Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - January 8, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta
Assiniboia Music Co., Ltd. 315 6th Str S. Phone NORDHEIMCR PIANOS EDISON PHONOGRAPHS LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD HOTEL WINDSOR EUROPEAN PLAN MEALS FROM 6.00 A.M. TO 8.00 P.M. HOME CURED AND Bacon> P and Show Very r Specia carefully selected and smoMcd by* ourselves. We strongly recommend them. Try sonic tomorrow. MEAT CO Nova Scotia Ribston Pippins, only Q barrels, No. 1s. Special per barrel .................. $5.50 hi 40 lb- lots. Special .................. $1.85 No. 2s. only 7 barrels of these. Special per barrel...........\.................f____ $5.00 on APPLES No 2s. Special, per 40 lb. lot ...........,.^$1.70 Mcintosh Reds in boxes. About 10 or 12 boxes of these. Special. p:r box ................. $1.50 FIFTH ST. S. OPPOSITE DALLAS HOTuL PHONE 4:2 These apples are not the best quality we have for if they were wc would sell them for more money, but they are extra ffiAJ value at these prices and anyone getting some that do not consider they got their money's worth we will gladly refund the money and take the apples back. x- -fc. t r t^l--- OFFICE SUPPLIES BLANK BOOKS. DIARIES, BILL 3O0KS. OFFICE FILES, TRANSFER CASES. INKS, PASTES. TYPEWRITER PAPERS. CARBONS AND RIBBONS. FULL LINE OF OSBORNE LEGAL PAPERS. 1 HE KENNY & ALLIN CO., Ltd. The Store NEXT DALLAS HOTEL PHONE 148 HIGH CLASS GROCERS THE GOOD CO. PHONE 525 Protect the S kin I tior.etl ot h-v.ven and admired of earth, j ill on the other hand it was allowed) , ^ jto be the fathor and friend of selfish-1' : ^ mmpeg. Jan. The markets ; nes�. unholv ambition raid conceit it j which opened unchanged from. Mon-I Mood at once undeniable, an a .mamy'day, became again stronger for the ' tho most devilish sort, the final re-! first two hou^s, but on receipt of peace i rumors there was an easing off in price?. Oat futures closed 1 1�2e lower for ii a llev ?Ult of which was the hardening; of the human hean against the best reason � of men and the truth and love of Hod Hor.v.raiu was at his besr las, ' v.-aieh was characterise! as the un-|May and 2c down for July, i Barley closed I 1-Sc hielter fc. . .. .... , , w ' ivr.innnhi* J tsauey cioseci l i-ae higher for May. yitgni .n ni^ . �w nce. Stypflc Pencil Any man who shaves himself should Be equipped with one of these healing, antiseptic pencils. Its prompt use will heal minor cuts very promptly and will also guard against danger of jinfee-tion. enmneratms several excellent \ man the speaker showed how this sin 1 r i uualiries ro nun mi (he rntue the i was not a link of a non-rational law speaker rho?d that one roramonlv eon- f hut began as a human voluntary pro- , ,-eded as belnc ihe peculiar character-; ivess which by stubbornness and bias- Ml pet stic of this animal-namelv stubborn-! eel persistency resulted in a divine, ness-~u> illustrate-.-ertain possible at-> judicious process apparently unre-; titudes of men. and which he contend-j pentahle by man and unforgivable by cd was inherently, an indifferent quality; the good or ill of wh'ich was determined by n linkinp with certain other characteristics of being, the one hand it uas roupled God. The only resource of God as a preventative of this sin was defined as If on ! truth and love and which was oxli lust-withifd in His revealed word and iin His righteousness and reason "it slipped ; y-oy* 83 >' i;i in lhe �ift of Jesus easilv into a divine dt termination, 'he j Christ. Snbjeci tonight, �Substitutes equivalent of religious conviction sane- , !�? Real Religion," or How Xi>t to be _____________________________j a vert. Oats-Old contract: 1 v New contract May........ July .... Barley- Mav ..'. ... Flax-January ... Mfl^ tit # # t 4 4 � * 4 * 4 * Open. Close, j * � i $?> 1 m � -320 Pri rice 10c No. a CAV very other oraris as well. levator cleaned and sacked ff required. RED CROSS SPIEL 76U Xo. i' Feed.. 71>S aiivered promptiy. ats for Seed. A T S Iberta's est. ry Our The Red .pross bonsplel which was called off a few days ago to please the weatherman aud give the golfers a chance will he resumed tonight. Following are the draw^for today; 4 p.m.-City Schools vs. Conybeare. Church and Co. fj p.m.-Elite Cigar Store vs. Superior Supply. 7.HO p.m.-Veterans vs. Old Timers. M."0 p.m.-Foot Toggery vs. Mer- cluuits Bank. A couple of sheets of ice will be j open for scratch games. .130 Xo. 4 134 116 T 1 ervice James Richardson & Sons, Ltd. 201 SHERLOCK BLDG. Mooes Meeting. Regular meeting of the Loyal Order uf Moose Xo. 7.(*2 tonight at S o'clock sharp. Visiting brothers welcome. Keeping The Quality Up. LAXATIVE BROMO QC1XIXE. the. AVorld-Famous Cure for Colds and Grip, is now 30c per box. On account ot the advance in the price of the six-different Medicinal. Concentrated Extracts and Chemicals contained Cash Prices Oats-No. 2 CAV.. . S5% Kxtra No. 1 Feed Xo. 1 Feed ife rl ey- No. .... Rejected . Flax- . No. 2 C.W...317!2 Xo. ?> C\W...29S j New York Stockt New York, Jan. S.-Closing sales: C. P. R. 13$; X*. S. Steel iM 5-S; U. S. Steel preferred 10$ o-4. Winnipeg Live Stock. J Winnipeg. Jan. 8.-L'nfon**- Stock ! Yards receipts cattle, 2,035 hogs. , Cattle market steady at firm prices. ' Hogs steady. Butcher steers $7.00 to ?10.50; cows. 4.25 to $9.00; heifers' S6.no to ; bulls, 55.00 to SS.00; \ oxen, $4.50 to S.0u; stockers and feed-' ers. Iti.OO to 9.00; calves, ?5.50 to $9.00. Cheep. $12.00 to 13.50; lambs.' $K!.50 tn $15.50. i Hogs, $17.75; heavv. $13.50 to' $14.50; sows. $12.00 to 91U.00; light.' S14.0P [0 flb.Zp. ' The shaver should also use our After-Shaving Lotion It is healing, cooling and sooth-ing. Both of these articles should have a place in the soldier's shAving kit.7 " The Red Cross Drug and Book Co. Phone 555 AMERICAN DECORATED C W. MANSON PHONE 613 Paris, Jan., S.-H. C, Hoskier. ot ' South Orange, X. J., a member of Ihe American Ambulance at French head-' in j quarters, has been decorated with, the! 'Legion of Honor in recognition uf his1 work with -tfce ambulance since 191."",. j Mr. Hoskier's soij, Corp, Ronald Hos-1 Ikier. was killed April 23 in tho fall.ol j ! his airplane at St. Qneutln after it! j had been shot down by a German air-i man. Corp. Hoskier was a member of 1 the Lafayette Escadrille. Twentieth Century Book Store LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA, CANADA WE WILL BE GLAD' TO ORDER AND DELIVER IF NOT IN STOCK, ANY BOOK PUBLISHED. OFFICE SUPPLIES, QUALITY STATIONERY Latest Styles. Correct Forms. r.t. r h f. i WE BUILD VENTILATORS in every accepted style, chlm* ney tops and in fact anything In tin and sheet metal work. Have every facility for turning out work, which of course means a saving for everybody As for our skill .and efficiency many of the buildings in town are standing advertisements in our favor. Edison Phonographs THE NEW EDISON AND / THE AMBEROLA We have a full range of these instruments. Prfces from 548.00 to $615.00. Cash or terms. Thousands of records lo select froni. Assiniboia Music Co., 'Everything Musical" Phono 1545 315 6th St S. Remember the Addres� The Joy of Perfect Health and the greater power and zest it gives to both work and recreation greatly depends upon the health of your kidneys; -uid that, we firmly believe, is best insured by the use of REX ALL Kidney Treatment Our faith in it is justified by the pleasant results we know it has given scores of sufferers. 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, 50c and $1.00 In pill form, 50c Sold Only by J. D. fiigifiboihara & Co Limited The -r "Alberta's Pioneer Druggists* Wholesale and Retail Chemists. TELEPHONE No. 322 The Dixon Sheet Metal Co. REAR STAFFORD BLOCK LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA Superior Supply 2nd Ave. S. and 18th Street. MINING. BUILDING & RAILWAY SUPPLIES & EQUIPMENT TUDHOPE ANDERSON AND EMERSON FARM IMPLEMENTS GANG PLOWS SULKIES ' FORTJ TRACTOR ATTaCM BUGGIES ME NTS. DEMOCRATS AUTO TRAILERS CULTIVATORS BINDER ENGI.'.'El PHONE 172y-TAKE A BLUE LINE CAR Highland Linen Note Papers The Eaton. Crane and Pik*--Co., have advised us to sell their regular 65c box of paper and envelopes for 50c a Box UNTIL JANUARY 12TH. Postage 10c Extra Fond Engines REBORED AND REAMED AND FITTED WITH OVERSIZE PISTONS. WE GUARANTEE SATISFACTION. 216 First Ave. fc. Phone 1732 NIVEN BROS. 816 First Ave. S. Phone 173* FEW* CARS THRESHED TIMOTHY FOR SALE. GOOD FEEO Apply for delivered Prices to F. 0. Hyde & Co. Phone 1244 Lethbrldoe ROBERTSO N'S BOOK STORE i Little OUve Nelson, Local Girl,! Victim of Another Oil Can Tragedy Third Tuesday in May, Tuesday in November. aud Third [ Kindling a fire with coal oil poured i from a closed can has another death j Qoard of "*>adc Meeting I charged up against it, Olive Marie | Kvery member of tho board of trade 'Nelson, a l.'i-year-old girl living at ! is urged to be present ionw;ht at the 21S -nd Ave. S., being the .latest vie- i general meefinx m\ the hoard in the tint. The little ntrI met with her ao|i'ooms( Gait Garden^. Plana for carry-i .'ckient Mtinriav afternoon at -i:;iu, and > ins on tho work of tho board for the Iin spito of all that could he done for i * l9d�y to uear tho hl Two tons lump ?ll.nu ' $ii.r,o the hospital. - Her K.ity lmij0e'court against Mali Shoo 0nr, t,m. t.ni, r-rt (; ,l0 ; burns were very severe..however, tho | oml Long Jim against whom Chung ^ Mo r ' :greater part of her clothing having , Lin laid a charge of assault and rob- o. nut'' " ' ' 7^> been burnt off her. , ber of ?:>50 recenlh, Thn PttKU tlrst 1 tt� T* � � Tho girl's father, M. H. Xelsou, is ; came up in Docenibcr l>ui bus been : at present working on a farm. Coroner Humphries has been notified of (lie ; fatality but hasn't decided whether an ! inquest will bo necessary. The remains of the child arc at .McKay and McKay's : parlors. remanded from time to time but an One ton lump . . . r�.7f> One ton nut ..... Two tors nut ... Tho rl ray mi: ii explain that at (he time the last increase of r^nts a i ton at the highliue wa.s made they in- a 1 day fle�� on m on ttr ay which may ; rf llv, " pr>,n of delivered eor.l ^ �Z 'y about le cent- a ton. and th:U las developed into a tend nctwoen | ' nMf hfll,r, :l,|v;,m,im,. Gets Military Medal thr cos in lieniung w'tli the advance n the price of coal a1, the h'ghllne and in tho v.-a.res of thedr drivers. Tho new advance >: the third to bo announced by the -operator?? since \Vv. presca: sys era of dtitermiliing miro wages was nstiiutcd. BORN DOnnS-V-To Mr. and Mrs. DofUls, rn Monday. January son. 0:*vrl 'til, a 23-1 ported a stock inspector and Win Variables, of Barons, a bailiff. Union Prayer Meeting. i The first union prayer service of tho week of prayer wiH.be held tonight at | United f Church, North LatHbridge, 1 with Uev. Burns as speaker. ! On Firing Line j We are glad (o announce thru Rev.! ! C. M. Neve is again on the firing line . ' Pull gospel service tonight, Tuesday, ; j at S p.m., in the Sons of England Hull. ' Everynody welcome. 'I EVERYTHING bOtt THE OFFICE JUST ARRIVED Diary Books and Stands for 1913 Loose Leaf. Ledgers Loose Leaf Memo and Price Books Synoptics 10 to 24'Columns. t Ledgers and Cash Books, all Prices. SPECIALS Adding Machines and Supply Check Writers Stapling Machines + Typewriters ' Office Furniture s For Red Cross The lion. Treas. Red Cross Society acknowledges with thanks a donation of $14.25 from the Chinese National League per Mr. Frank Yee and $20.00 part proceeds of , a concert at High School, Lethbridge. Fined $100 and Costs. 1 j "Walter Henyou with anvautomobile ' | loaded down with 150 bottles of whis-l ky against the evil day on April l^t, ; ' ran into the aims of Detectives Hes-keth and Wigg'in a back lane off 7th . Ave. ii. The booze was confiscated and Uonyon was fined 100 and costs by Magistrate �K)ton in A. P. P. court this morning. SINNOTT EVERALL & FRANKS LOCK, COR. FOURTH AVE. & FIFTH 6T. S. PHONE 1107 Supreme Court Sittings Supreme Court sittings for 1918 have been fixed as follows for Mac-I Ieotl and Lethbridge. For trial ot criminal cases: Macleod, First Tuesday in March, ami Third Tuesday in October. Le.thbr.dge, Fourth Tuesday 1 in February, and Third Tuesday in | September. For trial of civil case;;: j Macleod, Second Tuesday in .May, and ! First Tuesday in December. Leth-j bridge, Second Tuesday in February, O'Cedar Mops You'll like the neat, trim hair cut you'll get here, WESTBROOK BROS. Opposite Bank of Montreal O'Gedar Polish Larue Bottles ............. 50c Small Bottles............. 25c Imperial Quart Tins......$1.25 Imperial Half Gallon Tina $2.00 Imperial Gallon Tins.....$3.00 Also LIQUID VENEER, 25c and 60c bottles. 8un and Polly Prim FURNJTURE POLISH. All PHONE 1265 fV 118 5TH ST. S. BOOK COLLECTOR DEAD. Minneapolis, Minn., Jan. 8.-James Carleton Voung. owner of what, is sa.d to be one of \h>- most individual book coiieclion.'o in rhe world died sudden ".' at.his home Jiere last night. In liiKi, he received (he'^h*osH of the Legion" of Honor from rh�.French governinent. in recognition (if hfs^work. Mr. Youtig �>wned more Mian'75,i*00 acres of J/hnd In Minnesota, (owa- and Nortli and J South Dakota. He was 61 ywa old. | FOR SALE We are In a position to mak$ prompt Hhipment of several 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 40?. Fifth St., Lethbridge 301 Grain Exchange, Calgary, Alberta kinds of. BRASS POLISH, SILVER POLISH KNIFE POLISH, 3TOVE POLISH, STOVE PIPE VARNISH, ANTI SOOT, V/ITCH 300T DESTROYER, POWDERED WAX, FLOOR WAX, and all the smalt articles.usually kept in a firet clasft hardware store. Polish fICO.CAN. W.OFF ICC CONSUMERS' HARDWARE CO.