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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 30, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta ;�*RgE BUS TO AUl^ TRA.INS. Hotel Windsor ' 61.25 � Day HoUl In LETHBRffi AILY HERALD FLOUR IS "Honest to Goodness" as: Mail Xot.V'.'W^^li..,^.., armstrong And RA^.C..,,,., The Highest Quality Goods at the Lowest Possible Prices is Avhal yoii sj;et here. We ghc Aifliu' I'oivyoiir inoiieyl, * �Sugai^-'d Kountl sacks, p.aJi..............$1.35 Tomatoes-Solid puck, Invge tins, for..... ,25c Corn, Peas ijnd Beans-Per tin ----.......10c St. Charles Milk-Pi^r tin ...................10c ' Lombard Piums-In heavy .syrvip, sanitiiiy tins; in tiiisJor 1_____.................$1.00 Green Gage Plume-In lieavy synip. sanitary tins. !) tins tor �:............................$1.00 Best Quality Alberta Potatoes, per lOU tbs..$1.25 Dry and Mealy Ontario Potatoes-Finest quality; per sack ____...........................$1.50 Ontario Cheese-Strong, well matureil. per lb 20c Ontario Cheese-Best quality, per pound.... .25c Head Lettuce-Price eacli. ..................15c' Jersey Cranberrle*-Special lot brought in ty express, per pound ,'20c California Celery-Well, Weached and crisp- Per. pound .'........:..........:.... >.. 10c. Winter Apples, in finest condition: Newton Pip' pins, Paragons and Scott's'Winter-All Can* adian iiack. . Special per case ......... .$1.40 Greenings-Per case......................$1.50 Walbridge and Roman Beauty ..............$1.65 Spies-...................$1.75 Oranges-Finest Simkist,Navels, 2 dozen for 45c Sweet Potatoes-3 pounds for.............,"25c New Laid Eggs-Guaranteed; - per doxea.....55c Magrath Creamery Butteiw.2 pounds ........75c Office: THE GOOD CO. Store: Phone 1271 high-class groceries ^25 j!?', Juecturiar and 8lory Teller Wednesday, February 10 Third Xumber of Lj-ceum Course. Pi'ices 50c aiid 25c i4 PRIVATE SALE AT FLAt B, KIRKHAM BLOCK, 3rd AVE. SOUTH. A chance for connoisseu/'s of the following: Four Beautiful Oriental Rvga: v" , . One Genuine Bokhara 'Hug, srae 6'4"x4:'G";  One Genuine Kumanshaw Bug,'size 3x6. One Genuine Kuxnanahaw, Rug, size 3xB.. ...... . , One'Genttiae Sarabrand Rug for piano bench. OneElegant Oil Painting (by Wallace) in beautiful Gold Leaf �Frame ani shadow *ox. - ......- - - Two' small pii iPaintings (Gems) in Gold Leaf Frames in shadow boxes. AVater Colors In Burnished "Gold Frames. Stoddard's I^'t'ures (leather binding.) Cut Glass. Silver and Hand Painted China, etc. Complete set of Aluminum Kitchen Utensils. WEATHER Letlibridge, dear ............ 12- S - � .Vj S 10 IS I) 1:1 u west 1 2 a _2 - 4 Edmonton, clear Medicine Hat, clear Prince .�'.Ibert, clear Port .-\rthur, clear Calgary, clear........ Regina, clear.......... Winnipeg, clear ................. - � The weather throughout the has been clear and cold, but becoming milder. FORECAST : -Western Provinces - Easterly winds, decidedly cold today and Sunday. Local snowfalls. CITY AND DISTRICT Mr. Lee in Calgary ' J. H. Lee, manager of-the Alexandra Hotel, has gone to Calgary on a business trip. High River Municipal Trouble Because of a disagreement' over the appointment of the town- electrician. Mayor Sheppard of High. River and Councillors Skov and Koch have resigned. Used Old Stamps .Tohn Karpiuk, an Austrian, was fined $10 and costs this morning by Police JIagistrate Elton on a charge of using postage stamps that had been previously used. The information was laid by Acting-Postmaster J. S. Hamly. John Ferbei was fined $3.00 and costs for being disorderly. C. A. Gioot's New Position Chas. A. Gigot, former manager of the Union Bank at High River,-and late of the staff of Messrs. Roberts, Hunt & Watts, has been appointed secretary-treasurer, of the  town of High River, duties to commence immediately.-High River Times. m-: We Have" Buyei's for Sheep In bands of from 200' to 2000. Cattle^Feeders. Stpckers and Milk Cows. We have for sale, an extra, fine lot of Bulls-Herefords, Shorthorn, Durham and Angus. WriteV. wire or phone Hiitcli �& jLewis .COMMISSION BROKERS-PHONE 40B. Acadia Building  -Or-. Lethbridge Stock Yards FOR RENT The Ground Floor Store in the .Macdonald Block formerly occupied by Raworth Bros. & Arm-I strong. Jewellers. Apply to ''^ RYLANDS SATURDAY'S GRAIN PRICES Winnipeg, Man., .Ian. ;!0.-Opening and.closing i)rices on the local grain ; exchange today were m �.^or>;:ihformation leading to re- ; "f&.povery of the following: !..(''One;, Bay Mare, branded Quar-rter .Circle S J on left shoulder. ^/gSjIVeteht! about 950 Vob. \ wAlso one Brown Gelding, "branded Quarter Circle JC Join-''!t^j^on^i\e1t.�houIder, weight 1250 o^jSnj'Wearing ; halter .wifen last P,hone ^065.Lethbridge ^ 13W JJh Auenue. Recruiting at.Armory Lieut. Page, recruiting " officer for the Cardston squadron of. the isth Canadian Mounted Rifles, that those who have signed tip with- him, will be examined on February 6 at the local armory on Tenth street. The office wiVi be open at 8 a.m., and examinations will continue until 4 p.m. Nanton Folks "Seeing Things" There was an unusually clear mirage of the country to the.north ot us on Wednesday morning, between 8 and 9 o'clock, extiending from a ittle east of Cayiey to near the mountains, and lasting about twenty minutes. The buildings at Cayiey looked tour or five times their proper height, and what was thought to be Squaw west.-Nanton News. . (Engiish made) CITY AND DISTRICT � Hog Shipments P. Burns & Co. shipped two cars of hogs and one of sheeji to Calgary yesterday, 'Warner nian-'Acquitted B. C. Lalng of Warner was acquitted in the District court: by Jndge Jack-j son, on a charge of theft of building ; materials and lumber. He was de-i tended by AV. S. Ball. A 1101 e s 6 in e Candy for: the WHOLE Trv FAMILY Avill some. You like them. 40c peii pomitl. .5 �� The Red Cross Drug Limited Phone 555 Third Ave. S. Taber Hungarian Jailed Fred. Browski, a well-known local ' Hungarian,' was sent to gaol for one month last week, for passing bad cheques. Browski also stffie a local relief order, and sold the stuff he se-, cured on it.-Taber Times. ! - i Noted Cartoonist Coming j Mr. Ash Davis, one of the noted cartoonists and lecturers, will be here on Wednesday, February 10, in Wes-, ley church. Jlr. Davis is an entertainer of rare ability, aud his coming to this city will be aiiticipated with interest. , Wheat-No. i Northern .. No. 2 Xorthern .. No. 3 Northern .. No. 4...... ... No. 5...... ..  N0..C.......... Feed.. ......... Oats-No. 2 0. W...... No. 'J C. \V...... Extra .N'o. 1 Feed Barley-No. 3........ No. 4......... Rejected....... Feed.......... Flax-No, 1 N.W.C..... NO. 2 C\V. ... .. May July .May July Open Close 147 149-74 14SV4 l.vOVi B7' �S a h '.a ! :..o 11"" Prices 1i i 1 UP... 14i:v, Km 125H tJ3 ''-'/�: .... TO " 70 15tl loO /heat Open- C! 1401/. MIU i.;4-� Wheat . 14:4^:1 144--,, 140 141% 1271/2 128 V, Probable Taber Court Officers It is altogether likely that the establishment of court offices for the Taber sub-judicial district will be complete;! en February 1, and that the new oficers will take up their duties then. It is understood that E. T. Westlake of Taber is to receive the appointment of e'lerk "of the court, and that he will take charge of records from Lethbridge after the first of the month. Following; tliis, all district and supreme court cases will be Uied here. Judge Jackson, it is understood, may hold chambers here once a week. -Taber Times. Young Men's Social Hour The Young .Men's meeting tomorrow night will be in charge of Rev. A. H. Denoon. His subject, ".Mind, Body and What Else." is the last in the Beries of Strugiles THESE BEGIN EARLY ENOUGH WITH THE 'AVERAGE KIDDIE. ALWAYS A "BATTLE ROYAL" Td'ciVe THEM MEDICINE. NOT,SO WITH . Cherry Bark Syrup The Men's Own � "Is the world growing better?" Is an issue �which has been subject to a multiplicity of opinion, conviction and expression, and in turn has received a , most streniious support in affirmative and negative. It is a field of opinion which affords' an abundant scope for free, thflught'and speech and the sub-J/ ject ->vill be introduced and discussed _ , at the Men's Own.tomo-rrow afternoon.  Mr. Marsh, the late pastor of Hardle-vi'ile'Presbyterian church, will'set the ball rolling; upon his second visit to the Men's Otvn, and those who had the pleasure of listening to the speaker in his recently extremely interesting address upon "Social Service," will need no convincing that .Mr. Marsh will have somefchiug to say worth while, � .pGt.r THEY JUST LO , DOES THEM G 2oc, oik' apd $1.00. J.D.!1iein!iQ[i]afn&Co,Ltl The 3^�>cag Stor0 TELEPHONE NO. 322 Dry-Farming Congress at Denver Successful negotiations have been concluded by the International Dry-Farming Congress with the city of Denver, Colo., for the holding of the tenth annua'l congress and exposition in that city from October 4 to 7, inclusive. The International Soil Products exposition will be held from September .27 to October 9, inclusive. This intimation was' received this morning from the executive secretary-treasuren it. H. Faxon. The offices for the year have been moved from Wichita to Denver. . The Congress will, as usual, draw from every Western and many ether states ot the Union; from Canadian provinces; from foreign countries, with the usual eon-, vocation of public men," scientists and research men, bankers and businessmen, and practical farmers. MILITARY HORSES WANTED^ RIDING HORSES Age, o to !) years. Weight, 1000 to 1150 pounds. Height, 15 to 15-3 hands. ARTILLERY HORSES Age, 5 to 0 years. W^eight, 1100 to 1300 (miinds. Height, 15 to 15-3 hands. COLOURS-Bays, Browns, Blacks. Chestnuts, Blue Roans, Red Etoaiis. -No Light .Greys or Whites. .^'REQUIREMENTS-^All horses must be in good condition, Koutfdi-of good conformation, free from blemishes or vice, and brok,^p to harness or saddle. , .HORSES WILL BE INSPECTED AT: "COWLEY-Monday, Ist February. i ,'PINCHER CREEK-Tuesday and Wednesday, 2pd and 3rtl of Februafy. vjMACLEOD--Thursday. 4th February. .'.LETHBRIDGE-Friday, 5th February, 1915. L. S.MANZER, Purchasing Officer for Canadian Government. CITY AND DISTRICT JUDGE JACKSON.^ PRESIDENT Chinook Club Elects Officers for the Ensuing Year .\t the annual meeting of the Cblii: ook club held Thursday evening, .luilga Jaclisou was elctod president for the topics clmsen for the month of Janu- (,n., at the 'i'.M.C.A. president, .ind an executive committee, consisting ot O. -N'. Kennedy, manager ot the Merchants Bank; Commissioner Crace. and G. R.. Tinning, manager cf the Union Bank, was also elected. - Only the finest hili-grown teas are used in the 'blending of Salada Tea; Low-grovi'n teas would be far cheaper to U89 but then you would not get the distinctive .^alada flavor.  LOCAL WHEAT Trade pricfc:s: No. 1 Xor. l:;!?; Sv. " Nor. Vj;i% No. :; .Nor. 127 Wiigoii lots,; Nu. 1 -N'or.. . 12a No. i Nor. .. 120 No. MARKETS No. 1 Ited No. �! fled No. -A Rod 127% Nor. HE N'J. 1 lied. . No. V 1.10(1 No. li,-id.. lis' IN HEART OF CITY HOTELSAVOY - SKATTLE ' 'TweW� Storiu tii Salid Comfort" Absolutely fireproof-concrete. Bteol and marble. � Enlnrgcd lobb}-. New GrlU-^flneot on Coast. ,, EUROPEAN PUN-$1 per diy bp Wilb Bsllis-$2 per-dsy up ; ONLY ONE "Bromo Quinine,- that is f^axative Rromo Qiunine Cures a CoM in One Day, Crip in 2 Days OLD BACKS NEED HELP When people get to be 50 and 60 and 70, they need alittle help sometime to get through with the day's work. Their backs can't stand the he.ivy loads, the steady strain, of lusty youth. They need St. Raphael Ont., Jan. 5lh. "Four ytfarr; apo. I h:iJ ...itch n;n'ns in my ' �� �Tlir pniys oi-iitiU'is. I B b'ark'liiat 1 couId"liot work. Tl tcniied to my arinii, nides.snd i*l:t used m.-iny kniils of rncliciiic for ot-t-ra ywir. none of wniL-h did nic very nulcli (food. I rr.-nl nbnnt'Oin Pills and netit for u sample and tiKcd diein and found the paljis were leaving: u\e and I was feclm^ Iwlti'i*. So I brttifjlit one bivs and Iwfarc I had used them all, tiic p.-iinii were almost ij^onc and I roiild keep at worll. After L had taken six other boxe,i, I -was rntirifly cured and I feel as stronp at g the acre of'oO. I am a farmer, now 61 years old."; . , FKANl; I-KAt.AND Gin Piils are "Made in Canada". BOc a box, 6 for $2.50 at all dealers. Sold in ij.S. under the' name of GINO" Pills Trial treatment free'ifyoil-write National Drug & Chemical Co. of Canada, Limited;' Toronto. 204 Funeral,of MIBB Craig The funeral of the late Margaret. Cratg, who died ,very suddenly on Wednesday morning, was hold yesterday afternoon from the family residence. The 'pall-bearers were: Archibald Stewart, James McDonald, Albert Kane, Teddy Cunulngnam, Alex. Martin and Wliam Kellv. The floral tributes' were Very neautitul and profuse, and included SRrjVH'and other offerings from'the JollDwiiig: Miss Cu.ther-ine-Kechel, Ale.K. Martin,,Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Martin. .Mr. W. D. Scott, Mr, and Mrs, Ed.-.Chaprann'and jfamily, Mrs. Budd Raid, Mr.'and Mrs' Delay, Miss .May Davis, and Mrs. H, Smith, Wesley Girls' Sunday school class. Knights olNJMalta, >MlSH Rubv Slmm, Mrs. Wm. Taj'ior and son and Miss Nellie Cunningham.............................. SCHOOL BOYS PLAY HOCKEY "Cure Yoiir Rupture Like -I CurtdMine" Old Sea Captain Cnnd Eli Own Rupture After Docton Said "Operate .or DeatL" Bis Bansdy and Bpek Beat VrM. to nhy rUptvire snUorer wh6'will nil out the belb-w.'coupon, "Bat Hond It. tlabt away-now-before you- put dOH'p thl� jpaper.'' , �� �: .:.>�'  FRex miPivitemooK AMO ROHiEitr aoupoM. Cnpt. W, A. OoUlnBB (Ino,) Box 811, Wetortown. TSA. Plenne send me your FRliiB Boptnre Hompdy and A)Ok-w)thont any obll-gatlou on:iny part whatever. , Name.............. ..^............. Address ......... ^.....; ^^^^ ;