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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - February 20, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta TREE BUS TO ALL TRAINS. Hotel Windsor 11.35 a Day Hoiul In LETHBRTOGE DAILY HERALD Mail Your Watch Kcpalrs To tha Lgadlng _ ARMSTRONG AND BROS. THE SONG OF THE SWEET-DOUGH Dough Soh Me Dough Life's one prolonged harmonic chord When "Taylor-made" adorns your board Buy Apples at the Present Prices spi-ur'.'il iiiioii'or iurja1 lui of the same flue umility oi Apples HP wu hud a few nyo. These nrr ;is ii'csh mill linn ay m Uu> tiny uf pneking. unJ niv'ilu1 best of liuulfty. AIKEN REDS, NEWTON PI PPIN, CHAMPION. WALBRIDGE, ROMAN PER 3. DAVIS REDS; SPECIAL PER CASE................................. WINE SAPS. PER CASE Hiitior, 2 for 75c tor (VliM-v 'c _ liic ...................25c for liiiU-r ManiiiiUiilf ......55c 70 (Jrii i.nrsi> Florida. uii. I'ov Fruit dips I'ot' Dry Potatoes 31-25; Canned Peas, Corn or Beans 10c; Green Gage Plums 2 tor 25c; BarlleLt Pears, 15c; Pitted Cherries, 20c; Red or Bl.ick Raspberries, 20c, Office: Phone 1271 THE GOOD CO. HIGH-CLASS GROCERIES Dr. Charles S. Medbury The Noted Lecturer, presented by the Lyceum Bureau this season, will give his lecture on j "The World life live In; or, Placing Dnrself" Friday, February 26th, at the Christian Church London, Feb. steamship Cam bank, or Cardiff, was 'orpcdocd today off Amlwych Bay, Wales, by LI :rman submarine without warning. The third engineer and two fJrsmen of the Cambank were kiMad and an- other member of the crow was arown- :d while climbinn into a boat. The remainder of the crew were saved. The Cambank had just taken aboard a pilot for Liverpool. j WEATHER 13 S 01 2-1 20 20 33 .10 the west Afternoon Tea in Friendly Village CONCERT BY THE WESLEY CHURCH LADIES' AID. Thursday. Feb. 2-5. 8 p.m. TICKETS 25 CENTS. flourty wl i Hat, elou'dy ?-iina. clovuly innire.i, cloudy Calgary, cloudy............ MCMSP Jaw, cloudy 2 Xclsun 31 The throughout j has been cioudy. mild local j falls have occurred in southern i Alberla and northern Saskatchewan. I FORECAST iV.v lu- i cal snow Hurries but mostly iair, a (little colder on Sunday. j t: aska today and on Sunday a Hillc colder loiunlit. i AIher not much cftaugc in Coughs Are Apt to Come Even cough yon jiavp imper- ils your lungs. When you cough tha respiratory tract becomes inPawed. The only ivay to cure a cough is to change ilie con- dition, niiuy tut: iulliimuiiUiOU. White Pine Cough Syrup quickly soothes ami liealr' the Inflamed iiiembrancs flnd tissues and thereby stops ilie accumu- lation OC mailer unil ner- vous irritation. It's a vegetable reme.1v ant] pleasant 10 take. PRICE 25c AND 50c BOTTLE, The Red Cross Drug Book Co., Limited .Third Ave. S. Ilie inner part of the'wheat berry ground, bolted .and dressed hy the most modern machinery under the careful vigilance of most competent millers. i CITY Hon. A. J. McLean Here Hon. A. J. 'McLean, jirovlnelal sec- relary, is in Uio city, registered at rhe jLetabridge. Are They Yours? A gold locket and a purse containing some money have been turned in In tlie police stniinn, anil the owner may have the snme by proving ownership. New Wheat Record Wlieat touched a new high record in Llie city today. If farmers had wheat [or sale, they ivouJd be pnid at the rnle of u bushel in wngou lots and Tor car lots. Speak Well of Iilajur Hewitson and Captain Diiviea of the headquarters staff of the I3th Regiment C.M.R.. In the i-ity 10- dny. They visited the Cardston Sciunil- ron yesterday, and are well prieased with tlie manner in whicJi .Major They speak very highly or tiio mourning: (he IOSK of their two-rear- aml of the men as well, o'id Katie, who died at the Unnvn is proceeding will) Uie drilling. Escaped the Mines Chas. Gray, C.P.R. agent at Tiilicr, reLurnecl HUB week from u three montlis' visit in Scotland. Ilo niaiias- (o avoid being blown up by iniv mines, atid declares that his trip both iip nnd ro I urn in 5 nneveiitful. His little relnnieil will; him. Times. Lose Their Little Daughter ami Mrs. C. T. ALwood Lulhbridge hospital on Monday. The litilo was taken seriously ill with jiiHJinnonia. on Christmas Eve, and complications developed which, neces- sitated several operations, for sonic Umu llJcre has been little hope Ihnt eho would recover, but the ol" her death was sadly received. The j'iirculs anil tami'iy have tlie sympathy of a host of friends in the hour of their hercavement. particularly as this is third child they hove lost since coining 10 Grassy Lake [CITY AND DISTKICT I A Notary Public CJiarles Howard Kelly of Spring THE POPULAR PIONEER LINE ALLAN LINE Winter Sailings ST. JOHN TO LIVERPOOL Calling at Halifax one day later. S.S. Scandinavian ......Feb. 26 S.S. Coriican ..........Mar. 12 S.S Hesperian .........Mar, 19 S.S. Scandinavian ......Apr. 2 S.S. Corsican ..........Apr. 16 .Excellent Accommodation avail- able in All Classes We can bring out paitengers from. England. Scotland, Ireland, Norway. Sweden, Denmark. -Hol- land, Finland and Rutiia, to any point in Canada. Full information and tickets can be secured from your local 3-S- or R.R. AgenL, or W. R, ALLAN, Gan'l N'West Agt WINNIPEG. MARKETS SIR. J. T. PETTS Silver Tenor AT STARLAND TONIGHT SATURDAY GRAIN PRICES Feb. and closing" prices on the exchange today were: !-Mav 1S71.2 158% iOciober n3 WINNIPEG CASH PRICES Wheat: I No. 1. Xortheni 156 VB Xo. -'_ Xorthern......... 154% Xo. 3. Northern.......... 15034 CHICAGO WHEAT J Mar 130 I MINNEAPOLIS WHEAT [.May......'..-.. July 145 Septemljer 120 1-0 vi Can Take Affidavits -7. B. U'ilkie of and J. H. j 3. Kemmls of Cowley have been commissioners for taking at-! fidauts. New Taber Company i Smii.Ii it N'ood. Limited, have been J incorporated with a capital oi The liead office oi cuuipaiij Is Taber. Coulee baa been uublj'c. razeried a uoiary XO M'OJJE Socialist Lecture .Ml Buclden, tlje well-iruown Socialist I speaker, will give an address at hie Labcr Temp'-e on Sunday evening at S o'clock. Tlie subjecr will be "Wor.k- lug Class PoTlUcs." Everybody wel- come. LOCAL WHEAT Track jirices: No. 1 Xor, 14 Xo. 1 Re No. Nor. 14J Xo, 2 Re No. Xor. prices: No. 1 Xor. HO No. L' Nor. ]S7 Xo. 3 Xor. 132 Xo. Red .Vo. I Red No. 2 Red.. Xo, Red.. 142 U 141 Lundbreck Men Join Colors Among the Luntlbreck men to join ilie 13th C.M.R. at Pincuer Creeh are: L. Adlam, Adlam, -if. McRiichle. H. C, TriRt, Basil and Nuei Cos, Vic. Haw- kins, F. M. lUastennnji, Wm. Dean ant] Harry Roilgers- J The Men's Own J The Rev. A. 51. Macdonald of Ed- monton is due to speah at the Men's Qvvn lomorroTv- afternoon, which meets at the usual hour. A study of ''Peck's Bad is the subject, which 'jvill constitute an address upon tlie issues of delinquencies. This ought to be a [provision for an interesting talk, and afford au abundani scope for subse- quent discussion. Mr. Jan'is will be Ilie soloist. Mr. VfHue lif W. R. Virtue, who has been confin- ed to the house ior the past month. IB noiv abJe to be lits ofHce. Tilt of those Eastern hill- top garrifns is in ilie. sealed Salada pacikape. None but tire best and youngest leaves arp lilondpd 10 form cliiK wonderful BRUCE'S SEEDS For 1915 tike Ibc Hiih'nndRepniciiliiof the British Army, of whose iT-are proud Eruce's Seedt haTr "SECOND TO The nnne Bruce m connwtion wjih See-Is sels lhe slander] for quality. For Cfr fotrs ivc tinve served Ihe Canadian Farmer, Gardef.rr nnd Araairar w Ifcal from a srtaJJ-hegjn- ningr this nr.s grown lo InrRe portions, dolnp business from coast lo roasi ai.d ouisidt Canada. is owing la our Iharough Lrnow- 1 edge of tlie business nud tile requirements of this ttuatry, allaloed ihrough our Ionic cipcriencc, and lo the cxl-eme care cxcr- ciffA ID trery dcpflfliacnl; 10 Ihe excelJcoce of ourttocks. which in quality and our grows. who have in Ibe for geccrBtions; also lo our thoroufb (MiiunforffericJaaliun.ciircnrcful ol pnckmf and our prompt attention lo orders. In secdt rasre than aayihina-ii pays (o buj- the do nol bay Seeds you know cothinf about; difapSeedi are clear if you obtniri ibew for nothing. ts. Poultty Sopplici and Gsrdrn Implem fuJJ iatonoaHon. if uon- rtadv and will be milted free to all Young Men's Social Hour at the "Y" Tomorrow night. Dr. J, B. levering will deal ivitb the questicn tion and Litlior." Every limit inter- esied on cicher aide of Die prohibition question is cordfaJlj' invited to be pre- seiu. All.will he given an opportunity to speak. Conic tccjcrrcv; to the at. 9 o'clock, arid lend your pres- ence to a community uause. Your in- terests tiro at slake. Everybody "wel- come. Fords May Increase in Pries Tim fjricfi of Ford cars may go uj> J any day. Virtue Hros., the local ag-j enu. i-ef-qivtid :i letter yesterday stal-! inc. that orders for immediate delivery) only cculd lie fi'.led wiih present pric-i es guanintecd. All future orders; irntsr ho (or immediate deiiiery, and en account uf Uie rise in clistoms, tnegp -cara are liable to an advance In jjrice any day. Coughs AND Colds On Saturday purchase one oiour -PAPER VESTS Lined throughout, flexible. Just the thing for skating or driving. Regular price everywhere Tomorrow 65c J.O. HiginbottiamfiCo.ltil The JjvXoJtt Store TELEPHONE NO. 322 LIVESTOCK PRICES YESTERDAY Calgary: Hoes, SC.S.i; cattle, S6'.60. Toronto: Hogs, 57.80-. cattle, S6.50. Chicago: Hogs, cattle THE FOIMTXE HUNTERS IN SIX PARTS MONDAY "Citizens" and Trade Unionists of Lethbridge and District Please lake notice thai on ac- COUTIL of so much Flour finding its way into llils district, which is manufactured by non-union labour hy oiilside mills, we feel it necessary to draw your atten- tion lu the fact that all Flour which lif.ars (ho following label printed eilher on the saekfc or on tags attached l.o the sacks, is manufactured strictly under Trades Union tondltlons, (Signed) THE PRESS AND ADVER- TISING COMMITTEE pF THE FLOUR AND CEREAL MILL EMPLOYEES UNION, LOCAL NO, An Important AUCTION SALE Of Superior High-Class Household Furniture Will be Iield nt the of DJ L. Kimball Ave. A S. Letlibridge, COMMEN-CING AT 10.30 A. M. PROMPT The Auctioneer wishes-to cull fho of the Pnblio oi' Lclli- briclge antLDistrict: to tills importiuil. Aiiyone wisliijig- to secure High Class Furniture or any Household Effects should inake a special point to nliejul. The following are only a few of the monv important items: One Gas Range. Gerhard-Heintzman Upright Grand Piano, in ex- cellent condition. A quantity of very handsome quarter cut Oak Rockers, upholstered in split Russian leather. One Solid Oak Libcnry Table- One handsome Mahogany China Cabinet. Two genuine Wilton Rugs 9x12 (one Oriental de- sign.) Eight or Ten other High Class Rugs. One quarter cut oak Had 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 plate Mirror to match. One afl oak pedestal Jardiniere Stand. Elegant eet of Umoyee China Dishes and all other ordinary China, Silverware, etc, One Solid Mahogany Dresser, French design- One Solid Mahogany Dresser, lateet design. Two QuarteriCut Oak Dreisers. One Lady's Secretaire with chair to match In Solid Quarter Cut Oak. Handsomely Carved Oak Rocker and Straight Chafr and Oak Occasional Table to match. One Mission Oak Lounge, upholstered in Russian Leather. One Mission Oak Bookcase. One Mission Oak Folding Card Table. Brass Reds complete with Box Springs and Os- termoor Mattresses. Three or Four Iron Beds complete with Springs and Mattresses. One Drop Head Singer Sewing Machine: One Remington Pump Gun, ,12 guagc, nearly new. One'Remington .22 Rifle, nearly new.' One genuine old Violin, excellent .tone. One Mission Oak Library Table. One very handsome Brass Electric Lamp with Painted Silk Panels. One Electric Lamp with Hand Painted China top. All Electrical Fixtures and a number of Tungsten Lights. One new Lawn Mower, One complete set of Balzac's Works in 28 One complete get of "History of the World" in 12 Volumes (Morocco binding) new. complete 16 volumes, Morocco bind- iny. Pictures, China, Glass, large assortment of Kitch- en U.tensils, Cooking Utensils, etc: Quantity of Bed Sheets, etc., including Table Linen. _ Quantity Birds. A Prompt Attendance Respectfully Requested Frank Waddington, Auctioneer, Terms, ;