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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 5, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta Assiniboia Music Co., Ltd. 315 6th Str 8. Phone IMS Editon PhonograplM. The New Cdlson nyd the Amberola. Full range of Records.. ' lath. J!r. Rltch i.s well known to the sheopmeu here havlnp at one fime heen connpcted with the Klepartment of .igricultHre at Otta.iya. Later he went to Australia and then came back to the United States where he is the expert ndv-isor of the growers ot Utah and states in the vicinity. When the sHeepinen last met here Mr. Stevpjis. livestock commissioner, .stated thaV he had an opportunity to set ytr. Riteh to come to Alberta to speak on sheep and wool probliems and WORD OF EARLY PEACE Winnipeg. Feb, 4.-A special ? dispatch to the Free Press from ; its Montreal correspondent. ? says: ? "1 am informed that Sir : Rudolph Forget states that the ? ,Bank ot Montreal received a ? cable today stating that peace ? iiegotiatious would start iuy .................. 40M MOR: BISCUITS. Salted or plain. . Per package . �........................ OYSTER CRACKERS. In bulk. Per pound........................... ASSORTED SWEET, BISCUITS. Packets. Each............:.............. 30c 15c 20c 15^ ASSORTED SWEET, BISCUITS.: Bulk. - Pound...........................-,, 35c FAIRY SODAS' IN t^NS. Salted.'or pl�in. eh' ' Per tin ............................ .OUC SODAS. In wooden boxe�, oonlalnlng about 13 and 20 lbs. each. Sold by the case only. ........... IfC A Few Fresh Eggs in Today, per dozen,....... .......... GOOD CO. HIGH-CLASS GROCERS ... 75c ONE 525 WINNIPEG! MARKET Oats- I Open Close Old conVact: May ... .!....... .. SUTi New contract: May......... .'.. .S6%-Vi SB-g July............. S4^{. 85 Barley- >I�y............ IGSli 163 U Flax-May......... ... :!30 330% Oat�- \ Xo. 2 C.\V...S9-8 Xo. .1 C.W.,,S4% Extra 1 Feed...............S3% No. 1 Feea..SO% No. 2 Feed-.TTri Barley- Vo. 3......160 Xo. 4 .;____155 Rejected and Feed (........ISO , Flax-No. 1 N.W.C.................32,i% No. 2 C.W....322U No. 3 C.W...304^ Winnipeg Livestock Winnipeg, Feb. 5.-Offerings today at the Union Stock Yards 150 cattle, .89 hogs. Very little stuff changing hands. The bulk held for tomorrow's market.~ 3Tarket prices are quoted as steady on.all butcher stuff. One prime load of steers averaging 13S0 pounds sold fof $13.00 'per 100 pounds, fully J1.50 over the market on account of quality. ' , . Calaary Livestock Calgary, Feb. 5.-Hogii; are being held tor $18.73, but no bids are forthcoming for the two cars In the yards. Cattle are slightly stroiyffcr. Six cars sold today, the top being >10.25.-New York Stock* New Yol-k, Feb. 5.-Gliiiing sales: i C.P.R. H7V4; V. S. steel 9514; u. S. Steel Preferred 111. s : The Quinine! Vhat Ooe� Not Affect Head �., Because of Us tonic and laxative effect. Laxative Brorao Quinine can be taken by anyone \vtthDiii okuslng nervousness or ringing ii^he head.' There is only one "Bromo, Quihlne.", E. W. GROVE'S signature is on box. 30c. ANNOUNCEMENTS -A. dance will be held in Bergmann's hail Tuesday nlghj, Feb'.ath, dancing from S to 12, 2-piece orchestra. 46-2 The "I ToTcf You So's" as seen in the play the "Bu-iy Ladies Aid" at the United Church will, we feel sure, make airpesstraists see themselves as others see them and will no doubt inake all such enter ,more willliigly Into ,the schemes of the rest Come and.see it, waiters. ' ^ , - Look for the big auction sale ad of furniture and 5-paBsfengcr Aurlng-car commencing tomorrow.,, Wednesday; at 1.30 on page six.  Wi L.\yil8on, Auctioneer., ., . ''The SUcker" at the Empress! A Real Feature The big 7-act film-.drama "The Slacker," beiiik^ shown at the Empress tonight and tomorrow If* a play that should appeal to vail. "'TJiih " t�4l^ture. with a 3-reel connjdyt ''Her; Bai'e-back Career," cdmpletes; a, 'tp^Kram , thjjt Hhould please Empress patrons. Do not miss it.-^Advertisement', v.' ' FOR BALE " JUTE SACKS> Grain and PoU^o Car arriving ttiJa  weeU. ' F, O. HYpB Phone.1244 /J?^''i^^^�l|�r�da� 11. Superior Supply Co. 2nU Ave. 8. and Uth Street. , � MINIf�0.;;VwLp�NG .4 I^/^ILWAY.. SUPPLIES 4 EQUIPMENT iryoHC'ResAejoERsoN and emerson fa�iiiVJMplewentj CANG Pl.P,WS fllLKiea FORD TRACTOR ATTACH. ' BUQCiCe ' ' ^ ments, ��,>-XmGfiATi \. AUTO TRAIUlirfS ' .pOLT,IV,ATOna BINDER engi.'JEl, ' � ' ?.'t�HONE^1i:25~TAKE a BLUK LINE CAR '. You^Hb^i^ld at the 8ANfT)^RVriHOP � WEST^ROQic BROS. Oppeiite Banic:;of' Mo^^lfial :Make it ;tii ann{i�l;v,�-ypurBelYos ito .h^Y^'iyoi(i;,�>chlk\; I'en'a' � cfeai your SinithViStiiidio y m Third Ave. 8};Phone 1471 Cure that Corn ^ You can get lid of your Ci^rns in a few days-^and be entirely free fromj coVns in the future-^if you'll use our Howard's Corn Cure �]T It is a harmless preparation, ^ bu� it removes the ' corn every time. , �, d ^*�" '^"'^ wear your shoes jl and keep about your duties while the remejiy is loosening the corns. Pri^e, 25c The Red(^rt>ss Drug audi Book Co. * Phone 555 The Fiushiifisr Action Rexjall on^your liver^ and lower intestines malces it *an ideal saline aperient. If yoiir livei-Is ?!gh{ your . skin is clear, yout' mind is bright and you are in the right nidod to enjoy the snappy days ot winter. , In 35c and 65c bottles J. D. Uiginbotham & Co � Limited �-~ -Alberta's Pioneer Qrugglft*'* t Wholesale and Retail Cliemlittk TELEPHONE No. 822 CITY AND DISTRICT Taber Visitors A. .V. Jlarb'isnn and J. T. Wlllard of Taber, are in the city today, For Belgian Relief W. A. IlHchannii. M.P. ncknowledgtis receipt of is;i.75 from lOleanor and Bobbie Fleming for the Belgian relief. \ � S. O. E. Meeting - S. 0. E. Red Rose degree will meet toniorrow .^Ved'nesday) evening iu the S.,0. E hall at S o'clock I. O. 0. F. Meeting A special meetlug of Lethbridge Lodge No. 2, 1. O. O. F., is called for this evening at 7 o'clock p.m. All members urged to be preseut. New Passenger Agent J. E. Proctor, district passenger agent of the C.P.li., was iu the city this morning on his first trip dver l�is new diyjslon. We went south to Coults. Weight Limit For Pilots Siieriff Young,'chairmiin ot the locnl flying coitTmittee. has received word that the, weight limit for pilots; ha.s bee� raised trow 1�5 pounds to 175 pouhds. while no jnore,mechanic8 are' w-'anted at the present time. Trades afrd Labor Council � The Lethbridge Trades and Labor Council will hold their regular meeting in the Labor hall tomorrow (Wednesday) evening at S o'clock. All affiliated Itical.s are req,uested to send delegates. Gambling Came ' Nine foreigners w:ere caught^ the other evening in Nick Cholenko's pool room on the north side, engaged in a' gambling game. They were taken in tow- by tJie A.P.P. and before Justices of.the Peace Oliver and Chaney yesterday each was fined ?10 ,nnd cost.s. H. bstlund Goes to Drumhelier The big strike of 2000 miners at i Uramheller has called II. Osthuul of i this city to thai town. Mr. Ostlund )a I .�solicitor for the miners' union and as. 1 the miners have laid charges iigalnsl'j j one of the [Jriimheller operators he Is ; called on to prosecute the case. For Red C^ss The Hon. Treaa. Red Cross Society acknowledges with thanks the receipt of donation, of $100.00 from the Red Cross Society of Tdllk River per Mrs. H, B. Smith. .This amoimt was realized by a raffle, card party and dona-Itions. The Red Criss Societv at Bnr-idett'has also forwarded a donation ot ?.';5.25. frfllners Start Action T-ys-o Drumhelier miners has'e started actions ivgainst the companies for wjlich* they worked in the supreme. ! court here. Both are actions for dam-' ages arising out of accidents, .lo.s; Koaky. Is suing the Stirling. .Coal Co. for $10,000 and llobert Brown the Blue Dlamohd Coal Co. for $10,000. II. OsU lilntliis solicitor for the plaintiff !n eacif case. 3 Old RfeUables Guardian A�surance Co. 'Norwich Union Fire Incurence Society. Sun tife / ' "Nothing Better In. Insurance" w. a. leVht District Repraientativ* ^ Stafford Block \ ' Lethbridge ' / Train Delayed Ti'ttin .\'o. oil of. the C. P. II. was hffldup for some time between Seven' Persons and Whitla on Monday after- ; noon by the derailment^ of a freight. 4:The ' pB.ssangers were trauaterrod, however, and little lime was lost. The track is clear today, but the wcathor oast of Grassy Lake is not the brand I Lethtlrldge is having aftd the railroad- |ers are having their troubles. . - ' "Mrs. Wiggs." Says: �'Pears like every wonmn (the Lord created, oughler try geltln' malTied once anyway^ ^ immmmmmm A LECTURE will be aivan in . ,: - ST. AUGUSTIN'S HALL \ By miUMHi WILLETS North Lethbridge on . , Britiihlwuel-r What Britain HaVJo 9o 'f Tha Present War>' ' T. Thurs., February 7th Eight o'clock'Wm. . ' ___ PuWJe Invited ^ti.3 / I ���� ...U ' II I " y:i AV FORSALE f carloads or le&8 timothy; upland, alfal- FiA^MIXfO timothy and alfalfa and straw. , careful attention to all orders. ; ' prompt shipment ' write or wire US for prices, ' Grain �o. 'tn. Death.'gi Enchant Lady Taber Times 1 Mrs. Isabella .^Ic-Brayne,,wife'of .J. S. McBrayne, of Encliant, died on ^-Monday laal at the farm honie, pgert i3'y6.irs. The deceased was well, known in Taber, Mr. .\f'> Brayne ha^ng built the I'alace hotel aiid opoj'ated Itfqr a time. He was also in the grain business-with E. B. Talnter.' . .Mrs. McBrayne is suWIvcd by her �huB]jiiiid,.'on6 son and an Infant tlaughlen J,fhe sympathy of the people,of Jaber^,>vlll go out to Mr. McBrayne and chJIflren in their great bereavet^ient,. V, \ . ' ' Exemptiot) Ceases The appeal of Ge9rge Nicholas Hyt ot Lethbridge, proprietor of the Commercial, Cafe., tron).the finding of the local tribunal,ha's!i)jeoh heard by Hon. Justice i)u�f at. Ottawa^and Hyt has Ijeen- notified thaj^fiiii exemption will cease on" February,J5th. Hyt apitealed on the groimv:a8tl\er'efore entitled to exemptloul '.1 1 � * . Pqstmetii for Stafford^le. � ReslUenls "of � Staffordville- are- very anx-lou8toVdo;|iiv/ay with the branch-post offfce. there'an)l to have established e;6vorcoih'o)'by laying cinder walks atj a'stn^'fi^urei  Police'Court An{^e|B liillit.aHa^ ;Win. GoKa,- wa* brought ba^ik -/rpm l^eglna the other day ui)(l .appeir^t^ before Magistrate laiton charged; wUH'passing a worthless cheque for, f20;on Louis Pabst on Nov. 2 last; He Wps,given six months. Another former, Albert E. Colliqs, who forged the pamOfOf/his employer, H.].' Long, of Spring Xlquleo, to a cheaue for �7u; cntihiuB it at the White Lunch, got four, iMpntlis.','Wm. IllUis appeaiv ed chlirgftd With assaulting Joe Pe-trimiu. H�' was reihandod till Thursday. � ,�� , .: r..' ' Neyy lijihtino System) TUo J O^neo ;)lthtl�g system is a new syatem hdlngi^put on t^e niarl^t by iheiaencovBlopU'ival/iSnglne lilBK Co. ot-.Calgar.v; for if tij-m house's, and local agencies are now, being-establVth-ed by ii. ,7, H, Talljij^formerly'-of: Lethbridge, wiio ls{ atf offlcl�l,'of the companjr,' [riie. fqlibwing: local ngeiits have be.en I'uppoliitou;, Wllmot and E.L 01 The ICaat Lethbridge . Local U.K.A. hold their annu^U.n^^ettng laiit night, Delegate .7. W. M6KA0K presented 11'. full, and very lntere8tlnKv''ej>ort on recent Calgary convention, v Mr. S. S. Dunham In a brifei: spe.ech. suggested the. possibility of ik large'.-organization of all tlie larn)ers'''in the Lethbridge district,; with ti secretary and a permanent office In the city. -V committee was appointed to consider, the feasibility of the plan.' ^. The following officers were elected; \ I'resldent, W, A. Hamilton; vice-president, J. 1-,, Knight; soc.-treas.. Chd.s. Glaspey; directors, Ed. McKenzlo, J. \V. McKean,^ J, Whiteloy. D, King. , . 'The ne.xt meeting will bo held .it the'Crystal I^ake schf>ol on the last Friday of the month. llendEfrson, Bow Island; .7. T. Willar.l, Taber; Burnap and Mons, Barons; U'. H. I.rf)mmat7sch, Vulcan; S. P. Sickles, Mncleod; B. .M. Smlllil .Nobeltonl, and .iosoph Dalil, Clai-esholm. _ Tin; system is an ideal one for ruralconi-. munltles and resldeue.cs. . ' Increased Jail Population Whether-or not theA. P. P. are acceptable as guardians of the law as compared'with the Jl. N, W, M.P., ii a question which has boeii raised by farmers and ranchers iu session .within the past couple of mouths, but, from the standpoint of/esuHs'flioy seem to be doing fairly well. A'^least one would so judg� from tlie,a'^tend-ance at the provincial Jail here,'-' A year ago the jai^had a population of 54, the low water warlc since tlie.Institution . was established. ..Today the po^uldtion 1� 104,-an increase (Of 50. Warden. Ufvers iBtimatea that ho is not troubling himself about the farm labor shortage. Mock Parliament � .The second session of tlie. Mock Parliament of tlie~We8ley Fraternity will bo held In the Wesley Hall this evening at 8 o'clpck. The foliowjing will -constitute tjio'V fioyernriio^f. i Speaker, S. J. Shepherd; Premier and' ' President of the Privy Cquncil,- i^^K. Cam iron; Minister., of vi . FIX PRICE OF PA,PER IN U.^ 1 WnBhingtou, Feb, 4,--Paper 'niSim-  tacturers and ropreBentaUvea of !tho\ American newspaper publlRhorB |isso-i elation appeared before the fcdpraV trade commission today to glv� ln]tor-� mntlon which the commission willffuse In fixing prices for printpacer. S - ' CAUU FOR HEtP' (t ' ! An Atlantic Port, Feh. I.-^A oall: for help was received today,Jrom an American ship which ran ashore oft^the N^w'IJlngland coast last night. -Yriio( shl^ struck a sandy bottom Whilfa In hailing- distance of shore, dbvernraenl/i veiiaols were ordered to her asslstiince.: WE SPSii^l^^^^ EQUIPMENT , \'^'off!2�''Diiki Typewriter ,0.iki, vertical Flllna Cablnota, ��liihK'BWokaofVM Kinds. s.;. � � V � �- aiNf4QTT'BL9ck ^VERALt A FRANKS fCK, COR. FOURTH AVB, 4 FIFTH $T. I a.PHONjji07 ;