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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - January 15, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta \ Assiniboia Music Co., Ltd. 315 6th Str S. Phone 15*5 NOROHEIMER PIANOS EDISON PHONOGRAPHS, LETHBRIDGE ILY HERALD HOTEL WINDSOR EUROPEAN PLAN MEALS FROM 8.00 A.M. TO 8.00 P.M. up iiality FOR TCM0RROW A Full Line of Smoked and Fresh fish DELANYS MEAT �IFTH ST. S. OPPOSITE DALLAS HOTEL PHONE -15 Lovely Christmas-Time Hymn Tlir addition nf bells to the Neapolitan Trie. flute, violin ami harp, prove.-. remarkably effective in the delightful :irr.mi;cine!i- o/ the Uuely Christmas hvim:. "Silent Night. !b>ly Nis-ht." The melody is played thr Any of the above, per case . . . $2.4S Delicfeas, No. Is, per case .... $2.75 Nova Scotia Ribston Pippins. Ony a few tar? els 'eft. We are dividing these up into 40 \b. lots. No. Is, per 40 ib. lot, $1.83; No. 2, per 40 lb. lot, $1.70. HIGH-CLASS GROCERS THE GOOD CO. PHONE 5 2 5 STOP THAT BARK WITH v Penslar White Pine and Sftruce Balsam If you have a stubborn cough and your lungs are inflamed and your air passages irritated, this splendid cough syrup will afford the relief you s-.-ek promptly and without any harmful after effects. Penslar White Pine and Spruce Balsam is a healing remedy composed of White Pine Bark. Spruce Gum, Tamarac Bark. Wild Cherry and other ingredients of recognized metit. A bottle of this effective remedy will soon rid you of that harassing cough, and for your pro- j lection the formula is on everv label. SETTLEMENT PUN Edmonton. -.Ian. 15.- The annual convention of the Great War Veterans of Aiberta started the first meeting of the series this liioruintt when Alderman O. Bush made an address of welcome on behalf of the city. There were eighteen delegates present representing Kduumtoti. Calgary, lied Deer. L-ethbridge and YVamwrighf. Committees on the following matters were appointed protein: resolutions, land, constitution, appeal, finance, employment. A motion was passed appointing a i committee to draw up a telegram to ! the prime minister requesting immediate action on the land settlement bill j and that a reply be delivered to the , convention before it adjourned. This ' was in order that veterans might get on the land as soon as possible. MARKETS AVinnipeg. Jan. IS.--There is a continued good demand for all coarse grains, -but the offerings are very light and there is little doubt but what the holders of stocks are waiting for higher prices before selling. The demand for cash barley re-ntr.ins very strong, with prices firm and offerings light. The flax market was very quiet and offerings practically nil. ; Oat futures closed unchanged for j May and \ic higher for July. Barley closed down for May. Flax closed 9%c lower for January and 4}�c lower for May. WINNIPEG MARKET CASED IN ICE Halifax. Jan. 15.-Cased in ice. the body of an unknow�-b'oy. an explosion victim, was found today in the debris of a cattle shed in Richmond. Oatt- Open Close Otd Contract: S5H New contract: May......... ... S5-S431 July......... ... 83 S 3 '".'s Barley- Mav ......... ... 1�% 1431-4 Flax- 315 325 Penslar sold and and Spruce White Pine in two sizes. 25c only at Penslar GET YOURS TODAY AT The Kenny & Aflin Co. Ltd. THE W**66*f Store LETHBR1DGE Feed Oats jf^very other grade as well. JTVevator cleaned and sacked 12/ if required. /5e'iverec* promptly. ^)at� for Seed. ^Iberta's Best. ^TVy Our i jervice. James R chardson & Sons, Ltd. 201 SHERLOCK BLDG. CASH PRICES Oats- Xo. 2 C.W....SSia Extra 1 feed ... Xo. 1 Jeed.. .77"s Barley Xo. 3 C.W. Xo. 2 Feed. � -S2*s � .Sl-;s ..74*8 Xo. Flax-No. 1 X. w. c. No. 2 C.W.. .317 143i-i No. 4 ......13S1A No. .......320 3 C.W.. . 299 C. VV. MANSON PHONE 613 The Twentieth Century Book Store LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA, CANADA WE WILL BE, GLAD TO ORDER AND DELIVER IF NOT IN STOCK. ANY BOO* PUBLISHED. OFFICE SUPPLIES, QUALITY STATIONERY Latest Styles. Correct Forms. NEW YORK STOCKS New York. Jan. 15.-Closing sales: C. P. R. 132V4; X". S. Steel 90; II. S. Steel preferred IOS'4. | Winnipeg Livestock. j Winnipeg, Jan. 15.-Receipts at the I Union Stock Yards today were 150! 1 cattle and 387 hogs. ! Cattle steady, butcher steers $7.00 to $11.50; heifers. ?6.75 to $10.00: cows $4.00 to $9.50; bulls ?;>.50 to J8.50; oxen. $5.00 to $8.75; stockers and feeders $7.00 to $9.00; calves $6.75 to $11. Hogs steady, selects $18.25; heavies, $13.50 to $14.50; sows ?12.00 to ?14.00; j lights, $14.00 to $15.50. * j - ^ | Concerned About Ice Suppjy Ice dealers in the. city are concerned about the Ice supply. The early i break-up of the river and the follow- j ing piling up of ice in the usual ice j fields has practically put that source i out of the question. Investigation of | the river for three miles either wa"'( from the city leaves little to be ex- , peeled from tti^t source, and now ! Henderson Lake is being investigated. j Ice secured from that source would j be used only for refrigerating pur^j poses. There is a possibility that ice ; for household use, where it would be 1 used Tor drinking purposes, may have \ to come by rail from Crows Nest La^ke. j in that case users may expect a big boost in the- prices next summer. The j usual ice harvest in Lethbridge is about G000 tons. FIRE DOORS are a great , protection and should be used wherever possible whether the law requires them or not. We can equip your building with fire doors at moderate cost or anything in the line of sheet metal 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 Keeping The Quality Up. LAXATIVE I5ROMO QUININE, the World-Famous Curs for Colds and Grip, is now 30c per box. On account of the a/lvance in the price of the six different Medicinal, Concentrated Extracts and Chemicals contained in LAXATIVE BROMO QUININE; it was necessarv. to increase (he price to the Druggist. It has stood the test for a Quarter of a Century. It is used by every Civilized Nation. -^ rr: � . FAMILY PORTRAITURE Make it an annua! duty *� yourselvess to have your children's photo taken. You will bo creating r.biding pleasures for your later years. Smith's-Studio 906 Third Ave. S. Phone 1471 ( Superior Supply Co. ?.nd Ave. 3. and 13th Street. MINING. BUILDING & RAILWAY SUPPLI28 S. EQUIPMENT TUDHOPE ANDERSON AND EMERSON FARM IMPLEMENT* GANG PLOW8 SULKIES FORD TRACTOR ATTmCH BUGGIES MENTS. DEMOCRATS AUTO TRAILERS CULTIVATORS BINOTR ENGKIEt PHONE 172&-TAKE A BLUE LINE CAR "I J V Edison Phonographs THE NEW EDI80N AND THE AMBEROLA \ We-have a full range of these instruments. Prices from $48.00 to ?615.00. Cash or terras.. housands of records to select from. P.sfiniboio ffosic Co., Ltl "Everything Musical" Phone 1545 315 6th St. 6. Remember the Address tatocralic AND DISTRICT Bnrons Barrister. Jos. Donovan, barrister of Barons, is. in the city today attending District Court. onitry The price of c-g.cs place?, poultry in the plutocratic class. As a money maker the ben has become a top-notcher. If your hens arc not turning out dollars for you .hey should rbe encouraged with some of our POULTRY FOODS and egg-making materials. We aro agents for the following well known poultry supplies. PRATT'S ROYAL PURPLE SOVEREIGN NYALS The Red Cross Drug and Bock Co. Phone 555 ..Retailer to Meet ' An important meeting of the retail section of the board of trade will be held tomorrow night (Wednesday), at S o'clock. Special Meeting Court Unity A. O. F'. will hold a special meeting tomorrow (Wednesday) at 7.30 in R. B. Morden's store. Every member is asked to attend, as important business will come up for discussion. For Red Cross The Hon. Treas., lied Cross Society, acknowledges with thanks: Misses Bateman,  Hot-spool. Knnpp and Lin-gard, $15.00; Miss E. J. Blagburn, Talent money. $5.00; M. Goodman, $20; Mrs. C. Smith, per Mrs. Davidson. $1; per Mrs. J. Rutherford, Iron Springs, $100.00. Meet the Hotelkeeper^ In order to settle what should be the amount of the license fee on hotels and boarding and rooming bouses, the city council this morning invited the hotelkeepcrs and others interested to meet the council next Monday morning at ten o'clock. The city is empowered io license all houses of public, accommodation by a special act of the legislature passed at the last session. WE SPECIALIZE IN OFFICE EQUIPMENT Typewriters-Bought, Sold, Rented and Repaired. All makes. Check Writers, Envelope Sealers, Stamp Affixers, Adding Machines. Office Desks, Typewriter Desks, Vertical Filing Cabinets, Transfer Cases and Boxes. Legal Forms, Loose Leaf Systems, Counter Check Books and Blank Books of all kinds. A FULL LINE OF OFFICE STATIONERY. EVERALL & FRANKS SINNOTT BLOCK, COR. FOURTH AVE. & FIFTH ST. S.JPHONE 110, Pleasant, Effective, Safe Easy to give to the kiddies as it isn't a bit Jikejnedicine. Good for grown-ups also. REXAIL CHERRY BARK SYRUP 25c, 50c aad $1.00 1 D. Higrby'iara & Co 1 � Limited " 1 The *$&gaM "Alberta's Pioneer Druggists" Wholesale and Rstatl Chemist*. TELEPHONE No. 322 Soldiers From Southern Alberta. Amongst the returned soldiers who reached Calvary from overseas last week were H. T. Bowtell. Bow Isfand," Fte.. V. Brady. Taber; I'te. M. Cranny,\ Lothbridge; Sapper T. Crawford, Frank; Sapper T. W. Dewar, Clares-holm; I'te. A. Hall, Lnthbr'dge; Pte. A. Hudson, Magrath; Pte. E. Little-wood. MF.cIeod; Sergt. R. Muxworthy, Lctiibridge; Pte. Strangling Wolf, Macleod; Pte. P. V.'ealherbie. Champion. I FOUND IN CASE OF AN ALLEGED SPY and returning with prisoners.' "Similar patrol activity prevailed^ in" die coastal sector, enemy parties being dispersed by our artillery fire, near Meze'rah, 16 3-2 jniles east-of Jaffa, .and encounters have;, taken place north of Arsuf, 10 1-2 milks north of Jaffa, on the coast. "Snow fell in Bethlehem on Januarv WON'T LIMIT SIZE OF NEWSPAPERS Baltimore, Mil., Jan. 1.5.-Two large I boxes filled with documents belonging | to Lieut. Walter Spoe.rmaim, alleged i German spy arrested at Norfolk and understood to be on his way to Baltimore lor a lien ring in the federal court, were seized by the police in West Fayette street. The papers were found in the room of Marius Asch, 3f, German enemy alien. Asch was arrested. At the office of United Stales Marshal Charles H. Stoekham, Asch said that Spoermann approached him the latter part of last month and asked him to take care of two boxes for him. He declared that lie did not know the nature of the con tout s.' Asch was the Second person to bo arrested here in connection with the case. Frederick H. Spoermann, a brother of Walter, was taken into ctts-today last night. He was technically tor is indicated in the very large nutii-' "hai'�ccl wltH violating the president's bar pr.--.-r.:. and lite company nfonus 1 ^/-'lamatlon by changing Ins resilience the Herald that the demand'lias been ! .v:'iUl0U,t, n0,llc? lo, tll(r fo'cral authon- More High Bred Slock L.tthrop and Delany, who are undertaking quite an important venture In the purebred livestock business at Coledale have recently added a number of registered shorthorn cattle and Berkshire hogs to their herds. 'Mr. Lathrop attended the annual fat stock show at Chicago last month and is leaving this week to look over a herd of purebred Shorthorns in the State of Washington. Washington. Jan. 15.-The senate as a committee cf the whole today.accepted the amendment of Senator Jones of Washington, limiting newspapers to 1(i pages, SO days after the approwl of the resolution. The senate Inter rejected, 5:s to 4, Senator Jones' amendment limiting newspapers - to 16 pages. Tractor School Seventy young men are enrolled in the International Harvester Co. school for practical instruction all this week. The School opened this morning with Mr. Tanner, the company's tractor expert from Regina in charge. ,- The widespread use of the small farm trae- | CARD OF THANKS .Air. S, II. Shaw, jr., wishes to thank iiie many friends tor kindnesses during his recent sad bereavement in the loss of his father and to voice his appreciation for the flowei;s sent by L. O.A. Lodge 10f)6, aiid the services rendered by the Salvation Army. 29-1 ANNOUNCEMENTS A dance will be hold in Burgman's Hall, Tuesday night. Dancing from S to 13. ' 2'8-2 so great that another school will he held from tHo 4th to the !Hh ot February. I lies. He denies having had any con nection with his brother's alleged activities. FEW CARS THRESHED TIMOTHY FOR SAuE. GOOD FEED Apply for delivered Prices to F. 0. Hyde & Co. Phone 1244 Lethbridgs You'll like the neat, trim hair cut you'll get here. WESTBROOK BROS. Opposite Bank of Montreal Colored Folk in Trouble A regular plantation row last night resulted in (.Hen Lomnx, colored, appearing before Magistrate Elton in the city police court this morning, rhwrit ifsyaul'ing and occr don-ing borl'ly luit ni on the person of Am-�, i;rn .i Knox, olso -colored. Charles ' I ilrower. liko.wi.--o colored, appeared '- | charged wiih a'd'mg and abetting Glen N j Lomax fo I'nraiii'i the assault. lirower  also v;is called Lo answer a charge of using alius;.-!; language to Robert, Grey. The colored tribe wore well ; represented by )'>ual talent, and th WELL KNOWN MINISTER ? IS DEAD > Baltimore, Md., Jan. 14.- ? Rev. -James Frederick Barker, ? � 71, retired minister of tbe Bap- > list Church, died at the home ? of h's son, Ik. IJlewelyn F. ? Barker, of the Johns Hopkins nronia. Rev. Air. Barker was a ? Canadian by birth and lived ? mostly in He was a REBORED AND REAMED AND FITTED WITH OVERSIZE PISTONS. WE GUARANTEE SATISFACTION. 216 First Ave. S. Phone 1732 NIVEN BROS. J*,6 Flut Ave. S. Phon� 17'J? REPORT ACTIVITY London, .Tan. 15.- The following official report in regard to the military operations in Palestine was made today: '�Dcsp'to adverse weather conditions, our air service with'n tbe past few days bus executed bombing raids on the enemy airdrome al Jonnin, SO, miles southeast of Haifa, and on the. Amman station, on the Hedjaz railway, 47 miles northeast of Jerusalem.-In each case many hits of the objectives were observed. Two of our machines aro mifts'ng. "fa the sector about Jerusalem there, has been considerable patrol activity, notably around UJ-?.h, nine miles north of the city; Mar Saba, 7 1-2 miles southeast; Joba, � 1-2 miles jiortb-northeast; and Mukhtnas, _ 4 miles north-northeast. At the last mentioned locality our troops successfully raVied an �noSY post, clearing a village The.' Daughters and plaids of England are holding a Whist Drive and Dance in the S. O. E. hall on Wcdnos- \ day night (the Kithf at 8.15. Miss Arnold'for theTdancJiig. Prices of admission 25 cents for ladies, and 50 cents for* gentlemen. 28-3 Piles Cured in 6 to 14 Days. ! Druggists refund money if PAXO OINTMENT fails to cure Itching, Blind, Bleeding or Protruding Piles. First application gives relief. 50c. I WATCH FOR EVELYN NESBIT THAW IN "REDEMPTION" EMPRESS NEXT WEEK 2.4.4V' LANDS Of the Hudson's nay Compsef tud Calgary ind Sdroontoe Lanl Co. CITY AND FARM MORTGAGES 1 he H. Macbeth N Agency The PYREX Pie Plate Bakes so uniformTy and quickly tjiat pies actually taste better and do not bum easily. There is something entirely different about a PYRE^Pie-a Whole-somefteM-a ,want-sdme-more.  PYREX your; kitchen-it '�will save you dishes, shelf-room, drudgery. Guaranteed not to . break in actual oven 'use. Statt-today-buy a FYREX Pic.plate at Consumers' Hardware Co. PYREX every day ;