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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 7, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta Assiniboia Music Co., Ltd. ^'3J5 ethdtr S, . Phone 1E4S ; Editon Phonosraphs. The New Edison nnd \the Amberolii. Full ranae of Records. FISH A shipment of all kinds of Fresh aiid Smoked Fish came today for tomorrow's delivery. DELANYS MEAT CO, riFTH ST. s. OPPOSITE DALLAS HOTEL phone 452 New Methojdist Hymnals We have a complete assortment of thepe from the low price cloth cover to the limp leather, silk oewn, india paper book. * THE KENNY & ALLIN CO., Ltd. ITho^z^ Store DALLAS PHONE 1487 mOES COON PROTESI PLEBISCITE Say Hours of Voting Such That Laboring Jlen Could Not Vole New Laid Eggs, nor dostn |............r-tSc BrooUfield Eggs, put up in sealed c.-irtons, Special per dozen ....____..................".. 65c A Fresh Shipment of Celery, Cauliflower and Head Lettuce expected in tomorrow. Lowest market prices. Apples. Good cooking, SpeclAl 5 lbs. for......25c Apples. Finest B. C. Wagners, Yellow Newtons, Black Twigs, Ontarlos, etc. All No. Vs, per case................................... $2.45 No. 1 Delic^lous, per case ...............y. $2.75 Oranges, extra large sUe. Special value, per dozen ..................................f.. 75c So'ap, Lennox Brand laundry. This is an exceptional good soap^nd at today's cost we would have to. sell It at 4 cakes for 25c. For a short time our price will be 5.cake* for.................250 Per case, 120 cakes'...................... �5.75 HIGH-CLASS GROCERS THE GOOD CO Fresh Dairy Butter, finest quality, per lb.... 60e Crc.nmery Butter, Thistle Brand, per lb......80c Creamery Butter, Crystal Dairy' or Cloverdale, per lb............................... B5c Oleomargarine, first quality, per lb. ....... 40c VEGETABLES Potatoes, extra quality, dry mealy, per cwt, $2.75 Cabbage, 6 lbs. for____......................25c b. C. Onions, 6 lbs. for...................... 25c Parsnips, .6 lbs. for .....................,... 25c Carrots, 6 lbs. for........f................. 25c Beets, 6 lbs, for ........................... 25c Turnips, 8 lbs. for........j.........25c Canned Milk,, Pacific Brand, Tall tins, quality equal to the be�t^l>er tin................... 15c Ginger Snaps, Special 2 lbs. for.............3Sc ' PHONE 5 25 Tlie Trade.s and Labor ^ouucil will Bake .streiiiioiis effort to Have iht^ mendmeiils to the city charter re-irardliifr iiualirications of commission-�?r.s a.s pa.�i!e(l by the ratepayers' on Tuesday, opjioaed in the legislature when thty comeiip for consideration. -Vot only are iht? council opposed to the qualifications, but are opposed to ,the hours of voting ou Tuesday. .They jiassed the toUov,-ing resolution i(t their meeting Inst night: \That whereas a plebiscite was taken CI the citizens ol' Lothbridge on Tuesday. Feb. 5th.  And that .vherca.'i one of the bylaws voted on is to endeavor to amend the city charter re property qualificalions for commissioner. \NV the Lothbridge trades and labor council claim that the vote taken was unfair, inasmuch as that hours of! polling were from !l a.m. to 6 p.m. dur '� ing which time the laboring classes: were at work and could not possibly) record their vote. I Therefore be it resolved that the; I-ethbridgo Trades and Labor Council j go on record as being opposed to any change of the city charier in this re-.spect. being made in any shape or form at the present time." Copies of the resolution are being forwanied to ; .\.lox Ttoss, .M.P.P., iiiid Premier Stew-i art. ^ i A labor representation league Is to i be formed at a meeting next Wednes-I day. MAKE BRIDGE OF SHIPS TO PERSHING ' Washi?igton. Feb. 7.-"Make a brid^ of ships to France." was the message j from General Pershing and every man I of his command delivered to America j last night by Major Frederick Palmer, i chief censor on General Pershing's i staff, in an address at the Xational ITess 91ub. DISIRICTASSOGIAIN 0FIHEU.F.A.10CAIS In Lethbridge  District-May Empfoy a Permanent Secretary Tiie Auction Sale AT 1421 FliTH AVENUE NORTH WILL BE CONTINUED Tomorrow Morning, Friday AGAIN AT 10 A.M.. AND WILL BE CONTINUED ALL DAY IF NECESSARY.. W. L. Wilson, Auctioneer Indications are that^gn effort will shortly be made to form a district association of ll.F.A. locals In the Leth-brldge districu with the employment of a permanent secretary for ihe district association in the clly. The idea in the minds of the U.P�\. members behind this project Is that ,lt would bring the parent "organization Into, closer touch with the locals and bring I to the members of the locals in the south a greater likelijiood of meeting their commercial h'eetls. There is a feeling on the part of many U.F..-^. member.s iu This part of the province that Calgarji is .too far away to enable thom to ,do business they would like to dothrough the parent farmers" bt /. and they think the organization \vi:mM be greatly enhanced by* the establishment^ot an office here with a, secretary who could supply them w'lth intormatlon regarding markets, secure them car lots of Iwlne and other commodities usually handled by the U.F.A. and do many other things tO/help out this district. It is also pointed out that Lelhbridge is the centre of a large' district in which tjiere are many irrigation farmers who are members of the U.F.A. These men have problems peculiar'to the district which cannot be handled from Calgary. A meeting is\to be held sliortiy when the matter will be discussed and the outcome will be awaited with great interest. I- �� i Dance and Whist Drive Under Auspices of the G.. W. V. A. - Veterans' Hall, February 11th At this" dance the drawing for the. Puuio recently { raffled will take place. this WJLL'^'bE the LAST DANCE BEFORE THE LENTEN SEASON. ' Admission - 75 cents We Make Xhimney Tops and extensions of all shapes and sizes. WiiJi them we cure Hmok-jag- stoves and furnaces and eliminate defective draft?. Iv*' your atove or furrtaae smoltes o-* doesn't bwn properlj' better e^U-nn In to "see ivhut the trouble is. We ^ave cur-.Hl many n similar-troulile with one of our chimney tops. The Dixon Sheet Metal Co. , REAR STAFFORD BLOCK LETHBRIDCE, AUBERTA Winnipeg Market � Oats-Old Contract: Open Close May............ V 87% Sew' Contract: May............ SSls 87% July............ S4Ti . 85% Barley- . May............ lUliU lC2^i Flax-May ..: ......... 3^2 3331/4 CasiT Prices Oats- , . > - No. C. W. 90% No. ?, 0. W. 35',a ISxtra No. I Feed ........._____. 84% No. 1 Feed.. 81% No, ^ Feed.. 78% Barley- No. U-^......1.5.9 � .No. 1 ..-...,154 Rejected and Feed .130 Fla.x- Xo. I N. W. C..................;i28H .Vo. 2 C. W. 32-1% No.'3 C. W. 307% Winnipeg Livestock Winnipeg, Feb. 7.-OftevUigB today at the Union stock yards NvereCSfj cattle and 2;370 hogs, Good cattle were steady; buyefs paying no attention to medium aniP common stuff. Stbckers and feeders dull. ,Best butcher steers $7;00 to $12.00; heifers $7.00 to $10.50; cows $4.50 to $0.50: bulls $5.25 to $8,75; oxen $4.75 to $8.75; stockers and feeders $7.00 to $9.25; lambs $15.00 .to $10.00. Sheep $13.50 to $14.00. Hogs, selects $18.25; heavlos $13.50 to $I4.,50; sows $12.00 to $13.00; light ^13,50 to $15.00. MUST HAVE APPROVAL � New York, Feb. 7.-^Apprbval of the fcderiil reserve board ,wlll tu>w be /e-nulred for issues of securitleH hereafter to be listed on the Now York stock exchange. 1' Superior Supply Co. Kj, " ZnU, Ave. 6. and 13th Street ililljiNifiO. eUlLDING & RAILW.VV SUPPLI'tft & EQUIPMENT ^'^TUbHOPE-ANDERSON AND EMERSON FARM IMPLEMENTS f,;.CXNCi'plows SlfUKieS FORO tractor ATTACH. y.';' . aU,fiO')E8 ' MENTi rr-r-'^'a tW''^ ^v.aBMOCUAT* . �, � . � auto TRA'�-3H6  � ,VSjV|''.-' ^ V ertONE 172&-^1;AKE A BLUe LINE CAR You'll bePkaseii AT THE SANITAi^y SHOP WESTBR06iC^i|MiS;' Opposite Bank of^Miishtr^al. FAMILY PORTRAITURE Make it an annual duty to yourselves to have youR, dilldf.. ron'8 photo taken. .,YQU:wltI:'bo creating abiding pleasures iornii 1471 Curb that Corn ^ You .can get rid of your corns in a few days-and, be entirely free from. corns in the future-if i you'll use our Howard's Corn Cure *][ It is a harmless preparation, ^ but it removes the corn every time. *I You can wenr your shoes ^ and keep about your duties while the remedy is loosening the corns. Price, 25c r The Red Cross Drag and Book Co. ^ Phonej.555 CHy AND DISTRICT stock Inspector ^ K. 0. bipton succeeds G. W. Morton as,stock inspector at Warner. ^- /� .. - \Resigns as J. P. . II. T. Hudson, of Purple Springs, has resigned iiis position as Justice of the peace. r " Is Wounded Pte. Ramsay Gourlay, taken on the strength at Pincher Creek, is reported wounded. Secretary Law Society , Chas. F. Adams of Calgacj-, secrc-tai-y of the law society of Alberta, is iu the city today. For Halifax Relief A concert for tiie Halifax Kellet fund will be held in the Salvation Arm.v citadel on Thursday, Feb. 14, at S p.m. Refreshments will be, served. KeeiryoirBaiP ' Soft and lustrous If it tends to he^liarshi dry or brittle-if it falls out or is tiill of ^ dandruff-you can easily overcome the difficulty by simple liome ircalmeht. To keep your halK, and scalp clean and healthy shampoo once a weok with Rexall ''93" Shampoo Paste and twice a day apply � RexaU "93" Hair toni^ Rub the hair tonic into thb scnip thoroughly. Walcli your Imir improve. Shampoo Paste 25 cents > Hair Tonic 50 cents and $1.00 SOLD ONLY AT > J. D. Higiobo!haHk&Co � ' , Limited --n "Alberta's Pioneer Drugglatt'' Wholesale and Retail"ChemUta. TELEPHONE No. 322  Ash Wednesday Wednesday of next week Is Ash Wednesday and a school Ijoliday. Good Friday will theteforo come on .March 29th and Easter Sunday on MarcU Slat. Government Appointn^nts 51. .M. Salmon, Ktzlkom; A. Mitchell, Vulcan; S. S. Richardson, Whitla; G. W. Haley, Grassy Lake; O. A. Wool-ley, Magrath, have been appointed notaries public. of Horse BIan|te�s ^ Robes E^ery Horse Blanket and Robe in our place reduced to Factory Cost.'These Blankets and Robes were . bought about 20 per cent, lower than next season's prices so you will realize what the saving will mean. Look theni over.  ; . Coilsumers' Hardware > Company Ret|iilers' Convention The dates have practically been set for the holding of the convention of the retail merchants of the province in Edmonton on February ;.'Oth and 21st whciTa provincial branch of tUe R.M. A, will be organized. Quarterly BoarS^to M�at There will be a meeting of the quarterly official board of the iUnitcd church at the parsonage tomorrow (Friday) evening. Feb. 8th, at eight I o'clock sharp. The elders, stewards j and heads of all departments o� the j church are expected to attend." Purchases Land j The demand for land in this south j country continues active, further sales liaVing been made in the Raymond dis-, trlct. Mr. DeLoB Lund lately purchas-i ed from the Lethbridge branch of the Standard Trusts company the north half of 16-4-20 at $17.00 per aero. ANNOUNCEMENTS Lellibridgo Lodge :? ditctod by Rev. Burn.s of Knox church. "The' Rebekah funeral services at the ^raye were conducted by the officers of Dqriilnion Hekegah Lodge of which the deceased was an active member, i The many floral trlnbtes wore very ; beautiful which bespeaks the esteem �j in which the deceased \yas held. The following are a ILst of the floral trlb-' utes: Wreaths, Mr. Wm. MdKlnty, Mr. [aiid Mrs; A. G. McSwart, Mr. and Mrs', 'A. Nlven, Dominion Rebpkah Lodge No. 41; sprays, .Mr. and Mrs. 11. C. That the floor space and luiislness tax proposed liy the^ � -- 4. � This . weok .r. .$li(i7,788 - f *r Last year .......592,58.0 J" Increase of 12 per cent. , ' i' -i-   f/t j Graham, Mr. and Mr�. A. Wood, Mrs. FOR SALE ' JUTE SACKS V Grain and Potato ' .  Car arriving''this week. F. O. HYliE & CO. Phpne 1244 ' . Lethbridge FORSAU ri*',' .CARLOADS OR LESS Tlli�0THy, UPLAND, ALFALFA,*' MIXED TIMOTHY AND ALFALFA AND.STRAW, . ^ >� i CAREFUL ATTENTION TO , . ALL OROeRS. ' PROMPT SHIPMENT WRITE OR WIRE US FOR . PRICES. Saunders Hay & Grain Co. ' '' 1221 2nd'Avenue South . : ' Telephone 732 E. and Mr. 0. Chlswlck, ilr. and Mrs. G. Goldle, Mr. and Mrs. W. Twaddjo, Mr, and Mrs. H. 0. Corry, Mr and Mrs. J. Mclnt'o8li, Mr.and Mrs. AV; H. Oor-den, Girls of Simpsoa'a store, Simpson Co., Limited, Mra. Schael "and Miss L. Thomson;: crofis, BmiUoyees of the Hudson's Bay Co.,' Ttief tteceaaed was the youngest daughter^of the late Mr. and jdr?. Htigl} Hpli^e�; a itromlnont fherclji^iit of llerry; Ireland, and ipav^fi to mourn horlbfesipKevKou, Csoli/ol! nine yeai^ ,ahd; tw.di'.sjBterS, Mrs;'4Cr.i H. Carletou, of Lach^r li'elandj and Mrs. >V., King,' of yatrabaiie, Ireland, and one brother, Aloe'rt'Holmes of Ubl-fast, Ireland. The deceased was lukf to rest in the OddfelloWs' pipt in tha public cemetety, Maybe You'll FindltHere] STATIONERY WRITING PADS, FOOLSCAP PAD8,n LEGAL PAQS, SCRIBBLING PADS, NOTE PAPER, N Boxed or In bulk.' . , INITIAL STATIONSrtV, ENVELOPES. '=  OFFICE SUPPUES 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 'MACHiriE .H