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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - February 1, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta FREE BUS TO ALL TRAINS. Hotel Windsor 11.33 Day Hotel In Albiru DAILY HERALD Mall Your Watch Repairs To the Leading Jewelora ARMSTRONG AND RAWORTH BROS. Tho inner part of the wheat berry ground, bolted and dressed by the most modern machinery under the careful vigilance of most couipe tent millers. TAYLOR MADE FLOUR IS "Honest to Goodness" Every Day is Bargain Day Here We have an exceptionally large slock ct staple cj oods bought In large quantities and at (he toWest possible figure that we are able to sell at a very (ow price and still have a margin left. Look over this Mat for- values: qimljiy. Canadian piu-k. p.xlra henry caPM. Prirtv 51.50, 51.65, NAVEL lot Just in. Special valuvs at, 2 for.................. .35c '2 doxi'ii And sines, por dozen ..............40c iimi fi'osli, per pound ......JOc SWEET pound? for 25c JERSEY pound .......20c lie'1 cwL..'.. nolliloff butler to be had. per 90 pound sack HARVEST pure, tnnia! to any- thing paclted Jim! bettor Ilimi most, lines: Strawberry, Raspberry and Black Currant, T> pound, full weight puils, each ..........85c ALL OTHER KINDS such as Peach, J'rar, Plum, Green Gage, etc., per pail ..............75c CRAB APPLE JELLY--Per pall ............76C office: Phone 1271 i IS THE GOOD CO. H1GH.CLASS GROCERIES Phroe 525 We Have Buyers for Sheep In bands of from 200 to 2500. Stockws and Milk GOTO. have for sale, an extra fine lot of Shorthorn, Durham and Angus. wire or phone Hatch Lewis COMMISSION 40S. Acadij Building Lethbridge Stock Yards S.Y.HUB3I Embalmerand Funeral Director Is Now Located at 803 3rd Ave. S. Corner 8th St. South MARKETS GRAIN PRICES Winnipeg, Man., Feb. and closing price? on the local grain han-a today were: Open Close 150 July............ 151 Closing Cash Prices No. l Northern... 149% No. 2 Northern No. 3 Northern.......... Ht; Xo. 2 C. 6G-Vi No. 3................. Barley- No. 3 Flu- No. 1 X. W. C._........... Chicago Wheat Open May............ 153 July............ 135 Minneapolis Wheat May......... H3% JuJy............ 140H icptember........ WEATHEB 14 Mas. -Mm Lethbridge, fair.. 35 4 C-algnry, tiear...... ;i2 Medicine Hut, clear 10 Mocse Jaw. ciear..... 11 Regina, cloudy...... 15 Prince Albert, cleur...... iu Port Arthur, clear.. The weather in Manitoba has been fair and cold, with a. few local snoir Hurries. In Saskatchewan and Alberia it has bee-Q mostly fine and moderately cold. Fwecast All CITY AND DISTEICT Corrected List of Officers Tlie report of the election of officers of the Chinook club which appeared in Saturdays issue of the Herald "was somewhat incorrect. Hera is the cor- rect list: President, Judge Jacksou; vice-presldeni, J. W. McNicol; hon. sec., C. H. Kerr; executive comtriictee, H. Donnan, O.F.P. Couybeare, L. As- quith, Tluulng, E.R. Kennedy and Commissioner Grace. "The Chocolate Soldier" at Majestic Owing- to the large advance sale, and tiie great demand for seals for 'The Chocolate Soldier." which will bs in the Majestic Theatre toaighc, the manasernan( of the Majestic state that sll reservations must be uaid fcr by o'clock, as no seals will be he-id in reserve afcer chat hour Seats will lie on sale at the Hedley Drug Co. uutil I six o'clock, after which hour the plan j will be at the theatre bos office, I where the remaining seats will be sold at tlie wicket in the usual manner. There are still remaining a good num- ber of good seats of all prices, and in. tending patrons lire advised to secure seats early tonight, as the company doubtless play to an absolute capacity house. The curtain will rise sharp at 3.30 p.m. Rileys (English Toffee A Wholesome Candy 1'or the WHOLE 'FAMILY Try some. You -will like them. 40c per pound. The Red Cross Drug Book Co., Limited Third Ave. S, CITY AND DISTRICT Has New Parlors S. Y. II lira I 1ms removed taking parlors to SOo Third South, opposite the old churoli. lis under- iivoiuiu Wesley Orphcum Opens Next Week Manager Light strifes tliiit ilie Slier- man Theatre will open as Llie Orphc- uni next week. It has been remodell- ed and decorated, and it is the inten- tion of the management to raudeville as as pictures. The Men's Own In a masterful way Mr. Marsh In- troduced and discussed Mio topic, "Is the World netting at the Men's Own yesterday afternoon. As !a preliminary tie speaker intimated j i the matter for consideration was ot such nn enveloping character und na- ture Ibat a, technical nnd minute exam- ination "was an Impossibility during the brief period disposed to him, and elected to deal ivith the subject in a comprehensive manner, with the vol- untary promise of a return visit to handle the question upon more defin- ite lines. The address sounded the conviction in a positive way about Uie world making good, notwithstanding the present day, seemingly paradoxical Auction Sale, Sat. Feb. 6th AT LETHBRIDGE FEED AND SALES STABLES, CORNER OF THIRD STREET AND FOURTH AVENUE. 70 head oE Marcs anil Geldings, mostly broken. WeIgM 900 Lo 1500 pounds. 4 Cows to calf la spring. Also Wagons, Buggies and Harness. Anyone Tlsiilng to sell or buy horses should attend Ihis sale at one o'clock sharp. Write or Phona 1563. Terms cash, J. A. W. J. DODDS, MANAQEH. EVERY PHASE OF FIGHT- ING SHOWN IN PICTURES Practically every phase, of fighting is are pictures o[ in- fantry in action, of artillery fire, of world-wide situation. In matters of soldiers failing and comrades pulling BCleuca, education, discovery, private I tliera from the trenches, and oi Tied J and public government, human senti- ments, uxpression and attitude, led the speaker to the conclusive affirmative the world was developing along VILLA SHOT, RECOVERING El Paso, Tex., Jan. iFraacisco ViHa, soutbem reTohition- ary. chieftain, was only Slightly wound od several days ago in a shooting af- fair, detatts of which beftn oareiall siippressed. This was the port brougiit directly froni VIHa's headqnarterg at .Agnae by persons who arrived on today's train. FOR RENT The Ground Floor Store in-the Macdonald Block formerly occu- pied by Raworih Broa. 4 Arm- strong, Jewellers, Apply to RYLANDS CO. For information leading to re- covery of the following: One Mare, branded Quar- .ter .Circle S 'J on left shoulder. :-Wcight about 950 .tbi. Ali0. .one Brown Gelding, branded Quarter Circle JC Join- ed, on ftft ahouldcr, weight 1250 Fits, wearing hatter when aeen. Cos's Dairy Phone 1095. Lethbridge j 1305 7th Avenue. LOCAL LIVESTOCK PRICES Choice steers, So.75; fat cows and heifere, 3% to 4ft; good fat bulls, 3% to -killing- 'Brethere, 6: ditto, ewes, 150 to 2501bs 6. LOCAL WHEAT PRICES Track prices: No. 1 Nor. 135% No. 1 Red No. 2 Nor. No. 2 Red No. 3 Nor. 131% No. 3 Red "Wagon prices: No. I JV'pr... 126 -Vo. 1 Red. No. 2 Nor. 322 No.- 2 Red. No. 3 Nor. 117 No. o Red. 135% 13374 122 117 LIVESTOCK PRICES SATURDAY Calgary: Hogs, rr.OQj cattle, J6.40. Chicago: Hogs, J6.40 to 46.90; cat- tle, 15.60 to 99.50. Toronto: Hogs, JS.OO; catrte, ?7.5Q. ALLEGED MURDERER TAKEN Regina, Jan. Neu- mann, wanted for the alleged murder of Henry Jeskle, near Laird, Saak., was arrested on Saturday evening by tbe Mounted Police near Lemberg. Neumann 'was'the last man seen in company- Ihe murdered man, "whose body was discovered lu a par- tially burned straw Etack on January 16. FOOLISH TO SUFFER FROM STOMACH ILLS Wiiat's the use of suffering from heart- burn and the other disagreeable things caused by Dyspepsia and Indigestion, that came under his noli. ohf'nnWn y-Q" "ie Privile.Sc o! of Jl was fl 1 Prohibitionists on the Warpath A rousing meeifng of the Temper- ance forces was held in St. Andrew's church, on Friday evening, under the auspices of the W.C.T.U. Mrs. Mc- Keau, president of the Vv'illard Union of North Lethbridse, was in-the chair. A splendid song service was rendered by the united choirs of St. Andrew's and assisted bv the or- chestra. The Provincial President, Mrs. AIcKinny of Claresbolm gave a very stirring address on- prohibition, in whicli she stated that the whole world was watching-Alberta at tlila time, and we must fight va'iiaiitiy to the last. We must not only educate, Liuc get people to nut into practice the education rhey have been receiving during the years gone by. Some of the people will wake un and rub their eyes after it is over and wish they had taken part In it. The fight was not simply- local, it was world-wide. The liquor traffic was doomed In ev- ery country. The people began advocate moderation about a hundred years ngo, and those who today say the same forget that the world is mov- ing on and thzit very quickly: the sen- ,ence is already passed. The people must prohibit the mill that is turning out so many derelicts upon society, for it is poor logic to legalize and Jl- cense the manufacture of drunkards and then set a few earnest souls to try anil rescue them. The liquor traf- fic Is the enemy of every the enemy of word we hear, so much about in these days. It is the _nBtigator of crime. A retired officer __.__, the R.N.W.M.P., after 20 yeaxB1 ex- men will he kept together from first perience on tlie plains, had [old herjlo last, even when ill 01 wounded. routes of improvement and benefi- e discussion which Imme- lowed was the most liberal 'and extensive recorded to the plat- i form of the Men's Own since the in- ception of ilie institution. is X Iccnce. Th Ididlely folli THESE BEGIN EARLY EN- OUGH WITH THE AVERAGE KIDDIE. ALWAYS A "BAT- TLE ROYAL" TO GIVE THEM MEDICINE. NOT SO WITH Cherry Bark Syrup THEY JUST LOVE IT AND IT DOES THEM GOOD. 25f. 50c and The gpCd Start TELEPHONE NO. 322 workers helping the wounded, 13elgiari and German' alike. Thore ate sad-faced rcfugMS, thousands oi them, ever present, hurrying" from the ad- vancing and then miles of ruined elites and villages and shell furrowed toads. WAR'S CARNAGE SHOWN Tlie modern weapons o[ waif arc arc shown, noMii practice, hut in actual AID IABER IS Taber. Alia., Feb. rasuft q the vJslt of Chief Mine Inspector Ste} or the provincial goTernmeni the object and purpose of its warfare. An armored, motor cat is [jast week, the government have deflr existence in increasing demonstration pictured covering a Belgian retreat. I jteiy decided to furnish to thj week by week. Thei-e were expressed There axe machine guns drawn by miners and their of Taber an dlviBions opinion as to whether the 'dogs, ammunition wagons, amhulano- the eitont oE a certa! was making headway with the piiests and. nuns helping the amount each month. 1 How- wounded, and soldiers Digging trench- MT sterling visited on Fr with tiiair little square shovels in (iny ana n8Ui a conference with tbe n Illef committee .regardJng- Jooal cond mined Uona. He eipreased hlmseir as and citizcnii Iring satisfied that.the situation serious, and demanding tbe the goTernment. As a nji ;best means and in view. i everr the fact that inen think in varin- ;ilonrmade possible the distinctive in- 1 fields of beets aiitt cabbages. terest of the session. Mr. Marsh was! Burning 'cities, broken and strongly urged and will continue the subject aomo future time. welcome soloist at the Jfens O ill continue the bri-dscs, solHiurs and citizens Iring i tirely satisfie time. Always a dead, side by side; all were caught j serious, and Jfens Own, "the on the. Tribune's wondciidl film. attention oC t contribution of Mr. Miller was heartily BELGIANS ON THE FIRING LINE ;auit hia investigation he presenL Prdbab'Iy the most ,druinatic pic-1 strong recomraendfttions to the gov received. REAL "KULTUR" MEDAL lure is't-ho explosion of n shell, tear- ing io pieces. a house just back ot the firing line near Termonde. The sol- diers arc first seen in a field near the The -HBgue. The German Another house is burning, ai- Imperiai Gazette anonnces that (he tcr haying fccen struck by a 'shell. ruined rouf is plainly visible. Kaiaer has conferred upon Ernst sa-uev, author of "The' Hymn of Hate; The Belgian soldiers fire at the un- Agalust the highest decora- sectl Hermans anil advance. Just as tion of Mie order of (lie Red Eagle of they pass out of "the vision of the mo- ernment. The amounts given by the ment will he distributed by means orders for provlelona, and wlfi handled by the local relief committci1 in accordance with the eipreflied wi of the government officials. At a meeting of tho relief on Monday, Sampaon Sanderson, miner, Tv'ho has been unable to worjli the fc-unb class, with the royal crown. Li0n picture camera a oE smoke three'years was appointed rdl The German press notes the announce- about the Houses; simultan-f omcer at a of 325a month, an ment with outspoken satisfnctlon, the Cously- the stone and bricks and tiles U-m nave }JJE offico In the conncj Berliner Tageblatt asscrtring that Lis- 0[ a iinnse are seen .Ay-ing up into hiK hours being from 10 sauer's poem entitles bim to rank net air as a GernVfui shell explode: cne of the celebrities of tlie mod urn i fty special arrangcmflnt with the times. I Chicago '1'ribune, which gives half the profits to the .Belgian Red Cross; GERMAN SUBMARINES (these remarK'able pictures will each -week day. lie will take ov> his duties torlay. N SUBMARINES IN NORWEGIAN WATERS shown here at the Bijou theatre1, three for bccembcr lell off to less _ days commencing Thursday, Feb. -1. oi what "they were In 1913. entries in SflBkatcbewa lell off to less than ha J Canadians To Go to Front as One Division London, Feb. Canadian con- tingent will form one division ui the Bullish anny. Ko far as possible its .hat at least SO ner ccnL. of Lhe cases ice was the ra- of dis- The llntish authorities have never intended destroying a raluahlc tea- turii of the national strength by scat- are'made of. That is why we have con- om: si: idencKin them. Among other things, they contain ?ep- ,jn and Bismuth, two of the greatest digcs- ive aids known to medical science. They wothe and comfort the stomach, relievo leartburn and distress, promote the secrc- ion of gastric juice and help make ihe bowels regular. We believe them to be by all odds the best remedy for indigestion or dyspepsia ever made. We you will say so, too, once you have used them. If ybii don't, they will cost you nothing. Sold only at the more than Rexall StoresVand in this town c.nly at our store. Three sizes, 25cr 50c and J iliglnbolhum Co.. Umlled. iiad Heard of In Alberta that, could say so. In reference to the] MACLEOD MAN cry about the unemployment that would reauIt 'when prohibition is in forco. shy said it would not hear In- eovcniincni for atatiatics proven from that if the money invested in the Jiqnor was usiifl for Llic produt-llon of tiiu dif- ferent articles an ordinary mnn re i GETS COMMISSION IN ARMY Alta., Feb. W. Kcrt- rlKht of Mar.leod, who has been prom- ised a commisHlon in .the Drltlah Army, leaves for the Old Country to- morrow, and will at once report to the War Office for duty on his arrival In mnn re [London. quires iu his home, it would mean the! Mr. Kortrighl iormeily held a coni- employment of eight mtn to every one j mission In the regular army and en- engaged In the manufacture of liquor, fisted with the first contingent, hut In moving a vote of thanks, Rev. A, Cr was turned at Valcartler owing Bryan encouraged the temperance to some slight operation being neces- workers by stating some about Lary. This operation lias, Ihe reoejjl canvas throughout tho cily.Ueen successfully perrormetl.i Paris, Jan. 31. The Copenhagen correspondent of The Temps hears from P, trustworthy source that Ger- man submarines are cruising in Nor- wegian waters, contrary to Interna- tional law. ONLY ONE "Bromb Quinine." that is Laxative 1 Cures a Cold in One Bay, Grip in 2 Days en box. 35 c. Scene From "The Chocolate Spldier" at ihe Majestic Theatre Tonight ;