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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - February 8, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta Assiniboia Music Co,. Ltd. 315 6th Str S. Photte Ui4.i Edison Phonographs. The New Ediron rind the Amberola. Full range of Records DAILY HERALD HOTEL WINDSOR european plan meals prom *.00 a.m. to 6.00 p.m. T ^^^^^^^^^^^^^ S Everything Good in the Meat Line tor the e ek-erid Week-End Specials BEEF, PORK, MUTTON, FOWL, ALL DIRECT FROM THE FARM. OELANYS MEAT CO. rIrTH ST. S. OPPOSITE DALLAS HOTEL PHONE 45: New Methodist Hymnals We have a complete assortment of these from the low price cloth cover to the limp leather, silk sewn, india paper book. THE KENNY & ALLIN CO., Ltd. NEXT DALLAS HOTEL ^tU&er St oj PHONE 1487 New Laid Egos, aer dozen.................. 75c Brookfield Eggs, put up in sealed cartons. Special per dozen . .. v -.......................... 5t.c A Fresn Shipment of Celery, Cauliflower and Head Lettuce expected in tomorrow. Lowest market. prices. Apples. Good cooking. Special 5 lbs. for...... 25c~* Apples, Finest 8. C. Wagners. Yellow Newtons, Black Twigs, Oniarios, etc. All No. 1's, per case ................................... $2.4S No, 1 Delicious, per case .................. $2.75 Oranges, extra large si�C. Special value, per rto~cn . . ,................................. 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.....,............ 25c Per case. 120 calces......................$5.75 Frcsn Dairy Butter, finest quality, per lb.... 50c Creamery Butter, Thistle Brand, per lb......50c Creamery Butter, Crystal Dairy or Cloverdale, per tb.....................;.............. 55c Oleomargarine, Jlrot quality, per lb......... 40c VEGETABLES Potatoes, extra quality, dry tneoly, per cwt. $2.75 Cabbage, 6 ibs. for................,.......�. , 25c B. C. Onions. 6 lbs. for..................... 25c Parsnips. 6 Ibs. for........................ 25c Carrot;-.. 6 Ibs. for.......................... 25c Beets. 6 lbs. for ........................... 25c Turnips. 8 ibs, for ......................... 25c Canned Milk, Pacific Brand. Tall tins, quality cqu�f to the best, per tin.................. 15c Ginger Snaps, Special 2 Ibs. for............. 35c H J HIGH-CLASS GROCERS THE GOOD CO. PHONE -525 DEPT. FOR YEAR TOTAL >{,n additional kHo\v;v':' njv. Mr. Freeman staton ilmt ;h�'r�- \\ us ; ! ilt-I-revise in i-.r.-A iva^umption of j pound.- pfu" kihi'.vau i:t*lU'vaU'il or f total saving of i::*> ions. Street Railwav MARKETS iCltY AND DISTRICT i I , In hU report on savor railway, i Commissioner Freeman says: '"I am; Oat* | pleased to say that the street railway ! ^jav | department ha* dene slightly bettor j \ew Contract'* j than had been anticipated in spire of j ?,iav ' the ever increasing cos; o:' labor and ; Winnipeg Market Old Contract: Open Close # 4 Cure that Corn :-!'. a:i increase of $2..".tM. while operating costs hi* j Extra No. 1 Feed creased from $4 for. to $*n.S21. The' No. 1 Feed.. So-. Oats-No. '1 C. \\\ V*~i No. Feed. profit of the system over operating Bar lev � * , , . , expense> was an increase ot , No. onnted to ^.U'.hJ as against �t*2M:r \ {l hiid heori framed lh:U the:. Flare I'^U No. 4 * 4 I for li'li'. an increase oi Sl:.Sv>.7S. This is made public in an announcement j deticit caused by tlio fixed charges; No. 1 N. \V j would amount to S^.n.iTN while in ' No. - C. W given out by Commissioner Freeman, I reality the railway came through wirlii today. During the year the earnings ! a deficit of onlv $^.>Ti. C. � * No. t P 151 S 3i *G entirely free from corns in the future-i you'll use our Howard's Corn Cure It is a harmless preparation, but it Vemoves every time. Choir Concert The choir of Wesley church will give a concert on Friday evening, Fob. 1Mb. % a % Supreme Court Supreme. Court will set for civil cases here next Tuesday with Mr. Justice Walsh presiding. Sale of Horse Blankets ^ and Robes Every 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 them over. Consumers 9 hardware ! corn Five For Assault* Win. He His, charged with assault on J. Pcinfuia, was fined and coats in olice court this morning. Company ff[T You oa ^il and kee of the plant were SU'.OaM-'. as compared i with $U�;,14S. an increase of $i:'..S'.-.r�. j wiiiie The cost of, operation increased $7.$05 over 101��. this being due mostly to wage increases and additional coal to produce the increase of G*'..- Piles Cured in 6 to 14 Days. Calgary Livestock Oiigary. Feb. Hogs were we.ikcr j Friday, the top being S1S.75. T weary-jfive cars were received and thev were Druggists retund money jf PA20! y(,ld readily. Cattle brought a*-* high O IN I'M EXT fails to cure Itching. � as .$10.7:.. Fifteen cars arrival De-Blind. Bleeding or Protruding Piles. I maiul ;.s good. First application gives relief. 50c. w h i 1 e t h e the corns an wear your sh*cs p about your duties, remedy is loosening Transferred to Calgary. Sergt. Salisbury who has been at-I tached tu the medical board here lias been transferred to the Calgary bond. Boil the Water S.S. Price, 25c i i i ia(r- The Auction Sale the hog AT 1421 FIFTH 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 Winnipeg Livestock j Winnipeg. Feb. 8.-Livestock offer-: gs at the Union stock yards today ( we re 6 5o cattle a n d $47 h ogs; t h e j cattle trading was slow and dull and; market was steadv. Quotations: Butcher ^teers $7 to' S12: heifers $*;.',(. to :?S.75; calves $t?.5n to $12. ' i Hogs, selects $18.25: heavy $l.V�"j  to ^U.7-".; sows ^12 to fl-'.; light Si::.5�>! to $14.75. - i The Red Cross Drug Book ^V\^ul'i[y TV1' *lT\r1' i Will Speak On Economic Pro!* nieiss of pollution ami householders ^ ' done will be well adviyful to boil all water Used for drinkins purposes. Phone 555 Returned. Soldier BuTied. The funeral took place on Thursday oi Fred Ford, a returned veteran who died here. The services were in charge of the veterans, Rev. Mr. Snow officiatine. lems Resulting From War a much larger share and interest in the results of production and in tho management and control ot the cown-l.ry's affairs than has heretofore been the cnao. Th subject is of such great importance and of Hitch interest to practically all classes . of our citizenship and the discussion arising from tin* matters that will bo touched upon by the Hpeaker, is likely to be of such interest that a large attendance at thu Forum for this meeting is expected. j THROUGH 100 MILES WASTE New Australian Railroad Traverses! 1 Wilderness Lacking Water The longest tangent in the. worith ?�30 miles without the slightest, varf I A' nve Dance and Whist Under Auspices of the G. W. V. A. Veterans' Hal!, February 11th At this dance the drawing for the Piano recently � * raffled wilt take place. THIS WILL BE THE LAST DANCE BEFORE THE LENTEN SEASON. Admission - 75 cents The Dixon REAR STAFFORD BLOCK It Is Fitting �t that you should have us do your tin and sheet nvial work, if you v.-unt lasting satisfaction. Our success has been due to our honesty of purpose in giving every job, large or small, the best in workmanship, materials and general satisfaction that up-to-date methods, modern equipment and long experience affords. Sheet Metal Co. LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA ! ation from a straight line, occurs'on; ! the railway linking Western Australia1 Mo the eastern States, which was, ilormally opened on November 12th. In! I the 1,052 miles of line between Port j Augusta and Kalgoorlie there is not a; single tunnel and very few cuts, while] at only a few places on the eastern f section is the ruling grade of one in | eighty approached. The 3o0-milc j straight occurs in the great limestone.' region of the .Mullabor Plain which the! line traverses for over five hundred miles. This is a desolate waste in which there are no hill-, no valleys, no rivers, no trees, /and no water. When the line was-begun in 3 912 the country alon^ four-fifths of the route had not a single inhabitant except a; few wandering aboriginals, and absoM utely no permanent surface water. Indeed water has been the one,great difficulty of the line. At a few points reservoirs have proved successful, but for the most part the only supply; [available has been drawn from veils; and bores. This water contains such j u high proportion of solid matter and acids that it is very unsuitable for locomotive use, rendering special devices necessary. "While in places it is salt and condensors have had to he erected. At one period during construction water for all purposes had to be carried over three hundred miles by (rain on the western section. The line gives thr- fir-it communication by land between the two halves of Australia and opens up a quarter of a million scjuare miles .now unoccupied. In j spit*-: of the scanty rainfalu averaging well under ten inches a year, much of tliis country is well grassed and Keep Vbop Hair Soft and Lustrous H it tends to be harsh, dry or brittle-if it falls out or is full of dandruff-you can easily overcome the difficulty by simple home treatment. To keep your hair and scalp clean and healthy shampoo once a week with Rexall "93" Shampoo Paste and twice a dav apply ftexall "93" Hair Tonit Hub the hair tonic into the ncalp thoroughly. Watch your hair improve. Shamooo Paste 25 cents Hair Tonic 50 cents and $1.00 SOLD ONLY AT^ I D. Higifibotham & Co Limited At the Forum on Sunday. .Mr. S. S. Dunham will speak on. "Some changes, economic and otherwise, resuming from the War that may tend towards industrial revolution." The above subject was suggested to Mr. Dufclu--^ by Mr. Smith's striking NEW OFFICERS OF THE Quarterly Board Tht� 1'nited Quarterlv Hoard meeting will bo held tonight (Fridav) in i address at the Forum last Sunday on the United Church parsonage. * T\\� ! "Tne industrial .challenge." As will ciders, stewards and heads of all do-i perceived. the subject is a large "Alberta's Pbncer Druggists" Wholesale and Retail Che mist*. TELEPHONE No. 322 I pari inputs of the church work, are asked to meet at 8 o'clock sharp. Tractor School Instructors. The I. II. C. tractor school concludes one, and in the limited time Mr. Dunham will not attempt to handle the* matter in detail, but will deal shortly with the economic condition which will inevitably follow the War. Will tomorrow. The ^HowVn^Ls^ The "full f.ive a short survey ^Canada's. post-staff of instructors w * ' busy all week with the ...... ..... ,,,, .Messrs Carrol. O'Sullivau. MeMaken. j y*T-_ mu contrast the means here-Downcy and Seltzer. tils' is uie tun T, - .-............-!---- -�ho have been ! tlon nm* tlie tnin^s that are necessary o class of ''25-j*or tne country's progress and wel- i Dr. Bland Coming Here. | The Ilev. Dv. Salem Jiland of Win-; nipeg. who for a number of years has : taken a very prominent part in al ; social and labor questions is expected ; to speak in Wesley church on Sun-; day evbning, Feb. 17th, and on Mon-i day evening to the men's fraternity. Death of White Lake Farmer James M. Peters, aged 5:: years, a farmer of White Lake district, died at his residence at White Lake on February 7th. The funeral will be held at '2 p.m. Sunday at White Lake church. Ilev. Bryan of the Methodist church of Barons officiating. In'.or-monr will bp in White Lake ceme'.-^v. tofore used for the raising of the country's revenue and will show that j these means must necessarily be greatly modified in order that the producers of wealth may have a reasonable opportunity to live and prosper, and will conclude by intimating what these results, together with a higher estimation of the duties of citizenship which must necessarily, he a consequence of the War, are likely to havo in bringing about changes in the economic conditions commonly designated industrial revolution. Mr. Dunham's comments will not be from the standpoint of the idealist.' nor in contemplation of any radical changes occurring in tt shprt time, but that in the solution of the after War . problems, principles and policies will __ bave to be adopted that must have far " . / reaching results, and that the tendency A Warn,,n�l be towards changes in the indus- (.iti^ns ;�rc warned tha men uos-' jal worla aU(, pa'rUcuiarly in Caning as returned *ohliers who are act- ^ ])y whIcn thc'pPoducer wiU h;ivo ing as hook ..agents, etc.. should be able to product a paper, signed by j the president and secretary^)!' the G. j W V A Iho lAf-ntilv in which Ihov i Orion. Feb. 7.-The Orion board or trade has recently been organized with Peter McAskile president, J. M. Rogers, vice-president; J. D. Spafford. secretary and D. S. Iloyt, treasurer. The board will make aii effort to enlist the support and interest of the farmers of Lite surrounding district by making the 'activities of the board social as well as commercial,. An invitation has been extended to G. R. Marnoch, president of the I>eth-bridge- board, to address the members of the local board at some time in the near future. Maybe You'll Find It Here! W. V. A. of the locality in_ which they j may be canvassing, showing that t.hoy ] are bona fide returned soldiers. The local G. W. V. A. branch-issues this warning as several cases of impostors ^T ! have been brought to their attention, j ANNOUNCEMENTS / FOR SALE JUTE SACKS Grain and Potato Car arriving this week. F. O. HYDE & CO. Phone 1244 Lethbridge i Star for 1914 Men --r-1 General militia orders contains the ( A dani-H will be icld in Burgmann's i information that Mis Majesty lias j hail. 13th St. .V.. Saturday night. Two, been pleased to grant a special 3J> 14 j -1 [ star to all soldiers who served In Bel-; gium or France from August 4 to pieca o"i.hestra. The ladies' aid of St. Patrick's church wdl huki ;s -ocial evening in tin; ConservatM v Music hall on Monday 'veninc-. f\ b. llfh. Cards will commence promptly at 8.?>(). [grows salt bush and other edible | i plains which would carry large mini-j --------� j hers of sheep and cattle if^vater van; Virginia VaU-n'.^.�. who keeps the [ be provided. The cost of (he line has i -sl-ati been ubour ^0,000.000.-Scicntin��,. Silas Sycamore ; lots remove the cause. There Is only i ceases doing the old adage, 1 one "Bromo Quinine." IS. \V. GROVE'S You'll be Pleased AT THE SANITARY .SHOP WESTBROOK BROS. Opposite Bank of Montreal "Love always find.* a way," finally j signature on box. wins and she cade;, vors to "help all irj | her power. Sen in the play, "The j Busy Ladies' Aid." at the United ! Church, , 30c. Superior Supply Co. 2nd Ave. S. and 13th Street. MINiNG. BUILqiNG & RAILWAY SUPPLIES & EQUIPMENT ^UDHOPE ANDERSON AND EMERSON FArtM IMPLEMENTS GANG PLOWS * SULKIES - FORC TRACTOR ATTACH-BUGGIES WENTS DEMOCRATS , AUTO TRAILIiR� CULTIVATORS 0\UD~n ENGL'lEt PHONE 1725-TAKE A BLUE LINE CAR , FAMILY PORTRAITURE 3\lakr� it an annual duty to yourselves tu have your children's photo laken. You will bo ling abiding pleasures for your later years. Smith's Studio fi06 Third Ave. S, Phone 1471 BO R N DAVLS -To All. ;il.d Mrs. S. S.. Davis.! Faii-view ILim h. u son, lOVii pounds, February 7. litis f>0 1 ; p Positively A Guaranteed / Attraction. Something New in the Amusement World The Crea! Tn-vdutto Show which is .siartjntf at i]].. rjrphoum tonight for oiyht days, i- ^.uaj-antoed by the Or-I ph(.u)i! n)ajj:j;^'ji)ej�i.. to" be first class^ Dr. Traveling iho king of Hypnotists will Kive yoii ;j m\(j and .a half houvs j j p**rfonjiai�ce. j . *.. jaiiiK all the mys-f leries of ihe o,-j,.,t wjih a dazzHuK dispbiy ni ri,x\)it,1(^ nud electrical cl'feci;-:. a/ivt-i ti.-.-i.-nt J H A V FOR SALE CARLOADS OR LESS TIMOTHY, UPLAND, ALFALFA, MIXED TIMOTHY AND ALFALFA AND STRAW, The very beBt your telephone. ts as .near as STANDARD WORKS, POPULAR FICTION, NON FICTION REPRINTS, PAPER BACK NOVELS, OXFORD BIBLES, PRAYER AND PRAISE, KNIGHTS' OF COLUMBUS PRAYER BOOKS, ETC., ETC. s R. COULTRY The Alberta Meat Market CAREFUL ATTENTION ALL ORDERS. PROMPT SHIPMWJT TO The Twentieth Century Bookstore "Everybody's Bo^k Shop*' 514 4th Avenue Phone 513 WRITE OR WIRE US FOR PRICES. Saunders Hay& Graii\ Go, 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. k Office Desks, Typewriter Desks, Vertical Filing Cabinets, Transfer Cases and Boxes. Lcfiol Forms, Loose Leaf Systems, Counter Check Books and Blank Books of all kinds. A FULL LINE OF OFFICE STATIONERY. EVERALL & FRANKS SINNOTT &LOCK, COR. FOURTH AVE. & FIFTH ST. S. PHONE 1107 ;