Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - January 23, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta
\___ Assiniboia Music Co., Ltd. 3lS Sth Str S. Phone 1545 Edison Phonographs. The New Editon and the.Amberola. Full range of Racords. \ HOTEL WINDSdR EUROPEAN PLAN / 'MEALS FROM 8.00 A.M. TO fr.00 P.M. Dill Pickles Fresh Shipment Just In DELANYS MEAT CO. FIFTH ST. 3. OPPOSITE DALLAS HOTEL PHONE 452 Willard's Fork-dipt Chocolates We have a range of this delicious candy in a large variety of fillings which-we are selling for. per pound.................*ft�jc COME EARLY AND GET YOURS, THE KENNY & ALLIN CO., Ltd. ^e**4&r Store NEXT DALLA8 HOTEL PHONE . 1487 PURE JAMS ARE GOING TO BE HIOHER 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 t BANK MONTREAL DIVIDEND Montreal. Jan. 23.-Howard Smith Paper Mills regular quarterly dividend of " per cent, payable February 1 to | holders of record of January 2S. Bank of Montreal regular quarterly dividend of-2U per cent, payable March 1 to holders of record January 31. ON OF YJ. CI HAS HAD Feed Oats J^very other (jr�de at well, leva' required I7levator cleaned and sacked Hi if. j^efivered (promptly. ()at� for Seed. y4rbert*'* Be8t Try Our" ,srvlce. James Richardson & Sons, Ltd. 201 SHERLOCK BLDG. }On Paying Basis Now-Annual Meeting To Be Held Thursday* . . ... Tl>e annual moeling''dt tile Y.M.C.A. This morning's and this to which the public are invited will be Moose Jaw, Jan. 23- Tlie annnal convention of the Baptist Union of Canada was opened here today with sixty delegates from all sections _ of j the west. " " ________ r_________________....... afternoon's sessions were private and neia in the Y.M.C.A. on Thursday, Jan. were devoted to work of the commit- 24. at S p.m., vtheti the work of the tees for educational work, general past year will be reviewed. Reports work and missionary beard. from the various departments of the A. B. Stovell of Winnipeg Is presid- "y" will be given including Secretary ing over the men's section, while Mrs. Bickell's report, the financial repori Bulyea, of Edmonton, is presiding and the physical director's report, over the women's conference. The There will also be on that evening the first open session will be this evening. ( election of seven new directors. Tilts is a good opportunity for the public to come forward with suggestions as to the new year's program. The year 1917 ha3 seen the local assoi elation pass through a financial crisis, but that side of it is now on a firm basis, and the year's report shows that for the past twelve months the fnsti-1 tution has been payinglts running expenses, as well as the monthly pay-Carl Cattell refuses to stay corralled. monts to the city. I The man who acquired a Mitchell sixj The directors are looking forward to" with such ease, and who was arrested (another successful year, and now that the finances have been put on a more CAR THIEF ESCAPES JAIL AT COUnS lied. [ and turned over to the Mounted Police at the line, flew the coop yesterday before the A.P.P. officers sent from here to bring him back could get to th secure basis, they intend to devote , their energies to some, of the other phases ------- - T' reason � CITY AND DISTRICT Dangerously Wounded Pte. Alfred Price, High River, whose next-of-kin lives at Kingston, Eng., is reported dangerously wounded. 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 lungs to normal conditions. m For this purpose use our- Emulsipn of Cod Liver Oil with' Hypophosphites Price $1.00 per largie, bottle. The Red Cross Drag and Book Co. Phone? S55 . For the Red Cross I H. B. Chisiiolm, of Warner, forwarded to \V. A. Buchanan. M.P., a contribution of ?25 to the Red Cross soci- , ety. ' / i Informal Dance | The N. C. O.'s and constables of the Mounted Police here are giving an informal dance at the Conservatory.,^!' , Music this evening. Funeral of Jas. Watson The funeral of tlie late JSmea Watson will take place Friday, Jan. 26, at 2:30 p.'m. rrnm the residence 712 3rd St. S., and proceeds to St. Cyprian's church.. The service will be conducted by Canon McMillen and interment will be in St. !\ugustin's cemetery. Death Miner's Wife , Mary Onofricini, aged 22 years, wife of Tom Onofricini, a Greek miner, dfed at the family residence, 1003 6th St., Staffordville. The funeral will take place tomorrow, Jan. 2-1 th, at 2 p.m. from the Greek Orthodox church. Interment will be in the miners' cemetery. y. .. . ~ , , ,.,.-of Y.M.C.A. work. For thio line. It seems that Cattell departed! reason they hope that all Crested by way of the window la thaialleged ln tne Doyhoon- of tne city and in tha lockup at Coutts. �� --I---^- ^ . ,,. -------, .. TIN AND SHEET METAL WORK of all kinds Is done at our shop. We have every facility for turning out the very best work and we use only tho very best of ma-terial In all our work. Having a job done by us i3 an assurance that the work dons will last a long time without havlng'to put your hand down in your pocket for money to pay for repairs. If you want perfect tin and sheet metat work call on us. The Dixon Sheet Metal Co. REAR STAFFORD BLOCK LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA work of the Y.M.C A. will make it a point to Me present on Thursday evening to put before the directors any suggestions they may have. _L_______ ----J*-- 1 � � WE SPECIALIZE IN OFFICE EQUIPMENT Typewriters-Bought, Sold, Rented and Repaired, Chsek Writers, Envslops Sealtrs, Stamp All makes. Afflxers, Adding Vsrtioal Filing Cabinets, Sealers, Machines. Office Desks, Typewriter Desks, Transfer Cases and Boxes. Legal Forms, Loose Leaf Systems, Counter- Ch�ek Books and Blank Books of ail kinds. A FULL LINE OF OFFICE STATIONERY. EVERALL & FRANKS BINNOTT BLOCK, COR. FOURTH AVE. A FIFTH ST. 8. PHONE 1107 C. W. MANSON 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. . Winnipeg Market Oats- Open. Old contract: May.............. . New contract: May............ S5U July.....'. ... 83T4/ Barley- M*y .. .!.......' S5M Flax-January ...... ..... May,............. 327 Cash Prices Oats- c No. 2 C.W... SfiTa No. 3 C.W... Extra No. 1 feed ............... No. 1 feed.. 78% No. 2'feed,', Barley- No. 3 ...... 147% No. 4 ......142V4 Rejected and Feed .............121 Flax-No. 1 N. W. C. . No. 2 C.W...318 Close. 85% 75% 83% 85% 321 323*4 81% 81% . Church Co-operative Committee Rev. W. F. Burns and Rev. E. J. Hodgins have returned from a mooting of the co-operation committee oi the Methodist and Presbyterian churches held In Claresholiu. The work of the two churches in Southern Alberta was considered in refation to each other. \ MAY NOT APPLY TO CITIES Calgary, Jan.' 23.-"There will probably be legislation passed providing for direct taxation in (he country districts lor the �Patriotic fund. As to whether there will be a similar, provision for the city, I am not sure. The matter is being gone into very thoroughly," said Hon. Charles Stewart, premier of Alberta, in discussing some of the probable legislation which will be taken up at the joining session. Our Debt to China Although China � has' not Jrtayed a very important part in the great World War Drama, there are a number of things for which we are indebted: to her. Hear the now song hit, "China We Owe a Lot to You," has a unique way of telling this. You can hear this song in the player-roll department of Mason & Risch limited, Balmoral Block, 5th St..S., Lethbridge, where it will be both played and sung for you.-Advertisement.. .............32114 No. 3 C.W...302V4 Winnipeg Livestock Winnipeg, Man., Jan. 23.-Livestock offerings at the Union stock yards today were 750 cattle and 1,278 hogs. Quality cattle steady. Hogs weak at $17.50. Two loads of choice steers sold at ?12.50. this morning. Butcher steers ?7.50 to $12.50; heifers, 17.60 to $10.50; cows, $5.00 to $10; bulls, $7.00 to $9.50; oxen, $5.50 to $9.60; veal calves $7.00 to $12.00; stockers and feeders, $7.50 to $9.00. v Hog;s, selects, $17.50; heavies $13.00 to $14.00; sows, $12.00 to $13.00; lights $14.00 to $15.00. NEW YORK STOCKS New York, Jan. 23.-- Closing sales: C. P. R. 138%; U. a. Steel 89%; U. S. Steel preferred 110. Goggles of alhdescrip-tions for. Motorists and Drivers. We have an assortment of. the best makes ranging from 25c to $5.00 J. D. Kigiiib^'iam & Co - Limited 1 � The K^mMf Stor* "Alberta's Pioneer Druggists" Wholesale and Retail Chemists. TELEPHONE No. 322 Going to Ottawa E. ,T. Selil is leaving for Ottawa in a few days to attend a meeting of the executive of the Roman'Catholic Hut's association, on which he is the Alberta representative. This association is raising money to erect huts for religious and recreation purposes ^amongst the soldiei'9 ln Groat Britain and in' France. Already a considerable sum has been raised. New Inspectorate in South. ^-.fjamont is to be the headquarters of a new inspectorate which has just be�n created by the minister of education, Hon. J. R. Boyle. The ni nister also announces that at mid-summer ] another inspectorate will be formed I south, of Calgary.' It has been found 1 that the disrticts cov.ered by some of I the inspectors are altogether too large 1 for complete results, but with the j scarcity of teachers at the present, time it was not considered good pqjicy ! to take the men out of the schools at this season. Quality :-: Civility :-: Service To Accommodate Our Increasing Business We Have Installed An 9 ivery FEW CARS THRESHED TIMOTHY FOR SALE. GOOD FEED Apply for delivered PriceB to F. 0. Hyde & Co. Phone 1244 Lethbridge Transfer of Inspectors A. E. Torrie, school inspector for the High River district, succeeds ^1. E. Hodgson, as inspector for Macleod. and C. O. Hicks, of the Onoway inspectorate, goes to High River, H. A. Watson, one of the new appointees^ ; and formerly vice-principal of the Victoria High school, will-take up hi.* duties at Onoway. R. II. Liggitt, an-i other new appotntment, mid formerly I principal of Redcliffe school, has been ' stationed at Bassano to take the place � of Inspector M. E. LaZerte, who has j enlisted in the artillery. Then the I last appointment. Inspector J. W. Rus-i sell of Red Deer has been transferred to the Tofield inspectoruta 'with headquarters at Camrose, while J. L. Williams Of To/ield goes to Red Deer. ANNOUNCEMENTS �entrally located as we are it puts us in a position to give that prompt service which is desired in the meat business. V We carry as near as possible a full line of fresh ~ and cured meats, etc., at reasonable prices. Try our home made headcheese and sausage. A limited amount of good cooking hutter at 2 lb s. for 65c. ARLOW'S EAl'JT ARK E T . mq;.SIXTH AVE.SOUTH. PHONE 796 - . To Prevent Tne Grip Colds cause Grip-LAXATIVE BRO-MO QUININE Tablets remove the cause. There Is only one:"Broino Quinine." E. W. GROVE'S signature on box. 30c. Knox Church Annual Meeting The annual meeting of Knox,Church will be riajri in tlie church this even- , , ,,-ing commencing at eight o'clock sharp, I & -k. are holdm _�______* Tuesday, Feb. 5. The ladles' society of the P.. of U their-dance on "DESIGNED^ FQk ME" HAIRCUTS AT THE SANITARY 8H6P WESTBfcOOK BROS. Opposite Bank of Montreal Superior Supply Co. 2nC Ave. 5. and 13th Street MINING. BUILDING & RAILWAY SUP*=(_l�a & EQUIPMENT TUDHOPE ANDERSON AND EMERSON F Art Art IMPLEMENT* GANG PLOWS S�UuK��S Fuml V^J^h aTimCm BUGGIES MENT8 oeiyiocRATs auto trailers CULTIVATOR8 , E:UC~R en3c1ei PHONE 172c?-take A blue LINE. CAR J FAMILY PORTRAITURE Make it an annnal duty to yourselves to have your children's photo taken. You will be creating abiding pleasures for your later yearB. - 'Low-Priced Here are the rugs that have taken > the "weep" out. of "sweep" - the rugs that make cleaning-day a joy. But this is only one advantage of Congoleum "TAJ. ItMlttr Mm rtii iuAl Mini ifriolUt kindi of tagt, tint U Rugs, a full line of which we are displaying this. week. Gome in and see them. Our stocfe'of the new Congoleum Art-Rugs will be a treat to your eyes. Such marvelous patterns in a low-priced rug have never befotp been possible. You will find here just what you ,want' for ' every room in your homii where a low priced rug is suitable. Call around and solve your floor-covering problems today. \ Consumers' if Hardware Co.