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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - March 5, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta FREE BUS TO ALL TRAINS. llotfl Windsor Best S1.25 a Dny Hotel In Albert.-.. DAILY HERALD Miii! Your YValdi To the Loading Jewelers ARMSTRONG AND RAWORTH BROS. K First Aid To Better Bread "TAYLOR MADE" Brands: Pride of Alberta and Mothers Favorite Kxlra Fine Lot of Apples is AH Sor.i Cnr Have -Just Unlo I Solid, KirjM OIiiss in ['net better Hum yon would ex wet io at iliis lime of (lie in-; in tin- i'1. ihi> havi1 boon Order a box todny 1C you want sat- Atip'tV. Beauty, York Imperial, Ncwtgn Pippin. iVcrihcrn Spy. Willow Twiij and Mann ................51.65 Kavfl Fine, Fresh Lot jusi in; .me) 'J fur ....35c '.ai'siiT Mr i1. lor ................'ISc Flgrida Grape Fruit Largo size, each lOc Bitter Another Hhlpmunt to arrive Louost imii'tol Fresh Bananas and Leaf Lettuce In daily. iYlagrath Fresh Made Creamery Butter A t rives per pound 40c foi- ................55c New Laid in daily, per dozen-----35c J.HV dui'-i-u ..............25c Ontario sack TemkM1, por ptKiml........lOc Corn. Peas and tin'..............10c Head fur ........................25c tins, for ................25c Grscn bimelu-> -or ..............25c St. Ch.irles tin ...................10c hum-bos for ......___ .25c Ivory bnrs for ......................25c Office: Phone 1271 THE GOOD CO. HIGH-CLASS GROCERIES Phone 525 WEATHER 32 21 2-1 32 3-1 2S At CTION SALF. LETHBRIDGE FEED A SALE STABLES Saturday, Mart-li iitli At O ne O'clock 20 Head of Mares and Geldings Wagons, Buggies and Harness. J. A. Smith W. J. Dodds.1 Auctioneer Manaoer nie ur plione Io52 MARKETS Prince AlliiT1.. iMoudv Jlcilicirj'llal, i-iriir Muose i-U-Liu dear The cr the vrcsl has been gciH'tatlv ami initrl KORKi'AST Vianiioba Mosily lair and moderately i-ohl, but light local snow. VMul stationary or a litlie Iriglier temper.i- i lure. FRIDAY'S .GRAIN PRICES JUrcli. J dosing prices ou rfae irrain today v.'ere iu.s anil Open Close 1.3S 1.3SJ LOCAL MARK Trade prices: Nc. 1 Northern...... J Xorcherc....... .No. C Northern...... A. H. W. prices samii. prices: No. 1 Northern No. -2 Northern...... No. o Northern...... A, H. prices 5amc. -I Oct. i ..11 CITY AND DISTRICT Bank Managers Change A. R Kill? for the past three years manager 01" the Grassy Lake 01 tlie Tnion Baiilv. lias been transferred ro Consort. Alta. lie will be succeed- ed by H. E. Sands of tlie branch. ll'. fa I i Jnh l.Gli Masonic Joint Meetinn _ A joint meeting of Leilibridge Loriire No. 311. Nonli Star No. 4 and ''L; Charity No. will be held on .Mon- day. March S. in ihe Masonic Hall. All hrctorea are requested to be present. US 116 111 L'ASII PRICES Wheat- :N0. i Nor. j xo. 2 3 Nor................... 2 C. IV...... 1 N. C... j Auditors' Report Soon .Mayor Ilaraie, ccmniisEipuer of. Fi- i this morninc wiih Messrs. Gi'o5cn and Patierson. of tbe CHICAGO iirin or Henderson Co.. tlie city's ifay I.3C auditors, regarding the report for the July 1.11 A- year 1914, Trtiich will be ready io sub- Sept.......................... 1.03'. n-.ii lo the council iu a few days. Oth- ni TC crs nreseui at the conference were I Ml-NNh-APOLIS Messrs. J'.-rncch cf flie of -ya-r 1-331 Traile, City Treasurer Farris and Cilj i 1.28-i Clerk Slet'ens. 'Sept.....'.... 1.06 1.3 GI 1 31- 1.31; l.CJ j J.38 1.127 1.04-i 1.32 1.385 1.05J Sow THE SEEDS UNEQUALLED PURITY AND HIGH GERMINATION STEEIE.BRIGGS SEEDS THY INSURE BOUNTIFUL HEALTHY CROPS FROM AU. CLASSES OF SOL On SY "CANADA'S GREATEST SEED HOUSE "Bill" Harris Enlists II. ''Bill" Harris ui tlie C. B. Bowniiill uaeiiey lias joined [lie Regiment in Calgary, and eniercd i on a six weeks' iraiuing course, after" T.-liich he nil! tulist as a regular. Tbe IGiird is on a peace looting. Not SerioJS Tbe iire Wednesday not a fire at all. The call was sent from the Auditorium rink, but there was no sign of a llame there, EC the engines went over to "the creamery, near which a.small bout'ire was liurn- This they extinguished in a few moments. Sunday, Y.M.C.A. Day "The the second of Rev. Ccbblcdick's series on .Modern men in Bible, will be given next Sunday evening. "The Unfit .Man and the Fit" will be the subject, und in accord with the Y..M.C.A. day, which observed all over the Xorth American coniineni next Sunday. Accidentally Shot Roy Mcl.anghlin, manager of the Maunsell ranch, is a patient in tlie Grassy Lake Hospital, suffering from -i bullet wound in the shoulder, SEE ADYERTISEMEXT On Page 7 FOR OUR SATURDAY SPECIALS The Red Cross Drug Book Co., Ltd. CITY AND WSTBICT Musicians Meet Sunday The Musicians' Union will meet Sunday in the Labor Temple at 3 p.m. Wesley Anniversary Tlie fii'ft. anniversary services of the new church -will ue conducted on Sunday. Murch 1-t, when Rev. Dr Iverby of Calgary ivill be the prencber I'or the clay. The anniversary supper and entertainment, will be tlie following- evening- These services ivill be anticipated with much inter- est. Oil of Eucalyptus Invaliindle in Cdilrt- I'en's Colds mid, Coiigiis May be sprinklsd on pilfows and gauie and thus administer- ed without offensa to. .or know- ledge of the child.' We have a select quality in one ounce bot- tles nt 25 Cents. J.D. The Store TELEPHONE NO- 322 H. T. Higinhotham Gets Commission Harold T. Hlginboilmm. son of ilr. J. D. Lligiubothiiiii of this city, IIILS been siven tlie jirovisiona] ap- Iiointincnt as lieutenant in ihe ;iOLh (Wellington) Battalion of Guelpli, Ont. Harold recently finished Iiis course in Eirchitecture :it the University of To- ronto, and is now in training for a" commission in-London, Out. j MEM MAPLE IKK That irrigation is destined lo be one of the most important fucUirs in lljc' Saskatchpwan i.s indicated by the lac t. that in the south- portion of thill province, WIND-UP SALE CROCKERY AND GLASS AT YOUR OWiV PRICES. KJCASOXABLE OFFER REFUSED. Friday and Saturday Kirkham's Old Stand Sixth .Street (Just Aortli of Heraltl in the vicinity of illaple Creek, tiierc j ;are no leas thtin small irrigniion t Personal Mention L. L.'s suiierintcndont oE ibe ilono at the ranch on Tuesday, liejoas Co.'s telephone system, js in tlic dropped a. nlle ne was handling and j oily from Xanion. D. Ryn. who is connected with the Gas Co. at Tabcr, is a visitor in town. George C. Miller, S." E. Henderson, J. .A. Rcss and are visitors in the city from Taber. R C. Raymoud and J. T. Hcn-nger of tn-o.of Southern the bullet went through siioulQer when the shell exploded. Skating at Auditorium .he weather for the nasl few days has been threatening, Llie ice 5s in condition, and the Auditorium rinlc viil bo open again tonight, with hand of eight nirzes in attend- i sheeprantliBra, are ance. Special arrangements were made Saturday is the day To Buy Hardware The response, lo our "BUY AT COST" un- uoii iicement during tlie I'cw weeks; has bfien suclj tfiai Ave liave deuided to coiuinuo feature JoACH SATURDAY umil April Jolli. Eaeli we ivill sell anything in tile si-ore At Cost! Everyting marked iu jjlain figures. You van-see '.rliai are saving. Get ware necessities ou .Saturday. C W. Gray Fifth Street No Phone Alberta's largest in the city today. R. B. Owen's, provincial sentry on- by'the'band" ,iri tlie inspect- vhicb is responsible for Hie-rink be- ing the iOCai disposaf ng open tonight. This will HUely be he last night this year, and the op- poriuulty should uol be overlooked, Exterminate the Gopher War on ihe gophers has been com- menced. The .little Trench-diggers are doomed. ''Exterminate ihe go- Is tho decree issued liy the .Rural 'Municipiifky of Kureka. and j the means lo ihaL end 'will be supplied grails 'o (.lie farmers in v.hosp, int'er- v.ur jas been declared on the rles-1 j tractive i.idents. The council of this Jenterpt'Jsing- municipality lias decided j ID imrchasK ?200 v.'ortb of ick." and the poison "biuftd free to every fanner in Hit; mun- one 5J.J3 package lo nech rjuancr -setlion. Acquitted c" Burg'ary Charge l-'recl KvansehiMf jniorniiiG by ihe man in iron! o( the .Mike v. erf: i; Judgo .lacltKon ou 'charnes ol brt-uUinK anil onlerlng wlih uii indJctafilf uifence, iilie shad: n! II. Johnson of Turin. ii, left sliauk on January 5. n-turn ing a week or go later. When he rctiirncd ho that the shack bad beau broken into and a number of anicles sto'icn, He endeavored Lo MX Hit blame on thu itcrec men through 3 sleigh track in ihe snow, which, from a pc- [culiar mark, be to be thulr's. He [procured a search marram, ami found r.rrtain ariltles wli'ir-h he yald were in tbt- accused's sbacks. G. K. O. j Rice, who anptarfed for iht deience, s-'ijcwed. however, Ills clients'were llie rightful Do.-KPP.sors of llu; urticlft? and Ihe case aaaiiinl ibem dla DALLAS FARM PROPERTY OF ECKSTORM ESTATE FOR EKNT Farm consists oi HO acres; dituaied "i miles ICast 'ot Lfcth- bndge Host Oflire, and incl'idee ;i i-'-acj'G Tlii'rty iire in Alfalfa oC third Tear Hlandiriy nndsr Tliertj is on thn ]jropeily 7- roonied rlwelliuj; lionse (-'.vu aitarhcd; 0 double hog house liiO fudt lonr, worth a ifO'l foot rnicken lionec, sheds, blahle. house, wilh :nid feed tutter. Buildings liavn every conven- inif.c ami arc- completely equip- ped. This year's crop of alfalfa is worth Kenier has first opoorLunity to UlOtlk, CUllEiatillg Of horses and cows, 500 Leghorn Chickens, 1110 Ducks. This is au idea) dairy farm, APPLY TO Mrs. EdiKtorui CONNAUGHT MANSIONS, Or Write Box 2, Lethbrldge. Auditorium Rink, Market, Feed Barns and Athletic Park alio For Rent. APPLY TO MRS. Fl projects covering an area of about acres. Some years stockmen in the district, concci1 idea of storing the flood water in the creeks Lhat rise-in -the Cypress Hills, in reservoirs, and, securing rights the Dominion Govern- ment, ran ditchings lo parts oi tlicir land to ensure Ihe production of crops of wild, grass. So suc- cessful were their etiorts that othei's since have turned their attention to irrigation, and arc using these small irrigalion systems for the raising of grain and alfalfa. About, t.wo years ago the farmers in this section unit- ed, for the purpose of furHicriiiK tlie development of llic country, in ilic Cypress Hills Water Users' Associa- tion, the second .annual convention of which will be held at Maple Creek on liFarch IfHh. Amongst the prominent speakers expected on that occasion arc E. Drake, Superintendent oi Irrigation, Ottaivn H. Friers, Commissioner of Initiation, Calgari-; J. Bruce Walker, Immigration Com- missioner, Winnipeg G. R. }Iaruocli, President of the Alberta Rural De- velopment League, J. S. Dennis, Assistant to the President oi the C. p. R.; lion.-W H. Mollier- well, of Agricnlturn for Sas- katchewan, and other well known au- thorities on irrnratron and ing. Thft. Wrstcrn Canada Irrigation Association will also he represented, and is lending its active co-operation to the Jlaple Creek organization, i Canadian Casualties Cflpiuin Xorniuii Victor Lpslie, admit- ted to N'o. 14 stationary hospital, .March J, with diotheria. Next of kin, ,f. Leslie, corner Fay and BoJrt s'reete Ottawa. Ont., March 4.-Tha Ont ing casualties nmong the Canadian ex- force were announced lo- nrl Field Divisional Engineers Death: February 10, Driver Norniuu Lawless, in military hospital at Le Mans, from fever. Next of kin, T. Lawless, IS.Tepbuld street, Toronto. Jst III: Admitted lo French hospIlKi al, Ste. F'clJ- rtiary Rubert Arthur Seibert, with I meningitis. Next of kin, Mrs. Rachael J. Seibert, mother, 81 Albert street, Berlin, Ont. No. 2 General Hospital III: AUriTORfUM RINK SATURDAY SPECIAL LETHBRIDGE Case, Two Doz i Quarti One Doz Quarts Case, Two Doz Pints One Dozen Pints Skating Tonight Eight-Piece Band in By the kind permission of Bradihccr [he Band lias taken over the Ilink Toniglit. Prices 25c loc Nyal's Digestive Tonic Tliis reliable preparation has stood the tost of time. It is a well balanced prepara- tion of pure.lDgredients for the Belief of Indigestion, Overcoming Un rest, Sleeplessness, AT e c v- ous Price frank Medley Drug Co. DRUGS AND STATIONERY. Lethbrldge Alberta. 75c. Hudsons Bay Co Wine Department PHONE 613 Commissioner Richards Territorial of Sal- vation Army in Canada. Accompanied by Lteut-Cc-Ioncls TUHNER and MARGRAVE at Knox Church Won. Mar, 8, atSp.m Nn Worship Miyor Mie Will Preside Supporlp'.l by City Commission- ers, Ministers and Leading Don't Miss this Opportunity of, hearing one of the Army's moit eloquent speakers Cimmissioner ;