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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 24, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta f-flfiEE'-shi TO ALL TRAINS. Hotel Windsor I t1.23 a Day Hotel In Al6�rU leth: Mall Yowp Watch Bepairs I ' the Leading Jawelira-: I ARMSTRONG .AND RAWORtH BROS; � I6R THE SONG OF THE SWEET-DOUGH Dough Soh Me Dough Life's one prolonged harmonic chord When "Taylor-made" adorns your board Hear Dr. Charles S. Medbury The Noted Lecturer, on 'The World We live In; or, Placing Oneself" Friday, February 26th, at the Christian Church Dr. Medbury is one o^America's best Wesley Hall, Thursday, Feb. 25, S p.m. 'Afternoon Tea in Friendly Village' CONCERT BY THE WESLEY CHURCH LADIES' AID. Fun For Everybody TICKETS 25 CENTS. I Per centage of proceeds for relief purposes 1 J 1 J S N SfEAMER CUE London, Feb. 24, 5.2o p.m.-The official information bureau announoed this afternoon that the Clan Mac-naughton, an armed merchant crui�er, | -is mlBsing. The vessel was last beard ' from on February 3, and it is feared j that she has been lest. i The text of the bureau's anuouiice-i ment follows : i "The secretaiy of the admiralty regrets to announce that H. M. S. Clan\aughton, an armed merchani cruiser commander Robert JetSreys R. N., has been missing since Feb. 3, has and it is feared that the vessel been lost. "An unsuccessful search has been made and wreckage supposed to be portions of this ship has since been discovered. "The last signal received from the Clan MacNaughton was made in the early morning of Feb. 3, and it is feared she was lost during the bad weather which prevailed at that time." Two hundred and eighty men lost their lives when the Clan MacNaugh-ton went down. At no tiiuc ill the'liistory of Lethbridue were Canned Goods of the High QiiJiIity as Harvest and Vine Brand sold at such Low Prices as at the Pi'e.'seHt Time. tins. We guarantee every can (o be of the QUALITY NUMBER 1, full measure,'and packed in sanitary Poa.-^. C'oni iiiul Bean Per case of 24 Large (.'ans Tomatoes Per caso of L'4 . .....................10c ...................$2.35 ...................I21/2C ..._................$2.85 Hnnd Packed Tomatoes, a ver.v fine grade of �\VhoK- Hed Tomatoes, a for ............40c Assorted of Peas, Corn, Beans and Tomatoes; per case ;..................$2.55 Succotash ............ ,..................12!,'20 Table lieets, 3s ........;...................10c Spinach...............................----15c Alberta Dr.v Potatoes $1.25; Ontario well matured Potatoes $1.50; Celerj- 10c; Fresh Eggs 40c; Juicy Navel Oranges 3 for Sac; 5 pounds Swift's Lard 75c; Fresh Shipment Sealshlpt Oysters, Pints i.0,......................35c Green Gage Plums, heavy syrup...........12I/2C Black or Hed Raspberries ..................20c^ Black or Red Currants, 2 for...............35c Assorted Cases Largre^%ilts .............$3.25 Bartlett Pears..........................15c Black or Red Cherries ......................20c Pineapple, 2 for.......................----35c Assorted Cases Large and Small Fruits____$3.90 Office: Phone 1271 THE GOOD CO. store: Ph�ne 525 HIGH-CLASS GROCERIES m. WEATHER Lethbridge, clear ,. Edmonton, clear .. Calgary, clear.. .. Moose Jaw, cloudy,. Prince Albert, clear Winnipeg, foggy ... Port Arthur, foggj- . Mas. i.AIin 45' 13 30 0 40 IG S9 16 28 12 24 20 22 0 ;u 18 40 32 The weather in Manitoba and Saskatchewan has been mostly cloudy and moderately cold. In Alberta, fine becoming colder at night. Forecast All West-Fair; not much change in temperature. CITY AND DISTRICT On Inspection Tour Inspector Lindsay of the R.N.W.M.P. went south this morning on a trip of inspection. Mr. Hull Optimistic As Ever W. R. HuH, owner of the Hull block, is stopping at the Alexandra. Mr. Hull sees no reason why his faith in this city should waver. A.O.F. IVlcet Tomorrow Court Unity No. 9311 of the A.O.F., will meet in regular session tomorrow (Thursday) evening at 8 o'clock in St. Mar}''s Parish hall. All members are requested to attend, as there will be some extra special business to transact. Visiting members are cordially invited. , Turn in Band Instruments Bandmaster Cline's resignation as city band leader, came before the council yesterday morning. There was a little- difference as to the amount Mr. Cline should receive, the commissioners taking the view that he was not entitled to any pay for January and February, his services having been dispensed, with at the first of the year. Mr. Cline, with his solicitor, Mr. Harris, called- at the council rooms upon request, when It was shown that he had received no notice, and that he had been conducting the affairs of the band during January and February. A resolution that the amount due him, namely $166.6G be paid, was passed after some discussion. The council directed that all instruments, uniforms and music be collected at once, and Mr. Cline will be at the band rooms every afternoon from 1 to 6, and every evening from 7.30 to 10, up to and Including Saturday, for the purpose of receiving the above-named articles. Members of the band are asked to take this as official notice, to turn jn their instruments and uniforms. 'Mr. Cline advises that he wil'i remain in the city. BORN-To Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Kirk-ham, a son, Feb. 20, 1915, James Stanley. Off to Portland O. T. Lathrop, one of Alberta's best boosters, left again on Monday for Portland, Ore., where he has several important land deals pending. Kentishmen's Association A most successful meeting was held in St. Mary's Parish room, North Lethbridge, on Monday. A splendid array of talent was much appreciated by the niembere present. Mr, E, Wake'iin was ia the chair. I A Public Meeting V/ILL BE HELD ON February 2.5th -IN THE- Coalhiirst Theatre TO DISCUSS HOSPI-TAL FACILITIES IN C0ALHUR8T Chair taken at 7.30 p.m. Everybody Welcome. (Sgd) FRANK BARRINGHAM, Secy. Miner's Union, Coalhursi. BULLETIN London, Feb. 24, 2.13 p.m.-The British steamer Oakby v.-as torpedoed by a German submarine off Rye yester- MARKETS WEDNESCJAY'S GRAIN PRICES Winnipeg, .Man., Feb. 24.-Opening and closing prices on the local grain exchange today were as follows: Wheat- ______ Open day. Her crew wa� rescued by a fish- i May............ 153 ing smack and taken to Rum.sgate to-! July............ 154% day. October.......: .. 12r, The Oakby was boimU In ballast for loading to Cardiff. She was struck j on the port side. 5ier main matches;-'"'^' were blown off, her decks weri; splintered and the binnade was hurled into the air. One lifeboat was swamped by the great volume of water thrown up by the explosion of ilie torpedo. The fishing smack Gratia, which' was four miles off. fell the shock and 1 Barley- No. 3 . . . Close 155 155'/a 124% ......... 66% 66 V2 ......... 66% 66% Clooing Caih Prices Wheat-No. 1 Norlliei'ii........ No. 2 Northern........ No. ;j Northern'.......... 147% Oats-No. 2 C. W............. An Emulsion Easy to Take Colds, grippe and coughs tend to lower one's vitality. 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 additional strength and promote your health. It is pleasant to take because it is made of pure, fresh Norwegian Cod Liver OIL . Price, 75c large bottle The Red Cross Drug & Book Co., Limited Phone 555 , Third Ave. 8. THE^ BULLETIN BOARD Notice* for th!a Column should reaoh thl� Office before 12 o'clock noon on the day of publication I Shokinah Chapter, No. 158, R.A.M., I G.R.C, meet tonight, 8 o'clock, in Masonic-hall. M.M.M. degree. Visiting companions welcome. Mid-week Lenten service tonight, 8 o'clock, St. Cyprian's Church; Rev. Canon McMlHen will deliver special address. Holy Communion, tomorrow (Thursday) morning, 7 a.m. CITY AND DISTRICT Roller Rink Lease Cancelled The lease on the Cosy Roller rink, i held by Charles Fletcher, was can-� celled by the council this morning upon request from the holder of the 'lease. Do Not Neglect BABY'S COUGH Rexall Baby Cough Syrup is specially 'designed for Babies and Children, not for grown people. We guarantee satisfaction or money back. Price 25c Sold only at J.D. Higinbottiam&Co.Uil The ^�9ea�l Store TELEPHONE NO. 322 Fire Boss Badly Hurt Dan Qulgley, one of the best known mine-workers In .the district, at present employed as fire boss at the Leth. bridge coUiefles, received Injiirles on Saturday night, 'which may result fatally. Mr. and Mrs. Qulgley had been in the city, and after driving to their home at Coaihurst, the horse bolted just after rMrs. Qulgley had alighted at the bouse. The buggy collided with a telephone pole, the impact throwing Mr. Quigley completely clear of the rig. He alighted on his head and was knocked unconscioas. His non-appearance alarmed Mrs. Quigley, and an Investigation resulted in her finding him lying on the ground severe'iy injured. He was taken to hs residence .where he now lies in a critical condition. Presbytery in Session the Presbytery of Macleod met in its semi-annual session yesterday morning in Knox church, and will probably continue its sessions until tonight. There are present as delegates the following ministers: Rev. F. W. Mahaffy, Taber. moderator; Rev. T. M. Murray, Coleman, clerk; Rev. H. Wright, Pincher Creek; Rev. A. H. : Denoon, Knox church, Lethbridge; i Rev. A. C. Bryan, St. Andrew's church, -Lethbridge; Rev. J. L. Simpson, Raymond; Rev. T. Smith, Magrath; Rev. W. H. Aluncaster, Blairmore; Rev. J. MaoDougall,... Nob'letord; Rev. J. H. McLean, Grassy Lake; H. W. Steven-sou, Passburg; Dr. J. T. Ferguson, superintendent of Home MlBsions. Also the foUtfwing elders: Mr, Lakie, Lethbridge; R. Henderson and T. P. Newman, Pincher Creek. Fish Shipments T. H. (Miller, manager of the Slave Lake Fish Co. i,s in the city and has arranged to make .sliipments regularly and direct to Delnny's Limited. No Aspersion on J. O. Jones President Phillips of the miners' or-I ganization. states there is no asper-i sion on J. O. Jone.s with regard to the I trouble in the local union. Mr. Jones, ;in fact, rendered inva'iuable aid In un-I ravelling the tangle. Government , of tlie Province of Alberta. loHi men arrived in time to take off the crew of the Oalrb.v, none of the members of which were injured. The periscope 'of a submarine was seen before the explosion by the chief engineer of the Oakby. An attempt was made lo tow the Oakby to Dover, but she sank off Folkestone this morning. ."lax-No, 1 .\. .Mav July May July A weight attached by a chain to the .stopper of a hot water bctiic and placed inside tJie latter prevents the stopper from being 'mislaid. \'v. C............ Chicago Wlieat Open ......... 154 126% Wheat 141 IVIinneapolis 64 ',a 70 161 155vi 3 2S'^ii 147% 142Ji LOCAL LIVESTOCK Cattle-Choice sleers, to C',i J choice cows and lieifers, 5V4 to 5^4. Siiria, almost the only country inj Sheep-Choice killing wethers, 6VL-; the worid in which pistachio nuts are; ditto, ewes, 6. cultivated, produces about half a mil-' Hc^s-Select, 150 to 250, (i- stock-lion pounds of them a year. ers, 2 cents off. Citizen's Band TONIGHT Auditorium Rink Thi,s i,s our Last Band this Sea.son as our Lease Expires . Saturday Night GOOD ICE THE WOMEN'S CIVIC CLUB WILL HAVE CHARGE OF THE RINK FRIDAY NIGHT. tiOTlCE TO STEAM ENGINEERS NOTICE IS HERE5BY GIVEN that sxaminatlons will ibe held at the undermentioned plaices by Nat Marshall, a duly appointed Inspector of Steam Boilers, for the Province of Alberta: Lethbridge-J^Iarch �'5th and Oth; Court House Building. Blairmore-March 9th and J Oth; Cosmopolitan Hotel. Warner-March 16th; Grady'a Hall. Carmangay-March I8th, Grand Hotel. Ta'ber-March 23rd and 24th; Palace Hotel. At. 9 o'clock, a.m., for the purpose of giving Engineers and Apprentices an opportunity of qualifying for Certificates under the provisions of "The Boilers Act," 1912. - Persons not already registered in the Province who may desire application forms, can obtain same (by applying to the department, or to the above named inspector, and such apiVlicatlon form must be properly filled out, witnessed, and declared to before a Commissioner or Justice of the Peace before an examination can ibe granted. JOHN STOCKS, ' Deputy Minister. Department of Pu.* Canned BEANS 1 per can .",....... ,1 UB Canned IV1USHR00M8 OCm per can......... fiwU CORIN ON COB per QQq No Old Stock H. A. McKILLOP PHONES *_\_\_'jL._ 1113 and 416 if FIVE INDIANS AND ONE WHITE KILLED Denver, Cel., Feb. 23.-Reinforcements are expected to reach BlulT, Utah, today, where posses arc""^-Kaged in a battle with Piute Indians, in the lifthtiiKi; which began Sunday five Indians and one. white man have been killed, one white man wounded ^(1 six Indians taken prisoners. It is said desultory liRlitlng continued all night within a half mile of Blufi, and 0 huts of Tse-Nc-Gat, leader of the lndians,owho is wanted lor murder, havc�6ea burned, IlcIiiforcemen(.s arc expected from Monticello aiid twenty-five police are enroute to UlufT from Shij>-rock, Indian Aacncy. � 67 07 76 ;