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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - January 2, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta HOTEL WiNDS , europeanWaN  / fcl meals from 6.00 a.m. to 8.00.p.m; January 1st, 1918 Resolved- ' i 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 Knouf Most faintly medicines are secret. No one knows what is iu them but the makers-and they won't toll. Still, you have a right to know what you are" taking. And, because .we believe you have that right, we have secured the agency .in Loth-bridge 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. Remember there is nothing secret about any Penslar Remedy. The makers know their remedies are right and they prove it by publishing the formulas. There is no guessing about Penslar Quality-it is u proved fact. There are over 100 of these Remedies-one for each ailment. They are to be had in Lethbridge at our store. When you want absolutely first quality in medicines-it's PENSLAR. And .when you want good drugstore service In Lethbridge, it's at * t THE KENNY & ALLIN CO., Ltd; The *&&**Mtf Store NEXT DALLAS HOTEL PHONE 1487 Hunt's Extra High-^rade Hawaiian Pineapple I, known as ONE Of THE FlftiET PACKS put up in the HAWAIIAN-ISLANDS. Last spring wo placed a Boo.Lsizcd order for theso goods and we bought them m the right price. Today they are worth a, good iloal more monov. Wo have just received these goods and will sell them at the following exceptionally lo.vpricCB. � � . � Hunt's Standard Pineapple, Size 2s, Price per tin..... Hunt's .Standard Pineapple, S->-e 2 Vis, Price-per tin .. OA Hunt's ^Supreme Pineapple. Something JuC very tasty. Size 2s. -Prioo i;or tin ... an Liberal Reduction Allowed in Case Lots. We ex- flUC poet to sell what we have in a, very short time. 35c HIGH-GLASS GROCERS THE GOOD CO. PH p N E 525 Winnipeg Market -Old Contract: Opon" Close S4?i 84 . 146% 318 334 sr.% 83% 82% 146% 318  325% No. C. W. 77% 77%. 71% 'ERM1NIE" BY 'HAT CO. One of the best amateur productions ever seen in the west, and certainly the best ever witnessed locally is the "way the public .is describing the performance of Ermlnie put on last evening at the Majestic by the Medicine Hat'' Operatic Society. This is' the second annual visit of the society and liethbridge lovers of opera are always glad to welcome them for their performances are always enjbyable. If one is to refer to any particular member of the caste it should be Mr. Allan Dick- and his side partner Mr. Goff Cook, who as^the two" comedians proved themselves' really jnastorsi of the art.'. - *  There was scarcely a weak point in the cast, however, and' special praise must al3o be given to the magnificent costumes, well selected, and tio .the scenery particularly that of the Mrst act. '( As musical', director Mr. Geo. Stevfart has, few pars for amateur productions, and his efforts last night were appreciated. The iiethbridgeites were particularly pleased with this po/form-ance last night. Others whp appeared in the caste were G. Esmond-White as the Marquis, Fred Robin, as Chevalier de Brab-azon; Berg BUingsen as the secretary; Percy Schutte, as Capt. Delauuoy, J. C. King as Dufois, G. A. Caldwell a3 Simon, Mr. Benn as sergeant. Mr. Monkley as Benedict, Mr. King as the viscount. Miss Holt as the maid, Miss Warner as the Princess, Mrs. Thompson a3 Cerise, Miss Brugman as Mario, and Mrs. Mark Smith in the title role of Ermlnie. The choruses were all well sustained, and the other musical numbers so well rendered th'at there were niany encores. Oats May ...... New Contract May........ July ... ..... Barley- ... . May........ Flax-Jan......... May ... ... Cash Prices Oats-No. 2 G. W. 81% Extra No. f Feed ............. No. 1 Feed.. 74%, No. 2 Peed.. . Barley- * No. 3 ......13S No. 4 ......133 Rejected ami Feed ............117 Plax- No. 1 N.-W. C........318% No, 2 C. W. 315 N,o. 3 C. W. 298 . Winnipeg Livestock \Vfilnipeg, Jan. 2.-f-Receipts at the Union stock yards were 110 cattle and 700 hogs. The cattle market was steady and, the hog market was weak. Butcher steers ?6.00 to $10.25; cows and heifers $4.50 to $9.00; bulls $5.25 to $7.50; oxen $5.00 to $8.50; stdekers $5.50 to $7.50; 'calves $5,0tT to $9.00; sheep $12.00 to $13.50; lambs $13.50 to $15.00. .. . Hogs $17.75; sows $12.00 to. $13.50; heavies $12.50 to $14.00 and light $14 to $15.25. " -v The Canadian Pacific railway will accept livestock shipments east of Fort \VilHam,~the embargo having been lifted. Retailers' Meeting Every retail merchant in the city should be on hand at the board di trade building tonight to consider^ the Factory,, Act. Several propqJBals^vili be"constdered. 191 5 To AD Our Friends and^ Patrons We Extend Best Wishes for a Prosperous and Happy New Year. A backward glance over 1917 reveals a most satisfactory year's business, j ma^e possible by the loyalty of-hundreds of regular customers. To these we express a hearty appreciation of the goodwill shown us. ,\ The Red Gross Drug > aiif Book Co. Phone' 555 UlTtf AJN 1> "UIMTRICT New Police Magistrate .....'James Saigeant, J; P., of .Etzikom, 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 take place. There was no 'service here. S. O. E. Postponed . -Owing to various causes the Sons of England (Red Rose Degree) meeting arranged for this evening is postponed until Tuesday next the 8th inst., atlate 13th C. M. .who was killed in action; on January 2nd.,' 1917. *. Yotf are'not forgotten by'-mothqr,' 'dear, Nor-ever will ^ou-be',' * ' As long as life and memory' last We will remember thee. May hio rewafd; be as great es" his sacrifice. s,' > Ever remembered by his Mother, Brothers and Sisters. ^ Chorus of 2500 Voices Particular interest attaches to the singing of the song "Sail On." by the Billy Sunday Chorus of 2500 voices, which wa3 recorded on Victor record and it is the first time that any such number of voices hove boen recorded. Thi's'song is: onfe from a varied list of Victor Records in the stock of Masou &-Risch Limited, Balmoral Block',"5th St. S.v Lethbridge."You who have, no Vlctrola, dp jjp.t roalize what a lot of pleasure yqu are misBiug. The - next tlinj^ you aire passing Mason & Risof ;8tbp*in and. hear some of this^ellghV -ful music-Advertisement. /  CARD OF THANKS In behau ot my wue i wish to express my thanks to the many friends who sympathized with us in,the death of my beioved wite and assisted in ttie funBral services. ' FRANK AL-CORN. DEATH At the Gait Hospital, Annie, the beloved wife of T. A. Marlow, aged z3 yeaifs. Interment from McKay and- McKay pariorB at t p.m. Friday, Jan. 4th. 18-1 EVERYTHING JUST ARRIVED Diary Books and Stands for '1918 -Loose Leaf Ledgers Loose- Leaf Memo and Price Books..... ' Synoptict-10 to 24 Columns. Ledgers and Cash Books, all Prices. EVERAL1 81NNOTT BLOCK, COR. FOUI THEOFFICE SPECIALS and' Supp.lleo Adding Machines Check Writers Stapling Machines -Typewriters .  ' '' __,',' Office Furnltura > � ' & FRANKS H AVE. & FIFTH ST. S. PHONE 1107 To Cure a Cold in Ons Day Take LAXATIVE BROMO QUININE Tablets. Druggists refund money if It fails to cure. B. W. GROVE'S signature is on oach^box. 30c. .. FEW CARS THRESHED TIMOTHY FOR SALE. GOOD FEED Apply for delivered Prices to F. 0. Hyde & Co. Phone 1244 Lethbridge You'll like the neat, trim hair cut you'll get here. WESTBKOOK BROS. Opposite Bank - of. Montreal Install thk Gas Heatilr Dutig this Mild Spill Lathe Shipment Just To Hand CONSUMEjiS' HARDWARE CO. jr. 71 ;