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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 16, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta 1 4& ^a^i^icr mabc Shrewd Housekeepers Keep Following our Adsi Kesil i:. ^ A CASE OF ASSORTED FRUIT-24 tins. all. In'heavy syrup, put up In sanitary: tins- ^Qg Special per case ............---- ..-. I -�.v..^.-,.-. ..i.i. fresh INr-Coast Sealed, Solid Meat, OystersiMaprnth Creamery Butter, Nsjfv liald Eggs. Bananas and Celerj'- , ^- _' Office: THE GOOD CO. Ph0Bel271 HIGH-CLASS GROCERIES 525 WEATHEB Lcthbndge, fair Medicine Hat, clear AVinnipei, foggy ...... Mo((se Jaw, cloudy f PFor THE m Dibit >For a limited time only we will. paper, complete any. erdin-ary'�ised room with your ehetce of any of our iSc',' fifi papers for ^taUU Ordinary room* papered completer with choice of paper from l^j^toasc..^... MARKETS SATURDAY'S GRAIN PRICES .30 - z : 8 - 4 6 -10 10 - 4 10 3 .03 38 . 0 12 2 .06 e 0 Port Arthur, cloudy Kegma, cloudj'.......... . The weather throughoot the west has been mostly fine and moderately coW. A few local snow flurries have occurred in Saskatchewan., FOKECAST : Western Provinces - Fair and cold. Winnipeg^ Jan. 16; - The bottom ( CITY AND DISTRICT More Aid for Beigiane' , -i ..^^ . , , ^ . "\V. A. Buchanan, M.P.; acknowledg- jfcU ,oUt e*the_ wheat raarket tins ^3 ^,4^ thanks the receipt of J98.45 1 morning, and although the opening for the Belgian rrfiet fund, being the ;traiJBaction5 were only I to If low- collection taken at the. lecture given ;ei; in the first seven minutes 01 husi- by. Dr. Clark in Wetfley church on ness, prices had dropped on Jlay 3^^ Wednesday evening, cents under Friday's close. American' , markets acted similarly, though Chi-1 cago May made a wilder break than Chose Municipal Officers The council of the Rural Municipal- , Ordinar] '���\o oSc papers' For'........ rooms completely pa-. 'VouVchoice' of 2SC I 3Sc to 50c paper Fop ...i.-i....... $6.50 $8.00 . Reinember, we supply your V^electlon of papers' and 'hang �'.ihemhto.your walls complete ^^jftpi|^iiS)d f ,IJ'''.-'if/M8h - p^ljCBS-f J MiLSIMBKSCO. the others, teing five cents under ity of Marquis, meeting at Lake Mc- Friday's close. Gregor, appointed R. E. House, secre- ^Vheat- ^ Open Close tary-treasurer at a. salary, of-JllOO a Jan;......1.38 year. A. R. Bond was chosen reeve, May- ........V ....... 1:421. i.4t| and Henry Deltz, deputy reeve. : WINNIPEG- CASH PRIC ES i NYAL'S COD LIVER COMPOUND An excellent tonic for children and aged persons; for it contains -all the virtues and none of the disagreeable properties of Cdd , Lilver Oil. , There is nothing better for those who do .-not properly assimilate their foofd than Nyal's Cod Liver Compound. It in creases appetite, aids digestion, and builds Ibodily tissues, giving health and strength to ward off disease. Large Bottle $1.00 No. 1 Nor................... No. "5 Nor.....:.......... No. 3. Nor. ;.............. Oats-No. 2 C. W...... Barley-No. 3 Flax-No. 1 N. C... CHICAGO J .'t:he master ."-key / hTpHltiHT �. : srjir(}.AUD IN HEAB.T fir CITY HOTEL SAVOY SEATTLE "TwfWe SUriuef SetUCaafart" Absolately fireproof-reonerete, steel and marble. .Znluced lobby-New Grill-finest on Coast. - WitkBatlu-$Zr� pcrdayi 1.38 Major Bryan; Rejected  1.35 Major Bryan of 'MftcleOd, -Who was 1.32-J- recommended by Col. Si^sbns of the �(7f Alberta Mounted RiOeRVfor thc com-72 mand of onel of hlsj'sqiiadrbns, has 1.64 I been rfejected by Dr. Orrjof Medibirie vtiiwivTu I Hat, and in consequence is one of the May ..v..-...; .............;V..... 1.432 l-.41|-' T�st disappointed men in the west. - Major Bryan is suffering from what the �s-Yamlning -iihysician ' .;t^'nn# pyrrhea, an acute forin of rheuinatism caused by defective teeth. On the advice of his phyBtciaii,..Ma]er'Bryan will, go to the hot sprijigs at Frank for ti�atmenl in the hope qif recovJ ering sufficienUjr to join his r'eginlent later-on. ' " i July ^...................A'J-aCJ 1.35 MINNEAPOLIS -:i.38i 1.36i 1.371 l-35i May .,...... July ......... WINNIPEG LIVESTOCK Rice & Whaley. of the Onion Stock yardsi Stl' BonlfaceV ilan., quote the following for next week's shipments, delivered, fed and watered ., Choice rSteers, ,12001bs. up. 6.75 to 7.00;.best butcher steers, 6.25 to 6.75; fair to good, butcher steers, 5.75 to 6.0p;pphoice cows, 5.50 to 6.00; medium cows, 4.75 to" 5.00; common cows. 3.75 40 4.00; cannors, 3.00 to 4.50; choice heifers, 5.75 to 6.25; medium heifers. 5.50 to 5.75; best oxen, 5.25 to 5.50;'medium oxeni $4.50 to 4.75; can-ner oxen; 3.00 to 3:60; best bulls, 5.00 to 5:25;..medium and common bulls, 4.60" to 4.75; best feeding steers. 900- , , j t. . � ..,,,.7i.,^�,r ii, lbs. up, 5.75 to. 6.'25; best sticker, f�8�f"J ^''^tes oMhe cheaper; bridge High school,. represented-, by FlilD DAY The Red Cross Drug & Book Co., Limited Phone 555 Th'ird-Ave. ROUGH CRACKED , Hjiiids orJ-^Faces spcedilj'^ healed by REAM ' Tombtrpw is prohibition field day in LethbliUgc. The chief visitor who Will spea� Will be Clinton'N. Howard, of Rochester, N. Y., one of the .ablest^p.lattorm speakers of the tfnit-icd States, who hegins here a ten "days' campaign in Alberta. Mr. How-.ard is'^to address two great mass meetings ^In Wesley church at 3 p. m. and 8 p..m.. and it is expected the 'church vrill-be filled both times, aS : the largest auditoriums are, wherever .this orator speaks. The other visitor is Reviv W. F. Gold, general secretary ol the Alberta Temperance ahd Moral Reform League. The resident ministers will also e.\change puipits, so .there will be at least one message by a. visitoi-in each church during the ; d^y;/^n, kddifioii ,to the "two mass � meetinis:. 'i"he evening services 'will begin it^T-^dlclock instead of 7.30, and . will ;^e ishortened to allow all to be a-t Wesley "church by 8 o'clock. The full: program .of pulpit exchange f ol-loTVs :'. _Knox-iMomin.g,: Rev. W. JF. Gold ; evening, the pastSr. St. Andrew's-Morning', the pastor ; eveningj.'Mr. C. E. Page. Wesley-^Morni'ng, Rev. _ A. H, De-noon ; evening, the pastor. W'esbmmster-Morning, Rev:- Pickle; evening, 'Rev. W: T. Gold. First Baptist -^Morning, Captain Tuljte; evening, Rev; A. C. Bryan. i Christian-rJiorning, Rev. D. Ross ; evening, .the pastor. Salvation Arm-Evening, Rev. D. Rc Delegates To Go to Ottawa re Unemployment � Despite encouraglhg arguments by Senator Lougheed. and .R.- B. Benhett. K.C., M.P., the convention of the different ctttea of ; Alberta decided Friday ^ morning; to go. to. their several city councils and. ask for. the appoint ment of,- delegates to go.to Ottawa, to arrive jbefdre.Pea>raary:4, tor the purpose of aSHing-the/dominion government to open up worliB in Calgary. Edmonton'/.' Letlibrldge ' and Medicine The conyentloh visited, en masse. Messrs. liJiigiieed^ a^ Bennett In their offices jand"lald their plans before the representatives of- the "government. oThese ge'ntlemen.>rather discouraged tile idea of an Ottawa. ' delegation, pointing out that the �go+'emment was already financially embarrassed, and needed all Its ready money for war purposes. The convention couldn't see.it that way, taking tlio stand tihat they would never get anything unless thoy went after It, President Mjamoch of the Lethbridge Board: of Trade declaring that so far as the discouraging attiture of Messrs. Lougheed and Bennett was concerned they were iJut a small part of tlie government anyway. � - ., So a delegation will go to Ottawa to arrive there about February 4th. Skates hollow ground, 15c. South Uberta Welding Co., 8th St. S. 30-1 The Anti-Saloon .League boasts that the United States will be dry by 1920. Mayor Stewart of Victoria, B.C., has been re-elected by acclamation. c VELVA to use-Tjut then you. would not get the : distinctive SalAda flavor. fflE STANDARD BANK f OF CANADAti The Safest Of AU Small Investments ,..^fc;a{Savings"Accotiiit -with the Standard Bank of Canada. Interest .^.fejpaid with unfailing regtilarity every half year or added to the .':^^In^^^ and resources of the Bank are a ^^antee of the safety of the money deposited. Withdrawals may be'-�iade without unnecessary delay. : unnecessary delay Capital and Reserve Auels over - - $ 6,842,697 46,000.000 168L ^ ;,fXETBRIDGE BRANCH, 315, 13fh Street N. B^nk of Canada ?;6'apital:,i^id,i,I7p .........17,000,000 i'tBe^prverFto............... 7,000,000 iiPbl^lvi^ssets.O-ver.......i.. -82,000,000 :_if,'^ .Head .Office-TpVonto ^P^4fay(LAND, Pre^r^snt* ..f ?r'ei.{AS.RpapRS, Vice-President Sii_-i^.-,/_et; 30-1 GREASELESS-You may draw your gloves on immediately after using. Delightfully perfumed. 25 and 50c A sample fo.r the.asking . J.D.Hii;nboitiainftL'o.Lfl The '^MtaSJL Stom iTELEPHONr|Np. 322 : � w. GETS A PROMOTION RICHMOND GOES TO HEAD OFFICE TO ENGAGE ON \ .SPECIAL WORK "NORMAN". The NEWEST .|llt.llltlMW. .tiiHBHi.lMnil ALLAiilli ~ Winter failings ST. JOHN TO^t.lVERP00i:;,v .Calling at Halifax one day Latar' 8.8. Scandihavia'h v.:.. Jan., 22 8.S. Cortlcan ........ .Feb.; ,fi S.S. Hesperian ......... Feb. 12 S.s: Scandinavian J;\,.. Feb., 26 Excellent accommodation availr^ able m all classes. '^ Ticket*. can' be^? accu'red -: ;for, friend* ^nd relative*' in iHp Old Country, and rail, arrang*m�nM made for their pa**aBe to their home* in Canada, by applying/t.0' �.any .authorized agent;i,or.- �e Governor-Qeneral, the ttMOlntiniBnt to date from D^esejntiei if JabiT.^pblonel -Dennlson is a grad ji^JeiolM? Royal Military College '' -'^ 'low: ground,-:i5o;, -Pouth :^0(mdsoti(ie Jmt^ Bern- �^^M?, Lam/7 Free For ,he Ladies We liaVe-piit; up a number of parcels con-fcai'nhig-'goods "to the S^alue' of from $1;00 to $3.QQ. vE.a^^^^ is numbered and the price per pareel is ^1.00. At the close of the Sale"^ theflnawing will take place, and if you hold the jlucky, number you will secure one of the above prizes. men'S COMBiNATlbN* Penman's, regular ?3.00 per suit; all slzesi- CI Sale Price......... 9 laf 9 penman's NATURAU WOOL COMBINATIONS; CM Reg $2.50; sale priceI uQ%3 -WboLSLEY UNDERWEAR; -Reg 13.00 per gar- C'l' 9B ment; sale price . > ,;9 �.� � w HEAVY WOOL RIBBED UN: DERWpAR; regular price $1.C0 .per. garment; . ^4 Afl ..Sale Price . 9 I aUII wool' ribbed UNDER. WEAR in.red; grey and 7|"iL ��white; Sale Price 1 9.y ; MEN's DOUBLE PULL-^OVER SWEATERS; CI Ch Regular $2.25 for ... .9 I eOM . > BOYS' & YOUTHS' SWEAT---ERS; regular price TCafc $1,25 for .............., 196 ' men'S NEGLIGEE SHIRTS; ' All sisses, regular 11-25;. i� Sale Price............. I OC , � MEN's VERY FINE .FLA(�c; NEL SHIRTS; reg. � 4 ,! $1.75; sale price each.* l..*wV MEN's DARK FLANNEtr-ETTE SHIRTS; C (tieM Regular $1.60 for ..... 996 8TR IP ED FLANNELETTE nIGHT SHIRtS ,tod PyJamiFis;' V Regular .prices'$1.25; - � yCgn: Sale Price ...... .. �'.9.6 WHITE icottqn Extra large;, Prlcfe each RISBONS^Duohie^B Satin^ all c^blors, 6 inehes Svide; OAak Reg. 35c; vSale ;PrIce .. CvQ CHILDREN'S, HAIR OCm RIBBONS^r4 vyards'foi: �96 CHIUDREN'.S' UNDERWEAR, Be^Iar prioe.''6Sc; ; AKm' Per garment �; .. V..; 196  CHILDREN'S rBUAOk BIBBED'KNICKERS ARi^ Regular :�5c for. ;;-..�;.. �t9w LADIES' VEpTS-;' silk trimmed, sizes' 34 to 44v' ISnf� Regular -TSc-fdr.... .>... 9UU ' LADIES' - NURSING ARg* VESTS,. Reg. 65c for.i. �1.96 /EIDERDOWN WOOL; Regular .iOc and -15c-; ^ v . OC**-3 ipsckages.-for"::.�;�:S>9I* WHITE FEATHER ."-ae;-, MARABON.'reg. SOc for 096 ' SWANSDdWN- in pink and blue; regular price �� , OC-W 50c for . , .....^OW � DRESS TRIMMINGS; regulfifrl 20c, per yard;. OCiS''' 2 yards for �96. EM B ROIOE RV and Insertion also-LaceB-P-;%� >|S-|i. Per yard .v.'.>.'.u ..�.;.... ,:,9,6 LADI ES'- DARK BLOUSES-^ For raomingiwajr; ' CflM . worth up-to ,$r.25.'.for.. 9U6 LADIES' Ft AN N Et. AND CREPiE BLOUSES;, taildredsand. other styles;,..worth up ^fii to $2.00 for-.......,..... l9C L AD I ES' '^ AND :rCI^I LD R E N'S' LEGGINGS-^ ,  CAm Regular 860 for ... 9U6 � CHILDREN'S! iWHITE PINAFORES; slzeif 2 .to'B CAm .>ears, fpr . 9Uv .BOYS' ANe'iK^RN.'s