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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 2, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta Assiniboia Music Co., Ltd. 315 6th Sir S. Phone 154S NORDHEIMEk PIANOS EDISON PHONOGRAPHS HOTEL WIN 1>SOR EURbpEAN^PLAN MEALS PROM 6.00 A.M. TO 8.00 P.M. Resolved- January 1st, 1913 1 That we' will continue to buy and sell Southern Alberta raised meats only and the best of these. Also that we will maintain our high standard of service. � \ DELANY'S MEAT CO. You Have a Right to Know Most faiutly niecllcines arc secret. No one knows what ia iu thera but tlio makers-and they won't toll. Slill. you hnve a riglit to kiiov.- what you are takinR. And. bee .mae we believe you have that right, we h.ive secured the aircncy in I.eth-brldge for the only complete line of remedies that gives the public this information. On the label of every PENSLAR REMEDY, you will see plainly printed the full formula or prescription after which it is made. Uemeraber there is nothing secret about any Penslar Remedy. The makers knox their remedies! are right and they prove it by publlahlne the formulap. There is no guessing about Peiislar Quality-It Is u proved fact. There hto over 300 of these Remedies-one for each ailment. They are to be had in Lelhbridge nt our store. \Vhcn you want absolutely first tiuality in medicines-it's PENSLAR. And .when you want good drug 'store service in Lethbridgc, It's at THE KENNY & ALLIN CO., Ltd. The ^^i^^tS^ Store NEXT DALLAS HOTEL PHONE 1487 tsssaaammsaesBsa Hunt's Extra High-q[rade Hawaiian Pineapple Is known as ONE O^F THE FINET PACKO pui up iu the HAWAUAN.IQLANDS. Last .iprlng wo placed a Kood_slzpd order for theso goods and wn bought tlictn ht the right price. Today thoy aro worth a good deal more money. Wo have just rccelvcl t'.icsa Koods and will sell them nt the fpllowine oxcepHoiially lc..vpr)cco, . 1^  � � Hunt's Standard Pineapple, qa Hunt's /Supreme Pineapple, Something QC^ Size 2s, Price per tin..............,---- OVC very tasty. Size 2a, Prlro ror tin ______ OoC Hunt'* Si.andard Pineapple, ylA/� Liberal Rediiction Allowed In Case Lots. We ex- S:/e iMs, Price per tin ............... ftUC poet to sell what wo hnve In a very short time. HIGH-GLASS GROCERS THE GOOD CO. P H p N E S2S MARKETS NEPRODUCflO "Eill"BY'}]ATCO. One of the best amateur productions ever seen in the v.est. and certainly the best ever witnessed locally is the �way the public is describing the performance of Erminie put on last evening at the Majestic by the Medicine Hat' Operatic Society. This is the second annual visit of the society and IiCthbridgo lover.-; of opers are always glad to welcome them for their performances are alway.-, enjoyable. If one is to refer to any particular member of the caste it should he Mr. Allan Dick and bin side partner Mr. Ooff Cook, who as the two'comedians proved themselves really masters of the art." There was scarcely a weak point in the cast, however, and special praise must also be given to tha magnificent costumes, well selected, and ti) the cenery particularly that of the ^irst act. 'i As musical director Mr. G.M. Slowan has few pars for amateur productions, and his efforts last night Avcre appreciated. The Lethbridgoite.s were particularly pleased with this ps.-form-ance last night. Others wlip appeared iu the caste were G. Esmond-White as the JIarquls, Fred Robin, as Chevalier de Brab-azon; Berg EUlngsen as the secretary; Percy Schutte, as Capt. Delaunoy, J. C. King as Dutoia. G. A. Caldwell as Simon. Mr. Bonn as sergeant. .Mr. Monk'.ey as Benedict, .Mr. King as the viscount. Miss Holt as the maid, 3Iis� Warner as the Prlnce.^s, Mrs. Thompson as Cerise, Miss B.-ugman as Mario, and Mrs. Mark Smith in the title role of Erminie. The choruses wor�" all well sustained, .1UQ the other musical nuinbera so well rendered that there were many encores. Retailers' Meeting Every retail merchant in the city should be on hand at the board of trade building tonight to consider the Fa;;tory Act. Several proposals "Svill be'consldercd. Winnipeg Market 0.-its-Old Contract: Open" Close .May ............ - SSf-i, New Contraot: .May............ S4^4 S3% July............ SI 82K,s Barley-.....>........ May............ US'-i, Flax- Jan............. 'JIS V,\S � May.......:'. ... 32'1 3L'ri>,i Cath Prices Oats- No. 2 C. W. 81% No. S C. W. 77% ' Extra No. 1 Feed ............. ''�� No. 1 Feed.. 7-1%. .\o. 2 Feed.. 71% ^ . Barley- .. mSTKTCT New Police Magistrate �James Satgeant, J. P., of .Btallcom, has been gazefted a police magistrate. Funeral Frank Eddy The remains of the late Frank Lester Eddy, who died here suddenly last Saturday, were forwarded to Kadoka, South Dakota, on Sunday, where interment 'will taUo place. There was no service hero. S. O, E. Postponed , Owing to vArious causes the Sons of England (Re(^ Rose Degree) meeting arranged for this evening is postponed until Tuesday next the Sth iust,, at�! the usual hour. Masonic Meeting. Emergent meeting will be held tonight at Masonic hall of Lethbrldgo Lodge No. 30 A.R & A.M. Conferring degrees. Visiting brethren cordially Invited. Suggeistion: ItiteYour Flow Bin is' Empty Order aSack of "OUR' BEST' Really EXCEPTIONALLY Good Flour K. of P. Toniaht. The regular meeting of Lethbridge Lodge No. 2, K. of P., will be held tonight in their Castle Hall at S p.m. Installation of officers. Rank of Page � and refreshments. All membera are requested to be present. Visitors welcome. Feed Oats Every other grade as well. Elevator cleaned and sacked if required." d elivered promptly. o ats for Seed. / Alberta's Best. ' Try Our Service. James Richardson & Sons, Ltd. 201.SHERLOCK BLDQ. The Sir Alexander Gait-Chapter, 1. O. D. E.. will give a patriotic enter-; talnment on Jauuao' 11th and 12tb, in the Majestic theatre nnder the direction of Miss GIad)'s Attree. so ^11 and favorably known as an instructor .In ballet and ball-room .dancing, phys- \ leal expression, etc. Attractive music' under the direction of Mrs. Stella Lumbard-Layton will form part of the program. Tickets -will be sold by Miss Attree's pupils and members of the ; Sir Alexander Gait chapter. General ' admldsiun 50c. Seats may Tie reser\'ed 'Without extra expense at the box ' office. Majestic theatre, after 10 a.m., 1 Friday, January 11th. Is Not a Sergt.-Major , W. H. Peebles is how a sergeant major in the Royal Engineers and la likely soon to bo sent to Italy, according to word received by friends in the city, j Only One "BROMO QUININE" To get the genuine, call for full name LAXATIVE BROMO QUININE. Look for signature of E. W. GROVB, Cures a Cold in One Day. 30c. Gutter and Leader Work to give good service must bo done by expert workmen and of the best materials only. It may cost you a little more in, ihe beginning but it will save you a lot of money in the long run. Wo are specialists in all kinds of metal work and we guarantee Hatlsfaction wl'ii y, very Job we do, The Dixon Sheet Metal Co. REAR STAFFORD BLOCK ' LETHBRIDGC, ALBERTA Phonographs THE NEW EDISON AND THE AMBEROLA We have a full range of these Instruments, Prices from ?48.00 to $615.00. Cash or terms^ ^ 'Thousand!/of records to select from. Assiniiioia Music Go., Ltd. "Everything Musical" Phone 1545 315 6th St. 8. Remember the Addresa CLARIFY the WATER There seems to be an :impres-sion that Alum used in clarity, ing water produces an injurious effect; thera is absolutely no reason lor;such. A very small quantity ( -a teaspoonful In ii gallon) is n)l that Is necessary, and most'ot this will be found in the sediment at the, bottom of the receptacle. When more is used It makes the water up clearer but brackish and unpalatable. If the water be boiled. LESS alum i^ necessary. A , By pourirt^ the water when clarified arid cool from one vessel Into another and re-aerating it will be found both wholesome and agreeable. Our special ALUf^ for this purpose Is Ten Cents a package.  lOc J. D. Higiobotham & Co - Limited ' . "Al'jerta's Pioneer, Oruaglsta"? Wholesale and Retail Chemists. TELEPHONE No. 322 Funeral Miss Jone* The funeral took place today of Allco Fulford Jones, aged twenty, daugUtov of the late Silas and Mrs. Jones, of this city. The_lato Miss Jones had been ill for several months,- and was a former High school student here, completing her course in 1915, and is well known amongst tho younger folk o"t the city. Besides her mother, there is lett~a brother, \V. H. Jones of the city, and three sisters oS other points ill the province. The pall-bearors were .Messrs. Lloyd and Earl Taylor, Pipes, Nlven and Watson. Made a Good Choice -Walter Sporle, of Edmonton, breeder pi; thoroughbred horses in a letter to the Herald speaks very highly of Lethbridge's now exhibition manager. He says: "I was very much pleased to read in your paper of Dec. 29th, that Jlr. W. itcC. Moore., formerly assistant manager at Edmonton Exhibi-tlpn Association, has been, appointed manager nt Lethbridge. I can assure j you the people of iJethbridge are very fortunate in securing the Hervicos of a man like Mr. Moore, as he has had wide experience during the past seven years and is well liked by everybody here who have had dealings with him. He is a man untiring in his. work and courteous to all and I am sure tho mayor and council have made a wise choice." A splendid turn-opt and^ ovation was accordod-^ev. O. C. Hprsman on Monday everting when the.first of his series of meetings Avas hold at tho First Baptist church. Mr. Horsnian's subject mielit well he termed, "Running tho race," and was in the nature of a consecration address. Probably no other Illustration from the Bible lends Itself so re&Jily for practical application than does this one. Thb speaker portrayed graphically the ancient Greek athlete, the onlooking throng urging him jeering at him, and the crown of victory as his goal. Many things may happen to tho runnp,r. He t'nay start too fast, become tagged tad drop out before the finish. Ho may stumble and fall, l>ut It he is careful, and makes a correct judgment none 6f' theso things will happen and he will achieve tho wreath sf laurels. With an intense fervor and moving manner the speaker applied this to pro-.sont day Christianity and made a stirring appeal to his audience. Jlr. Horsraan is a lilfehly educatij man and Is in a class;)jy,"himself conducting these meetlrtgs, ' The Bal list church-has gone'to a gfeat doj of' trouble and expense In order bring him here, but It Is felt thftt he I worth every bit  'r On Tuesday Mr. Horsman spoke "Getting througliiby the>akln of yoil teeth," and applied this very apt! to tho farmer, tho business man nn| the school boy. "It is a cotiinion belief nowiul.iyt'J said the speaker, "that only oiioug religion Is ticeded to unable one 'akin by'. Tho average High schoj student figures on making just enoug marks to skin through his or her oJ amlnatlonC This is not the rlgll method and will not work. Toniglf -Mr. Horsman will speak on tho jul ject of "Drifting." ^. Returns From East. Chas. McClenneghan returned las night from Chicago, where he Iia has been on a business trip for soni time. Five Examined The medical board is still sitlln here to e.\-sniiuo men of Class 1 wh have not y^t presented themselves an also to examine those who wish t volunteer. On December 31st five wer examined, cif which three were "E" an' two were "A". ANNOUNCEMENT A dance will be held in Burgmann's I hall, 13th SL .N', every Thursday even-' Ing. Two-piece orchestra in attendance. Dancing from 9 to 12. 18-1 Superior Supply Co. 2nil Ave. 8. and 13th Street mining. building a RAIUWfW supplies 4 equipment JUOHOPE anderson AND EN1ERSON farm IMPLEMENTS gang; plows ' aULKlES ford tractor attach BUGGIES MENT8, democrats AUTO trailers l ' - (cultivators binder ENGIflEl , phone .1726-take A blue line car TRANSFER CASES, ALL STYLES, VERTICAL FOLDERS AND INDEXES. OFFICE DIARIES AND CALENDARS, PADS AND STANDS, 1918. NEW SYNOPTICS UP TO 30 COLUMNS AND OTHER BLANK BOOKS, ' PHONE 1265 f-OR QUICK. SERVICE. ROBERTSON'S BOOK STORE PHONE 126B 118 STI4 ST. 8. FOR SALE We ai'c In a position to make prompt shipment of several oars oJ TIMOTHY and UPLAND PRAIRIE HAY. Any-orders placed with us will receive our fmmedlate attention. ' Write-Wire or Phone 1S6S Lethbrltlga, er Mie22 Calgary i STRONG&DOWLER 403 Fifth St., Lethbridge 301 Grain Exchange, Calgary,' Alberta Mr. Shearer will give his popular lecture "Krom ocean to ocean" next Thursday evening, January 3rd, at 8 o'clock in tho basement of Knox church. This will bo Illustrated with some splendid lantern slides. The public arc cordially invited. Tile Anclont Order of Foresters aro holding one of their popular dances on fi'rlday, January 4th, the proceeds to go to their ^iiembers at the front. Those wishing invitations phono l'- late 13th" C. M, R, .who was killed In action on January 2Hdi 1917. You are not forgotton by^mothqr, iilear, Nor ever will j'oii'be, ' As long as life and memory* last We will rememVe/ tlioe. May his rewaW; be us great e.a his sacrifice. . ' ,' � , Ever remembered iy his Mother, Brothers and Slatera, ^  CARD OF THANKS In behaii ot my wire i wish to express my thanks to the many friends who sympatliizert with us in,tho death ot my beloved wito and assisted in the funeral services. FRANK ALCORN. DEATH At the Gait Hospital, Annie, tho bo-loved wife of T. A. Murlow, aged yea^s. interment trom Movay and Ale-Kay parlors at 2 p.m. Friday, Jan. 4th. 18-1 Mrs. Thrifty sags: '7 represent only a figuije here, but I am going to tnringyou reality'* EVERYTHING FpR THE OFFICE JUST ARRIVED j SPECIALS Diary Books and Stands for'191S. Loose Leaf Ledgers Loose'Leaf Moino and Price Booke , 3ynoptlci''10 to 24 Columns. Ledgers and Caeh Books, all Price*. Adding Machines and Supplies Check Writers � \. Stapling Machines Typewriter! .  Office Furniture . EVER ALL & FRANKS SINNOTT BLOCK, COR. FOUITH AVE. A FIFTH ST. S. PHONE 1107 To Cure a Cold In Ons Day Take LAXAU'lVil BHOMO QUlNlNE Tablets, Druggists refund money it it talis to cure, Jil. W, GROVE'S slBuaturo is on oach'ljox. 30c. CKorus of 2500 Voices' Particular Interest attaches to the singing of the song "Sail On," by the BUly Sunday Chorus of 2500 voices, which was recorded on Victor record and It is tho first lime that any such numbo;" of vglc^a have been recorded. This iiong Is one from a varied list of Victor Records In tho stock of ftjasou & Uisch Limited, Balmoral Block, Bth St. S.v Lethbrldgo.-You v/ho have no Victrola, do not roaiizp what a lot of pleasure you aro nilsHlngr Tho next tlJilo yoil are passing Wasqn & RIhc) stop" in and hear somts of this/dellght, lul music-Advortlsoiuent,/'" t. FEW CARS THRESHED TIMOTHY FOR SALE, GOOD FEED Apply for delivered Prices to F. 0. Hyde & Co. Phone 1244 Lethbridge You'U like the ueat, trim hair cut you'll get here. WESTBKOOK BROS. Opposite Banjf of Montreal thatt Gas Heater Lar^e Shipment CONSUMEjISV HARDWARE CO. VK'/ ..'..'. I 61 0640 71 7 ;