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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - February 15, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta PREE BUS TO ALL TRAINS- Hotel Windsor a Day Hotel In AlbirU LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD Mall Your To the Leading Jewelira ARMSTRONG AND RAWORTH BROS. QUALITY FIRST MEANS "TAYLOR MADE" "The World We Live In; or, Placing Oneself" Ltthbrldgo wilt again ba treated to an exceptionally fine entertain- ment when the Noted Lecturer, Business Man and Preacher Dr. Charles >S. Medbury will lecture on the above subject, being the last presentation by the Midland Lyceum Bureau thii season, on Friday, February 26th, at the Christian Church Afternoon Tea in Friendly Village CONCERT BY THE WESLEY CHURCH LADIES' AID. Wesley Hall, Thursday, Feb. 25, S p.m. TICKETS 25 CENTS. MARKETS MONDAY'S GRAIN PRICES Winnipeg, Feb. 15. Opening and closing prices on the grain exchanges today Tfere Open Close Mar 1.52 1 55t July 1.54: i.Sei WINNIPEG CASH .-PRICES Xo. 1 -Nor................... 1.531 2 iVor. Sso. 3 Nor................. CHICAGO 1.54 .1.31 MINNEAPOLIS 1.45 May JulV Way July Sept. J .31 l.Mi L21J good hi bulls, 4 to killing weihers, ditto, ewes, 6. 150 to 250, LIVESTOCK PRICES SATURDAY Calgarr: Hogs, ?7.10; cattle, J6.50. Winnipeg: Hoss. 37.15; cattle, ?7.00. Chicago: Hogs, ?6.45; cattle, J8.70. LOCAL WHEAT Tract prices: Ko. 1 Nor. 13854 2 N'or. Js'o. 3 Nor. 13314 Wagon loin: No. 1 Nor. 133 No. 130 No. 3 Nor. 12S No. 1 Bed 138ti No. 2 Red 136% No. 3 Red 133V4 No. 1 'Red.. 133 No. 2 Red.. 130 No. R Red., iss Band Feitiva] at Citadel Tonight The Salvation Army Citadel band HiK give a first-rate programme oi vocal and Instrumental music ibis ev- ening at '8.15 p.m. at toe Citadel. The bandmaster, .Mr. Huasel Barnard, and the 'bandsmen have been preparing for this for: Borne time, and some excel- lent items will be given, including.vo- cal items by several bandsmen, quart- ettes, new selections and marches. Ac Invitation is given to all lovers ci music to attend this musical event. This musical festival is one of a ser- ies of special Monday evening ser- vices which' have been of exceptional Interest so far. The Salvation Armr band gave a musicale at the Provincial Jail yes- terday afternoon which -was very much appreciated. LOCAL .LIVESTOCK PRICES steers, 6 to K choice cows Md heifers, 5 to DELAY BUILDING H.B. RAILWAY Ottawa, Feb. Morning Citizen editorially BuggesU that in view of the present economic condi- tions the construction of the Hudson Bay Railway should be deferred for the present. Mis m at their fesst in the month cf February lin not ovivlook the iluu Seville or Uitter Onuipes uro lo ue lind but onca a'year. We ro- eil a vory choice- lot of KOLX! siize ami cxcollnniutility, which are. selling Per X-iu'ljs for .Miinnalntlo or 2 dozen lor .............................35C I.Hi-yo siro California JUT .....25c r'ancj Lemons, largo sizo. per ........25c raliforniii Grain1 -Fmil, for ..........25C FaiR-y Florid a Lirnpo Friiu, II for ............25c Vamvy Cape Coil Cranberries, per pound .....15c are still spiling quality No. Coru, ami Hpaus Hi por din .......................10c Tomatoes in lurjjo cans, iiml Green Gage I'lurus in houvy syrup. 2 for I'resli Hunch Eggs, special per .......4Qc AMjpria Potatoes, good nntl dry, per PUel271 GOOD CO. HIGH.CLASS GROCERIES WEATHER I. o thb ridge, i-lcar ck-ar Medicine Hat. 4 3 20 4 fi 11 12 ljrince Albert, rk'ar Winnipeg, dmtih Calgary, cle.ii1 .Moose -Ian clear Anhuc. cloudy The weather in Manitoba and Sas- Aaffhoivan has mostly fine aml mild, but colricr at In Altena u IMS line and mild. FORECAST Fair and moderarch cold. Saskatchewan Fair with station- ary or higher temperature Fair and mild. CITY AND DISTRICT Some Epg! C, Alaguire has a Rhode Island lieu that laid him a valentine ess. Inches by 6fi inches. Blairmore Clerk Resigns C. E. F. Hiscocks, secretary-trsas- nrer ci ihe lowu Blalnuore, has re-, signed his position. Homesteaders Get Patents Robert Ripley, homestead inspector, was in Couus last week, when sever- al homesteaders the south couniry proved up. Smooth, Soft Skin A Common Question Theee Gold Days: "What's Good for ChapsI" In answer lo such Queries we always recommend our lljixcl Cream because we know that it -com- bines all of the frood qualities oi a healing lotion. It is pleasant to use. It is Dot greasy or sticky. H affords Im- mediate relief. It heals prompt- ly. Try it anrT find-a way io be free from chaps dim us the remain- der of the cold season. FINE FOR AFTER SHAVING PRICE 25c BOTTLE. The Red Cross Drug Book Co., Limited Third Ave. S. Thc inner part of the -wheat berry ground, bolted and dressed by the most modern machinery under tho careful vigilance of most competent millers. Ottawa, premiers-ill make a statement in to the recent changes in the cabinet on Tues- day afternoon This announce- ment was made by Sit Robert at Hie opening of the hcmse. (fcorye H. llratlbury moved tlic sec- ond reading of his bill Lo prevent the pollution of navigable waters. Mr. Bradbury explained that the bill was practically the same as that which had been teiorc the house for two seasons, and which hart been con- _ sidercd thoroughly by a committee oij the house. One cluingc had been made, j ail amendment to have the Dominion government exempt from the opera- tion of ths act. lion, J. D. Hazea, iu moving that the hill be given LEAD IN IPS In tbo space of an liour-and a-half at ond reading and sent to n committee, Central school Saturday night, (in saul that il ira.s- not desirable that; there should be legislation by Hie Dominion house on this matter until; audience of nbout 250 a knowledge of submarines. the joint international waterways aeroplanes, dirigibles and their acces. commission to which had been refer- j series that probably surpasses :ill tliey rtid this question, had made a final i had ever learned before about report. He that this report when presented would recommend ac- tion of a drastic character. Cowley Women Aid Belgians The Hernld bess to acknowledge Ibe receipt by W, A. Buchanan, M.P., ui Ottawa, of 5122.50 from the Women's Institute, Cowley. n contributioii to ihe Belgian HeJief Fund, An Important Notice The aUeniion of aiiLomcbile owners is directed to an important advertise- ment of the Goodyear Tire Rubber Co.. in this issue, which 'was received from the factory by wire today. Is In Hospital ilr. Ben Niton, one of the promin- ent farmers on the Canadian aide, left lasi iveek for L'ethbridge io enrer the hospital, and undergo an operation Grass Advo- cate. Personal Mention John I. Ciiipman, John Skelton, Dr. Beaman and Benj. 'Martin arc visitors in ihe city today from llaarath. j C. T. Cousins cf a new siding jusr east of Raymond, on the Cardston line of th3 C.P.R... is in the city. Stewart Cari of Raymond is a vis- itor in the city today. Bright Prospects D. L. Kimball and children will i go to Portland at the end of the'. nh, where they will apend the summer. Mr. Kimball says Southern Alberta looks too good to him to think oi gcing along, and that he has bright prospects for a good year's business, lie will live with his par- ents in the city until Mrs. Klnfoall's return. i mm HALL OFF 10 GOOD SHIT DISTRICT SHOWS ITS WORTH 1' SCAKC'Eli. will remove corns far more ef- fectively than by cutting, and lib out pain or danger. Will relieve or money back. 25c The foxoEt. Store TELEPHONE NO. 322 (1 rended modern1 implements of war, brought, so force'nWy before the public eye of the universe ut the mo- mentous period of history. Professor, in the BUSINESS LOCALS Tlis Daughters and Maids oE Bng- ]2nd are liolding an initation dance In Ihe S. O. B. Hall on Monday. Feb. 15. Invitations may ibe had by. phoning 1043 or 621. dents 50c; ladies 25c. ___ I I MAJESTIC THEATRE TWO BIG DAYS. NOTE THE PRICES. NEXT FRIDAY SATURDAY February 19 and 20th. ______________SPECIAL MATINEE SATURDAY. The of One Big Cyclone of Laughter and Surpriies. Mutt Jeff in Mexico DON'T MISS Ntw lime, and Twice as Funny. FOR THHE FETCH THE-KIDDIES. SEE THE BIG CHHORUS OF MEXICAN BEAUTIES. 30 AND 1-3 PEOPLE. EASY PRICES: 50c; 75e; HIGHER. BARGAIN MATINEE Me; CHILDREN 25c Seat Sale Wednesday 10a.m. at Medley Drug Co. Keb. organization ol the Canadian expeditionary forces, ihe work performed in, thai connec- tion by each branch oi the militia de- partment and the expenditures made are dealt with in a printed memor- andum oi pages, just issued by the militia department. The first part of it gii'i's in detail tlic organization oi the iksi contingent and being fol- lowed in regard to (hose since raised or in process of enlistment. The re- port 01" the term aster refers to the fact that men are equipped in .six iveeJiy ajrd briefly explains hovf this task Accomplished. As f-'Oon as ihi: first cMitingenl left arranze- menU vwrc to similarly cijuip! Expenditures to Dec. 31, chargeable' lo n ar voles were as lollou-s Pay of Uonps, etc., Horses 970 Clothing Ammunition t2UO 848 Field guns Iliflcs, bayonets Motor cars, elc., Saddlery and horse equipment, Other equipment Engineering works Railway transmutation Ocean transport., Censors, General, S283.3B8. HURST ----T---- Embalmerand Funeral Director Is Now Located at 803 3rd Ave. S. Corner 8th St. South Coaldnle, AHa., Feb. Wed- nesday evening last a party of friends spent a very pleasant evening ivith Mr. and Mrs. Fred Morton. The event I was a surprise party gotten up iu hon- or of their twentieth wedding anni- versary. About fifty guests were pre- sent. Cards and other games were the order of the evening, followed by dainty refresh merits. and i Norton wure presented with a very pretty salnd dish as a remembrance of the occasion. Tee new assembly hall is off lo a good start. The site has been secur- ed, the contract for Ihe lumber plac- ed, and excavation is now under way. The charter of the company has been granted and already enough stock sold to insure Ihe success of the venture. Another meeting ifl to be held at tbe school house on Wednesday evening next, at which more shares will be sold. The organization of the com- pany will be completed at this meet- ing, and directors elected. The build- ing, as planned, includes a basement reading room, etc., the 'main assem- bly room on the lirst floor, and a room on the second door, the finishing ol this upper'atorey to be left-until a Inter date. Most of the "work on the building will be done by members of ihe company, who will talte stock in the company In payment. This Jiall will fill a long felt want for an adequate place in which to hold public .meetings of all kinds and Ehould .be encouraged In every possible way. -Every share taken out now will be the 'means of completing the build- ing jusi'that much sooner, and 'will go much farther now than it would later on. Let everyone turn out Wednes- day evening and help the cause along. Hay shipments Trom this point are beginning to slacken somewhat as the surplus is pfittine pretty well shipped out. There Is still a fair amount of timothy, mixed hay and No. 2 alfalfa to go, biit the No. l alfalfa is nearly, all out. Mr. and Sirs. Frank Knapp enter- tained at a card party last Wednesday nlglit. On Friday evening the Literary so- ciety put on a mock parliament. Two weekB later the evening will be taken by S.S, DunJinm of Lethbrldge