Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 13, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta
Asiinibbia 'Mttsic Cp., Ltd. 316 6th 8tr S. Phono 1B46 Edison Phonograph!. The New EdUon and' the Amberela. Pull range of Records. HOTEL WINDSOR EUROPEAN PLAN MEALS FROM 6.00 A.M. TO:B.OO P.M. OUR M^ATS GO to your Table DELANYS MfeAT CO. IpTH ST. S. PPPOSITE DALLAS HOTEL PHONE 452 We Feature g^^^^^ Remedies and Toilet Preparations Because after careful invcsllgatlon wc have fomui lliem to bo lUo most efficient and also the best value for the money of. any to he Iiatt. Lot us tell .vou more nboul (liesei jirojiai-ntlons ami too. li-t us gl,ve you a copy of Pen.slnr Ilealtii Hook'. lontaiulUK intorniutiou that � j'.9U should Iiave. It Is'Free, aslrtor It; THE KENNY & ALLfN CO., Ltd. NEXT DALLAS HOTEL PensTdr Store PHONE 1487 Youi' Table Requirement for Lent WILL BE WELL LOOKED AFTER IF YOU SELECT PROM OUR LiSt. PRICES ARE MORfe REASONABLE NOW tHAN WE EXPECT TO' SEE THEM ON A GOOD MANY Lir;E3 IN A VERY SHORT TIME. ,.; . � y Salmon. Sovereign, Nabob .-.nd Vlitcri.i Cro'a brards. All best socKeye in larnc sizs tins. Per tin ... .;;..................45c Same Brands, in small tins, each.........25c Yacht Briind.ccod qvmllty, large size tins, each ,10s .Deep Sea Trout, best quality, per tin........20c Albacore Tunra Fish, per tin .J.............. 15c Sardines. Kino Oscar, finest Imported, per tin 25e Royal Brand. NoKvefllftn. ner tin ............20c Brunswick, Cafnadian'pack, per tin .......... 10c Stripe, California pack..p�r tin ..............20e Lobsters, best branch, * >� �: WEDNESDAY NOW > : MEATLESS DAY > : Ottawa. Feb. 1':.-The food �> ? controller's regulations in re- > : spect to the serving of beet and ? ? bacon in public eating plitces > 4> have been amended, making ? ? Wednesday and Friday of each > ? week Canada's beefless and > ? j)ofkless days.instead of Tues- : > The change Is effective on and : t after tomorrow, the .\sh. "Wed- : u'esday beginning of the Lenten > ? . ' � > ? > > > > WAS NO FRICTION IN OVERSEAS VOTING Ottawa, Feb. i;!.-Major Harold Daly, who has been "over-i-.eas ill conhectlon ^ with the military vote', ha? returned to Ottawa. He states today thst the polls werehold without any friction either In England or France and that ft was anticipated the votini would go heavily in favor of the government. ? ? ? i ? Edmonton. Feb. 12.-The eJtftcuiive committees of the 8 unionist associations of the West Edmonton, E*St Ed-, 7nonton and Strathcona.const!tiiencies Old contract: / ' May ........ ... .. .^,�r7.'^' New contract: -^-^-��r"of $5.00 for the Belgian Relief Fund from Mrs. \i. C. Cranstoun, Nobletord. New Offices McCleuagban and Taylor, tractor dealers, have removed their office to the O. T. Latlirop Land Co. office. Sin-not Block, jtli St. S. C. O. F, Meeting . Tlic rfigular meeting of the Canadian Order of Forester."? will bo held in the K. of P. hall Thursday, February 14th at S p.m. Special and important business. Ple.ise attend. * rt'- We Make Chiiiiney Topr and extensions'o( all shttpeB-and , B.lzes. With them wo c'Ui'e amok-\ Ing stQVOB and furnaces and * eliminate detective drafts. If i your stove or furnace smok'es or ; doesn't burn properly bettor call iliB'ln to Bee what the trouble is. 'j'i\Ve have cured-.muny�a, similar ' trouble with one of our chimney JThe Dixon Sheet Mis^ Co. **R5AR STAFFORD BLOCK rHETHBRltfeE, ALBIRTA ........334^4 ; 334% CASH PRICES-Oats-No. 3 C.\V...SS% Mo. -3^e;W...SS% Extra 1 Peed V.'.'C". .CtSu No. 1 Feed.. .81% No.'2 feed'. .:.78'4 Barley- . ' h.T ^:fi No. 3 C.W... 160 No. 4 GAV.. .^155 Rejected and Feed . .v. ... A31 Flax- ' .- No. 2 C.W...326\i. ^fb. .3 C.\V-v,308% Calgary LlvMioc) Calgary. Feb. IS.'^Seviin tars of cattle and six car's ot hogs weirc received at the stock yards today. Prices are'steady, cattle bringing ?H and hogs $18.50. Winnipeg Livestock '� Winnipeg, Feb. 13.-Offerings today at the Union stockyards Were " 400 cattle and 1083 hogs. Onlyj) the liesl grades of butcher cattle are selling; low grades hards to dispose. >Iilogs steady at Tuesday's quotations.' Butcher steers, ?6.75'to |I2.00!' heifers, $6.50 to $10.50; cows,- H60 to $10.00; bulls. $5.00 to $8,00; �jAen, is.OO to $8.25; stockors and. feeders, $6.50 to $9.50; calv6s f6.50 to $1100. Hogs, selects, $18.25; heftvies; $13.50 to $14.75; sows, $12.00 to $18.00; light, 513.50 to $14.75 ANNOUNCEMENTS Concert In Wesley church b.v.i.cholr, Friday, February aSth! Public Invited J Silver collection , , ' 52 5 Yes, we are going. -Wh�i'e?,.,To llie Christian church. \Vhettcents for adults and 15 cents.for children, but It is worth three times'^hat much. iWell, I am going tOQ. ; ,� , - THERMOfiENf The English curative wadding for - /cough^, . colds, rheumatism, neuralgia, bronchitis; sciatica, etc., etc., etc. sbc A PACKAGE J. D. Higiabothan & Co . Limited ^y. 'Alberta's Pioneer DruggUts^ Wholesale and Retail Chemlata. TELEPHONE No. 322 Back From War Service It is unnouncod that Pte. Halkerson, iof Taber, and Pte. Lukey^ Lethbridge, i are tnembers of a party of returned i soldiers expected to re.Tch Calgary du Thursday morning. Mother Dies J. S. Smith, local manager ot tlic Hudson's Bay Co.. wires' from the coast that his mother had died there on Monday. -Mr. Smith left here last Thursday, arriving in time to see his mother before her demise. Takes New Farm A. C. Schnltz, of Lacrosse, Washing-,! ton, has arrived to take up his new' j farm at Grassy Lake. He e.xpects to crop 800 acres this j'ear. .Mr. Shultz is greatly pleased with Southern Alberta as a farming area./ K. of P. Tonight The regular meeting of Lethbridge Lodge No. 2, K. ot P. will Vo held to night in their Castlo Hall, Rank of Knight will be. conferred. All members requested to be present. Visitors welcome. Well Known Here Chaplain A. G. Wilken, CanadianH, prisoner at li'reiburg, has organized I theological, classes for Britisli prisou-j ers of warwho intended becoming J candidates for tiie ministry. Mr. Wil-;. kin is well known as a former mem-j bor of the Southern Alberta Anglican Mission. � ' Perfectly Sitnitary . Truly Artirtic Safer lor baby! Less work for mother! Right heie in town ^ve are and the petfectly sanitary I elTing the prettiest and most practical'. low- priced floor coverings oh the market. You'll be especially pleased with the unusual beauty of the Congoleum Art-Rug pat-cerns. They combine the two things moat desired in modern honies^the truly artistic Congoleum Rtigs are beauti� ful both 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." Consumers Hardware Company ( * CITY ANP DISTRICT - Funsral of Chinaman The funeral of Lang Way, a local Chinese resident who died here Monday at. the age.'of 39 was held this afternoon at three o'clock from McKay and McKay's'Undertaking parlors. Interment took' place In the Chinese plot ot thc.iMlners; cemetery, Ftf Red Cross The Hon.. Troos. of tho Red Cross Society, acknowledges with thanks a donation of $1^00 from the Rod Cross Society, Burdett, proceeds ot dance, etc. The statement thai; $81.00 was raised by .the sale of a cow given by Mr. Lomas'MWS erroneous, the cow having been'donated by'.Mr. A. C' Owens. . � Police hpre as bugler later going llogina artd-hacic to Calgary. to- They Want Positions : J. n. Oliver, secretary of tho returned soldiers bureau hero has roiVeived word, ffonj G. R. Dolan.-in charge ot the Iristltute'of technology at Calgarv: that'ho has two motor mechanics who have completed their course, and fivu steam' and- gas engineers who have almost completed their . cqur.ies. All these men are returrioil soldier.'? and anyone wishing to aval! thomselvon of the services of those men should write Jlr. Dojau. Bowville Farmer Dead The death occurred in the city this morning of Steven Albert Wyman, aged 4ft, a farmer of Bpwville. The remains which dre at. McKay and .McKay's, parlors will be sent to Cai--raangay whence, they .will "be taken to Bowville cemetery-.. for. interment. Tho Odd iTfel^bws will have charge of the funeral the llnie and place of which "win be announced later. Knights Khorassan Officei^s. The following .officers have been elected for Ofnar" Khayyam Temple No. 141, Di-amatlc Order Knights of KliD.-assan tor the year, 1918: Royal Vizier, Lewis Lundy; Grand Emir, Andrew Neidlg; Sheik, .A. F. Kealey; Mahedi, Sim A. B." 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