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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - January 18, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta Assiniboia Music Co., Ltd. 315 6th Str S. Phone 1045 Edison Phonographs. The/New Edison and the Amberola. Full range of Records. ETHBR1DGE ILY HERALD HOTEL WINDSOR ^ EUROPEAN PLAN MEALS FROM COO A.M. TO 8.00 P.M. Prepared fop the Week-end azzagaamaH-it' �hum i � awr^auwh'gaa I I With Choice Beef, Veal, Pork, Lamb and Ail Kinds of Poultry. Everything Direct From the Farm to Your Table. DELANYS MEAT-CO. Fli-TH ST. S. OPPOSITE DALLAS HOTEL PHONE 452 I PRICE OF NEWSPRINT Ottawa. J: cii term in now.; priiii �; hundred vc i'^rh. I; w:l either io c-its preset: t :' nao. Ctimn yesterday s:.i;o t-i ihf mutter.* m-u r he o cxte'.ul-prire o; fixed, at SI.S-i per expire? on the hen h? :; ere :-\-�:ui the order in ::i 1y. a ncv .-mer i\-"n/rk* s:i!.l i ho in'er.d* to government how ;a;:d. STOP THAT B - WITH nsiar 'White Pine and S-pru cq Balsam If you i-.-iyp a siithh.irn cough and your lung? ur? ;:;/:r.-n?'! ar.d your air ppsssr/e? irriti..?.-i. this splendid cough -syrup \. IV. :ii{;,.! v.-ithour any harmful .:f;cr eft-c:�. Fenetar Vi'hite Fine and Spru:e Hatesm is a heating lvuedy tempore! of "White Pi".ir Bar'.:. Spruce Gum. Tamarac Bark. Wild Cherry and other iiijrr?r:-'nt- -.:" recognized merit. A bottle of this effective remedy will soon rid yv.i of that harassing couph. and for your pro- j tection the for inula is on everv label. SMALLPOX RAMPANT I Et. John. N. 5.. Jan. IS.- f?e-j cause of smallpox in Rcstigouche I county no more draftee.- will Uo taken for the prcser.t from that ' county. Trtij makes thi third county from New Brunswick from which.no recoup; votes s.-c being taken ow ng to the smallpox. DEPUTY JUDGE ADVOCATE Moose daw. Jan. IS,---Mr.jor Charles Jar.irs Lennox of this eity has beer appoirtcd deputy judge advocn'c genera! of 'SI. 'I'. Xo. 12. M.njor Lennox received official word of his appoint inent this morning. Last November li" vols offered a s'milar position in t Xi. I). No. in but at that time lie declined the- offer. ANNOUNCEMENTS A dance will he held in Furgmann's hall Saturday night. Good orchestra in attendance. 32-2 Finest Ontario Cheese,-Special 2 lbs. for ... 5oc Purity Oatj. in cartons. The price on package oat-, will adv.-tnes to 33c ohortiv. Special, per pack-' 20= ...............'...................... 2;c Orange Marmalade, Rose brand, 4 lb. tins. Special per tin .................................. fi'ic Mince Meat, in bulk, snccial, 2 lbs.......... 35c Plum Puddings, Wagstaffes, 1 lb. crocks, special each ..................................... 40c or 2 for.................................. 75c Comb Honey, Idaho White Clover, Special 2 sec-, tions for................................. 65c Cream Brick Cheese, Domestic or imported, per lb........................................ 50c Potatoes, fine, dry and mealy. Excellent qua'/ty, per cwt................................. $2.75 National Cream Mixed Candy, regular 35c a lb. Special. 2 lbs. .for.........................45c Florida Grape Fruit, special 2 for.......----25c Nova Scotia Apolea. F.ibstons, Special in 40 lb, lots...........'.................$1.70 and $1.85 In small lots,'4 and 5 lbs. for .............25c No. 1 B. C. Apolcs, several varieties, case.. $2.45 Jap Oranges, Special per box..............$1.10 N^val Oranccs, per dozen . .. 40c, 50c, 60c and 75c Cauliflowers, per head......................25c Celery, per lb. .............................. 15c B. C. Onions, Special 6 lbs. for.............. 25c Carrots. Speciai S lbs. for...................25c Deets, Special 8 lbs. for.................... 25c Parsnips, Special 6 lb'v for........-.........25c Cabbage, Special '8 lbs. for..................25c WE HAVE ARRANGED OUR STAFF SO A3 TO KfEP OUR STOPE OPEN ON SATURDAY EVENING UNTIL 9 O'CLOCK. WE WOULD PREFER HAVING YOU DO YOUR SHOPPING DURING THE DAY TIME 3UT FOR THE BENEFIT OF THOSE WHO FIND IT IMPOSSIBLE TO COME OUT DURING THE DAY WE WILL BE OPEN IN THE EVENING AS STATED. ALL ORDERS TO BE DELIVERED WILL HAVE TO BE IN BY FIVE O'CLOCK OTHERWISE THEY WILL BE DELIVERED ON MONDAY. HIGH CLASS GROCERS THE GOOD CO. PHONE 525 A ilance will he held in the Crystal Lake school. Friday. Jan. 18th. the proceeds of which will be for the Halifax fund. Admission 50c, ladies free. 30-3 White pine/f Pens la r Mll Spru(.r. Balsam is said in two sizes. ".So and 50c, arm only at Penslar stores. GET YOURS TODAY AT The Kenny & Allih Go. Ltd. the %^��,&?�� Store LETHBRIDGE The" annual meeting of the Lethbridge Children's Aid Society will he held in the Triangle room at the Y. M. C. A. on Monday evening. January fjlst at S.S'i p.m. Business, election of officers. The work and object of this '""'"v -vfll be explained at. this meeting. All persons interested in the wel-i . o of children are cordialljr invited to attend. 32-:' Feed Oats _��ve'ry other grade as well. ^Fdevator cleaned and sacked if required, jfyeiivered promptly. ats for Seed. o /4lberta'� Best. J^ry Our - * James R chardson & Sons, Ltd. 201 SHERLOCK BLDG. Toronto. Jan. IS.-In the approaching provincial elections the Liberals of Ontario must stand together and fight lor the progressive policies of Liberalism, no matter whether they are Liberal unionists or Laurler Liberals in the recent Dominion election, declared Hartley Daw-art. in the course of a speech at the annua! meeting of the Ward Six Liberal Association last night. "What about Mr. Rowell? Are you going to take him back into the Liberal party? was the direct question shot at Mr. Dewart after he had concluded his speech. 'If Mr. Rowell can support the policy of the Liberal party I would feel very sorry to see you refuse him support," was Mr. Dewart s reply. Mr. Proudfoot. the new opposition leader in the legislative, was seriously handicapped, in Mr. Gordon Wal-dron's opinion, because the Laiirier-Liberals (the real Liberalsi all looked with suspicion upon the program of socialism which he represented. Mr.-' Waidron also paid his respects to what he characterized as the tyrannical press of Canada. The .steady persistent cough that never quite disappears is due to a chronic, weakness and irritation of the tissues of the air passages and must be overcome by a treatment, that will build up the entire system and restore the throat and lungs to norma! conditions. For this purpose use our- Enralsion of Cod Liver Oil with Kypophcsphites | Price $1.90 per large bottle. The Red Cross Drug and Book Co. Phone 555 C. A. MAGRATH TALKS ~ f U.S. FUEL ORDER I Ottawa, Jan. IS.-C. A. MagTath, Canadian fuel controller, returned from Toronto this morning. Commenting on Dr. Gorfield's coal order in tho United States. Mr. Magrath made the foliow.'ng statement: "It. is merely an indication of the fact that the United States is at war. When a country is at irar, one never knows what will happen at my moment. This is a feature which I have always tried from time to time to keep before tho Canadian people. It must be ev dent to/*veryono that the watchword should he 'conserve fuel.' It is criminal for domestic or industrial users of fuel to burn -n pound more than is absolutely necessarj-. "So far as the present situation in Canada Is concerned, our prob'.y.ns aro not identical with those of the United States. It must be remembered that we are on the outside 20110 of the territory receiving fuel from our neighbors and ' unfortunately for us the zone nearest the north pole. Wo are not confronted *rith the problem of dens'jiy of population whiclrhas resulted in the Un ted State1; in congested railway traffic. C. W. MANSOH PHONE 613 The Twentieth Century Book Store LETHE RIDGE, 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. 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 guar- anteed. The Dixon Sheet Metal Co. REAR STAFFORD-BLOCK . pt^nrnTT .-.,>* LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA "Winnipeg, Jan. 18.-The demand for high grade oats has fallen 'off, the premium on 2 C. W. was ,1 cent lower than yesterday. For the lower grade oats there wa? a good demand, spreads were unchanged to a fraction higher. The demand for cash barley was good for the higher grades. Prices were firm, j Cash flax .was quiet with little de-1 mand. Prices were a little weaker. Oats futures closed %c higher for May and %c higher far July, j Barley closed 1c higher for May. Flax closed lc lower for January and l'Ac down for May. WINNIPEG MARKET Oats- Open Old contract: May.............. New contract: May............ 85% July............ 83 ii Barley-May ............ 150 Flax-Jan................ May............ 325 CASH PRICES Oats- - I No. 2 C. W...SS34 No. 3 C.'W.. .83% ! Extra 1 Feed...............82% . No. 1 Feed..79H No. 2 Feed..76% Barley- j No. ,'i ......145 No. 4 ......140 Rejected and Feed.........120'^ 1 Flax-No. 1 N. \V. C............... 317 No. 2 C. W.................. 313 WINNIPEG LIVESTOCK "Winnipeg. Jan. IS.-The livestock offerings at the Union stock yards today were 400 cattle and 1,700 hogs. Cattle market strong on butcher stuff. Butcher steers ?.750 to $*�.00; heifers, $7.00 to $11.25; cows $5.50 to ?10.75; bulls $6.50 to $10.00; oxen $5.00 to $10.50; stockers and feeders $7.00 to $9.00; calves S7.-00 to $12.00. Hogs dropped 25c: selects $18 75; heavies $13 50 to $14.50; sows $12.50 to $13.;-,0; lights $11.00 to $15.50. NEW YORK STOCKS New York, Jan. 18.-Closing sales: C. P. R. 139; u. S. Steel 90>i; U. S. Steel preferred lO!)1^. Close 85% 85% 81V4 150% 310 324 Arrived Today The English curative wadding for coughs, colds, rheumatism, neuralgia, bronchitis, sciatica, etc., etc., etc. CITY AND DISTRICT ; HI in England i Edmund Simistcr. who left, here j with the 30th battery, is in the hospital ! at Hastings. Eng., seriously ill with spinal meningitis. WE SPECIALIZE IN OFFICE EQUIPMENT "Typewriters-Bought, Sold, Rented and Repaired. AM make*. Check Writers, Envelope Sealer*, Stamp Affixert,, 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. PHONE 110? TO IMPEACH A DEPUTY Paris, Jan. 18.-Admiral Slename, member of tho chamber of deputies for the Seine, intends to demand the impeachment of M. Augagneur, deputy for the Rhone, for failing in his duty as minister of marine in the cabinet of M. Vivianl, says ]Iumanite. ROUND UKBRITIgH SUBJECTS Springfield,  Mass., Jan. IS.-The police departme#t today began a round up of more than 400 British subjects resident in this city who are subject to the draft of Great 3ritain and Canada at tho behest of the British recruiting mission here. A PACKAGE J. D. Hlg;!ib3iiam & Co Limited ..... The "Alberta's Pioneer Druggists-Wholesale and Retail Chemists. TELEPHONE No. .322 --Walter Vere improving Word has been received from overseas that Gunner Walter Vere, oL, Stafford Village, is improving. He was seriously ill- with pneumonia. Fair Board Meeting ' There will be a meeting of the executive of the Lethbridge Fair Board on Monday evening' in the mayor's office, city hall, to discuss finances and estimates for the year. j No Instructions Yet | No instructions on tariffs have boen" received at the local offices of the C. P. R. relative to the increased freight and passenger rates which go into effect February 1. I Mine Pay Day j Tomorrow is mine payday in the mines of the. district. Tile local mines are putting out. an average of fiS/to 70 ears a day now and pay cheques are proportionately -}ttrge. Ottawa, Jan. 18,-The actu�i counting of the North American militacy vote cast in the Dominion elections has begun, but final results are not expected for j fortnight or so. So far ae presnet indications show, it is understood that the vote is going strongly In favor of the government. Toronto Man's Will The late Geo. B. Smith, of Toronto, ox-M.P.P. for East York, left an estate valued at almost $200,000. One of tho beneficiaries v/as a niece, Miss iparah Smith, of Lethbridge, .who is given $1,000. Evelyn Nesbit and Her Son Russell Thaw "REDEMPTION" Evelyn Nesbit, whose history is known the world over, has proved herself a most versatile screen actress in the big play "Redemption." It is more or less the story of her life, wonderfully transposed and most ably depicted. empRess MONDAY � 10c, 25c Evelyn Nesbit And Her Son Russell Thaw IN "Redemption" | FEW CARS THRESHED TIM6THY FOR SAuE. GOOD FEED Applv for delivered Prices to F. 0. Hyde & Co. Phone 1244 Lethbridge Sapptr Bovvtell Home Sapper T. iiowtell arrived in Lethbridge yesterday after two years service in EiiRl/ind and France. He enlisted in the ITot.h l'iatt. at Medicine Hat. Sapper Bowtell has been on five battle fronts in France and Belgium. He can relate w?ny trying experiences at the front. He.'has been sent homo after being in variou.. hospitals in England, with a .wounded toot and trench fever. His wife and sisters Mrs. H. Dawson, Mrs. Lar.henhy and Mrs. H. Wardle, also a hrother-in-lav,-. George Longley, reside, in Lethbridge. Sanitary and Low-Priced Grio Follows The Snow ; LAXATIVE BPOMO QUININE Tab-| lets taken in time will Prevent Grip. ! K. W. GROVE'S signature on box. 30c. "DESIGNED FOR ME" HAIR CUTS AT THE SANITARY SHOP WESTRROOK BROS. Opposite Bank of Montreal !>nC Ave. S. and 13th Street MINING. BUILDING a. LAILW.aY SUPPLIES & EQUIPMENT TUOHOPE ANDERSON AND E...EHSON FAHM IMPLEMENTS GANG PLOWS bWUKltd FO KU ' T hACTj .1 BUGGIES MENTs DEMf�"^T,ot AUTO TRAILERS CULTIVATORS BIND.-R ENGI.'JE PHONE 172a-TAKE A BLpE LINE CAR FAMILY PORTRAITURE Make it, an annual duty to yourselves to have your children's photcu taken. You wli! bo creating abiding pleasures for your later years. Smith's Studio ; 305 Third Ave. 3. Phone 1471 ,! FORMER SEC'/ EX-PREMIER RUTHERFORD IS DEAD Moose Jaw, Jan. 18.-The funeral of the late Mr:--. .Sliarpe, wife of Rev. D. R. Sharps, pastor of the Firs';. Baptist church, took place here today from the family residence to the C. P. H. station, the b dy being shipped to Edmonton, where interment will take place on Saturday.:, The me Mrs. Sharpe, who was Miss Ilarret Holds-worth, was at one time private secretary to i'reoiier Rutt^-'^rd �">* Alberta. 1 The Quinine That Does Not Affect Head^ Because of Its 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." K. W. rJROVE'S signature in 011 box. 30c. Imitates the Song of the Bird Galli-Curci, the entrancing coloratura soprano sin?.;s ''Charmunt Ois-eau" (Thou (.'harming Bird) the famous aria from 111 opera, "La Perle