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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - January 28, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta Assiniboia Music Co., Ltd. 315 6th Str S. Phone 1545 Edison Phonographs. The New Edison and the Amberola. Full range of Records. DAILY HERALD HOTEL WINDS OR EUROPEAN PLAN MEALS PROM 6.00 A.M. TO 8.00 P Some Very Choice This Week-Special Price cn Nelson Erand Pure Jams BEEF, RK MUTTON ? Assorted cases containing 12 4 lb. tins as follows: tins Strawberry, tins To Start the W.ek DELANYS MEAT C^, PHONE 452 Raspberry, 2 tins Black Currant, 2 tins Red Plum, I tin Green Gage, 1 tin Apricot, 1 tin Peach and 1 tin Crab Apple Jelly, Prices, per case.............$9.50 4 This makes the price per tin about 79 cents. Had we not laid in a supply in the Fall our price would have to be considerably higher today. Buy a case or so now 1|! I'll! -A �ii.i f-IFTH ST. 15. OPPOSITE DALLAS HOTEL 1 Hard's Fork-dipt Chocoiaies 45c We have a rango ot this delicious cundv in a largo variety of fillings which-we art- selling for. per pound................. COME EARLY AND GET YOURS THE KENNY & ALLIN CO., ltd. NEXT DALLAS HOTEL Store PHONE 14S7 and save money HIGH CLASS GROCERS if - i THE CO. I*HON E 523 41 as ^fi CITY AND DISTRICT if The Hernlil is ON PREFERENTIAL , hack to the old style. 1 the only objector." ''The objection seems to be more on the ground of principle/' said Coimnis- f M^ Oats-May ......... New Contract: July ... Barley Winnipeg Market Old Contract: Open Close * * 4 4 * * * * *  Mayor Not Adverse to Having Plebiscite in the Matter a of the follow- At ihe adjourned meeting F city council this afternoon the ing nioiiun v. as passed: "That a plebiscite he taken on Tuesday, February 5th. on: Whether the preferential ballot shall he retained or we return to tht* j straight bailot. the .same os in use in/ school board elections. "2. Whether or not there shall b^ the samp qualification for a candidate for commissioner as is required to vote on a moi'ie y by-law. viz.. 400 property qualifications.'* "I am not averse to hav soite on the matter." said sioner Freeman. "They think we should do nothing to change the voting privilege of the people until we ask the people. I am inclined to think the plebiscite is the proper method." Commissioner Grace was of the same mind on the matter. A somewhat lengthy argument occurred between Mayor Hardie and the Herald representative in which the ; j mayor made the statement that "the 1 i present ballot reduces the chances of1 the man in office to be re-elected as there are always a certain number against him on the principle that they are 'agin the government.' " "You would not care to be quoted to that effect," suggested the Herald. "Yes, I would." said the mayor. "I intended to mako this a plank In my election platform in December." Say* It Is Immoral The mayor thinks the preferential ballot is immoral for the reason that it allows a man to straddle the fence and vote for two candidates or more. He should he compelled to make up his mind and vote for only one. If is likely therefore that the plebi- Flax Jan. . May * fr *  * * i * * � * * * t S5H ST1-.; c * * 1541& 154 319 3115 \ - v^ Died of Pneumonia Pte, W. Conrad, of Pincher is reported died of pneumonia front. Creek, at the w. . 1 90*4 No. 2 C. W. S4% Feed ............. S4^ S1H No. 2 Feed.. 77!^ 1 die, "but as far as I have beeu able . ., . . . . . ., . , to find out. iron, ratepayers wlth ^torawmoe asked to lollow the dirtate whom I have talked they are all of: oE.f hf. elect�rs �ty in dealing; one mind to have the ballot changed i mth the Preferential ballot clause. Cash Prices Oats- Extra No No. 1 Feed. Barley- Xo. 3 ......149 No 4 ......144 Rejected and Feed .............125 Flax- ^*o� X ]S� W  C.......�.........321 Xo, 2 C. W. 317^ Xo. 3 C. W. 301 Winnipeg Livestock Winnipeg, Jan. 2$.-Offerings today at the Union stock yards were 90G cattle and 1.147 hogs. Cattle prices were steady at last week's close for the few that sold. Most of the receipts were held over for Tuesday's market. Xo hogs were sold before noon, but buyers hid $17.50 for selects, 15 cents lower than last -week's close. Quotations: - Butcher steers $7.00 to $10.75; heifers $6.50 to $10.50; cows : $4.00 to $9.00; bulls'$5.00 to $8.50; ox- j en $4.75 to $S.o0; stockers $6.50 to' SS.50; heavy feeders $8.50 to $0.50; I calves '$7.U0 to $11.50. Hogs, selects1 $17.50; heavies $13.50 to $14.50; sows $12.00 to 13.00; lights $13.50 to $14.75. At the present price of esss you should be interested in anything that will promote the vitality of your fowls and increase the production of egg*. PRATT'S POULTRY POWDER Is an effective tonic. It has been used In this country for years ana most any poultry raiser can testify as to its value, PRICES 30c, 60c, 4ind $1.20 The Red Cross Drug and Book Co. Phone 555^ Forum Executive The executive of the Sunday Forum will meet in Mayor Hardio's office to-morrow evening at 8. V IK- I.O.O.F. Meeting Viaduct lodge No. 53, I.O.O.F. will (confer the initiative degree at their 'regular meeting tomorrow night, Tues-! day, Jan. 29. Kentishm'en, Attention! The Lethbridge Kentish association 'will hold their regular monthly meeting in St. Mary's hall tomorrow (Tues-I day) evening at S o'clock. \ OUR SPECIALTY F j WE HAVE upwards of fifty styles and patterns in Pocket Knives of Sheffield and American manufacture. m> 1 WE HAVE SCISSORS of every style and size, also Scissors in cases. WE HAVE RAZORS imported from England before the war, 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. F WE HAVE TABLE & DESSERT KNIVES of highest quality including the new stain- \ �nit \ ess steel. For Belgian Relief W, A. Buchanan, M,P., acknowledges with Hunks, receipt of $1.00 contribution to the Belgian Relief Fund, from A Belgian, Lethbridge, Alta. ! Moose Meeting Special meeting ot Loyal Order of Moo�e No- 792 will be held on Tuesday night at R o'clock at the Moose Hall. A fui! attendance is looked for. �at. WE HAVE CARVING KNIVES AND FORKS in pairs at modest prices, also an excellent selectipn in cases. Many of these lines cannot be replaced until after the war. Better buy now if you want the best. CONSUMERS' HARDWARE CO. Hi 120 FIFTH 8T. S. LETHBRIDGE PHONE 1212 I Youths Remanded , , , ^ , , ... ,. , The two youths who broke into the}syllabus will he out by about the first of February and'can be had from the secretary Mr. Geo. U Taylor, 934 10th St S.,NCity. Olympic Cafe on Friday night lifting $140 iti cash and cheques were remanded in juvenile court until Tuesday. ..... ALL I .WAN. NOW AND FEEL FINE! Here At Last! 4 4 4 4 Russia in the grip of the Huns; Russia asleep at the switch; Russia ruled by a villain, the scoundrel Rasputin; Russia ready to drop out as a cation of honor betrayed, despoiled, lost, for humanity's sake-and then Russia anew, fighting for its very existence under the leadership of Ker-j4 ensky, until democratic supremacy j 4 shines upon the horizon and a seni- 4 blance of patriotism prevails. This is|4 the picture, thia the thrilling photo-14 drama that the world is talking about, and now you may see it as it actually happened. At the Empress tonight, j 4 tomorrow and Wednesday.-Advert. ! * GRIESBACH'S MAJORITY IN CITY POLLS 4 Edmonton, Jan. 2S.-The official count of the returns for West Edmonton opened this morning but up, to noon only the figures for tfie city of Edmonton were given out. These are: Griesbach 3,559; Oliver 1,692. The count resumes at 2 o'clock when the outside district will be taken up. The East Edmonton count has been postponed until February 4th. v V ? 4 License the "Y" The council decided this morning that the "Y"'. should he placed in the sahia class a 3 rooming houses and will have to pay the rooming house license. 1 4 4 4 4 C. W. MANSON PHONE G13 1 I The Twentieth Century Book Store LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA, CANADA Where are the pumps? This wffs the question shot at Com-"f missioner Grace by Mayor Hardie this Y I morning. Commissioner Grace took *;*) his seat at the council board this *f t morning for the first, time since his y \ holiday and the mayor wanted io YI know how the filtration plant was *"* coming along. t As for the pumps, they are still on ' the way but they are getting nearer. Commissioner Grace states that the shippers have located them close to j the Canadian border and they ought to be out of the V, S. railway congestion and into Canada this week. It is expected that they will be rushed through once they reach the Cana- i dian bide, and on arrival here it will not be very long before they are installed and the filter plant working. ; So there is yet hope that Lethbridge I will go on the water -wagon for the spring freshets without consuming more than a palatable amount of mud. No More Gas on the Stomach or Sour Stomach! No MoreHeavy Feeling After Meals or Constipation! If you have sour s&mach, constipation or gas on the stomach try JUST ONE DOSE of simplelwckthorn bark, glycerine, etc., as mixed in Adler-i-ka, the reinedv which is becoming known as the MOST POWERFUL bowel cleanser ever sold. The VERY FIRST dose shows results and a short treatment with Adler-i-ka will surprise you. This remedy drainB such astonishing amounts of old matter from the feystem that A SINGLE DOSE relieves constipation, sour stomach and gas on the stomach almost INSTANTLY. Is Coming Home Word has been received in the city that Neil Me Vicar, former postman, who enlisted with the 39th Battery, is on his way home. He is granted sick leave. , #� Music at Forum The music at the Forum on Sunday dence 712 3rd St. S., on Jaft. 25th, at 2;30 p.m., services heiug. conducted by the Rev. .Canon McMillan, interment taking place in St. Augustin's cemetery.  A..large.number of-friends were present, including a number from oC the de- A. K. Burn Gas Local theatre men were greatly worried this moriiing by 2he receipt of j Pearce, the former home telegrams from Winnipeg to the effect ceased. The pal! bearers were, that the fuel controllers were ^"f^-JDupen. T. A. Rogers, Sydney Jackson, erng closing theatres throughout Can- � now, a �r ad a for three days a week as a fuel Geo. Kerr, R. B. Morden and W. Mill-saving-measure. They are today wir-'ar. The floral offering** .were, Heart ing pretests to Ottawa. In the case from Mother; Gates Ajar from family; of the Lethbridge theatres the order would have little effect in saving coal as practically all the houses burn gas; and those not doing so would arrange to make the change. , For Red Cross The hon. treasurer. Red Crop's Soci- Wreaths from Mr. and Mrs. Rogers, Mrs. Barnes and Mr. and Mrs. Dupen, Mr. Angel and Mr. and Mrs. Coxen, and Roy Electric Co.; Sprays from Mr. and Mis. A. Hutton, Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Kerr. Mr. Sydney Jackson, Mrs. and Misaes Munrne, Mr. and Mrs. Dal-rymple, Mr. and Mrs. G. K. Mclntyre. Taking Him 8ac(c Sheriff J. J. Nedrclloe, of Minot, N. D, arrived yesterday to take back with him L. C. Montgomery, wanted there on a charge of rape and jumping his bond. He was arrested here by the A.1\P. and waived extradition. chanan, M.P., $25.00 from Mr. H. B. Chisholm, Warner, and $(..85, proceeds of dance at Keho school house; proceeds of tea at Kirkby's rooms by Major Jack Ross chapter, I. O. D. E., $12.80; Geo. Loaias, Burrfett, sale of j cow, g81J)Q; Albion Ridge school, per Mrs. Dunsarth $5.00. Feed Oa ts ! J. D. Eigrbafiam & Co L ted -Alberta's Plonefsr Druggists" Wholesale and Retail Chemist* TELEPHONE No. 322 WE WILL BE GLAD TO ORDER AND DELIVER IF NOT IN STOCK, ANY BOOK PUBLISHED. OFFICE SUPPLIES, QUALITY STATIONERY Latest Styles. Correct Forms. Have Us Install Your Furnace now so it will be all ready to use when needed. We are prepared to put In new flues, cold air boxes, or to build an entire furnace if required. We have ample facilities and equal skill You can depend upon our work every time and you'll find upon inquiry that our charges are always extremely reasonable. r The Dixon Sheet Metal Co. SpireUa Goods MADE TO ORDER $3*50 up Phone 582 Miss ROOM 6r DOMINION BLDG. FOR SALE JUTE SACKS Grain and Potato Car arriving thia week. F. O. HYDE & CO, Phone 1244 Lethbridge OF THEATRES To r;ri.:{] Him Back Detectiye HtsKeLh of the A.P.P., his gone across the Jine to Cutbank to bring-back Carl Cattell, captured by the sheriff at Cutbank. The distance from Lethbridge to Cutbank, which is about 40 miles west of Shelby Junction, is about 200 miles. Make a Trade At this morning's meeting of the city couacil it was decided to trade the old site of the electric light plant, i;l-100th of an acre, to the C.P.R. for an acre on the north side near the woollen mills. The new property will likely be* used fur city stores. .Big Picture Here Tonight Through a regrettable error the big feature "The Full of the Romanoffs," was given as to appear at the Empress theatre starting Feb. 28. This should have been Jan. 28. The feature starts this evening and runs throe nights, and is one the highest features ever shown here. Thanks to Salvation Army / Adjutant and Mrs. Hamilton have received letters from several of the bandsmen in France and England expressing their gratitude to the ^commanding officers, bandSmen and members of the home league, tor the excellent Christmas parcels. The boys appreciate very much strong warm mitts sent with each parcel. The names of the comrades who have $o far sent letters are Ptes. Russell Barnard, 63rd Batt.; Fred Wilson, Arthur r-ledshaw, .Willie Tulloch, Lawjey TulT !och, Slnd Battalion; Pte. James Da-vey, Joseph Lackenby, John Bartlett, of the H3th Battalion, Lethbridgo; Pte. George Wilson, 60tb Batt. There were seventeen parcels to all who were connected with the local corps many years ago. Funeral Jas. Watson The funeral of the late James Watson took place from the family re3i- J very other grade as well. levator cleaned and sacked if required. ellvercd promptly. ats for Seed. Iberta's Best. T ry Our crvice. James R chardson & Sons, Ltd. 201 SHERLOCK BLDQ. Messrs. Brown, Fleming and Hanson, local theatre managers, waited Failed to Register Frank Fr:unu and T. kichards ap- flEAR STAFFORD BLOCK LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA "DESIGNED FOR ME" HAIR CUTS AT THE SANITARY SHOP WESTBROOK BROS Opposite Bank of Montreal uperior Supply Co. on the cily council this afternoon and  pearc-d bp^ore Magistrate Elton this asked that, the council take some ao morning chargca \vith tailing to re-tion to prevent the government from port for miiit.iry service. They were closing down the theatres for three turned over to the military a nth or i-days a wefk. The council took the. ties. T. Mandville. charged with hav-following action: I in* liquor in a public place, was fined Whereas Ik no scarcity of fuol VJJ and cos's, while k,l Amnions, in this city and many of the small dnmk, drew -ilown 520 and costs. A mines are closed down in the Tabor; vag was ordered out of town, neighborhood because of the lack of orders, and Whereas closing our theatres would almost ruin tho proprietors or lessens and throw quite ;> number of people out of employment, and Whereas amusements are so very limited fn the west that to close a.own I our little amusements where there j are bo many with relatives at the I front, would tend toward morb'dnefls, Therefore bo it resolved that uui Council wire .sir Hobert Borden anu\ , fuel controller, C. A. Magrath, our I reason for objecting to anticipated or-j tier to close rcn down three days each week. Dates Musical Festival Claude Hughes and R. T. Brymner were in PaJg.Ty recently attending the provincial executive meeting of the Alberta Mus'cal Festival and have to report that the dates of the festival are May 'JL'nd, 23rd and 24th, (Wednesday. Thursday and Friday). The "THE BEER WITHOUT A PEER n BfttWEO AMD iOTTHO �Y SERVE C O JJD ZnC Ave. S. and 13th Street MINING. BUILDING & RAILWAY SUPPLl�S & EQUIPMENT TUDHOPE ANDERSON AND EMERSON FArtM IMPLEMENT* GANG PLOWS fcWLKIES FOhl ThAcTUrt ATlMirt BUGGIES MENTS DEMOCRATS AUTO TRAIL"-RS / CULTIVATORS BiUD~X EN3IJEI PHONE 172j-TAKE A BLUE LINE CAR . FAMILY PORTRAITURE 'Make it an annual duty to yourselves to have your children's photo taken. You will be creatine abiding pleasures for your later years. Smith's Studio 906 ^hird Ave. 8. Phont 1471 . To Cure a Cold fn One Day Take LAXATIVE BROMO QUININE (Tablets.) it stops the Coinh and Headache and works off the Cold. E "VV*. GKOYE'S Kignature on each box. * 30c. ANNOUNCEMENT There are a euupLe of vacant rooms to rent in th- *V" owing to some boys being called in draft. For parttcUr lars phone Secretary. The Lethbridge Brewing a Malting Co. Ltd. Lethbrioqe, Alberta. eciauze in office equipment Typewriter*-Bought, Sold, Rented and Repaired. All makes. Check Writers, Envelope Sealers, Stamp Affixers, Adding 1 Vertical filing Cabinets, Machines. O.'fice Desks, Typewriter Desks, Transfer Cases and Boxes.' \ Legal Forma, Loose Leaf Systems, Counter Check Books and Blank Books of all kinds. A FULL LINE OF OFFICE STATIONERY. EVERALL & FRANK 8INNOTT BLOCK, COR. FOURTH AVE. A FIFTH 8T. 8. PHONE 110? ;