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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 29, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta Some Very CFioice \ BEEF, PORK, MUnON To Start the W^ek DELANYS MEAT CO. riFTH ST..4i. OPPOSmE DALLAS hotel. phone 452 Willard's Fork-dipt Chocolates Wo'huvo n ratiBo nf this ilolicious camly fu a,Urge variety i C oI*l"illing for US pound sacks, $2.90 f(jr JS's and �1.50 for LM's. "We are cleared- out of our supply of the oldllour.s", the Herald was told at the, mills, who are wholesaling the new hrinjl at per sack. , According experts the new flour will make bread which i.s not qtilte so �white.�It will be a creamy color, bat Svlll be juBt as nutritious and palatable. " -Soiiie of the.grocery stores report a heavy run .on their stocks of wUlia tlour last week 80 that within a few days nothing but wair flour will bo available. Passes Approval.. ' Ottawa, Jan. ait.-Broad baked from the new standard flour was submitted for examination to the cabinet council yesterday and passed with flying colors. Sample . loaves -wero placed before Uie ministers by the food control-Ipr, H. B. Thomson, and there was unanimity of opinion ns to tho splendid unllfy of the bread. The fine texture of ^he lonf. clenn-^utting in crust and liiddle was favorably remarked upon by the members of the i 'jabinet. "Vfe consider It first class ! Ircad," saidJlon, IC. AV. Rowell. president of the privy council; The loaves were baked on nn ordinary commercial basis at Montreal from "one grntie flour" milling -of which conuuenceU yesterday in Canadian mills. EOF APPEAL SEPT. SCHOOL CASE The Ancient Order o( ' Foresters ARE HOLDING AN INVITATION In the K. of P. HaU on Friday ^feb. 1 MISS ARNOLD'S ORCHESTRA ' IN ATTENDANCE' v Phone ;792 for Invitation* Toronto. Jan. 29.-Formal uoticcs-of appeal was entered into by the Quebec Bank, the Bank of Ottawa' and 1 other defendsnts'ln the action launched by the Ottawa separate school board from the decision ot Mr. Jus-tics Clutc whereby the commissioii ap-1 pointed by tfie Ontario legislature to ; administer thtf school was held respon' I sible for and ordered to refund " all i expenditures' save those which would I have been jnpurrcd in the norma! afl-j.miolstration of.Vthe schools. Mr, Justice Clute'a judgment was delivered on the 14ttt of Januar? and it is appealed agaiiist on the ttsnal formal grounds, that It �was cbintrary to the la^w and the evidence, * , . . ' V, IN MEMORIAM I In loving memory of Peggy Craig, 'died Jan:^.17th, 1915, aged 17 years, O for the touch of a vanished haud. And the sound of a voice tliat is stilled. Inserted by her father, mother and lister. C, W, MANSON �� v � ' / � \ � �a-, PHONE �13 The Twentieth\Century Book Store � LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA, CANADA ew copper Ijottom,' youv'icale jcoop needs reao^y|D|^,i your stove pipes want replaiBiigfcComo right- here -vvhoi c, ,;you cart .Jiave exactly wh?t you wanti done jp,tie least.time for the, leaiit^m^iiey- good wwk and gooilroaterlfils wlirperra^ Dixon SheetJMytal Co. st;afford BLOCK f o^tE^iiirbojE,: This Wciek---Special Pji'iceoii Nelsfon Brland Pure Jams I" Assorted cases containing 12 4 lb. tins as {ollo>vs:-2 tins Strawbeny, 2 tins, ' Raspberry, 2 tins Black Currant, 2 tin^ Red Plum, I tin:Green Gage, I tin Apricot, \ tin Pekh ahd I tin Ciab Apple Jelly. Prices, per.case ... ... ^9.50 ' " This makes the prjce per tin about 79 c��nls. 44ad we not laid in a supply in, the v  Fall our price would have to be considerably higher today. Buy a case qr so now and save money. / � ^-'^J' HIGHCLASS GROCERS ; PHONE S2II WOMAN TRUSTEE 01 WARNE * attended masked \ja,n�was given in the Athletic HaU on Tuesday, when some splendid costumes were seen. Mrs. Munduy won the'ladles' prise, and Lp Melsser the gontloman's. i At the present price of egga you ahouUl liq;lnterested In any-^ thing that Witl.promote the vital-'| Ity of your .fmyls and increase' the production of eggs. PRATT'S POULTRY POWDER Is an efflbttvc tonic. It has been used In; lhi.� countr.v for .years and most any poultry raiser can testify ns to its value.'' . PRICES .30c, 60t,and %\M The Red Cross Driig and^aok Co. Phone 555 'Calgary, Jan. 29-A. E. Wilson, commissioner for the Dominion government In arranging for th� securing of sufficient setd-ea|� for th,1. , No. 4 1441,^ Rejected and feed. i. 125 Plas- . � .�  No. 1 N. w. c. 322^ No, 2 C.W...il9�.i No; 3VcAVi';-.302%^ New York Markets New York, Jan. 2�>-Closing sales : C. P. R. 143^; U. S.:?teel, 92%; tr. a. Stoei preferred, UOH-'/lri Hogs at, Calgjary.'..-',:.-" . Calgary, Jan. 29.-Kbgs; are .quoted at $17.75; cattle up ,td';lX �ent8,: No sales Tuesday moinlng.aud'Ho .hog receipts. - ' , i, Toronto Livestock :/ Tofbnto, Jan. 29,-At': the Union stock yardsrtoday receiiitsrwere 140 cattle, 14a nogs. Qnotatloo.s: Choice esport cattlo $16,00 16 IH2.75; export bulls �9.00;.t6 |U.25j^holce butcher cattle Jll.OO-*tOi|ll.oO:,;nieUi. urn $8.00 to $l0.25'rc6inmon $7.50'to $8.50; choice �ow.4 , $8.75, to, $10.-. �-;';�;,-�;;, Calves $>5.00 to $17.0Q, v Trade^ Council LrrTrados and Labor Council meets on AVednesday at S p.m. All locals are requested to send delegates. Import-\ an: business. Railway [nspector. on Tour J. IT. Shinnick, inspector for the Dominion Railways Commission, Is in the south, lie visited Coutts with Suiit. Cotlerell yesterday.' Today he Is visiting the Manyberrics branch.,;, How everyone , (jnen~ particularly) tries to sldio step (Kg accusation. -The nights arc-lorft-'-and very cold' I tefs help out In the, matter- �with a good comfortable ."bedfoUow" In tho shape of a Hot Watfit-Bottle. "Ave have them'In J "all sizes-and; kinds, from tho "Baby" half pint to the four nuart "hospital" size. Flannel covered and ))laln. r Metal bottles in ono and two-quarts only. , � . ,' � , �, . Flannel "Bottle Pyjamas" with each bottle purchased (this.week only.) J. DHigiobolhan&Co -^ Limttfld -^ The "Alberta's PlonMr:' Druaat�U* Wholesale and B�tall Cheinlstau TELEPHONE No. S22 . \....JUTE. SACKSv-., Car arriving this'^ieifik.;/ P.O. HYDBr&^eO;; � Phdne: .1244 . /;v':'^l;fit;iM^brldM^ S^iiperior SuRply Co. ' .' " ZnO Ave, S, and .13th Wrt'sjtv'i-'^!- � |i6 CAR Yoomimi At THE SANITXiCi^tlllbP ; WESTBROiiijI^Sif Opposite Bank :(ifi^M^triil ~ FIREMEN FIGHT NASIY BLAZE WOENCE Firemen pf the city tire brigade had a hasty blaze to f|ght In the'20 bfelow: zero weather tijla. morning'wlien,-ai}' alarm was rung in from the; residence of Charl s Shippobptham, 12eoy*l>t,li' Avo.-S., juRt bofore:*lght. o'clock. '.Mr. Shippobothnm had- b&anthuwing froz-on pipes in the 1 ij|||l|woQin, ap^' the blaze got through the wall. Inl* tho studding to the roof,: Jii all nhout^$riOO damage wa^ dnne tau,S(ho building,: but vo'ry little to,ilm furniture wliipbiwns. all moved without a drop o� w;ator,.bo-. Ing.spilled on li. Oilier Hardy had tho mistortilne .to On Suspended Sentence The two hoys who'broke into the dlympla Cafe tho other night taking 1 to from the till �Ns-ere convicted but let off on suspended sentence of one year by J.'D. Higinbothani In.the'Juv-enile Court. The money has been restored. , ' , ' . Card of Thantts " 'We wish to extend . oiir sincere thanks to t.ho friends who so. kindly extended to us' their help and sympathy in our late bereavement and also for the floral contributions; From the family, a flofol heart; from the No.\t-of-Kin Aasociatlon, spray; from tho I, 0. D. B., spray; from the Klt-chcl family, wreath; and the pallbearers, Messrs. Delay, Miller, McCor-mlck, Patterson, Mlron, McNutty. Inserted by the family of the late Mr. Bard6t. ^ ^^^^^^^ We Have in $todL A^^^ Lines of Stoves and R|u^^ Peninsular Combination Gas and Coal as shown In iibeiVe put. Penlt\sul�r High Oven Range. Round Oak Range, i * 'i Peninsular Ordinary Style Canada B. Range.; "'t:': Range. Nelson Range.' -'z:^''. Llghterday High' Oven Range. City Qgeen�Range. re/.  ; Also Six Styles In Gas Ranges and eight Styles and.sltesr lii Gas Heaters. '-^fix'/ ] :.. .SEE OUR ASSORTMENT . CONSUMERS' HARDWARE CO. liavo a, rafter on I Ing hum under h' POBTR Make It an- .otiitMi^llidiiiy (to^ yourtieives to ,hav� y^Hj^jihlld.-' ven'!^' piioto'fta^w,;^W4lV0i creail;ig ;ubldinK urVleAsures vforU 906 Thirjl AVf.'% ho-waakandr 'in', Jan. 29.^A^;army, nvo'dicai hoard, will he untabllshed In lOtlmonton to rolleve the congesMbJilii Calgary. The dreatert^^SjSx^feer 3r�ught tp. X^sthbridgc '? � >;"i%c Pan of thn-^ Is..tIjjB, attraction! TlpoaJro,tQday at out (i[ue�tion the n9tf^.'iv which , ftlip ''EniprCHH^ bmo|fowv.ifitivlthv. |(o�r and iiuo^t: Varsity News Edmonton, Jan. 20. A hook on "Nomocracy and the' War," Uy Dr. John F. Coar, professor of German In the University ot Alberta has been published by Putnam'B. Tho  first copies have just reached Alberta. This book ^.s based on addresses delivered by Dr. Coar In the United States and Canada since tho fall of ISl-i. These addresses have been ^'nlarged and brought ijito a loglr '.cal aerlea, dealing with topics such as I'Democratio Efflcfency," ','Tlie Autocracy ot German Nationalism," "Economic Democracy," "Tho Divine Trag-' edy of Civilization," aujl "The Time for Pence."  PrutesKor liroaduf) . and Asslelant (Profes.ior Gordon of tho University have Just completed a te.\t-botok for, college courses in tlio history oT English niloraiure, which Is how.in press and is about to be Issued by'the Ox-' ford University Press. Tho book l�,,'a compiliation of selections of EngiisK proso Irom Bacon to Hardy suppIot monted by brief explanatory andvcriti--cal tntroiluotion.'i, to tlm v'jirious autii-ors and by notes. The titleot the book >I8 to be "English Prose from Dacon to Hardy." '  -vork bolnjf done by the Canadian inllltflrry, hospitals commission, for our roluriidV} Bpldiers; Material on tlilH'saih'otOpIo is being proparocl by.tho division, ri( debating ahd� public dlscuHslon ot the dopartmont of oxtonslon, Inqulrlbs having t,;omo In Booking information touching tills rBubJiJct. , ' ^ ., 1 Ou Tuesday, Janaary -22, Ihe.presii' ilpnt or ihorstudqntB'.Unlon, Mr.-Ji'JJ.; OgilTio. calladvn iiieoting \ nt tho followlitg, executive helug chosen: Hon.. Pxp.sid^nt-;Mr. e.,E. Race, (tho Registrar ot the University), President-Mr. ;c. W. Banks. Vice-president-Miss Susie McLennan, i, � ; , ", , � Secretary-Misaliucillc Taylor. TreasurerT-rMr.' Kenneth (jraig. , Cbmmittfl^Missea Margaret Kob-"Brtson and- Mamio - Simpson* and Messrs. Edward Miller. Sinclair Budd and Sid Bainbridge^ . , \ ConStnbleB-^Messrs. J. D. C. Jla-haffy and G. S. Jarrctt. Threo ot the above studeilts,' nro from, Calgary, .Messrs. BahkSi Jllllei- and Budd, while Mr. Cralg'i^ hopVb isjn Olds and Mr. Mahaffy comes from Rod Deer.  � Tho Dramatic Society of, the University' are preparing to-put on two short pLiys oh February StU In Cou-vbcation Halli The plays, selected are Barrio's "RosnlUid"-and- Arnold Bennett's "liio Step'hioth.er." Interbsti in atliletlcs at the iinivers-lty,'30. taras ilic won'ten students are concerhed,-'l8 cehtered in the progress of the two ya'rslty-baiikotbail teams, lii the' city league.:' La^t year onijc oiia team was entered frp;ii tho university and^tliat team �ph the city chaStpionr ship. This year w-Jtli twd teaitis in the field, �ho Jnteresli^ is ever keener., Thus tar In the feeasdn.^.tho first team has plnye^ :fourygam'oa and lyon them ' all, while thd" BGcOnd team has also played four gajnesV-wlnnwig two of them, \!, ., . N  Tho University y,-M. aiid ,Y. W. entertained :;the noldlersi of the milltarj' hospital and the convalescent homo in Athabasca Hajl pii Thursday evening, January 24th, 1* ' ; The Y.W.CAi.ot the University Hel4 a very interesting nieeting on Tuesday attornootv, Ifan; 22ml, in the ArW building.. Miss ; Jackson of tlie deV^ partmeut ot'nbglect'i^^ and delin'ciuont children addr^ssfed' .those. prpsont and tol^l thorn ot,'.U)e\vork being done aniong'tjio ''teonfago" girls. Thr Qtiihl^e: tiia^ ?boea Not A'fwt Bccaiist), 61 �^llarcle^ II 70 13 ;