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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - February 14, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta Assiniboia Music Co., Ltd. 315 6th Str S. Phone lMii Edison Phonographs. The New Edison and the Amherola. Full range of Record*. HOTEL WINJDSOR EUROPEAN PLAN MEAL8 FROM 6.00 A.M. TO 8.00 P.M. Fish and Oysters FOR THE LENTEN SEASON WE HAVE ARRANGED TO HAVE COMPLETE LINES OF THE HIGHEST QUALITY, LET US SHOW YOU THE KIND WE HANDLE. DELANYS MEAT CO. PlrTH ST. s. OPPOSITE DALLAS HOTEL PHONE 4J Your Table Requirements for Lent WILL BE WELL LOOKED AFTER IF YOU SELECT FROM OUR LI$T. PRICES ARE MORE REASONABLE NOW THAN WE EXPECT TO SEE THEM ON A GOOD MANY LINES IN A VERY SHORT TIME. ' We Feature Remedies and Toilet Preparations I'.ecause after cnn-fiil investigation wo have found them to ho tin- most efficient and also the best value ~ior the money of any to be had. ?; oxen ?o 10 as expected. At league ' headquarters ! $s' stockers and feeders $r..5(.l it was said that Townley was sched- Manicure Preparations and Implements The nails reflet'�' refinement. Well groomed persons always devote commendable attention to the care of their hands. The care of the nuils require - Nail Scissors, Files, Knives, Emery Boards, Nail Polishes, Pomades, Bleaches, Cuticle Salve. Also "CUTEX" PREPARATIONS We have all thes>' in best (itial-ity and at reasonable prices. It will pay you to si lect a complete outfit now. THE RED CROSS DRUG & BOOK COf, LIMITED PHONE, 555 CITY AND DISTRICT Lone Drunk One lone drunk paid $5 and costs in police court this morning. Major Buchanan Here * Major Buchanan of the pension j hoard, will, address a meeting of the ; veterans in tho club rooms this even-i ing. Assistant to Manager O. W. Lockard- has coma to Leth-bridge from Brandon to act as assistant to F. S. Spooner, manager of. the l\ H. C. 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 M. Huyck of the Bijou Motor Parlors returned yesterday from Chicago where he visited the automobile sho,\v and the Mitchell factory. Perfectly Sanitary Truly Artistic ��V\ Safer for baby! Less work for mother! Right here in town we are and the perfectly sanitary! selling the prettiest and most practical;low-priced floor coverings on the market. ^ You'll be especially pleased with the unusual beauty of the Congoleum Art-Rug pat-M>rni>. They combine the two things most desired in modern homes-the truly arastic 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 He flat without tacking. The edges cannot "kick up." ' Consumers Hardware Company CITY AND DISTRICT Thanks For Parcels Pte..A. T. Mackie, lKitlu Highlanders, now in tho war hospital. Sussex, wishes to thank ^the brothers of the Moose Lodge also the. members of Knox church ..for parcels received. tiled tn address a meeting of farmers at Parham. Minn., this afternoon, and" that he would return to Sv. Paul tomorrow. Sheriff Lee of Jackson county left today for St. Paul with the warrant for Townley. ?:�.5o; calves ?(i..">u to $12. Hog-:, selects $18.50; heavies^jll;!."0 to $14.75; sows $12 to $13: light 313. to S14.5K. ALBERTA'S EYESIGHT SPECIALIST JOHN F. MILLER OP CALGARY, 404 UNDERWOOD BLOCK, WILL BE AT Dallas Hotel rB,DS� fiS VST" EVENINGS BY APPOINTMENT! CONSULTATION FREE JUDGMENT FOR PLAINTIFFS I Toronto. Feb. 14.-Mr. Justice Len-1 j nox "*as giveik judgment for the plain-' tiffs in the suit of Charles S. Thorn-1 son. George F. Gibson and David Mi- I Xair, trustees of Chalmers Presbyter- j ian Church. Vancouver against Moses ; Gatchell of Sudbury, for ?4.46S. claim-' ; ed under an agreement to purchase; lots in Calgary from J. Smythe; who ' . assigned tho agreement to the plain- j : tiffs. I j IS GETTING BETTER i Philadelphia, Pemia.. Feb. 12.-Sir [Kvariste Leblanc, lieutenant governor j of the province of Quebec, was pper- ated 011 at the University hospital here I for a disease of the eye. The opera-' tion v. fi very successful, according to Major Pelletier. aide do camp to the I lieutenant governor, who aaid that the i pai font's speedy recovery is expected. UNDERWOOD TYPEWRITERS AND SERVICE THOS. F. RYAN LOCAL REPRESENTATIVE, ALEXANDRA HOTEL, OR P.O. BOX 408 TYPEWRITERS REBUILT OR EXCHANGED. ALL MAKES. REJECT WOMAN SUFFRAGE j Capetown. South Africa, Feb. 14.- The house of assembly, by a vote of 54 ! to 3fi. today rejected a motion in favor of incorporating a paragraph in the electoral reform hill giving the fran- ! chise to women. U. S. REPRESENTATIVE K i Washington. Feb. 14.-rPrank L. Pollc, counsellor of the department, has been designated to attend the funeral of Sir Cecil Spring-Rice as the , personal representative of President. 1 Wilson. We Wake Chimney Tops and extensions of all shape'j and sizes. With them we cure smoking stoves and furnaces and eliminate defective drafts. If your stove or furnace smokes or doesn't, burn properly better call us in to see what the trouble is. We have cured many a similar trouble with one of our chimney tops. The Dixon Sheet Metal Co. REAR STAFFORD BLOCK LETHBRI0GE, ALBERTA Superior Supply Co. 2r.tl Ave. 8. and 13th Street. MINiNO. BUILDING A RAILWAY SUPPLIES 4 EQUIPMENT TUOHOPE -ANDERSON AND EMERSON,FARM IMPLEMENTS GANG PUOW* SULKIES FORD TRACTOR ATTACH BUGGIES MENTS. DEMOCRAT* AUTO TRAILERS CULTIVATORS BIMDT.R ENGITJEi. PHONE 1725-TAKE A BLUE LINE CAR The English curative wadding for - coughs, colds, rheumatism, neuralgia, bronchitis, sciatica, etc., etc.,.etc. 50c A* PACKAGE J. D. Higiiibotham & Co --- Limited..... The Jtot* "Alberta's Pioneer OrugglfU* Wholesale and Retail Chemists. TELEPHONE No. 322 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. Smallpox at Queenttown A few days ago Dr. Mahood of Calgary predicted tltat outbreaks of smallpox in Alberta would be reported shortly, claiming' thnt conditions were ripe for the disease. His prognostication received some show of verification today when Inspector Piper re; ceived reports of an outbreak ;a Queenstown, a rural district south of Brook*. The Inspector hurriedly communicated with the medical authorities at Vulcan and1'everything is being done to stamp out the disease and confine it to the Queeustowu district. BUY YOUR COAL ON HEAT V/ALUE Were Not Engaged It was announced at Raymond ^Ihe other night that, Butler's orchestra of Vulcan was engaged to play there for a dance. Mr, Butler states that his orchestra has never been engaged for j ,ln(lnr detailed specifications.! BUFFALOES AS HORSES The buffalo has always been rated as untameable. and many Belennsis have regarded him as one ot the most> stupid beasts that ever existed. It lias remained for Major Bob Kokum, of Pierre, S.D., after five years of effort, to accomplish the wonderful feat of training a pair ot 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 ranching and cowboy life of the American west from Texas to Oregon. Some years ago he conceived, the whim of experimenting to determine what a ' buffalo really did know. His trouble, and trials with the unwieldy bisons were innumerable, hut he finally succeeded in breaking them to harness and driving them. Qne of their accomplishments is lo race against horses, and it is amazing to see them distance their speedy competitors. They loathe the saddling process, and. when the rider buck" in a way -St. Nlc'n- tliis dance. For Halifax Relief The mayor has called a meeting of citizens lor Monday evening next in the Board of Trade building to discuss plans for a Halifax Relief Fund campaign. Lethbridge is expected to raise about $0,000. Concert for Halifax Relief A concert and social in aid of the Halifax Relief will be held in the Salvation Army Citadel on Thursday night. It is hoped tiiat there, will be a good turnout to help in such a worthy cause. An Invitation The Board ot Trade annual report goes to press the. beginning of next week. Those desirous of having their firm names appear as mem hern of the board must have their .inIS subscriptions in the hands of the secretary this week. " You will enjoy "The \Hoatage" if you have a vivid imagination."-Advt. - - -: ---' t ' - It is estimated that the Dominion government !>uri>3 over $l,i�0u,uii0 worth of coal vearlv, and vet scarcely � .. any ot this vast quantity is purchased !"10l'nu t"0'"' wl", � to shame a veteran broncho Private corporations as well as gov- - I olaw' _ ernmoritR In Canada buy coal mainly j - '�' � ' on its ' reputation or trade name, j Fl�_iin � C__,_ rather than vupder contracts specify- I riemlng OayS- ing the heating value of the coal, its ash and moisture eoutents and other characteristics. To get proper value for his money, the consumer must know the heating value of the fuel he purchases. The United States government spends $8,.00,00(1 ^unually on coal, all of which, ' since ifloil, has been bought 011 rigid speciftcations and subjected to chemical analyses and heating tests. If coal not up to contract is delivered by a contractor, he. is paid less than the standard price for it. Death of Mrs. Risk The death of Mrs. Risk, a soldier's wife, took place at the hospital this morning. There are left the husband, who went to the front with the Kilties, and' three little daughters. A sister. Mrs. Martin, lives in/('algary. Mr. Risk was an employee at tlii: iron works here before*enlisting. i - Tribute to Mr. Cobbledick. Kdmonton Journal: The official board of the Highlands, Methodist church at its meeting Monday night voted art increase of $600 to the salary   i of the pastor, Rev. G. II. Cobbledick, The regular Thursday evening dance r,,. the current conference year, and a held 111 Ltirgiaatm's hall. 13th St. N.. \ unanimous invitation was given him will ironi n,;u ,i, be held Saturday i the uomlng yoar. Mr. Cabbledick evenings, lher- v. ill be no dance to- adopted, and thanked the board for '"Kilt. 55-1 1 thofv ANNOUNCEMENTS j Concert in Wesley church by clioir, 1 Friday. February 15th. Public invited, i Silver collection. 52-5 ! co-operation. | FABRICS AT-"THE BAY." MAKE YOUR �UMMER DRESS NOW. FAMILY PORTRAITURE .^Malct-. it an annual duty^to yourselves to have your children's photo taken. Yon will be creating abiding''pleasures for your laii'i- yearjj. ' Smith's Studio 906 Tl|7d Ave. S. Phone 1471 HAVFORSAIE CARLOADS OR LESS TIMOTHY, UPLAND, ALFALFA. MIXED TIMOTHY AND AUFALFA AND STRAW. CAREFUL ATTENTION TO ALL ORDERS. PROMPT SHIPMENT WRITE OR WIRE US FOR PRICES. Saunders Hay & Grain Co. 1221 2nd Avenue South ' Telephone 732 FOR FIRST CLASS The very best is as near as. your telephone.. R. C0ULTRY The Alberta Meat Market/ Maybe You'll Find It Here! STATIONERY WRITING PAD8, FOOLSCAP PADS, LEGAL PADS, ~ SCRIBBLING PADS, NOTE PAPER, - Boxed or in bulk. INITIAL STATIONERY, ENVELOPES. OFFICE SUPPLIES STENOGRAPHER'S NOTE BOOKS, FILES. WASTE PAPER BASKETS, Wife or Wicker. CARBON PAPER, TYPEWRITER PAPER, SECOND SHEETS, TRACING PAPER, 0, DRAWING SETS, DIXON'S DRAWING PENCILS, I ADDING MACHINE ROLLS. BOOKS STANDARD WORKS, POPULAR FICTION, NON FICTION REPRINTS, PAPER BACK NOVELS, OXFORD BIBLE8, PRAYER AND PRAISE. KWIOHTS OF COLUMBUS . PRAYER BOOKS, ETC., ETC. The Twentieth Century Bookstore "Everybody's Book Shop" 514 4th Avenue Phone 813 WE SPECIALIZE IN OFFICE EQUIPMENT Typewriters, Office Furniture, Filing Cabinet?, Adding Machines, Check AVriters, Diaries, Loose Leaf Systems, Legal Forms, Counter Check Books. Corporate Seals, Stock Register Books, Stock Certificates A fine line of office stationery. We can equip your office from top lo bottom. COME IN AND SEE THE WOODSTOCK TYPEWRITER. EVER ALL & FRANKS Slnnott Block, cor. 4th Ave. and 5th St. Phone 1107 ;