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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 8, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta THE . LETimniDGF. pAILY, H FRIDAY, FKBHUAHY 8; liM8 4,. � COMMERCE Commerce, Pebi-B.-Mr. I*. .Tones was In betlibrldgo on biislnoss ilie other iJay. Air. D. Phillips Ib .miRiulIng a few days In CCalgary. Mr. T, Bonwick has hem sick. Ht� 'many friends hope to seti lilm nt work iipniii. ^ Mrs. C. Johustouo iiml Mrs. .lonns moloroil out to Mrs. Crofts Insi 'I'hur.i- ' Tile Anglican I)i|hop ot Calgary diocese, Bishop ^Infcham.Vhold a contir-mntlon class In tho ISngUsh church at Cardatoii, on, Sunday, Kcb. ;!rd. Had the roads been In hotter condition for motoring, many ot our people wquld have attended this bcatititnl service, as It was Mrs. Jolnor-Long and her third daughter went by train Saturday evening au Sli.ts Uorirudo was to bo presented to nishop Pinkham for confirinntlon Sunday evening. Wo regret to luiow that A. R. Collins forged Mr. Herbert .Toliior-Liong'a namo. Perhaps the poor follow hadn't employment In Lethbridgo, and "Hun-ger'a,power is strong.'" FAVORAILV REPORTED . ,.. . * Washlngtrtti, I>'ob. fi.-Tho ad,- > ministrntion railroad bill, aw- > ended to limit govornmont con- > trol to two years attor peace; > to vest iiltirantc rate tlxliig ? powers In tho president, and > to safeguard tho short lino : roads affalnst loss by diversion > ot freight rovenuo to gororn- > inent controlled lines, was or- > dared favorably reported to the > hotiso today ^hy the intcraiat* commerce commfttoe. '> �o-k Tribune, it was to this "''Hi ihHt_PrcsukMU^^NN iImui refer^^^^^^^^^ ^^^^^^^^^ Austria-Hungary, practical control of when ho .said: �Tako tho nuu, and look at it. �frmany has ahsolme ..^...^^^.-.^^^ ^^^^ ., o Bagdad-the bulk ot German her dreams contemplated when tlje Ball^an Statos. control J"-"'^^^-"^,(^11=;,,;^,^';;;^ the'wav frotu Hamburg to r;Ti;i::^^:^r;;t;:'n.:'^^t;i^^r ^ ^.u she has kept an that. pn the war hcjfau GETS A YEAR Regina. Feb. S.-For advising N.  has , Slalovanity. not to conform with the ;harrt labor. provisions of the Military Service Act. W. Tisanki. YorkKm. Saskatchewan. � been sentenced to one year at People's Forum \ ii :pbng soldiers strong Elarly in the -world-war cod liver oil was selected to fortify the health of soldiers against the rigors and exposure of camp life and to help build up enduring strength. IS THE ONE ) that actually guarantees the richest quality of pure Cod Liver Oil, and is skilfully emulsified to promote prompt assimilation -ivhich 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 drugs. and rendered his "Ode to the Haggis." Bobbie was well toa.*ted. Kvery6i|te sang Scotch songs and -Mr. Koheit-son danced "The Sailor's Hornpipe.'' A dunce followed, and everyone went luiiMc h.Appy in tho wee aimi' hours. -Miss A. Macfurllne enjoys being home again. Mr. tUirrie was very lucky ,to get his buzz wagon out of the tiro at Nobietord. Mr. Glasgow has been busy getting his ice in this week. Commerce band has been doing great work on dance music. They are looking forward to giving a dance soon. \ .Mr. .Nelson of Calgary, was a visitor here last week. Mr. K. Ruthie received a letter from his brother Jack. His friends will be interested to know that he, expects to leave for France soon. Communications under this must bear the signatiiies writers. . . heading ot  the WHITLA Miss Aileen McCarthy, (accompanied by her friend Miss Horspool) visit- tOSTSIT there Is nothing so soothing and healing as Zam-Buk. This great herbal balm allays inflammation, draws out sorenes.s, and reduces swelling. Those who have once used Zam-Buk for the treatment �f winter ailments say they would The- Final Type Phonographs It plays all records, Brnnsiwick. Putho and every American and foreign record mndc� and plays thenl better. No bother changil4g noedlOH. Tho Drunswlck is fitted with a anp-phlrc ball that never wears out. Prices range from $45.00 to S'^.iiOO.OO. Those bonatltm dear lone machines can bo seen and liuard at- ' A. Williamson's, North Lethbridge And at the offices of the district distributors PATTERSON & MiNNON � Union Bank Building, 415 Third Ave. S. y THE RAISE IN LIGHT RATES ! Kdilor of ilie HeraUr.- Dear Sir.-I beg space of you at this time to reply to .Mr. Barrowmau's letter, that we might start a wholesome discussion regarding our utili- Itit's. The. city ha.--, liougUt .several (From Our Own Correspondent) Whitla. Feb. A very pleasant evening was spent at the new home of Mr. C. 1. Freeman on January 29th. The entertainment being ca'rtls^ and dancing, after which a delicious lunchij was served. :Miss Ruth Richardson returned from the Medicine Hat Hospital Friday, where she underwent an operation for appendicitis. Her Whitla friends are glad to see her home againi -Mrs. E. J. Stevens, Jlr. and Mrs. H". C. .McDaniels, A. A. Strawbo, R. Ilill. V. S. SchuU-^ and A. Stachjaski re- i BO Other remedy, as experience proves that nothing can equal Zam-Buk for chapped bands, cold �ores, cold cracks and chilblains. It Is also invaluable for nil skin injuries and diseases. All druggists and stores, or Zam-Buk Co., Toronto. 50c. box, 3 for $1..�5. Send tc. stamp for postage on .free trial box. 1 utilities which we call electric light .. _..........._ plant, waterworks, street railway,-coal presented the Whitla Local at the C'al-1 mine, stables, etc., but which in real- S-'Jry U. F. A. converilioti. �� ' itv are onlv branches ot a business the "tdi fc Stuart's Pure Jam, Strawberry, �Mixed Pickles, sour nj' Raspberry, and Black Qr -, per bottle ............ iDC ; Currant. 4 Ib. pails.... .o(;the place of the Monday-wreck. ^ v. .SPRING COULEE QUALITY PHONE 667 SERVICE most companies that came to grief, that tiiey neglet:ted to lay tip a large enough surplus to carry them over tb�; reverses. Instead of paying- it -but in dividends to stock holders. But w^hile we do not expect to receive ourdivi-dends in money we do eijcpect iii:"time to receive benefit.s from min jj^tUitios in the way of cheaper ligiit tind water.  Ton may think that clty-tiwneil utill-ties do not need to bujld uij,n siirplus, but that has been-well answered by Commissioner Freeman Jbeggihg the people recently to vote Soi a generator, that he miglit be able toicarry-ou his work in connection witli.-that_d.epart-ntent and should our cily-istaliles; burn down, together with the horses, I'bavc no dou'ot but Commissioher Grace would hiive to pass the hat iiv order lo\\ replace them. ; A company Is usnall>;( startud by having a i-erlain amounji- of paid up capital., in proportion tw- tlie size of their hivsiness. Lethbridgo starts a coinpa.'iy, whi)f.e capital ran.'; Into the! (millions and did not put ^a-dollar Into j it, hut borrowed it all. w'hlch 1 have! no doubt has increased'-our capital ! e-vpendlliiro very materially, which all' heljis to increase the cofil of opera-! tion. . � ; |i I James J. Hill told the .'\iHerlcan pen- |ile about ten years ago that It they  ____ did not allow the railroads to raise ! ,f cross, Feverish, Si9^, Bilious, Clean (From Oiir Own iJorrcSDondenO Spring Coulee. Feb. 7.-Again- a Chinook has cleared'away the/;;i'iipw, (and'outside ot rather a heavy jjwlnd blowing at intervals) the weatllfj'.is ideal;  ...:?r Mr. George Culp returned lasli^^ven- 1 "SYR VE CHILD II FiFIGS" IF, 0NGUE1S COHtED Here's Another List of QUALITY GROCERIES that will assist the economical housewife to do her shopping tomorrow. It's economy to buy the best AUCTION SALE OF their rates; so they could,jteep prpper; ly eriuippcd, there would come a lime when the railroad companies would ba ! helpless. That time has conio, people ill Chicago freezing, coal mines worl;ing three days a week, no cars to he had. *" ,.' Put the utilities on a paying basis, and keep the profits to develop the Little Liver and Bowelc^ Children love this "fruit lax^clve,' and nothing else cleanses mnfler stomach, liver and bowels so nio|g|li[r,; -In dear aiilil Ciinada.'� f f.\' So MotJier don't be sighing, -I've got niy bit to do Although the sea's between ns, 1 always think of yon. ^ But if o'er that 1 remnvaealu,'-1 will utik nae iiialr'h((j,'/i[a"in,7; "Bin Helile (loon contlntoiir t - ' f' � In my dear Canadiun lio'ino.; ' I sleep or act naturally, breath.'is,?l)iul, i system full or (told. lias sore thf^at, ' stomach ache or diarrhoea, blalon, .Mother! See if tongue is coAted," lUen givo a teaspooiiful of "California Syr.up ot Figs," and in a few hours all, Ihe constipated waste, sour bile andifili](dl-goBled food passes out of the flyfit�!ril, and you have a well, playful - .clfy;)'.(Uim.6vi\i; ISyrup'Ctnnpiiiiy." �ufefi)�e nnv''-' , I kind with coiueiupt.^-Advertlsetueut Oranges, California Navels, per dozen. 60c,-TOc 80C Lemons, large size. per dozen........... JUC Bananas,. l^^li* per lb.............. ItiZC Caulitlower. 1 C*. per lb............... ItJC Rhubarb. OA per lb................ AiwC Jlead Lettuce. IKr per head............ IOC Hot House Lettuce. At\^ per ih.............. 4:UC . Celery J 1 O- per bunch ........... Xyt ' Spanish Onions. 3 for................. /^DC Grape Fruit. . 9CC_ Mixed^por pint ...... Cooking Onions. Ii lbs. for ........... CiuC Aunt Jeminu'H Panca)ce OA-Flour, per pkg, fciUC Sausage Roils. *?C*. 1 for ...... Trl-Pure Water. -i ort 5 gallon Jars........, l�U,\f Turnips, OC� �9 lbs. for............. LoC Carrots, Beets and Cab- OC^ bago, 7 lbs. for......... �iA>, Per tin .............. LvC Soap, Royal Crown, old OC-price, 5 cnkos for ... CiOC Sunllghj; or Gold Soap, CA^, , 7 cakes tor ......... OVC Kellogg's Toasted Wheat Biscuits. On sale this 1a, weolt.......'......... lUC Pineapple. Gold Bar or Llhhy's sliced. No. 2 tin. OA_ ICach ................. OUC Shredded Cocoanul. '^i' ">C^ sale this week, Ih.....�33C French Peas, on sale this /I C _ � weoU, 2 tins for...... flDC iCoffoo and Milk, Kolndoer Brand, 2 tins, O P . tor ....... ......... ODC Ammonia Powder. OC� !. 2 pkgs. .ZDC Bath Soap, largo cukes, regular 2 for 25c. On sale, � oC � for ............... C,OC Onion Suit and Garlic .Seasoning per shaker �i A ' r each ................ Z.UC Laundry Soap advanced 75o per case. Look up your stock and buy your roiiuiro-riients at the old price, this week only. � . II. J Sanillush. ', ' per tin .......... Infant's Deliglit Soap, per box ............ Egg Noodles, per pkg......... r.' Dill Pickles, gallon jars, each |....... Lobster, per tin 20c and ............ Lobst5er, in glass. Kach .....-......... Cream Mixed Candy, regular aOc � lb. On salo ' Ort*.  per ll>. ^UC Abernelhy Biscuit. per lb........... Overseas Biscuits, fancy, mixed. per tin. . each............... SVar Flour, per' sacli:,  uS lbs.............. Dutch Rusk, per pkg......i...... Succotash, 2 lb. tins ......... Asparagus Tips. per tin............ 25c 30c 15c 1.45 35c 45c 45c mixed. 75c 5.75 .20c .20c . 35c Limborgor Cheese. � per lb. ........ Brick Cheese. per Ib.....,,... Stolton Cheosn. , per lb......... IcgersoU Cream 2 for i.......... 50c 50c 35c 35c & CO. Phones 1453-1365 Family Gi'ocers Fifth Street S. ;