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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 2, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta iPRINTING HERALD JOB DEPARTMENT LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD HOTEL WINDSOR Best $1.25 a Day Hotel in Alberta Madatn : When the Grocer says its just as good as Taylor Made he doubts your judgment r SAVE MONEY ON JAMS BY BUYING BY THE CASE ST. WILLIAMS', FURNIVALS 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: ST. WILLIAMS' PURE JAMS 73c 63c 69c. 64c. \ FURNIVAL'S JAMS-4 lb pails: Siruwborr.v, por piUI ................... KaspbeiTv, per pull.................... Hluclc Cnrnini. per psiil ................. Pencil. Plmii and (Joo.^ebcny. per pail ... HARVEST CRAB APPLE JELLY, t pouml piiils. per i>ail .......................... 65c. The above in assorted ease.- as follow.';, 'riiiof .Strawberry, two Itaspberry. two Ulack (.'iinant'. one each. Poach. Pluni aiitl CiOoseberry, two Crab A^pple .lolly. 12 tins, ..-pociLil per case S7.BS I or less than �!c u pain Guaranteed at least A lb net weight. Sf nnvhorrj, per pall .,.................. 7Sc liaspherry, per pnll ..................... 72c. Black (.'iirratu. per pall .................. 72c. Peach, Plum ami Uod Currant, each ..... 68c. MARMALADE, per pail ................. 60c. Tht' above assorted as follows, in cases: Two Siruw'berr.v. two Uuspborry, one each Hlack Currant, Peach, Plum, .Heil Currant and .Marmalade. :i I Ins, .special per ease .................. $5.85 I or ii.")C a pail.) OFFICE PHONE 1271 THE GOOD CO. HIGH-CLASS GROCERIES STORE PHONE 52 5 \m:atii]: m, i Moof^e Jaw. cloudy ..... - :: -10 tju Appelle. clear ...... - 1 Ui Kdmonton. clear ....... 1 1 ti Winnipeg, fair .........  us Ualtleford ............ - - -l Calgary .............. � i; - i; iP^nticton. cloudy ...... 7 Prince .\lliert .......... 0 * .Medicine flat, clear ---- (1 - c, .N'elsoii ................ \:; I ! The weather over the prairie pro- 1 vinces has been mostly cold and Save Time and Steps ! clear. Forecast ' .Ml West-Pair loday I day; not much change ture. and Tliurs- j in tempera- j CITY AX l> DISTRICT ' Modern Woodmen Uef;ular meelins of .Modern Woud-Muen or" .America. .S..'iO n.m.. Oddlelloivs jhall. Wednesday Feb. Board of Trade Luncheon The Board (ji Trade will liolil its re.:.;ular weekly luncheon tomorrow ! noon at the Lethbridge Hotel at l2.:;o. When 1 liiiio' pltOIIC IIS Vdll woul cr uv liult you need :uiy-11 tlir driiu' line I lie s.-tnic as (1 ytnir ucoc-icr. Special Features Tonight The Pierrots, assisted by ariistt^ ' from tlie Kilties and I3aitery. will appear at all local theatres tonipht in aid of the recniitintr campaign. We deliver iiromptly .and guarantee , tile ipialily of all goods. Von are asking no sjiec-ial favor when you Phono iii\il place an order for drugs to he delivered at yonr !iii's WE CALL AND DELIVER MADE IN LETHRIDGE SHOES FRANK MILES 511 4th Ave. South some time in the last night lo spend city. For Patriotic Fund R. J. Hitcilie Paterson, hon. treasurer, acknowledges the r)i of SmIo.H.i "jeing donation from :he Chinook (.;oal company emiilovees and officials. ! Just In From Manchester i WEDNESDAY'S GRAIN PRICES ' Winnipeg, ^ManV; 1->1). ' 2.-Openiuff �and dosing prices on the grain ex-lclr4nK'. Lewis, M, P., called the attention in the minister rof militia to ihe. fact that it would he desirable for t'anada to plant as Jarge an acreage as possible this year, that a (ireat crop iniRht he grown aiid garnered for the heiiclit oi Oanaiia, of Hritain and of the allies. (Jpneral Jluglies is, Ihereforc, issuing orders through the division commanders, that men in units tliroughout the country may obtain leave of absence from ihfiir military duties in the .spriii- for' ji suflicient length oi time to enable them to plant the .seed tor the crops in every province in Canada. In doin" this, (icneral lluKhes is fpIloKiuK the precedent set la.st autumn when the soldiers in trainint; were pillowed to help in the harvest. UABOR LEGISLATION UNDER i CONSIDERATION IN MANITOBA .Winnipeg, Feb. 1,-Labor legislation occupied the legislature at a short session touay, tne Hon. T. K. ./ohnson, minister of public worilav .................. ......... ' F! X- Ma\ ........,................. WIS.MI'HC- I A.'^H Whrat- \o. \ Nor............... Xo. 2 Nor................. . N'o. A Nor.................. .Vo. 4 .Nur.................. No. r> Nov.................. No. li Nor................. Oats-No. 2 C. W................ No. ;{ C. W................ Kxtra No. I Keetl ...... No. 1 l''peil ................. No. i i''ecd ................. Barlfv- No. W......................... N... 1........................ Feed ................ ....... I Flax-No. 1 N. W. C. .. ..... Open Close ,l,:iOi ;1.2!li 1.3ft . 1.28i 'Mir -is; IKi 17.'. 71 , 2.i:j;. 2.iri riticKS ............ 1.25 Wants Power i Commissioner Grace has asked for i figures on the cost of supplying . power to the Grace mine across the I river, lie promises to nay the cost of constructing the line to the mine from tlie i/cwer plant, the city lo apply the amount e.\pended against his power bill until accounts are even. In this WBV the city will not be jjut to the necessity of borrowing money for the (onstruclion of the line. At the Men's Own review of the life of Henvv i>rum-moiid was /.'laced before Ills .Men'.s Own last Sunday afternoon by K. Kaake whicli resulted in th; brinyin.s; out of the chief characteristics of the ureal man wlio was ranked ainouK't the deeijest and most searching thinkers of his day in the world of 1.221, i religion. Tiie address was nu)St in- 1)1-. Ca.sseir.s Tal)ie(s For weak women iiud and ner\ous diildren. 1)1'. Cassell's Instant Kelid' Tablets. .'lOc. For i i.,-ev I ion ^�ouolipai ion. Flaliilence, Troubles, and Indifres- j London, Feb. 2.-Accordiuii to a sialemeni made by the avithorlties here today llridseman Tayloi-. detained here on i> cliarfie of havin:^' tailed lo renister as an alien enemy, has made a confession to the effect that Captain Franz Von Papeji, re- icalled German niilitur.v .iiiiiciie at jWasbinston. oruanized jdans for blow- .in;; uii the Welland canal. AUCTION SALE SATl KDAY ^EXT. VVAl. 5tli Oil the Premises. 1224 Thinl Avenue South. Commencing at two o'clock FRANK WADDINGTON Is favored with instructions from Arthur Held, lOsd.. who is leaving the city, to sell by public auction ami witliotir reserve, a (luaa-lity oV surplus TIOl SEllOLJ) I L KNTILKi: not required in cliauKo of residence and iiichiiliiiK: Solid Oak uxtemling dinint? tablye. set of dinint,' eliairs. .Mahogany buffet to matcli; Dresser, Princess design, about 12 yds good stair carpet, leather lounge, grass den chairs, grass tabic, wicker roelcer, Mahogany iiiu.sic stand, ,sanlfary lounge. single l)edy eoin-l)letp with springs and mattresses; child's cot. drop sides; brass mounted bed springs and n'attn^ss; Hooier Kitchen canine, refrigerator, wahing machine, carpet sweeper, wringing machine,' linoleum, tent SxtU, ice yaclii with sails complete, .McClnry kitchen stove, sundry dishes, kitchen utensils, etc. TERMS CASH NO RESERVE ^'eno's ]/i!i�htnin}i-Couj�h ('ure. Mh Coughs, Colds, .Vslhma, etc-., Bronchitis, e'c. 1.20 l.lti 1 .b!) 1.112 11; II;-111 l�i :{!!; 111 jterestingly received, llr. ^Mcl.eod, now attached to tiro Killien battalion, followed Air. Ka-.i'iu >utii ;t talk upon ilie present day duties of citizenship and tile need of the ilritisli Empire in ie.-;pe(i to the necessity of seeuring I an unlimited nuinoer of volunteers of men enthused witii the principles of dctniscracy and freedom to combat the onslHiighi let looai; b;-- ilu! Cicrinan war party which had for 1^^ motto the huiipiession of liberty and the a twenlv odd memhcrs who were present. .\ number lit members oi the parliaintnt&ry pre-ss gallerv are al.so availing iheii.-s;'lves of the course. Colonel I'apiii- I Can, oi Halifax, v,ill have charge of ' )!::� coni.se. .\ miiiih.i' of llic nii-ml.cis, as well ;s Colonel I'apiiieau were ji lew minutes late and (lenpral Hughes gave them their lust lesson in discipline. He insiste[| that promptness was one of llic liisl necessities of an ollicer. He informed Colonel I'apiiieau they (lid not kfjp Halifax hours in Ottawa. The minister pointed out AUCTION SALE On FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 4th At 52(5 21,st Street North Household Fnrnitui'e. Stove. iTeater, dnil. Kitchen I'tensils. etc. TFRMS CASH Carpenter UhAh. Cook Potatoes. Linolenm, W. L, WILSOW, AUCTiO,'NiEER LIVELY ARTILLERY DUEL REPORTED. BY ITALIANS stroll" business men ollicprs. II was decided lo have drill four (lays a week from to 10 o'clock .............' ' 'and tlic liours for Iccliires will he ar- PANTAGES AGAIN TONIGHT [ Amom: those present wrre : t:olonel Home, Feb. l.-'rhe following ollic-ial communlcntlou Was issued today: "In till) upper Cordevole region there has been a lively artillery duel in the Lionalongo zone. In the Cam-po I'loy.zo district enemy detachments which tried to approach our iiosltion south of .Monte Uombon were repulsed. "On the Ison/.o front enemy artillery llittw shells on Cormons rail-that jway station and on the Aloraro conn has been sentenced by court martial to lliree years' imprisonment for In suiting the German army in the dls tribution of a pamiililet written by him entitled ".Martyred llolgiuin." USE OF DRUGS DIMINISHING It has been stated that the oxpeiisel for drugs at the Massachusetts Gon-I eral Hospital has been reduced ,jO per cent ill ten years.-but the demand for such non-secret, reliable romedloB as N'ihol Is largely on the Increase. Our local druggists, .1. p, Hlglnbolh- wcrc needed as'ilryi there being some \ictlms among j am & Co., go so far as to gunrifnteel " " .............tvinol lor weak, run-down conditions! the iiopulatlon." The I'antages bill shown at the Gr- blll will be Kli()v,'n.-Adr. So. 2 C. W. 2.OS 2.05 May July .Mar ,JuIv CHICAGO \Vlli:.\T ....................... \.^\: ................ ......... 1.25; -MINNisAPOLlS \VII1':.\T .. i.;)3.'. .. i.;iov 1.32 1.2t.>. i.;ii)' 1.2S> LOCAL MARKETS PRICES - LOCAL GRAIN Wjigou prices; ' Wheat.......... Oai..s ........................ Klax..................:..... liatley ...................... . Track jirices : Wlicat-,...............;..... Oats..;..................... l-'lax..................... lot; M 111.'.. I 1U3| tor Is'orth Winnipeg, criticised the shop act uiuendiiient on this ground that it was not as strict with reference to the euLPloyment of children a.^ the factories act. He salt] the mlulraura age for the employment of boys should bo M, and of girls 15; Whereas the act, in certain clrcum- , , . - -----...... iStai)ueM, pwrijiitted, the employment J^-A. Rise, sotdai-deniocrat member lot' hoys of'.'1:1-anil girls of II. SCHOOL CHILDREN'S ICE CARNIVAL On Saturday Afternoon from 2.C0 to 5.00 o'clock at The Auditorium Rink INVENTS (ieorec 11. Bradhurv. Selkirk ; 11. S. I C.'c;)ienlK, t,'omox-,\lliii ; .Maior Gcr-pheuin last night will be held over .^i^ white, .North licnfrew ; K.Green, for an o'.xtra show tonight, owing ;o Jvootenay ; Frank Sh\muard, Nanai-the great popular demand. The same. "' meets AliL phone-iaoe trains-hospital calls a specialty- 'give us a trial ;