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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - March 15, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta FREE BUS TO ALL TDAINS. Hotel Wki'dsor Best 21.25 a Day Hotel in Alberta. DAILY HERALD Mall Your Watch Repairs To Leading Jewelen ARMSTRONG AND RAWORTH BROS. When kneading dough The dough you need is i: GKOCE1MKS AT Kl'ONOMY PRICES IrtilH-riiil, n ter.r fiiio Apple for usf, out of our iX'ix'iveil last week. riii'.cs lo suit Per Case llcnuly. Xewiun IMiipiu, In Per Case NAVEL anil Specials 221-c, CALIFORNIA .............................25c FLORIDA GRAPE Ilirse Price each .............................lOc ................I5c FRESH 'anil I'er Poiitnl lOc FINEST Dozen NEW LAID dozen for .............55C SWIFT'S PREMIUM .......32o SWIFT'S PREMIUM BACON In uleoc ......30c SWIFT'S PURE 3a ......45c 5s ......75c CANNED (Ins for .........35c CANNED .Tin ___'.............10c CANNED Tin ..................10e CANNED GREEN GAGE PLUMS; heavy syrup; S HUE Special, Java and or freshly ground, per pound.....40c per pound..................25c Special lilenil; nothing 'boiler for (Up money; per pouuil ......'................40e Or pounds for ............-..........J1.00 Mai-.icaluo, 'i pouuds tor Office: Phone 1271 HIGH-CLASS GROCERIES Store: Phane 525 WEATHER An Exclusive Insurance Business PERSONAL ATTENTION Companies Strong. Kcliablc Prompt Payment of Claims when you hive an EXCELSIOR LIFE POLICY or GUARDIAN ACCIDENT AND GUARANTEE POLICY or NORWICH UNION FIRE OR SICKNESS POLICY. Otlitr lines of Insurance as well PLATE GLASS, ANIMAL, AUTOMOBILE W. A. Levitt Lethbriilge, rli'Uily Kdmonton, dciwly Prince Albctl. fair.......... Cylgary, doildy "Uoojit1 Mciiifinc Ihu, cloudy cknuly................. Winnipeg, cluiuly Port Arlliur Nelson Tne ivcatlier in iW.initobn katchewan has been 211 33 Sas- "air anil an MONDAY'S CHAIN PRICES Winnipeg, Man., March ing and dosinc prices on Che grain es change today were: A DAY AT THE FAIR San Francisco, CaJ... March toial attendance at the Panama-Pac- ific exposition for. three weeks ending Friday, was announced officially to- day to have been an approxi- mate average of a day. The daily average tor the firet two weeks approximately Open la-ML' July............ October Slay............ July............ Gli'li May............ Flax IS5 July Ociober.......... Closing Caah Prices Xo. i Xortherii.......... I No. 2 Northern.......... j No. 3 Northern.......... I No. 2 C. No. 3................. No. 1 N. W. C............ Chicago Wheat 157" niniirralPly cold. In Aiberta cloudy and -iiild. FORECAST: Western Provinces Kiir ioduy and Tuesday, not much change iri temperature. CITY AND DISTRICT Hat's New City Solicitor S. G- Bannon has been appointed Closo j city solicitor of Medicine Hat. 15 SHERLOCK BUILDING OFFICE AND RESIDENTIAL SUITES, VAULTS AND SAFE- TY DEPOSIT DRAWERS. Most, up-lo-daie building in the West. Coolest rooms in summer. Fire and sound-proof COUELTUC- tidn. Elevator service Running water iu all suites. Gss installation for domestic use. Furnishing 'by arrangement. All enquiries at the building any elevator bell in hall. July September 155 117 is: 15534 189% 154 153 150 183% May July September Minneapolis Wheat 148 142 112% Nelson In Cent Belt If arch 1 Xelsoii's info the cent belt. On that day Nelson banks put fiUL'O one-cent pieces into circula- lion. Cranbrook Paper Ceases Publication The Cranbrook Prespeclor anncunc- ed iu its'last issue that it would not be issued again, for fiuancia'l reasons, the paptr not having naitl expenses for some time past. Moves to Lethbridge Chas. Harris, one ot Lbe oldest en- ginemen ou the C.P.R. in Craubroofc, has been transferred to Lethbridge. He has been a continuous resident of (Iiis city for the nasc twelve Cianbrook Herald. Spring Necessities FOK THE FAKM Blue Stout1 Strychnine Gophercidc Kill-Em-Qmck MAIL ORDERS RECEIVE PROMPT ATTENTION The Red Cross Drug Book Co., Limited Third Ave. S. Will McBride Quit? Vancouver, March no new date lias been announced since Sir Richard JMcUrldc declared the postponement 10, it is Lliut Conservative lions are proceeding, and...most of the nominations have been marie liy the end-of this Avcck. In ihe mean- time air Richard McBride is consid- ering the unc.vpL'ctcd position created by thu refusal of the govcrnnfenL sup- porters to agree to his raiJw.iy pro- gram. With the passing of days it looks-as ii either the premier would drop this feature of Lhe jjovcriuncnt's policy or the'party will go to ths country under new leadership. A de- cision one way or the other will prob- ably be readied within a few days. Do You Get It? You Should! Ask your grocer for a sack CITY AND DISTRICT Look Who's Here Dr. D'Arc of Diamond City Is a visi- tor in town today. Benjamin Campbell of and'; The city clerk tend Liun al the council morning from the police commission bating lliat sonic reductions had been made at the children's shelter. I lie probation officer, according i commimicii- ands of dollars which should rightly meeting this ue spent among the local merchants, was being tJila-tj put of the city by these illegal solicitors or peddlars, and he thought it would he worth Lliu city's while tj> appoint an agent at a lationablc, reasonable salary to lor and capture these travelling pcd- J Heid'and S I. Halpm of How new schedule, gets SlOO a month MVI_ land are registered at the Alexandra. I matron, and the maids each "There is hardlv a lawvcr 'Iocs not semi out bf Kesp Off the Chief Skelton is watching for zens who are feud of taking short cute across Spring is com- hospital is reduced from to 25 [or evBrvdaJ. law rorms !etUc j iiiontb, and the matron from 'o i heads itaitlMr Sage A delegation from the fair board, i" jlt Ball ju cvcry daj. usc tliat there was LOCAL MARKI Track, Xo. 1 Northern...... No. 2 Northern No. "3 Northern .1 A. R. W. prices same. Wagon lot prices: -Vo. i North ere...... No. 2 Northern...... Ko, 3 Northern A. R. JV. prices same. Poultry Meeting Adjourned The meeting of the Poultry associa- tion, called for Tuesday evening, March 16, has been postponed until Thursday evening, March IS.x Tne meeting 'n-111 be held in the'Board ot Trade Building at 8 o'clock. Birds of ihe American and Asiatic'breeds will be oU exhibition, and the meeting open to any person interested. 134 131 U'S Th Evangeliitic Services largest congregation gathered Story Soniewhat Overdrawn Major Brown, commanding C Squad- ron of the 13th..Regiment of the C. M. desire's that Herald correct the impression given its readers with re- gard to toe fracas between Private Lee and Corpora1! Boyd. Apparently the account was somewhat over- drawn. Lee, according to Major Brown, applied a very dUtutetul epi- thet to the corporal, and tbe offense was punished by a short sentence to fatigue duty. "The account as It "was sent from said Brown, "was very misleading." Major together for years in rilethodist cliurcl; greeied Evangelise Gilbart- at the evening service last evening. Tiic church was packed and ihe side doors had lo-be obened. The service was moat impressive, and the address gave a new view point in re- ligion. Moat people have the idea thai it_is a great struggle to 'itve the j Christian, life, and that ihe easier way Is to go the downward way. Taking as a test, the words of Solcman: "The way' of ihe transgressors is the speaker easily, cleariy and vividly proved that the.natural trend of life ia up, not go riown breaks all the Divine laws of the and to surmount ihe barriers to that downward life proves in his own body, mind and soul that "tlie way of the transgressors Is liard." The complete programme for this week appears in another-plaee. Plan to take in some J of these services. There is a welcome-" for you. Just Arrived A large shipment of Jad's Salts the -weH-known repnedy for kidney troubles ing-, and the grass is starting to sprout consisting 01 President Adams. M'W- ccrtain ammmt lvol.k lho If ihe bonlevsirds are lo look agcr JlcNlcoI, and Hush Boyd, went local llot hut Mv prettiest, there should be no j away witli tlia following proposition: Sase sajd llc tnat ln; walking across them. The chief I llc MUMS! will undertake to give to consideration, that in addition merely wants to remind the citizens thcm ai once, on tlieir deficit, tllcre a srnat 0[ work senl that crosslne a boulevard is an offense Provided they will accept whatever out. ot lown_ wllicll jj again. y.ttieir under the city bylaws. Prize Winners at Crockery Sale amount comes in on the grant. is needed, but the council figuies on only 50 per cent, of the tuxes, so that the amount in the estimates for here. The matter was brought to a head is to V 'ered in the crockery sale ou Sixth 1926, Mr. Hubbard, first prize. No. 1-168, Mies Knowles, second prize; No, 1153, Mrs. Archer, third -xl. percentage comes i The city; councils In Belleville and J3rockville, and other forms ol fossils, which the city's bank referred when tlie mayor offered 3Ir. Sage tile 'position on a per cent, basis, i. e. ;tjlive per cent, oi all he could save tho city in licenses. Jlr. Sage is consifl- pring the oiler seriously. The chartcf amendments which come before ihe legislature at tho Smith day night in the presence of a recori crowd. mg tiioir flouschecping expenses, ig- jn ovcr aud th question OI- Tiprcd HIE city clerk's appeals tor. m- Uie band tho was Taber Hopeful of Irrigation Signs are houeful for the comple- tion of Lha irrigation project tor the Taber district, although W. W. Doug- las, who is looking after the neces- legislation before the session in Edmonton states that the C.P.-R- ie for certain concessions In con- nection with all their Irrigation pro- jects in Alberta, which may have some effect on the Taber proposition in the way of delaying its completion. It ja understood that the trtTuble between the C.KR. and the farmers of the Bas- sano district over the irrigation pro- jects in that district has led tbe C.P.H. to ask .that the irrigation projects be taken over and operated uy the farm- applied to the branch at Drockville, attd was in turn advised that tlie L-S- limates in these model cities would not be made up until -about ..June. Lethbridge exnects to have the larg- est proportion of her taxes collected liy Chat time, and to be, possessed of a fair guage on what it is going to spend in Jfllfi, so the information will he'somewhat, fossilized when it; does arrive', and thu commissioners will.go ahead with their final revision of the estimates 'without the guiding light from, Unekville. Robert Sage waited on tlie city fa- thers with a plea that an officer be appointed to hold a net lor tlie tran-1 sient trade solicitors, the ones who come in and sell articles made in Toronto, or which can he GENERAL HENDERSON. CHIEF OF ENGLISH AVIATION SECTION IN FRANCE PROGRAM FOR OPENING OF ST. BASIL'S SCHOOL ers themselves, after completion hy the railway company. Whether it is their intention to ask for this conces- and 'many trips lo the banks' t'owhi thus relieving the merchants liete of considerable hook- sion in connection with the Taber pro- deposits, Mr Sage .spoke from ject Is not kno'wn definitely, although tnet pnntct s point ol view, hut in- eluded every form oi rntjrchandjsc. He was of the opinion that many thous- it is Times. -Wednesday, 'March 17th will be busy day in the church of the Patron drowned. I Saint, llishop McN'ally, ot Calgary, is j expected to arrive on Tuesday night, and will preside at Holy Mass at 8 o'clock on Wednesday morning at St. Patrick's church. Solemn Hiph Mass will be celebrated at 10.30. The opening oi the new Sfc. Basil's school will Lake place at 2.30.' Alter tire blessing (and opening by the Bishop, a reception .will bo tendered Bishop Mc- Nally by the school children and the Separate school board. At 8 p. in. the'Irish negan's will he given in three yiits, with .specialties and chor- uses by tlic school children between f 1 he acts. GERMANS SINK. SWEDISH VESSEL Hull, -via London, March teen survivors of the crew of the Swedish schooner Hanna, 'which was lorpcdocd by a submarine ofE Scar- uprough-on the east coast of-England, earlv Saturday mornjnjj, were landed here this evening Ijy a steamer which picked them up. Six of the crew were either killed by the explosion IJrcrre Fortune Jaume. the famous French detective., died in Paris re- ccntly at the age of 60 years. I Vita. Snydei, ni-Mayor ol Waterloo, Ontario, JE ic his sist-y-niiiln year: -Tlic General Is shown at the rear of the into, liiursluu ia nearest Iiim with liiH back to th0 camera, -French Iias-rcpeatecily intntioneii the services rtncterccl 'liy O'eneral CUT. FLOWERS and POTTED PLANTS Phone 1CC3. FUACIIE BROS. FLORISTS. NEW B, C. Cafe Now Open GOOD MEALS .........25c UP NICELY FURNISHED, WELL KEPT ROOMS....... ...25c CHOP SUET, NOODLES, ICE CREAM, FRUIT AND CONFECTIONERY KEAX BLOCK (Formerly occupied by City Of fleet, 2nd Avtnue South) 'Billy' Sunday The Man and His Message William T. LL.D. This thrilling 500-page book on the life work of Amerl- ca's Great Evangelift is just off he prcis, C. B. McKINNON i Licensed Dealer and will "eallon you shortly. THE BOOK SELLS FOR Union Evangelistic Services WESTMINSTER CHURCH Second Address to Young. Ladies St. Andrew's Church, Tuesday at9 p.m. Foolish Fashions" Programme for This Week MONDAY 8 Prayer and Testimony Servics. TUESDAY 4 Service. TUESDAY B Crucifixion.of Self." TUESDAY 9 Foolish (In St. Andrew's Church.) WEDNESDAY e Rights." WEDNESDAY 9 Wrong .Moves in the Game of Men's Rally. THURSDAY 3.30 Lndius' Hally. THURSDAY 8 People's Builders of Tomorrow." FRIDAV 4 Meeting. FRIDAY 8 Rights." SONG SERVICE each evening at special Invitation to member! of other Choirs to loin the Union Chofr. NEW WESLEY CHUKCH FIRST ANNIVERSARY SUPPER IN WESLEY HALL TONIGHT TABLES S TO S O'CLOCK. SUPERIOR PROGRAMME IN CHURCH AUDITORIUM. Admission to J ;