Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 2, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta
PIANOI SOISON PHONOGRAPHS i AS5INIBOIA MUSIC CO, LTD. "Evtryth'ng S15 6lh Slfjel South Phone 5W5 DAILY HERALD i mm PLUMBING aid HUM CO- Phone 1448 1248 Fifth Avenue 6, Don't put off Caring for that Cough Tf do. serious cocupl tent ions aiv apt lo ;ind the result mfcaa a sicsl deal oi expense anfi Tho sensible trcii- PENSLAR WHITE PINE AND SPRUCE BALSAM A combination of healing ingredients recognized by tho medical yic- tesfloo ra the best for the treatment cf coughs. Penslar White Pineiind Spruce Balaam acts ana a permanent relief, while most cough syrups merely quiet the cc-jsh. Fenslar and Spruce Dolssiu is soM lu nvo either plaiu or mentholated, and only et I'tuslar stores. 25c and 50c THE KENNY ALLIN CO., Ltd. NEXT DALLAS HBTEl Store Our January Catalogues Are Now Ready FREE TO INTERESTED BUYERS. IF YOU LIVE IN THE COUNTRY AND WANT ONE MAILED THE FIRST OP EVERY MONTH PLEASE NOTIFY US AND YOUR NAME WILL BE PUT ON OUR REGULAR MAILING LIST. HIGH CLASS GROCERS THE GOOD CO., LTD. Foci Board License No. 8-599 TWO STORES No Need To Eat Unsatisfactory Bread When You Can Have Model Bakery Bread, It U not that dry puffed up bread, but ts so mach like the good home Sweet wiin crisp crust, moist and In lesture. Phone 1175 and Have the Rig Call. N. J. SCHWEITZER License N'Jmbsr 5-17SS WINNIPEG. Jan. :.-Oati closed r.-Sc rower fcr May. Bailey closej S-4c lower for May. Flax itosed lower for Winnipeg .May 79 May xlOSli May.............. 343 33S Cash Prices OATS- NO. j c.w... :j'j NO. c.vr... 71 Eitra No. 1 No. I 71 .No. s No. 4 c.w... Rejected ..............H..... S0sj Feed .......................7S1; i Xo. 1 -No. 2 No. ANNOUNCEJtENT "Hftnry Dancer.'1 Hear t'nese old at the Willis Piano EtQre, Victor Dejt, 707 3rd Ave. S. Tha Ladies Hair Dressing Parlors and Comfort Scorns have removed (heir parlors from Xo. 1 Unll BlocS to tie 1st floor, next ta Christian Science reading room. IN MEMOR1AM "a loving memory of my dear son, Pic. Bejinald John Binning. 113 IGth SL north. Lethbridga; lata o( the ISth C..M. R., who WES killed in action January 2nd, 1917. Gone "but not for- gotten. We mourn for you dear SOD, No eyes can see us weep; But inajiy silent tears ate shed, While otoers are asleep. Inserted by his losing Mother, Brothers and Sisters. IN MEMORIAH In erer lotlng memory ot Annie, the helorrf trite of T. A. ilarloif, who died January 1st, 191S. Gone but not forgotten. Inserted cy her lovins husband. You WH1 Never Bmk a Resolution To trade be glad Ton Made 1L R. COULTRY Phone 492 The Albirta Meat Market Canada Food Board Llcenao Number The C. P. R. telegraph system, hjcli EEQdE out daily ireather re- ports, tried to jfijli weather oa hbridse for New Year's Day, Ihe report readiDS Jive below zero for high and 24 Itelott- for lowest durirjg the I hours ending at T o'clock this tag. The error is corrected, however, the eiyertmental farm, rtenci! 3 report tor Lothoridgs origraates, aad inaleail oJ St tcior zero this dis- trict eojoj-ed 24 above that roarfc Bur- ing the day yesterday the mercury dropped to live the coldest for the winter season to date, hat- dur- ing the night toe wind switched to the southwest, and this morning at T o'clock it stood at 24.5 above. Prince Albert -was the coldest spot in the west, with 51 below, ana Indications 6re that the early January cold snap is coming this It ii interesting lo noip. lhat a year ago tie Ice in tho Old Man river hero went out on New Year's Day, so Uiat this year the weather is con- siderably colder at the same season. A FALL! OFF Yearly Figures Show Slight De- crease in Business in Ldhbridge arc bringing a record price. If you havo hens you should provide them with plenty of eEE-l'rcduciug materials. Wo Pratt's Poultry Regulator Hess' Poultry Panacea International Poultry Powder These are all known and are in egg-making etemencs as well ts Ihose needed to keep your entire flock vigorous and healthy. RED CROSS DRUG BOOK-CO., LTD. Sherlock Bldg. Uthbrirfge CITY AND DISTRICT Ii Repatriated W. Martin of Maclccd, has repatriated. A Correction la the winners of Ry land's contest Rncouucetl Tuesday, (he name of Gco. Close appeared as fourth. Tills should have teen Close. Slatulory Meeting Tho city council will hold Its stat- utory meeting cm Friday morntus at tea o'clock. Has the 'Flu Supl. C. 0; of tlio Lcthliridgc division, C.P.It. Is confin- ed to bis residence suffering an attack of Influenza. Cold Weather Lines HoaSE BLANKETS. In Ilila we ere orastocknl soi u, special discount oi 20 per cent. TANK HEATERS. Xo stockman needs to lis lold tie vilue of Uiess lioatera. Wo have the stylo you want at mo prices, ROBES. TYo have- a fsw cenuine bone-hide. and o'Aer f tjlej. SHEEP LINED COATS. TtiMe ato hiM to gel and p.-Icej will h EjK-r than last season tut our next silpmeot will stuj Iiltiher. MITTS AND GLOVES. Fifty all list eeuon'a crteei. Tbli Is irnere we, can a, little money (or you. FELT WEATHER STRIP for doors and windows. CLARKE'S HEATERS for your Automobile. tho radiator. Thermom.t.rs value, and many other seasonable articles. Supply Co. S 1212 sr.i 1219 Qfflc, ISM FiUh S, Barbed Wire Now in Stock. V.. For Red Cross Tho Hon. Treasurer of the lUd Crofs Society acknowledges thanks tho following donations of Vic- tory Loan Commissions: G. B. Mor- ris, Judge Jackson. 593.50; II. X. Becker. D. It Yates, 1. Nelson and L. W. Clarke, BORN Jamiait Ul, at the resi- dence 613 IDGl Street EOUth, to Mr. and Mrs. Allen Jack, a daughter. DIED Dec. 25th. at the home of her parents, Mr. and Koeckeritz, Ella Dorothea Koeckerifz, In her 26th year. Colds Cauie Grip and Influenza LAXATIVE BROMO QUIKIKB Tab- lets remove ihe cause. There la only one "Bromo Quinine." E. W. GROVE'S signature on the box. 30c- CABEFUL WORK AND CLEAN- LINES3 ALWAYS AT THIS BARBER .SHOP. Westbrook Bros Oppotlt) BinX of Mor.treil W. H. MacPHERSON, CHIROPRACTOR 'Hie condition of your spins de- termines Iho eitoot of year iesltJi. TAKE SPINAL ADJUSTMENTS Address: MeRae Block, Vulcan, ______ ;Alta., Phone to1. CAN SUPPLY BEST UPLAND HAY PRICES RIGHT FREE FREIGHT form on ap- plication. F. C.HYDE CO. PHONE U44 LETHBR1DGE Office and Pocket Diaries and Calendar Pads and Stands Files, Indexes, Folders and Transfer Cases. Phone your office needs lo 1265 ROBERTSON'S BOOK STORE LethbrMgc Hotel Block. Statistics for the year fl? at preseat available show a slisiit falling off in business during 131J. us compared with 1517, indicating that the crop re-! which were smaller than the average, had their ellect on business la general. j The post office returns arc not yet: av, liable, hut are expected to show ja slight tailing The customs re-1 turns as gathered this moraine by: The Herald show the following com-, month by month: I 191S. 1517. January Fehmery 21.06S.27 Marcll ........-4i.181.C4 April........ S6.13T.5G May Juno 01.S7S.25 July ...f August ......26.9H.52 September 2S.42S.52 October......M.977.S3 November 46.134.53 December j One reason for" the falling olt In1 customs figures is the fact that tractors were put on tbe tree list last February, bat outside this, there was quite a falling off in tbe volume of j business handled tbroush the T.elh- bridge port of entry during the latter bait of the year. The embargo placed on'. [many articles prohibiting Import was; an important factor in causing the decrease. Huildins permits for the year tvero' considerably in excess of those in 1517, being as against RS3, an increase of 35 per cent. N'o large buildings were undertaken dur- ing the year, the largest permit being one for the repairs to the Acadia block "liter last .April's fire. The vital statistics have not yet been totalled by C. 13. Howmar. regis- trar, but will be availably tills i and are expected to show an increase In !be number of deaths owing ia tbe I influenza epMemlc, Ore Is being taken, however, to show deaths of, those brought in from outsirie uoinisj jas separate from cleatlis of Lxjtbbridgc residents, in ordtr tbat the city's re- cords may not be distorted. The band clearings for ihc year as' poblisheci on Saturday tbow'a fall.; Ing off of less than 10 per cent., which is an indication tbat hail groin shin- mentr' been avcrago the volume of bank clearings would have broken fill I records. WINE and OIL The mainstay of the ancients, find expression of the fullest value in VINOL The Ionic food and re- constructive for both young and old. i Limited The "Alberts'! Wholesale and Refail Chemists 1515 and 322 Swear in Policemen, In city council chambers tins morn- ins the poKjemen and police fireman of the force were sworn in. Under a to tUo police act it Is necessary to all policemen In at the first oi each year. Heretofore a policeman was sworn in only once while a member of any force, and thai, was on joining. Death of Taber Man The. death took place in the cltv CMs morning of Alfred E. Kwhiff. of Taber, aged 31 years, S months and 14 days. The late Mr. u nat- ive of Dufferiu County, Jiving incre until May of this year, when ho came from Toronto to Taber. Ho liail been in falling health for soiue IImo and had come io the vrest Imping that Ma health would improve. Ho was recently brought to Lethbrltige but passed away this morning at 1215 nth Avenue A. He leaves to nmurn his loss bis wife and little daughter. Fun- eral services will be hcM tomorrow at 11 o'clock at the residence 1215 Stli Avenue A., utter which the will be sent to Taber for intermeiit mittee present are requested to re- main liehicJ at (be closo of the ing for a few minutes. Krery person who la Interented comn bring a frleml and rememher it takes a lltile "tucro" to rau th-> Forum, Big Co. Mr. Cbarlea R. Ilaker, business manager of the San Carlo Grand Op- era Company, is in the ctty today. Mr. Baker Is gainff Intu cerning thfi anpearrtiice ot the Com- pany at tha Majestic Theatre un juii. 17th and ISth. The company Js at present filling p. two weeks engage- ment at the Walker Theatre, Winni- where Mr, Baker reports the at- tendance has broken all rec- ords. Former rfurss Here Ttm death of Mfes Ella BoroEhea Kaeckeritz took place on December 25th at the borne of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. Antler, Sask. The late Miss Koeckeritz a graduate ot the Kootenay Lake Gen- eral Hospital 191G class, Sho was laid at rest In the homo cemetery at Antler, Bask. She leaves to mourn her loss, her parents, eight sisters and threB brothers. Sho was a member of the Gait Hospital staff of this city. Her many friends In the city will re- gret to hear oi her decease. in the Xtw Year tnidnight on TnesiJay. Very few whistles were blown to Marfc the parsing of 1918, Mayor Hardie having requested that, owing lo sickness in the citjr, the usual demonslraikin he cut short. A (err guns and cannon crackers were fired, hut on toe whole the usual noise was conFpicunua hy il3 ab- Dr. Lfech'a Brother Winnipeg Free Press: J. Hillyartl Leech oi tho firm of Leech, and Hamilton, yesterday re- celled a telegram informing him that hta brother, Aclney J, Leech, had dloJ of 'flu in Ballast, Oregon. A J. Leecli was born in Manitoba am! a prominent farmer In Manitou. Jfe left ten diya ago for Ballas, where he in- tended to settle and make his Viome, and was then in perfect "hsallh. His relatives were not rvare of his Illness until the message announcing his death was received yesterday. He leaves a wife and five small children, the eldest oi whom ia 13 years ami the youngest six weeks. He ia also survived by four brothers and one sis- ter, J. Hiliyard Leech aud Ernest T, Leech, barristers of Winnipeg; K. K. A. Leech, ot llegina; Dr. George W. Leech, of oml Mrs. (Dr.) Oapeni, of Toronto, Ho wan S7 years old and was the youngest in tha family. In view of the interest u invested in Mayor IFardie's address last Sunday, Mr. S. S. DuQliam has consented, to defer his date In favor of O. K. Urscm- barh, who will give the Forum an ad- dregs on "The Science of a Now Life'1 or "A Sociological Study of tho Evil from Source of Solu- tion." The following ia a compen- dium oi topics ilr. Ursenhach will treat upon: Dawn of ihe New Feder- ation; Harriers in the Way ot Con- struction; Unchastlty Anawerablo to God and Society; A Iletroapect of tho past; Successes tmd Failures in Com- batting the Sochi Evil; Today's In- ternational Problems; Segregation, a TJplir, of Barbarism. The New Crus- ade: Moclern Methods: (a) Organiza- tion; (b) Working Details; (c) Closing Segregation; (d) Next Steps. Amaz- ing results from the System: (a) Legalizea Vice is Waning; (b) Even the Clandestine and Occasional is Hard to Find .the System is Followed. By resolution passed tho Forum starts at S.SD p.m. As per usual the Forurn will open with a musical pro- gramme with Mr. Coombs in charge. Questions and discussions allowed- i All members of the speakers com- OXEFOTJR NEWS (From Our Own ONEFOUR, Dec. P. P, Clilaliolm spent Christmas rrilh friends at Ilavrn. Alf-v. Lindsay and Miss Tena gave a Christmas dinner that was lully en- joyed by the circle oi friends yresent. J. II. -Maynard has been very -suc- cessful in hunting coyotes and has sent in worth ol fine fura. .Mrs. Hohertron was also Bucccsslul in capturing a black cat which sho look home in'a the cat camo back. A. Urower has-reopened his mine and wilt take .out some coal, this winter. Most of hare al- ready put in a'supply for'the cold weather, J. J. Krensoa, D. X.' Current and T. U Duncan took advantage o[ the chi- itook -weather and made tdslness trip to McdlcfDQ Hat Friday return- Ing Saturday. Detective of the Provincial Police, died at Calgaiy from mfluan- SKATING AUDITORIUM FINK Open TONIGHT At 7.30 p.m. end SATURDAY from In noon and 7.30 In evening. GOOD ICE ADMISSION ADULTS..................250 CHILDREN <5o The Century Book Store FOR OFFICE EQUIPMENT DIARIES, CALENDERS ADDING MACHINE ROLLS, FILES, BLOTTERS, LEDGERS, DAY BOOKS, JOURNALS. Our Will Suggsst What You Need for Stocktaking. 514 FOURTH AVENUE PHONE 613 WE WILL PAY YOU TOP PRICES FOR YOUR FURS Hides, Pells, Etc. LETHBR1DOE HIDE, PELT 4. FUR CO., LTD. lUar C.P.n. Telegraph Office Cor. Avc, and 6th Street S. Phones: Office 799; Rta. 323 Reference: Slicdard Uanlt you NEED HAY OF ANY KINO, CALL ON US. Choice Irrigated Timothy ALSO STRICTLY NUMBER 1 ALFALFA MOW 'READY TO LOAD. BALED STRAW IN TON OR CAR LOAD LOTS. POTATOES per cwt. Special price on Carfoad Lots. SAUNDERSHAYAND GRAIN CO. 1221 2ND AVE. 3 PHONE 732 LETHBFUDGE, ALTA. A RECONSTRUCTION COMMISSION ____________ AUJA.Vr, JEU. I merit of a "rcc'instrucUon commission" lo study ihe postwar riroblems ton- fronting the of the stain was promised Ijy Cov. Alfred B. Smith, fn hi a llrst mrssage to Ihe legislature, at tho convening oi thf; pcssldn The governor rfjCfjmmoniltil tho submission to the electorate of the of ratifying thfi ferteral pro- During the evening of Tuesday a numliRr of rnlriTirntfons wore stagCfl. The Great War Veterans held their scco.id atmnal binquet, at which about 15D wcra The firemen a dflntc social evening flt LVo, i hail, to which a number of their frlendi! wtre Invited. A couple of dances wers In iirogrcsR, but very Ilttlb of iiic colfl.rallon activity was notlrtahlo on thi On Year's night the War Vet- erans a smoker, tkj. rink waR open, while curlers whooped it up to make up for lost lime earlier in the Reason. however, I Lethbriiige spent a very quiet New Year's holiday. EXIDE mm J. D. THOMPSON IN CHARGE All Mikes cf Batterlet Repaired and Work Guaranteed, Lethbridge Motors Ltd. M LOST irt milk bottles in one year. That is a day. tho will fin iraM to Iho people, ot when the hollies ore returned, In a retluccd prico of milk. For overjr lime you fNl a milk tiottle -Kiln pickles or fruit or sugar, oil, paint, dye, gasoline, break It or ilo anything with it except return It to us, It costs you JOc. bottles not broken nre thrown into ilia garbage cans each year. They aro collected Ironi garbage and returned lo use. Tho people arc highly responsible for tho price of rnlllr. not'brcak n tow more bottles? You can nlforcl to pay tot thorn. YOURS TRULY, CRYSTAL DAIRY, Ltd. THE ICE CREAM THAT 19 DELICIOUS Phone 1576 We've Resolved to Keep QUAKER BREAD Uniformly During 1919. If There is a Way lo Make Belter Bread We WilJ Do It. JOHN 6-879 EVERYTHING FOR THE OFFICE A LARGE STOCK of Cash Synoptlei Loan Leaf Systems. NOW IS THE TIME to order Diaries, Calendar Stjndi, Flllnj Supplies and Transfer Boxes. Printing, Paper Ruling and Book Binding, EVERALL FRANKS apUTHARb rJLOCK THIRD AVENUE 8.