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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - January 5, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta Assiniboia Music Co., Ltd. 315 6th Str S. Phone 1545 NORDHEIMER PIANOS EDISON PHONOGRAPHS LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD HOTEL WINDSOR EUROPEAN PLAN MEALS FROM 6.00 A.M. TO 8.00 P.M. WASH DAY MONDAY DID YOU PHONE IN YOUR ORDER we're ALWAYS READY TO serve YOU WELL ON MON-'DAY, AND SUGGEST COOKED H MEATS. /"'V^s/ Delanys Meat Co. PHONE 452 OPPOSITE DALLAS HOTEL OFFICE SUPPLIES BLANK BOOKS DIARIES, BILL BOOKS. OFFICE FILES, TRANSFER CASES. INKS. PASTES, TYPEWRITER PAPERS. CARBONS AND RIBBONS. FULL LINE OF OSBORNE LEGAL PAPERS. THE KENNY & ALLIN CO., Ltd. The Factory Act cumin;.; in force we are obliged to do this so as to comply with the law. We heltoivo that if people >cii! commence to do llioir shopping earlier on Saturdays and where possible let us have their orders en Fridays that'we will be abie to, Ret through with our work by 6 o'clock on Saturdays lutt in order (or everything to work out smoothly wo .will have to have the co-operation of the. public. Goods to lio.rielivorod Saturdays will have to be ordered before ,"i o'clock. s TODAY'S SPECIALS Naval Orange's. The first shipment to arrive thi3 season. Fine quality. Per dozen 40c, 50c, and 60c Jap Oranges. About 25 boxes. All in A 1 shape. Per box ................................ $1.10 Apples. Mcintosh Reds. Extra special, case $1.75 Apples. Wagners, Grimes Golden, etc All extra good varieties for present use. .No. 1s, per case.............----............. $2.45 Apples. Ribstons in barrels. � No. 1s, Special, per barrel .........\.v.. $6.25 No. 28, Special, per barrel.............. $5.50' 5 lbs. for ................................ 25c ' ' GRAPES, Emperors, Best quality. We have just a few barrels, per lb..................... 30c Fresh 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 .. $1.00 Potatoes, Excellent quality. Cook up dry and - mealy. There Is a vast difference in potatoes. These are really good ones. Per_100 lbs. $2.75 Cream Brick Cheese, per lb................ 50c Lim.i Beans, per lb......................... 25c HIGH-CLAS GROCERS THE GOOD CO. PHOIS.E 32 5 3peci.il Services Vii'f, liaptis; Church. Special services by T7rv. t). i'. Morsu'.an. H a.m. subject. "The Strange Adventures ot n Text." This is a stirring story for young people and .Mr. Horsmaii's lifst. :! p.m. subject. "I'.1. and Ma. and the Kiddie.-;." A l�iniiy meeting for nil the family ami for a)' families. T.:M ;\m subject, "Four Leprous Men." U' death on the bat'leiieid a passport to heave;;. All li'iidr-p come at 11.u" o'clock. Communion after .the evening , servit c. i A Hold Up J. .Moore, strong arm artist, waylaid G. 0. Jaeobson early this morning behind Smith's livery barn, knocked itiui^ senseless and relieved him of $180.00. and a sold watch. He was lacked up shortly afterward--, by Sergt. Ijlowker and Detective H'aliis and is now behind the bars, awaitin trial on Monday. MARKETS The Bowntnnville town council was entirely elected by acclamation, with lohn B. Mitchell us mayor. C. W. JV5ANSON PHONE 613 The Twentieth Century Book Store L ETH Z R i DGE. ALBERTA, CANADA Winnipeg, Jan. 5.-There was little his ' change in .cash trading from yesterday � and the market was featureless. The demand for oats, barley and flax was good, but offerings light. Cash oats in the west continue in good demand and offerings commanding higher than quoted prices. Oats closed %e lower for JIay'f�t S47s: July \c lower at S3%- � Barley closed >,>(: lower for May at 14.-.. Flax closed V-�c lower for January at ol6; May 2c lower at 32:.�. Winnipeg Market Oats-Old Contract: Open Close May.......... WE WILL BE GLAD TO ORDER "ND DELIVER IF NOT IN STOCK, ANY BOOK PUBLISHED. OFFICE SUPPLIES. .. QUALITY STATIONERY Latest Styles. Correct Forms. New Contract: May........ July ......... Barlev- Mav......... Flax- " Jan.......... .May .. . - 0 S47s S!"s S4'I S3 v2 114 145 sin'.; :u� 22� F JLavery other, gracle as well. evatoi' cleaned and sacked if required, olivcred promptly. >.ts [or Seed. EED Oats iberta's Best. Trv Our S, 'ervice. James Richardson & Sons, Ltd. 201 SHERLOCK BLDG. Cash Prices Oats-No. 2 C. YV. S3"s Xo. r, C. W. 78"� Extra No. 1 Feed .............. 7STs No. 1 Feed .................... 7STS I Barlev- ; No. ;! C. W. 137V No. 1 C. W. 132'.2 'Rejected and Feed .............11G Flax- \ Xe. i N. VV. C.................316 No. 2 C. YV. 313 No. � C. \\',. 29H Winnipeg Livestock Winnipeg, Jail. 5.--Receipts at the Union stock yards today were 160 cattle and 250 hogs. The cattle and hog markets were steady. Butcher steers ! 57.00 to $10.50; cows $4.00 to J9.00; 1 heifers J7.00-to $10.00; bulls $5.00 to' SS.-'.V. oxen *5.W to $9.00: stacker*, |6.00 to $8.on: calves $5.00 to $9.00. ; Sheep .$12.50 to $14.00; lambs �13..*Ci ' to $lii.00. (togs $17.75; sows $12.00 to $13.50; heavier $1:1.50 to $14.00'. light4 $14.00 to $15.'25. ' ; New York Stocks. I New York. Jan. 5.-Closing 'sales: ' C. P. R. 135 7-8; I'. S. Steel, �2 1-4; I V. S. Steel preferred 10S 3-4. \ Overcome That Obstinate Cough A neglected cough is apt to become Chronic and cause a world of annoyance. Colds. Grippe aud Coughs tend to lower ones vitality. In order to overcome the weakened condition of your system,, caused by a stubborn cough-you neexl ay medicine food such as our Emulsion of ' , Cod Liver Oil it is made of pure Norwegian Oil and is palatable and acceptable to the stomach. It will over come the cough, vbuild up your muscular and nervous energy arfd promote .general good health. '; As Good for Children as Adults. Price $1.00, Large Bottle. The Red Cross Drug and Book Co. Phone 555 The. regular meeting of thj People's Forum will be held at the Starland Theatre toimirrow Jan. at 3 p.m. Mr. David PI. Elton will give a talk on "Resolve." This being the first Sunday after New Year's and being the tiine of year when so many resolutions are made this should receive wide attention. CITY A N li DISTRICT Wesley Sunday School Wesley Sunday School will meet tomorrow at 12 o'clock instead of at 3 p.m. El Drunk Fined $5.00 it. McAIplne. found drunk on the streets was fined the usual $5 and costs at the City Police Court this moriviug. Band Meeting A meetin;; of the Lethbridge band will be held in the band room. Sunday, 3 p.m. for practice and a business meeting. All members arc requested to be in attendance. eral Leckle, the G.O.C., for hearing of their caBes. ^n additional 100 men uro due to report here today. \ bdmonton begins the New Year with $6,156,471.u4 of taxes owing on city property, almost a million more than at the beginning of last year. Do You Need New Leaders gutters, flues or any other metal .work up at your place? Then haye us call and fix a price for the work which will please you by its moderation. W'r don'', have to praise ourselves or our work. Thosfr with whom we have done business are our best advertisers. The Dixon Sheet Metal Co. REAR STAFFORD BLOCK LETHBRIOGE,_A'_BERTA Edison phonographs THE NEW EDISON AND THE AMBEROLA \Ve have a full range of these instruments. Prices from $48.00 to $615.00, Cash or terms. Thousands of records to select from. Assiniboia Music Co., Ltd. "Everything Musical" Phone 1545 315 6th St. S. Remember the ''Address FISH We have a few Gold Fish left and would suggest that intending purchasers secure theirs without delay. Fresh Fish Plant arrived yesterday. Those who failed to get any at the time of pureh'n.s.'iig Gold Fish will find plenty on hand. This may be spnt by mail- the price is 15c perjbundl.. We have but tourFooted Fish Globes Left. J. D. Hig;rb)t!iam & Co . . Limited 11 The J**r* "Alberta's Pioneer Druggists" Wholesale and Retail Chemists. TELEPHONE No. 322 New Auto License Plates The new l'.llS auto licenses are appearing on Hie streets and are a decided improvement on last year's is-' sue. The design is raised white lettering on a black background. Presbytery Meets A special meetfiiK of the MacLeod Presbytery was held yesterday at Knox church when some private church matters were dealt with. The regular annual meeting will be held the early part of next month. Lethbridge Appeals Stand Over There* are still six or seven Lethbridge men whose names did not appear on the list of appeals yesterday, :'nd who .were not called upon to t-tate their case.- These will be dealt "ilh at the next session of the court of appeal, the exact date of which is ;iot known. ' Edmonton. Jan. 5.-At the annual convention of provincial school inspectors now in progress in Ednibnton, Hon. J. R. Boyle, minister of education, made a statement which presages the inauguration of medical service for school children throughout rural Alberta. The minister dealt with certain changes that the department hc.d in j contemplation. One of the most import- j ant of these hart the aspect of taking | io rural communities the advantages j in the care of children that were pos-1 sible to larger communities. II. would | probably happen that the services of a I couple of doctors and nurses would be employed within the present term to do inspection and guidance work, and j learn by experience how the work1 could bo efficiently tiohe in general i application. The inspectors were ask- i ed for practical advice as to the best means of working.it-twL, The inspectors would be Jooked to to carry on an active1 propaganda in relation to the �work in order to develop active interest on the side, of the public. The medical inspection of teachers will be a very important pan of the work also. ONLY 52 REPORTED Victoria,-B.C., Jan. 5.- (Only 52 of the 86 men due to report at the second depot battalion on Thursday actually put in appearance and the military police have boon busy since searching for defaulters. Of the :i4 who failed to report, eight arrived at Camp yesterday and reported before Major Gen- A DERAILMENT Prince Albert, Snsk., .Tan. 5.-Three passengers sustained slight injuries in a derailment of the eastbound CN.lt. Winnipeg express at Hafford between Uattleford and Prince Albert yesterday afternoon. The passengers reached here today being brought in by an auxiliary train. First aid treatment sufficed for their injuries. A Full Line of * Fish Poultry and Meats Carried Marlow's Meat Market 1110 SIXTH AVENUE SOUTH PHONE 796 I It was decided in order to save coal | ! supply to close down the parliumcii-' | tary library at Ouawa. I General Meeting Board of Trade Oil Tuesday evening next there will be a general meeting of all members of the Board ot Trade to arrsnge for the nomination of officers for 191S. �prior to the election of officers to take plaoe at the annual meeting lat-ir The finance compaign for the board for the following year will also be arranged at this meeting. To Appeal the Case Velvet Stanley, who was remandeu*"' from yesterday on it charge of having liquor in oilier than her private dwell-! ing house, appeared before Magistrate,' Klton this morning and was assessed $"5.1)0 and costs. She pleaded not guilty mill,paid the fine under protest, j Velvet Stanley is a resident of the re-1 strieted area, and the question arose ' whether the house In which she in an inmate is her private dwelling house or not. C. F. Harris who appeared for' the defendant claims it. is, and will �e.ppo.iil the ease to the Supreme Court for a test case. EVERYTHING FOR THE OFFICE JUST ARRIVED % j SPECIALS Diary Books and Stands for 1918 Looce Leaf Lodgers Loose Leaf Memo and Price Book* Synoptics 10 to 24 Columns. Ledgers and Cash Books, all Prices. Adding Machines and Snppliea Check Writers Stapling Machines Typewriters Office Furniturs , EVERALL & FRANKS SINNOTT BLOCK, COR. FOURTH AVE. 4. FIFTH ST. S. PHONE 1107 Superior Supply Co. 2nC Ave. S. and 1$tp Street. MINING. BUILDING 4 RAILWAY SUPPLIS8 AUTO TRAILERS CULTIVATORS BINDf.R ENSI.lEi PHONE 172a-TAKE A BLUE LINE CAR Highland Linen Note Papers The "Katon, Crane aud Pike Co.. have advised us to sell thoir regular 65c box of paper and envelopes for 50c a Box I . until january 12TH, Postage 10c Extra ROBERTSON'S BOOK STORE phone 1265 118,8th ST. S. ford Enoinep REBORED AND REAMEO AND FITTED WITH OVERSIZE PISTON8. WE GUARANTEE SATISFACTION. 216 First Ave. S. Phone 1732 NIVEN BROS. SI* First Ave. 8. Phoiy 17SX " l BIRTHS MORN-TO Mr. and Mrs. I!. K Van Hlarciiin, January 5th, a son. .211 FEW CARS THREShcu TIMOTHY FOR SALE. GOOD FEED Apply for delivered Prices to F. 0. Hyde & Co. Phone 1244 ''Lethbridge You'll like the-neat, trim hair cut you'll get here. WESTBROQK BROS. Opposite Sank of Montreal O'Cedar Mops I FOR SALE We are in a position to make prompt shipment of sevoral cars of TIMOTHY and UPLAND PRAIRIE HAY. Any orders placed with us will receive our immediate attention. Write-Wire or Phone 1865 Lethbridge, or ' M1922 Calgary STR0NG&D0WLER 403 Fjfth 8t., Lethbridge 301 Grain Exchange, Calgary, Alberta m l mm. 'tomorrow AT THE EMPRESS o'Cedar Polish Large Bottles ............. 50c Small Bottles............. 26c Imperial Quart Tins ..... . $1.25 Imperial Hftlf Gallon-Tins $2.00 Imperial Gallon Tins.....$3.00 Also LIQUID VENEER, 26c and 60c bottles. Sun and Polly Prim FURNITURE POLISH. . . All kinds of BRASS POLISH, SILVER POLISH KNIFE POLISH, STOVE POLI8H, STOVE PIPE VARNISH, ANTI SOOT, WITCH SOOT DESTROYER, POWDERED WAX, FLOOR WAX, and all the small articles usually kept in a first clast. hardware store. CtCG CAN PAT OfFICC CONSUMERS' HARDWARE CO. 10 ;