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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - January 4, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta Assiniboia Music Co., Ltd. 315 6th Str S. Phone 1545 NORDH EIM�R PIANOS EDISON PHONOGRAPHS ETHB HOTEL WINDSOR EUROPEAN PLAN MEALS FROM 6.00 A.M. TO 8.00 P.M. HOME CURED AND & MCKED &acon, hams an i Shoulders All carefully selected and smoked h bvA ourselves. i B turdays We strongly recommend them. Try some tomorrow. MEAT CO, PHONE 452 ~-Coinmc:iciuj; tomorrow uur smiv wiM chisr- sharp jM �; nVlnrk every Saturday evening. Owim* (o tin* Factory Act coming in force we are obliged n> do On- a-- u> cmuply with the. law. We believe thai if people will commence to do fhKr .shopping earlier on Saturdays and where possible lot us have their orders on Fridays that wo will be able to through with our work by (I o'clock on Saturdays but in order tor everything to work our smoothly -will h;.ve to have the co-operation of the public. Goods to be delivered Saturdays will have to be ordered before o ..lock. \ I" T H OPrOolTE DALLAS HOTEL TOMORROW'S SPECIALS OFFICE SUPPLIES BLANK BOOKS. DIARIES. BILL BOOKS, OFFICE FILES, TRANSFER CASES. INKS. PASTES. TYPEWRITER PAPERS, CARBONS , AtND RIBBONS. FULL LINE OF OSBORNE LEGAL PAPERS. '1 HE KENNY & ALLIN CO., Ltd. NEXT DALLAS HOTEL Store PHONE 1487 Naval Oranaes. The first shipment to arrive this season. Fine quality. Per dozen 40c, 50c. and 60a Jap O-'-anges. About 23 boxes. AH in A 1 shape. Per- box ................................ $1.10 Apples. Mcintosh Reds, Extra special, case $1.75 Apples, Wagners, Grimes Golden, etc. Ail extra good varieties for present use. No. 1s, per case................................... $2.45 Apoles. Ribstons in barrels. � No. 1s, Special, per barrel ............... $6.2-3 No. 2s. Special, per barrel .............. $5 50 a lbs. for............................... 25c GRAPES. Emperors, Best -quality. We have Just a few barrels, per lb.................---- 30c Freiih Oysters. The coast sealed, solid meats. Fresh lot just in. Corn on the Cob, gallon tins. This is very scarce this year and we do not expect to be able to get any more until next Fall. Price per tin .. $1. Potatoes, Excellent quality. Cook up dry and mealy. There (s a vast difference in potatoes. These are really good ones. Per 100 lbs. $2.75 Cream Brick Cheese, per lb................ 50c Lima Beans, per lb............,............ 25c 1 11 7 NORWEGIAN SHIPS, ERE SUNK DUR1N61917 (S WAS NOT PENNILESS HIGH-CLASS GROCERS THE GOOD CO PHONE 5 Penvrr. Colo., Jan. 4.--John Know-los. GT years old. v.*ho died in in-/1 � have been sunk and 234 Danes have beer killed. Jamaica. X. Y.. Jan. 4. J., suffrage leader Mrs. Alfred ; ot Queen's j Winnipeg. Jan. 4.-There was a fairly good demand for cash oats of ail grades today. Spreads were uuchang- coumy, announced a* a meeting hero last jii^Jit tbar she hnd . drafted for introduction in the legislature a bill j ed. wiUi very light offerings, which will compel every man between 1 IS and 5i� to go to work. good demand with Offerings in flax was No. Ij.VW.C. C. VV MAN30IM PHONE 613 i The Twentieth Century Book Store LETHSRiDGE. ALBERTA. CANADA Barley was in prices unchanged, were very light. l-2c over January. Oat futures closed le higher tor May and July. Barley l-2c down for Jlay and flax lc up for January and May. Winnipeg Market r i WE WILL -&E-   � *  ^ 1 Cash Prices o -u No. s * 4 1 I C AV 1 No. 2 Feed. No. 4 ..... 116 ! Feed Oats very other arade as well. evator cleaned and sacked if required Oats-No. 2 C/VY... S3ri Extra No. 1 feed . i No. 1 Feed.. TGU Barley- � No. -j ...... IS i j Rejected and Feed | Flax-No. 1 X.W.i'. ..... No. CAS'-. .316U *N*o- il C.W...299Vi j Livestock. J 1 "Winnipeg. Jan. 4.-Receipts at the i Vuion Stock Yards today, 700 cattle and 2.751 hogs. Cattle and tog mar- i kers steady at unchanged prices. Butcher steers $6.00 to f 10.25; cows and heifers, .$4.00 to $9.50; bulls, $5.25 tc �7.50; oxen. 5.00 to $S.o0; stockevs, $5.50 to $7.50; calves $5.00 to $9.00. Sheep. $12.50 to ?13.50; lambs, $13.50 to $15.00. Hogs, selects, $17.75; sows, $12 to Si;;.50; heavies, SI2.50 to $14.00; light, $14.00 to $15.25. Overcome That Obstinate Cough A neglected cough is apt to become Chronic and cause a world of annoyance. -Colds, Grippe and Coughs tenil to lowev ones vitality. In order to overcome the weakened condition of your system, caused by a stubborn cough-you need a medicine food such a a our Emulsion of Cod Liver Oil r It is nnide ot pure Norwegian Oil cm** is i�alatahlo and acceptable to the stomach. It will over come the cough, build up your muscular and. nervous energy and promote genera! good health. v Ab Good for Children as Adulta. Price $1.00, Large Bottle. The Red Cross Drug and Book Co. I Phone 555 U11 * AX 1> DISTKICT No Choir Practice Knox choir iuember*f' will please note that there is no rehearsal this week. Preparatory Service There will be a preparatory service i at Knox elmreh tonight at S o'clock j followed by a meeting of. the board of ! session. THE SOCIAL SERVICE Poultry Show | The poultry exhibit buddings at the Exhibition grounds are being put into sliape for the poultry show, which is to be held on the 15-1S of this month. , New Timetable -A new time table is in force in the to the medical attemlani for 30 days when the name and address mnst be then sent to the commissioner who ir, empowered to tuke^such rjtepa us^iiay I be required to arrange for the treatment of the patient. The executive of the Lethbridgc High School here, the afternoon ses-; branch of the Social Service league ot sion being completed at .3.45 instead j Alberta held a meeting in the Y. Yl\ PNEUMONIA EPIDEMIC Tien Tsin. China, Jan. 4.-Telegrams received here today say that the epidemic of pneumonia which broke out, ! about a week ago along the Slianghai-| Mongolia border has reached Feng i Cheng Tin, province of Shnwchai, lfit) i miles northwest of Pekin, and Is causing alarm among the foreigners there. of four o'clock as was previously the J ! case. For Red Cross The Hon. Treas. of the Red Cross Society acknowledges with donations tnmi " Miss Leah C. A. last evening at which A. \V. Cooue, general secretary and A. I). Archibald, field secretary wore present. Mr. Coone discussed the effect of the new dominion legislation on thanks, j the liquor traffic as relating to Al-Young i berta, and also told of the enfbree- $25.00, Miss L. Cameron $25.00, Mr.; ment of the act throughout the prov- D. II. Yates of Warner SS0.0U. 1 For Belgian Relief ince. hie gave praise to the work of Supt. Piper here of the provincial police in so well enforcing the act in Mr. W. A.-Buchanan. M.P.. acknow- \ a large area with a limited force. The annual convention of the league will be held" In Calgary towards, the -x-r ' ledges a contribution of $100.00 from ''the Girls Belgian Relief Club of Pin- - cher Creek, Alberta, and of $1.00 from 'last of February. The local executive i Mrs. I. VanHecke. for the Belgian hope to Have asocial service cogress ; Relief. here for a day following the conven- i - tion, at Which the work of the league ' regarding the liqnor traffic, and also GOLD We I e nave.a \\vered prompt!}'. 3 Is for Seed. I The Quinine That Does Not Affect Head , Because of its tonic and laxative ef-: feet, Laxative Eromo Quinine can be  taken by anyone without caiialng ner-! vousness or ringing in the head. There j is only one "Bromo Quinine." E. W. few Gold Fish left and-would'suggest that intending pur- theirs I Caught in Halifax Disaster | D. A. Bickell of the Y. Ml C. A. ' has received the remains of a soldiers the important matter of the control of venereal diseases, will he placed package whicU he mailed earlier on before the people of Lethbridge. in the mouth. It is labelled, "Caught in Halifax explosion," and its appearance hears out thi.4 statement. �vs secure has without delay- Alberta*;-; Best. i ROVE'S signature is on box. 30c. T 0 rv uur service. James Richardson & Sons, Ltd, Edison Phonographs Fresh Fish Plant arrived yesterday. Those who failed to get any at the time of purchasing Gold Fish will find plenty on hand. This may 'he sent by mail- the price is 15c per bundle. We have hut fourFootcd Fish GIofe*? Left. It is hoped tcJ have, the annual field day of the league on some Sunday be-j fore the convention. t The work of controlling venereal i To Practice Here i diseases Is taking up the attention of Dr. Lct;ch, who went overseas with i the league officials to a great extent,! the Army Medical Corps, afte� serving'and it is their hope thai important' as medical officer of the li:Uh High- legislation alon^ this line will be puss-landers, and who returned some ed at the forthcoming session of the months ago, is to open practice in the; Alberta legislature, city and has taken a'suite of offices Are Contagious in the Sherlock Block I Ttegina. Sask.. Jan. 4.-Proclaiming venereal diseases consisting of sy-Funeral'of Mrs. Marlowe I philis, gonorrhea and chancroid as The funeral of the late Mrs. Mar-! contagious and infectious, Dr. Sey- last in our, * acting under the provisions of The Famous Nyal Xalen-| dar and Weather Chart. GET YOURS NOW -if you live out of town. Dro� us & pott card. We will, reserve one for you. The FRANK HEDLEY DRUG CO. FIFTH ST.. LETHBRIDGE ; lowe, who died here suddenly � Wednesday, was held this afternoon at j St. Cyprians church. Rev. Canon Mc-f Mill en officiating. Mrs. Marlowe was j the wife of Mr. T. A. Marlowe, former* | ly the foreman at P. Burns Co. store i here and leaves two small children. the public health act, announced today that these diseases will in future require to be reported and that those suffering therefrom must at once ' secure treatment and remain under the care of p. physician continuously until a cure has been affected. * The A Marked-Deck. physician'is required to report: the case The local Greek colony turned out to (he commissioner of public health m masse this morning when Geo. Mel-.within three days of the patients first j THE NEW EOIS &N AND 201 SHERLOCK BLDG. Do You Need Leaders gutters, fiuea or any other metal work up at your place? Then have us call and fix a price for the work which will please you by its moderation. 1\V don't have to praise ourselves or our work.'Those with whom we hav.'j done business are our best advertisers. THE AMBEHOLA V We have a full range of these instruments. Prices from $48.00 to $015.00. Cash or terms. Thousands of records to select from. Assiniboia Music Co., Ltd. "Everything Musical" Phone 1545 315 6th St. $. Remember the Address L d. Higinbotham & Co Limited "Alberta's Pioneer Druggists" Whoiesale and Retail Chemists. TELEPHONE No. 3^2 las appeared before Magistrate Elton chargci] with using a pack of marked cards in a little game ot stud poker ! the other night, thereby achieving ; more than his due share of luck. On i the reouest of 11. \\\ Menzie, who ap-; peared tor the accused, the case was i remanded until Wednesday. visit, together with other information relating to the patient and the family, omitting however to give the patients name, urfless the patient fails to report HE BO RED AND REAMED AND, FITTED WITH OVERSIZE" PISTONS. WE GUARANTEE SATISFACTfON. 216 First Ave. S. Phon� 1732 N1VEN BROS. 21S Fliat Ave. S. Phone 1752 Liquor Charges Hay Mason, appeared in the City Police Court, this morning, charged I under the liquor act'Vith having liy-| uor in other than her private dwelling ' I house. A plea of not guilty was entered and the case was dismissed owing to lack of evidence. Chas. 1<\ llur- As a EVERYTHING FOR THE OFFICE The Dixon Sheet Metal Co, REAR ,STAFFORD BLOCK LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA ener uppiy 2nd Ave. S. and 13th Street MINING. BUILDING & RAILWAY SUPPLIES <�. EQUIPMENT TUDHOPE ANDERSON AND EMERSON FARM IMPLEMENT* GANG PLOWS SULKIES FOHO TRACTOR ATTACH BUGGIES MENTS. DEMOCRATS AUTO TRAILERS CULTIVATORS BINDZR ENCKlEl PHOrJE 1725-TAKE A BLUE LINE CAR Highland Linen Note Papers The Baton, Crane and Pike Co., have advised us to sell their regular fi5c box of paper and envelopes for 50c a Box UNTIL JANUARY 12TH. Postage 10c Extra A Moving picture "A Trip Through the Mountains" a moving picture taKen by the C P. j ris appeared for the accused. R. will be shown at Starhind today and j sequel to this e.\he, Velvet Stanley, tomorrow. chief witness for the defendant was. charged with a ^similar offence, am! I will appear tomorrow morning. JUST ARRIVED Diary Bocks and Stands for 1918 Loose Leaf Ledgers Loose Leaf Memo and Price Books Synoptics 10 to 24 Columns. Ledgers and Ca�n" Books, all Prices. SPECIALS Adding Machines and Supplies Check Writers Stapling Machines Typewriters Office Furniture t Death of Grassy Lake Lady The death occurred yesterday in jihis city of Mrs. Margaret McKInnou. � aged 78 of Grassy Lake. Mrs, Mc-! Kinnon is survived by three daugh- � tc;*s, ami one son, .Mr. L. C. McKln- j jjuon of Korcmost, one of the dviughtcrs l Miss Christine Mc Kinnon resides in the city. The remains were forwarded ! to Grassy Lake for interment in the! SINNOTT EVERALL Sc FRANKS LOCK, COR. FOURTH AVE. & FIFTH ST. S. PHONE 1107 Hay i family plot. i Grin Follows The Snow ! ! LAXATIVK I1UOMO QU!\'INK Pah-! | Jets taken in time will Prevent Grip. E. W, GROVI-rS signature on box. :i0c. . FEW CARS THRESHED TIMOTHY FOR SALE. GOOD FEED Apply for delivered Prices to F. 0. Hyde & Co. Phone 1244 Lethbridge ROBERTSO N'S BOOK STORE PHONE 1265 11� 5TH ST. S. \ You'll like the neat, trim ha:r cut you'I! get here. WKSTBROOK BROS. Of y�$te Bank of Montreal FOR SALE \Ve are in a position to mako prompt shipment of several cars'of TIMOTHY and UPLANCT PRAIRIE HAY. Any orders placed with ua will receive our immediate attention. t Write-Wire or Phone 1865 Lethbridge, or M1922 Calgary STRONG&DOWLER 403 Fifth St., Lethbridge 301 Grain Exchange, Calgary, Alberta Install that Ga this Mild Spe 11 r I 9 h Large Shipment Just To Hand A (I f f * 4 CONSUMERS' HARDWARE CO. (AT THE EiviPREOS ;