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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 6, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta MO.IUKIIMIR PIANOf KDISON ASS1NIBOIA MUSIC CO., LTD. "Everything III Street South Phone DAILY mm M mm co Phone 1448 Fifth Aven'Jt A Kidney Remedy That Will Help You it you are suffering >vufc Kidney the to do sonK- tMng Is now. Don! wait tor ihe coalition to set wcrse. Stan tafc PeruUr, Buchu and Compound. rel'ot hns fceeu EC. successtul in other cases, ttat you can expect improvemeut la a very short limy. Sold in two sizes, SOc and THE KENNY ALLIN CO., Ltd. Store NEXT rtALLAS HOTEl MODEL BAKERY PHONE 1175 AND HAVE THE DRIVER CALL. N. J. SCHWEITZER Number 5-1743 IT PAYS OU TO PAY CASH AND CONCENTRATE BUYING A srtat many people and arc still proving thi i every 8y disposing cf our itopp'ng the credit buslnssj w? have oreatlv reduc 1 our overhead expenses. This saving we have de- ducted front tt.-e price of the goods and people Iro all directions as far'as 100 miles and more aro taking cf cur very lew prices. Here are J s! a few of the prices. 4 Ib. 685- WAGSTAFFE'S BLACK CURRANT JAM tins, pr'cs eich UNFITTED EVAPORATED APRICOTS, 10 Ib. per box No. 1 ROHAN APPLES, per else 52.70 extra fine white dry mealy ones, per 100 Ib. sack CABSAGE, good solid winter stocV, per 100 Ib. sack 51.75 ONIONS, per 100 Ib. sack 52.90 FULL LIST OF PRICES, GET OUR LATEST CATALOGUE, Food Baard License No. 8-593 CO., LTD. TWO STORES Like the Healing Breath of {he Pines, CAM ART, Frt. A. G. Mc- Kay, proTincial minister of pabllo health, adlressed the morains ses- sion of the Alberta Association of Local Improvement Districts and Rural Municipalities convention here The Revenues Have Been Extra- ordinarily Heavy for Ihe V.V.'. Past Year i ___ 1 WINNIPEG, Keb. closed 3-Sc lower for May ani o-lc lower ior July. Barley closed l-2c lower for May aud l-2c lower for July. Flax closed I-5c higher for May. Winnipeg Markets Close. May CW f'Ki July Mfi tolsv and lie Selails cf tie! OTTAWA. Feb. 6.-Financial opera-' OATS urozram to ba carried out la respect lions ot the Dominion >W" Cash Prices ion government for prozram to ba carre ou a respec Xo 61% to municipal hospital scheme and the year will show the largest surplus Eljra Xo x fcca medical inspection in schools. He of the irar period for reduction of war So l ;sij saia that lie scheme nil! embrace the expenditure. Revenues have besn In districts i extraoriinarilr heavy. For the ten x0. 3 nd {M j erection of hospitals In districts i extraoriinarilr heavy. For the .._ ihrougnoui the province and he "dls- moaths of the flscal year ending Jan. ted an coara-ed the Uea o! small lo-ns ani 31. curren: revenues were over arranging for the construe- higher than in the correspond- tion'ot nursing institniions. ing period of Ihe-previous fiscal year. No. 3 xo. 2 tec-a.. No. 1C.W... Xo_ j xwc ....590 N 2 cw ,93 No. 3 taxes in the community to properly pjaintain the place ana consecmently whFnerer any person .in the lawn or fliitrict takes sick, they aK taSen to tie city wteie they can oe pten Ireatraent ivar S6S.5SO. eipendittirw. less war, Current rerennf, 1 National Boartf of Trade Though little publicity ueins 'given to the enterprise as yet, iWtT! arc moving steadily fonvard towaru- tae cstaDlishment pt a national of trade in Canada along the j of-the national chamber of commerce iof the United-Stales. This was -the CITY AND DISTRICT Lieut. Bain 111 I.ieut. Bain, Creek, is re- poi-ttO in the casualty lists as being ill. Soothes Irritited Bronchial Conditions and Promptly Relieves COUGHS, HOARSENESS And. other altectlons o[ the combination with Euc.ilyntal. and other valuable rem- edial agents. 'Contains no opiates. 'Prices 2Sc and 50c RED CROSS DRUG BOOK CO., LTD. Sherlock Bldg. Ulhfcrldge Rhoncs Si. AujustEn's Church Tho annual congresationnl meeting 'Till bo held tomorrow eve- ning in the parish hall at S o'ctocX. Miners' The date of the opening ol tho miners' convention Is February 17, not February 11. as stated in The Herald yesterday. 81 3 C 3 O 3 s CAMOUFLAGE TURNIPS AND CAHROTS The "camouflage" is an attrac- way to serve these "old- fashioned" winter vegetables to- gether. Vast well, scraps and cut Into balls with a Vegetable Heoop. Boll oath vegetable, in u se.Hraifi n cr. then drain them carefully. Have Iu a larger Bauco Fail a little stock ot Iralter and eome minccil yareley, jml in tho tut- nips and carrots together, seas- on with salt anil pepper, shake them about until they hare had i a chance to beat through, llrowu slightly'If Servo very liot. Mme. Kambeau. SAUCE PANS In enamelled, agate, glass or variety ot shapo and size 16 choose from In our large assortment. H-- I rr Horr.c Alex, nanaerman, ot the 3lst UeEi- ment, nud John Gardner, who enlist- ed with the reachetl home, this week. BUSINESS FHOfiES 1919, 1212 1920 Personal Mention J. V. Card, of Cards ton. is a bust IKES visitor in the city. Charles for- tin, o[ Pincher Creek, is in the city today. Serious Consfderation A letter has been receivetl by the board of trade slating' that Premier turns! Stewart will seriously consider the resolution of ihe board respecting mothers' pensions legislation, To Go East President 3famoch of the Ooanl of Trade is leaving almost at once for the east oa various matters connect- ed willr work the hoard has under way. He will visit WlnnlyoK. Ottawa' and other ciiiesN and expects to have some idtercstiiis things to say to the members of the board and also to ihe farmers, of the-dlslricL when lie re- less war, 5174.- report of President Marnoch at Tnurs- day's luncheon. Quiet meetings are over being held, and on his trip east in the Frank Evans and John King, ot Port Dover, wete badly scorched and pg ot currenl revenue a hotse was'singea almost wari lew days he especU to do a they. were, driving broke 449 missionary work in the campaign. Mr. gas main and the gas" lire from ihe fire bbi. For Tomorrow FISH PKE, HERRING, SMELTS, SKATE. Ali Orders Delivered. VANCOUVER FISH MARKET, Coildale Block Phono 343 food Control Ucsnse Applied For. War expenditures during the ten JIarnoch feels quite encouraied orer months not included in ihe JboTe results so far attained. tolais, amonnted to Up i-------------- to the present, therefore, the surplus A Record-Breaker available for reduction ot this war ex- Meteorological figures compiled at pcniliture on capital account amounts the experimental station Ebow that to approimately 30 per cent, of Iho January, 1315. was a, record-breaker amount spent on the war during the so, (ar as temperature was concerned, same period, the largest surplus and Too mean temperature for the month the larcest percentage of war espen- was 3J.5 degrees or degrees above diture of any war year. Pensions ani freezing. Supt FairfieM considers interest on loans are included in the this remarkable, and" comparison witb current expenditure. the mean temperatures for January The various sources from which the during the lime Lethbridge records revenues for the 15 months have been have been tept reveals nothing ap- derrfed, are: Customs, Excise. Posloflice. ilC.GOO.OOO. Public vrorta, fa eluding railways and canals, Miscellaneous, Total'current revenue, For the month of, January alone total current revenue was as compared with 5I7.SS13S4 in Jan- pro aching it, January, 1916, was great contrast In that month the mean temperature was 8 'below aero. Bern To Mr. and Mrs. liam Allardicc, Jr., 319 7th Ave. A. S.. on February Gth, o son. Eorn Mr. and Mrs. Zant uary, 191E. The total net debt now Qivsley, of Darons, at the Convales- Elands at an Increase Home, Lelhbrioge, on January 0. a daughter. during January o! Died the V. M. C. A. carly Crocuses began blooming in Van- couver BK-dcnj last west; as the re- sult, ot the mild winder that has pre-'thls morning. Alfred Valentine Gii) vailed there, as elsewhere in Ihe bohs, P.grAi 53 years and eleven weai. Ttil5 is tV-OUght lo be a nea- monlbs. Body was removed to Fet- I rfccord for earlj blooming of these terly's parlors, and funeral notice flowers on tha mainland. {will appear in tomorrow's paper. The average smoker (of either sex) knows what a difEjcult matter it lo traces of even, a modes', indul- gence in a" flifiation witli Lady Nicoliao." HrGlrlBOTHAM'S CARBOLIC TOOTH POWDER rctno'vcs air-traces and leaves a refreshing taste in the mouth. Hardens the'jams and clpanrcs and preserves the teeth.' IN SPRINKLE TOP CANS 25c Limiled "Alberta's Pioneer ana Express Rates There will be a-meeting of the wholesalers and retailers ol tho Board of Trade on Friday morning at 10 o'clock lo discuss the mailer o'f the proposed increase in express ratos. ARE EASY ON IHE Water Supplies A bulletin dealing with water sup- plies on farms. Issued by the U. S. department ot agriculture, has been1 received by the toard' of trade, and copies may be obtained there. Some very useful information is contained therein. "Boston Kid" Fined "The who has tecome somewhat of a notorious character about town recently, u'as' fined anil coste in police court on a charge of vagrancy. Druss were Hie cause o' his downtall. QUEBEC, under the Military Service Act are flocking to the police court here to pay their fine and be let off with their, full rights as of Canada. the af- ternoon ittslbn.ef jlhe court over 103 absentee i brought their pastors appeared and were fined about .35 Jet go. .'Rev. Father Lessor, of Porte Rouge, came tn piloting over 60 cietertersr while Father Guay, of Port Neuf, escorted about half a hundred ab- sentees, Burned 'Car Bi Tho f3re brigada had' Ihii raorn'ng at to StaflordviElQ where the garage belonging lo O. Bertie was burned to the ground. A Mclaughlin ciir In.tha garage wag also consumed. Tbe ll'ss Is placed nl J30W. Tlie origin of the fire is a mystery. i Are on Suspicion Til o A. P. P. refuse to make any statement with regard to the two teen UTidor arrest here and thought (o by wanted for a crime 111 Out. The only Eta'.ement Inspector TLlundy make lo The Herald was that two men were nncter arrest, but idca- liHcaUcn was being NO BEER, NO WORK NEWARK; N. J.r Feb. "no beer, no slogan was an- nounced today by representatives of building trades workers, who condemned national prohibi- tion and voted to ssk the Essex Trades Council, comprlsng many thousands of union men In New- ark and Its vicinity, to start a movement for. a strike throughout thi state when the tempor- ary war Ume prohibition law will be effective, Th; delegates-favor- ed the manufacture and sale of light wines and beer. Many matters Trill come before Ilia Board of Railway Cow miss lo'hcra rm their sitting here on Feb. 2ltli, Tho matter was reterred to today's meeting.of the. Board or'.Trade, and CfiDlriiiiu" Harry Clarke of th? .railway and tra'nsrvortatlpu committee was "placed in charge ol the work of pre- paring Hie cases. It is the Intention of IhoAboard to real the servicp. on. the; ,Cards- lon and Foremost.lines.on ence of residents along theEB lines who will no doubl be he're'Ibr Uie ing. A couple of express rates .matters are also expected to cotno up. ''Thq fruit wholesalers aro prepirlng a case showing the serlouE effect-tha lncrtas{ ed eipress on the small trulls business, 'and it would Increfise ihe Hrfng-very the prairies. It Is un- derstood Also lhai thofo'jnteresled.In, cream shipments iril] tlie" Innreaae In'> :iitea. aro being prepared show that the increased rates.tb'Canada, as corfpareil oron with the increased ex- press rates In the StnteBj.arai.about" fiiree limes as high., creameries which depend for their cream" supplies express shipments vill1 snflcr. con- siderahlv. II Is held that Ihe new rales will increase.the two or three ccnla .over what, H would be if the U. S. exn'nasg ratep. on jcream -were in ft- Ecrfoua matter in this dislrlft -where largo shlpnicpls of CTMm are made. The Highest in QUALITY But Not in PRICE R. COULTRY .Phone 492 The Alberta Meat Market Canada Food Board Lteoass .Number WANTED Good Sond Wtilte Potatoes Immediate Delivery. F. O. HYDE AND CO. Phone Lethbrfdge BOOKS Vfhen ymi want a good book for yourself or a friend you will find what you want In our stock, j TOY BOOKS AND STORY BOOKS FOR BOYS AND GIRLS. ROBERTSON'S BOOK STORE! PHONE 1265, LETHBRIDGE HOTEL BLOCK ANNOUNCEMENT Use Xorth Pole Anil Freeze, sold by K. A. Sharman Co. The Metropolitan Insurance Co. Iiafe removed to Rooms Sher- iloclc Building. I The Boy Scouts ot Kiox church are [collecting oldifagii, rubber, iron, hot- lilies and socks, and f! there Is any person who would like to give any of i the above, kindly phono 507 or j Xorth Pole AntlTrceze, for your radiator. tho best 47-2 "Jlock-a-bye Your- Haby With a Dixie Is a pretty darhy lullaby which Is sting most etfectlvely by Ver- ,non Dalhart. Kecord N'o. 18312. On sate ot the Willis Piano Store, 707 Tlilnl Ave. OPEN TONIGHT AdulU.................... 25; Children................ Chinese in Toils In the city police court this morn- ing tlie Chinese colony who found themselves in llie tolls SR a remit uf a Ian tan proclivity, came before Magistrate IrwJti. Two of the Celes- Lee Tuck and Lee Wall, pleaded Kulity to being tlie keepers of Iho gambling hmr-e ani were fined 810 r.r.d costs. The rumatr.tler were let off a stiff WILL PAY VOO TOP PR1CE3 FOR YOUR FURS Hides, Peltj, Etc. LETHBRIDGE HIDE. PELT t FOR CO., LTD. Real- C.P.H. Tcleerara Office! Cor. 4lh Are. and Gtb Street S Phonetl Office 799; Ret. 325 Reference' Uank YOU WILL NEED GOOD H AY! and OATS for your spring work. Ott sun- ply now. We have a limited guanllly of the BEST TIMOTHY HAY AND EXTRA No. I FEED OATS Carload lota and leu. rrkcs on application. SAUNDERSHAYAND GRAIN CO. 1221 2ND AVE. S. PHONE 732 LETHBRIDGE, ALTA, A (iancc will .bo held.In Iliu K. of hall Friday evening, February 7. Smith's Sait Band from High In ellenJance. liancing from S lo 2, Admission, Extra lady, BOc. 1S-1 FURS We tuiy them! And wlial's more, pay the price. Dominion Fur Co. Dcnlirs in Hides and PclU. Sack ol MeKlllop's Store Sixth Street S, Phones: Office 1955; Rei, Colds Cause Grip and Influenza LAXATIVE BHOMO QUININE Tab- lets remove Ihe causa. There Is naly one "Hromo Quinine.' K. W. GROVB'S signalure on ihe bor. 30c. THE SANITARY BARBERSHOP West brook Bros UppoiMa Banl: of Montreal FARMERt! Kindly lake notice that trio following prices.are In effect for cream from February Ctii until further No. 1 Cream, 50c per Ib. Butter Fit Government Gride Table Cream.' No. Z Sweet Cream, 4Bc per Ib. Butter Fat, Government Grade-Special Ora'i.e. 1 Sour Cream, 44c per Ib, Butter Fat, Government Grade, Flrtt Grade, No. 2 Sour Cream, 42c per Ib. Butter Fat, Government Grade, Sewnd Grade, V. CRYSTAL DAIRY, Limited Phone 1576 Join the LIBRARY EXCHANGE at EVERALL A FRANKS aouTriAnn BLOCK Third Avenue South BULLS i FOR SALE El'gf.t head >f built, 3 Scotch bred, triclnj to Sultari, and the others of good breeding. Am also offering for 'MJe my 30 months-old herd bull, "Selection No. 12189B, a of Avonifale, ana a real herd hekder, LYNDALE STOCK FARM, BEN S. PAWSON V COALBAT.B. AtBBRTA It is Easier to say Quaker Bread Please THAN TO BAKE'-AND THE FAMILY, INCLUDING THE BREAD BAKER, BE PLEASED. JOHN GILMORE, LIMITED, BAKERS EVERALL FRANKS FOB Of lice Stationery mi Supplies 1'IIINTIMO, TAPEU WiUNO AND BOOK Books orfd Magazines nc'Uound. SOUTHARD BLOCK THIRD AVENUE SOUTH ;