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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 12, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta ..... ^Asf^iniboia Music Co., LtJ. V^'i fi-.315 6th Str S. Phone 1G4n 4- EJison Phonographs. The New Edison jmd terns. Tneycbmbine the two things most desired in ntt>d-ernnpmes.T-.the truly artistic \A8h Wednesday Services Tomorrow i.i Ash Wednesday nnil the beginning of Lent. U will be ;> school and givernmcnt holiday. Ser vices/wlll bo held in St.. Auguatln's, eomipvinion service at 7.30, child-roii'ii service at 4 p.m., and evening servlpo at .S. Services at St. Cyprian's (ioninltnntion service and communion service at 10 a.m., even song at 8. St. Mary'B, holy communion at 7 and 1Q.3Q a.m., even song and addrcfis at elgh). oAik Mr, Crikgg to Remain At the reguiar official Board meot-; ing ot Wesley ch�rch last night; a '.unanimous invitation to remain for a : .second year was oxtended to* Rev. C. ', E. Cragg, B.p. Under Mi^ Cragg's lead, icrship the church is ijrogressliig in all departments. Splendid tributes j were paid to his earnestness and en-: thnsiasin as pastor. The- Board, on th^ ; ballot submitted by the General Con-i ference, voted against an extension ot the pastoral term' beyond four years. ANNOUNCEMENTS -t Concert in Wesley church by choir, Friday, February 'l5th. Public Invited. Silver collection. 52-5 , In the Salvation Army citadel ,in i Thi'irsday night at eight o'clock, a real I good' musical programme and lableaus i will be given by the band and other moinbers of the army. All proceeds in aid of the Halifax sufferers. ]�o-freshmonts at tho finish. Tickets 2oc. Come In crowds nnd assist this worthy object. Iho chances are it wants an extension and top to the chimney. Let,, us -have a look at It and we'll' Boott ;ico^;i(ic' the remedy for smoky" in the kitchen or anywhere: clr.e. We'll make thi sheet nietiii cxiensio.. R.i'l fip, put it up su htrel..- -.ii;'! end* your. Htnoko troublcsv^ tor all ['time. "Vou'll - f Ind our prices aa satisfactory as our service.  The Dixon She^ MfitarCo. BEAR STAFFORD BLOCK /LETHBRIOdiB, ALBERTA The Quinine That Does Not Affsct Head . t Be'cause of its tonic;'and-laxative effect, Laxativo Bromo Quinine .can bo anyone without causing ngr-vousness or ringing in tho. head. There is only one "Bromo Quinine." E. W. ^ROVE'S signature la on'box.y 30c. .The ladles' aid at St. Patrick's church -will hold a .social evening in tho Conservatory ot Music hall on Monday evening, Feb. 11th. Cards will cdmniencc promptly at 8.30. OUR FIRSfT' I I Toronto, l-^eb. 12.--l'l�e Methodist Church soon will establish thirty million dollars church tire insurance company. Such progress already hut been made in this-connection that the financial statistics have boon compiled and placed In tlu; hands ot the gonernl superintendent. In support of the oSf tabllshnient ot the compaiiy to carry the risks on all property hold in .6kn-' ada, Newfoundland; Japan ivud China under tho Canadian general confer-.| tice. Dr. Ciiowii haa .prepared- a strong siaioiiioni Ip support of the case. . .; - .. . ' ' Cherniavsky Trio Recital in Knox Proabyterlan church, Letliin-ldgo, February 28th at 8.30 p.m. under the auspices of the choir. General adipisslon one dollar for adults and fifty cents for children under 16 years,, Tickets, will bo on sale Montlay morning, Keb. 10th at the following places: Robertson & Co. Book Store, Jackson & Co. Drug Store, Armstrong and Ra-worth Jewellers and from all members of 41io choir. Chief llariij' li5is' submitted to tho city council his annual report ot tho police dcimrtmont, frohi which tlio following Item.s of special interest have been culledjv^-  . i There arc iTlno men on the force, ccnsititlng of the chief, a sorgoant, five police constables, one clerk and one station duty mau. ' There havo been oS3 appearances in police court in 134 cases during liilT. There were 131 proaccutlqns undor tho crlrainal code, 185-under provincial smtutcs and lis under city bylaws, � '  Kouiands granted numbered So, diH-ini.'isals 44 and informations withdrawn 20. Criminal Code Of the criminal code case.-i, drunks "led ^he list with 30, vugs came next with tS, 14. aMona (jeglocted to report, there were 13 tigh'ts, 15 assaults, six theft cases, and "for swiping rides on the C,P,R, . ........ ' Auto Cases Ninety-three aUtdists appeared undor tho provincial statutes, 2G appeared for unlawful possc's.sion of intoxicating liquor, 57 drunks, and 5 insane, = City Bylav�j. , I'nder clty^bylawn the^ganiblers f\tr-nlshod 104 of tho 118 cnsel.. During: the year .430 arrests wore made, 13' seai'clies' and 48u Informations and complaints laid. Recslpte- , Tho department collocl'dd \lurlng tho year $11,101.70, of-which $5,345.50 went to the city as licenses, $1,615.05 were fine.-), $.'ilS.73 pound .feo!s>-|762.poll-te.T, while ^3,150.50. collected l.i fines wont ] to the govpniriionl al Kdmonton. ' Expcndit'u>'es Tho estimated-, expenditure of tho department.tor.lUe.yekr was $4,936.43. Actual expenditure, .was |703.S!i over the receipt's, so that the departmo.-)t spent bnl,v l4 pe'i' tibnt.'bf ItK estlraatfes v;hieh was ^to be raised by tasatlou. - -Stoleiumoney: aud 'pioperty .reported amountfed to |7,242.30 ot which 298,50 was recovered or 32 per cent, Doors 'and; windows In the business district found open -wore 283, llurfag-the, year 381 cows." 93 horses and 80 do?s were.Impounded.  ' The, Nurelite'Mission looks after matters of relle't.''^ . The chief .ropofts" that (transients .seeking assistance � arq nUnost unknown'. � / Recommendations' 1. A stand foi'-all taJtlcabs on (itti St. between ;trd and 4th ave�u��, in the centre of tho street. 2. Direction posts be placed at street � intersections on Tith St., wliero 3rd uhil 4th avenues intorsect, and that the traffic bylaw be'passed before the busy auto season. .' . - ;:. Tliat two more meii be iidd^rt to the force to give belter police protection and keep the' city free from undesirables.  - Children's Shelter The Children's Shelter is under the supervision of Chief Hardy, with W. Lamb as probation officer, .Mrs. .Mar-chant, matron, and Annie Far'ringtoii, maid. Canon McSlillan and J. D. \\\^ inbothani. juvenile / conimlssionors, dealt with 2S ..cases in the juvenile court.' Three adults were cliargHd witli contributing to ilellnqvqncy. Seven cases wore dealt''with" I'lnder the Children's Protoetlou-Act. .Tuvenllo cases doalt .with out ut court were 311. Children lost or out nftor curfew iiimihored h'i. . , The Children's Shelter expendlturo was $4,086.13, 'Whllo tho inconio wnii .$1250.Sri, of which �(161.20 camo from the' government . -� --��� Superior Soppll Ca -. '; 2nU Avs. S. and 13th >tr�l*t.-,V;'y M'lNiNO. BgiLDING �, RAILW.W SUPPUS8'* EQUIPMENT TUOHbP'E' ANDERSON AND EMER60N FARM IMPLEMENTS � GANG PLOWSi -SULKIES .FORp TRAOTOR ATTACH- BUGQIE6 .WMENTB.; , ".DEMOCRATS 1 AUTO TRAIL^HSl. ' COUTIVATORS BlNOr^R eNQiriEt , i.p BLUE LINE CAR FRIDAY ^ ( ( U4 Fifth; �tJ.;9,ri Next Harris Employi^sntAssnoy-1 You'll befleaded AT THE SANITARY SHOP , WESTBROOK BROS.^ ' Opposite Bank of Montreal FOR SALE .TUTE SACKS Grain and Potato Car arriving this weoU. F. O.HYDE & CO. * Phone 1244 Lethbridgs FAMILY PORTRAITURE annual tluty,, to >iav|?yoHr chilli- Make It an yourselves to rpn's photo taUOpf y.P" proatinB abiding nJytouroB-'ltmv. yom; later yjanrji>'tr Smith's'Shidio 906 Third Ave. S.- '^Plidne ')1471'i .CARLOADS OR less iTIMOTHY, UPLAND, alfal.. 'fa; MIXED TIMOTHY ^ND ALFALFA AND STRAW, CAREFUL ATTENTION TO / ALL ORDERS. . ) PROMPT SHIPj^ent WRITE OR WIRE 1)8 FOR PRICES. Saunders Hay & Xirain Co. "'1221 2nd Avonue SoMth , ^ Telephone 732 " '-FOR FIRJllr CLASS MEATS Tliu" vary best la aa near .as your ^IdpbopA. . .. , � JR. COULTRY ! , JH� Alb'srta Mfat Mark'sj Maybe Wll Find it Here! STATIONERY wri'ir'iNG PADS, FOOLSCAP PADS, LEGAL PADS, SCRIBBLING. PADS, NOTE PAPER, Boxed or In.biilk. ' INITIAL STATIONSRY, ENVELOPES. OFFICE SURPUES STENOORAPHEiR'S NOTE BOOKS,. ' , files;- � r--- � , WASTE PAPERi BASKETS,. Wire or Wicker; CARBON PAPER, TYPEWRITER PAPER, SECOND SHEETS, TRACING PAPER, ..DRAWING SETS. DIXON'S 0RAWU4G > PENCILS, ADDING MACHINE ROLLS. BOOKS. I . STANDARD WORKS, .. ' POPULAR FICtlON, ' NON FICTIONif.:. REPRINTS, PAPE,R BACK NOVELS, OXFORD. BIBLESr PRAYER ANC'PRAISE, I^NIOHTS OF'COLUMBUS PRAYER BOOKS, :-ETC., ETC. :,'.'�;���,: tjiETweiiUttliCMtyiif : BBikStin "Evsrybody'i*' iVek Shop" X 614 4th Avenue. !{ Phone 613 T WE ,S|ECIAUZE IN OFFICE EQUIPMQIT ' flh'.p6wlte>'�,^6fttce FurWture, Filing Cabluets! Adduig Mao'hluefi. Ct^ecm Wrtterfi, Diaries, LuoBe I^eaf Bystems, Logal. li'onps,'Counter Che(Sk Bo^k^, 'Porporate Soala, Stouk ReglBter Books, Slock: tiertjttoatos A .ripij ItnpjVf pfrjco Btatlonovy, ; ' ? V > /i