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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - March 12, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta But Bjy Hotel In Alberta. DAILY HERALD Mall Your Watch Itqmirs To thi Liadlng Jiwtltre RAWORTH When kneading dough The dough you need is AT.'ECONOMY PRICES Ilni'tu'lal; ;i very fino Appk1 Tor piYKL'iil u.-it.-; piil of cur we J.iar Sixes to suit 1'or Case Heauty. Xswtou I'liipln, Sizi's lo 'suit. Per C'isn NAVEL ami Specials ?.2JnC, 27K-.C CALIFORNIA Per Dozen FLORIDA GRAPE Price 10c ................15c FRESH and Per Pound 1QC FINEST Dozen 40c NEW LAID dozen for .............55c SWIFT'S PREMIUM .......32c SWIFT'S PREMIUM BACON In piece ___. .30c SWIFT'S PURE SB ......4Sc 63 ......76c CANNED tins for .........3Jc CANNED Tin ..................lOc CANNED Tin 'CANNED Tin .................ioc GREEN GAGE. PLUMS; heavy syrup; H tins Spociul, Juvn and or freihly ground, per per pound..................25c Special Blend; nothing 'butter for the money; uer Dound ......................40c Or 3 Jjoundg for 3 pounds for .......J1.00 ice: THE GOOD GO. HIGH-CLASS GROCERIES Max. 43 fr ANNIVERSARY SUPPER UP TO THE STANDARD OF FORMER YEARS IN WESLEY HALL Monday Next, March 15th FROM 6 TO 8. FOLLOWED BY ENTERTAINMENT. Admission to PUT STOMACH IX FIN E CONDITION Say? Indigestion Resulto frorp Ex- c'eis of Hydrochloric Acid. Undigested food 'delayed in the stomach decays, rir raiher, ferments ihe same as food' left in'the open air u 's a noted authority. He also tell Indigestion is caused bv Hy per-acidity, meaning, there ia an ex cess of hydrochloric acid in die scorn at-H which .prevents cpEplejte ilon and smarts food tcnuentatlan Thus 'everything eaten sours i .stomach much lite the garbage sours a can, lortniUf' acrid fluid which inflate the stomach like a. oj Tjaiioon. Then we feel a heavy Inmpv-misery in the chest, we heich up we eructate sour food.or havp Jjeanburn, flatulence, watcr-tirash nausea. lie iP.Ha ua to lay aside all digestive a d and in "ead, get iron, any phar- macy four ounces of Jad Salts and lake a tablespoonFuL in a glass 'of water jbeFore ibreakfaat and drink ivhile it is effervescing and. further- more, to continue this for .a week. .relief followi the first dose, .it is nuportant to neutralize the acidity, remove UUL gasrmakins mass, start the .liver.- stimulate the kidneys and tfbus promote-a free now of pure di- 'eestive juices. Jad Salts la inexpensive and is made .from, the add c( grapes and lemon juice combined with lithia and sodium 'phovphaie. This harmlesa aaHa ' thousands of people for stom- "ash resnJti.'For .sale by J. D. Higinbotham Co., Ltd I HOME SWEET HOME IN SIX REELS MONDAY TUESDAY MARKETS FRIDAY'S GRAIN PRICES "Wiimipeff, .-Han., ,ifarch ing and closing prices on '.be loca -exchange today were as follows: Wheat May Open 151 152 US' Octooer May 6.1 ji Jtfiy..... 64 ClMJngCavh Prices i Xorthern No.. 2 Xorttiern........ Xo. 3 Northern Oati_ No. 2 C. W............... No. 3.................. Flax- No. 1 N. n" Chicago Wheat Open Mir....... .'_____ 153 July-............ 120 September Wheat ilar......'.. Close 152% 152 M 115 tt 149% 155-H 121 Jolj; -13314 LOCAL MARKETS Track No. l Northern 2 -.v No. S Northern ,A. R. 'W. prices same. Wagon, load lets: No. 1 Northern......' "0. 2 Northern...... o. 3 ifcrthern A. R. W. prices same. 135% 123 Lethbn'dge, clear Edmonton, clear..... Calgary, clear -IS Moose Jaff, foggy.. 4G RegiDH. clear....... Prince Albert, clear... 3U Wlunipeg, clear...... 44 Port Arthur, clear.... 3G Nelson............ (t- The wcatlier tlirousboul bas been fine and comparatively iiillil. Forccait jinnitcba aitd and comparartTfly and oil Saturday. and mild. Jliu. 15 20 10 I'O IS '23 the' i CITY AND DISTEICT Back on'the Job J. J. McKay is back on "his old iiob at DeJwy'a, Ltd. :V Purchase'Klpp 'Meit Shop Delany's, Lid., have purchased the meat business at Coalhurst, which will he in charge of Walter Adnlti, wto hag been running the business for ihe past eis'Jt months. RaJey. Pupils Hefp The Herald begs to acknowledge the receipt of a contribution of j to the 'Belgian Relief Fund Irom the; children of the Ray el school district. This .ccntriSiirion. has been iorwarded j ,10 A. Giichanaa at Ottawa, trens-l urer of the Lund for this constituency. I Spring Necessities FOR THE FARM Formaldehyde Blue Stoiie Strychnine. Gophercidc MAIL ORDERS.RECEIVE PROMPT ATTENTION The Red Cross Drug Book Co., Limited Phone 555 'V TJilFd .525 CITY AiVD DISTRICT Announcement Confirmed The Mayor of Raymond 'phouod the Board of Tnicie at noon today con- firming the announcement thill Ihe sugar faqtory stays. -Police Court ilr. and were, fined 35 nand coats each by Inspector Lindsay, ing niagistram at police court this Carmangay Men Fined On Infcrirjallori laid bj- AlegBrs. Hodgkins and Ilesketli, provincial li- cense inspectors, a number of Cnrmaii- citizens were arraigned, at the R. 'NjW.MJ. at Carmangny. Thp, foriow- Jns the cases tried: A. J. Adams was fined and costs for belns drunk while Interdicted. W. M. Curry Tvae fined and costs for supjjly- ing liquor -to an inter and R. Ed- wards and H. Fanning were fined and coats for being drunk and dlsor- THE CITY OF SMYRNA Death of Infant The death occurred Wednesday ternocn of the infant baby, Harry. one-month-cld gon of Mr. and Airs. Ed-J mund E. Peck.. The funeral arrange-j menls, which are in charge or th Hurat undertaking parlors, will be an- nounced later. Weslsy Anniversary Concert All interested In the 'new Wesley church are looking terward witn-pleas- ure to the first anniversary next Sun- day, when the Rev. Dr. Kerby of Cal- gary is 10 preach morning: and even- ing, and special music will be.given. The sumptuous supper, from 6 to S o'clock will be followed by an excel- lent programme in. tbe church audi- torium, ivken ihe following will take 'Vocal soJos, Mrs. 'Meldrum, Miss Hazel, Miss .Ivy DawBon, Mr. V- A. Petrle, aad Driver.D. C. JlcJndoe of the 20tU Battery; piano number. Mrs. W. J. Nelson; violin solo, Sir. E. Lay ton; Mr. Shepherd, and sf addresses by Rev. A. H. Denoon and Colonel Page.- Evangalittic Services ngelisis' Siibart and McPherson spent a busy day yesterday in connec- tion -with .the. jmjon evangelistic ser- ,'iovices in .Westminster Methodist church. "The afte'rripcn meeting at 3.30 1.81. was for married ladies, 'and al- most 80 gathered and listened to an in- spiring and helpful address by Evan- gelist .Tfae evening ser- vice at 7.45-witnessed anotner packed church and the- -whole service went rcith a awing that made -every person feel good. "Stumbling Blocks" "was one of too-- best of the series thus far. Mr. Gslbart baa.not yet- left the arena of Christians, and many a professing Christian is being led to look within and is beginning to feel the field of has oc- cupied .has been mighty smai'I- Three special ''stumbling "blocks" were'men- tioned: (1) some fathers ami moth- ers: (2) all back sliders; <3) Jhalf- SATURDAY SPECIAL This amount, wlth'Uiii "Ad." place you in-posseaaion of a package of KEXALL TOOTH POWDEJR BEXAiLL TOOTH .BRUSH Each item worth for the One Price. TOMORROW .ONLY AT -L-< The Store iMfte StRnlto, J. Szarka nud Augelo Mortelll. 'ware tried before Inspector Lindsay at the local police barracks, charged selling a llcenstt oh Information laid by Hods- Itlns and Hsaketh, license inspectors, atanko and Mortelll .were lined 1160 and costi or three months, and Szarka j iQ sod casts or aii.racntbe. George Glldden of Cnrdston was also fined yesterday 5300 and costs or six month a J) I for selling liquor "without a license. Aa this, was his second of fence thej fine Jnipoed .ivas- heavy. Irrigitlonltti at Maple Crcjek j Tae third aapual convention "of the Cypras3 .Hills Water Users opened ut Maple Creek-Wedoesday, with a gcod attendance. D_J. Wyle, M.E.P. of Sas- katchewan, presided. -Many good spetlrtra were in attendance, among1 whom 'vraro C. of the irriga- tion branch 01 the.decartment ot tbu Interior of Calgary, and formerly .of Lethbrldge. Mr. .G. R. irarnoch, .pre- sident of the local Board of Trade and the Alberta Rural Development league, waa the principal speaJtsi- at a banquet provided lo (be vinilots by the Maple Creek Board of Trade: Amalgamated Board of Trade Officers The organiiatiwi of the Amalgamat ed Boards: ot Trade of Lake Bow Island, Burdett and Purple Spriogi haa been completed, he fol elected: Preiideut, George P. Porter. Gvassv Like; vjce.-presidcnt, F. J. Henderson Bow Beeretary, J. Clark Knox, GraBlj" Laky; traaaurer, H. S. Beattie, Bcrsr Island; F. J. Hender- scn, R; S. Beattie, J- W. Kurd; 5ur- Burns, F. -A.. Lumbard, J. H. Sandy; GraBay Lake, Geo. P. Por- tor, J. Clark Knox, W. Salvage; ,Pur- pJe Springs, J..J. JlcLellan, C. N. Scad- Danforth. Smyrna is the most important city in Asia Minor and is expected to fall any moment. Lethbridge Gold Coil Spuds Live Up to Reputation PRINZ EITEL WILL INTERN Southern Alberta, soil and the fam- ous Gold Coin" pota- toes, niak.c a combination that is hard to beat for results. The mur- phies exemplify theft name, as evj- Washington, March j V you reports to officials hcie on the iy 'an account, ot of the German auxiliary cruis- ctop.vields, 1 r paper occasional- some remarkable to give you the ideals of the Christ. Tonight Mr. not. venture to sea "The Pharisee of again 31 Peters told the Fieldent bjf. which I planting the tli No one elioulil that his reports from Newport News jior.. 1 Mjvare. tlie best 3atm pro'lflo yl will dispose ol or ior consump- pota- -wired loday from Newpcrl News, Va., that his ship, Ihc" members oi Westminster, St. An-, Annapolis, X.S., ilreu-'j, Kiflh Baptist churc w- J- o[ lhis ilrcw's and FilUi Avenue Baptist churches, plays an important part in Lhc iron barque Inverco, was among the union aerVires now in progress tljose sunk by the irled- under Ihr. auspices ot the aforenamed j erlch. churches. Mr. JlcPhcrson extends a Tne Tnverco was en route_from Ore cordial invitation tu all singers; cs- to England 'with a cargo u ._CaptttlnJ a .hushcl, Isn't thai gold to all choir racrobers of the city churches, .to.jojn in makine the .singing still a greater r success. It you ]can carry a time in a basket, come (and uring your bastnt. j LIVESTOCK PRICES YESTERDAY I S72U-. caltle, J7.00. Montreal: MOBS, cattle. S7.nO.! Ciilcago: lB.55-JC.8n: cattle, i when overtaken by the' Canaan raider. 'S-5.IO-J8.15. CUT Ind POTTED PLANTS Phone IOOJ: FKACHE BROS. FLOHISTS, coin 1 FINE SCHOOL CONCERT BY RAUEY PUPILS Haley, Alia., Feb. 28 The RBley nchnol. In .charge ot MIS9 E. held an entertain- ment on Wednesday evening, February 24. The muiic. and recitations lild-crer dit both to tetclior and puplla After the proirimme rendered, refreih- jneiitj wer0 aerved by the ladles ot the diitrtct. The evealng enjoyed !iy Mr. and Mrs. Bert Hart, 8lll.ive.US-, daughter, Wednesday. L. C. TEEPLE THE GROCER With a Clean, Fresh and Well-Assorted Stock Raspberry. Wagstaffe's, i tb. pail.. 'Strawberry Stra'sviborry- StraTyberrj: Apple 5 pounds; RasfAerry 'Peach, 1C. 4 pound pall K. 4 pound' pall -.f Plum, 4 jioijnd Wag--f 5 pounds ".for. 1' Gnipe Fruit Marma- lade, 1 pouDd. "Apples, choice va- rl'eties, No- box.. Oranges, per. dozen 35c I'er dozen Per 'doiiwi .Grape V Larffo size Per Pound Per Pound......... Per.'Pound 80c 85c 75c 75c 50c 50c Coffee, Our Per Pound............. 3 pounds for.......... 4 pounds for......... Per Tin Per Tin.............. Per' Tin Bettor -2'. Tin's-for Tomatoes; large ..2 25c 1 w 50c 35c 256 lOc 3c 3c Onlpna, B.' 8 .pounds i'or 'Tea, Our Per Pound "per pouiid 35o.or .3 IDG for. .V. 25c 45c Jor............ Pe'acneg and. 2 Tins for Cora for ririi'pe ;rer Package .Quaker ---Per Package Per Package St. Charles Per Tin li'.oars .'J. packages ,fqr......... Old -..Per Tic" :lijue; Little packages Spring, -I dozen lor___ 'Clotfie's'tlnw-r On at.......-...., 55c 25c 25c lOc 10c 106 25c 25c 45c 45c 35c 25c 15c 30c 10c 50c 25c lOc 10c 25c 20c PHONE 515 Dominion Ulix-li. 4th Ave. South. ;