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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 9, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta Asiiniboia Music Co.) Ltd. 331B.�th fitr S.. Phone 1545 |v . Editon sPhonosrapha. The New Edison and I ;the Amberola. Fu',1 range of ^5cco^ds. LETHBMIDGE 0AILY HERALD HOTEL w^iNbsok BUROPBAN PLAN; MEALS FROM 6.00 A.M. TO 8.00 P.M. Everything Good in the Meat Line for the Week-end BEEF, PORK, MUTTON, FOWL, ALL DIRECT -FROMTHE FARM. DELANYS MEAT CO. f-\FTH ST.^S. . OPPOSITE. DALLAS HOTEL PHONE 452 New Methodist Hymnals We have a complete assortn:\ent of these from the low price clolh cover to the limp leather, silk sewn, India paper book. p THE KENNY &^ALLIN CO., Ltd. : ft : > RE-ORGANIZATION ? ? ? ? ? > Montreal, V^b. 9.-The use ot airplanes and gas as the practical solutions of the dittlcultles ot forest protection was aUvocatecl at .yester-days sitting of the Quebec forest protective association at the Windsor Hotel, by J. B. Harkiu, Bominlon parks' commissioner. Mr. Harkin said: "I may be a visionary, but I think that, it is possible to manufacture .i as that could smother the fire. I have visions of airplanes dropping gas bombs on forest fires in the not far distant future." GREAT FRENCH W^ii^k-Ejld Specials Nov.. Laid Engs, per doieh.................. 78c , BrookfieltJ Eafl�. put up Jh sealed c.irtona. Special per dozen ................. 56c A Fresh Shipment of Cciery, Cauliflower .ind Hea((, Lettuce In today. Lo%^est market prices. Apples. OoBd coekino, Special 5 lbs. for......25c Apples, Fino&t B, C. Wagners. Yellow Newtons, Black Twigs, Cntarloa, etc. All No. I's, per c.ise 'J*.............................. $2,45 No. 1 OeliclouB, t>er cafe ................. %Z.7h Oranges, extra Isiroe size. Special value, per dozen .................. 75c jSoap, Lennox Brand laundry. This is an exception-.1) good today's.cost we would have to sell It at 4 cakes for SBc, For a short time our price will be 5 cakt's for ..................25c Per case, 120 csfkea ____...........$5,75 HIGH-CLASS GROCERS THE GOOD Fresh Dairy Butter, finest quality, per lb..,. 50c Creamery Butter, Thietle Brand, per \\>......50c Creamery Butter, Crystal Dairy or .Cloverdale, per lb.................................... 68c /.Oleomargarine, first quality, per lb. .,...... 40c VEQETABLES Potatoes, extra quality,, dry mealy, per cwt, $2,75 Cabb,ige. 6 lbs, for..........................2Sc B. C. Onions, 6 Ibi, for ..................... 2Sc Parsnips, 6 lbs, for........................ 28c Carrots, 6 lbs. for,.......................... 25c Beets, 6 lbs, for ...................... 25c Turnips, 8 lbs, for.......................... 25c Cai\nod Milk, Pacific Brand, Tall tins, quality equal to the beat, per tin..................15o ; Ginger Snaps, Special 2 lbs, for...........,, 35c PHONE 5 25 y Cure that � Oats Old contract: May ......... S'ew contract: May ......... July........ Flax-May ... ..... Barley- May Winnipeg Market Opeif. Close. 85 333 H Washington, Feb. 9.-President Wilson next week will call into conference Democratic and er the president to co-ordinate m6dlfied form. -Louis Renault, a pev-manent delegate to The Hague peace tribunal and international law adviser to the foreign office, died at Barblson yesterday. He had been connected with every important negotiation of the French government for upward of liO years and notably in the negotft-tions with Germany over Morocco, Ha waa one of the delegates ot France at the Algericas conference and was active in the subsequent negotiations with Germany In 190S and 1910.' M. Renault was known throughout Europe as an authority on international law and French 'governments for a generation had regarded him as one of the soundest of counsellors. Recently he had been studying a project for an international league ot nation^ after the war. .......... 160 Cash Prices Oalti- No. 2 C.W... No. 3 C.\V... S4�ii Extra -Vo. 1 feed....../........ S4 No. 1 teed .................... S0�4 Barley- No.-3 C.W...l.i5'4 No. 4 C.\V...I50V:, \ Rejected......................128 j Flax- i No. 1 N. W. C..................,12SV; No. 2 C\\V...324a.s .Vo. 3 C.W...307'^ / Calgary Live Stock Calgary, Feb. 9.-One car cattle topi.-Offerings today at the Union Stock Yards were 120 cattle, and 211 hogs. Cattle and hog markets quiet and the bull? of thp, re- \ ccipts were hold over, for Monday's ' j market. No outside buyers were on the market on account ot the embargo put on by the railways' from February 9 to 11. REFUSED AID. OF ^ You can gef'ricl of youv corns in a few days-and be entirely free from corns in the future-^jf you'll use our Howard's Corn Cure f][ It is a harmless prepuyition. ^ but it removes the corn every time. . , *I You can wear your shoes ^ and keep about your duties while the remedy is _^ooaening the corns. ;, ' Price, 25c The Red Cross Drug ^ and Book'?0. CITY AND DISTRICT ^ Hospital Board. OaWHospitnl ,board will hold its cegulnr meeting on Tus^riay afternoon. An Early Record " S. L. Chappelle reports that he obtained a hatching oE chicks on January Slst, believed to be nti early record. Spokane Visitors George Chew, V. W. Huglies and F. W. Willan of Spokane are in the city c5n land business. Mr. Cii-JW owns IftHd at Barons. Daughter in Lethbridge Thos. E. \rnde,(a well known Poter-boro contractor, i^ dead. >Ie was the father of Mrs. T. C. RIdpath, of this city. Want Rev, Hodglns to Stay , ,At,a meeting of the quarterly board of the United Church last night a unanimous invitation for ne.xt ' year wils extended to Rev. E. J. Hodgins. Kuowlfts, Medical Health .Officer for the Muiil-oipttlity ot Martiuis,- reports various cases of smalhp'pz iri the Queenstown district. The outbreak is fairly serious and rfesidents''should observe .strictly ariy quarantine regulations In order^ that, the trouble may b&-1tcptiln hand.  There is-a stitt penalty tor rtisregai'ding qilarantine laws. �Rejaalr Weetniinster^ Church The people of the ..United Church h^ve- decided to repair the old Westminster church building which was damaged by fire ajyear ago. John Marnoch'has started; a crew of men on the �jl-ork. � The building will be used for Sunday school, purposes on Sunday ' and , for the' general through the 'week activities \ of  the church. Tlie building will ;be reopened in throe or four; weeks; Government May Make Another Protest to German Government ; ?i JIadrld, Feb. 0.-Official announcement was made today that the Span-isli steamer Sebastian, of 4500 tons, has been torpednfid while ou,^a voyage to New Yor^. The crew.was saved. Th(j Italian Bteatriship Duca ; Di, Genava, ot 7893 tons ^roas. has been torpedoed. Itl is reported the vessel was iiunk only a riille off Murvledro Boach. � , ' The Spauisli minister of maririe ha.' $3.50 up. Phone 5S2 Miss Knapp ROOM 6, DOMINION BLDQ, ' Gus Neldlg in Hospital Mrs. dua Neldlg of San .lose* California, writes friends in the giiy that ' her husband, who is well known hero, j recently met with an accident which j resulted in his being sent to the hos-' Dltal in San Francisco. He is sltll (there and will be yet for two or thrfce I weeks; Mrs. Neldlg sfatos that any i mall tor her husband should Ve' ad-I dressed to 73 Maingolia Ave, San Jose, Gal,. - . -7-- - la ',;\�rNit/a., BuiuDii '0WB�9^-D>N(S � A RAILVyAV SUPPLIES & EQUIPMENT ,,4'-, OEM.O.C 7 ' . MENTS. 0EWI0.CHAT9  AUTO Tf?AIL-^R8 ' CUUTIVAT0R8 . e(?4Pr.R. tNGIflgl PHONE 178�-:-TAKE A BLUE LINE CAR ANNOUNCEMENTS Tht; indies' aid at .V.St:;,'.Patrick's church will hold a sbclal'.isvening in the Consurvatory of -Muqic hall un Monday evening, Feb. lltU., CarOs will commence promptly, ai 8,30;' Thore will be a danco anil jjiaBket social held in Hyssop's' school .on Momiay night, February'U'tli. � �� � � � '5t'~2 Cherniavaky Trio'l^ecllal lU' Knox Presbyterian church, Letlibriage, February aSth at 8,30j>.ra. undortho.auB-pices of the choir. , Qonerttl radrajHsigin one dollar fov udullS'�aijd.^tltiwxonts for cUlldron under l,6,-y�iti;B. iTi'f!R>ii�n�i14?'J�^ Jl/^Y FOR SALE . CARLOADS OR LE�S, -TIMOTHY, UPLAND, ALML-FA,", MIXED TIMOTHY AND| ALFAUFA AND STRAW. cArEFUL ATTENTION TO ; ALL ORDERS, PROMPT SHIPMENT / ' WRITE OR WIFfE US FOR PRICES. Saunders Hay & T^J'Grain Co. I'i'1221 2nd Avenue South  Telephone 732 Another GraJit Threat In Store for Emp'reis Patrons Monday,, -^i- Next . � Kl "THE MASQUEiOI^IFE" In'7. Powerful Acts �y^.'i FOtt S/ViLE JUTE SACKS � i' 6r�Jh. *nd\Potato " ' Car'arrrvrng't'hls week. IP. 6. HYDE & CO. Phone 1244 > Lethbridge 5; ;JROR Fl^ftJ^CLAS? TUOVvorybosl }S us iiourtas ' your jolophpno.  ' �, , R. COULTRY The Alberta Me^t Market MaybeWl STATIONERY WRITING PADS, . FOOLSCAP PADS, * ' LEGAL PADS,, SCRIBBLING'PADS; NOTE PAPER, Boxetlor in bulk, INITIAL 8TATI0N��V, v ENVELQPES: OFFICE 5UPPUES-. STENOGRAPHER'S NOTE BOOKS, FILES, WASTE PAPER BASKETS,* Wire or Wicker. CARBON PAPER, TYPEWRITER PAPER, SECOND SHEETS, TRACING PAPER, DRAWING SETS. DIXON'S DRAWINO^ / PENCILS, ' ADDING MACHINE ROLL*. ^ BOOKS STANDARD WORKS, \ POPULAR FICTION, ' NON FICTION . REPRINTS, ' r PAPE.R BACK NOVELS, OXFORD BIBLES, 'PRAYER .AND PRAISE, � KNIGHTS OF.COLUMBU8 PRAYER BOOKS, � .ETC,'ETC. 'r,, "Everybody'! Book Shop" .\ 514 4th Avenue .', Phono 613 WpP|bAUZE W OFHCE EQbpiENT . Typowfllors,'Of flop Furniture, Filing Cabinets, Adding Machines, Chouk/ WrlterjurUlarlos, .I.ioa90 I.oaf Systonis, LeBul Fprnts, Counter Cheok Bopkli, Gorporato.SealSi Stock lleglstej''Books, Stock CerUncatoB A tine line ,Uf oftico Btatlonorj^. " ; ,Wo