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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 28, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta ' ''5^'*EE- BUS TO ALU TWAINS. � Hotel Windsor 1.2S  Day H�t�l In AMrta I LETHBRIDGE -1 1 To the LeadlnflUewelenr,^' .','-�> ARMSTRONO AND RAWbH^fiHiiflOaiAl! _ _ _ __'_:__'jl:^u TAYLOR MADE FLOUR IS ^'Honest to Goodness" The Highest Quality Goods at the Lowest Pbssible Prices is what you g^et here. We give yalnc for your money. Sugar>-20 poiuid sacks, each....... .1 .t.. .$1.35 , � Jersey Cranberrles^Sp^olal lot brought In by ex- Tomatoes-^olid pack, large tins, a for... .I'.26q �, r press, per ppund;. ...----..........20c Corn, P�as and Beans-Per tin ____........ loS? California Celery-WbliiMo'iiched and crisp- St, Charles .Mllk-Per tin ...............10q ^ " ' P^^^  :' ^ "'' Lombard Plums-In heavy syrup, sanltai-}-; tinsj V Winter Apples^ In finest condition: Newton Pip- 10 tins "for ............................$1.Q5- , P'"*F Paragons and-Scott's Winter-All Gan- Green Gage Plums-ln lieai^ syrup, sanitary tiua,/, ' adian pa-ok. Special p�r case..........�1-.40 9 tins for........................... .$1.0o'r Greenings-Per case......................$1.50 Best Quality Alberta Potatoes, per iOO n)s..$l'.a5 Walbrldge and Roman Beauty .�............$1.65 Dry and Mealy Ontario Potatoes-Finest qtitUltJ'; ' Spies-......... ...............$1.75 per sack................................$i;SO � . Oranges-Finest Sunklst Navels, 2 dozen tor 45c Ontario Cheese-Strong, weW matured, per tb 26c' Sweet Potatoes-3 pounds for..............25c Ontario Cheese-Best quality, per pound26o New Laid Eggs-Quaranteed; per dozen.....55c Head Lettuce-Price each.................,15c Magrath Creamery Buttei^Z pounds ........75c Office: THE GOOD GO. Store: Phoael271 high-class groceries Phsne 525 1.47 67-J 611 1.71i THURSDAY'S *GRAlN PRICES ' Winnipeg, Jan.  38.-Opening and closing prices oa the grain exchanges today were ; Wheat- Open Close Jan............................ May _______ July^._.... Oats-May ......... July ......... vflarley- May......... �'Flax-Jan. ......... May ......... July ........................... - WINNIPEG CASH PRICES Wheat-No. 1 Nor................... No. 3 Nor................... No. 3 Nor................... No. 4............................ No. 5......... .................. No. 6,.______............... Feed ......_................... .Oats-No. 2 0. AV.................. No. 3 0. W. ................. Extra No. 1' Feed ....... No. 1 Feed .................. No. 2 Feed .................. Harley- No. 3........................... No. 4.......................... Feed............................ Fla.\- No: l.N. W. C........... No. 3 C. i Wheat- M^v ....... Jufy ....... JVUr ........ July ...... Sept........ CHICAGO . i-.49t- ................... 1.34i MINNEAPOLIS . ......... ......... 1.42* .................... 1.41 .. ........ 1.27* 1.48t 1.48i 67* 68 89 1.63 1.68} 1.73 1.44 1.43} 1.40i-l.ioh 1.3U 1.384 1.23i 66 63 63 61 60 83 V 77' 72i 1.62 A 1.59 WEATHER Max. Min Lethbridge, clear.. . .. 22 -17 Calgary, clear.. .. 22 - 4 Medicine Hat, clear . !! 10 -10 Moose Jaw, cloudy .. .. -4 -IS Regina, clear . .-. .. . .-16 -25 Prince -Mbert. fair . . .-24 -36 Winnipeg, fair.... ..-22 -28 Port .-Vrthur, clear.. ..-IS -34 March first is the date set by the cit^ council as the last day on which bids -will be accepted on the recent issue of $420,000 municipal bonds. The weather in Manitoba and Sas-katrho\van has been fair and decidedly cold. In Alberta clear and cold, and becoming warmer. Forec?.st Western Provinces-Fair and very coid today and Friday. CITY AND DISTRICT Bank Clearings . Bank clearings this week totalled ?265,667.86, as against $380,907.61 for the corresponding week last year. C.O.F. Meet Tonight .\ meeting of the C.O.P. will be held Tenders vriil be called" lot at oace in the K. of P. hail tonight. A game hy.the city clerk. Numerous inquiries of carpet ball will be held after the have been received iiom bond houses j meeting, in Canada and the United States re- garding ttis issue, but each company has been iniprtned. that tenders w^ouid b'eiicalled for in the near iuture. Trades Council Tonight The Trades and;;i^bor Goimcil at 1 their regular meeting tonight, will ett, who in prival the Ottawa representative of the. Montreal Gazette. l:49i 1.34J 1.44 1.41i 1.28i PUTCMEAM IN NOSE. AND STOP CATARRH TelU Bow To Opien Clogged Nob-: trila md- find Hcad-CoIds. Tfie councll\Iias*agreed to accept' consider the question of prohibition no'tMing but a satisfactory price. The ^Ijen S. W. Tuckwell will move a recital is not in rurgent. of the solution on behalf of the Brewerj-money, foe sufficient capital was bor-1 " orkers local- TZ' General's- Alde.de'��re...................25c MRS. H1NG8. on account ol mines and submarines, the iollowing official statement was. given out today by the German gov-j etnraent : 'In the tiiree hours' fight which cost us the armored cruiser Blucber, one British battle cruiser and two British destroyers were sunk. ."These lacts not oily were observed by our big ships, but also were ascertained by a German torpedo (boat which returned unhurt. This torpedo boat shot two torpedoes against a British battle cruiser which already was heeling over, v.-hereupon she capsized anyjamas" for Hot From 25c up. Wa^er Bags $1.5(][/tb $5.00 J.D. liii:n[!o(tiani & Co. Ltd. The ^Q^taJUt StorM TELEPHONE NO. 322 MOTOR SMASH AT SALISBURY As a sequel to the raid on the wide-open t-o\vn of Commerce, across the river, h'y Sergi.' Coleridge, and Corporal J Mocrfhead of; the JrlountedPolice, assisted by Prbvimciar Liense Inspector Hodgkins of Edmonton, in which practically every member of the council was convicted oi selling liquor without a license or of teing parties to the running of disorderly houses, it is possible that charges of a more serious nature will be brought against these men, and that the Attorney-General will order a new election, in which the present councillors will not be in the running. The whole affair is mixed almost as badly as it could be. The arrest of an alleged German spy, who was really not a spy but a detective, and the apprehension of Maisie Wilkie, on a charge of running ^ disordorlv house, figured prominently in thR evidence given at the trial. AT HARDIEVILLE Some hae meat and canna eat, .�Vnil some wad eat that want it; But we hae meat and w^e can t^t, Sae let the Lord be thankit. With this spirit a goodly number Gienwood, Alta., Jan.=,26.-J. F. Parish from Cnrastoh ::Va6 a-apeaker at the Sunday. servicQ of the Latter Day Saints'church oii this *2ith.' MlsB Mattie Webster, ?^ho has been visiting with her brother Levi Webster of .Gienwood,:: returned to her home - in Mountain View' on Saturday. A merry crowd of.young folks from Gienwood spent, a nioat enjoyable time at the Bililhgsiey ranch' on Bol'ly river last week, celebrating, thejinarriage of Mr. Lorln_BllllngBley,.,ahd:'Mlss Edna Thompson.'',; Turkey supper was served and dancing ^aa indulged in until everybody hud enjoyed lliemselves to the utniost,vand all left having had "the time of tbeir lives." . The pupVis of the senior room of the public 8chobl__enjpyed a' full holiday on Friday last.'^Thcpriiicipal was enjoying one of. the trials of Job, "boils," and was unable to perform his regular duties. -, ^ ii One of th^ most'popular gani.a.$,.;for many of the.'young folks of :(|_ffeijiiood is crockihol^. ' Chatnpi6hship?t'|a'mes are beingplayed, off now,' and/if the present pA'thiisiasmis. kept up it promises to end ip a-freS daiioo and oys-Bter 8uppar:.tl>:-lhe, winners of a double "quartette" o.f eight, would - be champioiiB. � PICTURE BUTTE NEWS EAT.LESS'OTAT-- >'^^' IFBACKHURTS Take a glass 6r SalU tq'fluah. Kidneys If Bladder bothera'yo'u^brlnk lots of water. Eating meat regularly eventufl.lly pi'oduces Wdney trouble in some form or other, says a well-known authority, because the uric acid in'inieat excites the kidneys, they becomp 6verwbi?ked; get sluggish; clog up and cause all sorts of distress, particularly backache and misery In.the Wdney region; rheumatic twinges, Severe. headaohes, acid stomach, constipation, torpid liver, sleeplessness, .bladder and urinary irritation. ';  � , The moment your back hurts^ or kidneys aranit acting-'right,' orv if bladder bothers you,-get 'b*out four ounces of Jafl Salts from'- any, good pharmacy; take a tablespobnfuiv In a g'lasB of water before breakfast for a few days and your kidneys will then act fine, This famous salts is riiadie from the acid Of 'grapes and lemon jiiice, combined with lithia, and has been used for -seherationB to flush clogged kidneys,- and stimulate, them to nornial. activity; .also to neutralize tlie aclds^'ln thei uiine so It no longer Irirltates; thus ending 'bladder disorders. Jad Salts cannot injure anyone; makes a delightful effervescent lithla-water drink which millions of men and wonien take now and then to keep the kidneys and urinary organs clean, thus avoiding serious kidney disease. Sold by J. D. Higlnbotham * Co., Limited. of tlieir 'horses through glanders. Mike's mine is working merrily, as a result of the continued cold weBth-er. Very pleasing to Mike, but not to the settlers la the zerovweather. 'Miss Helen McDonald: of Iron Springs, Is seriously- Indisposed with tonsilitis. HuntsvlWe people .are ihusy practicing for their annual school concert, which is to be held Boae time next month. London, Jan. "26.-A bad motoring ' of lovers and followers of the imroqr-smash occurred at Salisbury Plain tal Rabble Burns, sat, down to a early this iiicirning. Details are as sumptuous supper served by tlie Har-yet lacking, but it is understood that diev lie Burns club on Monday night. a Canadian bug'.er, not yet Identified, . The Hardievillu Burns cl^b ha_s just was killed, and twp others injured. ANOTHER CANADIAN DEAD AT SALISBURY W. Chapman, formerly a Montreal policenian, who , x^joined the Epyal Mackenzie of the 15th Battalion. Mrs. Ottawa, Ont., .Tan, 27.-The death is reported from Salisbury Plain, from bronchial pneumonia, of Private Chas. Engineers for active service, has heen killed in France. ; Hon. Robert.Rogers states tliat the govfirnment may v-BStabhsh a commercial museum^ to ' develop Cana->; diaij"manufacturesr J. B. Mackenzie of Beaverton, Ont., is next of kin. The freslmesB and crispness of Sa-lada tea is due to the enormous sale which ensures its. reaphing you within a few weeks'after being plucked. ample Taolcace of the Faiaous, Pyianlld File. Eemedy Voir Offered Free to . Frove waat It WUlSbfotYou. Pyramid Pile Bemody giyea auleltreU�I,Btop� Itoblng, bleedlne or p r o t r u ding piles, bemocr-holda and all rectal troublBg, in the prlvooy ol your^own homo. 6O0 a box at ail tlrui{Srt|ta. A slnglo box often cures, Fr�o ample lor tnjl WUtt tooklet Diollea' Jroo In jplalu wroppor, If you send us coupon below.' FREE SAMPLE COUPON PYRAMID DBTO COMPANY. E19 Fyramld Bldg.. MarshoU, Mien. Kindly send me a Free; sample of Prramid PUe Ramtdy. In plain wrapper. Name ..  Street ... City....... State. ....i. been organized and the allair Monday was the first of their banquets to the greatest of all Scotchmen. The 156th anniversary of the birth of the famous bard was held amid glowing surroundings and success from every standpoint. It was a merry gatliering and contrary to the usual results of hanquets of this kind nobody partook too much of the fiery water and quietness prevailed. N'othing better could have been wished for on the bill of fare. AH the Scotch dishes were there and those wliC- are familiar with these know what they mean. The supper,overithe following program was rendered!' � ..Mr. W. Fyfe-Bagpipe, Scotch selection. Mrs. J, Whitefteld-T-Solo, Rantln Uobin. Mr. W. Fyfc, Mr. J. Naismlth- Duet, Scots Wa' Hae. Mrs. D. Coutts-Solo, Bonnie Doon. Mr. W. Fylc, Sword Dance. Mr. D. Coutts-Solo, Star 0' Rab-bue Burns. Mr. P. Wright-Solo, Lee Rig. Mr, ,1. Npismith-Violin Selection. Mr. W. Fyle-Highland Fling. Mr. J. Wliitefield-John Anderson Ma' Jo. Mrs. Berford, Mrs. Coutts-Duet, Alton Water. Dancing then held the. boards nnrt it was hot-until after two the happy gathering broke upr :f. A hog b.utcbering bee took place in the yard of .our i^'orthy- postmaster.on Saturday, tlie 23rd. Inst.,. when two local stalwarts, H."B. Kane and � Mr. Brown performed th6:operEtton of.butchering, scraping and hanging seven heavy hogo in the spape of two hours. We doubt if this can be beaten outside of Burns',abattoir, 'where,_Dame Rumor saith, it-is pertorme'd at the rate of seven mlhute'B; per liog. BUt we doubt. Mr. Chtister McDphald performed doughty'deeds at .the crank o� the forge kffp.ning the, water boiling, while the worthy jiriipmas''a!, amid the plaudits of ari.d'd'niiring crowd, hauled the aqua purafrom the- pumi). Superfluous to add, "T. B." did the dressing to the accompaniment of "how we did it in I-ili;iois." - G. Hobbs, 'we understand, has re-linquislxed the operating of his Coal-dale farm. . . ; . 'We regret to say that Mr. G. Fisher, while journeying to Ccaldale on T, A. M'cDona.ld'B wagon: during the past week, feir off the vehicle: into a ditch on to Ills head, causing:injuries to his neck. Ho Is now recovering. ' Mr. and MrB.H.'Haney of Montana, Ipgetlier with theli^'daughier; Veri,;are staying at T. B. Kftne.'sfor a short sea-eon yistting.;. v.. ; We undeMtand that Mrs. E. P. Kane and her daughter are both recovering from their severe illness. Farmers are begthnlrig to have notifications from,-Wiiihlpeg.-.that their seed grain applications have be.en ap-p'roved,-but no word has yet been had as to tlio feed applicatious, ;, Mr, H. and Mrs; E. H. Warrern have taken a.t,rip 'this presoiit. week- to SB'ift Curre'rit,soJourri}ng''whilBt'there at Mrs. J, Harvey's../ , C. Harvev of the Bast Bnd is at present ut Vnncouver,;endeavorlng to locate a deslralv.e &ke for a ffirm on Vancouver I ;"id, | � . We under.-.'.and t/iat D. .Noble and C. Nbve, formerly of jhis district and now of northern Britifeh/ Columbia, have had the mi8fortui|b  to. lo'se