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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - March 3, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta ?REE BUS TO ALL TRAINS. Best .1 Day Hotel in Liberia. LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD I Your W'iilcli TQ the LeaUInn Jewelers ARMSTRONG AND RAWORTH BROS. First Aid To Better Bread Brands: Pride of Alberta Mother's Favorite We have a Car of Extra Choice Apples to Arrive Tomorrow or Nest Day (i'iO discs pniu'ijwlly of Ronuui Bounties, York huper- ial and iVcnvlon Pippins ;i nssorted varieties. Tlicso npplcs arc exceptionally liiu1 shirk and lliev will ploaso. you. Fur die present die price wr r.iise will New Laid lisjjys iochiy's prk-e per Hm'si Ontario per Office: Phone 1271 THE GOOD CO. HIGH CLASS GROCERIES Phwie 525 WEATHER AUCTIox SALE LETHBRIDGE FEED SALE STABLES Saturday. 31ai-di (JtU 'At O nc O'clock 20 Head of Wares and Geldings Wagons, Buggies and Harness. J. A. Smith W. J. Ootfdi. Auctioneer Manager or pbone A Christian college-home, healthful situation. R. I. Warner. M A D J> St Thomis, Ont- _ 63 M.mUoba and Sas- ami imHieuuul} cold on Thursday. lui'av and on Thurs- ,-il.iy, v.itli ;i Huh- higher temperature. Berl'n. via London, March 3, 5.30 of the Russian forts at Ossowctz in Russian Po- land, have been demolished, and their guns silenced, according to a dispatch reaching here today. MARKETS CITY AND DISTRICT Persons! Mention Corporal A. P, White of the R.N- 01 rim-lndn. is in the city. II. A, Slnnott, ex-mayor Calgary, in in the city, booking alter his inter- ests here. J WEDNESDAY'S GRAIN PRICES Winnipeg, March Opening and closing prices on tlie gram yxchaimes today ivere Open Close May i_4Ki 1 451 July l.-15i l.-H-i Oct. 1.13 U4J. CASH PRICES Lethbridge Lodge No. 39 to Meet An emergent mealing of Leihbridge Lodge. .No. 3S, A.P. A.31.. be j held roniojToiv (Thursday] night at S j o'clock ia ihe Masonic ball. Degreesj fi. will tie conferred, and a hearty v.el- come will be ex tended to -visiting brethren. Premium Grocery in New Location Uarnard Tickuer, owners of ilie Premium Grocery, have closed iheir store on Eleventh street, and have into the brick store at the corn- er of Thirteenth street and" Second avenue. Mr. Tickrter lias mored his j stock from [he Weatmiiisier store into tlie same building. Protect and Preserve Your Teeth Flo you know jus' w'Kit kind of a tooth brush i? best adapted to your needs? Imndlt? ill? bettor grades of brushes arc ailapievt to individual requirements a a to sivf. shape. qualify of liristle, L'U1. They are Tooth Brushes itnit suit the user anil ivhich sii vp teeth. The belicr prudes of these brushes arc guaranteed. Your teeth aro precious protect ili em. The Red Cross Drug Book Co., Limited Phone 555 Third Ave, S. THE BULLETIN BOARD Notices for this Column should reach this Office before 12 o'clock noon on the day of publication No. 3 Nor. .Vo. H C. o. I X. U'. C. CHICAGO Uav 1.17.'. JJINXEAPOLJS 1.371 1.331 MM "Having served his own Eeceration g by the mil oi God he fell on sleep." I ________________ This passase from Acts was LOCAL MARKETS chosen br Kev. A. H. Denoon as ai irom -nhich to discourse Xo 1 Nortlieri! 1.38; 1.34', 1.1! Nevy Clock Soon j Work on tbe installation of the oifice clock commenced afternoon.. Upon opening tbe case In which the j cJock was snipped from England li was round that all the glass parts were broken, but new ones ordered and the clock will soon be in j commission. There will be four sev-' eii-fooi dials of cast iron. HIGINBOTHAM'S ENGLISH A3LMON1ATED TINCTURE QUIXINE A teaspoonful of tins Old Fashioned, preparation laken three or four ifmes a day will make there dull.days bright. Tonic and Stimutant 25c Per Bottle on the life and works of Hober! Ches- nev llcCIurc, who finished liis course on" earth last Saturday, and who was laid to rest Yesterday, The services at the late residence, Hud at roe cemetery, were most im- pressive. H is needless to say that me iuneral was attended. Dr. McClure had the pleasant oi making friends uhererer be went, and his circlf here a miring one. large and. ad- -No. t Xorthern Xo. 3 Noiibcrn................... A. R. W. prices same. U'agon Xo. I Xorthern................. .No. J Xitribern A Northern A. R. prices same. 1.23 Flour Mill Workers Meeting The regular meeting of the Flour and C'erea', Mill Emplcyees' Union, Local Xc. wi'ri be held in the La- ibor hall on r.c-i. at S o'clock prompt. .Matters! vfc ;of great importance will come up for I__ [liscuEsiou, and i; is expected that all! members can possibly attend should uuke it their business lo do so. i Dees Transient Traders Bylaw Apply? I Considerable agitation has Ucvclop- j ed in UIL- city over the bankrupt sale of tlie stock of the Bcntler companj- Higinbottiam S Go. ltd The Store TELEPHONE NO. 322 ShekinRh Chapter, R.A.M., officers meet for iuslructicii tonight, S ill Masonic Imil. M.K.M. degree. Mem- Uers will be heartily welcomed. The inner part, of the ivJicnt berry ground, boiled and dressed by the most modern machinery under the Cfii-cful vigilance of most competent millers. I OIL III WATER STILL FLOWING FROM BOATING FAV- ORITE SPORT PRETTY! TURN GRAY HAIR DARK LIVESTOCK PRICES YESTERDAY'by the Hri Mill-Canadian Trust com- S6.75 cat.tle. S6.5II. Look young! Nobody can tell if you use Grandmother's simple recipe of Sage Tea and Sulphur. Rev. Canon McMillen assisted in tbe S7 30 Jvfontrpal Hogs, everyone 'knows that Sage service br leading tlie Scripture, and, J. B. Francis by oHenng pray-j E lit. anii Mrs. E. F. Lav ton led in the Binpng, aud two oi Dr. McCluiE's favorites were rendered irith ieeling and cfieci. "By Cool Siloam's Shadr Rill, had been suni; by the deceased during Ms last and "-as again sung over his remains. "Jesus Saviour, Pilot was the oTher lavorile. The service at the cemetery was in charge of ilie Masons, and ivas most touching and impressive. The pall-teaicrs were Messrs. station! iany One merchant approached the! cattle inavor ilils morning with a rcuucstii- to Hojs, He, S7.00 to fi.15. SnM SUPE .March 2. Major Sam Ontario, was found that the trust company tame within Lhc bounds of the bylmv ihe licence of he collected. "May- ur took- Die matter up (vitnj'V Cjlr Solicitor Rail, ;s c.ri-j to deisrminc whether the bylaw ivjll hold water. i io the hair wlien faded, streaked or sray; also ends dandruff, i Idling scalp and stops falling hair. ago the only way Lo get thi re was 10 make it at home, which Is massy and (rau-blfisome. .Nowadays, by asking- at any drug store for "Wyeih's Sage and Sulphur you will get a large boL- ile of this famous old recipe for about rtQCCfl untano, js proposing that sieps be taken to reform the cents. Don't stay gray! Foremost, .March progress Is being made by the North- ivest Driilers on ihe United Oils Co.'s well In Kipp Cculee, Ihe drill noiv be- past 1250 feet ini.o tlie earlh. The water from the flowing well has been j sliui off, with the exception of a two-. neb stream, which is being used ny ihe dril'lers. A new and more power-j jjl gasoline engine lias been installed I .0 supply "electricity for lighting pur- poses, and to operate the wireless out- j It. Oue of the wireless towers was ilown down during a .severe ivjnd- storm last week, but was quickly re- placed. Asle Lynes cf Altoradb suffered a palnfu'J accident last week, Rhicli IMS confined liim to his bed since. V.'liile unloading hay from a carT the Inside I door, 'which is hooked up to the ceil ing when not in use, fell down just as .Mr. Lynes was bending over a baly of hay, alriklDs him in the centre ot" the buck. He took' tbe count all rieht, and was, removed to liis home, where he Is now recuperating. Merchant J. G. Robertson ia spend- ing the week -among the wholesalers in Calgary, lining up a stock for the spring trade. Foremost entertained a represent- ative cr.the W- J. Burns Detective as- sociation last week. He did not slate bis business. The follies of snow boating were forcibly demonstrated to Manager A. Cruiksbank ot the Union bank one night 'last week. While enjoying a cruise with Skipper L. Grady among the banks south of ihe town, the Ang- lican church was sighted in the offing, so close that when tbe helm was thrown hard over the tioom swung round, sweeping Mr. Cruilcsbank form his percb on tbe main deck into tbe breakers below. A convenient spike caught in his clothes, nearly making of Lbe genial banker a living "September Morn." The boat then turned turtle, and the sailors decided to complete tbe evening by indulging I In the milder sport of checkers. j Numerous gophers have made their appearance already. A be spread for them as municipal strychnine .arrives. Sleeping quarters for man b- th __ of tbepool hall, are making themselves solid with'the farmers by furnishing You Have Inother Ctiance 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 last week. It is being presented again in the interests of The Travellers' Aid urn! Baby Belgian Fund to which funds the entire proceeds will be given. TICKETS 25 CENTS. Commissioner Territorfal Corrtmander of Sal- vation Army IrT Canada. Accompanied by Lieut-Colonels TURNER ant) HARGRAVE st Knox Church Mon. Mar, 8, at 8 His Worship Mayor Hardie Will preside Supported by City .Commission- era, .Ministers sinOf Leading Citizens Don't Miss this Opportunity of hearing one of the Army's mast eloquent speakers big feed wii'i) soon as rlie i Gimmissioncr Richardc TO" it! beast have bt-en overtaxed here the rusli ler seed grain started, and I I Messrs Howe Salmon, proprietors i-IUi II I MINI van possibly tell that you darkened your hair, as-it does it so and evenly. You dampen ;i sponge or SOIL brush it and draw this (through your hair, taking one small at a time; by morning the gray liair (iisappears, and after another ap- WILL GO WITH ARMY MEDICAL or two, your hair becomes bunk room for all who can in. No one coal famine has been threatening LEA- GUE IN SOUTH TOWN {ibeautifuHy "thick and Sold by J. D. Hfglnbotham place tbis man anuiiig men held the bcarls of 11 host of friends, and their beaut] is hi-yond description. If YOU arc having trouble wiUi your inconlin- eticc or CTipprcssioa-of urine or paia in the Stone in the take Gin Ihey At dtalera everywhere. j glossy. i Co., makes the, _________ senate: independent of the people and! March 3. _ Dr. J. the is ready at any led to com "Therefore, be it rcsohrcil thai formally sign up with liiilUn in" Hir .s-'nuLc I'anaf] ms Hie recess to consider am purl upon a plan for tlic refoi Uic srnalc as HOW .coujililnifd si'7'vjcr. Tlif doctor is v Toiui call rt'CcnUy uatuc from HardicvlUc Burns Club A meeting of the above club was held on Monday, March 1, in Hardie- Piibffc IiaJl, when it' was decid- eucu the enrollment of new The following office-bear- 's and committeemen were appoint- J: J- Sfevenscn, president: Fife, .7. WhJleflelrl, secre tbar. ibey wanted ;lary; F. Wright. commlttce- ujlunl'-era for the husc hospital which men, D. McDonald, D. Coutta and A. was hfinu fitted out, he volunteered Muir. iinn.etliately. U'tiilc nothing FLEETWOOD HONOR ROLL to The honor punlJa cf Gmrlea VII and VIII.. neeU-nod school, for Fcbruarv iollowa: 0. Smyih, iii; Per ocnt.: K. Kunsi Allen, H5: CJ K Robertson, 53; !J. .UcMfHen. V y. Ben ton, 57- Heu- lerson. C. K. Brando w, teacher. A BERIMHARDT RECOVERING 'jordwiu.v, via Paris, March who Is recov- ering in a local hospital from a re- cent" opnratlnn, passedfa q-ilel night. yrl, iluctor i: (jij; preparatory his in the ranks. A nranch n[ tbe Alberta Temper-j and .Voral liefonn League was her.- lasi Tbiirsdnv evening' iisitl an active c.mipaien was iisaupir-1 in liuoi1 Di piohibition. A live' set of unicnrs were elected, :-nil' IhinilS rt.'.sv fnr a temper-! anre vote in Kaymoml ncxl -July. To Cure a Cold in One Day DIlOMO QUI.VI.N Tablela. Drnggist.c rerunr! money It falls to cure- K. GROVE'S nature is on each box. 25c. Foremost for the three weeks, and people are wondering wiio to blame. The coal mine has nev- Hinl'on, Va., March plosion the mine of other mine, each employing 80 men, all oi whom are believed, to have been in Llic pits n'liL'ii the explosion oc- curred. j Kcscuc parties were at once organ- lizcd, anil LIic Tans were sr.t going Jwifliia iuinnto.1) after tlic explosion, but- ;tL 10-LiU o'clock none of the niiiv- i had hccn hrought up. been finite able to supply the de- mand, but we fall to see. 'why a. few cars could, not be secured from Leth- dillpd t'oal comnany, three miles JNctv [iivcL and I'otahonta.s Consoli- brldge or even in lliree TluirmotiU, W. Va., al; 8.30 o'clock-. For players there has been invented a heavy leather mask that encloses the face and ex- loday. The minp, connects with an- tends some distance behind tlio ears. BAND TONIGHT Auditorium Rink LAST NIGHT OF SKATfNGI OWING TO POOR SUPPORT OF RINK WE HAVE DECIDED TO CLOSE FOR THIS SEASON Pir.chcr Creek, Maicli S. Mit- chell, Dr. HIcEu-en and S. Mills ircrej the purchasing oflicers fit the remount J -sale held here on Saturday last. Out of about T.3fi horses put up for 31 were sold, (lie price paid bp- nig an average of for artillery, j and for infantry use. The offir- [crs expressed gratification in the out- Icome of the day's work, and also i regret that some of the splendid ,horses shown wore not in the .class required, Several were turned down account of their poor condilion, j whicli will probably be overcome by time of thn next sale to he held here. A combination truck" and JacJt lias been patented to enable one man lo lift a. heavy barrel and support it while Its contents are being with- drawn. NOTICE That Barnaul Tiekucr. llth St. SoiHIi, liiivc removed l.o 204 131 h Sired Opposite, the EJlison Mills. Phone 364. Your Undo solicited, lobby's I'cars 2 for Orders will have prompt attention. Prjfina RlRht and Quality Guaranteed fl flrt Lihhy'a 3 pounds lor pounds for No. 1 Creamr.ry liul.tor 2 pounds Tor No. 2 Crcmnery HulLcr Per Pouml Wagstaffc's -Iamb, 4 IDS f'er Fall LIbliy's 2 for 45c 75c 36e 7Sc 35c 35c 20 pounds for Krinltle Com I-1 fur (JoodivNlic'fi ESC Coodivlllio'a Greenff.igcs Per .lar ;