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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - March 1, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta FREE BUS TO ALL Hotel Windsor iMt 11.25 a Day Hotel IP Albirte DAILY HERALD Mall Youi- Watch Repairs To the Leading Jtweltri ARMSTRONG AND RAWOHTH BRO6. DOUGH We have a Car of Extra Choice dpp'es to arrive Tomorrow or Neit Day Cases ronslsiiiio' of Honuui Bounties, York Impor- ami Yoiioxv Xewiou Pippins willi :i .-is-soried variol'.ics. These :uv rxi'.qiiionnlly (iiu- stock and we know lliey will please you. For iho pn'scnl ihc pn'oo jiei' ea-if will Now Liiis! KSJSIS uulny's prirc per (loy.pv....................35C5 Fiiu'.st Ontario I'oliitucs. pov sunk....................SI.50 office: THE GOOD CO. Phone 1271 HIGH-CLASS GROCERIES Phone 525 WEATHER Lclhbriifge, cloudy Rrimonton, cloud) .llcdii-inr Hal, Ill 20 AUCTION SALE AT LETHBRIDGE FEED A SALE STABLES .Saturday. March 6th At 0 O'Otook 2D Head of and Gcldlngt WaflonB, Bugijlei and Harness. J. A. Smith W. J. Doddi, Auctioneer Maniger Wrile or phone 1553 Spring is Here But Presents a Frosty Touch ii MARKETS Prince Albeit, clear HO (i Winnipeg, cloudy ilO IS Calgary, '-8 IS Moose rloii'ly -7 15 Tori Arihur, cloud v........ "JG !l 'U 33 1 The weather in a nil Sas- lias been mostly fair and i moderately cold. In Albena cloudy and milil. KORhVAST Manitoba and Sas- and moderately cold unlay and on Tuesday. i today, followed u> j some local MONDAY'S GRAIN PRICES Winnipeg, Man., March and closing prices on the grain ex- change today were: Open Close Msy............ 1511 150U July............ 151U 149U October.......... Closing Cach Prices .No. 3 No. 2 Xorthern.......... 14 6 No- 3 Northern.......... 1-13 i. 2 C. CITY AND DISTRICT Pioneer Knight of Grip (.Ins Dunn, one of the pioneer com martial travellers in the 'west, and one of the Eirsi to Lethbridge. is registered ai ilia Lethbridge [com Montreal. Headway on Coaldale Half The excavation for the Cualdale hall is completed, and the lumber on j ibo ground ready for conslrucilcn in- j to one of the finest dance and (halls in the south. The cement base-' mem is finished, and the building will i be opened in about 30 days. Protect and Preserve Your Teeth Do you know just w'lal kind oC.B looili bnish Is -bt'Ei -adapted to your needs? Wo handle Hie belter grades of brushes which are adapted to individual rcquiriMiieius as to size, shape, quality of bristle, eic. They are Tooth .Brushes ihat suit ilie ilser EIltl which save leeih. The -better grades of these brushes are Your teeth are precious protect ih em. The Red Cross Drug Book Co., Limited Phone 555 Third Ave. S. The inner part of tho berry grouri'd, bolted and dressed by the most modern machinery under the careful vigilance of most competent millers. In sjme of rhe return of Old .Man IVinier yesierday, when the thermo- meter took a slide' 10 ihe neighbor- hood of zero, fc has been officially an- nounced that soring, aprinz, is on her way to southern Alberta. The official announcer little green, grasshopper, picked up by Ed XeidJg on liis farm across the river. There wasn't much chirp in the litcle fellow just enough 16 demonstrate that he was alive, and if the noise he made through his severe cold could be trans- lated into American, it prcbs- Tily read: "Spig Is eobigv but will be sob-wat belated.1' The fanners are saying, "Let 'er be According to all Che oldest tim- ers. early springs are the of the and if ihe happiest season of the year arrKsa by -ihe middle of Xo. 1 X. W. C Chicago Wheat Open ]4S Special Masonic Notice The ot'fioers and brethren of North Star Lodge No. 4, A.R A.M., are re- quested to meet at the lodge room, S.. O.E block, en Tuesday, March 2, at' I .SO p.m. sharp, to aitend the funeral of the late Bro. .McClnre, which will take place from Ihe residence at May July 121 31 ay July Minnsapolis the present month they satisfied. l he better WHAT CATARRH IS It baa been said thai every third person Is troubled with catarrh id some form. Science has shown that nasal catarrh indicates a. meafctnfd condition oi tbe body; that the lecretion of the mucous membranenare quietly affected, and local treatments ia the form of saufii and vapors do little, if any good. ._ To correct catarrh you should, treat !ta by enriching- your blood with thtf oil-food in Scott's Emulsion -which is medicinal food and a from harmful drugs'or opjaLea. Try it. H-73 BcoLl StBcnraf. Tcranlo, WHEAT TUMBLES AGAIN' Winnipeg, Man., March prices toot another plunge this morn- ing owing to the Dardanelles' news, together vitfi good weather reported in the Argentine anil heavy shipments expected this week. Winnipeg opened cenls lower for both months, and dropped flirt lieu to 1.51-g- lor May and J.51 for July. In the first half hour a recovery oi 2 cents on May antl 1} cents on Ju.y made. This, how- ever, was not maintained, the price holding around the opening figures. Minneapolis opened Finishes Training Course C. B. Masrath of the Lethlmdge Iron returned Saturday from Kingston, where he has put in six iveeks of strenuous military training. After visiting the local barracks lie declared emphatically, ituu ihe 20lh BaLiery was far superior LO any he had seen in the east. to -1J cents lower, and Chicago 3j to cents lower, hut acted similar to our local market later. Claresholm Man Wounded James C.untmiiigs, formerly on ths staff of The Art rprriser, has recovered Ar _.; anfl sufficiently from the shrapnel wound, lor Ma> and whjch received in the front 'with -his regiment, the Lanca- shire Fusiliers, to be removed to tho j Convalescent Home in Bolion, Eng- land. He lias been for several iveeJfs iii the at holm Advertiser. Higinbotham's YELLOW Threat Mixture TOE Quinsp.y. Sure Throat Hoarseness. The Keiuedy 25c TELEPHONE NO. 322 Mr. J. M. Ailten left lasl night lor Winnipci; on a short business I Air. K. Uard, assistant postmas- ter, lefb SaturtlJiy or Peicrboro and other Ontario points on IMS yearly va- calion. The History and Current ilcpar Line nli of Ihc club will meet uilcruoon Mrs. 1001 Slli avenue, at Uirec o'clock TIic tricnds of K. Virtue who underwent an opera Lion nn Sat- urday will be glad lo hear that lie is doing nicelytodny. Tlie G. F. Cluh will meet nidi .Mrs. Warren, 532 15th street south tomor- row afternoon at tlirce o'clock. Mrs. C. J. and Miss Lucille Eck- s-tcrix: have rcturneil 10 the, city after spcmlibg tlie winter in Seattle. The Lethbridge Fiower Guild met Friday, and acknowledges the receipt oi" magazines from Mr. LeBlmic and j .Mrs. J. The Guild meets every Friday at the hospital and will be pleased to receive magazines which ill he distributed among the pa- tients. As many members possible oi he Daughters oi the Empire are rc- juested to at -I2li Slh street S. afternoon for sewing. There s some wprk to be finished for which the Hcd Cross society has been wail- ing. and tomorrow afleriiooH should sec tliis finished. You Have Another Chance TO SEE THE PLAYLET 'Afternoon Tea in Friendly Village' 'BY THE WESLEY CHURCH LADIES' AID IN Wesley Hall, Thursday Evening at 8 o'clock A delighted audience heard this entertainment week. It Is being again in the Interests of The Travellers' Aid and Baby Belgian Fund to which funds the entire proceeds will be given. CENTS. OBITUARY GERMAN CRUISER'S WORK London, March corres- pondent a.1 La Coacepcion, Chile, sends the following dispatch: "The steamer Sfeerries repons that th the. n hark lalmon an< hark Jean were sunk by the i converted cruiser Prinz Eiiel in December. The crews are at Easter Island, and have refused to he taken BUSINESS LOCALS The Ancient Order of Foresters are suing invitations for a dance in the K. of P. Hall on Thursday, March 4th. AUCTION SALE FURNITURE WILL TAKE PLACE IN McKEOWN'S OLD HARDWARE STAND, NO. 402, CORNER OF 4th AVENUE and 5th STREET SOUTH, ON TUESDAY, MARCH 2nd .AT 2.30 Having received instructions from. -Mr. Shoemaker, v.ho leaving tlie r by Puftlld Auction the following: One Souvenir Cook One 5-piece Alahog-any Suite. Two ChJflonterff........ Two Buffets. Three DreSsere........ Four Wash Stands. Two .Writing Three.'Centre Two Wiahing- Michlnee., -Four .Springs and Two Drop Sewing Fojir'Tcriltl' Setk. Ons TERMS CASH. Tvo Kitchen Tables. Two Oil Stoves. Two Gfts Stoves. 'Kitchen Cnairs. Dining Room Chairs. Lfhoteflm. Oil Cloth. Carpenter Tools, Tools. Wash Tubs. Wash. Boiler. Oo-Cart. Cooking Utensils and other ar- Llcles too numerous to men- NO RESERVE. Proof of "Ready" Money Those who talk of "hard times" would have been DUL Lo the blusb had they witnessed the big crowd which attended tbe furniture sale ai Mr. Ivimuatt's residence, Sixtli avenue A South on Friday. The crowd was at one tune so large that the doors hud to be closed. Every article was scld, j and in some cases the prices fetched 'ivere beyond those catalogued at Hie local stores- The Ben (.ley Co.'s liquidating sales are also bringing in large sums of ready cash- Paris. 1, 1.15 French Foreign Office is not as yet officially cognizant of the Dacia. case, hut officials of the .Marine Depart- ment explained today that it would come before the prize tribunal in Paris H'uicli is accorded two months' time'to arrive at a decision. New York. N.Y., March. notification of the seizure by the French government of the Dacia, for- ______.....___jnerly of the If am burg--American line, vorce complaint filed in the District'has not been received hy E N. BrieL Court, by Ada Sbeehaii. Mrs. Shoelmn I unS- chnrges of extreme cruelty ujj- Paris, Feb. 2B, a. m, A French cruiser has arrested the Am- these evidences, financial depression a jn.vtii in Jjethbridge for the is evident- 13' always there. Sweet Grass Divorce Case Cornelius J. Sheehan of Sweet Grass was yesterday mnde defendant to a di- his residence, filO south, on 27tlt, 11 p.m.. Dr. Robert, Clicsnuy lUi-Clurc, iu.liis -I'Jnri'. Tlie funeral veil I lake ihc 'residence on Tuesday at 2.30 p. m. interment. plaee from March 2, Tiic N'eslcr Ladies' Aid irill holt) ;i liusiness meeting in the Wesley Hall Wednesday afternoon, after which a rehearsal iviM be held. The playlet, 'Aitcnoon Tea in a Friendly -Village', irill be given again cemetery. hv the ladies of church in the! Wesley hall, Thursday' craninfi. The I UILD-AI Diamond C.ty, l-cli. 31th, proceeds oi this performance will be; givzn to the Travellers' Aid and He! Bahv fund, I'cUcrly s Dora- Buchanan, years, u'ife QI William l.OrncsL j chaniin. The: botlv sent ti'oi ageil 22 Uu- .Skati us'Tonight Auditorium Rink Band Wednesday Having made new for !eav% we will be open aa Jong as the parlors to Nanton, whcic intctinenl The members of ihc LeLhbriilge city xvill take place, iiipe baud and tiicir friends, number-j ing about forty people had a very! UlED-Iu LcUibrUlgc, ou Feb. 28ih. enjoyable evening at, the home of Mr. J Helen Bcrnice in lieu Anderson, live niilcs east oi the city, j J3rcl year. Friday night. The party rode -in The body is hcing held at KeUci1- sleigha and on arrival began making iy'E parlors, awnitiug the arrival of merry at dancing and music. brother-in-law, S. Hill. She Hcireshments were served aL mid- to mourn her loss one son of night hy the host, and it was not is years. Walker was formerly until the small hours of the morning _ froin Denver, Colorado. that the party broke up, after a vote j her daughter, Mrs. S. A. Trew, Ann Bullied, in her 82nd year. The body was taken lo Fclterly's par- lors, where the funeral lervjce took place this afternoon at 3.30. alter which the body was sent to Port Hope, Ontario, for burial. The deceased leaves to mouin her IORS James and Thomas oi Carievae, Hast., and George of Oakville, Ont., Mrs. (Irani of Port Hope, Mrs. Ticw, Lethbridge, and Miss Bullied, Toron- i to. The family icqiicst no flowers. oi thanks to Mr. Anderson and singing of Auld Lang fciyne. thel -DIED In LeLlihriflRC, Sauirday Port Hope and Pcterboro papers morning, Kch. at the residence of please copy. I on the part of her husband, and claims that this course of treatment was of such a character aa to Compel her to erican steamer Dacia in the channel and taken Iicr to Wrest. This an- leave their homeland that she is now aoiincemcnl is oIHcially made.' in Indigent circumstances, and ivhollyf ACTJUN RXPI5CTED dependent upon her own'labor for sun-1 The steamship Dacia left Galveston porL parlies wero marrierl in i for Rotterdam January 31 with llt- -Mimieai ciis, April 0, and there j 000 hales of cotton to be trans-ship- are no children except an adopted son. j iJed to Bremen. It was full- expected She alleges in her complaint that dur-j at that liniu that the ship would he ing the last five years her husband j .seized on her way to Rotterdam, as hae jrirlicfed grievous mental and bod- i Great Britain questioned the validity lily suffering by and swearing j oi the recent transfer of the Dacia at hrr. Ihc use of viFe, violent and in-1 irom German to American registry. I decent language tcwavd hot, hy contin-j The Hncia touched at Norfolk Fcbru- 'lly and neraistcnfiy tinarclling'with j ary tl and proceeded. i abusing hei1 an A by striking and j TJic Dacia was formerly a I-lam- i injuring ncr and physical I burg-American freight steamship violence. Jfrs. SiieeJian claims that on liad been used Hie war i-Iuly 20r in .Minneapolis, het- hus-! jn trade will) Uremcn and New Or- Hand assaulted her about the face and leans and gulf norlM." At the head, hlacking one or her cycg, that he J outbreak of hostilities she was in-i the performance on August j terncd ai Port Arthur, Texas. al tlielr liomesleatl near! On Dece77iber 1M tbe Dacia was pur- Sweet, Grass, ihat on November 3oJ chased by nn American, and on Jan- he cursed and swore at her, and I uary 4 American registry was obtaln- tlireatened her with violence anil slie.tod. It was then announced HiaL she fiiat im wuuiu uii't was io to relieve the cotton threaU, left their honio and has since congestion, and loading was begun' lived anai-L from Him. She states that a cargo of cotton to be talCn defendant Is (lie owner cf land In sec- lion IT. :IT, range i! worth ?8000, acdufred since Hieir mar- riagc, aud that he Is earning ?150 a j month. She asks for a divorce, cus- I tody of their adopted child, ?7G per month temporary alimony. an order for permanent ulfrnony and division of the properly, aitorney's fees and Kails-Tribune. to (iottprdani and Ihencc shipped "to Bremen, where it ai-as already sold.- ficprcsentations were made immedi- ately by the Uritish embassy kt Washington qucstinning the validity oi the transfer oi the interned vessel, and it was generally u riders to od that if she sailed slie would he Ihc British or Fsench warships And taken before.f ptlze coint. Clarke Co. The Ladies' Store Phone 453 -Acadia Block This is the last week of the Embroid- ery, Wash Goods and Whitewear Sale Scores of specially attractive., values, remain .ou sale, all this week and women who are economically inclined should not fail to take ad- vantage, of the exceptional savings. NEXT WEEK WE WILL BE BUSY IN THE INTRODUCTION OF OUR NEW SUITS. COATS, SKIRTS, DRESSES AND MILLINERY WHICH WILL BE SHOWN HERE IN SPLENDID VARIETY. 15c Lovely lifool Crepes Worth 25c and 30c A coinnlete showing of all Hie wanted colors such as Copenhagen, navy, Alice, rose, nld, roset tan, hello, white, creum, black and very dainty new floral designs on white or 'i't inches alt yerfectly fast colors. Wonderfully clieap at the price. Ex. Heavy Towels 25c Regular 35c and 40c. Vm-y Htrong Tiirklsli Ir.'tvels, white, brown, extra large size, special value, Woth up (o VOILE AND WAISTS 9 I I 9 Newest alylea of tho seaaor-, fiigli roll collars, long slecvea, some with colored collars and cufte. 12tc Natural Rajah Silk 5Qc 33 Jnehet wide; reg, 75c, This Is maBt ex'_'eptlonRl value, splendid (jiiallly even good-weight, natural colors only, washable, .splen- did (.0 -auitaWe for drcaneB, Bhlrts, etc. Great Embroidery Sale Worth up to 35c Kdgings. insertions and [lounclngs up lo 18 inch widths, extra fine quality Swleg gooda in .most -attractive designs and splendid wearing fsr the hieeest money's worth ever shown HI- city. Cambric Gowns 65c Regular. ".sfncle'o'f .'splendid qualfly 'Cflm- lirlc In iww alip-over style, .Keally. trimmed ivlth torchon IflCC. SILK BOOT Regular 76c value While or black, very fine, qualities; sUw to 10 Inchei values. 50c ;