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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 20, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta � I FRCE bus TO ALL TRAINS. Hotel Windsor ;|1.28 a Day Hotel In mibarta Buy Your Groceries where you get: tke Best Goods for the Least Amount of Money THAT HUMAN NATURE, AND WE ABE LIST AND-YOU WILL SURELY AGREE WITH SUGAR-Rajtlnond, 20 pound sacks- ; i Price per-sack .....�..... -. POTATOES-Best quality Albertas- Price per hundredweight .............. .$1.25 POTATOES-Kxtni quality Ontarloa- Price per sack ____....................i$1.50 ON.IONS-Best_quality B. C.'s, large size- Price, 8 pounds for............ -......;. 25c SODA BISCUITS-Mooney's or McConnlck's- Large pa'ckages, 2 for....................15c Small packages, per package 10c NAVY BEANS-Best quality. 3^4 lbs ........25c QUAKER OATS-Ijirge packages, each ,....25c ROBIN HOOD OATS^Large packages, each..25c PORK SAUSAGE-Farmer's make, guaranteed equal to ^anything you have ever tasted- Speci�l, 2 pounds for ...................35c PORK AND BEANS-Libby's, medium size tins; Special. 2 tins for ...----...............25c SUNLIGHT SOAP-11 bars for.......50c ROYAL CROWN OR GOLDEN WEST SOAP- 2 packages tor....................:... .45c TOILET SOAP-Good quality. 8 for .....____25c TOILET SOAP^ld Brown Windsor-It) cakes for.....................----,..25c SATISFYING THAT;NATUREJl LOOK OVER THIS US. '��-^v''.-; ,� CANNED TOMATOES-Vihe Brand, large tins-, - Price, 2 �or-\..;,i..^.'..x.....u........25c ' CANNED'CORN-Harvest Brand, none bettei^ Per tin;-...........:........v..',...100 CANNED PEAS^Vine Brand", standard- Pet tin . v;^'....,.. .v......:_______........ lOc CANNED REANS-Harvest Brand, finest quality; Per tin ..... .v..;.'._____...... .10c MILK-SL Charles, per. tin ;.........;..... .10c CATSUP-Size 28, per tin .................. 10c COFFEE-Chase ft Sanborn's Seal Brand- Per pound' tin, ........................46c EATING APPLESr-Plneflt. quality, per lb.... .6c ' COOKING API?LE&-:-�hctfa:: per pound ...... .4c LOMBARD PLUMS in heavy syrup, sanitary tins, 10 for .;$i.oo BARTLETTPEARJt-Heavy syrup, in sanitary ' tins; price each ..............15c Or 7 tins for.........................$1.00, RASPBERRY PRESERVES-Home made," like ~ mother used to make, put up in perfect aeal sealei-s.. Your moiey back if not � satisfied-'i-.l Pints, each..........:.......:... .;.. .40c Quarts, each ..... ............75c Ask for Harvest Brand Jams; guaranteed absolutely pure. Price about 10% lower than WagstaiVe's or Smithes. ILFIWE PBESINI Tl� quBStion of stockyards was dis- j :�K�Bd-at-some length -and the ,ut-;nipst_ w^et vr�s expressed that in I boti OiTgafy "and Edmonton'the mu-.�Bloftjwa.stiwkyMds. proposals had fail-l od >o ma*�re. Oo-operative hail in-1 suta�icc,, in the ophiion of the board i was a ytature that could be made! fsucmrtflly. The drought in certain %eotic�uj of, AlWtta -were lamented in .--- --Ik, v*�.-iv��u'.the; t^ort. The, directors espressed , ilittioW/" deslfeig wlOi tstonstioBal diBappointaient that thev were unable peaBe,tniB trade m4 tl� italslng *t a :to.do Bio*e to secure more protec-^ Ecliet fuad.io allariate tbe distotea ^^r^ tn farmer ODoasioned 1)y the war were adopted tyttiB United PaEineBs of Albertaiin convcmttoQ this morning. Tbis.altunoaD /tbe ijaBBBieent f6r !tlie. vtoe^pnii- Office: Phone 1271 THE GOOD CO. , Phone 525 HIGH CLASS GROGERIES tion to fanners under the oil leases jogulations. The report concluded wtt-h Si raCerence to the war and stat-'ed the faith of the farmers m its favorable outeome. to move and second throne ADDRESS Ottava, Ont, Jan. 19.-W. G. Weic-iel ni�ml�er for North Waterloo, will ;llie: sudden and laitimely death of \V. I ! I jI.;TregilluB, former president, the ;:.,':dirifctors.took up the nuestion ol �viample; markets and reported that the Mr farmers had been successful m block-:','jng to bnng them into be-,  Ing. ' BORN BBASiiET-On January 18th, 1915, to Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Beasley, a son. �� '��:�' , , 33-1 Sherlock Building in the immediate future the top floors of the sherlock building will be opened for occupation AS RESIDENCE APARTMENTS inspection of these superior suites is'now INvited. the rooms are open daily. from 10 a. M. to 2 p. M. and 3.to"5 p. M. Protect Your Stdtk aiid Poultry J A small amount of money spent for worthy foods and remedies for your stock and poultry to protect them during cold weather will prove' a paying investment. - STOCK FOODS AND REMEOIES We have "Royal Purple" and "Pratts" veterinary iremedies for all animal disorders, condition powders, etc., stock foods that economize feed because they supply elements that cause the feed to assimilate perfectly, thereby tuBnishing the^ greatest amount of nourishment. : on. aid, Dr. George Marrs, H. B. Aln* worth. . Other elections resulted as Jollowsi Congregational treasurer, R. f, Wali lace; congregational secretary, B. C. McKenzle; chief UBlier, J. G\, Roberta son; congregational additorV'.K, J, Ritchie Paterson. A gdueiVi dlEc-uSElcn tctSfe xAsca oii the 191S budget, and a flnanolal aa�> vas was approved of. At the close of the meeUniC a plew-ing musical programme wan rendered; and refreshments were Barred. T'het meeting was brought to a plose with the singing of the National ijtotltemi V\(EDNES"D^V'8 GRAIN PRICES Winnipeg,. Jan. "20.-Opening and closmg-prices on the grain exchanges today wBfe-: Wheat- V  Open Close Jan. ...vi.... . 1.38 May........................... 1.391 1.413 ^July .....................1.40i- l-4ai WINNIPEG CASH PRICKS Wheat- � � No. 1 Not......... � No. 3 Nor. ..... No. 3 Not, ,.;............... Oats- No. 2 CV.'W................... , No. 3 C.-W. ......':.,......... Barley- � - . > No. 3 .....;@.................. . No. 4 ..v;.:..: ..... Flax-/ ��� No. 1 W. C. ; No. a G. w.':...;..^=..;i.....�,  CHICAGO , Wlieal^- May...................... ;.30i Culy ......... .. 1.22s ' .MINNEAPOLIS . � Mav .......1.33?^ July .....................,.....1.32J 1.37 J 1.3,5 1.32f 58^ 55i 72 08 1.61i 1.58i 1.43 1.256 1.36iJ-i.35 ALLAN Winter 3ailiiigi^ ST. JOHN TO LiyERPOOl, Calling at Halifax one day Latei* S.S. Corslcan ..t.^.^.i Febi S S.S. Hesperian ..^^.t Fab. 12 S.S. Scandinavian .;.*t Feb. 2( S.S. Corslcan .....w.... Mar. 12 Excellent accommodation available 'in all classes. TIeketa can be . aeeurad for frienda and relatives In the Old Country, and all arrangements: made for their passage to their homes In Canada, by applying to any authorized agent, or W. r. ALLAN, General Northwest Agent; , WINNIPEG, MAN. IN HEART OF GITY HOTEL SA*V50Y .  8EATTI.E "Twdve Sterinof SoUaCemfert" Absolutoljr fireproof-concrete,' .�toel and marble.. Enlarsed lobby. New Grill-flnUBt on CoMt, EUROPEAN rLAN^Hl p*r day s^ Willi B�tkt-$2 per dvap' OF CANADA Illustrated War Lecture All the scenes worth seeing from the beginning of the war until the present date win be shown at the Y. M. C. A. auditorium tomorrow night, January 21, at 8 o'clock. There will be upwards of a hundred of these plc-tupres thrown upon the canvas. Mr. A. E. Dunlop has kindly consented to lecture. This ensures a profitable evening to all who take advantage of the opportunity offered. The handling of the slides will be iu charge of A. E. Smith of the Herald, To Mr. Smith belongs the credit of aeveloplng tl�e , ..picture3 und^r no little expense. Evil eryJ)ody is cordially, invited to .come if a'nri'onlnv'thin .nri-vlleee. . tn have a little talk,' said the niajpi;-iujbijujjbcu. .. eeneraf 'I am glad to be able to state whi'ie not dealing directly with the flmt a move if coming and I expect war, is an- attempt to examine tlie we wUl all be eating dinner id Prance, c'auses which divided Europe into two I I Arc Your Children lieuiiiiig ito Money? : Each maturirig son and daughter should have a personal ^'Savings Account in the Union Bank of . Canada, with opportunities to save regularly, and training iri how to expend money wisely.'' Such .ah. education'in.thrift and saving will � prove invailuaWe In later life - � GRASSY LAKE BRANCH LETHBRIDGE BRANCH  A. B. KING,Acting Manager  G. R. TINNING, Manager I J In three weeks' tiine.' "Major-General Al�lerson congratulated the men in theli^ good work and splendid spirits despite their hardships. He -was vigorously cheered. "it is announced, no further Canadian privates are to have commissions to ICitchencr's army. An order Issued forbids any presentations ' i being made." � � , � -. great rival camps, and led to the groupings of the powers in the situations in which the outbreak of hostilities fouiid them. Mr. H. W. Church will be chairraa-). Programme commences at 8.15 p.m. EARTHQUAKE Only One "BROMO QUININE'.' �Whenever you feel d cold cojnlngr'on/ think of the l!u4l nam?,''" �*"�'""" BBOMO QUlNnyHB.' AMONG IONIAN ISLANDS Paris,' Jan. 19.-rVlo1ent : earth-auaUbs oc'ourred on Monday in Zante and.Cepbalonia Islands In the Ionian gibup," In;the. Mediterranean, accord-.fion-,Athens dispatch.'. It is f.qar^ ''SK^J:^,^�^X9X>\