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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - March 16, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta FREE BUS TO ALL TRAINS. Hotel Windsor Bell SI.25 a Day Hotel In D> DAILY HERALD Mail Your Watch To the Leading ARMSTRONG AND RAWORTH BROS, When kneading dough The dough you need is TAYLOR MADE' 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 or NORWICH UNION FIRE OR SICKNESS POLICY. Other lines of Insurance as .well PLATE GLASS, ANIMAL., AUTOMOBILE W. A. Levitt MARKETS TUESDAY'S GRAIN PRICES Winnipeg, March Opening and closing prices on the grain exchanges today were Slay ijuly 'Oct. Oats- May July I May Open Close 1.5-1 J 1.54; 1.1SJ 1.57 1.55} 1.18JS C6; 60 Flax- May July Oct l.SS 1-021 1.88} 1.81. 1.91 Ottawa, March IB. The Liberals Tvere in caucus this morning and though nothing was divulged at the conclusion it is understood that the chief question discussed was the in- vestigation in the public accounts committee provided [or last week 07 The adoption of a resolution referring io the committee the correspondence between the auditor-general and the militia department concerning expen- ditures under the war appropriations. The. it is understood, decided what purchases made by the militia department should be investigated in the committee. The length of the session will depend on developments. WINNIPEG CASH PRICES Wheat- No. 1 Nor................... 2 Nor................... 1.52J No. 3 Nor................... 1.19} No. 1 1.44 >'o. s 1.40 No. 6 1.36 rted Oats- N'o. 2 C. W. G4 No. 3 C. W. G1J Extra No. 1 Feei 81} No. 1 Feed GOJ No. i Feed 50 No, 3 77 No. 4 72 Feed 70 NV. 1 N. W. C........... 1.85 .No. 2 C. Yf................. 1.82 j CHICAGO May 1.59 1.57f July 1.24} 1.23f Sept................. 1.114 1.10 .MINNEAPOLIS !JIar 1.5U 1.50 1.45i 1.43J Sept........ l.K" I.14J- (JKOCUKIEK ATKCOX-OMV Iniporllil; u very fine -M' for pivstMil usi'; out of rec-t'ivcil last week, 10 suit you. Per Cast1 lleuuly. XcvvUni 1'ippiu. (a salt. I'tr Cadi- ...............I1.S5 NAVEL mill Specials til...............17'ic, CALIFORNIA I'or Dozen.............................25c FLORIDA GRAPE lurse I'rift- oaiMi .............................10c pound ................15c FRESH nud I'or Pouml 10c FINEST ............40c NEW LAID ilozon for .............55C SWIFT'S PREMIUM .......32c SWIFTS PREMIUM BACON in piece ......30c SWIFT'S PURE ;ls .'.....45c 5s ......7Sc CANNED tills for .........35c CANNED Tin ..................10c CANNED. Tin CANNED Tin .................10c GREEN GAGE PLUMS; heavy syrup; 3 tins Special. Javil- anil ov fresllly ground, por pound.....40c per pound ..................25c Spceiitl LUcml; nolliing 'uytier fur the money; per pound ......................10c Or pounds for 3 pounds (or Office: Phone 1271 THE GOOD CO. HIGH-CLASS GROCERIES Phwie 525 WEATHER 50 .33 54 J6 Lethbridge, fair..... Edmonton, fair...... Calgary, clear...... .Medicine Hat, fair .Moose Ja'w, cloudy Rogina, cloudy....... Prince Albert, fair.. Winnipeg, cloudy..... Port Arthur, clear........ The weather throughout the west has beeu mostly fair mid comparative- ly mild. A few local snow flurries liave occurred in southern Saskatche- wan, Forecast Western Provinces: Fair and com- paratively mild today and Wednesday.' 31 CITY AND DISTRICT Suat. Ansley in Calgary Acting Superintendent Ansley is in Calgary attending a meeting of dis- trict superintendents in the office of General Superintendent Stevens. Full Meeting of.the B." of'T. Tonight The first regular meeting of the 3oard of Trade since the annun'i meet-' ing, 'will be held tonight in the Board i rooms, commencing at S o'clock. I j Arch Masons Meet i Officers and members of Shekinah', Chapter, H.A.M., will meet tomorrow 1 [Wednesday) night in ihe Masonic' lali for instruction. The work will be I v n tlic 3I.E.M- degree, and Ex. Comp. 1. S. Dore will be in charge. Looklnn at C.P.R. Ready Mades T. 0. Francis Herzer of the hind de- partment of the C.P.R. is in ihe city vith prospective purchasers or C.P.R. ready-made farms in this district. Those who are looking over the com- pany's laod are J. H. Meyer, Hy. Hein- lacli and Jacob Schlazer, all of N7e- raska. A TONIC Aii Appetizer At this season I you arc apt to feel run-down, yei not ill enough, to consider your condition ser- ious. What you need is something to stimulate the appetite and give your general health a. stim- ulus. JVyal's Spring' Tonic is an excellent, remedy to build you up. ft gives an appetite, aids digesiloc and increases the aciivity of the liver and kidneys. In other sets all the machinery of health moving. PRICE LARGE BOTTLE The Red Cross Drug Book Co., Limited THE BULLETIN BOARD Notlcei for this Column ihould reach thlt Office bei'oro 12 cTelock noon on the day of publication The Loyal Order of Moose "will meet tonight at Moose Hall, corner Second avenue a'ud Firth street South at S o'clock. Installation of officers for the year. CITY AND DISTRICT! Police Court One drunk ;msiyered the roll cull at police court tliis morning, and was fined and costs. First Aid Certificates Here Certificates for the members of the I.O.D.B. class In first aid, liavo been issued by the Si. John's Ambulance association, and mav 'be had by calling at the. office of Fire Chief Hardy. Wants to Exchange Lots for Taxei A ratepayer waited on the council this morning with a request that the1 Kcrnie, B.C., March city take over a certain property on i Nine more recruits left Fernie yester- Fifth avenue North, which it would I day, bound for the coaat, to join the eventually be compelled to purchase utll JnBenh j. R. as a for S portion of (he street, in e utll e L. S. the line of JiGid engineering than what Gordon Johnson lias already clamber- ed over In his work, which has taken him all over the mountains of East IContenay. Mis hoy friends presented Mm with a beautiful wrist v.-stcli, and the "old- timers" of the town gave him a fine set of pipes with which to while away any leisure hours he may catch as they flit by in tlie flurry of military life. A larRc of people were at the station to say good bye to him this evening. than two hundred men liavo left ihe ton-n for tlio front, and they seem to he just beginning to leave. The insurance companies doing busi- m Alberta this year number SS j Drown, L. S. Derbyshire, A. Howison, ness hi Alberta this year number SS nJ lsCOn-1 Walter Hii'l, Jamos A. Hone anil Ad- fire 33 life; 9 accident; 16 indem- olpn Mellehm of Farnle, J. Tliorajj-lnily 13 fraternal 3 live-stock, and sou of Michel anil Louis LaiitMer of 1.0 companies. sidering.. the offer. New "Indian" on Display D. E MacDonald, southern Alberta gent for the Motocycle, re- ceived the first new machine of the season this morning, vvnen a dazzling 1935 model arrived direct from; the factory in Toronto. The machine an display at Mr. Mac-Donald's shop on Fifth Ei.reei. and is the object of admiration on the pare cf the local speed fiends. 111 London, March 16, p. The Russians again are advancing io ii or th tern Bukowina, according tc a despatch received here by the Ex- change Telegraph company from Bu- charest, Roumania. The operations oing forward slowly because of arc go the ba d weather. Near Novo Sulitsa, The Russians carried Austrian trench- es at the point of the bayonet, the Auslrians retreating with heavy losses. LOCAL MARKETS Track prices: No. 1 Northern No. 2 Nortrern.......... No. 3. Northern.......... A. R. Vf. prices same. Wagon load prices: No. 1 Northern........ No. 2 Northern.......... No. 3 Northern.......... A. R. W. prices same. 140% 137' 13S' 135 LIVESTOCK PRICES YESTERDAY L1VESTOCK PRICES YESTERDAY Lenten Services at St. Cyprian's The mid-week Lenten service will he held in St. Cyprian's Church tomor- row evening at S o'clock, when Canon McMiiien" will continue bis series or discourses on "The Call of God." The attendance at this service is growing week by week, and Mr. McMillen's ad- dresses are being very mucli appre- ciated. Holy Communion will be cele- brated as usual on Thursday morning at 7.00 a.m. Our Wasteful Commissioners Here is material tor Ine opponents the comm'ssion of gorern- mmt JOE in AGAIN nil iS tM2'thB extravagant trio. Commissioner Chicago. Hogs, Ifcoo-fOo; cattle, i Grace always M thg ]ook.out tor an _____________ opportunity to wield the economy J hook, separated a one cent, stamp from CARD OF THANKS Ian Unu3ed stamped return envelope, Mr. and Mrs. Edmund E Peck and iin oriler to aave o cent. He was highly family wish to thank their friends for [commended for his move, until Mayor the kindness in their bereavement IHartlle came to "se the sflid stamp. in the death of their little sou, Harry Commissioner Grace's efforts to cur- Loveland, and also for the beautiful ta" LBe civic expenditure went for nnotlicr attempt will be made to dls floral tributes. nought; for it wag discovered, when ilialify Mayor Taylor was the figured ua that tne mucilage retjui Just Arrived X large shipment of the weil-Jcnown remedy for kidney troubles The Store OVER London. March 16 The regular semi-weekly report on the progress oE the fighting was given out todav by the British authorities. It is dated [-March 15, and reads: "Fighting in tho Neuve- Cbappelle area was very severe March 12. dur- ing the night of March 12-13 and throughout, the 13th. In no case did the Germans succeed in recapturing any of the ground tliey lost. "The prisoners in our possession, taken since March. 10, numher 1700, of whom 30 are officers. Judging from the number ot dead counted on tbe ground, the total German losses dur- ing the operations from March 10 to March 13 on the Neuve Chappelle front, cannot be less than or 1S.OOO." Vancouver, B.C., March Theft AUCTION SALE AT 72! THIHD STREET SOUTH FRIDAY NEXT MARCH 19th AT 10.30 A. M. FRANK WADDINGTOX Is favored with initructioni from Mrs. Ida Wing, to sell by Public Auction on the premiiet as above the SUPERIOR HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE and effects Pianoforte in Mission Oak Cage; Dining Room Set l.i Mission Oak consisting of BufTct, Dining Table aud Chairs; Mission Oak Rocker; Mission Oak Arm Chairs; Mis- sion Oak Morris Chair; .Mission Oak Folding Card TaLlo: very handsome Chesterfield Lounge upholstered In Tapestry; Mission Oak Library Table; .Beak-el and Caoe. Chairs; Wilton, Snivels.and Oriental Rugs'and'Cirpets; and Oak Dressers; Beds, Springs and Wool Mattresses: Cut Glass; Silver Plated Items, Linen, etc.; Limoges-Coffee and Dinner, Services and a largo quan- tity of'Kitchen Requisiiee. A Prompt Attendance Respectfully Requested. itRMS OFFICE, 11 STAFFORD BLOCK, jio pjaze ilie stamp on another envel- "ope, cost a cent and a half. Union Evangelistic Services Last evening witnessed one of the most unique services .In the series of the special services in Westminster Methodist church. It was a free land easy time. The Bible reading on I "The Great Confession" was -very much enjoyed. The aiisivers to the question "How would you answer the question of tue man who said he did t not believe in evangclistc i brought forth a great diversity o[ and much merriment. To- night tne service begins at 7.-I5, and will likely witness a packed cliurcli. The address on "The Crucifixion of Consumers should look closely at Self" will be given, and at 0 p.m: in the weight of their tea and see that 9t. Andrew's church the second ad- they are not paying- for wraoper at 'ment made tonight by JJr. Joseph Mar tin. When ashed "resardirig the mat- ter, Jlr. Martin "I have every reason, to helicve t stejis will be dlsqnalify. Mr. Taylor, on the grounds that he IB not the rightful owner of the lot on which he la qualified." The lot in question Is the famous J-Ialfonl-Taylor property, which has been used by the mayor for qualifica- tion purposes during three civic cam- paigns. It was rumored orior to the election that if Mayor Taylor defeated Alderman Hepburn .at the. polls, his right to .occupy the chief magistrate's chair would be attacked on that sround. dress to young ladies o'n "Five Foolish Fashions." One hundred and young Sadies listened Io the address of lat week, and St. Andrew's church [should lie packed tonight. Special re- Terence ahould he made to the splen- :dld union choir of last 30 I the able direction o[ Mr j McPhereon. We have still room (or a few mere on the platform and cordial- ly Invite singers to use their bestow- Jed talents In this special effort to up- 'lift the city. the lea price. "SALADA" is packed in aluminum packet; and there is full, weight of tea inside the packet. CUT FLOWERS and POTTED PLANTS Phone 1003.- FlUCIIE BROS. FLORISTS. 'London, March -whole of the Canadian division has now been engaged, is the statement of Prjvate Morgan of the Second Field Ambu- lance, who ia now at the Canadian hos- pital 'at Cliveden. They relieved one another or else parts of the British forces. Sir John French had more than once congratulated the Canadians in various parts of the field on their readiness; Private Morgan [s suffering from aij affection of the right eye, possibly caused by an infinitesimal .piece of shell of which he was 'unconscious at the time he was struck. The Canadian Fie'id Ambulance had a dressing station within half a mile of the foremost trendies, .arid jnem- bers went out in the night to fetch in their wounded, then sending them to hospitals at the base. 'The Canadian ambulance has also to do the work of a laundry, washing the shirts of ths" men engaged in the trenches. AGENTS-WANTED Ilosmer, made up the squad, and they were given a good send-off by A and 1J companies. 107th Kootenay Rifles and Lhe buglo band. "BILLY" SUNDAY'S AiESSAGE AN. Humlreaa of people 'were at the sla- Extraordinary tion io see them and bid them Qliarter mllllon converts. Thrilling on tlieir venturesome journey. An event out of the ufual transpir- ed this evening, when Gordon Johnson, sou of Postmaster Johnson, and one of the oldest young- boys of Fenilc, left For-HaUfax, where he Is to join a spe- cial artnlery service corps, which is being formed to be sent Io the front as soon as organization and mobilization can be accomplished.. Gordon .John- son is one of Ferme's best known and weli-iiked yoiinjr" having lived j here fvom the rounding of the. town. Ie is a graduate of ihe School of Practical as a civil engineer, .and has had several years hard training .in the field "with Mr. A. Cumniings. His work has" made him not only lit as to mental training, but being a clean liver he goes to the front hard aa nails ,OQd. well- fitted for the work ahead of him in the field artil- la ivliicJi -branch of the service he is to ij'e 'aBSigned. He will Ue ipined at Toronto by one of his" college chums, Ned Davidson, trained in ;.the same line, and they ex- pect to be, chums .it the front. U vill be a pretty rough country book. Everybody orders. Make six to ten dollars daily. Sample book frne ou promise to canvass, Bi'jie House. Brantfonl. Sl-K 'Billy' Sunday The Man ami His Message William T. Ellis, LL.D. This thrilling 500-piQe bo life and work of Ameri 's Great Evangeliit juit off he press. C, B. McKINNON i Licensed Dealer and wl call on you shortly. THE HOOK SELLS FOR that will difficulties in U. S. WARSHIP INJURED Washington, D.C., March battleship Connecticut broke one or her shafts lust Sunday while- man- oeuvring In Guantnnamo Bay, and naw is bound for Philadelphia under her own steam, convoyed by the naval col- f. Orient. The hull cC the Connecti- cut, was uninjured, and .no one was hurt. GERMANS STRICKEN OFF LIST Paris, are now no tierman m embers of the-Frerch Acad- emy of Science, Tor Ihe last four names on the rol'l were ordered atrick- en off at a session last night. The last of the Germans to be ex- jelled were Professors von Bazor of Munich, Waldeyer of- Berlin, Fischer gf Berlin irid Klein of GoctCingen. Why Did June Run Awpy? Union Evangelistic Services WESTMINSTER CIITJKCH iSecolid Address Young- Ladies St. Andrew's Church, Tuesday Foolish Fashions" Programme for This Week TUESDAY 8 Crucifixion of Self-" TUESDAY 9 Foolish St. Andrew's Church.) WEDNESDAY 8 Jtights." WEDNESDAY 9 Wrong Moves in the Game of Men's Rally. THURSPAY 3.30 Ladles' Rally. THURSDAY B People's Uuilders 6f Tomorrow." FRIDAY 4 Meeting. FRIDAY.8 Rights." SONG SERVICE each "evening at special invitation to members other Cliolra to join the Union Choir. NEW WESLEY CJIUKCII FIRST ANISIVERSARY SUPPER IN IJALL TONIGHT TABLES 6 TO 8 O'CLOCK. SUPERIOR PROGRAMME IN CHURCH AUDITORIUM. Admission to ;