were folr- ly spirited artillery exchanges in the valley of the -Alsne, add in the ieotlon of Relnjs. In the region of Perthes nil the positions conquered by-ts re- main in our (be Argontae aiwt tlie at ihe bridge of Quatre En- fants we captured a thrower. "In the Yosges ire repulaod two iu- fanin' attacks at point north'of WIH- senbach in che Bonhoinme "Furthermore, -n-e liavc organtieil mid coHBolidated our positions, AB we made methodical profirefla both to the north and tc the south of Suflel farm." 'Signed) THE PRESS AND ADVER- TISING COMMITTEE OF THE FLOUR AND CEREAL MILL EMPLOYEES UNION, LOCAL NO. t403B. WOMEN'S SHOES Special Also a special in extremely good values at W. J. NELSON CO. The Foot Toggery ;