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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - January 21, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta r 1 y A Assiniboia Music Co., Ltd. 315 6th Str S. Phone 154o Edison Phonographs. The New Edison nnd the Amberola. FuV. range of Records. LETHBRIDGE HOTEL W11 CR EUROPEAN PLAN MEALS FROM 6.00 A.M. TO 8.00 P.M. THIS PURE FRU 'A AS ALWAYS Good meats are as near as your telephone. DELANYS MEAT CO, r 8 FIFTH ST. fc. OPPOSITE DALLAS HOTEL PHONE 452 ARE GOING TO BE HIGHER IN PRICE, IN FACT ONE OF THE LARGEST JAM MANUFACTURERS IN CANADA HAS ALREADY ADVANCED HIS PRICE AND AT THE COST TODAY WE WOULD HAVE TO GET AT LEAST $1.15, IF NOT $1.25 FOR A FOUR POUND TIN OF PURE STRAWBERRY JAM. WE LAID IN A GOOD SUPPLY OF PURE JAMS LAST FALL CONSISTING OF WAGSTAFFE'S, K. C, KING BEACH, NELSON. HARVEST AND DONALCO BRANDS. ALL THESE JAMS ARE GUARANTEED ABSOLUTELY PURE FRUIT AND SUGAR. OUR PRICES ON THESE, PER FOUR POUND TIN RUN FROM- , 85 cents to 95 cents. i A LIBERAL REDUCTION ALLOWED IN CASE LOTS ASSORTED. * *T* V o > > > > * v V WELLKNOWN ALIEN 1ST IS DEAD Quebec, Quo.. Jan. 'J l.-Pr. George Villenouvt?. Montreal medical superintendent of St. Joan Pe Dieu Asylum. Montreal, died here today at the residence of his sister. Dr. Yil-leneuve was well Known as an alienist and wrote an authoritative work: **Tho insane ami the^fcuv." He served with the sixty-fifth regiment in the Kiel rebellion, and had I he medal for this campaign. �!� > > ? * C* { C* * C� * 00 and costs by Magistrate Leggatt; this morning:. Bachelder pleaded gull-1 ty to rhe charge but professed ignor-1 azice of the law. His wife promptly paid the fine. CITY AND DISTRICT �- Is Wounded K. O. Anderson, of Claresholm, is in the lists today as wounded. * * # * # * * White Pine and Sfiruce Balsam If you hare a stubborn cough ana" your lungs are inflamed and your sir 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 of 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. NO TIE-UP NOW Ottawa. Jan. 21.-The Ottawa Electric Railway Company and its employees have adjusted their differences and their will, as a result, be no tie-up of the street car service in the capital. To Cure a Cold in One Day Take LAXATIVE BROMO QUININE (Tablets.) It stops the Cough and Headache and works off the Cold. E W. GROVE'S signature on each box. 3Ge. Winnipeg Market Oats- Open. Old eontrac Xew contract: May.............. S5V>-% July............ Barley- May ............. 151 Flax-January .'............ * # * t t t * * *> May Cash Oats- Xo. 2 CAY... SS% Extra nV 1 feed Xo. 1 feed.. 7STs No. 2 feed. Barley - Xo. 3 ......145 Prices Xo. 3 C.W., lose 85�8 151% SIS'* 323 s * * * * * 75?s ,5 Xo. 4 .140" k * * 4 W M .2i>/~ Penslar White Pine and Spruce Balsam is sold in two sizes, 25c and 50c, and only at Penslar stores. Feed Oa ts very other grade as well. levator cleaned and sacked if required. olivered promptly. ats for Seed. Iberta's Best. I Rejected and Feed.............121 Flax- Xo 1 X. W. C...... Xo. 2 C.W...315U Xo. 3 C.W Winnipeg Livestock Winnipeg, Jan. 21.-Livestock offerings at i.he Union Stock Yards today were 525 cattle and 911 hogs. The cattle market was steady and the hog market declined* 50 cents per hundred. Butcher steers. $7.50 to $11.50; heifers, $7.00 to$ 10 50; cows. $5.00 to $9.75; bulls, $7.00 to $10.00; oxen, $5.50 to $1,0.00; calves $6.00 to $11.00. Hogs, selects, $18.25; heavies, $13.50 to $14.50; sows/ S12.50 to $13.50; l.'ghts,'$14.00 to $15.00. New York Stocks. Xew York, Jan. 21.-Closing sales: C. P. R., 140 3-S; V. S. Steel, 91 3-8; U. S. Steel preferred, 109 3-4. Thai Oi The steady persistent ' oougu 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 eritire system and restore the throat and lungs to normal conditions. For this purpose use our- Emulsion oi Cod Liver Oil with Hypophosphites Price $1.00 per large bottle. The Red Cross Drug Book Phone 555 Land Office Inspector J. "W. Martin, Dominion lands office inspector, is in the city today. Is Gassed Pte. Peter Mulligan, of Pernio, B.C., is reported to tye suffering from gas at tho front. Moose Meeting Regular meeting of Loyal Order of Mooac will be hold Tuesday night at S o'clock. Yis.Mng brothers welcome. Back From Chicago J, E. Terrill has returned from Chicago. Mr. Terrill was in the Illinois metropolis at. the time of the big stOrm which tied up traffic. The Late Major Stafford Mentioned In the list of Canadians mentioned in Sir "Douglas Haig's Despatches for the now year appears the name of the late-Major A. B. Stafford. Tractor School The I. IT. C. tractor school concluded on Saturday. A total of 104 attended. More than 125 have registered for the. next., school which opens February 4th. A Mock Parliament A mock parliament Is to be opened at Wesley church tomorrow by the governor-general, in the person of W. A. Buchanan, M.P. 6. J. Shepherd, it is hinted, ia to bo the government's choice for the speakership. Hon. C. K. Cameron is the leader of the government, and W. A. Leavitt is is command of tho opposition. The public is invited to be present and listen to the debates of the parliamentarian*. GET YOURS TODAY AT The Kenny S lllin Cn. ltd ry Our ervice. ALL RE-ELECTED r Spratt 's Cakes Residence Sold It is understood the T. R. Davidson , residence on ,31th St. S. has hee^i sold 1 to Dr. Leech, who has opened a practice here with offices in the Sherlock building. i Death Infant Henderson The infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Alex. Henderson, 712 16th St. north, died on January 13th, and was buried Jan. 14th. Rev. E. J. Hodgin3 of the United Church officiating. Death Soldier's Wife Mary Josephine Rice, aged 30 years, died in LetHbridge,, Jan. 18. The remains were taken to Medicine Hat, the former home of the deceased, by a sister, Mrs. E. L. Johnson, of that city. Mr.- Awrey .Rice, who is left to mourn his wife, is now in the front line trenches in France, and another sister, Mrs. C, D. Martin, also of Medicine Hat. pointed to sit hero'dn Wednesday regarding the Factory Act. This is very important as a good deal depends on this meeting as to what stand the retailers are go*ng to take in this matter. Mr. G. Wv Anderson will also bo there to address the meeting on what the Retail Association has dono for Saskatchewan. A very large attendance is looked for. ANNOUNCEMENTS ' I THE Store LETHBRIDGE James R chardson & Sons, Ltd. 201 SHERLOCK BLDQ. C. W, MAN80N 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. Metal Sky-1 i ght Work Is one of onx specialties. We make and put up skylights of any size or style desired. Guarantee materials to be the best and heaviest obtainable. As to the work itself, our best references are the many buildings containing skylights of our supplying. We guarantee all work water and .weather proof. "Estimates cheerfully furaished. The Dixon Sheet Metal Co. REAR STAFFORD BLOCK LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA (From Our Own Correspondent) Masinasin, Alta., Jan. 18. - The threatened^ cold wave that has visited eastern North America has not as yet reached us.** The last thaw came in due time filling ponda and reservoirs thus assuring water for the wintering stock. i Milk River Valley consolidated school district 11, held its annual meeting in j the school house on January 12th and judging from the attendance of the I ratepayers, interest in school affairs ! is growing keen. All reports .of the ' board were accepted and school business discussed. ' In appreciation of the good work done, the ratepayers returned all the . old members of the board of trustees j by acclamation. This action of the I people cannot be too highly praised when considering the fact that it leaves the school business for the coming year in the hands of men who are well acquainted with the past j uubiiieBo and so have a good founda-'tion'upon which to plan for the future. We can well feel proud of our school and of our teacher. Under the consolidated-system,-.with the smooth working of the school vans we find a mich higher percentage of attendance than wa3 had in the old single school system, and consequently we find the school work much more satisfactory to pupils, teacher and parents. Successful Teacher If the appearance of the school in general and the enthusiasm of the pupils can be taken as a standard !iy which to guage a teacher's success then surely Miss Brown is a very successful teacher. The young people of the community attended a party at the Audett home on the river flats and as a result the elder people are wondering whose wagon tried to climb a telephone pole. Tirn do you know anything about it? At a meeting of citizens held at the I home of Mrs. W. C. Shields a read-i ing club was organised and the organi-i zatlcn decided to take advantage of j the traveling library offered by the extension department of the University of Alberta. U.F.A. Annual Mating At the annual meeting of the local branch of the U.F.A'., officers were elected. i 1 Spratts* dog and puppy cakes in packets only, are listed in arrival today's Per 50c Package J. D. Higirbsth Limited r The %>.��l� Stor* "Alberta's Pioneew Druggists" Whotuiafe and Retail C Hie mists* TELEPHONE No. 322 Installed Hat Offl&ers F. Kenny, E. J. Sehl, T. J. Quinn and Ed. Koen returned yesterday froin Medicine I-fat, where they assisted In the installation of officers tJT'-the K. C. Lodge. Failed to Report Tim D. Hanlan was picked up b3" the city police yesterday for failing to report for military duties. He was turned over to the military authorities today. i Retail Clerks' Meeting An important meeting of Retail Clerks is called for tonight at eight o'clock in the Labor Hall. Every clerk is urged to be present, to appoint delegates for factory act commission. I FEW CARS THRESHED TIMOTHY FOR SALE. GOOD FEED Appi> tor dejiverea Prices to F. 0. Hyde & Co. Phone 1244 Lethbrid Will Prosecute Officers from Edmonton were in the city Sunday with the result that several r-cstauranteurs and others are expected to appear in court shortly charged witlf infractions of the Lord's Day Act.  _ Death of Infant. Nellie Fia, 3 months old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Fia, 51 Sth St., Staffordville, died -Ian. 18th. The funeral was held Jan. 19th, at the Catholic church, interment in St. Patrick's cemetery. beath of Ja3. Watson James Watson, aged 61 years, died Jan. 21st at his residence, 712 3rd St. S. The deceased leaves a wife, one daughter, Mrs. Edgar Covel! of Buffalo N. Y., five sons, George of Kalonaf B. C, James and Frank of Pierce, and Eric and Cyrill at home. The late Mr. Watson came west fro^n Toronto in 1S97 and farmed at Pierce until 1912 and since that time has resided in Lethbridge. Funeral notice will be announced later. Reta'lers Meeting. Matters of importance arc to come up for d'scussion ut the retailers meeting Tuesday night, one i� the matter of meeting the commission ap- RStss Bawden's Private School will re-open Monday, January 21st at 9.30 ; a.m. Beginners' class in the morning. For further information apply at 1255 4th Ave. S., or phone 115S after the 19th. m 33-0 Thn annual meeting of the Leth-hridge Children's Aid Society will be held in the Triangle room at the Y. M. C. A. on Monday evening, January 21st at S.30 p.m. Business, election of officers. Tho work and object of thla society will be explained at this meeting- All persons interested in the welfare of children are cordially invited to attend. 32-3 A dance w'll be held in Burgman's hall, 13th St. North, Tuesday night, Jan. 22nd. Dancing from 9 to 2. Refreshments served. Gents $1.00, ladies free, but can bring some sandwiches and cake if they desire. R. Burgman in charge. Two piece orchestra. 34-i Three or four vacant rooms at the "Y" with hot and coid shower baths. For rates call secretary. Phone 547. we specialize in office equipment Typewriters-Bought, Sold, Rented and Repaired. All maktfs. Cheek Writers, Envelope Sealers, Stamp Affixcrg, Adding Machines. # Office Desks, Typewriter Desks, Vertical Filing Cab Inst*, Transfer Cases and Boxes. 1 Legal Forms, Loose Leaf Systems, Counter Check Books and Blank Books of alt kinds. * A FULL LINE OF OFFICE STATIONERY. EVERALL & FRANKS SINNOTT BLOCK, COR. FOURTH AVE. & FIFTH ST. 3. PHONE 1107 I. r I e Not The One Gunner Jas. Steels of the 3!)th Battery, who has been at Ogrlen hospital, and who is visiting his home here in North Lcthhridge, states that he is not the same Jas. Steele who was in court last week on a serious charge. "DESIGNED FOR ME" HAIR CUTS AT THE SANITARY SHOP WESTBROOK BROS. Opposite Bank of Montreal j mittee was appointed to take full charge of the social side of the local's meetings. ^ ^ Charles Zorn has been notified to rally to the colors. Will Zorn, his brother has been Jn France since the tall of 11)14. Joins Flying Corps Arthur Jarvis, 14th St.. X., wiio has been employed at the po'.v/r house for a number of years, is leaving on Thursday morning for the oast, where he is joining the mechanical staff of the. Jtoyal Flying Corps. Sanitary and Low-Priced Here are the rugs that have taken the "weep" out of * Weep" - the Death Champion Lagy Mrs. Harriet Baker, age 70 years Cled ?i't Champion. Jan. 37th. The de ceased leaves a daughter, Mrs. Fran A*iuerson ,oi Champion, with whom she has resided the past year, since coming trom the U.S. The funeral took place at Carmangay on Saturday. _.....t_________ ______, Homer Spivy has returned from ser- j delegates" appointed "io "the I vice in France. Upon their arrival a j Calgary convention and much other local business transacted. A com- Superior tnC Ave. S. and 13th.3tn?ot MINING. BUILDING & RAILWAY SUPPLIES & EQUIPMENT TUDHOPE ANDERSON AND EMERSON FARM IMPLEMENTS GANG PLOWS SULKIES FOKD TRACTOR ATTaCM BUGGIES MENTS. DEMOCRATS AUTO TRAILERS l CULTIVATORS BIHD.-R ENGITJEi PHONE 1726-TAKE A BLUE LINE CAR FAMILY PORTRAITURE party was givon in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Spivy i-A the home ot his sister Mrs. A. A. iiarrl.--. Arthur Mylrea and Win. Shields will attend the U.F.A. convention as delegates of this local.   to be for Make it an annual duty yourselves to have' your child ren's photo taken. You will cheating abiding pleasures your later years. I Smith's Stu 0QZ Third Ave. S. Phone 1471 ? ? ? AIRMEN INJUR Ottawa, Jan. 21.-The department (A the naval service announced that Flight Officer Harold Bricker, ft. N. A. S., of Preston. Ont., and Flight Sub-Lieut. Andrew A. Cameron, R, N. A. s.. of Xeville, Sask., have been injured. <* ? ? To Investigate Act v ^ On Wednesday morning in the city council chambers tho Factory Act commission composed of Judge Carpenter and JJeputy Attorney-General Brown-� ing will hold a Hession. The legislative committee of the Retail Merch-\ ants' association will hold a meeting Tuesday night to prepare their case for the commission. Police Court Tlios. Ryan was fined $10 and coats at the city police court this morning on a charge of disorderly conduct. Nick Siminuk and T. unofrachuk, drunk, got off with $10 and costs, uuy Marvin and,Grace McDonald were down on tho sl?.te as vags and were soaked $10 and'costs each, Peter Williams, a dope fiend, was dismissed with a warning to get out of town. rugs that make cleaning-day a joy. But this is only one advantage of Congoleum ft Utter than the btating of cltter of, rut** An't i! Rugs, a full line of which we are displaying this week. � Come In and see- the; Our stock of the new Con* goleum Art-Rugs will be treat to your eyes. Such marvelous patterns in a low-priced rug have never before been possible. You will find here just what you want for every room in your home where a low* priced rug is suitable. 11 around and solve your or-covering problems today. Consumers 4 Hardware Co. i, ;