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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - March 18, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta FREE BUB TO ALL TRAINS. Hotel Windsor Beit Day Hold In Alberta. LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD Polled piinti, Vegetable! FRACHE BROS. J THE SONG OF THE SWEET-DOUGH Dough Soh Dough Life's one prolonged harmonic chord When "Taylor-made" adorns your board AX OLD RECIPE TO DARKEN HAIR Common garden Sags and Sulphur makes streaked, faded or gray hair dark and glossy at once. Almost everyone knows that Sage Tea and Sulphur, properly compound- fd, brings back the natural color and lustre to the hair when faded, jtreak- ed or also ends dandriin. itch- Ins scalp and stops falliuc hair. Years ago ihe onlv way to get this mixture was to make it -at home, which mussy and troublesome. Nowadays we simply ask at any drug store for "Wyeih's Sase and Sul- phur Compound-'" i ou will get a MARKETS THURSDAY'S GRAIN PRICES Winnipeg. March IS. Opening and closing prices on the grain exchanges loday were Wheat- May Good Garden Seeds at planting time All Important point to consider by thoie who Intend putting In garden. make ipeclal point each year to telect only seeds that have been tested at to their germinating qualities. We are handling the followinB Reliable J. A. Simmers, Toronto; Steele, Brlflgn Co., Toronto, and A.'E. MacKenzle Co., Brandon. Mzks your selections now and get what you Good Sound Winter Apples A fine selection. A whole carload to choose from. AH tho'besl late keeping kinds. Price per case and This is tlio cheapest and most wholesome fruit obtainable at the present Lime. Order a box now. They will suit you. office Phone 1271 THE GOOD CO. HIGH-CLASS GROCERIES 525 WEATHER Mas. 57 .Min. 27 2S Lethbridge, cloudy Kclmoiilon, [air..... -IS Calgary, cloudy...... 5-1 .Medicine Hat, -U :U lloose Jaw, clcudy -14 Prince Albert, fair -U Hegina, cloudy....... :1S 1-1 H Xclson............ :iO The weather in .Manitoba has been clear and moderately cold: in Sas- katchewan and Alberta mosl'ly clear and mild. Forecast i Manilolia Saskatchewan: Fairj and u little colder today and Friday. Albsrta: Fair and mild. j CITY AND DISTKICT Miners' Band Celebrates Si. Patrick's Day was fittingly cele- band I phur Lompouna- ion win get a I _ bottle ior about 50 ce-nts. Everybody j-.......................... uses this old, famous recipe, because l.SU no one can possibly tell you that you darkened as it does it sol naturally and evenly. You dampen a j _ CAbH _ sponge or soft brush with it and drtnv j 1 Nor .ibis through your hair, taking out j Nn. '2, Nor sniti" strrnd at a. time; by morning tlie any hair disappears, and after another application or two. your hair .teauiHUliy dart, ihick and i elossy and you look years younger, i Sold by j. Htginbotham and Co.. Limited. j- Nor Oats 2 C. o. C. V." Barley 1.S3 1.85 1.86 PRICES 1.19" Wool Buyer in City 'hos. Hyley, one of the oldest wool I buyers in the '.vest, who represents ihe firm ci J. Koshland Co., Boston, is in the city to attend the meeting of il'e woo! growers on Friday. Messrs. Haicli Lewis are the local agents of ihifi known wool firm. N'O- i Flax- No. 1 X. EHANDRO RE-ELECTED Edmonton, Alta., March 18 The provincial bye-election in liitfcrd resulted in the re-elec- tion of Saandro, Lib- eral, by a majority of -50 over Roman Kramer, Conservative. May jJuiy Sept. I July Sept. C CHICAGO Lethbridge Lodge to Meet Lethbridge Lodge, Xo. 33, A.F. A.M.. holds Us regular meeting tonight JLI S o'clock prompt in the Masonic ball. General business oi an Import- ant nature will be transacted, and the second degree will be conferred. Vis- iting brethren are assured a hearty 1.10 123 Avoid March COLDS March is a month of extremes in Temperature and a time when colds are easily contracted. You can avoid coldsv however, by Inking XYAL'S LAXACOLD This remear "'ill rid your system of a cold in a very short time. The best time to take "LAXACOLD" is when the first symptoms of .1 fold appear. Theve is danger in March colds. Don't let them develop. Use "Laxacold." a guaranteed rem- edy, as your safeguard. Price 25f Box The Red Cross Drug Book Co., Limited Phone 555 Third Ave. S. CITY AND DISTRICT Won Egg Prize Mr. Sand buck, 271 Ninth avenue South, won the dollar prize oflered by the Hcdley Co. for the largest ess brought to the store between -March 1 and March 15. The ess weighed 4 ounces and measured Police Court Harry Pemo and Peter Corbuck, charged with stealing a ride t'rcui Fernie to Lethbridge on the C.P.R., were convicted. Both were fined ?n.OO and costs. Pemo hart the money, but Corbuck was broke, so took 30 day? In- stead. Constable upprehended the men. Feino had in his Jeaus when taken in tow. A Chlnanmn, charged with assault was remanded. It was alleged that he tried to do the cannibal act to another Chinaman by biting him in the nrm. An Austrian was lined 13.00 and costs for being druuk. CLEAN WATER All Dirt Thoroughly Removed With Our FILTERS (Made in England) Sizes awl Pi-ices to suit See these the next time you are down town. f C.W.GRAY MIXN'EAPOLTS 1.45 Jt 1.132 1.-12I J-HI- MARKETS Track prices: No. 1 Northern.......... 140 N'o. 2 Northern..........-130 No. 3 Northern.......... 13GU .A. R. W. prices same. Wagon lots: No. 1 Northern.......... 135 No. 2 Northern.......... 132 No. 3 Northern.......... 127 Miners' Benefit Performance At ihe Miners' smoker last evening four acts from the Qrpheum were over! to entenrvin these knights of the pick j axe, and a very enjcyalrie was j bad. Arrangements.were made where-j by a henpfii in aid of destitute min-1 ers' families -will be held at the Or- j pheum on Tuesday first, March 23, i and the management announce that a j special programme will b2 given on! tbat day, in which Lhe -Miners' band j will participate. J Young People's Union Endorses Evan- gelistic Mission The executive committee of the ___ Young People's Christian Union, at a LIVESTOCK PRICES YESTERDAY! receni meeting, heartily endorsed the Calgary: Hogs, J7.25; cattle, is being conducted In Toronto: Hogs, 13.35- "L" m' Chicago: Hogs, cattle, the north side of the city.- On Thurs- day of this weeK Ihe topic wli'i be one which should appeal Lo all young peo- ple. The subject is "Empire Builders of and tne executive of i Ihe iiolon urges all young people coii-j nected ivith the various societiea to I keep that evening free, and to go and j hear the evangelists.' Those who ac-j cept this invitation are assured of a most interesting and profitable even- ing. Union Evangelistic Services 'WESTMINSTER CHURCH Programme for This THURSDAV 8 P.M. Young People's Ilally "Empire Builders of Tomorrow." TEMPERANCE FORCES AT MAGRATH ORGANIZE ..March prohi- bit jcn campaign meeting was held last night in tbe Assembly Hall. Mr. W. H. Hindley presided over a fair at- tendance. 3Ir. Fosterr represent- ed tbe Alberta Temperance and Moral Reform league, gave a very interesting i Women's Rights and explanatory address on the Thc address by Evangelist Gllbart posed Liquor Act.-. He asked tbat eveoing On" "Women's Rights" drew a crowd that packed Westmin-l ster church to its full capacity- The inteTest in these services has been i growing from day to day, and it Beem, 'very soon, that" Westminster I church will be'too'small tc; date the people. Mr. GilbarL proved himself master of his subject, but from j the mere outline of the address one has no way of gaining an adequate idea of the-many-timely and startling j statements made, or of catching the high Ideal that was held before the i congregation. The sneaker said there I Were five things that were not wo- man's rights: a woman has no right (1) a slave; (2) to be an object of abuse; to be a gossip; (4) to be an ornament of display; !5) to ex- hauat life with unnecessary burdens. The speaker slated very clearly that he firmly believed in woman suffrage felt "woriiari's rights" was the basis upon which 'woman suffrage was to be gained. These rights were: (1) the right of freedom; (2) the right to be an Inspiration and benediction to hor husband; the right lo train the child mind of the nation; ihe right of noble (5) the right of the Christian graces. Owing to the laleneas of Ihe hour the men's address WRS postponed until a later date. A choir of :jfj ladles cc- cupied the platform and rendered splendid service. Tonight is "younB people's night." i ower Seeds Spring is in the air, and Flowers suggest themselves. We arc opening up a large as- sortment of Flower and Vege- table Seeds in package and in bulk. Xow is Lhc .lime to make out your lists. J.D Jiginliolhain S Co. ltd The Store Past President's Jewel for C. Wectiey At the meetins; of the Sons oT land Benefit society held last night, Bro. C- Weslley wns presented with a handsome past, president's jewel for services rendered. President T. Ox- land, in making the presentation con- veyed the good 'wishes oi" the lodge, and referred to the good work for the society performed by Brother Westley. The recipient suitably replied. Tue lodge also took this occasion to bid farewell to Bro. A.'Lonshurst, an offi- cer of the lodge, who left on the mid- night train for England. Refreshments were served and carpet ball and other I guiucs were [flayed by the large num- her of members present. The enter- I tainmeut committee are arranging for i a proper celebration ,of St. George's. j Day, to take the foroi of a patriotic smoking concert. The Marine degree also announced their first annual- j dance to be held in the Masonic hall, S.O.E. building, on Friday, March 26. Do You Get It? You Should! branch of the league should be form- en1 here for the purpose of letting peo pie know all about the Act, and to see that a full vote is given for prohibi- tion on July 21. Several questions were asked by dif- ferent and satisfactorily ans- After' this Is was decided lo' form a local campaign committee. Mr. F. Karren president; jj. Harker, vice-president: EL Bemiau, secretaiy-treasurer, and ihe following was elected as an executive commit tee: 0. A. Wooley. E. Marker, E. Plngree, J. H. Bridge, and J. T. Steele, with power to act. The secret, of. the quality in "SA- LADA" packets Is in the immensity of the sales. The more people who the smaller becomes the necessary profit per pound, and Lho greater value it is possible to give you lor your money. With the bulk tea merchant the temptation is to make a greater profit at your expense by supplying an in- ferior tea. FRIDAY 4 Children's Meeting. FRIDAY 8 Rights." tERVlCC each evening at A special invitation to members o! vthv Choira to join the Union Choir. Voung poorrte ol inK pc all Ih The Man nncl His Message William T, Ellis, LL.D. This thrilling 500-page book on the life and work of Ameri- ca's Great Evangelist just off the press. C. B. McKINNON is a Licensed Dealer and will call on you thortly. THE BOOK SELLS FOR H-----------___________ AUCTION SALE AT 721 THIRD STREET SOUTH FRIDAY NEXT MARCH 19th AT 10.30 A. M. FRANK WADDINGTON Is favored with instructions from Mr3. Ida Wing, to sell by Public Auctttn on the premises as above the SUPEKIOR HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE and effects Pianoforte in Mission Oak Cnsa; Dining Room Set in1.Mission Oak consisting of Buffet, Dining Table and Ch.aira; Mission Oak Rocker; Mission. Oak Ann Chairs; 5IIs- Hlon Oak Morris Chair; Mission Oak Folding Card Table; very handsome Chesterfield Lounge upholstered In Tapestry; iliBBlon Oak Library Table; Basket and Cane Chairs; Will on, Brussels and Oriental Rugs and Carpets; Mahogany and Oak Dressera; Beds, Springs and Wool Mattreases; Cut Glass; Silver Plated Items. Linen, etc.; Limoges Coffee and Dinner Services and a large quan- tity of Kitchen Requisites. A Prompt Attendance Respectfully Requested. TERMS OFFICE, 11 STAFFORD BLOCK. ie Young Peo- ple's societies of Ilia city are specially invited. The topic IB "Empire Uuild- ei-s of Tomorrow." Special music by Ihe choir, also a trio and violin FRENCH OFFICIAL Paris, March IS, via London, 3.50 War Office this afternoon gave out the following statement: "The Belgian flimy continued Its progress on the Yser. Us artillery bombarded one of the enemy's con- voys on the road from DIxmude to EgEen. "From the Lys to the Olfle there was artillery action. The onemy bom- barded in particular the spur of the hill at Notre Dame de Lor re tie and the villages of Carnoy and Maricourt. "There IE nothing now in the opera- tions in thfi Champagne.' "In Lorraine Ihnre wig an ar til lory duel. One of our aviators bombard- Women of South Country Grow and Save Grain Carflston, Alta., March re- lief societies of the Mormon church, composed ot women only, have once again began their work along the lines ot growing and saving grain. Plans are being marie whereoy each of the two organizations of that society here will grow ten or fifteen acres of wheat this year, it js quite likely that volun. I teers will be asked for among the men to agree to do the lahor of sowing the seed, which will DC furnished by the society, .upon land donated to it for this purpose by farmers of the dis- trict. This project has been profitable to the societies, as the two loca'i branches [have on hand at present about ?300.CO from this source. This movement is universal over the church with the Relief society sisters. Their vast store now amounts Lo j 000 bushels of wheat, while their gran- 1 cries are valued at During I the year 1913 fliey sold wheat amount- ing to Ever since the year 1876 women have been engaged in this 'work. It was at the, I suggestion' of President Brigham j Young himself that Mrs. Emmellne B. I Wells first took up the work and pro- posed it. to her co-laborers. Although I she Is past 87 years uf age. this re- markable woman still holds the office of president cf the entire Relief so- jclcty organizations over the whole world. So, for nearly forty years the wo- men have been duplicating the act of Joseph in Egypt, and have saved their grain. Of course, it is turned over in the bins, and occasionally soU, to be replaced by new. The design Is to se- cure an much as possible, to garner it carefully, and when the right time comes to uie it; is the way one writer puts it. Their object ii to provide for famine and times of need. While up to the present tnme, no jiniversal fam- ine has occurred, slill In- stances the Relief society has come lo the aid of farmers In the country to the south of us, when their crops fail- ed, by opening their granaries and sup- plying them with wheat. ONEFOUR NEWS Onefour, Alia., illarcli D. Greeno and G. S. Bugbee are tussling with the snow drifts between here and Medicine Hat, and thenv is no telling when they will get back. The usual February clilnook .failed Lo reach Onefour this year, and here it is, nearly tbe miridle'of March, and the white blanket covers everything deep. The Onefour Farmers' Union met at the home of D. Nr. Current Tuesday af- ternoon and discussed- routine busi- ness, also an excellent dinner up by Mrs. Current. The dinner was en- joyed especially by the bachelor mem- bers, who get a good square meal with trimmings only occasionally. A party of explorers working from the west recently came down Clay Swag, crossed the Willow Meadows, and got lost In the enow on the Ged- des Flat, from whence they returned to the Stark rannh. All they gave out was that they had come from the Sweet'Grass oil territory, and it Is sup- posed they 'were spying the country or the G.T.P. Threats Against Eeitel's Captain, Ship is Guarded r Newport News, JIarch re- sult of threatening letters said to Jj.ave been rerciveri bj- Capt. TbJciicfc of the German auxiliary uiuUc-r Prinz Eitel Friedrich, precautionary measures were taken night to guard against any attempt to dam- age the ship. The pftr to -which the Prinz Eitel "is moored was fenced in. arid extra guards ivere put on patrol. One letter is said to have demand- ed that Capfc Thlerlckien leave port immediately or his veflMl would be blown up. Thos. Handle, aged 77, of Kincar- dine, OnL., a pioneer ol Huron coun- ty, is dead. cymbal duet. Song service .at 7.4.3 j id the railroad station f.t. CANADIAN CASUALTY Ottawa, Ont., March cas- ualty is announced at headquarters to- day: Sergeant N. Diddle- combe, 16th Bat.; admitted to Netley Hospital, March fi. Next of kin, Mrs. Bldrtlecombct wife, 5033 SomcrvVllc road, .Vancouver, B.C. The Problem of Making Breakfast tlie most enjoyable meal of tbe day. can be solved by making selections from the follow- ing list of good'tilings to'cat. For Breakfast, Try Some of These PANCAKES SYRUP lOc 35c Florida Grape Fruit, large size, each California Grape Fruit large size, 3 for........ Oranges, per dozen; 15c, 25c and Apples; 5 Ibs for CC 2Sc; per Box 9 Corn Flakes; 3 packages for Meat of Wheat; Per Package Quaker Oats; Pqr Package Pancake Flour; Per Package .Maple Syrup; Per 'Con......... 2Qc 50c 25c COFFEE 30c 4Qc SEEDS BACON AND EGGS Swift's Premium Ba- pound Back Bacon; OR A Per pound Eggs; Per dozen TEA COCOA 40c 15c FLOWER AND expect to sell more than wo ever have-in the paBl. FERRY'S, MACKENZIE, STEELE BRIGGS H. A. McKILLOP CO. PHONES: 1113 AND 416 ;