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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 9, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta ,i!| BmI 0�y Hptel In I LETHB Something to Crow About Dr. Rusk's Chic Food GERMAN OFFICIAL THE WAR ^Berlin, wireless-toi^ London lt05 p. m., Jan. 9. i-'Tfie ;"Gertnan offioial^] statement the wmr office, today says that French forces have �heen repulsed with heavy losses at a point northeast of Soissons and also near Peifches. In-the ArgiMme tie Ciermabs took .1200 prisoners and were otherwise successful, and that neat Pliery they blew up a trench held hy the ] In the,'east the Germans on January TS^itook J 2000 prisoners ina 'seven machine i^uAsl. 1 WILLMHS MAY T^KE NEW POST (,)>� 'MiondojS^^an, .8.-^It is nimoredCfhat : Sfi^LiSVictor ^^auiaiHS;?' fonnerlv^itjoni-' j-i/.fibred iconmiand of a Sntish cavalry S hrigade, and will ,Je*ye the Canadian /rtfpnHngfent'to tjfteMgiip. s DID IT Special, 2 dozetiioi* ;.,.,.....,..........   ----?^,Oy.r --^'^ 10c ''.,'ttt&T&'.......... 30t Florida' grape FRUit Price enfih fcALIFd^NIA LJEMdj^S l^argre slw. i)er dOTe^^^^ V^^^^^^^ FRESH OYSTERS ANDV.CELERy^JUST IN: 8p�clal lowiprlCM on> lot'-if^;^^^^ the atock. Evep-thinj you get hec|.it Guaranti^jd^^ptt CUM.  ' dffice: a Phone 127.1 high-class groceries Store: Phtne 525 WEATHEK aim. 26 12 .04 20 ' 24 0 4 - 4 29 .10 your cnuiwv $4.00 Dr. ichsl Clark The eloquent and able Member af Parliament for Bed Deer |!^H deliTer a patri- fotic address on imt War" in the iuditorium OF THE pENTRAL SCHOOL For a time only we will paper eomplete any ordiiv ary alzed room with your choice ef any of .our lSc ' paper* for ...... Qrdinary rooms papered complete with chelea of paper from ........$5.00. Ordinary room* completely pa*' pered with your choice of .2Sc to 35c paffcra. - . For;...:.'.:,. 35c to SOc paper For ......... $6.50 $8.00 Remember, we aWj|y >�>" aelectiofi of p;�peV�;i^,afl!l h^na them, to,.your .>allf ,cp_mpleXP With border* at~the*e unheard of caah prieee^ The J: L SIMONS CO. ; HULL BLOCK. Max. Lethbridge, fair .,. .. 37 lEIdmonton, snow 34 . Calgary fair... .... 34 Medicine Hat, fair... ..3(! Ileglua, clear .. .. .. , 16 ' Moose Jaw, clear .... 30 Winnipeg, clear .. .. 12 Port Arthur, fair.. .. 26 Nelson............ 37..... In Manltoha and some portions of Saskatchewan It has been fine and moderately cold. In Albertrit has been fair and mild with light local.snowfalls in the northern, section..  Foreeatt Wectern Provincetr^rFlne today and on Sunday; not much change in temperature. CITY Akb ]bp[STtoCT Goes to Edmonton T. Martin, who for the past eighteen months, has represented the International Correspondence":- Schools, here, has been promoted to the Eklmon'toa district. He is being ^succeeded here by T. J.-Griffiths. .V..: /;..... . RedCroe* Meeting -A meeting of the'^local committee of the Red.Croas ,wm be held'ln'the Red Cross room in .4*6 Acadia block on Monday afternoon ut 3 o'clock: The business to be considered is the"gues-tion of making a-contribution to'tjie Women's Ambulance- Fund. In order that tlie' amount "required should  be reached.^i^y-i/-. Tal�LiiniW| Ttiird Ave.'lil' COAL OPERATORS IN . ; SESSION AT FERNIE .Femie, B.C., Jan; 8.-(Special.)-^ President-iewlsStockett and Messrs. W. R-McNiell, L; C. :Pitcher Robert Adaiasbn, O. E.S. Whiteside, J. J. Morris. John Brown," W. W. Wain, E. Gheurj^iJ.-^C. Reld; John Kellock and others,.are here ^in attendance at a meeting'of the Western Operators' aa-aociatiop.andaite in'session at the office of the Crow.'* "Nest Pass Coal Co. this'afteraooh/' ""^'  . Nothing I* ilveff, out for publication fnrtherithan that it is a meeting to attend'to regular routine business of the,^as'apci�tio.ii;> -The- bulletin boaro aonounoee today i��t the mines will be idle ;tntilMonda;r morning. Provincial Clilef Inspector of Mines Thomas Gnha�iiB ihere, and. the Cor-oner^s;inqne|it upbn.the death of Eivan Evans will�be fiesumed next" Monday at noon. Oil Promoter E. A- Cunningham of Calgary, who is one ot the leading promoters in south oil fields, is in the city today, stopping at the Alexandra. on Monday for Spokane and Portland, where- 'Mrs. bathrop- will spend i^ihe winter and Mr. LAthrop a. month on business. They will be accompanied � by C. R. Young, formerly .manager of the Merchants Bank, who goe^ to coni-plete several pieces of business' in which he is associated with Mr. Lath-rop., Mrs: Young will visit in Leth bridge untU bis return.  Mr. Liathrop has, had numerous.en-couraglne inquiries' of late regarding' .Southern Alberta whiat laud, due'to the present and prospective prices of farm products. He believes that 'this country has made-such progress In this regard during the past fall as, un der ordinary circumstances, -would require five years.- 'jMr. Lathrop: al ways radiates that confidence and optimism which, alops with what he-has done, has made him^ such a promlneiht figure in the development of tftis country; He is a booster who believes what he says and w hp should kno^w. There is a wealth, of goodnes's in .every Salada ipackage." The, aluminum covering seals tight and perfectly?preserves the natural charm of the firesh young leaves. ' ( I Phone 555 Try a Sack Then You 11 Know Jill It Will Relieve Your Cougrli ' OR MONEY-BACK , '* �JYou don't risk .i*' cent. "You-^n't take thb ,sliE[]^teet ^chance Wouiiid special benefit* have been imparted and received. Last night at the.iFlret Baptist church, Rev; j; B; Francis,, pastor of Westminster Meth. odistvchurcb, and Mr. J. D. Higinboth-am : diacoui-sed on "The Missionary Eteternriseni treated his subject, "Mind." In...jtversr," Illuminative 'riianner, despite the .fact of Its unlimited scope. The thou'ghtf Sunday nlgfat will be the second ..... 7,000,000 Total Assets Over...........�i 82,000,000^ Head Offlce-Toronto ' , P. HOWLAND, President. : : ELIAS ROOKR*. Vlce^Pretident. SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT nepoBith of'$1-00'Md upwards reoeived and interest aUow�5 fro� . ~ date of deposit. i^ETHBRIOOevBRANCH;.......... ...W- R- 8EATLB, Mtnager 8AT0Rf>AY'S GRAIN PRK Winnipeg;^ Jan. 9. - Opening TELEPHONE NO. 322 1.32 1.36* 1.37 1.38i 1.38 PRICES ) at 8 O'clock Mayor Hardie will preside' jlTKere will he a pro^ ^rum of. music of a .s^atriotic, hature. ; Or.qiark i* one of Ithe beat In-k^prmed men In the country on -^>~onJ,�ij: problem*. He I* a deep "'j,'|)ff�i3r� .1 and hi* �, a ...... >^B^dti�6r------ OatF- No. 10. W................. .Ba.rley-^ N(J( '3 ..................., Flax-.,., No". IN. W. C........... CHICAGO CITY ANDDISTMGT MagritSi.yjalto'r" '  George W. Heathershaw of Magnsith is in the city jto^QX^'on business, and reports:' the-:outlook, in- that district brigHt. � � > - I . � ......� . : V Mr.>8tpvefl*,ln,8outh W. F. Stevens s^of^tEMmontot), pro-vincia'I'Hyeitdblc,;co9itiiljiflioiier. passed through the city^la8t*-nightj.i>n his way to Stlrlin|,.and'Other points louth. Taber Mlitepwner-;''; B. K.Bullook of .TSaber is in the city today.; Mr. .Bullocki ihopes that something wiU:*fpholce killing wethers, C; idittorew(ii,tS%; choice fat lambs; 6%. |r. Hogg-^Select,-160 to 260 pounds, 5 rf "Jolri* Neyir Firm R. .H. "Bobby'' Davfes,: one of the most popular travellers , out of Leth-bridge,, who has been, connected with Plunkett & Savage; for a numbe/ of years, has severed , his connection with that firm, and is now travelling I for the J. Ob. Nichols Co:, lUd;, 'of Toronto, handling calendare-and advertising speclaTties. He .-ifrl'Jl laiake Toronto his headquarters, and expects to cover southern , Manitoba, Saskatche-'j wan and; A.lberta, mining Lethbridge i ^at least once In a while.,. In (Mr. Dav-.j lies' �depar.ture; Tropi'sthe city, Leth-1 bridge loses not, only b^e' cf its most valuable ^boosters,, but a society adjunct as. well. ; . '  ' And keep joiu? hous^ heated by usliig iite J. P. Patton Expanding Gas Burner. This burner 18' gitatwiteed. If not satisfactory j�b.the- man can . produce. ^ �  v'. People drink it for^lts appeal-^ Ing flavor, tor the ^refrgshment: that It-, affords, and . fcT.i','the-health that it gives; for^aV' berta'a Pride Beer. lB,beitefkolal In a variety of aIlnie;it�>?'i.Any good doctor will tell you.that? <�. . 'Lethbridge; Beer t* a- pleasiosi ;bi9verage,;it is a'food ap]}etl2er ' and it ia-fine |or the -ditfeation.' ' ... Try a caae of It at home,",' ;