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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - January 7, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta Assiniboia Music Co., Ltd. 315 6th Str S. Phone 1�'W NORDHEIMER PIANOS EDISON PHONOGRAPHS LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD HOTEL WINDSOR \ EUROPEAN PLAN :ti1EALS FROM 6,00 A.M. TO 8.00 P.M. HSjaaaxissxrcaEsa: HOME CURED AND SMOKED Bacon, Hams and Shoulders Ail carefully selected and smoked bv ourselves. We strongly recommend them. Try some tomorrow. DELANYS MEAT CO. FIFTH ST. S. OPPOSITE DALLAS HOTEL PHONE 432 Very Special Nova Sec'.:.-: Ribs'.on Pterins, only C u.-.rrals. No. 1c. Speci.il per !).incl ........... ....... ^o.iiO In -10 lb. lots. Spc.-ial .................. '..?:5; bulls $5.23 to f7.nl); oxen $4.50 to $8.50; stockers and feeders'$6.00 to $0.00; calves S5.00 to $3.00. Sheep $12.5u to $13.50: lambs $13.oil to $10.50. Hogs $17.75: heavies $13.50 to .514.50; sows $12.00 to $13.00; lights $14.00 to $15.25. The shaver should also use our After-Shaving , Lotion It is healing, cooling and soothing. 13otii of-these articles should have a place in the soldier's shaving kit. The Red Cross Drug and Book Co. Phone 555 Is III at Front. W. L>. McDonald of Maclecul, infantry: is in today's casualties as being ill. Ill With Pneumonia.  ; Gunner Walter Vere of Stafford village, has been admitted to hospital at t the front suffering from bronchial . pneumonia. i Court Star, A.O.F. j Court Star. A. O. F.. will moot in i the Oddfellows Hall this evening tu i S o'clock. All members are requested i to attend, as special business is to ho '� transacted. � , Installation of Officer* ! Court Unity, A. O. F., will hold their j regular meeting in St. Mary's Hall tomorrow 1 Tuesday 1 evening, when the .nstaliation of officers for the ensuing term will take place. ' In Memoriam i In loving; memory of Driver Evelyn Rice Meredith. 2nth battery, 0. E. F.. who died in Moore Iiarracks Hospital. Shorncl.ffe. Kngland. Jan. Cih, 191G. :"Gcne. but not forgotten." Oddf.illov/s Attention! The officers elect of the three city . lodges will be installed at the regular meeting of Viaduct lodge No. 53, Tuesday. January Sth at S o'clock. All : v.siiiiig Oddfellows are requested to attend. For Belgian Children W. A. Buchanan. M.r.. has just received a contribution of $1.00 from 5-year-old Master Lanier Sallee to be used for the relief of Belgian children. The amount was saved by the young lad who 1b very anxious to do his part in bringing comfort to the unfortunate children of Belgium. Do You Need New Leaders gutters, flues or any other metal .work up at your place? Then have us call and fix a price for the work which will phase you by its moderation. We don't have to praise ourselves or our work. Those with whom we have done business are our best advertisers. The Dixon Sheet Metal Co. REAR STAFFORD BLOCK LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA Edison Phonographs THE NEW EDISON AND THE AMBEROLA We have a full range of (hose instruments. Trices from $4S.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 The Joy oi Perfect Health and the greater power and ?.est it gives to both work and recreation greatly depends upon tin health of your kidneys: and that, we firmly believe, is best insured bv the use of JREXALL 4 Kidney Treatment Our faith in ii is justified by the p'easant results we know, it has given scores of sufferers. We want you to try it at our risk-upon uur promise to refund the money you paid for it if it docs not satisfy you. relieve you, and add lo your joy of living. In liquid form, 50c and $1.00 in pill form, 50c Sold Only by j. D. Kigiiibalham &Co --- Limited -- The ?$mM "Alberta's Pioneer Druggists" Wholesale and Retail Chemists. TELEPHONE No. 322 A Correction In the report of the Citizen's Lumber Co. banquet in Saturday's issue, it was stated that. Mr. Starr of Bow Is'.and, made the presentation to Air. liagu. This was Mr. Stewart who is in charge 01 the yard at IJnw Island. -Mr. Stewart made the presentation on behalf of the s:ip"rir>tendent and agents of the company. Mr. lingo, wiio is general manager at Lethbridge. made a very suitable reply. .Mr. Stewart, in making the presentation, .- pokrt of the spt-mlid co-operation between Mr. iiage aud the yard managers. Ford [ope REBORED AND REAMED AND FITTED WITH OVERSIZE PISTONS. WE GUARANTEE SATISFACTION. 216 First Ave. S. Phone 1732 NIVEN" BROS. Superior Supply Co. 2nd Ave. S. and 13th Street MINING. BUILDING* S. RAILWAY SUPPLIES & EQUIPMENT TUDHOPE ANDEF'.SON AND EMERSON FARM IMPLEMENT3 GANG PLOWS SULKIES FORD TRACTOK ATTACH BUGGIES MENT3. DEMOCRATS AUTO TRAILERS CULTIVATORS BINDER ENGITIE1 PHONE 1725-TAKE A BLUE LINE CAR Highland Linen Note Papers The Eaton, Crane and Pike I'd., have advised n.i to sell their regular 05c box of paper and envelopes for 50c a Box UNTIL JANUARY 12TH. Postage 10c Extra ROBERTSON'S BOOK STORE PHONE ^Zbi, 118 DTH ST. S. THRFSHFD .TIMOTHY FOR SALE. GOOD FEED Apply for delivered Prices to F. 0. Hyde & Co. Phone 1244 Lethbridge DAY OF PRAYER OBSERVED i HERE, FITTING MANNER Yesterday, the Sunday of Prayer was duly observed in the churches in a fitting manner. At the. United church 1 there wa"s a splendid attendance showing marked appreciation of this day l'o: special prayer. At the Christian church, . the sermon was on the call of the day. , the subject on "prayer for those in ; high power." The gist of the sermon .was what the nation owes 10 the clti-! zen and what the citizen owes to the nation. That all powers are ordained  of God and our prayer is that, they be j guided in the right direction. At. Knox ! church the services were largely at-1 ' tended' both' morning and evening and j ,lhe subjects were in accordance with1 i the proclamation of the day. At. Wes-j ley church the services were well at-! tended aiul devoted to tin; special oh-1 I ject of the day of prayer. I [ At St. Cyprian's the rector spoke on 1 ; the message of the King in the niorn-i ing and on the subject of "1'eace" in ! the evening. , ] I At St.. Patrick's besides the usual j services, there was Hie reading otnhe. . king':; proclamation with remarks by i Kev. Father Cozanet. j At St.. Augustin's and St. Mary's . there were good congregations pres-! ent, the spirit of the day being entered ;into in marked manner, with special reference-; in tiie addresses given _to ! the objects of the day. Special services, were held at the ' ivai.icn Army Citadel, with special re:ir.r.-; by Adjutant Hamilton to :;tibject of the day. IS ELIMINATED His Honor JudKe Jackson, resigned from the city police commission at Monday morning's meeting "of the city council. The resignation was accepted and the police commission is no more, although since the amalgamation of the police and fire departments under the direction of Chief Ha^ly the commission has been a ram-miss.on in name only. In his letter of resignation Judge Jackson' slated that his action would leave Mayor Hardie's hands free to effect any reorganization of the police department lie might desire. White Girls in Restaurants The local Council of Women had a letter before the council urging that the city police exercise jmore po#< r over the employment of wiiite girl help in restaurants owned by Chinese and Greeks, and also over public dances. The council in a resolution stated that these matters are hard to control but asked the Council of Women to send a delegation to meet tile commissioners next Fr.day afternoon at three o'clock. David Donald's resignation from the city staff wr.s received and accepted. Mr. Donald goes to the accounting department of the I. H. C. The sum of ?3('o was voted to vlir* Travellers Aid for this year and a !.'�-olu'.ipn passctl approving' the wo.-k the Aid is doing. Henderson Redd and I'alterson were appo nted auditors for 1D1S at a fee of $2,000. 1.). II. Klton was the speaker at the Forum yesterday ind gave a verjGJn-splring address On "Resolve." This was a subject, he said, over which there could be no discussion, lie dealt with the war and the. high resolve of the allies to win on the highest of principles. He also spoke of the common yi'.Atly which must actuate the people of-the allied nations to aid the men in (he field lo tile utmost, and (lur.ted Von Ludendorff's own remark that wars were not won on the battlefields now but in the homes. Defeat the nation and the army was defeated. He spoke of the. great moral effect tlie cniry of the V. S. had had and wculd have. He quoted Charles Wagner's Prisoner's Song, and also recited "Chris; in Flanders'' eery effectively. There was a good crowd present, and Mr. Kit en's address was very much appreciated. Commendable Combination ! In Toronto lhen's a combination of mi'.i ilia! for more than half a century h;.'.�(; been appealing to. and sallsfyir.ir ; lovers of home comforts, culture, and ! improvement. These men are the j ma!;crs pi' the Mason