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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 28, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta Attiniboia Masit Co./Ltd^ ai5 6tH,8trSr Phon�'tS4p' EdlMn' Phonographs. The N�w Ediion ahtt ' the AmberotM. Pull range of Records. Some Very Choice BEEIs PORK, ilTTON To Start the Week DELANYS MEIAT CO, FIFTH ST. 8. OPPOSITE DALLAS HOTEU PHONE 452 Willard's Fork-dipt Chocolates We have n r.ingo ot this tlolieloiis candy In n large variety ACg, o� fillings which'We nre selling for. perpound........^........tDQ COME EARLY AND. GET V0UR8 THE KENNY & ALLIN CO., ltd. Store b!�Kaca This WfeelPiiSpecial Price on Nelioh Brand Pure Jams Assorted casei airttaining 12 41b. tins as follows:-^2; tins Strawberry. 2 tins Raspberryv 2 tins Black Currant, 2 tins Red Plum, 1 tin;Green Gage, I Hn Apricot, 1 tin Peach ahd I tin Crab Apple Jelly. Prices, per case .\........... fSsSO This makes the price per tin about 79 cents. Had we not laid in a supply in the Fall our price would nave to be considerably higher today. Buy a case or so now and save mbhey. . "^^^ THE GOOD Ga HOTEL WiNPSiyR 'iuiioPiAN.i*tANr"'^: MIALt PROM IM A.M. TO S.OO P.m. NEXT DALLAS HOTEL PHONE 1487 CITIZENS 10 VOIE ON PREFERENTIAL Mayor Not Adverse to Having a Plebiscite in the . Matter At the adjourned nieetlng of the city council this afternoon the following motion was passed:' "That a plebiscite be taken on Tuesday, February 5th, 1918, on: "1. A\'hether the preferential ballot shall be retained or we return to the straight ballot, the same os in use In school-board elections. � '2. ;Whether or not there shall bs the same qualification for a candidate tor commissioner as is retiuired to Tote on a money bylaw, viz., $400 property qualifications." "I am not averae to having a plebi-Bolto on the matter," said Mayor Har-' die, "but as far aa I have been able to find out from ratepayers with whom I have talked they are all of one mtnd to have.the ballot changed �,�^ar*et t ; ,; Oats-Old Contract: V;."Opbn, Close May ... ... ..\ ....i.'^' -85^4 New Contract: " .Vay............. 86% , 87% July............ 83%-! 85>4 Barley-- May............ 154% 154% , Flax- '.Tan. ;........... - S19 May............ ,325 3�7 Caah Prices Oats- ^ , No. 2C. W. 90H So. 2 C. W. S4% Extra No. 1 Feed.............84% No. 1 Feed.. 81% No. 2 Feed.. 77% Barley- � No. 3 ......149 No. 4 ......144 , Rejected and Feed ..'. .vV...-... .125 Flax- . - . ,-  'No. 1 N. W. C........i........321 No.. 2 C. W. 317% No.'3,C. W. 301 Winnipeg Llyesto'ek Winnipeg, Jan. 28.-Offerings today at the Union stock yttrds were 900 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. No hogs ware sold before noon, but buyers bid $17.50 fdr selects, 15 cents lower than last week's cldse. . Quotations:-' Butcher steers 17.00 to $10.75; helfere $6.50- to $10.50; cows : 94.00 to $S.00; bull8'$3;0O to 18:60; b.v-'en $4.7p to $8.50; stockers $6.50 to $8.50: lieavy feeders $8.60 to $0.60; calves $7.00 to $11.50. Hogs, selects $17.50; heavies $13.50 to $14.50; sows $12.00 to $13,00; lights $13.50 to $14.75. cm At the present price oi' egsa you shoijld be Interested In anything that will promote the vitality of your fowls and Incrisase the production of eggs. PRATT'S POULTRY POWDER Is an effective tonic. It has been used In .this country for years anis most any poultry raiser can testify as to its value. PRICES 3pc,60e,^nd $1.20 The Red Cross Dru^ and Book Co; Phone 555' CITY AND DISTRICT \ Died of Pneumonia Pt6,, W. Conrad, of PIncher Croek, is reported died of pneumonia at Uie front.. , Forum Executive Tne executive of the Sunday Forum will meet in Mayor Hnrdio's office tomorrow evening at 8. , ^ t.O.O.F. Meeting Viaduct lodge No. 53, I.O.O.P. will confer the initiative degree at their regular meeting tomorrow night, Tuesday, Jan. 29. *  I*     GRIESBACH'S MAJORITY % IN CITY POLLS > Edmonton, Jan. 28.-The offi- are: Orlesbach 3,559; Oliver * 1,692. The count resumes at � 2 o'clock when the outside dis- 4> trlct will bo taken up. The East Edmonton.count has been post- ^ pon^d tmtil February 4tb. ? NOW AND FEEL FINE! Kentlshnfieni Attention! I The Lethbrldge Kentish association will hold their regular monthly meeting in St. Mary's hall tomorrow (Tuesday)-evening at So'clock. For Belgian Relief W. A. Buchanan, M.P., acknowledges with thanks, receipt ot $1.00 contribution to tho Belgian Relief Fund, from A Belgian, Lethbrldge, Alta. Moose Meeting Special meeting ot Loyal Order ot Moose No. 792 will be held on Tues-i day night at 8 o'clock at the Moose Hall. A full attendance is looked for. Youths Remanded Th.e_two youths who broke into the Olympic Cafo on Friday night lifting $140 In cash and cheques were remanded in juvenile court until Tuesday. " > License the "Y" The council decided this morning that the "VJ. should-be placed in tlie salne class as rooming houses and wilt have to pay the rooming house license. Is Coming Home Word has been received in the city that Neil McVicar, former postman, who enlisted with Uia 39th Battery, la on his way homo.''He is granted i sick leave. IS OUR WE HAVI upwards of fifty styles and paiteriis in Pbcket^lSiiTet of Sheffield and Anierican manufacture. ;^ WE HAVE SCliSSORS of every style and | - size, also Scissors in cases. '. jP 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 iKutter. WE HAVE TABLE & DESSERT KNIVES of highest qualify including thie new stainless steel. - WE HAVE CARVING KNIVES AND FORKS in pairsi^at .modest prices, also an excellent selection in cases. Many of these lines cannot be: replaced until after the war. Better buy now if you want tKe best. CONSUMERS' HARDWARE CO. 120 FIFTH er. 8. LETHBRIOOE PHONE 1212 ' C. W. MAN80N PHONE 613 The Twentieth Century Book Store LETHBRIOOE, ALBERTA, CANADA WE WILL BE GLAD TO ORDER AND DELIVER IF NOT IN STOCK. ANY BOOK PUBLISHED. , OFFICE SUPPLIES, ' QUALITYSTATIONERY - Latest Stylea. Correct Formt.' - f (Mif JFurnace MW-so uVwliribo all ready to usfl ^h?n ..needed. Wo nre pre. pared'Uo piitkln new flues, cold air boxes, Jo'l?uild an entire furhaCa.if Vequli^ed. We have aniple (acliitiea and equal skill You'can d9^epd upon our work eTery>jtIiri(a and you'll find upon { jnH� . SSiWWJf^ftf*^^^^ . ... . ;;..v;biMD.-R,EN-3UIBI.-.7, . �'n , � FAMILY , PORTRAITORB Make it an aniiin�|y|^u(y>,,io yourselves to b�vo;?70iir chiM. ren's pljotq'takflji.".'Yoptured by tho sheriff at Cutbank. The distance from Lethbrldge to Cutbank, which is about 40 miles west of Shelby Junction, is about 200 miles. Make a'Trade ,, At this morning's meeting of tho city council it was decided to trade the of the electric light plant, 21-lOOth of �n acre, to the C.P.R. for an acre on the north side near the woollen niilla. The new property will likely be'used for city.stores. Big Picture*^Here Tonight . Through a regrettable error the big feature "The Fall of tho Romanoffs," was given as to appear at the Emproas theatre starting t'eb. 28, This should have been Jan. 28. Tho feature starts this evening and runs three nights, and is one ot tho biggest features over slTown here. Failed to Register Frank Framo and 'f. Uichards ap-' penFod" before Magistrate Elton this ' morning charged with failing to report for military service. They were turned'over to the military authorities, T, Mandville, charged with having liquor In a public place, was fined $10 and costs, while EU Ammoua,. 'drunk, drew/down |20 and costs, A^ Tag was ordered out ot town. ,/ Dates Musical Festival .'v Claude Hushes-aud'R.'T, Brymnet were'In Calgary recently attending tjje provincial oxecutlvo meeting of the Alberta Musical. Festival and hi^ve .to report' that the dates ot the festival �ore May 22nd, 33rd and 24tlj, (Wednesday, Thursday and Frldajr). The ^ToCiire a Cold.,lftrPne,Dny.^;.^ Take LAXATIVE BROMO QU^NIOT (Tablets.) It stop's the iCoij^jhvand Headache and works off.'.fhOiCola,-.!!; W. GROVE'S Blgnaturo !on, each,box. There aro a r.oupto^iflt.iy^fiSR^if^ftW to rent in the 'Y' owlngfJQi �ora^t,boy� bein^ called in i^idi&W^ffmWm lars phone, Sccr�t�rir�i"|.'|:i'v.�f iW'XJjV STORE For Rent 512 THIRD AVE. 8. LETHBRIDQE Reasonable Rent RIGHT IN THE HEART OP THE. BEST BUSINESS DISTRICT, i appcv "^-O A. SOltTHARD^ i'ere greatly worried this morning bylhe receipt of telegrams from Winnipeg to the effect that the fuel controllers'wore considering closing theatres throughout Canada for three days a week as a fuel saving'mcasure.'. Thoy are today wiring Ottawa. In the ease of the Lethbrldge theatres the order would have little ellect in saving coal as practically oil tho^houses burn gas> and those hot doing so would arrange to mako the change. - , " ' For' Red Cross f ''� � The hon. trojauror. Red CroSs Society acknowledges'with thanks the tul-lowlug donations: Hudson's Bay athletic a.ssociatlcom-' manding officers, band.Smenahd memr hers of (be bome.'Ieague, for the excellent' Christmas parcels. The boys appreciate very much strong warm mitts sBnt. with each' parcel. The names of ithe.'icomradas who have so" far sent leitters are Ptes. Qussell Barnard, 63rd.Batt.; Fred Wilson, Arthur Redshaw, Willie T.ulJoch, Lawjoy Tul; loch, S2nd'Battalion; .Pte. James Da-vey, Joseph Lack'enby, John Bartlett, of thevil3th' BattttHon, Lethbrldge;, Pte. Geo,rge .Wilson, 50th Batt. There wore seventeen parcels to all who were connected with the local corps many years ago. ' dence 712'^3rd St. 8., on Jan. 25th, at 2;30, p.m., services .being conducted by the "Reiv ,Canon McMillan, interment taking pio^ in St. AuKiistin's ccmc teo'- - A::.large.numbe.r ,ot Jriends wero present, including: a'-number front Pearce, the former home ot the deceased.- Tho pall bearers were, A. E. Dupon^ T. A; Rogers, Sydney Jackaonl Geo. kerri R.i B. Morden and W. MiU-! ar. The floral offerings ,were, Heart from Mother; Crates Ajar'frbm family; Wreaths trbm Mr. and Jlrs. Rogers, Mrs. Barnes and Mr. and Mrs. Dupen, Mr. Angel and Mr. and "Mrs. Coxeii, ahd., Roy Electric Cb.; Spniys from Mr. and Mrs. A. Hutton, Mr; and Mrs. Geo. Kerr,' Mr. Sydney Jackson, Mrs. and Misses Munroe, Mr, and Mrs. Dal-'rymple, Mr. and Mrs. Q. K, Jlclntyre. iMrs. Watson and family;wish to thank J the friends for the beautiful flowers �sient; also, tor'the many acts.ot kindness shown. ./{"Funeral Jasi';Watsen ThfrfurieKalof the late James ,Wat-sbn took place frbm the family rosl- ^very other grade as weM.;,^ ; rrievater cleaned and sacked X> if required. j^elivered promptly. 'Oat* Seed.'. ^^.Ibfrta's Beat. jiybur �^rviee, ^ James R chardson / 201 SHERLOCK .BLDO. / 'the oeer without a peer' BRMwB ARB BOrniDBV: . /! Ikie LBTHBf|106eBlllWIN�ftNA'ltlN�C(6:inL Sffgga=as=aaaaaa -'i' ,� .1. aaaaaasaaraaa 1. mm we specialize in office equipment] .TraSl,.X;'!;;;d^rl'^�'^'^f^k BlankToLtei'.. '�'1 ,C..unt.r Cheek Bwki,;',,!'., bi�nk,B90ki