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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - January 22, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta Assiniboia Music Co., Ltd. 315 6th Str s. Phone 1545 Editon phonographs. The New Edison and the Ambcrola. Full range of Records. i HOTEL WINDSOR 1-*rr~,-:-----*- EUROPEAN PLAN ' / MEAL& FROM 6.^0 A.M. TO 8.00 P.M. I & hi? AS ALWAYS Good m?u^ are as near as your telephone. DELANYS MEAT CO, JA flFTH ST. S. 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 $1.1.5,MF not $1.25 for a four pound tin OF pure strawberry jam. we,laid in a good supply of PUR^ jam8 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- - . 7 85 cents to 95 cents. a liberal reduction allowed in case lots assorted. Jren ? ? *> *> NO SUGAR EMBARGO FROM U. S. v Pens la Feed Oats very other grade as well, levator cleaned and sacked if required. eltvered promptly e d .its for Seed. fberta's Best. T get yours today at The Kenny S liirilfl.lt ry Our ervicc. Ja THE Store LETHBRIDGE es R chardson & Sons/ Ltd. 201 SHERLOCK BLDG. we specialize in office equipment , Rented and Repaired. Ail makes. Sealers, Stamp Afflxers, Adding Vertical Filing Cabinets, Typewriters-Bought, $o!d Check Writers, Envelope Machines. Office Desks, Typewriter Desks, 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 1107 C. W. MANSON � PHONE 613 The Twentieth Century Book Store 4 L 4 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-light Work 5s one of our 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 nil work water and weather proof. Estimates cheerfully furhis^d. The Dixon Sheet Metal Co F.EAR STAFFORD BLOCK LETHBRIDGE. ALBERTA lenor 2nu Ave. s. and 13th Street. iKfrn?:G. building & railway supplies * equipped VJDI-:OFE anderson AND emerson farm lMPLEmENT3 6ULKIE* ford tractor atu^ �JCGIES - MENT8 UUMOCRAT8 auto trailers CULTIVATORS binder ENSK1EC i-.-.w,*- -TAKE A blue line* CAR ? Toronto, Jan. 2^.-A special despatch from New Yorlftytc the Globe says: "Mr. James How-el! Post, chairman of the � International committee of refik-ers, and in charge of the distribution of sugar throughout America, stated that there was foundation for the report last night, published in sevtral New York newspapers, that raw sugar shipments from New York to Canada had been prohibited until further notice." CITY AND DISTRICT Is Prisoner War^ Pte. Jas. Wiitmough of PInoher Creek is stated to bo a prisoner of war in Germany. TELL OF ESCAPE OF Tlie 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 tho throat ami lungs to normal conditions. For this purpose use our- Emulsion of Cod Liver Oil Trades Council Meeting. The Lethbridge Trades and I^abor Council will meet in the Labor Hall tonight (Tuesday) at 8 o'clock. 1 Canadian Patriotic Fund. The Hon. Treas., It. J. U- Paterson, acknowledges receipt of a contribution of ?30.00 from M. U. Laverick. 1 With Hyp Price $1.1 For Halifax Relief The Canadian Bank of Commerce i wishes to* acknowledge the receipt of | $8.95 for the Halifax relief fund from | the young men of Crystal Lake, per William 'Ingram, Lethbridge. Halifax Curio / C. B. Bowman has received from histirother iu Halifax a bit of iron from the ill-fated Mont Blanc, which was picked up two miles away from the explosion in the harbor. Victoria. B. C, Jan. 22.-First, details of the escape of Commander Felix Von Luckner and several members of the crew of the raider Seead-. ler from Motuihl Island, Auckland j Harbor,; and the subsequent reenp-> lure of the entire party off Kermadec | Islands, were learned here with tht* j arrival of a passenger Jiner from Aus-; tralia. Qornmander Von Luckner and , ten German prisoners of war made} their escape from Motuibf Island dur- 1 iug the night of December 13 in the , launch Pearl. From t^e launch the party boarded and took ^charge of the j sailing craft Moa. which was riding in ; the Bay of Plenty, and in her they sail- ; ed away from the New Zealand coast. ! They were recaptured eight days later > on December 21 in the vicinity of the . Kermadec Islands by an armed vessel dispatched by the New Zealand ( government and taken back to the in- � ternment camp at Auckland. ^The : crew of the Moa, consisting of "'five I men and a boy, were still on their ves- j sel when it was captured and stated j that they had been well treated by %he, Germans. strikes end \ London, Jan. 22.-The strike movement which assumed such menacing dimensions in Austria on Sunday was virtually ended on, Monday morning, when the strikers either resumed work or held meetings at which a decision was reached to go back to their tasks today. bottle. The Red Cross Drug and Book Co. ' Phone-555 Union Prayer Meeting* The union prayer meetings -iiavo been well attended and interest is growing. Services will be held in tha Christian church on Wednesday at S o'clock. / I i f NORTH DAKOTA FIRE Bowman,/N. D., Jan. 21.-Fire caused damage estimated at $9,000 at Marmarth Stores, demolishing half a block of the down town section. Seventy per cent, of the loss is covered by Insurance. Winnipeg Market. Oats- Open. Old contract: May ........ New contract: May ... July .. , Barley-May . . . Flax-January May ... Close. 4 4 4 * * 4 * 85^ 85* # *  * * * � * 31S% 85% 83 H 151% 321 327 Has Got Discharge W. Emery, who returned from active service ten weeks 0go, has received his discharge and is reopening hi the painting, cleconttijjg and paper-hanging business. Goggles of all descriptions for Motorists and Drivers. We have an assortment of the best makes ranging from 25c to $5.00 J. D. Higi(ib3tham&Co Not This Ryan Thos. Ryan, messenger for the Bank of Commerce, states that he was not. the man who appeared in police court on a charge ot being drunk, nor were any members of his family implicated. t { I Gets Military Cross Captain H. F. Preston, a brother of Mrs. R. R. Davidson of this city, has been awarded the military cross. Capt. Preston is medical officer of the 29th Canadians. The decoration is. awarded for "conspicuous bravery and excellent work at Passchendaeie." Capt. Preston is known to quite a number of -Lethbrdge people as he has visited his sister here. Limited Alberta's Pioneer OruBQUt* Wholesale and Retail Chemiati TELEPHONE No. 322 Fined for.Assault In A. P. P. court on Monday after noon before Magistrate Elton, E. IT. Oliver appeared on a charge of as saulting David King by choking him at the polling booth at McLean school on Dominion election day. The fuss arose over some claim made by Mr l�ing, who was the enumerator, that Mr. Oliver did not have a vote. Mr Oliver decided to plead guilty and was fined $5 and cost3. FEW CARS THRESHED TIMOTHY FOR SALE. GOOD FEED Apply for delivered Prices to F. 0. Hyde & Co. Phone 1244 Lethbridge Oats-No. 2 C.*.. Cash Prices No. 3 C.W... 81% Extra No. 1 Feed .............. 81% 8% No. 2 feed, No. 1 feed. Barley- No. 3 ......145% No. 4 ......140% Rejected and Feed .............121. . Fi ax-No. 1 N. W. C................S21 No. -j C.W...J18 No. 3 CW...301 "DESIGNED FOR ME HAIRCUTS AT THE SANITARY SHOP WESTBROOK BROS Opposite Bank of Montreal 9% Attend ng U. F. A. j , Vtoe-presidcnt Dunham, Director W. I A. Hamilton, Supt. Fairfield ol Uip ' Experimental Farm, John McD. Da-i vidson ol Coaldale, Jas. Meeks of Ray-; mond and President Marnoch of the Board of Trade, are among those from i this district who are in Calgary at- | tending the annual convention of Uip U. F: A. President Marnoch will go from Calgary to Regina to attend- a session of the Jo'nt Committee of .Commerce and Agriculture. n .----- Driver is Fined On Friday last C. A. McLaughlin, while driving pnst a hay wagon being driven by T. A. Hadlington, seven miles northeast of tho city, knocked l\lr. Hadlington down. The latter was walking beside the team and as a result of the accident the wagdn passed over one 'of Irs legs. The driver of the w did not stop to see what injury | had done. For failure to do so he was soaked $5 and costs Ijy Magistrate Ellon in A. P. P. court. The Quinine That Does Not Affect Head Because of its tonic and laxative effect, Laxative Broino Quinine can be taken by anyone without causing nervousness or ringing in the head. There is only one "Bromo Quinfne." E.� W. GROVE'S signature is on box. 30c. QUEBEC EXPECTS CH EHION FAMILY 8 PORTRAITURE Muke it an annual- duty yourselves to have your children's piioto taken. You will be creating abiding pleasures for your later years. ' Smith's Studio r*" Third' Ave. S, Phone 1471 ANNOUNCEMENTS Miss Bawden's Private School will re-open Monday, January 21at at 9.30 a.m. Beginners' class In the morning. For further information apply at 125� 4th Ave. S., or phone 1158 after the 19th. % 33-0 Three or four vacant rooms at the "V� with hot and cold shower baths. For rates call secretary. Phone 547. Quebec, Jan. 22.-Emigration from A dance will be held in Burgman's France is oxpectod for the. province'; hall, lath St. North, tonight.-Danc-o,f Quebec after .the war. Sir Lomerjing from 9 to 2. Refreshments serv-Oouin in the assembly last%nlght said ed. Gents $1,00, ladies free, but can that he believed such emigration bring some sandwiches and cake if would come, following reports receiv- i they desire. II. Burgman in charge, ed from (Jodfroi Laaglois, the provln-jTwo piece orchestra. 35-1 cial agent general in Brussels, who [has been working in France owing to the war conditions in Belgium, wfth a view, to having French emigration. ----- ---------.o--.....i- here. There could be no emigration! lty? construction and - design, Mason during the war, said Sir Lomer. Tho & Risen llanos are highest in public .French government would not permit favoj*. Every step in their manufao Careful Steps Taken , Because they are the highest in qual- it. tui'e^is the result of scientific study and .-application-only highest quality of nnaterials are used. Ask Mason & ^ ftisch, /jfmited, Balmoral Block, 5th i\ a) St. S., Lethbridge. to mail you descrip- .... 1 -1 l .____ _ ra . Fleming .Say ' "Seven Keys fo Baldpate % ,_____, ^.........r^,_______. ,_____ unique photopiry which nobody should j ive matter-you'll get prompt, court miss."-Advertisement. - Jeous response.-Advertisement. TIRPITZ A LITTtE | the party had gained recognition j abroad and that branches were being formed and the membership increasing. 1 Amsterdam, Jan. 22.-Almost at the time that another meeting of the annexationist Fatherland- party was being broken up at Cologne on Sunday, ( Admiral Von Tirpitz. one of the nrov- i large meeting in Berlin. He asserted & �l M ****** 4� * ONTARIO'S SUBSCRIPTION TO PATRIOTIC FUND. ? Toronto, Jan. 22.-The Ontario government has fixed Its subscription to the patriotic and Red Cross funds at $*',200t-000. This is $200,000 more than last year's subscription. f * * * * * * * ? * * ? a -I Quality Service To Accommodate Our Increasing Business Have Installed An Centrally located as we are it puts us in a position to give that prompt service which is desired in the meat business. We carry as near as possible & full line of fresh and cured meats, etc., at reasonable prices. Try our home made headcheese and sausage. . A limited amount of good cooking butter at 2 ft s. fol 65c ARLOW'S EAT ARKET 1110 SIXTH AVE SOUTH. PHONE 796 Sanitary and Low-Priced Here are the rugs that have taken the "weep" of "sweep" - the out rugs that make cleaning-day a joy. Rugs, a full line of which we are displaying this week. Come in and see them. But tliis is only one advantage of Congoleum Thit ft Jutlv bating, it/ other mr? Our stock of the new Congoleum Art-Ruga will be m treat to your eyes. Such marVelous patterns in a ]ow-price4 lug have never than tfit before been possible. You Will find here just what you /want for every room in your home where. a low-priced rug is suitable. Call around and solve your fioor-covering problems today. of rits$, Un'i it su mers IS 3s! Hardwa t, � ;