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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 6, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDAY, MARCH �, THE LETHBRIDGB DAILY HERAv^O PAGE FIVE It means the bakeday smile of perfect satisfaction is mmmimm w//m/m/mmmmm////mm Protect Your Health Boil Your Water and Use Pasteurized Milk The Crystal Dairy PHONE 1 J H Lflll 1 0 Ft n mm J Dl LHi Von KoolbevKcn, in Jail Here, and Follow PloUeis, uvu on New Chaigc Now Moose Jhw, Marcii .'i.-Kiro �iiicli did $50,000 aamri'^c to the l.ii; Cov�lo\i-lron�liU! iiiickiiis; )>l.-.iil oii t^oui'.i VliU, ivaK (liscovorod iiboiil iwu o'cloo!; I)iis inonUng in (lie i::v-i win;: in Di.sleland' with a ctunininy p:' 10 colored )ie(iiIo, ' reminds one ol the Kood old daya.-^pf tin; fouth long a^o. l"or dancing and singing ilie . act litis 11 on anytliinfj \et givtn iierr, and the linal climax' llnds every principal doing his or her own little bit. A cake wnlk done by the two leaders wins hearty appla,use. The Eecond Instalment of the greatest serial, "Graft," will also be alioivn. "the Bread ^Problem is not a problem* in the home where Shredded Wheat is known. 'The whole wheat gra,inii3 the,real staff of life, and ybli'have: it in Shredded .Wheat ^.feiscuijj;, prepared in a � dl^stible- form. It con- . teiina nioi-ie .real - body-building, material than meat or eggs, is more.easily digested, and costs much  less. The food for the 'up-and-coming man; \vho does things with hand_ br brain--for the kid- ' ,dies �t^at- need"'a v/cll-bal- � anced-fbod for study or play -for the housewife who must save herself from kitchen drudgery. Delicious for breakfast or any meal, with milk or cream. Made in Canada, AXRAIEIOI [ (CON'TIMOEIJ FROM FliO.VT FaGK) varlouij-(lepartinents "we're as follows: Munlcipiil expenditure .. .$1S1,107.1.5 'Dobcntuve DxpcndiUire ... IKO.OOO.oo Public schools........... Oo.iiOd.OO Separate" scliools .'.','...... S,",00.0u i.Hoapital .........'...... T.OUO.OO ill 'I'he Royal Welsh .Male Quartette, survivors of tho Lusitanla Disaster. fwlio will appear at the Mixjostlc Theatre on Wednesday night, Rlsca Williams (center of pholograidii will relate the story of their experiences when tUo ' great liner was torpedoed. At the Majestic A musical treat is in store for local theatre goers on Wednesday night, when the Ftoyal .Male Welsh Quartette will make their aiipearance at the Majestic tlieatro. Those slni;ers, natives; of Newport, Soutii Wales, are wonderful e.vpononts of the harmonious music of their native land, anil give an entertainment that Is well worth patronising. They are, by the way, survivors of the Lusitanla disaster, being the only remaining members of the ojlgliial CUvent Choir, which were on the great ship when it met with the terrible catastrophe, rilsca Wllliain.s, a member of the company which will appear here on Wednesday, will relate the story of the sinliing of the Lusitanla, giving his llrst hand impressions ua it occurred to him, and telling of his e.xperiencos when the liner was torpedoed. They will bo here for one night only, and reserved seats are now on sale at Hedloys. A timely attraction to bo shown ai the .Majestic tonight will ho the oOl-cial motion pictures of the Canadian troops in training at Camp Sewell, Manitoba. This will be the first truly all western feature to have ever been shown in this city, for the pictures were taken by western inert. In West-Rrn Canada, and tlie subjects of the films are all western soldiers. They give a remarkable insight into the evolution of the Canadian soldier- from thf raw recruit lo the llnished warrior. Ono sees every phase of soldiering conditlonB, drills, camp life, artillery, trencli work, machine gun work, sports, bayonet practice, and a thousand and one interesting items, The pictures are admitted by military authorities to ho a groat aid to the rocrultlug niovepient, and Bliould bo seen by all citizens' who have the Em litre's interests at heart. Performances will start at 7 ji.m. and will run continuously till 11 p.m. They will be shown tonight and toraorrow niBlit only.  Total............$-ll!!,:o.|-.L-) If, the ftlfJ method of stiiliing the rate' Is .followed seven per cent, will hav^'to he added to allow lor collec-ftion.:and discount charge.s, but If It is .decided: to strike tho run- under the irietlioil. allowed 'by tho charter aiuend-mGnls,-'now before tha legislature, the rate stra' > > : ? > > ? ASH WEDNESDAY SERVICES St. Patrick's-Mass at nine o'clock, nenedlctlon at 7.30. St. Cyprian's-Holy communion at Tin a.m. .Matins and commlnation at 10.30. Prayer meeting at l.'M. Evensong and sermon at S. St. Aiigustin's-Holy communion at 7.30. C'hildren'B service at 4.15. Religious conference nt 8 o'clock in parish hall. St. Mary's-Holy communion at 10.30. Evensong and sermon at 8 o'clock. : * horses, also my high grade .stud, 10 head of catllu, consisting of (1 pure bred roglstoruil short horn Durham Hulls. These Hulls wero selected In Ontario by the Hon. Uuiietm Miirshall, Minister of Agriculture and will he offorud I'oi' salo by him without roservn. Ho will also bo horo In iiersoii lo point out tho ImllB best suited for dual imrposes or thoso best for linet. This Is an opporlunU.y of a llfetlmo whore you have a chance to piifchaso niul bocoino cdiicnlod upon tho bull.s host adapted to your' wants. 1 I'uro bred rcglsternd llolst'eln bull. JO houd good cows in cnlf. I'J bhouts. J5 heiid of yming cuttle. 1,50 (.'hickons. 10 bred sows, Farming Machinery 6 hinders. Ml grain drills, I harrows, H wagons, 2 cultivators, 15 dicks, 5 fanning mills, Olico ISnglno gang, 3 sulky plows, M sots of harnoss. 20,000 bushols of aocd grain, AlaniulK. wheat, llaunor oats, 'i- row harloy, flax. This seed has all bueit cloanod and rooloanod and tostod for gorinlnallon. Samples shown at sale and sold privatoly Start right by sowing good seed. Como early, the ;alB will positively start at 10 a.m. LUNCH IBIORVlilll AT NOON . MON, DUNCAN. MARSHALL WILL DELIVER AN ADDRESS AT THE NOON HOUR. Sale will be helcj In a heated bulldino, If weather l.-s unfavorable For furthnr purtlculars write to K>3,H,; ' W. U WILSON, AuMlpneer JANUARY REPORT OF QALT HOSPITAL Number of patieni;f in hospital ha-;;'nniiig of uiontn............. 51 Admittances during mouth ......105 Tramdenlii admitted during.month JO Toliil ....................... Itifi Number of path'ius rtischargea during the rapnth............- 83 Deaths during the month....... S Number of patients in hospital at end of month ... ,........... 65 Transients dlBcharged during the month -..-....... ............ 10 Total ..... .... ........ ICB Lowaat number during.montli ... 49 Highest number during month ... 65 Daily average during month ---- 53.8 Number of hospital days tor private patients _____.............. 226 Number of hospital days for ward patients, (paying)............1001 Number of- hospital days for ward patlonta (free) .............30B Total number of hospital days for the month..................1562 Number of oporntions under gen-oral nnaasthGsia .V..'..... ... 40 NuiTibor of operntioiis under local or no tii'iaesthesia .. ^,,. ...... 9 Number of'patients t'realod in outdoor ilepurtinont............. 5 Number of dressIngB and Iroat-moiits In outdoor department.. 11 Donations - Two cases orangos- Trustees of llpspltal Ladles' Aid, Flowers, encli week, The Lothbrldge Flower Guild. S. R. Wpotton,  Lttdy Superlutoiidont PO AI SIEITLER BURU Stettler, Alta., March's.-The R. N, W. M, v. barracks caught flro hero (It 7 o'clock this tnornlng-, completely gutting tUo building bef^ore it, was under control. The. causlo , waa .au o.v-ploBlim qi coal gas in', tho furr-ie, and was.so rapid In progress that ..le pbllcb" had ' gre^it' dlfllcitlty In getting out and 'foBu.uIng. a lu'lijonor' who was tletatuedlii the biiUdlng, . Nona of the contents were, saved, . Q'wing to. tho good work of "the local fire brlgftdp .the flames did not ^ot beyond the buildlns- Santos, 'Brazil, March 6.-Tho Spanish steamer Principe De Asturlas, has been sunk by striking a rock. She, went to the 'bottom In live mInutoB. Eighty-six members of the crew and 57 passengers have been brought to Santos. Survivors were brought to Santos by the French vessel VIga. A Spanish steamship is standing by. Many Passengers London. March 6.-Lloyd's dispatch from Santos says that there wero .338 passengers on the Principe Do Astur-las, and 107 members of the crew. The steamer was wrecked Sunday. CITY AND DISTRICT To Represent City At the council meeting this morn-lug, E. A. Cunningham, ex-president ot the Board of Trade, was appointed a delegate to the Good Roads (Congress, which meets this week In Montreal, Mr. Cunningham wired tha city that he would be In Montreal andi would be pleased to act. . | Praise far Pastor At the recant moetlng of the Presbytery of High Blvar. the following: resolution was unanimously adopted In reference to the resignation of Rev. Wm. McNIchoI, M.A., who has accepted a charge in Lothbrldge. "Jn accepting the resignation of Rev. 'Wm. MNcIchoI M.A., pastor of the Presbyterian church in Claresholm, we aa a presbytery feel consiLrained to vlaco on record this expresaloh of our sincere respect and admiration for Mr, McNIehol as an esteemed brother and our hearty appreciation of the high character of his work as a preacher and pastor and our gratitude for his faithful and self-denying services cheerfully given to the good causa In all departments of our work, ' We beg to assure him that on our part tho separation takes' place with the deepest regret and our very best wishes go with him and hlR esteemed family In his new sphere of labor in Loth-bridge." � Commissioner Kreemau is ha-vlng his own time with the street railway Bchedulo, and it Is not unlikely that a change In the present schedule, which was put Into force 12 days ago, will be made shortly. Tho commissioner admits that there is a seriou.-i falling oft in traffico since the change went Into effect. 'Whilo the park line cars have Increased about $25 a day, the North Lethbrldge line has fallen off more than that. In addition there Is a greater operating expense under the new schedule � of .?12 or ?15 daily. This makes a loss of about $25 a day on revenue ati compared with the old schedule. Ot course, this may be partly accounted for by the fact that people ' are not yet "wise" to the schedule, and also that the 39th battery comprising 140 men have left the city. But Commissioner Freeman la not satisfied that the falling off should be so great so he is considering a change. The change to be made will likely result In placing the North Lethbrldge cars on the old schedule, giving a 14-mlnute service. The red line service will be restored, -with one car in the morning and two In the afternoon. The white line will continue to run in the same direction as now. It la not likely the yellow line car -will be resumed. Of course these changes are by no means definite, but were mentioned as a possibility by the commissioner this morning. IILL CI LDREN LI ^ "SYRUP OF FIGS" FOR LIR AND BOWELS GIVE IT WHEN FEVERISH, CROSS. BILIOUS, FOR BAD BREATH OR SOUR STOMACH. Look at the tongue. Mother! If coated, It is a sure sign that your little one's stomach, liver and towels need a gentle, thorough cleansing at once. 'WheQ peeriafa, cross, llatlesB, pale, doesn't qlef p, doesn't e�t or act naturally, or la !�V9ri�ta, stomach sour, breath bad; hu �toia��h-a dren and for grown-ups plainly on the bottle. Beware of couaterfelts sold here. To be sure you get the genuine, ask to see that it Is made by "California Pig Syrup Company." Refuse any other kind with contempL- Advertisement. BULC3ARIANS ATTACK GREEKS TEXAS COUNTY VOTES TO BE DRY Uallinger, Texas, March 4.-Run-noya county voted dry today by a majority of 463, In tho Invgcst vote ever cast in the country on ono question Ballinger'has: 3500 population-. Athens, vi^ Paris, March C-rThe chief of police reports that Bulgarian BOldlors have attacked Greek frontier I guards in the neighborhood of Mncl-I kovo, near the Greek-Serbian frontier. TEUTONIAN SUNK HAVE LOCATED' BROWN Regina, March 4.-Chief Provincial Police .Mahony today received a wire from tlie clilef nt San Antonio, Texas, saying .T. P. Brown, ahBcondlng roadway clet-k, with a ivomnn, said to 'be Mrs. Brown, have been located there and (lending instructions woro being kept in sight. Ho was wired that arrests be made at onco. MADE ROMAN COUNT Three Rivers, Que,, March 4.-Manager P. X. Cloutler, bishop of Throe Rivers, has been created a Roman count, with all Uie privilego.'? thai ac- WHAT MANY CHILDREN LACK A sad ?lght, Indeed. lt.,ij),tp B.ee/so, many ichlldron pa ,ijt}t'. ptVoetB-: iv'ealt,-poevlsh, delicate andi'.^{iJJlngT.ov-iji'Jth spindling little. .!egg;,-.f())^;/arnjS.;t'ah^'i often so cross IhatjJE&iia.iU's'^'fiafl^tt^ nothing with them, all; bedati'so'ffiey' lack vitality Our local '(Jrusglsl's.'J, D, H/sliibotUnni it Co.;, a^k!'tht^ .'pari ents of ovory such oWlfl'itft.try'.BSoJ;. their non-secret cod^liver,ih0Jj'i5iV.�:�mV edy, to overcon^e 8iioJi''.-&m4lUohV'''fit. ccntaiiis no oil or �|p$&Ce<^|ffl?arS!' detlolovis children lovo- to'-tii^b"lU " '' Londou, March 5. - The British steamer Toutonlan has been sunk, according to Lloyds. AH tho crew were safely landed. , Assessment Roll, }916 NOTICK is hereby given that the AsBossment Roll of the City for tho year lOjG, has been prepared and is now open to inspection at my ottloe In the City Hall from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.,. on.,ovory Judicial, day except. Saturday and on that day from 10 a. m. to mid-day and tliat any ratepayer , .who desires to object to the Abbobb-ment of himself or of any other person must within twenty days after j;he date of this Notice lodge hla complaint lu writing ut my office,';^ .Dated thls"4tU day of March; 1916.; , H, W, MBEOHf' �;' ' ' '' City'AssMlor,' 86 ;