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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - February 7, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta Assiniboia Music Co., Ltd. 3)5 6th Str S. Phone Edison Phonographs. Thj New Edison Mho Amberoln. Full range of Records LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD hotel Windsor EUROPEAN PLAN MEALS FROM 6.00 A.M. TO 8.00 P.M. xBaaacmamwm A shipment 01 all kinds of Fresh and Smoked Hsb came today for tomorrow^ delivery. DELANYS MEAT CO, ' OPPOSITE DALLAS HOTEL PHONE 4:".: " H S' Week-End Specials nc.r dozen ,...........'...... *5c put tip in sealed cartons. Spscial J New Meihojdist Hymnals We have cover to the complete r-ssc np leather, piln tmcrt of t;*ese i sewn, i.ndia pap; rem the low price cloth r book. * THE KEiNNY & ALLIN CO., Ltd. *r&nA&r* Store NEXT DALLAS HOTEL PHONE 14S7 New Laid Eggs. Siookfield Eggs per dozen............................� . 55c A Fresh Shipment of Celery. Cauliflower ,-,nd Henci Lettuce expected in tomorrow. Lowest market prices. Apples. Good cooking. Special 5 lbs. for......25c Apples, Finest B. C. Wagners. Yellow Ncwtons. Black Twigs. Or.tarios, ate. All No. l's. per case .....*.............................. S2.-I5 No. 1 Delicious, per case ................. $2.75 Oranges, extra large size. Special vallie, per dozen................................h . 75c Soap. Lennox Brand laundry. This is an exceptional good soap and at today's cost we would have to sell it at 4 cakes for 25c. For a short time our price will be 5 cakes for..... *..........25n cattle and 2-."7e hogs. Good cattle were steady; buyers paying no attention l.o medium and common stuff. Stucker.s and feeders dull. _ Hes; butcher steers $7.00 to %YiSW, heifers $7.t�> to ^lu.rai; cows |!..1u to ?�!..In; bulls $.1.^:1 to $S.7t1; oxen to $S.7.". .Sheep $|3.r>n to $14,011. Hogs, selects $!S.^:1; heavies $l".,1ti to i\ i.r>ir. sows %Yl.w to ?i:i.ti(i; light $i:'...'ei to .?I."i.fMi. Soft and Lustrous If it tends to be harsh, df-y or brittle-if it falls out or is full of dandruff-you can easily overcome Hie difficulty b\ simple 4ionie treatment. To keep >'">!' i'11'1' ;lntt scalp clean nntl healthy shampoo om-e a, \ve�&Co � " Limited � ______Ston* Alberta's Fijnee'r DruogUti" Wholesale and Retail'Chemlit*. TELEPHONE No. 322 Retailers' Convention The dates have practically been set for the holding of the convention of the retail merchants of the province in Kdmontnn on February ^'Otli anil Jlst when a provincial branch of tUe Ii.M. A. will be organized. Quarterly Boani*to Mast There wilLJie a meeting of the quarterly official board of the I'nited church at the parsonage tomorrow (Friday) evening. Feb. Sth, at eight o'clock sharp. The elders, stewards and heads of all departments of the church arc expected to attend. Purchases Land The demand for land in this south country continues active, further sales h.iVing been made in tlie Raymond district. Air. Del-OS Lund lately purchased from the Lethbridge branch of the Standard Trusts company the north half of 1C-4-20 at $17.0u per acre. Short Course School The short course school of agriculture is being held in Raymond today and Friday. Supt. Galbraith and party went throughv the city yesterday on their way south. Besides the superintendent there were .las. AlcCaig, W. J. Stephen, W. H. Fairfield^ A. S. Blackwood and Hugh Mcintosh. MUST HAVE APPROVAL ! New York. Feb. 7.-Approval of the i federal reserve board will now be ,re- ! quired for issues of securities here- j after to be listed on the New York i stock exchange. 1 - V , You'll be Pleased AT THE SANITARY SHOP WESTBROOK BROS. Opposite Bank of Montreal Superior Supply Co. 2nd Ave. S. and 13th Street MINING. BUILDING & RAILWAY SUPPLIES i EQUIPMENT .Tt-'DHOPE ANDERSON AND EMERSON FARM IMPLEMENTS GANG PLOWS SULKIES FORD TRACTOR ATTACH- BUGGIES MENTS. DEMOCRATS AUTO TRAILERS CULTIVATORS BI.'JOrR ENGI.'JEle PHONE 1725-TAKE A BLUE LINE CAR FAMILY PORTRAITURE Alake it an annual duty to yoni'sclvDB to have your children's photo taken. You will )>e creating abiding pleasures {or your later years. Smith's Studio 906 Third Ave. S. Phone 1471 MARKET FOR HIDES " HAS TAKEN A SLUMP Prices Drop But Will Net Have An ' Effect on the Price of Shoes Something ha.- happened In tlie hide' market. Within the past, two or throe weeks the price hi,.; slumped on the Chicago market from 21 cents a pound to S cents and ttreen hides are just now a drug on the market. Just what' is the cause o!' the slump no one m  Lethbridge seem:; to know unless it is j that, the c. h. la-mors are trying to make the government take over their tanneries. The slump, however, has hit, those who have hides to sell. The hide of a cow which month ago would bring round $2li is new worth only about fivu or six dollars locally. "The slump v. ill not. affect the price of shoes lor a year anyway, even if the price of hid--.- stays down," was tlie opinion exyri-s.-ed by W. .1. Nelnon as to the effect {in the shoe business. The only thing the slump does is to make it a hard matter to know how-to buy .shoe sloes. Funeral Mrs. Dalzell The funeral of the kite Airs. Violet A. Dalzell took place on Wednesday afternoon. Feb. llth. The services, which were largely attended, were held in the I.O.O.F. hall and wore conducted by Rev. Burns of Knox church. The Rebekah funeral services at, the. grave were conducted by the officers oi Dominion Rekegah Lodge, of which the deceased was an active member. The many floral Irinbtes were very beautiful which bespeaks the esteem in which the deceased was held. The following are a list, of the. floral tributes: Wreaths. Air. Wm. MrtKinty, Air. and .Mrs. A. ti. AlcKwart, Air. and Airs. A. N'iven, Dominion Rebekah Lodge No. 1i; sprays, Mr. ami Mrs. II. C. Graham, Air. anil .Mrs. A. Wood, Airs. That the floor space am! lijisiness tax proposed by the (iy council, permission to impose which is now being asked from the provincial legislature, will bring in revenue amounting to about two mills on the city's- taxes where formerly very-little revenue was received, was the opinion expressed by Mayor Hardie to the Herald this morning in discussing the various plans for the reduction of the tax rate. Mutt Reduce Tax Rate The mayor is very determined that the tax rate shall be reduced to at least '17, mills and Is putting forth every effort to bring this about, lie is rather disappointed that the people do not take kindly to his/ appeal for an electric light rate Increase, but a reduction must be brought about in some way. . . � "We are going to ' reduce every where we can see a chance." he said to the Herald. /'I don't think you wiii see the city looking so much like a park this summer. We will very likely have to increase the wtiter rates, no matter what the people say. The cost of alum for the new filter plant, at present prices, will be about $(i,(W0 a year, and we have to meet that. There are various other ways of reducing expenses and increasing revenue from other sources which will have to be used to cut the tax rate." His Worship is nojie too sanguine over the payment of taxes in the tax sale but .still he hopes to put the oity In much better condition as a result of it. The ability of the people to pay Is what is worrying him. In Saskatchewan Some figures from the Financial Post just to hand show the ability ..-f the people of the city of Saskatoon to pay their taxes and If Lethbridge can do as well, the commissioner of finance will rest easier. Here they arc: A NNOUNCEMENTS Letbbridge Lodge .No. an. A.F. and A.M.. will meet this evening at eight o'clock in the Masonic Hall. Third degree. Visiting brethren welcome. Ladies come and learn about the latest New York fashions as told by Piretta Porkitifr in the play the "Utis.v Ladies' Aid" given at the I'tiilcd church. I!i-1 The ladies' aid of SI. 1'alrickV. church will hold a social evening in the Conservatory of Alusic hall on Monday evening. Fell. lith. Cards will commence promptly at S.;'.o. CARD OF THANKS Dominion Rebekah Lodge No. II. I. O.O.F. wish to extend their sincere* thanks and appreciation to all the members and friends who sent flowers, all the brothers and friends wtwi kindly loaned* their automobiles and all others who assisted in the funeral of our late Sister .Mrs. Violet A. Dalzell. I"-I\ Only One "BROMO QUININE" To get the genuine, call for full name I.AXATIVF. RROAIO QUININR Look for signalure of K. W. GROVE. Curos a Cold in One Day. 30c. ' Levied . . Collected...... Per cent, paid during ye,# of levy Per cent, of arrears paid during yerif........ Per cent of current taxes paid . . Tuxes outstanding. ]!�14 .$i,-J0t;;:!7:' . RI'.!.i,7iiC -J.l'io 4� 1017 ">n2ti,-io:i :i'oii-i.c.::7 11!)' r>s.i% $714,!lfi7 FOR SALE - JUTE SACKS / Grain and Potato  Car arriving I his week. I\ O. HYDE & CO. Phone 1244 Lethbridge Last year ............ u!l^,5Kl! '!* ? Increase of 1\> per cent. *> % * : ? * ; : ? > * <��  HAYF0R SALE V. CARLOADS OR LESS TIMOTHY, UPLAND, ALFALFA,. MIXED TIMOTHY AND ALFALFA AND STRAW. CAREFUL ATTENTION TO ALL ORDERS. PROMPT SHIPMENT WRITE OR WIRE US FOR . PRICES. Saunders Hay & Grain Co. 1221 2nd Avenue South Telephone 732 l-J. and Air. G. Chiswick, Air. ami Airs. ('�. Goldio, Air. and Mrs. W. Twaddle, Air. nntl Airs. II. C. Corry, Mr and Airs. ,l. Mcintosh, Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Gor-den, Girls of Simpson's store, Simpson (Jo., Limited, Airs. Scbaei anil .Miss L. Thomson: cross, Employees of the Hudson's Bay Co. Tlie. deceased was the youngest daughter of the late Air. and JMi's. Hugh, a prominent, merchant of Derry, Ireland, and leaves to mourn her loss, one sou, Cscil, of nine years ,and two 'sister"?. Mrs. G.-II. Oarlelou, of Lame, Ireland, and Mrs. W. King, of yStrabane, Ireland, and one brother, Albert Holmes of llel-fast, Ireland. The deceased was laid to rest in the Oddfellows' plpt in tnu public cemetery. Maybe You'll Find It Here! STATIONERY WRITING PADS, FOOLSCAP PADS, LEGAL PADS, SCRIBBLING PADS, NOTE PAPER, Boxed or in bulk. INITIAL STATIONERY, ENVELOPES. OFFICE SUPPLIES STENOGRAPHER'S NOTE BOOKS, FILES. WASTE PAPER BASKETS, Wire or Wicker. CARBON PAPER, TYPEWRITER PAPER, SECOND SHEETS, TRACING PAPER, DRAWING SETS, DIXON'S DRAWING PENCILS, . ADDING MACHINE ROt.LS. . BOOKS STANDARD WORKS, POPULAR FICTION, NON FICTION REPRINTS, PAPER BACK NOVELS, OXFORD BIDLB0, PRAYER AND PRAI8E, KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS PRAYER BOOK8, ETC., ETC. The Twentieth Century "Everybody's Book Shop"' 514 4th Avenue Phone 613 WE SPECIALIZE IN OFFICE EQUIPMENT Typewriters-Bought, Sold, Rented and Repaired. All make*.* Check Writer*, Envelope Sealers, Stamp Affixers, Adding Machines. Office Desks, Typewriter Desks, Vertical Filing Cabinets, Transfer Cases and Boxes. Legal Forma, 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. S. PHONE 11P? 28034668 ;