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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - January 9, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta 0 I. Assinibo'a Music Co., Ltd. 315 6th Str S. Phone 1C45 NORDHEIMER PIANOS EDISON PHONOGRAPHS LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD HOTEL WII^DSOR EUROPEAN PLAN MEALS FROM 6.00 A.M. TO 6.00 P.M The Home of Quality Meats EAT MOR HO EY Si It is one of the most wholesome and appetizing foods, besides it is art excellent thing for colds. Children thrive on it, gro,vn ups too. The price also has not advanced as much as many other lines. These are all good values. m t if ' \ DELANYS MEAT CO. i FIFTH ST. S. 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 Store * NEXT DALLAS HOTEL PHONE 1487 Honey in the Comb, Idaho White Clover, per section ........................'. .......* 35c ONTARIO PURE WHITE CLOVER HONEY Srruill jnrs, ench................1...........30c Pint, scalers, each .......j.................. 60c 5 lb. pai>>, each........................... $1.45 SPECIAL ON APPLES, WHILE THEY LAST...................... PURE EXTRACTED HONEY, AIRLINE BRAND Small jnrs, each ............................25c Medium jars, cr.ch .l......................... 45c 2' -. lb. tins, ench ..........s.................80c 5 lb. tins, each .....v.....................$1.45 Honey Spread, par package................. Suggestion Your Flour 4' Nova Scotia Ribstons, per barrel $5 00 and $5.50 Per 40 lb. lot ;..................$1.70.and $1.85 Mcintosh Reds, per case ................... $1.50 Bin is Empty HIGH-CLASS GROCERS THE GOOD o. PHONE 5 2 5 Order a Sack of "OUR BEST' 'i. \ - v v v v v v v v v v v v v THE FORUM  * v T "I "What promises to he a very interesting lecunv will lie piv-ou or the Forum on Sunday. Jan. lo. iu :\ p.m.. when M r. \Y. A. R. Cocu. win *penk on The subject of Hereditary Titles. The speaker's views are well known on this matter, and the question is one that has caused a good ileal of discussion throughout Canada. The usual discussion will take place after the lecture. There will also be a program of music furnished by Mr. Leo M. Coombs, of the Conservatory of Music. Mr. Coombs will sing "Xerv- ana." and will he accompanied on the piano by Miss Vivian Peterson. A cordial invitation is extended to all. v GO OUT ON STRIKE Winnipeg, Jan. 9.-The demand for cash oats continued good to*day. *' Moose .Taw. Jan. O.-The plumber.^Spreads were >c higher on number * I and steamfitters of Moose Jaw" walk-12 ^ though Mayor Davidson "attempted to j �}l]>' ^]it ofterrogs. Values were a * (intervene the men refused to treat . i Wtle higher, 'further. The men are asking ?:> cents) Oat futures closed l%c higher for an hour with a 9 hour dav in summer. \la>' p*lfl 1Jic higher for July, and S hour day In the -winter. The Barley closed l^c higher, for May. > | scale which has prevailed has been I Flax closed higher for January -;.; 65 cents per hour with an s hour wint-1aiul higher for Slay. *?r day and u 10 hour summer day. j Winnipeg Market Oats-Old Contract: Open Close Realty EXCEPTIONALLY Good Flour ______1 r I 7* j p. New Field of Adventure *j* O K*  % Feed Oa ts very vother grade as vyeli. levator cleaned and if required. e d Now that'the war prevent* the American from traveling in Luirope, 'he must find new fields of adventur** 31 and romance, so he goes to Honolulu, the land of flowers and song. ''Honolulu Aneriea Loves You." and other Hawaiian numbers arranged on player roll music, sold^ by Mason & Risen limited, Balmoral Block. 5th St. S.. betbbridge. are indicative of the spirit Americans feel towards Honolulu.- Advertisement. promptly. ats for Seed. a t s lberta*s Best. ry Our ervice. FOR SALE We are in a position to inakd prompt shipment of several cars of TIMOTHY and UPLAND PRAIRfE HAY. Any orders placed with us will receive our immediate at- 147 Si; .S3 147 s *1 - l 2 May .......... vNew Contract: Mav......... July......... Barley-* * + + + ^ * � fc  4 Flax-Jan....... . . May ......... Cash Prices Oats-No. 2 c. \v. s:\.j No. :'j C. W. �1 Extra No. 1 Feed .............. SI Ne. 1 Feed.. 771,- No. J Feed.. 74^ Barley - No. 's ......141 No. 4 ......13G Feed and rejected..............lis Flax- No!" I X. W. C.................S23 No. 2 C. W. 31* No. 3 C. W. 301^ New York Stocks New York, Jan. S.-Closing sales; C. P. R. i^9U: F. S. Steel 04%: t\ S. Steel preferred 109'i. Styptic 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 infection. ' , Price 10 The shaver should also use our After-Shaving Lotion It is haling, cooling and soothing: Both of these articles should have a place in the soldier's shaving kit. For Halifax Relief The Standard Bank acknowledges receipt of $10 frbm Jos. Morgan for the Halifax Relief. \ Gunner Dextry III dinner Dextry of High River, is in the casualties today as being seriously ill. ii �. i f j i' I 1! .1 i i in Will Not Meet ] Owing Ho the week of prayer the LetUbridge Bible study class will not i meet tliis week. For Hail/ax Relief The Coalhurst men who hail from the east have made arrangements for J a dance to be held in the Perc.lva 1 hall, Coalhurst, on Friday evening in aid of Factories Act inspector ! the sufferers in the Halifax disaster. An inspector under the factories act Oood music has been provided and it will visit I.ethhridge -on Thursday to ia confidently expected that there will look into conditions and will stop at - *>o a large crowd. The committee in the Lethbridgo hotel. charge wish to extend an invitation.to -- every one who U interested In this Funeral of Olive Nelson cause. The funeral of Olive Marie Nelson will be^held tomorrow, (Thursday) afternoon at 2.3(1 p.n>. at'the McKay & MoKay parlors. The Red Cross Drug Book Phone 555 ! For Red Cross + � � i The, lion, treas. # the Red Cro3s �society acknowledges with thanks (per Mr. J. Rutherford. Iron Springs), donation of S^.OO by MrvFrnest Hunt, and $7.0u Miss Mary Anderson, Bulmer . school. Will Address Boys -Mr. J. 1). HigJnboUjam will address the Junior C.S.E.T. boys on the suh- por Win. Harris $20.00. The ladies of : the. Red Cross who-.catered for the (!Ui- i zens Lumber company's luncheon, had a very wuecessful time, realizing a I gross amount, of $37.00 and after deducting expenses $38.87, have handed � the balance of to the lion, treas. Court Star A. O. F. Officers At the meeting of Court Star A.O.F. on Monday evening the following officers were''elected and installed for m$: " Ot^ tawn. where he will attend on Thurs^. day t\\e special sitting of the railway i i board to consider objections to the in-! j crease in freight rates. The board of f Grain .Supervisors has been invited to, [attend that session, and Mr. Wood, as ; j a member of the board, will be pres- \ I ent. The l.'.F.A. directorate recently , passed a resolution condemning the i action of the, board of railway commis-; sloners and the objection fcil! likely [ be considered, as will the opposition ! from ether sources, at the Thursday meeting. , - C. W, MANSON PHONE 613 The 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. ANNOUNCEMENT A dance will be held in Burgniann's j hall, 13th St. N., every Thursday even- I j ing. Two-piece orchestra*ln attend-! [ ance. "Dancing from U to 12. R. Burg-1 maun in charge. 24-1 if I, i WE BUILD VENTILATORS in every accepted style, chimney tops and in fact anything in tin and sheet metal work. Have every facility for turning out work, whi- h of course means a saving for everybody Ah for our skill imt\ efficiency many of the buildings in town, are standing-advertisements in our favor. Edison Phonographs THE NEW EDISON AND THE AMBEROLA Wo have a full range of these instruments. Prices from $48.00 to ?615.00. Cash or terms, v * Thousands of records to select from. Assiniboia ftisic Co., Ltd. "Everything Mucicai" Phone 1545- 315 6th St. 9. Remember the Addrest HIGINBOTHAM'S ~ MAlTED Emulsion of Cod Liter Oil With \ Hypophosphites For Gctgian Relief * Mr. W. A. Ruchauau, M.P.P., acknowledges with thanks the contribution of $1.00 for the Belgian Relief fund from Miss Susie Fraser of j Strome, Alberta. j them. Fine for the Kiddies r Nourishing, Fattening, And Easy to, Take. $1.00 J. D. HigrlntSa Limited The Siore "Alberta's Pioneer Druggists* Wholesale and Retail Chemists. TELEPHONE No. 322 j Committed For Trial I Mali Shin and Long Sam. the prin-| ci|�als in the Chinese feud which was aired in city- police court Tuesday fNvere committed for trial on the charge laid by Chung Lin. -Malt Shin faces a charge of assault and Long Sam- a charge of robbery of Chung Lin, secur- i ing $350. Fined $100 Vivian Collins, of deminiondaine fame, appeared lu^A. P. P. court on Monday afternoon before .Magistrate Elton charged with having a quantity of liquor on her premises greater than the law allows. Detectives of the 'force in a raid on her house had discovered a cache of Imoze comprising 10 bottles of beer and five bottles of ^ whiskey which had been hidden in a secret hiding place in the wall. Vivian was found guilty and antiod up $100 and costs. the election, refreshments were served and a very enjoyable evening way t>pent. InstDllation of Officers C.O.F. The regular meeting of the.Canadian Order of PYiresters will be held in .the K. of P. hall tomorrow evening at s p.m. Thursday, Jan. 10th. Husiness, in: stallailon of officers for Uie present year, refreshments wiii bo served. A large turnout is looked for. Visitors welcome. For Red Cross The ben. tveas, of the ltt-d Cros.* so-cioty begs to acknowledge with thankK donation-of $100.00 from the Foremost Red Gross, per Mrs. 1.. M. Gillies: Mr.s. W, L. McKonxio, ^-5.00; proceeds annual school dance, West Hulio school Fake Solicitor^ For Red Cross A couple of girls from n nearby town were discovered by the police making a house-to-house canvass for Red Cross funds in the city the latter part of , the week. The criminal cede has re- } cenily been amended making it a crhn- i: inal offense to collect for any war j i charity without permission from the : proper authorities. The young ladies ( were taken in charge and on their appearance before Magistrate Kit on they were found guilty and given one year's -suspended sentence with a bond of $100. Chief Hardy asks ttfat speci.ii attention be taken of this action in order that similar cases may not occur, iu future, through the ignorance of the law of the canvassers for sue-i ; causes. 1 Province will be there in per-and Mrs. J. Klynn, Mr. and Mrs, Tom H0U 01' will have representatives. They Newton. Mr. and Mrs. James Gordon, iIIhouss the situation with the �Mrs. Knox, Mr. and Mrs. S. R. Smith, j government. tJchn Ka.ston, Lethbridge Lodge No. 2\ U.O.O.F., p. Burns & Co., Mr. arfu* Mrs. \ Andrew Carter. Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Theo-i bald. Mr. and Mrs. N. J. Washbvook, Mr. and Mrs. .1. C. Hooker. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Bil/er. Mr. Jim Kighy, Mr.! and Mrs. \V. JlarcJay,. Mr. and Mrs. j Colin Ford, Mr. and Mrs. It. McPher-; son, Mr. and Mrs. L liowkor, Aunts .Millie and Annie, and Only One "EROMO QUININE" To get the genuine, call for full name; LAXATIVE RROMO QUININE. Look for signature of K \V. GROVE. Curea a Cold in One Dav. 30c. 1 ROBERTSO NTS BOOK STOR -PHONE 1265 118 5TH ST. 8. FEW CMRS THRESHED TIMOTHY FOR SALE. GOOD FEED .Apply for delivered Prices to F. 0. Hyde & Co. Phone 1244 Lethbridge Ford Engines REBORED AND REAMED AND FITTED WITH OVERSIZE PISTONS. WE GUARANTEE SATISFACTION. 216 First Ave. S. Phono 1732 NIVEN BROS. �16 Flr�t Ave. & Phone 1?J? O'Cedar Mops You'll like the iseai, trim hair cut yaufl get here. WESTBROOK BROS. 1 Opposite Bank of Montres' FARM LANDS J Of the HudaoD'a Bay Cojtnpsny tud Calgary and fidnaootoo Lan*) Co. CITY AND FARM MORTGAGES 1 he H. Macbeth Agency O'Cedar Polish S Large Bottlei ............. 50c Small Bottles . ........... 26c Imperial Quart fins......$1.25 Imperial Half Gallon Tins $2.00 Imperial Gallon Tins.....$3.00 Also LIQUID VENEER, 25c and 60c bottles. Sun and Polly Prim FURNITURE POLISH. . , All kinds of BRASS POLISH, SILVER POLISH KNIFE POLISH, STOVE POLISH* STOVE PIPE VARNISH, ANTI SOOT, WITCH SOOT DESTROYER, POWDERED WAX, FLOOR WAX, and all the small artlcteB tioually kept In a first class hardware store. �1G CAN PAT OFF icC CONSUMERS' HARDWARE CO. ;