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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - February 2, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta Astiniboia Music Co., Ltd. 315 6th Str S. Phone 1545 Ediscn Phonographs. The New Edison and the Amberola. Full range of Records. LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD HOTEL WINDSOR EUROPEAN PLAN , MKAL8 PROM 8.00 A.M. TO 1.00 P.M. IF YOU LIKE GOOD Beef Pork or Mutton. YOU CAN GET THE BEST IN THE LAND HERE DELANYS MEAT CO. Apples. No. 1 B. C. nil In extra fine shape. Wnu-ncr*. Baldwins, Black Twiqs, Newton Pippins. Ontarios. per case ..................... $2.45 No. 2 Nov,? Scotia Ribstons, a little small but ail sound and good cookers. 40 lb. lots Each $1.70 Or lbs. fop..............................25c HrTH ST. OPPOSITE DALLAR HOTEL PHONE AbZ The THE NEW FEBRUARY ISSUE OF Home Journal Will go on Sale Friday, February 1st Price 20c. Telephone and we will deliver to any address. THE KENNY & ALLIN Store NEXT DALLAS HOTEL Ltd. PHONE 1487 No. i Nova Scotia Blenheims, ail in extra fine shape. Good sire. 40 lb. lots. Each ...... $2,25 Or 4 lbs. for............................. 25c Oranges. Extra large > navals. These arc the best value we have. Dozen .....................75c Smaller sizes at......... 40c. 50c. 60c and 65c Florida Grapefruit, each .................... 15c Bananas, per lb........................... 12'/2c Celery, per lb.............................. 15c Ontario Cheese, well matured, has a fine flavor. Pe�* lb................................... 30c Cream Brick Cheese, per lb............... 50c Limburger Cheese, per lb................... 50c Ingersoll Cream Cheese, packets ............ 1oc GOOO VALUES IN VEGETABLES Potatoes, good dry mealy stock, per cwt... $2.75 Turnips, 8 lbs. for.................i........25c Carrots. 6 lbs. for .......................... 2&� Beets. 6 lbs. for ............................ 25c Cabbage. 6 lbs. for ........................ 25c Parsnips. 6 lbs, for....................... 25c Onions. 6 lbs. for.......................,. , , 29c Valencia or Spanish Onions, 3 lbs. for ..... 25c t PURE JAMS, GOOD VALUES, PRICES WILL HIGHER ^ Wagstaffes, K. C. King Beach. Niagara Filll�f Nelson Harvest and Donalco Brands. Price per 4 lb. tin ......................85c up to $1.00 SPECIAL VALUES IN PICKLES, WHITE STAR BRAND Gallon Crocks, sour, each ............... $1.40 Gallon Crocks, Chow, each ................$1.50 Gallon Crocks,'Onions, each ............. $1.50 Gallon Crocks, Sweet, each ... ........... $1.65 SPECIAL VALUES ON RICE Japan Rice, Special per lb.................. 10c Siam Rice, 3 lbs. for ..................... 25c Prices sfre about 25 per cent higher today and will I ft :l_ If* 4 I fi _________i WILL BE ALLOWED LEAVE SERVICE | Icavo of ubstno1 without pay unt:! \ ! their >tirvirt?s arc required as officer*.; Forward Names Deserters I In :nture niiiv.es of absentee's, :uni \ (deserters from the r.K.K. in Uie Unitott j j States will he lorwanled direct by mr- ' jitary district hradquanors to the pro-! j vosi marshal here. The list will he ; ; s*m when 'the men have overstayed; � their leave by IS hours, and military i be still higher. Lay in some now at these price*. REMEMBER, ALL ORDERS TO Bt DELIVERED ON SATURDAYS HAVE TO BE IN BEFORE FIVE OXLOCK. FOR THE CONVENIENCE OF THOSE WHO FIND IT IMPOSSIBLE TO SHOP DURING JHE DAYTIME WE HAVE ARRANGED TO KEEP OUR STORE OPEN SATURDAYS UNTIL NINE O'CLOCK IN THE EVENING. of Deserters . belong, arrangements being subs>- i :imemly math* to forward them to their! � proper di^tr!.eTs. ! . , ,ln vie\J of the urgent requirements j Otran-;>. brb. M11: i ] h oraers. jfor qualified chemists in the service.': sued hy ni;I;;..ry hM-.uiquaruvs here, i instructions have i;une out to com-; contain ; nroced\v'- of men errou- ; tlieir units tlie names of men who have i (ia>' for all grades of cash oats was very good, with spreads of some urs !university training in chentistrv or me eously arresuti d^fa nhers under tlw j ullurgy or who have had practical' ^rav Seriously III. XV, K: Bu� actv hM sou of Police Captain Menard, was | The Wheat Export Company were strm-u oil the sr.vngrh as "erroneous-, seriously injured by the explosion of* taking all wheat of the higher grades i> oiaetro 10 iepn.,. a natva-tar at the Canadian Kx f'osives' and millers were looking for grades Another pajiU'tMph >tate- that ph.--1 Company's plant at Beloil last night numbers 4, r>aml 0 with otferings very sician-, ilenU'st-om the pupils of Pincher ('reck public Mbool. And wv will be open at following hours: the Postoffice Returns Tin* returns of the local postoffice' for January. HMN. show a decrease from the same month of 1017. The total receipts were $5t*.4f>l.lts as again*; 71,6:^77 for last year. Stamp sales totalled $4,701.87 against $4j>85.7::. Money orders issued totalled $27,74."..-17 us against $22.07I>.yo. Afternoon ...... 2 to 4 o'clock t Evening ...... 7 to 9 o'clock The Red Cross Drug Book Phone 555 Methodist Minister Dead' Rev. F. \Y. H. Armstrong, a' former Methodist pastor on the Ixmiond circuit, died at Strathroy, Ont. Mr. Arm-; strong: was transferred to Strathrov at the sitting of the last conference and ; at that timp had only partially recovered from an operation for appemlici- i lis. London, Feb. 1.-"The submarine is held!" Thus in four words Sir Eric Campbell Geddes, first lord of the admiralty, today summed up the results of the first year of" Germany's unrestricted submarine warfare, which began February 1, a year ago. A measure of its failure, he added to the correspondent, was found in the fact that the sinking of merchant ships now had been' reduced to a level lower than before Germany cast aside-all restrictions. ? ? a > ? > a a a a * > a > A -> #> 7# ONTARIO OFFICIAL TO HAVE CHARGE ALBERTA AGRICULTURAL SCHOOL Ouelph. Ve)y. \. - HunRlcl Douglas, for tin*' hist in years farm superintendent nl the Ontario Agricultural college, has tendered his resignation to take effect March 1, It is the intention m\ Mr. Douglas to take charge of� one of the school farms owned by the Alberta government at Ciaresholm. v v v > > a Calgary honnpiel hisr night and in playiuK off whh Saddin^i.on today. He won in ihe semi-finals in this eon-(est. from Poile of High River. j AIrd also won from Andrew in the ;VlcKillop corneal., and from Began in il;e Hrev.'ery conical. J iiolh Airrl an/1 Shepherd were heaien j in the Purity Flour contest. Aird nan not yet played the final in the. Kohin 1 lood. Qualify Civility REAR STAFFORD BLOCK LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA Grip Follows The Snow J.AXAT/VK J3ROMO QCl^INK Tah-(etH taken in time will Prevent Grip. \ 1 chief of artillery of ihe expeditionary! R. XV. GROVE'S signature on hox. 30c forces. Xo reply lias heen received as Superior Supply 2nC Ave. 5. and 13th Strttt MINING. BUILDING t RAILWAY SUPPLIES A EQUIPMENT TUDHOPE ANDERSON AND EMERSON FARM IMPLEMENTS GANG PLOWS SULKIES FORD TRACTOR ATTACH- BUGGIES MENTS. TRAILliHC CULTIVATORS BINDrft ENGINE*. PHONE 1736-TAKE A BLUE LINE CAR AT THE SANITARY SHOP r WESTBROOK BROS. Opposite Bank of Montreal yet from Gimeral Pershing. This! means that On. Bliss will stay Kui'opp. m v. FAMILY PORTRAITURE Make it an annual duty to yourselves to have your children's jihoto taken. Von will he oreat ing abiding pleasures for your later years. Smith's Studio 006 Third Ave. S. P||one 1471 ANNOUNCEMENTS j , The young ladies* sodality of St. ! Patrick's clmr v.isitin^ to proeme ii new Viano will he imereiited iu the way j Charles Broadway SwVt of Xev.' YorH. J undertake** t.o hrlp the Ladiea' Aid jir.j-ctire one. Scf ri at. the United church in the play die "(hisy Ladies' Aid." | . 45-1 ! The Ladies society (o the II. of L. 1 I\ ami L'. are tuddinK Uictr third seriea [dance in the k. of P. hall on Tuesday, Kch. .". fa irons nut receiving ;n-. vitationa phone JS8-. � � � j HAYFQR SALE CARLOADS OR LESS TIMOTHY, UPLAND, AL'FAL-FA, MIXED TIMOTHY AND ALFALFA AND STRAW' All phone orders given personal attention. ARLOW'S Ej^^T m m   Z ARK E T 1110 SIXTH AVE SOUTH. PHONE 796 Orders delivered to any pa>t of the city. Service Satisfaction r 4 CAREFUL ATTENTION ALL ORDERS. . PROMPT SHIPMENT TO WRITE OR WIRE US FOR PRICES. Saunders Hay & Grain Co. 1221 2nd Avenue South Telephone 732 we specialize in office equipment Typewriters-Bought, Sold, Rented and Repaired. All makes. Check Writers, Envelope Sealers, Stamp Affixers, Adding Machines. Office. Desks, Typewriter Desks, Vertical Filing Cabinets, Transfer Cases and Boxes. Legal Forms, Loose Leaf. Systems, Counter Check Books and Blank Books of all kinds, A FULL LINE OF OFFICE STATIONERY. EVERALL & FRANKS SINNOTT BLOCK, COR. FOURTH AVE. & FIFTH ST. 6. PHONE 111)7 ;