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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 5, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta } - BE BUS TO ALL TRAINS. Hotel Windsor �1.25 a Pay: Hetal In Albarta �, THE LETHBRIDqI HErtALO JOe DEPARTMENT-,,' What "d'ye" mean, You great big Loafer? Why I Taylor Made, Of course! A GKEAT SNAl' ON LAYER FtGS' Tnii)or(ed Table Fig's at a Less Price tliaii prdiiiary Cooking- Figs We have j\ist -bought a quantity of "theselat 'a riclicuUwsly low^k^e, .'!The> are'lSlS pack, but have been kept In cold storase aud are* ttS good as'lasi yew's pack w,ltli the exdeptjon ot being ed a Utile on the outsWe. For tooKlng you could niqt beat tlienXi -^peolftl tfer 10-pound box..., IF YOU WANT ANV, COME QUICK. ONLY 61 BOXESr-IN,ALL. Office: THE GOOD CO. store: Phone 1271 high-class groceries ' f�>�e S2S WEATHEB Max. Lethbridge, fair 33 Edmonton, clear..... 32 Calgary, clear...... 34 THE GREAT WEST LIFE HAS AS USUAL. MADE A NEW RECORD BY WRITING A LARGER BUSINESS IN 1914, THAN IN ANY PREVIOUS YEAR. Medicine Hat, fair Moose Jaw, cloudy Prince Albert, fair Reglna, snowing ... Winnipeg, snowing Port Artliur, cloudy.. 32 27 24 27 23 ..30 .02 .02 .02 Win. �-�2 : .10 :S 12 15 14 13 12 .24 , The "weatlier throughout the west has been .mostly lair and inild.' Soma local snow flurries have occurrad in each of the pra!rie prorinoes,. Fbracast Western Proviiice�-Wett and north winds; somewhat colder; seme snow flurries. CITY AND DISTRICT Mill Employees Meet Tonight The Flour aad Cereal ilill-Employees Union No. 14039 'will meet tonight in the r.^bor Hall. AH members are requested to attend. Sons of Enflland Notice . The Sons of-England R.R. degree meet ou Wednesday evening at S o'clock sharp, in tlie 3.0.^B. hail, i Installation of officets for 1915 will take place. AH members are request-edto turn, out, and give the officers a good start Handy Heat 111 alla^diig pain there is iiotiling more successful or practical than the use of heat. Heat is most easily applied ^through the use of a good hot water hottle. "Our Hot Water Bottles are^f the.i*ial-rubber kind. Keep plenty of them oh' hand during cold weather. Use them to over--corne .pain And ateo use them to comtdrt' ydiir cold Yeet. In your home there - should be a hot, water bottle for every pair of feet.  ; The RedCfQSs Drug & Book ?0;^' Limited Phone 555>"1- ?^^hird Ave. S. CITY AND DISTRICT St. Cyprian's Teachers' Meeting The weekly meetings of the teach-lers of Stl Cyprian's Sunday school will be resumed tdmqrrpw evening, at S.30 p.m. All teachers are expected to be present,' and others interested in  Bible study win also he made' wel-come. The meetings are liold In the /Parish, room, and will continue on revery, Wednesday night until further notice. Week of Prayer Opens Tlie week' of prayer in the local churches opened with an enthusiastic and successful meeting in Wesley linll last night,, 'ilio programme was arranged by the Young People's Union, and was decidedly interesting and instructive. Mr. Carson, secretary of the .y.M.C.A.; Mr. J. B. Wilkie, and Mr. R'. W. Guess were the speakers, ieach'; taking as a theme some phase of the siibject, "Tiie Spirit of Ser-i vice." Mrs. Chandler presided at the piano, and the singing was very hearty. Mr. W. C. Slarsli, president of the Union, presided. The second meeting w'ill be held tonight in Kno.x j church auditorium. Rev. A. H. Denoon 1 presiding. The subject will be "The eWorld .Situation," and the speakers Rev. G: H. Cobbledick and Mr. E. B. Dutton. ; m cID IT ,- For.a limited time only we |1.'will paper complete any ordin-ary.Lsized room with your choice of any of our 15c Cil AA piapera for .........^laMU Ordinary reema papered jcom-plete with choice of paper from it:-."^........$5.00 Ordinary rooms compietciy pa^ pared with your choice of 25c to 35a paper* For.......... � 3Sc to 50c paper For............. $6.50 $8.00 Remember, we aupply your i aelection. of paper*, and hangi 'them ito' your walls complete J, with border* at these unheard pf. of cash price*. Thrl f. SIMDNS CD, HULL BLOCK. , .JUESDAY^S GRAIN PRICES- Winnipeg, Jan. ."5: - Opening aiid closing prices on the grain exchanges today were: � 5 Wheat-Jan........................ 1.28^ May;........................... 1.33 1.34f July......................... 1.34i 1.36| . WINNIPECt CASH PRICES Wheat- Noted Lecturer Dr. Mi.'W. Chase will give his famous iecjture "Big Bugs and Big Hum-:bugs" in 'Wesley ckurcb tomorrow night, and no one should miss this.-He makes a strong plea for the real, the essential aad the true. His voice is clear, smooth and .mellow, but of. nn--UBUal carrying power, and has earned;, for him the sobriquet "the. stiver-'-toned brator of the north." � .-��..' Following is the standing ot the : ;*chopl pupils in Battersea school for'fe term ending December 31: Grade Vlfl.-^Dorothy Pearson and vClark Belswanger (equal), Chester McDonald.  . 'Grade VI.-Helen McDonald and ."Stanley Landry (equal), 11a McNabb, Bessie. Nolan, Horace Jones, Harry V .Poole, Pelt Pearson, JoD Nolan, i V liGrade V.-^Snsan Landry, Maudie , Poole, Alice Jones,. Ruth Fisher. ' Grade IV.-Margaret Landry, Hazel . -Pearson. ' Grade III.-John Whiteley, Willie ;NDlan, Frank Day. i,',; f'.Grade II.-George Caplin, Lillian � � Pislier, Hattie .Jones, Florence Nolan, ,r(-;J3rnest Landry.-B. M^tlieson, teacji-. er. ' . . .'' �� Wiieat Ring* the Bell Today Local wheat touched the highest spot since the war broke oue, today, the cash close being $1.14. The mills have had no quotaUons since the first of the year on wagon lots. There is considerable trading in futures locally. Piles Cured In 6 to 14 Days Druggists refund money if PA7-0 OINTMENT falls to cure Itching, Blind. Bleeding or Protruding Piles. First applicatioh gives relief. HOc. a Taber Farmer's Crop Taber Times: Thomas Judsou shipped two cars of wheat within the past few weeks to Winnipeg. The wheat graded No. 1 Northern, and the first car Ijrought him a price ot.5i.02 a bushel, and the second a price of S1.04 a bushel, with only one per cent dockage. Mr. Judson grew his wJieat oft his farm a short distance from Taber, on the north side of the river. He grew most of it the past summer, when most farmers 'were unable to rajpe a bushel of grain Jof any ^in^, because of the exceedingly dry weath-, er throughout the growing period. Getting Purebred Stock In order tliat the farniers in the district may take advantage of the government's offers of free purebred ani-1 . nn*arin M=�nr. Pf-rt.H mals. the Rural Reiations committee j , ouaw^-Ma^^^^^^ of the Board of Trade is busying ItHelf contro-aers, J. A. Ellis,. Harold Fisher, organizing farmers associations. The W. Nelson acd N. Champagne. You know what that frei^uerif 1 y-lfe artFs to ''Sifeititch^u lime." Higinbothain's { V YELLOW -^THB^T, MIXTURE 25c a bottle iDJigmbottiapCo. Ltd. The Store telephone' no. 322 CHURCHILL'S TROUBLES NOT APPARENT HERE Services" in St. Cyprians aiid iti �the W'CStmJnsteif Methodist churches on ,Sunda:y, the Day of Prayer for the E-rapire, were alt well attended. They were o� a .special chau^tev in keeping with the Imperial': o^dfer; j . UNIVERSAL PEACE'' I To" a crowded church, Ilev. J.. B. Francis, Westminster Methodist : churcli, spolje Sunday evening on the ..subject of "Universal Peace." - The 'text was.talien from Miciili|^!^gvbut the theme was jjafebd oh thwybene in Genesis, 26:12-25, "the .strugglia,:between Isaac and King Abimeleck. In the tactics used by Isaac the spealser .saw in him a ."national peace maker", and then went on to speak ot the value of national peace makers, holding up Sir Edward Grey, the late King Edward VII., Lincol-fi, quoting from these men in defence of their [ position. j In defence of the plea of miiversal peace, the speaker drew a vivid picture ol the horrors of war. From the outside. it was a line-looking thing, the navies, armies, Hags, etc. "We-dress it up, feather it, daub it, gild it with gold, cliecr it, sing to it !swag.gering songs, but when stripped procjous lives Vere lost. Think of the men and the fatherhoc Perhaps, said the speaker, i� wo had iseen more of the horrors of war. universal reality. on the theme' ot "Enders of War" The thought has always been that increased arrnament -.was. to bring the desired'. effect, -that by placing the guns on a high scientific basis, it ^"�'oM automatically become proUi-we would long more for "'universai bitive. Henry Maxium claimed, "The crause"'-d(itelited"Tt in'Rldgeto^ peace." Quotations from Wellington, serial na\) was to le the gieat lii"-, ton, Caledonia and HagersviUe. Votes Napoleon I., Byron, followed, 'giving ^v^irk of peace and a great help to-11, yp,,pni bvlaw in a number ot'inti- Local Option In Ontario Toronto', Jan. 1.-In yesterday's municipal elections local option was carried in Ho'iland Landing, Jarvls, NeWbury, West Lome, and the township of Harwich. Tho three-fifths the views of these men on this phase ward the permanence of peace. Uis ot the sub.icct. Little was said about prophecy ^has prove* t^ilse. It is im- the horrors of the present war, the possible to fngliten the human race atrocities were too horrid to be rc-, of the. busiiress of war. peated One thing, and O'jie, alone, ''w'ouln The ' second defence ot "universal Provc an cnder oT �tt'ai--the spread of peace", was the cost of war, and it �'e knowledge .ot God,, the universal was claarly shown how war is ini- acceptance of his riilc in povcri.shing the world. The array and navy budgets of Great Britain, Germany, Italy, United States, France and Russia were given, sliowiiig liow thrv had increased from I'JOO to litlji from };38y,,'i35,000 to $1,618,432,080. England before the war was spending on her army and navy $1,250,000. Today ijhe is spewding $5,000,000 per | day. The estimated cost of the war ' was *u,�5S,771,Si20 per year. Bfit the greatest cost was in men- ^ men were the munition of war, mon-; cy was justly called the sinews ol nEMEMBKli, you neca Storm Sash,' Thtv ^tnrm I)n,.)-k ..n/l .'-^tnv,. iv^,,,i r^i luce tnera. they col. r, E. W. turn.Ea, v.c., d.s.o. ' Commanding offlQer of the Highland; Brigade jn thetflrst Canadian contiu-5ent,who'w'as; seriously injured in. an jiutomobile accident, near "Salisbury Pining recently ivhen his car turned ^Iturtle travelling.forty miles an;hour. CBNSTIPATIOH BELIEVED ENTiRELYATOiJRRiSK Unless Rexall Orderlies relievo y our bo wel troubles and make you leeilike coming back to thank us for telling you. about them, then come back anyway, and'ask 'us to give 3'ou back your money;; This is just as strong as we can mala this guarantee, and we want to make it strong, because we believe'that Rexall Orderlies are the be^t bowel remedy made. , Soothing.andeasy'Jn |iqtion, they deanse ,,the bowels, thorouglily toning and strength-:entng them, and make yoii feel igreat. They prbmotc easy and regiilar bower action,'war. The debts ot Europe represent-' help to promptly relieve constipation and ; condensed crops of blood. .Men were overcome its cause. Iij.these things they nation's greatest'a.s.set, and yon-^j 'liffer from old-faahioneid; harsh, disagrTCr, (jpj tiiev arc being slain at the rate ( ! able salts andother physicswhich usually , of .20,000 nor day. Th^ economic val-1 I give only temporary reW and oftea leave; j,e a man is placed at $3,000, so . ' the bowels tn \vorsecOTdit)on than ever, ij^j^^ ,,gans $B0,000,000 per day was They^tastehke candy and even chddre^ But that was not all. The speaker � quoted from a personal friend of hiii living in Cranbrook, who a few days ago received a letter from his sister, the matron in a large canvas hospital, near the lines ot the allies. She stated in her last letter : '.'How in 10 days 400 operations had takeij place, and this sad fact," said 'she,. "7? per cent, ot those who recover i arc maimed for life." The familiar sight in tlie.days to come .-would be the, man ,bh crutclKjB. 'ToucWngly the sinking of the "Forr midaie': llsii week was referred tp-^ paiTcqStipi'$^^1^00,,:m.jyJMCh 600 ot men. When the; the hearts brotherhood ot niclpalities failed, "There is a wealth of goodness In overy Salada package. 'The aluminum covering seals tight and perfectly preserves the natural charm of the ti.-esh young leaves. . , . In vest pocket tin boxeg; 10c, 25c, fiOc. You can buy Rexall Qrderlies only at The Rexall Storesi and in this town only ot us. J. D. Higinbotham i& Co., Mmlted, , ^.^ ,, , iute incra. j.ney are particularly good fof Storm Doors ant! .Stove Wood for children and for delicate and aged people. kindlms lires and large blocKs for t----...... your fire place. I'hone 362 and we will deliver. Citizens' Lumber Co.. Ltd.. 134 IGlh St. N. 204-0 A joint installation of ofllcers (for the year 1915) ot Court Star 8095 and Court Unity 9311 of the Ancient Or-j der of Foresters, will be held in the I. O. O. P. Hall, corner of 4th Ave. and 5th streot South, Monday (Tonight) Jan. 4th, at 8 o'clock. Every A. O. F. membfjr in the city is,asked' to make a special eltort'to attend this meeting. Refreshments will he served at the conclusiop Of business. 19-1 ZUDORA coming EMPRESS .^Lecture hy Mattison W. Chase, D.D. WESLEY CHURCH 0 iOfPOW Dr.^Mi^ttlson. Wilbur Chase.' 8.15 p.m. popular pri.ces 50 and 25 cents tickets and plan at jack-son & co.'s drug'store* the second numbe.b of THEJ lyceum XaW.B(fiE;,... ;