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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - February 5, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta FREE BUS TO Al.-.L TBAINE- Windsor J1.35 a Day Howl Alb.rU >AILY HERALD Mail Your Watch Repairs To Hie Leading ARMSTRONG AND RAWORTH BROS, Some Regular Everyday Prices on Staple Groceries NAVEL i-oiuLUlun: LARGER ONES nt 2 doi'-rn [or .............45c Winter vurii-lios. only boiir-r jinnies lei'I I'ri.-rs PIT nsp............ .S1.G5 and 51.75 ALBERTA IVr ONTARIO .uuiuy. dry mm pound xai'fc SWEET for..........25C JERSEY pound 20c FRESH inc FRESH CREAMERY finest ijiwlity. jioimilR for ..................75c NEW LAID ilozcu ..............50c CANNED puck, lurfo 1'riri" for .............................25e CORN, PEAS AND tin ........10c LOMBARD tills for GREEN GAGE tins for...... ..S1.00 BAKTLETT tins for GRIFFIN t SKELLEY'S i.m1 this. Special '2 for .................35c ST, CHARLES tin .............10c PICKLED boltles for ....'........25c TOMATO tollies for ...........35c THE GOOD CO. H1GH.CLASS GROCERIES WEATHER 'iH'c.igr. Medic-mi: ILu, clear I'ort Arthur, cloudy Kdmonton. cleat Prinut1 mir liO li .20 M 0 -01 il fair and THE WOMAN'S CIVIC CLUB ARE GIVING A Card Party and fiance 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 ouess on Lacs C-ntre Piece can dc so till cards are over, beans will be 50c. The weaiijcr m !iimiitGu. has been most I becoming snrrwfalls have lieen gwiernl in Manitoba, lu Alberta it has teen clear and nicderatrly coKl ivich liiht Joral snoivialls. FORECAST and i cold iortay and Saturday. j and moderate- ly cold. Alberta Fair and comparatively I mild. ASH. DAVIS Xoted Cartoonist, Lecturer and Story Teller HIS PICTURES ARE MARVELS OF SKILL Wesley Church Wednesday, February 10 AN OPPORTUNITY TO ONE OF AMERICA'S Third Number of Lyceum Course. Prices 50c aud 25c CITY AND DLSTKICT Movie Men Examined Chief SUelion is conducting the mov- ing picture operator's i There Eire 53 questions relating to the I operation of machines, electric prob-1 J lems and emergency mensureb con- lained in the examination sheet, which is prepared by che province Communion Services Quarterly communion services will be observed in Wesley churcli next Snudflv. The Lord's Supper will be j ailrmnisiered and members received; morning aad ei'cning1 sen'icps. j Tliose liniting arc remiesled to be pre- ia Llie moruins. if passible. Tiie oLiicinl board win raecl on Tuesday evening next Debate Tonight third High ECltcol detatb j be held tonight in the Central school 1 auditorium, Lethbricise High school j debating jigainst Ciaresliolm School of i Agriculture, on tho subject, "Resolved, iliat Canada should adept the Austra- lian Eysiem of compulsory Elmer Fr-ir sad Jeclc Wood n-ili up- hold the affirmative side here, and Misses Aileen Dunham and Kathleen McPhee wftl debate irom Ihe negii- tive at Claresholm. Sergt. Ashe at Grassy Lake J Kergr. Ashe, formerly of the LerJi- bridge deiacbment, and one of tlie [best known and moEi popular officers oi the R.NAY.M.P. iu Southern Alber- ta, has taken charge cf tlie Grasey _ Lake detachment. Mrs. Ashe is aJso here and getting comfortably settled at tbe barracks. Tho people oi Grassy Lake 'welcome EergL. and Mrs. Ashe and hope the period of their residence in town will be a lengthy Grassy Lake Gazette. REFUSE THE GIFT Amsterdam, via London. Feb. errding to (.lie Lokal tie vvar committee at. Zwie'tau. Saxony, j passed a resolution (o (JecJjne the Rifis oi the American peo- ple-on ihe irroiiitd that American neu- irality hvphocritical, sluce suppiles c[ arms ammuniiion are bQlng Ehipiied to Germany's enemet. ASH DAVIS, CARTOONIST Ash Davis proved he could enter- tain us the second time better than fbe first. His ras pictures Trerc jfle novelty of the XevrE. HURST -i- Embalmerand Funeral Director -t- Is Now Located at Corner 8th SL South MARKETS GOLD FISH AND JAR FREE Saturday Mornini? only have a few Fisli aad Jars left and these we are glnng FREE on Saiunlay morning with every purchase amounting to 50c or more. CITY AND DISTRICT Notaries Public George L. Ferris, Nanton, and R. Fletcher or IJurdett have boon uppolnt- ed notaries yublic. Delicious Toasted MarshmalliMvs from the Factory. 40c per pound The Red Cross Drug Book Co., Limited Third Ave. S. Mr, Higinbothsm a Commissioner J. D. Higlnbotham has bocn appoint- ed a neglected children commisEiuner. and as such, is made n justice of the j peace. 1 New Masters in Chambers f Judges .McNeil of Marfeod, Lees of llctl Deer, Winter of Medicine Hat The inner part of t'jo wheat berry ground, bolted and dressed by the most modern machinery under the careful vigilnnee of most competent millers. 10 and the south- j judicial district, and Carpenter Medi-! OJ' sections 8, ____ p cme Hat, have been appointed masters ;cast qilarrcr ol Section 10 in Town- I in chambers of the Supreme Court of G Kani.c is west of tlie Kuurth New School Districts i tan School District No. 3214 or the Scclion 7, H, 14, 15, 1C, 17, IS, Province of Alberta. 33, 23 onil the north halves] _Official Trustee E. B. Duell, Mr. Scott Exonerated I In the report o[ the Little Bow el- ection case, in which the election held in December was voided by Judge Jackson, it appeared that David Scott !the respondent, may have been proven guilty of charges preferred iigaiust him in an affidavit made by the re- lator, Alexander Fraser. The affidav- it was published, but the charges Tvere not upheld by Judge Jackson. Jlr.' Scott was not connected with any cor- rupt practices that may have preced- ed the election. Thrc election was merely declared void on account of certain with ivhich he hud nothing lo do. Meridian, have been ercctwl into School District mirier the name oi The Columbus School District Xo. 32J3 of the Province nl Alberta. Official Trustee C. L. Atkins. Xcw Dayton. Sections J, 2, 3, -1, 5, fi, 7, S, 0, .10, 11, J2, IS, tlie smith halves of Dayton. EXECUTE THREE ASSASSINS OF ARCHDUKE FERDINAND Amsterdam, Feb. Berlin dis- patch received here says that the exe- cution of three of the conspirators In the assassination the Archduke Francis Ferdlnandr heir-apparent to People's Forum Section and 17, those portions of I the Austrian throne, took place Section l-l and 15 lying south and of (lie lake in Township 5 Range IS west of the Fourth Meri- dian, been erected into n School District under the name of The Can- elo Ihc. nesday in the prison of the court fort- ress at Sarajevo, Bosnia. The men put to death -were: Veljko CubrilovJc, Alieko Jovnnovlck and Dan- today Wheat- May July Oats- Mai- July Wheat. Stealing During the past u'eelt- Corporal Perre had a. fine time scouring the country lor cne, Richard Colaha'w. who j was wanted for stealing- wheat, from R. Clements cf Champ-on. The search occupied four clays, afrer v.hicb C'ol- shaw was located and arrested eleven I miles ive-si of Champion on .Monday, (January 25. Colshaw appeared before E. W. Paitson or Charapicn tne fl. OpPDiBg and., Jon-ing dsv and iras .remanded to ap- ;es on the grain exchanges) pear at champion on Monday, Febru- ary I. The're are charges ag- Open Close., ajnst The accused, one being that of I.o9 stealing GO bushels of wheat, and ths 1.501 1.60J other that of appropriating a horse, tne property of J. Haggerman to haul the stolen grain, one of his on-n horses FRIDAY'S GRAIN PRICES tfl-VN'IFEG CASH PRICES Wheat- Xo. 1 Nor. j Ko. 2 Xor. ;No. S Nor.......... 3 C. IV i 1 1 CHICAGO 681 J.54A 1.51 ftfi heing played out at tlie lime. The horse wns at pasture on the quarter from which tte .vrheat was Vulcan Advertiser. c.... July J.B4J 1.42 MJXNKAPOLIS St. Cjfpriar.'s Get-Together Banquet i Over n hundred men from St. Gyp- 53i riaii's Church were present at a han- quet prepared by the' AVomen'E Aus- illarr, in the 3.6.E. hall last nifiht. It nag a get-tosethcr meeting to disciiGS 1--HJ- Ufe affairs cf the church, and to cre- ate more interest in the church am- Sept. 1.51 1 -'IS 3 CUg Ljle j After doing full Jusffcc LOCAL LIVESTOCK P, Burns Co. quote prices for Hveatech, wejgn? C3TS Choice steers, K-, [at and heii- (o gtwd fat bulls, to to the splendid supper, an excellent jirogrammt; consisting cf bongs, rcci- LatJojji sncetlit3 was reudered- Tbij speeches partitularly wets ol i i.ifcid ortier, anri credit is due to the In the that Don't Throw Away by taking it where If" may not be accurately filled where part of the ingredients used may_be so old as to have lost their freshness, strength and purity. Get tlie full value of your doc- tor's services by bringing your pre- scription to us where you know it Vfill receive all the exaci care and hocest attention that our pride reputation backed by experience, (.ruining, and The luoat complete, modern, carefully-selected, thor- oughly-tesied and well-kept SI of prescription possibly give ic. Our Prescription Department under the Graduates In Pharmacy. Our stock of Rare Drugs and Chemicals is oae of the most com- plete In the West. The TELEPHONE NO. 222 Mill-Workers Tonighl The Flour and Cereal Mill Em- loyaes Local 14039 'ivlll meet tonight at iicual time and place. All mem'oGrs are requested to he in at- tendance. "WAR IS HELL" Editor have just come the Bijou Theatre, where, in company with many otJiers. I saw Ihe Uelgian battlefield scenes as they were photographed. It would seem that not only do these pictures give lo ths curious some accurate idea of what has hap- penftl in Belgium, but they also pro- vide food for some very earnest U, inking. lUiile many of the soldiers under Jlre exhibited a sscming nonchalance and some of the fugitives did not ap- pear to be greatl} wotried about the tragedy overtaking their1 cities, yet were more than greatly outnum- bered by the drawn' iaces and limp bodits ot the wounded, the old and feeble and children with their bundles nf hastily gathered effects, and the havoc of devastated cities. One won- ders hosv human documents there were in those processions, far Jiiore thrilling and pathetic than any story oi autii'c-r or poet. The' absurd- itv of tlie whole tliinp; impresses me. i doss our boasted modern civiii-1 :zaiion allow this cai'iiagc and dc-j Ktruction oi life and of property i I should cither moral or political' issues h.5 thus decided 1 :im intense-) ly patriotic, and would go tomorrow1 and fight for my King and my coun- i try, if circunisLances would but al- low me. At the same time 1 think that is the most hcllisli and il- logical thing that this world knovrs and Hiat tlie victory for which we, as an Kmpire, should strive, is not just the victory over .an enemy, but one over war iUsclt. In other words, we need to overthrow the great mili- tary power of CJerniany and place, ourselves in such petition of power that we can definitely lake a stand that will make it clear, once anil for all, that such a time iis this shall never be tolerated ajjajn in the his- tory of nations f helfere Hint it is (his spirit that is sending our Empire so unitedly in- to the light. do not sen the "divi- sions that were a feature of the Boer War. All ate united because they icnl that (his is Briraiii's opportunity to make a definite stand For internation- al peace anil for the substitution of common-sense arbitration instead ot Sbcepr-Choice killing wethers, ditto, ewes, 5y4. 150-250, C. tons C. 0. Lewis 6f Enchant Thos. Jamic- niey pane.tid their resuectlvc subjects. The ths programme; National Anlhem, the company: least. -The J. Jcues, song, j. Mfiore, Heaver Mines 11. CJ. ritraktri toast. "'I ne Future of lalmrast, and S. .1. Morgan: recUation, Mr. j son, of How Island. Htifern; uiati. 'Tin; J. W. Bartleti; A. Querrc- loafit, "Wo- ifian'a K. isonp, J. T. Pens; tcmst. ".Man's Duty- lie the ft G, Straker; toast, LOST "Tlie E. s. Jackson, to i Rev. Canon McMlllen replied in a few Washington, D.C., Fyb. filling jvcrds. blankets marked "Idler." washed Can Take Affidavits Commissioners for taking affidavits! wanton, .slaughter and destruction recently are J. Russell Oli- international ilisputrs. ver, John Cooper, K. .'J. Hossiter, of; am In talic up in I _____.... your valuable Lcthhridpe TIios. C, Ltoyd, of Beaver! space, ME Kditor, hut Mould Klines; A. L. Toscy of Seven for peaoc might he worth mere i' they were uttered in such a spirit. Thankim; you, I am. Yours K- 31. SHAW. "IDLER" AND CREW BELIEVED ashore at the Cape coast- guard are regarded as silent proof (hat the vessel 'wrecked on the Diamond flhoals last week wa? ilui yacht cf name from New V'ork on a cruise lo the J'acifjc, and thai f her (-apLain and crew of 12 undoubted-' ly were loaf. Mabe] RcqueEts the Pleasure of Your Company at STARLAND MONDAY Auction Sale, Sat. Feb. 6th AT LETHBRIDGE FEED AND SALEB STABLfeS, CORNER OF THIRD STREET AND. FOURTH AVENUE. 70 head of Mates and Geldfng.v rnpEtly broken. Weiglil lo 1500 Jiuuntls. I Con's to calf In Also Wagons, Ungglca and Harness. Anyone wishing lo sell or buy horses should attend Ibis sale at, one o'clock Bharp. Write or Phone. Infi2. Tdnns cash. A. ft. J. DOOD3, MANAGER. Fair Warning The Dominion House is now in session at Ottawa. The first important business is to raise money to assist in carrying on the war in the Mother Country. To raise the money a great many -sto.plP. articles of food will have to be taxed. You will find that Teh, Coffee and Sugar will take a sharp advance! We are selling sugar in 20lb. sacks (not 181bs.) Friday and Saturday-Cash only TEA We have a good line in bulk. Try a pound. Pricfi .................40C COFFEE pay 50c a pound for Coffee, when you get a pound, fresh ground, 40c We can sell Cfi 10c lOc 10c 25c 10c 20c ,45c We have a Jew casc.s Olives in 40 ounce botr .ties that sell regular now .JSC Goodwillio's Fruits. bottle....... -25C' Herring in Tomato 2 for.......25C " '20c; 2 for..................J5Q Chivers' B. Ourninl' Jam. J-tb glass...25C at................. Ivory Soup IIQB always been sold at 3 Col' It it, pst bar Corn, per can.............. Peas, per can............ Beans, per can............. large size, 2 foe St. Charles Cream, per can Ontario Cheese (very old) Ontario Cheese, 2 ORANGES AND GRAPE FRUIT FOR BREAKFAST Florida Grape Fruit 3 for................ California Navel Or.ngeB, per (lozen Calllornll Navel Oranges, per liozcu Price per case ___ 2 dozen for 36c; Or per case 2 pounds for Lettuce TV pound 25c 40c 25c 25c 35c Siigiir, UUP sack Lo -a.customer! Friday and Saturday Call and inspect our Crockery. H.A.McKillop Phones 1113 416., ;