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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 31, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta HIGH CLASS PRINTING HERALD JOB DEPARTMENT LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD HOTEL WINDSOR Best $1.25 a bay Hotel in Alberta Madam : When the Grocer says its just as good as ^ Taylor Made he doubts your judgment SAVE MONEY ON JAMS BY BUYING BY THE CASE ST. WILLIAMS", FURNIVAL'S AND HARVEST BOUGHT A LARGE QUANTITY LAST FALL DIR LOW. HERE ARE SOME SPECIAL PRICES FOR FURNIVAL'S JAMS-4 lb pails: . Strawberry, per pall...................-.. 73c  Rasplier'rj-. por pali..................... 69c Mlncli Curniiu. per .pail................. 6l9c. I'l'noli. Plum and Oooseberry, per pall . .. 64c. HARVEST CRAB APPLE JELLY. \ pomul [lail.'i. per pall .......................... 65c. TlH- above in assorted ca.^t'.'i as follows, Threi' Strawberry, two Htutpberry. two Ulack l.'iirrniil, one eacli. I'eaeh. Plum and lloosfiberry, two ('rati .\pple .lolly. 12 tins, special Iter case $7.65 lor less tlian Ii4c a pwlli ARE ALL PURE HIGH GQADE JAMS. WE ECT FROM THE PACKERS WHEN PRICES WERE THIS WEEK: ST. WILLIAMS' PURE JAMS Guaranteed at least 4 lb net weight. Straw-borry, per pall .................... 78c. Kaspberry. por pall ..................... 72c. HlaeU t'urrant. )ier pail.................. 72c. IVacli. I'luin and Red Currant, each ..... 68c. MARMALADE, per pail ................. 60c. 'I'he above assorted as I'ollows, in cases; Two Strawberry, two Itaspberry, one eticli UlacU (.'ur-rant. Peach, PUiiu. Ked Currant and Marmalade, ;i tins, special per case .................. $5,85 lor i)">c a pail.) OFFICE PHONE 1271 THE GOOD CO. HIGH-CLASS GROCERIES STORE PHONE 52 5 WEA'rilER Lcilibridsc. eloiidy t;: BREAD WINNERS Port Arthur, clear .. u; Regiiia. cloudy ..... . -10 -10 Swift Current, lair . - *; -12 .111 Kaiiiloops.......... . - 4 .Moose .law. clear . .. . - s -HI Qu Apj)elle, clear ... . 12 -IS Kdmonton, clear .... -- 'J li Winnipeg-, clear .... . - s -21 13attleford. cloudy ., - i; - .( Calgary, clear ...... t -- .'^ Penlictoii .......... S Minnedosa. clear ... .. 1 ' 2S Medicine Hat .,---- 0 1 N'olson ............ III 4 The weather has been cold o\ er the pi^airie jiroviiices. Forecast .Manitoba and Saskatchewan. Strong j winds, fair and extremely cold. i Alberta-I-'air and very cold. Avluj eai Model Bakery Bread are sure of a li'oud return for their hilior. It is Aviiole-soiue. nourishing aiid a greai muscle builder. .Some people say Ihey do not like hakfr's bread. i)ui lhai is l)eeause lliey do notcai Model Bakej-y'Bread. It Is without doubt the best flavoured bread it is possible to make. We'll leave it to the boys and girlc. If they like it, depend on it, U Is good bread. Boys and girls always like Model Bakery Breach.. The loaf is attractive to the eye and has that taste-quality -that attracts the children, the superior richness and sweetness that is peculiar to our bread. A.sk your (irocei'oi- phone ll7o uurt llio rij; will call. THE MODEL BAKERY N. J. SCHWEITZER, PROP. I CITY A N D DLSIIMCT Hat Chairman Hector Lang, chairman oi' ilu; ! school board of the city of Medioine 1 Hat. is in the city todiiy. \ Joins Herald Staff \ Iv. K. .1. For.ster has joined the Her-! j aid siafi". taking charge oi: the clrcula- i llion outside the city. f. C. Cranston ' remains in eharge of the city circnla-' tion. i__ No Convention ! Tlioiigh it will not be linally decid- j ' ed until the return of the president j 'and .secretary from the Indianapolis*.i ! convention, the Herald has it on good authority today' thai there will be no j convention of District No. IS, t'. M. W. of A. af l^ernie tiiis .vear. Proper Breathing The lungs cannot act properly i>: the nostrils are congested and clogged. Tor (hat iiersistent Chronic Catarrh of the no,se a prolonged, medicine is necessary to stimulate the membranes and keep the breathing tree. Nyal's Catarrhal Balm soCl-ens the hard discharge permitting it to bi' easily dislodged. Its soothing antiseptic action tones up the mucous lining oi: the nose and makes breathing ii pleasure. Stuffy breathing, certainly "doe.s make one feel unfit for' anything. Tile collapsible lube with the long nasal Is \C most, cleanly -and confeiiieni method of inedicatlou. Costs onlv half a (JoUar. The Red Cross DrMg & Beck Co., Limited Realize Board of Trade is Behind Farmers in District The Popularity That FLOUR enjoys is due only l,o t;lu; liigii ; ^.standard of quality maintained . and'the moderate price at which ' it is .sold. See your grocer about ..it. NOW^ ElllSDII MULING & ElEVATDR CD. Fanners of Southcvn .Vlbeita teal-i/e that the LclhbridRC Board of Trade is behind them in tlieir eU'orls 1 to build up tlif south as U.e greatest agriculturtil section of the west. So says A. McCullougli, a proniiiioiit l.,uiidbreck farmer, who is spending a few day.s in the city. Mr. :\lcCulloiigh dfclares that tlic tartners vi the south icalize tlie new aims of the hoard ot trade and apnrcciate what is being done. If the amendments to the Bank Act are made as suggistcd, it will mean a great impetus to live stock raising, l^undbreck farmers arc lead- IHE COMING lEK IN In this Column Will be Published Every Monday 'hurch Announcements for the Comlna Week. Notices for This Column Should Reach this office not later than 10 a.m. Monday. Announcements of Enter- . tainments for which Admission is Charged will not, cf course, be accepted for this column.  ' At Christian Tliis evening at S o'clocli tlic Christian lOndeavor will meet at the cluircli. .All members are urged lo ers ill the mixctl fariv.ing movement i '^^ Picsent, now, but will turn more and more to slock if tlie Act is amended. The winter wheat in tlie Luiulbreck district is in good shape, says Mr. McCuIlougli. It lias line covering of snow and slifjuld come out in good sliapo. There is a large acreage. Urillliig 111 tlie Liuiilhreck "oil tiehl is proceeding slowly. Two ilrills arc wVrking. one being down over feet niKl one omt 1200. 2000 Sheet Music AND SMALL Musical Instruments Mason & Risch^ Ltd. Si- Balmoraf Block oth St. S. Who Claims This Picture The picture that was put up fori j raffle at the Gymkhana has never! i been claimed. The lucky number is I IT. A ioK muff and a small laundry I bag that were found' at the Crvm-khana, are also awaiting cwnens. These articles mav be obtained from Mr.s. Robinson, Sth Street .Soutii. Lumber Business Good MOND'AV'S' GRAIN PRICES I Chas. Sine, of Calgary, who has Winnjpeg,, Mali., Jan. 31.-Opening i been connected witli the lumber !>uf=i- - Pasteurized and Carefully Handled TheGrystal DairyCo, -; phone 1576. and closing 'prices on the .'grain exchanges 'today w-eie : :Wheat-'. . Open Close Matv-..............-� 1.30i 1.275 Jtiiv ...........'.:..... 1.'29!. ' ' Ortt.s-  '....... " Mav .....V...........V .......;. iOJ, \-(}. Jiilv ......:............,....;.� in- 17:1 Barley- Mav.................. ......... li Flrfx- Mnv................ ......... 'AVINKIPHG CASH I No. \ Sot................... jNo. i \or................... j No, ''! Nor, ......... 'No. 4 Nor.................. !No. fi Nor.................. I Oats-No. i C. \V.............. No. 3 .C. W. ............... Kxtra No. 1 Feed ........ No. 1 Fred ................ i Harlev- ness in this province for many years past, is in iliS city ijoday. He states that the outlook for the lumber dealers this year'i.s very bright. Snow in the mountains has. some ivliat interfered with the usual winter logging oiieralions.' 2.17.'. 2.11 I'KfC'l'JS ............ i.iHi ............ 1.21i ............ 1.18^ i . Diphtheria North of City i What appears to be an incipient diphtheria epidemic is reported today ' from Albioii Ridge, 2() miles .north of I Uiamond City. One victim has al-I ready been claimed, death yesterday overtaking tbe six-year-old ,child of , , Jas. T. C. Crwillam of that district. , ^^JiTwo other children of the family are also ill, wiiile three older members show syiiiiitomH. There is_ also a lot ot sickness throughout tlie conuiiu-1 _ nity. The mntier caiiie to tlie atteii- j tion of tne Mounted Police here, and! LOOKING FOR NAVAL CLASH Pennetather dlspuidied a man i Christiana, via London, ,Jaii. ai.- l.n U u 111 Just In From Manchester Dr. Casscirs Tablets 50(' For weak women and and nervous children. Dr. Oa.sseirs liistaiif Kelief Tahlet.s. .50c. For Constipation. Flatulence. Liver 'I'rouhleK. and Indigestion. A'eno's Lightning Cough Cure, 3()c CouBliS; .QolUs, Asthfna, etc.. For Bronchitis, etc. J. D. Higinbotham & Co. - Limited - The yii^taii Jtor* Atrocities Continue in Mexico, Says Mormon Wednesday at 2 p.m.. Ladies' .\id Society meets at the home of .Mr.=. Smith, '.lliti- Slh Street ' South. All members are retiuested to be present. Wednesday evening mid-week prayer service at the homo of .Mr. Seaman, ijli; ."lib Avomio South. ( At Baptist Wednesday evening at S o'clock, roRuliir mid-weok prayer service. At Westiininster Tonigiit, regular cltizeuBhip night of the I'jpworih League. Pte. A. .M. Mc-Cloiui, of the 113th."will speak. Tuesday afternoon \\v I.Kp. the Daughters of lluth. 1 Tuesday evening �l 7.'iO, the Qiieeii.-^ ! of Avelon. " ' Wedneaday eieliiiig, lirayer service iai the home of Air. and,.Mrs. W'e.-itcott.  Ktlli 3rd .Vveiiiio North. ! Friday at 4.15. .lunioi- Ciioir prai-hi'-c; S p.m.. Senior Choir practice. I At First Church of Christ. Scientist Wednesda.v- evening, Insiiiiiony meeting. . At Wesley This evening at S o'clock tile Vouns People's Society -will meet. Air. Frog-ley of Winnipeg will give an important address innler the (iood Ciiizeii-sliip department. All young people, particularly youug men. are 'invited. .Soldier l)oys will lie cordially welcomed. . , Wednesday at ii.m.. Ladies' .Vid ulon A. SKousoii, ol this town, stat- hj,jji^^j,g meeting. Ladles are reriuest-ed thai a hand ut N lUa s icllowers , g,, j, i,,.;, ^^^^^^ ^^.g,,,. stopped at his (lour mill at Dublan in ' the state oi Chihuahua, rudely demanded the entire sunplv of wheat lie had in storage. Not content with con-1 tiscatiiig the grain, he forced Mr. Skoiisou to griiiii the grain into Hour, i His'loss in'actual properly duringj the pasl two years in Mexico will ; i'xceed eiitlit thousand dollars. I A hrotlier of I'resideiit T. C. Koni-j iiey of the Knigln Acadejjty here, , owns a, stoi'-' '� Dnblaii, and word is ; received that bandits recentU- planU'd : ' ; bomb.s under the building and coin-! pictely demolished it aft^r taking! Cardston, .fan. .'11,-The coal sltua what they dCKite.l. 'I'lic e,\plosion ) (jo,, ictuiilns nS/.ierlouM as over, al broke llie windows in houses for many ' I!a)nioiiJ, ,)aii. .'il,-Thai ilic atrocities both ti) life and property in the northern states of Mexico are still rampant and that the inllueme of Villa's campaign ot brigandage goes oti despite tiic capture of their Icad.r, is revealed in iiiiorniat.ion ri'acliiiig licic from former Paynioiiil people who .settled in the Mormon colotiie.'i in the turbulefit southern republic. P. I.. .Skousoji, fatlier of the Skou-siiii brotiiers, well known in the south , coimtry, in - letter to his son, 7,cb-1 Wednesday evening, regular mil week pra.vor service. At Knox  Tuesday afiernooii at-4.15, the Sl uior Alissioii Hand will iiioet in tl| school room. Wednesday evening, the roguli| prayer meoting, Thursday at :i p,m., meeting of til Ladies' .\id. Collectors for the sy| tematic giving wilt call during tlT week. All the ladies of the congr| ', gallon are cordially itivltod. ! Thursday evtyiingi choir jiracticc i| ; usiipI. i At St. Mary's WediiL'sduy at S p.iii., service intercession. Frid.iy at is p.m., tlirls" Society wi| meet in the parish hali.^ i At .St. Augustln's i Tonight at S o'clock, the Men's S| jciety will nieet.in the club rooms. I Friday at 4.15 the .lunior .'Vuxilhul I will meet at the rectory, i At St, Cyprian's i Tonight at 7.:iil at the rectory, lli| Boys' Club. The .lunior Brotiierhoo of St. Andrew's will meet at til close of the meeting of lite - Uoy| Club. Tuesday eiening al S o'clock. lli| .lunior Girls' Bible class will meet the rectory Jn place of Thursdal night. Wednesday evening at S o'clock, ill tercfessional service. TeachorB Traill ing class pi S,30 in iiarish room, Thursday aftarnodn ,tlie women il tlio church will sew at the. Red Cros| rooms, Friday at ,S ii.m., choir practice. americans are arrested Liverpool, .Ian. 20.-A niiinher ii Americans have, been arrested liei charged willi livinir in areas in whic foreigners have been prohibited, an I with registering Iheniselvcs as lish. though temporary relief has heen obtained through the arrival of a car Tliougli thi! 300 to 100(1 No, ;i Mav ,. .IiiJ'y .. Man .Itil'v ClllC.'UiO WUKAT .....'............... l.Sli �......................l-25i AUNNbiAPOLlS UllKAT ........................... i.-.m ..:....................... i.30i with medical assistjince. Dr.'Thompson niaUins tlio journey. 'I'lie cu!-:c i''.xtraorriinary licitisii and naval .ictivitv has been in tods aioimd. The conditions ii, the northern .state.s, the cbmlminications state, are:of coal every oilier day. teuiblc. I'll!' once-fertile and prosper-; sales are onlv made In -�-r|;;:?rrK:^i.:ay"^:;mSS .^th'-"-" -^'"^ -----� j the tmlsidc wcrld is cut ofi. as are also the telephone and te'cgraphic lines. Man- o? the Mormon colonists Oerniaii;-''Hve moved across the border and, evidence ; . li^c, .Shccp-Olioice killing cwcs, DJc. rf3lcci. hogs, lOOraaO Uis,, Sc. Live fowl, 10c. tBs. BUYiNp PRICES t^OR VEGETABLEti Carrotu. per cwt., .tl.OO. BecVs,' per owe, $1.00. 'j'urnips, per cwt., 75c. Volatot;s, pev tan, *;i5i to S13.  - Patsnip-t,'per owt. .$1.50. '�(iCha'siJ. p�r c-(vt., T.'c tt/ Jl 00, toxin were used yesterday in an effort to checl; the disease among tliose sliowing symptoms. I'.egiiia proposes soiling ,1 number o! city liors'es as means toward i!Con- UlllV. ', IS GERMANY'S LAST WORD REGARDINd LUSITANIA London. Jan. .'il.-The Daily ICx-Itii) 'press' Gdicya corri-spondcnt iiucdi's �.ihi the Frankfurter 7-eitujig to lite efie^a UI2i; that Uerinaiiy's final answer in the 48 ilAisitania casa lias be'.'n hubnilttcd io Washington and that the "action ot lite suhmariiio connuaiidcr is'not disapproved, and (iciniany �'ill nial;e no further concessions." EVERY THREE M ONE DIES IN THE U. S. HAY . . 10.00 ... U,5U ... 9,00 ... 8.on ... 0.511 GRIPPE TOLL )HEAVY TopeKu, ICaii., .Ian. 20. - Grippe caused ;i4S deaths in Kansas during December, according to figures compiled by the registrar of the state board of health, ina-lisii-trs, ieinity ried took to j uiitui uvrtLUULcu iiomcr., fjiii> i.u find � them in a great many instances a nias-i of blackened ruins. The treatment accorded the Mor-iiioii colonics ill Nortlicrn Mexico during tlie Varying scenes ol the revolu-tioji, formed one of flip blackest pages of niuderii history. Millions of larw'' worth of property has been destroyed, men have l;c3n killetl and women' outraged by the blooil-thitsty vassals ot ambitious tmtlaws. .Vp-l-cals iiave repea.leaiy t.c^n made to WasUiiigtoii, hut little or no satisvac-tititi has liee.n given. Tliese colonies, once the beautiful garden spot of Northern Mexico, progressive, peace-law-abiding, with their far below the duinand, as Cnrdslon is the distrlbuiing centre I'or len other towns in a radius of 20 miles, and a(l of them depend upon this city for their coal supjily.  O'ho wish is general for a break/in the cold weather. In order to conserve the coal sup-lily all churcii �ai'vicoij yesterday were caneoUod, and in place cottage meetings were iiistllnted throughout the two wards, -U the rKBldeut'B of Alayor .las. T. yrown on Saturday, the water jacket ill tne stove, osploUed, caused through the froo^iug up of the connecting water pipes, Thq, stove was a^ to.tal wreck, pieCus,Hying Jn ail directions. Windows wore BiriaBliod, wliiln one doi-'wont through a ivasJiInK ' machine Htanding close hy. Although several persons were in the' room at the time, no one was injured. l-:ni to run-down women Detroit Woman Tells How to Regal Strength iJeiroil, .Mich. "1 was In sucli a rui down condition r had no ambition t do anything, I had a chronic coug and cold and nothing seomed to gtv me any relief, and 1 was graduall getting wt)rst, until a friend advise^ mo to try' Vino), which 1 did. Afte the first day or two it seemed to pu new life Into me, the tired worn-ou feeling began to disappear, I rogaineij my appetite and was able to get good night's rest, The cough gradl ually Avore away, and lam now feel Ing like myself again, so tliat T coi do all my housework anil go about m duties as usual. Viiiol is cortalnl a wonderful medicine," Mrs, .W(/E Waters, Detroit, Wloli, Vlnol restores health and slrengtl in conilitlons like this, because in natural manner It incrouses the uppe tlte, tones up the digestive organs enriches the hlaod and strengthen every organ in',siii{^ of yonr furiiitiii'c let UH do U i'oi'yoii, l)y Auction or IM'ivjile Sale. We Know How Xhe City Second-hand Store The House with a Clean Method of Doing Business 408 Fifth.Streot^S'oyth - V RHONE 1428, 141 ;