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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 7, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta Assiniboia Music Co., Ltd. 318 6th Str 8. , ' ^' Phone 1S48 NORDHEIMER PIANOS EDISON PHONOGRAPHS _____J_ LETHBftiDGE DAILY HERALD V HOTEL WINDSOR EUROPEAN PLAN : 7�IEAL8 PROM e,00 A.M. TO S,00 P.M. __V *;_ HOME CURED AND SMOKED Bacon^ Hams and Shoulders x, All carefully selected and smoked by ourselves. We strongly recommend them. Try some tomorrow. DELANYS MEAT CO. ^HONE 432 FIFTH ST. S. OPPOSITE DALLAS HOTEL Very Special oil ^PPLES OFi'-ICE 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 ^i^nS^ Store, NEXT DALLAS HOTEL PHONE 14�7 Nov.! Scotia Ribstori Pkjilns. only.C b.nrrols. No. Is, per barrel ..........$P.50 In 40 lb. lota, Soccinl ................ 01.S5' No. 2s, only 7 burrels of these, Specii^l per ' barrel................................ $5,00 No. as, Oiifo-al, pir 40 lb. lot $1.70 MclrttaSh-Rcda in boxes. About 10.or 12 box�� of tlioBc. Spesl.-.l, por'box................. $1.00 Xhckc apple,?.are /not the best quality wo hnve for If they were \vc would sell tliem for more pwney, but they are'oxtra Qood value at these prlbes and .inyono flettlhO como th.%t do not consider they got their money's v^rth we will glarfly refsind the money and taRe thcrnpplca back. HIGH CLASS caoCERS PHONE BARONS MAN IS 1 U In Dlplrict Court on Monday morning before His Honor Judge Jackson, Frank Francks of Barons, who got into trouble by- pulling a gun on Mike Beers in a pool room scrap in that town some weebi ago, was found guilty and sentenced to six)montbs in the provincial jail here. It will be remem-�bered iliat Beers and Francks had � fight in the pool room after which Fi-ancks wont out'returning an hour later with a gun, firing three shots a? Beers, one of which grazed'his head. Beers was fined som6 time ago in connection with the same scrap. Hon. A. J. McLean Still Minister The administration of the gaols and prisons in Alberta has been transferred from the Provincial Secretary's department to the Public Works Department that means that Hon, A. J. McLean, the new minister of public works retains part of his old work. The- vital statistics branch is transferred from the department of agriculture to the department of the'provincial secretary. C. W. MANSON PHONE 613 The Twentieth Century Book Store LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA, CANADA WE WILL BE QUAD 'TO, ORDER AND DELIVER IF NOT IN STOCK, ANY BOOK PUBLISHED. OFFICE SUPPLIES. QUALITY STATIONERY Latest Styles. Correct Forms. Feed Oats Elveiy other grade as well. Elevator cleaned.and sacked if required, E^elivered promptly. o 'ats for Se^. Albejta's Best. Try Our s Sheet Metal Co. .ETlrtBRIDOE, ALBERTA REAR .?TA!--FORD BLOCK Edison Phonographs THE' NEW EOlSON ANti THE AMBEROLA We have a full range of. those instHiments. Prices from $48.00 to $615.00. Cash or terms. Thousands of records to select from. AssiRM Music Co.. IM^ "Everything Muslcar' P'hone 1545 316 6th ^t. S. Remember th*,Adc)rea�  Superior Supply Co. ZnU Ave. 6. and 'l8th Street-MINING. 'BUIUDlNtf 4 RAILWAY SUPPLIES 4 EQUIPMENT 'TUQHOPe' ANDERSON AND EMERSON farm IMPLEftfENT9 . ?'''Q'AN0'plows atJLKIBS PORO tractor ATTACH i , ; BLIQGIE8 ~ MENTS, dv;K-^"^:;;0EM0CRAT8,.-, � AUTO TRAILIiRS � CULTIVATORS BINOr.R ENGItlEl . :  PH mghland Linen Note Papers The Eaton, Crane and Pike Co., have advised us to sell their, regular G5c bok of ' papot' and envelopes for 50c a Box UNTIL JANUARY 12TH. Postage 10c Extra -.. ROBERTSON'S BOOK STORE PHONE 1266 na'CTH 8T. Si Protect the Skin \vith a X Styptic Pencil Any man who shaves hlmaelt sliould be equipped with one of these healing, antiseptic pencils. Its prompt use will heal'minor_ cuts yer,y promptly and wUl\also guard against danger of Infection. . . ' ' Price' 10c The shaver, should also use our After-Shaving ^ " . Lotion It is healing, cooling and soothing. 90th of-tliese articles should have a place in the soldier's shaving kit. The Red Gross Drug and Book Co. Phone 555 Is III at Front, W. B. JIcDoniild 'of Muclebd, Infantry? is In today's casualties as being III, , III With Pneumonia.  Gunner Walter Vere of'Stafford'vil-lago, has been admitted to hospital at the front suffering from bronchial pneumonia. ' t Court Star, A.O.F. Court Star, A. O. F., will meot^in the Oddtollowa Hall this evening at S o'clock. All .members aro requested to attend, as special business is to bo transacted. , Ujotallation of Officers Court Unity, A. O. F,.. will hold tlielr regular meeting in St. Mary's Hall tomorrow (Tuesday) evening, when the installation o� officers for the ensuing term v;ili tal;e place.  In Memorlam In loving' memory o� Driver Evelyn IMco .Meredith, 20th battery, q. E. F., who died iu Moore Barracks Hospital, jShornchffe, England, Jon. Gth, 1910. ' "Gone, but not forgotten.',' Oddf.illov� Attention! The officers elect of the three city lodges will be installed at the regular meeting of Viaduct . lodge No. 53, Tuesdaj', January Sth at S. o'clock. Ail v.siting Oddfellows are requested to attend. U � - A Correction The Joy of Perfect Health and the gi'eater poWr and zest it gives to both.i^brk and recreation greatly depends upon the health ot your kidneys; and that, \v(J firmly believe, is best insured by the use of Kidney treatment Our faith In it; justiflod by the ple.isaut results we know it has given scores of aufferers. We want you to try it at our risk-upon our promise to refund the money, you paid for it it it does not satisfy you, relieve you, and add to your joy of'living. in liquid form, SOc and $1.00 I In pill form, 50c Sold Only by j. D. jilgifibslham & Co The Druggists" "Alberta's Pioneer Wholesale and Retail Chemists. TELEPHONE; No. 322 ' - His Honor Judge-Jackson, resigned from tho city police commission at Monday mornlns's . meeting 'of tho city council. The resignation was accepted and tho' police commission is no raoro, -although since the amalgamation ot the police and fire depart-monm under tlio direction ot Chief HaK^ly thfe'commission has been a com-miss.on in name only, in his letter . of resigrtatlon Judge Jackson! stated that his action would leave Mayor Hardie's hands tree to effect any re D. 11. Elton was tlie^SBeukerat-tho Forum yesterday ^nd 'gkVpt.ji verjBln-Miilrhiir'i On "Resolve." .This which ^ 1I6 dealt spiring address on "Resolve." was a sul)jocl, he saljl,- 6v^erl there could be no discussion, with tho war and the high resolve of* the allies io win on. the highest of principles, ile also spoke of the common resolve which must actiuite this pooplo.o^t^hc allied nations to aid the men in'the field to the utmost, and flucted Von Ludendorff'S own remark that wars wore not won on the battlo- riui'uie s nanus iree lu eueci any re- .........,- ----,v .  . organization ot the police department! fields now but In the homes potont ho might dasiro. - , >. Whlta Girls in Restau/ants The local Council of Women had a letter before jthe council' urging that tlie city police oxerclse ynore pn#cr over tho emploi,ment of v/Tilte girl help In the repor^ of tho Citizen's Lumber Co. banquet in Saturday's issue, it'was stated that Mr. Starr of Bow Island, made the presentation to Mr. Hage. This was Mr. Ste^vart i, VestaVrSnTs Wu�ti"by C was a good crowd present, and isiami.,.g_ oygj. pj,j,,(g rtj^iicp^ I .\ir. Ellen's address was very much iho natloi* and,the army was defeated. He spoke Q.f the gwat moral ettoct tho entry o� tho U. \s. hud had and would liavo. Ho quoted Charles Wag: ner's Prisoner's Song, and,also recited "Christ In Flanders" 'very ettectively. in charge o� the yard at Bow stated tiiat theSQ matters are hard to control but asked the Council ot Women (o send a delegation to meet the com-mlssioner.q. ne.-tt Fr.'day otlernoon at tliroe o'eloi'l-:. Mr. Stewart made the presentation on ;?hrTn,n';.'n Tr,�"^"lZ-.fZr'^ behalt 6t the .-superintendent and ^he council in a resolution agents of tho company. Mr. Hage, who is general manager at Lelhbridge, made a very suitable reply. Mr. Stewart, in making th'e presentation. spokA of the spr?ndid co-operation between Mr. Hageaud the yard mana- was.receivcd and accepted. __J_ Mr. Donald goes to the accounting de- ':-�--' I partmoiit of tlio I. H. C. The sum of $300 was voted to �io Travoiiorp Aid for tills .vonr and a r Pflces. > , SPECIALS I Adding, Machines and Supplies Check Writers ; , Stapling Machines Typewriters _ \ Office Furniture ; EVERALL & FRANKS : SINNOTtiBLOOK, COR. FOURTH AVE. <& FIFTH 8T. 8. PHONE 1107 VouU like the neai, irih hair cut you'Urget Kere. WESTBROpK BROS Opposite Bank of Montreal . S. O. E. Meeting Sons ot England (Uq|!l RoHo Do gree) will meet this evening in Si O; B,, Hall at 8 p.m. InltltttUni of ottk, cers and all ni-cmbers'please attend. ........,,,.I...... .. . To Prevent'The Grip Colds cause Grlp~LAXATIVI5 BBb-MO QUININE Talifetij romovo the Oftutle, There is only one "Bromo Quinine." E. AV. CROViJ'S 8lgtiaium: