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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 29, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta Mail your Watch K^piilrs To'the Leading Jtwel�ra,y,'v ARMSTRONG AND RAWOrtTC^l'HbS^i TAYLOR MADE FLOUR IS ^'Honest to Goodness" Once Again We Will Sell Any In the Store Make out yotir ]ist and see what . you can save C. W. GRAY The Highest Quality Goods at the Lowest Possible Prices is wlial >oii j?ct Iwire. We jyive value for > oiirmoiiey. Sugar-20 pound sacks, Piich.......... ...i$1.S5 Tomatoes-Solid paolc. large tins, 2 for..... .26o Corn, Peas ami Beans-Per lin..............10c St. Charles Milk-Per (iu ....................lOo Lombard Plums-^In heavy synip, sanitaiT tins; 10 tins tor........................... .$1.00 Green Gaqe Plums-^In heavy synip, sanitary tins, ',) tins for.............................$1.00 Best Quality Alberta Potatoes, per. 100 lba..$1.25 Dry and Meaty Ontario Potatoes-Finest quality; l>er sack..............................$1.60 Ontario Cheese-^Strong, well matured, per lb 20c Ontario Cheese-Best quality, per pound... ..25c Head Lettuce-Price each ..................15c Jersey Cranberries-Special, lot Drought in by express, ppr pouiid .....!..................20c California CBlery-rWeU Weaohed and crisp- Per iiound .,... ;.....;.. ;.......... .lOc Winter Apples, In flheet condition: Newton Pippins, Paragons and Seott'e Winter-All Canadian paicit. Special per case..........$1.40 Greenings-Per case .. .;................,.. .$1.50 Walbrldge and Roman Beauty .............$1.65 Spies- ......-----........................$1.76 Oranges-Finest SUnklst Navels, 2 dozen tor 46c Sweet Potatoes-3 pounds for ..............25o New Laid Eggs-Guaranteed; per dozen.....65o Magrath Creamery Butter-^2' pounds .75c Office: Phone1271 HIGH-CLASS GROCERIES Store: Phtne 525 WEATHER Max.Min. Lethbrldge, clear .... 3 -11 Edmonton, clear..... 0 -10 Calgary, clear....... 20 - 6 Medicine Hat. clear .. -6 -12 Sloose, Jaw, clear.... 2 -14 Regina, clear ... .. ..-12 -16 Prince Albert, fair ,.. .-14 -14 Winnipeg, clear......-12 -36 Port Arthur, clear.. ..-10 -24 The weather in Manitoba has been cloudy and decidedly cold. In Sas-katchewsn and Alberta, it has been clear and cold, but becoming milder. Forecast Western Provinces-Fair today and Saturday; a little higher temperature. CITY AND DISTRICT For Belgian Relief W. A. Buchanan, M.P., begs to acknowledge the receipt of a cheque for $10.00 for the Belgian Relief Fund from Mr. H. A. Walter. Bad Fall on the Ice Miss Nettie Armstrong was the vic-time of a painful accident at the Auditorium rink last night. One of her skates caught In a crack in the ice, and she -was' thrown very heavily, dislocating her shoulder. Tenders-Received Up To March 15 The date tor the receiving of tenders on the municipal bonds already issued, has been changed from March 1 to March 15, in order to allow the Old Country bond houses an opportunity to quote. MONTANA MAY HAVE PROHIBIIN IN 1919 Helena, Jan. 29.-The senate committee ou towns, and counties, at a; nieetmg tonight, decided upon its re-' port on the proposed , constitutional amendment for prohibiiion, and it Avill be unanimous fox an 'amendment providing for prohibition to take effect oa July 1, 1919. The bill, which will be reported irom the committee tomorrow, will be extremely drastic. It will provide complete ptohibitioa of the manufactHrc, sale or importa-Tion of ail alcohol liquors, including liquors for sacramental or medicinal purposes, or any purposes whatsoever. Denatured alcohol will be admitted, but no oVatt. The house committee, which has been conducting bearings on tlie proposed amendment, is not yet ready to report, as it has agreed to give further time,for the filing of \t\,i- tlODS. FRIDAY'S GRAIN PRICES � Winnipeg, Jan. 29.-Winnipeg markets for today. -Wheat: January ... .. ...... 142% May ... -............. 148 1461/4 July .. .:......... ... 149 147% WINNIPEG CASH PRICES No. 1 Northern.............. 142% No. 2. Northern ............. 141 No. 3. Northern............ 1381-2 Oats:-No. 2. C.W............ 64% Barley:-No. 3. C.W.......... 79% Flax:-^No. 1. N. W. C...........159  CHICAGO WHEAT �May .:.................149% 14S% July................ 134V4 132% MINNEAPOLIS WHEAT Mar................ 144% 142% July .................142% 139% Thfe civic budget of Saskatoon for 1915 is $153,000 less than in 1914. FOR RENT The Ground Floor Store In the Macdonald Block formerly occu-pled by Raworth Bros. & Arm-.strong, Jewellers. Apply to /' .! , RYLANDS A CO-. , PRAWINGANO^ WATER '^'^ CAJ.OR PAINTING . , Lesspriasfiiv'en. ,,;; ,1 .Kop""-4 126% 124% Band Meets Sunday The members of the city band are requested to meet in the band rooms Sunday at 8 o'clock sharp. Important business in connection with the band will be discussed. Special in BQXED WRITING PAPER We have a large assortment of Writing Paper and Envelopes in Boxes. These regularly sell from 35c to $1.00 each, but while they last you may have your choice for 2Sc The Red Cross Drag & Ce^'t^iltli Phone 555 ThlrdfAve. S. TRADES COON ECTS NEW OFFICERS One of the most representative meetings of the Trades and Labor Coimcil held for many years, took place in the Labor Temple last night when the officers for the ensuing year were elected as follows : President-H. Jowett. Vice-President-F. Smeed. Secretary-Treasurer-J. O. Jones. Executive-U. Bannerman, S. W. TuckwoU, W. McGuire, and F. Lames-feld. Sergcant-at-arms-\V. White. Every 'irades union in the city was represented -b.v ojie or two delegates and file arc uniting in. shpwing their heroism in every way. .{."Thoyvare'anj-iTiated with a spirit of loyalty whiclv will result in the building. up of "a greater Canada, a greater expansion of manufacturing industries and. -developing of a new field for our.oorai-inercial activities. Ottawa, y'Jati.' 28 .r-The department of agricultore, has issiied and distributed an ''AgricuIturaV Book," published by.'the direction of Hon. Martin Burrell.'-'Ftes-intention of the pub-.lication is to .encourage "patriotism, production, more than usual." The and every chair in. the hall was tak-^ minister of agriculture, in introducing en-. , ' '� ; The, resolution introduced by S. W. the volume,: says : "Approximately twenty million men IT Grassy to Have Band Steps are being taken to have the band re-organied, and George Haley. W. M. Marshall, Nell M. Stalker, E. J. Jamea-Davles and A. B. King have been appointed by the Board of Trade as a committee to take up the work. -Grassy Lake Gazette. Grassy Lake-Men N.C.O.'s Two of the Grassy Lake men of the 3rd .Mounted Rifles, in training at Medicine Hat. have been selected as non-commissioned officers. Thomas Snedden as corporal and James Stewart as S.S. corporal.-Grassy Lake Gazette. Mr. Laurie Mayor of Battleford Wm. Laurie, formerly solicitor for the town of CarSston, and .a well-known resident of that place, has been elected by acclamation as mayor of Battleford. In commenting on Mr. Laurie's success, the Cardston Globe aaya: "If municipal experience and ability counts at all, Mr. Laurie is well qualified for the position." Rush for Seats The management of the Majestic Theatre wish to correct a statement which is being rumored in the city with reference to the sale of seats for "The Chocolate Soldier," which will appear at the Majestic on Monday next. They state that'although there has been a phenomenal advance sale, there are still a good number of gocd seats left, which may be reserved In advance at the Hedley Drug Go. All reservations will positively be held until Monday evening ud till 6.30 p.m.. thereby enabling intending patrons to be absolutely sure of their seats uu A Good ........ ... ' . A Good HpJ;,.,Water Bag. Flannel co'J^l^ed or plain, with unloosable stopper (a great de- sideratum) guarantee. with a two year We carry ati assortment of Flannelette "Pyjamas" tor Hot Water Bags. Proiii 25c up. AVater Bags $1.5(| $5.00 J.O.Iiigtnbcithain&Co.Ltit. The jfaiCCttt Stor� TELEPHONE NO. 322 Tuckwcll, asking that the council go have bsen mobilized r m Europe. A on record 'a.s'.,o,ppc6etl to prohibition, large prop6.rti6n of .tbese have been was tabled and referred to the legis- -withdrawn .from: the farms of the lative committee and tlie officers for countries, at war. .Even .m neutral investigation on behalf of the brew- countries large numbers of food pro- ery workers and, bartenders' unions, duQors have been called from the land and to report at a subsequent meet- to be ready for emergenqies. It is dif- ing. fioult.for us .to realize, what would be i It was brought to the attention of tlie effect on focd; production through the council that several cases of des- the withdrawal of several million titution existed amongst the members men from all .the-.great .agricultural of organized labor, wiiich should re- countries of Europe,  .These millions TACOMA Calgary, Alta., Jan. 29;-Patrick J. Parker of Tacoma, Wash.-, will be the new manager of the, Hudson's Bay departmental store-here, vice j.,M. Baker, resigned. ceive attention. The applicants for cease to be producers,, they have be- hand, relief from the city are -iirst required coma consumers-worse .still, they' to receiye the approval of either the have, become rdestrovers of food. IMPORTANT , Tlie Auction Sale ofmecchandise advertised- in another coluiijin ia: one which no thrifty, exjpense-saving, bar-jaln-loving man or woriiain can'afford to miss. The public are - well, aware of'my policy of conducting Auction Sales -that when I say '^thout* Reserve" -that's Just what I n\ean. - >My instructions are to cidse out � the balance of this stock wjthout queatlon �f price, and the public may be .assured that'I shall-aSi always-adhere strictly to ,my -InatructlonSi . I particularly wish to' call the attention-' of my custotiiers to' Saturday's Sale and to urge them to 'be on Salvation Army, the Nursing Mission or th,e y.3J;p.A. the sentiment of the council' was urianimoiis in favor of asking the commissioners to add the Trades Council to the list, so that union men would be entitled to have their cases investigated by their own organization. The work of" the other three organizations was commended, but it was thought that matters might be expedited if the council were placed in a position to look after its own members. The matter of the entertainment of the delegates to the annual convention of District IS of the United Mine workers, was brought up and finally referred to the executive for action. At a meeting of the Typographical Union on Wednesday evening a pro-bition resolution was carried by a vote of 5 to 4. While we all deplore this war we ail believe-that: the present crisis will be productive of good results towards Canada. Business men and the rank A pleasant time will .be had, and the goods shall be knocked down to them as fast as they can send in their bids-I wilt promise tbat, FRANK WADDINGTON. -'Advertisement. G. P. ICLE BINS INSIALS JOE CLARK ACQUITTED Edraonl,on, .\lta., Jan. 27.-After one of the most sensational criminal i ! trials in the history of the province, ' lasting for seven day? and heard before crowded courtrooms, Alderman Joseph Clarke was acquitted this evening by Justice Hyndman on lour charges of criminal conspiracy. Clarke was charged with having conspired: with Ex-Chief of Detectives Spr nger: of Saskatoon, to bring criminals here for the purpose of "tearing up the town," and discrediting Chief of Police Hill. The judge in giving his decision said that the evidence of Hea-ton, the confessed yeggnian and principal crown witness was not consistent with his actions and with those Phone 734. Phon^B 734. The Bentley Co., ' ^ The Store of Quality, Econoiiiy and Satisfaction. Contractors Sue C-N.R. For Over Four Million Macleod, Jaii. 29.-Although many members of th? Macleod branch of the til that time. After that hour; the ' Sons of England arc serving, with the confederates, the two convicts, l,ian will be taken to he theatre box- colors, the loL-aL lodge still continues jic^iiian^nd Pierson, whom Heaton office where the remaining seats will to forge steadily ahead, and a most ^^^^ had come to Edmonton at the be on sale at the wicket in the usual , enthusiastic niueting took Pia�! . suggestion qf Springer, manner ' 1'I "esday evening last when the cUic- The .defense was that Clarke was _______ jers for the cn.suing year were install- of ^ frame-up and all The Wa71^;7^i�.i, . ^*'.J^- � their evidence was presented with-the ^ Mifr.nn^Jv w ^1 ^^'''''�'''S''- r. � 1 nrnfh objectof Substantiating that contsn- Missionary Day which Grand I'resulcnt Rotms and Broth- ^ number of prominent lawyers s ahvays one of the greatest days of er Faunch of Lfthhndgc, were also,m ^ engaged on the case, C. C. Mc- the ypar. ,s to be observed in Wesley attendance, and following the business 'jf^(f.,\cing in charge ol tie church ne.u Sunday, and wl'J have a, ,f t^. ,..,in. adiournment was J^os^ution artd^was^^ j! er OriU where . a p Lynhurn and Crown l^rosecutor, very pleasant .social .evening was �^ ...... Tlte nnnual Toroiito, Ont., .Tin. 29.-^Foley BroB. and the Northern Construction Co. of Sudbur.v, railway contractors, have entered action in Osgoode Hall against MacKenzie & Mann and the C. N. R., under mechanlcs'-llen proceedings, to recover $4,276,667.64 alleged due on the Port- Arthur-Sudbury section of the C^N.R. The plaintiffs say that on November 3, 1914, they com-jrtetad work :to the extent of $17,578,-637;- of which they have received so far only $13.301,96,9.36. Tttey -ask for an- order for.payment, of,,-ln default, an drcier for tbe sale of the lines of - ..... nave a. q( the evening an special Blgnificance at this time, first, f^ade to the Silv-because it will indicate the vast influence of the present war on the work [of all the .mis.sionary forces, and, sec-' ond, because Rev. Mr. Cobbledick will have associated with him one of the leading Methodist laymen of Oanida Mr. W. G. Hunt, ex-alderman of fJal-gary, who is a member of the General Mission Board, and able speak j.uth-oritatively on its work. The loti'. mlssionarj- fund of Canadian IdetiioU-Ism, exclusive of all other eohemas, was last year $989,911 from ii ln?mber-Hhijj Ol ;i58,986. The increase of the last four years over the iiuadrennium preceding was 43 per cent. Of the to- .spent. The following officers were cd : ' Past President-Bro. G. Spark. President-Uro'. W. Whitv,;prtb. Vice-Pre.sident-Bro. J. Arthur. Scc.-Treas.-Bro. E. Demer. Chaplain-Bro; 1'. McLean. First Guide-Hro. Bert Watson. Secoid Guide-:-Bro. W. Whitfield. Third Guide-Bro. Chas. Butcher. Fourth Guide-Bro. ,Sam Crovve. Fifth Guide-Bro. John Crowe. ' Sixth Guide-Bro. P. D. Brooks. Inside Guide-Bro. A. B: Freeman. Auditors-Brothers Freeman and Watson ^, Cogswell, install-'^"'"'? -"5- tal raised 70- pervc^nt. is expended In Canada, and'each contributor can designate his gift for ;h9me,or foreign | ".^nrs'tees-Brolher Spark and Whit, u^e. : t � . field. m while the, prisoner was de-.V. G-,. Mack-ay, K.C., a.s-sisted by H. I-I, Robertson. 'i . DO NOT USE FEED CORN FOR SEED Saskatchewan subscriber asks: "Will the corn shipped into this country this year-for feed be suitable for soad for growing corn fcdder?" By an means, no. This feed corn is Blinply feed corn, and may be any combination of varieties, and may'not be capable of germinating 25 per cent. Good seed corn Is difficult secure,, even'' when .every precaution ie tpken, and no one can afford to experiment,with anything but the best. /-jTjiToW-WeBt Parmer. \ Hardest of all selling problems is to show tJie t-Hst'oiiier that iirst cost is not the last oo.'St! that^oods cheaper in the heginning are dearer in the.end. . ' ' .' That A alues lie lu qmilLty The Eentle}^ Co. give you quality at prices (hat the most needy purse caii ifieet. ' This week's list sliows the huyiag public our splendid values. Grape Fruit- 4 for ____......... 25c roc regu- Peag, Corn-and Tomatoes, per tin .......... Gree,�,'i Peaches, Cherries, J.^Wton Berries "I Ol/ |%  and QoOjaeberries .. I C ' 2 C Best 'Canadian Cheese Per.pound Jam: liasplberry, Strnwiberry iand Black -Citrrajft.'.on;.^ sale again tqdajj ,, ' Parlor Matches; -12-boxes for i,*,... r... ,Sour Plcklt^s; , , Regplar 30c.. for/ ,. Stag's Marnialadoi Per jar .. .. Chl.vers'-Marmalade; Par jar .. /. .. Hartley's Marina;it^e;'i Per Jar .,........, ., ; .Hartley's, Ginger / � Conserve .'^ ,;;,Limb,,. Chees^^^ Per pound Brunswick SardinfeB; Per tin 20c �nwiberry 45c lOc 25c 25c 25c 25c Red Ro^e lar 50c for............. Salada Tea; > Per pound............ Fresh Ground Coffee Prices.35, 40,'45 and.. Laurentla MJtlk; Per can, 5c apd St a on for .. Stove-- Polish; 30c 5c Trade with us and see what t , . can save you .....if WW Currants; ' pounds for Finest Vat pounds f^Ir 5 pounds ing Powder! McCorrat^k'H Sodas;; Regular 3r>^ for, Oranges-Regular, 50p'. for .Oranges-Regular 404'for Hams anfl Bacon; Sliced, per Jioiind Figs- Per pound 1 ;