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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - March 11, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta FREE BUS TO ALL TRAINS. Hotel Windsor Best 11.25 .1 Day Hotel In HERALD Mall Your Wak-h Repairs To the JeWeltn ARMSTRONG AND RAWORTH BROS. When kneading dough The dough you need is 'TAYLOR MADE' GiMMls ami -Jams ot Brand arc Aiiiver IScaton "Your Money Back Guarantee goes with livery TJH." sorled Case of one of the following or one of each: HARVEST BRAND VEGETABLES puck, sanitary UUP, Standard tin .....................10c Cream (In .......................lOc String (III lOc Assarted tins each VINE BRAND FRUITS Assorted tins, all in iicuvy syrup uiul in siinitnry tins; Special, per Remember the Car oi" Apples AVC Quality, Heavy Cases. Your choice, 3rices are exceptionally low. Try an As- HARVEST BRAND JAMS A. JELLIES (PURE) Strawberry, Raspberry and Black Currant Full iv eight (mils, prlco each ............85c Cr.ib Apple pill] ,................75o Rose Brand Red Currant pull......65c Averted ii-pouml tins, puru IVr t.'uoe .............................J5.50 Karyist Brand Pure Tomato onnco bodies, r-ach ...........................25c received last week; Extra Fine l'cr l'asc ..............SI.65 office: THE GOOD CO. Phone 1271 HIGH-CLASS GROCERIES 525 WEATHER 16 Union Evangelistic Services WESTMEVSTEK CHURCH Messrs. GUbart aud McPherson, Evangelists Programme for This Week THURSDAY 3.30 Mieting. THURSDAY 8 Blocks. THURSDAY 9 Men's Rilly; Life's Ideals. FRIDAY 4 Meeting. FRIDAY a Pharisee of the 20th Century. SONG 7.45 each evening. September......... 10S 10SH; MINNEAPOLIS WHEAT May Hl'.i 143Ji July ]3Sfi Seutembar.......... lOSVi THURSDAY'S GRAIN PRICES Mar. and closing prices [oday are as follows: WhEal: i I JuJi-.............. HSU ISOJi Ociober............ 115 WINNIPEG CASH PRICES Wheat: Ko. 1. Northern............. HS% No. 2. Xdrtbern............. No. 3. Ncrtheru............. i-i-HI Oats- No. 2 C. SI'S Barley: Nc. 3...................... 75 Jiai: No. 1. X.TV.C.......... 168 U CHICAGO WHEAT May.............. 141 ij 1-13% July............... 117% 119% LOCAL WHEAT PRICES Car lots: No. 1 Northern.......... 133} No. 2 Northern.......... 132 f No. 3 Northern.......... Sante prices tcr A. H load No. 1 Northern.......... 131 Xo 2 Northern.......... 12S No. 3 Northern.......... 123 Let-Abridge, fair i'Cdmoiiton, fair .Medicine Hit, clear Hc-jina, ck'iir ijnncp Alhou, cleat Winnipes, clear Calsary. fair lioose'Jiiv. clear Port Arthur, cloudy In Manitubii and Saskatchewan Ihe lias been mosily iair and modcralrlv cold. In .Aiberia, lair and j mild. FORECAST -Fine -and coir.patutivcly mild. Saskatchewan and Alberta Fine and luiJd. 10 3S 511 41 14 CITY AND DISTKICT Red Cross Meeting A meeting of ihe Red Cress society be he'id on Friday at'terncon. Boys and Girla, Look! Girls p.nd boys will be interested in the advertisement at the ton of this the right. Who'll get the 33.1 Mr. Jett in City C. H. Jett formerly of ihe MacPher-! son (-Tiiit Co. of this city, is in iht f city from Calgary. 1 Mr. Sick in Hat i Fritz Sick, proprietor of the Leth-j bridge Brewery, ivas a business visi-r. tor in the city Hnt Times. Spring Necessities FOR THE FARM Formaldehyde Blue Stone .Strychnine Gophercifle Kill-Eni-Qnick MAIL ORDERS RECEIVE PROMPT ATTENTION The Red Cross Drug Book Co., Limited Phone 555 Third Ave. S. ON EVERY SACK It Was With Cold Steel, Too, and the Offender is Now Doing Fatigue Duty Fords Popular Virtue Bros, of tbe Ford garage re- ceived a car of the ISIS model Fords this nicrning. Two of these are al- ready sold LOCAL LIVESTOCK PRICES Choice to 5-ii. Choice Fat Cowa and to ic. Good Fat to 414. Choice killing Choice killlcir Select Hosa, 130 to Look Who's Here Some of the visitors in the city lo- riay are It. C. I-Iarvey of Raymond. R. S. Gibson of Calgary. H. R. Johnston fcF Stirling, Michel Rcsse, Glairmore and W. Campbell, .MacLeod. HELP! We need .and need it.quick. The onl.y way we have ot' raising this amount is Tremendous Price Cutting therefore, we offer our complete..stock at prices we know have never been attempted before. -Below we give you a few-prices but you will miss a great Money Saving 'Event if you fail to visit this store. Fancy China and com- plete stock of these lines at a discount of 1-3. Red Corner Real Bargains Are Barg ams 5c WRITING TABLETS AND NOTE BOOKS SCHOOL ASSORTMENT: 6 Scribblers, 1 Eraser and 1 Good Pencil WILLIAMS'. TALCUM POWDER, regular 25c. WILLIAMS' SHAV- ING POWDER; reg, 35c 25c 15c 25c Toys, DolU and Games TOILET PAPER; rolls and holder; Sale Prise OATMEAL i CREAM TOILET SOAP, 7 cakes HAIR NETS; very spodal, 9 for.......... Te large 25c 25c 25c APRONS; nicely made, good sizes. Regular Sale Price 15c Half Price The Red Corner B. A. McKay. Cor. 3rd Ave. 6th St. Assessment Committee Meets A meeting of the assessment com- mittee was he'.d this morning, but'no action was taken, it is expected "thai tlie court ot revision ivill be held about April 20. Board of Trade Council Tommoro- Beard of Trade council meeting ivas poatponed today, op.-jng to ihe ab- sence of President Cllarnoch at Maple Creek. He "was expected back, but did not arrive In time for the meeting, which will be held tomorrow at 12.30- Actins Superintendent Ansley of the C.P.R. wil! oe present and give a short talk. Irrigation Booster Had Arm Broken G. Pearson of Iron Springs, the i moving spirit behind the Old .Man Rivr j er diversion project, was Che victim of Jan accident on his farm on Montiay- f He -was thrown off a load of hay and 'sustained a broken arm. He was re- moved to the hospital here, but he would not lie kept down, and left that nstitution yesterday. He will address the Irrigation meeting at Monarch on Saturday as announced. Police Couri Five Austrlans. charged with disor- derly conduct, and three women, charged with vagrancyT pleaded guilty to the charges against them at police court this morning-. The men were S3 and costs eachr while the wo- men were fined more heavily and told to leave the city immediately. One of the women was found in an inebriated condition ic the city's oat Held at Henderson Park. Another vag given days' hanl 'iahor without the option of a fine. Evangelistic Services The unicn evangelistic services in Westminster Methodist church tonight fboiild especially to young men. Mr. (lilbart is pre-eminently a young men's man. lie haa trod the fame mill of life that oilier young men have Lrod and knows just how and where to lend ilu- iit'.i-i.ns hand. Tonight at 0 P.m. Jifi siiciiks to VOUIIK men only on "Life's'Ideals.'1 No young man should from Lariar and discolora- tion, and. firm, rosy gums, we believe you CUB best insure them by Antiseptic Tooth Powder (The one moat everyfaodj" prefers) It contains no grit, yet easily removes the tartar and particles ot" food that find1 lodgment be- tween tlie teeth, them clean and free from the germs of decay. Vury pleasantly flav- ored. An sxirs. large can for JIHiginbotfianiSCQ.ttd MAJOR HIGINBOTHAM DEAD Toronto, Out., March private cable today announced the death at Suorncliffe.hospi- tal of Major Higginbotham of Toronto, of appendicitis. He wag moved from the front to Englandr He 'was second In command of the 3rd1 Battalion, First Brigade. Major Higgin- botham sas a weSl known yachtsman and golfer. CardsLon, March Luc is doing ''fatigue duly until fur- ther orders." This sciucncc was pass- ed upon him by .Major H. 13. lirown as the result of an incident which occurred last Sunday. It seems thai while young Lcc on guard on that diy Corporal Boyd, formerly OL Itlagrath, the stairs loading to tlit barracks. He" vjire nothing to indicate his nmk and so the sentry, oi course, was at liberty to regard him as a common civilian curiously looking things over. The corporal took no notice oi the command to halt, he was stopped at the point oi tlie bayonet. In attempt- ing to brush tfic ircapon aside he was gonged rather roughly in the ribs, Naturally hq considered that he hail suffered a grievous indignity, but soon discovered that the sentry had done 11 no more than his duty. If matters (had stopped there, all would have been well. But it seems that the two j men had no liking for each other and young Let foolishly made remarks which, unfortunately for him, were overheard by Iriunds of the corpor- al's. The soon reached the cars in MIC-iHtijoT with the above-mention- ed result- He was lirst put to work in cdfi- structing a garbage-burning furnace, which necessitated" the picking o( rock. In full view of the covertly smiling squadron at drill, the young man, to use his own words, lelt "embarrassed as Being, hoiv- i ever, oi a cheerful disposition., lit i takes kindly to his punishment, hav- j ing learned the lesson, that no matter what one may think, too great care 'cannot he exercised as to what one I says. The -squadron is in good condition rand practically no trouble or disor- orderly conduct whatever has been found in the ranks. The "temperate habits oi the men are also noticeable and praiseworthy. Not a-singlc ease of drunkenness has thus far come to light. Some may think that this is accounted1 for br the Fact that Card.s- ton is a "dry" town, but this theory is disputed by the fact that when a number, oi the men returned from a! brict holiday trip to Lclhbridge 'Mon- day, every man stepped ofi" the train j in a sober condition. The spirit among the men is a healthy and happy one. They are clad in their new uniforms, have received their lirst pay envelope and are satisfied with their dining accommodations. It i is indeed inspiring to sec them (marching in from drill, moving as one ----------------'man to the thiillinR no Us ol "Tip- perary" played by their band, which is rapidly reaching a state envied by professional musicians. Paymaster Capt. IJilcMe was kept busy for nearly a whole day, handing Girls and Boys WHAT DOES IT MEAN? The first girl or boy under years of age who brings the correct answer to this advertisement to the office .of the Company who have been using this space for the past year will receive the second and the third 91. Hurry! Office open from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. HOME HOME out'the necessan SSdnfl winch it rc- Big Reduction In Licenses is Made by Council riediietions In tho licenses payahle Ic the ciLv result ;n :t conaidcrilhle v quired to pay the local I Olr in the revenue from that v Payment was n-.ade in the "cold though they should prove al- cash. cljeques ircre used. !jics (o' consumers in tliclr The tollowins men were selected OI1 cosl o( iivjng. v [rom the Cardston squailion to go to some or the reductions provided for Greek. They left yesterday as fellows: Ckhoon and VV. Berrcycssa, to Hakers from 515 a year to a year; v train [or buglers, and H. Matkin, II. butchers from-J25 to" SI, hawkers and j hllison and J. Kotlurell to train as of fruits, vegotahles and signal men. They will be gone several BULLETIN 3. H. ELECTION POSTPONED Westminster Junction, B. C., March British Columbia election la postponed. The' squadron here is now drilled personally by the Major in squadron drill. Previously they were drilled as troops. This is merely a sign that a has been taken and that the men arc progress- ing as a hody. PLAN CHANCELLOR FOR AUSTRIA Count Premier, Slated for Im- I miss it. Your life will be a richer sot to yourself and the world if you lioar this address. At 7.15 the regu- jlar service, when Mr. Gllbart Aluminum, has Mirnueh Amaterilam to Ihe flrehange Tele- 1 "Stninhling Blocks" will draw a tost, lo preserve the qualities of the' rapll rj0. says that, according to Vi- cron-d, so come Tho aer-i tea better than any other metal. Each enna Count Stephen Tlsza, :c last evening made a grand 1m- in which is wrapped, -he Hungarian premier will soon he "The Laws of a Magnetized is-as light as a sheet of paper of tlie AiiEtro-Hungarlau foraign portant Poet London, March ciispiiici Amsterdam to the JiUchanEe Life" shcived clearly why one life 13 a i success, and anotbtr a failure. Ap- j-Sying the lerm lo Ujc succeFflfu) I Christian In helping others, Mr. Gll- lir.rt said five things were ndcessaiT: I'll Dh'inn, eiithnafaBm; (2) tact- (.1) Divine purity, (i) HGlf-sacriflce; (5) sympathy and love. WHh thia equip- ment man is srejiHrca lo help his 1'el- low man. You wiM Ket a ncfw vision of life it' you attend The doer awinfis for same size, and there is 'full weight Lea Inside the packet. CUT FLOWERS and POTTED PLANTS Phone 1003. PR ACHE BROS. FLORISTS. secretary. The dispatches further odd that the count wiM he given the tILle of_ imnerial chancellor, and will be vested with powers similar to thoHO held by the German Imperial chancel- meats, from ?1o Lo ?i5; milk vendors, from So Lo Stockbrokers is Hie ofi- ly new item on the list, and they tire taxed 525 a year. Circus licenses re- main ;U a day; transient traders at SJOO a. year; professional boxing and crratiing matches, n day; draymen, single, reduced from S10 a year to ?3 a year, and double to ?it; hawkers ami pedd'iers or je'w- elry and dry goods, a year; hawk- ers and peddlers of other 'gooris and wares, a year; billiard and pool tables remain the same. NEW B, C. Cafe Now Open GOOD MEALS'.........2Ec UP NICELY FURNISHED, WELL KEPT ROOMS ...........25c CHOP SUEY, NOODLES, CREAM, FRUIT AND CONFECTIONERY 'BLOCK (Formerly occupied by City Offices, 2nd Avenue South) All licenses IDlii were duo on the first day of the ycur. Only One "BROMO QUININE" Whenever you feel 'A cold coming on. think of the full name, LAXATIVE BKOMO QUININE. Look for aisun- turc of on box. 25c.. lor AUSTRALIANS IN ENGLAND London, March lO.y-An Auslmllan contingent Jfrrlved In Ungland today, according to an announcement made lonlehl. ANNIVERSARY SUPPER UP TO THE HIGH STANDARD OF FORMER VEARS IN WESLEY HALL Monday Next, March 15th FROM fi TO 8. FOLLOWED BY ENTERTAINMENT. Admission lo ;