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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - February 5, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta Assiniboia Music Co., Ltd. 315 6th Str S. Phone 1H3 Edison Phonographs. The New Edison nyd the Amberoln. Full range of Records. LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD HOTEL WINDSOR EUROPEAN PLAN MEALS FROM 6.00 A.M. TO 8.00 P.M. Try Some We Know How to Make It DELANYS MEAT CO. ^il-TH ST. S. OPPOSITE DALLAS HOTEL phone Fresh Shipment North West Biscuits, THIS IS THE ONLY BISCUIT MADE IN CANADA THAT WE KNOW OF. THAT WAS NOT ADVANCED IN PRICE BY THE MANUFACTURERS ABOUT A WEEK OR SO AGO. BESIDES BEING MANUFACTURED IN ALBERTA THEY ARE CONSIDERED ONE OF ,THE BESJ QUALITY MADE IN THE JUST UNPACKED New Methodist Hymnals 9 We hr.'c a complete assortment of these from the low price cloth covtr to the limp leather, silk sewn, India paper book. THE KENNY & ALLIN CO., Ltd. : : : : WORD OF EARLY PEACE > Winnipeg. Feb. 4.-A special dispatch to the Free Press from '. its Montreal correspondent. { says: > "I am informed that Sir > Rudolph Forget states that the > ,Eank of Montreal received a > cable today stating that peace > ijegotiations would start in-/ ! formally within ten days.'' he was urgently requested to seize the chanee. Mr. Riteh will speak in other towns in the south also and his visit, is expected to do a great deal to encourage the sheep industry in Southern Alberta where it already leads all Canada. Dance and Whist Drive Under Auspices of the G. W. V. A. Veterans' Hall, February 11th At this dance the drawing for the Piano recently raffled will take place. THIS WILL BE THE LAST DANCE BEFORE THE LENTEN SEASON. Admission - 75 cents WINNIPEG MARKET Oats- Open Close Old contact: May.............. Sij?i Xew contract: May ............ Sti-v,-1, .July ............ st12 $5 Barley- May............ ItiS'.s lli"'4 Flax-May ............ .mi ?,:;o~; Oats- \ Xo. 2 C.W...SSI's No. C.W.. .S4ss Extra 1 Feed...............$:3"s Xo. 1 Feed. .SCK-> Xo. 2 Feed..77�s Barley- Xo. :� ......ion Xo. I ..____15". Rejected and Feed I........lMu Flax- Xo. 1 x.w.c.................S2a�; Xo. -1 C.W.. .::i'2'4 Xo. 3 C.W.. .3114.1 Winnipeg Livettock Winnipeg. Feb. 5.-Offerings today at the Vnion Stock Yards 150 cattle, -S9 hogs. Very little stuff changing; hands. The bulk held for tomorrow's , market.- Jfarket prices are quoted as I steady on all butcher stuff. One prime load of steers averaging 13S0 pounds i sold for* $13.00 per 100 pounds, fully I $1.50 over the market on account of I quality. ] Calgary Livestock I Calgary, Feb. 5.-Hogs are being held for $18.75, bin no bids are forthcoming for the two ears in the yards. Cattle are slightly stro^gtr. Six ears sold today, the top being $10.-5. New York Stocks Xew York, Feb. 5.-darting sale-^: C.P.R. H7V, V. S. steel 93Vi; I.". S-Steel Preferred 111. Cure that Corn If You can get rid of your corns in a few davs-and be entirely free from corns in the future-if you'll use our Howard's Corn Cure �Ti !t is. a harmless preparation, jl bit* it removes the corn every time. tfjl You can wear your shoes ji and keep about your duties while the remedy is loosening the corns. Price, 25c The Red Cross Drug and Book Co. Phone 555 CITY AND DISTRICT Taber Visitors A. X. Harbison and .1. T. Willaril of Taber, are in the city today. For Belgian Relief W. A. Buchanan. M.P. acknowledges receipt of $:s.75 from Kleanor and Bobbie Fleming for ihe Belgian relief. Be prepared for the coming industrial development of Canada. Technical Hand Books for the Practical Worker Power and the Plow.-Ellison and Rumeley). Steam Modern Steam Engineering- (Hiscox i. Gas The Modern Gas Tractor.- t Page i. Gasoline Engines. How-to Run and Install-(Paget. Automobile and Gasoline Engiue Encyclopaedia-( Dyke >. How-to Run An Automobile-(Page). The Rev. Irl R. Hicks' Almanac Books on Any Subject We Will Get for You. Phone, Wire or Mail. The Twentieth Century Book Store "EVERYBODY'S BOOK SHOP" 514 FOURTH AVENUE Kerosene and the Plow -ley). Automobile Charts Carburetion- Ignition- Cooling and Lubrication - Chassis- PHONE 613 The Quinine That Doe* Not Affect Head Because of its tonic and laxative effect. Laxative Bromo Quinine can be taken by anyone without causing nervousness or ringing in .the head. There is only one "Bromo Quinine." E. W. GROVE'S signature is on box. 30c. ANNOUNCEMENTS ] A dance will be held in Bergmann's | j hall Tuesday night, Feb. 5th, dancing | ! from S to 11', L'-piece orchestra. It Will Pay You to bavp us do your tin and sheet metal work. We have n shop that is equipped with every modern device for this work, we use only the highest quality materials and we employ only skilled help. All these things assure you of perfect work. And though we offer all these advantages to you we do charge any more for the we do. not work The Dixon Sheet Metal Co. REAR STAFFORD BLOCK LETHBRIDGE. ALBERTA. The "I Told You So's" as seen in the play the "Busy Ladies Aid"'at the I United Church will, wc feel sure, make [ all pessimists see themselves as others ', see them and will no doubt make all j such enter move willingly into the i schemes of the rest Come and see it, j waiters.  ~ | Look for the big auction sale ad of j furniture and 5-passenger touring ear I commencing tomorrow Wednesday, I at. 1.30 on page six. \V. L. Wilson, j Auctioneer. i The Slacker" at the Empress: A Real Feature ' Tin' hig 7-act film drama Tlit The Flushing Action C Rexall Liver Salts on your liver and lower intestines makes it an ideal saline aperient. If your live is right, your skin is clear, your mind is bright and you are in the right mood to enjoy the snappy days of winter. In 35c and 65c bottles J. D. ilfginbotham & Co --- Limited 111 1 � � The Start "Alberta's Pioneer Druggists* Wholesale and Retail Chemists. TELEPHONE No. 322 S. O. E. Meeting � S. O. IS. Red Rose degree will meet tomorrow- .Wednesday) evening iu the S. O. K hall at S o'clock I. O. O. F. Meeting A special meetiug of Lelhbridge Lodge Xo. J. 1. O. O. P., is called for this evening at 7 o'clock p.m. All members urged to be present. New Passenger Agent J. E. Proctor, district, passenger agent of the C.P.R.. was in the city this morning on his first trip over his new division He went south to ('otitis. RIFLES Just To Hand These include: 25-20 Winchester 32 Winchester 30-30 Savage RIFLES as you no doubt know are hard to get at the present time and this little lot will be picked up in a hurry. Better look them over. Consumers Hardware Company n Weight Limit For Pilots | .Sheriff Young,'chairman of the local I flying committee, lias received word that the weight limit for pilots has been raised from Ui5 pounds to 175 pounds, while no jnorevmechanics arj wanted at the present time. Trades and 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 locals are requested to send delegates. CITY AND DISTRICT Funeral of Mrs. Dalzell The funeral services i.v.er. the remains of the late Mrs. Violet A. Dalzell will take place at i.;it) Wednesday afternoon at theU. O. O. P. hall From there the cortege will proceed to the public cemetery where interment will be made in the I. O. O. V. plot. Friends and acquaintances kindly accept l his intimation.^ B�ck to Taber Taber Times: - Robert Ibey, formerly of Taber, who led the Taber band to successful competition in Lethbridge and Raymond in Mil and l!t3J, manager for the famous Angelus Pianos and 4�stey Organs for Southern Alberta and Eastern British Columbia, lias recently returned to his home in. Taber with his family. .Mr. Ibey ims been residing in Cardston for the last few years, and. will' be warmly welcomed back Here again. E. LETHBRIDGEU F. A. HOLD ANNUAL MEET Gambling Game Nine foreigners were caught ^ the other evening in Xick Chelenko's'pool room on the north side, engaged in a gambling game. They were taken in tow by the A.P.P. and before Justices of the Pence Oliver and Chaney yesterday each was fined Slli;uid costs. H. Ostlund Goes to Drumheller | The big strike of 2'm:i) miners at j Urfimhellur has called 11. Ostlund of \ Ihis city to that town. Mr. Ostlund 's j solicitor for the miners' union and as i tile miners have laid charges against-! one of the Drnmhuller operators lie is ; called on to prosecute the case. I Death of Enchant Lady Taber Times: Mrs. Isabella Mc-Brayne, wife of J. S. -McBiayne, of Enchant, died on Monday last at the farm home, aged Ut years. The deceased was well known in Taber. Mr. .\f'--llrayne ha^ng built, the Palace hotel and operated it for a time. He was also in the grain business with K. II. Tainter. .Mrs. McBraync is survived by her hutsba/id, one son and an infant daughter. The sympathy of the people of Jaber will go out to .Mr. AIc-Urayne and children in their great bereavement. The East Lethbridge Local t'.l-'.A. held their annual meeting last night. Delegate. ,1. W. McKcrh presented n 1 full and very interesting r'�jiort on l lie j recent Calgary convention. ... Air. S. S. Dunham in a brier speec'i. suggested the , possibility of k larg :� organization of all the larmers'in the Lethbridge district, with it secretary and a permanent office in the city. A committee was appointed to consider the feasibility of the plan. \ The following officers were elected. President, \V. A. Hamilton; vice-pre- ; sident, J. L. Knight; sec.-treas.. Clias. 'Glaspey; directors. Ed. .MeKenzie. J. j W. .McKean. J. Whiteley. O. King. ( The next meeting will he held it  the ' Crystal Lake school on the last ; Friday of the month. I mz. -� . ' -=m ! Henderson, Row Island; .1. T. Willar.l. i Taber; Rurnap and Mons, Barons: II'. : R. Lonimatvsch, Vulcan; S. F. Slck-' les. Macleod; B. Jl. Smitli� Nobell'opl. � and Joseph Dahl, Claresholm. Th � ' system is an idea) one for rural com | munities and residences. For Red Ci'oss ' - The lion. Treas. Red Cross .Society! acknowledges with thanks the ret eipt of donation of $100.Dp from the Red Cross Society of Milk River per Airs. R. B. Smith. This amount was realized by a raffle, card party and donations. The Red Cross Societ.y at litir-de.tt. has also forwarded a donation of S55.25. Exemption Ceases The appeal of George Nicholas Hyt of Leihbridgo. proprietor of the Commercial Cafe, from the finding of the local tribunal has been heard by lion. Justice Duff at Ottawa and Hyt has been notified that his exemption will cease on February 15th. Hyt appealed on the ground, that as1, he was born in u part of Greece which afterwards became Turkish property he could not be considered other than an alien enemy subject and was therefore entitled to exemption. Increased Jail Population Whether or not. Ihe A. P. V. are acceptable as guardians of the law as compared with the It. .V. W. Al. P., is a (lueslion which has been raised by farmers and ranchers in session within the past couple of months, but from the standpoint of results fliey seem to be doing fairly well. At' least one would so judg� from the attend ante at the provincial jail here, A year ago the jaiPhad a population of 54, the low water mark since the.institution was established. Today the population is 104, an iucreasc of 50. Warden Rivers Intimates that he is not troubling himself about the farm labor shortage. Miners Start Action Two Urtimhclior miners have started actions t'.gainst tiio companies for which' they worked in the supreme; court here. Both are actions for damages arising on I of accidents. .loThe shift struck a sandy bottom while In hailing distance of shore. Government, vessels were ordered to her assistance. WE SPECIALIZE IN OFFICE EQUIPMENT Typewriters-Bought. Sold, Rented and Repaired. All makes. Check Writers, Envelope Sealers, 8tamp Affixers, Adding Machines.' Office Desks, Typewriter Desk*, Vertical Filing Cabinets, Transfer Cases and Boxes. U'.gal Forms, Loose Leaf Systems, Counter Check Books and Blank Books of all kinds. A FULL LINE OFfcOFFICE STATIONERY. EVER ALL & FRANKS SINNOTT BLOCK, COR. FOURTH AVE. & FIFTH ST. S, PHONE 1107 - -;- ;