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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 21, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta -^--- Afltiniboia Music Co., Ltd. 319 6th Str 3. ' Phone 1D45 Editen Phonograph*. The New Editon and tho Amberola. Full range of Recordt. HOTEL Vi'ir blCR ......I_____________ EUROPEAN PLAN MBALt PROM CM A.M. TO �.� P.M. THIS WEEK AS ALWAYS Good meats are as near as your' telephone. DELANYS MEAT CO. FIFTH ST. S. OPPOSITE DALLAS HOTEL PHONE 452 V o > ? ? > AI>U.r and Spruce Balsam is sold in two sizes, 25c and 50c, and only at Penslar stores. GET YOURS TODAY AT IheKenii] THE Store LETHBRIDGE FINED 9600 Windsor, Ont., Jan. 21.-For assisting three Germans to pass from tho I'nited State.? into (."anada. Alphousc Bacheld^, road manager for a .\ew York operatic company, was fined SfiOO and costs by Magistrate Leggatt this morning. Bachelder pleaded guilty to the charge but professed ignorance of the law. His wife promptly paid the fine. NO TIE-UP NOW Ottawa. Jan. 21.-Thp Ottawa Electric Railway Company r.nd its employees havo adjusted their differences and their �will, as a result, bo no tie-up of the street car service in the capital. To Cure a Cold in One Day Take LAXATIVE BROMO QUI.VINE (Tablets.) It stops the Cough and Headache and works off the Cold. B W. GROVE'S signature on each box. 30c. Feed Oats very other grade at well. e - r^levator cleaned and sacked jCt if required. ^Ilvered promptly. for Seed. _^lberta'� Best. ( James r.chardson & Sons, Ltd, 201 SHERLOCK BLOQ. Winnipea Market. Oats- Open, lose Old contract; May............... S5% New contract: May............. S5ii-% S5?8 July............ S3?i 83% Barley-May ............. 151% 151% Flax-January .'............ 318'/; May............. 322>^ 323?, Cash Prices Oats-No. 2 G,W... SS% No. 3 C.W... S2% E.xtra No. 1 feed............... S2?i No. 1 feed.. 7STb No. 2 feed.. 75T4 Barley - No. 3 ......H5% No. 4 ......140-.. Rejected and Feed ........121 Flax-No 1 N. W. C..................3181.!. No. 2 C.W...3151^ No. 3 C.W..29/% Winnipeg Livestock Winnipeg, Jan. 21.-Livestock of-" ferings at the 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, $7.50 to Jll.50; heifers, J7.00 to$ 10.50; cows, J5.00 to J9.75; bulls, J7.00 to $10.00; oxen, ?5.30 to 51^.00; calves $6.00 to Ill.OO. Hogs, selects, $18.25; heavies, $13.50 to $14.50; sows,' $12.50 to $13.50; lights,'$14.00 to $15.00. j New York Stocks. New York, Jan. 21.-Closing sales: C. P. R.. 140 3-8; U. S. Steel, 91 3-8; . U. S. Steel preferred, 109 For the Cough I The steady persistent ' cough that never quite diaappenrs Is due to a chronic weakness and Irritation of the tissues of the air pa.ssages and must bo overcome by a ti'eatmcnt that will build up the eiitiro system and restore the throat and lungs 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 Book Co. Phone 5S5 CITY AND DISTRICT Is Wounded 13. O. Anderson, of Clarosliolm, is in I tho lists today as wounded. Land Office Inspector J. W. Martin, Dominion lands office Inspector, is In the city today. Is Gassed PtG. Peter aiuUigan, ot Fernio, B.C., is reported to suffering from gas at the Iropt Moose Meeting Regular meeting of Loyal Order of Moaae will be held Tuesday night at 8 o'clock. Vis.tlng brothers welcome. Back From Chicago J. E. Terrill has returned from Clii-i cago. Mr. Terrill was in tho Illinois nietrcpolls at tho time ot the big sttirjn which tied up traffic. The Late Major Stafford Mentioned ; In tho list ot Canadians mentioned in Sir BoHglas Ifalg's Despatches for the new year appears the name of the late .Major A. B. Stafford. Tractor School The I. n. C. tractor school concluded on Saturday. A total of 104 attended. More than 125 have registered for th& next^ school which opens February 4th. C. W, MANSON PHONE 613 The i Twentieth Century Book Store LETHBRIOQE, ALBERTA, CANADA V;E will be glad to order and deliver if not in stock, any�ook published. OFFICE SUPPLIES, QUALITY STATIONERY Latest Styles. Correct Forms. ' Metal Sky-light Work !s one ot our specialties. We make and put up skylights ot any size or style desired. Guarantee materials to be tlie best and heaviest obtainable. As to tho work Itself, our best references are the many buildings containing skylight� of our supplying. Wo guarantee all work water and iweather proof. Estl-inatea cheerfully lur/lghed. The Dixon Sheet Metal Co. REAR STAFFORD BLOCK LETHBRIDOE. ALBERTA Superior Supply Co. tnO Ave. S. and 13th.StrML MININO. BUILDING & RAILW.W flUPPLISS A EQUIPMENT TUQrfQM ANDERSON AND EMERSON FARM IMPLEMENTS 0AN�(PkOW6 SULKIES FOKO TRACTOR ATThCH ' BUjOiaiBB MENTS; OKMOCRATS AUTO TRAIL:iR8 / CIM-TIVATORS BINorR ENQCICt PHONE 1726-TAKE A BLUE LSNE CAR L TRUSTEES M ALLRE-ELECe (From Our Oi\'n Correspondent) Jlasinaein, Alfa., Jan. 18. - The]d wave that has visited eastern Norih America has not as yet reached us. The last thaw came in due time filling ponds and reservoirs thus assuring water for the ^wintering stock. , , . t Milk River Valley consolidated school district 11, held its annual meetinS in the school houso on January 12th atid Judging from the attendance ot the ratepayers, interest in school affairs is growing keen. AU reports .ot the board were accepted and school busl-; ness discussed. f In appreciation ot the good . work done, the ratepayers returned all the old members ot the board of trustees by aotiamation. This action df the people cannot be too highly praised when considering tho fact that it leaves the school business for the coming year in the hands of men ,who are well acquainted with the Tpast uusineiiB a^il so have a goqd tounda-tion^upon which to plan for tlie future. We can well feel proud of our school and ot our teacher. Under the consolidated-system,^with tho smooth working of the scliool vans we find a mich higher percentage of attendance than was had in the old single school system, and consequently we find the school work much more satistactory to pupils, teacher and parents. Suceeeaful Tsachsr It the appearance of the school In general and the enthusiasm of the ptipils can be taken as a standard by which to guaga a teacher's success then Hurely Miss Brown Is a very suc-ceesful- teacher. The young people of tho 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 tele-pltono polo. Tlrn do you know anything about it? At a meeting of citizens held at the home of Mr.i, AV, 0. Shields a reading club v/as organized and the organization decided to lake advantage of the traveling library offered by tho extension department ot the Untvecs-ity of Alberta. ' U.F.A. Annual Mffitlno At the annual meeting of the local branch of the U.P.A'., officer? were elected, delegates appointed to the Calgary convention and much other local business transacted^, ,A .corner - r========s==srii���=�==srs^^ Sprdtt's Ddg Cakes Spratts' dog and puppy cakes in packets only, are listed in today*s arnval Per 50c Package J. D. Higirbitlia^ & Co � '� Limited ' � -Alberta's Pionesw Druggists'* Wholeiale and Retail CHemlstiL TELEPHONE No. 323 Residence Sold It is understood the T. R. Davidson residence on 11th St. S. has be* sold to Dr. Leech, who has opened a practice here with offices In the Sherlock building. Death Infant Henderson Tho infant son ot Mr. and Mrs. Alex. Henderson, 712 IGtli St. north, died on Jamiary 13th, and was buried Jan. ; 14th. Rev. E. J. Hodgins of tho United ' Church officiating. Installed Hat Officers ,F. Kenny, E. J. Sehl, T. J. Quinn and Ed. Koen returned yesterday froiA Medicine Ifat, where they assisted in the installation of officers -tir^the K. C. Lodge. Failed to Report TIra D. Hanlaii was picked up by the city police yesterday for failing to report for military duties. >Ie was turned over to tho military authoj-i-tlo3 today. Retail Clerks' Meeting An inu^rtant meeting of Retail Clerks Is called for tonight at eight o'clock in the Labor Hall. ISvery clerk is.urged to be present, to appoint delegates for factory act oommlsaion. Will Prosecute Officers fro'tn Edmonton were In the city Sunday with the result that several restauraiUeurs and others are expected to api : .? -  * * �  * * 4> AIRMEN ir^UURED ? Ottawa, Jan. 21-The depart'  ce an- �> nounccii that- Flight Offjoer  * Harold Hrleker, B', N. A. ,S., of  ? Preaton, Ont, and Flight Bub-   Lieut, Aiulrow. A. Cameron, R,  N. A. S, of Noviiie, Sssk,, have   been Injured.  N/ot The One Gunner Jas. Steels of the 39th Battery, who has been at Ogden hospital, and who is viBitiiig hi.H home here^ln North Lethbridge, states that ho is not the same Jas. Steelo.who was In court, last week on a serious charge. Joins Flying Corps Arthur Jarvis, 14th St. N., who has been employed at the pov.'/?r houso for a number of years, is leaving on Thursday morning tor the east, v/hero he. |8 joining tho mechanical staff of the^ Royal Flying Corps, Death Champion Lajjy -, Mrs. Harriet Baker, ago 70 years, d.'ed s't Champion, .fan. 17th. The dey ceased leavoa a danghter, Mrs. FraiiK Aiiucsison ,01 Champion, with whom she has resided the past year, slncu coming fro^n tho U.S. Tho funeral took place at Carmangay on Saturday. To Investigate Act �On Wednesday morning in tho city counoli chambers the Factory Act commission composed of Judge Carpenter and Deputy .^ttorney-Oeneral Browning will hold a HOHslon. The leglala-!-tlve committeo of the Retail Merchants' association will hold a meeting Tuesday night to prepare their case for 'iUe commission. ^ Police Court , Th08. Ryan was fined |10 and coats ' at the city police court this morning on a charge of disorderly conduct, Nick Slmlnuk and T. unofrachuk, drunk, got off Avlth $10 and costs. U.J.-J iVfarvln and,Grace McDonald w^re down on tho slate ns vags and were soaked f 10 and *co3ts each,. Potor WH-Uaws,, a dope fiend, wSs dismissed with a warniag to get out of town. �/... SMataiy and Lcyw-Priced Her� litre the rugs that ; have taken tlie "weep" out of ."sweep"-the rugs that make cleaning-clay a joy.: But this is only one advantage 6( Congbleum' Wins if tlUr Rugs, li full line of which we are displaying this week. V C>me fn and seo' them. Our stock of the new Con* goleum Alt-Rugs will be  treat to _JSont eyei. Such nwryeloiiir^ pattema iii a loW>prtcqd rug have never before been pouible. You witl find here juttyrhatyoii � ^nt f or.. every, rcNoni ' in ybiir home, where ^a law* 'pV{ce