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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - January 3, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta - f ^ ' 1^ 1 * 1 * 1 1 . -f a j -3 r �V. _ 1 h 1 1 :_r - 1 - J- j l 1 11- Assiniboia Music Co.; Ltd. 316 6th Str S. J , .. Phone 1541) NORDHEIMER PIANOS EDISON PHONOGRAPHS � 1 1 3 -.ha T" * f * a | -1 � i � �' � W * - 1 r- - ^ HALIFAX PICTURE Tho Halifax Disaster Picture will be shown at the Orpheuin one day only, Friday. .> > > > > v �> * v 0 verco m e Obstinate . t ? * * ? SHOW DID NOT ARRIVE* v ? NOT LIABLE TILL CALL \-- itegiua. Jan. ;i. - Men who have reached the age of 20 years after Xovember 1. 1917. are noi liable for service under the Military Service Act until a call (o suit their class has been issued from Ottawa, ft was announced hare today* l\ v c� ? > A % A V B WW Petrograd, Jan. 1-Three appoint-. meLts of Russian representatives abroad wyre announced by the Bol-sh^\~;ki -innnent. The appointees werr: A^'oRs-'ttdor at London. M. Lit-ritoff; Minister to Switzerland, M., l ICarpinski; minister to Sweden. M. Borovsfcy-Orlbvosfcy. All three appointees were exiled under the imperial government. New One in London. Winnipeg. Jan. 3.-There was a fairly good demand for casli oats, offerings were light and Spreads unchanged. There were a number of buyers in the market for cash barley. Prices!) were steady and unchnnged. There j was a demand for cash, flax, with very little offered. The volume of, trade in the future market was light. j Oat .futures closed %c higher fori May and July. Barley closed %c down; for May and flax closed %0 higher for i January and l%c down for May. { Winnipeg Market/ Oats-Old Contract: May......... New Contract: May Open Close i S4& July -BaHey- May ... Flax-Jan. ... May ... Oats-No. 2 C * t * * � ft * * 1 I ft * ft 83 y* 146^ J 84 H ! 83 V\ Cash Prices �24 146 318U 324 \V. S2*% No. 3 C. W. 78 ^ FOR SALE We are in a position to maka prompi shipmeat at several cars of TIMOTHY and UPLAND PRAIRIE HAY. A  Any -brders placed -with us will receive our immediate attention. Write-Wire or Phone 1855 Lethbridoe. or M1922 Calgary London; Jan. 3.-The appointment; Extra Nc. 1 Feed .............. 78^4 i ' h' 403 Fifth:St., Lethbridge 301 Grain Exchange, Calgary, Alberta as Russian ambassador to England of M. Tchitcherin, not having become effective because the appointee is still interned here, the British government having issued no order for his release. I the Russian council of peoples conv missioners, have now appointed to .the ambassadorship the Russian rev-; olutionist, M. Litvinoff. The appointee 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: Litvinoff all moneysand documents belonging to the republic. The officials at | the embassy say that M. Litvinoff has ' not yet applied for these but that if he does he will, not get the; No. 1 Feed.. 75V4 No. 2 Feed.. 72^4 Barley- No. 3 ......137 No. 4 ......132 Rejected and Feed..............116 Flax-No. 1 N. W. C...............31S& No. 2.C. W. 315H ^o. 3 C/W. 298% Winnipeg Livestock. Winnipeg, Jan. 3.-Receipts at the Union Stock Yards today 100 cattle and 400 hogs. Butcher' steers. ?6.00 to $10.50; cows and heifers, ?4.00 to $9.50; bulls $5.25 to.,$7.50; oxen, $5 to ?S.50; stoefcers, ?5.fc0 to 51.60; calves $5.00 to $9.00. '� * " Sh'eep, $12.00 to $13.50; lambs, $13.50- to $15.00. Hogs, selects. $17.75; sows, $12.00' to $13.50; heavies,: $12.50 to $14.00 � lights, $14.00 to $15.25. A neglected- cough is apt to become Cnronic and cause a world of annoyance. Colds, Grippe and Coughs tend to lower ones vitality. In order to overcome the weakened condition of your system, caused by a stubborn'cough-you need.j^ medicine food �uch as our Emulsion of Cod Liver Oil It is made; of pure Norwegian Qji and Is palatable and acceptable to the stomach. It will over-V come the cough, build up your muscular a[nd nervous energy ai\d promVte general good health. 9 As Good for Children as Adurts. Price ,$1,00,' Large Bottle, The Red Cross Drug and Bbok Co. � M l Phone* 555 The show "The Cinderella > "nMan," which was to have ap-^ peared at the Majestic this ev-j ? ening, did not arrive. It **wiH appear Friday and Saturday. ? ? ? ? 4 r* -1 1 1 / ' r m F * .1 1 BEST Really EXCEPTIONALUYJ Good Flour 1- ? OlTi: AM) DISTRICT Wolf Bounty Inspector Thos. Owens of Foremost, has been appointed a wolf bounty inspector. r i Thanks for Cheque * The Great War Next-of-Kin wish to thank the G.I.A. for the cheque of $20 kindly donated to them. , Medical Bodr esults - Four men appeared before the medical board yesterday. All were "A" men. This morning throe appeared and were classified "A", "B" and "C'\ For Halifax Relief -The Standard Bank at Lethbridge ^.acknowledges receipt from Mr. J. M. "NSbI, Raymond, Alberta, of the sum of $51 for the Halifax relief fund, proceeds of his Christmas turkey raffle. Death of Infant ' The death occurred hero Tuesday of the infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs, R. H. Dobson, 526 14th St. S. The funeral took place Tuesday afternoon-Rev, C. C. Cragg officiating. CLARIFY r the 1* i i i t i t. i V very other grade as well, Eilevator' cleaned and sacked if required, r D elivered promptly. � / i ats for Seed. After an illness lasting, several t months, Alice Fullford Jones passed i ' away on Monday, .December 31st, in \ ; her 20th year. She was a daughter of j 'the late Silas and Mrs. Jones.and was (born in Sarnia, Ont. She came to Letnbridge four years ago and completed her high schnolcour3e,here two ! years ago. Besides her mother, she t erta s Best. leaves one brother, W. H. .'.Jones of | [Lethbridge, and three si'st.ers, Mrs.i N. W. AUin of Wleyburn, Sask., and 1 Mrs. J. F. Sells and \Miss Catherine Jones of Edmonton. ^ The funeral was , i held from St. Augustine's churph at | 3.30 p.m. Wednesday and interment i took place in Lethbridge cemetery. The pallv bearers 'were Messrs^ Earl Taylor, Howard, Armstrong,.'.Watson, Niven and Pipes. There seenis to be an impres- -sion that Aj(um used in clarifying water produces an injurious ; effect; ther^t;i3 absolutely no reason for sjiich. A very small quantity ( ..a^teaspoonful in a~ -gallon) -is ail, that is necessary, and most of this will be found in the sediment at the bottom of:;the receptg-cle. : "When more 3s used-it makes the water- fip^clearer \bjit brackish and uniMlatable. If the water be boiled, LESS alum is necessary. By pouring- the water when clarified andtcopl from one vessel into another and re-aerating it will be found both wholesome and agr oeable. Our special * ALUM for this purpose is Ton Cent� a package. ' Again Remanded The case of Chung vs Lung came up in city police court again this morning- and the court was crowded with ' tlie. adherents of the respective part-j ies interested. The case was remanded'Until Tuesday next. Winnipeg, Jan. 3.-*The protests of the Manitoba government, the representatives of western grain interests and western livestock men in regard to the propositi increase in railway freight and passenger rates will be heard by\the railway commissioners in Ottawa on January 10. Premier Norris has received a wire from Hon.J N. "VV. Rowell, acting premier of Can-" ada, to the effect that the increase would not go into effect until claims of this province, had been heard by tho board. . er and three sisters. Mrs. Alcorn, came .west from Iowa in 1908, with her1 parents, and settled in Warner until, her marriage'in 1911 when she and her husband mov%d into Montana. J I The remains wore brought to Milk! River where interment was madoi Rev., Ev E. McCracken officiating. Mrs. Al-'r corn was a brave iind,loving wife and' mother. She always shared the hard-; ships of the pioneer life with'her hus^ sbancl. Her thought was her home and' family and her sympathies always went out to those she knew and were hi distress. V 10c \ J. D. Higinbatham & Co Limited Try Our Tke "Af'jerta's Pioneer Druggists" Wholesale and Retail Chemists. TELEPHONE No. 322 � --^--.  'Start-Shipments J Shipment of coal from the rejuven-5 ated Diamond Collieries has commenc-| dd, and though only 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 marketed linger the name of Dia-! mond Coal. * For Jewish Sufferers pn Sunday, Dec. 16- a party took I place at the Hebrew school for" the (purpose of giving prizes to the best i scholars. The party was furnished 'by Mrs. Rev. J. H. Goodman. By an appeal of "Mr. L. Keel $45.00 was collected, of which they donated $�5.00 to' .ifhe Hebrew sufferers of the war, andv$20.00.for the Red Cyfes. Death of Travers Lad The death occurred ,-yesterday of Thomas Harvey Fluvaker, age 3 years, son of Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Fluvaker of Travers, formerly of South Dakota. The hid had been ailing for some time and was being rushed into the city by auto bin died on the way. The funeral was lieid on Wednesday, Rev. W. F. Burns officiating. Oitajy&t Ja�;"'2^A iole^atipn v'epro-J senting leadiiife^iquor importers itf :H,,F.: Cdrnwall, u bSjoth- The FRANK DRUG CO. FIFTH ST., LETHBRIDGE - r r - > - * � J - - - i 1 1 >l� REBORED AND REAMED AND FITTED WITH 0VER8IZE: PISTONS.-'  -WE GUARANTEE SATISFACTION. 216 First Ave. NIVEN First Avei S. Phone '1732 Phone 1732 .1 1/ 3 V 1 - back to the .early days of the teenth century., xiine- The Dixon Sheet Metal Co REAR STAFFORD BLOCK LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA by to get a permit to cross the border. His credentials were looked upon with suspicion here and he was' arrested, confessing to the falsity of his declaration. He appeared before Magistrate Elton this morning and^was remanded to the Calgary policre. Immigration Officer Primrose laid the information and regards it as a serious cftse� the penalty for which may be five years' hard labor. FOR THE JUST ARRIVED Colds Cause Headache and Grip . LAXATIVE 13HOMO QUININE Tablets remove the c'ause. one "Bromo Quinine." E. W. GHOVE'S signature on box. 30c. ANNOUNCEMENT Consolidated School at wlnn,f,d ' . . .1 The following school districts, name- Mr. Shearer > will* give, his popular I jy. The winnifred School District No. lecture "From ocean to ocean next ig24t the Maxville School District No. Thursday evening, January 3rd, at 8 2599, the Rose Gliff ^School District o'clock in the basement of KnoxJNu 2g40 and the Pawn School iij8triCt church. This>ill be iUustrated with ; No> 3017 a]1 f U]e ProvlllcG of A1. Diary BboksXand -Stands for 1918 Loose ?Le;af Ledgers '& Lod8e Leaf 'Mfcmo and Price Book's. �  V. Synoptics Adding' Machines and ' Suppjlba Check � Writers Stapling Machines Typewriters ^ Office Furnituro J . l it. 3 * 'v . - j I x � -i ri EVERALL & FRANKS v3 SINNOTT BLOCK, COR. FOURTH AVE. & FIFTH 81^ S.;PHONEj1107; 1 . '-1^ ^J lr : � �* j hair cift you'll ge#t here. WESTBROOK BROS, . � ^i-r------ -...... ---------^~\ys. Opposite Bank ontresl Although China has nofcv'played a very important part in tho great World � War Drama; there are a number ot things for which weto indebted to her. Hear, the new song hit, '-China, We Owe atLot-to You," has a unique way, ofwtelling.'thls. You can"hear> thiR song In the player-roll department of Mason &.Risch Limited. Balirioi-al Bloult, 5th St;*-S., Lethbrtdge^wUere it: v/tU be both played and sune'for you.' -Advertisements - ^ 4 h �V 1 � T 4 1*' � - 1 - ^ I.. . ^ 4 1 J. -I J ^1 j'^ V - - J>J *r - TO j i f ^ It. 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