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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 27, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta - B Hotel Windsor IMail Your rvVatcii;^4airci Something to Crow About DR. RUSK'S CHIC FOOD Winter Apples of Fioe Quality at an Extra Low Price We Uave iust securad aivety fine lot of Winter Apples at a remarkaiWy low price. Tliey ��4 Ajtk consist of Yellow Wewton Plppina, Pavaeons & Scott's Winter. Special Avhilo they.last, caseI W Greening.s. not very many. Special per case ............ . . > -$1.50 Granulated Sngar, 20 pound saeks. Each ,. ........------S1 ii35 TOMATOES-Large sanitary tins, solid pack- . .2 tins ,tor i............................... .,25c LOMBARD PLUMS-Sanitary tins, 10 for. .fl.OO HARVEST BRAND PURE JAMS-5 pound tins, GREEN GAGE PLUMS^Sanltaiy tins- full weight; per tin .............75c and 85e 9 tins for.................-----........ .$1.00, CORN, PEAS AND BEANS-Finest anallty. Price per Un .................................^lOo Office: THE iiOOD CO. Store: Phone1271 HIGH-CLASS GROCERIES Phone 525 EH AND RACING BIGGER AND BETTER THAN EVER. Thurs., Jskii. 28th SAFETY FIRST Should be the Slogan of Every Drug Buyer Unless a Drug Store sells goods of standard strengtli and quality, customers' lioaUli is endaugrered. A feeling of security is always shown by our customers, because they Uave learned to rely on the quality and purity of everything tliat we handle. If this "Guarantee of Safely" TOeans anything to you. we should like to be your regjilai- Druggists. ^\ ft -� Remember our Free Delivery Service-r^Phone 555. Red Cross Drug& Booi| Co. Ltd. -PRIZES AWARDED to- Best Dressecl Lady / Best Dressed G^nt  Comic BreSsed Lady 5�nac tofi-^^ed Gent Coiijile Bace i ' Gents' Bace special Prize for Beat Lady Skater elbriatdd 1^ D. E. Macdonald. Only Masked Skater* allowed on ice until-9 o'cfock, when judging takes place-Skating until 11 o'clock SPECTATORS Adults.............. 15 Cents Children........-----. 10 Cents ADMISSION-SKATERS Adults ....- 25 Cents Children ............ 15 Cents Season Tickets Not Good For Admission. Citizen's Band in Attendance Hard Times Carnival AT THIB PEOPLE'S BINK TONIGHT Warm and Comfortable Dressing Rooms GOOD MUSIC A Barrel and a half of Fun. ;' Don't-Miss This Tonight. FORRENT The Ground Floor Store in the :iMacdonald Block formerly occu-ipled by Raworth Bros, A. Armstrong, Jewellers. Apply to ' * RYLANDS & CO. MARKETS  i WII^NIPEG MARKETS Winnipeg^ Jan. 27.--Opening and clostng prices on the Grain Exchanges .Wleat- Jan: ... ... ... Ma.y ... .,......, 144% July............ 145% Winnipeg Cash Prices VirhBat- ' , No. 1 Northern .............. No. 2 Northern *............. No. 3 NortHerii.............. OatB- No. 2 C. W................. Barley-No. 3 ....................... Flax-No.' 1 N. W. C............... Chicago Wheat ......... 146% ......... 131% Minneapolis Wheat ......... 140% ......... 138% ......... 121% May . July . y!a.Y � July . Sept. 142 145% 14694 14:' 140% 138 65 T8% 165% 148% 133% 141% 140 126% DRAWING AND WATER' ; COLOR PAINTING Lessons Given. hour lesson ........',.....SOc Cla'asea'for children under 10 ! years J...........,.... .26c -. MRS. HINGS ; 69 Dominion Building, ; iWaiiSOfl-rTo Mr. and Mrs. a. A. . vWUson, 9{;Tii.8t., a daugh'tev, yeater- �!'',�ayf*' ' 39-e THE BULLETIN BOARD Notice* for this. Column should reach this Office before 12 o'clock noon on the day of publication Tlie W: A. of St. Mary's church are holding a tea at the home of Mrs. Mitchell, 543 16th street N. on Thursday atttnioon. . Mrs. McKinney, X^roviiicial President of iiic.Willard W. C. -r. l].,>'iU address a temperance meeting in St. Andrew's church Friday evening at 8 pFm: A good iniisiea! program is being prepared. Regulaa- meeting of Shekinah Chapter, No. 158, R.A.M., Q.C.C., will be held tonight at 8 p.m., iii the Masonic hail, S.O.E block, Ejleventh street South. Installation of officers for 1915 will take .place.; Visiting companions will be heartily welcpnied. CITY ASp BISTBICT School Board Meeting The School Beard will hold an ad-ioumed meeting tomorrow night, when the estimates and the salary question will again be discussed. ,, Inspector Peniiyfather Promoted ' Calgary; Alta., Jan. 27.-Inspector P. W. Pennyfather of the Mounted Police at Calgary, has been aVpointed a superintendent. He will continue in charge of the work of registering aliens, not having been alloted a district. He joined the force in 1885. SITUATION IN OATS SERIOUS Winnipeg Man., Jan. 2'.-Under the heading "Situation in Oats," the Free Press today says "The silvialion in oats begins to look very serious.' The government announced some time ago that it would buy 500,000 bushels for seed, yesterday it announced that so far only one-fifth of these oats had been obtained. Already, of the oat crop of 1914, 20,66G',360 bushels have been inspected, and nearly all shipped oiitvof the country,.the amount in store ifFort William being ver>' smart In proportion to former years." HAT PASSES BYLAWS Medicine Hat, Alta., Jan. 27.-By an almost unanimous vote the ratepayers have passed deficiency bylaws aggregating $156,000, and by almost as large a vote, voted small sums of money for Improving the industrial. sites, market and parku, paying lor spur track laid, to industrial'site, andvgranting aid to tlie Agricultural society. The extension of time for the C;N.R. to build into the city, and, provision for its right-of-way were also passed. Chapter 874 PreceptOfy Meeting: Lethbridge Royal Black Chapter No. 874 held Its annual preceptory meeting Monday night in the Oddfellows Hall. A large attendance of the mem-berii -svas present- to *'elcome Sir Knights F. W. Kenny, �LL.D., and J. R. O'Keefe, B.A., Eastern Provinces. After the general routine of business, the order of installation of new.officers was proceeded with. Sir Knights Kenny and O'Keefe were allotted; the task of installing .the new officers, with the assistance of Past Preceptor. H. Chapman, which was carried out in a very creditable manner. ' After the installation ceremonies, all pre sent retired to partake of a dainty luncheon, after which toasts, speech es, songs, recitations and musical numbers followed. A fine orchestra, composed of members, furnished "tlie music for the evening. After enjoying a long intermission, the members returned to the lodge room, when Sir let. P. W. Kenny was called upon to make a presentation to the retiring Wor. Past Preceptor' H. Chapman, in the form of a Bolid.gbld past Preceptor's jewel, accompanied by a gold inlaid parchment, and an address from the Sir Knights in recogntlon of the capable manner in which he carried out the wishes of the lodge while in the chair. ' Sir Kt. Past Preceptor H. Chapman replied in a very able manner in acknowledging the, gifts and was deeply touched by the manner in which he was respected by his colleagues. Mr. Kenny and Mr. O'Keefe gave very, interesting talks, which were h^artiJ;r enjoyd. The meeting broke up in the wee small hours by all joining hands and singing "Au'id Lang Syne," and the National Antheni. Following are tlie officers Installed for 1915: - -Wor. Preceptor, Isaiah Haynes; deputy preceptor. Dr. R. B. C. Thomson; chaplain, J. Kane; registrar, J. Kane; pursuivant, J. Berkley; lecturers, T. M. Chapman and J. R. MacDonald: treasurer, H. Routledge; I.e., Jas. Scott; O.G., S. Shaw; cen-sorsr, T. M. Chapman, W. J. Chapman, H. Chapman. ' ftere's'a "Starter" for the men. f Bring .or- mail your"'Safety � Blades to us to sharpen. "No matter what make they> are.''^ ' " '-^Tiiey shave bfetter than a ne-w Wade.- Single Edge per dozen.'.....25c, Double Edge, per. dozen^... .35c Durham-Dufilex-, dozen.......50c � Hollov/. Ground, each ,....;. .25c Ono of the most iiitercsting and in-structive ineetings ever held in cou-\\ nectiou with the A.V.P.A. of St. Cyprian's was that ol Monday evening, when Mr, J. D. Higinbotham Ba^e a talk on astronomy. This extensive subject, .which naturally c(.:ihl onlv bn 'touched Jn one evenings was so simply explained* by Mr. Higinbotham as to be of the greatest interest to those who had the privilege of listening to him. The evening next Monday -will be in charge of the Devotional Committee, who are endeavoring to make the program as intieresting as possible. - �,-  ' -��� * , Over'50 peoplp, attended the district cottage prayer meeting held in North Lethbtidge"last Wednesday -by the Westminster Methodist church, preparatory to the evangelistic services beginning 'Feb. 14th by Evangelists .Gilbert ving is a list'of. houses in which piayer �\Vill bt! held this week. G. W. Taylor, 523 12th St. N.; A. Rose,; 1269 5th Averiue N.;,Mr. Kergan, 1733 5th Avenue N:; Mr." Miller 131 15tb St. N.; J. B. Gray, 1516 4th Avenue N.; A. Barrifes, 334 I9tb St.; .. T. Shaw, 210 20th St. N. A hearty invitation is extended to all. -'-�--�---^T^T----.r"" J.DJigiR|||l!ainv&Co.ltii. TELEPHONE NO. 322 ASTHMA COUGHS _ EltU79 . -- A simple, latc ind eReciive tre�imctit avoid inB drujs. U�rd wilb success lor 35 J"�r�. the air carrying the anliacpHc vapor, inhalta will; every brctili, niaics brealblng M�y, soathea theaoretbroat, and stops the cough, aesurlngrcalfulniehls. Crestoleneis invaluable to mothers with young children und a toon to BiiSerers from Asthma. Send ua poeial Jor dtwriptive booklet SOLO BY onuaatsTC VAP0.CKE30LENE CO. l.w..h,Mfle.BM�.M..lr'r The married people of Cardston arc! of a very sociable class ^nd believe in securing every enjoyihent possible out of life. But the grai*d party given last Friday evening in the Assembly  Hall, for married folks only, throws ii all other aiiairs oi a similar nature' jj into the background. It was attended by about threl himdred of Cardston's' best society, and p'2ople of all ages' were present; Cc-uples who had besn I inarrie^ only a few days were to be seen mingiiiig with those who had been married in the neighborhood of fifty years. It was one r.f tlie most enjoyable and successful aflairs ever' held in this town. ' ' __ The unique feature of ' the evening ; was the revival of the old time DESPITE COUfyTER ATTRACTION dances, the very names oE which are untainlliat to the ears wf the young . yOUNG'S RECIM WAS A RARE IREA MANY HEAR TALENTED AiHTISTE people of today. But the old folks were perfectly familiar with them and the spry turns and hop's they made were truly wonderful. Gray-haired Despite the hitter cold of last ev- folks over sixty years of age, were ening and th^ desire of many to at- seen dancing as gracefully and enjoy-tenti the General Hughes' meeting at ing the measures as much as the Wesley church,.a very attentive and younger ones. The dances were inter-appreciative audience assembled at spersed with a prpbram and contests, the V.M.C.A.. auditorium to hear the Mr. Sam Anderson toe-'; the prize piano recital by ,Mrs. C. R. Yo'Ung. for the man's largest foot, with a 'I'hose fortunate enongbt to attend number  twelve slice. Mr.s. 13. F. were certainly rewarded to the fullest Lamb captured the prize for the extent, as the artistically rendered lady's smallest foot; with ,ttwo and program from beginning to end was a half shoe. Mr. M: A, Coombs re-a rare treat, .such as has seldom beeii ceived the prize for the man's largest heard in tliis city. The program was nose in close competition with � thlr-strictly classical throughout and Mrs.  teen others Mr. and Mrs. Hartlcv Young met the exacting requlreuitints'captured the prize for the oldest-wed Bgtrgains in Co Weather Necessities ; :Hei'e axe a few bargains in merchaiidise you can-use nicely these zero day.s'. Tliey ai'e liriced at pvactic^^lly factory cost for a quick clearance:. , 25 PAIRS LADIES' LINED GLOVES, WORTH UP TO OCm $2.00. SALE PRICE.................................... 996 50 PAIRS CHIl6rEN'S GLOVES OR MITTS- YOUR CHOICE^ FOR, .,.................................. LADIES' 50c AND 60o DRAWERS, ANKLE LENGTH, �e-^ ON S^ALE FOR ..____....................... i. ,V jUSIC $5L0O FLANNEL WAISTS; SHIRT WAIST STYLE, FOR^..................................;....� am WlOMEW'S'iPENMAN'S" AND "LLAMA WOOL" - fl|Q�� H0SE;'REGULAR 60c FOR ............. ........ CHILDREN'S SWEATERS; WORTH UP TO 51-S0> JC|gQ BOYS' SWEATERS, ALL SIZES, WORTH UP TO * if $2.00. ON SALE FOR........................ .....i. H� I B.O ' GIRLS' SWEATERS, WORTH UP TO $2.50; C "J t Q FOR :�;.'-......;....-.�. ................... ..........,9 I  1 3 CHILDREN'S TAN CLOTH LEGGINGS, WORTH 75c CCj, AND 8&0 FOR......................................... WWC LADIES' COMBINATIONS, REGULAR $3.00 VALUE FOR......................................,. $2.00 save a musical savant to indite a fitting anavysis aua critique oi the excellent program and the manner of its rendition, and it must suffice to speak of it in general terms and to convey the sense of pleasure and delight experienced by all ^vho were privllged to hear it. Special mention should be made, however ot Ihe'closlng number the magnlficant "Concerts lit G 'Minoj-by Mendelssohn" charmingly exeouted.i with Mrs. Young at the first plaiio and Mrs. Jelllft taking the orchestra"! parts on the second piano. , Mrs. Young was the recipient during the program of a very beautiful bovi-yuet from apreciative friends. Mr. R. T. Brymner assisted sreitiy in the prosram with two groups of attractive songs, rendered in very musical style and with nice feeling and ex-' presslon. The very excellent program, which, would bear repetition many times fc-l-ilo'ws; Sclfeggietto in 0 minor..P. Bra. Bach Gigue in B flat.......... J. S,-Bnoh; Fairy Tale.................... Haft SohgB- , ' Song of Hybrlaa the Cretan; .ElHott If r Could Know............, Johns Instrumental- ' ... ' /, , Harker wil;h his riauftliter, Mary, re-' ceivcd the inize for the best dancers of the Quadrille. Prize Winners at Rylands' �Yesterday these lucky people clai.tnr ed the premiums which - were glvesh away in connectioii with the Rummage Sale at Rylands-Capital prize wln-neirs, L. W. Clark, G21 10th St. S,; Mrs-. Stover,: 920 9th St. S.; Mrs. Brunton,' 1834 5lli Ave. N.; Mr.s. J. N. Scovll' tjot 5th .Ave. N. Other prize -winner^ Were Mrs; Jno, Brodie, Mrs. Jas. Ash-ijroft, M*s.'Milroy, Mrs. A. Kinnear, Jlrs. A..B. Scovll. There are still 11 jjiore premiums to be called for. %Galatea '... ...............Jensen KamennolOatrow ......'.. Rubinstein Norwegian Bridal Procession . .Greig Vocturiie In G flat.......,...:9rassin l}f I Were a Bird............Henselt �\ Songs- .Tthe Sands o'Dee.........Fred Clay iThe GIpay .Trail ........... Galloway (Instrumental- epncerto in-G minor____Mende'Jsschn ^ (2nd and 3rd movements) Oi'cheBtr'ai parts on second piano.  LADIES' COMBINATIONS, REGULAR $2.00 KIND ...piRLS', COATSr-YOUR CHOICE OF, TT A T P T�.T?T'WOMENVB COATS-yOUR CHOICE JJ^^H? 'PRICE AT..,......, t............. .>>.... 11 J. ,, �  , Rylanfls Si Co. The Bwsy store Blue Ribbon Coffee and Baking Powder Blue Ribbon perfection has been at- 5 tainod'by years of careful study. There is no '.'just ns.^oqd." Insist on; [ .;i Blue Ribbon Coffee, Tea.'Baking Pow-, ' iler. Spices,- 'Jelly Powders and 'Bx-traciB. ,'rhey are .guarautfied .to.givc - > .' perfect satisfaction. - 1- ^'';,1 ''^l'" '- ;