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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 9, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta ' Aisiniboia Music Co., Ltd. 3t8 6th Str 8. . Phone 1C40/ NpRDHEIMER pianos' , ; i EDiaON PHONOGRAPHS -1 t The Home of Quality Meats ^  s DELANYS MEAt Cb. FIFTH.ST. s: ...� OPPOSITE DALLAS HOTEL PHONE 452 HOTELS IN bS OR UR0P8AN FLAN . MBALSFROM e.da;A.M. TO 8.00 P.M. OFi='ICE SUPPLIES BLANK BOOKS, DIARIES, BILL BOOKS, OFFICE FILES. TRANSFER CASES, INKS, PASTES. TYPEWRITER PAPERS, CARBONS AND RIBBONS. FULL LINE OF OSBORNE LEOAL PAPERS. THE KENNY & ALLIN CO., Ltd. The SsSi^ Store . NEXT DALLAS HOTEL PHONE^487 > : : ? ? : � ? : :- ? : ��>> � the FORUM What promises to be a very ? O interestine lecture will be g!v- : \V. A. R. Cocn will speak on > the subject of HereUitary Tit- ? ? les. The speaker's views are > ? well known on this matter, and ? sion throughout Canada. The > � after the lecture. There will ? also be a program of music fur: > nlsheU by .Mr. Leo .M. Coombs, > - of JIusic. : > Mr. Cooinbs will sing "Kerv- ? �> ana,' and will bo accomuanied > ? on the piano by Miss Vivian > > ^terson. .\ cordial invitation > ? Is extended to all. ' � �, � GO OUT ON STRIKE Jloose Jaw-., Jan. 9.-The plumbers and steanifitters of Moose Jaw'walked out today. Negotiations for higher scale and better working cwnQltlons which liave been In progress for two weeks came to a head today and although Mayor Davidson'attempted'to intervene the men refused to treat further. The men are,asking "5 cents an hour wltli-a 9 Hour day In s^ummcr and S hour day In the .Winter. The scale which has prevailed has been 65 cents per hour with ati"S hour winter day and a 10 hour summer day. MORE HONEY It is one of the mosi whdlespme and af}petizing foods, besides sit is ai^ excellent ^ thing for colds, Ghiidrdn iKrive on itf grown ups too; The price also has not advanced as niuch as niahy other lines. Those are all good Values.  ^ \ / Money In the Coll Jart, each................C .'........."SOc Pln(, scalers, each.......I----; .\v *-. 60e .f 5 lb. pal:.-!, each ....--------......i....----.. S1.45, \\ SPECIAL ON AP(�LES, WHILE THEY LAST ......r... ,.. . IS ^' --- PURE EXTRACTED HONEY, AIRLINE BRANDi Small jars, each.................... 2Sc Medium Jari.cEich..................'480 J"!/, Ih- tlnn. �nr>h ' ' ^ hOc SKj lb. tins, each 5 lb. tins, each >.; Honey Spread, per $1.45 ickago......-----. Nova Scotia RIbstons, per barrel $5.00 and 95.60 Per 40 lb. lot,>|!...............".$1>0| and $1.85. HIGH-CLASS' GROCERS IVIctntosh Reds7 per cane -V' $i:so PHONE 525 Feed Oats . very ^other'grade as well. JTIievator cleaned and sackei .X^'i^if required. ]^elivered promptly. ats for Seed. ^Iberta's Best. t''y O"'' 5�'"Vlce. James Richardson & Sons, Ltd. 201 SHERLOCK BLDG. New Field of Adventure ' Nc-v that'the- war prevent* the American from traveling in Europe, he must find new fields of adventure 1 and romance, iso he goes to Honolulu, the land of flowers and song. "Honolulu America Loves You," end other Hawaiian n-ambers arranged on player roll music, solc\, by Mason & Risch -Limited, Balmoral Block, 5th St. S., lielhbridge^ are Indicative of the spirit Americans feel towards H Advertisement.. Honolulu.- FOR SALE We are Inva posUioa to maka prompt' shipment of several cars of TIMOTHY and UPLANB, PRAIRIE HAY. Any-orders placed with as vrili receive oor immedlat* attention. - , \ Write-Wire ei*Phonei18$S Lethbrldat> or 1^1922 Calgary STRONG&DOWLER 403 Fifth Stf, Lcthbrld�e 301 Grain CxehangerCalgary, , Alberta � 9 i C.,W; MANSON "PHONE 6l3 TWENTiBTH Century Book^re '^y LETHBRIOGE. ALBERTA, CANADA , A.y- - ���r-' .. ���� ^ � ' , WE WILL BE CLAD TO ORDER AND DELIVER IF NOT IN STOCK, ANY BOOK PUBLiSHCO. OFFICfe 80l>PLIE8, QUALITY. �TATIONERY Latest Stylet. Correct Fernis. ,JIEAR 8TAFIFORD BLOCK' WE BUILD -VENtlLAtORS  ; in every accepted style,.chii^i-. ney tops and In fact anything in tin and sheet metal work. Have �yery facility for turning put �work; whl- h of course meanb a saving for e^�ery-body Ab for otir skill 'iirid qtflctency..mjiny;ipf the,build-, Ihgs In i Wwn^ are. standing, . aUvertiseiijents, In 'our .fayor. Mejtal Co. kETHBRIOOe. ALBER-^A rior -vvr^ .-Znil'Ave.-,-8. and.'13th 8treet,'\'' v � � MINING. BUILDING A RAILW.W aUPPLIE* A EQUIPMENT fuDHOPE'ANDERSON AND EMERSON FARM IMPUEMENTI OANO PfcbWS SWi-KtES FORD; TRAtTOR ATTACH ;.^..'�"';:i.S>eM6CRAT�-''' . ��i^--;v:;ii*UTO.TRAIL2RS ; T Winnipeg, Jnn.^ 9.-Tho demand for cash oats cdntlnued good tifday. Spreads were higher on .number 2 C. AA*. Offerings were light. Cash barley m'us ln> good -demand with offerings light. Prices were higher In sympathy wilh the future market. Cash -flax demand was poor with only light offerings. Values were a little higher. - .: Oat futures closed l%c higher tor JUy pid tV^c higher for 3ul>-. Bafley closed IHc higher.for May. Fla-t cloged SVic higher foy January and IV20 higher for^lay. Winnipeg Market, Oats-Old Contract: Open ClAse May ... ..../... ... - ' So": \New Contract: ilixy............ 85Vi July........."... - 83% Barley-^ May...... 147 147 vs Pla.-c- Jan. ..... - :!21ii May ............. 327 'iZV^ Cash Prices Oats- , iX'o. 2 C. W. ST^l. No. 3 C. W. 81 Extra No. 1 Feed ........... 81 No. 1 Feed.. 77i,i .No. :! Fee'd.. 74% , Barley - No. 3 ......141 No. 4......136 Feed and-rejected ...i..........118 Flax- Nor 1 N. W. C.................323 No. 2 C W. 319 No. 3 0. .W. 301 Vj New York Stocks y New York, Jtin. S.-Closing sales: C. P. R. 139U; U. S. Steel 94%; V. S. Steel preferred 109>4. � President Wood at X}ttawa H. W. Wood, president of the United ,,, Farmers of Alberta, has, gone; t�K^.O Ui811^.101 For Halifax Relief Tho Standard Hank acknowledges receipt-of ?lo trtmi Jos. Morgan for tho Halifax Relief. \ Gunner Dextry III Gunner De.xtry of High River, is In the casualties today as being seriously Will Not Meet Owing Ho the week of prayer the Lethbrldge liible study class will not meet this week, , ' Factories Act inspector  An inspector under the factories act will visit Lethbrldge -on' Thursday to look into conditions and will -stop at the Lethbrldge hotel. Funeral of Olive Nelson .. Tho funeral of Olive .Mario Nelson 'will be held tomorrow,, -1. Edison w , Phonographs � THE NEW EDISON AND THE AMtaERQkA Wo have a full range or.itheae instruments. Prices frotn 148.00 to 1815.00. Obsh or terms, V " Thousands of records to soiaet from. � ' i 1 -� AssiniWa Hfoiic Gi:, Itdr  "Everything *llM�leiil"  -Phone IMS' , *15.�th St-8. ... Remember.the Addriie' - ^Emid^ti of CodLij^Oil � -/v . Hypophosphite^ Fin.eior the Kiddies Nourishing,, Fattening, - And Easy to^ Take. $1.00 J. D. Hig:rbt^ui& Co '" Limited � The 3(^(P!((il^-Jto^';': "Alberta's Pioneer Orugglat^ Wholesale and Retail Chemist* TELEPHONE No. 322 For Belgian;Relief Mr. W. A., Buchanai), M.P.P., acknowledges with thanks the contribution of �r,00 for the.Bclsicn Relief fund from Miss Susie -Fraser of Strome, Alberta., , . Will Address Boys Mt. J. 1). Hlginbotlinm will address tho Junior O.S.B,T. boys on ithe subject of hobbles, tomorrow night at tho Y.M,C.A..'Probably there i3 no person in tho city who can deal wltJi this subject In such an. able manner as Mr. Higinbothamj and his; address promises to be-most.Interesting and Instructing. Tho bOys) are all rQ(iuested, to bring thoir various Collections with them. ' per Wm. Harris �20.C0.' Tho ladles of tho Reft Cross whoiCat6red for tho Citizens Lumber conipnnyis luncheon, had a very successful tlmo, realizing 11 gross apiount of $97.00 and after de-ducting expenses ?38.87; havo handed tho balance of 58.13 to the lion, troas. Commltted-For Trial Mah' Shin and Ldng .Sam,..tlie/ prin-ciifals In the Chinese feud which was aired In' city- police court Tuesday pver6 committed to^ trial on the charge laid by Chun Lin, Mah Shin faces a, charge of assault and Long Sam- ,1 charge- of robbery of Chung Lin, securing $350. , Installation of Officers C.O.F. The regular meeting of the.Canadian Order of Foresters will be held in^he K. of P. hall .tomorrbw evening at S p,ni, Thursday, Jan, 10th, Business, installation of officers for the present! ya'ar, refreshments will bo served, A large turnout is looked" for; Visitors welcome. , . ~ . Fined'5100 Vivian. Collins, . of. demimondalne fame, appoared ii^A.jP. P. court on Blonday ,aft6rhoon 'before .Magistrate Elton charged.vi'ilh having a yuantlty of liquor-on her preinlse's greater than the law allows. .; Datectives of the 'force itiVtt rald.oh her iiouse had discovered ia cache of . booze comprising 46 bottles-.qf.b.oer and five bottles of whlslcey wfilcii had;bean hidden in, a secret hldlnepliice in .the wall. Vlvlnn was found- guiUy, and antled up JlOO and costs. - ; ? Court Star A. O. F. Officers At the meeting of Court Star A.O,F,  on Mondky evening the following officers wero''oloctod and Installed for! 1918: C, R., Bro, C. S.^'rancls; S.C.K.. ' Bro. O. C. Wheatcroft; Treas., Bro. C. | .Hooker; Flu. Sec, Bro. J. C. Hooker; ' iS.W., Bro. G. C. Collier; J.W,. Bro, It. : Petora; rec, sec,, Bro. T. Il.-Floetwood; S.B, Bro. U, Hall; J.B. Bro. A, E, Du-, pen; Organist, Bro, H. Kllner; Trus-i tees, Bros. E; Hagell and A. E. Dupen; i I Auditors, Bros, Fleetwood, .Wnold, I', i Collier; Medical Officers, Dra, DeVe-jber, Campbell, Roy and CragR. Attcv � tho election, refreshments were sorvod and n very enjoyable oventhg wtis spent. . For Red Cross The hop. trSa8,,of the-Red Crusa sa-cioty begs, td ncknowloilge With tlianks donation 'of JipO.OO ^(rom the Foromost Red tjrbsp, per Mrs.'L. M. Gillies: Mrs. W. L. McKBnzle,,�25,00; proceeds annual school dancie. West Butte school Fake Solicitor? For Red Cross Acouple of glfls from a nearby town wore dlaoovered by the police mtkWng a house-to-house canvass tor Bod Cross funds In the city the latter part nt the week,.. The criminal code has re. cently been amended making it n criminal offense to collect for any war charity without permission ffom the proper authorities. The young ladles were taken In charge and on their appearance before Magistrate Elton- thoy v.-ere found giillty and given one year's suspended sentence with a bond of $100. Chief Hardy asks'tlfal speoi.Tl attention be taken of tills action in order that similar cases'nmy not occur,In future through tho ignorailce of the law of the canvassers for such causes. Gi4ind Opera Seats Nov� Sellins I Owing to the unprecedented demand tor reservations, the management of the Majestic theatre were compelled to H0NE'12M A Its BTH ST. S. CARD of, THANKS ' T. A. Marlow wishes to.thank, the raapy friends for the! sympathy shown in his- recent berejivement. At the same tlme^ would also like to ekpress my. thanks and gratlliide to the following for flowers aeiit: Mr. and;Mrs, I. H. Armstrong, Mr. and Mrs. $id .Wallis, Mr.'and MfS. W. L. Scott; Mr, and Mrs. J. .Flynn, Mr. and Mrs,' Tom .Newton, Mr, and .Mr3..jJames'Odrdoh, vMrs, KnoX, Mr, 'awiilAvs. S. R., Smith, t'John ,Ea8ton,,Leth!)ridgo Lodge No,' 3' ll.O.O.F., P. Burns & Co., Mr. ni((i Mrs. 'Andrew Carter, Mr. apd Mrs. Ed. Theobald, Mr, and MrB.""N. J. Washbrobk, Mr. and Mrs, J. C. Hooker, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Bitzer, Mr. Jim Rlgby, Mr, and -Mrs, W.'Barclay,* Mr, and VMrS. Colin Ford, .Air, and' Mrs. R. McPher-son, Mr. and .Mrs. J; Bowker/ and .Aunts Millie and Annie. ' . . 24-1 .bnly One "b'roMO. QUININE"' To get the gbnulne, call for full name LAXATIVE BROMO QUININH. lidok for signature of K W. GROVE, Cures a;Cold in Ono Day;'~30c, i few ^R8 THRESHED TIMOTHY .FOR SALE. C(.OdD FEED ' \Apply for'dallvered'Prices to F. 0. Hyde & Co: Phone 1244 Lethbrldge ) You'U like tKei!|eB(� trim I hair cut y|^Y�e� Here. WESTBROOKm^ioisl;: Ofpoilte-q�^l(,.of 'Montfe*^',' Former Leader Now Lawyer/ Albert John Robertson, B.A., (Mc-GI!1), at one time leader of the onpo-sUlon ih the legislature of Alberta, hnd later a law student in tho offices of Clarke, Carson & Macleod, Calgary," 'was admitted to the bar |jy Mr. Justice Stuarf yesterday. Mr. Robertson Is beginning the practice of his profession at Three Hills; . ' ARRIVED^ Diary Sooka aiid Stands forl9l8 Loose Leaf Ledsara Looae j;Mr7Rlemo'and Price /Syneptlca ,10 to 24 Columns. Ledgera ^and Caih Books, al) Prleei.  , . . Adding Machine* and Suppllna. Check Writera Stapling Maehltiea Typewriters Office Rurnliura ' EVER ALL & FRANKS 8tNNOTT:BLOCK, COR. FOURTH AVE.,A PIFTH/'ST.'8..PNONE 1107 . 1- � 1  � .�^' we cmaranteb: : ^ ' SATISFACTION, .216 First Ave. 8.- Phone 1712 NIVEN BROS. t1� First Awe. . >hone'17M^ FARMJLANDS ' or .the Rndson'a har C' r CITY AND FARM MORTQAaes ; 1 he H* Maiebeth Q'Ge^ar ll^ dtedsir Polish ISS^iSKS^ imperial 'Ha)r Oalloh Tins S2.00 Inipe^lalfalien Tina 93.00 AiWlIWJIO VENjLeR, 25c and 60e bottlers. Sun and Polly Prim FORNlTlljIRE PpiilS.H.  .All ; hinda:,ofT^v' Vhr'': BRASS POLISH, SlLVeR POLISH . , 'KN"'� '''O^'SH, ,T, \ STOVE POLISHvvu. '. .V' ; 8TOV�"'PIPE'VARNISH,! ANTI SOOT, � W)TDH SOOT DESTROYER, POWDERED WAX, i fLOORiW.AX,. and nil th� 'small �rt)9lea usually kept In c >-first �lasa hardware store. ?0?jSUiWERS' HARDWARE CO. 16618755 ;