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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - February 6, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta ,Y HERALD Mail Your Watch Repairs To the Leading Jeweltri ARMSTRONG AND BAWOBTH BUS TO ALL TRAINS. Hotel Windsor Some Regular Everyday Prices on Staple Groceries NAVEL Ni: SV.IVT j'.ik'y, LARGER OI'.'Fii Hi' 2 IUKTH APPLETS v.inr; In-. '.IT jyiuli-s Icfl iincsl 75c ALBERTA l'v.1 ONTARIO li PIT d S1.25 sl iire'.lily. dry and SI. 50 ;-i-niul-. for 23c JERSEY f'rr pound 20c FREoH CtLERY iVr IQc -RESH CREAMERY MaRralli iiulllily. pounds L'ov NEW LAID Per ilozcil 50c CANNED Solid inick, larso l'ni-c lor 25c CORN, PEAS AND PIT tin 1Qc tOMBARD 10 iiCJ fov S1-OQ GREEN GAGE 9 Una lor BARTLETT 7 Mils lor GRIFFIN f. SKELLEY'E Medium tins. Special 2 for ...35c ST CHARLES Pel' Uu PICKLED 2 I'tlttlcB for 25c TOMATO 2 bottles Cor 25c Office: Phonel271' CO. HIGH-CLASS GROCERIES Store: Phone 525 WKATHEU TAYLOR MAID .....jprl, Ciiir Wir.riiprp. clmiiiy clear Metis. lY.n cloudy IS I 1" HI and Eye Insurance There is life, lire uiid ucrident all noLessary aim higlily essential. insure Lyes: 'SATURDAY'S GRAIN PRICES Winnipeg, Man Feb. anil closins prices on toaay f.-ere: i Wheat- May I The MTatluT in Manitoba has fair .imi I'olii with a ii'w local s ilurries. In Saskatchewan, clear I mild. i I I'OKKl'AST ami' lii-Ue higher temperature loduy anil Sunday. I anil' Alberta Fair, and I'ompaiMiivi'ly -riulii. j ICI'lT AND DISTRICT i Going to Ottawa S. 13 all leaves for OUa-vn 10- rhe local zrnin i nislil en private business. Open C'l The policies we issue are iu every par- insur? relief iind comfon LO weary eyes. ThP resioraticn o5 failiag Eight 10 normal conditions is our profeFsion. The liundreds of sick eyes dial we have made well, are all strong lesiimonials o[ our pro- Rcitncy. Tf your siglii v.rong. lei us make ii right by our insur- ance. TAKE OUT A POLICY TODAY! Eye Specialist in chzrga of Optical Department. RAWright THE CITY'S LEADING JEWELER. Established 1B98. May............ Flax- May July............ Closing Czeh Prices No. 1 Xonhern......... No. Northern......... 1 No. 3 Northern........- I No. 4................. No. .1................. Xo. 6.....- i I No. C. W.............. I No. 3 C. 1 Feed No. 1 Feed...... Flax- No 1 S. C............ No. '2 C. VC....... Chicago Wheat Open j Holidays Granttd Tile General '-jiir1; I I'll the- Iiiiter-carrieri a half-holiday un afternoons during July and i Aiignsi comiiijT season. The prti- lions of 70 _ner cent, of the citizens in Canadian carried the request. US tcri! 151K PresentGci With Badae i Mr. G. Allison, I'D.. Lnynl Order I cf .Moose, was presented with a hand-. S some Pi'.st Dieiiitor's budge by the of Lethbridge Ledge No. '.last Tuesday night. Mr. Allison made ja very fitting speech m reply. sion Easy to Take Colds, grippe and coughs lend lo loner one's vilnlity. To Imild U" your body and overcome this vitality you need a medicine food such as lied Cross Emulsion of Cod Livei- Oil H will soon give you addition- al strength and promote your health. It is pleasant to lake because it is made of pure, fresh, -Nor- wegian Cod Liver Oil. Price Too larire bottle The Red Cross Drug Book Co., Limited Third Ave. S. CITY AND DISTRICT MuGiciane Meet Sunday The Musicians' Union will meet on Sunday afternoon uC 3 o'clock in the city band rcoms. Business important. Cl lean an id Pu 'ure Drawing at Staunton Prizewinners: No. Munn; Heifer Calf. No. Black, Lethbridge; Pig- Last Social Before Lent The young ladies of St. Patrick's. Trill give their tirst social of the year on Tuesday, February 9, at the Knights of Pythias Hall.- A euchre party will open the affair at S 30 sharp. Excellent music has befcn liro- Tlded Tor the occasion; and special prizes will he awarded the winners at tie card party. As it is the last social held before the Lenten season, the J.oung ladies hope to pee many of tijeir friends, turn out for a few en- joyable hours on Tuesday, nieht. Co'4 63 J. R. Watts' Father Dead .1 R. V.'att. well-known lo licrseninn. received a telegram Wednesday, announcing the demh his father, whrcli occurred at Ayrshire. Sciiilar.il, on Tuesthiv. at ihe ase ofi fleview. s May.......... July........ Mlnnsapo Mar July September _ 139'., I Wheat US Salvation Arniy Ssrvice Tomorrow evening lit iherii v, i'il an illustrated song service at-the Army citr.del. .Many fav- orite hymns w-ill lit sang, and some special solos, illustrated with lantern i views, will be rendered The Salva- i tion Army has given several of these services, and they have proven I'i'sY i vcr-v popular. LOCAL LIVESTOCK Noted Cartooniet Coming Ash Davis, noted cartoonist and lec- turer, will be here on February in YVeslev church. He has rare gifis: as P Co quota the following! artist his worlc is rapid and skilful, prices for'm-estock, weighed off ,he The running lecture is wilu ami eu- I-arq I ethbridae- lertaining, while true to sreat pnn- Choue fa, cows and and good morals. His hearers to good fat to, only wish Ion. killing wethers. ti'i ditto, ii. LOCAL WHEAT PRICES Track prices: No. 1 N'or. HIT? No- 1 "Red No. 2 Nor. 130-s Xo. Red N'o. 3 Nor. ISTTfe Red Wagon lots: Xo. 1 Xor. 121 No. 2 Nor. 12S good enough for any audience ;ioy- where. Ash Davis in a lie 3 socd, and i Lethbridge riiizens Eiiouid consider j ihemseli CE fortunate in being able lo hear this ta'ieni. Seeing Things at Plncher On Wednesday evening, between S and 9 o'clock, J. Miirr of Dry Fork, saw what appeared to be an airshili. He and two others 'watched, it for R long time, and at last it came toward the ground, apparently 10 miles east of the Dry Fork school. I'lucuer Creek Echo. Plncher Horses for Army The remount officers, who were here on Tuesday and Wednesday purchased S3 horses iu Pincber Creek. A srcal many were turned down, but will pro- bably have better luck next lime. We are 'told that 23 horses were bought in Cowley ou Creek Echo. Bartenders Re-organize The local bartenders have been "XJ- organized by J. O. Jones, and practical- j i ]y a'il the hotel-keepers in the city i jliave signed agreements to the effect ,lhat they will recognize the Baneud ars' union in all their transactions. H is undersiocd that the bartenders are going lo organize 10 fight the prohi- jbition measures now being adopted by ihc temperance forces. Masonic Dance February 1fi The next dance to ho siven by Leth. I bridge Lodge Xo. 39, A F. A.M., will held on Tuesday. February 16. ia [the .Masonic hall, block. This be the last dance ot the series prior lo the Lenten season, and no doubt many will take advantage or the opportunity of assisting at this enjoyable function. The inner part of the wheat berry ground, boiled and dressed by the most modern machinery under the careful vigilance of most competent millers. That's Just the iliini! for the Kiddies. (The 'big Kids too) Fruit Tablets, all flavors (in bulk and half pound bottles.) Rcwntree'3 Dessert pastilles, (assorted fruits and malt.) Barley Sugars (assorted and plain.) Old Fashioned "Bull's Eyes." Peppermint Creams (white and sreen.) Turkish Delight. Glace Cocoanuts. Glace Aimonds. Make your selection from our windows. .3 N'or. 123 Xo. 1 Red.. Xo. 2 Hed.. No. Red.. LIVESTOCK PRICES YESTERDAY, Calgary: Hogs S7.05; calile, 56.40. cry reisoi j The Men's Own j .Hits Pclics Magistrate Ellen needs co in-i Sirouuction to Lethbrklec tiuiiier.es: j his fame pis'an orator is not e'-en re-1 strlc-ted lo the radius of the .province 131 i of Alberta, and lis is conceded by 1'2S critics to be in the very for etront as 123 a public speaker. Mr. lilton is no stranger to the Men's Own of West- The TELEPHONE NO: 222 "Arc You a With their characteristic enthusiasm Ihe ladies of the Alexander Gait Chap- ter of Uie Daughters of the Empire have begun iheir campaign to make the coming presentation a' Ma- jestic Theatre of "Are Yon a an umiualified success. The celebrat- ed farce-comedy will be played en- tirely by local talent and bids fair lo closely rhal die work of the best pro- fessional companies. Xo effort will be snored iu sreat a suc- cess as the receul patroiic concert, at which the Majestic overflowing. was filled to Ash Dsvis, Cartoonist The "chalk" talk oE Ash Davis is one of the best things in nn artiEiic way thai! has ever been presented. Mr. Davis is an exceptionally fine artist with the crayon, and the rapidity with work, with a Men's Own-Open Session Westminster Methodist Church Sunday, February 7th, at 4 p. m. SPEAKER: POLICE MAGISTRATE ELTON SUBJECT: "Contentment ami Sunshine" SOLOIST: Miss Fenner Also Mixed Quartette offering Hearty Singing. A Pleasant Time Assured. Ladies Especially Invited. which he -presents his work, with lev, strokes ot the crayon, changing en icture into an altogether different tor the same amount for which bids MAMITOBA .FLOATS BIG LOAN IN NEW YORK New york. N.Y., Feb. to today's Tribune, tile-largest loan 01 a British' possession made In the -New York, market since the edict cf the British treasury department that no colonial financing by London bankers will be permitted during the war with- out a special dispensation, has been arranged 'with the province of Manito. ba by Kissel, Klnnicutt Co., a local investment house. The loan will am- ount lo approximately and will he .it interest at 5 per cenl. It was also announced yesterday ihat the city of Ottawa had placed a loan with New York bankers independ- ent of a proposed sale of debentur subject, is a most pleasing feature, will be asked later. I The presentation of the young man with the appetite and bis de- i generation by stages is particularly 'apt. Mr. Davis will give his enter- tainment in church on Wed- lesday; February 10. Winnipe Chica Hogs, catile, Hogs, J6.75 I7.20: cattle. Imbalmerand funeral Director -i-' Is Now Located at 803 3rd Ave. S. Corner 8th St. South Special Services at St. Patrick's Roman Catholics will celebrate; 'i'i' Candlemas tomorrow. According to a custom from lime Immemorial, candles will he blessed for the sanciuary of the church and ihe Chrmian IICTIIC before- Hieli Mass ai 11. Rev. Faihcr enthal. who lias iu-u returned from Eu- rope; vri'i) address Uie conercgaijon at both children's Mass ai Ii and al High MaSB at ii a.ui. The [iroHonlH- tion and bleaslDg-of ihe oniklren take place at o in the aflernocn, not. only the children of both iht convonl school and HI. Basil's school art these aervices, but also the little' or.es will be taken lo ihe! church by (heir parenis to narl I in the revisions function. Sole minuter, and the >iec'n Ovvn liave ev- LO DOSSOSB and rFiiiln '.ha rec'cfilecLloiid of hit rast ind exiJOEitious. Tomorrow af- being the usuai monthly open will be an assembly of men ;md women. The chosen snbjerl most ernoon DISCUSSION PROHIBIT NICKEL EXPORT Out. Feb. W. P. .Mac- Lean. member, .for. South York, .wil'l.' introduce, a- hill in the House of c'uftlng for' the prohibition Ottawa, Out., Feb. C. So far as can be asiiertsised. no definite decision has been readied in regard to the ex- tent of the distribution of seed grain and other necessaries to destitute set- tlers in the provincea ot Saskatche- wan and Alberta. It is stated that ne- gotiations are still proceeding between the provincial and fho Dominion gov- ernments in regard to the extent to which aid shall be given and the na- ture of security to be taken in the case of settlers who have secured their patents. Recent, arrivals from the west seem lo be of opinion that if the situation is to be adequately dealt with nn additional appropriation wi'il be voted Parliament. They agree that the increased production desir- able next season is not likely to be re- Contentment." Stagg Goes to Jail Theodore H. Slasg of MagruLli veeterday-seiupncrti to 30 days impris- onment "by his Honor Judge Jackson, who had found the accused guilty of false pretences. Stagg cashed a Magraui, in payment .for worth of n-iiich he had purchased HOUR AT Y.M.C.A. In war Ll'lnc" of the export of nickel j steps are taken which ana Cons Considered Dun from Canada, and for the regulation by order In council of exports in pnace ary aze will ensure tbe seeding of every ..acre of land available. and ameiHals to' ensure lifn and conduct. In common v; lirevious ot.casiona. an abnorrrjal gath- Rrins will grneL antl welcome the shin neceFsarr fund- frcm Grant Davies, local merchants, a well-halar.cea i He was for trinl at Magrath i liermiiung me HIHIIIHUIJI. and bond Canada to Ihe government of Great I lo p'.ace all vaihia> atocl; and oona -v (liscu, inrtain nurposes-atiioy time. issues under the control of tbe rail The system m progreasi e (liscus. M IjCail also Introclucc a bill way commission._____ sions of a special subject at the Sim-1 -11___________ ___ _____ clay evening social liour at ihe Y.-M.C. A. has proved so siiccessful that it Is .o be continued. During the month cf ''ebruary, the four Sunday evening Cell ME WaS IU1 --H-B- on January 21, by N. T. Becman, J.P. Tlie offence was committed on Sep- temlier 18. W. V. ing Tisrht of oratory in Ihe personality j and C- R P- Conybcare, K.C., of MiEo Tenner Poapst defended pers.fflll.be aung at 7.30 p.m., after i benediction is siveii. Rev. Fr. HOSPII- thai will then explain and imnori iht clera eolo, and a mixed also be lislnned to. i Bsscbal! Social a Success baseball social hpld in ihe St.! .Basil school on Thursday evuiiTng in: lioncr of the junior baseball Irani thfil tlm Sunday .sciioo) shield Inst POJI- i war :-n unfiuaMfitfi Over. iiresenf and enjoyed i Blessing of Si. Elalse. a riU1 admin- istered by the church 10 ward off from Unrongnly, liatpnlng to id programme, after which a dance was in order. Needs and Chap the faithful illness of an throat evil in particular. kind and Pvcsi- 'school j league gai'e an interesting address on; ba5f-ljnli, pointing out thai, the boys] pel supplipd excellent music. dent of the Rundav bnlico Ball Given by n Order of Ex-Pres. Roosevelt has been able to accept an invitation lo dtess the Calvary Canadian C'uh. Mahel Xorniand Requ'-ts the Pleasure of Your Company at STARLAND MONDAY cT ;ire I.he innn of tomorrow, and j the training that '.hey got through 11 baseball will giVt ihom accur-1 3L_v and quicknoae of jui'.gmcnt. Thc hal'i dicoratp.d with haseball ijarnriiitii-nalia. the shield liolding a proininenl nosilion. Huring the evening Hie learn, which is coin- 1 posed of the following lln-'d 1111 and gave recilaUon baseball: [Vaselenak, p.i Jot; Kcrko, Ralph' LMoore, 1st b.: Smyth, ant] b.: Pcju-ion 13rd b.; Znhach, B.S.; Snplna, 'Grescvfekl. c.f.; Cholak, r.r. TTTUKSDAY, February K. of P. Hall Ladies are requested to uring a tie or riiinon of tlie same calico a.s dress. Tills, u'itnovit. any exception, will be (he feature Dance of Ihe season. Kurllicr inrormaUon may bo had from Hie Committee. I'lione JCo7. Nn inviiatlons liave been insiml, 1ml. Hie large committee will reject Dancing at 9 p.m. Supper at 12 TICKETS: Gentlemen 50c A. E. Kinnear, E. S. Nobbi, 'C.R. B.8. 'eruai-y, (after church at 0.15) will be given ever to consideration of problems connected with prohibition. Leaving the war question aside, prclilbitlon T seems to be the absorbing iasuc with, ft t C fl CaiTOOinSl, .tiirer and cided to avail lliemsnlvc-i of tlic op- IJortunHy cf (Ifscusslus the question. Tlio discussions vvft as follows: Fen. 7 "The Actual Pro-1 visions of the Prohibition Act, nnd Its G. Virtue. I Feb. 14: "Prohibition nnd my Per- sonal E. Hodgson, clpal of High school; Fen. 21: "Prohibition and the Wage- By a well-known T.atior I Man. Fen. 2S: "Prohibition and Business.' -A. E. Dunlop. Thesb discussions arc to be by no means partisan. An invitation lias heen extended to one of the paid anti- prolilbltionlnts to he present, nnd all men, no matter what their views, are j sue with "thij speakers, either or against prohibition, will lie given an opportunity of doing so. The mect- ingB are social BalheriiiBS of men- well-known sonss, 11 short address, fol- lowed by discussion, and refreshments. Men of all classes and beliefs will be Wed. Feb. 10th Davis Will 'Please. Thll will be an evening of Entertain- ment and. Fun, Prices-59r, am! 25c. j. PLAN AT JACKSON'S DRUG STORE MONDAY ;