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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - March 24, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta FREE BUS TO ALL TRAINS. Hotel Windsor Beit J1.25 a Day Hotel In Alberta, LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD [Cl OPICTQ r I O vegmablti FRACHE BROS. BUYS A FIRST CLASS BOX OF YORK IMPERIAL APPLES. THESE APPLES ARE FINE FLAVORED, GOOD FOR EATING OR COOKING, SOLID AND IN SPLENDID CONDITION. YOU CANNOT DUPLICATE THEM ANYWHERE ELSE. WE HAD A CARLOAD AND ARE GIVING OUR CUSTOMERS THE BENEFIT OF OUR BUYING IN LARGE QUANTITIES. BUYS THE VERY BEST BOX OF ROMAN BEAUTIES OR NEWTON PIPPINS. THESE ARE EXCEPTIONALLY GOOD VARIETIES FOR PRESENT USE, IN FACT THE VERY BEST KINDS YOU CAN GET, AND THE BEAUTY OF IT IS THAT THEY HAVE BEEN KEPT IN PERFECT CONDITION AND ARE AS SOLID AND GOOD TO- DAY AS THE DAY THEY WERE PACKED. office THE GOOD CO. Phoiel271 HIGH-CLASS GROCERIES Phwie 525 (r THOROUGHLY QUICKLY AND EASILY POLISHES COPPER, BRASS. NICKLE, ETC. USED BY SOLDIERS. ASK TO SEE IT. i C. W, Gray 310 5th STREET SOUTH. MARKETS WEDNESDAY'S GRAIN PRICES Winnipeg. March aiu closing prices on [he gram exchanges today were Wheat- May.................. July Ocl................... Ufay I.Iuiy Open Close 1.531 1.52J 1.52 LIB 1.51J 1.155 64; 6-U tr DOS'T.DRINK MUDDY WATER When you can get FRESH BUTTERMILK delivered to your house at 15c per Gallon. Phone CRYSTAL DAIRY LIMITED, STEAMER TORPEDOED London, March British Elearner Concord, of- 1S25 tons, was torpedoed by a German siimarice in the English channel today. The crew of 26 men TV ere rescued 'by a patro hoat- and landed at Dover. The ves Eel Is reported TC. he still afloat. AUCTION SALE OF HOUSES Saturday, March 27th LETHBRIDGE FEED SALE STABLES AT 2 O'CLOCK SHARP. 30 head of Marei and Geld- ingi, al! broken; atao one Stan- dard Bred Mare, 6 yeari old, named Maxim Knaft, broken Single and Double. Two Disc Drllli. One Fanning Mill. Three -Wagoni. .Two Buggies. Harneu and Saddlei of all klndl and other articles too nu- merous to mention. TERMS CASH. J. A. SMITH W. J. DODDS, Auctioneer. Manager. Wrllf. or Phone 1552. May 1.76S l.TCJ July 1.79} !0ct........................... 1.SO 1 81" WINNIPEG CASH PRICES I N'o 1 Nor................... 1.51J Xo. 2 Nor................... 1.50 N'o. 3 Nor................... 1.47 02 IE- :No. 2 C. W................. (J2J No. 3 .C. W................. 6o !-Vo. 3 77 No. 4 71 Flax- 1 N. W. C........... No. 3 C. May Juir Sept. May CHICAQO MI.VNEAPOL1S 1.48 1.40 LOCAL WHEAT 1.7-1 1.71 1.54J 1 54J- 1.22J 122? l.lOi 1.10} WEATHEB .Max. Min. 27 .03 Lethbridge, snow 41 snov.- -1- Calgary, cloudy...... -I- MOOPC eloudy -JS Prince Allien. [air I'.ii t> cloudy...... -f> ll> Minnedosa. snow 4S JO .10 Winnipeg, cloudy 4li -l' Port Arthur iU "I Nelson............ 3S The iveiuher tin? Prairie provinces has been mostly fair :md mild 'will] a feu- snow flurries in Man- itoba. Forecast AM snow flurries, bul mostly fair and moderately cold. Thursday, fair and moderately cold. CITY AA7D DISTRICT No Board Luncheon There will bo no meeting at" the council of the lioarrt of Trade tomor- row owing to the trip to Claresholm. Mr. Tuff Back on Job J. Tuff has returned from Vancou- ver, and will open up again in the gro- ery business in the Westminsier store on' Thursday morning. OH to Edmonton Lieut. C. H. Devlne, South African veteran, left Monday for -Edmonton in connection with his appointment, as leutenant in the 13th C.M.R. Mr. MarnQGii Sees Foremost G. n. Marnoch, president of the 3aard of Trade, accompanied Superin- tendent of-the C.P.R. to Fore- most yesterday on bis'tour oMnspec- uion, Toilet Supplies make a specialty of Toilet. Hoods and our slock always af- fords au excellent assortment of what is newest and ;best in BRUSHES, COMBS, SOAPS, PERFUMES, COSMETICS, ETC In mosi 'cases have not increased prices on imported goods. "Canadian Made Goods" are being supplied to take tlie place of "European Made Lines" which may become exhausted. WE CAN PLEASE YOU IX BOTH QUALITY AND PRICE. I The Red Cross Drug Book Co., Limited Third Avc. S. Do You Get It? You Should! Ask your grocer for a sack THE BULLETIN BOARD Notices for Column should reaah thii Office before 12 o'clock noon on the day of publication Shekii.ah Charter, Regularj meeting, Masonic hall, 8 u.m. tonight. decree. Visitors welcome. Members of Ihr. St Mary's nro reminded of (lie address tiuil will lie given tomorrow afternoon al three o'clock by the rector. There will be service in St. Angus-' tin's church 8 p. m. thtr service a meeting of all who arc interested in forming a Tennis Club will br held itn the Men's Institute on the corner of -ith Ave. and IHh St. Death of Forbes Rutledge Forbes Rutledser'lS years 'of age, brother of Daly, died In tlie city in Sunday. March 21. The funeral ser- -ice was conducted by Rev. G. H. Cobbledick yesterday afternoon. The emains were sent to Fiesherton, Ont., or interment. Track prices: No. I No. 2 Northern.. 3 iV'orthern Wagon load lots: No. 1 Northern No. 2 Northern No. 3 Northern...... A. R. IV- "prices same. 1.471 l.-iOi 13S 135 135 132 127 Dardanelles, Tuesday, March 16, via .ondon, March 23, 11.59 warships ot the Allied fleet have made DO attempt to reduce the Turkish de- 'enccs about1 Kllid Bahr and' Chanak esai Jlarch 7. Instead they iave been endeavoring to sweep the waters of the StrklU for mines. The correspondent of the Associat- ed Press made a personal Inspection of the etfedE oC the bombardment of March 6 and 7 on the Turkish posi- tions at Kilid Bahr and Kali Sultan. Although the fire from ilie A'tlled war- ships was accurate the Turks suffered virtually no losses in Kalid Bahr. Hamidieh the works were slightly damaged and one man was wounded. There was but one casualty in Fort Dardanus. Police Court Three drunks and disorderlies in the persons of John Devonnort, and two Roumanians, Polenski-and Donai, lin- ed up before the magistrate at the po- lice conn yesterday morniiig, and were mulcted and ccsts, or 20 days' hard 'labor at the Barracks. Tlie case of Mike KmlLh, brought up on a charge cE seduction, ivas adjourn- ed until tomorron1 morning. Accused was allowed bail, with sureties by three of his compatriots of each. Pleasant Effective Easy- to- give to the kiddies as it isn't a bit like medicine. Good for also. Kcxall Cherry 'Bark Syrup 25c, 50c and The Store City Commissioners are Doing Excellent Work With the Pruning Hook Edmonton, Alta., March T. Heninger of Welling, J. Brad, shaw of Mag rath and C. Grant off Walsh appeared before the com- mittee on- agriculture this morn- ing to protest against the propos- ed regulation comoeUinn the sheepmen to take flocks to graz- ing grounds hy rail. It was stated that the complaints about devour- ing paatiire, came from a few stockmen Jn the who used the grass for cattle. It was decided that the cheep- men had a caie, and an effort will be made TO bring the representatives here for Friday to hold joint meeting and attempt to reach a compromise. The estimates of 1915 have been re- duced 17 per'cent, in wiiJi tliose of Jiast year. The consideration of Hie Public Works xlepartmeni esLiinaLes occupied the attention of the Mayor and Com- missioners this morning, but it was felt that, so far, everything had been brought down to Uie "irreducible min-1 r. Inuim." Foremost is Optimistic Says Pres. Marnoch Cornmls ,'a -co recBived their seed grain, sioners are resolved to so as far as they [lnd cascs bd[ up can in emulalins the example of lhc I ao ctm, soon ue I Belleville council where cast of Foremost and where it does not affect sen-1 to havc the 25 miles oi j stsel laid this year, believing they will need it to get their crop to mar- j ket this fall. Tlie sribiv ivhich lias been heavy in the Foremost district this year is going fast, and thc prai- rie is covered with water Fanners asking for seed potatoes .were- artv'is- COHREKl DUB problems of sanitation and genera1! convenience. Sunday Cars Sunday the extra car running to Henderson Park was taken off as an experiment. The council, howerer, fcund that its use was necessary, and the car will be replaced next Sunday, between the hours of two and seven- IN i mm London, Jlareh 2-1 is describ- ed, in Vicrlin as one oi thc Rreatest hattles oi till! eastern campaign has A. developed ir. thc Carpathians. For At the meeting oi.thB Canadian Bar montns opposing armies have Association jn Montreal last week tem lor the mountain ed lnr Air. to get the Gold" Coin sample irdm the Experi- mental Farm. A STONEWALL JACKSON'S WIDOW IS DEAD Cliartottete, N.C., Anna Jackson, widow, of General (-Stonewall) .Tachson. died al her home near here this morning. HAVE YOU TRIED THE NEW DUTCH HAND SOAP Removes all obstinate dirt and skin stains of ink, paint, var- nish, metal, clc. Is a great, for all Mechan- ics, Tradesmen and people gen- erally whoso hands are likely to shoiv stuins from Iheir daily occupation. Is Lasting and Un- usually Economical Unexcelled for Toilet and Bath. It thoroughly cleanses and, in- vigorates the skin and leaves it soft and smooth. Is perfectly harmless lo the most delicate skin. Price for 15c Get a Trial Box C. W. GRAY 310 5th STREET SOUTH. Union Revival Services In St. Andrew's Church Soiig Service 7.45 YOUXG MEN'S at 7.30 i Westminster Church. Wrong Moves in the Came of Life." Programme, for This Week WEDNESDAY 7.30 Westminster Church) Young Men's in'Life's Game." WEDNESDAY I St. Unpardonable sin.' THURSDAY 3.30 Ladles' Rally In Westminster. THUMDAV P.eplt's Billy. FRIDAY I announced liter. TUESDAY AND FRIDAY AT 4 ren'i Hilly. Dsvyonrtwt In spreading the.Spirit of Revival over (he entire GUy-UsI Dtatrtct. Come early to secure a seal. rates. r M. Martin. M.P.' movement' thc only change of note _________ Kcgina P. E. Mackenzie, K.C., Sas- waj jn the Vosges where the French Evangelistic Services katoon -JAM. Patrick, York ton; clain, to a considerable Last evening 3 double service was i O. S. Black, llej'Durn Yl. 13. Hill- section of the German Irani, held in connection with the union K.C M- L- A., Moose Jaw The; British admiralty announces evangelistic servicea In St. Andrew's i Donald Smith., K.U, Xorth Battle- tnat five. aeroplanes had made a suc- ford. cessful- rilid on the German submar- W. A. Tlegg, Dr. Cony- inc plant at Mohokcn, near Antwerp, beam, K.C., Lethbridge O. M. Dig- fvo submarines in course oi con- ;ar, church. The church was we'll filled and a beautiful spirit ivaa manifest. The solo, by Mrs. I'Dr.j flyers of To- ronto, with mandolin accompaniment, was a distinct addition lo the spirit of, the service. .The addresB on "The I L- G JlcPhil K.C h. P. Ideal Home" was one of the nesl of''Davis, K.C., W. Boswell, K.C. A. the series so far, and the standard of Vancouver; C. II. Hamilton, home life in many a home in tills city will Ije raised 100 per cenl. as a re Bull of Ibis address. 'J. 5. TO PROCEED AGAINST Brilish K. Taylor, K. C., L. G. JlcPhillips, K.C., E. he young iauies' rally was held in IVestmlnsler cliijrch. and Ihe address on "A Young Woman's Companions" placed a new Interpretation on t.hfi dignity of womanhood and her relation to the male sex. Tonight another double service will he held. Al Westminster church, young men's rally; topic "Five Wrong Jloves In the Came ci Life." At 8 p.m.. In St. Andrew's, "The Un- pardonable Silling room -will likely ht at a-premium, especially at thc second service, so come early. Song service at 7.15 In SI. Andreiv's .Washington, GERMAN SHIP B.C., March torney-General Gregory late today In- Dniletl Stales districl altornfiy of Porto Rico to instilue libel proceedings against the German shtp Odenivalil, which allnmpted Sunday to leave San Juan harbor "wilhoul clearance papers. To Cure a: Cold In Ont Day Take LAXATIVE BHOMO QUININE Tablels. UrugglBla refund money If it falls lo ci'.V.V E. W. GROVE'S sig- nature Is or i box. Ko, truction as well as the works are believed to have been damaged con- siderably. Of the 1050 employees of Ule. Hcr- shey Chocolate company who will share In Its bonus, more than 600 are women: BUSINESS LOCALS Tlie Daughters and Maids of Eng- land are holding a WhfsL Drive Jn the S 'O. K. Hall on Wednesday nest tit 8.1.D p.m. Genl.3 50c. Ladles 25c. H. M. E. Lion (Sons of England) Annual Friday night, in S. O. G. (upper) hall. Invitations can be obtained.from E. Fauach, Quick Print Office, Phone 1161. Members of S. Q. E., D. O. E. and 20lh Uatlory qcetl up JnvJlaLIons Opening Announcement After leven months' stay in the city of Vancouver I returned to Lethbridge and am re-opening business' In my own store situated EOS 13th St. South, opposite Riverside Lumber Co., which has been occupied by E. J. Tickner for the past three yeari, and known the Westminster Store, and wish to inform my pat- rons and the publk that I have In stock a good variety of Grocer- iel, Feed and Fruits, ALL NEW AND FRESH. I will solve the embarassing question so often put up to the Retail Mer- chant: How is it living Is so high? He contends the first causa is Jhe credit -system. And the second the lack of economy In operating the retail business. He also contends no retail merchant can run a credit business and at the same time give his independ- ent cash customers a fair deal. Somebody must pay for the goods, or the merchant must go to the wall. By starting on strictly cash business, and operating my business with the greatest economy, I am making an average reduction on my entire stock of 10% under the regular selling prices, and hope by. so doing to secure a fair share of the patronage of the public. The 'prices of our goods are all marked on'; the 'shelves. Come In and Inspect arid compare prices. We a.'i. handling coppers. Opening: next Thursday Morning, Mar. 25. 20813th St. South i Phone-.175.4 J. TUFF ;