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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 25, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta FREE BUS TO'ALL TRAINS. . Hotel Windsor �Mt $1.26 a Day Hotel In Alb�ru I Mall YoHi' Wfifccili Rcpails^ To the Leading (Jeweler* --^--:v . � . ^ ARMSTRONG AND ^l,AWORTH BROS.^ Quality First Means Taylor Made Winter Apples of Fine Quality Wo hayo ji^st se-curida S'^ry fine iot of >Vln(ei- Apples at a remarkably low price. They Af\' consist of Yellow Newton Pippins, Paragons,& Scott's Winter. Special while they last, case -. er Kanaisha are having a despeiate figlit trying to efiect the rescue of the Belgian relief ship "Camino" c * � � �: ? '> * ? ? ? �> V ? .> > > ANTI-PROHIBITION RESOLUTION *' One of the most important resolutions ever moved, by a delegate tnvill be introduced by S, W. Tuclvw^ at tie naxt meeting 'of the Trades and Labor Council on Thursday next, which reads as follows: "In view of the crowded condition of the labor market, and the enormous increase of uoem-ployed men that would extsue if prohibition passed, we, the Trades and Labor Council go on record as being absolutely opposed to such a measure, and that we, as the central labor body, do aSlln our power, in conjunction "with the local Bartenders' and Brewery Workers' unions to legitimately oppose the"passage of such a measure. ? > > :� � 4- ? ? Herald Picked the Winners A Herald representative made Jhe drawing from the coupons in a sealed store this drawn are published on another page. Royal Arch Masons to Instal Officers Sheklnah Chapter, No. 158, Royiil Arch Masons of Canada, meet in regular session-on-Wednesday next, at 8 p.m., in the Masonic hall, S.O.E. block, to install officers for the year 1915. Visiting companions will be heartily �welcomed. ; MONDAY'S GRAIN PRICES "Winnipeg, Man., Jan. 25.-Opening and closing prlcefs on the Grain Ex-chiange today were: Tlie AUies of this great war are making an exceptionally good showing at the front. We have just received a fresh shipment of Nylo Chocolates KNOWN AS THE ALLIES, SPECIAL ASSORTMENT whioh are making a name for themselves in Canada. . These are strictly fresh. A very nice assortment. A made-i'n-Canada chocolate at a special price: 75c a Box Phone us yorur order. We guarantee you will (be satisfied. The Kenny & Aliin Co. Limited. THE DRUG-BOOKilfBTPRE PHONE 148r?� Wheat- Open Close January ....., .. 140 May .. .. .. .. .. 143% 144 . July .. .......... 144% 144% Closing Cash Prices Wheat- No. 1. Northern ,, .. . .   . - 139% No. 2 Northern .... ...... 137 No. 3 Northern . .. ...... 13514 Oats- No. 2 C. W. 61%' Barley- No. 3 ............... 78% Flax- No. 1 N. W. C...... 1651-4 Chicago- May ............ 144'% 145% July............. 128% 126% Minneapolis- Jtay ... ......... 138% 139% July............ 136% 136% Sept.......... ... 120 119% It is your privilege to take your presorjpllon to any. druggist. The physician has no right to require you to take it to any particular store. No physician is apt to criticise your jiudgment if you bring your prescriptions to us for compounding. let 4js fill your next' prescription Phone to 556 and we will send for it and deliver the medicine In very quick time. The Red Cross Drug & Bodk C�., Limited CITY AND DISTRICT Kentlshmen Notice The Kentish association will meet in St. Mary's hall at 8 o'clock on Wed-itesday evoning, instead of tonight. Mr. Hamilton, on Executive The annual meeting of the Alberta Ijand' Surveyors' association was held In Edmonton last week, and was well attended by members from all parts of the province. The following were elected officers of, the association'for this year: President, A. C. Talbot, Calgaiy; vice-president, J. L. Cote, Edmonton; secretary-treasurer and registrar, R. H. Cautley, Edmonton; members of council, J. F. Hamilton, iLethbridge; H. P. Keith and R. W. Cautley, Edmonton. Phone 555 Third Ave. S. Recruiting Dates Cardston Squad February 4, 5, 6 CP.R. Train Changes Beginning with �, next' Sunday, Janiir; ary 31, the Maclieod-Calgary service on the C.P.R., consisting of trains'540 and 537, will be operated on Sunday. This change of service had been made in view of the fact that Spokane-Calgary expresses will be taken off on ^ Monday. Trains 538 and 539, running ' between Lethbrldge and Mac'iebd, will not continue to run on Sunday, as they have to date, after the end of the month. The Spokane connection wUl be the 540 out of Calgary. Deal for a Rranch Tlie Nanton News understands that tlie deal between fhoinaa Boulton and John Carmichael,"parties of the first part," and Wm. D. Ransom and Richard C Lowe, "parties of the second part," for the transfer of the old Joe Mcintosh ranch on Willow Creek, has been completed, and the new owners have taken the property over. The agreement was made some time ago. The ranch comprises approximately six thousand acres/both freehold and leased lands, and the consideration was between $30,000 and 535,000 in real money. Mr. Lowe, one of, the new owners, lives in New Haven, Conn. Old Council Re-Elected The election of council'iors for the current year in L.I.D. No. 70 resulted in all the old council retaining their seats. The ccuncil thus consists of the following gentlemen: Div. No. 1,. , , ^ t ^- lE. J. Scott; Div. No. 2, Richard Cardston, Alta., .Jan. 2a.-News ar-jcoates- Div. No. 3, W. T. Eddy; Div. Div. No. 5, R. B. 6, Thomas Hammond. The first three were elected by acclamation on the 4th Inst., and the last three men were opposed, but won out on the 11th inst. The first meeting of the now council will be held in Cowley on January 25 to organize and for any other business. rived today setting the dates lor re- j^^. 4 W. B. Smith; cruiting for the "C" Squadron oi the Goad,' and Div. No. 13th Mounted Rifles. A message directed to the Herald correspondent here, reads : "The 'C Squadron of the 13th Mounted RWes will recruit at Cards-ton on Thursday, Feb. 4th ; at Ma-gratb, Friday, Feb. oth, and at Lethbrldge, Saturday, Feb. 0. H. 13. Brown, Major." The major further notifies us that the equipment, consisting of uniforms, saddles, etc., has arrived at Calgary and may arrive here at any time, so that drilling in earnest will commence very early next month. The local men who have signed the provisional list are organising a military band which will accompany the! squadron. This will add immensely to ' the pleasure of the hoys who enlisl and will help advertise Cardston as one of the livest of live towns. brings hp^ayler,. more obstinate col^s, often "Ihan the;cplder wea-thei'tif win1:er:' Aii3' it. always seems to be trile! that 'warmer weather colds are much harder! to dispel, aiid usually are much more tedioUs and. uncomioftable ,thaB( those ot winter. ' ii ' The Men's Own It was,, an exceedingly, studious, thoughtful and well-reasoned address, which the Rev. Victor Ho\vIe, M.O., BjD., of .Coaldale, presented to the Men's G*n yesterday afternoon, and consequently a stimulous and cause . for self-rfetrospect and Invitation for personal examination by the men wlio turned out to welcome Mr. Howie upon his Initial ^islt, and to receive the counsel and benefit of the speaker's forethought upon bis selected i subject; "The Intervening Glass." The topic basis was an extract from the Apostle Paul's connection with the Oorinthlan church, "Now we see jj through a glass darkly," and Mr. I Mowie, In an able and practical manlier, &ade a present-day application of the extrict, and poitited out how by a careful study *of and the setting aside ;of the numerou? .present, ^every day ' intervehtibris'aiid'obstructions, it was possible to eradicate the maiiy.miB-conceptiotis which prohibite'd the I grasp aid possession of right outlook, oljligatlon and attainment of 'lite in its highest, iioblest and truest form of service. � Coi^ Tablets are for heavy colds-the kind that ordinary remedies do not seem to reach,effecti,vely. Gently laxative, pleasant to take, they seem to get right at the cold. The relief they afford is usually so prompt and decisive as to excite the patient's wonder and admiration. Rexall Cold Taiblets are, we believe, the very 'best remedy for hea\T, deep-seated, obstinate colds. No matter how severe your cold is,'we guarantee Rex-^all Cold TaBlets to relieve you and satisfy ypu In every way, or your money ^ack. . Vest P.ocket Edition : i25c J.D. HigiRbotiiani & Co. Ltd. The L^a^UxZt Store The Ground Flbor store In the Macdonald Block formerly occupied by, Rawprth Bros. & Armstrong, Jewellers. Apply to � RYLANDS & CO. DRAWING AND WATER COLOR PAINTING Lessons Given. 1 hour lesson ..............BOo Classes for children under 10 years ...........w....... .2Sc , MRS. HINGS 69'Dominion Buildtng, KINGSTON .MOST IMMORAl. IMie variation.and purposes of our-rent-day glass materials were singled out in a most specific way with illustrative hints arid "suggestions as to the heist 'Way of gritdufttlng the process in order to attain tho Ideal viewpoints and-purpbses of. tirue being and living. A supplementary remark' of one of the men .iiresent suggested the address of Mr.^H'owle as being the most thoughtlfu! and pregnant talks the,Men's'Own has .listened to for a long whiles. , - . , , A fine'i^endering of "The Dream of Paradise, a solo by Mr. A. B. Jarvls, and the appreciated song, "'I'he Homeland," by Mr. W. H. CariiBll, added to the pleasure and education of the session. �' Alderman Save He Has Evidenc* That Would Cause Stench �Kingstoji,: Ont.,' ,Tan. 24.-Dedarlua that the ppiidd pystem was lax, tini that as a- result immorality, gamblihl and license law violations prevaiio^ in Kingston, A'id. Hulgh. C, Nilckle made a vigorous criticism of the po lice chief, in the city council. /'There is no more immoral, town between Halifax and Vanouver � thnu Kingston," ho charged. "I have tli^^ i evidence. It cost me ?300 to get it. brought three detectives hero from a prominentagenny. 1 will not tell you ail that transpired in those tan days; It would cause too great a stench." TELEPHONE NO. 322 KISSED BY ICY Bt^ASTS OF WINTER Part ot tho Britis'h blockading fleet on duty in the North Sea. SCENES OF THE GERMAN AERIAL R.MD ON THE COAST >')F XORFOMv I THE NURSING MISSION 1 BfoVides visiting nurses for mater-I ni^ upd all medical and surgical icaies (except contagious diseases), ; andvcharges.according to the cir-! cilniBtances of ^ the patient Poor ! p�tleats oared;for Ire* of charge. I 'Ofsduate nurses for private duty alsolpjoylded. For further partlc-' ulkrs,'apply to the. Nursing Mis-|.|fiOp.yi4W7Ui Avenue South. Phone ] iitz.p -, . . f . 1 (MlM)'A. M. Tillsy, Supervisor. ' (Missr M. A.' MacKay. Grad.* Nurse. HIGH TREASON CHARGE Htead of Big Toronto Crockery Firm in Toils on Serious Charge Toronto.-Emile Nerlich, 'jiving in fashionable Roaedale, and a member of the firm of .Nerlich & Co., was arrested on a charge of high treason. He has been soiight by the police since last Sunday, when he disappeared. Today he returned to the city and gave himself up. His arrest Is in connection, wi eeeatdllgh Is In connection with alleged efforts to secure the escape of a German officer reservist, who is now in the local detention camp. When Manchester, Eng., was v. rural market, Ghent was'Oie centre of the textile indasrtries of Europe. The p0'p\^i:n^3�acnmyapm'o^7Tf... Cromer, m�' fashionable- Yarmouth iB a popular resort for trippers, ab a Rtibiag 5 to wn it fflttfi'liofljp of tJ^o bloatev induatw. Gromer is a.fapbio�a))lo waterfug place. '�^Ja*:- ;