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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 4, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta AssiniWa Music Co., Ltd. 315^6th'Stp S. Phone 154,5., NORDHEIMER PIANOS EOlSON PHONOGRAPHS HOfEL WINDS or -.---'.--i- A EUROPEAN l^tAN M P.M. HOME CURED AND SMOKED Bacon, Hams ini Shoulders All carefully selected and smoked by\ ourselves. We strongly recommend them. Try some tomorrow. DELANYS MEAT CO. riFTH ST, S. OPPOSITE DALLAS HOTEL PHONE 452 \ OFFICE SUPPLIES BLANK BOOKS. DIARIES, BILL BOOKS, OFFICE FILES, TRANS-FER CASES. INKS. PASTES. TYPEWRITER PAPERS. CARBONS , AHO RIBBONS. FULL LINE OF OSBiORNE LEGAL PAPERS. IHE KENNY &ALLIN CO., Ltd. The NEXT DALLAS HOTEL Store PHONE 1487 36] MMim S WESyiDURil, PS 0 1 u WAS NOT PENNILESS London. Jan. -J.-Last "year 367 Norwegian vessels, withau aggregate tonnage of r>6ti,000 were sunk, says an EscUaugo Telegraph dispatch from Copenhagen. Since the beginning of the war 215 Danish ships, with a total tonnage ot 234.000 have been sunk and 234 Danes have been killed. Denver, Colo.. .Ian. 4.-John J\nov.--les. fi" years old, w'ho died in the county hospital on Daeeinher'20 last, alone and apparently penniless, was the owner of an estate which real estate men Imve valued at ?25O,000, It developed today. \ MAKE THEM ALL WORK Jamaica, X. Y., Jan. 4.-Mrs. Alfred J. .Eno, suffrage leader ot Queen's county, announced at a meeting hero last night that she had. drafted for introduction in the legislature a bill which will compel every man between, IS and 50 to go to work. -Conuneucing tomorrow our store will elo'ae Bhnrp" at (i o'clock every Satilrday evening. 0\sJnE to tho. Factory Act comiiis lu force \vc are obliged to do this so as to comply with tho law. AVe hellevo that it people will comttioiioe to do their .shopping earlier on Satutdays and where posislblo let us have their , orders on FVIdays that wo will be able to gbt througK with our work by 8 o'clock on Satuidnya but In order tor everything to*work out smoothly We will luivc to have the co-dporatlon of the public. Ooods to bo delivered "Saturdays will have Uk-bo ordered before o clock. ..... TOMORROW'S SI^ECIALS Naval OranflM. Tho fir�t hipment to arrive this season. Fine quality. Pep (losen 40c, 50c, and 60c Jap Oranges. About 25 boxes. All In A t shape. Per box..................3............. $1.10 Apples, Mcintosh Red*. Extra speclijl, case $1.75 Apples, Wagners, Grimes Golden, ptc. All extra good varieties for present use. No. . Is, per case................................... $2.45 ' Apoies. RibstonS'in barrels. 4 ... ..-r 324' . 325 Cash Prices ' Oats- ,.......- . . No. 2 C.W... 53% No. 3 C.W... 79% Extra No. 1 teed ..;............79^4 No. 1 Feed.. 701,4 ' S'o; 2 F6ea.'.r3Vi Barley- ^ � No. 3 ......187 No. 4-.....W.I32 Rejected and Feed............116 Flax-No. 1 N.W.C. ............ A.... 319?4 No. 2 C.-\V..,316i4 No, 3 CAV...299V4 Livestock, .Winnipeg,' Jan. 4.-Receipts at the Union Stock Yards 'todays 700 cattle and 2,751 hogs. Cattle and Jjog markets steady at unchanged prices. Butcher steers |6.00 to $10.25;-cows and helfors, ?4.00 to $9.50; bulls, |5.2ptc 57.50; oxen, ?5.00 fo;..$8,^d; stockers, ?o.50 to ?7.50; calves $6,00 to |9.00:" Sheep. $12.50 to $13.50; lambs, $13.50 t to $15.00. � � - . Hog.-!, selects, $17.75; sows, $12 to $13.50; heavies, 13.50 to $14,00; light, $14.00 to $15.25. . �. : - . - � � The ^Quinine That 0�e* Not Affsel ^ Head Because ot its. tonic and laxative effect, Laxative Bromo 'Quinine cain be taken by anyone without cwislng nervousness or ringing in the head. There Is "only one "Bromo Quinine." E. W. GROVE'S signature Is on box, 30e/ 201 SHERLOCK BLDG. Do You Need New Leader$ gutters, flues or any other metal work up at your place? Tlien have us call, and tlx a price for the work which will please you by Us 'moderation. We don't have to praise ourselves or our  workrThose with, whom wo have", done .bus|hesR;.are our beat ad-; vertlsers.  _ The Dixon 3heet Metal C|o. REAR.STAFFORD BLOCK - tETHBRtOC-E, ALBERTA Edison Phonograt^hs THE NEWJEOIS^N AND THE AMBEROLA Wo have "a full range of th'eso instruments. Prions from $48.00 to ? 615,00. Cash or termp. Thousands ot records to select from. ' Assifliboia Kuip Co., ltd. "Everything Musical" Phone 1645 319 6th St. 8. Remember lha" Addresii: Superior Supjily Co. Znd Ave. 8. and 13th Street. MINiNa.BUILDING RAILWAY SUPPLIES 4 EQUIPMENT TUDHOPE ANDERSON, AND EMERSON FARAl" IMPLEMBN'Tl .'GANG PLOWS, SULKIES FOHO'TRACTdR ; ..BUaaiES - MENT8. DgMOQRATS ' AUTO TRAIL--PR ' .'.CU.LTIVATORS ! BiNoJ^ENGlflEC ,. .PHONE 1725-TAKE A BLUE LINE^CAR ATTACH Highland'  � t 1 ...... � Linen Note Tho Eaton, Crane and Plko Co., have advised us to sell their regular-650-box of popcr and envelopes for . " 50c a Box UNTIL JANUARY t2TH., Postage 10c 'Extra ROBERTSON'S BOOK STORE RHONE 1269 - 118 6TH ST. S. Overcome that ^ Obstinate Cough A ncgl96ted cough Is apt to become Chronic and cause a w^'ld of annoyance. . Colds, Grippe and Coughs tenil to lower ones vitality. In order to overcome the weakened condition of your system, caused by a stubborn cough-you need a medicine food such as our Emulsion of �CodyverOii It 13 made oE pure Norwegian oil and is palatable^ and acceptable to the stomach.'It will over come,the coug)i, build up your muscular" anA> nervous energy and promote' general good health. � v. ^  As Good for Children as Adutta. Price $1.00, Large Bottle. ' Th^d Cross Drug and' Book Co. Phone'555 KJH\ A N 1> UISTKICT No Choir Practice 1! Knox choii.- membera^ will please note that there is no rehearsal this week. * Preparatory Service K, There will be a preparatory service I at I^iox clhirch tonight at 8 o'clock followed by a meeting of the board of session. Poultry Show The poultry exhibit buildings at tho Exhibition grounds are being put into shape for the poultry show, which is to be held on the 15-18 ot this month. .Nevir Timetable -A new. time table Is In force In the High School hero, the afternoon session being completed at 3.45 instead of-four o'clock as was previously the case. For Red Cross The Hon. Treas. ot the Red Cross Society acknowledges with -thanks, donations froiii Miss Leah Young $25.00, Miss L. Cameron $25.00, Mr. D^R. Yates ot Warner ?30,00. . " For Belgian Re.lief Mr. W. A. -Buchanan, M.P., acknowledges a contribution ct $100.00 from the Girls Belgian Relief Club of Pln-cher Creek, Alberta, and ot $1.00 from Mrs. I. VanHecke, for the Belgian Relief; We have.j?i; few Gold Fish left anq^ould'sug-^ gest that intiinding purchasers secure theirs without delay. FresS Fish Plant arrived yesterday. Those who failed to get any at the time of purchasing, Gold FIsU wiii: tlnd' plenty Bh hand. - This,may'be sent.-hy mtU- the price Is loo per bundlo. We have hut fourFooted Fish 0loiM� Left. - J. D. Higiflbotham & Go ' Limited � . .- "Alberta's Pioneer Druggltts" Wholesale andlRetall Chemlsta. TELEPHONE No. 3iZ Caught in Halifax Disaster D. A. BlckoU ot the Y. M� C, A. has received the remains of a soldiers package whicU- he mailed earlier on In tho month. It Js labelled, "Caught in Halifax explosion," arid Its appear-anie bears out this statement.' The executive ' bt ' tho Lethbrldgo branch of;thje Social Service league of Alberta held a meeting In the Y. S'i. C. A. last e,vehlng\.at--which A. W. Coonq,. general secretary and A. D. Archibald, tieid .sacretarywere present. . Mr, COpne discussed the effect �nt the new dominion legislation on the-llqiibr iraftltJ .as. relating to Alberta, and also told of' the enforcement ot'thei act. throughout tlie "province. He.jgave'praise to "the Work of Supt. IJliier.-here - of tSe provincial police In,so w.eO .enforcing the act In a largo nrea'wlthia limited force. � TJie annual, conventipn of the leitguo ^ will be ^hellTlit Calgary towards , tho last of Februtvry.. The local executive;-hope to have a "fepcIaV service 'cOt^ess ' here for^a day,'toUbwlng tho conveh-j tlon, at �yrhlehthe Work of tho league' regarding the liquor traffic..and also the Important'matter "of the' control of venereal .diseases,^ will he placed before the. peoijle of Letlibrldge. It Is hoped to:Jigye.the annual field day of .the league 'oil some Sunday before th6 convention. The ' work; of/ controUlpg venereal diseases Is tailing Up the attention of th? league officiate to a great extent, t.-j^'tho medical'attendant for 30 days, when the ntime and a'ddrdss most be,' then sent to thel.cominlssloiier who is" etupowered to take,such steps as"hiny,' be required to arrange'.for tho treat-' ment ot the patient. ' . ]. . pneumonia,.Epidemic , Tioti Tsin, Chlna,,.Inh; 4.--Telegrams received hero today "say that the epidemic of pneumonia which broke out.; about a week ago along the Slere. To Practice Here Dr. Leech, who went overseas with, . the Army Medical Corps, atte�serving  awl it -is their; hope- that important, as medical officer ot the 113th High-i legislation along this line vi-Ill bo pass-, landers, and who returned some: ed at the.torthcbhjlng sesslbp of the months ago, Is to open practice In the city and has taken a> suite ot offices in the Sherlock Block Funeral/of Mrs, Marlowe The funeral of the late Mr^. Mar- _ lowe, who died here suddenly last mour,^cting under the provisions of Alberta legislature. , �. Are.Contagious Reglna^ Saski.'Jiin,. 4.-Proclaiming venereal diseases consisting, ot syphilis, gODorfhea , ahtj. .chancroid as contagious and infectlpus,' Dr, Sey- Wednesday, was held this afternoon at tho public health act, 'announced tost. Cyprians church. Rev. Canon Mc- day that these diseases will In future Mlllen officiating. Mrs. Marlowe was require to he report�d and.that those the wife of Mr. T. A. Marlowe; former- suffering therefrom; must; at once ly the foreman at P. Burns Co. store here and leaves two small children, A Marked~eeck. ' The local Greek colony turned out on masse this morning when Goo. Mol-las'appeared before Magistrate Elton charged with using a pack' ot marked cards in i little game of stucf poker the other night, thereby achieving more than his due shaRe of luck. On the request of H, W, Menzio, who appeared for the accused, the case was remanded until Wednesday. A Moving/detune "A Trip Through the Mountains'; a moving picture taKeii by ttie C 1^ R. will he shown at Starlahd toddy and tomorrow. � ' ; ;: _ Death of Qrasty Lake Lady Tho death odcurrcd yesterday/ In Ihls city ot Mrs. Margaret McKinnon, aged 78 of Grassy Lake. ''Mrs,,McKinnon is survived by three' i|augh-te.-t., and one son', Mr.'L. C. McKIn-|nou,ot Foi-emoat, one of tho daughtqrB ^ Miss Chrfstint) ^M^tKInnoii"resides In : the city. The Voihalns -vVoro forwarded ' to GrAssy Luke for interment in the family plot. " � Grlo Follows The Snow. ' LAXATIVK imOMO QUIN'INF. Tablets taken in time.will Prevent Grip, E. W. GROVE'S signature on box. 30c, FEW CARS THRESHED TIMOTHY FOR 8ALE. . qOOD FEED Apply for delivered Prices to F 0. Hydto & Co. Phone 1244 Lethbrldge > Liquor Charges Ray ]\Iason, appeared in the City Police, Court this morning, charged under the liquor auf Vlth having llq"-lior in other than her private dwelling house. A plea of not.guilty was entered and the' case was dismissed owing to lack ot evidence. Chas. F. Hw-rls appeared for the accused. As s a sequel to this case, Velvet Stanley, (iiilef-witness for the defendant was ciiarged with a .^Irallar offence, and will.appear toiiiorrow morning. ~- secure treatment und remain under the caro'Of a physician continuously until a'cure has been/affect^d, . � s Write-Wire ' or Phone 186B Lethbrldge, or ,M1922 Calgary STRONGfiDOWLER 403 Fifth St., Lethbrldg* 301 Grain Exchange, Calgary, Alberta You'U like^the heat, trim hair cut you'll get Kere. \yi^STBROOK PROS., Of-jBltte Bank of Montreal ^.1 ^T,,THe EiVlPRpas listall that Gas Heater ing this Mild^# Large Shipment Just To Hand V,,'.-] CONSUMERS' HARDWARE CO. 3 ;