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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 15, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta ^ Astiniboia Music Co., Ltd. 815 6th�r.�. Phone 1545 , : NORDHEIMER PIANOS EDIBON PHONOGRAPHS AILY HERALD � �UROPBAN PLAN' V MBAL8 'FR(JM''e,00 A,MMO^B.OO W*. FORTCMORROW A Ful! Line of Smoked and Fresh Fish. DELANY!^ MEAT CO. OPPOSITE DALLAS HdxEL FIFTH ST. S. PHONE 452 Lovely Chpstmas-Time Hymn y " Tlip addition of bells to the Neopol-1 Itan Trio, flute, violin and harp, proves ' remarkably effective in (lie deliglifful j arrangement of the lovely Christmas ' lijnnc. "Slfent Night. Holf Xighl." The ; melody/is lilayed three times, each' time with a different combination of Instrument: first the violin, takes the lead, then the bells, and finally" the flute. The variety is delightful. Jlasou & Risch Limited. Balmoral Block, have among their thousands of records ' this specially fine selection on Victor Record Xo. 1S3S9. They would like you to hear it.-Advertisement. ACIION Ofl LAND SEmElNI PLAN Apples of Superior Qu?ility | Such are ihejiones we are selling. Wagners, Roman Beauties, Baldwins, Onlarios, Staymans, Black Tvvigs, Yellow Newton Pippins. All No. 1 s. \ - \ Aiiy of thi above, per case .. . $2.45 Delicioas, No. Is, per case----$2.75 Nova Scotia Ribston Pippins. Ony a few brarrels left. We are dividing these up into 40 lb Jots. No. Is, per 40 lb. lot, $1.85; Ko. 2, per 40 lb. lot, $1.70. HIGH-CLASS GROCERS THE GOOD GO. PHONE 525 STOP THAT BARK , WITH ' Penslar White Pine and Spruce Balsam K you'have a stubborn cough and your lungs are inflamed and yoiir. air passages irritated, this splendid cough syrup wtll afford the relief you seek promptly and without any harmful after effects. Penslar �^^^Jite Pine and,Spruce Balsam is a heaitug. remedy composed of MTilte Pine Bark. Spruce Gum. Tamarac Bark, Wild Cherry and other ingredients of recognized merit. A bottle of this effective remedy will soon rid you of that harassing cough, and for your protection the formula is on every label. , I-&ni>l,ar .^Ute pine Balsam is sold Sa two-:si2es, 25c and oOo,. and only at Penslar stores. ' � ; late action on the land settlement bill and that a reply be delivered to tlie � convention before It adjdtttned. This �was in order that veterans might get on the land as soon as possible. ' CASED IN ICE GET YOURS TODAY AT ltd. THE ^^i&MA^at^ Store LETHBRIDGE - _/ Edmonton, -Ian. 15.-The annual i AVlnninee ' Jnn ll-Thorp Jo � convention of the Great War Veterans tinned ^oml H^;,ari'rThr t� of Alberta started the first meeUug S^t uTc^Li^k lr� virv of the series this morning when Alder- uSit 'a.^"\htro 1, mUf A^lt Z^l man O. Bush made an addtess of wel- Xt the holders nf Itolfc, nr� come on behalf of the city. There n^VrUi^r prices beroreLlTn^"'' were eighteen delegates present rei)-; tt,' dm.mml fn^ n�S, kLiIv * resenting Edmonton. Calgary, R^d l^ry stronr wftt nrfc^^^^ Deer, Lelhbridge and Walnwright. 1 fnd offerings [tehf " the prime minister requesUng tamed; I and ^Vctow^^ J�na�ry , WINNIPEGMARKET , ' Halifax, Jan. 15.-Cased in ice, the body o� an unknowirb'oy, an explosion victim, was found today In the debris of a cattle shed in Richmond. feed Oats /^very other grade a* Well. IT^Ievator cleaned and sacked if required. delivered promptly. ^Af tor Seed. _^lberta'� Best. j^ry Our James Richardson & Sons, Ltd. 201 SHERLOCK BLDQ. Open 85-84% 83 Oat*- Old Contract: Maj-...... .. New contract: May........ July........ Barley-i � May............ 143%- Flax- Jan................ May............ 329 lA CASH PRICES Oats-No. 2 C.W....S81& Extra 1 feed Close 83% 85% 83% 315 325 No. 1 Jeed...77% Barley- No. 3 ......143% Flax- . No. 1 N. W. C. .. Nq. 2 c.w...317 No. 3 C.W....s2% .......:..S1% No. 2'Feed...745i No. 4 ......138% AND DISTR1?T , Barons Barrister,, Jos. Donovan, barrister ot Barons, Ja in the city today attending District Court, , � ^Retailer to Meet An important meeting ot the petal! section of the board of trade will be held tomorrow night (Wednesday), at S o'clock. The price of oggs places poultry in the plutocratic class. As a money maker the hen has become a top-uotchor. It your hens arc not turning aut dollars for you ;hey should -be encouraged with some of our POULTRY FOODS and ^gg-making materials. We nr� agents lor the following well known poultry supplies. PRATT'S ROYAL PURPLE ' SOVEREIGN NYALS The Red Cross Drag and Book Co. Phone 555 Special Meeting . Court Unity A. O. Fl wtll hold a special meeting tomoiTow (Wednesday) at 7.30 in R. B. IMorden's store. Every member is asked to attend, as important business will come up for discussion. ' For Red Cross The Hon. Treas., Red Cross Society, acknowledges with thanks; Misses Bateman, � Horapool, Knapp and Lin-gard, $15.00; Miss E. J. Blagburn, Talent money, $5.00; M. Goodman, $20; Mrs. C. Smith, per Mrs. Davidson. $1; pDr Mrs. J. Rutbortord, Iron Springs, $100.00. C. W. MANSON PHONE 613 Twentieth Century Book Store 1 LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA, CANADA ' .. ��� . ' / ' WE WILL BE, GLAD TO ORDER AND- DELIVER IF NOT IN STOCK, ANY BOO^t PUBLISHED. OFFICE SUPPLIES, QUALITY STATIONERY Latest Styles. Correct Forms. .........330 No. 3 C.W...299 i NEW VORK'STOCKS - ! New York, Jan. 15.-Closing sales:/ C. P. R. 132�4; V. S. Steel 90; tj. si Steel preferred ;i08i4.., Winnipeg Livestock. Winnipeg, Jan. 15.-Receipts at the Union Stock Yards today were 150! I cattle and 387 hogs. I Cattle steady, butcher steers $7.00 to $11.50; heifers, $6.75 to flOiOO; cows $4.00 to $9.50; hulls $5.50 to $8.50;.oxen, $5.00 to'$S.75;8tocker8 and feeders 17.00 to ?9:00; .calves $6.75-to $11.! Hogs steady, seldcts $18.25; heavles,-$13.50 to $14.50; sows:$12.00 to $14.00; lights, $14.00 to $15.50. . "! . Concerned About Ice Supply Ice dealers in the' city are concerned about the Ice supply. The early break-up of the river and the following piling up of ice in th% usual ice Holds has practically put that ,aoUree out of the questloii. Investigation of the river for three miles, either wa'; from the city leaves little to he expected from that source, and now Henderson Lake is helng-invcstigated. Ico'secured from that source would be used only for refrigerating pun-ppses. There Is a posqiblllty that Ice for household use, where"^^ It would be used Tor drinking purposes, may have to come by rail from Crp^ys Nest.'Lalte. In that case users may expect a big boost in tbcrprices next summer. The usual ice harvest In Lctlibrldge Is about COOO tons. Meet the Hotelkeeper^ In order to settle what should ha the amount of the licensa fee on hotels I and boarding and rooming houses., the city council this morning Invited'the hotelkeepers.and others interested tp ! meet the council n/protectlon and should be used 'wherever possible ^whe^her the law requites them or not. We can. equip your building with fire doors at moderate' co^t or anything in the line of sheet metal work. There is, nothing In this kind ot work that we do not undertake, Expert workmanship guar-/anteed, - S * Metal Co. LETHBRIOOE, ALBERTA Effe Safe lye, Keeping The Quality, UpT LAXATIVB BROMO QIUNINE, the World-FamouB Cure tot Colds and Grip, is now 30c par box.. Qnj account ot the advance in the price,bt,the six different Medicinal, Concohtrated Extracts and Chemicals contained in LAXATIVE BROMO QUININBr it was necessary, to increase the price to the Druggist. It has stood the tost for a Quarter ot a Century. It is used by every Civilized Nation. Easy to give to the kiddies as it isn't a bit likejnedicine. ^ uood for . grovvn-.ups also. REXALL CHERRY EARK SYRUP 25c, 50c and $1.00 J. D. Higiiibslliam & Co ' Limited' . The J�or� "Alberta's Pioneer Druggists" Wholesale and Retail Chemists. TELEPHONE No. 322 ,('.. -.-. Soldiers From So'ulherh Alberta. Amongst the returned soldiers who reached Caljjary from overseas last week wereH. T. Bowtell, Bow Isfand; Fte.,P. Brady, Taber; Pte. M. CrannyV Lothbrldge; Sapper T. Crawford, Prnnkr Sapper T. W. Dewar, Clare.'j-holra; Pte. A. Hiill, Lothbr'dge; Pte. A. Hudson, Magrath; Pto., E. Little-wood, Macleod; Sergt. R. Muxworthy, Lethbridge; Pte. Strangling Wolf, Macleod; Pte. P. WeatherWe. Champion. , we sreciauze in office Typewriters-Bought, Sold, Rented and Repaired, >All'makes. CheckWriters, Envelope Sealers, Stamp Affii^ers, Addjhg Machines. . Office Desks, Typewriter Desks, Vertical Filing Cabinets, ^Transfer.Cases and Boxes. Legal''Forms,' Loose Leaf Systems, Counter Check Books and Blank Books 6f all kinds. ' ' A FULL LINE OF OFFICE STATIONERY. EVERALL,& FRANKS r\ 8INNOTT BLOCK, COR. FQURTH AVE, & Fli^TH ST. S.^P.HONE llOr iPORTANT PAPERS F and returning with prisoners." "Similar patrol activity provailet* in~\ the coastal sector, enemy,.parties be-.! ing disporsed-by our ar.UllfeVy fire near ' Moze.rah, 16 1-2 Miles eaatVof Jaffa, and encounters h^vii talten place'north ot Arsuf, 10 1-2 mllfes" north of Jaffa, on the coast. ^, '^-V' ' - "Snow fell in Bethlehemoif January WON'T LIMIT SIZE : ~ ' OF NEWSPAPERS More High. Bred Stock Latlirop and Delany, who are.undertaking quite an important venture In the purebred livestock business at Coledalo have recently added a number ot registered shorthorn cattle and Berkshire hogs to their herds." 'Mr. Lathrop attended the annual fat stock show at Chicago last months and ia leaving this week to look over a herd of purebred Shorthorns In the State of Washington. ' 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 Begina in charge, y The widespread use of tho.small farm tractor Is indicated in the very large nuni Baltimore, iiiltl:,. Jan. -15i-Two large Warhington, Jan: .15.-The senate as boxes filled with.d6i;umen.t3 belonging a committee,cl the.whojo .toto'.^^ccept-to Lleut.v Walter .Spoermann, alleged ed the amendment of Senator Jones of German spy arrested at Norfolk and Washington, limiting newspapers, to imderatood to be on his way to Balti-llJ pages, 30 day^ iafter the approval more for a hearing in ihe federal of. the resolution'.,, The senate latei; court, were s^izetl,- by the police m rejected, 53 to..4, Seriatbr Jpnes' rnn, � West Fayette street....Th.e papers were 'endment limitihg'~ newspat)ers\ to 16 foijind in the-room otMariusAsch, 3f, pages. German enemy, alien. Asch was ar-1 ' "---i ' � - CARD.OF .T.H.^NKS Mr. S. H. Shaw, jr., .wishes to thank rested. At tiie'office of United States Marshal Charles H. Stockham, Asch 1 ____________ ........___........_ said that, Spoermann approachbd him the many-irlonds'fo^titindnossQs dur; the latter part dl last month and ask- ing his recent sad bereavement In tlifl ed him to.take,care of two.bo.ves for him. He declared that ho did not loss of his father and to volco'his appreciation for the flowoi;^ sent by L. know the nature ot the contents." o.A. Lodge i^JiiB, and tlie services ren' Asch was the Second person to be ar rested here In .connection with the case. Frederick H. Spoermann, - a brother ot Walter, was taken into cus-today last night. He was technically chargod,wltl\vlol!\^lngaho. president's dered by the ^Salvation. Army. � 29-1 ANNOUNCEMENTS A dance wlllberheldJn Burgman's !h"ef p^47ekt^:nd'"th'rcSnr:= ^111^l�^ii'e^�r?fde^^ ft"'ll""'^' niglt^t. ' Danointf ^trot., tite Herald that the demand has been 1 Jl^s'" VdelfhavUlfa^rarcon-' ' ''"^ nectlon with hlavbrother's'^alleged ac tivities,''i ,'.:"''^''" � � , FEW CARS THRESHED TIMOTHY FOR SALE. Cbob FEED , Apply for delivered*! Prices to ' F. 0. Hyde Co. Phone 1244 Lethbridge HO great that another school will bo held from the 4th to the 9th of February, erior Siipply Co. Znii Avs. S. andllth Etrsct ' - ^ MINING; BUILDING * RAILWAY 8UppLI3� & EQUIPMENT TUDHOPE ANDERSON AND EMEREON FARM IMPLEMENTE CANQ RtOWS SULKIES FO^O TRACTOR ATTACH �UQOIES MENT8. ' ^ ; DEMOCRATS AUTO TRAILERS'- A i.CULTIV^TpilS BINDr.R ENGIMEl "pHONI 17a�-TAKE A BLUB LINE GAR V t^r � , ^ �� I ' 'll i i i ) I I I ^1 M FAMILY PORTRAITURE Make It an annual duty to yourselvesvto hare your, children's photo taken.  You TVlH ho creating abiding pleasures tor your later years. SmithVStudio * 906 Third Ave. 8. , Phone 1471 ( You'll like the neat, trim' hair cut you'll get here. WESTBRGOK BROS; V .... . ' . . opposite/Bank of Montreal Colored Folk in Trouble . A I'egular plantation row last night resulted in Glen Lomax, colored, ap- |j)earing before Magistrate Elton in the city police court tliis morning, ch'>r''oti wi'li assaulting and occr-iion-Ing bod:iyl)arm on tho person of Am-oriua Knox, also ^colored. Charles Brower, likewise colored, appeared charged with aiding and abetting Glen Lomax to (,>ommit the as.'jault. Brower I'also was culled to answer a charge o;! using allusive lanBuage to Robor: i Grey. The'colored tribe were'well � represented by legal talent, and thr casea.frero remanded till AVednosday njprning. Edison. Phonographs THE NEW EDISON AND TH^^MBEROi^A Wo-havo a tult rnnge o( these instruments.,, Prlo.es from 148.00 'to $615.00.'Cash or f^rn^^ ' 'houaands ot r^e : � fl! > * � * * ? Rev, \Jamcs Frpdejlck Barken ? ? . 71, retired minister ot the Bap- ,�> �fT,iyiEfJT falls to ...cure Itching, Blind, Bleeding or Protruding Piles. First {^plication gives rtiliet. 6,0c. ford [ngines RP^OREO AND REAMED AND FITTED WITH OVERSIZE PISTONS. WE GUARANTEE SATISFy^CTION. 816 First Ave. 8. Phone 1732 NIVEN BROS. tie First Ave. B. Phone 173? 'I WT ACTIVITY London,'.Tan. 15.r-.T Vlllot^e\ ..WATCH FOG evelyn. !, i NESBIT iTJ^AW'^^ in "REDEMP>TipN" EMPRESS NEXT week .-,tir,i-j. . FARM LANDS Of the IliidKon's Dar Compsa? snd CalBi^Vjr �nd SdmontoD Lkni CITY AND FARM MORTOAQES The H. Macbeth Agerrcy . r 'BaVea^ao' wnifonnl^^ and quickly, :tbfiti|>iee,,^ actually t^ste :b^tt^^i^||v do hot bprh !ea�i|y. " 'more. ' ' ' - ::; '/ PYREX.*jrouf'.kilcljon-It ' v,wilt' ssvefvjrou^diibes, ,sKelf'.';; ,. t'ia9m,.dtqdB�iy.^ ..Cuaienteed ' . .Mesk ' Cohsum(3r0 Hardware Co^^ , sUse PYREX eyery'dey if ;