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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 18, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta ';SMt.�^iti,& Day H6M'ln ' Alb'arta ' [TIWLORM Shrewd Mb^sekeepers Keep FolloWiiii our Ads. ^ Keal Economy is Shown by BoJnff ^0.., SOME/WEEK ;END SPECIALS: GOODWlIil.lE'S ^RBSERVED .i:�,tTiTS: PeaM, ' Peaches"6,ud predu^^Oagea; special .eachr.28e ttns. regular 35c each; special per tin.:. .20o MoCORMICK'^'SODiAS^Z pound tins; special per On .; i .. .;;.. _____... 25c Special price.....................'4So GOOD SIZVBD ORANOBStt- Special fidoaen lor .i.......\*.i.;.;....45e A CASE or^SASSOfltED F�U.T^4 tins;; aUin Ueavy ^-^:^mj^-^^M^M^ and Celery. ' ., '.'}� � -' ..... :.� . ��.^^ ?HE GGOD�. S:;:- 4^ WEAlpER ^ 8 IHEWIR DID IT ~ For a llmiUd time only we iyUr^paper complete any ordin- arytslxej* room with your ehelce -of any'of our 15c 'C'Aflll iipufUkn for .........^*.UW �fi Ordinary rooma papered eom-aplete- with ichoice of paper from �S?^.-!�.-'^.::...:.iSM Onlirtary rooms eempletWiy pa- Ifpered^ with'-your choice'of 26c, .......$6.50;; ''^i^fa'etie emember,.' 1-^ we^^aupply; your lOti i>of '^paiperi- and -hang � . , . ^ ^ More Aid for Belgians . pimipeg, Jan. -16. - The bottom ^ ^ Buchanan. M.P.,'acknowledg-feU.;jout olilJw iwheat marltet this es with thanks the: xeceipt of �98;45 morning, and ^although the opening the Belgian reSief fund; hsJng the taransactions were only f to If low-; collection taken at the lecture giyen er^tejai'e first seven jminmt^.'oj busi- by Dr. Clark in Wesley church on Wednesday evening. ..prices, had' dropped cacted similarly, though Chi-ilder bre^ than cNits under cago""Mayr,n�de a wil the, othfflcs, rheing five FrWay's-close. Wheat- Open Close Jafii.-................>....... 1.38 May. ,..�..,.....:...........r. 1.42i 1.41* WINNIPEG, CASH PRICES No. a Nor...........: No;-? Nor.....:............. No. .3 3^ot. .............. Oats-^No. 2~C. W. Barley-No. 3 .{............. FIa:fr-'No..r N. W. C... ' ' ,v. .. rmnAnn May July Maj^, July^ CEIICAQO ............,,.V....- 1.43J .......1 ......... 1.26i ' MINNEAPOLIS ...................... 1.381 1:38 1.35 1.32i 57f 72 1.64 l-41i 1.25 1.36i. HULL.4BLOCK.V the aiaster �ONICHt' : h': ^btarland IN HSART OF CITT HOtEU savoy: Twdfe StariMei S^Cafirt'Vf. Aliielatelr'firapTeof-esBcrete,'.. �teduidTimTble. EnlilrgtAMibT." NewQrilt-finestdttCout;' � EUROPEAN PUN-r-$| ririir^ WiA Bitki-�2 per l�r / };WINNIPEG LIVESTOCK Rice & Whaley.of the Union Stock yards;-' fit. Bonltace, Man., quote the following for next .(week's shipments, deMyeied, fed and watered Choice steers, I2001bs. up, 6.75 to 7.00;;best butcher steers, 6.26 to 6.75; lair, .to. good butcher steers, 5.75 to 6.00;'Choice cowsy 5.50 to 6.00; med-'lim cows,;; common cows, 3.75:;to 4.00;vcanaera,': 3.00 to 4.50;-choice .iieiler8,.6;75" to 6.25; medium helfer8i-.5:50'to 5.75; -best oxen, 5.25 to 6.50;^inedlumtoxen 1 acij caused by defective teeth; On the ad-* * I vice of fift physicItinrMaJor-Bryan* will go to- the hot: springs:) at -Eraidt for treatment in the hojie-^of'xecoy: ering sufficiently ^o Join his "reglroent later on, LETH6RI eOTH DEBATES The lai�e audltoidum of the Ceritrkl School was last night the'.s^^negot 4 Btt^'to 4 75- iest feedine BteprR q'oo I "''^ ^'^^ Interesting and. sue- lbs" uS I75' to''6.?5f Tes't'"?icke'r ''^'"'^^ot'^^^'^re^li^^st de" steers, 5.50-to 5.75; hest stooker helf-1?^^- " �??r?�>ver. the firstde-ers,: ,4i50. to 5.00; hest milkers and sp^ngera,; 60.00 to 70.00; fairly^ good mllkersuandspringers; 45.00 to 50.00. .!I9ie ihog,: trade 'in ^the ;;blen^lng of Salada Tea. Lowrgrownr.teas wottld Ibe far cheaper !to uM'/but-then;yon;3fould not get the j distinctive-.Salada-iiayor. liOIflect EMabUaKc* im. OF CANADA lie Safest 0! All Small Investments i^gB Acconnt with tte Statidard Bank of Canada. Interest i^tiiimfaiiing regularity every half year or added to the $5pal; and the strength and resources of the Bank are a *'�ttteebf the safety of the money deposited. Withdrawals may Cayltal ��� Hwrve - f B,M2,6�7 Awete over � > - �- ��,600,000 168l E^BJMNCH, 315, 13th Street N. NYAUS , An excellent tonic for children and aged persons, for it contains all th� virtues 'and none of the-disagreeable .-vroperties of Cod ^ Uver OH. - There is nothing better for those who, do vnot properly aa-simUate their food than Nyal'a .Co'^aud''^NJ .Clarke; while the nt^atlve'was taken,by lieth* bridge Hife. ohool, represented�by Misses A. Dunham and.lC.sMac?hee, It was realized from the first thatisttiei contest 'would be keen.-.'The Macleoel debaters had a wealth of argument-in favor of consolidation, andr^'possessed the gift of placingitheae arguments In an interesting and forceful manner.;Ue-fore the -audience,; The reply.ot'tih0 leader of the affirmative to the arguments of the negative, was prpbabiy the beat that has ever been .heard in amateur debating >in'.l*thbrldge, and Maoleod High school 'may well,/feel pround of its reprasentatlves.' The Lethbridge debaters had"alsoja^ good array of argument; anditMy4ft.,lii�.mMit.ltmiiH.Blrt��l Delegates To Go to Ottawa re Unemployment Despite encouraging arguments by Senator Iiougheed and R. B. Bennett, K;C., M.P.,' tlie,-convention of the dlfferentf dtlea^qt ; Alberta decided Friday morning to go to their �veral city counoHs and ask; for the appointment of delegates to go to Ottawa, to arrive (before February.: 4, for the purpose of asking tftie Dominion government .to opien up works in Oalgaiy, Bdmontoni I^ethbri'dge ^ and Medicine Hat.- ^'-^-^'l^l-f-Hi:'.;:,.. , ,:,;> Tbs convention .visited, en masse. Messrs. Xtouttheed. and: Bennett in their ofllceB^ and :lald-been; re-elected bT^a^ W. lEIS A PROMOTION . _ I -'- 'RICHMOND GOES TO HEAD cOFFICE TO EN-OAGE ON SPECIAL jiVORK AtLAKUNI Winter Sailings ST.; JOHN TO LIVERPOOL A Calling at-Haflfax one day Later,., &.S; Scandinavian ..;.. Jan, 2? .;-S.S. 'CoValean',. .i.,.�.... Feb..;5: 8.S. Hesperian Fob. 12'; 8,8. Scandinavian ;>Fab, 2� �:� Excellent accommodation'^'avail-vj able In all classes. ^ Tieket|i can ; be secured for 'i friends and relative*-Inthe.Qld'.; Country^ and ad - arr*ngemenU made for their: pasiage to' th'eif hpmesMn'.Canada.iby applylng:'Jo;� any authorized agent,-^W. AL^.AN, W:- T.. RlchmoD;d,i3the pqpular manager of Staitand; leaves today lor Winnipeg, where- he'will; take charge; ol I special work for the moving picture'' concern from its head office.: r: He will first visit Brandon. The -move Is a promotion, and la a tribute to the excellent :riianner 4n which Mr; Richmond haa guided .the fortunes of the local house. During.his'regime he has placed it In a premier, position, making it extremely attractive to the plo-ture-houae going, public. The films shown, have attained a high standard in their pleasure :affording, ..instruc-^tlan ' giving, and. other entertaining qualities, which "have stamped : Star-land with the reputation of placing before its patrons all that is best in the moving picture world. An added feature to the entertainment provided at the popular house has been tbe orcbestra organized by. Mr. Richmond Into a standing aspet among the attractions Starland gives to the people of Lethbridge; The late manager will leave the oity-with:^he regrets of Starland pa-trops, and J; ^.Dennison, C.M.O,, fopierly ' oftipeit. commanding, tibe Montreal Mil-ltaryt'djlviB(oii, and recently acting ad--)utai\t-g?neral,: In place of Ctflonel V}c-'.tr'.(-W,illliims/ has, been appointed an (;jborioriify,v"alde-de-oamp. to, his ..]^oya||! iHIIfliaiafB phe Governor-GeneralJ: the' s^pp'olntment?'to: date'from?Becember; l5:jii8t. XOplonel Dennison Is, *a grad-'.Uatp-of. t^yRoyal Military Oolleg?., , ��:c^|'VknA'^'i^;j.;�:;rVf;�j,.;:.:.i V;:;-.:;:..;:.-.; ,'ni|IBON8-SuclMBB Satin, all 'cplor&, 6 Inche* wide;. 91%^ CHI.i:dRBM*. 15'air /Mg RIBBONS,,,4 yards for 69b ;OHlL.D"eN>4''lJNDERVEAR, Hegnliir price.-'eBc;- AKm P^frggaroent �t5**� \^CH1LDREN'� BLACK RIB-Bko'^KMtCK'ERS' Atit^. Regular BBC .for'........ LAlilE�',VEST�; Silk trimmed, ^ sizes 34'to 44; JBAm RegularWHtTE FEATHER MA'RABON. res. BOc for V 'SWANSDpWN ' in ,pink and -blue; fegular prijpe -OCm BOc for .......*5iy ,DRESS TRIMMINGS; regular 20c per yard;' 9Ca 2, yards for A'...,^.....fcWU . EMBROIDERY and Insertion ajBo^Laces^ ' Cm Ber.-yard', ...^............ LApiES', DARK' BLOUSES-' Blor moniii�g-wear; eil^t yronti up to 11.25 for.. OUU LADIES' F'CA;nNPL and cnEPiEvBLOUSES; tailored and MEN'S COMBINATK)NB Pen-: maniB, regular fS.OO per siilt; all sizes- , "fl" Sale Price M,i..i....>. mrn'mi-Q^ PENMAN'S NATUiRAt: WOOL : COMBINATIONS; CI EA Reg $2.60; sale Price 9. | iQM WOOLSLEY tUNDERWEAR; Reg 93 00 xier gar- y'g'' ment; bale price HEAVY WOOL. RIBBED UN-DERWEAR-; reguVr prige 11.60 per garment; Ci' Afl Sale Price 9 I �UU WOOL RIBBED u'nDE'R-WEAR in red, grey and 'J^Q white; Sale Price MEN'S DOUBLE PULL-OVTER $1.50 otW styles; woiri^h up "VEm to,�2fpp for...... f.5#U IaDIES' ARlDr^hiloren's .LADIEjB' LEGGINGS^ jpHI lor EN'S ^: R^^tar iio Vr'j^.....50 c - VcHlLDREN'jl J/HITE PINA- BOYS'JXI^D,; MEN'S pC-WOOL'MITTS..,......fiVM SWEATERS; Regular $2.26 for BOYS' & YOUTtiiS'-SWEAT-ERS; regular price ' /TC*: J1.2B for..............KlUB. MEN'S NEGLIGEE SHm'TB; All sizes, regiUar n-^ii^g^gt Bale Price ........ MEN'S VERY FINc'.FlWn-NEL SHIRTS; reg. CI-'Afl �1.76; sale price each jf f| ayjll, MEN'S DARK pl ETTE SKIRTS;. Regular"fl;50 for;., STRIPED .FLANNBLETXE NIGHT SHIRTB and PyJamaB' Regular price ?1.8e; ; rfJEm Sale P^ce............ WHITE COTTON 8H^ Bxtra large; "Jfj Price each.....*....., ".i " i ' Shobs;-.Men's extra heavy Miner's shdegj ijailed ^'6les>jid heels, reg $2.75 for. /S2.00 Ladies' ah'dOhildren?S'ShoGS�-at greatly ' ,reduQed. prices. "Jcrms CafAi.  itiirc Co reetvNbrth ilii IK ;