Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - March 25, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta
FREE BUS TO ALL TRAINS. Hotel Windsor Beit Day Hotel In Alberta. LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD FLORISTS FRACHE BROS. 1 LOW PRICES DO NOT COUNT FOH MUCH UNLESS ASSOCIATED WITH QUALITY AND SERVICE Combine the Three and you have something sideration when we .ire buying for our trade, but dealing here you c.in depend on getting Quality The following are some every-day prices here: lirst dnss con- dition. I'or Case BEAUTY. NEWTON PIP- varieties In perfect sliape, price per tnsi- Fine stock, per 00 [louiiil sack OLD DUTCH tins for .......25c CORN, PEAS AND till ........10c tins, 3 for .............35c Cases Office: Phone 1271 JHE GOOD CO. GROCERIES An Open Letter to the Lethbridge Merchants and Others ME. BUSINESS MAS: If you desire to secure or retain the Pat- 'nmage-oF ALL Union MCJI in the Cilv. sec TO ic that Lethlmdge Tj-nographical Union La- bel appears on all your Printing. Demand it on your next order. If the Label appears it proves conclusively that the work is a Letlibridg-e product, and it -will also shmv thc outside world that you really do act up to the slogan to at It will also be an inspiration for ALL Union Men to follow vonr example. Can you expect the business of local citi- zens if your Printing orders are sent to out- of-town'offices'? (Signed) Tjrpo. .Union Label Committee, No. 551. (Endorsed by) Lethbridge Trades and Labor. Council WEATHER UUlbtUkc, iair 40 10 Edmonton, clear 31 8 Medicine Hal. clear 30 13 Winnipeg, clear 26 0 N'elson SO 37 Cnlgary, cloudy............. .'10 12 Moose Jaw. clear 1 Hegina, clear 31 1 Port Arthur, [air -IS u The weather throughout the r-r.iiric provinces has bceu mostly clear anil quite cold. FORECAST All West-Fair nnd cold today and on Friday, except lo- cal snowfiurries in Southern Alberta. 'CANADIANS, CARELESS London, Harch and indiscretion in trenches have .been responsible for no few Canadian casualties co date, declared Lieut.-Col- McDonnell of the headquarters stiff of the first Canadfan contingent in a letter to Colonel Shannon, command- ing officer of the first dlrlaiqal army. DUTCH HAND SOAP Removes all obstinate dirt and 'skia stains of ink, paint, var- nish, metal, etc. Is a great soap for all Mechan- ics' Tradesmen and people gen- erally whose bauds are likely to show stains from their dally occupation. Is and Un- usually Economical Unexcelled for Toilet and. Bath. H thoroughly cleanser and 1n- vlgontes the skin and leaves it soft and smooth. Is perfectly harmless to the most delicate skin, Price 2 for 15c Get a Trial Box MARKETS THURSDAY'S GRAIN PRICES Winnipeg, .March and losing prices lodav were: Wh MI- S' 150% Oct............. 114 y. Winnipeg Caih No. 1 Xoriiera 350 No.'- Northern H9 No. 3 Northern............. Chicago Wheat May ..............153V. 153 I July 302 J2J% 109% 109' Minneapolis Wheat July Sept 13S3i 138% C.W.GfiAY 310 Slh STREET SOUTH. HARVEY PULFORD CLOSES CAREER AS ROWING STROKE Ottawa, March Puirord, one of the greatest Of Can- ada's athletes, has evidently closed his career as an oarsman. Pulfonl has forwarded to Secretary Skead of I the Ottawa Homing club, his resigna- tion as captain and also as member. He likewise relinquished the office which he held on the executive of Lhe Canadian AsHOciation Of Amateur Oarsmen. The only role in whicll the Canadian sportsmen will henceforth see him will be in that of referee in the National Hockey asHocialfon. COALDALE NEWS 'Mr. .Rodman hag returned after a three months' visit in Illinois. ,Mr. and Mrs. S, LlndhlntJ are enter- Lainlng a large company of friends on Thursday evening. Friday evening Is regular meeting of" the O.E.S. For Saturday evening's meeting of the LeHler. president, has arranged a pleasing programme. CITY AJVD DISTRICT Red Cross Society A committee meeiiac of the Red Cross Society will be held in the so- ciety's room, Acadia block, on Friday at 4 p.m. A mil attendance of mem- bers is requested, as ihe business will be to receive the recommendation cf ihe sub-committee regarding ihe nurse to be sent io the front. In addition Uiere will be other important business transacted. Notable Play at Majestic Monday Lccal are evincing great j nterest in the announcement iliac the delightful comedy, "Peg .o' My will piny an oi the Majestic Theatre'on Monday and Tuesday next. The advance sale of seals opened at the Hedley Drug Co. morning, and numerous ennuirlcs Tor reservations have been received throughout ihe day. Manager i also Elated to -the .Herald, today, .that ff ic had beaked the successful comic, opera, "Tbc Chocolate Soldier" for a, return engagement on Good Friday and Saturday, Apri'i anil 3. Evangelistic Service The interest in: ihe evangelistic ser- j vices received its severest test last ev- ening. Tet despite ihe cold, stormy night, rtie keenest interest, was mani- fest in tbe meetings. The young men's rally in Westminster church firelight together a. splendid if ment "who 'sat and listened intenay to a pin- pointed, practical, heart-to-heart, chat! i.vHh men, on the' topic Moves in the Game cf Life." Mr Gil- ban is fearless jn his denunciation of sin. He kno-n's tricks ol the devil and his pcinted remarks to the men will not soon be'forgotten. The service in St- Andrew's drew another weii-mied church- The topic, "The Unpardonable placed a new interpretation on iliia oft mistaken portion of the Word of God. Tonignt is young people's rally, and the topic "Young People's will attract many from all parts of the city. Song service at 7.45. Come and bring a friend 'With you. Tmlet Supplies make a specialty of Toilet Goods and our stock .ilnviys af- fords an excellent assortment of ivliat is aeivest aaJ best in BRUSHES, COMBS, SOAPS, PERFUMES, COSMETICS, ETC In most cases ive have not increased prices on imponed "Canadian Made Goods" are being supplied to lake the place of "European Made Lines" which may-become exhausted, AVE CAN PLEASE YOU' IN BOTH QUALITY AND PRICE. The Red Cross Drug Book Co., Limited Third Ave. 3- Do You Get It You Should! Ask your grocer for a sack worth talking about. Quality (B always the first con- unless we get good value we do-not purchase. When arid Service combined with the Lowett Poiilble Prlcei. NAVEL ORANGES Siveel null Jilli'.y I'rici'S 25c and Largo sine, per dozen 25e FRESH 3 dozen tor 45c FLORIDA GRAPE Largo size 10c FLORIDA- GRAPE Mcil. size, for. .25e HEAD 1'er heart ..10c LEAF Per pound PRESERVED GnodivJIJle's. pcnclios Green Gages, ui'r toottlo 25c CANNED Assorted cues FRESH PORK Fresh in ovary Satur- day Per Pound 25c Phone 525 MACLEOD BOOTLEGGERS GIVEN TWO MONTHS Madeocl, Alto... -March with seJliuif IJquor without a license, Charles Cowan and George White, two well kno'wn residents of Maclecd, ap- peared before Inspector Tucker at the Mounted Police Barracks on Tuesday and were "soaked" to the extent of and costs or two months' impris- onment. As the money was not forth- both men will do tile time. The capture-was made by-two pro- vinclal detectives, who-made frientlB with the accused men and gained nd-, mission to their shack where they pur-! chased the ivhlsker. White Is at present undergoing a 'ive-months' term In Lethbrldge jail 'or supplying five 'bottles of whiskey I to Tom Three Persons, the noted In diem rider. NEW RAILWAY FROM BASSANO TO BE BUILT Calgary, Alia., March rant, Smith Co. McDonnell, Ltd., lave taken over the charter of the Bassano and Bow Valley Railway Co., and will commence iminndiate con-' stmctlon of the line as far as the Red Deer river at least. The Grant Smith Co. is one of the largest contracting flrma in America, and has been engag- ed for years on the largest of the C. PR. construction contracts. They have their 'working outfit already in Bassano, and wlVl throw their gangs out on construction almost at once. Easter Clothing SPRING TIME IS RING TIME. How About Your Spring Suit! Williamson's Slock is now .Complete. We are Showing a Better AiBortment This Season than Ever Men's Suits from.................. Youths' Long Pant Suits from......ififi.Ofl-lip; Boys' Suits up Tlio Til lues AVJJIiii-iuson is giving in.Men's, Youths' and .BoyV Easter Ilnls can't bo beat. Easter Shirts and Ties hi great variety. A. WILLIAMSON THE CLOTHING AND SHOE HOUSE. FOOD QUESTION Settled with Perfect Satisfaction, It's not an easy matter to saiisfy all the members..of the farnilv at mea.1 lime, as every h'ousewife knows. And when the husband can't eat ordinary food without causing trouble, the food question becomes doubly an- noying. A lady writes: "LMy husband's health was poor, he lad no appetite for anything I could j ;et for him, it seemed. 'He suffered severely with stomach trouble, was hardly to work, was .king medicinb continually, "and as soon as he would feel better would go t wcrl: again only to give up in a "One day, seeing an advertise men I., auout Grape-Nuts, I got some and he ried it for breakfast the next morn-' ng. i "We all thought it was pretty good j .Ithough we had no idea of using it: regularly. But when my husband j caniG home at niglit he asked for Grape-Nuts. f "II was the samu next rtny and 1 j had to get it right along, because! when we would get to the tc'jle the question. 'Have you any Grape-Xuls' i was a regular thing. So I began to buy it by the dozen pkss. "My husband's health (hesan to im- prove right along. I sometimes felt offended when I'd make something I thought he would like for a change, and attll hear the same old question, 'Have you any "He got so well that for the last. Effective Safe Easy to give to. the kiddies as it isn't a bit like medicine. Good for grown-ups also. Kcxall Cherry Baric Syrup 25c, 50c DE WET ESCAPES ROPE Capetown, South Africa. March 24, via London, March 'assembly today unatiimcusly passed an amend- ment to the war indemnity bill, re- moving the death penalty from all par- I Licipanls in the recent rebellion. THOROUGHLY QUICKLY AND EASILY POLISHES COPPER, BRASS, N1CKLE, ETC. USED BY SOLDIERS. ASK" TO SEE IT. C. W, Gray 310 6th STREET SOUTH. PHONE 691. LETHBRIDGE. ,DON'T DRINK MUDDY WATER When you can set FRESH BUTTERMILK delivered to your house at 15c per Gallon. Phone 1376 CRYSTAL DAir.Y LIMITED. Benjjinin Lang, Portage La Prairie, died on'his birthday and thel y I hiB wciidinc. JOHN B. McMANUS 'flic Cliiciigwiii, whose mur- dt-.r a of Zapatistas in Mcric-o .he Mexican Cirapii-NutB." issue Io nn ;icillc singe in Wasll- Nam.! given by Canadian. Posluin inglojl has Cilllscd UlC gOV; ,Rcad "Thc Koad eminent Io demand an explana- JtoBBon." BS' "Tllere'9 lion and lhe; prosecution of the Ever read the above letter? A n-w one appears from time to time. They are genuine, true, and full of human slayers. Both -Villa and.Zapala have promised to make amends for Ihe crime. AUCTION SALE OF HORSES Saturday, March 27th LETHBRIDGE FEED 4 SALE STABLES AT 2 O'CLOCK SHARP. 30 head of Mares and Geld- ings, ail broken; also one Stan- dard Bred Mare, 6 veara old, named Maxim Knaft, broken Single and Doubls. Two Disc Drills. One Panning Mlli. Three Two Buggies. Harness and Saddles of all kinds and other anlclea.too nu- msrous to mention. TERMS CASH. J. A. SMITH W. J. DODOS, Auctioneer. Manager. Write or Phens 1B52. Great Military Services At, The Salvation Army Citadel Smirtay at 11 a.m., 3 and p.m. ADDRESSES BY THE COMMANDING OFFICER ON "FIGHTING AND THE WAR." SONGS SOLOS OP A MILITARY CHARACTER, ILLUS- TRATED BY LANTEHN SLIDES MARTIAL MUSIC BY THE CITADEL. BAND. MILITARY CAMP ON THE PLATFORM. MONDAY 6 LIFE OF A SOLDIER." Inspiring. 'Everybody' Military Men Especially Invited.- England, reports a famine in unskilled' labor; London, England, omnibus compan- ies employ inon. The. textile plants oE. Ghent, Cour- trai arid Vervieroa, Belgium, are being dismantled'and the machinery sent to Germany. Union Revival Services hi St. Andrew's Church N Song -Service 7.45 YOUNG'MEN'S at 7.30 in Wcstnu nstcr C'hureu. Wrong Moves in the Game of Life." Prog'rainnie -Tor This Week WEDNESDAY 7.30 Weitmlnlter Church) Young Men's Wrong Life's Game." WEDNESDAY 8 Sin.' THURSDAY 3.30 Ladles' Rally'In Westminster. THURSDAY 8 People's Rally. FRIDAY announced later. TUESDAY AND .FRIDAY AT 4 reh'a Rally. your part In spreading the Spirit of Revival over the epllra City Come early to secure a acat.