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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - March 8, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta FREE BUS'TO ALL TRAINS. HoU'l Windsor. Beit' i Diy Hot-.l In' AlberU. DAILY HERALD i Mail Venn- Watch Repairs To the Leading ARMSTRONG AND RAWORTH BROS. i HEAR Commissioner ichard Commander of the Salvation Army in Canada Knox Church m. His Worship Mayor Hardie COMMISSIONER RICHARDS Yonug Ladies! Do You Know The Gps of a Queen's Crown Is the subject of Evangelist H. A. Gilbert's first address to the Young Ladies of Lethbridge in ST. ANDREW'S CHURCH WEDNESDAY EVENING AT 9 P. M. Letters hpve come to some voung ladies of thp ciiv i hem to hear this address. Programme for Next MONDAY 8 The Re-Entered Houie. TUESDAY 4 P.M._Chiidren'i Meeting. TUESDAY 8 Dmied in Khaki. WEDNESDAY 8 The Msgnatlzed Life. WEDNESDAY 9 P.M.- St. Andrew', Church-Young U- drei' "The Geml of a Sueen'a Crown." THURSDAY 3.30'i Meeting. THURSDAY 8 P.M.-Slumbling Blocks. THURSDAY 9 P.M.-Younj Men'. Rally; Life', Ideal, FRIDAY 4 P.M.-Children'l; Meeting FRIDAY S P.M.-The Pharis.e of the 20th Century 1 You mi" You remove the uake" from bake' when you use (joods ami -Jams of Mxccpliimal ISraml aro Never licalcn Prices arc exceptionally low. Try an As- "Yoiir Money B.ick Guarantee goes with Every Tin. sorted Casr of one of the following or one o( each: HARVEST BRAND VEGETABLES ivK'k, saiiitnry tins. '_' l'or....25c Standard lin .....................10c Cream titi ......................We String Be lin ......................10c Assorted (ius cncli ...............52.50 VINE BRAND FRUITS tins, all. in heavy syrup and HARVEST BRAND JAMS JELLIES (PURE) Strawberry, Raspberry and Black Currant Kull weight jinlls, flrleo each............85c Crab Applo pal] .................75c Rose Brand Red'Currant pail......65c Assorted o-poiintl thm, pure PIT harvest Brand Pure Tomato ouilCQ bmiles. iMH'll ...........................25c Uic of Apples we mreived last week; Quality, Heavy "Cases. Your choice, per Extra Pine. SI. 65 THE GOOD CO. Phtne 525 Phoiiel271 HIGH-CLASS GROCERIES ACCIDENTAL SHOOTING KILLS FATHER Pinclior Creek, A'ita.. March falul accick'nL occurred at the home u[ Peter Kilo, a Norwegian, living near Beaver .nines, on Friday evening1. It seems chut Kilo aud one or his sons had been out rabbit hunt- ing, tind on reiurnlug home the uaforuiimio man laid his rifle, a .22. on the table, and one of the children touclied the tris- ger. The hallct entered the stomach of the lather, inflict- ing- an injury from which he succumbed en Saturday niglH at the Memorial hospital here. Deceased leaves a wife and eight children. CITY AND DISTRICT St. Cyprian's Church Choir There are vacancies for good tenor and bass singers who give their j honorary services in Si. Oyprjau's j Church choir, and ihey must also be Churchmen. Any who would like to' join inis organization may cojninuni-( cite with K. G. Strater, at the'Stacey Lumber Co. Drive Away Dullness A clogged liver will make cue feel dull and dejected and if re- lief is not provided" real illness is apt to res-alt. -L'se RED CROSS LIVER PILLS They will restore the liver to its old-time vigor. They are pleasant aud mild as they are intended merely to aid nature. They will readily overcome con- stipation and biliousness. Good for children and adults. Price 25 Cents. The Red Cross Drug Book Limited "The Quaker Girl" Tonight Manager Drown of the Majestic the- j :itre 3tilted io the Hernld tins morn- will play' the .Majestic theaire tonight and tomorrow night is the biggest I musical coinedv production that has visited Le (.abridge. Four cars are necessary io transport the company on then tour, two sleepers and two sixtv-ioot baggage cars. The plan will be at the Hedley Drug Co. until fi.HO. aiter which hour the remaining seats VjJl be on sale at the cheaire box office. Third Ave. S, 10IEIL A This Is Home Sewing Week One of tl'e biggest, busiest week? all over Canada and the United Staies. Thousands of practical wo- men are taking advantage or the ial Sewing Week Sates -be Ing conducted by the leading dry roods stores all over the country. ID Edmonton and Moose Jaw sales were immensely popular h the rc'onien, nrho found Home Dressmaking Week not only enter- laiuing and interesting, hut economi- as well. Such a sale starts at Ry- lands Busy Store lomorrow uiorniag. lr sdrerrisemeni appears in the usual (Cut this not.ce out and hang it up tor reterence.) CONSULAR AGENT AT CALGARY ARRESTED Alia.. -March JtaliaiJ consular ageul for Cal- KSLTT, -was arrested last night on a of misappropriating funds for ftfic auffcrera of the Italian earthquake, contributions of hjs countrymen. and IB uoaccount- MARKETS Retail Merchants Not Responsible The action against the British Can- Trust Co. under the transient traders byJa'ff, was started at the in- stigation of "three or four according to Chief Skellon. Several merchants complained to tho Mayor, and one or two io Chief Skeltcn, ihat the hRnkniiit sale cf the stock of the BentJey Co., Ltd., m lifiuidatlon was being conducted In a manner that1 would bring the liquidators under the purview of the by'mw. Mayor Hardie telephoned the City Solicitor and Chief Skeltou; and asked them to look into it. An information was laid Ijy j Chief Skelton followed, and the case dismiseed. The action was never reported as having been commenced the Retail Merchants association, seeme to lie z. misunder- this connection, and sev- n the city de- sired ilip.t this explanation be made, i Individual merchants made the com- Following arc distinguishing badges I by which the rank of a soldier may be told scar, cross sivord and baton, Crown, cross sword and baton. Major cross sword anil baton. j aud two stars. and one j stars. j stars, i Regimental Sergt. Major Crown on forearm. Kegimental Quartermaster Four strides inverted. Squadron Sergeant Major Three stripes and crown. Stall stripes on io rearm. stripes ,on arm. stripes on arm. Lance stripe oh arm. In addition to the regular badge oE rant the following officers are desig- nated thus trumpets. flop. Cross. Try a Sack Then You'J] Know Take Off the Bother- some Old Bandage There's quick- and. pleasant re- lief from the discomfort of sofa the danger of more serious ailments thalT may result from Us 'the use of Throat Gargle your money 'back. It's fool- ish for you to longer suffer or, through neglect, run the risk of greater jn the face of this honest guarantee. 25 and 50 centi. The wott Store TELEPHONE 322: WANT ADS TO LATE FOR CLASSIFICATION FOH cradle, ?2.00; -pingle shot .22 Winchester rifle, and a gasoline lighting system, with container, pump, gauge, etc., complete and one incandescent fixture, a snap ?5. -Apply 937 lOih Street South. Phone 1096. 73 TO new bright front rooms for light housekeeping, opening on verandahj in fully modern houec, close to car line; use of phone. Ap- ply 937 10th SL S. Phone 1096. FOR have a house full of excellent furniture, including piano, which we wish to sell. "Will take a low price for the lot or will aell sep- Applj- A. J. Blacfcburae and Co., Acadia Block. summer, married man for farm near city, comfortable separ- ate house; desire his wife Lo give some assistance in farmer's home. j Apply Box 38 Herald. I TO IsETseven roomed modem furnished house; good garden, shady lawn, use of commodious stable and driving shed if desired. Low tal to careful tenant. Apply 1210 5th I AvenueM. South. City, Public Market MOVED To the K. of P. BUILDING Fifth Street, Opposite Bijou Theatre. Open for Business at This Stand TOMORROW (TUESDAY) MORNING And will be open-Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays as -formerly. TJjVDEE JNTEW MANAGEMENT. G. Hay, Grain. Feed WESTERN HAY, GRAIN AND PRO- DUCE and Retail Dealers In all kinds of Timothy, Al- falfa, Blue Joint and Upland" Hay; Straw, Oats, Bran and Feed. -M. McMahon and C. McClenashan, 2nd Ave. 'South; Phone 496, LeLhbridge, Alberta. Wholesale and Retail BALED HAY 4 Oats, thoroughly cleaned, high germina- tion teat. Feed of all kinds, car- loads or less; Inquire for quota- tions. Storage apace for rent. Frost proof 'basement for perishable goods. Hyde Saunders. O. Box 112. Phone 1244. P. BOMB THROWER PLEADS NOT GdTLTY New York, N.Y., March A. Barno, the joung -anarchist-arrested in St. Patrick's Cathedral last Tues- day morning, after detectives had stamped out the fuse of a lighted homb which imperilled the lives oC 800 'worshippers, pleaded not guilty today to the charge of attempting to explode the bomb, a felony upon con- viction of which he cauJd sent to prison for'25'years. Carmine Carbonc, the 18-year-old boy arrested ae the maker of the mjs- le. entered a similar plea. -Both were held ball for trial. MONDAY'S GRAIN Winnipeg, Murch jj PRICES HORSES FOR5HIE 1-2 head of Mares., ages 5 to weights 1100 to 1400, in foal, mostly all broken. Have also 35 head. Fine Young Horses, ages 3, 2'and 1 years; 'ell bred horses. ALSO 6 HEAD REGISTERED SHIRE MARES. TERMS CASH. APPLY Brimhall Bros., RAYMOND, ALTA. Opcii Close 1..I7-; 1.425 1 -17 WINMPEC! CASH PRICKS No. 1 Nor. 2 Nor............... 'No. 3 Nor. 3 C. Hr. 1 X. w. C.'.'.' i CHICAGO j.May July Sept. May Sept. I.08.I .MINNEAPOLIS Hie il'ness fr'm enteric fever at No. 1.32" 1.004 1.IOJ 1-llf LA TOURAINc SAFE March French lin- er La Tcuraine io being escorted Jntoj yort hy tue Itoltcrdsra. I Supple at Sixty Age and ripe experience mean hap- piness and UHefuJncgs when mental and bodily powers are preserved by keeping rich Wood in the veins. Nature's rue nourhhmcnl in Scott's A Emalfion cicaics rich blwd tvarau jgA the body and allcvieks rhtunalic CjM tendencies. Hi oil-food imparts sbcnsth Io bolh body and brain. "QUAKER GIRL" TONIGHT Lovers of good music have a real treat in store for them when John P. Slocuni presents the musical success of three continents, "The .Quaker in this city, at the Majestic Theatre tonight and tomorrow night. The book is T. Tanner, the lyrics hy Adrian Ross and Percy Greenbanb, and the music by -Lionel Moncklon. This quartette ol writers have furnished practically all of the Georg'e Gaiety successes. "The Quaker from' autUor of book and lyrics, [he composer of Ha musical settings, the designers of ita scenic investiture and costume embel- lishments, the director d'- ballet down to the snug and elegantly fitting stage shoemaker, who fits the Lwiukiing tootsien of a r.liorus or' beau- ties that a New York crllfc character- izes as a "seminary of loveliness" are all masterminds in their respective professions and petted favorites of flclilD Dame Forlune-r-the- jade hae smiled on them so often in tlie pa's I that they have grc'wn ,'to believe they are immune from her frowns. It will be remembered that Jolin P. j Slocimi presented "The Gaiety Girl" ilt, the opening of the Majestic. British Columbia's new redistribu- tion hill provides for flvc new .making 47 in all. CUT FLOWERS and POTTED PLANTS Phone 1003. FRACIIE BROS. FLORISTS. Clarke Co. The Ladies' Store Phone 453 Acadia Block Dressmaking at very Moderate Prices Special to Values. The Best you've ever bought at the money. The very Latest and Most Likeable Styles in Russian tunic effects, high buttoned fronts, soft rolling collars, belted back and front, full flaring skirts, shown in Goberdines, Serges, Coverts, Roman Stripes, Cheviots, in all colors Union Hose Special Heavy Weight. Good medium weight for llian Hip salin best wearing Hone we Spring and Summer wear, cost in ever shown at the tiioncy. knee and fairly liigh width, In colors "noil and white only, heavy wide knee and low neck sky, pink, cream, thread, sizes to 10 short sleeves or sleeveless. hlack. Tory special at re-Inforced heeJs special _and double aolea. 1 ;