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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 23, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta Extra low Prices on the Finest Quality Goods FOR THE W FRESK OySTERS-Coast .lur-i ui. Per Qiiart Per ri'U........... EEK feND WE HAVE A SPECIAL ASSORTMENT OF FflESH ViGETABLES & FBUIT*' Seaipii, soliil meats- ......90o . .-. ,50c,,,. FINF.ST DANANAS-l^ar.eic si7.e. well npejvetlv !'(-  i.'i^ynU _______...................... . i ;46c HEAD LETTUCE-Each ...............;.. .18c EE5T Cv.LERY-'Woll bleached ami crisp- Prioe 2 ponuds. for.................... .25c CAULIFLOWERS-Lt>v.e8l market price. FRESH COCOANUTS-Each ........15c and 20c CREAM BRICK CHEESE-Wisconsin moke, very l^ne. per pound..........................35c SWEET POTATOE8^^3 pounds for ..;....Zgc SUGAR-20 pounglsi�cka,;ea�Ii,. J .$1J36. FAR M ERS' PORK $ A U 8 AGE-under/ tlip- > ?njost*s*nitary condlUbiiA. . Only .the, best, :pdrK.; liSSd:" You win like this. Prioea"Vbn'-forj.36e' NEW LAID EGGS~Loweat nmrket ptlcoj V ,  MAGRATH CREAMERY BUTTER-t-S lb8:Ior.|.76o, FINEST DAIRY, BUTTER-3 pounds, for,'.,$1;00;, GOOD SIZE NAVEL ORAN�ES-fVery juicy, tVo�,, dozen tor ...........,. il-'........:.'....;I48b .',' ISxtra larg-eones at ----40c APPLES-In perfect oondllton, aliNo. 1 Canadian grown, a niUiinber ot kinds; per case ...$1.6S SPIES-No. l8, per case................. .$1.75 Office: Phone 1271 HIGH-CLASS GROCERIES Store: Phone' 525 WEATHER -�1 - i A FEW SUPS 2 Lots ill Block 162, half blbbk-�t^ the car line, for..........I". 1.'. i...$400.00 6 Lots. Victoria Park, casli:....[.'.$1250.00 125 feet froiiiage on 6th Ave. South, corner 16th Street, in :Block; 120^for. .$2400.00 4 Corner Lots in Parkdale for .$500.d0 1 Overland 4jifco, good repair, cash:.$600.00, 20 or more Brewery Shares belo-vr par. E V. DGctEY Phone 1441........ Lethlmdge. :>Box 327. -30 - 6 18 -16 - a .03 LeilibrJQge, snow s.. Edmonton, fair ........ 10 Medicine Hat, fair ...  " 6 Moose Jaw. cloudy... -10 Port Arthur, fair'... - 4 Calgary, fair ......:..... 38 Prince "Albert, clear-----12 Winnipeg, fair .......:.. - 2 The weather in Manitoba and Sas-katchewan has been fine and deci-dedly cold. In Alberta fair and moderately cold. FORECAST: Manitoba and Sas-katchcwan-Fair and lower temperature today and Sunda)-. Albert*-Fair and cold. CITY AND DISTRICT T. R. Davidson InjUred T. R. Davidson, a local curler, fell on his back at the rink yesterday, and is n�w in bed suffering from a severe wrench. . ' " Gone to Peru Mr. C. B. Clarke; who has been the local agent of the Imperial Oil Co. for Some years, left-last night to accept a position in : Pepii', with the same company. A. G. VIRTUE ISXETHBRIDGE MAN ON EXECUTIVE-MRS. NELLIE McCLUNC IN FIGHT SATURDAY'S GRAIN PRICE."? WiJinlpeE, Man., Jan. 23.-Opening and -closing prices on the Grain Bx-oban'ge today were as follows Wheat- Open I Jaiiuiry .. ...... ' Edwouion, Jan. 22.-The plan of May .. .... 142% oiganiiation for the coming prohibi- July............ HZ\e tion Campaign was iefinitelTComplet-i Closing Caah Prices Close 139 14.'! : l*3.T-4 Mav. No. i w. c....... -'.. .. Chlcaso Wheat Open ......... 1431.4 ......... 125 MInneapoilc Wheat ......... 138 ......... nSVs September...... 118% ed at the closing -ses&ion of.tho coa- Whisht-, vention of the .Vlberta Teinperaace No:l Korthern ijnd Moral Reform league, heW" .this No, 2'.Northern . afternoon. The executive cbromibtee � , oJ the league will be a general cam- Nb.'.S'C. ^W. ..;. paign committee, a manager respon-; - iible to this commit^�e will be ap-.^."- ^ ]^oiiited. ' The provmce is now divided into 52 la&nes. Ramsey, Edmonton ; Frank imitcside, Mv L. A., Coronation; Rev. W. G. Brown, Red Deer ; Dr. :> McQueen, BdnKWiton ; G. W. Smith, �nRW Deer ; A.^. Virtue, Lethbridge; 130 , 60% 164',-4 , Close 144 Vi 126% 138'^ 135% 119 LOCAL WHEAT PRICES In wagon loads; No. 1 N'or. .. US No. 2 Nor. .. 114 No. Z Nor. 105 Xo. 1 Red.. .Vo. 2 Red.. Nn. 3 Jled. . 119 114 109 TOP LIVESTOCK PRICES YESTERDAY Calgarj': Hogs. ?�.70: cattle, J6.:!D. Montreal: Hogs, Sg.-30: cattle. JT.OO. Chicago: Hogs, ttiM to *(;.!>:.: faille, $5.60 to $0.25. LOCAL LIVESTOCK Extension Lecture Tonight - The third in'the .series of University lectures, � which will -he held in the Central school auditorium tonight, will be given bv Professor Woodhead M:A., who will lecture Ion th& "Balance of Power in Europe." JTogram starts at 8.15. ' > 1 It is your privilege to take your prescription to any druggist. The physician has no right to require you to take it-to any particular store,..,^. No physicjaii ;3s : apt to critl- Bcise your judgment if you bring your presciriptions to us for compounding. LET US Fli4.T.Y0UR NEXT PRESCRiPTION ' Phone to SSSandwe will send for It arid deliver the medicine in very-quick tlmjp.' Tie kfed Cr((*$s Krugr CITY AiVD DISTRICT . Back from Cranbrook H. j;. Goode Is back from Cranbrook, where he has just completed the contract for the new Cranbrook -watei^ works system, which was awarded to Hotson, Leader & Goode, last spring. New Sherman .Manager Here H.iilght, who will manage the Sherman Theatre, is in the city, arranging for the re-opening of the boiise about February 1. Mr. Light has had some nine years' expeHence in the show business. PK^one 655 Third Ave. S. The Men's Own - "The Intervening Glass". Is .to he the :subject for consideration and discussion at the Men's Own tomorrow afternoon.. The nature and conVposi-tion of. the topic will be introduced ;and treated by a speaker who. has ' hitherto ; been . a strjinger to the healthy iand: metropolitan atmosphere , of the AVpstminster Men's Own. Rev. l" J. Victor ' '.Howi"e, ' If.A., B.D., hails , from Cdaldale, and-although the con-stluents of it^he'' address must- lie a matter � Ifii'gely.' left to the Imagina tlon until- trfe-speaker gets; busy with his 'theme; lt--Is certain that Rev. Victor HSwle'ljaava-preparation and treat-ment.an&Vjrlll expoaaj.tha same'-lb' the men,..imaie'diate't>;^^9lliDjving the Usual homely Sright-slhgipg^' and customary solo.'.Svllioh st'artS"o'ff at 4 o'fclock. Seat Sale for "The Chocolate Soldier" Opens Thursday The seat sale -for 'The. Chocolate Soldier," which is booked to appear at the Majestic Theatre on Monday, February 1, will open at Frank Hed-ley's drug store on Thursday morning. Prices for this unusual attraction will range from 50 cents to 11.50. Eafiy reservations' are advisable, as there will undoubtedly be a great demand for seats. "The .Chocolate Soldier" will only be' here for the one night. Buy Remounts Hero February 5 The' Alberta remount commission will buy horsjes In Southern Alberta on the following dates: Irvine. .January 18; Walsh, January 19; Carlstadt, January 21; Brooks, Januarj' 22; Jled-ieine Hat, Januan- 23; Eagle Butte, January 26; Bow Utand, January 28: Seven Persons, January 29; Cowley, February 1: Pl.ncher Creek, February 2 and 3; Macleod,, February 4; Leth-bridge. February 5; Claresholm, February 10. The Ninht o' Niohts The. HardlevUle., Bums , club will iiold their first annual banquet in commemoration of the 156v;h .anniversary of Rabbie Bura.^, Scotlapd's national poet, on Monday, ;;5th Inst.; The celebration will take place in the Hardlevl'ile public hall; when the chair will be taken at 7 p.m. by J. Stevenson of HardlevUle, supported by D. Maedonald of Lethbridge, aiii^ other prominent gentlemen. W. Fife will act as toastmafiter. The hanciuet commences at 7 p.in., following which will be a splendid programme,' comprising vocal and inatrumentp.!. solos; recitations, etc., by a'.l the best local talent. Old Country dancea- will be indulged in until 2 a.m. Arrangements have been made to cinvey the guests to and from the car terminus. A hearty invitation is extended lo all. OaiB|,SnawifWeatlier The Ground Floor Store in the Maedonald'Block formeHy occupied by-.Raworth Bros. & Armstrong; Jewellers.!........ Apply to . - RYLANDS-,.*^b, ,. qb^tmate brings, Ae^vie^,..! colds often than^* ther of winter.'" .*nd it always seems to be true that warmer weather colds are much harder to dispel, and usually*'are miuch riiore tedious and uncomfortable than those of winter. are that Col�l Tablets for heavy colds^-the kind ______ ordinary remedies do not seem to reacli effectively. Gently lajtatlve, pleaatot;' to lake, tliev seem to geeaight' at the -i cold. The relief ^4y;Vfford Is uEually so prompt and decisive aa to excite the patient's wonder and ,admiratioS6 , R�xa!I Cold "Ta'p^ts) are,; we believe, the very'beitlreined}>''fqr hea^T- deep-seated, obstinate colds. No matter how severe your cold is, we.j^arantee Rex-all Cold Tablets'tp relieve you and satisfy you in every way, or your money ba/cU. A'est Pocket Edition J.D.iiie!nt!oliiain&Co.ltil. Th9 ^MtaSJL Storit Young Men's Social Hour The Sunuay uignt meetings �t the Y.il.C.A. will again.tase up clieir regular programme. Owing lo the inaBB temptrraiice meeting ti last aunday ,n-:r;hl, ir -ivas thoilgiit, best to '.veive pJBlCcg our meeting for that evening. This -* \ ,........ -,...J Ui. t*-^ fiCUi' i.a Choice steers, 51S to U; rhoiVc fur \' '' 5'''':'''s"'^' cows and heifers. ^^^ to 5'.; gcod f.-.tj"'. ' ""'^ TELEPHONE NO. 322 PRIVATE LONSDALE Tlie, fiAglish soldier who in the Ger-rnaii -concentration camp, at Doberitz ttruck a German guard and was twice courtmirtlaled, , being sentenced to death at his second trial; "Tlirougli intervention a reprieve .was granted but it Is not yet clear what will be his late. . NEWS FROM 2-15 Miss RachaeJ Burrows, 'who has been visiting he'r, "brother, George Burrows, and sister Mrs. J. M. Atkinson, retum-?d, t6 her home In Saskatchewan Prfday. ' - The annual meeting of the Two-Flfteon S(ShOoM316trJct,"No. 2183; was held on Thursday, Januarj- 14. The trustees elected'-'-ycere A. H. Stickle and A. O,'Vincent; - The chicken'p)e;dinuer given by the energetic local-'o^rtho-Tl.F.A. at tho Two-Fifteen Boiooi house was 'well patrooizedl ' . � After the dinner a progranime consisting; of songs and recitations were rendered. Instrumeutal' music was furnished by Miss I4nd, Miss,Snapp of Montana, and Mrs; Kaspari of M-'arner. Mrs. Snapp-gave'a song, and .1. G: McKnlght, dressed in Highland costume, ,wlth his song. "That's the reason noo 1 wear kilt," was received with great applause'. .Miss Sullivan of Warner gaye recitations 'wJiich were highly appreciated. AXter the program an old-fashioned spelling match was enjoyed bv young and old. The eiiergetio local of the U.F.A. is a live union, and invites all farmers in the vicinity to join the union and enjoy the benefits of co-Operation; The many frjends of Mr. Andrew Good were g'lad to greet him with a hearty handshake on Saturday. Mr. Good hag been'indlsjposed forsomo time from aii Injury to the spine. Messrs. Ralph aiid Ray Snapp of Montana, were viBlting their brother, G. R. Snapp,'and took in the entertainment on Saturday. Mrs. Ann Kaspari and children of Warner, Ave're visiting Mrs. Kaspari's parents, Mr. and Mrs. F. G. Smith last week. , '� . ' Your First Pair Of Should Not Be Selected Haphazardly Have tliem made !by one experienced In optics-in "eye-ology." , By'sfarting right,,' you aVoW lots of future trouble. .-An enamiiiation, such as -we -fiimlsh. precludes the ' possibility of mistake because we take no chances-'we-don't guess- we know!' � " 'Our Itnowledge of' optics .iras not obtained In a week or month -it Is the result of: much'time, much patience; and practical experience. Come to us knowing that, aside from procuring right glasses, you vyill not be overcharged. Eye Specialist in charge of Optical Department. R.A.Wright THE CITY'S LEADING JEWELER. Established 1898.' The veri^ life-of those Eastern hilltop gardens is 'ih the sealed Salada package. None but the best and y.oungest, leavea are,blqnded to form this wonderful tea. , with the french army ^4t the i^attle front -Edjnbiiton. THE NURSING mm ProTMtwJTliltiiijg nurses for mstsr-�ity.;iDd ]] ,mwllcal and surgiMl e/iuefl (ucapt ooataeious dfseas��). uid �'ckRWB Kceerdinff to tb� cir-'tumttancM i.of tb� iwtlMit If am pafient* cared t�r Ire* of clurie. T*li�i,'.^U-. �{pa^'141� 'Jth.lreiiae Seuth. F^s� A-^M. Titley, Su^rvlssr, ;tlj)IJif). ftl.;^ MefKa^r, GrsMl. Nurse. VM'W. Jl. >MAcKetiz1e. Qf��l. Nur^�. bulls, 3% to 4yt. Sheep-Choice kil'.ing -.veilier.?. ditto, awes, nU. Sglect hogs-150-2G011jn. S5. BUSINESS LOCAI.S St. Mary's Men's Society will hold another of their popular Whist Drlyes on Tuesday, Jan. 25th, In the Parish Hall. Six good prizes and refresh-meats. 8 p.m. 36-2 Don't forget the Calico Ball given by the CO. F. .natt Thursday, Jan. 28th. .6oo4 music. Good supper. Tlc-ketB 50c to b� had from the committee; �. .. ' . 38-1 Have your piioto enlarged or have same on a pillow top. We'll be here only several -weeW. We-guarantee to do the best of work .and hare ^ the cheapsttt prices. Drop m a line and we'll call with saniples. T, J. Pomer-lo�, 210.3tJi S;. S� city. V ' 3�-1 Archibald B. .lerdon, '^secretary Of the Western Ontario .-Bible society, died at London, in his Cist year. ., ..u, w .-.I 'no iiaiiuita uy ine iwo prevjouii H.subjei i:- ... i-.; '''.Mind" and -ilouy," i dcaii wan y-puv^{.tJiv. but as seen,'Mr. bt!l Jill ireat iheai. Vf/e .is ; oif>, Elbowing the relatioriEhip of cne to the 'i other. To 'ibe men who listened, to the .Tiatter airsaciconsiaer^d, ihlE phase of the courRC will nrove eEsen-tial. .\lai.y were liie oxpresEions of appreciation, following Dr. Galbraith'B lecture on "The Body." He touched upon many vital points of interest ic young men, and a number have vclcet a desire that a meeting of 'M:c nature be again held before the close of the season. It is indeed gratifying to know that a need Is being at leaet partly met; a need that exists amonf? yoiing'men wherever they mav he. Every man is cordially Invited to these meetings, and a special Invitation is extended to strangers in town, and to the boysr of tlie 25th Battery. Rcwerri for infofhiation leading to the recovery of the following; ' One Brown 'Welding, weight 250, wearing heavy halter and ^ randed Quarter Circle JC op 'left shoulder.' i\''^:V- One Bay Mare, Weight abeut 250 pounds, wearing, halter and branded SJ on left shoulder. Both strayed frorirXox'a Dairy ;306 ,7tlj Avenue !?ooth, last Thursda^^.. ' DRAWING AND WATER COLOR PAINTING Lessons Given. 1 hour lesson .........^....60c Classes for c;hildi-';i:n,under 10 years...................25c MRS. HINGS 69 Dominion Biiflding; DIED iVlASSON-At , 809 Otli Ave. South, Wiiyam. aged 7 days, the infant son of Mr. and Mrs, Wm. Masson, Jr. 36-1 :'^'i^.ibatterv of the famous 72 millimetre'gupg^i^of, the r?rench.', -> rl' __ . ___......f '..< ,,\l _ , . ., . .1 iiiiii The Allies of this gnsat war are making an excopi-ionslly good showing at the Iroui:. -V/e have; just received a fi-cth shipment' of Nylo Chocolates KNOWN AS THE ALLIES, - SPEClAi; ASSORTMENT - v.-hleli are making-a-name for themselves in Ci^nada;: -1 ,' �/ i ! These aro; strictly rre6lj.j:;|^ vorj- nice.-assortment, A'.mftdt-i in-Canada chocolate at a.ppebiiil . price ; � :. i � ,. :75c'a Box,,,,''.J5'  PlioueuB .yoair.ordeh.We'guw-antee you will ibeaatlsfled.. . � The Kenny & Allin Co. Limited,' ' THE DRUG-BOOK. STORE PHONE 1487.r 51417?6279 ;