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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 19, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta DECEMBER 19. 191? THE LBTHBIUDGE DAILY HERALD PAGE SEVEN CONTAINS NO ALUM BAKING Users of this well known article Have jihe assurance that food is made' more wholesonxe arid nutritious by Its use. is a pure phosphate baking powder, and it is a well known fact that phosphate is a necessary constituent in food. while alum is a dangerous min- eral acid. "Magic" Baking Powder con- no egg albumen or other added ingredient for the purpose of making unfair and deceptive tests which have no value as a, constituent of baking powder. economy buy the full weight LIMITED TORONTO, ONT. MONTREAL BRING DOWN. GERMAN FLIERS Two American; Members of, Uafay- ette Squadron Are Sueceftfiii; Paris, J. BIddio of Andalusia, Pa., irid Puelps Cvlllns of Detroit, Mich., both members of the LafajuUo' flying squadron, have each brought down a German machine with- in the'last-week. k PIANOS; 3TEINWAY.' NEW SCALE WILLIAMS. HAINES BROS. These pianos arc fount! In most exclutlvQ-homei. 'Thsy are made of the finest and best material.; procurable and by the most ikllled work- men. v Styles; and prices to everyone. and them. Assimboin 316 6th St. Repiember the Addrets Managers and Accountants But Not Tellers, Exempted, Says Mr. Justice Simmons Plan it Send Big Hudson River Boat to Halifax for Winter Now York, Dec. Canadian Club of Now York, on the recommen- dation of A. J. Morris, a tueciber of tLe clubs'relief committee DOW in Hal- ifax, aud endorsed the coinnjltteo of Halifax, has negotiated with tho Morso Steamship Company to charter one of their Hudson Iliver which at season is laid up. This boat providing sufficient money can be raited, will bo sent to Halifax for tho winter and will shelter vi.OOO homeless sufferers. In addition to tho S3.000 sent to tho central relief commltteo Immediately after tho disaster, the Canadian Club has appropriated to the board oi jroveruors of the Orphans Home at Halifax. Over baa already been rais- ed for all purposes and contributions are still coming In. Dec. E. Earth, su- perintendent of tho J'erchanls Hank 'or AllerUt, made application Wednes- day la the appeal tribunal for exemp- tion (or thirteen employees. He point- ed out to -Mr. Justice Simmons that out ol 871 employed CIO hail culljled, about 40 of whom had been taken with conscription. The thirteen especially asked demotion fur were employed where It was said to ho impossible to find substitutes. Tho judge's ruling was that managers and accountants should bo exempted of tho dif- ficulty to replace them, tellers and all clerks beneath should bo" re- quired to join tho forced. His lord- ship made a strong plea that youns Montreal, Dec. man who pos- ed, as Sergeant Williams 'of the 4Sth Ammunition Column of Winnipeg and who -wore the-unlform of ,a_sergeanV with decorations to show that he had been twice wounded, also several 3ec- orp.tions euch ?.s' are bestowed for bravery on tho field ,of .ar- rested at tho" Chateau'Laufjer, Ot- tawa, yesterday by Chief Molfatt of Qtie., who had- followed the supposed.soldier there from this city for. the purpose of taking him in- to custody OD 'ctar'ses of. theft and Im- personating a: -WiHlams pleaded guilty, to stealing clothing from i.boarding house In' Sherbropko "street.and , imper- sonation of a-; non-hoTnmissIoned offi- be sentenced on Friday. T I--'- POSSIBLY SO Is no eicoio for high '.''That the reason nobody Is offering .City Journal Paris, Dec. 'attempts by tlio Germans to approach Freach posi- tions in the Argonne near Four De Paris last night were defeated .with losses the war office announced today. The communication follows: ''The enemy's artillery during the night bombarded our first lines south of' Juvlncourt and in the Argonne at Four De I'aris. Our batteries replied i effectively. At tho latter point enemy I forces which made two attempts to approach our positions were repulsed with losses. "In .Lorraine, in the sectors of All- rey and Nauroy. our patrols look pris- oners, including an officer. "There is nothing to report from the remainder of the front." "Last night German aviators threw down fifty bombs in the region of Dunkirk. No victims have been re- ported thus far." 1'oultry all varieties 1'ork '''Jsh 53J.41I! 1'lcklcd pork Alherla and Columbia, Harem Sasl ak'iio'.van and Yukon -llum Ham anil 'bacon I .Million H lamb yra'.lry all var- !C1', I'K-fclKl beet 1.S39.031 5I.3CO 105.559 35.933 77.SC4 43.71S I 39.595 644.S5J j pfc SS3.195 SS3.190 213.255 women he trained for the positions. A Tellers were given six months' time they need to report. Another Interesting that came I up Wednesday morning itmt o[ an t Italian, John Zancanaro. He is sup j porting his mother iu Italy, where two j brothers are serving in tho onr.y. IK' lias been sending from SUO to to! her monthly, aud would Ijo out support if this allowance wi-rc cat} off. His lordship was .if 1113 oplntoji' that each country Ipuk after its own .dependents, ami that Canada! should not bo for mothers In Italy. Ho finally decided tint'the' case should be sent to the centntt judge at Ottawa that a lest might be made of it. I'ickled pork llaton...... Ham........ Ham and bacon Mutton lamb Poultry-all var- ieties 304.139 2S5.3M 191.339 Fish........ M7C.S7S S6.445 43S.6M Manitoba Ottawa, Dec. acting com- missioner of the minister of labor ro nam cost of living has issued the regular jlam ...j monthly statement as to quantities of vutton amflYmh' food held Jn cold storage as of Dccem- ber 1, 1917. A big decrease In the quantity of eggs and butter In cold storage on Uecember 1 as compared with November 1: Is shown In ,the monthly report of the acting commis- sioner of labor ro cost of living. Tho term storage" Is not used in a, technical sense. The statement In-J cludea pickled as well as chilled andl frozen meats, and fish and diary pro-1 ducts. Practically all the large fish companies of Canada report their j holdings. The quantities on hand the first of! December, 1917, and the first of No- j vember, 1917, are as follows: Nov. 1 Dec. 1 I Eggs, dozen Pounds Eggs................ Butter............... Cheese................ Beet................ Pork............... Pickled pork.......... Bacon................ W.5S3 2S7.711 1S.SOS Dr.A.T.Spankie M.D, C. M. EYE, EAR, NOSE AND THROAT SPECIALIST. Office rooms, 121-122 New P. Burns Building, Corner Sih Aye, 2nd St. East, Calgary. Office Phono M2S4S Residence I'hope M2077 Interne and Ho.ise Surgeon, Manhattan '.Eye. Ear.. Noso and Thfba't-Hoipltil, New YorJcCHy J911-1914....... Calaary School Board 274-24 f, i... y Auction Sale of a Valuable Ranch will be offered tor at public auction, subject to reserre price, at. Ihe Hotel, Magrath, Southern Alberta, oh Saturday, .the 23th day of December, 1317, at Uie hour at'.one o' the afternoon, that valuable" ranching property, consisting of lying in Township 2, Range 4lh'nnit beautirully nltiiated on, and north and west of the north branch o( the Milk river, m'oire'jmrtfcv-' larty and legally described as per Certificate.of will be produced'aftho sale, on the following terms: One fourth cash) balance In five equal consecutive annual instalments. Interest'at 7% with the privilege pj paying .the whole or parfof purchase money at any.tlmo before matuiily. This Ranch, familiarly known M the Pago Hanci, Is well fenced, .400'icres, or less, of cultivated land upon of- which' 200, moro or less, are in summerfallow. The buildings are of frame and shingle conslruction, and couist of a four a fore- man's house, good stabling and granary accommodation, extensive corrals, etc..-There is never filling 'supply of Vratw bhliinW not 'only from the.Milk Ulver, but also from beautiful springs; many of' which are Inrga in orca and InexhirasUble in In fact for purposes tho water uid, Suturagef on this Ranch art. Ihe outstanding while for railed fanning and agricultural 'purposesT U'rre of arable land on the Ranch uplands cun'.be brought i r oflder (he plow. ..L .-'-._ FOR FURTMeR PARTtCULARS APPLY TO THE STANDARD TRUSTS COMPANY- TRUSfEES AND ADMINISTRATORS AND.TITtE :HOL December, 1951. torpedoing'by a submarine of the.Spanish Novrle gros 5 Is" r e- ported in a dispatch from Biarrlts to the Ei eel sior, quo tins advices receiv- there from IJalboa. Thirty'.'of the have.been landed.. their, ship was', torpedoed, -without warning at night and they were all .thrown into the sea.' After swimming about for ah' hour they were picked tip by French patrol ships, 'who put the submarine to flight. GERMAN REPORT J Berlin, Dec. aviators last night-dropped bombs on London, Ramsgate, and Margate, the German war office announced In its official statement issued today. Butter...... Gheeso Beef, fresh and 'frozen..... Beef, ntcklcd Beef, tolal___ Pork, fresh and frozen Pork, pickled j Pork, total----- j Bacon and bam and snaoked GERMAN PATROLS ACTIVE London. Dec. patrols were active last. night In Flanders, near Passchen-. riaele. Otherwise there were ho o'perationsfbf consequence, the war .off Ice reports. The state- ment follows: reconnolterers- sn- dearored to approach onr posts southeast and' northeast PasschendRele. They were 'driven off by our fire. Wo sec- ured a few prisoners. Else- where there was nothing of special Interest." Tho above figures for December In- clude reports of 140 coid storage plants and cover ninety-nine per, cent of all the cold storage companies In Canada.! To estimate the total of any' of the commodities In Canada and un- der control of cold storage'companies add about ten per cent to represent goods In transit. The following statement shows the distribution of the total quantities in each of such commodities In store Dc- cember 1, 1917, reported according to established districts: Maritinie Quebec Provinces 1.6I3.3GO Butter Cheese...... 19S.1S2 Beef......-. Pickled beef Pork........ Pickled pork Bacon'..-.. j so CIGARS THAT MAKE THE MAN SAY 'THANK YOU" AS IF HE MEANT it So often a man is, the recipient of a gift that he doesn't care a snap about. He oHimes lays it aside and forgetsall about it., A boi of otrr Is entirely different. sayi yoti" In that sWs ho acprcclatw ytmr g'ltt snrf-is not It out 61 merb courtesy. for salc ono hundred. In Christmas fciid regular pickaxes. boxes' o( ten THEARCACi CiftARS, AND meats Mutton lamb Fish ___ Poultry, all var- ieties FARM LANDS i.. Of the Hndflon'i Bay Company tlJ CMftrj ud Sdmontoc Laal CO. CITY AND FARM MORTGAGES The H. Macbeth AUCTION SALE S DRAYING 1245 or 1391 Turnw Witchell at Kennidy'a 410 13th St G6aIC.O.D. Ham....... >7; Him ,fc -bncon Mutton lamb Poultry all var- fetfeg B30.COO Butter Clieead Beef Ontario Toronto beef Pork I AUCTIONEERS We. wish to announce that Peter LeValley and L. I. Nichol- son bave consolidated their In- tcresla as auctioneers and will .conduct nales anywhere In tiie province. The best of workman- ship and guaranteed ( For. sale dales, phone. 1053 or 205 Rural.. Yours for business, AND NICHOLSON Auctioneers, A Percolator, boa, Tfaster, Store or Fixture. We WTC tlwH all WWt twr (ift cooU 701 rre or recem. Star Electric Co. STREET 52 broke, work and saddle, 32 unbroke geldings, weight up to 1200; 24 2-year old; 60 yearlings; 6 heavy mares. This stock IE all sorted end In corrals Juat east of the Taylor Mills, Lc-thbrldEC. YOU CAN BUY ONE OR ALL WILL BE OFFERED AT AUCTION On FRIDAY, DECEMBER 21st AT 1 P.M. SEE G. G. ROSS, ROOM 4 or 7 DOMINION BLOCK ROSS TAYLOR, Owners MR. ROSS LEAVES FOR TORONTO CAMP DECEMBER 3IST. Bailiff's Sale IN THE MATTER OF SEIZURE UNDER CHATTEL MORTGAGE Merchants Bank of Canada, Mortgagee AND D, J. Whitney, Mortgagor 1WILL SELL BY PUBLIC AUCTION AT TWO O'CLOCK IN THE AFTERNOON ON FRIDAY, 21ST DAY OF DECEMBER, 1917 At Smith's Sale Bam, 4th ATC. and 4th St; City. THE FOLLOWING One 4 years old brown gelding; 1500 One 4 years old bay mare. Oae 6 years old bay, saddle horse. One black mare, rising 2 years. ,v '...TERMS CASH Dated at Lethbrldgc, Alberta, thli loti day iilf. T. J. SIMONS, Bailiff. Auction Sale PUHE SCOTCH SHORTHORNS AT THE FARMERS' FEED BARN, LETHBRIDCE ON- Saturday, Dec 22 1917 AT ONE O'CLOCK THIS LOT CONSISTS: LORD GLOSTER, 20 months old. 2 Cows with calves at foot t 12 2-year old Heifers in calf to Lord Gloster. 3 Cows in calf to Lord Gloster. 2 Heifer Calves, 7 and 8 months old. LAVENDER 6 months old. Straight Scotch, winner in the rinj afl summer. V ;r: H.T. LOVE PICKERING OWNER F.W; PAISLEY LACOMBE, AUCTIONEEX 'I y'. Mid m apoficatMl ite Mr. Urc s AlcuMn Hotel, ;