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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 22, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta whtcK wUl be of considepaMe *ald to yoif:in U making your grocery all spin out fuijbheri'-; 4dc :i-i}6U6e; try our fresh gj-pund cotlee, per Vb..; JSuUe ^'ea, ..something Try a pound; Pot S>ound ............ Per oan p^^ con:............. Per can............... . Tomatoes, large size; Z cans (or ..... "Biunpkln; 3 cans tor..... I Com on Cob; Per gallon tin . '"Lthby's Hawaiian Pineapple; reduced from ioJ:...:... Hawaiian Pineapple;: special; 40c 10c 10c 10c 25c 25c 55c ZOc t. Liibby'a Perldoz^n ....... .v StL\ Cbarl�s MUk; Per.rcan . A........ - Sunll'feht Soap; 11 bar�,.for^...,. ...... .Salmon,, Bodkeyc; .P6r,*caa........... Sttlmoni Sockeye;'' �250. 2 f6r-,^:....A., Lemons; -Per dozen 25c and ; McIn!o8h :;Rea Apples, per b9x ...... Oranges;, _ Per jdozen, f25o and Grape Ii^it; Each .... �4 lOe .50c iSe 45e 30e $1.50 40e lOe LETTU 9ISm Per' can .............. fc3 U CooklnjS Eggs; * | ftfl 3 dozen for........aMU SUGAR 20 pound sack S1.35 roit. SATURDAY E A. McKILLOF Phones: 1113 ahd 416 :T.H'E L,E T H n R ts^fctS^El DAILY HERAt}^ PAGE RYLAND^'BIG ENDS TOMORROW GET A COUPOtN-$150 FREE SI. ANDREW'S iO ' , .PROMUSYEAil REPORTS SHOW MORE. MONEY ' RAfSED THAN IN IDia---- OFFICERS ELECTED ^iBAMAGEi) BY EARTHOlTAKE' 'J statue'of Marcus AtirQlius in Rome, damaged along with many historic tiiiildrngs by tile recent earthquwkc.In;Italy. * > i c . i American Federation ot 'iMuBleians haia 665 Iooal unions with a total i^eHbershlp of 64.000. ' ~ Two and joneAalf females. In this country are ^mifloyed' In-dOme�tii hud personal aeiVloe. : St. Andrew's Pmsbyiwrian church held its annual congicgatiOTial and business meeting last niBhi;, ami if the reports of tiie various oiflcers aie any indicatioa, the church ha.s experienced a' most successful ycai.-  Rev, A. C. Bryan, the pastoc. was in t-he chair, anil the meeting opcnwl with the singing of a hymn, scripture readinii; and prayer 'oflerod bv Dr. Ferguson, superintendent of mLsslons of the Presbyterian church in Alberta. After the reading ol the luinutes of the last annual meeting, the auditors and managers submitted tlieir re-;i)oitB. Mr. David Hume read the re-,port iOl itlre managers,..and it showed thatMn-spltev'of depressing times, the church,had raised considerably more m 1914 than in li)13, which was very igratifymg to the congregation. �Other teports were submitted as follows : The session, Mr. John Macintosh ; the ..Sunday school, Mr,' Bdwartf-Soa-: dy.; the Ladies: Aid, Mrs. B. Soady; the senior QhristianEndeavcff, Miss Forbes: the Intermediate C.te., Zo-. na Harlalan ; the choir, Mrs. Bryan;..' the Young Men's Bible class, Mr. A.! ' Mrs, CurrleVot Calgary, is th3 guest of Mrs, Morris, Btrathcona Court. lyirs'.-EJ^H. WJlson, Std Ave. south, 'iBentertaijiingJjit afternoon tea today for Mts. F. H. Mf-wbucn, Calgary. Tlie many Iriends of Dr. O'Hagan will be pleased to licar that hn i.i recovering rapMiy aflcr serious operation th?i,tiWav performed on Monday. -Calgary Nows-Tclcgram. Tlie pretty ijiiomo of Mrs. W, D. L. Hardie was..'wirongod yesterday after-riooB; with callers when she received m honor of hef daushtor, Mrs. Jones of irligh Uivor, who received with her. .,,,..,'.� �  Miss Glady;fi-D!an operation for appendicitis. Mapy wiU remember Miss Hardy, (afterwards Mrs. Arthur Mur-rellTVVright),..Mjho lived at St. Augus-tln's rectoryvJiere for two years pre-�i^'ious to her marriage. Mr. Arthur MufrellrWriglflifrad hton -with the. Union Bank fox twelve years and was mana^ru.ptfttljiBabranch at . Hartney. The first mtmmtion that he was ill was a teWgrtfiil early Wednesday morning follo3|y,ed-t\y another in the ,4fternoon to s'ay he had passed away .at noon. The;. Rev. Canon Mowat, of Oardston, will "lake the services at St Augustm's'on^ Sunday next. Li^kie; the Young class, Miss.AVilliims class, Mr. Lakie, Every report showed progress, 8^4- .....MILLER-SCOTT after 'the reading, votes of � thanks � Tlie'marrlsige^iof Miss Bessie Scott, were tendered to the choir, the Lad- daughter of the Hon. Mr. Justice les' Aid and.the church oflicers. ) Scott, took place very quietly Tues-Tlie members of; the BSard-of Man-: day atternoc�ii|.'last in Christ church, agers were thdu .elected as follows : Edmonton, tdjaMr. Stanley MiUer of Messrs,,; Johti-- jMacIntosh,. Arthur Saskatoon, ifcoreraonv was�per-Forbes, Duncania,McDonald;: George fofcmcd I'.y U|vi:jC. W. McKim, the Goldie, re-eloctea'^ Mr. Moody, Mr.;; refctor.'Mr.'.ftndJMrs. Miller left ,tQ Peter Ramsay; Mr. Oco. Coots, Mr. I reside-in Saskatoon. ' McLaren and Mr. Wm. Gol'die. Mr Hume asked that his name be dropped, r,^^ r Dr. FergiisoittgaJe-'aM interesting' and encouraging address, after whicli the ladies served refreshments. ..and. ji. social hdur'wafe'speii'K ^ "JOE" m IRIftL "^AnRACTSBiGXRiD SHIPLEY-LONG WORTHY ���.�A;,ver,y.: it^ffl^ting wedding . was: SolenMiized*g8�lto'>residence of the bride's..Ba,n>n'ta;,. MaKrath,.. when Miss Hattie A~LD^iworthv r,nd Joseph A-. Shipley �M^ewSRiiied m' 'matrimony. Rev. T. Smittii^ofBciating. AIcKON'KEY-iRUPERT , On January? 17th, pt Wallace, Idaho, Miss Ilat^e jArmmta Rupert al this citv, was unitedfin marriaRe to Mr. John Albcrft'McEonkey of'Wallace. The ceremony' was performed by-the- Rev. Wilders, The bride was formerly, .fl.jnember of Weslev choir, and is a-'Sis�j^r of Mrs.iKtlith Marmaro. TJiefhapW- ccumiBj,.-,w*ll reside m Wal- RED CROSS THANKS WOMEN OF THE SOUTH .Edmonton,..Jamj 21.-They hear.ijig pi the case ^^^b.V',J(�3eph;;-A$(. Clarke onsfeur.dbS^es ^I.coijepiracj? to cause crominal''kcts to be'commit-ted m Edmonton iJrous8d�:great-';.,m7. terest here, yesterday,, and.hundreds were lunnbled' to-gami-admittaiicc to the-court room, .i-':-. :Two.,-witnesses were called .'In. the iaotiiing,. Detective'' Haddock, ;:Svho worlfM'"under ccrfeE"'On the;.case for n^^r^:.ft1;e fr'l^ ^M�Sd]i^n.e-ret.. A^^^ ^;e'a*?in^\rV*^V*''^.trte wS leS I'^raS S desire to discredit Chief of l*ohce> J^'S^e ll^^ifj't""*, niriit o7c�srf^^'rni� .1^ Ur^r^^i El - Se�of^?he ''elm-and of Clarke s statement, thMA-Ua l^.Ht;S-i�f^+iiff'fiihd iipino- rai�iRrt hv S!.i'f'poSn t.''D.'8SK- HS!;fc>,"j�" >� ;"'t'SS� .� Detectives � Kronljig wast'dismis^ji ^ome'two weeks, ago.- . ' y A '�Prank Heaton sw'ore that he .'Kad-signed two statements at the.-rciueat. of. Chief Hill, and for so do^ng Hill had promised leniency and promised Heaton he would never have to si^ear to them, but. whe-ri the Clarice caSb was in its preliminary stage Hill haid' threatened him with imprisonment;'.!! he would not swear to the Btateirieiits already signed. According to Heaton; Hill had said it would look bad' for him, and that his job would ;te:;a6-, good as gone if Heaton failed, swear the statements m court, when: the hearing came to v the ; surreme court. The trial is expected to.; last two days. '"-ii'-J; ALBION RIDGE NEWS Edward Lynn Is still In CalgaryVon' the wheat exchange. He la, loyal ;aU right. Preilers the^Idge to flalttry. V John. Stuart was-elected trii^^e tq-fill the vacancy made at the,Bjcplrftr tlon, of the time.oI Cleve. Housflr/as trustee of the Albl6ii^S;D;,-.'^v;v^M;'-->fi: Twenty-live coyotes are rep^oTJipd to have bci^fi/ killed In : the vWIiilty ;6f Keho Lakes vduring; the^ast fe^vdaj^iir.v: Miss Kathleen Lynn leayifis'^? thij week for Calgary, to train ; aS', nurse �t!the Holy Cross jHowltaU, V, Sleighing is still; the order'Ot lie day, while a (ew mtlea the south wheels Trad* unlonlBUXQf; ;J3&p*l^^ endeavor'by somo.mcans to thank all thosS who have interested, themselves in tins, generous gift... i . "Vours very truly, "Noel Marshall, � '.'Chairinan Executive Committee, "Canadian Red Cross Society, . ".(Toronto). �' The'follo'iving is from Miss iM. Pink-ham, Calgary .- *, i'i'l beg to acknowledge With thanks j-oui; draft for $2,025 to.cpvcr the coVt> of the motor amtulance, mscrip- S A T U R DA Y Is $1.00 Day at the Bay $1.00 $1.00 $1.00 $1.00 $1.00 $1.00 Blend $1.00 Buys These Grocery Specials 9 �aJiB Lombard 'Plutns for-........; 6iCaris Strawberries -For v.......... 6 cans Cherries For ...i..v.. .,..... 9 cans Tomatoes; (large Size) ........' 5 cans Peas and 6 cans Beana for...... 10 cans St. Charles Milk for 9 cans Kippered Herring,'for........ S'idoz^n igood Gook- injg;,|]ggs for .'...... 3 p'ounds- Cardston iiutter' for.......... 3 4>0unds-Bf.. B. Imperial Coffee, fresh ground, for ...... 17 pounds of.'Rice For .1, vV. ...... Lux, 'i.B packets For ./V.5 ...... Sunjifeht Soap; . ':fi*4,-ijnin ZS. bars for .'.........MP I .UU 24 pound 'sack. H, B. "Seaf of Quality" FJour arid 1 can Eogo f.$1.00 Other Specials $1.50 90c Pineapple; 25c 35c 45c 25c 35c 25c 25c 10c v25c 20c ^206 Generous Money-Saving Opportunities Her� White Flannelette Night ft 4 ft ft Dresses, regular $1.50.. . Fine Nainsook Comblna-tloSa, lace trimmed ;.. Ladles' Corsets, D. & A models, regular Jl.BO .. Brassieres, front and (back fastening......,, Underskirts of silk taft and satlnette ......... Infants' clips, fine flannelette, 2 for ......... One box Mcintosh Red Apples for .... 1 pound tin Robert--so.n's Marmalade ... Libby's new season 1. pound sizes'^ lor.............. 2 pound size- (Tall), 2 for 2 pound size- OSquat), 2 for ..... 2% poundsiie-^ .(Squat), each..;,.., Ghrlstio's Biscuits;  linixed, 2.pounds for Jelly Powder; 4 for .....-------.... 2 jcans B. C. � Salmons tor ; v Potato �our' Per package ....... Van'^Oamp's'- Soups. (assorted), 2 tax ... White Onions; Per.bottle .......... Mixed Pickles ; Per bottle ..... .....- t $1.0tt $1.00 $1.00 $1^00 $1.00 Infants' Wool Coats for fl� A Aft , infants, .Wre wool ..... * I .Uy fiaby'B :^ol Overalls all �� � f\fL wool,, regular |l.2B ,..;. * I .UU'l Chllpren'e Plush Fur .*4 rtft-Siats,' white and. brown^ I .UU-Ghi'ldren's Sweater Coat ftft plain .anid fancy knit ;.. # I "VU Childrefl's Jerseys, all 4 AA shades, plain and fancy *|� I iUV' Jersey and Gaiters to ft 4 ftft inatch, complete...... $ I illU Fancy Dress Goods, values to |1.50 . .\.... Blanket Cloths and Metalasse Cloaklngs liAdies' Mocha and Kid Gloves, wool lined Plaid Rugs for steamer, , Pullman or auto , Motor Scarfs, ibeautttul styles, up to $1.75 'Fancy Neckwear, ldv�ly models to fli.OO ..... Leather -Hand Bags, solid Ibather ........ iLadie^S' Hosiery, black, �* An all wool; e pairs for ..9laUU Webb's Delicious Choc- ft 1 ftft olates, assorted, S Ib^..^ I pUU .NelIson.'s,.the cho(X)Iat� ^if am that's' different. '3 libs.9 � .UU Lace Cuirt&lns, cream-A^d � AA ;-#hitei -regular $i:50 ...v9 I ^UU Extension Rods, 54 lnB;'( Regular 40c; 5 for Cretonnes and Art Ba-teens, 40 to 606, 7 yard*. Art SilKolines,;yd.\i:ide^4�� A'i| very pretty, 8 yards for^ I .U.U Bed Pillows, Art Ticking covered,- eaxdi .. Tungsten I^ampa (40 Watt size) 3 for ....... Carpets, Velvets aqd Brussels ............. Green Monk's Cloth & Art Berges regular $1.50 j;ip !BugB, SUc 9't9', Oriental design....... Portiere Draperies, green and brown...... Men's Pelt Hatsy good shapes and colors ...... Men's Wool Shirt* grey .'ibrown and fancy ....... .Men's Night Shirts; white and colors...... $1.00 $1;0tf $1.00 $1.00 $1.00 $1.00 $1.00 $1.00 Men's Gloves,' Buckskin and Horsehlde........ Men's Bilk Scarfs, all shades, regular tl.75 .. Collar Bags in �taart cAades, regular fl.SO .. Boys' Wool Mitts, grey, black, brown; 3 pr tor Ladies^ Buskin SllpOers: slzea 3 and 4 only...... Men'* Gifthtliere Sooka' regular SSicj 5.pairs ..: LadlM' r�]t, Sllpp�n, fur trimmed.......... Ladies'Acadta Rubbers, A A cloth top..............#1 kUU. Men's House SUppeni ot ft 4 ' A A .plaid felt..............91 �UU .Men's, Ovewtaoep,'- sood '�M A'A quality, regular ^2.00 .. 9 � aUU Girls'Black'Button ' m4 A A .Boots,,11 and lli^'onIy:##ji.'iUl!U . Boys^. Skates, VBtaV^ ibrandl regular%:|a.50 >. 4P. lialRli $1.0(1 $1.00' $1.00 $i.d& $i.oii $1.00 $1.06 $1.00 $1.00 $i.oti $1.00 IIS' $1.0,0 $1.00 $i.oal $|.f) For Wine Specials'Pboiie 613 $2.0 IP Lethibndge and. .Calgary Export -BeeV, -per case o^.i'*-:.. ~'-------- 2 dozen quarts____.. Per case'of. . � -.'.s 2 dozen Pmts _______.... LeUibridge Malt Beer, per case of 2 doz. Quarts Per Ijfilahoe in hand of � $l42^59{v Re^ ceipts for the veartbtalWd: $10,038:45-'&hd eipenses $19,1.40.88; "lea:ving a halance m hand of 885.80.. The- cx-pen,diture includes all: .salaries held over from 1913 and full vs^ilafies for 1914. On Pec, 3lst,: the board- actu^ . F. A. 10 DEMAND PLEBISCITE Edhi^ntbii, Jan? ^l:^Bqudl suffrage i ganized in 51. During the �early part; wi *y,^ ,i-b.,+,v,. +r, m=rri'�^ -Kftmpn I of the year two secretaries w�r� ap- aiul -the gr&ntmg to married women of a legal-share in their husband's cs-| ^^^^^^ tates^were heartilviendorsed by ,the, southern half of the provinee. and R^vs year two secretaries wfsr^ ap pointed to carry on the cam]3jiigq'',uu-. der Mr. Gold, Dr. Fultca taklng.*Jthe United Fatmeirs of( Alberta this morn-iiig. The cjsnventlon.:not onlv endorsed^ the-equnlvsuHrage but adopted .�.resolution domandmg that the government submits a ,T)lebiscito upon the question as soon ,^as', possible. ^Tlle;.-rights  of married, women were introduced m a resolution from Sijn- ti'oiSiVof the same, and incidental ex- nyviUo-Unlcfi urging in addition to. pehses, from the women ot Southern Alberta. We are delighted to receive tlils.jumotmt and hope you- will thank cinfl Hvarmly congratulate all those .who took any part in, the organization pf the scheme. We telegraphed this... money vesterday to Mr. Noel Marsh'all': so that no lostV; H 'MINEH COUGH ',is the entering wed{(e for bron* 'chitis^ pleurisy,jineumonia or consumption. But it is a mis-takp^to take alcoholic mixtures or-drugged pills-^they leave the system weaker than before^ SCOTT'S EmUSipN {� taken brithonsands of mincni Ifeeanae It xcljevea the col^uid builds ny^ B^en{[t|i'by heljiiniiftlie blood; ? legal, share in � the husband's estate thali.no deed or mortgage .be. legal without the signature of the wife. This resolution was .commended .to thcdirectors who were instructed to act in the,matter, A proposal to divide the province time should bo I into t�i districts with a director, lor each was placed in the hands of: the directors.- A suggsstipn idr-distrlctj conventions was .also left^with'-.tt^ hoards:'The secretary irisportb^^^ there -were 509 registered;vdtilog!atBS. in fbtendance and. the" 'average ^riailli '^vayJare wau:set at $6;,per?;tt?l6gite,'' A resoli}tl6ii from Qleichen ieSBfectiii tie eetabllsjiment b^.i^fiprffviiiidjitlV an,...vWasiv.thrown:y:;oftJI^:l|HiSi;.!ltlr arovrers Qulcli beiijg ibpdoreed. 15??^' TEMPERAJfOEi qONVENTTOl* i 3tfor? than 250?dBle|Mtes tepreseiifr-Ing^ every ,;dlstric^t in .tterpio as-sepibled^this'fmoroijf&i^fi'^the Baptist,, phUtch.at5;1)ho4,dpeii%b ninth" sinnu^aV�flWveiitibn of ;ttie : Al-bertos-jtewiiiBr^pb: fuid^Mora ' ' " �" bjiedutlve the ally owed, excluding debcntutfeiip but including loans from bank, ailtii'DVounl. of $4,H0.05, against thha., howfiver, ' the town owes them $8i909;8t;'be.ifttsNat^.S Ing to state thati/hevcost'dl^oxkinK the school tor last year, Vex^tidinii debenture, etc., paymetttii' W&liV'!: 17 846,55. The astets , M amount to- Wii liabilities to ':$3u,i i^i.vx,,.^. surplus of - assets ovet > Mill $11,295 77. Aldridge the northern'' s?ction,v isDrv Fulton retired m. July owtn^^iKjjpreB'^i sure of work, and Revi; AWrioge ,WaS4t superceded by Rev. R. K.,PwK>4te�4 he had been selected aa CohsetVatlve* candidate for the Stfatlico4i:,i>arUa-5 mentary division.  . .'.."',;-x^f ! CanadttihSebutflS organizlbgl'uiiUnMi^li ,___. mm Op/TUA COUPON-4180 t-BLE The Xvid^rk is Your ; ^feguard Leagiw:- The^'report of tlje exeou deaUjuk'Witto^^^actlvitiea duirng past if^aji>\itks,^tfAA by W. F. Gold, ,p!n^^JS^p^rgtary,>'lt|,dpalt^ largely wifltet)w\-WQ�l?^f orgapwRttQn duping f,-iS^ad''t. b()en-^''v?af(^^^ 'lea^bv al'r^^'l Ask for. Blue Bibbon and maKe sure you get Iti It stands for ' Send thi� AdvwtifemaBt with -Mm �:'fdi 53 18 ;