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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 22, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta Asiiiiiboia Music Co., Ltd. StO eth Sir S. Phoiic 1545 Editen Phonographs. The New Ediion snd the Ambcrola. Full range of Records. HOTEL Wlt^lbSCR MEAL^PRbM 6.f0 A.M. TO �M PM THIS WEEK AS ALWAYS Good meats are as near as your telephone. DELANYS MEAT CO., riFTH ST. E. OPPOSITE DALLAS HOTEL PHONE 452 STOP THAT B^^K WITH Penslar White Pine and^ Spruce Balsam If you h.ive a stubborn cough and your lungs are iiiflauifd and your air passages irritated, this splendid cough syrup v.ill afford the relief you seek promptly niu! -svithout any harmful after effects. Penslar White Pine .nnd Spruce Balsam is a healinK roraedy composed of White Pino Bark. Spruce Gtinr. Tamarac Bark. Wild Cherry and other ingredients of recognized merit. A bottle of this effective remedy will soon rid you of that harassing couRh, and for your protection the formula is on every label. ^VrlC^t-Vir Spruce Balsam is .'5old in two sizes. 25c and aOc, .ir.d only at Penslar stores. GET YOURS TODAY AT Tliei[eiinySlllliiH;o.ltil. THE Store LETHBKIOCE FACTORY ACT WN10 MEETHEREIDNESOAY The citj- council has arranged that the session of the special commission : on the factory act will be held Wednesday mora.'ng at the board of trade building instead of at the city hall. AU-iuterested are preparing their cases today. It is understood the retail merchants will present pretty muiih tl\e same memorandum as that prepared by the board of trade iiud presented to Premier Stewart at the Recent cAn-: ference in Calgar.v. Feed Oats f^ytry other grade as well. IJilevator cleaned and sacked If required. /^slivered promptly - ^)ats for Seed. ^Iberta's Best. �fj^ry Our Strylce. James Rxhardson & Sons, Ltd. 201 SHERLOCK BCOQ. PURE FRUIT JAMS ARE GOINQTO BE HIGHER IN PRICE, IN FACT ONE OF THE LARGEST JAM>*ANUFACTURER� IN CANADA HASAUHEAOr. ADVANCED H|S PRICE AND AT THE COST TODAY WE WOULD HAVE TO GET AT LEAST >1.W,^IF NOT $1.25 FOR A FOUR POUND TIN OF PURE STRAWBERRY JAM. WE,LAI0 IN A GOOD SOPPLY.OF PURE J>kMS LA'sT FALL-CONSISTING OP WAQSTAFFE'S, K. C, KING BEACH, NELSON, HARVEST AND DONALUO BRANDS. ALL THESE JAMS ARE \GUARAN. TEEO ABSOLUTELY PURE FRUIT AND SUGAR* OUR PRICES ON THESE, PER FOUR POUND TIN RUN FROM- ^ . - , > , 85 ctnts tb 95 centi. A LIBERAL REDUCTION ALLOWED IN CASE KOTS ASSORTED. HGHCLASS GROCERS THE GOOD CO. PHONE C>���        > NO SUGAR EMBARGO � FROM U. �. ^ -- � � Toronto. Jan. 2S^.-A special ? despatch from New' Yorftyto, the ? Globe says: "Mr. JamesHlow-"� ell Post, chairman ot tho.Jn- ? ternatlffual cAmmittee ot refill-> prs, and in charge ot the dis- ? trJbuUon of sugar throughout ? America, stated that there was ? no,.-foundation for the report >� last night, published in sevbral ? , New York newspaper?, that raw sugar shipments from. New > York to Canada had been pro- ? hibited until further notice." � > ? ? ? TELL OF ESCAPE OF Fl we specialize in office equipment \ Typewriters-Bought, ^Id, Rented and Repaired. All makes. Check Writers, Envelope Sealers, Stamp Afflxers, Adding Machines. Office Desks, Typewriter Desks, Vertical Piling Cabinets, Tranafer Cases and Boxes. Legal Forms,.Loose Leaf Systems, Counter Check Books and Blank Books of air kinds. A FULL LINE OF OFFICE STATIONERY. EVERALL & FRANKS SINNOTT BLOCK, COR. FOURTH AVE. A FIFTH ST. S. PHONE 1107 jC. W. MANSON PHONE 613 The Twentieth Century Bm^k Store LETHBRIDGE. ALBERTA, CANADA WE WILL BE GLAD TO ORDER AND DELIVER IF NOT IN STOCK, ANY BOOK PUBLISHED. , . OFFICE SUPPLIES, QUALITY STMtIONERV Latest Stylss. Correct Forms. Victoria, B. C'Jan. 22.-First, dc-' tails of the escape ot Commandcr Fellx Von Luckner and several members of the crew ot the raider Seead-ler from Stotuihi Island, Auckland Harbor,! and the subsequent recap- ! ture o� tlio entire party off Kermadec ' Islands, v.-ere learned here with tlie^ arrttal of a passenger liner Jrom Australia. CJohjmander V6ti Luckner and , ten German prisoners of war made their escape from Motuihf Island during the night of December 13 In the j launch Pearl. From the launch the party boarded and took'charge of the sailing craft Moa, which was riding in theBajr of Plenty, and In her they sailed away from the New Zealand coast. They were recaptured eight days l�ter on December 21 in the vicinity of the Kermadec Islands by an. armed vessel dispatched by tlie New Zealand government and taken back to the internment camp at Auckland. The crew of the Moa, consisting of five men and a boy, were still 6h their vessel when it was captured and stated that they had been well treated by .EhiEJ4TS - '"^'t'f[i'l!35,,� " *UTci. TRAILERS CUUTIVATOM BINpr,R ENaiflll^L U�^TAKB A BLUE LINE'CAR, / Winnipeg Marfcat Oats- Op�ti; ^Clcse. Old contract: � � May............. . 85% 85% New contract: May ............ 8S%.H 85% July............" 83^ 83'^ Barley- ^ May........... ... 151% Flax-January......... 318% 321 May.......... ... 324% 327 Cash Prlcea - ' Oats-, . No. 2 C.^V�... 85% No. 3 C.W... 8i>/A Extra No. 1 Feed...............81% No. 1 feed.>. 78% No. 2 feeijj.. 'f5% Barley- No. 3 ......145% No. 4 ......140%' Jiejected and Feed.............181. . Flax-  No. 1 N. W. C. ..'.............821 No. 2 C.W.,.318 No. 3 C.\y,..3pi The Quinine That boM Not Affect Haad. ^ ,- Because ot its tonic and laxatlye etr feet, Laxative Bromo;>QU>nlno can be taken by anyone witliout'.causing nervousness or ringing In tb� bead. There Is only one "Bromo QUlnlne." E.( W. UROVSys signature la on box. 30c. Goggles of all descriptions for Motorists and Drivers. We have an assortment of the best makes ranging from 25c to $5.00 J. D. Higiflbotham & Co -- Limitod ' � Alberta's Planeer 0riigo>�t�- Wholesale and Retail Chemista, TELETHONS No. 32a Has Got Discharge W. Emery, who returned from active service ten waelts ago, has received his discharge and Is reopening In i the painting, decoratlpg and paper-hauging business. r E Amsterdam, Jan. 22.-Almost at the time that another nieeUng ot the annexationist Fatherland party was being broken up at Cologne on SuAday, Admiral Von Tirpltz, one ot tlio mov- . � Ing spirits of the party, addressed, ni�> large meeting in Berlin. Ho asserted ' ^ the party had gained recognition abroad and that branches were being formed and the membership Increasing. ^ I 4i � > �>4i4 TO PATRIOTIC FUND. *  --- ? Toronto, Jan. 22.-Tiie On- > tario-govommonthas fixed its been working In France pwln'g to the war conditions in^-Belglum� >vfth u view, to having French emigration here. There coiilil be no tiniiigratlon during the-war, said Sir Lomer. The French government ,wQut:' � ' � - Fleming Sayt- ^ '"Seven Keys to . Baldpiite" H, n unique photopi a y which nobody �hould uilBs.":-Atlvertlsement - -' Attend'ng U. F. A. , Vice-president Dunham, Director W. A. Hamilton, Supt. FalrHeld ot the Experimental Farm, John McD. Davidson ot Coaldale, Jfis. Aleeks of Raymond and President Marnocb of tlift Board ot Trade, are among tlioso from this district who are in Calgary attending the annual convention ot thP U. F.' A. President Marnoch will go from Calgary to Kegina to.^attend. a se.sslon ot the Jo'nt CommlttCdramerce and Agriculture. Driver it Fined On Friilay last C. A. McLaughlin, while driving past a hay wagon beiiig driven by T. A. Hadlington, seven mllesi northeast of the city, knocked Mr. Hadlington down. The latter was walking beside the team and as & result of the acclilonl the wagoii passed over one of his legs. The driver of the CUT did not.stop to see what Injury I liart done. For failure to do 80 he was soaked $5 and costs Ijy Magistrate Elton in.A. P. P. court. ; ANNOUNCEMENTS Miss Buwden's Private School will re;open Monday, Janiiary Zlst at 9.^0 a.m. Beginners' class In the mormng. For further Infonitatlon hpply at 1255 4tb Ave. S., or phone 1158 after the 19th. 33^ Three or tour vacant rooms at tho "y with hot and cold shower bathi. For rates call secretary. Phone 547, A dance will be held in Burgman'a hall, I'ith St. North, -toiilg^t.^Danc-ing tiom 9 to 2. Refreshtnents served. Gent^ 11.00, ladies tree, b^ut can bring some sandwichbs and cake If they desire. R. Burgman in charge. Two piece orchestra. 35-1 Careful Steps TalcMi . Because they are the highest In quality, construction and! design, Mason & RJsch Pianos aro highest in public fuTQf. Kvery stop in tbeir-' as near as possible a full line of fresh and cured meats, etc., at reasonable prices. Try our honie made headcheese and sausage. , A limited amount of good cooking butttr at 2 lbs. foUSc. ARLOW�S EAT : : ::: ;/�ARK E T 'IIIOSIXTH AVE SpUTH. PHONE 796; Sanitary aiui Low-priced Heie aire the rugs that Rugs, a- full line of have taken the "weep" which We are displaying but of: "sweep"-the Ihis week. rufestWrtfcke cleaning- . i^jimitxci and see them. Biit this w"only one ad-yiuilaige of Congcleum Vpri^e4 rtig is.puitsfale. a CallvitTouncl''ain(l ablve your '4oidr�Gov#rihg probieme. ' Consumers' Hardware; , 'Air,' I ifi iij>'iiiniii ;