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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 12, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta . kwl 11.25 a Day Hotel In I Tree Ripened, Hand Pf^cked Canned FruiCin Heavy Syrup in Sanitary Tin�^ ^ . -  Peoule that have^used thfesesftytUey are-as good as tlielr own  home canning, while the'cost Is  consWcralblr less. UAVelmve those hi assorted cases containing 24 tins, 3-each of the following: Rfed or Bliick Raspberries. StriiAvterrles, CraSvford Penfches, Bartiett PeoijB,; Green Gage 'Plums, Lombard Phinis, Red, Black or-AVhfte Pitted Gherrlos and'Red or Black Currants. h - ; - ,' : s'.v,,, j . Extra low price lor a short time;'Per Case...................$3.95 Canyon beat ifcl Office: THE GOOD CO. Store: Phone1271 HIGH-CLASS GROCERI^ Phone 525 G. B. ISSUES HIS FimORDERIN Montreal, Que,, Jan. 11.-Announcement of appointment of a successor to Geo., S. Cantlle', as general: superintendent of car serrice, is made in the first circular issued by .Vice-President George Butt, since assuming his new duties in Montreal. The circular reads!: , , '".4rthur Hatton is appointed general Bufierint�idenf of vst sen-ice, with ; off ices at 3Ipntreal,-in place of George Cantlie, ;whp,,at his own reqnest, has been"grantedtleare of absence'for an exteiided^^^riod, in order that he may take Hioininand of ftfe-' Montreal unit to h^foi^nlzed for-aerTice iwitb't Uie ;tbird|cont!ngent of the Canadian Ex-|ieditionarr force." ' ' r THE Dr. MictiaBl Clark The eloquent and able Member of Parliament lor Red Deer vdll deliver a patriotic address on "TliB.War" in tliE luditDrimn WESLEY CHURCH THE WAR DID IT For a limited time only" we will paper complete any ordinary sized room with your choice of any of our 15c OA papers for .........^�t�UU .Ordinary rooms papered complete .with choice of paper from ;^?!.".^.^.= .......$5.00 �Ordinary rooms completely papered with).your choice of 2Sc tf':.''!''r........$8.50 $8.00 WEATHER Lethbridge, fair .. Edmonton, snow ., Calgarj-, fair .. ,. Jledicine Hat, fair Regina, clear .. .  Winnipeg, cloudy.. Port Arthur, fair.. The weather throughout the prairie provinces has been mostly fair and mild. Forecast Western Province*-iBaaterly to northerly winds, becoming ^ colder; llflht, local snow fall*. Ma-x. Mia. 41 23 . 32 IC 40 IG 38 23, 29 9 22 18 � 31 � 18 � CITY AND DISTRICT May Still Qet Albums Any lady w^ho did not receive a "Master Key" art staap album; may obtain one, stamped up to date, by addressing a postal to the manager. I "Bobby" Burns' Day Soon Plans are being made to commemorate Bobby Burns' day. January 26, by the LiOthbridga Pipe Band. The occasion 'will take place in St. Mary's Hall, North Lethbridge. A banquet, followed by a prografeime and dance, will be the order. , >' 35c to 50c paper For............. Remember, we supply your selection of papers and hang them to your walls tcompiete with borders at 'these unheaM of cash prices. Hie J. E. SIMONS CO, HULL-BLOCK. Austria!; Sets' Surprise ' '' An Austrian miner,. just recently naturalized, was caught by Chief Skel-ton in the act of purchasing ammunition at a local stora The matter was turned over to the1R.N.W.MiP'. authorities, and the Austrian was fined J50 and costs for not turning in his arms, which were cached in his shack. .! ; TUESDAY'S GRAIN PRICES Willnipeg, Jan.JS, - Opening and closing prices, on the grain exchanges today- were : ' ' Wheat-r- Open Close Jan. l.^U 1;33 May .................1 ......... 1.35' 1.37i July 1.87 1.38i ; :WI-VN1PEG GA^SH PJIICES No. 1 ,No.t........i.......... No-'S^Kor....... Ko. 3 Nor............,...... Oats-No. 2 C. W........ Barley-rNo. 3 ........... Flax-No. 1 N. W: e-.::' CHICAGO May........................... 1.36 July ........................ 1.223 MINNEAPOLIS May......... i.ui July i.aij 1.351 L29-J 1.26i-561 70i-1.49i- 1.38J 1.241 1.331 If33-J- Can You Count The Hairs Of Your Head It is said that the hairs of your head] are numbered, but If they are gofiing so few that you can count them, you should do something to prevent a further shortage. Falling hair indicates that there Is not sufficient nourishment at the roots. The hair bulbs need atim'^ating and feeding. ��, : Nyal's Hirsiitone wiU provide the needed nourishment. It will destroy germs, which may be working at the roots of the hair. It will also rid your scalp of dandruff, 50c AND $1.00 PER BOTTLE. The Red Gross Drug & Book Co., Limited THE BULLETIN BOARD Notices for th!a Column ahould reach thla Office before IC o'clock noon en the day of publication The Loyal Order of Moose meet tonight at 8 o'clock. VislUng bi-ethren welcome. Lethbridge Chess club meets at 8 p.m., -at 620 Fourteenth street South (Mr. H. M. Whiddington's residence). A meeting of the Citizens' Ambulance class will be held tonight in .Westminster school at 8 o'cl�ck. A meeting of St. CyBrian'a Vestry iWlU beiheld tonight in the Parish room at; 8 o'clock. All members urgently requested to attend. CITY AND DISTRICT Phone S55 Third Ave.- S. J , ; at 8 o'clocli V 'Mayor Hardle will preside >;' - , . |Dl>ere4.will be a prq-.^ g'ram ?"6f', inusic of a patrip.tifr. nature. ' Or.'Clark.is one of the best In-^ formed q^en In the country on � jwopld" probleftisi He 'la'a deep , 'atudent^ of -affairs and his ad-" idresc >la. aure' to 'be "one^-o^' the' i::qi6st .helpful r and interesting ,^i;ij|j'ever heard in t'He city'.o/j'ithe |:/(B mlnd.'^ ; I Av^feoUection -will be ta|E^i!." np-f or :;tlie Bel � ,^ Beflief-Jund. ^ LOCAL - LIVESTOCK PRICES Furnished by P. Bums & Cc-.: Cattle:-Choice, fat-steers, 5U to 5%; choice fat cows and heifers, 4% to 5V4'. good fat bulla, 314 to 4. Sheep^-^Cholce killing -wethers, 6; ditto, ewes, a\i:: choice fat lambs, 6%. HogST-Select, 150 to 250 pounds, g^i to 5%. Death of Sundial Mall Carrier On Monday mornmg occurred -the death of Isaac N. Hanson of Turin, Alta., at the age of 54 years,-after an illness covering a -period, lasting several weeks. The deceased bad, up to the time of his last illness,-been the mail driver from Lethbridge to Sundial. Deceased is survived by a widow, three daughters, Ma"bel and Callie and Mrs. Thorbin of Sundial, and ^wo sons, Roland and Frank. B. of T. Luncheon Tomorrow Owing to the'absence of President :Mamoch, who goes to Calgary on Thursday, to attend Uie meeting of civic representatives,on the unemployment question, the weekly meeting of the Board of Trade Council, will be held tomorrow, instead of Thursday, at the Lethbridge Hotel at 12.30. Mr. Marnoch requests that every member of the Rural Relations committee especially attend, while it is important that all members of the council as well, be there. � Kroning an Economy Victim , Charles P. Kroning, chief of detectives in Bdmonton, end one-time Lethbridge sleuth, has been sacrificed, on the altar of -economy In. the .capital. Detective Kroning is an old; Lethbridge fixture. He joined the force here many years ago, and for. a time was tire chief. Rejoining the police department,-he remained "here, until a little over a year ago, going-through all the vicissitudes of the force through Chief Gillespie's an'd Cfiief Davis' regimes. He went to Edmonton just previous to the time Chief Davis resigned to become deputy chief there. . Mayor Henry signed his death warrant'on Saturday, when the axe also fell on the heads of Assistant Building Inspector Murray, Detective Broadrlbb and Constable Houghton . . ,0. Mr. Reid yice-President At the eighth annual meeting of the Western Coal Operators' aaaoelalion, held at Fernie, B.C. January 8, the foWowin'g officers -were plpt-ted for the ensuing year: Lewis SlocV.(:tt. president; J. C. Roic), vIce-preEldent: W. F^ McNeill, secrt-tary-treaf.iii-pr. . Executive committee: O. I-:. S .^Yh^les^des, W. R. AVilfion, J. Charbonnier, J. J. Morris, E. G-hetir. MAKE YOUR HENS GET BUSY Dr. Hess' PoidtrpPanacea The greatest. known poultry Tonic and Egg'Producer. A com^ bination of medicinal ingredients similar to:::^r. Hess' Stock' Tonic but especially, prepared for fowls of all kinds and all' ages. It increases digestion- thus increasing egg production -T-more growtS/[brighter plum-. age, shorter bioultlng season, earlier layersfrare. the guaranteed beneBts fdllowing the-'use of Poultry Pan-a-oe-a. The cost-one extra egg pays for a'l the. T^nn-n-cg-a a hen eats for three months. 35c-80c Packages Pailsr-$3.50 J.D.Hptiotiiain&eo.ltii. Try a Sack T|ieD You'll Know THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE bas dtstallxo SAFETY DEPOSIT BOXES. IjODGB yoor Wms, Title Deeds, Mortgages, Insurance PoUcM or othcsr valuables in one of these boxes Joint Inctallation The Oddfellows and Rebeccas are (holding a joint semi-publio installation on Thursday at 8.15 p.m. Oddfellows and their friends cordially invited. Visiting Oddfellows please take notice. ' ( Tabef Mine Manager Here John Howard, general manager of theCanbdai West mines at Taber, is a visitor tin r the city today, on jiia return f*o'm'[Femie, whiere he attended a meeting of the coal operators. Mr, Hpwaild' siys the mines are working-only oiie.�nd two days a week. ; Wol)lj.fricea High This Year Nell Stalker, the Grassy: Lake sheepinan,' is in the city on business. Mr.-Stalker looks for the price of wool to advance very materiaHy over that paid by the'American buyers last fall, when-an average of 17 cents was paid. Last year's, prices were the highest on record )and: were largely due to,th8 re-movaKof the tariff on wool into the United States, practically the whole cUp going to the Boston market. The war haa^imad-e a heavy drag on the visible'Bupsly, and Mr. Stalker thinks the prices should be in a9Cordance. The.winter, he says, has been favorable for:the production of a fine wool of long staple and good quality. . "Back to the Landl" Presid�nt Marnoch of the Board of Trade, asserts that the Herald's an _ nouncement of the Board of Trade's Foremost'^"^We!S''feouth ,:this morning spbenie of ;getting men on .the land -with - a statt of meri- to* spud In the has met with a flood of inquiries, and lit Is a poor day that at least half a - -i wanvmnagM dwoumatios umr to Lethbiidge JSr?nch-R. T. Brymner, Mgr. ' Out on Trip^of Inspection SupLW-allcer'went east today on a trij> of InspedHon, . ' Livestock Business ,o.n-the ,Mend Hatch ^i'liawls; proprietors of the local.stock..-y'ards,'-.are feeding about 400 head. of,hpgs atithe.Falr grounds, and expect, soon-to haveVthls number increased to ll)00. They shipped a carload of mutton . to Vancouver last night. The - livestock business, they say, Is on the-mend. United Ready to Drill - W. H. Blckel-of-thsi Northwest Drilling Co... wlilcb.;':hii'rf �th-6'' contract for sinking' ftiQ V Xl-nltfed � Co?s well ntar CALIFORNIA SHOCKED The 3CS2SS^ '^^'"^ TELEPHONE NO. 322 Look WHo'e Here Some of the visitors in the city today are; James Glenister of Metals, Ltd., tormerly of'Lethbridge, Edmonton; J. T. Heninger, Welling; W. 'A. Burton and A. H. Hoover, Cardston; M. L. Gordon, Warner. . The Men^s Own Mr. George Reed, a well known citizen of Lethbridge, made hl^ maiden dozen do not express their desire to get next to Nature. The Board bas y I had. another offer of a large tract of land, but the best offer so far is that of a tract already In alfalfa, which the owners'will sell for $10U an acre, on longterms. The Rural Relations committee would be glad.to hear from any other land owners desiring to dispose of irrigated land. In alfalfa, on very long and easy'terms. Will Likely Go~To Ottawa It is'Ukely. that Mayor Hardle will be. one of those natoed by the meeting of civic offigials at Calgary on rThurs-day, tp go to Ottawa with the petition that> the .-Dominion government make provision in this year's estimates for the completion or Initiation of pubic works, softhat the unemployment sit^ uation will be relieved in the spring. President' Marnoch, Commissioner Grace and J. O. Jones will also attend the meeting In Calgary, as the city's official delegates. well. Mr.' Bickel personally supervised the drilling of nearly,all the, large WeMs in thS'BoW ttlniid;.gM-;flald, and is 'considered one. otithe.'most capable drilleri:.In tho.-.nrovince. Ho was accbmijanied' by Samuel Slater^] ,Tohn Miirchy and 'iMark Drumm. Boys' Work at the V.M.C.A- "When Mr. Earle Roberts, left the y.M.C.A., it necessitated an entire re- appearance as a public speaker. In oc-adjustment of the. staff.  Like most cupylng the platform at the Men's other organizations, the association is Own Sunday afternoon, the basis of called upon to do unusual things to his address being "Social Equality." meet unusual demands-the times de- Social equality as. an elementary, mand It. In order to overcoma the need -brought about by ;air.: Roberts' departure, Mr. James Thompson, the \ihy-si(:BX director, has assumed; in addition to his other duties, the responsibility of the social lif� of the boys. Plans are now under way? which wi'il give the boys a lively .time during the next three months, -after, which 'the summer luaivlties will set in. The i-Glig1ous -wor'ic of the .boys. Involved in the Tnansle clubs. Is in charge of Mr. WiUiam rranie; who has outlined au; attractive programme for the winter monthsv Tlit l-eaders, in' company with their Kiaclier, v/IU meet at 6 o'clock Wednesday evenings, to have together at the "Y," after Earth Tremors Shake iHoutea In Santa Barbara and Bakerafleld. Santa Barbara, Cal., Jan. 12.-Nine distinct, earthquake shocks, none serious, were felt here last night. . T^he only damage reported was the settling: of a brick building in a nearby, town. The shocks; the heaviest in several years; were feilt for some distance along the coast, . At Bakersfleld Bakersfield- Cel., Jan^ i2.-rAn earthquake from northeast to, - southwest shook Bakersfleld slightly.-last ^ night. The tremor was felt distinctlyi > No damage was done. , Piles Cured In 6 to 14 Days Druggists refund money If P.1vzo OINIVMENT falls to cure Itching, �Blind, Bleeding or Prottuding Piles. First application gives relief. 50c,: : / '"EXTRAORDINARY ATTRACTION ' ^M^irimoiH Feature of Heart Throba and Excitement A BAGB FROM LIFE .ToinoiTOW-Starlaiid : ' More Aid for Settlers. The;Women's Civic club has already done a.great. deal .to.ameliorate con> dltlons among needy settlers throughout Southern Alberta, but have further requests for clothing, and dona tlons -would-be ^adl'y received. Any kind of /Wapm clothing in fairly good conditlpn .would, do. Eight requests s�"P�'^ will-be taken un the., club show that- they are mos'-ipiunge. After enjoying a pleasant swim, with the weather outside spell-ing zero, the refreshments will be served In the auditorium. In a word, the programme is as to'ilows: 6.00- Leaders' supper; lesson hour; gym-naaluni -period; dip in the plunge; D.SO-r-refreshments. Every boy In the city is.Jieartlly Invited -10 attend, these evenings-. of study; play, .swim and "eats." .Parents %re .urged, to �o-op- , Hoadley .ifor Alberta A'. inllltla luemorandum: reiterates the Department's d�ciBi6h that 'horses will" not be purchased from livery bamsorWholeoale dealers. The aina is to purchase-them direct from the Crete form. Capital, wjiich Is the gen. eral foundation of. se^lshness, ought ^T^frare the laws a^^ld down hv for a iPEltimnfp ilB-irfii -wasp Piiuklit-ir -, ,,*'l"*r' '^'^"""'^ COmmiSBionor, c^^a?^l;;^uS=5'^.^S '^s^^^' -''o m Ing pointers in,;the address of the ^ _ - ^ .' .'aV speaker. -That the - qu-estiou of. social .'/^.,,.4.v%� , - ^ - ,r� reform aiid a brfeder aemooraoyils ali^iet. I|,0lir Jbami -.llOine decisive factor, and prominent In tbe.fA,|^*Up r�ji�niHan "Pnnifln minds of men rif the prsent day -wys iirOJIirae V^naaiail I'aClItC are graterul tor the aid. The need is rJiSbt. at our own djors, and the Wo-mea's-^.qlvlc club is doing its best to meet Jt.^ iThe regular; m'e^^ng of the Knights ofiPyttiJas wlU-,jbe 'Iield on Tuesday evewngVfttS?,b',oIock-instead of Wednesday '�9 uanal.fei4^1 ^Jiaejaljers requested "tb attend;. alsovrfsH'ors tWlll be mside'-wiloodie. ^l^.J ftryv?rnl>le; (Mahogany Rocker; Reading Lamp; Smolcer'it ' C!8;bine[t; masBl^^-Bbrtentllng Dining Ta'bla in quarter cut-oali';'set' 6,JDlnlpgiGlialra.tp match; handsome quarter cut oak China Cabinet -. shaped'.froht?' Ottoman Lounge; Sanitary Lounge; Chiffonier In natTifa'l/'jinaliflgafiiyi'iLP^^dy's" Dressing match; solitt Brass Bed :obmi>l9t'Q'. 'Wlth'-'fi-pring .and Hair Mattress; large BeVel Plate  Mlrror;..;Oak;JI>i;eB^er;'-Drophead Sewing Machine; 3 Porch Chttirs; Chlld'8^-.Cot^5(dr^�'Bide);,Books,..Plcturea/ Rugs, Refrigerator;voie '^ i u�uali'Ml*lienf��ul�lteB,;and a large quantity pf PreserVed FrOltB. ^ Jain*'.|�/J^''J^mee... .' ' - - ,- 'OTte^^eale, win. .commence prompyy at 10.30 a.ni.^v^ early ' attendance lB",r6sj)eftfully requeBted, _ , TeRMVfOASli' ""./AUCTIONEER'S OFFICE, 11 STA^FpF^p B^K, <' 13 ;