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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - February 4, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta FREE BUS TO ALL TRAINS. Hotel leet .S1.25 .1 Day Hotel In LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD L Your Watch Repairs To the Leading Jewelen ARMSTRONG AND RAWORTH OR08. ii Some Regular Everyday Prices on Staple Groceries NAVEL In uxcollcnt condllli swort and Juicy; jon-n fur ...........35C LARGER ONES at 2 dozen for Winter varleUra. have only ilu1 [telU'i1 prudes I'rlTOS per rase and 91.75 ALBERTA good ONTARIO quality, dry and nieiily. uer !IO pound sack SWEET pounds for..........25c JERSEY pound 20c FRESH FRESH CREAMERY Hnesl 2 pounds for ..................75c NEW LAID dozen ..............50r. CANNED Price 3 for CORN, PEAS AND till ........10c LOMBARD tins for GREEN GAGE tins tor BARTLETT for GRIFFIN SKELLEY'S' tins. Special 2 for .................35c ST. CHARLES till ..............lOc PICKLED bottles for TOMATO bottles for......___'.25c H.GH-CLASS GROCERIES GOOD CO. Store 525 WEATHER Max. 21 2-1 20 Miu. 4 .13 S 12 IS M WOMAN'S CIVIC CLUB ARE GIVING A Card Party and Donee friday, February In the K. of P. Hall CARDS SHARP AT 8 O'CLOCK. DANCING FROM 11 TILL 2. Needs Orchestra will furnish the Music. Anyone wishing to guess on Lace Centre Piece can do so till cards are over, when betng will be 50c. Lethbridge. clear Edmonton, cloudy.. Cnlgiiry. clear....... -VediCine Mat. Regiim, fair. ___ 22 Prince A'R'erl, fair 1-1 4 Winnipeg, clcndy..... 22 .C2 Port Arthur, cloudy 2ti 20 The ivL'iilJitr rfarpiiglHHH the u-est luit uceu lucsLly cloudy and mild. Ligfn have been genevnl in Manitobii Souiheru Alberta. Forscast All and mild; light local snow flurries. JCITY AND DISTRICT Chosen Friends Meet Friday The Canadian Order of Chosen Friends will hold a meeting in the S- O.E hull en Friday next at S p.m. L.O.B.A. Meets Tonight I The resuvar meeting of the Victoria Lodge, Ladies' Orange Benevolent as- sociation will be held in the Moose Hall rhis evening at S p.m. sharp. ASH. DAVIS Xotecl Cartoonist, Lecturer and Story Teller HIS PICTURES ARE MARVELS OF SKILL Wesley Church Wednesday, February 10 AN OPPORTUNITY TO HEAR ONE OF AMERICA'S BEST Third lumber of Lyceum Course. Prices 50c and 25c Prominent Mormon in City i work. Mr. Wells represented the Hnton S. TVells o-: Salt Lake ad-! church authorities. and will atlend the local of Big Pay Day Saturday Saturday ie pay drty at all the mines in the vicinity, and It ig uuderstood that ihe amouni put inio circulation vvi'il be the largesi ibis season, on a count of rlic exira ivork afforded by ihe increase iu orders due to the cold er weather. Bible Claas Meeting All members of the Loyal .Men's Bi- ble claga of the Christian church are asted (.0 make a special endeavor to attend the regular monthly meeting, to be held at the home of .Mr. Camp bell, 1264 Third avenue South, on Thursday. F'ebrunry 4, at o'clock. As tills meeting is most important for the future welfare of tlie class, a good attendance is expected. All men are welcome, and don't forget to be on time, 5 o'clock sharp. Baseball Social Tonight Arrangements have been com plei- ed for the St. Patrick's baseball ao- claJ, which Is to be held tonight in St. Ba-sll5s school juidilnrHim. The af- fair is set for S.30 sjiarp. There will he prizes for the winners at euchre and five hundred, and tables have been provided in all the wings for those who do not Indulge in dancing. There 111 be a tliree-piece orchestra on hand, and a good time is guaranteed. Street, car service has been arranged. Grocery Specials Phone 1567 15c IGc 4Gc 50c 45e r large tius; 2 10c 40c 40o 40c 25n Storage Eggs anil Peas Per tin Quaker Oats -Per 5 pound sack Preserved Pears Oats in 8 pound bags, each Corn Beef, 2 and St. Charles Per Cora Royal Crown 'Soap 2 packages for Sunlight Soap Per 3 pound tin "ffww Swill's Lard Per 5 pound Un lOv 100 pound sack of "Pride of Alberta" Flour and one pound ot.Bluc Ribbon Tea for Soda Biscuits 2 pound packets, '2 for 100 pound Back of "Oi Flour and 1 pound .Blue Ribbon Tea Supina Mercantile Co. Corner of 15th Street and 2nd Avenue North THURSDAY'S GRAIN PRICES Winnipeg, Feb. 4. Opening and closing prices on Uic strain exchanges today were Open Close May 1.53 July 1.55 .May JulV I May 86 I Cod Liver Compound An excellent tonic for children and aged persons, for it contains all the virtues ami none of the disagreeable properties of Cod Liver Oil. persons or those suffering from deficient vitality, Nyal's Cod Liver Compound is unhesitatingly recommended, for JL helps 'build up ceils mid tis: sues by increasing ihe appetite and aiding digpstion. Large uot- tle smallL'r buttle 50e. The Red Cross Drug Book. Co., Limited "Phone 555 Third Ave. S. CITY AND DISTRICT I.O.O.F. Tonight The Lethbrldue fncampraenl 1.0. 0-F. wi'll confer three degrees toniglit. All members are requested to be pre- sent. Look Who's Here Among the visitors in the city today are: P. S. Coe and wife, Vulcan; D. I Howard, Medicine Hut; Fl. M. Dickin- son, Coutts; A. B. McVay, Great Falls, and William Burton, Card3ton. The inner part of the wheat berry ground, holted and dressed by the most modern machinery under the careful vigilance of most competent millers. Telephone Official in City A. W. Gibson, superintendent of traffic for the provincial government Telephone system, paid the city a visit today, leaving this afternoon for Tti ler. and pointa cast. Annual Meeting Date Confirmed The reeular weekly meeting ol" the Board o[ Trade council was held today at the Lethbridge Hotel, after the ual luncheon provided by -Mr. Matters of minor importance were dis- cussed, and the attendance was small. Wednesday night. February 10. 'was confirmed as the date for the holding of the annual meeting. School Debate Tomorrow Nlnnl On Friday evening at S.15 in the Central school auditorium, Lethbridge High school will compere against C'laresholm Agricultural High .school In the aemi-ilnal of the Provincial High JJi School Debating league for the Ruth: erford Cup. The subject is an appro- priate one: "Resolved, tout Canada should adopt the Ausrruliau system of compulsory and the discus- sion should prove of interest to ev- erybody. Elmor Feir and Jack Wood lake the affirmative side at Lethbridge and Alloen Dunham and Kathleen Mac- Phee ivill uphold the negative side at Claresho'im. A musical programme has been arranged and everyone is In- vited to spend an enjoyable evening. 1.571 1.5S" 67> May .Tulv 1.68 1.68J- 1.69 WIXNIPECr CASH PRICES Xo. 1 .N'or................. 1 53 No. 2 Nor................... 1.52 No. 2 C W........... 65J CHICAGO WHEAT Opening Closing May............. 154% July............ 141% MINNEAPOLIS WHEAT May............ MS July............ liny 149K September........ 729 332 LOCAL WHEAT PRICES Track prices: No. 1 Nor. No- Nor. NCT. Wagon lots: No. 1 Nor. No. 2 Nor. No. XGI-. 133 13S 136 123 126 No. 1 Heel Xo. 1 Hcrl.. Xo. 3 Red.. Xo. 1 Her.. No. 2 Red.. 133 138 130 133 12C 321 LOCAL' LIVESTOCK P. Burns Co, quote the following prices livestock, weighed off ;he cars Lelhhridgc: Choice steers, 6; fat cows and helf- ora, 5 to good fat bulls, 3% tu Sheep Choice killing wethers, ditto, ewns, Select, J.50-2.3C, C. if LIVESTOCK PRICES YESTERDAY Calgary: Hogs, ?7.0S: cattle, 50. Toronto: Hogs, cattle, JT.po, Cnlcafro; rattle ?5.75-0.2a. Don't ThroAV Away Your Prescription by taking It wliere it may not be accurately pan of the ingredients used may bo 30 old as to have lost their freshness, strength and purirj'. Get the full value of your doc- tor's services by bringing your pre- scription 10 you know it Trill receive all the exact care and honest anentioii that our pride or by experience, training, and the most complete, modern, carefully-selected, thor- ougMy-if-.Riefl and well-kept stock of prescription possibly give it. Our Prescription Department is ntlcr the ry perns ion of Graduateg In Pharmacy. Our stock of .Rare Drugs and is oue. of the most com- plete in the West. The Store TELEPHONE NO. 322 j PRIVATE EXHIBITION OF THRILL- ING FILMS PORTRAYS WAR AS IT REALLY IS No ore Piles Simple Home Eemedy Euily Applied GivM Quick Belief-and Kolhlng to Try. The Pnuiiil from SlaiU TrUL Pyramid Pile Remedy gives quick relief, stops itching, bleeding or pro- TUrilng pilcH, hemorrhoids and all rec- tal troubles, ID Mia privacy of your own home.' Pyramid Pile Remudy is 1'or pple at all dnigelsts, a DDK. A 5Jng7e box often cures. A trial treatment will'he mailed free Tor (he asking. .Pyramid Drug Co., 517 Pyramid Bldg., .Marshall, Pictures in the illusLraied maga- zines, and in the daily papers, e.xhibitinns of inarching Iroops, the wounded in hospital, with the para- phernalia of the munitions ol war, have given us some idea of the ly business now poine; on in-Europe, hut in conveying the sriiu tragedy of it all, and bringing home details as they havu- actually occurred in all their dread reality, the Belgian war pictures which start tonight at the Bijou stanrl in a diKiinctiveness all their own. j j A private, view was Riven this j morning before the city council, rep-; resented by Messrs. Grace and the scheol" board by Messrs. Higin-> botham and McKillop, the clergy by j the Revs. Cobbledick, Denoon and, Canon McMillcn, together with other citizens and 'members of the local j press. i The destruction wrought by the Oermans on the DeJgian cities of Ant-j werp. N'amar, Alost atid Maiines were' ilisplayea with all the havoc by the German guns, glimpses ol the battleheld with men in trenches and j machine guns in action wore vividly j portiayorl, and the flecinp; of fufritivcsi from home and country. i The ulea of battle, as it is held by j the average individual becomes dissi-' pated qn seeing the pictures of its actual waging, tho nonchalance of the men while the actual business is pro- ic vnu auiiutii uusnreaa strikes one as There it no excitement, but the FJre dM demote to new iTiealrc. steady firing and irregular pushing forward across beet and other fields. There is nothing of glamor, but war as it, is carried on under modern con-1 ditions. The hatile oi antwerp, with the firing and ducking for cover, the wounded rarrind to the rca, hasty picking up and using of cartridges, was as realistic as one would wish to see were he on the actual field of op- erations. To describe the pictures hilly would take tip a volume of space, they .ire splendid on what they profess to tell, brir.Eir.s to the cy? which Imagination alone could dwell on, There arc a hundred and one details, interesting, absorbing, educative and compelling, which the series show. It is a plain and unvarnished tale which the pictures unfold, and this gives them the claim of being the war pic- ture; above all others recently cx- Mbitcd. Fair Warning The Dominion Hoviscys now in session at Ottawa. The .lirst important business is to raise money to assist in carrying on the war in the Mother Country. To raise the money n "Tent many slnplo articles of food will ha-ve to he taxed. You will iind that Tea. Coffee and Sugar will take a sharp advance. We are selling sugar in 20Ib. sacks (not ISlbs.) Friday and Saturday only TEA We have a good Hue in hulk. Try a pound. Price .................40C COFFEE Why pav 50c a pound for Coffee, -when, you. get a pound, fresh ground, at i for 2sc. cnn eell IOC 25C 10C Ivory Soap, has always been sold at it at, per bar.....................: Corn, per can Peas. per. can............. .Beans, per can............ Tomatoes, large size, 2 1'or St. Charles Cream, per can Ontario Cheese (very old) Ontario Cheese. 2 pounds ............450 Wirf have a few case.s Olives in 40 ounce bot- tles that, sell, regular S.L.OO; now .-75C Goodwillie'R Fruits, per bottle .........25p Herring in Tomato Sauce, 2 for.......25C Bloaters 20e; 2 for..................35C Chivers'. B. Cm-rant, Jam, i-lh glass...25C ORANGES AND QRAPE FRUIT Price per FOR BREAKFAST Floridj Grape Fruit 3 tor................. California Navel Orangei, per dozen California Navel Oranges, per dozen... 25c 25c 35c 2 pounds for Lettuce Per pound 25c 40c sack to a customer. -SI.40 Friday and Saturday Call awl insjiect our Crockery... H.A.McKillop Phones 1113 and 416. Chief Mine In'Plctor Here iOr for the province, ie ID the city John T] Sllrllng. chief mine Inspect-1 day. to- Auction Sale, Sat Feb. 6th AT LETHBRIDQE FEED AND SALES'STABLES, CORNER OF THIRD STREET AND TGURTH AVENUE. head of Mil re a and Geldings, mostly broken. Weight 900 to 1500 pounds. .4 Cows to calf In spring. Also Wagona, Buggiee nnd Harness. Anyone wishing to sell or buy horses should attend this sale at one o'clock sharp. Write or Phone 1552. Terms cash. J. A. W, J. DODD3, MANAGER, ;