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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - March 2, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD Mail Your Watch Repairs To tha Leading Jeweleri ------O------' ARMSTRONG AND RAWORTH BROS.. QUALITY FIRST MEANS TAYLOR MADE We have a Car of Extra Choice Apples to Arrive Tomorrow OF Next Day discs rousistinii' principally of Komun .Beauties, York Imper- ial and Yellow Newton I'ippjns wiili a few as.sortei! vavicfies. Tliesc apples arc exceptionally line sfoelc anil we kiimv lliey will please yo'ii. Kov llie present, the price per ousc, will Now Laid Kivg's today's prieo per Finest Oiiliii-io Poliiioos. per sack....................SI.50 Office: CO. Store Phonel271 HIGH-CLASS GROCERIES Phine 525 iiud Dell Varaatile Entertainers STARLAND TONIGHT B? i TI icftn A V'c rcn A i M DD c AITTIOX SALE AT LETHBB1DGE FEED 4 SALE STABLES Saturda.v. Man-Ji At O ne O'clock 20 Mean of Mares and Geldings VVagonc, Buggies Harness. J. A. Smith W. J. DoiJds, Auctioneer Manager i-. or pHont' Mayor Hjnlie n-ill TUESDAY'S GRAIN PRICES H'innipcg, .March and j closing prices on the grain exchanges today neru j Open IMay 1.50 l.-lfi Julr 1.50; 1.1-1 1.13 Oars- May July.......................... pray I [May I July 1.69 CASH PRICES Wheat- No. 1 It or........... --------jXo. 9. Nor................... !.Vo. 3 Vor................... Xo. 3 C. W. No 3 C. W..... 1 X. W C.......... No. 3 C. CHICAGO Wheat- Mar 1.46 July ].is MINNEAPOLIS .Mar i.4fli uly 1.351 l.ll7 i cthbriil-f, dumlv i- 10 ICtlmonuin. dear W S .Medicine chmih.... S Kpsiiun. fair (i I'rincr Albert, clear (t Winnipeg, clear 32 Calcary. clear US Ul Jaw, cloud 17 0 Tori clear firt I .02 Vrlsoii 50 37 The weather in Manitoba has been cle.ir and deddcdlv cold. In Saskatch- ewan cloudy and coV. in Albei'ta iiiiKlcr.itclv fnir and mndcraiely cold. FOKKC 1ST anil j rohl. i SaskalcliiMViUi Albert a Fair. j not much change in temperature. CITY AND DISTRICT] Persona? Mention (.I. .Morten and wife of are visitors in die city. Personal Mention Pace cf C Sniiadron. t'.Al.R.. s in ihe city for n lew days from K. A. fiinniugham Is registered ;it j Alexandra from Calgary. Protect and Preserve Your Teeth Do you fcuoiv just ivVit Jiimi of 11 toolh brush is best adapted 10 your nc-i'ds1.' Wo bundle ilie belter grades of brushes ;in? adapted 10 jiulividij.il ri-qiiiivDienis as 10 size, slmue. quality oC bristle, etc. They are Tooth Brushes tliiii suit tlie user and which save rrelll. TliL> belter cnule.s of these brushes arc guiiniiucfd. Your teeth are preciuus protect ih 0111. The Red Cross Drug Book Co., Limited Death of Infant The death occurred yesrerday of Leuuard, tlie nine-men ths'-old sou o[ Mr. and Urs. F-. N. Chaplin. The fun- eral will be held tomorrow afternoon l.iioT1. jut -.30 from the family residence. I.fiSf j I Royal Arch Masons to Meet I Au instruction meeting of the ofi'i-' cers of Shekinah Chapter, R.A.M.. will 1.40J be held on Wednesday at S o'clock in j 1.374 the Masonic The 'ivDrl; be, the M.U.M. degree, and Ei. Comp. C. Gli (S. Dore wiil be in charge. 58" I j Lenten Services at St. Cyprian's I 1.6'Of I .Mid-week 1-enien service will he i 1.57-J he-Id in St. Cyprian's Church touior-: ran- f Wednesday j evening at S o'clock, when the Hev. Canon McMillen will' Third Ave. S. THE BULLETIN BOARD Notices fop Column should tfifs Office before 12 o'clock noon on tho day of publication The L.O.O.M., No. will meet In tlie Moose Hall tonight for Uieir ;ui- nual election 01 of [leers. All mem- bers lire requested to be present. CITY AND DISTRICT The inner part of the wheat berry ground, bolted an.d dressed by the most modern machinery under the careful vigilance of most competent millers. J 1.421 continue his series cf spocfa'i Lenten i.36 1.313 1.03; some time during the present session Wagon Prices- c" i .16.1, i addresses. On Thursday morning at j T a.m. tliery will be a celebration of Holy Communion in St. Cyprian's. Mr. Stafford in City J. W. Stafford, late local "Dcminicn Land agent is in ilia city for the week i the Legislature to protest, along i Nor.... 1.32 No. 1 Red... end, .Mr. Stafford has been to with the mayors of other cities, No.. 2. Nor.... 1.29 N0. 2 Red... l.afl'nipeg since going to SwiH the corralling 01 all the po-1 Eo. 3 Xor 1.2-1 No. 3 Red... 1.24 and is nan ac Shauuaroii supervising !p lice court by the Provincial gov-' Uie distvibutiou ot" seed grain to ihe j crninettL. Chief-Sbelton was author- LIVESTOCK PRICES YESTERDAY HIGINBOTHAM'S ENGLISH AMMOXIATED TIXCTUKE QUIMNE A maspoonful of this Old FaEhioued preparation taken tliree or Tour rimes a day will maJic these dull.days brighr. Tonic and Stimulant 25c Ter Bottle J.D. HiginbothamSCo.ltd The TELEPHONE NO. 322 ized by the council ihis morning to prepare a- comparative statement of lines for the past year. Thr cities will make a concerted attempt- to turn .some oi this revenue into the city treasuries. Com mi 5 si oner Grace proposed cer- tain capita! t'-Vpeoditures at the coun- cil meeting on Saturday, but the mayor heaved a splash oi cold water his hopes bv moving that the mat- isr be laid nn the table for djscus- .sion. It cainc up yesterday, hut was not disposed oi. Mr. Grace wants to spend on wal-errnain extensions and improvements during 1015. The following motion was passed in answer to a request irym ihe board oi trade thai tht council appoint one or two members on the municipal and civic improvement committee o! the board I "That tfae board of trade be Koga, c-anle, Hogs, 57.15: cntMe, ?7.ia. Chicago: ffcgs, cattle, LOCAL TRACK PRICES No. 1 Northern.......... i; No. 2 Northern.......... r No. 2 Northern ir. A. R. W. prices the same. Pats Capture Trench With a farmers. There are over 60 cars of I srtiiu fi wailing Msdbury Lecture Worth While Dr. MctlQuiy sustained liis repuia- Sons of England Notice The S.G.i-j. TE.R. degree meet tomor- row evening jit 5 o'clock sbiirji in the S.O.TC. hall. All members arc request- ed to attend. Mowers Committed n. 1. Mowers, formerly station eiu at Kipp, was on Saturdny com- mittei] for trial on charges of defraud- ing U'e Canadian Pacific Railway. More Oil Men Go South O. Devenisli, president of tlie. Un- ited Oils, Ltd., and 11. Jewell. ;i geologist, went south to Foremost I his morning to visit the United Nu. Obituary On Suuday, Fcbnmry US, ihe death occurred of U'lllinm George, aged Hires infant son ol .Mr. and S. J. Hopkins of Flaidievilie. The fuucrnl was held from tlie residence at '2 o'clock this afternoon. GERMAN CORPS JS DEMORALIZED as a Jecmrer in his lecture QD Suddenness of Attack Given as Ex- plaining Russian Victory Petrograd, .March Ger- man says the Russian of- ficial news agency, been captur- rlie most of LiKMusc-Jved. and Ilioj-jcd on the roads toward Grodno. They ouib'iy appreciated by' the i belong to the newly-formed 40th Ger- who, as Ker. G. Cobbledick andiJ71an army corps- They are unanimous Rev. D. ness statud, in moving the in affirmin? that all their corps sus- "The 'world we live in, or Placing Out- j nt the Chrisiian church on Fri- day evening. !t an exceptionally trong appeal to the niiOicncc LO oi.ifce thanks oi these presenr, would noi former some oi the fresh and striking illustrations used. Rev. J. B. Pickle, pastor1 of thu church, presided. j. -f I ''The Quaker Gfrl" Seats on Sale VjrCaL JJaSll! Owing to the demand fcr seats for "The Quaker which is book- ed ro appear at the Majestic Theatre London, March. following re- on .Monday and Tuesday next, the plan pert from the headquarters of Si open ai the Medley Drug Co. to ipimeu that the council John French, commander of the Bri- j morrow morning Mau- it advisable that one o iained very grave losses, in spite of ihe success of the Germans in ihe Angustowo fon, their ranks having been greatly demoralized. "According in the captives, the large number cf prisoners taken by the Russians in the occupation of the Moghely farm was due to ihe sudden- ness of the Russian attack and the lack of experienced Germaff officers." Ticket 453 Gets Dressing Table The litfder of ticket Xo. in'.t is th winner of the dressing table of- ered to Customers by the Standard Furniture Co. at their February sale. A representative of the Herald made [he dran'Iog yesterday morning. Had No License J. Per vis, charged with soliciting orders for clothing, without a license, appeared before Magistrate Elton this morning and was warned to either take out a license or busl ness. Few Horses Offered R. F. Sevan and Dr. C. 1C. Geary, reLerinary, are examining and pur- chasing horses for the Canadian artil- Jery in loivn today. Very animnis were offered, ilr. Bevan'says Uiat there is a mistalcen idea among- the fanners that the government is not paying what horses are actually worth. A farmer with a biy heavy liorse, upon seeing small animals ac- cepted and paid for at the rate of irum ?100 tc S12S a head, leave without of- fering their stock, because they think the prices are too low. The govern- 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 entertainrnent last week- (t (s being presented again in the interests of The Travellers' Aid and Baby Belgian Fund to which furids the entire proceeds will be given. TICKETS 25 CENTS. Fcrnie, March tliird conLingeut. oi Fernic volunteers, thirty strong, Jnit by the morning press for VicLoiia Sunday. Colonel i WcKay hail charge of the men and they" were escorted to Ihe station hj A am! H companies of the 107th regi- ment, the I'crnic-Coal Creek band, the buglo liaiul and the hoy scouts in uniform. A thousand people were at Llic sla- iSkafiiig; Tonight Auditorium Rink Band Wednesday Having made new arrangements for lease we wiM be open as long as the ice lasts........, in en t is paying just That an animal is tion to hid the hoys farewell, giving worth. If llje Ijorse is particularly Ihem rousing uhceus as they pnllud heavy, it is paid for accordingly. In away for Cranbrook, where thny will Jfacfeod yesterday, Mr. Bewail pur-1 Ire joined by men. Tn all, chased a team for artillery work ai] there are Lfll) men in the contingent, SlOO, nnd has paid as high as It some coming frotn Golden and C res- is that buying for the third ion. contingent will begin in about two Several men have been enrolled here lor ihe mounted contingent totinint; at Xev. Weslminfster, and will -he scnl in a few days. Oven thirty applicants were refused hy Major .iiiestion have presunted to the c0rSCn ior the contingent which leu Men's Own from Linm to time, but ths J today- address cf Hev. Hugh Dobson of He- Sunday afternoon uuon "Drink Willis and Dell Versatile Entertainer! weelts. The Men's O Various phases oi" the prohibition son' Ibat mailers of that might come iruni said comm: communique, bave Ijeen checked. Dur. inlinB the lasl iliree'nislits patrols which IILLVC 1.U V-.a.-c- Hnrin c___i _, Aid, Relief, Gait Hospital, Agricultu- Society, etc. ed in blowing up the trench. "On our right, ntar w gained ground steadily by skiifui trench york, and in this zone ob- tained complete maEtery over the ene- my, and consequently casualties were greatly reduced. "On several positions along our from our arti'ilery forced rue enemy's bat- teries to change poEll-nn. and increas- ed our hold over their and it was only afior considerable boosting Jiad been done for Lethbridge that the company was persuaded to in- clude this ciiy in its route. Girls to Have Use of the "Y" Ai a recent meeting OL the Board of Director.1; of the Y.M.C.A., the question of ilie yawg ladies and girJs of the city using the gymnasium and sivim- miug pool was brought up. After due consideration the Board sanctioned the use o[ the above privileges by the young ladies for one evening in tho week, Wednesday, from S till 10 c'- ctock ,The swimming will be in charge of an expert woman i'-T, supervised a tommfttee of ATTEMPT TO KILL ENVER PASHA Paris, 'March Temps prints a dispatch saying- that news has been I it. it rjrjnnu to extend its in- there from Constantinople fluence ilirmiph as manv channels that .an unsuccessful attempt was are. available.' 11 pit-uses' the Y M C A made yesterday to assassinate Envtr i tberyiore, Uiat Dm of Die biii'liilne Pasha, Turkish minister of wnr, and tjy rhe yoiine ladies is to talte ladies from the Women's Civic The eymnasium classes will be under the guidance of .lainea Thompson, phy- sical director of UIR y.M.C.A. The Vming .Men's L'hriaLJan associa- tion lias iitnnttled this feature, he- eaiiBe it Is desirous cf being of benefit to an many people as possible. .Many of the young men linvo left toivn, and an the "V represents a large invest- ment and demands revenue to sustain iul to extend its in- Talaat Bey, of the Interior. The 'attempt on the life of Talaat Bey was reported Irom Sofin on Feb- ruary 26. He was fired at by a man n the sired, but-was uninjured. Let all the mtmherH of the tion nctc that Wednesday night from S till 10 o'clock, the gymnasium and pool will he given over to the voung lad- les. We expect your co Makes Stubborn Coughs Vanish in a Hurry Ir some one in your family has an obaimatu or a bud. throel or cheat cold that hus been on and ror'usca to yield to treatment; get from nny ftore ounces of Pines and niake ito ounces--U; cough avrup, ond wa that _________ the 2'J OUIICPB Pinp.x worth) into hott'o and ____________......__.iJ filitlie hpttlr, with plain synip. 'J'lic tnlai tost is aliont 54 centa, ami givea you 1G family a, 111036 effective n-.nnnlv, at a aavinp of A day's U5e will usually overcome a severe coueii. Kasily prepared in 5 directions with Pinex. Keeps perfectly arid lias, a pleaaant Children like it. It's really renuirkahlc how promntry nnd easily it loosens the dry, hoarac or Lifrht cough and Iicals the. inflamed niom- jranr-3 in a paiuful cough. H alno atopa the formation of phJcgin in tlie tltroat and bronchial tlnin ending the pcr- siatcnt loose coujfli, A remedy for broncliilia. winter coiiphs, broncliial isthnia (tnfl ivjiooprnjc cough. J'inex is a Rpccial and highly conccn- .ratcd of fccnurne Aorway pine nd its relation to Industry and Eco- could possibly not be exceed- ed as a sound, rock-bottom and logical exposition. H was an examination an or showing of prejudice against the liijuor business [as an Institution, and a statement of solid and hard facts concerning tlie consumption of Intoxicants and its consequent disastrous effects upon the world of industrial economics. The prohibitory law of Russia against the traffic, its beneficial result upon the moral, physical and financial condition of the Russian people as a sequence, constituted a striking pointer, illus- trated by Air. Dobson in IUB niaintnin- ence that intoxicating drink habits were detrimental to the best interests of industry and economics. A repro- duction of a poster in circulation throughout Great Britain, with the sig- natures of physicians to King George attached, advocating abstinence froui liquor Indulgence, was read by 'the sneaker in support that medical sci- ence had decided against the utility and necessity of Intoxicant indulgence. .Mr. flJIJ'Jer, now a popular soloist of the Men's Own, made an appropriate and weJMfmcd hit by his stilecLiim smt] exquisite rendering of that well-kiicivn song, "The Handwriting upon the CALGARY LOSES OUT AS REMOUNT CENTRE Brandon, 'Man., 31 arch has been made the centre for remount purchases and mobilization for the en- tire ivesl, ami the officers ue moved here from Calgary end of the present week. a. wealth of goodness in every Salaria package. The. alnmtit1- um covering seals tighl, and parfett- ly preserves the natural charm of the fresh young leaves. 'lilly' Sunday The Man and His Message William T. Ellis, .LL.1X This Thrilling Book on the life and work of America's great Evangelist Is just the preis, and is being handled by C. B. McKinnon, of this city. He will be around in a day or two. Reserve your order for him. of fc ixtrnct, rich in muiiacol, to tlie membranes. hicli IB so hcal- Avoid disappointment by. asking Tour dniggist for ounces of and ;Io nnt accept anything else. A puaraTiteu of. arjtiolute Baiisfaction goe.a nrepariition or money promptly red Tnn 1'iflcx. TptOMO, Ont-' funded. BUSINESS LOCALS Electrical Attention The regular meeting1 ot Electrical Workers will be held at tlie usual meeting place tomorrow (Wed.] night. Refreshments. Invitations for the A. 0. I'1, dunce on Thursday may be had from 13. K. Hooker or.A- Arnold: members and companions" need no invitations. THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE SIR EDMUND WALKER, C.V.O.. I.L.D.. D.C.L., Prtmifcnt ALEXANDER LAIRD, General Manager JOHN AIRD. Ass't Gennral IliBlgM V. C. BROWN. Superintendent of Central Western CAPITAL RESERVE FUND, SAVINGS BANK ACCOUNTS Interest rl current rate is allowed on all deposits of and upwards. Careful attention is given to every account. Small arc welcomed. Accounts may be opened and operated by mail, accounts may be opened in the names of two or more persons, with- drawals to be made by any one of them or bv the survivor. Lethbridge Branch--R. T. Brymner, Mgr. ;