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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 22, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta mmm. Exifa Ldw Prices on the Finest 0�ality Goods^^ FRESH OYSTERS-Const.ScJaleU, solid meats-r-.fwst in. Per Quart.r.;'.-i..........;.. * ;,90c Per PJat /. .50c IARMErI": PprtK''SikOfiiAQE^Miide. under the MPW LAID EGQS^&weBt marlfetprtce';'* - * FINEST pound* for ..$1.00 GOOO SIZE N^VCCop^^^^^ dozen tor iv.-V.......""inZ Extra lirge;6nc8 at i.......... � ;..    ARPLES--in perfect oondltion, all Ko. 1 CAnadliin, ^ irrown.. a atobdr otWnds; percase .;. JMB- FINEST BAI)�ANAS-lJ�rge size, well ripened; - P^r dozen..............................:. 40c HEAD: LETTUCE-^Katll . \ .........15c BEST CELEBY.-,\VB]J.bl8acfit>il.nn(l crlsp-^ Price 2 pounds tor ^ .,--------->........, .25c CAULIFUOWERS-r-'I.iowcsl niarliet price., FRESH COCOANUTS-Each ____... .15c and 20c CREAMBRICKCHE ESE-^Wlsconsln make,; very fine, per' payad......................'.. .20c Office. tHE GOOD CO. Store: Phone 1271 high-class groceries Phwe 525 WEAMEft m IIEEW SNAPS 2 Lots in Block 162. half block fi'oin the car line, for ......................$400.00 6 Lots. Victoria Park, casli ..... .. .$1250.00 :125;feet,frontage on 6tk Ave. South, corner ; I 16th: Street, in Block 120, for. .$2400.00 i Corner Lots in Parkdale for .... .. $500.00 ' 1 Overla-ndlAjUto, good repair,-cash.' .$600.00 J 20 or-more Brewerj'^ Shares below par. E. V. DbOLEY ^ Phone 1441. 'MifyiL-:':,.^ ' : >,^�:'�� Lethbridge. Box 327. � -Mfts; Mln. Lethbridge, clear ^. .. 1S - 8 Edmotitou, clear:.; .. 2 -26 ICalgktT. clear.. ,'. 14. 0 Medicine Hat, fair ... 18 -IS .02 Prince Albert, clear -8 r-28: .02 Aloose Jaw.-clear..,. ... 13 . -31. .02 Reglna, cloudy,. .. .. 4 -29 Winnipeg, clear ... .. 2-18 Port Arthur, fair.. .. 2 -20 The weather througUout "the west has been clear and very cold. Local sno'w flurries have occurred in Saskatchewan. - , Foreca�t Fair and very cold today-and Saturday. Local inowflurriea. m mm '.' Reward for,information lead-i^Jng.^o the recovery of tfie follow-'Ttha: � , � ;: One Brown Geldingi weight 1250, wearing; heavy halter and 'branded Quarter Circle JC on . left alioulder. One Bay Mare, weight, about . 9S0 poundSj wearing halter and ' >. branded SJ cn left shoulder.--i:/ ,;:^:Both strayed.from Cox's Dairy -1306 7th Avenue South, last Thursday. CITY AND DISTRICT Undergoes Operation Mr. W. A. Martin of the Martin Transfer, underwent an operation at the Gait Hospital yefsterday, and is progressing favorably. New Elevator "for Magrath . A Magrath report states that the Allison Milllng'Co. are considering erecting a new elevator -therlB to replace that destroyed by. lire,;over-a year ago.-- � . ,�'�!.'-(� � � ( . WaVner Pastor'at.;Convisntioh Rev. L. L. Orth.of AVarner passe;d through the-cttyi.''pn Wedaesday. r on his way to the con-fention of the Temperance and Moral.Reform league being held in Edmonton this week.. Rev. Orth also represented tlio -Warner district oil the"e.\ecntiveihoard. He=,wHl return Monday.or Tuesilay. For Belgian Relief �� The Sunday school of,.the.-First Evangelical church -of Waijier,. gathered a large box "of. clothing for the iBelgians. The people of the village in j general contributed. The project -was ; hegun on Christmas Eye. The bo.v was sent to Toronto about a weeU ago. . , , . A Great Book by a Fjne Author' �-.iviext Sunday morning. Rev./- Mr, Cobbledick will share with his con-THURSDAV'S ORAIN PRICES" Isregation the contents of that most Winnipeg, .Jan. 31.-Openine -na "'^^'^ closing prices on the grain cxIbaaKes ^/l ^"i,^''! to be Builded; for � * Jehovah," by C. Keenleyside, one of j the most attractive of Canadian writ-! MARKETS Your PrescriptioR Privilege It is your iprivllege to take your prescription to any dnig-glst. The physician,has no light to require you to take it to any particular store,. No phystclan � is apt to criti' cise your joidgment it you bring your prescriptions to us for: compounding. LET US PILL YOUR NEXT PRESCRIPTION  Phone to S55 and we will send for It'aAd-denver tjie- medicine in very quIck'timeiV' 1^ THE BULLETIN BOARD Notleea for th!t Column aheuld reaeh thi� Offio� -before 12 o'clock noon on th* day of publication- Carpet ball tonight at Moose Hall, Second avenue South: C.O,F. vi^, A.O. F.; Mooso,V8. S.OiB.; the public are invited. The Red Cross Drug & Book iCo.� Umite CITY AND DISTRICT Who Owns Them? A kit-of-tools and a waiter's apron have been found and are awaiting the claim of the owner at the police sta-tioii. . II Phone 555 Third^^Ave. S. d Open Close . ......... 1.37 .......... 1.421 1.42 .......... 1.434- 1.43i CASH PRICES Coaldale Will Erect Fine Big Assembly Hall today were . Wheat-Jan................. May-................ JulV .. �WINNIPEG Wheat- -. No. 1 Nor.................... No. a Nor................... No; 3~N6r................ CHICAGO ................... i.43i .. .................. 1.25i MINNEAPOLIS Mav . Jill,?' Selpt. enterptising'centre 'this momrng. The 2*fc^'i' hall is-to be used mainlv for recrea-; ^ tive purposes, will be two stones t^,^"'^ v. high, and will cost about $3000. -^: United .States citizens at Fort 'iEine. . Hoi.- AVallace' Nesbltt, K.C., of Toronto, has been retained by the Dominion government to defend them . � BUSINESS mCALS Don't stay away'from the Lumber Sale on account of' the cold. Everj--thing'wlll 'be made wann and comfortable. Nbto the.address; the old Rogers-Cunningham Lumber Yard, 2nd Avenue and 13th St. 34-2 St; Mary's Men's society will liold another of their^pbpular AVlilst Drives on Tuesday; Jan. 26thj in the Parish Hall. Six ..good priees and refresh-nients. .8 - p.m. 35-2 ' Caledonian F. Ctlance; Don't forget Burns' anniversary dance tonlg-M in? Bufgman's Hall,; North 'W^rd. Old Country, danoi?, i Tickets Hncltfdingi re-freshmentsV ?1.()0, i �  3B-1 BYLANi:>S^'BIG RUMMAGE SALE ENDS TOMORROW get A coupon-4150 free � � * �9! six middletons from � the., 'hat'-Inlist * Medicine Hat, Alta.,, Jan. 22. -'Six. brothers by the name of Mlddleton have enlisted from Medicine Hat since the outbreak of the war. Five are volunteers, the other being a reservisti He is attho frqnt. now, ,. - ? ,Klck' May Prove F.-jtal Grassy ,:^ake Gkzette: Alle Holte, whb wotks for his'brother-lu-law, Emil Wattunb at the livery barn and dray-ing, was kicked in the face by a stallion on' Sunday moaning and' may not recover from the'Injlury received. He was watering tT?b'-h-orBeB, when one got loose and excited' the other, nn, exceptionally kind and gentle animal, which reared un and kicked, striking the boy-with a hind foot square In the face. He was rushed to the hospital and was unconscious for a number of hours. It is now feared that blood poisoning; may develop. MAGRATH I.O.O.F, OFFICERS re-goers Is s la exactly prices 1: LOCAL WHEAT In wagon loads: No.. 1 Nor. ..119 No. 1 Red.. No:.' 2 Nor. .. 114 No. 2Red.. No; :� 3 -Nor.;.. 109 No. 3 Red.. VIOLATE NEUTRALITY, Amsterdam, Jan. 20.-German attention cf local thea drawn to tha fact that th the same company -that recently played the leading theatres of Chicago, St Paul, Toronto, .Montreal, and other largr; , cities. Get a Maximum Hot Water Bottle for your little one's bed. Yo-a can't imagine what a comfort one 13 these cold, nights until you have tried it. Put one in your owa bed, and see hcfw cosily-warm It will keep you. It will make sleep more refreshing-�wfH; permit youi to ventilale the slewng-room tbe'tr' ter without catehlaBfcoia.-will pay-tor itself many timer ffila winter, in comfort and better health. �: '� You wjll'jffind tli�{ Jlaxlnyim the long-seivioe .kind IBM ji^e /guarantee, it to be. Pure^Mbbier,'skilled -.vorkmansfalp, care, attention tb'details-those are the reasons. ' Three Sizes: $1.25, $2.25, $2.75 J.Q.fiiinbotfia|ftCo.Ltd. The ^S^iedXt Stortt TELEPHONE ,N,0; 322 Magrath, Alta., Jan. 22.-On Tuesday night the Garden City I.O.O.F. lodge had a visit from the Grand Warden of the Province, Bro. Miller of Carmangay. A good attendance of officers and members were out, and heard a very instructive address. Recently the following were Installed as officers for 1915: P.G., J. Farrar; N. G., Dr. Beeman; V.G. R. Hyden; sec, T. Kolberts; R.S.N.G., T. Davies; L. S.N.Gi,, C.: Christensen; R.S.S, A. Woods; L,S.. S. H. Woods; warden, C. Sindllnger; chaplain, D. L. McKlnnon; R.S.V.G., G. W. Heathershaw; L.S.V. G., N. F. Kent; inside guardian, F. B. Webster; outside guardian, J; Lamb. INCREASE IN ALFALFA, FODDER CORN. AND ROOT 'PRODUCTION Figures compiled ftom Dominion government census 'returns atiof,'. n pronounced Increase in .produotipii. oi' , &'ifalf�, fodder corn, pota,toeB and, root Winnipeg prond in Manitoba, Saskatohevan and to east last night. 'It is expected that for Its presentation here, j ;,;i'orts."In 1914 t^^^ the^Dutoh government will point out --:-------------.---- Uer corn was IS.-foC-and of thlsalroaV o?'nprS�n''alrn*),f^!.'JL^^ � .'^''^^ ' * * * * * > '> '> ? ? > > � ' '^.OOO acres were In^ the' provlno'e.. of i of iOerman aircraft over Holland are i J, j Manitoba. The average yield ,v Organized laboi- favor* .a , work-r m^nlB ;'�ompensation. act for -the PiS' trj^t of.^Columjbja. ^ " not conformable to-tne attitude of a bellleerent-or neutral countr>-. !.;, ' this connection it may be recall-. ^ !e4- the outcry made by the German, ,j, psess-withvtegard to-the alleged ^.iola- ^. tion pf Swiss territory on the occa-; slew of a British vlsH to Frlederlohs- * hafen. . '���^ . FOUR MEDICINE HAT NURSES OFF TO FRONT iiudiio Hi Medlelue Hat, A'lta., Jan. 22. -Four Medicine Hat uumes, Misses West, Kealy, Dunn and Taylor have been called to go to the front. Misses Dunn and West left this morning, and the, others 'will follow immediately. acre was a little oyer tlj'erand a,-ha!f-tons. Increase 'In alfftlJ:a^acreage lor the three provinces for the year Js .very nearly 5000 acres. . 4814 � Potatoes...... .18,847,000 [Hay and clover.. 5,a98-,O00 ? r Turnips and ^ ! , er roots . f i'Fodder corn [Alfalfa.. ... * oth-. lOl'd �5,2C8,O0lO 4,69.3,000 Sugar beoU... .^jm%000 3,696.000 3,2*9,000 57'?,,000 ........ ,BB9iO0O, " 33V;P00 The Allies Of this great war are making an exceptionally good sliowing at the front. We have Just received a fresh shipment of Nylo Chocolates KNOWN AS THE ALLIES, SPECIAL ASSORTMENT '! wblc^ are making: a name for themselves in Canada. These are strictly fresh. A very nice assortment. A made-In-Canada chocolate at a special price: 75c a'Box Phone us your order. We guar-antee-atftn win (be satisfied. the Kenny & AUio Co. ,'. - Limited. l^WEbRUQ-BOOK STORE . 'PHONE 148J, Fhoue 734. Phone 734. The Bentley Co., ltd. The Store of . , . Qiialitj^V Economy and Satisfaction. A. hargain is an unusual value. That value ma^' he Qua^it3^ Time, Economy, Convenience and Pleasure to the buyer.  Thei'Bentleydo.'s list given below shows the unusual values offered,. giving:, you' economy in your (buying, convenience by servicie, such as soli citing orders at your door, and^ by the telephone, and, satisfaction by prompt deliveries of your orders. Wo 'Strive tp make It a, pleasure for you to deal with us. Kindly ,do not lope. Bight of the fact that QUALITY Is our first consiaeratloli, So^ie Pi'iceij that force the crowds tp the Grocery Department Parsley. 10c $1.40 Freah^LettucCvCelery, ; Grape Fruit- :- BaiC!il:V:.. . Pptaioefl-r-... Per, 100 poualds. . .-' Cai^>bage-T-. 10 pounds for ....; � Calrtots- 10 pounds for,..... , Parentps-^ 9. pounds for ..... P^ets-� . ' 8 p6undB for ..... ' turnips- 15 pbunds for .... Onions- 8 pounds for .,.,.. Sugar, Raymond Per sack Mccohniek's' soatf?. Tins, regiilar 360 Owing to the large sale of 4B cent Jam last week -weisdli appointed ,a .lot of our. oustoraorfe. We have a large stock- fd today. No disappointment. -Hasplberry, Strawberry nnd^J 25c 25c 25c 25c 25c 25c $1.35 25c Puje Castile Soap Large 'bar Toilet Soap^ . 8 for.................. ' O. B. W. Soap-j-jprlce ...i... ' Tomatoes, large tins 2 for' French Peas-� Per tin......��......... Unsweetened Milk- Per can..............:. Plums--  Per can .......... Gooseberries- Per can '........ Cherries- Per cani____... Greeng'ages- Per can ......... Peaches, special Per can ......... 25c 25c 25c 25c 11c 10c 10c I2ic 15c 12ic 15c Black Currant. B( pound tins 25c 45c 30c 25c Gong Soiups- Per packet -------- .. (Oxtail, Mulligan, Mock Tttrtlo; Pea, Tomato, Scotch) Broth;)? 7 SuUina stove Polish, � 3 for ..... Ri'C. Soap- V 2 packets for;;....'.... Cltristlo'B Graham' VVa^era; .iarge'-itinB''-i..'. Vl^ater-Waffers-^ Per packet v.. McVlUici'Pace's �Biscuits; several-kinds-� 'i � Af\t% Per, tioiina tUW . Xiim)burger.',and'-8';!^-lftO'?i'eam V ch6"eflB-4',��:>��.�:��;�'-��' "OCi* Per pound , ,'W,!lv iB6gt CanadJI^niii. ' . ' CheeBe,>per '.p'ound'.''-y,y'^,cw,c ' It will pa^ you to deal ,-iyUh The Bentley Company lnducement/6r ,you',noxt' w6ek. liookoutfor omr adv.' youioryoxlr patronage. . v - \i ^"^:"i>^^--mf'f^:>^.:^ Chow Chow Pickles; Large bottle........ .v': , Chivers' : Marmalade; , Per jav Laurentla Milk; Per tin; IOC and ------.. Helntz .Tomato Catsup, regular,- 36c ......  FigB, regular 25c and 30o per pdund ........ Orange* and Apples, 25c 25e .15c 30c 2big A: special We'thank  '.��!-�S*i3jg 1863 ;