Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - February 26, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta
BUS TO ALL VRAINS. Windsor 4 Day Hotel In Aibini IE DAILY HERALD Mail Your Watch Repairs To the Leiding Jiweltri ARMSTRONG AND RAWORTK BROS. HI THE "TAYLOR PREMIUM YOU GET IT IN ENTEN SEASON SPECIALS CANNED FISH Fri'sh tin iilly. for Herring in TonijHo r.Tt [ills I'or ..........X. 3r.rdinos. iiu ........15c 35c for..3yc .......25c ........5c Sarriinss. Gcsi ...25c Sardines, Best I ilk; ........15c Covt- wr (In ...................15c Cove [vr tin ..................25c .TCr: l-s .....................35c Freeh I'inls. t'lidi (Jiiarts. ciioli ...........................90c pound ......I...........15c boxes, each Mow Laid dozen .................10c M.iyrath Creamery fresh nindo; Per Pound Asparatjus Skcllys, best quality; 2 till? for................................35c Ont.irio finust IVr Sack .............................51.50 Ponm AND APPLES AT THE FRESH LETTUCE. CELERY, BANANAS, ORANGES PniCES. ALL THE VERY BEST QUALITY. CANNED VEGETABLES AND FRUITS AT LOW PRICES. PRICES IN CASE LOTS. Office: Phone 1271 GOOD CO. HIGH-CLASS GROCERIES WEATHEK Max. 13 tr. Hear Dr. Charles S. Medbury "The Hfor.il We live Piecing Oneself" TONIGHT at the Christian Church i Dr. Medbury is one of America's best Tickets SOc. and 2Sc Lethbridge, clear Edmonton. Calgary, cloudy- Medicine Hut, snow Muose Jaw. cloudy -ft li> Prinre Albert, fair 10 l; i J- 4 Arthur, clear.. S Tho in Manitoba has been clear and cnld. In Saskatchewan and mostly rlmidy and moderate-, Jy cold, vijih ;i fpiv local siiov-'finrries. i Forecast f and colil. Saskatchewan and i fair and cold: light snowfalls in the southern portions, SEE OUR AX.XOVNCEMENT SATURDAY SPECIALS On Page 7 The Red Cross Drug Book Co., Ltd. CITY. AND DISTRICT! Captain Ripley Completing Horse Unii .Captain Ripley of the Toca1; baiiery has io Rajmond io supervise the' purchase of horses (o complete the i unit. BRITAIN TO FIGHT 11 OUT EVEN IF HER ALLIES QUIT Lundon, Feb. .isjiuitli tuok uiTasion i'l the house of coiu- ihis afternoon in replying ;o a ijuesiioa to endorse the opinion ex- Visitors to the City S. J. Harris aud A. H. .Monroe of: Milk River: T. U. Christie, cf Diamond City, and .Mr. and Mrs. J. .1. Kendall! and RiiShia uilliduaw from tlic war. The Premier pointed out that Mr. ChurcliiH hud declared special emphasis thai IIP cnuld not conceive of Maclcod are visitors m the c-iy 10- of Midi a corumgency as this, "hut." added ihe Premier, '-I am in complete itii him. 1 see no reason to differ irom the views he has ex- pressed." Purple Springs to Talk Irrigation H. Fairfield t io Purple Springs he will ad-! dress .T meeting- of I'arnjffa for ike i ilNcusaion of the irrisatioii iiuestion. BUSINESS LOCALS ircssed reccnih iirst Lord of the, Ly Cliiirrhtll in a nc to encct that Itnlajn (.'outince io I "tie biUcr cr.d, and even if France's, HEMEMBER ihe skating party Aufliioriuin Rink tonight. ireshments will be served. Great j Sec the Jewelers-ad. to Page -1. The Great Forced Sacriiicc Sought Farm Cattle R. Conltry purchased 21 head cf j prime steers from the Dominion Ex- j Iicriniental Fa mi this week. Mr.! CouJiry re-sold lialf ike bunch dress-'' cii io Burns .t C.n. He- TOO LATE 65-1, High Praise for Dr. i A message received by the Herald; today from O. D. Austin at Medicine 'Hat, says: "Dr. Medbury's lecture last] night ivas the best ilnng I ever Jieard. i UTSR young people to at-i j tend; Hiali school students wili appre-1 ciaie the magnificent ihouglita liinlly and simply expressed. Cannoi praise tco hishly." PersonaJ Mention II. Stallicr of Grassy Lake is res- idtered a.t the Letlibridse. D. L. telegraph inspector, is in the city from Mc-diclne Hat, I I B. H. Keeuey of Rossburg is in ihe! j city today on business j L. H. Jettiff c; Ittiley has lieen spending the days ill his' i home here. I Specials For SATURDAY Writing Tablets (large size) "I5c Hnir Brushes ('solid bach) 25c Xail Brushes, reg. HPc......25c Pochei Combs, reg. 30c.....25c Rapid Shaving Brushca -----25c Envelopes (bine Per package .............5c Roxboro reg 25c 15c BalLimore Linen Regular J5e for and Cucumber S Eor .25c Ask for a fcec sample of Cremi Velvi (for chapped hands.) JlHpliotiiarKo.ttd The Store TELEPHONE NO. 323 J) Dun't lie Ton Late to gel in on our FEBRUARY Sale of Good Furniture at Distinctly Pronounced .Savings over i lie- price of lower grade o'oodp. BUY will store fn-o oT charge up lo June 1st. .In order to niiike I lie. Liihi Day of run- the Best Day we have placed sume verv ex- ceptiona.1 ]jrices ou our good.s. MESSRS. GILBERT ,AND McPHEB- SON MADE PROFOUND IM- PRESSION IN 'PINCHER CREEK FRIDAY'S' GRAIN PRICES j W'inniprg, Fsb. and j I closing prices on the grain exchanges' today Open Close1 iMay 1.50 1.51 i 'July........................... 1.51 1.50J i (Jet.......... i CASH I Xo. 1 Nor.............. i.-is? i.N'o. 2 Nor. 2 C. W..... i 2; ;i 7n 1 N. C... I .May 1.4S1 J.-J9J- 1.1U i.a-j i Sneaking oi Evangelists CrilbarL and MclMicifun who.'on Sunday com- inenee a series of serrices in West- minster church, North Lelhbridge, the Pinchrr L'rcek Echo says "The mission here by Gilbert, and .Mcl'herson is arousing widespread interest. Even the most prejudiced arc beginning to realize thai Giliiart is an all-round man, sane in his methods and inieusely prattk-al in his addresses. Gospel truths arr backed bv facts while no one is made.to undergo any ordeal that1 be in tiny way personal. The overilouing congregations speak lor ihcrnselvc.s. Last Sunday it ivas found necessary, to resort to the largesfy joom in Lov.-n rind the opera house scturcd. 'J'Jie niectjng.s ivJJJ fon- linue m er next Sunday. Inter- est has been Jiided tr 'EC rr.ecf.'.ngs hy the kindlj assistance of mcmbiirs J oi' the nrchcslra, Mcphcrson's ;tig JH alv.ays thoroughly appreci- ated. Burs, a Quartered Oak Buffet in Golden Finish. Leaded Glasa Uoor, one large, two small drawers. Bevel Plate Mirror. Buys a very roomy and rom- plete Kitchen Cabinet in Xatur- al Maple Finish; glass for spice, lea and sugar and cereal containers and large .bread box .........533.00 The store is full of juot such bargains. Come Early Saturday and get the pick of thjrrt- BAWDEN BROS. LETHBRIDGE'S GREATEST HOME FURNISHERS, 705 Third Avenue South. LCCAL WHEAT I A'oi-. i.'iSJK .vo. I Ke-1 iNo. Xor. 1M-H No. Red No. 3 Xor. i Xo. ited 133-) No. I Xor. Xo. L Hcd.. 133 No. 2 Xor. Xo. -j Jtetl.. 130 No. a Nor. 1J-: Xo. Red.. lUo LOCAL LIVESTOCK steers, to 614; choice COWB ana htifera, to 554'. killing Mcihei.-; Gla; ditto, G. 150 to 'J50, b'; block em, i cents off. BELL TELEPHOriE HEAD QUITS due.. Llie an- nual meeting or tne Hell Telephone Co. ol" Can ad n, this morning, C. F. Sise, Tor 35 years Its president, re- signed the presidency, but was prevail- ed upon to remain on the directorate lu aiisidvjEory capacity as chairman. B. 31. managing direct- or of the ctjninany, ulll succeed JIf. filse P.K president. LIVESTOCK PRICES YESTERDAY Calgary, .Moiureal. ca'.tlc. fJliicuso: Hoys, caul-- EDMONTON'S NEW' FIRE CHIEF The inner part of the wheat berry ground, bolted and dressed by the most modern machinery under the careful vigilance of most competent millers. CITY AND DISTRICT Temperance Mass Meeting i "Science, Economics :inil Alcohol- j ism" wii'i be the subject of a lantern j lecture In WoKloy church next Sunday [evening at S.30 o'clock by Itcv. Hugh Dobson, D.D., of Kcgina, formerly pro- cessor ol biology and sociology. The facts will be presented to (lie eye well as to the ear, as furnished by army tcstb of Europe and ncLurial re- turns. Crom insurance companies, call in? attention to the world-wide r.ntiun- a'i and patriotic movements (or prohi- bition. The congregations of all the clinrches wilt uiiite after their regular .services to hear Rev. Mr. Dobson. is one of Canada's specialists in this department, fiev, Mr. will preach at the inurniiig service lu Wes- ley church, uiiti will speak in the after- noon at the .Men's CMvn iu Fter church, iicv. Mr. Cobldedick will preach at 7.31) p.m. in Wesley church ou ike [irat of a series of "Modern (.tie subject heiug "The nian who makes the best of himself." Associate Board Organized At a meeting of the Bunictt dinn- ers' Hoard of Trade Tuesday afternoon which representatives of the Brassy Lake and How Island Boards of Trade were was decid- ed to organize an associate board for the four towns and dibiricts OL Row Inland, Bunlelr. Orassy Lake and I'ur- Hiiringa lo united action on matters affecting the interests of all. cn board will be represented by three members, elected for one year The members so far appointed are: Tlios. F. A. LunibanJ J. JI. j Sandy of Durdeti; Ceo. P. I'orter, j Salvage and J. Clark Knox of Grassy Lake; F. J. Henderson and U. S. Beat- lie, Don- Island. Purple Springs WHS not represented, and will be asked to appoint three members at the first op- portunity, ami EoTt- Island will name a'third member before the executive meets. At a preliminary meeting of the board Geo. P. Porter was e'iected chairman, and J. Clark Knox secre- tary. The invitation ui the How Island members to hold the first meeting in iheir town on Thursday, March -i, WHS accepted. Do YOU Know! that McKelvie and McGuire Have been Selling the Geo. A. Slater Shoes regular and For SATURDAY Last Day of SALE WAR PHJSONERS IN LUXURY London, Feb. has been expended by the government in fitting nn Doniugton Hall, in Lcin- -estershire. for use of German officers in England as prisoners of ROTTEN BOOTS WERE NEVER INSPECTED Ottawa, Ont, Feb. That Ibe fjUaJity of boots sujiplied tbp. Canadian expeditionary forces .was about as suitable HK a city man's footwear would be for a hunter, was the state- ment oC Lieut .-Col. ordinance officer, in evidence today before the Parliamentary Commission. The Col- one'i made some other equally Jnterest- was no inspection of boots.at VaJcar- tier. They were uceded so urgently Unit lime did not permit of examina- tion. Because of this rush be excused the failure lo do any inspecting work at the mobilization camp. Consider- ing that condition of service were solntely different it would nave tieeua proper thing, be said, Lo have dra'wn up a specification for boots, but this was not done. The witness iald observations. He aaid that tliere I It would have taken a. few days. Famous California Seedless Navel Oranges Fully Ripe and Delicious Now you can have these famous seedless navel oranges at any first-class grocer's or fruit Healer's store. An abundant supply fresh from the trees has just arrived from California. Telephone your dealer Free-peeling, seedless, firm and tender food for every day. Ctlifw Use Sunkist Lemons Order Sunkiat Lemons, too. Use ounitisc Lemons iasie best and look (heir juice for salads and in other dishes that usually call for vinegar. Lemon juice is more more of it should be used at this best on the table. Serve sliced or quartered with fish, meats or tea. f- When buying either onSnnkhtsaA save both orange season of the year. 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