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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 26, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta f^^TMp'p' .u^:mfy^ii*f^' .**i-.?r*^^� ' -^y , s TbaAtt I'RAINS. Windsor Day HeWI In DAILY HERALD IMail Yoiii- Walch R^flairs TO the Leading Jevyelfra-j J__-7 , ,1V ARMSTRONG AND RAW0RTM;-'6R08. I Quality First Means Taylor Made Winter Apples oJF Fine Quality at an Ektria tiiiw iPrice We harejust secured a veiY fine lot of Winter Apples at a retnarkwbly lowpWoe. They ^4 Afl consist of Yellow Newtou Pippins, Paragons & Scotfs Winter, Speolal while they last, case ^ I ��lU (Treenings, not veiy many. Special per case . ............ . . -$1-50 Orrauulated Sugar, 20 pound sacks. Eacli .................. .$1,35 ----- -----.--------, -. -o_i,J TOMATOES-iiarjge sanitary tins,-;' solid pack- 2 tins for .:.]i-... .2Sc LOMBARD PLUMS-Sanitaryitlins;'10 fbr. .$1,00 GREEN GAGE PLUMS-'Sanitary tins- 9 tins for.............................$1.00 CORN, PEAS AND BEANS-Finest quality. Price per tin................................-lOc HARVEST BRAND PURE JAMS-5 pound tins, full weight; per tin ____.........75c and 85c Office: THE GOOD CO- Store Phone 1271 ______- _______Pliwe 525 HIGH-CLASS GROCERIES m WEATHER - 3 -IS - G -35 -U - 2 -23 -24 .13 .01 .10 .31 Good Skating 1 -At- Henderson Lake 'Two Quarter Mile Circles of Good Ice ^Warm Dreaaing Room for Ladlei Gentlemen's Check Room. Ligbt Liuiches Hot Driiiks r People's Forum Lellibridge, snow ...... Edmonton, clear ....... 0 Medicine Hat, dear . 10 Kcgina, fair .............. - 8 Port Arthur, cloudy.. 0 Calgary, snowing 20 Moo."!e .law, clear .... - 1 Prince Albert, clear . - 1 Winnipeg, clear. ......... -10 -32 , Clear and decidedly cold weather has been general througliout thy west. Light snow fall has been general in .'Vlberta and western Saskatchewan. \ FORECAST; Manitoba and Saskatchewan-Fair and very cold today and AVednesday. ' ' ! Alberta-Fair and cold today aad Wednesday. NO CHARGE FOR SKATtNG Lunch Includes: Tomato Soup, Pof! ,^ MARKETS Third Number of Lyceum Course Mr. Ash Davis, cartoonist, lecturer and story teller, will be the third number of the Lyceum'course, arranged for by Wesley chiirch. He will be here on Wednesday, February 10. Those -Who have heard the two former numbers will look forward with Interest to this entertainment. TUESDAY'S GRAIN PRICES ; Winnipeg, Jan. 26.-Winnipeg mar-kets for today:  Wheat: January ........... 140% dlay....... ."..........l-it^ 144% July................ 144% 145% ; Cash ;-Prlces;:., . � Ko. 1. N^orfhem ........ 140%. Ko. 2. Northern. ...:. ........ 138 % No. 3; Northern............ 136 -CHICAGO WiHEAr? r May..............'. 14&%a46H MIftNEAPOLIS WH�AT iMay................. 138% 140% July ... ........136% laS'^ September..... ........ 119% ; 121%, LIVESTOCK PRICES -VElBTERDAY Calgary: ; Hogs ?6.75; Cattle, $6.35. Winnipeg: ' Hog�, $7.15; CaiUe $7.25. � Chicago: , Hogs, $6.70, $7.00: Cattle $S.5�-$9.25 LOCAL WHEAT PRICES �. Wagon lots: Ko. 1. Norther nahrlud cmfwyp puna Ijlo. 1. Northern .............. $1.19 No. 2. Northern ............. $1.19 No. 3..Northern............. $1.11 : ,No:'l Red................... $1.19 No. 2; Bed................. $1.16 No. 3. Red .................. $1.11 iIMPERIAL CONFERENCE OFF ; Otja-wa, Out., .Tan. 25.-According tp an ,Ottawa dispatch in the Montreal Gazette, no Imperial confereaoe sVill Ije held this year, in spite of tlie fact that such a suggestion has been made recently in London. ., . � -.- ' For delicious flavor and aH-roui>5| fine quality there is ^np tea equals,^taesaos SalaSa. And then IfjlB'not cheapened -with dust as many.Jpther teas are. REPLY TO MR. SALVAGE Purple Springs, Jan. 25, 1915. KdXtor Herald:-In the columns of the Letbbridge Telegram of the 21st Inst. I-notice an article headed "Relief. Agent Denies Charge." Now this supposed denial is directed at a statement of facts which I was responsible for having put In the Lethbridge Herald, and I would be very much obliged to be allowed a few more words with Mr. Salvige t^u-ough the columns of your valuable paper. The relief agent, air. Salvage, does not; come oiit openly and make a denial; oJ my; charge, but deliberately ahd:>maIiciouBly misquotes my statements In order to convey wrong Im-preasiMSl'. I' woifld be pleased if the iHefald'wcsiid publish my charge at j"Mr.." Sah[^ge. in the same issue aa thMe lines are printed, and would then Mk the, rea^ (of whom some, anyway, stre intelltgent) as quoted - ^ , ^ , j, , � froiii the^ Lethbridge .Telegram, to : -"^J"!}?"'',r�""g ""f,��"',*Jh,,o careMly note my statements and'see ^^^he, Herald beis to acknowled.se U. thW can �nd where I used- the '^tJ^^'^} f^^'^t^LT.^f^Tl phrase "contemptible government .aid," "contemptible aid," etc., words iQsei maliciously and moreover false-'ly by Mr Salvage to convey the impression that .1 had spoken on these terms reganling'...the government aid, which all will acknowledge is a Godsend to the people, and we should all praise our government for doing such a upiMe. and praiseworthy piece of work. Now, has Mr. Salvage got so far as to Imagine himself the government? My assertion is, and was, that he iB a contemptible agent, after the manner of treatment I received at his hands. He quotes me as saying "contemptible aid," etc. Mr. Salvage deliberately sidesteps my accusations, and'while saying that he Is "desirous of making plain," hastens to point out that.he,Is allotted a designated territory, namely, range 13. Now will Mr. Salyagf kindly state why he is so willing to write out relief orders for man living in range 14, and even as far. west as range 15, providing they will: come to Grassy Lake to trade out thair order. i repeat -what 1 said in my former article, and I challenge Mr. Salvage ! to/take, my statement as printed and ahW where there is one sentence false or misleading. And furthermore, as sojue of the good people of Purple Springs are trarv'eUing to Gnissy-Lak.e io-'dotheii-trading, I have no hesita-: tion in saying that I am certain Mr; Salvage pulled off'the same stunt on! them .which he. tried on me. It Is'; very plain to see that the government agent.at Grassy Lake is using his intimidating methods to,pull for-Graasy LaJce merchants. Kindly note tha.t I do not, nor'did I in my former article say one word about Conservative storekeeper, as the editor of the Lethbridge Telegram takes cuch pains to point out. The editor of the Telegram is very apt, as are a lot of tlie rest of his kind, at twisting facts around to suit ^is own case, and I would like to s^y that if necessary I can verify rgjr- statements with eye this affair. Now, Mr. THE BULLETIN BOARD Notices for this Column should reach this Office berore 12 o'clock neon on the day of publication Loyal Order of Moose, No. 792 meet tonight in Moose Hall. Visiting brethren welcome. It is your^' privilege to take your prescription 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 judgment If you bring your prescriptions' to us for compounding. LET US FILL YOUR NEXT PRESCRIPTION Phone to 555 and we will sen^ for it and deliver the medicine in very quick time. The Red Cross Drui & Book Co., Limitiii Phone 555 Third Ave. S. CITY Aj!ip DISTRICT Carnival Postponed Owing to the visit of Major-General Sam Hughes to Uethbridge this eyen-Ing, the. management of the People's Rink feel it their duty to postpone the 'hard-times �carnival till tomorrow, Wednesday, evening. Mayor Arranges for Trip Th^ commissioners were busy this morning, getting rid of details before the departure of the Mayor for Ottawa on Wednesday. Letters were received froh^-the various-cabinet ministers at..6^awa, expressing their interest in/aiid. support of the resolution passin] by the council endorsing the iristitullon of a Federal Labor Bur-esui- MrSjf'TllIey, on behalf of the Nirsing Mission, waited on the com-missiohera-with reference to local relief. A letter was directed to be ad dressed to)E. B. Sloan, secretary-treasurer of the band, asking him to meet the cominlssioners to discuss matters as to instruments, etc. CARLSTADT ELEVAJOR ^. � ,,, � BURNS: LOSS '^$20,000 Medicine. Hat, Alta.. Jan. 25.-The Wiest Grain Co.'s: elevator at Carl-stadt, containing' '5000 bushels oi wheat and.1500 bushels of, flax, burned yesterday Loss, $20,000, partly covered by, insurance. mi 'BURDETT NEWS P^rst Ward, Young Ladies' Mutual Im provement association. Miss Hazel Allen, secretary-treasurer, $4.00 of which goes to the Nurses' Fund, Red Cross society, and $4.00, to the Ambulance Motor Fund. The donations have been handed,over-to the treasurers of the proper'.organizations. --T t Leo T. Enalieh. Defeated At a meeting of the Trades and Labor Council, Calgaiy, Mr. Leo T. English, vice-president of the Alberta Federation of 'Labor, and candidate for re-election, as representing Calgary district, was dgfated .by J. Knight by 22 votes. Mr. English was at one time secretary-treasurer of the Federation, and prior to that tline activ in labor circles in Lethbridge; SEE MARY FL IN THE HEAR THE HILLS i;.^lvage, t^at you have made your miafloadijt^ reply, the best way to set-i tie ifciB affair to all concerned is to ' h'veaf ou and I and representatives of j the^Rivernment meet at a given time �e and settle this to the satls-6f the government and the �ypu'ask for an apology. This, Salvage, Is my apology. R. H. BENNETT, Purple Springs. THE NURSING MISSI jProTldoa .visiting nurses tor mat rivate duty ;a1is6'')!provI(led:, For furifcJBr partifr: |�terfi���Ply . to :^ti*,' Nursing iiip-Bloji, 1414 Ttk Avenue South. Ph�ne (Mlaa) M. A. MaeKmr. GrMl.vr^Urae. iJtWlati) ,J.. lyiAckenaie,- Grad; i-H^rkjii Seats for "Chocolate Soldier" oh Sale Owing to the unprecedented demand for seats for next Monday night's performance of "The Chocolate Soldier" at the Majestic Theatre, it has been found necessary to place the seats on sale a day earlir than prevjous'ly arranged. Consequently, intending patrons of this celebrated comic opera, may 'now make all ne-cessarj- reservations, the plan nowl)e-ing open at the Hedley Drug Go's store. This performance promises to be the most auspicious one In the theatrical history of this city, and the delightful opera will be presented by exactly the same company and cast that has recently appeared in all of the principal cities of the east. Young Peoples' Social at the Y.M.C.A. Tomorrow night, January 27th, the young people of the various churches and community will hold a social.'in the rooms of the Y.M.C.A. All of the building, . excluding the dormitories, will be given over/to this event. The program arranged is as follows: Assemibly in the lobby, after which everj' one will promenade for a re-spectaible length of time. On the heels of this there will .be started a full fledged parlor atlUetic meet, in the well adapted gymnasium. Entries and the whole paraphernalia of a genuine field meet will be followed Here's a "Starter" for the men. Bring or ifiail your- Safety Blades to us to sharpen. No matter'wliiit make they are. They shave better than a new blade. Single Edge per dozen......25c y Double Edge, per d'ozen.....35c Durham-Duplex, dozen......50c Hollow Ground_. each........26c J.D.Hi9inbo|ii8ni&CQ.Ltd. The ^MtoStstor0 BORN CRAWFORD-To Jlr; and. Mrs. R. A. Crawford, 626'Ifth St.:. South, a daughter. , ; 3S-1 DRAWING AND WATER COLOR PAINTING Lessons Given. 1 hour lesson .BOo Classes for children under 10 years..................,26c MRS. HINGS 69 Dominion Building. A GERMAN SOLDIER "WRITING UP" HLS DIARY j Burdettj Alta., Jan.'25.-There were :no seryiCj^"-at the Methodist' church .'on Sunday, as the Rev. Mr. Cook was at Edmonton, attending a temperance jconyentionv \ ' ; The farmers will probably not get ' telephones In this district very soon as the cojnpany is reconsidering its plans. ; ' John 'Vdlk, six miles south of town, lo^t a valuable ccltlast week, by falling into an old well, i A very enjoyable evening was spent at.the.yhome of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Campbell, iso.uth of town on Friday evening. The guests numbered about sixty, and the evening was spent in music and dancing. A delicious lunch was served, and everyone made meriy. The school children, four miles south of town, are practising for an entertainment to be given in the near future. Piles Cured In 6 to 14 Days Druggists refund money if PAZ.O OINTMENT fails to cure Itehmg, Blind, Bleeding or Protruding Piles. First application gives relief. 50c. TELEPHONE NO. .322 WHERE GERMANS TRIEDTO VENT SPITE ON EDWARD VIT. WO m PAIS OM HONOR ROLL Ottawa, Jan. 24.-A, casualty lis't received today confirms the previous uiioilicial reports of tlie. d'tath in action of Corpoial Norman Fry. and Lance Corporal Uftllinger ,ot the Princess Patricias. .John Norraan, Willon, Wilts., England,''was ne.xf of kin 61 ,-------- tlie former, gnd Mrs. Bellinger of Ot- out, consisting of such events as the ta^va, the latter: 'iW death' is ' re-20-yard dash, a running broad grin,; ported c-r Pfe, J; H: Charfdler, 14th the long under swing, a continuous; battalion, oi 'spifiai meningitis. Next glum, which is an evening's fun in'of icjn resides at'Christ Church, Bar-itseif, the candle walk, followed iby. j,adoes. Private Douglas Leauh ot the Princess-Patricias is scrio'jsly. ill at Boulogne oi spinal ratningitis. He b(S-longed to Calgaty. Next of km Mrs. Barley, Spring; Court, Calgary. Bugler 1-lenry Bayliss, aioose Jaw,, reported wounded: Mrs. Bayliss of Lythcn, Lancashire, England, next of the inimitable changeable ho;-.se laugh, the shot put, balance .'u?5le. long learn whistlo, and finally the 5 (lour grasp, which cottsists of a pan 'of ilour in which is plaooi a penny. The penny ran onl.v be grasped in the teeth, whioh is apt to cause some diffl-oulty, as flour is not the easiest thing to be nosing through. A -M.-.iaical program will be in reauiness, and last, 'but not least, every^uody will be served with refreshments. It surely 'will be a great evening's fun. A largo crov/d i.s expected and have ''oeen planned for by the com If in. Amsterdam, via Loniion, .lun. 25.- The Uritisih air raid last we?!, on the resulted in the dc- FOR THE BATTLE FRONT London, Jan. 23.-Salisbury Plain preparations for departure continue rapidly. The overwhelming ma onty town of Essen of the men there art-- today hanlv, structionof 400 war aulo!v,obilcK, ac-healthy and in th<^ finest possible cording to the correspondent of the i r----.,j V."."-1 form, and every otfs is eager to be Handelshlad. The autos were in n re-. mittee. Do not forget tomorrow' ^one Nothing drofirier or duller can pair shop which was v.-recKBii by the i night. 8 o'clock, at the Y.M.C.A. be imagined lhanSthe nlain during the British bombs. Tiic loss of this large And by the way, an entrance fee!past two moufhs, and Northern shop and its elaborat-e e.juipmsnt, the -wlU he required, consisting of a cup Francr will seer a paradise in coni- correspon4ent nwitmues, has bsen a and saucer, and spoon. This is in parison. 5-'' .' �serious blow and the Germans have order to help the committee, for it People -who..kni-w Northern Prance'been compelled to take over a pr'Vite woruld entail considerable trouble (o hope the contingent �JU1 be transfer-! automobile factory at Aix La CUip-obuinentmgl). �f these for the people red to some distrc* 'iillteb yj g-gandyi I pelle, "wljarp-hundrcyjs of Dutch w/ilt-who will be there. J dry camp. j men have obtained employment, ......... " " ll^'^'^^^..' 77 ;