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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 14, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta ^Asfinibbiii Music Co., Lt or .tomorrow. We expect thip-ments in regularly after this. Nev/ Laid Eggs, a few coming in dally> �-^ HIGH-CL|S3 GROCERS. THEGOOD tXX i^hone S2S' Telegraph Briefs NOT GUILTY iS'ew York,. Feb. 13.-By direcdoii of tlio court and at the request of the federal district attorney the jury iu the,trial for treason of Paul C, Heii-nlg today- returned a verdict ot not BUllty. , AVIATOR KHy.ED Fort Worth, Texas, Feb. H.-Aviator Cadef Clifford N. Murray, Royal Flying Corps squadrpn, of AViltshlre","! ICngland, was killed ui Benbrook field here today when his machine fell. . AIRMEN KILLED Fort xyorth, Texas. Feb. J3.-LieuL %\'ray,and Cadet' Porter were killed at Hicks'.Field at .noon* today -when their airplane tell. They were engaged m gunnery practice at the time) of the accldeiit. ; TO PRESENT VIEWS Toronto. Feb. U.-It is announced today that a large delegation ot representatives from Ontario hydro-served cities will go to Ottawa next Thursday and fYldsiy to present to the Dominion government their views regarding the nationalization ot railv/ays and similar matters. WINNIPEG MARKET SCENIC artist. dead Calgory. Feb. 14.-Edgar McKie. whose v�-ifeand family reside ^t 7S5G Alberul street, Vancouver, died here� yesterday. SIcKle, a scenic artist, was i a natWe of Liverpool and he-painted all the principal stage production scenery foi; F. Sluart A\'hite. tor the big English pantomimes of Aladdin, and Robinson .Crusoe. Oats-Old contract: May......... Now contract: May........ July ... ...... Barley- .May......... Flax-. May...... Open 104 Close 89 l�5Vt S34% 33S FUNERAL^ ABDUL HAMID . .Amsterdam, Feb. 14.-Advices received here today from Constantinople say that the body ot Abdul Hamid, tor nier sultan of Turkey, who died recently iA exile, was conveyed by sea from the Bcgler Bey Palace to the old ^ Seraglio Palace. SENTENCED TO OEAtH  Athens, Feb. 14.-Three lieutenants and two soldiers have been sentenced to death by a courtmiirtial in connection with the mutinous outbreak early this month at Lamia,which appears to have been engineered by agents of former King ?o.nstantlue. Another ^Kentenaut has'lTcen degraded and sentenced to one year In prison. MONTREAL VICTORY LOAN Montreal, Feb. 14.-Final state-' ments with' reference to the Victory Loan-in tliis city sHow a total sub-! Oats- No. 2 C.\V...90Vi 15xtra 1 Feed ... No. 1 Feed.. s3 U Barley- Xo. 3 C.W...162U Rejected ...132 Flax-Xo. 1 N.W.C. ... Xo. 2 C.\\�...32912 CASH PRICES No. 3 G.\V...8TVi ............s6% No. Feed.\S0V4 No. 4. C.\V...157i4 Feed'.......131 ..... ... �..UoH No. 3 Q.W..,;'.12 Calgary LivMtoek scriptlon of f7",257,100, and 1110,000 1 Calgary, Feb. 14.-EiiUt. care of lommissions paid to more" than one cattle and nine of hogs .were received hoiisand workers., The greater por- at the stock yards today. Hogs made tlon.s of the commissions have been a record for the month of Jl^.OO; best turned over to the various patriotic steers brought $10.50..i ' funds, it is stated. Winnipeg'Livestock - AViuuipeg, Feb. 14.-%-R'eceipt3 .4t the Union stock yards tofliyweipe 400 cattle and 2,220 hoga. Cittlb njarkct � is steady aud.hog's sold-at $lSJ3d tor selects. �  i ^ t^uoiations: ButcheV steers JC.7� to ?12;*heitei-s $6.50 to Jll'V cowfe' H.r>U to $10; hulls io to $7.75; .oxen 15 to $S; stockers and feeders' SK.dO. lo $a.50: .calves $6.50 .to $12., Mogj, selects $18.50; ))eavie8v41:'-.50 to $14.75; sows $12 to$13; llsht:$n.# to $14.50. . . � . . ~-----T-rrr- - �~ JUDGMENT FOR PLAINTIFFS Toronto.- Feb. 14;-^>tr.' Ju6t!c |Len-nox Has givei* judgment for'the tilain-trtfs in the suit of Charles S.'Thomson. George P. Gibson .aid'Davld J^c-Nalr,'trustees of Chalmers Presbyterian Church, Vancouver "ag'alnit'Slopes Gatchellof Sudbury, for $4,468, claimed under, an agreement to,.purchBse lots in Calgary from J, ��SiuythCi.M'ho assigned the agreement to'the plain-tiffs. �-� � , �. ' iV; : blO NOT ARRIVE St. Paitl, Feb. 14.-A. C. Townley, president of the Non-Partisan League, for wUosesrregt a -warrant was issued at Lakefleld, Minn., on Monday, charging conspiracy to discourage enlistments, did not arrive here last night as expected. At. league'headquarters it wa.s said that Townley was scheduled to address a meeting ot" farmers at Parham, Minn.,,this afternoon, antf that lie would return to St. Paul to morrow. Sheriff liee of Jackson county left today for St. Paul With the warrant tor Townley. jarations and Implemeiits^ The nails- renec; refinement: "Well groomed persons � always , devote commendable attention to the care of their hauda. The care of the nails require- Nail iScpsors, ^Files, Knives, Eiiiery Boards, Nail PolishfBs, Pomades, Bleaches, Cuticle Salve. Also "CUTEX" "PREPARATIONS 'We have ^11 these in best quality and at reasonable prices. It will pay you to.elect a complete outfit now. ' THE RED CROSS DRUG & BO0K Ml LIMITED AND DISTRICT ALBERTA'S EYESIGHT SPECIALIST JOHN MILLER OF CALGARY, 404 UNDERWOOD BLOCK, WILL BE,AT. ' . T^�L11^A � � - 1 friday and saturday uaiias riotei of this week EVENINGS BY APPOINTMENT' T CONSULTATION FREt V' ' i>7 UNDERWOOD TYPEWRITERS .AND SERVICE : THOS. F. RYAN 'LOCAL REPRESENTATIVE, ALEXANDRA HOTEt, OR P.O. BOX 408 ". TY^PEWRI.TER8 REBUILT OR EXCHANGED. ALL MAKES. , IS GETTING BETTER Philadelphia, , Peima;. Feb. .12;-Sir Evariste Leblan'c, lieutenant goveruor ot the province of Quebec,.was'.pp'er-ated on at the University hospital here for a disease ot the eye..'/The operation wji very successful, according"to Major Pelletler,. aide do camp to the lieutenant governor, who said.' tfiat the pat'enf.s ^peedy recovery is .'expected. REJECT WOMAN BUITIIAOE Capetown, South Africa, ^eb. 14.- I The house ot assembly, by a -vote.ot S4 to 39, today rejected a motlon.'la favor of incorporating a paragraprt'in the electoral reform bill giving the.'franchise to women. \ , " ^iv'' ' U. s. REPRESENTATIVE; ^ . Washington, freb. 14'.-^Fr'anK' L. Polk, counsellor oC' the department, ha� been designated to attend the fun-'eraltof Sir Cecil SpringrUJio ,M Jho personal' representslttve: ot ^'resident-Wilson. . > :",.,.�-. ; The. English curative wadding for - coughs, colds, rheumatism, neu--ralgia, Jbronchitis, sciatica, etc., etc.K'etc. /f package J. D.;Higiqb6iliam & Co Lone Drunk One lono drunk paid $5 and costs in police court this mlirnirig. .Major Buchanan Her^'  'Major Buchanan of the pension board, will, address a meeting ot the jveterans In the club rooms this evening. ' ^ . Assistan't to Manager O. W. Lockartl-has como to Leth bridge- from Bi-andon to act as assistant to F. S. Spooner, manager of^the h  * . Board Meeting Postponed,*-. Owing to the absence from the city of a couple of the members the school board monthly meeting Wednesday was postponed. Back From East . Earl ^i. Huyek of the Bi.Jou Molor Parlors returned yesterday from Chicago where ho visited the automobile shftw and the Mitchell factory, ^ Tilanks For Parcels Pte..A. J*. Mackle, li;nhi Higlilan= ders, now in the wa^ hospitnl. Sijasex, wishes to thank^ho brothers ot the Moose Lodge also the members of Knox chuj-chyfor parcels received.' Illustrated Lecture Friday night at 7 o'clock In the Baptist church the 'teen age boys and girls study class will meet. At S o'clock an;, illustrated lecture on the life of John Knox will be given in the church. ,^ Were Not Enftaged' It was annpunced at Raymond ^he other night that, Butler's orchestra of Vulcan was engaged^ to play tJierb tr-a dance. Mr, ButleV states that h orchestra has..never. boon engaged for this dance. For Halifax .Relief The mayor has called a meeting ot Citizens tor Monday evening next in the..Board ot Trade l)Ullding to dis-cuss pians'-tor a Halifax Relief Fund campaign. Lethbridgc is expected to ral^o about $6,000. Concert for Halifax Relief \ concert, and eocial in aid ot the Halifax Relief will be held in the Salvation A.rmy Citadel oh Thursday night. It is hoped tfcat there will be a good turnout to help in such worthy cause. � ^--_ ( An Invitation The Board of Trade annual report goes to press the beginning of next . week. Those ideslroua of having their ( firm names am>ear as members ot the I board must have their 1918 subscrip I tlons in the hands of the secretai-y i this week. � Sisniteiy Artiilte Saferlfbr baby! Lcm work ipr mother! Right hefe in town we are ,'ancl the pet^ecd jr. sanitary I Congoleum Rugiare beatiti-practical)low- priced floor j^, ^oth in design and color-y covenng. OB the market ^ j,g jhey are Wonderfully . You'll be Cfpecially pleased practical, being washable, with the unusual beauty of waterproof and sanitary, the Congoleum Art-Rug pat- They never gather dirt under wsrns.Tney'combine the two them, because they lie flat things most desired in'mod- without tacking. The edges ern homes-the truly aiffstic, cannot "kick up." i Goitsuiners Hai^dware Conipany CITY jtp DISTRICT Smallpox at Quesnstown A tew day8 ago.Dr. Mahood ot Calgary predicted il/at oul^reaUs ot smallpox in Al))Ctia would be reported s|jortly,, claiming:' tU^t conditions were ripe for, tlie "dis'easo. His prognostication recelved'some show of verification today_ )^hen Itispector Piper received' reports of aiv outbreak at Queonstowhi a' rural district south of Brooks.  The.lfaspdcfor hurriedly communicated with tUo medical authorities at Vulcan ttntf everything is being done to, gfamp "out the disease and confine It to the Queonstown district. Limited We Make Chimney Tops and extensions of all Bb^tpe| and sizes. With them', we euro smolt-Jng stoves afld furnace? ^ and IS.eliminate defective drafts. Jf i^-your, stove or furnace smokes'or � {�(loesn't burn properly bettfer call i,.-ua''ln to see what the'trouble is. .'We. have, cured many a similar "trouble with one ot our chimney , tops. . The Dixon Sheet Metal Co. �>;^RfAR.STAPFORO'BLOCK l %il.ETHtlllB|GC. ALBERTA "Alie'rta's Pioneer , brugglsts" .Wholesale and Retail Chemists. TELEPHONE No. 322 V / I. BUY VOUR COAlL on heat. value It is estimated that the Dominion government burns' over. $1,000,000 worth of. coal yearly; and yet scarcely any of this vaSt quantity is purchased under rigid, detailed spocitications. Private corpoi'atloDB .as well as goy-enimedtB -Itr Qanada'buy coal mainly oh its"'reputatlori or trade name, father, than ^under contracts specifying the'li^tlnR value of the coal, its ash and moistui'e^contents,and other characteristics.- -To get proper valne tor hUi-'monuy,;'the' consumer, must know tho^heaflnJB'value ot the fuel he purchiiseir.'' ' : Tlie. -.Uliltei^ ,.States  government' spends, $9,-Oq,000, ^niyially on coal, all ot which,'Rln(ie fSOO, has been bought on rigid specifitatlons ...and subjected to. chemical analyses and Iieating. tests. If. coal not up to contract is delivered by- a contractor, he is paid less than the standard price for it. .' : ..>-.�.;,�'. stupid beasts that ever exleted. It lias remained for Major Bob Kokum, of Pierre, S.D., after five years of effort, to accompli^ii the wonderful tent.of trnining a pair of buffaloes to trot to wagon and also do many other remarkable stunts. ''Major'' Yokum Is a former United States marshal and Is known In the old rancli-Ing and cowboy Hfo-pf the American west from Texas to' Oregon. Some years ago he cot\celvedV the whim ot oxperlmouting to deteimino what ii ' buffalo really did know. His trouble and trials with the unwieldy, bisons were innumerable, but he finally succeeded in breaking them to harness and driving them. Que ot their accomplishments is to race-against horses, and It Is amazing to see them distance 'their speedy competitors. They, loathe the saddling process, and, when the rider liiounts them, will "buck" in a way to shame,a veteran broncho.-Sf. Nicholas. , ' , , unch. How tp'.ui(e:a klnotted.itiheet for a stop-ladder.'A'noct^rnsl,marriage that pre vents a,scandal., At,the fimprcas to nIglil.-V-AiJyetiUseinent Yes, we arc going. Where? To the Christian church. When? Saturday night at 8 o'clock. W,hat'to? A Sunday school enterlain'msnt. What Is the admission? Only' '-5' cents" for adult.s and 15 cents tor chlldroni-but it is wortft three times that much, Well, I am going loo. ' ? for sale � .TUTE >SACKS Grain and Potato .. enr arrlvlng-tUis week. F.O#HYDE &90. ..Phone 1244 >ethbrld�s v Come Agsiin! WESTBROOK BROS. Opposite Bank of-Montreal -r=T= s^'.ii .1 n'yom" .clitl^' ren's plioto taken. 'Vou will tijn creating abiding trpleuaures�lot' .your later jjpaift V-?^ "' 'j ,; SmitliV Stadio !/' Phone, H7!i.f 906 TLW Ave.S.^v, /CARLOADS OR LESS TIMOTHY, UPLAND, ALFAL-i fa/ MIXED TIMOTHY AND . /aISFALFA and^STRAW, CAftEFUL ATTENTION TO . ALL orders. 'prompt SHIPMENT C , Write or wire us fob PRICED Saunders Hay & ^ ,1221 2nd Avenue South-. Tcilffphons 732 , /^OB FIBfT CLASS > Tb^^v^l'y.beBl'.ls as near' a�, yout 'jo�o|>hone.,j' . [ R.:?OU|.TRY ; THId Xllisrta Mei|t Mark's^.' T MayheWll Find If Here! STATIONERY WBITINQ PADS, . FOOLSCAP" PAI%' LEGAL J�AD8, , "7 9CBiaatlN0 PADS, .i NOTE PAPER, V Boxed or In bulk. ,, INITIAL STATIONSRY. ENVELOPES; ; ^ OmCE SUPPLIES STENOGBAPHEB'S > NOTE BOOKS, Waste pXpeb, baskets, wife or Wlokor. CARBON PAPER, . ' TVPEWBITEB PAPEBi SECOND SHEETS, TRACING PAPER, M, DRAWING SETS, -l'^ .DIXON'S DRAWING PENCILS,--, ��: . . .1 . '. . ADDING MACHINE ROLLtj BOOKS STANDABO WOBKS, POPULAB FICTION, NON. FICTION, BCPRINTS, PAPEB BACK NOVELS,, OXFQBD BiaLCS, - '>Phon� 819 WE>PECIAL1ZE WPFFICE EQUIPMENT Typewriter*, 6|Mce Purnituve,, Filing Cabinets, Adding Wachlnea. ObeoW Writers, blarle*,- Loose Leaf- Syrtems. Legal Forms,. Couutor Check BOQiw, Cp^pprato Seals. Stogk Register floolts, Stock; .CertWJpatca A�ne;i^a