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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 16, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta . . Kdal EcoiiODiy is ^liOMii by DoiiigScr. SOME W^EK ^ND SPECIALS:, ' TAYLOR MAID 1% TjlEWIil 1 DID IT I,' .Foria^ltmlted time only, we I-will jsaper complete any.ordin-lary; alzed room with your bhoice ncf^any of our 15c ftil Aft ,, Vpapers for ......... .'9"taUII i f it- f .Ordinary rooms papered complete with choice .of paper from $6.00 . 17'/�C to 25c 'For....... q.i;iOTdinary rooms, completely pa-ijjierid with your, cholce_of_^6c Ato!35c-papers 'iF^r........ '4 GO.ODWIUMBiS -PRBSBIWED' fTUJITS:;^ ' Peaches and Green,Gages;{npeoial eaoIi.',26c; � LOJIDABD. PLitJM'Srrlniih^avy-syrup,' special lO"^^ tins for .......'A'*.:',.*:.*..'"./........-.'.fliOO ' MAWjE SYRUP-r^QuUrt-sealers;' sealer lnolud�dv;.� Si>eclftl prlte ....'',>�.',>...'...'.........i .^Se' 'good SIZiED'oranges^ Special 2 dozen for........'........"".4Sc� TUUKISH riGS-In glovc boxes; regularly, sold at 2 for 2i3c. Special: per box . .'..i..,...., .Sc GRIi'^FIN �, SKEL.L.ET;S asparagus, '28. round tins, regular 35c .each; special, per tin.. 20c MeOOUMICK'S sodas-2 pound' tins; special per tin ,;.'........ .v....... .......:;..... .25c A CASE OF ASSORTED F,RUIT--24 tin's", all iu heavy syrup, jut up in sanitary tins- QJ" Special per case ; .. ......,.,......................   ....*,>...�.'>;.�........ FRESH IN-Coast Sealed, Solid Meat, Oysters,;Magrath iCreamery.:.9utter,'n6v: Laid EggB,.,Bananas and CelTj.,___^ , - , ' , ' Office THE GOOD G0: store Phone 1271 ________� ^ Pbtiie 525 HIGH-CLASS GROCERIES. WEATHER Edmonton, fair ...... Medicine Hat, faic . Moose Jaw, cloudy; Prince Albert, fair Winnipeg, cloudy .... 20 - 2 4 -16 14 4 ;.04 15 10 2 .03 8 �2 4 4 15 , 4 24 ' 6 II NYAL'S COD LIVER negina, fair................ Port Arthur, cloudy The weather throughout .the westi 'Ijas been mostly fait and modetatelv cold. Local snowfalls have occurred in Manit'Oba and Saskatchewan.. � ' FOHECAST: Western Province^ - East and north winds, continued?cold today and Saturdav..,Localsnow: flurries. . FRIDAY'S GRAi'N PRICES $6.50 35c to SOcpaptr- : ttn ?!'^pii^ember, we supply your J^selectJpn of'papers^ and hang '*^h�({n to ' your walls complete witb-'borders at.i'thcse unheard '-'^aah prices. �Winnipegi, Jan. .15.-Opening and closing-prices on-the grain exchanges today were ; .. Wheat- Open Close Jan. ......... X.38i May,.:....................:..... 1.41i 1.42i Julv...........1.423 1,43^- .. WINNIPEG -CASH PRICES Wheat-. ' No. 1' Not...... No. '3 Nor............. No. 3 Nor................ Oats-No.-3. C. W. , Barley:-No. 3 Flax-No. 1 N. W ____ . chicago meat-May ................1.43i July ..............: 1.25J ' MINNEAPOLIS May ...v.::;.,;;;...... /a:38i- Julv- ..........V........... l.SSi 1.39 1.36 1.33 5H' m 1.15,\ 1.45 1.2'n i.asjt 1.38i THE BULLETIN BOARD Nfttleea f*r. this Column should r�aeh:thla Office before 12 o'clock neon on the day ai publication .: Protest the Election '' ^The ' Carmangay Sun understands VCiat'Mr.-Alec-Ftafeer, *who was disfeat-i!^ t?� for.'the office of councillor iniDlv. ^V-JNCi^. 5-of the-Rural Mttniolpallty of fv-.i* ^Little Bow'at'the recent � election is I'lUVotfesting thte'election- of-hjs,wcceB8-fc' 'J-'ful opponent, "Mr. DaTld Scott.' ' C. O. F. Instal Officers , The C.OdP-ih^ld'jtheir.annual, inst^l-latlhn of loff�&� fast* nlgh't:;'TWhen-the following were,installed hy Past Chief Ranger X Currie of Medicine Hat and High Marshall-Bro. Barnes of Court Edward,' Calgary: fp.G.R., O. Jfatson; G.H., A. G. Kihnear; V.C.R^ D.Hay-^ ter;- chaplain," James Moodle;P.S.,'A.. Neldlg; TI.S., G. S. Nobbs; S. W., A. J. Shaw; J.'W., F. Galhraith; S.B., J. Fid-des'.-JB.vD. Wilson; Conductor, J. l'. Unaworth;. After  the . installation, a supper was given, followed by addresses by the. officers on the progress, of the'' order, .whose surplus is g6Jng.up,$2000 a'da.Vi and is now $5,-�200;000.n: It .was decided to have a lodge;idance on January 28. PHONE 1657 'V, Saturday-MondaySpecials Get husy-.and save a-little money on your Grocery Bill this "Weefe 'Gome-here or phone and takc advantage'ot our low'Cash Prices.. We. guarantee, you, perfect satisfaction with, the quality of our-goods. : The items taken at random will convince you. ^ 'f, -v  -Orders Calle'd.For and Delivered Same Day. EVAPORATED-FRUIT \Evap; Peaches, 2 lbs for... .25c (Bvap.- Primes, 2 lbs for... .25c Bvap. Ajiples, 2 lbs for. ...25c Byap; Pears/'S lbs' for...... .35c \BmpeTor Grapes, 2 lbs for. .35c i Oranges,idozen^..20, 30 and 40c Dates, '8..packets for........35c : Ganiied;;Gk>rri.'Pea� and Beans; 3  tins for ............ 36c Tomatoes;-large size, 2 for. .fiSc i Cheese, r OnJario,-2 lbs for. .45c Butter; vCfeaaiery, 2 lbs...;76c ' Butter, Dateyls lbs......^$1,00 t\ Ifon'ey.: (fcbxnlbj' 'c-ach......; 25c C)live8:,..1,�,;_26.';^49,.50 and 86c WASHING MONDAY Soapade-lOc; 3 packMs for 25c Lux 10c; 3 packpls for.....25c Polly I'jims ,0c; 3 tor.....25c Fauehine 10c; 3 for.......25c �0.'^^V, Soap,-12 ibars for____^5c G. W.-W; Powder 2 pkts.. .45o Klenioln tins ........15c LyeUGillet's) 2 for ........25c R, H. R. Oats, per bag------40c R. H. Pofridge Oats.......25c Oatmeal (fine) sack ....... 50c Macaroni, 2 Dbs for.,......26c Punch Sauce, 2 hottles .....45c � Dill Pltkles, per dozen ____20c ,Tea,-buIkV,3 ibs ...:......$1.00 ;Coff9P.O^ lbw.,45c CITY AND DISTRIGT Three Pairs^White -Gloves Magistrate Elton v^&b' handed his third straight pairof-white gloves at police'court this mornlnsr. Gone to California Earl Owen, for the past two years a resident of Lethbridge, has gone to Los Angeles, where he will reside in future.' Personal Mention Lieut-Col. Weatherbee "of Calgary is in the city.:;today inspecting tbe new bdrracks,it the fair grounds. Dr. C. Merrltt of Sweet Grass; is a the city. ..\ " . . Dr. D'Arc of Diamond City is registered at the .\lexandra. . : ? St. Andrew's Preparatory Service - All-members, of St.iAndrow's church are reminded of the- preparatory , ser* vice this evening.'  Rev. D: Ross > of the First Baptist church Will preach the sermon. -'New'-membSrs^.will be received. A Correctfon * . : In. the list of delegates to the Liberal convefltloi^, :xeported in yesterday's .paper, the name of T.H.'-Walker appeared as coming from Foremost and a:' L..Hoer froih- Hi'fehfield. Mr. Hoer Is president of the Liberal association at Foremost, and Mr. Walker was the delegate from'^flighfield. At Lethbridge In February L. S. Man�er, of 31e.dloinff Hat, has been appointed by P;-Burns,.chief commissioner for remounts for the west, to be the purchasing agent for southern Alberta. . Hfit is aslis'ted by Dr.R. Blythe of Medicine Hat, as vfet-erinary-surgeon. .^Ireadygood .meetings-have been .held at-Medicine: Hat on the 11th and 12th inst., and the fol lowing are the dates and places book ed ahead: Irvine, January 18;. Walsh, January 19; Carlstadt, � Januarv 21; Brooks, Japuary 22; Cowley, February 1; Pincher Creek, February 2-3; Macleod, -Februarys, Lethbridge, February 5. Captain J. J:. Fry,: G.V.C., as sistant commissioner .for remounts, w'fil also attend thesaJes in the Pincher Creek district. �= Avexd^llent: tofaW'ior children andriaged persons; for it contains , all the virtues and hone of the > disagreeable propetties of Cod Liver Oil. There is nothing, better for Oiose who do not properly assimilate their foodvthan Nyal's Cod y Liver . Comimund. It in creases appetlte/'lids digestion; and-: hutlds ibodlly tissues, giving health and strength to ward off; ; dise^ase. .  - .- Large Btt^e. $1.00 The Red Cross Drag & Book ?., Limited ^1 Phone 555 . ,Third. >4y Mr. .Hu'nt la Reeve At the first meeting of the Rural Municipality of Little Bow, held;, at Barons; 0. J.'-Hunt, .councillor of Division No, 1; was appointed reeve. After the new councillors were sworn m, '.the first matter to -come up was. the appointment of � a, secretary-treas'ujrer and assessor. On a vote being taken a tie resulted. A- P. Wilson of Carman-gay and Mr. IJee of Barons each having three votes.. i'Tn order to decide the (luestion ,a-"coin' vas flipped and Mr.,Wilson .^vas'declartd-the winner^ The headquarters^of the muhicipality ROUGH ; .7. M^m^ e REAM. VELVA GREASEUESS-You onay draw your, gloves on imgieclWely af- |j ter using. Delightfully perfumed. 25 and _50c A sample for tlj^^asking J.0..|il9inbotliain'ftCo. Ltl TEUEPHON^fio. "322 ThoiAncient .Order of Foresters are ho'Idlngia'grandanniversary ball in the KtP.^HljiU tonight, celebrating theii' 20th ytor In Lethbridge. ; - A meeting of the ^Flour-and Cereal Mill limployees- Union, Local No. 14039;-will'be hefid.. in the La,bor Hall jtonlgl^t' at 9 o'.olock sharp. Matters 1 of vltaiamportance are to be discussed, and: a full attendance of members is reauested. � t : CITY AND DISTRICT BankXIearlngs Bank clearings this week totalled $334,613.74, as against |45O,246.00 lor I the 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. Charge Outside' Puptis Vj:Attbe:llr8t.meeting:of the Carman^ gay^^achool board. A; P. M!Haot^, was j^iected -chalrman,.and,T.vE, Collins; iwas ;r6':e]ected -secretaryi.. It was.^de-'oiThis will.- amount to :jh the; neighborhood of flQO ayear. :.'-'IVIaster Key" Album  Any ladyiwishing, an art stamp photo album of "The, Master Key," the 'isreatest" of .-all Be^ali�,.�whiQh is heing; offered as one of the-Jieadliners at Starland\ tonight, can -secure one by � address to Manager of Starlandi ' The art stamps of-the third instalment will lie, preseijited to the ladiea; tonight. v;^, Inter-School. Debate Tonight This evening, in'the Centra) school auditorium, the debating teams of Macleo'd and Lethbridge' meet' on: she 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. Pittard at the Front Word Was received today from A, E, PlttarU, brother of B. P. Pittard of this city, who left with the First Contingent to Join his regiment, the Roy-, al Field' Artillery. Pittard was ia member, rot the Royal .Northwest Mounted- Police here,:, and: is well-known all-over the south, where'he has been oh detachment duty. He sailed from;rWoolwich- with his regp ment on, Christmas Eve, and is now on the firing,.line . somewhere in France. ; : � .'The Fund Grows The Patriotic i Fund acknowledges with thanks a dojiatlon'^ of $30.1tf from the Experimental Farm staff for December, 1914. "� . Struck Oil at* teavitt ' A report: froni-Cardston: states that J. L; Lyiids, wen -driller, .while drilling tor waterVt'Leavitt;-eight miles from Cardstdn, struck'a quantity of oil at a deptfi'ot 7J) feet. -, ' Joins-Mounted :Rm�s-:-' J. Jellett, who was forineHyldn-jthe Bank I of Montreal s,t^ff fat: Raymond, and who later was a member of. th'e Gas Co.'s staff here,.hasi:jolnea-the Alberta Mounted Rifles, and is en� camped at Calgary.. : .Tellett. haa - a large circle, of friends here;. And "waR always an enthusiastic horseman;; He \vas a. trifle deflplent in. heighV but was allowed in on account ot his en2> tbusiasm. |r:i.;..;,*01-9th'AVENUE. -sssassass!- BULLETIN Cafgary, Jan, I5.^(9pletlal.)i-Pat Burns' has resigned a*-?r*mOunt'.commissioner for Western';^anatlai>> H ,_____._______ . _ _ . . , was appointed by MaJor-,General, Sam will be at Barons, and th� nCw secre-; Hughes, following the reslgnatipn of tary will be iii Barons.thnie"days each, j Co!. McCrae,. who goes-^on active-serf \\9U Potatoes, per sack fl� i| AH of 100 pounds......^� I .H W 'McLaren's'. Cheese in pots, 30c and/;..;----. Limburger, fresh and sweet.-^.pet, pound.... -Swias-Cream -Ohepse ' Each.......---- ; -Tobasco s'auce/:' Per Bottle .......... Asparagus Tips Per Tin 3Qc and . H6miny, Per :tin-...,,.'>,.. M'ushfooms'^. � Per tin .......*.. Washington, .B.C.,*Jan. 14.-In a note delivered today, by .Ambassador Page at London, Secretary Bryan aC-i knowledged,receipt ofthe preilmihary reply pt the 'BritiBji "government to the American n6te protecting against the treatment of neutral commerce by, the Brjtlsh fleet. Hie expressed ap'- preciation ; of :;the frjendly ppirit in l.eramme. After.Blbie classes the hovs -v.-,. .1,. ,,v,T,.r,MaHoT, hort .hB�n I betook themselves to the gym for a i which  the communication had, been received, ahdhoted �(lth satisfaction that the prlnclirteB .of international law seT forth by the United..states had been accepted, _ ; Near St. Mihiel ontheMeuse heavy fighting continues; i The French captured positions where; the road from that fort divides one branch, going to iMniz&y, the i .G^nnanshere BUSINESS LOCALS , Don't fprget" the W CL F, Anniversary Ball in the K. P. Hall tonight 29-1 The Ancient Order of i Foresters vai;e celebrating, their "Si)t^ anniversary in Letliibridge'^br giving a; grand" ball.�l Invitationsi-^y he Jjad 'from E!, R; gyi 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 the swimming pool, where they were permitted stay for half, an hour's fun; : To -complete matters they finally: trcopod - into the ; kitchen, -where three . juvenile/ chefs vcarved sand-wlohesf^nd dished hot cocoa.. All had a profitable evening,land went home aatisl'le'dyivith the new'.program^ne^^fw 'tha^wlBteK Every boy,should attend Ithesft'nights at. the "y". Come {to thn Pork aad Beans, HelntKj large'tin .,, Dill Plckl_?s , ' Per dozen . .,.;l---- Kidney Beans Price .......' . 50c 35c 35c mo 40c 25c 25c 20c 25c 15c 30c Chicken Soup Large tins ...... Fish Balls, pure white meat; per tin .. j Flaked Fish, ycry.good ..,-.......... 15c 25c 20c : Hartley's ;Briand,'i the :: well known Jam makers: RaspberiT, �Strawberry a'nd' Black' Currant, per jar  Stagg's Marmalade;' Per Jar ..'. 25c i5c McCormack's Jams,'Ra�pberry' and Strawberry, pure , ARt* jam, '6 pounds for."; .v-.'.'^SJIC . Salmon. T. P., iJrand 2 for.................. Kippered Herring Per tin 25c 50c , a -ijpecial' in: Christies' Biscuits. Reoeptitn vs^afers 'Sfig* Per.pound v,V�# .Graham Water- Biscuits, per pound A new shipment from the well � known makers- of - the" famous biscuits,' McVittie-' & Price, sov. eral varieties to cho9se;^H^ from, per pound.-.';'.;. "fUC Equal Egg, ;put tins; price 25o^and,..:. (This is an article tbat the economist housekeeper should get in ' touch 'With ;= small tins equal to 24 eggs.) � 50c . Carnefao'. Poultry; Food, per pkt 25c and.. Mayor's; Poultry ;!Food Per Packet .'...':;'-(;... (Feed your hens' right. To 'get. .retui-ns get-a .packet-of Garne-I'ac F^od;- ; ,�'�;: ' ':'' '-;.. How is your stove; looking?; Sultana Stove and- Zs- OJSi hra Polish, 3 .cans for;. fiw.C; , Fait0:JBl-';andjopm dt^sjs-" "wedne�' ,'':^ c . " -'''JM'Sie^ ;