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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 19, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta SALE -OF-  Furniture AT 807 7TH AVENUE SOUTH TO-MORROW JAN. 20, at 1 O'CLOCK SHARP v.J.r8oakean and Desk.: -I^Exte^sienTable. : ^ 1 'Lounge. -1 'Set of Dining Chairs. 2''0ak' Rockers 2,Or�ssen*, 1' Wash^'Stand. 1,Kitchen Table. 1 ,Tub. - 1'Clock. r^8lnger?v8owing Machine %kOaod^worklng ordar. . in A; number'of other articles too :;^numerou8 to mention. Terms Cash. J. A. smith' 'Auctioneer. -TUEaDAVTS GRAIN PRICES Winnipeg,- Jan. 19.-Opening and closing prices on tfie Winnipeg Exchange today were: Wheat-Jan: ... ... ... ... 136% May ....... ... ... 1*1% 140% July ... ... ... ... 142% 141 Winnipeg Cash Prices Wheat-No: 1 Northern.............. 136% No. 2 Northern----134 No.; 3 Northern ......'........, 131% Data- ��� Na' . 1 .,i ... 135% 134% July ... ... 135 132% BULLETIN ,.Wlnnlpea, Man., Jan. 19.-A special broker's cable today states that, fol-lowihg the removal of the Princess' l>atrieia'B Light Infantry to the front, vt^e \Work of transporting othsr Can-�(dl.-i;i'troops to France Is being hurried to meet the new and violent Ger-i^'an attacks. ^* TJie'te is'a. wealth of goodness in . every'Saladapaxjkage. The aluminum ii'oTering seals tight and.perfecUy pre-,fl6nres'the'natural chann of the freah iyoung leaves. i ,;4LiOCAL WHEAT PRICES *Ws�on Jots:" " - " No.. 1 Nor. .. 117 No. 1 Red.. 117 Nof. 2 Nor.----- 114 No.2iled.. 114 No.. 3 Nor. .. 10~U No. 3 Red.. 109 TOP LIVESTOCK PRICES YESTERDAY Calgary HogBi $6.70; cattle, 16.35. Chicago: Hogg, ie.50-96.85; cattle, ?5.3S-�9.50. > Montreal: Hoip, $8.35; cattle, $7.75. GERMANS SAY CHURCHILL USEFUL Berne, Jan. 19.-The German press, while publishing Mr. Ghurchiirs let^ ter to the Mayor'df Scarborough, has received instructlonfi from the censor not ;to attack Mr. Ohurcbill personally, on the grouads^of his being a useful person to Germany owing to his bappy-go-ludcy dilettwtiBm.^ WOW ! Count Reventlow, refeering to the east coast bombardment, says that Germany has far morp terrible speeches in . store for England and: every English', person- -- man, woman  and child-had better redliz* that she will not put on gloves to wai^e this war, the successful issue of, which for Ger-ihanydepeodf oh h^r carrying,it on without mercy and being unmoved hy any humanitarian considerations. Important Auction Sale of Lmnber, Building Material, etc. n Friday Next :^E;tLO ROGERS-CUNNINGHAM LUMBER YARD, 13th ST. jJiAND 2nd AVE, SOUTH, COMMENCING AT 10.30. FRANK WADblNGTON IsifaVored with instructions to s^l by-Public Auction and without reieryeja.quantity.of useful- i*V'J*rt.umb,eR, BJUILOER'SSUNDRIE?; GLAZED AND PLAIN ^^RANELkJED .DOORS}: GLAZED. WINDQWI8,: DOOR FRAMES, VER-i/Ch''^'PPSTS, PICKETS AND BANISTERS, SEVERAL TONS -of the above stock for.small/ei ' fok* the Least Amount of !^il>ne|^^ * THi^t |!|^^^UMA^J NA^ satisfying that (NATUREii^';.^LOOK,OVBR*THI* �� LIST-:Aj^b^ip:U^iLL,SUREijY;AGREE WITH US. � ' �V�^i'�f^i:^ff7WS^0>^ SUGAR-KayrtoW, 20 pound sacks- �n^.^M^Si:i,^,!^-^^ji:.^':.^^^:i-i^j^,ii^J..^:^^ � Price parSskclt' ;. ^...... .v.v;$1,35 POTATOES-riBest'rquilUyi'iJ^lbertas-r- >: - �PriftiS .Tier':hiiniJr;.$1-25 /p6TAT0ES-^Extta: ;iiualitr Ontarios-  ; � , - � Price per'aaiefe'.......------.�1.50- ONIONS--B^tiiuatityB. C.'s, large siisee-, J�rice, S pttunids for ,.... � .; ./..25c SODA BISCUITS-Mooney'B or MROormick's-T- Largie packages, 2 for ..45c Small packages, per package' 10c NAVY BEANS-^Best quality./3% lbs ..... .vV26c QUAKER oATS-I>arge pttckaBes, each 25c ROBIN HOOD OATS-Large packages, each; ;25c PORK SAUSAGE-Flarhief'a make, guaranteed - equal to anything you have ever tasted-i ' . Special, 2 pounds tor ................... .'35c PORK, AND BEANS-^Llbtoy's, medium 8i�e tins; Special, 2 tins for .----..... t......------26c SUNLIGHT SOAP-11 bars for ............;50c ROYAL CROWN OR GOLDEN WEST SOAP-, . 2 packages for ----.............45c TOILET SOAP-Good quality. 8 for----......25c TOILET SOAP-Old Brown Windsor- 3 0 cakes for.............................25c CANNED TOMATO'ES-^-Vine'Brand,^'largot t'lns^ Price, 2 for.....; .. i. j.'.. . .PheBe525 HIGH-CLASS GROCERIES Protect Your Stock and Poultry A small amount of money spent for worthy foods and remedies for your stock and poultry to protect them daring cold weatlier will prove a paying Investment. stock foods and. remedies We have "Royal Purple" aitd "Pratts" veterinary remedies tor all animal disorders, condition powders, etc.,.'stock foods that, economize feed because they supply elements Umt cause the feed to assimilate perfectly, thereby furnishing vthe greatest amount-, of nourishment. - ' ^ " fjj''-' j; 'poultry foods and^.ijemedijes,. , �;* 'Keep your hens in good,money^jeatiT^g condiflon'sEt,this season-by giving them a good poultry npwder. ,It wil keep the "entire flock healthy, and healthy hens ne^er failMo lay. We sell all of the good poultry powders which can-be "relied upon as'ia positive , preventive and .cure of all ordinary, poultry diseasea -t The Red Cross Drug f^iii^ Boiik ^o.; THE BpLLETIN BOARD Notices'for this Column should reach thisi Office befor� 12vO'eleck noon on the day - of publication The I^ethbrldge Chess club meets tonight at ;8 o'clock In the Sherlock Block. .weather v , , Max. Mln. Lethbridje, 'cloudy .52 24 Edmonton, fah: ... i. .36 14 � Calgary, clear .. ..�...;.46 30 Medl?lhe Hat, fair.. ,. 45 32 Prince Albert, clear ... 30 6 Moose Jaw, clear... 35. 7 Regina, clear .. ... ,.'-''32- .10 Winnipeg, cloudy.: .i-18, 10 .24 Port Arthur, cloury ... -.14 .8 The weather throughout the west has been mostly fine and comparatively mild. Some local snowfalls tfave occurred in Manitoba. ' Forecast Manitoba and Saskatchewan-Northwest and north winds; colder. Alberta-Fair and mild. idity and district Policei.Court � : :, One drunk appearedvin rpolioe court this morning, and was' assessed'the usual fine of $3.00'and costs. ' ~ Re-Elected Trustee Ellison Joseph H. Ellison has been-re-elct-ed trustee of the Aetna school" for a} term of.three years. Sons of England Notice The S.O.E. R.R. degree meets tomorrow night at 8 o'clock sharp In the S. O.E. hal'i. The meeting .will ,be followed by a free and easy; and carpet I ball. ' CO.f.'Dance A grand calico ball will be held under the auspices of theC.OJP. on TliurBday,.January.28i in the K. of-hall. All ladies are requested to bring a tie made of the same calico as the dress, which will  be handed to the committee. This will,he the feature dance of the season. . Service of Intercession at St. Cyprian's The usual weekly service of intercession on behalf of our soldiers and Bailors, who are fighting the Empire's battles, will be held lA St. Cyprian's Churcli tomorrow (Wednesday) even-, Ing at 8 o'clock. Everyone, especially those who have relatives or friends at the front, should attend this; service. Word From Ross Taylor A letter from Robs Taylor, son of Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Taylor who is ivHtb the let Canadian contingent at Salisbury, was received last plght. Ross has just returned to Salisbury after six days in Londou. He says the contingent. 1� expected to leave for the continent on January 20. TUSON-To Mr. and Mrs. E. P. Tus-on, 612 loth St. South, on January Wth, a dai3shter, 32_j business locals . The Auction -Sale advertised for Tjiesday next in, Saturday's issue !^hpui,4 haye read ,643 8th' St fiopth, and'upt as./jrinted. See J Stimulants/ Bad For Nerves Taking stlmulantar-to relieve nervousness:,and :a: general rundown ^condition of. the health Is a practice that cannot be condemned too strongly^ When your nerves are ..oUt- of order, you need some .jreinedy .specially. adapted^for supplying them with s the netessary food and tonic �'.properties to ena(ble them to regain strength and ^health.' No matter what ^the cause of . your nerve trouble^rno'-niatter what-outward form it .takes-whether  sleeplessness, .irritability,^ neuralgia, indig^sSo'n;. constipation, listlessness oiTil^ck' of strength . and-energy, -wej.-recommend and 'g'Safantee'.:JggJ;-Rexall' N^rye Tablets witt-trelp you-or .your money 'back.j;. . a ; . Rexall Nen'e Taiblets are, we' believe, the bjst ner.ve^foqd .^nd || tonic we car^y. That lS:.*hy'Ve || say to you that Hf-. they ^o not h satisfy you, lliaf if you do not feel convinced after using them that they have helped you and made you fee} .stronger and more energeticand 'better In every way, weJ'^^Jtht you to come hack and get your money. prices ,50c AND 41.00 J.D.Hipbotlia)nftCQ.Ltil. The ^anUiSt Stont Moose meeting at 8 p.m. tonight in Moose /Hall, Second avenue South; Visiting .'brothers welcome. . The annual business meeting of Knox church will-be>held tonight, in-stea'd of y'Wednesd^iy,;., Members of the congregation" are asked'to' note the change oftlme. ' - ~' ... CITY AND DISTRhIp MISS.Fitch Returns ; /f .MlSBiDora.'B.: Fitch of the Chinopk Coal Co'.,iireturneS' yesterday from her home Mil'Kansas, where she "was call-^ jed to the deathbed of her lather. Cardsten Reverses the Order - The salary of Principal J, W. �Liow% of the Cardston school has beeif rals-; ed from-f|1450 to J1630, but the principal 'has: .been shouldered with the responsibility of the'Secretaryship. Foremost Train Still Running V Rimior reached the Herald today that the "train to Foremost would be takeuLoffChief Clerk Gllmore of the general offices here advises th^it there has been no Intention to discontinue the we'ekiy service to Foremost over the iLethbridge-Weyburn, so far as he jknew. . The train 'will be" operated as I usual.on Tuesdays. The Foremost station has been closed as an open station and the ag6nt recalled, but this does not affect the train service. Westminster Prayer Services A series of district prayer meetings are being held, each Wednesday evening at 8 p.m. by Wstminster Methodist church,, preliminary to. the evangelistic services,: beginning February 14, led'by Evangelists Gilbart and Mc-Pherson.- The following Is the order for this weelc,.to.which:all friends and neighbors are'dordial'lv Invited: Home of Mr. Bryan, 1813 fifth avenue N.; Mr. and ;Mrs. 'P. Shaw, 216 Twentieth street N.; Mrs. Dixon, 401 Nineteenth street N.; Mr. and Airs. A. Rose, 1269 Fifth avenue N.! Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Tiylor, 523 Twelfth street N.; Mr. and Mrs. Wm. We^tcott, 1516 Third avenue N.,-.and Mr. and Mrs. Miller, 131 Fifteenth street N. �* FIFTY-SEVEN CANADIANS DEAD A BOARD OF MOE Commerce,;Jan. ;.19i-Commerce organized its (Irsf/Board-oJ Tr^de oa Thursd^ evening last-with the following ollicers-.-i .. President-T. f,W. .Crofts. First Vloff"Pres.-r�eo)Cge . Staples. Second: Vicer-prcs.^A. E. Muirhead. Sec.-Treafl.-i-'W," f;. IBogers. In additiojifeto vthe.:pre^iil�^^ who is.a promin.'ent faEmer.-oI* .the district, , there,5--.w Plain. Of this number 21 died-of spinal'meningitis,^ which appears to have been-epidemio since the troops: reached camp. There has also Jbeen I a large number of. cases of ipneumoaia Iwhlch have proved fatal; several accidental deaths and two suicldefl; With the removal-of .many of the troops from their swampyiQuarters, it Is expected deaths will be decreased. erPY Affll.DISTRICT Captain/^Ld.B.v^aton, Now. Dr. li.B.i Mason iOf/Iiethbr wlio left Bomes.TV'eekS',agO^^;w.''s: Piles Cured'ln?'a'^t*ri4.Day#U Druggists refund/ - ^' ' "''" OINTIMBNi; feUnd.^.;Bl, m Friday the siihdt;0�illii.;F,C.t Dance The: Coledpnian vlf'ootball club will celeb rates infmembry;i'Foufth'*venue and Eleventh ;str'eet Sinth,..: It^ls .comfortr able, warm-akdiW^^''tVentllated,and Jn-cludes two -'^rodBi8jf:fltt6il-. 'up.'^ tables andr-armcihalrB,i''BC:;:.oloak'vroom and larder;' Thjeiinstitute.,;!? � open every Monday .'andl'^Tirsd^ay .nights for Cards, chess .'^nd'oHeckers, and also, contains - njagai'fh'fciltera'tures. - � The membership :fee hap l)een fixed at the nominal sum: of one dollari CARDVOFi-THAfilKS , Mrs. Ian:Hansj>'H and:family -ivlsh to tliank their friends''for'their kindnesp and sympathy, (i^rthtelrl^te,ibereave-ment. ' ' ' 32-1 .... � , . / . :' .y.l. �^^,.f^:v^;-^^.;..r-... � End� Dry, Hottrse or Painful X:ough� Quicktu A. Simple,; Bome-lwade lte�ar. 1 InexiieBatTe Hat ;VBe4(wiled : * ^�t^i>4..���itii|..�i�i|i'�i|i �.���"� , The pirompt and positive'results riven by 'this �: pleasont-tastinflr ' home-made cough-syrup has causedat>;to,be usad in #)� more homes^ than anylotherreiiiedyi It Kiyos almost instant rtfie* and will usually (Overcome the average oouRh : ih 24 hours. ,Qet 2% ounces Pinex.*(60 cents worth)' from any. druff store, pour it into a 16-ounce bottle and fill the bottle;with plain gronulated Buj^ar syrun.- This makes 10 ounces-a.-famiiy Bupp1y-H}f the most cf-fectivp cough remedy at laoost of only 54 ready-made cough medicine sily IT as much � _______ for 12.60. Easily nrcpared"�nd never.,poUs. Full directions with Pinex.. ,;.:.: - , The promptness, certainiy mnd ease with which IhiB Pinex Syrup, overcomes a bad ooughiSWielst or, throat cold is truly remarkaafe?#Mt quickly,:, loosens ;a dry, hoarse ror-ibttnit: cough' and -heals and sodthesra jrtlWul cougTi In a hurry. With a porfljStniWIoose cough it; stops-the for-mation'df'phlcgm in the throat and bros-, chial tubesV thus endinjf ,tho imnoyinj: hackinff....... ^ . , Fines is a highly conoe�)trated compound of penuinc Norway pine extract, rich in guaiacol, andis famous the world over for its spltadid'effect in bronohitis, whooping cough, bronchial asthma andi winter coughs. : ' .', ' To avoid.disappointment-in, Bwcinfj this, ask your dru|�riBt for "2Jt onnces Pinex,-' and don't accept anything, else. A guarontee of absolute - Batisfaotion, or money promptiv refundedj .noes with this m-eparation. The 'Pinex.: Co,* Toronto. Sherlbcic Building IN THE, IMMEDIATE. FU,TURE THE TOP FLOORS-OF� THE SHERLOCK Bu'lLDINQ:. WILL BE OPE/NED FOR OCCUPATION AS . . - ' � . , RESIDENTIAL APARTMENTS. INSPECTION of THESE 80. PERIOD SUITES:'I_8; now: INVITED, the' ROOMS ARE OPEN DAIi:fY FROM 10.rA. M. TO 2 P. M. and,3 1*0 5 P. M. ....._.JPTED AT THE FRONT ' >Gdli!' HerbertColbome Nanton, a Cknaillan;' of ihe i British Engineer c