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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 11, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta Something to Crow About Dr. Rusk's Chic � � i � Food MACLEOD ODDFELLOWS HAD PROSPEROUS YEAR m ; Maoledd, Alta.,'Jan.- U:-The U'eek-iy meeting of the Macleod QddfeHoTirs took place at the Oddfellows hall on Thursday evening last, -ivlieii.the following officers were duly Installed "by BD.G.M. James Murray, assisted by members ot the lodge: 'N.^., Thomas Milbum; V.G.. George McAllister; Rec. Sec, James Rothney. Fin: Sec, James (Murray; treasurer, Wesley �Shields; R-S-N-C-H. .C. A. Stewart; X..S:N.G., Dr. Weston; R.S.V.G., Wallace Stewart; L.S.V.6., J. V. Batche-Jor; chaplain, W. G. Andrews; warden, \H. Rowan; conductor, James Rogers; ^S.S., Darld Dolph and E. J. Adderley; inner-guard; D. Carse; outer suard. George Spirit; .representatives to Grand;v Lodge, James Murray and W. nouifiliing Itf the pro>4nce; and ;durliigrt]^eT'p�?t year the membership ;.;!haS'.shown, a most' satisfactoTy. increase. \* " " ^' ...t.i*i�i,.�i.r.),, i.,.;.t.wL.;.;.v. - FLORIDA GRAPE FRUIT Trice each ...v..........^ 10c CALIFORNIA LEMONS FRESH oySTERS AND CELERY JUST IN. Special low prices on � lot of lines of goods to reduce the stock. Everything you get here is Guaranteed First Claaa. . Office: THE GOOD GO. store: Phone 1271 ________-1-______Phtne 525 HIGH-CLASS GROCERIES WEATHER Lethbridge, cloudy Max. Min. 36 21 22 12 Si 20 34 22 29 23 26 6 20 - 4 20 C Calstary, clear.. ,. Jledlclne Hat, fair Regina, clear..... Moose Jaw, clear.. Prince Albert, clear Winnipeg, dear ..... . The weather throughout the prairie provinces has been fair and comparatively mild. Forecast Western Provinces-Fair, and comparatively mild today and pn Tuesday. CITY AND DISTRICT Jail Ice Supply The jail .has finished putting up loO tons of Ice for summer, use. The sup-Iply was cut off the jail lake, and farmers of the district may now make arrangements for the cutting and load-ing of a supply by' calling on the bursar at his office at the iail. THE Dr. Michiel Clark The eloquent and able IHember of Parliament for Red Deer will deliver a patriotic address on "Tlie War" in the Mtorium OF THE CENTRAL. SCHOOL $6s50 For �Ordinary rooms completely papered with your choice of 25c to 35c papers ~ For........ ..... Remember, we supply yoiir selection - of papsra 'and hamg them to your, walls complete With borders .at these unheard of cash prices. The J. E. SIMOIIS CD. HULL BLOCK. j. MARKETS MONDAY'S GRAIN PRICES Winnipeg, Jan. 11. - Openimg and closing prices on the grain exchanges today were; �Wheat-Jan. ___.............. ... May ..................... July ............................- WINNIPEG 'CASH PRICES WTitat- > No. 1 Nor. ,................. No. 2 Nor.................. No. 3 Nor. Oats-^No. 2 C; W. ...... Batley-^No. 3 Fias-No. 1 N. W. C... CHICAGO May .....%,.....V.......... July............................. MINNEAPOLIS May........................... 1.34:i July .:......................... 1.341 � ; at 8 o'clock  Mayer Hardle will preside Tliere will be a/]pro-gram of music of a patriotic, nature. vOr.vCjIa.rlc of the best in the country on wor)d:,prpblem�: He is a deep itudent ''of .affairs and his address is sure to be one* of the inmost -.helpful' and interesting Tever .'heard' in the the :;f'ubject which occupies the pub-'llo'mind. ' A. edllection will" be sfcajMpn up fof tbe Bel-.'gian Belief Pund. Arc Light at Lake John McQueen, -who is operating a first-class refreshment stand at Henderson - Lake for th� convenience of skaters, apjftled to . the city .council this morning for an arc light ^directly in front of the pavilion. .The request was granted on these terms: That he pay thc cost; JIO.OO,, and that the poles and wires used "remain the property of the city. / Two Burglarie�;Last fiiijht , Two burglaries were reported to the police tills morning, as having occurred last night. The Jas. S. Rose store on Third avenue was entered by the roof, but nothing was taken, so far as Mr. Hose could determine. ? The Prank Hedley drug store ottJPiith street was entered by a rear windqw, and the cash register was relieved of Its burden of $15. As'no articles i&n-tiflable irere taken, the poHcft- have no clues as to the perpetrator. Ex-Mayor Oalbraith, Red Deei-, Here Bx-Mayor Galbraitli of Red Deer, proprietor ot the Red-Deer: Advocate, has been a visitor in tb�city for the past fe^w days, with, his brother. Dr. Galbraith. Mr. Galhralth visited the council chamber this morning;, knd witnessed the famous Lethbridgie commission in action. He Is'a Believer in the commission form of gbveniiniBnt, I and helped to estfcbilsh a modified commission government in Red Deer, where the mayor and city clerk form the commission. Mr. Galbraith returned to Red Deer-thls atternoon.' . I.O.O.F. Instal Officers At the regular meeting of/Lethbridge 'Encampment. No. .7, ;';XO,0'.P., held on. January T, the-follpwihg officers were installed bv J. R. Bernard, D.D.G.P.: J. Brodie, C.P.; H. Sicinner, H.P.; A. B. Pipes, S.\V.;S.H: Smith, J.W.: E. CoveU, R.S.; C. .LowtherrF.S. and F.; W. B. Burnett, I.S.; H. Ros-ein, O.S.; H. S. White, G.; A. E, Du-pen, F.W.; E. Theobald, S.W.; W. S. BiBsett, F.W.; Wm; Hardie, F.W.; R. B. Morden, F.G.F.; B. H. iMott,\S.G.Fv I.CS. Manager Promoted Mr. Thos. Martin, manager for the I.CS. in Southern Alberta, leaves tomorrow to take up his ney'duties iii the Edmonton branch. Mr. Martin, has made a great success since he has been In this territory, having enrolled a large number of students, who , TF - I- .  ^ , ^'are certainly making a success ot the ti^/nn '"^i"!^ different trades and professions : as $15,000 extra expenditux* has been taught by the school. As a citizen Mr. hoisted on the commissioners for jjanin did the best that was-in him 1S15, and tliat all they could do was in boosting for Lethbridge, and he vas to take tlieir medjcme. This will always at the command of his atud-Imean^nearly one mill in the rate. ents, both intellectually and financial-It has been .ound absolutely neces- ly, and his many friends.'wish Wm suc-'^7.''*'J^^^nrT'^.*'H,"'^ "^^^^^^ srant, cees in his promotiia, and feel that making JIO.OOO m all. ,-^hat is our loss is Edmonton's gain. The hospital asks an extra $2,000' Can Yqu Count The Hairs 0� Your Head It-is said that, tlie hairs of four head are numbered, but if they are gettinfe^so few that you can count them, you should do' something to-prevent a further shortage. Falling hair.-indicates that' there is not sufficient nourislv ^ ment at the: Toots. The hair butbs need stimulating and feed- Nyal's Hirsiitolie will provide the needed nourish-" ment. It wlU destroy germs, which may be working at the roots of tlie hair. It will also rid your scalp of dandruff. 50c AND fl.OOPER BOTTLE. 1 The Red (^ross Drag & Book Co., Limitea Phone 555 Third Ave. S. Open Close 1.29i 1.37i 1.34| 1.38 1.35i 1.29i 1.26i l-22i-55* 69 1.49 1.371 1.23i i.34t 1.21i- i.aoi 11301 Its Balk i BETTER Than Its Bitei That Is, If It Is Cherry Bark Contained in . RexdU Cfi^VyBark Cough^Syrap IT RELIEVES PROMPTLY THE MOST TROUBLESOME COUCH Liberal Size Bottle for 26c. Large Sizes atiSOc and fi.OO. J.B.Higinbotl|8iR&Co.Ltl The Iblflatt Stoni HAD BUSY lEK UP MACLEOD WAY \Macleod, Jani; 11.-Aftit repeated meetings during the w�ck ' the new council completed its retrenchment policy on Friday evenittg, t)he follow-lag being the net results otthe deliberations : �'The reduction of current expenditure from $37,400 to $16,737, (excluding the water and Light Department); Salary of Secretary-Treasurer E. Forster  Brown reduced from $141 per month to $125. ^ j Salary* of Assistant Secretary Treasurer Mrs. Faicweather reduced from $76 to $65.per month. Salary of Enhineer Altham reduced from $2700 to $3106 per annum.- Salary of Chief of Police" Lawson reduced from $1200 to $1080 per annum. � ' � Salary of Constable Cameron from $80 to $75 per month. . Salary of medical officer reduced from:'$300 to $100.per annum. Sup'f. R, J. Follis let out with a month's notice. One team and teamster dispensed with. Salaries of two other teamsters cut from $75 to $60 per month. No city .solicitor appointed. � The reduction of salaries will date fCO�n January 1, last, and it ,iB also probaWe i-+hat' the monthly grant to tlie hospital will'be considerably reduced, and in fact" every kind of 'expenditure has been cut. ,%::'~~^-~--^-r~-'-~. ' MACLEOD MASONS IN8TAL OFFICERS 'f Try a Sack TkeD You'll Know When when yoo tire caailri Mid MfTca'are excitable, yon'; need neiUieiiial food-not 'dmn M stlmnlaiitB^ SCOTT'S EUVlSlOV U rich in food > Tahie; It snpplica the err elementa to enllTen thCiblood; restore.atrencth tiad'thecourage of health. TELEPHONE NO, 322 Maqleod, Alta., Jan. 11.-The following,officers ot the Alberta Lodge, No. 3 ,A.F. fcA.M., have heen duly installed for the forthcoming; year: W.M., C. W. Stevens; LP.M., B. Doberer; S.W., A. G. Fi-eeman; J.W., F. Morris; chaplain.. Robert Patterson, M.L.A.; treas., Artlinri Young; secretary, Wi Root; S.D., .Tainea W. Moreash; J.D., David J..Q, Evana; S.S., J. "W. Jackson; J.S., a. F. Beei-e; J.G., R. iB. Patterson; tyler, T. H. Milbum. The installation was performed by Rt. Wor. Bro. D. L, Murlson, assisted ' Rt. Wor. Bro. C. AV. E. Gardiner, .. Wor. Bro. J. S. 'Lambert and W. Bros. H. F. Barker, A. >D. Ferguson and S: O. Lawson. SAGE TEA 1)^M)Y TO 01I5EEN HAIR Look year* .'younger!, Uae the old-time. Saga Tea'and Sulphur and inobody yi^i|l know. . . You can turn; g^y^/iaded hair beautifully darlc. and Iji'stwus almost over night If "^ou'ii'get a Bb^crot bottle ot "Wyeth'B Sage' and .f Sulphur ;. Compound" at- anyjdnig slo're.f Milllona of bottles of ;tiilaiald, famous' Sage Tea Recipe are sold; annually, says a welt known druggist here,'because it darkens the �/hair so naturally and evenly that no one can teirjt has been ap-�plied..' ^���':>^ .' , Those who'ee-hair Is turning gray, becoming faded, dry, acraggly and thin have,?a surprise.awaiting them, because after one or two applications the gray hair vanJsheB and, your locks become .luxuriantly dark and beautiful-all-dandruff goes, scalp itching and falling ;halrstaiss. This is the age of youth. Grayr haired, unnattractive folks aren't wanted around; so get busy with Wy-eth's ��4fee-.ana * Siilphtir;.tonight and you'll (be delimited with your dark, handsome hair and-your youOiful appearance .within a few days. Sold by J. D. HIglnbotham A .Co;, Limited. While in a. drink-crazod delirium, Robert Fryeir, of Toronto, hanged himself in a police station cell. Have 'McLaughlin-Buiek, Agency "Virtue'Bros.,'owners of the Ford Garage, -liave. taken : the agency for the MciLaughlih-Bulck, which has proved a very popular seller. This firm sold a'larger number of Fords last Bea8on,\and are looking forward to. good business in, 1915. ; RAISE ESliAlES this year, making on their grant $*,000 -in all. And the ISxhibition Board Police Court At police court this morning, a local And the I^xlnbition Board is �P automobile agent was warned against against It to the tune ol about $4500 operating a livery without a license, m old debts which tie city will Wvc ^ that th& defendant took a to assume, 'rius is $2,000 more than party for a joy ride, but that he did the usual exhrbition grant. not receive payment for it, so the Tliese additional items will be care- case was dismiBSed with a warning. fully considered by the Citizens ' � -------- - � ------ Committee appwivted to check the es- timates. The mayor says that financial troubles are not too much worry, con- A young emp-.oyee of the Ellison mill pleaded guilty to a charge of stealing a sack oi flour, and was let i off on suspended sentence. The lad j took the Hour and according to his paid uaxcs IS a ""O"-'! "cou auu rBceiving Bioieii propeiij, out as me tlx VVOh'lihilHy \Mat satne sch^mt \\\\\\ ori\y evidence against him was that have to be found-to compel payment of the convicted boy, the charge was at tax arrears is ohe of his greatest dismissed. John K. Palmer appear-troubles.  ed for the latter. ST. HILDA NEWS St Kllda, Alta.;vJan. 5.--The New' Tear brought fine weather, with bright .sunshine .and warmth.: The snow has been gradually disappearing under the rays of the sup; . Mr. and Mrs. Richard Rose, Mr. and Mrs. Theodore; Poole, Andy Mc-Lachlin and John i^Tarriffe werq the guest's of Mr. and_fM'fs. John McTag-gart on New Year's afternoon and evening. �-v.- A . R. Moore has-been drawing hay from his farm the past week, and reports the roads iu.bad condition,ion account of the deep-snow in the low places. . '.'. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Rbscoe have been spending the/holidays in California. The machinery at the oil well is running every day. as regularly as the clock. i Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Poole were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Aske on Thursciay evening., A forecast of the improvements of the year 1915 out at St Kilda and Knappen: The Grand Trunk Pacific 'will be running into St.' Kilda on regular time? ':� ; The electric line between Knapperi and St. Kilda will be in full operation gn its new .double,tffl^cks, for ,the,bi&peT. fit of Arthur Glider? � ' -': The new air line between John Mo-Taggart's store arid'the picnic grounds on West Butte will beicompleted, and the cable ' cars will be running on schedule time? .., Americana Wanted' The American-Canadian association' desires a full turn-out tomorrow night to the meeting in the Board of Trade rooms, 'when arran^s^ments tor the coming concert in aid of charitable work will .be'discussed^: , JOIN THE RED CROSS SOCIETY Vou can help the Red Cross society by becoming a member. The fee is small, only $2 per annum tor active members'and $i per annum for nssoclato members. Sign the form below, put in an envelope, and mail It or take it to Hugh Donnan, honorary spcretary, Stferlock Building or W. B. Senile, treasurer. Imperial Bank or John Torrance, The Herald., � COUPON -. Please ehroU my name as aotltve (or associate) member of the Lethbrldge.BedCrpBB Society, for which I enclose my fee, of},*../,..... . � ' ^ Name .......... ,5 �� ' Address^ ., 8845 ;