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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 11, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta MeALt>>ROM a.W A.lill. TO �.M P.M. Prime beef; pork and MUHON l^sl^ Egiat,1fiiie Chicken. All kinds of Poultry: DELANYS MEAT CO. FIFTH* ST, S.;: "OPPOSITE DALLAS HOTEL PHONE 452 OFFICE SUPPLIES BLANK BOOKS, DIARIES, BILL BOOK*. OFFICE. FILES. TRANSFER CASES, INKS, PASTES, TYPEWRITER PAPERS, CARBONS AND RIBBONS. FULL LINE OF OSBORNE LEGAL PAPERS. 1 HE KENNY & ALLIN GO., Ltd. The SSSiSi^ \Store next dallas hotel PHONE 1487 SOME SENATORS IHINK W��hlngton. Jan. IS.-Secretary of War Baker's examination today before the senate military committee wa.s warmed up by a rapid cross fire of irresittibie Dance Muiic Tl\e Irresistible combination of piano, banjo, and saxophone as In the aance selection "Ching Chong" fairly lEaltes you ache to "shake a le.q," It's renditloa on Victor Recortl should be heard by every Vlctrola owner who RBjoys dancing. Mason & Rlsch Limited, Balmoral Block, uth St. S., Leth-liridgo, have It amoDBT their thousands of records and would like you to hear It.-Adve^spment. ON SATURDAY Alf orders not in by 5 p.^ will'not be delivered until Monday, OUR STORE WILL BE OPEN HEREATTER ON SATURDAYS UNTIL 9HI0:P.M. Choice No. 1 B. C. Apples, Wagners, StaymOns, Crimes dolden, Baldwins, Ontariot, Roman ' Beauties. Per case .......... $2.46 No. 1 Oellciou*, per ease .----,.........$2.75 Nova Scotia Rlbstbni, No. IV, per^arrel... $5.90 Per 40 lb. lot ..................$185 No. 2s, pep barrel.......................$3.00 Per 40 lb. lot . ^...........'.,........i-. $1.70' lup brnngesi Ontya few boxes left, per box $1,10 N, Ornnges, good color, Juicy and sweet, pec, dozen........., .S....... .40c, SOc, 60c and 7So high-class Fresh Oysters, Coast Sealed kind, all ^olld fniati. Fresh lot Just In, ^ Egfiit Brookfield, brand. Excell^ntt quality. .You can bolt these If you like. Per docen'..... 65c Oleomargarlnr, Swift'a Premium, our first hin' 40o quGsUons by Senators of both parties who did not agree with the generally 'favorable views of war preparations depicted by Mr. Balser's statement of yesterday. ^ - The senators, declared that his declaration'that war supplies were adequate would jnlslead the countr>-. Senator Weeks declared that the country should "not be lulled to sleep by a general statement of facts that don't exist." * ' Mr. Baker.explained that he.,moant I - to convey only the impression that i Winnipeg, Jan. II.-There M'as prac-all the men ready for the fighting tlcally n* change in the cash market line were adequately eoulpoed. Sen- today. The demand .for high grade ntors Wadsworth and Weeks. Repub- oats for seed and trjllllng purposes ilcons, and: Senators Chamberlain aud continues very strong with otterlngs Hitchcock, Deinocrats. took tho lead light. in cross examining the secretary and , Cash barley was in strong demand. \g^ocers mcnt Just In." 1 ib^ cartons .^^^/i^.......... Plum PutJdlhfls, Waflstaffet, Mb. cppckf.'apeclal while tney lasv.................r 40e Sweet Polatoeo, per lb. ^......i....^...... 10s � Fresh Celery, expected for tomorrow, per (fa. 18c PHONE 525 Feed Oats f^vsry other grade ^ well. rrilevator cleaned-and sacked XI/ if required. D olivered promptly. 'ats for Seed. [ Iberia's Best. n ry Our lervice. James Richardson & Sons, Ltd. 201 SHtRLOCK slog. at times handled him without g'lores. attacked BALFOUR'S SHIP The story of an attempt by a German su]>marlne to sink the ship on which the Right Hon. "Arthur -.T. Balfour, British secretary fov foreign affairs, sahed on the return trip to England, after his visit to the United States, and of the"" destruction of'^b submarine by an American war vessel, is told in a latter to H. F. Wrighji a broker at Kansas City. In making the ! announcement of the receipt of the letter Mr. Wright said It was from an American/'business man now located 1 in Canada," who was a passenger jon ' the ship with Mr.. Balfour. FOR SALE W� are In a position to make prompt' shipment._..o{ .aaveral. cart of tWOTHV and UPLAND prAirie hay. , Any orders placed with ds Tdli receive our immediate attention. ' Write-Wire or Phone 1S65 Lethbridga, or IM1922 Calgary STRONG&DOWLER ( 403- Fifth St., Lethbridga 30t Grain Exchange, Calgary, - Alberta with prices flrm^and uhchangofl. Cash flax was~qulet with offerings lighL Oats futures closed higher for May and ?4c higher for July. Barley closed l%c'higher for May. Flax closed 2^20 higher for January and l?ic up for May. WINN4PEG iviarket Open Close 8514 83V. Oats-Old contract: May....... .. New contract: May........ July........ Barley-May......;. FUx- . Jan.'........ May S2% 149 140% 324% 330 U 9 C. W, MANSON PHONE 613 .Twentieth Century Book Store trrrHBRIOGE, alberta; canada, , we WILLv be glad to order and deliver if not in stock, any book published; . OFFICE SUPPLIES, ' QUALITY STATIONERY Latest,Styles. Correct Formi, / "cash prices ' Oats-No. 2 C. W...S7% No. 3 C. W.. .81% Ex. 1 Feed...............81% No.'l Feed..77�i No. 2 Peed;.74% Barley- No. ?, '......143 No. 4 ......13S Rejected and Feed.........UO Flax- ' No. 1 N.W.C. ...............325% No. 2 C; W...322% No. 3.C.W.. .306^ WINNIPEG LIVESTOCK Winnipeg, Jan.. il.-UnlonV stock yards ^January 11 otferlhgs: 300 cattle, 157S hogs. Cattle and hog markets strong. Butcher steers $7.00 tolll.OO: cows and heifers $S.50 to $10.50; buUs $5.50 to $9.00; o.xen $S.0O to $8.75; Blockers and feeders $fi;50 to $9.00; calves $6.00 to $10.00 hogs $18.00: heavy $13.50 to $14.50; Sows $12^0 to '$13.50; light $14.00 to $l/.25. - NEW YORK STOCKS 1^ New Yor.; Jan. 11.-Closing sales: C. P. R. 138U; U. S.^Steel 93%; U. a Steel preferred, 109. CARD OF THANKS Mr. and Mrs. N. H. Nelson wish to thank the many friends for the sympathy shown In their. recent sad bereavement. Xt .the'.Bame'^tlmo WO' 'would like to.jjxpress many thanks . and gratltude^o thfc following for � flowers sent: OlI've's class, 'tisatiher 'and Sunday school class dt Siiring Cojilee, her Sunday school^ the ladles of Spring Coulee,'Miss .Joiner and Mrs, Roy, Mr. Geo. Thompson, Mr; and Mrs. C. H. Nelson, Miss Uzsle Thomp-Bpn, Miss Lula Kisohei; Mrs. Jf.: J. Q^ode, Mr. and Mrs, B. H; Tracht, and' little Kobble Smith. >ye .would also like to extend our thanks to Reverend Ingalk, of Spring CduWe and-fteverend W. F. Burns of Lethbrldge tor their kind words of sympathy. '26-1 Grip,Follows The Snow LAXATIVE BUOMO QUININE I'ab-lets taken In lime will Prevent Grip. E. W. GROVE'S slKnature on box.^SOc. Proteirt the Skin with a ic Pencil Any man who shaves himself should be equipped with one of these hcaltttg./antlsoptlc pencllB. Its prompt u^Q will heal minor cuts very promptly and will also guard against danger of infection. . , ,Price".10c * The shaver should also use our After-Shaving Lotion It Is healing, cooling' and soolh-i;ig. Both of these orticles should have R placo In ; iho soldier's shaving kit. V The Red Cross Drug and Bo^ Go. Phone 55 Oangarously III Pte, John McMurchle, of Nnnton, is reported dangerously ill In France.  Col. Br/iin Herb I somlwhat cheaper Sa^ c provincial > legisla- $250,000 FIBE Wilmington, Dql., Jan. 11.-Thq wail paper manufacturing ilepartmo'it of tho Jacob Thomas Conipativ, ouo oil the largest Industrial; plants in No.v'^ nrk, Delaware, ^was' today destroyed by firw, wliich otigdiited,. In the nsli, pllejj' 'Tho 1o.4b'U $255,00&. . ~x WE BUILD , VENTILATORS tn Bvery *ccsptQd style, chlm-^ ney-tops and in tact anything V in tlh.and f�lieet metal work. evfry'facility for turn-in'fe out work, whl h of courao means a.i saving for everybody As tor our skill und ''efficiency many^ot the bulld-iheii la town- are standing advertisements in our fa-vor. The Dixon Sheet Metal Co :RE;AR STAFFORD BLOCK .-.^.^TTrr** I LBTHBRIPOE. alberta Famify PorlraHure Make It an aniftial �duty,, to yourselves to have your-children's plioto taken. You 'vvHl ho creating iibldlng pleasures >Ior your Inter yours, � . Sxnith'sTStmlio 908 Th^rd Av�. 8. ; Phone 1471 Rough, Fissured . Han(|s "Finger tips cracked and sore, catching thread, .vara, etc., nothing tnpre annoying or painful. c REME VELVA In --Is an. ever present help ... such conditions, well >workc^ in before tho hands are quite dried after ^fashing in-hot water. ( / For very obatinato and extreme cases wo ha've,' ''MECHANICS HAND LOTION" That Is net^r fuijlnjg.- f ' EACH 25c A BOTTLE .. Samples for'the Asjjlna'. �Alberta\ Pioneer Druggists* Wholesale and Retail .Chemists. telephone No. 322 .wheat and its^TeeTvalurjs'therpfnr!! 'pe, but declined to stand until {te h^consldoret There iJ^jiS *.tt?Sn-Jio' sutpessfuUy 'contest-lot oats "and barley which can be off the riding. ..,Ko .'has never been set by the importation^ of corn Per defeated. .SlnpS;;his election to tiio mission from' the food coutrbller tor log!sliitiire.h^.,haa .been - one j^uch importation must bo .secured. mort'Voral'uehrwpm^^ on tho op-l,osltlmV, ;sye.y/ot: the house In ttiruting . for. prdgressivo legislation Successful in Exams. along temnew^^^ Sheriff Young, chairman of, tho .'a^mie of/the strongest support-local recruiting commlttoe for tho IrR of-tlitfsaboUtlott ' of llqour Royal Plying Corps, has received n f."-gk ftyBlem'in OhtRi'^^^^^ letter from Cadet Herbert McMoekln. ^V^t 6U ih^ l&io Chief Justice who isjtow In Tprortto stating that he p/oudfoftt; and a mother ol Scotch hadieen successful inJUs final ex- decent v respectively, the nminatlons for entrance into i'{eadfer' wtis born o.n February corps He Bays there were V.5 west- ""^W �r township, � em -recruits in tho class and they 7,'" ,f�.J^V Huron ^ile received his . were a tine lot or tellMvs. The next ^^",?5h4VV^UcatTM in the public iday after writing he said, was ex- P^S^S-tiriva^^^^ ,>ecled that Ihey wouldleav^for sotno X^lct'^^^^^^^ Osgoodfe unknown camp for training purposes. .fgg?',-rte'was made a,K.C. Annual M^tinn "V" ' In 1902, p''wbtch ho was & part->^he atSi Y. M. C. ner of'th^ ^^^g^^'^'^.^l^^vS A>wni take place in Iho auditorium of '=>^V�''1',�i^ffi S toVo�on^^^ the Association on ThuFsday tho 24th years. W *'^.�h^Vin Instant at 8 p.m. This waa decided ''^'^"'"^ ^^*iL.,,l�rAt' resent ho ^ at a meeting of the directovsjield last prant' and ^^k^.^^M evening. Seven members of Jhe bonrtf head ot,the , 'fJJ.;f''^^Xre' of directors will require to.fc elected ""^S*^' rS- ^^mwn i at this nflSeting and nominations for '� Toronto ^he/j^^^^^^^^^ Ithese may bo'sent In writing to any Attorney^o^>^w^0n,:%ua also lUloaiiio jone-of tho following members of tho �^^5^^^^/l�I?X'.^?umn Llb nomihating committee up to and in>^va3 presia^nt: ot thp/West Uuron Ub 'eluding the 17th instant. M. S. Mo- cral aesoiclatlon,fpr .sevora yoars^ and ! Arthur. C. S. Farrow, R. P.-Wallace, a dlrocto^pfseV^faVprominent.manu-. "'J. Ghadwlck, R. n. Davidson, M.. lacfurlng,lndu�trlOB,,ln Goilerlch. I Dutisworth. / ' Mr. Proudtoatl8\ also the proud, father of a:.son>>ho, for his hravory oh tho IteltjB. ot � HIWders, ..wa? award; J,J Hin ,M tor dellvereo-SPrlces to , F. 0. Hyde & Co. Phonsi1244 : tsthbrldge am Sitpeylor Siipply ?a " ,. Znti 'Ave, 8. and iMh"�tn|�t.'^ , ' ' ' ' 3'MiNlNGi'^^B * 'RAILW.W syPPLiaS , *; equifmint ^Ub'Hdi;^^ANbeRSON^AND cmFA^M IMPLEMENTS \mr:QAfta^i^Dominron Rebe!{7h Lodge. No. 41, of the mppt; pro^resahV Ll^^^^^ are Holding a dance Monday night, the oHPOSitloii;'f'sWe of the OntaT-lo January 14th. Invitations'are issued to leglslaturp, . ftttifr ,;;hls ele(^tlpn, .it both ladles and gentlemen and mifst was not uiitU the ,�y8 , of adjourn-, bopreaented at the door. Prices ladles raent tori prorOgatloi^ on April 23,.i and tontlerpent, n.OO. Extra lady SOo. 1913, that .he. bdcaJno prominent in There will bo a struct car after the the p^lblfc", eye. On that occasion; dariCo for Iwth north and south siflcp. on"^ the"> flopr ;of the house, Mr,.' , ' � 26^ .proudfoot', cjjjtr^ed Sir James Pllny . '  - ' ..-..- --....... � Whitney; ;'th�Meador of the goverp- ����� � ---- -' mcnt,ir'and! the, Hon. -W. J. Hannl, iil-ovlnolal ,vsi3WCta?j', with '^cormM and' Jrop^op'6ri.l^ct^,;'!, ..following ^the dutcon>o/;6t;'%n > Invesllgatloh Inbtl-tutad: byVMV''^,v^ before the publloi acfcduiit8'*U committee, , arising out ot.'the':'latUei9ent of tho'claini dj: TaylpJ',', Spb^', - aadACompany, Toronto, In,resP8?t'Of,a .ppntral Prison contract:^ MW^ProudfqqlS.mBde the charge on 'his^.rei^pojnJBlblHty 'M a member of the honiie,,V,M*''''i'"^�^ > secur- ed the^aptlOlnt^MtoI a Royal Com-mistloh'v't^'? InvABtlsate thoi charges. Thp suBStfthee/.Cof ,'Mr. Proudfoot's cli�ir�e ,%sii >t��t/;|BQ0. .l\iyl^n' aci^ icepted' bjTvMr..:H�iii!ia',.v:as:'a,camiNstcn' n^anlpuI4iwii ivipe for ��iippil�!li.:- ' ' We have' Just^ roceWeii a shipment of No.'s 1, 2 and 3. Tho' shipment Is ,sm^ll and all tliat Wfl could Htjcure, If you rft-quiro this get your order in. early. t We also have t large stock ot nil tho kinds of BABV foods, bottles, nipples, comforters. Nyal's vBaby Cough  Syriip.' Safe and reliable, j . ZSc per bottlii Jhe Frank Hedley Drug:Co.  LETHBRiOQE, AUBERTA . REBOREO ANO REAMED AND FITTED WITH, OVERSIZE ,  PISTONS. ..�WE .OUARAWTEE':,, 8ATI8F ACTION. {> 2ta First Aye. 8. >.Ption� 1732 N1V�N BROS. ' �! Fust Ave. 8. Phene FARM_j-ANDS ,. OMhr. Hii/l^oB's n�ir Compitaf tu4 Cftlgary �nd SdmoBtoR t/aal * Aff�et �fr., ,>','�,;.;?,.�!); ,.;HgW.:; \ ' Becaul��;p('1ta.tonio and laxaUve e(-' t^oi, I^a^tatlTe. Bromo Quinipe cfcn be .t^kon bVianyone 'without (nausing net-'Vousneka oririnsint in the head. Thvre Jsv'only/of�e;^f'byorao,Quinine," B. W. OHOVE'S.-siinatUre (s on box. 30(^, Bakes .so untformljr/' ' and quickly that' piea.v acttwlly: taste better'and do not bumreaaily. ' Theie' via abmethinE' entirely different about*. PYREX Pief^ %hole. �omenoM-rai^ant-aome-. 'more.' �'::V"v-.r''^'K'y->S? PYREX >x)ur ,kjidi�i-U Witt save � clUie% diejf. nioai. dnidMm>. CiMraatoed' , not lo btcak m'�eiusl<(nren Consumers' ffardwareCo. PYREX, everpr day ;