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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 8, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta iDISOM PHONOGRAPHS MS1NIBOIA MUSIC CO, LTD. 111 South Phone IMS DAILY HERALD mm mm-KI EUIIKC co Phone 1448 1248 Fifth Avenus 8, VALENTINE We have iust received our shipment of Unes and wo know ibat you will be had here. very latest Vaksi- tht? offerings to alsobsve a complete line of comics. Come in anl At THE KENNY ALL1N CO, Ltd. S Store NEXT HOTEL MODELBAKERY PHONE 1175 AND HAVE THE DRIVER CALL. N. J. SCHWEITZER License Number 5-1763 IT PAYS YOU TO PAYCASH AND CONCENTRATE BUYING A ortst many people have and are still proving this every .dny. By disposing of our delivery and supping the credit business we have greatly redyc d our overhead txpenses. -This saving we havt de- ducted from the price of the goods and people fro n all directions at far as 1W miles and more aro taking advantage of our very low Here are Jjst a few of the prices. WACSTAFFE'S BLACK CURRANT JAM, 4 Ib. tins, price each SSc UNFITTED EVAPORATED APRICOTS, 10 Ib.' boxes, per box SI.20 No. 1 ROMAN BEAUTY APPLES, per ease POTATOUS, extra fine white dry mealy ones, per 100 Ib. sack .........I................. jl.60 CABBAGE, good solid winter stock, per 100 Ib. sick J1.75 .ONIONS, per 100 Ib. ssck J2.90 FULL UST OF PRICES, GET OUR LATEST THE GOOD CO., LTD. HIGH CLASS GROCERS Fooi Board License No. 8-559 TWO STORES address by Stephens and parting by ihe members ol tbo party. Like tke Healing Breath of the Pines. SOLDIER SETTLERS AND THE TARIFF 4 Fell. closc'l for May and He tower for July. Barley higher for May and lower ior JuljO Flax closed 3'ic higher for May. i Winnipeg Markets Open Clo.-e July Hon. C. A. Punoiner in The Sas- katchewan Legislature, as reported in [Tile Sastatoon An iUuslration of hi? contention ot Barley- May SI July May 2 C.W...I ka. 1 Feed...; s'o. 3 l X.W.r. 2 C.W...296V. Cash Prices Tomorrow Is lo be the last day of thg union evangelistic that has been conducted Kev. H. U Stephens and party during the. last sU icWta in I.elhbridze, Possibly the abase ot the tariff, Mr. Dancing the-city of Letnliridge bas never be-j made relerenre to the project of the fore teen EO stirred in' the matter of I Federal Government to advance money religion, for and against as it has to the soldiers at 5 per cent, to enable been at this time. Stirring famous .them to settle on the. land. When the fcave Leen given against sin and for-' soldier started out on his larm, he siiElity on the one hand and on the i desired, he would find that while the acceptance of Jesus Christ and the Government was lending him money full surrender to God on the other, i at S per ceiit.. was being penalized TtosorrOTY -Die fruit ot these messages Per cent, additional for the pri- is wing to lie shown lo some extent i vilege of bonding his house willUum- N at least. 'At 10.30 a.m. a uaion service bar. If he decided to 6-Jilii with orick he Wesley ctarrii. and, he was soaked 30 per cent. As much been j converted, rcslorei or made lull sur-' the nails that he used in the construe- cars of cattle and 73 bogs offered, render are invited to be present sad I1'0" of nolne OQ lde prairie. His prices unchanged. Top steers ui> to 01 copy special reservation made! sashes and doors were an excuse to butcher, f 11.00 lo S12.00; i mulct him of another per cenu heavy cows, IS.50 to heifers, jand cent, would be charged to SS.50; stocfcers, SS.OO to J Feed C.W...72H Xo. 3 C.W.. .276'; Calgary Livestock CALGARY, Feb. A light run of for them. The pastors desire that all of their o'ficerai members and work- ers lie lo-welcome new ur against him for the privilege of us-. 510.00. Select hogs, 513.W, off cars. recruits to- Cod. At iso p.m. a great! doors to keep out the mos-1 mass meeting will be held (for every- .m.. i i ivhfcii tJie sc buy furnishings for Soothes Irrifyted nrollchial Conditions and Promptly Believes COUGHS, COLDS, HOARSENESS And other affections of tlio "'V'lc Pino in combination with Eucalyptal, Menthol and other valuable rem- edial agents. Contains no Prices 25c and 50c RED CROSS DRUG BOOK CO., LTD. Sherlock Bldg.; LelhbrJdge Phone's body, and Her. Stspbeca "will give stlrnag missionarj- address- on "Loot .on the Is' scores of young: twple vttl -be pres- ent. At 1 pjn. the cam; bronslit to 2. close by a wife came Jo j her house she FIRE LOSSES TORONTO, Feb. Mone- j Tfo'uTd tiafl she must contribute spec-i taty-Times estimate of Canada's 1 ial lerv to ihe Eastern iclerejis on fire Ioss Curing January, 19ly, is compared with CITY AND DISTRICT BUSINESS PHONES 1212 Valentine Dance The G. V. A. will hold a Valen- tino dance the evening ot Friday, February 14. You Cannot Forget.. Our Phone No. is 191S S Supply fo. OFFICE Vets' Meeting local post orficc luat the Lcthbrlilgo oflico has nl last officially placet! on Iho list of. firsl-clpLSS offices from ArrJI 1. This takes it out A. will be held Monday nlgnt in tlie A general meeting, ot the G, V. of tho semi-staff class of post office, win Mnnrtav nlpiit in aatl puts the on a stricUy civil service basis, wltli annual increases imtil tho Is reaclicxl. Some increases immediately as a re- sult of the announcement, and these are retroactive till April. ANNOUNCEMENT Promotion fgr Banker y. TJ. accountant in the Bank Commerce here, lias teen promoted to the position of manager of tbe branch at CrosstieUI. To Sing at Concert Mrs. Currie, of Medicine Hat. is to sing at tbe concert ot the Veterans at the Colonial on Sunday evening. Her selection will be "Joan of Mrs. Currie Is a veil-known singer. Is in France T. formerly of The Her- ald, novr private secretary to Hon. A. L. Sifton. is now in France with his chief, vho is attending the reace conference. Committed Sydney Drown, Roger Cline and John Shalowsky appeared btfore Supt, Pennefalher yesterday and were com- mitted for trial on a charge of jail- breakinj. NO MATTER PARTJC- LTLAR YOU ARE Our Phone Service WILL PLEASE YOU R. COULTRY Phone 492 The Alberta Hal Market Canada Fobd.Boatd License Number 8-23633. 9V, for December, 191S, and for January, 1918. FISH! Fresh, frozen, salted, Scotch cured style, smoked and all oth- er varieties of shell iisU and fresh water fCsh; We liave an agent In Vancouv- er -Tljo inriH ship to MS every second day, so custemers are assured tsst ffah. WEJALSO HANDLE GROCER- IES, .BUTTER, EGOS, POULT- RY, VEGETABLES AND ALL KINDS ;'OF CANNED FISH. Bring your butter, eggs and poultry lo us, we'pay caan. THE VANCOUVER FISH "MARKET- "Vkre deliver ail'orders, .Coalrfale Block' Phone 34B food Cor.trel Llcenie Applied tbs bed, blankets and the counterpane, even on the hairpins she must jiav an additional par cent. If she required a little jeweiry she must con- tribute 42it'per cent., and the same thing was true of alt the articles she would require to feed her husband and herself, MxC Dunning quoted a-long list of staple arttclis necessary for everyday nse for which contributions were levied for the.privileged classes 'ranging irom-IVi to cent. The'Epeaber went oa to say that the' same thing was true when it came to thti purchase oE clothing, only li _ tulations could be marie it would he I found that the tribute ou articles ot i 1 apparel was even greater than on 1 plctrients; acd' these were things which constituted a personal drain on the fanner's pursue the year round, 1 This was. Tipt the worst, however, for to these contritmlions, levied for. the benefit of the interests, must be added the percentage required hy the manufacturer plus the amount re- quired by the 'jobber. The wholesaler j required his percentage on what the jobber paid, and then there was the retailer to be satisfied. Taking all these additions, he maintained that the toial levy demanded of vhe farmer ijwaa fully ad per cent, increase on the cost of practically everything when the cumulative effect on the process waa taken into consideration. HUGE AMOUNT OF MEAT IN COLD STORAGE. WINNIPEG, Feb. than pounds of foodstuffs are lying in cold storage in Winnipeg today, p. B. Tuslin, chief of the cHy food division, announced, RAVAGES OF FLU WINNIPEG, Feb. frtm Cross Lake, eight miles north of Winnipeg, indicate that tht ravage of Influenza has nearly depopulated the Indians of that dfst'rict, virtually one of them having been stricken with the malady. J- rffe ill WANTED Good Sou id Mite Potatoes Immediate Delivery. F. 0. HYDE AND CO, Lcthbridge WE WILL PAY YOU TOP PRICES FOR YOlfR FURS Hidei, LtTMiRIDOE HIDE, PELT FUR LTO. Rear C.P.TU Telegraph Ollkej Cor. Are. 6th Street S PhonM! Offies 799; 326 Standard Where is it? Toil won't that question if. you.use any of Ihe following according to your needs. Vertical Filing Cabinets. Box Filet. Board Filet. .Card Index or Card Iflrfex Recipe Box "The Office Stationers" ROBERTSON'S BOOK STORE 'PHONE 1265 LETHBRIDOE HOTEL BLOCK YOU WILL NEED GOOD HAY and OATS for your spring work. Gnt sup- ply' now. We- have a limited quantity of the BEST TIMOTHY HAY AND EXTRA Mo. 1 FEED OATS Carload lots and less; Prices cis application. SAUNDERSHAYAND GRAIN CO. 1221 MO AVE, 3. PHONE 732 ALTA.' Colonial Theatre SUNDAY Next at 8.45 Under Direction of Corporal J. E. Thompson SpleniW lotal talent. Mrs. w. Curry of Jlcdlclna Hat will sing. Jloys iinder fifteen are kind- ly asked to allow all iaijies lo secure seats hclore they secure them. Sweet Tooth Gratification Neilson's Bijlk Chocolates opened :tms morning. Fresh and ciehcioiK. Chocolate Oifcped -Brazils. Cherry Fruit. Raspberrx. Peanut Ciuster, Cr. Filberts. Maple Walnuts. Snowballs.- Honey Nougatr'- Vanilla.-----' Whipped 'irtani. Filbert Cluster. Gtn. Wsinat. Milk Ginger Fr'tir. 75c PER POUND J .D .Higlottiani Co. Limited Start "Alberta's Pioneer Wholesale ana Retail Phon< 1515 and 322 Take Part In Services The United church congregation will take part ill Iho united service at church tomorrow morning. The members and adherents will please bring their regular church of- ferings to the service. SKATING! AUDITORIUM RINK WILL BE OPEN MONDAY NIGHT With Band in Attendance. All Skaters 25c FURS We buy them! And wliat's more, we nay Dominion Fur Co, Dealers in Hides 'and PelU. Ba-.k of McKlllop's Sixth street 8. Phones: Office 1955; Res. 70! Remanded Jlorris Bilmaz, the Boston Kid, wtio iras fined and cosla on a vagrancy charge the other day, appeared before Magistrate Invln In' (he city police court tljis morning. He was remand- ed for a weeX with the option of get- ting out ot town or going to Jail II ho appears again. Join the LIBRARY EXCHANGE at EVERAI.L FRANKS SOUTHARr, BLOCK Thfrd Avenue South It is Easier to say read Please THAN TO BAKE-AND THE FAMILY, INCLUDING THE BREAD BAKER, WILL BE PLEASED, JOHN LIMITED, BAKERS Jtov. John Sillak, Lutr.craa pastor of Medicine Hat, Is in town looking afler the spiritual welfare ot hU co- religionists ol Eslhonlan, Kinnlsli, Let- tish, Jtussiau and Slovafclan nation- alities. AJ1 Lutherans ot tliese nation- alities TV ill be served la1 their oivn ranguagcs. Call at or voile to 5D2 19th St. Nr. Post offico Box 15'.'. You must not miss hearing "Tuo Worst Is Yet to compliments lo ex. Kaiser sung most by Billy Murray. Hear this at the- Willis Piano Store, 707 Third Are. Card of Thanks During our recent wo desire to express our thanks to all who made our bunlcn lighter, 'to those who sent flowers- to brighten tho room, the faithfnl attention oMha doctor anil nurses, anJHhe earnest, faithful Chris- tians of churches w'Jio gathered In churches and parsonages and earneatJy petitioned God for my speedy recovery, and 1 believe I am here in answer to your prayers. May God help that we may be of better while ou a teat flight from McCoo'k pen-ice to and 'Mrs. Oliver Field, fell 200 feet and wai immedi- L. Curtis and Landon. ately killed. Born Mr. and Mrs. Win. Piper, of Koremost, 7th. a son. on Thursday, Febm 60-1 Lieut. Gravanni Plerell, aged 23, of the aerial service ot the Italian army. Soldiers Return n Dickinson, of the Mounted Po- lice, Lcthbrldge, and W. H. Matkin, Cardston; :E. J. Thompson and A. S. Hart, Macleod. and B. Klcrnan, Cran- brooh; reached Lethbridge yesterday from oversea 5. Get Certificates Ethel Parter, Jeanne Halo and Iva JIcDowell, students of the Garbult Business College, have been awarded certificates for proficiency in pen- anshlp by Meeera. Zaner ft Bloser, publishers of magazines and tests on penmanship. No Men's Meeting at "Y" Sunday There be no Sunday men's meeting at the "Y" until February 10, when Oapt. Dcnoon Trill he the spe- cial speaker. The postponement of the meeting for February 10th has been- made by request in order not to detract from the mass meeting at Knox church. The Forum Sunday, February 9th Speaker, Dr. Rivers "PROGRESS IN PRISON REFORM" MR. LEO COOMBS IS IN CHARGE OP-THE MUSICAL PROGRAM THERE WILL ALSO BE SOME PICTURES AGAIN. PLACE, STARLANP THEATRE Doors Open at 2.45 pleturts Start at 3.00 pjn. Humbert'of the Speaker's Commltes rscjasstii) to remain behind f after the. meeting. OUR HOMEMADE BREAD and CAKES Equals thq best anil are better than the rest. Phono and have our rig call, Home-Made Bread, and NORTH LETHBRIDGE BAKERY LIcente'No. 5-2619 Phone 1307 Go to Winnipeg Members of the notary Clulj who left last night far Winnipeg ic attend Ihs conferenefi of Uil3 dia'lrfcl on Sunday, Monday and Tuesday aro President naalim, Secretary Spooncr, Kai' Daviiison, George D. JIacKay, George Dixon, George Fleming, Harry Aleiander, Joe Hawclcn, Harry Clarko, They irllt return about neil Thursday nlStit. First-class Office Now Word lias Jnst been received at the THE SANITARY BARBER SHOP Weatbrook Bros Opooitte Bank of OUR MILK DRIVERS WILL NOT START pUT SO EARLY in the morning cold weather, as the frost is very apt to break the bottles before the customer takes them inside. Customers not receiving tholr milk as early BH usual, will know that the delay is not accidental. SPECIAL FOR SUNDAY DESSERT Table Cream m Pint Tomorrow, ,per 25c CRYSTAL DAIRY, Limited Phone 1576 EVERALL FRANKS POR Office Stationery am Supplies Pftl.VTI.Vq, PAPER RUU.VO AND BOOK BIND1.VO. llooks nnd Magazineg ncliounil, SOUTHARD BLOCK THIRD AVENUE 400TH ;