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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - February 12, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta 'PEE BUS TO ALL TRAINS. Hotel Windsor 11.35 a Day Howl In Albirll DAILY HERALD Mail Your Watch Uepalrs To the Leading ARMSTRONG AND RAWORTH BROft, i -I'; i Juicy iPEs-flipsned Nnar for Table or Marmalade We were fortunate in picking up n very large lot of .1 medium size at below the regular price. Specially priced for the week end, QUALITY FIRST MEANS "TAYLOR MADE" IVrCus Other Week Em! Saving's's ill liravy syruii. a lor 25C numl Tunilitow. i for Ufa or liliui; rihfjl OiciTli-K 20c [ I'urli mill Ucnns Knt in Marl; Kflsiilirrrirs 20c 1'uuilocs. ;is. 2 fur lirsi Viulity Rod B. Puvis Apples; JVr Oilier Vsirii'lios. nil linn Mini crisp: Per (.'use Office: Phone 1271 THE GOOD CO. HIGH-CLASS GROCERIES WEATHER MONARCH THEATRE Lcihbridge, clear clear Calgary, clear 3ledicine Hat. cleur Moose Jaw. cloudy Rogina. cloudy Prince Albert, fair Winnipeg, cloudy... Port Arthur, cloudy -Max. 3D .Mill. 1 10 lOc Special Tonight! AIR. GEO. REEL) THE WELL KNOWN LOCAL 'HYPNOTIST. FULL PROGRAMME OF PICTURE PLAYS..... 15c U 34 FHIDAY'S GRAM PRICES closing prices on ihi: i! Barley- May Flai- May Jiiiv The weather in Manitoba lias been cloudy :mil mild, bui becoming colder nL night. IIu Saskatchewan and Al- berta fine and mild. Forecast fair and moderattiy cold. Generally fair: not change in cer.iperaiure. Alberta Generally fair and mild, CITY AJfD DISTRICT Carload of Steers R. CoHltry brought in a car of prime steers from Brain yesterday. Correction I lu H. A. MeKiilop's advi. yesterdny! uill pickles should have been quoted! 25 cent? and spinach and succotash j i1 Tor 25 cents. i "Open 'ClD: .1.555 1-3-ii 1.56J 1.552] nges i i, n Magrath Has Report to httect lose n -1 'r U I Inat Kailway. is Helping to; Sow Big Crop 68 J I No- 1 Xc Vo. 'I Vi- J Vo i So. 5 Vo. 6 Flax- So. 1 Vo. '2 C 1.6BJ 1 b6; 1.8SJ CASH PRICES Nor Nor l.'il! i II) 1.4B FLU. bus received cere fhar. the C.P- I K., backed by the government, ate IQ do all can ro sec thai ihe largest possible area oi laud is j Committed for Trial used this year for growing Fred Luxuk, Mike Elaskzuk and Al- 1 Thev are prepared to as Kwaadskuk were committed for Gone to Great Falls Arthur Dowse, formerly paying tell- er in the local branch of the Bank oi1 Commerce, lias gone to Great n-liere he trill reside in future- Concert at Majestic Sunday Night A patriotic concert in aid of ihe Rus- sian Red Cross funds will be aii-en in the Majestic Theacre 011 Sunday nielU at S.4.1 by the Russian Ckranjsn Co., iv'Do are noiv playing ai the Majestic1. The entire proceeds of the colleeiion will donaLeQ to the funds of tlir, society, who are iu coujunc-1 tiou with Hie British Al'iies. Phone Us For Drugs Stationery Clean and Pure The inner part of the wheat berry ground, bolted and dressed by the most modern machinery under the careful vigilance of most competent millers. It is easy to wall; a few feet for than to make a trip to our-store through inclement TYeather. Don'i. hesitate to make use of our Free Delivery Service. WE DELIVER FREE Tlie only effort necyssnry whcn 3'au want anything in our line is a feiv steps to the near- est telepboue. We are waiting at our end ol tlie to take your message. PHONE 565 The Re'd Cross Drug Book Co., Limited "Third Avf. S. Seed grain as a farmer'lias Jand for. J trial yesterday by Inspector ;so thai no land which is available on charges of breaking-and en- '-.rill nut be owing to the lacU of i Bering the house cf Edn-in Johnson at 1.33-i ieed. InUna district the farmers have I Turin, and stealing tools and articles! ,1.3-lil taken up the matter with avidity auujoi" cloihins chcre'fratu. G. K. A. 1000 our Shepherd, Dimlojj nice, ai 1.61 1.5S up tc- this aitcrnnoo pnt was informed by Mr. C. H. Kar- iraii, who is looting afDer the arrange- nients that over bushels had American markets j This will be enouzh to >irtliday. LOCAL LIVESTOCK PRICES steers. 5% to at cows and.lieifers ii to fat mils, to billits iitto, ewes, 150 to C. I seerl acres and given a good season, such as this promises to be, the harvest will be a real bumper. BUSINESS LOCALS. Coffee and take will be- served al he Auditorium Rink lonighu -Regular meeting of Charity Lodge G7, A. F. A, M.. will be Iteld on "ridar evening, Feb. 12. at which Hie !rd degree will be conferred. A cord- al invitation is extended 10 all visit- ng brethren 10 attend. ed for I'OQ defence. appear- Ash Oavis Plesses I uiglii's eniertainraeui at: Wesley church the diird and lastj of ihe series of tfoc famous Lyceum I course, when Mr. Ash Davis, cartoon- There is a rumor atloal. though con- 15t' 'eclurer and story-teller, heM firmat-iun uannut fee had ihat the I snellboiiud for one hour and j British govcrnmefrt are behind- Mr. Davis la unique: he paints j scheme and that developments I Pictures as impressive as his' Can tit expected. drawings are beautiful; his humor also sraied thai a Rrant oi pure and wholesome, and his lecture, feed stuff foi stock in this district nntl entertaining, .has te in the depol on thfi 18th. TEA AND COFFEE Served At AUDITORIUM RINK TONIGHT GARDEN TRACTS Cash and per month PER ACRE -The Closest In Acre Tracts