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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - February 23, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta FREE BUS TO ALL TRAINS. Hotel Windsor SI.33 a Day Hoiol In E DAILY HERALD .Mall Your AVatcli llcnalrs To the Leading Jowgleri ARMSTRONG AND RAWOHTH BROS. THE SONG OF THE SWEET-DOUGH Dough Soh Dough Life's one prolonged harmonic chord When "Taylor-made" adorns your board Hear Dr. Charles S. Medburv The iN'otad Lecturer, on 'The World WE live In; or, Placing Oneself" Friday, February 26th, at the Christian Church Dr. Medbury it one of America's best Al IK> time in history of Lpflihritlgc were Canned Goods of the llhtfi Uuiility as Harvest Vine Brand fcohl :U Mich Low Trices as ai I'irsciil Time. Wo Kiumuntfv I'vc-ry run ID bv yf ilif QUALITY NUMBER 1. full measure1, ft nd packed in an Hilary IVus, I'uni uml lleuns ......................luc IVr uf il fans ToiniUues of ;M HuiUf R; i-It eel a very Hue am ill1 of IJriJ Tom a rot's, tl for ............-lOc Cast's of I'eiiF, Corn, LJi.aus ami Tom MOOS; pur case SiK-.-olash Table Heeis, 3s I'ouuoi's. '2 for .......................35c Trillin and Sltelly'a linest Asparagus Sni'ulnl tor...........................35c Pliinis, heavy syrup Hlitck 01- Hed llaspberrles..................20c IJliick or Itetl Currants, '2 for ...............35c Assorted Cases LarKe I'rulla Barllelt Pears..............................15c lllnck or Red Cherries ......................20c npplc, 2 tor ........................----35e .....................15c Assorted Casus Large aud Small Fruits... Alberui Potaiues SI 2fp; Ouuirio we-11 matured Poltuoes Celery lOc; Fresh Eggs Juk'.y Navel Oranges '2 ior pounds Spiffs Lard Fresh Shipment Stwlshipt Oysters, Pliils Quuns SHte. office: Phonel271 THE GOOD CO. HIGH-CLASS GROCERIES WEATHER Max. 10 Lethbridge, clear Edmonton, flear Calgary. clear Medicine Hut. clear Moose Jaw. clear.. tieslna. cloudy Prince Albert. clear Port Arthur, clear Nelson The weather in Manitoba and Sas j katchewaii has ueen mosdy fnir and moderately cold. In Alberta fine and mild. Forecast Western Provinces Fair, with not much change in temperature, 'M J4 IS 11 16 4 S 32 Wesley Hall, Thursday. Feb. 25, 8 p.m. 'Afternoon Tea in Friendly Village' 'CONCERT BY THE WESLEY CHURCH LADIES' AID. Fun For Everybody TICKETS 26 CENTS. Per centage of proceeds for relief purposes NOTICE Studio will be Closed Feb. 22, 23 :uid 24 as I will lie out of the city on business. TISE PHOTOGRAPHED. MARKETS CITY AND DISTBICT Bandmaster Cline Resigns Bandmaster Cline has resigned his position with ihe city baud, tie re- signadori to take eEfect March 1. Dora Mulcted Dora Robinson 'was fined SLOO.OO and costs in police court, ihis morning lor selling liquor without a license. The charge that this was her second of- fence was dropped. Bought Farm Lambs Delany's Limited the success- ful tenderers for the balance of the Experimental farm's bunch, of lambs. They will be scld to the public rrom their market. An Emulsion Easy to Take Colds, grippe anil cougUs lend to lower one's vitality. To build up pour body and overcome Ihls weakened vitnHiy you need a medicine food such as Red Cross Emulsion of Cod Liver Oil. It will soon give you addition- al strength and promote Tour health. It is pleasant to take because il is made of laire, fresh Nor- wegian Cod Liver Oil. Price, 75c large bottle The Red Cross Drug Book Co., Limited Third S. Clean and Pure The inner part of the wheat berry ground, bolted and dressed by the most modern machinery under the careful vigilance of most competent millers. j CITY AND DISTRICT Knlqhtt of Malta Notice The Knights of Malta lire requested to meet at the Oddfellows hall tomor- row at 1.30 lo attend the funeral of Uiu late Brother G, J. Kuox, ivlncli ivil] I be held at '2 o'clock. Vctorans and Battery Men, Notice! The funeral of the late George Knox, H.F.A., "will take p'iace tomorrow Wed- nesday from Fifth avenue South, at 2 p.m. Veterans and members or the Battery are iuviced to attend. L.O.O.M. Meeting L.O.O.M. iVo. 702 meets tonight in Moose Hall, Second nvenue and Fifth street South at S run. Initiation-, car- petball; refresh men U. Visiting breth- ren welcome. TUESDAY'S GRAIN PRICES Local Slocky5rds Susy Hatch Ltwis, the local livestock agems, shipped 17SO head oE hogs last week 10 Chicago. Tbete agents also contracted a caitoad of ivool en Sac- j urday aL a price not exceeding thsit paid last year. Ship to Coast vis Golden Jn a circular issued recently by tile C.P.R. it is announced thac uo extra charge be made for renting to the Winnipeg, Fch. 23. Opeains and COPSI from eastern pcints, by u-av of prices on the grain exchanges the Cron-'s Xest branch. T ioday were j May Juir Oct May July 151 ..1.59J 1.25 MANUFACTURERS WILL FACE HON. MR. WHITE TOMOR- ROW ON THAT CHARGE Ottawa, Feb. manufactur- ers and buyers of tobacco rBspowding lo a request made oi them by Hon W. T. White, Minister o[ Finance, will beihere tomorrow lo answer to the 66 65J 671 C6 CASH PRICES _ No. 2 N'or. No. 3 Nor.............. Oats- No. 2 C. W................ 63J Xo. 3 C. Barley- No. 3 n i 71 I X. W. C......... 1.61 Xo. 2 C. IV................ i.jj MINNEAPOLIS -Way .........................pi 1.44.1 i 4-ia 1.391 l.-lOj Sept............... i.soi 1 Id CHICAGO May J.55J 1-261 The comple- tion oi the Golden-Co'valli branch completes this optional route. Tony Out on Parole Tony Lombard, who was sent up for 2S months on a charge cf attempted murder, has beeu released on parole- He made his application, and it was recommended by Magistrate Elton and Chief of Police Ske'Aon, with the re- 1.52} suit that the Minister of Justice, made I.SOtiout an order for his release. Ethel Soaked a Ten-Spot Ethel Fuller was fined ?10 and costs in pojtce ccurt this morning on charge of disorderly conduct laid by Minnie White. Two drunks answered the roll call, one being released on suspended sen- tence, the ether being fjucd SS.OO and costs. 1.52} 1.25 J LOCAL Trsck prices: 133S .__ that a combine ejists in the 3 -Vor- tobacco trade. The accusation was U'agoii tots: made last wrek a large dspnta- Ho. i 1 ion oi tobacco growers came to Ot- Xo. 2 Nor lawa to ask lor increased protection. No! i Nor MARKETS No. l Red .Vo. Red 3 Red NOTICE A Public Meeting WILL BE HELD ON February 25th Coalhui'st Theatre TO DISCUSS HOSPITAL FACILITIES IN COALHURST Chair taken at 7.30 p.m. Everybody Welcome. (Sgd) FftAUK BARRfNGHAM, Union, Coilhurtt -Va 1 fieri.. No. 'I Red No. :j Red.. LIVESTOCK PRICES YESTERDAY Calgary: Hogs, cattle, 56.50 Toronto: Hoes, cattle, 50.50 Chicago-. Hogs, cattle IS.2o-J8.50. Funeral of Late George Knox The funeral of the late, Cieo. Knox, who died in San Francisco on Febru- ary IS, will leave his parents' resi- dence, 12fiO l-'ifth uvenue South to the alace of on Wednesday ai 2 p.m. This is the only intimation, L O. L.'K 16GR and 2SH are requested lo meet at the hall at 1.30 p.m. Lenten Services at St. Cypnin's The mid-week Lunten service will1 be held tomorrow i Wednesday) even- ing ?.t S o'clccK-. During ihe course of these services, which will con- until Baster, ihe Rev. Canon Me- Millen will deliver a series on address- es on "Trie Call of God." There ivill also )je a ceJebraiion or WoJy Com- Do Not Neglect BABY'S COUGH Eexall Baby Cough Syrup is specially designed for Baoles ami Children, not for grown people. We guarantee satisfaction or money hark. Price 25c Sold only at J.D. The ffMCoCfc Store TELEPHONE NO. 322 C.O.F. Notice Mcmhers o[ the Canadian Order o[ Foresters nre requested to meeL at the Iv. of P. liall tornorro'n- afternoon aL 1.15 o'clock to attend the [un- erafl of the late Bro. Geo. Knox. Royal Arch Masons to Meet Shekinali Chapter, No. 158, R.A.J1., GraJid Chapter of Canada, will meet in session tomorrow (Wednes- day) evening, at S o'clock in the Ma- sonic hall. The .jr.M.3l. decree ivjJl be conferred. Visiting companions will be cordially welcomed. Coaldate Prohibition Meeting Don't fall to see the niasic hiutem j pictures to be shown by Rev. Hugh Dobaon. B.A.. B.D., at the Coaldiile [school on Wednesday, 2-lth inst., at S p.m. Dobson will speak on the porhibiilon Question. On Sunday, March 7, Mr. E R. J. Forester will spcnk on tbe same question at (lie r iilar serrice at 3.30 p.m. Street Cars Had Close Call Almost Put Into Barn MILITARY HORSES WANTED FOR CANADIAN GOVERNMENT HIDING HOUSES 5 to 10 years to 15.3 Hand! to 1200 Pounds Age ARTILLERY HORSES -Hiilng, 5 to 10 years to 16 Hands 1200 to 1500 Pounds Bays, Browns, Blacks, Chestnuts, Blue Roam, Red Light Greys or Whites 'rPt All Horses must be in good condition soumJi of.aood conformation, free from blemishes or vice, and broken to harness or saddle. GEO. HOADLEY, A. 0. McRAE, LIEUT.COL. Commissioner for Alberta Chief Com. for Remounts for the west HORSES WILL BE INSPECTED AT, MACLEOD, Monday, March 1st. LETHBRIDGE, Tuesday, March 2nd, R. F. SEVAN, Purchasing Officer for Canadian Government, Commissioner Reid threw a severe j VIENNA scare into the city council yesterday' when he submitted a report ot the earnings of the street car system. A resolution that the cars he put in the hams at onc-e, was submitted, anil" was about to "pass when it was covered thai the cost of operation was reduced in proportion, so that ihe cars are really earning; more SEIZES ALL money now they year TRAVERS Tracers, I-'eh. 16. A number OL neighbors surprised Mcs. GalliehBr lw arm and hack suffered in- juries whjch madt it neccsaarv tor him to repair to the Gall Hospital The. city ambulance, with Us compet- ent corps of attendants wailed, upon him. reaides al Vfnc- feenth street North. -Mr ajjil .Mrs. llsrinan Ulrich have relumed lo the Whittin home alter a three months' sojourn to points in the v-'est. A pleasant surprise party anrt dance vvas held al ti'3 Jav Rickett home on Feb. 11, Mrs. (ialllghcr giving son a surprise. Filtf people sat down he (o supper at six o'clock, alter which dancing and cards were in order un- til midnight. Kefreshmenls serv- ed- and continued until the fem'all hours of the morninK. The regular tlance was held in the -cnlhg. Tlie city council is availing word Irom Belleville and other eastern cit- ies, bclore giving the estimates for current expenditure a final revision. H is expected that the rate will he struck early next week, as ihe as- sessment will he iovthcominR on Mon- day. If the assessment remains the same as last year, namely, approxi- h inately the per capita as- sessment, with population will ..With an assessment of anii a population oi the per capita assessment in CalRary is SI933, ot S333 more per head In Calgary than in Lcthbridgc. hall IKri BBEAO WITHOUT WHEAT Jack Stananl is expected home this JJerlin, Feb. 1'J, via week from Montana. We unilersLand Ilrcad or flour will not be obtainable he took up a hah section there. here after today, except .upon the pre- Thc Auxiliary play and dance will sentation of bread tickets, the dislrl- be h-id in the LI F'A hall Kcb. of which bus been ended, proce'eds to go towards building a Proprlctora of Ihe largest nopular- kilchcn c-n the hnll. I priced restaurants In the city, with The Ladies' will give a social dozens of establishments announce in (he hall March inn. they have succeeded in making bread contnlning no wbeal, oats or barley Hour, which can be served their cus- tomers without the necessity pro- bread tickets. The ingred- BUSINESS LOCALS The auction sale Klrkham Bros, aankrapt stock will take place at JO )'clcck on ThiMday, Feb. 26th. An irr-or iti the lives Uie fate SB the 2dUi. lenls used in baking these loaves liavo been kept a secret, but they are be- lieved lo bo maln'iy rice flour and po- tatoes. con risen ting their TV that unless this action revoked it will be impoiiible to supp Vienna with food, and thai faciort will be compelled to suspend op.ei lions. A 'boycott instituted fcy VJenne via London, dis- vices received here from Vienna atnte Jio use wives against the use of pork spreading throughout the country. B vc' confiscated the entire sunply of tail prices of pork have dropped nho raw rubber, pneumatic tubes and rub- cents a nound, but the boycott w her hose.- Contracting teamsters have protested -against th'Is action of the "MADE IN CANADA Ford Touring Car Price of other Ford can are: Two-paHengef Coupelet Five-paftenfler Touring Car Five-passenger Sedan All cffri fully equip- ped, Including electric headlights. PrlcfB F. O. B. Ford, Ont. Buyers of aM Ford cars will share, In our profits If we sell carl between August 1, 1914 and August 1, All Ford cars are on exhibition at GAKAGE Virtue ;