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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - February 13, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta \ Assiniboia Music Co., Ltd. 315 6th Str S. Phono Edison. Phonograph*. The New Edison and the Amberola. Full range of Records. HERALD HOTEL WINDSOR european plan meals from 6.00 a.m. to 8.00 p.m. sonar � OUR M&ATS GO I! Direct from the farm to your Table Your Table Reamrem WILL BE WELL LOOKED AFTEfi JF SON ABLE NOW THAN WE EXPECT TIME. YOU SELECT FROM OUR LIST. PRICES ARE MORE REA-TO" GEE THEM ON A GOOD MANY LfN.ES IN A VERY SHORT i Perfectly Sanitary Truly Artistic DELANYS MEAT CO. riFTH ST. S. pPPOSITE DALLAS HOTEL PHONE 4r2 We Feature Remedies and Toilet Preparations Because nfter careful investigation we haw found Wwiw > b most efficient and iilso tho best value for tho n:on lb. tins, each .......35c Lobsters, best brands, in glass, each ........ 50c Clams. Sea Gull, per tin .................... 20c Dry Shrimp, per tin........................ 20c Cove Oysters, 1s. per tin . . . !............... 20c Cove Oyster, 2s, per tin ................... 35c Fresh Oysters. Owing to the cold weather and storms we have not had any for a couple of weeks, but we arc advised that a shipment is to come in today or tomorrow. We expect shipments in regularly after this. New Laid Eggs, a few coming in daily. j -"�Si* HIGH-CLASS GROCERS THE GOOD CO PHONE 5 2 5 1 �*. t* : >  > > ? > WAS NO FRICTION IN OVERSEAS VOTING I" SEll FORD TRACTORS ' AT COST TO FARMERS Ottawa. Feb. 12.-The government has purchased a thousand Ford tractors-at cost. They will be sold to Canadian farmers also at cost plus freight. Details of freight costs have not yet been worked out, it is estimated that the average cost to the farmer, including freight, will be about $800. In addition, the government has secured options on another thousand of the Ford tractors. SEIZE THE BOOKS OF INT. BIBLE STUDENTS rhlof oi' Poliee ruddy and asked his advice. "Destroy the books." he siiiil. and to make sure that al\\ who has been * overseas in connection with the military vote, lias returned to Ottawa. Me states today that the polls were held without any friction either in England or France and that it was anticipated the voting would go heavily in favor of the government. *7� *.* CITY AND DISTRICT "i /A Safer for baby! Less work for mother! Montana Sheepman Here i J. F. Tay lor. t he Con cud, Mom ! sheepraneher, is in the city. � i v ? v > �> > �> v v v v * Calgary. Feb. 13.-About 4u0 books 1n the office of the Internationa! Bible Stttdetits here were confiscated by the r city poliee today in conformity with the censor's order of yesterday. The members of the association waited on WEDNESDAY NOW MEATLESS DAY Ottawa. Feb. 11'.-The food coiuruIierY- regulations in respect u> the serving of beef aud bacon in public eating places have been amended, making Wednesday and Friday of each week Canada's beefless and pcrkless days instead of Tuesday and Friday, as heretofore. The change is effective on and after tomorrow, the Ash "Wednesday beginning of the Lenten period. v A a a Kdmonton. Feb. 12.-The e\ecuiive| conmiittees of the :� unionist associations of the West Edmonton. East Ed-, monton and Stratlicona constituencies have adopted resolutions oi* protest against the appointment to the senate of W. H. Harmer. deputy minister of telephones of this province, to Sir Robert Borden. The protests are sent in behalf of all the supporters of the government of the recent federal elec-' tion and have been-aent on by .wire. ? : : a a a v a RKETS Novelties for St. Valentine's Day; We have a complete assort-inoui of Ue.miisou'? Valentine Novelties consisting of - VALENTINE PAPER CAPS, VALENTINE LUNCHEON SETS. VALENTINE PAPER PLATES. VALENTINE PAPER NAPKINS, VALENTINE CREPE PAPER, VALENTINE CANDY BOXES, (Favor Size.) VALENTINE SEALS. VALENTINE CUTOUT CUPIDS, VALENTINE CUTOUT HEARTS. The Red Cross Drug Book Co. t Fersonal Mention I T. K. .lopiing and wife of Champion are visitors in the city. George Bain I 01 Calgary is in the city. ; Local Man Returning ] In the list of returned soldiers who j will arrive in Calgary on Friday ap-1 nears the name of Fte. Marclmnt of ! Lethbridge. Right here in town we are selling the prettiest and most practical low-priced floor coverings on the market. You'll be especially pleased with the unusual beauty ot the Congoleum Art-Rug patterns. They combine the two things moQt desired in modern home*-the truly artistic and the perfectly sanitary I Congoleum Rugs are beautiful 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 j t Wild Land Tax Appeals .'Judge J. A. Carpenter of Kdmonton is in the' city today hearing appeals against the wild lands tax assessment in the southern district. CITY AND DISTRICT For Belgian Relief. .Mr. \Y. A. Buchanan, M. P.. acknowledges the recatpuof $5.�M> for 'he Belgian Relief Fund from .Mrs. K. (\ Cranstoun. Noblefonl. New Offices j -MrClemtgiuui and Taylor, tractor : j dealers, have rectoved their office to ; 1 the O. T. Lathrop Land Co. office. Sin-not Block, :aU St. S. 1 -�* Phone 555 C. O. F, Meeting Tho rrgtilar niveling of the Canadian Order of Foresters will be held in the K. of P. hall Thursday, February Funeral of Chinaman The funeral of Lang Way, a local Chinese resident who died here .Monday at the age of was held this afternoon at three o'clock from .McKay r and McKay's undertaking parlors. Interment took place in the Chinese plot, of the Miners' cemetery. For Red Cross The Hon. Trcas. of the Red Cross Society, acknowledges with thanks a donation of $160..0n from the Red Cross Society. Burriett. proceeds of Police here, as bugler later going Ucgina and hack to Calgary. ? _____________ to They Want Positions J. H. Oliver, secretary of the returned soldiers bureau here has received word from G. U. Dotnn, in charge of the institute of technology at Calgary that he has two motor mechanics who have completed their course, and five* steam and gas engineers who have almost completed their courses. Ail these men are returrieil soldiers and anyone wishing to avail themselves of the services of these men should write .Mr. Dolan. Owe,is. THE OCCR WITHOUT A PEER enewco and aomto by SERVE COLD f * * * t � ST 85 ^! Close S734 The Lethbridge Brewing & Malting Co. Ltd. LETHSRlOQe. ALBIRTA. WINNIPEG market Oats- Open � OH contract: May .... ..... New contract: ! May .... July ... Barley 1 May ............ 161 Flax- cash prjces- Oats- ! Kxtra 1 Feed ...1 j No. 1 Feed.. .SI Barley- Xo. ?> C.W.. .I6C1 j Rejected and Feed...... ... .131 ; Flax- i Xo. 2 C.W.. ,ri2GJ,8 No; 3 C.W...;iOS�3 j Calgary Livestock I Calgary. Feb. 13.^-Seven cars of { cattle and six cars of hogs were received at the stock yards today. Prices are '.steady, cattle bringing $11 and hogs �18.50. Winnipeg Livestock Winnipeg. Feb. IP..--Offerings today 3 C.\V....S:")% ...........85 No. 2 Feed...7SU Xo. 4 C.W.. UNDERWOOD TYPEWRITERS AND SERVICE THOS. RYAN LOCAL REPRESENTATIVE, ALEXANDRA HOTEL, OR P.O. BOX 408 TYPEWRITERS REBUILT OR EXCHANGED. ALL WAKES. ! at the Union stockyards were ' 400 1 'cattle and iOS:i hogs.. Only the best! grades of butcher cattle are selling; ! ' low grades hards to dispose, flogs j ! steady at Tuesday's quotations, j Butcher steers, ?6.7o to $12.00; heif-' ers. $6.50 to $10.50; cows, $4.50 to j , $10.00; bulls. $5.00 to $8.00; ffxen, I ' $5.00 to $S.25; stockers and feeders,' s;G.50 to $9.50; calves $6.50 to $12.00. Hogs, selects, $18.25; heavies, $13.50 j ! to $14.75; sows, S12.00 to ?I3.00; light. : Si:;.50 to $14.75. THERMOGENE The English curative wadding for , coughs, colds, rheumatism, neuralgia, bronchitis, sciatica, etc., etc., etc. 1 dance, etc. The statement that S$U>t�( was raised by the sale of a cow given | RAft) HEADQUARTERS ih m 8 p.m. Special and important j hy Mr. Loams was erroneous, the cow j OF THE CLAN-NA-GAEL sincss. Please attend. 1 i having heen donated by" Mr. A. C. ; Dublin. Feb. i;i.-The headquarters __ ; of the Clan-Xa-Gael were raided last Bowville Farmer Dead ''night. Twenty-eight -persons wore do- The death occurred in the div this j famed. Xo arms wore found but map-; are members of a party of returned j morning of Steven Albert Wynian, ! anii drawings were seized. The pro-soldiers expected to reach Calgary on aged 49. a farmer oi Bowville. The Thursday morning. j remains which are at McKay and j a 5'^** h>' miliiaryjjrcler. 14th bu Back From War Service \ It ir anuounc that Pte. HalUerson. ; of Taber. and Pte. Lukey,. Lethbridge ; mis*'s have been closed for more than Mother Dies .1. S. Smith, local manager of tho i Bowville Hudson's Hay Co.. wires from the coast that his mother had died there on .Monday. -.Mr. Smith left here last Thursday, arriving in time to sec his mother before her demise. !.McKay's parlors will be sent to Car-j mangay whence- they will be taken to t cemetery for To Prevent The Grip iniermeni J c. Takes New Farm A. C. Schult/., of Lacrosse, Washington, has arrived to take up his new farm at Grassy Lake. He expects to ' crop K'^'i acres this year. Mr. Shultz is greatly pleased with Southern Alberta as a farming area.* i A PACKAGE J. D. Higinbothara & Co Limited The Storm "Alberta's Pioneer Drugglsta" Wholesale and Retail Chemist*. TELEPHONE No. 322 K. of P. Tonight The regular meeting of Lethbridgo Lodge Xo. 2. K. of P. will l>e held tonight in their Castle Hall, Rank of Knight will be conferred. All members requested to be present. Visitors welcome. Well Known Here Knights Khorassan Officers. The following -officers have been elected for Omar Khayyam Temple Xo. 141. Dramatic Order Knights of Khorassan for the year litlS: Royal Vizier. Lewis Lundy; Grand Rmi:\ Andrew Xcidig; Sheik, A. F. Kealey; Mahedi, Sam A. B. Crabb; Secretary, Allan Ritchie; Treasurer. Geo. X. McLean: Satrap, L. II. Fowler; Sahib. J. i>. Thomas. Jimmy Kingaton Joins Up The Calgary Herald stales that Trumpeter Jimmy Kingston who lui.s been with the Mounted Police detachment at Calgary for some time has become Pte. Jimmy Kingston of .the j Army Service Corps and will do trmn- riuipiain A. C. Wilken, Canadians, ; \hUy at thc Victoria Barracks, isoner at Freiburg, has organized j pie K[*ngajon joine Pi theological classes for British prison-! ei's of war who intended becoming candidates lor rhe ministry. Mr. Wilkin is well known as a former member or" the Southern Alberta Anglican "Mission. - j joined the Mounted A Real Thriller! i i ANNOUNCEMENTS Concert in Wesley church by choir, Friday, February ,15th. Public invited. Silver collection. � iJ'2-5 -lit! Make Chimney Tops and extensions of all shapes and vizes. With them we cure amok* . ing stoves and furnaces eliminate defective drafts, your stove or furnace smokes or doesn't burn properly better call tis in to see what the trouble is. Wc have cured many-a similar trouble with one of our chimney tops. The Dixon Sheet Metal Co. Yes. wc are going. Where? To the Christian church. When? Saturday | night at S o'clock. What to? A Sunday school entertainment. ^WTiat is the admission? Only 25 cents for adults and 15 cents for children. BIRTHS LAWSOX-To Mr. and Mrs. J. .1. Lawson, on Fuhruarv 11th. a daughter. 54-1 In Memoriam In loving memory of Pte. Sydney J. Kmmerson. r�nth Itaualiun, killed in ar-! bur it is worth three times that much. I tion February caii. HUT. Income Tax Forms for the Dominion income tax returns will shortly be available. , Thoburn Allen of Calgary, who nntU I recently has beei: secretary of the pro- ; vincial patriotic fund branch, has been j appointed inspector of taxation for the � province and \nill have charge of the (work of securing the returns. He. states that forms will be available in a few day:-. The appointment of an assistant inspector at Lethbridge is 1 exnccled to be announced wtihin a few davs. Those who have been fortunate enough to nave seen, "The Masque of Life." at the Empress tho last two days consider this film production the most sensational that has ever appeared at thiH popular play-house. Avail yourself of the opportunity to j?eo it tonight, ati it will be your last chance. -Advertisement. 1 Well, I am going too.. '.MEN! �&F* One year lias passed And still wo mi-p hfm. Xevnr shall his memory fade. Sweetest thoughts shall ever linger. Around the spot where "lie is laid. 1 Kver remembered by his parents,; brother.-: and sisters.. h 4 ~ 1 .x OUR FIRST FOR SALE JUTE SACKS Grain and Potato Car arriving this week. F. O. HYDE & CO. Phone 1244 Lethbridge A REAR STAFFORD BLOCK LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA STARTS Superior Supply FRID Youl! be Pleased AT THE SANITARY SHOP WESTBROOK BROS. Opposite Bank of Montreal 1 + 2nd Ave. S, and 13th Street. MINING. BUILDING