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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 8, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta '^^nit.lBU* TO ALL TRAINS.^ ... Ho^l Windsor �""t nrnWi-K Day Hotel In Quality First Means Taylor Made Or. Michiei Clark s^^eloqueht and aMe| ^^^ember of Parlia-' iaeiit lor Red Deer deliA^er a patri-f| otic address ou ^ fTheWar" intlii luditorium OF THE > C5ENTRAL SCHOOL , on the evening of , MAI, I rClDCk |d?fiere Avill be a pro-f'^gfam of music of a ^ pitriotic nature, ^ OrlClarHt'tM one of the best in-f(?p^ed men Jn the country on >';.$worl^ prob^ He: Is a deep ituhent of affairs and his ad. .dress;!* fsure: to be one of the JTlost- helpful and Interesting; ^ sVe>'heard in the city on the "gsiibject which'occupies the pui^: gye.;.f�iind. jYA'j colleetioxi' \vijl he ' bi%en upio^. the Belr' THEWIIR DID IT For a limited time only we will paper complete any ordinary aised room with your choice �f'any of our 1Sc t\!tK papers for ......... 9"tsUU -Ordinary rooms papered com> pitte with choice of paper from K?!."*$5.00 Ordinary rooms completely papered \folth your choice of 25c ?.f�.!'".':'".......$6.50 $8.00 An exceptionaliyVf,iAeilot.of California Navels Just received. ^inatur*d, fino calor;auppjy ;your selection of papers and hang ,^^hsm� to yeyriwalla complete With 'bordejisyat these unheard of;eash prlcea.'^^:^ ,;i The J. L SINOIS GB. HULL BLOCK. . CITY AND DISTRICT Supt. Wail Don't Depend On Memory "Jot It Dbwn" It requires G�ly a few mimttes to^^'ot down the principal liappen-iligs of eacli{da.y." At the end of the year j-ou'will find much pleasure in looking over the record. Let us show yoii our line of 1915 Diaries Prices range from 25e to $1.30. Get yours today. v : --------7---------------- The Red Cross Drug & Book OL Um\A .singing at ' George , i FJ�mlng, Empreas the well-known ,local'btn�er, is singing at tihe Empress thlaiireiBk. ^Vordict in Claresholm Inquest' .;Th6 iyerdlct of the coroaer'a Jury oq thevdeath of Scott Rice, who was killed, by-a C. & B. train at iClarcs-Koltfi^jiw^ne riding horseback along the ttaok, was that the deceased came toJiiBT death by accident. The engineer wari, wto'nerated from all blame. A Fine Calendar . The'.Crystal Dairy has issued a iliMidaouie-calendar'- to its patrons. It Is-frae irorn printed matter and contains va> reproduction of "Bventide in Holland," a beautiful painting. The calendar is^ one of the finest supplied bjr local coBcems. -.---�'. : � Provincial Auditor Here " E, W.-fiurley, chief auditor for the PmvlnoU] government/ is in the city. He:made';hl8 first visit to the Provin-clHlvlaRi'^where he gave a few pointers on.bookkeeping, with a view to ays-I'ematliing the method all over the protlncii).  GRAIN PRICES FRIDAY'S .- Winmpegj Jan. 8; - Opening and closing prices on the grain exchanges todav were : Wteat-^ Open Close Jam .i.;.::........... 1.3b May:;....... J:.,..,.......... 1.36i 1.371 . ....... 1.38i 1.39} CASH PRICES day; July, WINNIPEG Wheat-No. 1 -Mor................... �No. 3-iNdr. . No. 3 uNor................... Oats-No. 2 C. W. .,.............. Barley-No. 3........................... Flax-No. 1 N. W. C. .......... CHICAGO May........................... l,38i Julv ........................... 1.25i MINNEAPOLIS Mav ........................... 1.341 July ........................... 1.35 1 .S2.'.-1.39|-1.25J- 56i 70" 1.484 1.40i 1.262 1.361 1.363 ^ Get Your Auto kicense ; H'.,E. Beattie'oi'tfie provincial':sec-retaiy's depart,n�eht,vls/jii the city to-1 day, in connection ^wlthtW automobile' lloenses*for 1915. 'He: will be Tiere for about four days; Plates-may be obtained at the garage of the Leth-' brtdpe Auto Ooi -Eleventh street, i South. _ � - Americans te-Give Concsrt' The Canadian American association Inet last nig-hf-in ..the Board of-.Trade rooms, and decided to' give an - enter-! taiument in the near future inlaid, of charitable work. . A meeting was called for next Tuesday evening in the same place to arrange details. All Americans are invited to be present. NoHle Will Not be Dry" Tomorrow 'AU^arrangements are complete. for the'bigirrigation convention at Noble, 'whloh convenes tomorrow morning at 10 b^eloek. ^ The way Might will leave kt'iraE sharp; hf iQ(�cial arrange-"made by flupt. W�fker: The '-'-^�wto ret'uite bn'the rognlar train. �" "' �� , "A Man and His Mon^y" ' The timely theme of'"A Manand His Money" Is to be presented In the Methodist churches; of Alber|a. n�xi Sunday. In Wesiley ichurch, Hev.'. Mr. Cobbledlck will apeak on "Th4 'Silent Partner," in ;the riornlng, and in the evening on "The True Motive of Mercantile Intfegrlty," with local application." Tempershce Canvas of the City -� Last night a meeting was held at wiliich delegates from the young people's societies of the different churches in the city, mapped out a cam'paign. of work in connection with the coming vote on prohibition. The city was divided into sections, and a'sect-tion alloted to each church, which will furnish workers to canrass their respective parts thoroughly. .,"v,f LOCAL LIVESTOCK PRICES Furnished by P. Bums & Co.: Cattle-Choice fat steers, .5 VI to 5?S4; choice fat cows and heifers 4^.4 to good tat bulls, 3% to 4. Sheep-Choice killing wethers, fi; ditto, ewes, 5%; choice fat lambs, W-. Hogs-Select, 150 to 250 pounds, 5^ to 5%. WHEAT $1.33 .Wiompeg, Man., Jan. 8.-rThe jvheat market continues on the boom, prices wij/hm 45.. minutes .of the f^Dening advanced over Thursday night's close �to the extent .ot 3J cents for May and H lot July. This advance, however, w-as not maintained. May eased cS i and held fa-irly at 1374, while July ' held around 139 previous to noon L.O.B.A. Instal Officers Victoria Lodge No. 116 L.O.B.A., held their regular meeting .last night.: After the regular business of the'evening had been transacted, the following officers were installed for the,ensuing year, Mr. Haynes, asslsted'by Mr .Humphries acting as InBlalling officer: W.M., Mrti. T. Neve; D.M., Mrs. Martin; rec. sec, Miss V. Neve; treas., Mrs. Cameron; chaplain, Mrs: Scott; D. ot C, Mrs. R. Lindsay;,organist, Mrs. Humphries; P.W;M._ Mrs. Haynes. The remainder of the evening was spent in music - and speeches by the retiring and new officers. Refreshments 'w�re served. Itjfill Belief Your �~~ � CougE -  , OR MON EY?BACK ..Yoij 4,qp't riskcent.You', don't take the sligntost chance.. You canj-try tlil�'��ugh '^medy; ^whict we firmly believe to beV' the very . ibest ^f.. the many.^ kinds w*-carry-^tirelytat oUr' risk, if you find that REXALC CHERRY BARK i . COUGH SYRUP - does not relieve you, we will' gladly refund We' don't want a cent for. it or any other of the "Rexall Remedies" that dpes not satiety;and pleaee-you. Isn't that fair? Can you afford to overlook,.a generous: offer like this when in need' of'; a cough or other remedy? Very ' pleasant to the taste. Children like It. �: ' Prices: .25c, 50c and $1.00' J;D.HigifllioM� ';�:AnnMl, Meeting Mining' Co. ' F. �B.-Btter.' pAjprletoi^ of- the Golden W,eBt hotel at Irvine, ^as In the city; ya|ter(lay 'attending the anniial ImeetlUig,' ot tke^'shareholders' of the. Mara Iiak� Mining Co., of: which J. W^-.BvaiiSiOf Magrath is the president. .^O'l^Ung was' Held at the Leth-Jtiriflge 'Hotel, and ihe election of otfi-ceiw fi>r,-tke year took ' * TELEPHONE MO. 322 CITY AND DISTRICT Clinton N. Howard Here on 17*h � Ciiiiton N. Howard, one of the most widely-known temperance > speaker^ on the American continent, will .give two addresses here on Sunday, January 17. He, will speak in the'after-noon at 3 o'clock, probably on the north side, if a suitable auditorium can be secured; and in the evening at S o'clock in Wesley church. Mr. Howard has the reputation of filling Exporters state cables were strong-^l�f largest auduorlums In the cities GERMAN 6FFICIAL Mike Collins,. German? � ?^ilcae made-Itii-.ther prok!^klpfin-p-^ "A/nfcjitt^K'-: bfj the French agaiurt'Siu^poaitlims on. the Buohen-vopf, BoatJf*of.'Dittl6lsbauBen, in the ''R*j�At��1.JPtTOoii. attacks on a height to'tne'^e'st'Ot Sennhein (Ccr-ni};);'broke down Under; our aitilleiy Are; Wd M�bk-t!l�6'/ and more than 100! mtn'piiistaers. Fighting still is going on lor thet village of Ober-burshaupt;; (Burnhadpt^Lfr-Haut) to the south Jjrf Sennhelm,; "UnUrorable weather also is being experienced* in the-eastern -theatre ol the war."J. "Ob the east Pnissian frontier and in Northern "Poland the situation remains unchanged. "East .'of'the Rawka river our attacks are progressing, One thousand six hundred 'Russians were taken' as prisoners'.'and' five^'machines were captured by lis. "Only artillerr battles took place on the eastern bank of the Pillca river." , / ' and Breeders Just received, a laics BBMiri^ ment of Poultry Ijef Bauda ia numberad alumlaum. will oelto. Iqld^ of assorted aakm: - Iblaok; red, yellow, tilao and jgmen. We are Agafitp for > Dirk's Red mte Killer and Pratt's, Poultry Suppliei^. MledlfiylrigCoi DRUGS AND Lethbridge : STATIONERY. I I Alberta. FRANCE AND PROHIBITION Paris, Jan. 7.-r-Tfa�> Cabinet liaa approved a measure fopVBUbmlssioa to prohibition of the salo^ of' absinthe and other Bimllarlfciuoni; govern-' meht finds that the military' decree forbidding absinthe affebts the population beneficially;. The' Cabinet has also approved:� ibril' �vyililoh: provides that no licenses shall be issued tonew establishments for the aile of spirituous liquors unless-accessory to a restaurant. cr than ever, and last nieht's ofter-ings were accepted this motnitig-., American exporting houses were heavy buyers on the Winnipeg market, and export.sales m vhC"south are .said to be of Ifeavy volume. The Mai|^er Key And 6 Piece Orchestra ^ ^.Gl,T : 3TARL>I| wliere he upeaka, and it Is tor this reason Wesley church hau been secured, though the meeting will be undenominational. The church services for that evening will commence at 7 o'clock, and will dose early in order to allow the-^congregations to hear the. evening address. This particular Sunday is the Field Day of the 'iocal prohibition forces, land nearly all therpulplta in the city will lie occupied at least at one of the serviciSB \fy ministers from other churches -or layip-'to. who- will deal with appropriate subjects, w- ; Clinton NT.'HowSra'opokp here Bev- Bought From Local Jeweler-. The four-piece sterling silver,.'t^a set, with sterling silver tray, and. sil ver cigar case, presented by the Leth-;: bridge.Bar society to, Mr. Justice Ives, was purchsed from'R. A. WrtfUtj the Jeweler. Teachers Help the Belgians ' Public and High jichoolteachitrB throughout the province and other* engaged in educational work; who'Ail-; mire the noble heroism of the-Bel--glans, are busy raising funds for'their reUef.. N. B, Carruthers of Lacdmbe is general treasurer of .the 'fupd. Lethbridge Inspectoi^te, per J, Morr gan, has contributed |1'42 to date^'sof a. fund which has reached I1763.98.''' :� _i -I , " Mr, CdnybeariB Honored : / f , Jan. a2th,vat 8 p.m.>6ha)rp. firal years ago. �p4i1ils 'address arous- good priimb:^iiMi ev j!l^iiid!^Keep your hoiise Heated by using the JP..Pattoii Expaiid-ii^g Gas Burner. / TWb-burner is guaranteed. It, not ifctisfactory to the consumer ftibney will be refunded. It is . the��i|IylbUmer that i^uper-beats . }t6'^>'w^ gas. Those wirtilng to Bee,^tb� merits of ,thls "ibumer, '""'S'^ demonstration^ at ojir, , |(U9P,:ilrhiere one isjnstalled. walker ;and holberton -'^ Co.ld,re:B|00K. The Bentley Company '�The.^^Niitne that Stands for a Square. Dda|.:.i> > WHERE THE CAREFUL HOUSEWIFE CAN PURCHASE WITH SATISFACTION AND ECONOMY. ,H Watch for our Weekly Spe'cials in the Crro-cery Department every;I'rida.y. : Frooh (Lettuce, Celery A Parsley Mustard Pickles, large botOes, Oranges, those:Juicy ones that Regular 3Bc- OKm ^��:: Today .......,^.-:,.:v.. .fc5#U : are good- - ' Kll** From 25c to ;5*UW Sweet Pickles- : GraPe Fruit; Try one before In. sealers ..,..�..>..>,,JWWU breakfast in the mom- Economy here; aawe ithovatal; r ing. 3'for ...i. Cvw er for your preserves: ' CANNED FRUIT THAT TASTES LIKE MOTHER USED TO MAKE .Plums-".'�.�:-'�, /�..� �inj* � Greengages- ' '^OB'ifc--' Per tin ...........lUC 2 for ................'. Pettcheji- - �! Cm QooseborrieB-' Per-tfh JPC 2 for........ (Lawton.Berries:^.. -V OC� '^^^ Olln' 2 for .....v. fcOC Price ................i SUC ARE SORE DELICIOUS FOR DESSERT; : 0 9wJffB and.Burns'Bacon; wo Com- : 1 I'f* Bllc0'this-forVouyas TOU like dt Best value-yet ....... I I'l;,; llke^a cb9P, >r'pound ^^Z^---v-ggj*: swift's and.BuniB' Ham, slio- ^ delicakjy, por bottleV. COC ed to Bultyouv. . QHa Punch Sauce--- oa., Per, poundj^-i^,y.^;.... V an appetizer,;.;...... OUC Canned .J�^'8Tr-.."|.ft^ SourjiKraut-^' 1'Cji Extraordinaryivalue ,,,. J UU Per tin- ......... JOG Bi^i^iSijp^c^^ pe .,,,.,>;. -450 . This I'isJnWioUbtedlyUhe'Bertt. Coffee ;Ofteredj 'A cup jvlth your breakfast'gjveo-that;aatisfjea feeling; you will always have a;' Bmlle i -^an't-help.'-lt � � - ';;."...�� vDon'tr, forget that Tlip Bentley Co^.^have been here for 4'long timeV^ and.have a" reputation for efflol�noy^and goOd sefvipeWhich We Ai'e-alwttys trying to improve. " ''''^''}^'--^;\Rii!^'s{iiV'LL'-'^ 'X-'^y'-'I ^'l^'/.-'^i^^ � �, -: !ji''for,'dur i'ad" of Week-End Specials every Friday-It you''toJooliHhem up, , ^, J-, ;