Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - February 27, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta
SU3 TO ALL VRAINS. Hotel Windsor a Day Hotel in Alturta HERALD Your Watch Repairs To Lending ARMSTRONG 'AND RAWORTK BROS. THE PREMIUM YOU GET IT IN DOUGH LENTEN SEASON SPECIALS .CANNED FISH .rresh tin j Kippered j Herring in Tomato (in.-.. _' F.il lins .....................25c Brunswick (in .........5c ?.lrdines, tins for S.irdinss. Best ............25c Sardines. Best liiij; c per I hi .....-.............15c Cove hn .................25c 'js, .t'c: ....................35c JVesh I'inls. (wll ............................50c Qmirls. cudi ...........................9Dc pound piielcnKL' ..15c pound boxes, each ...............35c New Laid jl'jwm .................4Dc M.iyr.ith Creamery fri'Sh Hindis IVr Pounil.............................40c Asparagus iikt-llys', ue.st (tiwllly; tins for ................................35c Ontario (incut, IVr t-uck .............................Ji.aO 1'ouml.....................15c FRESH LETTUCE, CELERY, BANANAS, ORANGES AND APPLES AT THE VERY LOWEST PRICES. ALL THE VERY BEST QUALITY. CANNED VEGETABLES AND FRUITS AT REMARKABLY LOW PRICES.. EXTRA SPECIAL PRICES IN CASE LOTS. Office: PhoEel271 CO. HIGH-CLASS GROCERIES Store: Phone 525 WEATHER Keep Do You Chickens We make a specially ol Poultry Requisites and- carry a large line, sucb as: PRATT5 REGULATOR. BEEF SCRAP. OYSTER SHELL. CHARCOAL. LEG SANDS. ROUP CURE. RUSK'S CHICK FOOD. DIRK'S RED MITE CURE. (Ask us a.3out it.) We will psy 51.00 for the Larg- est Hen's Egg brought to us be- fore March 15th, 1915. Frank y fey OFOQ Co. DRUGS AND STATIONERY. Lethbridge Alberta. MARKETS Lethbridge, clear Calgary, clear...... KiInnMiioii. fair...... Medicine1 Hat. [air... BsuileiorJ. cloudy.. Moose Jaw. clcudy Itegina, cloudy...... Prince Albert, ftiir j Winnipeg, Port Anliur, clear----- 1.Nelson............ I The ivcutlier Uir has been moody and moderately i local snowLails bave oc-j .curled in soiHlisrii Saskatchewan. Forecast A" today and on Sun ay a little hi9her temPera-, SATURDAY'S GRAIN PRICES Winnipeg, Feb. and pnccs on the grain exchanges "urei were Open CloSP J-SH AND DISTRICT I'.yi" L' todav Wheat- Ma, July Oct. May July "WINNIPEG Wheat- No, 1 Xor................. No. '2 Nor................... No. A Xor.................. L C. W........ 3 1 N. IT. C.. CHICAGO July JulJ" 67 B 6'5J 6 CASH PRICE? 1.52.'. 1.50 1.-IU 1.531 1.2-H -Y" Social Hour Called Off j Owing TO ihe mass to be lield nt ihe .Msthodisl church tomor- j row nisiit. the men's ac (hf V. M. C. A. will b? postponetl until' the following Sunday. :it. which '.imcj Mr. A. E. Duniop address the men on "FroliibiEion and Business." .Men; will please remember the postpone- meat. i ecoDoniics Lsis at the Men's i 1-i'i 1-1-1 1 15 THE POPULAR PIONEER LINE ALLAN LINE Winter Sailing's ST. JOHN TO LIVERPOOL Calling at Halifax one day later. S.S. Corsican ..........Mar. 12 S.S Hesperian .........Mar. 19 S.S. Scandinavian ___..Apr. 2 S.S. Corsican ..........Apr. 16 S.S. Hesperian ........April 23 Excellent Accommodation avail- in All Classes We can bring out .passengers from England, Scotland, Ireland, Norway, Sweden, Denmark. Hol- land, Finland and Russia, to any point in Canada. Full information and tickets can be secured from your local or R.R. Agsnt, or R. ALLAN, Gen'l N'W-st Agt WINNIPEG. Closing prices today compared with a xveefc ago were Saturday Wheat- Feb. 27 20 May........................... 1.5-lJ I.Tss: Jiil'i- 1.5J2 1.58} oils- Mav The Men's 0' Prohibiuon and jis relative "bearing upon imlji-'cjy and form tile subject t: Onn. The Rev Hugh Dobson. B.D, is ro he in [lie eity on Sunday and has consented to Etimish the ud- is an expert upon the pro- luuicion and also secretary oi Social and Moral HeruiTu League. Long Distance Drug Customers Our trade 's extending in 1he Rural nisirii'ts. The people who Jiva nl a distance have learned ihui our stock is an iiiuismil one, since when some special net'tl .irises ur when they ivant fresh, new they mid Lo us. Orders by Mall, Telephone. Te.G- ur other means receive our immediate atU'niion. GET THE PARCEL POST HABIT Vou'Jl find iliai oiu- .Mail Or- der Service niiiKcs ii possible for you to truck' ap satisfactorily by mail as if you visited our siore ui person. SEND US A TRIAL ORDER. We Guarantee Safe Delivery. bethbridge Men Won Troop Drill Cardston Troop The Red Cross Drug Book Co., Limited Third Ave. S. The inner part of the wheat berry bolted and dressed by the most modern machinery under the careful vigilance of most competent millers. Winners in flu; drill cGnicsis in Hie fifiu.itlrtji oi Uic UUi Caiiailinii oiiiitcG.llirioE, ILI Cardsion this week eru ;ill LeihbrUlge buys, The con- lest consisteil of squad drill wiili iuler- vnls, drill intervals, rifle drill and troop drill. Troop-Ser- geant R. Swift, formerly of Ihe Leih- city police, lias the honor or being ilie drill instructor, while Si'r- gfiaut McLeiin led Truoi) No. '2. The men irere all. 'tvulioul an e.xcopuon, frcm Lethbridge. The list is as iol- SuiHv was returned by the jury osvs; i llie trial of Carrie Sergi. II. Devenisb. Ctf.'H. Who shot anil 1 Toronto. Feb. A verdict of not, CplFComnsiind Privates Anderson, J. Anderson, H. Uhur, Bartleu, R, Carroll. F. Campbell, A. Forbes, IX Goldie. G. Gilkes, R HeaLli- erinston, F. Jowett. J. Kennedy, K. Lowe. A. Millar, J. -Vc- Culley, J. Xesa- A. Park, A. Pearcey. in 18, cd her c-jnplnyei, C. A. Massey, 11 Turonto man as lie was entering his home LWO weeks ago. The delibera- tions ui iiiir jury lasted only an liour :i verdict, based on the imuTii- reached. The medical Uulr 65: LOCAL IV Wagon prices: .Vo. I .N'or 133 Xo. 2 Nor. 120 N'o. 3 N'or. 124 No. 1 Red.. No. 2 Red.. No. 3 Red.. Evangelists Postpone Coming Rev. J. B. Francis, of L-liureh. received word this afternoon thai Rvjingelisis Gilbert and McPiier- are meeUui; with phenom i-ual success al Pincher Creel; that ;hey will next Wednes-1 .'day lihen ihey open Iheii- series' i of meetings They were to have [ar.-peare'l at Westminster church f ]3-} tomorrow's services. 124 G7'P LOCAL LIVESTOCK steers, to choice cows and heifers, 5H to 5- iclliing wetliers, ditto, ewes, 6. 150 to 250, 6; Et firs: 2 cents off. mil Cucumber ....................25c Ask for a Free sample of Cremi Velva (for chapped hands.) MONEY TO CANADA FOR WAR SUPPLIES London.. Feb. the ff last, few days large EUIDS of money have teen transferred from. Great. Britain to Canada in payment for war- supplies manufactured in the Bominion. Big Civic Elections The young people of Wesler league imita all who enjoy a good evening's j Cream entertainment ro come tc Wesley hall; 3 for on Monday evening at S o'clock, and hear seven candidates contest: die no-i sitions of mayor commissioners of Pubtfc Works and of Public t'tilities.' The audience will be called upon loj cast the vctp.s, anrl eleci the ihree i A have the most coiumcmg Cosl City Send-off to Soldiers On Saturday evening last upwards I of seventy people gathered together I in (.he schoolhouse to do honor to am? Lo privates J. Bartler.t I Jj liad a fow I bid farewell and C. Uolrjuhoun, For ATURDAY Tablet? ('large size) -15c Hair Rrushes v solid back) 25c Xail Brushes, 50c......25c Pocket Com'Js, reg. 50c.....25c Rapid Slis.ving Bruslies ----25c Envelopes Per package .............5c Roxboro Stationery, reg 25c 15c lialtimore Linen Regular Joe Cor .........10c The Store TELEPHONE NO. 322 A. lloulh, T. Slmonetie. II. Smith. J evidence'showed that the girl was E H. Snge, A. Tennant, A. M. W.-, vir in ami own ,vas tlm, J. McLean. A. J. Grisdale, D. only kissed, iicr Thompson and J. Thompson. Rumor of Tommy Hunt's Death in Action is Untrue days leave from lieailquarters at KaLr wbere they are mem- bers of rlia 0. H. R. speeches songs were the order of the evening. AUCTION SALE FURNITURE WILL TAKE PLACE IN McKEOWN's OLD HARDWARE NO. 402, CORNER OF 4lh AVENUE and 5th STREET SOUTH. ON TUESDAY, MARCH 2nd AT 2.30 O'CLOCK SHARP. Having received instructions from Mr Shoemaker, iviio it- leaving the city, 1 will sell by Public Auction the followins: One Souvenir COOM Raose. One 5-plece Mahogeuv Suite. Two CMitonierE. Two Buttets. Throe Dressers. Stands. Two Writing Desks. Three Centre. Tables. Two WasJiInf Machines. Four Beds, Springs and ,MattresiBf, Two Drop Head Sewing Machines. Four Toilet Sets. One dteneJon TaLle. Two Kirchen Tables. Oil Stores. Tft-o Gas Starrs. Kitchen Chairs. Dining Room Chairs. LlnoJeum. Oil Cloth. Carpenter Toois. Rarrien Tools, THUS. Boiler. Go-Cart. Cooking Utensils and nilior ar- ticles too numerous lo men- tion. TERMS .CASH, GUS NO RESERVE, which 'was greatly enjoyed hy-all. Death at Warner -Mrs. Anna Eliza Luken, the wife of Isaac LL-Iren, died liere on the ifith, I after only five days' lllnese, at the age cf 52 years. The Luken family came here fl-om Endertaln, .Vonh Dakota, about six years aso. Tlie family is lincwn iln this community, Ijtihen being one of tnc most success- farmers in lljis village. Mrs. Raymond Red Cress Donation The Herald ilic ceipt oi a chenue for J2.00 from the Raymond Second y.L.M.I.A. to- ward tlie Rftfl Cross Fund. The don lien has -been handed Treasurer Seat- le of Llie [und. A rumor spread around the local barracks this morning Lo the effect that "Tomniv" Hunt. of. .Milk Hirer, Trumpeter the second battery of the First Ilrigadc. Divisional ArLil First Canadian Contingent, Bri- tish Expeditionary Forces, had >been Killed in action in Francfi- The runior started ycsicrday when iL was report- ed in the dispatches that members of .'brigade had 'been wounded. Ii it believed that the first -brigade is part ot the contingent now- In France, but military autJiorilies here do not credit .he report that It has been in action. Tommy Is well known locally, and throughout the south country. Ik1 was trumpeter aL Valcartier for the second, and acted as trumpeter on the inspection of tlis troops by UK Duke and. Duchess of Connauglit, and Major General Hughes. Tommy's father in Milk River has received word of his reported death, anil thinks the runior originated from a paper in Dakota, which carried 11 dispatch to Ihis elreet some time ago. last word from him came just "before the departure for France. t I bund ay afternoon, She prepared his j supper Lliat evening and got Mm his brwikfast in the he u-cni to work. She brooded all'day Monduv overs the fact that lie liad kissed her and i when she. saw him coming home Mon-' day evening she a revolver nud sent two builds his heart as he was coming up the trout steps oi i his home. "Do con wonder lliat all day she brooded" 01 er' what had happened V" asked Hartley Dcw'arl, K.C., counsel" for Che defence. -''Do you wonder (.lint, niter that tense day slie liad oncidcn: he would do' her the one. thought sJic liad in licrj mind. She waa possessed with it., r That wlicn evening came and Urn sira- dows fcii she was still thinking that! he would come ugain and do her harm. Mow it rang through her mind. Mow it possessed her, haunted her When. I "asked her in the witness box why she acted as she did her re- ply was thai she knew her master to a who would do as he said. She knew he meaut to accomplish hi MISS CARRIE DAVIS Who was acquitted today. purpose. Do not these things consti- To the Scrap Heap Big Ben Here Taoer Gamblers Raided Ihe rirst time in tlie hislory ot Taber, z laid on a suspected gahliiiiiig joint ivas conducted by Chief of Po- nnd Sergeant Jloberts anti as a result ten victims were ratiKht in the coils of the lav.'. i Luken was of an unassuming nature, retiring in habits and a most affect-. lionate wife, am] mother, being much I resarded liy all vvlio IIIIGM- her. The fnneral was held from the Kvan.eelical ;churcn on Saturday Jasl, am] -n-as largely attended. The service. vvaa ill charje nf Rev. L, I., Qrili; and inter- men made in the ceme- tery. The family has the sincere sym- pathy cf tiie comrnjnity. and asKeil to cnn'.ributc fines to tlie town treasury. T.lber Times. JAPAN AND CHINA ADJUSTING DIFFERENCES Peklji, Feb. ciitlook for an adjustment of thp, difference vhinii .have arisen beUfjcn China and Japan has Imtirovpil (Jl.-iJnclJy. TDc coufor-i jchCRg between of thr: I j nations apparently sire ing toward a f.-oiopromi.sr. 1 The most iniiiurtatit step vet lukon in this direction was illsclosed hero Thr; Japaneiie has Kivuu which aru regardi-d ;as (fefinile thai it wli'i not Inalai fcr T.Jic present upon Hit; group of general demands which it presented. Tlie.se the chluf points unon China based her reaislance'to llie re- liresunlr'.ions from ToUio. While, Uie Lasts at the Auditorium Rink This rink M'ill during the, balance of die season the wiII u 11 o AV tlie jimkinc1 ui ice. CARD OF THANKS Mr. and .Mrs. Knox and Family wish to thank their fripnds for .sympathy shown in their recenL bereavement; also for floral'tributes sent. ACID IX STOMACH SOUKS THE FOOD leys Excess of Hydrochloric Acid Ts Cause of Indigestion. A authority states lliat Biomarh trouble and indigealion In nearly always due to not, as most folks be- 'ieve. from a lack of digestive FTe states that an excess of hydro- chloric -acid In the stomach retards j digestion and stalls food fcrmenta- jtlon, then our men Is sour like gsrhago Jin a con, forming acrid fluids and gases which inflate the stomach likn i toy balloon. then gyt' that heavy, lumpy feeling in the chest, we j eructate sour food, belch gas.'or litiarbmirn, water-b'raali, or i nausea. J He tells us lo lay aside all (HgOH-' tlvc acids and instead, from pharzracy four ounces of .lad Sails j jand lake a tahlespoonful In a glass of j .water before breakfast while it is cf-i 1 fervesclng, and furthermore, to con-', tinue this for one week. rolioi follows.the first dose, a ig Important I to neutralise the neidily, remove tlin gas-making mass, sl.irt the liver, slim- j ulate the kidneys and thus proiiinlR a free How ol pure digestive Juicesv .lad SaltH In inexpensive and la made from the acid of grapes and lemon Jufce, 'combined with lilliJn and sod- ium phosphate. This harmless salts in used by thousands ot people for alomacli trouble wftli excellent re- gulls. For sale 'by J. D. Hlglnbotham Co., At last we will he relieved of the luie provocation T> jbunlcn ot looking at and winding oni Mr. Dewact then read from the j Ingctsolls The .post-oflicc clock has girl's evidence where he had asked her arrived from England and will be in- to describe her feelings on that evcri- stajjcd iti ioitv tower as soon ing. "I had only one feeling." "What was it 7" "That he would do me harm.11 "Whatharm l" f "Toad lie would disgrace me." "There ate limits to self r she dccUrcd. "Vnu may be able lo tlian oMirrs, but in each slant strain on any one weakens that self-control and tlien comes the break- ing point. That girl's power re- sistance was weakened by, her tirend of attack anil it is for you to say whether or not, on that long day, she was actually deprived ot all scH-con- (rol by provocation put upon her." Ihr, weatlict man. gives us some and drives .Jack Frost [com Ihc atmosphere. Armstrong and Ra- wori-Ji have the order, and they were advised liy the customs department yesterday- that the clock was cleared, nnf) fur removal. The bell, which weighs some 800 pounds, has not yet armed, but is.expected any dar. The toll off the hours clar. The and the halves. Only the finest hill-grown teas are used in the blending of-Salada tea. Low-grown teas would be Car cheap- er to use, .but then you would not get the distinctive Salada flavor. Men's Own, Westminster Church Sunday, Feb. 28th, 4 p. m. Working Man's Rally Hugh Dolison, B.A. of Rcgina from the Industrial arid Economic Standpoint" Tills topic appeals especially lo Working Men. Working Men are ashing gucll questions as: WILL THE TAXES BE HIGHER? WHERE. WILL THE MONEY WHAT WILL WE DO WITH THE MEN WHO LOSE THEIR (LIQUOR) JOBS? Hear .Mr. Dobaon (UECU98 these and many other questions you niav ofik. -s BRINU YOUR QUESTIONS. PACK THE CHURCH. Joseph Miller. OFFERING. 11 Oeo. Heighes. 7.30 Hugh Dobion, B.A., or Reglni., Evangelists Qilbarl and McPhcrjon will commence the Special Services next Wednesday Evening.