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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - January 14, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta r Assiniboia Music Co., Ltd. 315 6th Str S. Phone NOROHE1MER PIANOS EDISON PHONOGRAPHS THBRIDGE LILY ERALD HOTEL WINDSOR EUROPEAN PLAN \ MEALS FROM 0.00 A.M. TO 8*00 P.M. WASH DAY MONDAY WE'RE ALWAYS READY TO SERVE YOU WELL ON MONDAY. AND SUGGEST COOKED MEATS DELANYS MEAT CO PHONE 452 OPPOSITE DALLAS HOTEL Appl es of nor \ Sucl \ are the one*; we arc sell i i l8- Wagncvs, Roman Beauties, Baldwins, Ontarios, Staymans, Black Twigs, Yellow Newton Pippins. All No. i s. $2.45 Delicious, No. Is, per case Any of the above, per case . . . Nova Scotia Ribston Pippins. Ony a few barrels left. We are dividing these 40 lb, lots. No. Is, per 40 lb. lot, $1.85; No. 2, per 40 lb. lot, $1.70. HIGH CLASS GROCERS CO. 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 NEXT DALLAS HOTEL Store PHOrfE 14S7 U.S. U. S. SOB. CHASERS Brave Man Who Won Coveted Decoration-Formerly With C. P. R. Here i Pte. James .Peter Robinson, Y.O., was the first Lethbridee man to win the covered war honor. The announcement was -made on Saturday telling Feed Oats very other grade as well. levator cleaned and sacked if required. olivered promptly. of the brave feat of Pte. Robinson which carried his platoon \p victory. The regrettable feature is that Pte. Robinson was killed in front of his own front line trench just at the conclusion of the attack. I>ete Robinstfe as tie was so well known in railway circles in Lethbridge was employed with the C. P. R.. fnd ran out of Lethbridge for seven years with this city as his headquarters. He was also well known in Medicine Hat, and also in Macleod where he was stationed at the time he enlisted. He enlisted as a private in an Alberta bat-taifcn when he was at Macleod. Always fearless, he showed this characteristic in battle when he attacked a German machine gun crew, killed four of them and then captured the gun, turning it on the enemy, killing many more of them, thus making the attack of his platoon a success. The report of his bravery, which resulted in the eov#fced V, C. being conferred on him concludes: '"In carrying in a wounded man he was killed in front of our treat hes." Pte. Robinson was born in Pictou,' X. S. Washington. Jan. 14.-President Frank J. Hayes and nine .other officials and members of the United M'ne Workers of America were today ordered by the supreme court to show cause why thvy should not be declared in contempt of court for violating injunctions for restraining representatives of the organisation from attempting to organize employees of the : Hitchman Coal and Coke Company, of Wheeling. W. Va. 1 The court ordered the miners off'c-ials to appear in court at noon March 4. "to show why they should not be I adjudged guilty of contempt of-the sunreme court and of its authority and jurisdiction and punished accordingly." Those, named in the proceedings are President Hayes, Vice-President John I,. Levis, and Secretary-Treasurer Green, of the T'nited-M'no Workers; John H. Moore, of Columbus, 'Ohio, 'president of district number 6; Wil-liam Roy. of Bridgeport, Ohio,-a sub-district president; and Joe Kreamer; D.W. Lewis, Petie Da roe, Mike Staf-. enaski, Steve Kachinsky, all of Marshall county. W. Va. -------- , , j The flavoring extracts which we sell, arc absolutely pure and 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. VANILUA, LEMON, ALMOND, RASPBERRY, STRAWBERRY, BANANA, PINEAPPLE, ORANGE Washington, Jan. 14.-Although the submarine chaser program of the navy department has been delayed by the slow delivery of engines, it was stated today it will be completed by- March 1. When the contracts were let it was believed the work could be done by January 1. The number of boats involved has never been made public. A considerable number are already in service, however^ some of them having been turned over to France and most of the remainder are 85 per certt complete. EVERYTHING tOR THE OFFICE L1XY ANI> DISTRICT 25c Bottle The Red Cross Drug and Book Co. Phone 555 I Masonic Meeting A regular meeting of North Star Lodge No. 4, A.F, and A.M., tonight. Visitors cordially welcomed. Annua! Meeting Knox Churcrl The annual meeting of the congre-; gation of Knox Church will be held on ! Wednesday evening, January 23rd. JUST ARRIVED Diar^Sooks and Stands for 1918 Loose Leaf Ledgers Loose Leaf Memo and Price Synoptics 10 to 2'4 Columns. Ledgers and Cash Books, all Prices. SPECIALS Adding Machines and Supplies Check Writers Stapling Machines Typewriters Office Furniture SINNOTT EVERALL & FRANKS LOCK, COR. FOURTH AVE. & FIFTH ST, 3. PHONE 1107 ats for Seed. RKETS Reported Gassed Pte. P. D. Winsor of Lethbridge. who-enlisted with the 03rd battery, is reported today as having been gassed I in a recent action. Iberta's Best. ry Our ^ervice. James Richardson & Sons, Ltd. 201 SHERLOCK BLDG. FOR SALE We are in a position to make prompt shipment of several cars of TIMOTHY and UPLAND PRAIRIE HAY. Any orders placed �wlth us will receive our immediate attention. Write-Wire op Phone 1865 Lethbridge, or M1922 Calgary str0ng&d0wler 403 Fifth St., Lethbridge 301 Grain Exchange, Calgary, Alberta 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. Winnipeg. Jan. 14.-The market was [ extremely quiet today and very little trading was done In the cash market. This was owing principally to the lightness of-, the receipts and offerings, as the demand was keen for both oats and barley. Spreads were unchanged in oats, with the exception* of i 2 C. W. which was at 3 c oyer May. t Oats futures closed l4c lower for May and unchanged for July. BarAy closed l-kc down for ^l*y. ; | Flax closed �'U c lower for both months. j Winnipeg Market j Oats-Old Contract: Open Close , ;May........ i New Contract: May........ July ...... Barley- May ............ 149V. /Flax - Jan............. - Ma}'  -  ... oup, issure Harris Finger tips cracked and sore, catching thread, yarn, etc., nothing more annoying or painful. i Gen. Supt. Cameron Here. , General Superintendent Cameron of j the C. F. K. came down from Calgary this afternoon to make a short tour Of the Lethbridge division. Lethbridge Division Has Shipped 14 Million Bus. Since 1st of September c REME VELVA � # * V 83% i t 3 49% ! i -324% Feed No. ?> C. W. * * 4 * 81 �f* 81 ao. 2 Feed No. 4 4 -V* 3S-**-' ............ 33Hi Cash Prices Oats- iXo. 2 c. W: Extra No. 1 No. 1 Feed.. Barley- No. 3 ......143% Rejected and Feed ........... 120 Flax- No. 1 X. W. C,...............324tfc No. 2 C. W. S2P/2 No. 3-C. W. 303^ New York Stocks Xew York, Jan. 14.-Closing sales: C. P. R., 137 1-2; U.S. Steel, SO 1-4; U. S. Steel preferred, 108 3-4. T t *?4 -is an ever present help in such conditions, well .worked in before the hands are quite dried after washing in hot water. For very obstinate and extreme-cases we "have, "MECHANICS HAND LOTION" That is never failing. EACH 25c A BOTTLE Samples for the Askiny. J. D. Hig rblhara & Co Limited Tke 13^�95tJC Star* "Alberta's Pioneer Druggists" Wholesale and Retail Chemists. TELEPHONE No'. 322 Provincial Meeting of Veterans The provinc'nl meeting of the Great i War Veterans will be held in Edmon-j ton commencing tomorrow. '"Harold 1 Jiighibotham and Thos. Longworth are of the c P r^ has shipped since the the delegates appointed to represent {beginnillK of the new crop year, last According to figures gathered by the board of trade for the annual report of that organization, Southern Alberta as served by the Lethbr dge division 1 the Lethbridge branch. Curling Tonight Owing to several rinks being broken-un by ijio curlers going to Ferule "spiel, and jthers going to. the Grand Opera. th*ro will be no scheduled games tonight but all sheets will be available Tor .scratch games. tug September 1st, approximately 14,o00> 000 bushels- of all grains of which about 12,500,000 is wheat. This com- j shipped. This, put.s Noblel'ord the bushels of grain from the 1.917 crop is not doubted. It is stated tbrft'Stavely alone has 500,000 bushels more to ship. So far Barons is the leading Bhipper, having sent forward more than 800.00U bushels, mostly wheat. Carmangay comes next w'.th more than 700,000. Word from Nohleford is that about t;25,f)0(> bushel*-, have" already been Was Badly Injured Billy Carter of the Lethbridge Mcr-i cantile Co. staff had his chest badly ; crushed on Friday last when a pile ( of orange cases collapsed on him. It ; it understood he is progressing favor-i ably. pares very favorably with l&lfi. and is believed to be somewhat ahead of the same i>eriod of 1015. Just at present all shipments to the head of the lakes arc under an em-hargo, but indications are (hat in the spr ng the wheat movement will once more be heavy. That Southern Alberta will market at least. 25,000.000 third on the list of big shipper:; in the south and naturally Nobleford c't-teens are greatly pleased with (he wonderful showing of ,tho;r district. One feature of the it port on the grain movement, is the v�ry small amount of coarse grains shipped out, this being only about 1,500,000 bushels or little more than 10 per cent. i Fell Three Stores ! The little child of Mr. and Mrs. Daly ! in the Dominion Block, fell three stor-j '.as to the ground this afternoon while ' playirtg at the entrance to theNjiaU on the third floor but was consciqus when picked 'up. and was apparently net 1 greatly injured. Dr. Hoy was called in however. The little g'rl evidently got out of the hall entrance .some way, and fell the -sheer three stories to the : ground. 1917. VALUED 363 MILL1 ANNOUNCEMENTS To Cure a Cold In One Da$ Take LAXATIVE BROMO QUININE Tablets. Druggists refund money if it fails to cure, E. W. *GRO|rE'S signa ture is on each box.* 30c, FEW CARS THRESHED TIMOTHY FOR SAl.�. GOOD FEED Appf> for aelivered Prices to F. 0. Hyde & Co. Phone 1244 Lethbrfdga A dance will be held in Burgman'a Hall, Tuesday night. Dancing from S to ,12. 2$-2 The Daughters and Maids of England are holding a Whist Drive and Dance in the S. O. E. hall on Wednesday night {the lGth) at 8.15. Miss Arnold will play for the dancing. Prices of admission 25 cents for ladies, and 50 cents for gentlemen. * 2S- j Winnipeg, Jan. 14.-In making its annual summary of the agricultural production of the prairie provinces this morning, the Free Press estimates the total fcr 191? at $363/JG4,333 as com- � New Departure A new departure has just boon inaugurated by the Hudson's Dav Com- pany in connection w'th their Grocery pared with $258,010,6S1 for 1JH>; ?2;j4,-| Department, ^intends to issue daily, 102,954 for 1915; and $140,�i09J>3;i for rin this pap or, It price list giving par tic-  19M. ulars of items specially priced for the � The principal increases over 191(> following day's selling. We need not were in wheat and cattle, the former �� To Prevent The Grip Colds cause Grip-LAXATIVE BROMO QUININE. Tablets remove! the cause. There is only one "Bromo Quin-ivine." E. W. GROVE'S signature on box. 30c. FIRE DOORS art a great protection and should be used wherever possible whether (he law requires them or not. We ca u equ 1 p your building with fire doors at moderate cost or anything in the line of rheet metal work. There Is no tiling in this kind Of work that we do not undertake. Expert workmanship guaranteed. Family Portraiture .it Make it an annual duty to yourselves to have your children's photo taken. You will be creating abiding pleasures for your later yean*. Smith's Studio 906 Third Ave. 8. Phone 1471 You'll like the neat, trifc | hair cut you'll get here. WESTS ROOK BROS. Opposite Bank of Montreal emphasize, to all householders the 'm-, jportance of studying this price list each day. and taking advantage of the opportui\\'\es for savings it affords. Th's announcement will ajways be found on ihe top right hand corner of page five Look at it in this i.'-sue and note the pr'cns quoted for Tuesday'** selling. -Advt. showing an increase exceeding $77,-000,000 and the latter over $27,000,000. Coarse grains showed a decrease of almost $5,000,100. Following are the figures for UH7: * * # t + Wheat Oats Har'oy . -. Flax . -, . Rye .. . Screenings 4 * * f *   * ! 4 4 * t * 4 i The Dixon Sheet Metal Co. REAR STAFFORD BLOCK LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA Ed :son Y EXTEND Jan. 14.- 1/ is understood scop*; of the inquiry into the j Superior Supply Co. ffnii Ave, S. and 13th 8treet MINING. BUILDING & RAILWAY SUPPLIES & EQUIPMENT TUOHOPE ANDERSON AND EMERSON FARM IMPLEMENT* GANG PLOWS SULKIES BUGGIES \ DEMOCRATS CULTIVATORS PHONE 1725-TAKE FORO TRACTOR ATTACH MENT6. AUTO TRAILERS BINDfR ENGKiL'i BLUE Llff� CAR Phon ographs h 4 THE NEW EDISON AND THE AMBEROLA We have a? full range of these instruments. Prices from .$48.00 to $6l&.00. Cash or terms. 4 Thousands.of .records- to select from. Assiniboia Kusic Co., Ltd. "Everything Muilcal" Pnone 1545 315 6th St. S. Remerpber the Address Halifax that the Mont J3]ane-Jmo collision of Decem-her has hf�/.*n extended to permit of j inquiry into some -oIiHs .which were i not taken up hy Judge Urysdale'8 | roust of inquiry at the sessions already held. The court will resume its hear-i iii� on Junuuvv 21, * REBORED AND REAMED AND FITTED WITH OVERDUE PISTONS, WE GUARANTEE SATISFACTION. 2H First Ave. S, Phone 1732 MVEN BkOS. Fli�t Ave. S. Total Dairy products Winnipeg ft-.ock yards Calgary stcck yards Edmonton stock yards * 4 * *  + 4 4 09,160 nj.KtJCiinft (i.20-1,472 8.o4r�,o:M 175,075 205,500 # $L'70;^-17,lMO $11.-105,031 :i!),,320,5a.d to remain closed because no one tjualJfied or unqualified could he persuaded to take them. Thia condition existed, according to Hon. .1. U. Doyle, nVinifiter of education, ip^splte of the fact that every means known wan taken to interest teachers to come to Alberta. 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-sQirieness-a Want-some- zno>e� PYREX your kitchen-it will save you dishes, shelf-room, drudgery. Guaranteed not to break in actual, oven U3C. Start today - buy a FY REX Pm plate'at Con: timers' Jtfardu are Use PYREX every day \ \ ;