Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 17, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta
'I; * FRfiE BUS TO ALL TnA>NS. r^Sl~*.. V, ^-- r Mr Hotel Windsor � iiMY' Bert %^.S� a Day Hotel In Alberta. I LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD Floi'lNts-HoL'tlcultiirtilifitis k . Flowers,-'Potted Plants and Vegetable* Fivurhc Bros., tetlibridge THE SONG OF THE SWEET-DOUGH Dough Soh Me Dough Life's one prolonged harmonic chord When "Taylor-made" adorns your board Good Garden Seeds at planting time Is the All Important point to consider by those who Intend putting in a garden. We make it a special point each year to select only seeds that have been tested as to their germinating qualities. We are handling the following Reliable Seeds:-J. A. Simmers, Toronto; Steele, Briggs & Co., Toronto, and A. E, MacKenzle & Co., Brandon. Make your selections now and get what you want. Good Sound Winter Apples A nne selection. A whole cnrloaci to choose from. All the best late keeping MlnAs. Price per case $1.50 and $1.65. This is the cheapest and most wholesome fruit obtainaible at the present time. Order a box now. They will suit you. Office THE GOOD CO. store: Phtne 525 Phone1271 HIGH-CLASS GROCERIES WEATHER WEATHER Lethbridgc, clear ............. 55 Edmonton, cloudy ............ 5-1 Medicine Hat, fair ............ 46 Regina, cloudv .................. 33 - �" � ... 46 1 OF CANADA Open a Housekeeping Account and Pay Your Bills by Cheque There is a decided advantage in" depositing your housekeeping money in the Union Bank of Camada, and issuing Cheques for your expenditures. You avoid the risk of keeping a considerable sum In your home or carrying . It when shopping, and each Cheque, when cashed, becomes a Receipt A. B. KJNG, Actmg Manager - G. R. TINNING, Manager GRASSY LAKE BRANCH LETHBRIDGE BRANCH � BIG IRISH PARADE IN NEW YORK ' New York, N.Y., March IT.-More than 15,000 men planned to take part in the St. Patriclc Day parade here today. Two companies of cadets from Montreal, half a regiment of Irishmen from the west In ancient uniforms, and a company of girls dressed in white and wearing "Wide green sashes, besides various militan- organizations, were to participate. , Don't be Fussy About Eating V^urStomach Will Di9e�t Any Kind of Food When Given the Proper AMtrtance. We are prone to fall into the error of singling out some article of food and soundly berating the fiend who first invented the dish." The habit grows with some people till almost 'all food is put on the blacWiBt. This Is all wrong. Wtat is required-is a little assistance with those agencies iipon which scientific students for many years have set their seal of approval because, tliey have become ah-pdlute facts. Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets for all stomach disorders are recognized; they have a fine record; they are rated reliable, dependaJble and worthy of confidence just as the president of a big 'bank puts his 0 K on a depositor's check. And eo you can eat what you want, whatever you like, knowing well that should indi-XestiDn, sour risings, gas formations, fermentations or any other stomach distress arise, Stuart's Dyspepsia -Tablets in a lew moments will put you right. , Coated tongtie, bad ,breath, heart-bum, belching, flatulency, bloat-all the symptoms of digestive troubles -disappear quickly when these tablets :^are used. They are not a cure for anything but dyspepsia and kindred complaints. But they Ijave brought relief to more sufferers from digestive diseases than all the patent .medicines and doctor's prescriptions put together. ' The stomach does the heaviest work of any of the bodily organs, yet it's the one we treat with the least re-gard.r: We eat too much of the wrong kln4 of food, at any time. Tiie patient stomach stands such treatment as long as it can and then it rebels. You get notice of the rebellion in the shape of the gases and pains caused by undigested, fermenting food. Stuart'p Dyspepsia Tablets are sold ,nd recommended by all druggists at lOc a box. WEDNESDAY'S GRAIN PRICES Winnipeg, Man., March 17.-Opening and closing prices on the local grain exchange w^ere as follows: Wheat- Open May......... ... 154% July............ 153% October ........ 116% Oats- .May................ 66 July/...... ,...... Flax-May ...........�. 1S5 July............ 187 Vi October ..." ... ... ISSV: Closing Cash Prices No. 1 Northern........ , No. 2 Northern......... No. 3 Northern........, No. 4 ................ Close 152% 151% 115% 183V4 185% 187% ISlVi 150 V4 Prince Albert', clear Winnipeg, cloudy ............... 42 Calgary, clear .'.................. 48 Moose Jaw, clear ............. 44 Port Arthur, cloudy ......... 30 N'elsM ................................ 53 The weather throughout the prairie provinces has been fair and i')ilil. FORECAST : Western Provinces --B'air and mild today iind ou 'Vhi.ra-(lay. CITY AND DISTRICT Albion Ridge School Opens School opened at Albion Ridge on Wednesday, with Miss Wanless in charge. S.O.E. Meet Tonight The quarterly meeting of the Sons of England Benefit society, will be held tonight in tre S.O.E. hall at S o'clock. Al'i membera requested to at tend. A TONIC AND All Appetizei" At this season you are apt to feel run-down, yet not ill enough to consider your condition serious. What you need is something to stimulate the appetite and give your general health a stimulus. y.yars Spring Tonic is an e.vcellent remedy to build you up. It gives an appetite, aids digestion and increases the activity of the liver and kidneys. In other words^it sets all the machinery of health moving. PRICE $1.00 LARGE BOTTLE "Five Foolish Fashions" The address to young ladies by B\'a:ngelist Gilbart in St. .Andrew's church last evening on "Five Foolish Fashions," met with aff enthusiastic response. Over 200 young ladies listened with wrapt attention, as the speaker chatted to the "girls" in his characteristic, fatherly way on the foolish' features that so often creep into the life of the average young wc-man. The high ideals put before the ladies wi'il long linger in the minds of all who heard the adress. A nice feature of the service was the singing of a sweet hymn, "The Beautiful Life,' by Elvangelist McPherson, the composition and music being the production of Evangelists Gilbart and McPherson, respectively. The service in Westminster at 8 p.m. saw another packed church, the side rooms having to be , used. The address of "The Crucifixion 65% of Self" deeply touched and inspired 65% , the lives of every one present. The text was the philosophical statement of Mark 8:35-"Who so ever shall save his life shall lose it, but who so ever shall lose his life for My sake and the Gospel's, the same shall save it." The appreciation of the address was best evidenced by the wrapped at- The Red Cross Drug & 6ook'Co�� Limited Phone 555 Third Ave. S. THE BULLETIN BOARD Notice* for this Column should reach this Office before 12 o'clock noon on the day of publication The Miners' Band will hold a smoker tonight in the Labor Temple. Special Lenten mid-week service St. Cyprian's .Church, tonight, 8 o'clock. , Officers and members of Shekinah Chapter, R.A.M., instruction meeting, S o'clock tonight. M.B.M. degree. CITY AND DISTRICT Rest Room for Farmers' Wives One of the innovations now under way by the Board of Trade is a rest i room for farmers' wives. The need for such a convenience has long been felt. Farmers come into the city with their j teams, and their wives and children have no place where they can rest until the business of the day is completed. I Pentecostal Mission Dr. Lillian Yeomans and her sister of Calgary will on Sunday, March 21, take the services all day in Unity Hall, Fifth avenue North. Dr. Lillian Yeomans is ,a gifted speaker, and every-j one is given a hearty invitation to at-I tend these meetings. Breaking of bread at 11 a.ml and a special meeting at 3 n.m., and the usual meeting at 7.30 p"m. ............... 142 No. 5.................. 137% 147Vi I tention of the^arge ccmgregation. No. 6 Feed................. o=t�- No. 2 C. W............... No. 3 C. W,............. Extra No. 1 Feed.......... No. 1 Feed................ No. 2 Feed.............. Barley- No. 3 ,................ No. 4 ,................ Peed.................. Flajt- No. 1 N. W. C............ No. 2 C. W".............. Chicago Wheat May............ 157 July............ 123% September........ 110% Minneapolis Wheat May............ 149% July............ 143 September ........ 114 133% 129 63% 61% 61% 60% .59% 70 180 177 154% 121% 109% 146% ] 140% I 113% ! Tonight at 8 p.m., Mr. Gilbart speaks on "Woman's Rights." Come early to secure a seat. At 9 p.m. in Westminster church, he addresses the young men on "Five Wrong Moves in the Game of Lite." Xo yo-ang man bUouUI miss it. Song service at 7.45. FREE TRIAL COUPON F, A. Stuart Co., 150 Stuart BIdg.; Marshsll, Mich., send me at once jby.retum mail, a free trial packa^'iof Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets. "^'^ Name .................... Street ...';��-:;................. City ............State ......... LOCAL WHEAT PRIICES In car lots: No. 1 Northern.......... 138V4 No. 2 Northern.......... 137',4 No. 3 Northern.......... 135 A. R, W. prices same. Wagon lots: No. 1 Northern.........., 137 No. 2 Northern.........134 No. 3 Northern.......... 129 A. R. W. prices same. LIVESTOCK PRICES YESTERDAY Calgary: Hogs, ?7.2o; cattle. $7.00. Winnipeg: Hogs, ?7.25; cattle, $7.50.1 Chicago: Hogs, ?6.8b-$6.92; cattle, J5.80-I8.75. > ff : : : ? : ? ; : ? : > MEXICO CITY TODAY ? Jlexico City, .March 17.-A long statement, in which he pledges himself to take every possible precaution to assure the safety of the public in Mexico City, was issued last night by Provisional President Roque Gonzales Garza. He announced that martial law would be de- clared today. All Dii't Thoroughly Removed With Our (Made iii Eng'land) Sizes and Prices to suit everybody. See these time you town. the ucxt are down c. w. gray .;. .J. .> > .;. ;. g the Drinking Water The water is "muddy" today. Get a package of our ALUM put up specially for Jthat purpose. Half a leaspoonful is sufficient to clarify a gallon of water. lOc I'er Package J.D.I)pbo[|]8ni& Q. ItJ The ^�9CaZt Store War Pictures Off ^ The European war pictures will not i be shown at the Majestic tonight, as the management feel they are not absolutely authentic. .-Vfter considerable ^ trouble, the contract with the owners i of the films has been broken, and the I balance of their engagement here can-I celled. The theatre management regret that the films were not a'll that could be desired, but wish to state they were booked from a reputable company, who in the past, have never disappointed in the quality of their productions. AUCTION SALE AT 721 THIRD STREET SOUTH FRIDAY NEXT MARCH 19th AT 10.30 A. M. FRANK WADDINGTON is favored vvlth instructions from Mrs. Ida Wing, to sell by Public Auction on the premises as above the SUPERIOR HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE and effects including:-Gourlay Pianoforte in Mission Oak Case; Dining Room Set in Mission Oak consisting of Buffet, Dining Taible and Chairs; Mission Oak Rocker; Mission Oak Arm Chairs; Mission Oak Morris Chair; Mission Oak Folding Card Table; very handsome Chesterfield Lounge upholstered In Tapestry; Mission Oak Library Table; Basket and Cane Chairs; Wilton, Bnissels and Oriental Rugs and Carpets; Mahogany and Oak Dressers; Beds, Springs and Wool Mattresses; Cut Glass; Silver Plated items. Linen, etc.; Limoges-Coffee and Dinner Services and a large quantity of Kitchen'Requisites. ^ A Prompt Attendance Respectfully Requested. TERMS CASH-AUCTIONEER'S OFFICE, 11 STAFFORD BLOCK. BULLETIN PRZEMYSL FALL EXPECTED HOURLY London, March 17.-An official dispatch from Petrograd says that the fall of Przemysl, the Gallcian city, which has been holding out since early in the wrar against the Russian attackers, is expected within a few days. BRITISH REVERSES f IN DAf?DANELLES Dardanelles, Friday, March 12, via Constantinople, March 14 and London, March 17, 11.40 a.m.-The British met with a reverse today in an attempt to Clear the Dardanelles of mines. They lost three mine clearing ships and one sailing vessel. Considerable damage was infiicted to one British cruiser, ' under 'whose protection the operations were undertaken. The identity of this cruiser has not been established. ftBB Coffee Blue Ribbon Coffee and Baking Powder Blue Ribbon, the name sif|nilies all that i.s best. Always ask lor Blue Ribbon Cottee, Baking Powder, Tea, Spices, Jelly Powders and Extracts. They will give perfect satisfaction. You may be the best cook in the world but if the leaven you use is poor j'ou cannot gel satisfactoi^ results. Always use Blue Ribbon Baking Powder, it makes the lightest and best pastry and cakes. *MlEGISTERED <� mmw The Man and His Message -BY- William T. Ellis, LL.D. This thrilling 500-page book-on the life and work of America's Great Evangelist, is just off the press. C, B. MoKINNON is a Licensed Dealer and will call on you shortly, THE BOOK SELLS FOR $1.50. j B.C. ELECTION IN MAY ! "Vancouver, B.C., March 16.-Sir ! Richard McBride today assured a ' newspaper man that Hhe election I v/ould not be put off until September, as had been reported, and the genera'l ' impression now is that it will be held about the first week in May. Mother and Child Taken by Death at Mountain View GENERAL LEMAN REFUSES GERMAN PAROLE Paris, March 17.-General, Leman, Belgium defender of Liege, now a prisoner in Germany, has refused to ac- cept his liberty under a parole whicli the Germans have offered him, according to a letter received by one of-his friends, a major in a Belgian engineer corps. __ CUT FLOWERS and POTTED PLANTS Phone 1003. FRACHE BROS. FLORISTS. Mountain View, March 15.-A sad double bereavement � took place at Mountain View on Friday the i2th inst., when Mis. Lixzic Shaw passed away, her death being preceded by that of her infant daughter. The de-Ciiasetl was a daughter of Win. Webster, of Mountain View, and nisce cf Mrs. Martha Clarke, .'513 5th avenue .south, and a cousin of Mrs. .John Purman. / .She was'.hut in her early twenties, arid much loved by a large circle of local young people. She was until lately a resident of Lcthhridge, where the bereaved husband is a well known tradesman, and the greatest sympathy is extended to him by all his acqUaintancRs, FUNERAL AT MOUNTAIN VIEW Mountain View, Alta., May 16.-Liz zie Webster Shaw was interred here on Sunday last. Deceased was a mem ber of one of the largest and most influential families in the'south country, 53 members being prepent, liiclud-ing Mrs. John Purman, Wm. Pratt and Mrs. Martha Clafke, residents of Letli-bridge; Messrs. Thos. Duce and Hep-pier represented Cardston, and Trooper Cosley the friends in the garrison. Union Evangelistic Services WESTMINSTER CHURCH Second Address to Young Men TONIGHT AT � O'CLOCK -SUBJECT- "Five Wrong Moves in the Game of Life" Pi'ogi'ainine tor This Week WEDNESDAY 8 P.M.-^','Womftn's Rights."' THURSDAY 3.30 P.IVl.-Married Ladies' Rally. THURSDAY 8 P.M.-Yoiing People's Rally-"Empire Builders oC Tomorrow," FRIDAY 4 P.M.-Children's iMeetlng. FRIDAY B P.M.-"Men's Rights." SONG SERVICE each evening at 7.4i)-a special invitation to members o( other Choirs to join the Union Choir. iWhyPidJuntBynlipif?