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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - February 8, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta .FREE OUS TO ALL VRAINB. Hotel Windsor lilt tl.SB a Day Hotel In Alb.rU LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD Mail Your Watch To the Leading Jowele'ri 2, besides m i Stock up in Canned Goods at These Reduced Prices You art assured of gelling Quality No. 1 and at lower prices than, others charge (or No. our line of Canned Fruits are all packed In the Enamelled Lined Sanitary Can. Cream Corn, per can .......................irjc Small Table Bents, 3s ......................10c Std. Peas, per can ..........................iuc Hand Packed Tomatoes, 3s Yellow Wax Beans, per can lOc Early June Peas .'Wfa Tomato Catsup, per can ....................i0c Extra Sifted Peas .15c ASSORTED CASES VEGETABLES, PER CASE Canned Fruits in Heavy Syrup :it (liese prices should interest you: Blue Plums .................................ioc Greengage Bartlett Pears ..............................isc Red or Black Raspberries ..................20c Red, Black or While- Pitted Cherries .........................20c Assorted L'uses of tlit' above ti lines, per AN EXTRA SPECIAL ON GALLON PIE PEACHES IN LIGHT SYRUP: J'er Clullon Tin .........3flc .I'ov Case of 6 This Office: Phone 1271 THE GOOD CO. HIGH-CLASS GROCERIES Phone 525 WEATHER PEEBLES' BBY eillTEB BY fl EnKLUftSTNl MARKETS MONDAY'S CHAIN PRICES Max. Min. Lethfaridge, fair 36 "9 Edmonion, fa'r...... 2S S cary, fair....... -U Medicine Hat. fair.. -'2 6 Rpgina, clear....... 5 Moos? Jaw. clear.. I'S 7 ?ori Arthur, 2 Nelson....... 37 -9 The weather ihroughuur the west has been fine and comparatively mild. Forecast today aud Tuesday, with stationary or higher temperature. Saskatchewan and and comparatively mild today and Tues day. and j Winnipeg, Feb. S. Openin closing prices on 'the grain exchanges i to-day were I Open Close I Had h riot been ior the speedy and'Hac 1.57J effieient wort of the local rire fisht-iJuly 1.58J rrs, the Union BaKtrr in the Dufi >'IXMHEG CASH PRICES' (fit-ion might have been in ashes thisi I 1 .Sou moraine. 3 Fite broke out in Me. Peebles' 3 Eor tabhshment about, .ten. o '.clock, aod .QaIS-_yQ_ 2 C. AY. ihe makings oi a damaging fire were i 3 CITY AND DISTRICT Calgary Soldier Here Private G. W. Davy. formerly a resi- dent here, now a member of "D" Co., Jlsi Battalion a visitor n tbe clry. 1-55 1.53 Flax-.Vo. 1 .V. W. C.... CHICAGO Wheatr- :n evidence when the. department reacbcrt the scene. With persistent ei- i'orc the men succeeded in gaming (rol of the conflagration, and mim-j 3iar l.GS? nizeil the daniakc done to ihe plant; JulY 1.39 which id one. of.the test in. tlie crty.' MINNEAPOLIS Mr. Fables could not be located this, Mar 1.53 morning and thn .Herald was unable] July................... 1 .-iSs to ilrteniune the exact ilaroage, but! Sept.......................... 1.20{ it- is understood insurance. j cover most of c-he loss. LOCAL WHEAT to the j _ Track prices: Bishop Anderson Resigns Bishop John F. Anderson ol" Hay- mood has resigned bis position as bishop of the 1st ward of the Cnurch 66 j or Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints. sp, j He has held the post for 12 years, and rendered Faithful and devoted ser- Ivice. He will likely be succeeded by 1 Elder J. G. Allred. i.bflj-, _ Have You Any CORNS To Harvest? Corns are ''lilile Ihines." but they cnn cause a amount of pain and annoyance. Let ihe other fellow Uie corns. Get rid of yours by us- ing Dr. ca Hoth stations mrnej out The cau-se is said to orcrheated stove. heen MOOSE JAW FORGER PLEADS TO ENLIST Jaw, Sask.'Feb. Carr, charged wiih forgery, brought before Judse Ouseley in the district court this morning, and plead- ed guiltj to eleven counts. He asked for a chance to reform, and made the that if lee out on suspended sentence he would immediately enlist. Judge Ouseley told Carr, who is an American, that he must apply to the minister of 'justice, and that he, as judge, would recommend .thai the pris- oner je allowed tu enlist "You will be much more Taluablp, to the country in the fighting line Lhau in. the Regina said-'his honor, as Be sentenced him 10 fire months Tiitb uard labor. No. 1 Nor. No. 2 Nor. No. 3 Nor. Wagon lots: No. 1 Nor. No. 2 Nor. No. 3 Nor. 341 140 137" 131 128 123 No. 1 Red.. No. 2 Red.. No. 3 Red.. No, 1 Red. No, -2 Red.. No. 3 Red.. Kroning May Sue for Libel According lo an anuouncement In the Edmonton Bulletin, Detective 1 u i Kroninp has served no i ice on that j Vi i--8 paper, through his attorney, A. G. Mc- Kay, that lie may begin action ior li- bfi, the offensive article being an edi- torial comment regarding the agitation to have the detective re-instated in the force. Magic Corn Cure It removes corns every time matter how old or hard they may lie. Causes no inconvenience dur- ing application. Price 25c bottle The Red Cross Drug Book Co., Limited Phone 555 Third Ave. S. CITY AND DISTRICT North Star Meets Tonight The regular meeting of rlie IVorlli Star Lodge No. 4, A.F. AM., will hu held tonight in [tit: Masonic hall, at S y.m Visiting brethren -welcome. Joins Mounted Rifles Frank Godsmau, formerly roller in ie Canadian Bank of Commerce here, joined the 13th Mounted RUlcs at Granuui, lie w-Jll be stationed iu Pincher Creek, with the "A" stjuiid- ron. LIVESTOCK PRICES SATURDAY Canary: Hogs, catile. 36.50. Winnipeg: cattle, Chicago: Hogs cattle. St. Andrervv's Fine Showing Rev. A. C. Bryan stales in- stead of iff men from St. Andrew's congregation either in training or at the front, as stated in Saturday's Her- ald, ihere are 28, 17 from the Bible class and 11 from the congregation. Harry Lowe joined last week, so that St. Andrew's quota is something the congregation is to be proud of. Wife Mrs. Merchant is in town from the ranch, 303 miles north of here. Mrs. j Merchant's husband lias enlisted and he- eldest son -wi'il be among the ap- plicants to join the ranks. The rigtit kind of a fanner's wife, she 15 pre- paring 10 put in a heavy crop this spring, with rhe assistance of a young- er son, a lad Hal The .1 today, j characterizes The Hague conventions j ?ffcil and the declaration oi London as nothing but a carefully prepared con- spiracy engineered by Germany against the British sea power. The paper argues that Germany not hav- ing thrown on" the mask and declared for full rigor of the game, Great Bri- tain shoujil throiv overboard the- I ivhoie paraphemalia of declarations Not So Frosty Hon. A. Buchanan, M.P., and Hon. F. S. Leffingwell. M-P.P-. were visitors in Coutts Thursday and Friday] ol last week in the interests of iheir; afternoon the two' hon. gsntlemen journeyed our 10 Clar- inda BchooIIiouse, where tfaey hfeiu aj ly attended. The same evening both gentlemen spoke tc a larsfi body ii the hall at Coutts. Sweet Gras; (Mont.) Advocate. i r-nd conTcntions with which the navy i is encumbered, and reply to the Ger- Raymond Boys Enlist Seven Raymond uoys have joined the Mounted Rifles at CardEtcn. Am- ong- them is Aitken.. for the I man threats with another screw WodBHie. .jnayrnond and The Morning Post also Qf the Herald j past eight months manager of the ..__., ._., a staff here. HIB BLUFF Hatue, via London, ugh Germany's notit he danger to mcrchan _ Feb- '--i LIEUT.-COL. R. H. LABATT I, Of Hamilton, who was in command of. diplomats and business men arc dis- souvenir. The other Hay men (I borsloeniist with the Card5ton squad- thc are: Bert MItche1'. A- Chas. Faumev. James Herbert Rowley and "Bab" the 4th' Infantry Battalion of the Canadian Contingent, who hao been il! at Salisbury, but is reported improv. ing. 'His place has been taken by Col. A4 P.' BErchall of the Canadian psi'man- -r ent force THE SONS OF ENGLAND Will Hold a Whist Drive in tlie S. 0. E. HALL February 10th iharp. I .All Monvbera and Friends- are cordially invited. LADIES AND GENTS lie. cussing it with animation. In shipping circles it is declared MAGRATH PRESBYTERIANS that the notice uili have only the slightest efiectou Dutch vessels, most HOLD ANNUAL MEETING Maerath, Alta., Feb. annual which sire expected to continue to of ehe Presbyterian cburch carrv out their vovages according to was hclli tonlglit, the Rev. J- Smllh schedule, although some ships may cwsiJing over the gathering. Mr. clioose the northerlr roules. ofiii- as secretary. The Lad- ion expressed by the companies l03' A'A report, given bj- Jlrs. Smith, (hat vessels may still take the risks that there were IB members .ol which notification has heen receiv- the year they had raised en, especially liners engaged in Bast SQm of I1S7.75 fcr church pnr- InJian iraffic, which would he great- poses. The other reports o[ the varj. ly inconveniencefl if compelled to abandon their ordinary routes. In diplomats anil other circles the view is expressed that the notice is aimed principally at vessels carrying supplies from A'mericn, OUE organizations wc-rn also given and considered satlsiactorry. BUSINK.SS LOCALS Tho admission to Ihe O.O.F, calico con- ball will be 50 cents [or men, and CO stant arrival icitli cargoes for coun- cents for u'omcu. i% tries allied against Germany has St. Mary's Men'r, aociely will hold arousod the greatest indignation in a TOiiat Drive in tlic Parish Hall on that country, it is The Dutch Tuesday, Feb. 9 at 8 n.m. Sis good ivcrnmfint thus far has declined to. prizes and refreshments. Rents oOc1. :prflss an Ladirs 26c. Pure, Food Confectionery Just Hie thing for ihe Kiddies. (The ed another victim. Mr. and Mrs. Matt Fischer of 4-11 shipped ,cheir entire eWipment of _ JJ household goods, funning utensils and Jj- .stock to Halkirk, ARa., Tuesday, J where they have-rented a farm for 1ihe season. OF Robert Gardiner, who was" until re- ______ cently proprietor of Ihe Foremost liar- Winnipeg, Man., Fen. ness shop, has secured a position with Rie3, a Ijroiher of the notorious a Calgary saddlery concern, and 'wiM Kiel, was executed in Re- leave with his wife for that point gimi in 1S87 for the northwest rebel- aoon. lion, which he led, was brought up j market reports for the week arc: Wheat, 51.20; oats, 70 cents; osgs, 35 cents; buLter, 25 cents. Manager Cruickshanks of the Union Bank has been slightly under this week, and is eagerly waiting the arrival of an assistant to. succ Kd Mr. Avery. The Issuing of relief orders for pro DOXE FOK THE BUILDING TKADE t.i OF RIEL PAYS FINE ofi'endcr in police court, yesterday Calico Given by th- Canadian Order of Farcatera, next THURSDAY, February llth K. of P. Hall Ladies are requested to bring a tie or ribbon of the same calico as dress. This, without any exception, ivill be the feature Dance of the snaaon. Further information may be Kail from the Committee. Phone 1657, No invitations have been iflauerl, .but tne large committee will reject undesirable. Dancing at 9 at 12 TICKETS: Gentlemen 50c Lidice 50c A, E, Kinnear, E, S, C.R. iU. Visions has been transferred to the j Mounted Police here and a well-beaten i trail DOW leads to the barracks. Charles Carrieu of 4-12 has tired of a cent pork market, and last Tiies-: day tried the experiment of sending ten dressed hogs to Lothbrldge mar- kets. Jlesnlts are as yet unknown. The many friends of Qua Swanson of 4-2 are pleased to learn of his re- covery aiid 'return to Dm farm, after qpendlngfthc past three months in the Gait Hospital at betlibrldgc. Mr. 3 wans on was Injured early last fall ay a cave-in at one of the neighbor- ing coal mines, nnd It has been fear- ed for Home time that his injuries would be permanent. Hardly- a week PJIBBCH but this lo- cality receives a generouB downfall of snow, and so far none of It has blown away. Several thaws have occurred, the Lough crust resulting making the running of stock impractical as far as grazing IB concerned. The" liinLure ahnwn 'a slen erected at Soutligate, Eng., on some building ground. Tlie new Duildiiiffs are to have bomb-proof cellars, likely in antici- pation of t from .the Germans. ASH. DAVIS Noted Cartoonist, Lecturer and Story Teller HIS PICTURES ARE MARVELS OF SKILL Wesley Church Wednesday, February 10 This .will be an evening of Entertainment and Fun. Prices 50c and 25c Plan at.Jackson's Drug 'tore (f MAJESTIC THEATRE MONDAY AND TUESDAY FEBKUAKY J5TH AND 16TH Leo Ditrichsteiii's 'Notable. Comedy "ARE YOU A UNDER THE AUSPICES OF THE DAUGHTERS OF THE EMPIRE AH Lot-Kl Talent Prices-750; 50c, 25c SEATS THURSDAY AT MEDLEY DRUG CO. ;