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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 15, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta LETHB TAYLOR MAID Shrewd iKoUsek^epers Keep Fbllpwiiij^i^ . . ,v Keal Ecoiio SOME wetR-- END' SPECIALSl TJiEWAR DID IT $4.00 : ?For tjajilimited time; only, we will paper complete any .ordinary Ized room with your Vshoice frof any of our 16c ppaperi. for Ordinary room* papered com-Ijt^plCte with choice iof paper from ......$5,00 e| i i^rdinary rooms, completely pa-*pe�!ed :;with your choice of 25c '^rfcr......$6.60 ,�J5c'to; 50c papsr-  � $8.f)Q '4'^B^jSnoniber, we^ supply your jf^'s.electipn- of papers' and hang I'th^f" to your.walls complete r '-Mth borders at these unheard tCash pricesi ....... .....-........... -'^ r Protest the Election jT^ewGarmanga.y Sun V understands lat ilr. Alec,l!*aser, who j�aa d'efeat-" ciitar^Qie office of ( 5'- of the 'Rural Mtmidpallty of ;utile Bow-^at.tlie recent election Is ^ ^rotestfng ffle-eleeUon-of-his-^uccesB-If'-ttil opponent. Mr. Dayii ScOtt> ;. Keul Economy i.^ sifoAvii by �oing:gfov/S ; . . _____  :, ' Peaches and GreettGkgesiiJiiJeciaieacft^^^ TVniKISH KlGS-ln^gloVo. boxes; regularly,, sold ' unA^^iBAKD' PIjUMS^^lni^ at 2 for 25c. Special per box .}.........._6c ^ "^^ fjng .U.f^.:"..........;.Ml!00 ^^ GHIPFIN & SICEL.tiET!S ASPA.RAGTJS,: 3s, round . MAPLiB SVRUP-rHaiiartsealerei BeBler.anplude^v'.*;: tins, regulnr S5c eabh,' special per tin.Vv20c ' sppclal~i>rlbe' ."..f.'.t' ..;;-;v..y..48;e'';^ A CASE OF ASSORTED FRUIT-24 UiisV all In hea^y syrup, -put up in'a^ltary, tins- ^3.95  ^^^^^FREslnm-^oastSeaied.'Solid M iCreamery.fiutt^r, ;J!?ey^^ i^^^ ami Celer.v., ^ __ ' Office. THE GOOD Gc: Store: Pho.el27r HiGH-CL^MGROCEMEk; L 525 WEATHER Lethbridge, fair ...........20-2 .> Edmonton, fair............ 4-16 Medicine Hal, fair ....... 14, 4 .,:.04 Moose Jaw, cloudy 15 .10 Prince Albert, fair ..i... 8 2 ,02 Winnipeg,, cloudy ........... '8 :2 .:03 Calgarv, clear................ 4 ro. 1 N. W." . . CHICAGO \Vheatr- r , May .;7.................V".. 1.43i Julv ............* .. r.35J � MNNBAPOLIS May.....,....... '......... 138J: July ..J. . .....-.,.... 1 38i 1.^9 1,36 1 33 574 7U 1.151 1.45 l;a9-i- 1.39A l:38Jf CITY AND mSTRieT Three PairsV^hiteVGIoves . " Magistrate Elton:. \vas" � handed his third straight pair of'white gloveS at police court this'morning. Gone to .California Earl Owen, forthe past two years a resident of Lethbridge, has gone to Los Angeles, where he will reside in future.,: - . ' ' - C. O.Fi I nstal Officers .V The dO;iPl^ield'&helr,annufU.^^taBtal-^ latlon ot#fiS!iS8^ffi�t^night,*^h^n'itli^-following were.Installed by Past Chief Ranger J. Cufrle of Medicine Hat and High MarsJiaU .Bto. Barnes of Court Edward,'CalgAry: P,G.R., O. T^Iatson; C.R.. A. G. Kinnear; V.C.R,. D.Hay-ter;'..chaplaln,'James Moodie; F.S., 'A.. Neldlg; H.S., G. S.;NobbB; S. W, A. J. Shirw; J.W., F. Galbraith; �.B., J. Fid^ des;-;JB.; D. Wilson; Conductor, J. I*. .Un'sworth.l After, the installation, a suppei" was given, followed by addresses by the officers on the progress of the' order, whose surplus is g6lng:^ latupday-Monday Specials .-".r;, Get 'busy..and save-ailittle money on your Grocery Bill this i-weefc 'Come here'or phone and take advantage-of lOur low-Cash 'prices. "We; guarantee.ypu perfect satisfaction with, the quality bt\our goods. The itemc taken at random will convince you. * �i ^" - Orders Called; For and Delivered Same Day. iitSr-EVAPORATED. FRUIT iEvap. Peaohes, 2 lbs for. ...25c WASHING IVIONDAY vEvap. Prunes, 1 �. 2 lbs for....25c ' �}Tap. Alpples, 2 lbs for. ...25c : Byap. Eears;;2 lbs for....... 35c i'Bmperor Grapes, 2Ibsfor..36c : granges,:.dozeD'...20,,30 and:40c ' ;Di^ieB,?S is-packets for....... ,35c Canned;Goni. Peas and Beans; ,::>;3^tins -for .......\.36c |!|J|l;>Toma^esj-iMg^ 2 for. .25e , fc. Rosa ;of the. First Baptist church Will preach the si^rmon. ��*'New'.memh6rs .will > be received. , .:,;..>- V- ' A'Correctfon ^ In, the list of delegates to the Liberal convedtioi^, reported m yesterday's paper, th*e name of .T.H.-Walker appeared: as coming from Foremost and A:- L.. Hoer : from Highfield. Mr. Hoer Is president of.the,Liberal association at, Foremost, and Mr, Walker was the delegate from" Highfield. At Lethbridge in February h. S. Manzer, of Medicine Hat, has been appointed by P.' Bums,: chief commissioner for remounts for the west, to be the purchasing ^gent for southern Alberta. He is assisted by Dr. R. Blythe of Medicine Hat, as vet-ennary-surgeon. Already-good .meetings-have been held at Medicine Hat on the nth and 12th inst., and the following are the dates and places booked ahead: Irvine, January 18; Walsh, January 19; Carlstadt, � January 21; Brooks,' Japuary 22; Cowley, February 1; Plncher Creek, Februarj' 2-3; Macleod, February 4, Lethbridge, February 5. Captain J. J; Fry, G.V.C., as sistant commissioner for remounts, wVjI:: also attend the sales in the Pinch-er. Creek district. , ! .Mr. Hunt Is- Reeve At the first meeting of the Rural Municipality of-Little Bow, held:, at Baronsr O. J. ^Hunt, councillor of Division No. r, was appointed reeve. After the new councillors were sworn in, the first matter to -come up was, the appointment of a. secretary-treasurer and assessor. On-a vote being-taken a tie resulted, .|i..F. Wilson of Carman-gay and Mr. IJee of Barons each hav--Ing tliree votes..- ;In order to decide the question ,a 'coin, was flipped and Mr. Wilson ..was declared the winner. The headtjuarters-of the municipality Air excellent to{ii^*lor children and'aged persons; fqr it contains all the virtues and none of the 1 disagreeable propeHics of Cod Miiyer Oll:v .. : , - ' There is nothing, better for tliose who do not properly assimilate their food' than Nyal'e Codif Liver ComiKiund. It in creases appetile.^^ds digestion; and^ibuildB ibodily tissues, giving healOi and strength, to ward off disTOse.  " ione S55 m . The^Anuieiht.Order of Foresters are holdingj a; grand: anniversary ball in the K;P*"HBn tonight, celebrating theiif 20th yiar In Lethbridge. A meeting of the Fiour^ and Cereal Mill .-Bmployees: Union, Local .No. 14039.cwill -be hcfld; in the Lajjor Hall tonlgljt! at 8 o'clock sharp. Matters Iof vital iimportance are to be discussed, and'a full attendance of members is requested.' v CITY ASJy DISTRICT iBank .Clearings Bank clearings' this -week totalled $334,613:74, as against t450,24G.OO for (�he corresponding week last,year. T. D. Kevin's New Job . T. D. Kevin, for years superintendent of operation'of the old A.R. & I;, has taken a position on the staff of the local customs office. Try a Saclc Then You'll Know : .:The Fund Grows . The Patriotic ; Fund acknowledges with' thanks a donation' of $30.1^ from the Experimental Farm staff for December, 1914. > ' -. : ' ; Sti'UiftW Oil'at iieivltt * A reiport froM, Cafdston: states tliat J. L.. Lyndp, ;wen driller, while drilling for water^at-Leaylttielghtmiles from CardBton/strucTc'a-quantity of oil at a depth'of 70 feet ^ Joins'Mounted^RiflesA^ J, Jellett, wlio: was iormerly^oi^ Bank,of Montreal s,ta^Vat Raymond, and who later was a member of-t&e Gas Co.'s-staff here,, has;l:joined^'the Alberta Mounted Rifles,- ahd Is: en-camped at Calgary. : Jellett has: - a large circle of friends here, Andi-was always an enthusiastic horseman. - 'He Was a-trifle defiplent Ifti height, :hut was allowed in on account of his en5> thusiasm. ROUGH c VELVA GREASEUESS-You may draw your-gloves on imgieSlately after using. Delightfully" perfumed. 25 aiid^bc .'A sample for the asking J.D.Higiflliothar&Co.Ltii:: The 3fe3iaf(V�pr� -: Charge Outside! Pupils ' :!At. theiflrst .meeting of the Carman: ffajr :B cents S ,month,ir.the amouAt' aHowediby,:.the sbhool"ordinance^.iiTThts will, amouat: to it the- neighborhood of |100 a year. ' "Master Key" Album - Any ladyjWishing' an ait stamp photo album of ".The Master Key," the greatest of::alliserial9�(!whietti;is.heing offered as one of the- Jieadllners at Starland;. tonight, can secure one by i-sending,^ name and :address to Manager fof Starland: ' The act Btamps of- the third' instalment will -he presented to the ladies' tonight. p.. , Inter-School Debate Tonight  This evening, in'the Central school auditorium, the debating teams: of Maoleo'd and Liethbndge-meet" on the subject of Consolidated schools. Misses Gardner and Clarke of Macleod debate against Misses Dunham and Mc-Phee of' Lethbridge. A musical programme has been arranged, and all are cordially invited to attend. The programme will start at sharp. eVer;ift)ticeme brand of goods that you buy,? Some brandb^'of. Canned-Goods have more flavor, ne'ater. appearance, and : put Uj) in|he mo^t sanitary way possible. This shpWB to the buying, - publlfc'th'ati-greaticaVe has been shown in^the canning-ot the- pror. � ducts.; - The generaljpublic cannot be too careful in biiylng Canned Goods; Tlie�Bentley Go. can fill your orders, Mrs. Hoiisewlfe, with ;- Cauned-Goods that, are Reliable and of the-choicest'-varieties only,' and thei-e isnordknger of having cheapef brands s'ulbstltutedi! :Give : TbeiBentley Co. a;trial. �' .��-.: i'-.-:, *">^e-itationelj3>tDay be had from S^'TR Hooker, A.ifAniDld pi. T, ~H, B-leet-wood. "^MclO'ftir%*bf-4'-}0 K'a panjpns n^SfeiiSv'lni!'' Pork and Beans, Helntz; large,-tin .... Dill Pickles ' , � Per dozen ,.:..... �Kidney Beans v Price....... .... 50c 35c, 35c 50c 40c 25c 25c 20c 25c 15c �A -special in Christies' Bls-cuit?, Kecepti6n Wafers Per pound .. OvW Graham Water- Biscuits, -per pound \n - -.: 30c Chicken Soup Large tins . .i, Fish Balls, pure white' meat, per- tin .. i Flaked Fish, *' � yery.good ...-.......-. :\ 15c 25c 20c : Hartley's: .Bran^.'-^the ...we'll known J am makers: - 'Raspberry, Stra-w-berry and Black . Qg* ^ �Currant, per Jar j. j>COC - Stagg's Marmalade Per Jar Kippered Herring Per tin ......:. .�. 25c i5c McCormaok's .TamSi Raspberry' and Strawberry, Puire' .'^B^ . jam, 5 pounds for-. NiOC: iJrund' Salmon. T. P. 2 for 25c 50c 10(B A new shipment from: the well :known makers of:the" famous biscuits,' McVittie:.& Price; -sev era! varieties to choose Afif^ from, per pound .. lUC Equal Eggi 'put Up .in tins; price 25cvand'.::t.: (This is an article t^hat the economist, housekeeper should get in' touch with; - small tins - equal to 24 eggs.) ' , . . Cam efac". Poultiy : Food,, per. pkt 25c and.. Mayer's: Poultry t'ood Per Packet ."...Y.;.,,. (Feed your hens right. ;To- g^t .returns get- a . packet � of Garhe-  fac lyiod.- , �:  v How is your stove: .looking? Sultana Stove - and: Zie-: ;bra Polish, 3 'cans for.. Fairtiank's, Tar Soafe^ bar ..........:... 50c 25c 10c 25c � Viniola^ Castile. Soap,-Large bard .:..,. Special in -thia adv;, look-:- Limburger Cheese, Swiss Cream, Cheese,\ McLaren's :Cheese.;S.; ^' Did you'ever try:''Breakfast : Special? Made in Lethbrfilge." Give it a trial- i'CM Per package .�;-.,....:;. I WW Watch For Our Advt. Every. Friday betook themselves to the gym, for a I period of games, in charge of William j Frame, who has charge of this de-: partment of the work, After enjoying a work-out, the 'group went next to j the swlmining pool, where they were^ permitted-,to stay for half an hour's Jun. : To "complete matters they finally. trcope,d into the ;kitchen, where three juvenile chefs carved sahd--wlchesiand dished hoi cocoa. All had a profitable evening, ,and went home satiBfie'd'^'ith the new, programme:fpr' 'thc::3vjpt6i'/ Every:^^oy should attejifl 'these nights at^the "X". Comelto the office utid''give In.ypur name arfd ad-,._ Beritley & Co., Ui J" Phone 734 ' � 1 J'- Ei ;