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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - February 9, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta IFREE BUS TO ALL TRAINS- Hotel Windsor 5 a Day Hotel In I Alb.rt. DAILY Mail Your Watch Repairs To the Leading AND RAWORTH BROS. Stock up in Canned Goods at These Reduced Prices You arc assured of siting Qusljty No. 1 and at lower prices than olhcra charge for No. 2, benidcs our line of Canned F.-ults arc all packed in the. Enamelled Lined Sanitary Can. Cream Corn, pci- can Small Table Beets, 3n 10c Sid. Peas, per can 10c Hand Packed Tomatpei, 3t Yellow Wax Beans, psr can Early June Peas ____ Tomato Catsup, per can ...iQc Extra Sifted Peas 15c ASSORTED CASES VEGETABLES, PER CASE FnviLs in Heavy Syrup nl these prices should interest you: 20c Blue Plums joc Greengage BartL-tt Pears ]5C Red or Blnck Raspberries Red, Black or Pilted Cherries .........................20c Assorted Oases ol ihe above (i lines, per ease.......... AN EXTRA SPECIAL ON GALLON PIE PEACHES IN LIGHT SYRUP: JVr t.iillon Tin -3QC Pt'1' of 6 Tins Office: Phone 1271 THE GOOD CO HIGH-CLASS GROCERIES WEATHER Id 0 10 li .13 Everything in Insurance Fire. Life. Accident, Sickness, Piate Glass. Employer's Liability. Animal. Auto-, mobile. Burglary. Personal Attention Strong Companies PHONE OR WHITE WHEN YOU REQUIRE SAME. W. A. Levitt i LETHBRIUGE, ALBERTA. PHONE 518. Lellibriiigc, fair 43 Edmonton, (air............. 29 Medicine llat. fair -5 Pon Arthur, cloudy J.S Nelson 35 fair 42 Rcgiua, fair................. 19 Prince Albirl, clear lt> 4 AVinnipeg, clear 11 -0-t The weather throughout the west lias been fme am! comparatively mild. A few local snow tlurrics have oc- cuned in Maiiitoha. fair not much change in temperaruie. CITY AND DISTRICT THE SONS QF ENGLAND "Will Hold a Whist Drive in the 5. Q. E. HALL February 10th At 8.15 'sharp. til Members anS Friends axe cordially inTited. LAD1ES .AND .GENTS 25c. MARKETS "THE WRATH OF THE GODS" In' Parts STARLAND MONDAY TUESDAY'S GRAIN PRICES Winnipeg, Feh. 9. Opening and closing prices on the grain PxeLauges today were Open Close May I.57A 1.58 July.......................... 1.594 1.59 WINNIPEG CASH PRIHES No. i N70r................... -No- 2 Nor.................. No. ;i Nor. 2-C. W-. 3...... 1 No. 1 N. W. C............. Xo. 2 C. W. CHICAGO Wheat- May I.BSJ 1.393- MINNEAPOLIS L.53 1.38 But British Carefully Withhold J. Tennanl Praises Territorials London, Feb. J. Tennant Parliamentary secretary of the War Office, paid a warm tribute in the House .of Commcns yesterday to the Territorial troops, whose' value and efficiency, he declared; had heen prov- ed by recent ereais. The British design of aeroplane, ihe Secretary 'contended, had been found superior to that ueecl by any other country. The speaker said also thai as a re- sult of the excellent sanitary services, enteric ferer was.rare, and that evi- dence accumulating that innocula- licn cugnt to be made compulsory. 'Introducing the army estimates, Mr. 1.55 J.53 1.50 6IJJ- S3 1 Ol-i 1 39-'- Purchase Remounts at Vulcan Purchasing Ageni L. S. ilanzer, ac- companied by U Howard and Dr. Ely the, passed through the city today, en rouce Irani Fernie to Vulcan, where they will purchase remounts tomor- row. Royal Arch Matons to Meet Tomorrow" the officers of Shekiuah Chapter, R.A.M., will meet in the Ma-j sonic nail at S p.m. instruciicn. All members of the chapter desirous of at- teadinr these meetings are cordially invited. Comp. T. R. Davidson will be In charge. Service of Intercession at The'usual 'weekly service 01 inter- cession cm behalf of peace and oi our soldiers and sailors, who are fighting I the battles cf the Empire, will be held tomomni evening, at o'clock. In the Parish room attached 10 the church. The weekly teachers' meeting ivi'il fol- low this service. _____________ j K. of P. Ball j Invitations have been Issued for the Knights "of Pythias anuual ball to be, j given ifl their Castle Hai'J, Fifth street f i South, on Friday, February 19, 1915.' This is the 51st anniversary of ihe or- igin of this and admitted the third in size among the purely frater- nal societies now in successful opera- tion on the western hemisphere. Therefore, the committee in charge of the arrangements are sparing no time or pains in making this the social event of the season. Have You Any CORNS To Harvest? Corns are "little tilings." but i hey can cause a "large" amount of pain and minoyimce. Let [lie other fellow wear the corns. Get rid of yours by us- ing Dr. Howard's Magic Corn Cure It removes corus every lime matter how old or how hard they may be. Causes no inconvenience dur- ing application. Price 25c bottle The Red Cross Drug Book Co., Limited Pnone 555 Third Ave. S. The inner part of clio wheat berry ground, bolted and dressed by the most modern machinery under the careful vigilance of most competent millers. THE BULLETIN Notlcas for this Column Bhould reach Office before 12 o'clock noon on the day of publication The Loyal Order of Moose will meet tonight at 2nd Ave. and 5th St. S. Visiting brothers welcome. CITY AND DISTKICT Mr. Walksr III Supt. Walker of the is confin- ed to his home with an attack of neu- ralgia. On Inepection Trip Inspector Sbinnik of the- Rdih CoDiniission, is in ihe city todnv an inspection trip. Here From. Calgary TV. F. Nelson of the Alberta Secur ities of Calgary is a. business visitor in the city today- Helps Red Cross Funds Treasurer Seatle of the local braucli of the Ked Cross society, 'wishes to ac- the receipt or being :he proceeds oC a dance given recui in the Miners' ball to help out the Amd. The committee in charge were J. Lwko, J. Hniseckle and H. Clarke. First "Are You a Mason? of fraternal brotherhoods, Freemasons sura "eot the The Ancient Order's cri May July "ept. LIVESTOCK PRICES YESTERDAY Calgary: Hogs, 57.00: cattle. S6.I5. Chicago: Hogs, cattle, JS.OO. Montreal: Hogs, SS.oO: cattle, LOCAL WHEAT PRICES Wagon lotc: No. 1 Nor. 15.3 No. 1 Red.. 1.Nor. 130 Xo. '1 Red No. 3 Xor. 125 No. 3 Red.. lust ante- dates Eve's deadly sin: before its shrine, thcugh "Shriners" are not, 1.4SA lve bead a reverent knee; and but lor I Masonry the curse of Eve might have! been much worse. So bow your high' to their mat, and doff a defer-1 emlal hat: Walt Mason ihus 10 Ma-[ sons miglii bis tributary odes indite, j in his inimitable way his homage and obesance pay; but Walter is a 100 I'm My friend "Are You a Yes or no? lii either cage attend the sho at the Majestic Monday next and Tues- day. Title? same as "text. CHURCHILL WAS SILENT Lcndon, Feb. on Spencer Churchill, First Lord of the Admiralty, refused in the House of Commons to flay to disclose ihe result of the in- vestigation mnde hy the Admiralty in- to the report mentioned In the House last week by Gersom Stewart that German submarines operating in Bri- tish waters, had received [resli sup- Rumor Fabrication Captain RIpley of the 20ih Battery IE being guyed today about being "seme "a real cow- etc., etc., by his Captain Ripley was preparing to mount one of the new steeds at the training grounids yesterday, when the animal reared over: The has had some experience with wild cnes, stepped bach a pace or two, and let the animal do its worst. re- Creme For immediate relief of Chap- ped Hands, Sore Lips, Frost Bites, Roughness of the skin and for sores generally. Un- equalJed for use after shaving. This elegant preparation has no equal for softenins ihe skin and beautifying the Complexion. DAINTILY 25c PERFUMED PER BOTTLE ASK FOR A SAMPLE The Sanott Store TELEPHONE NO. 322 For the Sufferers at the Front The proceeds of ihe two perform' lances of "Are You a are to so- to the "sufferers at the Erout." The members of the company wish'to moke it perfectly clear that they refer Lo our brave 'wounded soldiers. Also that by tlfe "front" tlie battle-line is meant, and not the footlights of the Majeslc, LiSERALS WERE UNOPPOSED WERNER (VON) HORN German who Wew up Vanceboro bridge, on the C. P. R. at the bound- ary (between spd the Etatt of Maine, and who is now serving a sen- London, Feb. Young, whoi, Has been serving in the North tor tlle destruction of the sur- i] the grand was yesterday re- rounding property caused by tlis ex- Lurned unopposed for Norwich. Mr. plosion. ASH DAVIS Noted CiU'toonist. Lec- turer and Story Teller WESLEY CHURCH Davis Will Please. This will be an evening of Entertain- .ment and Fun. Prices 50e and 2iic. PLAN AT JACKSON'S DRUG STORE MONDAY MAJESTIC THEATRE MONDAY AND TUESDAY FE15RTJAKY 15TIT AND 16TH t Ditrichstcin'x Notable Comedy YOU A T.tiE.'AySPICES OF THE DAUGHTERS OF THE EMPIRE AIL Local talent Prices 75c, 50c, 25c 'SEATSjON SALE THURSDAY AT. MEDLEY DRUG.CO. Next Monday at Starland The Wrath of the Gods In Six Parts Young is a Liberal, Another Liberal, plies of fuel, all from a vessel direct! indicated thai Cantaln Ftljiley had suc- ceeded In Belting aboard, hut had not succeeded in slaving there, Miat he j had been severely injured and the i T. J. Williams. ,vas relumed also out opposition for Swansea. from a British port. -Mr. Churchill said it would not be in j bulance liad been called, etc.. 'etc., bur I this the public interest "this !mppen- Tennant said he was debarred from known. .The export of Cut! oil from '1D any dwelling upon-the size and dietrtuution j this country was prcbihiied, ihe speak-; 'er declared. i He declined also to discuss the sink- ing of the Formidable, except to say that the Admiralty had considered the conlrary to wliai. actually did The Captain was iiot Injured of the British "The enemy de sires more than anything elsp to know rhe force we may have in the the speaker explained "Recruiting, on the whole, has been satisfactory. There is no cause for discontent, and siill leas for disquiet, but we do want more men In this life and death struggle-" 1 Sir. Teunaut eaid that the.Secretary for M'ar possibii- iiy of issuing a medal at the end of the war for technical 'workers employ- ed by armament were serving their country .faithfully. ,Tn making the declaration that troops have been !rom India, Anetralii, South Africa' and Canada without a. single casualty, the Under- secretary, remarked: "When the total number at these Jrien is .haown, thii will be thought an PI DEWS II US1OI1ENBS circumstances of the loss of this vet-j ael went down in the Knglisli Channel on January j, with a loss oil six hundredTmen, after heing struck j by a mine or a German and, it did not propose to held an nulry or court martial. Other questions relating to the war Pacific Hallway asked in the House today revealed the lowing dividends declared" fact that thirty out of thirty-six In- On the preference stock i- per cent. y in-1 Quo., a J ing of Iho directors of the Can; meel- adian Llle erned British Bteamera had been for the half-year enulne Decemlier M placed. !n the British coasting trade, last: on ihe common stock nor with the result that freight rates nave cent, lor the quarter ending December 31 last, at the rate of 7 per cent. per annum from revenue and per cent, from special income account been reduced. In'.a proclamation designating Feb- ruary 12 as "Lincoln Governor Walfth of MnsBacbUBella urged that be diiy be one of prayer for peace. both dlvldendu payable April 1 next to shareholders of record at 3 p.m. on March 1 next. Grand Calico Ball Given by the Canadian Order of Foreiters, next THURSDAY, February 13 Hi K. of P. Hall Ladies -are requested to bring n tie or ribbon of tlie game calico afi dress. This, without any exception, will be I lie feature Dance of the season. Further information may be had from the Committee. Phone 1657. No invitations have been issued, but the large committee will reject undesirables. Dancing at 9 at 12 TICKETS: Gentlemen 50c Ladlet 50c A. E. Kfnncar, E. 8. C.R. R.8. Toronto, Ont., Feb. Dai'- awfully ies, an English domestic, 13 years of age, charged with the murder of her employer, Charles Albert Massoy, auto- mobile salesman, and sen of the good 'her, hut J can't un i wealthy manufacturer, C. A. -Massey, i appeared in Toronto Police court .this morning, and way remanded for a .woelc. The girt has a soldier sweetlioarl, j who has gone to Salisbury Plains, and 'her slater, Mra. Edmund Fulrchllda, of this city, stated that the girl had com- plained to her that Mr. Masficy had hciascd her, and she had to run away from him. "1 told said Mrs. Falrchlldo, ''to leek her 'bedroom door nt night, and If he tried again to bother her lo run why she ahould.' have shot derstand linn." The fact that the shooting occurred on (he Maesciy dour atep, when 'Alassoy was returning home from downtown, makes it appear aa thougli the crime was premediatcd. The view (alceu by the brother of the victim is that DIG girl: committed llic- crime in .fit of temporary Insanity, while the girl's mentis believe that the girl did the deed'on the impulse of the moment. Mrs. Massey, (ornierjy Mlse Rhocla Vanderfirilt of Bridgeport, N.Y., now at .is expected homo tomorrow. to a uelgbbor'B ho 11 so, no matter how she happened to be attired. Mr. Mas- Prince Albe sey hiti bin wfte bad always been automatic ;how haB nn Tonight Only MabeFs New Job A Two Reel Keystone Hounded A POWERFUL TWO REEL DRAMA FEATURING SEN WILSON AND ANNA LUTHER And Other-Big Feature! Sons of England Notice Tlio S.O.B. W.R. degree raeet tomor- row evening at sharp ill the S. O.E. hall, to be followed by a whlit drive at 8.15. All and it-lends heartily ;