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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - February 8, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta \ PACT*. F.IC.UT THF. T-FTIIBRIDGR DAILY 11KHALO MUDAY. fkhiu AMY 8, 1s)1r i'OMMERl'K Commerce. Fob. p.--Mr. I*, .lones was ing after sojourning for a mouth In the Manitoba metropolis. Mr. anil Mrs. Herbert 10. Kolley leave. Friday morning for Winnipeg. ;Alr. Kelley goes to attend the Consolidated Merdiunls association anil Incidentally the bonspiel. Their home ( and family are left in charge of Mrs. 1 Crocket. Miss Jean Parks of Calgary lias ;ic- ed the parental liome over the week- | > > > ? end. The Anglican JJishop of Calgary din-cese, Bishop Pinkhnm,v held a confirmation class in the Kngllsh church at Cnrdston, on Sunday. Feb. I'.rd. Had the roads been in hot (.or eoniii-tfoil for motoring, many of our people would have attended this beautiful service, as it was Mi'K. Joiner-Long �nil her third daughter went by train Saturday evening as Miss Pert rude was j lo be. presented to Pkshop Pinklmm for continuation Sunday evening. We regrci to know thai A. K. Collins forced M r. Herbert .loin or -Long's name. Perhaps the. poor fellow hadn't employment in Lethbridge. and "Hunger's power is sirung."' in Lethbridi;e on lupines* the other | ,,p',t0(1 the position of stenographer at (j.iv ' | the 1 rading Company s store. We are. '.\ir. l). Phillips is spending a few ^ vt'J'-v b^ed to welcome Miss Parks days in Calgary Mr. T. lionwiek ha> b. -n sick. His many liiends hope to - hist Thursday and spent the dav there. to our village. The play entitled 'The Kiopment of KUen," is being cast. Mrs. Orroek has kindly consented to take the most difficult part. Miss Parks and Miss Sang are tno two other ladies; so we feel the play will assuredly he a sue- ? ? ? V FAVORABLY REPORTED Washington, Feb. X.-The aa> ministration railroad bill, amended to limit government, control to two years after peace; to vest ultimate rate fixing powers in tire president, and to safeguard the abort, line roads against loss by diversion of freight, revenuo to gnvcrn-menl euntroUed lines, was ordered favorably reported to the bouse today by the interstate commerce committee. Mr. K. Croft lias had hie days, as the snow looks good to ih.ein Mere's to (hem hoping' for a i-vod crop this year. j * * : > > *> *  v 1 Fortunately Spring Coulee has ;i ! e nice neighborhood and unite a lot of I g talent. On Sunday we were so pleas- ! r ed to listen to a solo by Mr. Love- ' j day. Mr. Howell had offered to preach Mr. II. .lohnstoue had had luck v. u i : rnr _\ir> and had prevailed upon I �r.s car the other da>. Mis engine! |,nveday to sing. Mr. Inglis eon-! hunt: out coming from Lethbridge and | ducted the service, offering at he ban to walk home. the close an extemporaneous pray- I 1 * h \ 1 i * i i 1 _ t t 1 ^ 11 *  "ii- 1 * ^ - 1 1 � E i ::.r r ? ^ * i n - i \Yi\-'il\ IV It v \ of .Aus'ri;�-Huima;-y. practical control of j - j: u- a in wiiiili the who!*- thing w a ur 1: 'o T-audad � the bulk of (icniuii! { ait -lie; her dro;;me: veii. Mr. Simpson gave a lino � prctvinex's and a builder of chnrciies -i-ee'di ou the Life of Koberi Hums. � spiritual throughou' the lioininion. I and rendered his "tide ;o the Haggis.'" Miss Aileen McCarthy, taccompani- | Mobbic was well toa.~;*-d. Kveryone j Vi\ hy her friend Miss Horspool) visit ^ Kini; Scotch songs and Mr. Robert- | ->o:i d.;ru ed "'!'hc .Saiifr's Hornpipe." A dance toPowed. and everyone went :;o;ac !i;\ppy in rhe wee stua* hours. Mi-.-- A M acl'arl ine enjoys '.ii'iiir Mr. Currie was v,-*�> Itnky to gei \ tr.s bu:'.>: \\ agon out of the fire at : Xtddeford. j M r. (.Jlastiow has been busy getting; his iee in (his week. i Commerce band has been doing! being l i great work on dance music. They are 1 oo k i n g for wa rd t o i v i ng a da nee soc>a. .Mr. Nelson of Calsarv. was a visitor ;:;a* shanki. Vcrktor.. Sa*k;\!clie\ yt]K \. For ;.d*. is::i^ N. iu;s V,-t-u S'Mi>-Tict.-.! to one year not to conform with the hard "tabor. "'"ji j People's Forum \ \ .Mr. Kuthie received a'letter from his brother Jack. Hi- friends will be interested to know that he expecis to b^ave for France soon. WHITLA L IE 0^ rj| C-m}mun:eaf:ons under Hus heading must hear Hiv >iijnatu:-es of  the Early in the world-war cod liver oil was selected to fortifv the health of soldiers against the rigors and exposure of camp life and to help build up enduring strength. ewrre � the r THE R A i ! if ONE L L - t t i . SE fN LIGHT RATES .  liar r-\ e Jni^iu a wiiol^ - M'i' lit:";; . > f H I r 1 . f our u: i;:- -i:* .--ve-va i that actually guarantees the richest quality of pure Cod Liver Oil. and is skilfully emulsified to promote prompt assimilation which is always difficult with the raw oil. Scott's Emulsion is famous for putting power in the blood to thwart colds, grippe, pneumonia and lung trouble. It is free from harmful dru^s. i a. a jr. 1?- IS I ;>;.::r, \v;inirv;i'ih^ rir^el railway, cjai ! ?r. in.-', .-tab'es. e:" . btr. whieh in re a  -iiy ;;!v oj^ly or  ne::r? of a business ; :;e : : ha> uue.-1:-' ;ke" *o iiovern. T::ere-fi.ii-e it shnnld bo :ae. policy -.if the :uau-a .,�-incut id ib'-rive a >;f fbdeh? revenue  r -in �he bas!)if>s t;j ;ake d a surnlus la J'U'e '�::.l.mi :-j r a >r i a ir^pah-s, etc. wi-! v-'iur-i-li^y :e\v yearn hr^ rnlii ilia: our v;r!" n^t ^1:- a^ tlit*y sliouiii i/^. :;.-tj ir.;r -ave! railway was liv:ai>L'Ur s>r.jMut per ypar. which iia.ti ;d '3 Pl:;"l' Vapie Syr Lip f*y large h v.i'o:....... fi U C E,r.:,-.: p,,r,-. Vr:plc Syrup Aft z m r. �: hot-.:- ......... ^Vt rices GoodwtHie's Preiervei. Red Currants. Peeches. Pint seahers..........OJC Blue Ribbon Baking Pow- *J r* der, 16 07.. tin ........ mOC Van Camp's Soups-. QC Assorted. 2 for ...... %3t>C F/nnan H^ddie, in tins A T* 2 for ................ 45C Stuart's Pure Jam. Strawberry, Raspberry, and Stack (\ f Currant, 4 lb. pails.... t/*}C* Fine Table F'.gs, 7 oz. -i n pkt.. each ............ 1 C Oranges, large and jiecy. pe'^ cozen ............ O%J Gfr-�rje Nuts. Or* 2'for ................ JDC ; i\e city. How mil eh better U wiliilti iiav*' been to iiavc had enr 11'-tie enrpon'.iion. on" nriliiies. showini; a -Sjri.itmi profii ovt'i1 all. and f do uwi niejii by Uia' to pay our taxes by 111o j earnings of our utilities, but to create ! a .-nrplus of $ i>>p.o�.u whicli I con^id^r S!\''ihhi he small :'or a company with a (8  ''-P'ral :::Wm-2'1 as lart-s that came to & r;> f. iiiat they uf^lf.-e;ed to Jay up a lar^e | encr.-'U surplus to carry Uiom over th-; ' recpr-v-. i;:s;ea'! of paying if out in ; dividends \o >lo miltvs east of town. Seven cars left, the track, a car of coal and one of iuinber n>-iu into the ditch. This is ihe second wreck within .three days. On Saturday twenty-two cars left the track a half mile 'Bast of the ;u-::":'l;s Vn.;.: our uiilities . in ih�' way of ciieap^r liijhi and wator. ; Vuu may rhiuk : iutt rity-ownoil utili- ! pinn* 01 the Monday wreck, jtif'ti flu rmr neHfi in huiUi u\) a ;s�rv>ln^. is Central Cash Grocery, 1112 Sixth Avenue � l t1 vo;.e. for a fieaerator. that he uolo;; h,e nbh- :o carrv On h�s v.'or!c in e;>;:rc;� ; i,,n wit it (hat depart -i:ieh* aiei -:hou:d oui' city >tables.hue�i dow u. : ot.'.er J!c r w-?h fh*' )iorses. 1 h;;Vt.-:c il./ah' b;i' 'oi:111isio11'*r (Iriic-* .\ e.'unp.i:, i: is u-.u j iiy siari od by itmoiilH of p;iid op  .:hiu.i. ;n ;>ropoid ion to tin: sixo of rio-r i.ii.Mie-.- s Lei hl>ridj:\ Feb. 7.-Again a chinook has cleared away the snow, land outside of ra.'iier a heavy wind blowing a( inieivitisi the weatiier i^ ideal. .Mr. George C";;p returned last even- MOTHER! GIVE CHILD ] t . ��Mi. � J 1 f - t QUALITY PHONE 657 SERVICE 61 4 : � i American j>fjo->� t-,i ;t : Hal if I In-v ;.f r.ii^ro^i]^ io raise IS COATED � ^ 4 h 1 - 1 i .' keep i>roper- :y '"luinpcd. Cif:i'>' Wiiuld funic a fi/no v.'io'ti the raiiro:oi I'Oiniianies would i)e !;��! pi''-.-. 'i i;:-.' : hue has cono !f Cross. Feverish. Sick, Bilious, Clean Little Lc'tr and Bowels. ('hihir' u and nothing o v i � i is "fruit laxative." cleanses tender jieop  in ''oic..;;u fi-�"-/ing. co;tl hiin::s . stou.;u I�. I:' � r .:,.'! ii.cwels so nicely. 0;i...- a v.'r.'K, no cai':-; �9t SALE ',Vi.e j, Ml g Hi i'f I o he )iad . Pin the utilities on a paying banW. br.oni" .omI i;-cp tiie profits hi develop flic w'J-;,fl- ]i'"'r A- ;; :;'d -i''!!d.. not stop playing lo i'inpt\ liie !,,,-. and the result U\. i ! i-'iP |y clogged with : s .Stisgiab. titomiiCh ! will he an assei. :o ^'U.'s. ilieii OF sv,;i :n. 1 ii i-n 1 i. e c tiie ' it y. anil .-Mini; day in ihe i'ut m ]>�n)'� :i i�ejii' : o  .\i'.lion/'M r 'nt sea's between us. 1 al-vi'ys tiiinl; of you. U ii,c if " ;');,[ I n*f urfj asaiu. 1 luo* loair tae roam, j?j ' lh;i .!�:�(� dnoll ou ha..- :\. ',], jthtyt'ni cdiild a;.:a in. ; � _ .\.iIIi oiir ora/ci r for u 'boitIf? ; of 'Calip.riiia r yru;> of Figs" which! has full ��! ions for ba bites, j 'diiidrMi nf ;. ii a;.s and for growiT^ ups. [dainly pi'iun-d oil t.he boll U\ "fih-"�juv of co'; ni >� j'j i-h s sold hurt- Cio.t' itie ^nuirn-. mad'- by "California Vi^ i'>-l> ' 'ocii.efc.. ' HffuHc. unv o'fVi/.'r I iind \s ii h ci .a: - iiipi.  AdvurtiseUieUt there Is nothing so soothing am! healing as Znm-Buk. This great herbal balm allays inflammation, draws out soreness, and reduces swelling. Those who have once used Zum-fJnk for ihe treatment of winter ailments say they would 8* \ I - v . citucc. a I) O Ti 50c 40 c 25c 85c 18c 25c 10c 25c 20c 1,1 25c Tea. Kerr's Special, per 11).......'........ Custard Powder, large tins, on sale.......... i j Liquid Ammonia. i* bdttb s lor ......... Marina lade. YVeUioy's per i^'ii' ...... l-ilueberries. on sale ibis we*dc................. Starch. While (Moss. ^ pk?^.............. Carnation .Milk, baby she.................. Pork and Penns. Clark Sd. 1 tin. - lor ..... iVaciu'V. Calil'tu'uia Vellic., Cling sliced or halves, Per till ........ Soap. I loyal Crown, old ; pii'-e. fi ral;r>, for j SiniiiglU or Cold Soup, 7 e;i.kes {'or ......... JKi, ! Kediogg's Toasted Wheat Pis-cuits. On s Id I Ja r or f dldi v's sliced. No. - tin. Cach ................ Shredded Cocnjmnt. On sale this Aceek. lb..... Kivnch /'eas. on sale Hns A M week, ^ tins for ...... TCtJC Coilee and Mi lie, Koindeer Pr.oHl, - fins. 1'or ............ AintiKjuia Pow flcj-. 'Z pkgs......... Tiaill Soap. lai'K.; riikcs, regular - for On sale, :; for ............ Onion Sab and tjarlic Seasoning per sJiaker eardi ! SanifJusii. per tin ........... Infant's Delight Soap, per box ........... Kgg Noodles, per pkg......... Dill Pickles, gallon jars, each y....... Lobster, per tin 20c and ........... 25c 30c 15c 1.45 35c 45c 30c 35c Ii 35c 25c �ovular 25c soiling ...........20c J.obsrer, in glass. Knch Cream Alixetl Candy, regular :iUc II). On sale per lb..... Abernelhy Hiscuit. per lb. ........ Overseas Piscuits, fancy mixed, per tin. each .............. War Hour, per Hack, UN lbs............. i)utcli Kusk. Succotash, lb. tins Aiiparagu.s Tips, per tin ...... 20c 45c 75c 5.75 20c 20c 35c Laundry Soap advanced 7ac per case. Look up your stock and liny your requirements at the old price, this week only. Limberger Cheese, per lb........, Prick Cheese, per lb.......... Stolfon Cheese, per Hi......... jrgcrsoll 'l for Cream 50c 50 c 35c 35c Phones 1453-1365 Gi'ocers CO Fifth Street S. 680 ;