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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - March 20, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta FREE BUS TO ALL TRAINS. .Beit I Day Hottl In Alberta. DAILY HERALD FLORISTS FRACHE BROS. m REAL GENUINE PORK SAUSAGE .Mndr mil of nil Young-'1'ork :uul orii.y Uus iiasl I'arls ot the used. K rosls a lid It- iuoir Ilian the ordinary Kinds, but iMs wwi'th it. iiud you will ,sny so once you have tried lhe.ni. Shiinneuts in fresh by express every Salurdiiy morning. Lfavi> your orders early if you want any. _ PRICE PER POUND, 2Sc Office: hone 1271 GOOD CO. HIGH-CLASS GROCERIES WEATHER clear LMiiioiuim, cleur Ilal, L-lfar l-rince Albert, UnuiipL'g, .snow Nelson Calgary. lair Mouse -law, cloudy -13 ;V2 ;17 32 111 :i3 21) 58 32 If. 20 30 36 17 M .01 DO.VT DIUXK MUDDY WATER When you can qet FRESH BUTTERMILK delivered to your house at 15c per Gallon. Phone 1576 CRYSTAL DAIRY LIMITED. MARKETS SATURDAY'S GRAIN PRICES Winnipeg, March 20; Opening anil closing pncr-s on the .gram exchanges today were _, Ma; JulV I'tict ArtlMLT, fair The weather ihrousliuut llie prairie provinces has been mostly fair and t-ool with a litlle in Manitoba. KOiU-X'AiST Provinces Fair anil rallicr cold today and Sun- day. CITY AND DLSTEICT New J.P.'s w. J. McGonaii of Frank and Tliec- Jore Yerburg of Coutls nave been ap-! pointed justices 01' lue peace. Open L'loss 1.54J 1.53J 1.52} l.llil 1.535 1.161 There art- over I.OHU women on the May r1 Hl-ilish mcdna! iTsisl'.-r .July Keporls shnii iliat ihrre 'an' more- .'iillLin'300 jiliu'i- blisses oyer.uinc; m Mny U'iimipeg. .July B6 6S l.SOJ l.T St Jphnr-Myerpoo) Service MISSANABIE (New) .Mar. 26 MS'TAGAMA (New) ...Apr. 9 Grampian IB MISSANABIE (New) ..Apr. 23 For full particulars apply to any Railway or Steamihip Agent or W. C. CASEY. General Agent 210 Portage Avenue, Winnipeg. DONALDSON LINE Large, Twin-Screw Steamerr. Sailings to and from Europe. Reduction II Cabin Kate. All Steamers. From From May B-. CASSANDRA ..April 24 June 12.... ATH6NIA ....Hay 29 June 19.. CASSANDRA ..Jun. Full information from any S.S. or R.R. Agent, or H. E: LIDMAN, Gen- eral Agent. Winnipeg 349 Main Street Vancouver 531 Granville Street I Ocl IVIXKIPHft DASH PRICKS Wheat- No. 1 N'or lioj 82 i 70; 1.73 Xo 3 Xor.................. No. :i Sor................... No. C. _Vo. 3 C. No. 8 No. 4 l-'ieii'. I....................... Fla.v- No. 1 X. C........... 1.511 61 b'll 7S 73 70 1.13! I.70J City Band Meets The members cf the City hand will hold a siieeia'i meeting tomorrow morn- ing ;u 10.30 in the band room. Joe Was Victim It svas si.-iced in error yesterday that .loe Fong wa-i sent up Cor iO days for biting another Chinaruan's finder. Joe carae nearer to going to Ihe hospital. He was the victim. Ling dltl the biting and riren- down the tweniy. C. W. CHICAGO .May......................... 1-57 1.55J- JulV 1.2-1 1.231 Sept 1.10} jriXNEAPOLIS 3Iay 1.4Si July 1.12t 1.4U Not the Decorator .Mr. J E. Simons ot the J. E. Sim- ons Decorating Co., desires It to be known that he was Dot ihe man sent up yesterday by the magistrate for 25 days for being.drunk. The man "who drew down the 25 was J- E. Simmons. Inspected C Squadron Lieut.-Col. Kern m is, officer com- manding the loth Regiment of ihe C. H.H., was ;i visitor in the city from Pincher Creek yesterday. He recently inspected ihe C Squadron at Cardston and pronounces liis entire satisfaction with ihe manner in which the training I ie under .Afajor BroH'n. Is the Golden Rule Practicable? On Sunday night, ai 9.15 at the Y.M. C.A., Mr. C. El Page will discuBs the question all men have inwardly de- Sepr........................... M.U 1.12JJF the Golden Rule practicable LOCAL WHEAT PRICES Carload ]ols; No. 1 Northern.......... 135 _Vo. 2 .Northern........- 13S No..3 Northern 1351-: in every-day is the usual Sunday night discussion hour at the 11V" for men. After ihe speaker dea'is with his subject, there will he free dis- cussion aiid- refreshments. -All men: whether members of tlie association or net, are invited to attend these in- formal after-church meetings. Evangelistic Services Last evening AVesimlnster church and side rooms were packed. The ad- dress on ".Men's Rights" formed a fit- Paris, March London, 3-27 j tine climax to tbe splendid "work cf p. French ffiir department the week. The. presence of the' Salva- reported ihts afternoon there ivas tion Army, band was much appreciat- the friends of the meetings French Official ed. 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. SCANDINAVIAN ....Apr. 2' S.S. CORSICAN ..........Apr. 21, S.S.: HESPERIAN ........Apr. 30! JSrcellent Accommodation avail- a'ble ifl AJ] Classes Tickets can be purchased in Can- ada and id made far pauengers from Great Britain and Europe. Full Information from your )pcal S. S. or H. R. Agent, or W. R. ALLAN, Gen. N.W. Ait. WINNIPEG. nothing to communicate on the pro- _ aud those interested, please take no- BOMBS DROPPED AT DEAL i tice that Westminster clmrcli London, 20, p. m. .V j having become ico small to accouimo- Gcrman aeroplane dropped several riatfe tbe neople anxious to bear Evan- bombs today ofi Deal, a seaport on gelist Gilbari, ihe evening service ic- -.....morrou- will' be held in St. Andrew's church, the congregation of AVestmins- twr uniting wick St. In this way we can accommodate '150 more people. Service in Westminster 11 a. in.. Rev. D, Ross speaker: 7-30, St. Andrew's, Evangelist Gilbart will TTVO Live the Slrait of Dover. The, bombs all landed in the sea. A patrol boat op- eued fire on the aeroplane which turn- ed anil disappeared. Avoid March COLDS March is a month of extremes in Temperature lime when colds .ire easily conlracLed. You can avoid colds, however, by taking XYAL'S LAXACOLD This remedy will rid your system a cold in-a short lime. Tho best time to take "LAXACOLD" is when the first s.vmptoms of a cold appear. There is danger In March colds. Don't Jet them develop. Use a guaranteed rem- edy, as your safeguard. Price 25c Box The Red Cross Drug Book Co., Limited Phone 555 Third Ave. S. DRINKING WATER CITY AND DISTRICT Appointed Stock Inspectors F. Ai. Collins of Pincher Station ami K. -MoHut of Clarosholm have been appointed stock inspectors. Can .Take Affidavits AV. D. Stncey of Chinook has 1 iitilioinleil .11 cummissioner for affidavits. There seems to bS aa impres- sion ihat -AIujii useii 'in clarify- ing water produces an injurious effect; there ia ab'solutely no reason for such. A very -small quaiuUy i a teaspoonful In a gaUou) is ail time is necessary, and' moat of this will be found in ilie sedimeni at the botlum of the receptacle. When more is used it makes Hie water DO clearer hut brack- ish and unpalarable. If the wa- ter 'be boiled, LESS Alum .ia necessary, By pouring the water when clarified and coo] from one ves- sel into another and re-acratlDg ic will be found -both and agreeable. Our sp'ecial ALUM for this purpose Is Ten Cents a package. J-DJiginbothamSCo.Ltd The Store Report Was Endorsed The Trades acrl Labor Council I wishes to. state that the report ot the; recent meeting, when H resolution ag-1 alnst prohibition was passed, was not J I tUe personal opinions of .Messrs. J. 0. j .Jones nnel 3. W-. but ivas the voice ot" the whole meeting, the reports of press committee having been approved, by the whole council before being submitted for publlcalion in'the Herald. Funeral of Private HiM All soldiers who came up from Cardsion today, are requested to be present at Fetterly's Undertaking pur- lors a 'Jew minutes before one o'clock oh. Monday, to attend the funeral of Private Hill. Privates Douglas, Thompson, Geins, Lawrence, Smith and GalL Ml of Troop 2, C Squadron, C.M.R.. to -which tbe deceased belong- ed will net fls paJIbearers. Tbe re- mains will leave the Felterly parlorii at one o'clock; and proceed to St. ustln's Church, where the funeral ser- vice will bc.lield. Men's Mast Meeting The Men's Own of North Lethbridge is planning Tor another mouster mass meeting of men in Westminster church at 4 p.m. tornorrtfiv. The address this I week is on the topic "Four Great Facts j that Moke Great Men1." An interesting j j feature of this service will be the church parade of the "license" order of rue city. Special reservation will he made for them. Mr. Kllner will sins- Mr. Ghbart is fast making friends among the men, and will be greeted again-tomorrow with the warm appre- ciation of the "men'a own clap." Mayor Hardie be- the chairman on Sun- Jay. Noted Entertainer Coming Arrangements have been made for the appearance here oE Mr. Enos Bacon, Icno'tvn aa "the Yorkshire Night- 1 He has two natural and dis- tinct voices, and sings in both sop- rano and ba'riione. Mr. Bacon is also a noted lecturer, .and gives a graphic description of the retreat from Mons, at which he was present. He is being rcelved by crowded housee every- ivaere, and" his appearance here will be anticipated with great, interest. Mr. Tiacon- will give his entertainments in Wesley'church on Monday and Tues- day, April 5 and 6. BUSINESS LOCALS Auction sale of Furniture and Gro-[ speak on ceriee at the McKeowrr Hardware Co. Destinies." Come early, if yon want a j old.stand on Tuesday next. Song sen ice; '-Hi: union clicir. 'The March to the Battle- Fields: or, Canada's Men on the Way" is the title given a, pic- ture that will for raany years to come be a.highly prized treasure. U is a f photographic reproduction ahowln? 'the 33.DDD men of Canada's flrat con- camp and on the march to Join the Continental forces. U ahoiirs miles and miles of the whjte tents and the marching'naen. a >ipwt inspiring sight. The aize IE; SOS'iu-'-iiivlitB, ii! ..ready, for. framing, i 'ibis picture is sure to A .pouvenir of the war as far ts Canada] is coowroei, and wiil be In de- It is owned 'by The Family Herald and Weekly Star, ot Montreal, randy a" copy is being presented to all) Bubacfibere to -that great national! weekly, new'spaper, TJic Family .Her-j whose subscription of; dollar a year IB received from (his J -4ale for a limited period. 1 Westminster Church Packed Out Owing to Westminster Church having become-too small to ac- ccmmpdate the crowds coming to hear Evangelists Gilbart and McPherson, the Evening Service lemcr-'iw will be held in St.. Andrew's; Weitmirnter Congregation uniting. .Services will con- tinue next week in St. Andrew's. Men's Own MASS MEETING WESTMINSTER P.M. Worship ihiyor Hardie. Gilbarl. Great Facts that -.Make Great Men." H. G. Kilner. Mooie Order will attend this meeting in a body, 200 MEN LAST MANY THIS? It A.M. (IN D. ROBB, 7.30 P.M. (IN ST. Gilbart. Men, Two Livei, Two Destinies." SONG SERVICE early if you want a sent. 9 P.M; MEif.'ING of Young People in Westminster Church to plan part in connection with the Special 'Billy' Way The.Man ami His Message You will never foe satisfied with your tea as long as you continue to (buy it in hulk. Unless put up in seal- .eel packets, tea deteriorates rapidly often becomes tainted. "SAL.A- DA" tea is sold only in sealed'alumin- um packets and is blended, cleaned and packed by the most modern ma- j cliinery. It is the enormous demand i that enables us lo give you ?uch qual- ity at tlie price. William T. Ellis, LL.D. This thrilling 500-page bo n the life and work of Amen'- a's Great Evangelist is just cff le press. C. B. McKJNNON. LicenEed Dealer and will call on you shortfy. HE BOOK SELLS FOR Service i Tomorrow in St. SATURDAY BARGAINS We arc clearing out odd Linos of WALL PAPERS and will sell c.nougL Wai! Paper .and Border to do a. room 12''xi2' for 75c the Bundle Mouldings, regular oe.a foot. On Saturday, per Take Advantage of Our Saturday Salei- Robertson's Bookstore NEXT TO LETHBRfDGE HOTEL. THE FAIREST Baster'bffering you .can make to .your friends and relatives is n good photo- graph of .yourself. That is a gift they can and will ap- preciate all their lives. In order to ensure'a perfect and nt- tractive likeness let" us make the photographs. PHOTOGRAPHER 906 3rd Avenue 5. Third Contingent to Mobilize at Sewell or Valcartier Soon Winnipeg, alaicli the third ter is to iiic effect thal'llic needs oi canlitfgenL troops now in Winnipeg'the military- slliiation calf for' the ltlfl afr other-points throughout the training of tlic meuvin campa .where wcs' w'" shortly'be pn rrfutc for Val- tlicy can inanreiivre in large bodies carllor- or pcrhnps Scwcll, where and get the shooting practice they {training will he .undertaken nn a, need. He intimates in words wliicli .larger scale, cviilent in he does that this is his a message received this morning from own view and lie'intends to carry it General Sam Hughes (jj- out. SAM'S REPLV On Sunday, "March the 21st, special services of intercession for pence will he "held as prescribed by His Iloli- Waiigh. A day or two'ago his ness Pope Benedict in his decree -of ship at the requpiil of the hoard of January the Tiie United Mine Journal dcponulating and impoverishing the has been into a magazine and Suiiilay. February lor had added Italian ani! Slovak sections, every Caiholio cliureh m Europe; all ablv edited, and containing the laL- I'assion March the 21st, tot npwt pertaining to unionism and church in all llarts of mining maliere. i tlic universe, except hurope. _ ____ _ _ The order ol these services Catholic church will n. the be as iol- lows At a m. Special Mass tor WORKING FOR PEACE? the children. At 11 a. m: Special HiRli Berlin, via London, March JIass. The "Pastoral speci- York and Texas, reached llight Hey. Jol Troni London Friday morning, and at oncfe went into a Icng conftrence with James Ger- nrfl, the American Ambassador. v Col. lloirae will be the Arabae- aador's guest while in Berlin. li IB RcneraMy htllered that Col. Horse IB working In the interests o.1 peace. E. -JI. House of New ally writtzn for the occdsion by the 'tight Kev. John T. McNally, Bishop jf Calgary, will be read at the same. At the end of tee High Mass the I Most Blessed Sacrament will be ex- for the adoration of the .'aitli-j during- ihe list o; ths.diy, the] Miserere sung and His Holiness' pray- oFpcaci' njcilcd. The services will I be conclucleil at 7.30 p. m. hy special intercessory pruyrrs, sermon and sol- heneclictior: of the Most Blcised. mobilization cen- tres instead of at. camps anU'receivcd a rejjJy incidentally as that scnlr to the-'Mayor o[ Winnipeg. Established over Forty-one Years THE STANDARD BANK OF CANADA ASSETS OVER TV A, of Banking Deposit Your. Savings Ret- uiarly Ev'eT Dollar Earns Interest From Date of Deposit We solicit your account in pur SAVINGS DEPARTMENT Street N. 315, G. F. ;