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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - January 25, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta Assiniboia Music Co., Ltd. 315 6th 8tr S. Phone 1545 Edfton Phonographs, The New Edison and the Amberola. Full range of Records. ETH \ DAILY 7 HOTEL WIN EUROPEAN PLAN MEALS PROM 6.00 A.M. TO 8.00 P^ l - r.- 1 Week-end Week-End Meats an DELANYS MEAT * * * *   30c 1Bc 35c FIFTH ST. S. OPPOSITE DALLAS HOTEL PHONE 452 Willard's Fork-dipt Chocolates Wo have a runge of this delicious etfndy in a large variety L of fillings which ................ 45c Finest Ontario Cheese, per lb. . Ingersoll Cheese Packets, just in fresh, pkt. ftacLaren's Cheese, small pots Medium pots .......\............ ....... 65c Celery, per lb......................... 15c Oranges, Navals, extra large size. These are a good deal the best value we have in orang&s. Smaller sizes cost us quite a bit more. Doz. 75c Smaller sizes, per doten ____50c, 60c and 65c APPLES-Nova Scotian Ribstons- Special 5 lbs. for.....t...................25c Special, per 40 lb. lot..............____}. $1.70 Nova Scotia Blenheims, Special, 4 lbs. for... ll solid meats, no water to pay for. Fresh lot in. MRSlR IN B, C. Vancouver. Jan. -4.-Four bye-elections to fill vacancies in provincial legislative seal? wetfc holjKin British Col- the late Hon. Ralph Smith, minister J of finance for British Columbia, was an easy winner over her nearest i ponent, Serge. Walter ,Drinnan, ) turned soldier. The Siniilkaiheen scat contested by, Conservative, and Mutch, Liberal, was won by the former with j a majority in his favor of 222 votes. Hawthronthwaite, Labor candidate for Newcastle, was returned victor over Cavin. L'beral. by a majority of HIGH-CLASS GROCERS THE Specials Ginger Snaps. Special 2 lbs. for ,.v....../. .  35c Potatoes, Good dry mealy stock, get the biat s potcito-JS, *t pays, per cwt................ $2.75 B. C. Onions, 5 lbs. for .................25c Cabbage, good solid heads, 6 lbs. for.........25c Carrots, 7 lbs. for .. ....................>X. 25c Beets, 7 lbs. for......................... 25c Parsnips. 6 lbs. for......................... 25c Turnips, 10 lbs. fb>.................... 25c PURE JAMS. Buy some now. Prices are going to be higher. Wagstaffes, K. C. Ktng Beach, Nelson,, Harvest, and Donalco Brands, per tin....... 85c to 95c ONTARIO PURE WHITE CLOVER HONEY This is getting very scarce and will soon be off the market altogether. 12 ox. glass, each .......................... 30c Pint Sealers, each ..............%........1?M0c 5 lb. tins, each..................\ ....... $1.45 AIRLINE PURE HONEY 9 03. glass, each............................25c 16 ox. glass, each .......................... 45c 30 oz. glass, each......................... 85c 5 lb. tins, each,.)......................T $1.45 Idaho Comb Honey, each ................ 35c t f*f*\ p HO N E V>VJ� 5 25 t - IS OUR SPECIA LTY Ah Ml t; WE HAVE upwards of fifty styles and patterns in Pocket Knives of Sheffield and American manufacture. WE HAVE SCISSORS of every style and size, also Scissors in cases. WE HAVE RAZORS imported from England before the jvar, as well as the latest styles and makes of American manufacture including all the popular safetys such as Auto Strop, Gillette, Ever-Ready, and Keen Kutter. umbia toflay. The most hotly con- j while "Wallis, Conservative, is declared tested among these was at Vancouver I winner over Bledsoe, Liberal, by a where Mrs. Ralph Smith, widow ot small majority. Winnipeg Market t * I Service r To Accommodate Our Increasing Business We Have Oats-Old Contract: New Contract; May .... July ... Barley May ... Flax- Jan. Open CloSe su.% v For the Con Hat die S5% So 7s 153% S6% Si % 153 3  * * + *  827*6 Oats- Xo. 2 C. Cash Prices 18% 326% w. ss% Delivery' Centrally located as we are it puts us in a position to give that prompt service which is desitecj- in the meat business carry cured meats neaf possi reasona! me prices. fresh Xo. 3 C. W. 83% Extra Xo. 1 Feed............... 78% Barley- Xo. 3 ......148*4 No. 4 ......143 *-i Rejected and feed .............121 Flax- Xo. 1 X. \V. C..................319% Xo. 2 C. W. 316% Xo. 3 C. W. 300% Winnipeg Livestock Winnipeg, Jan. 25.-Offerings at the Union stock yards today were 500 cattle and 1,676 hogs. Cattle trading-slow at easier prices and hogs steady at $17.65. Butcher steers S6.75 to $11.50; heifers $6.50 to $11.00; cows $4.50 to $9.50; bulls $5.50 to $S.50i oxen $5.00 to $8.75; \ The steady persistent cough that never quite disappears is clue to a chronic weakness and irritation of the tissues of the air passages and must be overcome by at.treatment that will build up tne entire 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. CITY AND DISTRICT Gone to Drum he Her H. O. Ostlund, barrister, went% to Druroheller on mine business this af-terndon. Dangerously Wounded Pte. V. Gokich, a Montenegrin who enlisted hero is reported dangerously wounded. ft- * -CSaf ' WE HAVE TABLE & DESSERT KNIVES of highest quality including the new stairi- 1 ess s teel. For Red Cross W. A. Buchanan, M.P., has turned over to the Red Crosfe a donat'on of I ?6.85 from a dance held at ttflT Keho 1 school house. Mining Enquiry. F. E. Harrison, Dominion fa'r wage officer, and W. F. McNeilir commissioner for the coal operators are in the city today on mine business. our me made headcheese sausage limited amount oking butter ARLOW EAT C. MANSON PHONE 613 The Twentieth Century Book Store stockers $7.50 to ?S.75; calves $5.75 to $11.50. - * Hogs, selects $17.65; sows $12.50 to $13.50; heavies $14.00 to $15.50; lights $14.00 to $15.25, Sheep, lambs $14.75 to $15.75. / ORIOX Orion. Jan. 20.-J. C. Hanson of Thompson and Hanson lias sold out his share in the business to hig former partner, A. R. Thompson, who will operate the business alone (rom now on. He has secured A. J. French , a well known man locally to help him ' in the store. Mrs. JW. J. Rogers has just returned from a visit to Banff, where Mr. Rogers is spending a few weeks recuffer-ating hi3 health. Business is very fair, considering the weather conditions. A considerable amount of grain. Is still coming in. R. J/Barrett, the new Massey-Har-ris agent is establishing himself in his quarters here. The Red Cross Drug and Bqgk Co. Commissioner Grace Home issioner A. M. Grace returned to the city this morning after a five weeks* visit to New York, Montreal and other eastern .points. WE HAVE CARVING KNIVES AND FORKS in pairs at modest prices, also an excellent selection in cases. Many of these lines cannot he replaced until after the war. Better buy'now if you want the best. CONFERS' HARDWARE CO. 12Q, FIFTH ST. S. PHONE 1212 LETHBRIDGE BOW ISLAND (From the Review) Leo Smith, who sustained a ture of his gnn a short time ago, has now sufficiently recovered to return to his work at Lethbrldge. J. B. Stewart, who has been to Sea-mans, Sask., in connection wfth the death of his uncle there a short time ago, returned home on-Sunday morning accompanied by his *unt,vMrs. D. Bell. When Mr. Stewart reached his what minutely into the work of the council, and hoped that the result of ! their combined efforts would lip of frae" � material benefit to tho district. The secretary was instructed to communicate with the department of public works extending the thanks of the municipality for their cheque ol No Delegate From Here afi�> returned nome on-Bumiay morn-1 which had been granted as gov- John Gilmore states that the local accompanied by his �unC-Mra. D. j ernment assistance towards repairing bakers have not been asked by >ho j 5eU* Wuen Mr- stQwart reachetl nis ; trunk roads in the district, government to 3end a representative i aestination the thermometer recorded sc]100[ requisitions were made as I to the conference of bakers in Ottawa j 48 below and he hatl R,12 mil? ^\in\ey tonows: fawn. S. D, $17S.52; Rose-to make, Wo are not surprised that mnl,n, ( Phone 555 I EAT ALL ! WANT NOW AND FEEL FINE! on Jan. 29th. \ -- Carpetball The A. O. F. and MooseVill play a friendly game of carpetball in the Moose Hall toi/ghL Members of any other Order wishing to participate in a game are alsp invited. Won't Hold Sale prised he is glad to return to Sunny Alberta. Installation officers in connection with Bow Island Lodge "No. SO took place on Wednesday evening of this week. The installing officer -was Bro. F. W. Brown; D.D.G.M. The new officers we're installed as 'follows: - A. Anderson, N.G.; j: R. Agar, V.G.; T. H. Blaine, secretary; W. J. Oliver, j treasurer. Tlie remainder of tho of- mount S. D.f'$300.00; Morning Star, $325.00. F. J. Henderson and A., P. Werts vere appointed delegate to the Aluni-^ cipal Convention at Edmonton xnT February 6th. Piles Cured in 6 to 14 Days. Druggists refund money if VA.ZO OINTMENT fails to cure ItcWnff. Blirtcl. Bleeding or *Protruding Piles, application gives" relief. 50c. t X f 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 Forme. i Personal Mention. F. S. ieffingwell, M.I..A., is in the city from Warner. R. Cundal of Champion is a city visitor. Br. O. D. Weeks of Cardston is in the City after visiting Calgary on military matters. v DISSS' If the Kitchen Range Smokes His Brother Wounded J. Bundle has received news that hisb rother, Lieut. Bert Ruudle, at one time resident of the city� was badly wounded battle of PaBschen-^dale. Having enlisted in Australia at : [the outbreak of thevwar,with the A.! I. F. was drafted to Egypt, theuce to ! France, has s'nee been transferred i to the Divisional Survey Corps. j Colds Cause Headache and Grip LAXATIVE BROMO QUININE Tablets remove the cause. There is only one "Bromo Quinine." E. W. GROVE'S signature on box. 30c� No More Gas on the Stomach or Sour Stomach! No More Heavy Feeling After Meals or Consypatlon! If you have sour ptomach, constipation or gas on the stomach try JUST ONE DOSE of simple buckthorn bark, glycerine, etc., as mixed in Adler*i*ka, the remedy which Is becoming kriojivn as the MOST POWERFUL 1 bowel cleanser ever sold. The VERY FIRST dose shows results and a short * treatment with Adler-i-ka will surprise you. This remedy drains such astonishing amounts of old matter from the t ystem that A SINGLE DOSE relieves constipation, sour stomach and gas n the stomach almost INWANTLY. J. D. Hi? nba.'iaiD & Co Limited The ^kmSL J*w* Susrests Fair Dates. / | A. P. "Day, who is in (he city tdfisy i tend, f r ... . The annual meeting of the congre- t t o+ i t mV**? >T( \ igation of AH Sulnls' Church was heid J. J Steele a Lehbridge Highlander !a. the llectorv 0n Monday, January. not yet^iarnarged. was sent up for 114tn Rev. G. * Herring in the chair. on a_r-ape charge by Magistrate j Reviewing the i>�st year brieriy," it lUton this mornmg. The case is of a was Been that the church had increois-most sordid nature. (ed Us tota| attendances very consicleV- ably, although the toumber of services held was fewer than in l91fi. Flnan-i cially, too, the el>urch'h3d gone*ahead, has adv!?ed the fair board that if al \ offerings taken up in church had all possible the fair and stampede j riaen from |l83.00 in to ? in should be held during the second week ! J9J7) and this was a .reason for great of July to be in Tne with the big 1 satisfaction, especially considering Montana, stampedes, thus making j the sm?JI number of church people in riders more easily procurable. j town/.The chairman, on behalf of him- self and' the congregation, expressed his thanks � to-the retiring wardens, Messrs. Brown^and Rirth and to the oilier officials-Who had helped on the church tlurVig the year. Thare were elected, as Rector's Warden, Mr. Jas. Russell;- as People.3 Warden, Mr. K Wilmott, and as Envelope Sftr.retaiy, A GRAND WILL BE HILD-AT THE" K. Or P. HALL ON TUESDAY EVENING Dec. 29th , 1 Onlv One Parjer in a Parcel. Herenfter no more than one newspaper in one parrel can'he pent to Great Britain. This order *has been Issued by the Brit'sh government and i'nsl ructions^have b�on received at the local postoffiee. In the past a bundle of newspapers could be .sent under one i Mrs, John Rushwirth. A pleasant 1 Danping from 9 until 2 COSTUMES MAY BE OBTAIN-ECf AT NEIDIG'S 8TORE/ HULL BLOCK Butler's Famous Vulcan Orchestra IN ATTENDANCE \ Admission: Gents $1.50. Extra "Alberta's Pioneer Druggists'* Wholesale and Retail CMfemJsts. TELEPHONE JMo. 322 (wrapper. The'order does not apply to \ France or^ Belgium. / , A Peculiar Case The man Kinsel who was reported 1 from Calvary yesterday as having r been arrested here as a mil'tary deserter and given five years on that 1 charge was not really arrested here. i He is a Canadian who has been farm-, - ^, 1 int; in the States and when the U. S. land was held In the Council Chamber, social evening followed. The ^nnua-1 meeting of the Ladies* Aid was JieM at The residence of Mrs. F, W. Brown. There was a fair attendance. The officers appointed were- President, Mrs. J. Rushworth; Vice-president, Mrs. J. H. Patersbn; Secretary, Mrs. Klentsche.' The first meeting otthe new Council of the Rural Municipality of Bow Is- I Feed Oats very other grade 4 well. /. levator cleaned and sacked I0 if required. went into the war and registered men from 21 to 30, Kinsel registered, claiming exemption on the ground that he Bow Island, on Monday, January 7th. Present-Councillors F. J. Henderson, Almon Gragg; A. W. Chisholm D oliveretf promptly. ^3? 1 1 ^1 h r anywhere else. We'll make the sheet metal ^extension and top, put it up securely and end your smoke troubles for all time. You'Jl find our prices as satisfactory as our service! FEW CAJtS THRESHED, TIMOTHY FOR SALE. GOOD FEED Apply for, delivered Prices to F. 0. Hyde A Co. Phone 1244 Lethbrldge was a Canadian. He was never called j and" Geo. Poole. Secretary Werta ad-up. The other day he came across the ministered the oath of office to the line and when he reached Lethbridjre ' new councillors and then caJed for he went before the medical board- nomina4UP? *or R*ev^',As/ resu!t of and was rated an "A" man. He said . the - vote taken, F. J. Henderson was he wanted to go before an ex^mpt'on ! ?Ba!n selected as rfieve for the en^u- ats for Seed Iberta's Best. THREE DAYS-8TARTING MONDAY NEXT The Dixon Sheet Metal Co. REAR STAFFORD BLOCK LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA "DESIGNED i FOR HAIR CUTS AT THE SANITARY SHOl� WESTBROQJC BROS. Opposite Bank of Montreal board to be examined for exemption ! on the ground that he is a bona fide farmer. The board, however, could : not register him and deal with his i case, so they ,sdnt him on to Calgary,; where he was treated as aj^deserter,-j exemption was refused and when he refused to put on the un'form he was-given five years' imprisonment. the ANNOUNCEMENT There are a couple of vacant rooms to rent in the 'Y' owinp to some hoys being called in dra�t. vFor particulars phone Secretary. x \ ZnC Ave. 5. and 13th ctrecL MINiNG. BUILDING & RAILYV \V SUPPUiiS 4 EQUIPMENT TUDHOPE ANDERSON AND EMEhiiON FArtM IMPLEMENTtV GANG PLOWS bULKlES f-UHu TK^iw�ri m 1 � mOM BUGGIES  t.'iENTS DEMOCRATS AUTO TRAILERS CULTIVATORS BlUO'n EN3C1EI PHONE 1725-TAKE A BLUE LINE CAR FAMILY PORTRAITURE Mak, an annual duty to yourselves to have your .jnild-rcn's photo taken. You will be creating abiding pleasures for your later years. Smith's StuHio 906 Third Ave. 8. Phone 1471 Portraying Russia and the eventp which led up to the revolution. Without fiuestion .the b'igsest and most timely film production ever brought into Canada during the present year., Priccs- Aduitc Children 15c BIG ATTRACTION BOOKED FOR THE EMPRESS STARTING MONDAY NEXT ing'year. In expressing, his thanks to them^for the'honor they had again conferred upon him, he ajluded to the happy relations which had existed between the members of the council during the p^Ht year and assured them that it^puid be his best ^endeavor to cultivate t^e samej^eling during 1918. He would do his beat In the interestsr o^the municipality, and hoped that he could rely upon the cordial co-opoVa-tion of every councillor. AJmoh Gragg was appointed Deputy-Reeve, and in expressing his thanks for the appointment he entered some-' ry Our ervice. v James r chardson & Sons, Ltd.* 201 8HERLOCK BLDG. TRY A HERALD WANT AD The film sensation, of New York will J appear at the Empress theatre on! Monday next. During the weeks that 'The Fall of the Komnnoffs" was' shown at the Broadway Theatre, New York, every seat in the^nouse^was sold for the entire engagement. The public, of I^et1ibrld|e is extremely fortunate'. in getting this stupendous film production at this time, as the production is now playing In the largest cities in tho United States.-Advertisement. WE SPECIALIZE IN OFFICE EQUIPMENT Typewriters-Bought, Sold, Rented and Repaired* All maker Check, Writers, Envelope Sealcn, Stamp Affixer*, Adding Machines., Office Desks, Typewriter Desks, Vertical Filing Cabinete, Transfer Cases and Boxes. Legal Forme, Loose Leaf Systems, Counter Check Books end Blank Books of afl kinds. A FULL LINE OF OFFICE STATIONERY. EVERALL & FRANKS SINNOTT SLOCK, COR, FOURTH AVE. 4 FIFTH ST. 8. PHONE 1107 ;