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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - January 11, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta Assiniboia Music to., Ltd. S15 6th Str S. Phone 1545 NORDHEIMER PIANOS EDISON PHONOGRAPHS LETHBRlDGfe DAILY HERALD HOTEL WINDSOR i EUROPEAN PLAN ' j MEALS FROM 8.00 A.M. TO 8.00 P.M. TOMORROW Prime BEEF,' PORK and MUTTON Fresh Eggs, Fine Chicken. All kinds of Poultry. DELANYS MEAT CO. FIFTH ST. S. OPPOSITE DALLAS HOTEL PHONE 4=2 OFFICE SUPPLIES BLANK BOOKS. DIARIES. SILL BOOKS, OFFICE FILES. TRANSFER CASES. INKS. PASTES, TYPEWRITER PAPERS. CARBONS AND RIBBONS. FULL LINE OF OSBORNE LEGAL PAPERS. 1 HE KENNY & ALLIN CO., Ltd. The ^ettS&r .Store NEXT DALLAS HOTEL PHONE 1487 All orders not ia by 5 will not he delivered until Monday. OUR STORE WILL BE OPEN HEREAFTER ON SATURDAYS UNTIL 9:00 P.M. Choice No. 1 B. C. Apples. Wagners, Staymans, Grimes Golden, Baldwins, Ontarios, Roman - Beauties. Per case ..................... $2.45 No. 1 Delicious, per case ............... $2.75 Novn Scotia Rib3tons, No. Vs, per'barrel. .. $5.50 Per 40 lb. lot ................... $1 85 No. 2s, per barrel....................... $5.00 Per 40 lb. lot .......................;.. $1.70 i�.p Oranges, Only a few boxes left, per box $1.10 IV.'ivnl Oranges, good color, juicy and sweet, per. dozen...........*.........40c, 50c, 60c and 75c / Fiesh Oystors, Coast Sealed kind, all solid meats. Fresh lot just in. Egg's, BrooUfield brand. Excellent quality. You can boil these if you like. Per dozen ..... 65c Oleomargarine, Swift's Premium, our first shipment just in. 1 lb. cartons .../v...........^ 40c Plum Puddings, Wagstaffes, 1 lb. crocks. Special while triey last..........................r 40c Sweet Potatoes, per lb. i . ......;.......1�= "rcsh Celery, expected for tomorrow, per lb. 15c Washington. Jan. IS.-Secretary of War Baker's examination today before the senate military committee was warmed up by a rapid cross t'ire of Irresistible Dance Music Tilt' irresistible combination of piano, banjo, and saxaphoue as in the fiance selection "t'hing Choufi" fairly �".alto* you ache to "'shake a leg.'' It's tenditio;! on Victor Record should be heard by every Vietrola owner who enjoys dancing. Mason & Risch Limited. Balmoral Block, iith St. S.. Lethbridge. have it among their thousands of records and would like you to hear questions by Senators of both parties who did not agree with the generally favorable views of war preparations depicted by Mr. Baker's statement of yesterday. * j The senators declared that his dec-1 laration that war supplies were ade-! quale would mislead the. country. Senator Weeks declared that the country ' should "not be lulled to sleep by a general statement of facts that don't' exist."  Mr. Baker explained that he...meant � to convey only the impression that all the men ready for the fighting linn were adequately eouipued. Senators Wadsworth and Weeks. Republicans, and- Senators Chamberlain aud Hitchcock, Democrats, took the lead in cross examining the secretary and in times handled him without gloves HIGH-CLASS GROCERS THE GOOD CO. PHONE 5 25 MARKETS Feed Oats J^vsry other 3,$ well. TTIevator cleaned-and sacked Hr if required. j^olivered promptly. Qits for Seed. t j\ Iberta's Ecst jj^"Vy Our Ser\'\ZK. * . James R chardson & Sons, Ltd. 201 SHERLOCK BLDG. ATTACKED BALFOUR'S SHIP The story of an attempt hy a German submarine to sink the ship on which the Right Hon. Arthur J. Balfour, British secretary for. foreign affairs, Bahed on the return trip to Kng-land. after his visit to the I'nitcd States, and of the* destruction of^he submarine by an American war vessel, is told in a letter to H. F. Wrighjt a broker at Kansa3 City. In making the announcement of the receipt of the letter Mr. Wright said it was from an American "business man now located in Canada." who was a passenger cn the ship with Mr. BaJfottr. Hay FOR SALE We are in a position to make prompt shipment of ssveral 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 403 Fifth St., Lethbridge 301 Grain Exchange, Calgary, Alberta Winnipeg. Jan. 11.-There was practically no change in the. cash market today. The demand for high grade oats for seed and milling purposes continues very strong with offerings light. Cash barley was in strung demand, with prices firm and unchanged. Cash flax was'quiet with offerings light. Oats futures closed 1-c higher for May and \c higher for July. Barley closed l?ic higher for .May. Flax closed 2',=c higher for January and l^iC :ip for Ma v. WINNIPEG MARKET Oats- Old contract: .May........ New contract: May........ July........ Barley- Mav...... .'. Flax-Jan......... May........ Open Close S-1-r-S5 14ft CASH PRICES .S7ai No. 3 C. W.. .77?;'' No. 2 Feed! 85 VL S31,* 149:1i :!24'i 330 i.t .S1H . 81l'- .. 13S ..iy> , .325*; 1 .306U stock C. V/. MANSON PHONE 613 The 1 /Twentieth Century Book Store tlTHBRIDGE, 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. Oats-No. 2 C. W.. Ex. 1 Feed No. 1 Feed. Barley- No. 3 ......143 No. 4 Rejected and Feed........ Flax-No. 1 N.W.C................. No. 2 C. W.. . 322 ?1 No. 3 C.W.. WINNIPEG LIVESTOCK Winnipeg, Jan. 11.--Union.' yards January 11 offerings: 300 cattle, 157S hogs. Cattle and hog markets strong. Butcher steers $7.00 to"?11.00; cows and heifers $5.50 to $10.50; hulls $5.50 to $9.00; oxen $5.00 to $8.75; stockers and feeders $�.50 to $9-00; calves S6.00 to $10.00 hogs S.1S.00; heavy $13.50 to $14.50; sows $12.50 to $13.50; light $14,00 to $15.25. NEW YORK STOCKS New Yor., Jan. 11.-Closing sales: C. P. R. 13SU: L*. S.,Steel S3',*; V. S. Steel preferred. 109. Protect the Skin with a 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". 10c ' The shaver should also use our After-Shaving Lotion It is healing, cooling- and soothing. Both of these articles should have a place in the- soldier's shaving kit. The Red Cross Drug and Book Co. Phone 555 Cilfc AM* DISTRICT Dangerously III Pto. John MeMurchie. of Nantou, is reported dangerously ill in France. * Col. Bryan Here Liout.-Col. Bryan, assistant superintendent of the Alberta Provincial police is iff the city today inspecting the local detachment under control of Inspector riper. Was Discharged Geo. Mellas, .who was arraigned dn a charge of gambling the other day, and against whom evidence of a marked deck was brought, has been discharged. Therb waa no evidence against him. New Land Agency H. H. Conset, who since 1912 has had the provincial agency for the Stowart Sheaf loader, and Fred W. Karren, one of Magrath's live citizens have' formed a company to be known as Conzet and Karren for carrying on a general business in Alberta farm lands. They have opened up offices in the Shephard block. EVERYTHING kOR THE OFFICE JUST ARRIVED [ SPECIALS 1 Diary Book* and Stands for 1918 Loose Leaf Ledgers Loose Leaf Memo 'and Pries Books Synoptics 10 to 24 Columns. Ledgers and Cash Books, all Prices. Adding Machines and Supplies Check Writers Stapling Machines Typewriters Office Furniture EVERALL & FRANKS SINNOTT BLOCK, COR. FOURTH AVE. & FIFTH ST. S. PHONE 110? Ontario's New Liberal Leader CARD OF THANKS Mr. and Mrs. N. H. Nelson wish to thank the many friends for the sympathy shown in their receut sad bereavement]. -Tt the same time wc would liko to express many thanks and gratitude to thb following for flowers sect: Olive's class, teacher and Sunday school class at Spring Coulee, her Sunday school, the ladies of Spring Coulee, Miss Joiner and Mrs, Roy, Mr. Geo. Thompson, Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Nelson, Miss Lizzie Thompson, Miss Lula Kischel, Mrs. H. J. Uoode, Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Tracht. and little Cobble Smith. We would also like to extend our thanks to Heverend lngalk, of Spring Coulee and Reverend W. F. Burns of Lethbridge for their kind .words of sympathy. 2G-1 GrlD Follows The Snow LAXATIVE BROMO QUIN'IN'K Tablets taken in time will Prevent Grip. E. \V. GROVE'S signature on box. 30c. WE BUILD VENTILATORS in every accepted style, chimney tops and in tact anything '� in tin and sheet, metal work. Have every facility for turning out work, whl h of cou.'se means a saving for everybody As for our skill and efficiency many of the buildings in town are standing advertisements in our favor. The Dixon Sheet Metal Co. REAR STAFFORD BLOCK LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA Family Portraiture Make it an annual duty to yourselves to have your children's photo taken. You will be creating abiding pleasures lor your later years. Smith's Studio Rough. Fissured Hantjs Finger tips it?,eked and sore, catching thread, yarn etc.. nothing more annoying or painful. c REME VELVA -is an ever present help in such conditions, well .worked in before, the. hands arc quite dried after washing inhot water. For very obstinate and extreme cases we have, "MECHANICS HAND LOTION" That is never fulling. * EACH 25c A BOTTLE Samples for-the Asking. J. I). Hsgrbi !uni & Co --Limited --- The ]J!)?$?�&fC J*of* "Alberta's. Pioneer Druggists" Wnolcsale and Retail Chemists. TELEPHONE No. 322 Ship in Corn for Feed That quite a volume of corn will bo shipped from the United Slates In Southern Alberta in the next few weeks is the opinion" of- F. O. Hyde, the local ..produce .dealer. Mr. Hyde states that corn at Hs present price is somewhat cheaper, thafl No. "> wheat and its feed value is (th,ereforo to, be considered. There is a shortage of oats "and barley which can be offset by the importation of corn. Permission from' the food controller for such importation must bo secured. Successful in Exams. Sheriff Young, chairman of the local recruiting committee for the Royal Flying Corps , has received u letter from Cadi-t Herbert MeMcekin, who isitow in Toronto stating that he bad.heeu successful in his final examinations for entrance into the corps He says there were 13 western recruits in the class and they were a fine lot or fellcv,vs. The next, day after writing he said. ;t was expected that they would leave "for some, unknown camp for training purpose?. (Toronto Coflbe) j Mr. William Proudfoot. K.C., the new leader of the Opposition in , the Ontario legislature, is a LUieral of long standing in prov.inciar politics, lit 19U2 he was tendered the nom-nation for the provincial legislature, but dee'.ined to stand until ^'fiOS when ho successfully contested the riding. Ho has never been defeated. Since his election to tho legislature he. has been one of the most prominent members on the opposition side /of the bouse. in fighting for progressive legislation along temperance lines; in fact, -lie was one of the strongest supporters of- Uiesabolition of the liqour license system in Ontario. The son of the late Chief Justice Proudfoot, and a mother of Scotch and Irish descent respectively, the. new leader was born on February 21, 1S59, at Colborne township. County of Huron, -.lie received his preliminary education in the. public schools, and private tuition, following which ho graduated from Osgood^ Hall in 1881. He was made a K.C. in 1902, prior to which he was a partner of the lato Judge Garrow at Cioder- $2&0,000 FIRE Wilmington, Del., Jan. 11.-The wall paper manufacturing department of the Jacob Thomas Company one of; the largest industrial plants in New-" ark. Delaware, was today destroyed bv fire which brhjtrlited in the ash piles the loss is $250,000. Annual Meeting "Y." Tiie annual meeting of the Y. M. C. ____ -- _________ ______ A. will take place in the auditorium of icl1' "hero iie practised law for several the Association on Thursday the 24th instant at X p.m. This was decided at. a me.eting of the directors held last evening. Seven members of the boaru of directors will require to be elected at this nfCeting and nominations for these may be sent iu writing to any one of the following members of the nominating committee up to and including the 17th instant. M. S. lie-Arthur C S. Farrow, Tt. P. Wallace, 'J. Chad wick, K. U. Davidson Dunsworth. ' Al. ANNOUNCEMENT The B. of L. F. and E. are holding their second annual dance. Jan. 18th, 191S. For invitations nhoiio lolfi or 1274. 25-2 ANNOUNCEMENT Don't forget the Big Dunce in Bur^-mann's Hat! on Saturday 12th. Gents 75c. Ladies free. 2C-1! -Dominion Kebclch Lodge. No. 41, are holding a dance. Monday night, January 1-it'll. Invitations- arc issued to both ladies and gentlemen and must was not until tho be presented at the door. Prices ladies ;>nd fenlle^ent, ?1.�0. Extra lady 50c. There will be a street, car after tho dance for both north atrl south sldPH. 20-2 306 Third Ave. S. Phone 1471 FEW CARS ^ THRESHED TIMOTHY 1 FOR SAuE. GOOD FEED Apply for oeliverea Prices to F. 0. Hyris & Co. Phone 1244 Lethbridge Superior Supply Co. 2nd Ave. S. and 13th Street. MINING. BUILDING & RAILWAY SUPPLIES 4 EQUIPMENT TUDHOPE ANDERSON.AND EMERSON FARM IMPLEMENTS GANG PLOWS 3ULKIES FORD TRACTOR ATTACH BUGGIES MENTS. DEMOCRATS AUTO TRAILERS CULTIVATORS BINDf.R EN3KIEI PHONE 1725-TAKE A BLUE LINE CAR Edison Phonographs THE NEW EDISON AND THE AMBEROLA We have a full range of these instruments. Prices from 48.00 to ?015.00. Cash or terms, "hourands of, records to select from. AsEiflibnia tfusic Ci, Ltl. "Everything Musical" Phone 1546 ' 315 Cth 8t. 8. Remember the Address You'll like the neat, trim hair cut you'll jpet here. WESTBROOK BROS. Opposite Bank of Montreal REBORED AND REAMED AND FITTED WITH OVERSIZE PISTONS. WE GUARANTEE SATISFACTION. 216 First Ave. 8. Phone 1732 NIVEN BROS. S16 Flut Ave. 8. Phone 17SJ A OAILY TRAIN NOW Moose Ja.w. Sa.-ih.. Jan. 11.--The announcement was made ar. noon today at-the office!; of the general superintendent of the Saskatchewan GraiVd Division of the C. T>. H. that In order to co-operate with ihi; general movement on Canadian railways to economise, tin; trl-city I'-ipress after January 20Ui would hi; made daily except Sunday train Tin. iraiu which leaves Moos'; Jaw al u-n p.m. and the similar train which leaves Saskatoon on l-iunday will be discontinued until further orders. FARMLANDS Of thf: Hudson's Ray Comiwn* Hid Cllgary ind Sdrcoctor Lsn1 CITY AND FARM MORTGAGES Iheri. Macbeth Agency years. In MOM he cauie to Toronto and became head of tho firm of Duncan, Grant and Skoans. At present he is head of the law firm of Proudfoot, Duncan and Grant. Before penning to Toronto he was County Crown Attorney of Huron, and also filled the office of Heeve for ten years. He was president of thelAVest Huron Liberal association for several years, and a director of several prominent manufacturing industries in Goderich. I Mr. Proudfoot is' also the proud j father of a son who, for his bravery ! on tho fields of Flander3, was awarded the. Military Cross^-and who-was among the first of Canada's honored sons to enlist for service at tho front. While always looked upon as one of the most progressive Liberals on the opposition side of tho Ontario legislature, after his election, it eve of adjournment for prorogation on April 2H, 1913, that he bo'cafne prominent in (he pubKc eye. On that, occasion, on the floor of the, house, Mr..! Proudfoot charged Sir James Pliny Whitney, the leader of the government, -and the Hon. W. J. Hanm provincial secretary, v:\ih 'Vorri and improper acts," following the outcome of an investigation instituted by Mr. Proudfoot before the public accounts committee, arising out ot the settlement of tho claim of Taylor, Scott and Company, Toronto, In respect of a .Central Prison � contract. . Mr. Proudfoot. made the charge on j his rasponBibilit.}' as a member of i the house,I and '.subsequently aecur-1 ed the appointment of a Royal Com-J mission to investigate tho charges. |The HUbstance of Mr. Proudfoot's charge wa� that |500 had been accepted by Mr. Hanna, as a campaign xjontrlhutlnn, and that there was manipulation or certain, tenders for supplies. Allenbury's BabyFoods We have just'received a shipment of No.'s 1, 2 and 3. I The shipment is small and all that we could secure. If yott require, this get your order in. early. We also have a large stock of. all the kinds of BABY FOODS, BOTTLES, FORTERS. NIPPLES, COM- Nyal's Hiiby Cough - Syrup.' Safe and reliable. : 25c per bottle The Frank Hedley Drug; Co. LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA inf. ui)t The Quinine That Does Not Affect Head Because of Us tonic and laxative effect, Laxative Bromo Quinine can be � taken by anyone without causing nervousness or ringing in the head. There is only one "Bromo Quinine." E W. CROVE'S signature is on box. 30c. The PYREX Pi* Plate Bakes so uniformly and quickly that pies actually taste better and do not burn'easily. There is something entirely different about a PYREX Pie-a whole-tomrneis-a want-some-more. PYREX your kitchen-It will save 70a dishes, ske}(. 100m, drudgery. Guaranteed not to break in actual oven use. Start today-buy a PYREX Pie plfito at Consumers' Hardware Co. TRY A HERALD WANT AD ;