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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 23, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta Attiniboia Music Co., Ltd. )l�^�th�tr8. Phony 154S Cdlten Phonograph*. The Nitw Cdltbn and thn.Ambtrola.'Full range of Racords. HOTEL WlNDSdR �UROPIAN Pt,AN v �. tO^feM P.M. /MIALt ,from t.oo A.M. DiU Pickles Fresh Shipment Jfist In DELANYS MEAT CO. FIFTH 3T. 3. OPPOSITE DALLAS HOTEL PHONE 4S2 Willard's Fojrk-dipt Xhdcolates ^ Wo have a range of this delicious candy In a large variety ACJt of inUngs which-Tve are selling for, per'pound.................'kOQ COME EARLY AND (^T YOURS, THE KENNY & ALLIN CO., Ltd. ^i^n4ai$r store NEXT DALLAS HOTEL PHONE .14S7 FRUIT Jams V aAE OOINQ to H MiOHER IN PRICE, IN F^CT ONE OF THE LARQ�st jam MANUFACTURERS in CANADA HAi'AtfirADY ADVANCED HIS PRICE AND AT-THE COST TODAY WE WOULD HAVE TO GET at. liast $1.19, IF NOT 91.2S FOR A FOUR POUND tTiN of PURE STRAWBERRY JAM. 4 1WE LAID IN AQdOa eUpPLY OF PURE JAMS LAST FALL CONSISTING OF WAQSTAFFE'S, K. C, \ KINO �EACYI^'NtLSO.N, HARVEST ANDi DONALCO BRANDS. ALL'THESE JAMS,^ARE QUARAN-. TEED ABSOLUTELY #URB FRUIT AND SUGAR. OUR PRICES on THESE, PER.FOllR ROWNO TIN RUN FROM-> , 85 cents to 95 cents. . A LIBERAL REDOeTION ALLOWED IN CASE M)T3 ASSORTED. HGHCLASS GROCERS THE GOOD CO. PHONE 52S BANK MONTREAL DIVIDEND Montreal, Jan. 23.-Howard Smith Paper MUla regular quarterly dividend of '2 per cent, payable February 1 tp holders of record of January 28. Bank of Montreal regular quarterly dividend ofv2lii per cent, ^payable March 1 to holders of record January 31. Feed Oats jf^vtry other grade aa well, levtf required. Fllevater cleaned and sacked J^ellvered,promptly. ()�ta for Seed. >^Iberta'� BeaL Ouf^ James Richardson & Sons, Ltd. 201 SHERLbCK BLOG. BAPTIST UNION OF Moose Jaw, Jan. 23.-Tlie annaal convention of the -Baptist Union of : Canada was opened here today with sixty ^elegatea from all sections of the west This morning's and this afternoon's eesalons �wore private and were devoted to work ol the committees for educational work, general ; work and mitslonary board. ! A. B. Stovell of Winnipeg Is presiding over the men's section, while Mrs. Bulyea, of Edmonton, Is presiding over the women's conference. Jhe , first open session will be this ereiU&s. Y.M.C.A. On Paying Basis Now-Annual Meeting To Held Thursday The annual mcetlnglot the Y.M.C.A. to which tlie public a>e invited will be held in the Y.M.C.A. on Thursday, Jan. 24, at 8 p.m., when the ^ork of the , past year will be reviewed. Reports . from the various i\epartments" of the "Y" will be given Including Secretary Blokell's repori, the flnanclat reporc ^nd the physical director's report. Tlwre will also be on thai evening the election of seven new directors. This is a good opportunity- for the public to com^ forward with suggestions as to the new year's program. The year 1917 has seen the local asso-, elation pass tlirough a financial crisis, but tliat side of it is now on a firm basis, and the year's report shows tjjat for the past twelve months the Institution has been paylng~ts nmning expenses, as well as the monthly payments to the city. i " ; The directors are looking forward RT another successful year, and now that the finances have been put on a more secure basis, they intend to devote their energies to some. has'not (Hayed li very luiportant part' in the great World War Drniria, there are'a num-l)er of things for, which we are indebted, to her. Hear the now song hit, ("China Wo Owe vjjamont is to be the headquarters of a new inspectorate , which has Just been created by the minister of education, Hon. J. R. Boyle. The ni.nlster 'also announces that at mid-summer another inspectorate wllL' be formed ; south of Calgary. It has been Tound that the disrticts cov.er^d by some of the inspectors are altogether too large i for complete results, but with the; scarcity of teachers at the presiut 1 time it was not considered good pojicy to take the men out of the schqols at this season. , : FEW CARS THRESHED TIMOTHY FOR SALE. GOOD FEED Apply for deliveretf Prices to F. O.Hyde & Co. Transfer of Inspectors A. E. Torrle, school in.spector for the I High River district, succeeds ih. E. I Hodgson, as inspector for Macleod. ! and C. O. Hicks, Of the Onoway inspectorate, goes to High RiveTy H. A. i Watson, one of tbe ne'w_^ai^polnteea', and formerly vice-principal of the Victoria High school, wiil~, take up hij duties at Onov/ay. R. H. Uggitt, another new appotntment, and formerly principal of Redcliffo school^ has been stationed at Bassano to take the place of Inspector M. E. LaZerte, who has enlisted In the artillery. Then the last appointment. Inspector J. W. Russell of ped Deer has been transferred iif the Tofield Inspoctorata 'With headquarters at Camrose, while J. l.. Williams DI Tojiield goes to Red IJeer. Quality :-: Ci ice To Accommodate Our Increasing Business We Have Installed An � ^entrally 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 a full line of fresh ' and cured meats, etc., at reasonable prices.; Try our home made headcheese and sausage. AliirJted amount of good cooking biutter at 2 lbs. for fiSc. y Arlows EAT : : :V: ARKET 1t1lf.8IXYHAVE..80UTM� PHONE 796.- I' Ing commencing at eight o'clock sharp/ , To Prevent Tfft QrIp Colds cause Grip-LAXATTVB BRO-MO QUININE Tableta remove the cause. Thero is only onei"Broino Quln. tne." E. W. GROVE'S iiBlinatiiro on box. 30c. 1 , , , ; \ Superior Supply Co. SnU Ave. S. and 13th Street. BUILDING * RAILW.\V 8UPPLIs3 MINING, BUILDING & railw.w 8UPPLI�3 & EQUIPMENT TUDHOPE ANPERSON and EMERSON FArtM IMPLEMENT* GANG PLOWS SULKIES Fiihit. Th/>CTUH j2ug0iee , MENT8 ; ;JPEI)|0CRAT8 AUTq TRAILiRS CULTIVATORS. BiUorl ii^^iliti PHONe't72i?-TAKe A BLUE LINE CAR "DESIGNED^ FOkl HAIRCUTS AT THE SANITARY EHdP WESTBttOOK BROS Opposite Bank of Montreal FAMILY PORTRAITURE Make it an annnnl rdiity ' to yourselves to have your children's photo taken. You'-win bo crettting abiding pleaetare�^ (qr your later iyMra.^' , / f i-i Smith's StudM: m Third Ave. 8. ..^\\wAm, ANNOUNCEMENTS Knox Church Annual MeotinE The annual moetlng of Knox/6hUrch I ,^ , , , ..... � will be ffatl In the .church thlseven-i 'The-ladl0s socoty of the B. of U � 'E. & E. are holding tholrvdanco on Tiiesday, B'ob. 5. dance will be held Ifl Buixnmhu's hall, 13th St. n, every Thursday night. } Dancing from 9 to 12. Two-piece or-Uhestra in attendance. R. Burgmann.In charge.- 116-1 A dance will be held in Hyssop's school, Friday night, Jaquary 25lh. Ooojl orchestra in attendance. Evory-body \yelcome. . s , / 3(j-2 VTHree or four .vacant rdonis at the "T" with hot and cold abow^r batlis. For^rates call secretary, Fhone '54'7, A dance will be held In Burgman's ball, i:Uh St, Norths tbqlgbL Dancing from 9 to 2. Refreshments served. Qents' yi.OO, ladles freo, but can bring some 'Sandwiches and cake if i thpy desire. R. Burgman in charge. Two.piece orchestra. ^ 35-1 A SeiiMtioiiallllm ' i'. . The realistic pliotodrama based on Russian history for the past twenty yeairs, "The Fall of the liomdnoffs,*' will be shown atj tho'-Empross theatre OA Monday next It* Is. ayvery slgnlt-iieaiil^ (act that jvhen tb(/plctur� wai^ 'pleswtod in New York everV 'Mt in thorhouse was sbjd aut>for every perr formai^e two weeks In, advances Bin-preMs, patron* may' jtidlife from tUs ttao t^pb d{ spectacle li really is.---AdvL i three DAYS>�8TARTINa MONDAY next " The m the:" Portraying Rusala and the events which IW juirt What you s;;wantf'fbr ;^ywiiry. r(bbm>in I - jjrjlciW'wg^-i�!�Miip^^ Gall jKTowidiinicl' eolyii your �todiaj^;.'.V.' Consumers' Hardn^are Co. ;