Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - March 13, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta
FREE BUS TO ALL TRAINS. Hotel Windsor Beit 11.25 a Diy Hotel In DAILY HERALD Miiil Your H'ntdi To the Leading Jtwelin ARMSTRONG AND RAWOHTH BROS, 1 When kneading dough The dough you need is An Exclusive Insurance Business PERSONAL ATTENTION Companies Strong'. Reliable Prompt Payment of Claims when you have an EXCELSIOR LIFE POLICY or GUARDIAN ACCIDENT AND GUARANTEE POLICY ci NORWICH UNION FIRE OR SICKNESS POLICY. Other lines of Insurance as well PLATE GLA3S, ANIMAL, AUTOMOBILE W. A. Levitt i DO YOU SWIM? Jl' you nn- jouiiuo- the "Y" gel yum1 Eiuliino- from The Frank Hedley Drug Company New Stock, Grind Our Own Lenses Certainly! MTe're not behind ihe limes in any -way. We keep the front" Lhe prcccssica of progressive, wide-awake nptic- iani. Every facility lliat modern In- genuity permits is at our com- mand. It's our way of doing serving our patrons witii the best that can be had. WE DON'T KILL TIME but do our hesl to furnish glasses for our customers quick- avoid keeping them wait- ing unnecessarily for sood eye- sight. X. We try hard to merit the con- fidence of thoie who trust uc. Eye Specialist in charge v of Optical Department. RAWright THE JEWELER. MARKETS SATURDAY'S GRAIN PRICES May '.luiy 'Oct. Winnipeg, March Opening and closing pricr? on the grain exchanges roday were Open Closp 1.5-2.', 1.53} 1.52 1.52; 1.155 WIXNIi'Kn C' PKICES ;Xo. l.-Nor 1.51 Si Xo. i N'or 1.50 S'Xo 3 Nor 1.47J 'Oats-Xo. 2 C. W 63; i Xo. 3 76 1 S. C. 1.5G CHICAUO May 1.55 1.55 July 1.21 1.21 Sept 1.095 l.OS; MINNEAPOLIS .May 1.46} Jul'y 1.40.V 1.41 .Sept 1.11J l.li; Imjiortol: 11 1'iue Apple for nrcser.l uul of car wo rvvt'ivfd last wi'cU. Sb.ey to suit you. IVr i'ust> Ht'inity, NtMvUm 1'ippin, elc.- to Per L'as.' NAVEL ami SlH'ftnU 22' ,c, CALIFORNIA 1'pr Pozi'ti .............................25c FLORIDA GRAPE Inrpe Pri-e .........................-----10c pound ................15c FRESH mill t'er I'mniil 10c FINEST Dozwi ............40c NEW LAID dozen for .............SSc .32o .30c SWIFT'S PREMIUM SWIFT'S PREMIUM 3ACOM In pled) SWIFT'S PURE 3s 5s ......75c 10s CANNED tins for .........35c CANNED Till ..................10c CANNED Tin ..................10c CANNED Till .................10c GREEN GAGE PLUMS; heavy 9 tins Bpeeinl, Java niul or freshly ground, per Dolinil.....40c per pound ..................25c Speeinl Hlcml; notliing ibctter for tlio inonpy; per pound ......................40c Or pounds for pounds office: THE GOOD CO. Phocel271 HIGH-CLASS GROCERIES Phtne 525 WEATHER Lethbrtdge, misty KtlmoiHou, clear...... Max. 37 IJ 40 -H IS IS -I Medicine Hat. clear Resrimi. cloudy...... Prince Albert, fair.... US Uu cloudy -S Moose1 cioudy 2t) Pen. Arilinr, clear.. XeUon............ 47 27 The 11-eat her ilircuzhout the nrairie provinces; 1ms been fair and compara- tively mild. Forecast All not much change in temperature. LOCAL prices: Xo. 1 Jsonhern...... I Xo. Northern...... Xo. Xortheru A. R. W. prices same. Wagon load prices: Xo. 1 Northern...... Xo. i' Koriheru Xo. o A. R. W. prices same. 13S 137 134 131 CITY AND DISTRICT Pincher Councillor Resigns Councillor Dr. J. S. Mills cf Plncher Creek has resigned owjns 10 ill-liealih. Sold Sesd Grain, Punished Joseph Enpleson, ;i Taber farmer, >vas catisM by Seed Grain Commis- sioner Gcnkm iliis week, selling llie seed srnin lie had received, to the ele- vaior at per bushel, and takins feed in return. His whole supply was confiscated. Evangelistic Services Sitting rcom was at a premium in AVesimlnsier Methodist church last ev- ening, when Mr. Hnrolrt H. Gilbart ad-: dressed the consreeatiun on "Toe __ Pharisee of ilie 20th Century." Mr. Gilban will a mass meeting Q? men si 4 p.m. LOmorro'w. anil there will be the usual service at 7.30 pj: Spring Necessities FOB THE FARM Formaldehyde Blue Strychnine Gophew'ide Kill-Ein-Quick MAIL ORDERS RECEIVE PROMPT ATTENTION The Red Cross Drug Book Co., Limited Third Avc. S. CITY AND DISTRICT) Had 116 Signatures Tlic last petition sent to Ottawa in connection with the Old Man River dlvei'sion project contained lit! sisu- nalures. Men's Own Hsv. G. W. Kerby, D.D., will take the cli.iir at the session or the Men's j Own tomorrow. The speaker Tor the! day is Hardld H, Gi'iuart. of Winnipeg, j .Man. "EVERY. People's Forum -In the Alberta House last week. Hie following questions were asked by Mr. Michener and answered by Hon Mr. .Mitchell: 1. the government sold any of Ihe bonds authorized by last ses- sion? 2. so, at what price and at what cost of negotiation? wered by No, 1. 3. bonds have not been sold, has the government received any of- fers? And what If any? 4. the government any out- standing treasury notes, If so, the am- WANTS THE NAMES tiditor, He raid: .1 notice a letter from Messrs. S. Tuckwell aud" J. O. Jonos with regard to a resolution which was jiassed by the TrudiiB and Labor Council on Thursday night. Will the Trades and Labor Council Ijlense published (tie names of the l-t international trades unions represent- ed at this mcetiug. JOHX W. SHAND. 3-13 Nineteenth street North. AUSTRALIAN MILLS ARE TAKEN Government to Output for Military Garments London. March Sydney (Aus- JJ ounts and date of issue or issues? A. tralia) dispatch to the Times saya the (Federal government has arranged to 5. is the total outstanding take over tho eontrol CT Hie woollen Improvements in RexaJJ Store Messrs. J. D. Higinboiiiam Co., Ltd., are fitting up a sccticir of the old post office buUdiatj for their ol-j Hce, which has been brought frcm the flight above for conveniencci The old "carrier's room" has beeu connected by elevator wich the basement, ami is fitted up as a laboratory for the manufacture of the firm's prepara- tions. They are also installing a dark room for iheir own and their custom- HUNDREDS SEEK BRITISH JOB Want to Handle Resources of Country for Government London, March response to the recent announcement in the House of Commons of Chance'ilcr Lloyd- George that the British government was seeking- a strong- business man to place at iLc of the organization under which the government ip taking over llie country resources for the nro- Iduciion. of war material. 650 applica- tions already have been nut in. The applications range from a Scot- tish sanitary engineer to a peer of the. realm, but- not a single American has applied. X-Rayed Eya Newsboy Martin Geoghesan, a Herald uews- boy, was the first 10 get a 20-ceni parcel containing a dollar bill at the crockery sale now going on on South street. He is evidently possessed of X-ray pcwer eyes, for after examln ing several nai'ceis outwardly he fix- ed on the lucky one, his powerful optics apparently penetrating the brown nailer covering and the glass in which was comfortably snuggled the crisp hill. St. Service MISSANABIE (New) ..Mar. 26 METAGAMA (New) ...Apr. 9 Grampian............ Apr. 16 MISSANABIE (New) ..Apr. 30 For full particulars apply to any Railway or Steamship Agent or W. C. CASEY, General Agent 210 Portage Avenue. Winnipeg. Cold-Blooded According to the Taber Times, an unknown foreigner started out from Chinook last Saturday to ivalk to Cal- gary. HP lost his and. though his feet were so badly frozen that he could walk no further had to crawl on his hands and knees, he was i refused admittance 10 a couple ot (farm homes north of Taber, and was afterwards picked up on the road by Archie Bowes, who took him to Taber. He was sent to Lethbridga on Tues- day, and his injuries necessitated the amputation of both feet. SATURDAY SPECIAL "Two Bits" This amount, witli this "Ad." will place you ln_ possession o[ "a package of EEXALL TOOTH POWDER and a EEXALL TOOTH BUtLSH Each Item worth for the Price. TODAY ONLY AT J.D.HiginbothalilfiCo.Ltil The Store indebtedness of lUc province? 6. are the different items of such indebtedness .under the fol- lowing head: (a) indebtedness A- payable tc banks or otherwise? (d) A NM1. mills throughout Australia. It will take the entire output of these mills for the manufacture of military gar- TO GIVE THE HAIR A I NATURALLY WAVY i_______ i Since Uie virtues nf plain liquid sll- merinc as u hair curler'be Jame known English chemists, as well as drug- gists in Canada and the United SUites. have linen having a really extraordin- ary (luimuid for this remarkable pro- duct. Its effectiveness anil Its entire as compared with the ruinous curling less have oceii responsible for Its 111- orcnsiiiE use for purpose mention-; ed. As the curlinesn is in evidence for a considerable lime, n few ounces of liquid sllmerlno will last a--long -Mule. need only apply a little ot the liquid with a clean tooth ibush before retiring and In the morning the hair will have that beautiful wary arid glossy appearance which bears no s of fiiUflclalJtr- Tile best war IB to divide the hair into strands and. moisten each of them from root to tip. :Thcro Is no streaky or other discoloration, no unpleasant after- Easy Way to Remove Freckles and Eruptions London, March German drive at Przaanysz in northern Po- land has'carried the advancing army within two and" a ualf joiles of Ihe city, the Berlin War Office announced today. Russian reports oE recent vic- tories are denied, and various German successes are recounted. It is said that In two battles 7200 Russians were captured. The German statement admits die capture by tho British of Neuve Chap- pelle, as announced in London loday. A 'dispatch from Constantinople by way of Berlin is to the effect that the bombardment of the Dardanelles being hindered by storms and fogs, and that the attack has accomplished nothing more. Some wonicn hove skin of such texture tiiey orc-nsloniillj' are annoyed by the sud- den appearance) of Crccklas, alight erup- tions or fine llnee. March winds usuallj- play liavoc with sklna of that kind. In such cmes If one will procure an ounce oC j ronimon mcrcolizod war at any drus store, apply a little of It before retiring, like cold crcainr slie can oafllly overcome the trou- ble. When lha wax IB washed off next morning-, ilaky akin partlclpq coma with it. The entire outer cuncJe Js removed Jn way In a weeli or to. with all Ha defects. No bleach could so effectually rtmove freckle; or bJomlshes. The new surface la smooth, filear, trcah loolllnj. No pain or Inconvenience accumpanlea Lhls simple treatment. In CQPP ot wrinkles which sink beneath tilt! outer skin, a solution of sanollte. 1 02.. dissolved )n '.4 pi. Tvlich makm a face bath which lg wondorfully effective. 'Billy' Sunday The Man and His Message William T. Ellis, LL.D. This thrilling 500-paaa book on the lift and work of Ameri- ca's Great Evangelist la Jiist off press. C. B. McKINNON i Licensed Dealer and will call on you shortly. THE BOOK SELLS FOR _ _ Funeral of Mrs. Zubach The funeral cf the '.ate Mra. Jas Zubach, irho died after an opera- tion on Thursday, was held this niorn- RECORD FOR'. THIS CITY Mr. J. Pilshury of this city, and for- merly of Coaldale, has received a leL- :ter from his son Albert, who is in the [trenches fighting the Germans. .Mr. I Pllsoury has iio-.v five sons at the front, and he himself is very anxious to go. The city of. Detroit has purchased the Detroit Unity Street Railway, as- suming tlic payment of a mortgage debt of BIRTHS ALLAN LINE THE POPULAR PIONEER LINE REDUCTION IN II. CABIN RATE, All Steamers ST. JOHN TO LIVERPOOL Calling at Halifax One Day Later. S.S. CORSICAN ..........Mar. 19 S.S. HESPERIAN ........Mar. 24 S.S. SCANDINAVIAN ....Apr. Z S.S. CORSICAN Apr. 21 S.S. HESPERIAN ........Apr. 30 Excellent Accommodation avail- able in -VI Classes Tickets can be purchased in Can- ada and all arranoemente made for saltenperc from Great Britain and Europe. Full information from your local S. S. or R. R. Agent, or W. H. ALLAN, Gen. N.W. Agt. WINNIPEG. Private A. Pilsbury left this city St. Patrick's church, Rev. j wjth the first batch of resorvlslg and Father itosenthal and Jlev. Father with the linri Duke of Cornwall's Min'wegan cfficiaiing. The funeral riegmcnt. was one of Hie largest ever held in tho This familv record would be hard to city, over 300 people being present to as in nddltion to the above 11 r. witness ilie last- sad rites. Mrs. Zu- pusburv's wff'e IB acting as nurse ia bach was formerly Miss Annie Vasele- Uie hospitals in England. Her bus- nak. and was very well known in tlio carries the Zulu war medal and j district. She "leaves sever, children, '79 through the her husband, Nicholas Zubach. rjrsL African war in 1581, and j The sRmte (his morning was very wounded in five f.lacea at, JIajuba. limjireHSivo, solemn reuuiem mass lie- ho heard the cal'i during the ing celcoraujd. _ at. Patricks choir ;last ;j0iltjl African campaign and re- sponderl. lie now is anxious again to go to tho front. sang, in addition, "Llhera." Mr. Elton at the "Y" Tomorrow night, Mr. D. 1-1. ISItoji will siieuli Ui liiu men of the Y.-M.C.-.A fin iljp SL'Jijfict "Grumble Corner vs. Thanksgiving street." His subject in- limater. p. discussion on yliases o The successful dealer gives his cus- lomcr, proniplly. the article asked lor; but there ure niany always trying to substitute soinething that shows _____ them a larger profit, that iff why bulk man eriiierirnce met Kith in our daily tea and- other packet are often walks ct life. If you arc curious to foisted on the customer fn place of know the exact content ol his talk he "SAuADA." present a! the Y.M.C.A. at the usual discussion hour, S.13 o'clock tomor- row nlshl. The committee are ar- ranging a special number of subjects for the ne.xl four weeks, which will he lilslily interesting and _____..... These, hear in ininrt, will not he a. Bcr-' les, hill v.-ll hn IndcDCiident of ont-. an-1 i other. Conic and .Mr.'KIIon. All wcirnmc IU. CUT FLOWERS and POTTED PLANTS Phone 1003. I'UACITH BKOS. FLORISTS. .Mr. and Mrs. Frank Suinmerton on Saturday, Jlarch 13th, a son (James Udy.) NEW B, C. Cafe i Now Open GOOD: MEALS .........25c UP NICELY FURNISHED, WELL KEPT .ROOMS ..........25c CHOP SUEY, NOODLES, ICE CREAM, FRUIT AND CONFECTIONERY KUAN BLOCK (Formerly occupied hy City 2nd Avenue South) NEW WESLEY CHUBCH FIRSf ANNIVERSARY SUPPER -IN HALL Monday Next, March 15th TABLES.6 TO 8 O'CLOCK. SUPERIOR PROGRAMME IN CHURCH AUDITORIUM. ''Admission to Men's Own Westminster Church Sunday, Mar. 14, at 4 p.m. II. Gilbart Of Winnipeg, Manitoba. and Giuipowflcr'r Geo. W. Kcrbyi D.13. Prlncipaf of Mount Royal College, Calgary. McPhersoii. OKcring. 175 Men Attended this meeting la.it Sunday afternoon. During the week It liau been the talk of th- city. Don't mlso this second addreas. The Blue Line Car passes the Church Door.