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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - January 19, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta Asjtiniboia Music Co., Ltd. 315 6th 8tr S. Phone 1545 Edison Phonographs, The New Ediion ar.d the Amberola. Full range of Records. LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD HOTEL WINDSOR -y EUROPEAN PLAN MEAL* FROM 8.00 A.M. TO 8.Q0 P.M. WASH DAY MONDAY WE'RE ALWAYS READY TO SERVE YOU WELL ON MONDAY, AND SUGGEST COOKED MEATS delanysmeatco N PHONE 452 OPPOSITE DALLAS HOTEL WttK-6ND SPECIALS BIG PRODUCTION Ilai'risburg, Ponu., Jan. 19.-Pennsylvania production of coal during 1917 reached the unprecedented to;ul of �67.735,000 net tons and if it had not been for abnormal conditions due to the war would have Kone to nearly 300,000.000 tons STOP THAT BARK WITH ^ Penslar White.Pine and Sfiruce 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 seek promptly and without any harmful after effects. Penslar White Pine and Spruce Balsam is a healing remedy composed ot White 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.. Penslar 'T�* Pine and Sp/uce Balsam Is sold in two sizes. "25c and 50c, and only at Penslar stores. GET YOURS TODAyNkT The Kenny & Allin Co. Ltd. THE Store LETHBRIDGE Montreal. .Tan. 10.-L'Action Cath-olique. the clerical organ in the province of Quebec, says: "If there are on this continent three million Catholics speaking the French tongue, and if the French-Canadians constitute a strong and proud race, and if this eame race has been able to conserve its faith'and its language, to whom is it all due? Without a doubt to the French-Canadian priesthood. This cannot for a moment be questioned and besides, it is the response of history. All those who think and who observe by the light of reason are forced to the conclusion that the French priest has been our protector, the strong arm and the saviour of our people. Today the French-Canadian priest has not changed. He has the same devotion for the salvation of souls, the same zeal for the well being of his compatriots having the same force and the same vigor in driving from our country that invading force of free thought. In a word, he always merits our admiration and  our confidence." Finest Ontario Cheese, Special 2 lbs. for ... 05c Purity Oats, in carton's. The price on package oat-! will advance to 35c shortly. Special, per pack-ane ...................................... 25c Orange Marmalade, Rose brand, 4 lb. tins. Special per tin . .'................................ 65c Mine? Meat, in bulk, special, 2 lbs..........35c Plum Puddings, Wagstaffes. 1 lb. crocks, special each..................................... 40c or 2 for ........� . ...................... 75c Comb Honey, Idaho White Clover, Special 2 sections for................................. 65c Cream Brick Cheese, Domestic or imported, per lb........................................ 50c Potatoes, fine, dry and mealy. Exponent quality, per cwt................................. $2.75 National Cream Mixed Candy, regular 36c a lb. Special, 2 lbs, for.........................45c Florida Grape Fruit, special 2 for...........25c Nova Scotia Apples, Ribstons, Special In 40 lb. lots......,.....................$1.70 and $1.85 In small lots/ 4 and 5 lbs. for .............25c No. 1 B. C. Apples, several varieties, case.. $2.45 Jap Oranges, Special per box............$1.10 Naval Oranges, per dozen ... 40c, 50c, 60c artfl 75c Cauliflowers, per head......................25c Celery, per lb............................... 15c B. C. Onions, Special 6 lbs. for.............. 25c Carrots, Special 8 lbs. for...................25c Beets, Special 8 lbs. for .........-........... 25c Parsnips, Special 6 Ibl. for..................25c Cabbage, Special 8 lbs. for...............,., 25c WE HAVE ARRANGED OUR STAFF SO AS TO KEEP OUR STORE OPEN ON SATURDAY EVENING UNTIL 9 O'CLOCK. WE WOULD PREFER HAVING YOU DO YOUR SHOPPING DURING THE DAY TIME BUT FOR THE BENEFIT OF THOSE WHO FIND IT IMPOSSIBLE TO COME OUT DURING THE DAY WE WIT.L 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 E Feed Oats J5,very other grade as well. rr"l�vator cleaned and sacked C/ If required. delivered promptly. i {^ats for Seed. ^Iberta's Best. ^ 7Vy Our 5ervice. James R chardson & Sons, Ltd. 201 SHERLOCK BLDG. New Mayor and Council Elected On Platform of Moral Reform (Special to the Herald) Fernle. Jan. IS.-The result of the city elections yesterday, wired to the Herald last night, was a most gratifying ending to a campaign quietly but perisitently waged to set to rights the powers that be in municipal affairs, . which have been allowed to go a little j too loosely since the advent of the | prohibitive legislation passed last winter at Victoria. The results are so positive and no pronounced that there can be no excuse as to the meaning expressed at the poIl3 yesterday. Especially so is this as shown in the election of Rev. Mr. Carr, pastor of Knox church, and Robert Dudley, by pronounced majorities over their opponents, as police coramiBsibnerB. With a mayor of pronounced convictions upon the vexed liquor question, backed by a council in which the same convictions predominate, and a police ' commission elected upon that issue, there can be no doubt as to th� enforcement of the laws governing the liquor traffic and the gambling evil, both of which evils have been showing their heads a little too muchI for the last year. As usual, there was a lot of camouflage indulged in by some of the candidates, but the voters kept to the main issue in full view as the result shows. * For the Cough That Clings 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 luugs to normal conditions. For this purpose use our- Emulsion of Cod Liver Oil with Hypophosphites Price $1.00 per large bottle. The Red Cross Drug and BoqJe Co. . Phone 555 CITY AND DISTRICT Go Into Training Mr. J. E. Cowan and kr. A. R. Mark are leaving today \or Toronto to report to the Royal Flying Corps. Died of Wounds * Pte. Percy Tompkins, who enlisted at High River, but whose home is at Gladys, Alta., has died of wounds. Retail Clerks' Meeting An important meeting or Retail Clerks is called for Monday night at. eight o'clock in the Labor Hall. Every clerk is urged to be present, to appoint delegates for factory act commission- MARKETS C, W. "IE 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. 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 coat 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 WINNIPEG MARKET Oats- Open Close Old contract: May............' .. 85% New contract: May............ 857s-86 85% July............ S4H 8* Barley- May...... ...... 151 151 hi. Flax-Jan................ 312 May ............ 324 322% CASH PRICES Oatt- No. 2 C.W. ..88% No. 3 C.W...83% Extra 1 Feed...............82% No. 1 Feed..79% No. 2 FeedrN76ys Barley- No. 3 C. W...146 No. 4 C.W.141 Rejected and Feed...........121 Flax- No. 1 N.yV'.C .315 NO. 2 C.W... 309 WINNIPEG LIVESTOCK Winnipeg, Jan. 19.-Offerings today at the Union stock yards today were 300 cattle and 773 hogs. Very few cattle changed hands the bulk being held over for Monday's market. Prices held steady for the few that were sold. Hog prices also held steady. NEW YORK 8TOCKS . New York, Jan. 19.-Closing sales: C. P. R. 139H; V: S. Steel(90%; V. S. Steel preferred, no sale3. PRAIRIE ITCH This very annoying trouble, seems to be in acute evidence in various sections of the country. HIGINBOTHAM'S PRAIRIE ITCH OINTMENT Relieves that terrible itching Immediately. 50c Mailed postpaid on receipt of price. J. D. Higinbfham &Co . ' Limited 1 The lfem& "Alberta's Pioneer.. Druggists" Wholesale and Retail Chemists. TELEPHONE No. 322 Enviable Record for Halifax Fund Coalhurst has just set an enviable record in its campaign for Halifax relief. The campaign netted $1350, of which about ?1300 caiiie from 450 employees of the North American Collieries. Remanded Frank Yee, the Chinaman who got into trouble over alleged improper interpreting and fabrication of evidence at the recent Chinese case in the courts, was yesterday afternoon remanded for trial by Magistrate Elton. He will come up at a session of a court of competent jurisdiction to be held here later. For Red Cross The lion, treas. Red Cross society is Informed by Mrs: Rutherford that the amount of !>100.00 acknowledged in Monday's Herald per Mrs. Rutherford was from the Ladies' Aid of Iron Springs and made up of sale of quilt 537.25, sofa cushion.$55.75, and shawl donated by Mrs. McKay, Lethbridge, $7.00. Also acknowledge with thanks, C. Crist, White Lunch, ?25.00. Large Motor Hearse Installed MacKay & MacKay's up to date six cylinder Studcbaker motor hearse has now arrived, being lirst of its kind to be made in Canada, by A. B. Greer & Son, London, Ont. It Is the newest American model, equipped with special tack for floral tributes. One feature about this hearse is that it can follow any procession. To look at tlr.s car one would think Lethli.-klge id now taking the lead, as this car is certainly a credit to Southern Alberta. Board Takes Up Case At Inst night's meeting of the board of trade the question of the gas company's refusal to grant AV. N. Kuth � and Ritchie and Shultz's vulcanizing ! plant si manufacturers rate on gas i came up for discussion and a resolu-i tiori was passed asking Mr. Kuth, ; who has entered suit against the gas j company, to write the board a letter | setting forth his side of the case in I order that the board might be In a I position to take action in the matter. I It was the opinion of most of the i members present that the two local concerns mentioned- should be given ; some advantage over the domestic gas | rate as they are botli carrying on businesses which are of necessity in -the city and district. 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. A FIFTH ST. S. PHONE 1107, NEW CHILEAN CABINET Santiago, Chile,- Jan. 19.-A new Chilean cabinet is announced aB follows: Minister of the interior, Dom-iningo Amunategui; minister of foreign affairs, Gulllermo Pereira; minister of finance., Manuel Hererra; minister of justice, Pedro Aguirve; minister of war, Luis Viciinna; minister of industries, Francis Cajanda. The previous Chilean cabinet, of whose resignation there has been no report, was formed October 13, 1917. Eduardo Suarez MuJIca, former ambassador, to the United States, was minister of foreign, affairs. IMPROVEMENT DISTRICT COUNCILLORS Pincher Creek, Jan. 19.-The result of the election for councillors for the L. I. D. No. 40 are as follows:-Div. No. 1. J. H. Good (acclamation); Div. No. 2,-C: V. Mitchell (acclamation); Div. No. 3, S. G. Spelman (34), M. F. Torpy (19); Div. No. 4, W. R. Leea (acclamation). W. Barr, was elected over E. J. Scott for L. I. D. No. 70 in the Sum-mervicw district. There were 60 votes cast as follows: Scott 21; Barr 29. We have not received the results by divisions as yet. Evelyn Nesbit and Her Son Russell Thaw "in "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 leas the story o� her live,  wonderfully transposed and hiOBt ably depicted. empR?$$ MONDAY � 10c, 25c Evelyn Nesbit And Her Son Russell Th^w IN iX* 99 ion" I Superior Supply Co. , 2nd Ave. S. and 13th Street MINING, BUILDING * RAILWAY SUPPLIES �V EQUIPMENT TUOHOPE ANDERSON AND EMERSON FARM IMPLEMENT* GANG PLOWS SULKIES FORD TRACTOR ATTACH BUGGIES MENTS. DEMOCRATS AUTO TRAILERS CULTIVATORS BINDER ENGIflEl PHONE 1726-TAKE A BLUE LINE CAR Spirella Goods MADE TO ORDER $3.50 up Phone 562 Miss Knapp ROOM 6, DOMINION BLDG. ANNOUNCEMENTS FEW CARS THRESHED TIMOTHY FOR SALE. GOOD FEED Apply for delivered Prices to' F. 0. Hyde & Co. Phone 1244 Lethbridge "DESIGNED FOR ME" HAIRCUTS AT THE SANITARY SHOP WESTBROOK BROS. Opposite Bank of- Montreal FAMILY PORTRAITURE Make it an annual duty to yourselves to have your children's photo taken. You creating abiding pleasures for your later years. Smith's Studio 906 Third Ave. 8. Phone 1471 AGAIN DENY IT Washington, Jan. 19.-Recent repetition of the story that Anna HulteniH has been executed in this country for connection with the: German espionage system, has caused the state depart ment to repeat its dental to American diplomats in neutral! countries. Fleming Says- "Sylvia ot the Secret Service;" Is a good picture and w�4l�strtb seeing." , --Advertisement Mf�s ll'iw'ien's "rlvate School will re-opon Monday, January 21st at 9 30 I a.m. Beginners' q\v.w in the. mornintt. 'For further inforinnt'on apply at 1255 4th Ave. S., or phone 115S after the 19th. ~ 33-0 A dance will bo he'd in Burgmann's hall Saturday night. Good orchestra in attendance. 32-2 The annual meeting of the Lethbridge Children's Aid Society will be held in the Triangle room at the Y, M. C. A. on Monday evening, January 21 et at 8.30 pin, Business, election of officers. The work and object of this soeietv will bo explained at this meeting:. All persens interested In the welfare of children are cordially Invited to attend. 32-3 1 Always "Mother" Boys who t:re wounded iu battle Invariably ask for "Mother" with the first return of consciousness. How pathetic, am* still hotv true to life. When �e are ill, or in trouble, the first wish, the first call, is for "Mother." It Is tut natural that so many songs have 'leen written in her praise. Mason & liisch Limited, Balmoral Block, have, the most popular "Mother" song for player piano. "Mother O'-Mine"-Wo; ds and music on one roll. You should.hear il.-iA.dverUsemenr.. -;--N Grip-Follows The Snow LAXAT1VH BROMO QUININE Tablets taken-in time will Prevent Grip. 9"^. nWOVK'S Bignatim on box. 30c. Sanitary and Low-Priced Here are the rugs that have taken the "weep" out of "sweep"- the rugs that make cleaning-day-* joy. But this is only one advantage of Congoleum Thl, It Utter limn ikt rfuify'iMtfnfi of .other ktnli of mil, Itn'l it Rugs, a full line of which we are displaying this week. ' Come in and see them. Our stock of the new Congoleum Art-Ruga will be a treat to your eyes. Such marvelous patterna^in a lotv-priced rug have never before been'possible. You will find here juat what you want for -every room in your home' where a low-priced rug is suitable. Call around and solve your floor-covering problems today. Cqd&u aiers' Hardware Co. ;