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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - January 29, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta AMiniboia Music Co 315 tth Sir s. Phone 15'Vli Cditon Phonographs. The New Edison and the Amberola. Full range of Records. LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD \ HOTEL EUROPEAN PLAN > MEALS FROM 6.00 A.M. Tf> t.*0 p.M. 1 J 1 * *1 Some Very Choice BEEF To Start the Week DELANYS MEAT CO. Hr'TH 3T. S. OPPOSITE DALLAS HOTEL PHONE 452 This Week-Special Price on Nelson Brand Pure Jams Assorted cases containing 12 4 lb. tins as follows:-2 tins Strawberry, 2 tins Raspberry, 2 tins Black Currant, 2 tins Red Plum, I tin Green Gage, 1 tin Apricot, i tin Peach and I tin Crab Apple Jelly. Prices, per case............ . $9.50 This makes the price per tirt about 79 cents. Had we not laid in a Fall our price would have to be consideVably higher today. Buy a case or so now and save monev. WiHard's Fork-dipt Chocolates We h.Mv runo- W this delu-Um* camlv in a large variety or* u'liiii^- hich '.vi1 ;iro sodim: for. per pound................. * COME EARLY AND GET YOUHS 45c THE KENNY & ALLIN CO., Ltd. HIGH CLASS GROCERS THE GOOD PHONE 52S WOMAN TRUSTEE OF NEXT DALLAS HOTEL tt6&*r Sin re PHONE 1487 Convert Cents r,ni Our �>svu Corvt'Spontloui) j Warner. Jan. *JS.-At the uuuual mooting of the Warner Consolidated ( School hold last week, the following} wore elected to the board ot'-trustees: cmma - t j heavy rim on their stocks oi' white : Hour last week so that within a few Idays nothing but war Hour will he j ^ ^^"shepardrM." Caldwell"." j". ia\.utat.ue. . j w. pjuman. G. \Y. Holrovd, {?. .1. Mill- ( haoiu, 0. P. Hendrickson. i AI. Caldwell has been appointed on ; . , . the military tribunal here, in place of: ; tor examination to the cabinet council r. E Wl will be m.v all winter i .yesterday and passed wuh flying col- for reasons of hcalth> Passes Approval-Ottawa. Jan. -Dread baked from! The new standard Hour was .submitted Made By .Millers-New Pusses Approval at Ottawa ! ors. Sample loaves -were placed be-j fore the ministers by the food control-i h r. K. R. Thomson, and there was j unanimity of opinion as to the splen-| did utility of the bread. The fine � rexture of ihe loaf, clean-cutting in Bread! cru*t and middle was favorably re- t C. P. R. Agent Transferred TL B. McKinnon. the popular C. P. R. agent here, has been transferred i to Carmangay, his place being taken ! by Mr. Collins. Before he left Mr. j McKinnon was the recipient of a sub-1 marked upon by the members of the1 stantial purse presented to him Iry \ abinet. **Vt"e consider it first class! the business men of the town in token j tread," said-Hou. S. W. Rowell, pres-lof his never failing courtesy and tact j I iib-nt of the privy council. ! The loaves were baked on an or- in dealing with the business of the I C. P. R. and merchants. At'the same "War iMur is on the market in 1-eth-j d'mary commercial basis at Montreal j time Mr, .McKinnon was informed | bridge today. "Sfoe Ellison Milling Co.: from "one grade flour" milling: of; that whilst Warner was losing a eap-j sold their first local order this morn-! which commence*! yesterday in Can- able and efficient citizen, the business-ing to the Kerr Co, here, who are re- \ adian mills. men of Warner wished to congratulate ; tailing it at $."�.7r� for !'-S pound sacks.---} him on his advancement: $2.90 for -i.S's and $IM> for r-Ts. i A series of card parties is being giv- "We are cleared out of our supp of the old flours'", the Herald was told \ at the nulls, whu are wholesaling the j new brand at ?"..2rv per sack. ' According to experts the new flour t will make bread which is no: quite so white. It will be a creamy color, but will be just as nutritious and palatable. f Some of the grocery stoves report a : NOTICE OF APPEAL SEPT. SCHOOL CASE Toronto. Jan, 29.-Formal uotic" . the J4rh oi January* and it is appealed! M ^. *-ouiraci-against on the usual formal grounds.!' 'T that it was contrary to the law and the M: . onua,n ""lence.______ ! JnIy .... j Barley- IN MEMORIAM ! ^R>' � � � In lovina memory of Peggy CraU,! ^ax- Oied Jan. 17th, 1915. aged IT years." ; Jamiary O for the touch of a vanished baud, j May ... And the sound of a voice that is; . stilled. * Gnu-- Inserted by her father. \^o. i! CA\ mother and Vister. en weekb" in the Masonic Hall by the | ladies of the Catholic church, a portion of the proceeds being turned over to the Red Cross.. Const. Brown oi" the A. P. P. is temporarily stationed here pending the arrival of a permanent man. A largely" attended niaskei) ball,wus given in the Athletic Hall on Tuesday, when some splendid costumes were seen. Mrs. Munday won the ladies' prize, and Lo Meisser the gentleman's. At the present price of eggs you should be interested in any* thing that will promote the vitality of your fowls and increase the production of eggs. PRATT'S POULTRY POWDER Is an effective tonic. It has been used in lh\s country for years and most any poultry raiser can testify a.; to its value. PRICES 30c, 60c, and $1.20 the Red Cross Drug and Book Co* Phone 555 VtWOVtH BUSHELS SEED OATS Calgary, Jan. 29.-A. E. Wllaort. commissioner for the Dominion government in arranging for the securing of sufficient seed oats for the sections of the prairie country in need, is in the city, and has informed the local grain companies as well as the United Grain Growers that he is desirous of securing 100,000 bushels of seed oats here. He asks that the government be given first chance to purchase all available oats fit for seed. The seed oats, as purchased, will be diverted to the interior government elevators at Calgary, Saskatoon and Moose Jawvfrom which places it will be distributed to points in need. We Have in Stock the Lines of Stoves and Ranges: 4 Peninsular Combination Gas and Coat as shown in above cut Peninsular High Oven Range. Peninsular Ordinary Style Range. Lighterday High Oven Range. Round Oak Range. Canada B. Range. Nelson Range City Queen Range. I CITY AND DISTRICT Also Six Styles in Gas Ranges and eight Styles and sizes in Gas Heaters. SEE OUR ASSORTMENT CONSUMERS' HARDWARE CO. 1 Old Timer Visits H. H. Angell Evans of Cat&ary. former hethhridgc old timer, is iu the u " _| following executive being chosen: j Dangerously HI ! Hon- President-Mr. C. E. Race, j I'to. Kniest Loxton. of Pernio, B.C.! (the Registrar of the University). 1 is reported in today's casualty lists us dangerous!v ill. MARKETS "Open. Close-. I 4 * Mi 4 * t * t Trades, Council _ Trades and Labor Council meets on Wednesday at S p.m. All locals are requested to send delegates. Import-an: business. Railway Inspector on Tour ; J. II. Shinnick. inspector for Ihe j Dominion Uafiways Commission, is in � th?1 south, lie visited Coutts with j Supt. Coturoil yesterday*. Today he ! is visiting the Manyherries branch. President-Mr. C. W. Banks. Vice-president-Miss Susie McLennan. / Secretary-Miss Lucille Taylor. Treasurer-Mr. Kenneth Craig. CbmnTitteli-Misses Margaret Kou-ertson and Mamie Simpson and Messrs. Edward Miller. Sinclair Budd and Sid Kainbridgc. Constables-Messrs. j. D. C. Ma-haffy and G. S. Jarrctt. Three of the above students are from Calgary. Messrs. Banks, Miller and Budd. while Mr. Craig's home isjn Olds and M1'. Mahaffy comes from Hed Deer. The Dramatic Society of the T*ni-verslty are preparing to put on two short plays on February Sth in Cou- V LIVB.Y SCANDAL On Suspended Sentence The tv.*o boys who" broke into the Olympia Cafe the other night taking i vocation Hall. The plays selected arc SHO from the till were convicted but ! Barrlc'.s let oft on suspended sentence of one I �ett vear bv A. O. HiKinbotham in the'juv-j Interest in nthlutics at the univers- * * * # s> Si w 1 t ; 11 * f * m # * ^ r * * M Si Cash Prices Xo. 3 CAT.. . 83 How everyone (men' particularly) | tries to sicU- step the aecuaalion.  The nights are long and very cold ; Let's help out in the. matter- with a ? good comfortable "bedfellow'' in the J-Vi4 j shape of a Hot Water Bottle. We have' them in all sizes � and 1 kinds, from the '"Baby" h:\lf pint to ! enile Court. stored. The money has been re- �-vo 1 C. W. MANSON PHONE 613 to 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. Z'i:,* nel covered and plain. -s Metal bottles in one and two quarts * � + * Xo. 1 food. Xo. 4 ..... .144U ......}.....125 i 'i C.W.. i Repair Tinwai;e as well as make all kinds of tin and 'sheet metal work. If your wash boiler needs a hew copper bottom, your scale scoop needs renewing, your stove pipes want replacing come righr here where you can have exactly what you want done in the least time for the least money good work and good-materials �'ill permit. The Dixon Sheet Metal Co. Extra No. 1 feed . Xo. 1 feed.. Si>96 Barley- No. 3 ......UWj Rejected and feed ... Has- No. 1 X. No. -Z C.W.. Xo. New York Markets New Yorkt Jan. 2fl.--Closing sales: C, P. R. 143%; V. S. Steel, 02%; U. o. Steel preferred, lNHa. Hogs at Calgary Calgary, Jan. Hogs are quoted ! at $17.75; cattle up to 11 eents. No I ! sales Tuesday morning and no hog receipts. Toronto Livestock Toronto. Jan. 20.-At the Union stock yards "today receipts were 140 cattle. I4i* flogs. Quotations: Choice export cattle $1*J,00 to $12.75: export, bulls $9.u0 to 911.25; ,choice butcher cattle $1.1.00*to $11.50: medium $S.l)i> to ?10.2;.>; common $7.50 to $S.r�u; choice i-ows $8.75 to $10.tJO; me(Hmn $7.."50 to $8.75. Sheep, ewes $1l\00 to $14.00; bucks and culls $y.u0 lo $8.00v lambs $18.75. Hogs, fed and watered SiS.7o to Calves $>5.00 to $17.00. /? ! the four nuart "hospital" size, nan- only. Flannel "Bottle Pyjamas" with each bottle purchased (this week only.) J. D. Higiobotham & Co 1 Limited The "Alberta's Pioneer DruggUts Wholesale and ,Reta� Chemists. TELEPHONE No. 322 Card of Thanks ' Vi~e v.-jkIi to extend our sincere thanks to the friends who so kindly extended 10 us their help and sympathy in our late bereavement and also for the floral contributions; From the family, a floial heart; from the Ncxt-of-Kin Association, spray; from the I. O. D. E.. spray; from the Kit-chel fumJly, wreath: and the pallbearers. Messrs. Delay, Miller, MeCor-1 mirk, Patterson, Miron, McNutty. Inserted by the family of the late Mr. Bardet. Hrandon. Man.. Jan. 2fl.-Xo trace has yet been found qf Rev. W. Xichol. pastor of St. Paul's Presbyterian Church, who left Brandon January II, r n leaving a \vif& and lour children in Jirandon. x, -warrant now has been swopn out asking for his arrest on a charge of seduction of a sixteeu year old girl who was muse-maid at thf minister's home. It is; believed that rie's "Rosulijur and Arnold Hen- xichol nUs g011e to the United States, s "The Stepmother." ^ ^ {n .Bpanaon ub(nH a year. Kon�erly he Avas Connected with Prosbyterifu churches at (Duu- das and at Woodstock. . It 'is said that when the' father of the girl interviewed Xichol about the girl's charges against, him, the minister expressed a desire to stay in Brandon and live it down. Varsity News �fl1*:^*-* Edmonton, Jan. 211. N A hook on "Democracy and the War," by Dr. John F\ ('oar, professor of Gorman in the CniversKy of Al- jberta has been published by Putnam's.! The Quinine That Does Not Affect The first copies have just reached | Head Mherta. This bouk 4a based on ad-1 Becnust? of its tonic and laxative ef- ify, so far a* the women students are concerned, is centered in tiic progress i of the two Varsity basketball teams in | the city league. Last year only one team was entered from the university amLthat team \y,oa the city championship. This year with two teams iu the field, the interest is ever keener. Thus far in the season, the first team has played four games and won them all, while the second team has also played four games, winnjfag two of them. The University V. M. and Y. \V. entertained the soldiers of the military hospital and the convalescent home in Athabasca Hall on Thursday cveniur;, January 24th. 'Die Y.W.C.A. of 'he University hel4 a very interesting meeting on Tuesday afternoon^ Jan. 22nd. in the Arts building. Miss Jackson of the department of neglected and delinquent j children addressed those present and tolfl them of the work being done among the "teen-age" girls. BLAZE IN RESIDENCE dresses delivered by Dr. Coar iu the Cnitcd States and Canada since the tall of l'Ml. These addresses have been enlarged and brought into a logical series, d"aliufr with topics such as ''Democratic Efficiency.'.'The Autocracy of Carman Nationalism," "Eco-Inomlc Demccracy." "The Divine Tras> Wnly of Civilization." and "The Time Firemen of Uie city lire brigade had Peace." � nasty blaz- 10 fiRht in the 20 below , T^,fe^01V r;T'hl* f Td fA�rfista.nt H . � Protcbsor (ioidou ot the Lniversity feet, Laxative Bromo Quinine can be taken by anyone without cumdng nervousness or ringing in the head. There is only one "Bromo Quinine.". E. W. ROVE'S signature is on box. ','Mre,s> Thc ,M>oU is.-L. Shippobotham hnd been thawing fro/- j r.mnpiliaihm of selections of English j en pipes in ihe hnthvoom, and thoo : cal introduction:-) to Cue various auth-j damage w.v done to "the building, but ors and by notes. The title of the book! j very little to the furniture which was is to be "English t'rose from Bacon all moved without a drop of water be- to Hardy." . ^ ing spilled on it. v Since Mr. A. K. Otiewell has tsone 1 Wilef Hardy had thc misfortune lo| overseas, the Department of Exten- HBAA STAFFORD BLOCK LE-^HJRIOGE, ALBERTA Superior Supply You'll be Pleased AT THE SANITARY SHOP WESTBROOK BROS. Opposite Bank of Montreal have a ratter on wliich he was standing burn under him, Jetting him fall i with-the result that ho is nursing u ; wrenched shoulder. No trouble was experienced with the water pressure, though some trouble ,was had in opening the hydrant on account of the severe cold. 2nd Ave. S, and 13th Street. MINING. builoing 4. railway SURPLUS & equipment juohope anderson AND emerson FARM implements gang plows sulkies ford tractor attach. buggies ments. democrats auto trailers- cultivators BiNor.r engine; phone 1725-take a blue LINE car FAMILY PORTRAITURE Make it an annual duty to you rrel ve.s to h ave your vh i ld-ren's photo taken. You will be creating abiding pleasures for your later years. Smith's Studio 006 Third Ave. s. Phone�147l sion at the University has been put tinder the general direction of Pri-lessor H. )!. C.aet/., the supervision Of the lantern work in the Visual Instruction Division being in the hands of , Mr. II. P. Brown. S\r> Brown was at j Tofield last week, giving a demon-' i st rut ion of moving picture machines |and he fcxpeeu to go td Red Deer in I the week of Ja'mmry *J7th for thc same purpose and nlso will take with him a set of slides showing the work being done by the Canadian military hospitals commission for our returned soldiers. Material on tins same topje is being prepared by the division of dfcbaLing and public discussion of the department of extension, inquiries hav- ----- j ing cpmo in seeking information "The Fall or' (he llomanoffp." which touching this subject, is the attraction at the Empress j On Tuesday, January ihe prcsi-Theatrc today ami ^bmorrow is with-} dent of the Students' I'nion, Mr. .1. H.. All phone orders given personal attention. ARLOW'S Elir^M'      ARK E T 1t10 SIXTH AVE SOUTH. PHONE 79$ Orders delivered to any part of the city. Service Satisfaction MEDICAL BOARD edmonton .Calgary, .laii. -Af\ army medical hoard will be established in iOdmonton to relieve th'- congestion in Calgary. The Greatest Picture Ever Brought to Lethbridge out. uuestion ihe--biggest nnd most timelv film tucjducUon ever brought into Canada durfnff the i>re�ent yeui-. In spite of tin- roid weather it's worth Ogllvio, ciiHftd u meeting of the Freshman Class of the University for too purpose of electing officers for the year. In the case of most of the your while to . ce this feature.'-Advt. pfficers, the vote waa very close, the WE SPECIALIZE IN OFFICE EQUIPMENT Typewriters-Bought, Sold, Rented and Repaired. Al! m�kes. Check Writers, Envelope Sealers, * Stamp Affixert, Adding , Machines. Office Desks, Typewriter Desks, Vertical Filing Cabinets,, Transfer Cases and Bpxes. Legal Forms, Loose Leaf Systems, Counter Check Bocks and Blank Books of all kinds. A FULL LINE OF OFFICE STATIONEHt' EVER ALL & FRANKS SINNOTT BLOCK, COR. FOURTH AVE. A FIFTH Sit. S- PHONR 1107 ;