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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 1, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta FmOAY, FEBKUARY 1, 1918 THE LETHBHIDGE DAILY HERALD PAGE Fl SCENES OF HALIFAX SATURDAY'S GROCERY SPECrALS^ Limited Number Cnses Jonathan Apples. �* Qft Snturday, case ........................ l�Ow Special Value, Loose Hudaoiia Tea. fllti* Saturday. 2 Ibo......................... OJl. 10 lbs. Granulated Suear. 1 1 A Saturday, 10 Ibi....................... 1�I.w Scott's Midlothian Infant Food. Reaular 30c. 1 C ^ Saturday............................. loC King Beach Gooseberry Jam (4 lb. palls) 'CA^ Reaular 90c. Saturday .................. Ovt Squirrel >Brand Peanut Butter. Regular 40c. OC^ Saturday.............................. sIsIC Pcnrdy's Pearl White Soap. Regular 3 for 25c. OC Saturday, 4 for.........................toOC Malkln's Beat Coffee. Reflular 50c. Atii� Saturday, lb............................ tcwv Hand Picked Ivory-Navy Beans. Regular 15c lb. Saturday, 2 lbs...................... falC Queen Ann Cherries. Rpgular 25c. Saturday, 3 tins..................----^ 55c Deliveries Every Hour iBl95if Hudson's Baj Phone 313 A HOUSE WRECKED TWO MILES FROM THE SCENE OF THE EXPLOSION. Will Suppress Disturbances Amsterdam, Kob.'J.-Tlio conimknrt-oi?�*lfifchiet of BrUndbnburg proylnco, wrhJch-ineludea Berlli\, "has Issued a �wBfning to the population against disturbances, which he announce.s suppressed, according to'a . apml-offl-clal statement from Berlin today. London, Fob. 1.-A three day.s' strike has been declared In Municli, accovd-ing to a Central News despatch Jvoiu ..' Amsterdam today. In Berlin, the despatch nikls, the Orensteln and Koppel I^oconiotlve Works employees' have (^joined tjie strike movement. Abuse* S(trikers ' iUnslerdam, Feb. 1.-The Kreuz Zel-tung of Berlin prints an abnsive article regarding the' strikers wild, it says, are behavliis asthough on a-holi- day. Oreat numbers of them, ftccord-Ing to this newspaper,'gather at ICemp-Inskl'H, a famous Berlin restaurant, and it i^^tUis olass of which the strikers form a part that makes up a (large proportion of the patrons of the opera, the most,frivolous theatres, the wine shops, raoving picture houses, and dance arfd music linlls., REPULSE HUNS London,, Fob. 1,-"A raid attempted by the enemy* lust nigUt west of Ar-leux-Krt-Gohelle was successfully repulsed," says today's war office stato-^ nient. "Wo tiaiitured a tew prisoners.* Tlie'hostile artillery'showed some activity during the night in the noigli-borhood of- Gouzeacourt and Lens." CO-^HASASSIGIO Dominion Permanent of Tor-onto. After 28 Yiears, Closes ' Doors Edmonton, I'rh. 1.--After slrlvins for two and one hair hoiirs ihis morning to come to an amicable Hottle-ment regarding the appoinlnient~ot H. G. IJavidson tn Ihe |>osltlou of tlrn chief, the spccinl (�Dinniulco represent-j ing the city and ilio men. [ailed to come to an agrconiont and tho men arc | now on strike. They object to a man being Imported to fill the vacancy, claiming the appninlm.:!nl .�should he made from the nmlcs. Six new men have been "Sworn In at two of the fire halls and the now chief is in charge. WAS HIS DOUBLE Toronto, Feb. 1.-After throe weeks in Toronto jail, following as many remands In liSlke court, because he really knew ^-ho he was and refused to acknowledge that he was some one else. Paul Payette, a young soldier whom the police accused of being A. Savard, was ye.storday honorably ac-aultted on a charge of desertion. Savard, the real deserter, still at liberty, I has tatoo marks, a birth, mark, a dog 1)lie -and otKer  diatlnguiiihing marks on,'Ills body.' So has Payette., And both^men are of like size and general appearance. Velio, linirersally hailed na Chaunccy Olcntt's rightful Ruccesaor as Amer* lea's repri'scntalive singer of Irlsli .Koiife's. Hill appear in the principal roU'. ably supported by a largo mot� that ' the same stale oC nttnirs exists at'tho i hond ol the lakes. ' Toronto, Feb. l.-^^o serious has the coal situation asH_nftects the military authorities in the Toronto military district 'feocomo that they may soon have to .commandeer coal supplies if the'cars which are slated for the Toronto garrison do not arrive. The normal consumption for the Toronto gar-Mson is about 75; tons daily. TJiere is only, nboutVhre"e days' supply at tho exhibition camp and nothing Im-niediato in slghj; to relievo the situation. 1 -, Tii�r� Ave 82 curs' tied up at Uorden ana'aUty nlouK th4 line all loadea wUhKQOdp.vtQr tho MARY PICKFORD in Starting Monday Nex^ 87 B//B 34 00 43 65897? 2807812581 6025 ;