Internet Payments

Secure & Reliable

Your data is encrypted and secure with us.
Godaddyseal image
VeraSafe Security Seal

Lethbridge Herald Newspaper Archives

- Page 10

Join us for 7 days to view your results

Enter your details to get started

or Login

What will you discover?

  • 108,666,265 Obituaries
  • 86,129,063 Archives
  • Birth & Marriages
  • Arrests & legal notices
  • And so much more
Issue Date:
Pages Available: 20

Search All United States newspapers

Research your ancestors and family tree, historical events, famous people and so much more!

Browse U.S. Newspaper Archives


Select the state you are looking for from the map or the list below

OCR Text

Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 10, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta Assiniboia Music Co., Ltd^ 315 Bth 6tr 8.  \ � PhSft* 1640 NOltDHEIMER PIANOS EDISON PHONOQRAPHa L filOTJeL "WINDSOR .EUROPEAN l�i.AN . , MEALS rnOM 6.00 A.M. TP 8.00 P.M. The Home of Quality ' ^Meats DELANYS MEAT CO. FIFTH ST. S. .-"OPPOSITE DALLAS HOTEL , PHONE 452 T MORE HONEY It is one of tlie^mbst* wholespme ^nd appetizing ioo6&, biisidfes it is an excellent thing for cojds. Chilclren thrive on it', ups lop. Jhe-price also has not adT vanced as rniith as many .other lines. Those are ftll good yalues. PURE EXTRACTED HONEV, AIRLINE BRAND Small�,- ie�ch'. ,>.. ^......... 25c V. OFFICE SUPPLIES BLANK BOOKS, 6IARIES, BILL BOOKS/OFFICE FlLESj TRANSFER CASES, INKS, PASTES, TYPEWRITER PAPERS. CARBONS AND RIBBON^. FULL LINE OF OSBORNE LEGAL PAPERS. 1 HE KENNY & ALLIN CO., Ltd. The Store NEXT DALLAS HOTEL PHONE 1487 BOOK AND mZINE PAPER PRICES J Ott.-iwa. Jan. 9.-Evidence o� greally Increased prices for that kinil ot paper which enters Inio books'anrt maga-ziDPi, � atroiig suggestions from Com-jnisaioner I'ringle that the two sides get together and a hint that the question of the Canadian duty is bound to come up. featured yesterday's sitting of the Inquiry into Book print, ^ . It is the second phase ot the investigation, the proceedings heretofore having related to the regular newspaper print. After nearly ail the morning was taken up in futile suggestions that an agreement be reached, evidence, was take'n mainly in tfie at--ternoon. While Canadian mills export great volumes ot newsprint to the states, many of the American manufacturoi^ are now making paper for class papers and from the evidence it appears that, despite the 32 per "cent duty, it can be laid down In Canada as cheaply as the home product. Hence the ques--tion of duty arises.. Commissioner Pflngle remarked that the question of duty oh paper had been pressed upon him. It might be a hardship to throw down the tarlf^f wall and expose the Canadian mills to competition in class paper with the big milts ot the states and while he had no power to deal with the duty, the manufacturers might as well understand that the question was bound to eonie up sooner or later. .-Vn immense export business to the United States had developed since that country did away with their duty and many AmericaTi makers ot newsprint were going into the manufacture of paper for books and periodicals. Honey In the. Comb, Idaho White Clover, per section.............................�----X 35c ONTARIO PURE WHITE CLOVER HONEY Sn>all j.irs, each.............................30c Pint, sealers, each...........................60c 5 lb. pall3, each...................$1.45 SPECIAL ON APPLES, WHILE THEY LAST... ... .r. ;..V.. ...... Medium Jar*, eneh ',.........46o 21/2 lb. tin�,*eaoh........................... 80c 5 lb. tint, each .;.......................$1.45 Honey Spread, per paekngo  � .x.... ^ ...... 40c Nova Scotia Ribstons, per barrel $5.0Q and $S.SO Per 40 lb. lot ...............$1.70 and il.BS Mc I nlosh Rcdi, per cate................' $1^50 HIGHCLA^ GROCERS THE GOOD to PHONfi 52 5 AID IN RAISING CAPITAL Feed Oats A^very other grade as well. Tplevator^cleaned and tacked �^ if required. /delivered promptly. ^^^^)�ti for Seed. ^Iberta's Be�L j^ry Our � James Richardson & Sons, ,Ltd# 201 SHERLOCK BLDG. Washington, Jan. 7.-As the first I step in government assiBtance ot railroad financing, presidents of rail-; roads were requ'oated by Interstate, ' Commerce Commissioner Daniels to-(fey to telegrap\him Immediately the amount ot capital required for this year, and also for tirst aix'moDths ol the year. FOR SALE ' We are in d position to make ^prompt, shipment ot aeveral cars ot TIMOTHY and UPLAND PRAIRIE HAY. Any orders "Tilaced with as -nrtll rscelvo our immediate at-, teiition. Write-Wire or Phone 1885 Cethbridge, or M1922 Calgary STRONG&DOWLER 403 Fifth 8t, Lethbridge 301 GraTfK Exchange, Calgary, Alberta Winnipeg, Jan. 10.-There 'was a continued strong - demand for cash oats. The .spreads wore' unchanged on the higher grades, with an improvement on the lower grades. Both eastern and western buyers were in the market, but. the cfferings^^Ver^ light, The demand for cash barley w�s e.v-ceptionally strong, and prices advanced on nil grades. , I Cash tlax demand was ^richvis'.cd from yesterday and prices > hflvanced in unison with the futures. \ Oat futures.closed 1 l-4c lov,-er for Jlay and 1 3-Sc down for July. ' Barley closed l-8c higher'^for May. Flax closed l-2c h'gher tor January and Ic up for May. Winnipeg Market. Oats- - ~ Open. Old contract: May ...........' .... .. Nevr contract: May ... .........85%-% July............ S3 Barley- Ma>............ 11S% Ilax- Japuary.......... 320 May ... .>.....:. 32!) Cash Prices  Oals- No. 2 C.W... S614 No. 3 C.W... 80% Extra N0..1 teed ____.1......80% 76% y;o. 2 feed.. 73% CI0.s&. :!22 3281.^ No. 1 feed.. Barley- No. 3....... 141 Rejected and Feed Flax- ; Protect the Skii^ ' ' with a Styptic Pencil Any man w^o shaves hlmselt-should be equipped with one ol thesfc healing, antiseptic pencils. Its prompt use will heat minor cuts very promptly and will also gua^d against, danger ot Infection. \ , Price 10c The shaver slipuld also use our After-Shaving Lotion / ,v It is healing, qooUng and soothing. Both of those articles should have a plac^, In the soldier's , shaving kit. ; ' ^ - The Red Cross Drag and Book Co. f Phoiie 555 CITY A N 1> DISTRICT ^ Choir Practice. Knox choir will rehearse tonight at efghti q'clock. - Cold Snap The mercury (h;oppe(l over Southorp Alberta last nlght\ varying from IB to 36" below. The latter was reported et Dunmore. Small Fire A small fire occurred In the house Arch. Clark, 3rd Ave. A. S., this morning. The fire department made town, sentence being- suspended. Harriet Grieg was fined $10 and costs for - ____________ .......- being drunk, and Plomm.Ing |10 and a good run, checkinK" the firo before costs for allowingdrunkeKnoss on his It made much headway. ' promises. The McDonald ,woman, who ------ Is In the hospital is reported as progressing favjorably. The sequel to the Chines^; feud ;^'aii heard ITiursday; low yesterdayvtho names of Mr. and ; morplng when .Frank Yeo was arralgn-Mrs. N. J. Washbrook appeared. The ed cl^rged with perjury. A remand ,.,,,o .t.A..i,ii 1-----..- J -- for one week wa� granted. Yesterday Mah Shin aniiv Long  Sam, against A~ Correction In the card ot thanks of Mr. Mar- name should! have read Mr. and Mrs. Nackwood. Annual Meeting The shareholders of" the Lethbridgo Investment Co., Ltd., will hold their annua! meeting on Friday evening, i Jan. 11th at 8:30 In flurgmann's hall. Every shareholder is requested to be present ^nd receive his certificate. IRLD-DE HUN PLOT San Francisco, CaK, Jan. 10.- lii giving evidenceivt j;ho trjal of the 31 persons charged with conspiring to-foment rovolutlon In India against British rule. In the United States dia-trlct court yesterday Brnbst J. EupU-, I rat, secretary of. an oil products (.om-. pany In New York, told ot a trip ho" ;iTom"charge8'otT8Tault'';n^ rXber';. f^''^?- 1", respectlvWyTR-ere preferred by Chung which he met otf.ciala of the Lin, -were commuted for trial. Yee's case arises-out of alleged perjury In Interpreting the case. ROUND UP ELIGIBLE8 Moose Ja>y,,Jan. 10.-A party of returned soldiers under Sergt. Afojor Goe� Eaitlpr Holiday A. E. Harshaw, chief dispatcher ot' Adams and" i^Vrgt.liiaJorMorr^sonlaVt .the C.P.R. for the Lethbridgo division, night aliortj.v Ufcfore: midnight raided IeaT�s in a couple of days for six a numbeiTot.the pleasure resorts ot weeks for his health. H. 11. WIckett the pity and rq,unded up and took Into Ot the dIspatclUng staff, will be rellev-i custody thirteen Voung men who No. 4......133 .......;....ll!) 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 Stylei. Correct Forme. No. 1 N.W.C.....5............323ii No. 2 C.W...320J^ No. 3 C.W...302% . Winnipeg Livestock "Winnipeg,-Jan. 10.-Live stock offerings today at the Union Stock Yards were 500 cattle and 3,326 hogs Cattle prices strong ai)d hogs declined 25c per hundred. � 1 . Butcher steers, ?7;00 to ..$11.00; cows $5.00 to $9.50; heifer?;'$7.00 to $10.00; bulla. $5.30 1,0 $9.00; oxen $4.75 to $8.75; stbckers* and'feeders, $6.00 to $9.00; calves $0.00 to $10.00. Hogs, $17.50; heavy, $13,00 to $14.50; sows, $12.00 to 113.00; lights, 14.00 to $15.25. . , , , -' , New York Stiocka. New York, Jan. 10.-C. P.-^R., 139; U. S. Steel, 95 5-S; U. S. Steel preferred, 109 1-2. . - Colde Caute Headache and Grip LAXATIVE.'BROMO QUININE Tablets remove the cause. There, is only one "Bromo Quinine," E. W; GROVE'S signature onijlfox.. 30c, i  \ WE BUILD VENTILATORS in every accepted style, chimney tops and In fact anythltag in tin and sheet metal work. Have every facility for turn-' ing out work, whi h ot course  means a. saving for every-' body As tor our ,skiUV and efflcloncy many ot the buildings m town are standing adverilseraents.^in,our fayor. The Dixpn iSheet Metal Co. VREAR STAFFORD BLOCK ii t�tHaRIDQ�. ALBERT/r Super lor Supply Co, � ' . ^nU Ave, 8. and 13th Btreit .( I MINiNC, BUILDING & RAILW.VY SUPPLIES & EQUIPMENT \| TUOHOPE^ ANDERSON AND EMERSON FARM IMPLEMENTS' QANQPLOWS SULKIES FORO THACTOft ATiMCH ''-:-st'j�%-^�Bei(i5CiRAT�;'^ , /jl^UTO'TRAILSRe , . y  PHONE 1725-TAKE A BLME LINE CAR EdVoo Phonagrap^s THE NEW CDISON AND ' THE AMBEROLA We have a full range ot those Instruments. Prices Irom ?48.0ft. to $615.00. Cash' or terras, Thousands ot records to select from. Assiniboia I^HSic So., Ud^ "Everything, Musical" Phone 1545 315 8th St. 8. Remember thVAddreM HIGINBOTHAM'S MALTED Emulsfoh of Cod Li^er Oil With Hypophosphhes Fui9 for the Kiddies Nourishing, Fattening, And Easy to; Taker $1.00 :-- J. I).Jigifl�l!iain* Co � \' Limited The '%i100 �,G., Benyou, who was fined $100 and costs Iho other day tor having 150 bottles of booze,In his possession, appeared again lin A.P.P. court today charged ; ing. with Infractions of the Customs" Act.' 'It js alleged that the booze had been smuggled from across the line. The tsase.was enlarged till Friday., were unable to satisfy the mlUtary that they had pomplted with the pro-vlalonis'ot the, Milt (ary Service Act. The delinquentB were kept in police headquarters all night and removed to the armory .under guard this morri- WITHDRAW FROM MACEDONIA St. Augus'tin's, Annual Meeting The annual congregational meeting of St. Augustitfs church will be held In-the parish hall at 8.30 tonight. Arrangements have been made to,have the liall thoroijehly warm and every member of the congregation is urged to be presenL Berlin, Jan.-^S'.-f-Wltharawal ot Russian troops,froni ''a sector on the Muc.c-donlan front Is reported in today's statement trom army, headquarlors. heaihiui J LIFE Highland Linen Note Papers^/ The Eaton, Cranp and Piko Co.. hove advised us to sell'tholr regular 65c box oC paper and envelopes tor 50c a Box ^ UNTIL JANUARY-12TH. ROBERTSON'S BOOK STORE PHONI 12W JM6TH 8T. a: � ' � ' f ' , . ..... � r -.-fji-i^; > , GIFT OF COCOA TO HALIFAXtSUFFERERS .- , v Torfonto, Jan. 1 -On recplpt ot a telegram from Mr. R.-T. .MacIIretlj, Chairman of the Halifax Relief Com-mlttejg.. adcopting au_:oIfe"r as a Ne'Sr Year's gff:, or contribution' tq the worthy cause, the Cowan Company, Limlqed^ ot thi.s city, has forwarded to the Relief Committee at Halifax, N.S., 2000 hair-pound tins of Perfection Cocoa. � �� This generous gift has pHovJded 2000 families of HftlifaX, remV'i'Bil wliolly, or partly dostltute by the-.tor-rlblo , disaster, w th a grateful and comtorilnB aaduioii to tho rellet suUr slstence, and helpod to diucr t]�o In-coming^ of tho Now Year. , ^ ANNOUNCEMElfjT ' Xho^B. of L, 1.'. and Ej are holding Iholr Hocond ^mnuul dance, .TaiS,,18tn, 1918. For InviliUlons iilione 15l6,ov 1274.  ' ?; 25-2, Paid'$100 and Costs Gustav Rosenbaum of Barons, appeared before Inspector Clianoy at tlte Mounted Police Barracks Thursday affe^'noon charged with having in his possession prohibited papers, and was tlned $100 and costs on' each of two coupts.' When searched l^j- Detective Lobb he had 10 copies ot "tJus 11m," j published in German In the U.S.A.,' ah^also a copy ot "Seluinla." *!> Court Unity, A.O.F. Initallation J/" At the regular meeting of Court Un-JtyV'^A.O.P. held In St. Mary's hall on LTuesday evening last, the following fbtticers were installed tor the/ensulns year: P.C.R., F. Holmes; C.iy, P. Wil-terhouse; S.C.R., B. Dunk; Treas., J. Hancock; Pin,Sec, T. Arnold; Rec.i Sec, W. Hawkins; S.W, A. Kuowlden; J.W., G. Grant; S.B., R. Ward; J.B., T. Turner; Trustees, F. HolmA, K. .lar-Vls.'A. E. Dupen; Auditors, E. Jurvls, A. Annelts, A. Kri'bwlden; Medical Officers, Drs. Campbell, Roy and/Cragg, and Dr. Thompson. District Chief ganger T. Arnold acted as intaUatlon Officer, wlth/W. Knowldon as install-) Ing woodward. PAY FOR HIS Madrid, Jan. 10.-The German government hasoffercd to pay to the family ot Enrique Granados, the Spanish composer, 666,000 pesetas as Indemnity for,the loss of their father. Gorman foreign office and through tliem was^cngaged to carry confidential messages between some of tho^ Hindu dofendanlB. , . Buphrat .testified that ho met V. Chattopadhyyu, a member of .the Indian Berlin committee In Berlin. Cha),-topadhyya Is one of the Hindu dofevi-dants. He testif'ed tfiat the Hlndit asked lilra to convoy the- t'olIowInK mcsssKc to Ramchandra in San Fran-cIbco: ^� ' . "Stop your propaganda work. It is not doing any good." Ramchandra is ouo of the principal defendants ' ' \ The prosecuting attorney said that the goveriMnent had evidence that Puphratts trip ^was arranged by tbo German embassy at Washington. Well Earned Reputation Canadian I'aniillea-faniillos through oijt the M-hole British domain now buy Mason 7& Rlsch Pianos, hot becauso of the price"" tags attached to the instrument, but boct^se of its well established reputation as u fine man-1 utactured product. Write Mason 'ft Klach Limited, IJalmo.ral Block, f)th St. S., . Luthbrldge, for descrlptlvo catalog-they'll gladly inebt your request.-^Advertlsomont; : ' everything for the office JUST ARRIVED D.iary'Seoka and Stands for 1918 Loose'Leaf:Ledoera Loose Leaf Memo and Price .. .Book*: Synoptics 10 to 24 Columns. Ledgers and'Cash Books, all Priess. � SPECIALS SI Adding Maehlnn and Supplies Cheek' Writers , ," Stapling Machines . Typewriters , 'j' Office Furniture ' EVERAT-L & FRANKS BLOCK, COR. FOUR-PH AVE. A FIFTH ST. 8. PHONE 1107 FEW^CARS, THRESHED vTll^aTHY FOR SALE.' aOOD FEED Apply for acliver'ad Prices to F. 0. Hyde Co! i Phone 1244 " f'^tethlfrldgt ,f -Police Court , ,,A- ]� city police court the altermath ot the Ethel McDonald case, was heard before Magistrate Elton whonKboUo, Norman Flemmlng and,Harriet Grlog . appeared. ' Keello was 'orderedi out' ot - Ford Engines i/eboreo and reamed:ano FITTED WITH qvERSIZB 1 PISTONS WE GUARANTEE . SATISFACTION.. 210 First Ave. 8. Phons 1732 NIVEN (1� *irst Ave. I BROS/ Phons 179? Tou'U Kke fh# i;jpat, frim hair cut yoiup get here. WESTBROOK BROS. - Opposite Bank �f ^Mont|;��l,t FARM LANDS _ \^ \ \ a' onus H�'l�on*s Ray ComTiinf (U(l Calsarr snd �dmoDtoe Lsol Co. CITY ANpiFARM MORTQAOeS llie H. Macbeth , Agency O'Cedar A^ops gte^ar Polish LariisTBoUles;............, 50c Smttt'*�ttJsf/,.,.,.......;. 266 lmp�rlaf QMiTrt Tins ......' $1.29 Impsrial M.I SOOT DESTROYER, pow�r,ED WA*. * ' mal|/|rticle�;< usually kept In a first fas. hardware i;.ore': .in HARDWARE CQ. \ 1 1 ;