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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 21, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta m I FOR THE VyEEK'pNb WE.HAVE A SPECIAL ASSORTMENT OF FREjiH V^^feTAluW A FRUITS FRESH OV^TERS-iOoast..Sealed, solid, meats- ' Just in.^fPeV .QuHrt >^. >... .90c Per PJnt .,,,...., /. , ................. .50c FlNEST- BANAr^AS-liftr^e siie. well, ripianed;! Per daajSni'.....,�; .Xi'-.   �  �. -  .... .7. .*0c HEAD LiETTUCE-Eash I............., .7.. .15c BEST CELgRY^i-IWell bleached and crisprr- Price 2 J pound?, tor...............�..... .25c CAULIFL6^.ER�.i-^I.ovrest maritet price. FRESH COOOiANUTi^Efi61i-;.. ."....160 and 20c CREAM BRlcK'CHEBS^.^Wi8consin make, yerj^ fine, per pound vvv! J..V.................... .20c SWEET POTATOK;r^3 ,ppund8, for, ............ sugar-20 pouBa >ncks,.'M5)h,.V.:.........I1.3B farmers' PORK.' SAUS>!^QE-Mad� vntw, .the �4 NEW MAGRATrt CREA^VIERY^HUTTEB-2 IbB for 7�o FINEST DAIRY BUTTKfl^t pound* tor...$1.00 GOOD size: NAy�L:Olt,................$1.7B Office: Phone1271 THE GOOD CO. store: Phtne 525 rilGH-CLASS' GROCERIES A FEW SIMPS ''2 Lots in Block 162, haliCMdck frdm the car line, for..........:_____'.----:. .-$400.00 6 lots, VioWia Park, casli /.......$1250.00 lieeit^fToiitage on 6th A*e.'SoutliV corner l3:etii:Stifeet; in Block 120, for.$2400.00 ||jtf?!ttrneT itots in ParT^ fete0^g*i^d':A:tttb,^gdjoa r^it, ea^.^:$606.6o" \ 7 ..... ^ . te|^0 or-more Brewery Shares' below p E V. DOOE�t CPhone 1441. ' Lethbriclge. .Box 327. m Protect J^ur Stock and Poultry A small amount'of money.spent for wortliy foods.andsremedies for your stock and,j)oiiltry'to protect them during.cold weatlier wUl proTe a paying "investmiBat. STOCK>VOOA8. AND REMEDIES We haT�,-Tloyal Purple*" and "Pnitta" veterinary remedies tor' all animal disorders, condition powders, etc., stofik � foods that eeonomue feed bec&use they anipply elements'that cause the feed to assimilate perfectly, thereby furnishing the greatestcamount of nourishment.  � '� ' ....... PODLTRY FOODS AND REMEDIES ' Keep your hens in good money-eamlng condition at tiiis season by giving them a good poultry powder. It will .keepi the entire flock healthy, and iealthy hens never fail to lay. 'Vye-sell all of th^ good poultry powders whidi can-he relied upon aa a positive, preventive and cure of.all ordlnarj' poultry diseases. ' The Red Cross 0ragand%okC^^ Ltd. WAIT FOR THE BEST YET SIMPg'ON'S \raiTEWEAR IT OPENS SATURDAY , MORNING. :  S0i ing to the recovery of the follow- ;lng;v ^One Brown Gelding, weight 1260, wearing heavy halter and: branded Quarter Cirele -JC on' ileft shoulder. J /.{One Bay Mare,- weight about IIMSO .pounds, wearing halter and ^^j'jinded SJ on left shoulder. ||||Both strayed from Cox's Dairy 7th Avenue South, last Ijinrsday. i-M WEATKER 1 12 1 - 1 -16 - 8 .04 .10 .04 Lethbridge,' cloudy ... Bdtoonton, cloudy,, .. Calgarir^ fair .. : 1 Medicine Hat, Bnowlag �jPrtnee' Albert, cloudy.. Sfoose;: Jaw, Cloudy .. Reflna, cloudy;.. . .. Winnipeg, cloudy .. .. Port Arthur, clear.. . �TheJweather iff M'anitoba and Saskatchewan has been cloudy and cold. In Alberta cloudy' and moderately c61dv;'with a few,local snowfalls, it yJv ,.,-..:.�� Forecast ' V^estem -Province*-Fair and cold teday^ami. Friday.-; Max. 30 22 30 36 10 13 4 -6 4 .atin. 13 .04 1 Tt' opporeiiw w MAYOR HARDIE GOESTOOHAWA ON SATURDAY Clean arid P ure Mi �*rhe inner part of the wheat 1) ei^; ground,' bolted and dressed* by the mo^t^modern machinery under thiil careful vigilance of most.^.. ii[ poiiipetent millerai That's It ' 20.-eing?:do;se:r elsewhere, in the DomlnlonV ^^J ' ; the .-morning. eesBlon mm mm CITY AND DISTRICT General Hughes'vComlng . All Right Word reached the city this morning from Calgary that: It is almost certain that Major-General Sam Hughes will visit Lethbridge on his return from the coast. Two or three days^ notice will be given. 117 114 lOfl 105 :AL^ WHEAT. PRICES -yVjiisbn loU: iNo.a''"*or. 117 No. 1 Red.. No. 2?N6r. .. 114 No. 2 RRed.. V Np. 3^!No�. .. 109 No. 3 Red.. Jio. 4 Nor. .. . 105  No. 4 Red.. ^^TrackVprices: 2So, V Northern.........'.. 128 "4 k^.Nb- 2 Northern.......... 120% ^;,.^o','3 Northern.......... 118% J^oJTRcd ............ 123% Bed /.-,- " iiiyEBTAeK a PRICES: .YESTERDAY -Hogs; ?|6.80; cattle, J6.35. io?fHogs, �7i75; cattle, J7.75. pjOgs,. ;|6,6q-�7J:dr cattlie. Ci FOR ,^HM8,0f MONEY an.3]21�gfProvisional credits .ttf?fl|^'flj'*(tr'six months of r'^AJSOunt' t^>'iii525,2fi4;407 francs ,70p;tf52.381)>for the general ^^473,4417262 Jranos lityoiat 5'.,stateni[e^Hpub. Get a MaximMm Hot Water ;Bot-tle for your little one's bed;': You. can't imagine-what.a com-�;fort one is these cold jiights .imtll you have tried it; Put one in your' own bed, and see.how. cosily-warm it will keep you. It will make Sleep more refreshing-^will permit you ^ to ventilate the sleeping roomlbet-. ter Avithout catching cold^viill pay for itself many jjimes this winter, in comfort and better health. . You will find the Maximum the long-service kind that we guarantee it to be. Pure rubber, sWlied workmanship, care, attention to de^ tails-those are �the. reasons. ' , Three Sizfes: $1.25, $2l.25i:$2:m''^'^ J.D^iiiginbott)ain SCO. ltd. The ^l��Ca�l Star* TELEPHONE NO. 322 Mr, Elton Won Case In the District Court on Tuesday, a claim for compensation against the Ellison Milling Co., made by a man named Lazaruk, for' a broken leg, was dlsmlBged with costs by Judge Jackson ior lack of prosecution. Poapst & Virtue appeared for the appellant, and D. Horton Elton for the respondent. Will RerOpen the Sherman W. P. Nelson of the Alberta Loan & Investment Co., and formerly manager of the local branch, is In the city from Calgary. One item of busineBs to which he is giving hia attention, is the r&openlng of the Sherman Theatre. The building will undergo alterations. Including a new front, and will and mercliants, and ed on-'thfec6un4l Ji lest against the tax, pigned- ibyptfactlcafly* jSMry i ,0 cernedwasr.iianded^i)^ Hi':' j; \V. McDonald,'batVifetdr, who presented the merchants-Lcase to the Mr. ti. M. Johnstone, R;e.;"' was appointed a metnber of the Gait Hois-pital Boartf to fill tha unexpired term one^cqnTjol Mr. IT. W. DojwnCr, reslgped-, from Jan. 1st- 1815, to- Jan.?'-lst.-. 1916. A request for information) re the city's Unsold bonds was received from .Council, argued tha.t_tLfe.p5?PPsed tax pretl Glenn=and company of Portland I would be 1 heavy buiwnbn.^theme^'Oregon.:, , 'chants, and one they ,could ill aftprd j Mayor Hardie was appointed to join ';to pay during--the present financla,!.the provincial delegation to Ottawa ,BUSINES9vL0CALS ^ Don't stay awa^ from the Lumber Sale on account of the cold. Eyeiy-Uiing will be made, warm and comfortable. Note the address: the old Rogers-Cunningham Lumber Yard,; 2nd -Wenue and 13th. &t. - 34-2 GENERAL VON OMPTEDA KILLED , Amsterdam, via London, Jan; 21,-^ Lieut.-General Frieherr von Omptpda be.open as a ^vaudeylBe and picture iof the German army, has been Irflled houseon completion of the work. \ ^^e western arena, at the head of his brigade. � ; I : Everybody Skates Tomorrow '. The Daughters of the Empire are holding 'a skating party at the Peo-ple'js: rink, tomorrpfw plght, to, which the public are cordially Invited. The management, of the rink are donating the.'ilnk:'-ae their .share to help the fund, which has i beSn heavily taxed lately. A .good sum. can be - realized if tHe public will.get in line and help. Tickets may be obtained at Jackson's drttgi-store. \8UrliinilT. New Manager A.'.O'. Cn>i^e,;'�(ta^lan^'B new mapa- a?.f#.!;.wV-t^i>va'', gei^(^ irallowfni;>t>e," turks-'disorganized , Soldiers In Syria Without Food �'",''�,�;;,.Dressed-In ,-Rags ,, and Cairo, ''iBgjrpV . Jan. , 21.-^PuBitlves. from Sviliareport that the Turkish soldiers ithere are without sufficient food andJtliat. the. army, is in a state of dlBOrgauization/jTheyafe clothed In sunimer^uhifofinsy which have been reduced to-ri*9;-  A- fOWe of 25,000 BedouinB; ,which,,wa9, recruited at Heh-ron at: the comw^ncement of thei war, 'regard, to the uneiiiployment situ-'was , left-. fp�dlesB,: and,,t^^^^ re- ion, arid will leave Saturday; turned^to-thiirhomBS in disgust. HEADGHILDRi � ' . . � ~ 'v;'-.''V ^':-V � At the annual meetlogC^of the, Zieth-brtdge Children's Aid Socl.ety last evening, Arthur Higlnbottam.:Wka>elect-. i ed president to succeedsfr. H.A; Mc-Kiliop, who has - administered the office with large suocess^fo^ two years, Mrs. George W. RoWson was i elected first vlce-presldeiit; Mrs. A B. Stafford, second vice-president; Mr, A. J. Irving, secretary, and Mr, J* B. Hodgson, treasurer* �; B;.' Cbaidwlck, superintendent oi: Neglected and Delinquent: Children, ^as present, and spoke briefly, commending the work of .the,'president, .Mir. 'McKlllop, and of M^asi Dalaty* matron of the shelter, and. Walter Lamb, probation officer. >Mr, Chadwlck BtateafHiat*lB assistant, Mr. MoDonaldi wouSd-ibe In I*eth-bridge about: Febniary^i 21,; and. would address a public meetlDg.on the work, aims and objects of the department. An executive ooinmittee "will named later by the omcers. . A vdte*ol' thanks-was tcudersd Judge Jackson for the donation, of $150 from the Grand Lodge-of -Alberta of the Masonic Order, and the donation of the dtliens .through the Herald fund was acknowledged with thanks, NEGRO LYNCHED AT; VICK8BURG Vlcksburg, Miss., Jan. 21.-'Hd. Johnson, a young negro, was taken from a deputy sheriff by a moby within the Vlcksburg city limits-yesterday and lynched. He had been arrested charged with stealing cattle. Hitting the Kin^Pm WHERE FRENCH WERE CHECKED (SNCfUVlOl �u  CHWIOMON erilWN 4 - i. .1-5. . First of all knock out the'liin'd'mice to health, then vigor;of'body. and mind naturally follows. Thousands, finding coffee -a hiu,clj^ajice, have struck it fxoiA thejr' daily diet and now use � '- ^ ' i POSTUM * Coffee contains a powerful irritani-4