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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 1, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta ^':as PRINTING HERALD JOB DEPARTMENT LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD HOTEL WINDSOR Best $1.25 a Day Hotel in Alberta Madam: When the Qrocer says its just as^good as Taylor Made he doubts your judgment SAVE MONEY ON JAMS BY BUYING BY THE CASE ST. WILLIAMS', FURNIVAL'S AND HARVEST ARE ALL PURE HIGH GRADE JAMS. WE BOUGHT A LARGE QUANTITY LAST FALL DIRECT FROM THE PACKERS WHEN PRICES WERE LOW. HERE ARE SOME SPECIAL PRICES FOR THIS WEEK: FURNIVAL'S JAMS-4 lb pails: Strawberry, per pnll .........,.......... 73c Ra8pberr>', per pail ..................... 69c Black Currant, per pnll ,................ 69c. Peach, Plum and Gooseberry, per pall ... 64c. HARVEST CRAB APPLE JELLY, 4 pound palls, per pall.......................... 65c. The above in assorted cases as follows, 'Ehreo Strnwberry, two Raspberry, two Blaclt Currant, one each, Poach, Plum auU Gooseberry, two Crab Apple Jelly, 12 tins, special per case $7.65 (or less than 61c a pall) ST. WILLIAMS' PURE JAMS Guaranteed at least 4 lb net weight. Strawberry, per pall..................... 78c Raspberry, per pall ..................... 7Zc. Black Currant, per pall ..................72c. Pencil, Plum and Red Currant, each.....680, MARMALADE, per pail ................. 60c. TUe above assorted as follows, in cases; Two Strawberry, two Raspberry, one each Black Currant, Peach, Plum, Red Currant'and Marmalade. U tins, special per case .................. 95.85 (or 65c a pall.) OFFICE PHONE 1271 THE GOOD GO. HIGH-CLASS GROCERIES STORE PHONE 52 5 BREAD WINNERS who eat Model Bakery Bread are sure of a good return for their labor. It is wholesome, nourishing and a great muscle-builder. Some people say they do not like baker's bread, but that is because they do not eat Model Bakery Bread. ,lt it without doubt the be�t flavoured bread It is possible to make. We'll leave it to the boys and g1rl&. If they like it, depend on It, it is good bread. Boys and girls ajwaya like Model Bakery Bread. The loaf is attractive to the eye and has that taste-quality -that attracts the children, the superior richness and sweetness that Is peculiar to our bread. Ask your Grocer or phone 1175 and the rig-wfll caU. THE MODEL BAKERY N. J. SCHWEITZER, PROP. CITY AND DISTKICT Moose Meeting , The Loyal Order of Moose meeting will be held tonight at 8 sharp. Sons of England Notice Tlie Sons of England meet tomorrow night at 8 o'clock sharp. At Taber Court H. A. Smith and J. R. Palmer are in Taber attending court. New Officer Ueut. Chas. E. F. Hlscocks of Jledl-clne Hat arrived in the city today to take up his duties as an officer in the Kilties. Back from Hospital Bob Conklln, C. P. R. conductor, has sufHciently recovered from his 1 recent illness to return to his home jfrom the hospital. Back Fronm Calgary Capt. Leech, medical officer of the 113th, returned last nfght from Calgary where ha attended a two weeks' school for medical officers. There were over 30 in attendance. St. Andrew's Announcements ! At St. Andrew's church tlie following services will be held this week: I Wednesday, Onward Bible class at S p.m.; Thursday, Mission Band at 7.30, and the Junior Christian Endeavor on Friday at 7.30. Personal Mention 1 Jud Foley and S. J. Harris are Milk River visitors In the city. I Emer Harris of Cardston came up from the south this morning. ' J. Harper Pro^se of Taber is in ,the city on legal business. Sheet Music AND SMALL .Musical Instruments Mason & Risch, Ltd. Balmoral Blouk 5th St. 8. J 1 Irrigation Project G, W. Pearson ("Old Man") Is in the city today on business connected ^ I with the irrigation project north of the river. Things are moving slowly but surely In this project, but it is hoped to have negotiations carried far enough this winter to get the ; various,irrigation districts formed and trustees appointed. Mr. Pearson's I daughter Laura accompanied him, and left this morning for a week's visit with friends at Foremost. Save Time and Steps Wlien'j^ou need anything in the drug line phone us the same as 3'ou would 3'our grocer or butcher. We deliver promptly and guarantee the (luality of all goods. You are asking no special favor when you Phone 555 and place an order for drugs to be delivered at your door. Try our Free Delivery Service' and see how satisfactory it is. The Red Cross Drug & Br ok CS., Limiled War Pictures Again To-night The French war pictures at the Majestic attracted large crowds last evening, and will be shown again this evening, as well as tomorrow, afternoon and evening. The pictures, while not sensational, are real, taken right on the battle front, and that constitutes their real value. This afternoon the children of the schools, dismissed half an hour earlier than usual by kindness of the public and separate school trustees, viewed the pictures'in large numbers. Pasteurized and Carefully Handled ThlGrystal Dairy Co PHONE 1576. Thanks Fire Department A tribute to the excellent work of the fire brigade in the Levering. fire last week was received tWs morning 18% by Chief Hardy in the form of the 48 I following message: Lefhbridge City iFire Dept., Chief Hardy-Mrs. Lovcr-i ing and myself wish to cypress our ' sincere gratitude to you and your men 211Vi for the prompt response to our call Winnipeg Cash Prices �RTieat- No. 1 Northern ............. lae&i ^^'^ the gentlemanly way No. 2 Northern ............. ILMH "^'^ behaved. Mrs. Levering es- No! 3 Northern .......l'n% Pecially wishes to thank you for all ,for help, for the efiicient manner in which every member did his work, -^---------- - in which OCEAN STORMS TAKE TOLL OF HUMAN LIFE Halifax, Jan. 31.-The Nova ScQtia Bchooner H. R. Sliver, 240 tons, from North Sydney for St. John's, Nfld., has "been abandoned at sea. The crew Js now on hoard tho Allan liner Car- ivhW tha^inlan, Qlasgow for Halifax. A 0�!^-mqBsage ti'om the Cape Race wire- pi,^ less station said the Carthaginian re- Barlev'"""''''"' ported a schooner a derelict about, fP,AoL-''",irio ]70 miles southeast of Cape Race and -the crew saved. No. 4 Northern ............. lllVa No. 5 Northern ............. 110% No. 6 Northern ,,........... 104% Feed ..................... 97% OatB- No. 2 C. W. ................; 15 No. 3 C. W.................. 4214 Extra No. 1 Feed ............ '12',4 No. 1 Food ................. 41 No. 2 Peed.................. 40% Barley- No. 3....................... G5 No. i....................... fiO Feed................ 51 Piax- No. 1 N. W. C............... :i04% No. 2 C. W................. 201% I - Chicago Wheat May............ 132% 134% July ,........ ... 124 12D% Minneapolis Wheat May............my* 132 Vi July ............ 126>/j 130 your thoughttulness in protecting her furniture and cleaning up the house before leaving.-J. E. Loveriiig. tOGAL MARKETS PRICES LOCAL GRAIN ,\Vagori pncaa; . CARPETBALL LEAGUE 'There will be a meeting of the Car-pet,batl Iieague at the Moose Hall to-nJfbt at 0 o'clock. ORPHEUM THEATRE February 3, 4, 6, CHA8. CHAPLIN IN TILLIE'S PUNCTURED ROMANCE ... 100 ... 34 ... IKl ... 40* ... 112 ... 37 ,.. 189i ... 48 HAY 10.00 No. 1 alfalfa,' balo'd, ton ......... 0.50 Standard alfalfa........................ 0.00 No. 2 alfalfa ........,...................... 8.00 No. 1 bluejoint ....V...................... 0.50 . Livestock jjnd Poultry Cfiolce steers, 5J: to OJc. �Fat cows, 5 to 5.io. fehcB)-Choico Itiliint; wethers. OJc. .Shto-Choice killing ewes, 53c, Select hoes, 150.250 lbs., 8c. M\e. tovyl, iqc. lbs. TO PAY LABOR JUDGMENT Danhury, Conn., Jan. 31-From $350,000 to $450,000 was raised in the nation-v.'ide union contribution to pay of the S250.n00 judgment against the Danbury Hatters' union In the Loew and Co. boycott case. Just In From Manchester Dr. Cassell's Tablets 50c For weak and nervous men women and children. Dr. Ca.s.seir.s Instant Relief Tablets, 50c. For Con.stlpailon, Flatulence, " 'vor Troubles, . and Indigestion. Veno's Lightning Cough Cure, 30c For Coughs, Colds, Bronchitis, Asthma, etc., etc. J. D. Higinbolham & Co. '�' ' Limited --- The Stor6 Regina Schools May Close For Want of Coal Regina, Jan. .SI.-Unless the situation is relie.cd within tho ne.\t 21 ' hours, the public schools of Regina, j several public buildings, several I blocks, Regina college, and many private houses will have to close down throuRh want of coal. in Leijiiiiature Uegina, Sask., Jan. 31.-The coal situation in Sas':tt3l.ewan was one of the main matters discussed in the legislature this afternoon, the matter ' hoins introduced bv Dr. Mite", e'.l of iHVyburn (Liheral). Dr. Mitchell toM ; the house of the acute situation which now e.\ist.cd in all pnrts of Sas'iateh-e.van bv reason of tho s^-vere weather, and the total inability ol the railway companies to cope with the conditions which ha\e existed. Holm J. A. CaWer, Hon. W. R. Motherwell, Mr. Bradshaw ot Prince Albert and W. B. WiHous;hb5' of Alotse Jaw all took -rt in the discussion. Mr. CaJder pointed out that the west was doinii throutrh an unprecedented winter, that conditiors had ar'sen that could not be controlled. The house could rest assured that the gov-icrnnient were watchine the situation ; with extreme care, and that every-1 thin? that was possible would be done. No stcs would be le!t unturn-el hv t' 0 Ro\ernment to relieve the situation. The Popularity That ''OUR BESr FLOUR enjoys is due only to the high standard of qnality maintained and the moderate price at which it is sold. See your grocer abT)ut it NOW [IIISOK KILLING & ELEVATOII CD. ROYAL CANADIAN DRAGOONS IN BELGIAN TRENCHES Tl^eraareilada from nearly every city-in Canada in the Royal Canadian Jiragoons; Canada's crack cavalry ocrps. ' as. Navy Ready for]:: War, Says Wilson FLOODS THREATENED IN SOUTHERN STATES Washington, Jan. 31.-Serious floods threaten the lower Ohio valley, the, MieslsBippI valley from Cairo, 111., to tho Gulf of Mexico, and the valley ot the Arkansas, heqauso ot the heavy rains of yesterday and last nlglit. The eather bureau today issued a special Hood bulletin which said the stages previously forecast probably would be sllRhtly exceeded at various points and that the hiprh stages In tlio Mls- A DUTCHMAN DAMAGED, , Chica.0, Jan. ai. - The United ' f^�%X,,fJ/� to tl>o gulf would ; Stats has made -reparation fcr im- '""^ �o continLoc. mediate war, as far as the navy is concerned, alt'ioupii the � resent n.aval "WITHIN THE LAW" COMING Messrs. II. G. Barnum and Harry London, Jan. 31.-A Lloyds' report says that the Dutch steamer Tliuban Ims been damaged and towed up the Thames, also that the Dutch steamer Mnasdyk met with an accident in which two of her crew were killed, and that she was making water rapidly and had been beached. LEVEE GIVES WAY torca is inadequate in sic, President -------r; . . ,, , \V:hon decl.-.red tmicht in an address Marrs, advance.representatives of the before s�,eral thoisand persons in the Ignited Producing Co.'h production ot auriitf.rium here. i "Within The Law," are in tho eity to- rendered horaeiess. HIckmnnn, Ky., Jan. 31.-The West Hickmann levee gave way early to. day, and the Mississippi river Is now Hooding a largo area In the manufacturing section. T'he water. Is slowly backing up into the husineBs district, i About FOO persons'have so far iboen We mean bi's:ncss," he said, in ' tliy arranging contractu witli niun-: .ST)oal.,in!> of the nrcparcdncs.s plans of ''Ser Brown of tho Maiostic. The , the administration, local appenrauee of thu celebrated We ha-,c uiven ti the present licet P'ay "^vill probaibly *o February 15th To Prevent the Grip Co'ds cause Grip-Laxative Bromo re- her' when the pcopu: of the moves the cause There is only one States vill have full onportunitv "Bromo Quinine." K. W. GROVK'S express t';eir will, said lion. ,U WANTS TO SEE THE STARS AND | of the United States an orjanization and Kith. STRIPES WITH THE ALLIES ; such a.s it never had i)pfore. T am -- itold hv Admiral Fldclifr," the rr?si- Ottawa, Jan. 30.-Wait till the dD:it said. "And we have made prc- signaturo on box. 25o. LOST HIS APPEAL Washington, Jan, 'SI.- David Lamer, presidential elc t'nns of next Novcm- par.Ttion for immediate war, so far convicted in the. fedenil courts on United as the navv is concerned." clsargesof impersonating an onicer to Tho aniiy, the president said, as at the United States, with intent to amcs ir-rc't constitut d, in not larRC defraud, lost his appeal in tho uu Track prices : Wfie^f .............................. Oats ............ ............ Flax-^..................... Jan. 31.-Among the passengers on' the Metagama which arrived Saturday . litght, was CaptaliV H. A. Coulter, .Toronto, who went over with the first contingent and was trnnsfarroil after arrival in Kngland, to the I2th Mahohostor bat-talion of 'the BrltlBli army. SIR RICHARD IN LONDON London, Jan. 3t.-Sir RiclVard Mc-Brldo has arrived by the Phuliflelphia to take up the olliee of agont-goneral of the province of British Columbia. liver SMggSsSu? You are warned by a satlovsr skin, dull oyes, biliousness, and that grouchy Reeling. Act promptly.-. Stimulate your iiver-remove tjie clogging wastes '-make sure your digestive organs are working right and-when needed-take BEECMM'S PILLS Luiait 8�Ia of Anr Mudlciua In theWorU. Sold evervwhnrn. lnboxai,2S col*. Robert Markhnm, former president of  rtetachmont between Foniko and the Royal Geographical Bocloty, died ^'okrl, near the village of Kndedi, op here yesterday. He was StlUingfleot In 1830. born at SKATING TONIGHT AUDITORIUM RINK poslte Casiellorliio. Thursday morning tho village was surrounded and some ot tho offlclals and some of tho inhabitants were taken prisanere aboard tho war vessel." ADMlRAl: A. S. BARKER DEAD Washington, Jan. 31.-Rear Admiral Albert S, Barker, retired, who served from 1862 to 1905 and had a notaHilo naval career, died at his home here today of pneumonia. Are Yau Leaving The City? If yoii are dlNposin^ of your fnrniiiire let ns . V rto it for yoH, by Auction or Private y Sale. We Know How The City Second-hand Store / The Hqubc with a Clean Method of Doing BuGiness 406 Fifth atreet South PHONE 1428 ;