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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - January 12, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta Assiniboia Music Co., Ltd. 315 6th Str S. Phone 15-50 NORDHEIMER PIANOS EDISON PHONOGRAPHS lethbridge daily herald HOTEL W'INJDiOR EUROPEAN PLAN MEALS FROM 6.00 A.M. TO 8.00 P.M. WASH DAY MONDAY WE'RE ALWAYS READY TO SERVE YOU WELL ON "MONDAY, AND SUGGEST COOKED MEATS DELANYSMEATCO  PHONE 452 OPPOSITE DALLAS HOTEL Place Your 'Grocery (Wcr Early OUR STORE WILL BE OPEN HEREAFTER ON SATURDAYS UNTIL 9.00 P.M. Choice No. t B. C. Apples. Wsfjners. Staymsns, Grimes Golden. Baldwins, Ontnrios, Romsn Beauties. Per case .----................ $2.4n No. 1*Oelicious. jer esse ............... $2.75 t Novn Scotia Ribrstons, No. Is, per barrel..'. $5.50 Per 40 lb. lot ........................... SI 85 No. 2s, per barrel .._____................ 55.00 Per '10 lb. lot ........9................ $1.70 mp Oivnges, Only a few boxes left, per box $1.10 Naval Or.inrjes, good color, juicy and sweet, per d02,en....................40c, 50c, 60c and 75c Fiesh Oysters, Coast Sealed kind, all solid meats. Fresh let just in. . E{jfT>, Brookfield branch" ,Excellent quality. You on boil these if you like. Per dozen ..... 65c Oleomargarine, Swift's Premium, our first shipment just In. 1 lb. cartons ................ 40c Plum Puddings, Wagstaffes, 1 lb. crocks. Special while they last........................... 40c Sweet Potatoes, per lb...................... 10c Fresh Celery, expected for tomorrow, per lb. 15e HIGH-CLASS GROCERS OFFICE SUPPLIES BLANK BOOKS. DIARIES. BILL 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 Store NEXT DALLAS HOTEL PHONE 1487 the good co. PHONE 5 2 5 % CHI AMI* DMTKICT Frequenter Fined .1. Lent?; appeared in city police court on a. charge of frequenting a disorderly'house, to wit. a gamine: house, and was fined ?20 and cost?. >T. Steele who appeared on a charge of attempted rape was remanded again till Holiday. Badly Burned Macleod Xews: On Thursday last Baby Hatton, aged 15 months, was taken to the Hospital suffering with severe burns about the hands, face end neck. It appears that the mother. Mrs. A. Hatton, had just poured some boiling grease into a tin. when the l)�by fame along and pulled it from the table, the contents splashing the head and face of the unfortunate infant. Again in the Position At a recent meeting of the directors Mr. Fritz Sick was appointed mnniis-!ing director of the Lethbridge Brew-Hng and Malting Co.. after having ; been out of that position for six i months. Mr. Sick hopes to be able to j do ii big business in soft drinks and ! temperance beer during the coming ! summer. Feed Oats f^very other grade ss well. fTMevator cleaned and sacked 12/ if required. J)el\vtrcd promptly. (^ats for Seed. j\ tberta's Best. Try Our ,Jj(eTvice- 1 James Richardson & Sons, Ltd. 201 SHERLOCK BLDG. | O. 8. Edgett Called to Colors ! M. P. Johnston. American consular ; agent here, is having a busy time as | a result'of the U. S. plan of elassifica- NEW YORK STOCKS New York, Jan. 12.-Closing sales: C. P. R. 1371,2; V. S. Steel 92%; U. S. Steel preferred 109. 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, f OFFICE SUPPLIES, "QUALITY STATIONERY Latest Styles. Correct Forms. /Do You Sing? Yes! Then why not have some of your favorite songs with player roll accompaniment for your player-piano. Mason & Risch, Limited, ffalmoral j Block, have all the favorites and will ; be glad to sing them for you. You will '; be pleased with their collection of j songs from Bond, Tosti. Cadman, and : other popular composers-you will en-i joy hearing how these selections car. j be made to respond to the voice.-Art. Spirella Goods MADt TO ORDER $3.50 up Phone 582 Miss Khapp ROOM 6, DOMINION BLDG. FIRE DOORS are a great protection and should be used wherever possible whether the law requires.' them "or not. We can equip yotir huildlng with fire doors at. moderate cost or anything in the line of sheet metaK work. There is nothing in-- this kind of work that we do not undertake. Expert workmanship guaranteed. The Dixon Sheet Metal Co. REAR STAFFORD BLOCK LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA Family Porlraiiur& Make it an annual duty to yourselves to have your children's photo tafcen. You will be creating abiding pleasures for your-, later years. Smith's Studio 306 Third Ave. 8. Phone 1471 Superior Supply Co. 2nd Ave. S. and 13th Street MINING. BUILDING & RAILWAY SUPPLIES 4 EQUIPMENT TUDHOPE ANDER8ON AND EMERSON FARM IMPLEMENTS GANG PLOWS SULKIE8 FORD TRACTOR ATTACH BUGGIES MENTS. DEMOCRATS , AUTO TRAILERS CULTIVATORS BINDER ENGUlEl PHONE 1725-TAKE A BLUE LINE CAR Edison Phonographs THE NEW EDISON AND THE AMBEROLA We have a full range of these instruments. Priced from $48.00 to $M5.00. Cash or terms. Thousands of records to select from. Assiniboia Im Co., Ltd. "Everything Musical" /frene 1545 315 6th St. S. Remember the /MWrcss The flavoring extracts which we sell ar(- absolutely pure am! of extra strength and far superior to the ordinary goods Why risk the Success of your cooking by using substitute flavorings for the real extracts when you can get the genuine extracts from us at any time. VANILLA, LEMON, ALMOND, RASPBERRY, STRAWBERRY, BANANA, PINEAPPLE, ORANGE 25c Bottle The Red Cross Drug and Book Co. Phone 555 Cadets at Wesley The Boy's Cadets will attend service Jn Wesley Church on SundaV morning and the pastor will give a special sermon -to the boys!* Returns From Front Bte. M. Crainiey. of the 10th battalion, arrived in the city this morning unexpectedly, his return having been looked for for soma time. Open New School ' The new consolidated school at Milk River will, be officially opened Tuesday. It is expected that the minister of education will be present. j N , -  I "Sells Out \ S. T. LeBlanc has sold out his interests rn the Alexandra Cigar stand to Jack Stokes of Calgary, and Bert Moore, formerly of Oil's has returned to Lethbridge to take charge of it for the new proprietor. A New Record . J. J. Wakelin. of the North Ward, established ;t now record during the recent mild spoil he not only was able to dig up his whole garden ready for the spring, but actually planted alt his parsnips. EVERYTHING FOR THE OFFICE JUST ARRIVED Dhsry Books and Stands for 1918 Loose Leaf Ledgers Loose Leaf Memo and Price Books Synoptics TO to 24 Columns. Ledgers and Cash Books, all Prices. SPECIALS Adding Machines and Supplies Check Writers Stapling Machines Typewriters Office Furniture EVERALL & FRANKS SINNOTT BLOCK, COR. FOURTH AVE. & FIFTH ST. S. PHONE 1107 Rough, Fissured Bands Finger tips cracked 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 ;ire quite dried after washing i:i hot water. For very obstinate �Ud extreme cases we have, "MECHANICS HAND LOTION" That is never failing. EACH 25c A BOTTLE Samples for the Asking. J. DrHigiflba.'iam&Co Limited Jtor* "Alberta's Planter Druggists" Wholesale and Retail Chemist*. TELEPHONE No. 322 L. 0^ L. 6SS All members are requested to attend at the Salvation Army Hall, r>th Street, on Sunday afternoon at 2 p.m. to pay their* last respects to our late Brother Samuel Shaw, who departed .from among us on January 10th. For Halifax Relief The Canadian Bank of Commerce acknowledges the receipt o't $15.00 I for the Halifax Relief Fund from the I Lethbridge High School, being the proceeds of the. high school commencement entertainment. Rush for Auto Licenses Funeral Mr. Shaw The department of public works j The funeral of the late Samuel office in the Sherlock building is1 a . ghaw wi, t;lke p,a^ Sun(lay aflcr. busy place these days owing to the 1 - . rush for automobile licenses. Last:"00" nt i P.m. from the Salvation year over 2,000 were sold through the local office, h'.x .n lications are that this number will be greatly ex army hall. A sister and brother of .Mr. Shaw reside in Niagara Kalis, X. V. A wife and four small children ssur- eeeded this-year. New Medical Board It is understood a new medical ftbop.rd. composed mostly of local officers, will take the place of the present board under Capt. Bayfield here next week. The personnel of the now board has not yet been officially announced. Open to Public The officials of the Poultry Show, which opens at the poultry building, fair grounds, on Tuesday, announce that the show will be thrown open to the public, no admission being charged. There will be about i200 birds on exhibit. Be Early In order to facilitate th� handling of the great crowds which-.will be in attendance at the ?.Iajegtic Theatre on Monday night, on the occasion of the visit of the San Carlo Grand Opera Company, the management of the theatre are respectfully asking all patrons to kindly be a.1 the. theatre sharp at 7.30. when the doors will open. The opera will start sharp at S.15, and positively no one will he seuied during (he progress of the various scenes. A r.'mibcr of choice seats may still be purchased at the box office. Unclaimed reservations will not be held after noon on Monday. FEW CAR3 THRESHED TIMOTHY FOR SAcE. GOO.D FEED Apply for delivered Prices to F. 0. Hyde & Co. Phone 1244 Lethbridge You'll like the neat, trim hair cut you'll get here. WESTBROOK BROS. Opposite Bank of Montreal ANNOUNCEMENTS Don't forget, the Bis Dance in Burg-mann'B Hall on .Saturday 12th. Gents. 75c. Ladies free. 26-2 Dominion Rehelfh Lodge. No. 41, are holding a dance Monday night, January 11th. Invitations are issued to both ladies and gentlemen aud must be presented at the door. Prices ladies and gentle'-ent. $1.00. Extra lady 50c. There will-be a street car after the datiCe for both north and south sides. 26-2 O t,. �: * : * ? : � * j THE FORUM* Are hereditary titles' good, > , bad or otherwise, /or'our coun- ? \ try? This is a subject that ? will be disciissi.t! in ail Us phas- consideration thai this subject ? is not worth mucii attention, the fallacy of such a view. If touches fundamentals, and holds a similar position of im- > portancc to the public as does ft the subject of votes for women. ? Mr. \V. A. It. Cocq will ex- > pound the value of Hereditary > Titles at the Forum at 3 p.m. > Sunday at the Slarland theatre. > * After the address 'tile meeting late at Consumers' Hardware Co. ;