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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 3, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta Assiniboia Music Co., Ltd. 315 6th Str S. Plionc 15-1!i MORDHEIMER PIANOS EDISON PHONOGRAPHS HERALD HOTEL WINDSOR' EUROPEAN PLAN MEALS FROM 9.00 A.M. TO 8.00 P.M. January 1st, 1918 Resol\'ed- That we will continue to buy aiicl 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. OFi- Service Art until a eali tc, ?ui; their class h.is lieen issnetl from Ottav.-a. it ivas nn-nouncetl lidre loday. imm mm mmimm Hunt's Extra High-grade Hawaiian Pineapple Is Known ii� ONE OF THE FINET PACKS put up Iti the HAWAIIAN ISLANDS. Ust spring w� pthcod a gooil sizoil onler for Uicso gooils iiivl wi> houijlit tticnt iit llio rlRht pilcn. Toilny tUoy nrc worth a i;ooil ile.ij more money. We have jn.st receive,) ihc^o i;oor',) tinil will soil thcni ut the foUouing o.xrepllonnlly Uv,v prices. Hunt's Stnoda'rd Pineapple, .^izo 2!aiy. Size 28, IT!.-.- yvy tin ... Liberal Reduction Allowed in Case Lots. Wo ox-)ioet to sell v.hnl wc have In u very sliort time. HIGH-CLASS GROCERS THE GOOD CO. PHONE 5 2 5 FOR SALE Wo are in a position to make prompt .^\v;^^-:!^l g^;von)meiit. The appointees v.-cro: A'ii'o.'is-O'Jor at London, M. Lit vitoff; -Minister to Switzerland, JI. Karptnski; minister to Sweden, 51. Borovsky-Orlovosky. All three appointees were eiiled under the imperial government. New One In London. London; Jan. 3.-The appointment as Russian ambassador to England of M. Tchitcherin. not having become effective because the appointee is stil! interned here, the British government havinj; issued no order for his release, the Husslau council of peoples commissioners, have now appointed to the ambassadorship the Russian revolutionist, jr. Lilvlnoff. The .ippoin tee has been a resident of London for a decade past and has a wide acquaintance here. Leon Trotzky, the Bolshevkii foreign minister has ordered the Russian embassy in London to hand M. Litvin-off all moneys and documents belong-j ing to the republic. TJie officials at ' tU-3 einUai.sy say that M. Lilvinoif has not yet applied for the;-:o but that it he does he will, not get them. Winnipeg. .Inn. ;!.-There was a fairly good demand for cash oaLs, offer- ; lugs were light and spreads imchnns-1 ed. There wera a number of buyers in the market for cash barley. Prices ' were steady and unchanged. There ^ was a demand for cash fln.\, with very Utile offered. The volume of trade In ^ the future market was light. | Oat futures closed %c higher for' May and July. Harley closed ^ic down for May and flax closed He higher for \ January and \\n ? ? ? o ? ? > ? : SHOW DID NOT ARRIVE ? i - S4U S3 Vic SoVl S3555 The show "The ClndoroUa i.Mnn,' which was to have np-pcarcd at the .Majestic this ov-ontng, did not arrive. It -will appear I'^ltlay and Saturday. ? � ? %� � > � c �^ : ? : : ? *> > > Wolf Bounty Inspector Thos. Owens of Foremost, has been appointed a wolf bounty Inspector. Thanks for Cheque The Great War Noxt-ot-Kln wish to thank the O.LA. tor the cheque ot $20 kindly donated to thoni. , Medical BoartKResults , Four men appeared before the medical board yesterday. All were "A" men. This morning tliroe appeared and were classified "A", "B" and "C". Fo.- Halifax Relief -The Standard Bank at Letlibridge J.acknowledfees receipt from iMr. J. M, ' -Voel, RayiHond, Alberta, ot the sum ot $51 for the Halifax relief fund, proceeds of his Christmas turLey raffle. Death of Infant The death occurred hero Tuesday ot the infant daughter ot Mr. and Mrs. R. U. Dobson', 52G 14th St. S. The funeral took place Tueaiiay afternooiu Hov. C. C. Cragg officiating. Feed Oats very other grade as well. Elievator cleaned and saclied if required, elivercd proniptly. ats for Seed. EATHOFiSSJfliS Jberta's Best, 'x'ry Our I After an illness lasting several months, Alice Fullford Jones passed away on Monday, December 31st, in Iter 20th year. She was a daughter ot i the late Silas and Mrs, Jcioos and was , born in Sarnia. Ont.. She came to Lethbridga four years ago and completed her high school course, here two ! years ago. Besides her motlier, she i leaves one brother, W. H. Jones ot } Lethbridge, and three sisters, Mrs. J j N. W. Allin of Weyburn, Saslc, and Mrs. J. F. Sells andNMiss Catherine Jones ot Edmonton. � The funeral was : hold from St. Augustine's church ut, 3.30 p.m. Wednesday and Interment \ took place in Lethbridge cemetery, i jThe pall'bearers 'were .Messrs. Ear! j Taylor, Howard, jVi'm9trong, Watson, .'. Mlven and Pipes, jrvice. James Richardson & Sons, Ltd. 201 SHERLOCK BLDG. BBS Gutter and Leader Work tn give good' Bervico inuBt~T)e done by expert 'workmen and of the best itiaterials only. It may cost you a little more in iho beginning but it will save ,vou a lot ot money in the long run.- Wo aro specialist:! In all kinds of luelal work and wu guarantee satisfaction wi'.h every job we do. The Dixon Sheet Metal Co (^EAR STAFFORD BLOCK LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA Edison^ Phonographs THET^EW EDISON AND THE AMBEROLA . ( We have a full range of these instruments. Prices from' $48.00 to ?G15.00. Cash or terms. Thousands ot records to select frojn. UssinitiQia M\i Co., ltd. "Everything Musical" Phone 1545 315 Cth St. S. Remember the Address CLARIFY the WATER There seems to be an impression that Alum used in clarifying ^vater produces an injurious effect; thsr.^. Is absolutely no reason for such. A very small quantity ( a, teaspoohful In a-gallon) is all that Ls necessary, and most of this will be found in the sediment at the bottom of.the receptacle. When more is used it makes the water ftoTclcarer but brackish and unpalatable. If' the water be boiled, LESS alum is necessary. By pouring the water when clarified and.cool from one vessel into another and re-aerotlng it will be found both wholesome and agi eeable. Our special' ALUM for thl? purpose is Ton CentiS a package. ' lOc J. D. Higinbotham & Co Limited "Atberta's Pioneer Druggists" Whole'sale and Retail Chemists. TELEPHONE No. 322 HEAR PROTEST GRAIN Again Remanded The case of Chung vs Luiig came up in city police court again this morn- j ing and the court was crowded with ' i the adherents of the respective part- j ; ies Interested. The case was remanded until Tuesday next. Winnipeg. Jan. 3.-The protests ot the Jtanitoba government, the repre-sontiitlvcs of western grain interests and western livestock men In regard to the proposed increase in railway freight and passenger rates will ho heard by the railway commissioners In Ottawa on January 10. Premier Norris has received a wire from Ilon.j N. W. Uowell, acUng premier of Can-' ada, to the effect that the Incroa.'ie weuld not go into effect until claims of this province had been heard by the board. _^ er and threo sisters. Mrs. Alcorn caiufi west from Iowa in I90S, with her parents, and settled in Warner until iter marriage'in 1911 when she and her husband inov%d into Montana. Tho remains were hrougUl to Milk River where interment was made, Rev. Ki K. JlcCracken officiating. .Mrs. Alcorn was a brave rturt-luving wife and mother. She always shared the hardships ot the pioneer lite with her bus-. Mntl. Her thought was her home and' family and her sympathies ivlways went out to those she knew and were in distress. Full Crew Working Reports received by the C.P.R. general off ices'from the mines in the district today indicate that a full crow is j working In practically every mine and LiORlNPROTEST Ottawa, Jan. 2.-A ilolegation voiiVR- the ou^ut ^1.1 bo k4,t UP o the limit, ^^l^lf "^j^j^^C";^Cv^nm:^ ^ of man power until tlie spring. ' Start Shipments Boniiiilon waited on the govor shortly before 'one b'clotik  today to present their ccso In regard to the're-cont ordor-ln-council prohibiting the Shipment of coal _ft.m the i;^^ , Sm;;o,^= ori^l^tT liq^'unll^; ated Diamond Ccllieriea has commenced, and tliough oiily one or two cars a day are being sent out so far, the company expects to be in good operating condition by spring. The coal is be- ' ing marki^ed un^lor the name of Dia- ' mond Coal. NIAGARA HOTEL FIRE. Niagara Fulls, -N'.Y., Jan. 3.-The International, one of the largest hotels at the falls, was threatened with destruction by a fire which started at noon today. The building and contents were estimated to be wortVl'iOO,-000. The hotel,' toriijerly knowiv as Eagle Tavern, has a history datii;g back to Ihf),early days of the riiuo-teenth century. For Jewish Sufferers On Sunday, Dec. 16- a party took j place at the H.chrew school for'the i purpose of givihg prizes to llie best I scholars. The party wa.s furnished I by -Mrs. Rev. J. 11. Goodman. By an appeal of .Mr. 1j. Keel $45.00 wus col-;lected, of which they donated SJ'.'i.OI) to the Hebrew sufferers of the war, and $20.00.for the Red C^is. Death of Travers Lad The death occurred -yesterday of Thomas Karvey Fluvaker, age 3 years, son ol Mr. and Mrs. U. 11. Fluvaker ot Travers, formerly of South Dakota. The lad had been ailing for some time and was being rvished into tlie city by auto but died on the way. The fun-era! Wis held on Wednesday, Rev, W. F. Burns ofllciating. the order liv council. Importation was prohibited on iiilU after December 24, in the case of liquor already purchased, however, importation is permitted until January ifl. Liquor importers, it is understood, wish to have the time limit extended. The delegation was introduced by Hon, C, C, Ballantyne. A False Declaration Albert Cull/ o? this city, made a ^swoni statement-, in Calgary that he was an American' citizen, ti'ylng there by to get a permit to cross the border. His credentials wer6 looked upon with suspicion hero and he was arnested, 'confessing to the falsity of his declaration. He appeared before Magi-stratc Elton this morning un' * ' ' to the Calgary poll iRNERLAOy The death occurred at Kippen. Mont., on December i^Cth, of lyirs, Beatrice Alcorn, forjnerly , of Warner. The late iVIrs, Aleorii was 29 years of ago, and was the wife of Mr. Frank S. Alcorn, Besides her husband,' she leaves to inour her loss 3 children, Lois, age 4, Kdna, age 2, aiid Bartlej;, Ijejr parents, Mr. and Mrs, H. F, Curnwall, a b|oth- The Famous Nyal Calendar and Weather Chairt. GET YOURS NOW If you live out of town. Drop us a post card. We v/i|l reserve one for you. The FRANK HEDLEY DRUG CO. FIFTH St., LETHBRIDGE Ford Engines RESOREO AND REAMED AND FITTED WITH OVERSIZE PISTONS. ' WE GUARANTEE SATISFACTION. 216 First Ave, S, . Phone 1732| NiVEN 0feOS. tie First Ave. 8. ' Phont 17S! Colds Cauoe Headache and Grip , LAXATIVE BROMO QU1N1NK Tab . . ... lets remove the clause. There.is,only Officer Primrose laid tlie information one "Bromo Quliiino." 13, W, GUOVE'S and rugard.n it as a serious cdse, the ind-wttB remanded SIrfe. immigration aignaluro on box. 'uOc. 2nil Ave. S, and 13th Strtel. MINING, BUI,LD1NG & RAILWAY SUPPLIES &. EQUIPMEN'T , TUOHOPE ANDERSON AND EMERSON FARM IMPLEMENTO � GANG PLOWS SULKIE,S FORD TRACTOR ATTACH- aUGGleS f^ENTS. OEMOCRATS AUTO TRAILERS fliinwi ii� HHiiiii miii iiiiuiy CARD OF THANKS John Koclo wishes to thank llio mu-jtron und nurses of tho Van Haarlem I hospital und also the doctors, for klnd-'noas and attention given to his wife I during Iter stay at Unit place, 18-1 You'll Ijke the neat, trim hair cut you'll get here. WESTBJlObK BROS. ^ Opposite Bank of Montreal- Our Debt to China Although China has not/played a very Iraportaut part la thu groat World ' War Driiinn, thorn are a number tH things tor which we 'ai'o indebted to hijr. Hear the new song hit, "Ohinu, Wo Owe ii-Lol-to Vou," has a unique way of lolling this. You can hear this song in the player-roll department of Mason &  lllBch Lliultqd, Balmoral Uloolt, Glh St, S, Lolhbrldgo, where it, v/lll 1)0 both played and sune for you. -AdvorllBemont.' Install that (jas Heater g this Mild ' v.: Large Shipment Just To Hxtnd mmtmimmmmmmmmmmmmm CONSUMERS' HARDWAEE CO, 31?674 ;