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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - February 22, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta FREE BUS TO ALL TRAINS. Hotel Windsor tMt (1.25 a D.y Hotel In Albirui LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD I Your Watch Repairs To (ho Letdlng ARMSTRONG ANU RAWORTK BROS. THE SONG OF THE SWEET-DOUGH Dough Soh Me Dough Life's one prolonged harmonic chord When "Taylor-made" adorns your board no time in the history of were Camieti Goods of the High Quality as Harvest Vine Jirand sold at such Low Prices at the Present Time. guanuriee every can id he 01 QUALITY NUMBER i, tull mm packed in sanitary Corn tnul Beans......................IQc Per case of Liryo Cans Toiuutocs.....................12I--.C Per' case of Him (I Peeked Tomatoes, a very liny gnule oi" 'e Kul Toiuaioc-s, ;i for ............40c Assorted I'a.sos of Pens, Corn. Boans anil Tomatoes; per TubU' Heels, 3s ............................lOc Spinach ..................................15c Su-cel Potatoes, 2 (.Irlflln and Skfllv'g finest Asparagus ill 2 tor...........................35c tlrwm CJftGe Plums, heavy syrup Uhick or Heil Raspberries..................20c HUick or Red Currants, 2 [or ...............35c Assorted Cases; I-nrge Fruits Uartlelt Penrs...............................15c Jflnck or Her! Cherries ,.....................20c Pineapple, 2 for .......................J-----35c Assorted Crises Large and Bmnll I'Yuits... Alberta Dry Potniues Ontario well niniurei! Potatoes J1.50; Celery lOc; Fresh Eggs 40c.; Juicy Navel Oranges for 35c: 5 pon.-uls Swift's Lard 7Sc; Fresh Shipment Sealshlpt Oysters, Pints Quarts 30c. Office: Phone 1271 THE GOOD CO. HIGH-CLASS GROCERIES Phwie 525 WEATHER 6 Dr. Charles S. Medbury The Noted Lecturer, prwented by the Lyceum Bureau this season, will give his lecture on "The World We live In; or, Placing Oneself" Friday, February 26th, at the Christian Church Jibndgc. clear Kdmonton, clear iair rinco Albert, tdir Winnipeg, cloudy Calgary, clouar'.............. Moose Jaw, cloudy Pori Ariliur, cloudy Nelson -In 2" The weather tluounhoul rhe west j has been mostly fair and moderately j rold. Light local snowfalls oc- j curred in southern Saskatchewan. i FORECAST: and moderately mid tonight ami on Tuos- tiav. Saskatchewan ami ifr Afternoon Tea in Friendly Village CONCERT BY THE WESLEY CHURCH LADIES' AID. Wesley Hall, Thursday, Feb. 25, S p.m. TICKETS 25 CENTS. DELAY TO PRINCESS PATS Ottawa, OnL, Feb. Mulloy of Provencher gives notice of an in-' quiry relative to the number of vol- imteers in training- at Winnipeg, and a: -what price per man food is sup- plied. He also seeks the names of the contractors "who are supply the food. Hon. Charles wants (the minister of militia to tett him why the Princess Patricias taken off the transport Megan tic at Quebec. And if this was cue to the fact that a trans- port could not be provided. VANDERBILT CUP HACE HAS BEEN POSTPONED San Francisco, Feb. ac- connt of the ansaciBfacrory condition .of the course and threatening "weather, the Vanderbilt Cup race -was postpon- ed today until one week from Satur- day. The drivers made one exhibition around the course i'or the benefit oi the spectators. LOCAL LIVESTOCK stews, cowe and heiiera, to killing wethers 6V-' ditto, ewes, 6. 150 to 2SO, 6, stocb- 2 cents off. LIVESTOCK PRICES YESTERDAY Calgary: Hoge, J6.75; cattle, 56.50. Toronto: Hogs, caUle, ?6 50. MARKETS MONDAY'S GRAIN PRICES 32. OpeninR and closing prices on the exchanges today were May 1.55 July........................... 1.55J 1.54-j Qatsll1...................... Mar 66? 661 July 67 i 67 WINNIPEG CASH PRICES I So. 1 Nor. 1.53 j No. 2 ........__..... 1.51 Xo. 3 Nor. 1 -n1- 3 C. 3 CITY AND DJSTEICT Meeting Postponed SuperiucenderiL CSatlwick :n'S3 10 liave been in the city tonight 1'or a Children's Aid meeting, has.been un- able to come, and the meeting is post- poned to n dnte to be announced later. Tempsrance Address, j This evening al S o'clock, under the auspices W.C.T.U., a prohi-j btiloii meeting will be held in St. An- drew's church, when flev. T. if. Mur-j ray of Colemaii ivill deliver a temper- ance address. Funeral of Mr. Scott The funeral or the late James Scott as held on Saturday afiernoon, -iri- tenneiu at tlie public cemetery, Tbe members of tlie Orange lodges, N'oa. and 2314. attended, and ilic Ladles' Orange Bcnevoleni associa- tion. Rev. V. .irc-Millen officiated. The pall-bearers tvere O, Hution, John Pimm, Jas Huston, T- Chafi'liu, a. Chaplin anrl J. Kane. Bra. Jas. Scott of was also in at lendancy. An Emulsion Easy to Take Colds, grippe am! coughs lend lo lower one's viialiiy. To build up pour body and overcome this weakened vitality you need a medicine food such as Red Cross Emulsion of Cod Liver Oil. It will soon give you addition- al streagih and promote your healih. It is pleasant 10 lake because it is made of pure, fresh Nor- wegian Cod Liver Oil. Price, 73c large bottle The Red Cross Drug Book Co., Limited Third Ave. S. THE BULLETIN BOARD for I'.i-i Column should reach this Office before 12 o'clock noon on the day of publication The inner part of the wheat berry ground, bolted and dressed by the most modern machinery under the careful vigilance of most competent millers. North Star loose No. 4, A.F. A.M., will meet tonight at S o'clock in the Masonic Hall. The First degree will be conferred. Visiting brethren wel- come. DIVINE SARAH LOSES LEG _____ Bordeaux, Feb. 22, via Paris. right leg uf Madame v Sarah Bernburdt, the famous wns amputated today at the St. Augustine Hospital at Arcadian. >f v f' v v O To Buy Remounts at Lethbridge on Tuesday March 2 A FAMILY IMN IMS No. I A7. W. C... Death of. Pincher Resident Cfeorge (Jill, oi Pmchcc Creek, Alberta, who has been visiting in Honolulu since December -1, at Ihe Queen's hospital Jan. 3S, follow- ing an. operation. The funeral services wore held on the afternoon ui Jan. 29, at William's Vnrltrtakinc the Rev. Leopold Kroil .Mr. Gill went tu Hnnolulu with his mother on the hark H, P. Kithct, in- tending to remain ior The winter, taking a residence on Alcwa Heights. Tie had been ailing for some years. His disease becoming acute a wc-fk before his death, an immeiUaU opera- tion was, deemed necessary, and un- 64 ji til noon of the day before his deatli he regarded as on the road to iV'o .American Birthday. 1.60J Creek Echo- markets, Washington's LOCAL WHEAT Track pricei: No. 1 Nor. No. Nor. 13m No, 3 >tor. Wajon pricet: Ho. 1 Nor. 137 No. .1 Red No. 2 Red No. 3 Red No. 1 Red.. No. 3 Red.. No. 3 Her.. Rev. Mr. McDonald Speaks The production oE manhood in the j highest possible form of attainment, an essential phase and aspect in uro- f moting" and creating ideal manhcod to mcfrrow being the cultivation and tui-j tion of the boyhood of the present day aiong lines which lead to realms of In- tention, activity, IKlng and service of the most useful character, was the subject of an address brimful oi sound and practicable philosophy at [he .Men's Own yesterday, by Rev. A. M. Mr-Donald. The experience of the speaker in his 'work with the instltu- LIOD for the care and reformation of hi Do Not Neglect BABY'S COUGH Bexall Baby Cough Syrup is specially -designed for Babies and Children, IIOL for grown people, We guarantee satisfaction or money Price 2oc Sold only at The Store TELEPHONE NO.-322 Thai relief work in Lethbridge is being administered with the least pos- sible cost, was evidenced tins morn- ing, when members ol the Nursing Mission discussed the question with the commissioners ami chief of police. It was slioun that v-'hilc Ottawa was dispensing foot! supplies at a cost of Jl.BO per person pt-u month i ior a family eight, Lethbridge was cloinp it for. 52-00, at the same time giviog much more liberal portions to each family, and inclntlinr in the ra-1 tions, more variety such as'ealt, but-' tsr anrt soap. I While a. full report oi t-he work of the mission Avill he submitted sonie lime next month, it was shown-that no part of the city's' a month was devoted to any salaries or whatever, fiverv cent of, it went to actual relief. One hundred and families relieved, last month a cost Of S7CO. Those present at the conference ivcrc Mrs. G. W. Robinson, Airs. Dr. Taylor, Mist TiHey, Mrs. S. J. Shepherd and Mrs. S. Ball, Chief Skelton and I the mayor and commissioners. Ban, ttaly, via Rome, Feb. 21, fishing boat Gcsu arrived tortay irom Montenegro, anJ the members of her crew said that the GCBQ and the fishing boat Sat- urno, wlien flying the Italia-n (lag liad been fired upon by two Austrian tor- jiedo boats, Tliis report has caused great popular excitement in Rome. Members, of the crew of the GCSH said that the vesicj was anchored near Antivari with the Saturno when the Austrian torpedo boats approach- ed. The captains of the fishing ves- sels ordered their trews lo land and at the same, time hoisted Italian nags. The Austriaus, according to this re- port, fired on tlie crews ami then on the vessels, while Austrian aeroplanes flrdjjpcd botnhs. No one. on cither vessel was injured, but the Saturno was damaged HO bad- ly that sliG was unable to sail for home. Horses Cor the Cauadlan army VI1! purchased agnln In Lethhrldge on Tuesday, March This announce- ment In raaclo by 15. F. Bevaii, purchas- ing officer. The requlreuiencs are fairly ifell known by the farmers. Hiding horses must be from 5 to 10 years old; "weight. 1UOO to 1500 pounds; height 15 to 15.3 hands. Artillery horses must be from 5 to 10 yenrs old; weight 1200 Lo 1500 pounds; height lu 10 16 hands. AH horses must be In good condition, sound, of good conformation, frae from blemishes or vice, and broken to 'harness or saddle. Horses will be Inspected at Mucleod on iMnrch 1. The Remount Commission Is anx- JOUB to deal direct with the farmers, and farmers are urged to bring their animals. All Same Lethbridge The City Council of Medicine Hat parsed n ershrotldn slvJng1 nns paesetl tlie franchise. CONCESSION TO ITALY ASKED SAFE CRACKERS BEAT RETREAT, LEFT THEIR TOOLS Frankfurter Zeitung Suggests Auetrian 1 Way to Ensure Neutrality London, Teh. Frankfurter Zeitnng, In a leading article today, suggests that Austria ahould make territorial concessions to Italy to en- sure 'the letter's neutrality, accord ing to the Amsterdam, correspondent cf Reiner's Telegram Co. The paper is quoted as Raying: It is not conceivable that the cor- rection of the frontier should in any ivay be prejudicial to the position of Austria-Hungary aa a great power, seeing that she has recently so bril- liantly displayed her strength against Russia" The article suggests the holding of a conference by Germany, Austria and Italy, to discuss their grievances. TEW FOLKS HAVE GRAY HAIR NOW Well-known drujglit lays every- body ic unlnp. old-time recipe of Sage Tea 'and Sulphur.' Hair that loses its color and lualre, _ _ t or when It [ades turns gray, dull and On Saturdijj- night the meat shop causeii b a Iack ot opened by H. Coultry on 9th avcnUE ,jlc Vair. 'Our grandmother made entered, and an attempt A Public Meeting WILL BE HELD ON February 25th Coiilluirst Theatre TO DISCUSS HOSPITAL FACILITIES IN CCALHURST Chiir tikiri at 7.30 p.m. Everybody Welcome. FRANK EARRINGHAM, Union, Coilhurtt. 5e. spring calves 1C.; CAc.; -100-500, 6c. killing sheep (weth-l choice hilling sheep (ewes) 6ic. fat laniliB, ?ic. You will notice we are grading i stockcc hogs from 115 to 150 pounds 2 cents, instead of U cents as advised r in our letter of. J 7th any j under 115 pounds we do not want. j THE WORLD'S Lightning Color Artist TONIGHT STARLAND A jimmy, 3 chisel. You juat dampen a Bponge or aoft a hammer and a quantity of dyna-'brush with It and draw this through joitc, wit-h an empty rutro-gtyccrine, hair, taking one small Rtrand at bottle were .found near by. la time. By morning the gray llalr _____________ ]disappears; but what dellehls the ladltiQ with Wycth's Sage and Sulphur ilB that, beeldee heautiLUlfy darkening HONORS FOR SIR JOHN FRENCH Paris, Feb. government de- cided to confer the military rnedoJ on Field-Marshal Sir John Fronch, 'com- of tao Brit'ieli fcrcee In the fl'jld. MEMBERS AT FRONT TO RETAIN SEATS Ottawa; Ont., Feb. G. J. Doherty has given notice of a hill to amend the Independence of Parlia- ment act' In order to ore vent the dls- rjualiffcaUon of members or.senators by reason of absence from the Do- minion with Ihe Overseas Expedition- ary forces, and to provide that they shall receive pay for thtir services. There ia no reference in the proposal to such a contingency as a general el- ection while members ofV parliament j are serving tUeir country during a war. It is explained that this is unneces- sary. Candidates can be nominated and elected in their absence. An el- ected member need not necessarily take liis seat for some lime after the It is quite usual for the house to pass legislation to enable members who have.been unavoidably absent or ill to draw their Indemnities. BUSINESS LOCALS Gliurclies, SuritlAv- Schools and aimi- lar inEtluiUona ivoujd de -well to re- plenish their crockery supply from ths Kirkhara sLock la to be sold public auction on Thursday neict, Feb. '25th, at 30 o'clock 7n tlie morning. Hotel and Boarding House proprie- tors will miss a great opportunity 1C they neslect this sale. Frank Wad- dlngtOQ, Auctioneer. the lislr Jifter a tew applications. Jt also brings back Hie gloss an-.l luptrc and gives It an appearance of abuml ance. Sold by J. D. Higinfaotham Co., Limited- "Citizens" and, Trade Unionists of Lethbridge and District Please take notice tliat on ac- count pr BO much Flour finding ILe way Into tills district which ia manufactured by non-union labour by outside mills, wo lee] It-necessary lo draw your atten- Hon lo the fact that all Flour which hears the Tallowing label printed either on the sacks or on tags attached 'to the sacks, ia manufactured strictly under Traces Union conditions, (Signed) THE PRESS AND ADVER- TISING COMMITTEE OF THE FLOUR AND CEREAL MILL EMPLOYEES UNION, LOCAL NOTICE Studio will te Closed Feb. 22, 23 and 24 as I will be out of the city on'business. USE PHOTOGRAPHER. SI HURSr Embalmerand Funeral Director -t- Is Now Located 8fl33rdSve.S. Corner 8th St. South ;