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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - February 9, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta Assiniboia Music Co., Ltd. 315 6th Str S. Phone 11-4;j Edison Phonographs. The New Edison and the Amberola. Full range cf Records. LEI i HERALD HOTEL WINDSOR EUROPEAN PLAN ( MEALS FROM 6.00 A.M. TO 8.00 P.M.  ^4 � Everything Good in the Meat Line for the Week-end BEEF, PORK. MUTTON. FOWL, ALL DIRECT FROM THE FARM. DELANYS MEAT CO. HrTH ST.'S. OPPOSITE DALLAS HOTEL PHONE 4 = 2 New Methodist Hymnals We have n complete assortment of these from the low price cloth cover to the limp leather. si!k sewn, India paper book. p THE KENNY & ALLIN CO., Ltd. NEXT DALLAS HOTEL V&tt4&*r Store PHONE 1487 Week-En New Laid Ecjgs, per dozen .................. 75c BrcoUfieid Eggs, put up in scaled cartons. Special per dozen................................ 55c A Fresh Shipment of Celery. Cauliflower and Heno; Lettuce- in today. Lowest market prices. Apples. GcOd cocking, Special 5 lbs. for......25c Apples. Finest B. C. Wagners. Yellow New tons. Black Twigs. Ontarioj, etc. All No. 1's. per case ................................... $2.45 No. 1 Delicious, por case................ . $2.75 Oranges, extra large size. Special value, per dozen.................................... 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 wfJJ be 5 cakes for..................25c Per case. 120 cakes......................$5.75 HIGH-CLASS GROCERS Frr.^h Dairy Butter, finest quality, per lb.... 50c Creamery Butter, Thistle Brand, per lb......50c Cixaincry Butter. Crystaf Dairy or C/overdale, per lb.................................... 55c Oleomargarine, first quality, per lb.........40c VEGETABLES Potatoes, extra quality, dry mealy, per cwt, $2.75 Cabbaqc. o lbs. for..........................25c O. C. Onions. 6 lbs. for .....................25c Pai snips. 6 lbs. for ........................ 25c Carrots. 6 lbs. for .......................... 25c Beets. 6 lbs. for ...w...................... 25c Turnips, 8 lbs. for ......................... 25c Canned Milk, Pacific Brand. Tall tins, quality equal to the best, per tin..................15c Ginger Snaps, Special 2 lbs. for.............35c Perfectly Sanitary Artistic 45' ^^^^ THE GOOD CO PHONE 5 25 AIRPLANES AND GAS ; TO FIGHT FORES! FIRE ! Ouls - ---  Parks Commissioner Has Vis- | Old contract: Still another Lethbridge young man j ions oi" Airplanes Dropping I* S.W contract Winnipeg Market Open*.  * .1 has won* a decoration for hravcry a> ! the front. Corp. \V. B. Shami. a we!! ' known voting man of the e!;v -who went across with the Canadian Engineer*, has been decorated wiih iho Military .Medal, accoMing to his father, .1. W. Shand or" the C.P.R. The Shand" family lives at tJ-P'i 7ih St. S. Smothering Gas { i May ... I Flax -use of air- j .May . . Barley- No's Montreal. Fvh. f1-The planes and iras as the most practical solutions of the ditfieulties of forest', .May ... protection was advocated at yester- t (l:!y"s sitting of the Quebec forest pro-j Oats - tective a-sociation at the Windsor Ho-1 No. ^ (\\\ * * + m i Cash Prices Close. SO a. Cure that Corn 13 You can get rid of your corns in a few d avs-an d No. :: C.W... S4�2 PLEDGE THEMSELVES TD SAVE THE SUGAR nv .1. H. Harkiu. I'ominioji park*' Extra No. 1 feed............... S4 J 1." No. -i c.w... lr.t'n., eonirmssioner. No. 1 feed ^lr. Harkin said; "! may be a vis- Barley- ionary. but T think thai it is possible [ No. C.W.. to manufacture a .eas that could smoth- I Rejected......................1-S or ike fire, i have visions of air-1 K1 ax - planes dropping ^as bombs on foreat i No. I N. W. C..................-'--S^ fin's in the not far distant future." ( No. 2 C.\V.. . :;J4-S No. ;.! V.W.. .s Calgary Live Stock be entirely free from corns in the future-if you'll use our Howard's Corn Cure J]I It is a harmless preparation. -J but it removes the eorn every time. You can wear your slices, and keep about your duties while the remedy is joosvning the corns. Ottawa. Feb. P.-Kejiresentaiive ! manufacturers, wholesalers, and re-: tailers in the province of Ontario deal-1 ing in chocolate, confectionery, bis-cuits and ice cream have pledged themselves to make such re-adjust- i ment in iheir business as may lie! necessary to effect a reduction in the I consumption of cane sugar. A suae-! mem signed by fifty dealers, inchnl-l iug all the larger concerns, has been received by the food controller. GREAT FRENCH Cal^arv Feb. J"t.-One car cattle ; ;opped the market at $10.7.r> Saturday. ] Thre-- loads of hogs brought $1S.-V'. ; Six lambs brought HI cents. j...... Winnipeg* Livestock ...... Wiutiipeir. Feb. i�. -Offerings today at the t'nion Stock Yards were 120 cattle and 211 hogs. Cattle and Uok markets ipiiet and the bull-: of the re- I ceipts were held over for Monday's j market. No outside buyers were on Louis Renault, a pev-j ihe market on account of the em- Price, 25c The Red Cross Drug and Book Co. Phone 555 ------ -- - ^ - - i - ^4*^ ^A^S*^^^.^^ V- anent delegate to The Hague peace bargo put on ibunal and international law adviser f February ft to _ . __ f * v v v v % v �; v   a DISCUSS RE-ORGAN!ZAT[ON V/ashington. Feb. 9.-President Wilson next week will call into conference Democratic and Republican senator;: to'discuss the impending bills to empower the president to co-ordinate departments for thv? successful prosecution of the war. The administration hopes the hill "will be passed at least in a modified form. Paris. Fell. P. m tribunal r-1 to the foreign office, died at Barbison > (yesterday. He had been connected c ; wirii every important negotiation of riie French government for upward of! years and notably in the negotra- ' Hons with Germany over Morocco. He! was one of the delegates of France at the Algericas conference and was a;-- 1 bv the railways from f 11. ! REFUSED AID. tive in the subsequent negotiations 1 An Irish Port. Feb. (By the As- J * > > �? > $ >i with Germany in li.�0S and is lb. M. Renault was known throughout i j Europe as an authority on alternation- ! sociated Press*.-A small fishing traw- ; jal law and French governments for a ) ler returned here Friday morninii ! ! generation had regarded him as one i without the 112 Americans it sought j of the soundest of counsellors. Re- j from here to take off from the north-? jeently lie had been studying a project j ern shore, which the Americans had for an international league of nation^ | reached in three lifeboats 14 hours The New Corn agic v after the war. 3 Dance and Whist Drive Under Auspices of the C. W. V. A. Veterans' Hall, February 11th At this dance the drawing for the Piano recently raffled will take place. THIS-WILL BE THE LAST DANCE BEFORE THE LENTEN SEASON. Admission 75 cents i after the Tuscania was *unk. ' j The skipper of the trawler told the j British commodore here that, the Am- f i erican captain in charge of the party i ! refused to embark his men on the | trawler because the little vessel did j not carry lifeboats sufficient to hold [ [ all the troops in case the trawler was | torpedoed; j On' the arrival of The trawler the i British authorities sent a larger j 'steamer to brinR the Americans to| ; Glasgow. This vessel has sufficient | j lifeboats to take care of the men i:i! ! rase it should run afoul of .submarine*, i I REBELS THREATEN i Firstaid Heart Shape Corn Plasters Fit Perfectly Relieve Instantly UNITED DRUG CO., BOSTON, U. S. A. This "Firstaid 'is an immediate aid, because tbe plasters absolutely remove tho corns* quickly and painlessly. They fit the corn exactly, and being waterproof, need not be removed while bathing.' Package of Four Plasters for 15 Cents at J. D. Higiobotham & Co Limited The Jtovm "Alberta's Pioneer Druggist*** Wholesale and Retail Chemist*. TELEPHONE No. 322 L � 1 h l> It Is Fitting that you should have us'do your tin and sheet nu-tal work, if you want lasting satisfaction. Our success has been due to our honesty of purpose in giving very job. large or small, the best, in workmanship, materials and general satisfaction,.!hat up-to-date iio'thods:, ruod'Tii .in. under the aus- ; ( pices of th|.. choir. General admission ] j one dollar for adults and fifty cents for children under 1(j yeyrs. /Tickets wi/I be on sale Monday morning, ( Feb. leili ai the following places: Hole j en son � ('o. Hook Store. .Jackson & ! t'o. Druv, Store, ArmstronK and Ka- ; worth v.elle.i-s aijfi from all mcmbor.^' j of ilic chuir I V. re CITY AND DISTRICT Safer for baby! Less work for mother! i Hospital Board. Gald^Hospital ,board will hold its ular meeting on Tuesday after* noon. An Early Record S. L. Chappelle reports that he oh- , J iair.ed a hatching of chirks on Jati-j uary 21st, believed to be an early j record. Right here in town ive are selling the prettiest and most practical low-priced floor coverings on the market. You 11 be especially pleased with the unusual ^beauty of the Congoleum Art-Rug patterns. They combine the two things most desired in modern homes-the truly artistic and the perfectly sanitary! Congoleum Rugs are beautiful btjth in design and coloring. They are wonderfully practical, being washable* waterproof and sanitary. They never gather dirt under them, because they lie flat without tacking. The edges cannot "kick up." Spokane Visitors t George Chew. V. AV. Hughes and F. ! W. Willan of Spokane are in the city i oil land business. Mr. Chew owns J land at Barons. Daughter in Lethbridge Thos. E. \\*ade. a well known Peter-boro contractor, is dead, lie was the fathe* of .Mrs. T. C. Ridpath. of this cuv. Consumers Hardware Company Want Rev. Hodgins to Stay | dea.h oi-currecl, ut Picture Buttr At a meeting- of the quarterly boanl ! �?a>- �t,12'? �* A'rs. rnink Me : the fnitod Church last night tl j Nab!., beloved wife.of Vrank McNabh. 1 tormerly of Lethbridge. Deceased wan ; ^7 years of age and well known In the __ i city. Jlcsidos the. sorrowing husband n . f n 'she leaves to mourn her loss her moth-, uut or uanger j or Mra> Mm ^filler of i^eth:*ridffo, t'our ; sifters, Mrp. Win. Hutton. Mrs. Win. i "McGreKor. Mrs. H, Morris, of L^th-bridKo and Mrs. Henshaw of South of the Cnited Church last night unanimous invitation for next year was extended to Rev. E. J. Hodgins. WAS TORPEDOED Gunner Ed. Simister. who has been i in the hospital in England suffering 1 from spinal meningitis, is reported out of danger, according to letters re-j ceived in the city today by relatives. Ciovernment May Make Another Protest to German Government Veterans Meeting There will be a meeting of the Veterans tomorrow afternoon at 2.**) in Hie club rooms. Every member is requested to be present as there is business of special importance. Africa and a brother John Miller, , , ^.-Official announce- here. The late Mrs. McNanb had two brothers who had been killed at the | mont was made today that the Span-front. Bertie and Jlmmie. ..The funeral will take place from the reXidence of Wm. McGregor, 1207 tfth ;Vve> N.. on Monday afternoon at 2.-I0. Rev. \V. F, Burns officiating. Smallpox at Queenstown ish si earner Sebastian, of 4500 tons, has been torpedoed while on.a voyage to New Yor�. The crew was saved. The Italian steamship Duca Hi Genuva, of 7893 tons gross, has been torpedoed. Ill is reported the vessel was "sunk only a mile off Murviedro Beach. The, Spanish minister of marine has asked the Valencia authorities to make a detailed report of the incident. 1!' the sinking is confirmed a protest will be forwarded to Berlin. The For Red Cross The Hon. Treasurer of the Red! Vulcan Advocate: Dr.- Knowles, Cross Society acknowledges with '�. Me-dical Health Officer for the Muiii-thanks the receipt of Silti.Ou donated | cipality or Marquis, reports various bv the Milk River Women's luHtttute. � of small pox in the Queenstown per Miss Lena Hunt, secretary. 1 district. The outbreak is fairly ser- __ j hnis and residents should observe New Sigrt and Paint Shop 'strictly any quarantine regulations in ; Spanish press considers the case as The Alberta Sign Works. .1. G. Lead-! order that the trouble may be-lcept in ! extremely serious, better manager, and the Honie Decor-j hand. There Is a stiff penalty for ) ,, ^ ____: a tors,  G. T. Drinkall, manager, have j opened a shop at 321 tjth St.. next! ---�- j.  door to the Herald and will lo all | Repair Weetminster Church j kinds of sign, carriage, auto and dec-i The people of the United Church j oi a tive painting. disregarding quarantine laws. Postponed Play Owing to the death of Mrs. F. Mc- I hqve decided to repair the old West-j minster church building which was i 1 damaged by fire a year ago. John | Marnoch has started a crew of men Xabb, the young people of the Cnited | on the work. The building will be Church have postponed giving the j used for Sunday school, purposes on play. "Our Busy Ladies' Aid," which j Sunday and for the general through they .announced for Friday next. It the "week activities of the church, will lie givAi at a f*