Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 13, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta
m^tti Windsor 4\ r V TAYLOR MAID THE Dr. Michael Clark the eloquent and al^le Member of Parlia- If^wffl deliver a patri-Dtic address on ^TheWar" in the in DID IT ^ For a Kmited time only we will paper complete any ordinary sized room With your choice of any of .our 15c f%fk- paper, for.........9*i�UU Ordinary rooms papered com-, ptete with, choice of paper from v^^:^^........$5.00 .'^Ordinary room* completely pat-' pcred with your choice of 2Sc ,33c to 60c paper CQ AA People that3aiavc>;,aBed-;the ab t!uilr,ownjs'lioih;e roannlrig, while the cost.la., t-onsSderaaly less., Wfe have these hx assorted cdse^js eontaltiing 2i., :^ ,. .lf$3.�5 TOE GOOD 11 Sta�: Phone 127r^^^^^^^^^^^^ HIGH-CLASS GROCERIES WEATHER Edmonton, tait ..... Medicine Hat, fair Moose Jaw, clear Port Arthur, cloud Calgary, clear ...... Regina, .snow ...... Winnipeb, cloudy .. The -iveather throughout the prairie provinces has been lair aj>d mild-with a lew snow flurries. FORECAST: West�m Provinces - Moderately cold today and onTThurs-: day, local snow Humes. , 39 15 . 2S 8 . , 36 . 30 .: 33 13 r . 36 28 . 34 12 .. 37 9 ".'.".* . 26 16 CITY AND DISTEICT S. O. E. Notice The White Rose degree of the S. O.E. wlM meet tonight at �8 o'cloclc. Special business. AH members are requested to be present. C.O.F. Meeting The regular meeting bt the C'.O.F. will be held in the K.P. hall, Thursday, January 14, at S p.m. InstaJU-tion of officers will be the principal business.- T.and L. C. to Elect Officers There will be a meeting of tue Trades and Labor Council tomorr3.w ! night In the Labor Temple, commenc-jlng at 8 o'clock sharp. All memDers -are' requested � to� attend hs nomina-! tions for officers for the ^ year wlU recel�-sd. -The election will lake Remember, we supply your selection of papers and hang thsm to- yourv^vntlis complete witlrborders at^these unhearii of' cash' prices. The J, [. SIMDHS CD, i place a week from .tomorrow nigUt. .HULL BLOCK. Will Take Prohibition Census The Touag Pocp.'e's. societies of the (different churches are undertaking a canvas of the city. for.the-purpose, df determining tha ^public sentiment - re-' specttng prohibition, beginning von ThBrsday evening, Januaiy 14. ' Oti-| 'that evening the ladies of the W.G.T. I U. are giving ,a supper in the .Knox--church rooms, at which'the canvassers will meet before starting out upon the census. - Approximately fifty , workers will be ^gaged;. a"nd It is ex-: pocted the canvas will occupy about ten days. The supper .is'arranged for e.45. ' CHURCH at 8 o'clock* Mayor Hardie will-preside i/riiere will be a pm-l^gram of music of a %iatriotic nature. "iPr.CIark is one of the best in-. formed men in the country on world problems. He is a deep ^student of affairs and his ad-.'dress is sure to be one of the %nost 'helpful and interesting -jivo'" heard in the city on the saiubject which occupies the pub-i.Jlc imind. collection will be ift-aken up for the Bel-'gian Relief Fund. WEDNESDAY'S GRAIN PRICES Cardston Major Dons HijUnfiorm Assumes War Job DRUGS DcliTered At Y6ur Door Our Free Delivery Service will save you a lot ot steps and �may be of utmost value in cases of emergency. Get the habit of phoning for drug, store goods. PHONE 551 and we'll respond immediately. Small purchases will Ibe delivered as cheerfully as large oneS'. This service Is fre^ and for yoii. Use it. Place our number on your telephone list. The Red Cross Drug & Book ?o.v Limited 1 DIAMBNDCiIYI.O.O.F. Phone 555 Third Ave. S., Winnipeg, Jan. 13. - Opening and "^^^ �" """^ ""'""^ Ct."adi^^ mh^'ZiXd^llih^s". Wheat- Open Close Jan............................ : 1.3H May .......................... 1-38J- 1.39 July............... '. - 1.404 1.40i WINNIPEO CASH PRICES Wheat-r No. 1 Nor. No. 2 MoF........ No. 3 Nor. .......... Oats-No. 3 G; W; Barlev-No. 3 ..... Flax-No. 1 N.'W God Save the King. :Mav July Ma> July > 'Creorge-ijAnson,. -twelve yeSrs .old, fvVas spfjreseiited'with a silver watch i'Sndj Chains in recognition of his brav-'erf'an^eHeclmg the rescue of Miss L. oHi4EgijSj>vliile "skating on NavyrRay, C... CHICJi.GO ..;...... ________ 1.38^ 1 35 MINNEAPOLIS ................... 1.341 ................... 1.34i Cardston, Jan. 13.--Clad ; inV; major's uniform. Major H. B. Brdwh' today sat. in his office and rece'lvoid names for the provisionary list.df the" listments are coming in thick irid fast. No trouble wha^tever � will be experienced m filling the squaaroi;.'1 Drilling will commence as soOii -as. the nev/ khati unjform.s arrive fromi 0ttaw3y Vwhich will;be;-about the^end of the moift'b. One hundred and/Sft'y-.six men-will at that time be infirain-ing iii Cardston, accompanied by- the necessarv lti9 horses which will ' t.e' reo.uired for the squadron. y The business men of f^o town.: as an inducement to have' the-s-fuadron . i tram here, have oslered $150 monthly ifor its upkeep, and the town has ^��^"�! fered free li^ht and water., l*he'men; , ,,,iwill in all probability bunk m tlte 'j-|�|!Woolf hotel. MAKE YOUR HEri'S GET BUSV Pr. Hess' Po|iltry Pfiacea The greatest Itnown poultry Tonic and ProducW. A com-fiination :-or medicinal ingredients similar to Dr; Hess' Stock Tonic, but especially*, prepared for fowls' of all -kinds and all ages. It-iincreases digestion- thus- increasing: -egp; production r-more ^growth, brighter plumage, shorter moulting > season, earlier layers-are,.the guaranteed benefits following the use of Poultry-Pnn-a-ce-a. , The cost-one extra egg pays for all,the Pan-a-ce-a, a hen eats for three months; ^ ' 35c--85c Packages Diaiiidiid City, Jan. 13.r-0n tlie evening of Ml intended,to leave for his home :tbmorro^i Ha is a brother of O. W;-Rowloy, .manager of the Bauk of .Commerce) Winnipeg. - RAYMOND LIBERALS Nk'V^,. Wfi'eATr RECORD Winnipeb;; fc^;'jfim.:S3^^^ refcords" fotVtettt-%ereHtiieated this morniag:,on'',tbe;.graln. mirket during ..the early, .hours, May touching 1.39 J-and JuJy,:;^^malde::'s6tae:; day�;-ai!; Cathedral, Toronto, dead. ', ,. LONSDALE NOT TO DIE Sentence Is Commuted" to Twenty v/j-- Years' Imprisonment Jjpndon, ,Jan, U.-A dispatch to the Exchange Telegraph Co. from Berlin by way.of Amsterdam says that the court: ot appeals has commuted the (leath: si^tence on Private William Lohstlale,- th^ English soldier who was of j court-martlalled for attacking one of is 1 his guards at the Doberltz detention camp,'to'twenty years' imprisonment. Is. favored'With ..Instructions by the owner, J, Jackson, Esq/,, who is leavins the city; to sell by public auction, and without reserve the whole of his Hloh-Clais HQtJSEHOLD FURNITURE ;;' -:-^-:.,:'-^^- , -�, ' -. . ,'�;','s"'-^^%^;>^;':^/; ��;^-,;,-'-Y^'>'v'- ;-v and effeota, including:-Solid Mahogany Occasional ^ Table,; pair of .Mission OaTr Arm Chairs; Inleather; large Fumed Oak Roclter; Mahogany Jardiniere Stand; Mahogany M>usio Bench,*-.Sectional Book Cases, (4 .sections.) In oak; Lady's Oak Writing Desk;'Mission Oak'Library Table;.. Mahogany Rocker; Reading. Lamp; Smoker's Caiblnet; massive Extending Dining Table in'quarterlout oak; .ont 6 Dining Chairs to Watch; handsome quarlercut oak China Cabinet shaped frant;-,-Ottoman. Lounge; Sanitary Lounge; Chiffonier in na^'ural]mahogany;. Lady's DressWg Table to match; solid Brass Bed complete wjtfi S^irlng and Hair Mattress;-largo Bevel Plate .Mirror; Oak-IJresser;. Drophead Sewing Machine;- 3 Porch Chairs; Child's Cpt (drop;side); Books, Pictures, Rugs, Refrigerator; tlie usual kitchen reauisltes, and a large quantity of Preserved Fruits, Jams and Jellies. � , -TJie sale w,iH-commence promptly at 10.30 a.m. and an early .. attendance l^ respectfully requested. - ; TEH1V)S'CASH.,;AUCTI0NEER'8:0FFICE, 11 STAFFORD tlLK. Empress Theatre ' January 18th and 19th.