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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 15, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta Assiniboia Music Co., Ltd. 315 6th Stp'S. , Phone 154r/ Edicon PhonoGPaphs. The Now Edison and' the Amberoln. Full ranoe of Records. ETHB N" = Fish and FOR THE LENTEN SEASON HAVE ARRANGED TO HAVE COMPLETS LINES OF THE HIGHEST QUALITY. LET US SHOW YOU THE KIND WE HANDLE. ir-'/i--'"-iiii EUROPEAN PLAM meals FROM B.00 A.m., TO''�.00 P.^. WE DELANYS MEAT CO. flFTH ST. 8. OPPOSITE DALLAS HOTEV PHO.\E 452 We Feature ^^^^ Remedies and Toilet Preparations IJccnuse iitlor viirctiil iuvtstis'iiio" we have found IhiMii'to bo the nwM iffirient r.iKl !il?o the bcsf v.iluo for tlicjiuoiic.v of any to bo bail. Let U.S (el! yoH tiioi'i" about j^csft Jirciijratbi!!.'! aiiil too, ii? Rive you a copy ot Pcuslni- "VlciiU!! HiKiK. containing iuroniuitioii that you ahould havo. It is Free, ask for it. , THE KENNY & ALLIN CO., Ltd. Pensiar Store NEXT DALLAS HOTEL PHONE 1487 RILLED, FATHER ENLISTS NOW * > : : ? � ? ? SHEEPMEN'S MEETING : THIS EVENING ? Cliicago, Feb. l.">.-^Joy .H. Wctmorc is on tlio way to Montreal loilay to embark for duty at the ft-onL Ho was a prosperous hardware merchant St Sisift Current. Sask.. until recently. His two sons enlisted in the Can-adiou Espeditionarj- Forces. At the battle ot the Sotume the t.wo boys wore killed and their bodies lay on lite fipld for days before being recov-j ered and buried by their comrades. Some time later these tacts reached the'parent."! iu a Jiriet official niessafie. The mother grieved until a year ngo, when sha died from a broken heart. Wetniore endeavored repeatedly to enlist but'each tiino the Canadian officers rejected hini. Yesterday he came 10 CliicafTO nnd'-al the British-Canadian recruiting station told^ his story and begged for a chance at service. J(e was accepted. � VE06TABLES Polatoas, extra quality;;dry and r.io.ily, cv.'t. $2.75 CabbnQC, 6 Ibsr.'for �.. ,....,.................25c Parsnips. (5 lbs. �fc- ................ 25c C.-irro�.i, G lbs. for...........................25c Turnips, 3 lbs. for"'.......................... 25o B. C. Onions. G lbs. for ................25c Valencia OntohiJ, 3 ibs. fof.................. 2Dc . FRUIT Apples, finest B. C. No. Is. Yellow Newtoo, Pippins. WinesapG, Ontarios. etc. All in tip top shape, per case ............ S2.45 / iNavnl Or.-inges, only f.vo iaroe sizes, price 'per doren........................'.... 70c and 85c N.ival or.-snses are about done for this year and ' wh.-.t are st'illto be had are very high in price. After the navals we wi/l not be able to get nny-thino bu' Csllfornla Sicdlings, We advise laying in a few of these If you want good oranges. Marmalade Oranijes, per dozen.............. 75c Per box................................ $1.36 Only a few boxes left. Fresh Oystops. Wo have just had a fresh shlpmant which Is the fli;st for two v/oekn. Wc now ox-poct to have them .noaln regularly. Stor.Tge Egfls. best quality, per dozen ...... 55g . Crcnmery Butter, Cloverdnle, per lb........SSc Oltomargarlne, best quality, per lb. 40c Cheese, Finest Ontario, 2 Ibs. for........... 35c Scedle.'iJ r5alalns. Not "A" Seed Br,ind. This Is a twi line which we have just recolvod. It is rccogninod to bo the finest quality.put up in California. Try these the next time. Price per pacUaga................................. 15c SOAPS, PRICES WILL HAVE TO BE AD\>ANC. ED SOON, BUY NOW AND SAVE MONEY. Royal Crown, 5 cakes for .................. 25e Lennox. 5 eakei for........................ 25c Siinllsht, 7 cakes for........................ 50c Gold, 7 cakes for........................... 50e White Ivory, 7 cakes for.....................50c White Noptha, 7 calces for ,................. 50c Olive Oil and Cucumber, Oatmeal, etc. Acsortcd. 7 cakes for^, .�.............>............... 25c PLACE YOUR ORDERS EARLY ON SATURDAYS. NO ORDERS ACCEPTED TO BE AFTER FIVE O'CLOCK. STORE OPEN IN THE EVENING UNTIL NINE O'CLOCK- DELIVERED HIGH-CLASS GROCERS THE GOOD GO. PHONE 525 The meetings to be addressed by AV. T. Rltch. the wool e>;-pert will take place at eight o'clock thia, Friday, evening, 10 o'clock on Saturday morn-lug ami i;30 on Saturday afternoon, and will be held In the Board of Trade building. Owing to some misunderstanding a number of the sheepmen gathered this afternoon for a meeting hut Mr. Ritch visited a number of: point.s In the country as pre-arranged by Mr. Stevens.-sthe provincial livestock commissioner. .> �^ > > � .^ o : v GOIfERSPROTESTS Open Close ! j    j SS 1 1�G 161',-j 03S' , ' 511 FIDENCE MEN FAILED Winnipeg. Feb. 15.-Two American confidence men, Paul Ransland and Ben Haggarly, were sentenced to six months iu jail by the city police magistrate, but the warrant Is to be held for 24 hours to enable tUcm to leate the city. The two men. who have criminal record.'! in the United States were ar-reste'l at the; Union Station yesterday when, they arrived for the purpose, presumably of fleecing bonspiel visitors in Winnipeg. ' ! Washington, Feb. 15.-President Gompat:*'of ihe American Federation of Labor, in a prepared statement today, -made an appeal against any conscription of l.-ibor. He rev.Vwed the .loyal war time services of the American working-man .and^expressed the hope that nothing could be done "to hamper the constructive work of organized eiffort of free Workers, who have been rendering indispen,'?abie service and' who will stand faithful until,victory comes. Dallas Hotel ALBERTA'S EYESIGHT SPECIALIST JOHN R MILLER OF CALGARY, .404 UNDERV/OOD BLOCK, WILL BEAT ' FRIDaV and saturday OF this wekk EVENINGS BY APPOiNTMENT CONSULTATION FREE �' 1 Xo. .1 C.W.. .S4->5 ' . ..i.-:... ..:.s4^s I Xc '1 Feed..7S% I ' � I Xo. 4 C.W...155',i, . ... ... ...132 WINNIPEG MARKET Oats-Old contract: May...... . . N'ew contract: May ........ July ......... Barley- yiay........ Flax-May ......... CASH PRICES Oats- Xo. 2 C.W...S7% Extra 1 Feed ... Xo. 1 Feed..Sl% Barley- Xo. 3 C.W...160W: Rejected....... Flax- Xo. 1 X.W.0........ .. ... ...33G Xo. 2 C.W...332Vr-^Xo..:! C.W...315 Calgary Livestock Calgary, Feb. 15.-FKtaen curs of cattle and TOO hogs .were ^received, at the stock yards FrldlsV. Hbg^ ran up SJO.-IO. Cattle wera riteady,' tops bringing 510.50. Cattle are being absorbed locally, while .>o�8 Friday were shipped east and ive'st. ' . Winnipeg! Livestock ; Winnipeg, Feb. 13.-Trading was steady at the Union dtock yard| today for both cattle and hogs., OJ-arloss were 300 cattle and 1637 hogs., Quotations: Butcher Bteefs, .?7 to $12; heifers, $�.50 to .110.50; cows, $4.50 to $10; bulls> ?5.G0to $S; oxen, %o to $9; stockers and feeders,' ?7 to ?9.o0;.calves, SG.5t> to 12. Hogs, select's'.' $18.75; Ueavles. S14 to $15; sows, $1? to $13; light, J13..50 I to $15. ' Manicure Preparations and Implements The nails "reilect refinement. Well groomed persons always devote commendable attention to the core of their hands. The care of the nailsj require- f Nail Scissors, Files, Knives, Emery Boards, Nail Polishes, Pomades, Bleaches, Cuticle Salve. , Also . "CUTEX" PREPARATIONS" We h4ve*aU tHc?e in best quality and at Vcasdnable prices. It will pay yott),!^ select u complete outfit now^r*- THE RED CROSS DRUG & BOOK CO., LIMITED PHONE 555 UNDlRWOaO TYPfWRiTERS AND SERVick : TH OS. F. RYAN LOCAL REPRESENTATIVE, ALEXANDRA HOTEL, OR P.O. BOX 408 TYPEWRITERS REBUILT OR EXCHANGED. "ALL MAKES. CITY AND DISTRICT Schools to Open at Nine Tlie schools hero will commence to open at nine next Monday. Shipped East The body ot the late A. B. Wiley was today shipped east to Glencoc, Out., .whore the uarents of the deceased reside. Next-of-Kin Notice The members of the Xext-ot-Kin are asked to attend the funeral of Mrs. Risk at the United (Jhurcli. Saturday afternoon at 2.30. Death of Infant Peter I.,uco, the 7 months old son of Mr. and Mrs. Jliko Ltico. of Enchant, -Mborta, died at the Caveit hospital. February 13th,' after a week's illness. We H^ve in Stock the Followihg Lines of Stoves and Rangls: Peninsul;�r.Combination Gas and Coal as shown in'above cut; Peninsular High Oven Range " Round Oak Range. ' ." '' Peninsular Ordinary Style Canada B. Range. Range. Nelson Range. Ligliterday High Oven Range. City Queen Range- , ALSO SIX STVLES IN GAS RANGES! AND EIGHT STYLES AND SIZES IN GAS HEATERS, SEE OUR ASSORTMENT. . Cohsuhiers Hardware Comiiiaiiy On Custom's Staff Charles Westley, liaving passed the qualifying examinations, has been appointed to a position in the local customs service. He Is a returned soldier. Is In Quarantine Word lius been received by his wife ln;re that Pte. Ma>-chant was quarantined. !it Calgary v.ith' a number ot �other returned .'JoUlitrr; owing to tho case 0� smallpox which broke out on the train on t!ie way out. The sniallp'ix ; patient wua removed at Mooao Jaw. Furnace Tops and Flues 'and in. fact all sorts "of tjnnii^ work may be ordered here'with tuU assurance that the work will 1)0 done both promptly and sat-;, isfactorlly. If your furnace has not been overhauled since last spring better let ub see if it , doesn't need some new tin w^brk . on'it. To deUiy Is to court dis- corafdrt. The Dixon Sheet Metal Co. . REAR STAFFORD BLOCK LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA Arrlvsil Today Superior Supply Co. , � .5  . 2nU Ave. 8. and 13th Street ' � MINING, BUILDING a'RAILW.W SUPPUSS 4 EQUIPMENT TOO'HOII^B'ANDERfibN AND' EME'RS'ON PA(iM, IMPL'e'MBNTS ' eANe1�t,Ws' . SULKIES FORC^; TRACTOR ATTACH*. ' DEMOPdATa AUTO TRAILiRS iVj. ,^*cij|,TIVATORS BINOrR EN'SUieS � PHONE 172&-i.TAKe A BLUE LINECAR Wesley Tdnleht' The following nitinbera will'be rendered at the concerts by the choir, of Wesley church this evening; ,�' "0 Canada": 'in This tiour dt Softened Splendour." Choir; Piano solo, "Le Jet D' Eau," ^iss Dammar. Sand-quist;. 'Slng,^Sing, Birds-on.ttie/Wing'' ^r3. P. W. Barton; "O Mflmoiy!" Mes-dames Farris, Hughes, and ..Jvir,,vWl\lil-dinglon; Song, "The Admiral's Broom" Mr. .7. C. HcKee;;"Waiting,idr,, tho Swallows," Cholr|j^nK,-,;'Shepherd's Cradle-Song," Miss Agnes- Dowsett; Reading. S. J. Shffpherd;;.Pl9^p;,s9lo, "Valse-Arabesque,'; .Miss ,V'era, i Ol^iii-vllle; Song, "The Farm'er's '/Oride," I Mr. G.-R. Sumner;. ".Tho'Be'lls \ot St. Michael's Tower." Choirj Sohg(/''Tho Lark Now Leaves His AVatery, Nest," Mrs. John Taylor; Trio,' i'Ve. Shepherds Tell Me," Mqssrs.., Su.mner,, KU-ner and .lohnston;^ Ladies' Chorus, "Boautous .\Iorn"; Song, ''Your-Heart Will Call Me Homo,"; Miss,'t-Vy'Dawson; "Comrades' Song;.of Hope,".. . Christian ChiiVch Satlirda'y ' The following is the.program tor the concert at the Christian Vliurch Saturday evening: ; � Music, Stringed , Orehesira; ^ SOng, 1 "Here's Joy to Ybt'i/"' Interracaialos and Juniors: Readingt ''So-ffear-Slght-od," Fell Buldcrsoni Reading, "Flbra's i Letter," Vera WllljamM;'Sbhg,.,''Just Find Fault," Geno 'Fjirrbw. ; Marjory liouni.s, Blanch Balilerjioii, Zera.IJuns-worth; Dialogue, "Riinhltig A"way," Lowell Heath and Fraunis Wliltftker; Reading, "TJariii.^d. McKcnzie. Mrs. Loadboater'was an old timer hero uiul her loss la felt by the older rest idents of Lothbrldfc'e, Tho flowers given were: Broken wheel by the fumllyi pillow, Wm. Scott ami family;, wreath, Mr. and h\rs. R. Coiiltry; spray, Mrs. J. R. Brason, Calgary;-spray, Mr. ana Jlrs. D. H. Ellon; spray, Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Mo-KonzJo; spray, .Mrs. E. Elliott; spray, Mrs. C. A,. JilaoEuclicrn and family; spray,'Art: Needlework class; spra.v, Mr. ami, Mrs.'Owen pelay; spray,,Mr. and Mrs, J. - Gillespie and family; spray. Air. and Mrs. H. H. Wicket; spra.v, Mr. and . >lrs. W. Hopkins, spray, Sin and;'Mrs. Wm. KoUat; spray, Mr. atid Ml-s.'A. E. Humphries; spray, MrJ and Mrs. C. H. Van Horn; spray, Mr, a!iid.Mrs. A. Annott; spray, Mrs. W. A. Ott; spray, Mr. A. Ma.x-well; spray, 'Maple. Leaf Chapter; spray, Mr. and Mrs.'.Tohn Scott; spray, Mr, and Mrs. Jas. Dawson; wreath, Mrs. Win, Barnes; wreath, Mr. and .Mrs. A, B, Dupeiv. . : DIED RISK~.^t Lethbridge, February 14, .Margaret, .beloved wife ot Privato Duncan Risk. Funeral from United Church'. 'NoTiM Lethbrldge at 2.30 p.m., Saturday. ' ' . ' ' ANNOUNCEMENTS Much Sought After Man .is Finally Safely Landed * In Jajl Curl Cattell who has kept the police of Southern AlbortaJn hot watev for the past two or three weeks, is safely repbslng in the provincial-Jail hert; today; fio arrived from Montana last niglit In chai'ge of'Detective Hesketh, who felt relieved "When, hd saw hiiu safely locked behind.the bars at the � Jail \vlth his chances oi' escape reduced to tho irreducible mlnlriium. ' ^ Cattell waived oxtrudilio'n. His.application for a writ of habeas corpus which was heard at Groat Falls was not aticceasful. In fact Cattell/ibcld-ed that it V/ould be better to coite to Canada to face the ntuBlc than to face the charge of being a military slacker across the line. His trial here on the charge of fraudulently -obtaining a new Mitchell car will open In the A. P. P. court tomorrow morning. A PACKAGE J. D. Higinbotham & Co -- Limited ' � ' � The "Alberta's Pioneer. DrMaa'�t�" Wholesale and Retail Chemists TELEPHONE No. 322 Personal Mention H. R. Eldrldge and R. S. Eldridge of WooU'ord, are In the city today. J. W. Evans is a Jlagrath visitor. R. H. Stonor. of Redcliffe, was in tho city "yesterday. Mr. Stoncr la one ot the founders ot Redcliff. B. C. Bailies and wife of Milk River, formerly of Lethbrldge, visited the city yesterday and today. - � T. E. Hkollh, the vvell known New Dayton farmer, is a city visitor. L..H, Jclllff, of Raley, spent Thurs- \. LAXATIVE BRO-MP i iStriNIKH -Tab. I I lots remove the cause.'kTlJoj'e la only .1 on(( "Bronio Ouinlti'vV.'f Bl' W.-f>ROVR'S I one "Bronio Oulnl^,\vV fjlgnaturo on bos MOST CHARMING TUB FABRICS AT "THE BAY." MAKE YOUR SUMMER DRESS NOW. You'll Want to Come Again! WESTBROOK BROS. Opposite Bank of Montreal FAMILY f PORTRAITURE Make it an annual duty - ,to yourselves to havo your chllil-ron'8, photo taltbn. ^yqu - wlU be creating .'abltilUg ..Bloasuros, 'tor your later 'ywrs, ; Smith's Studio ' 0O6 Third Ave. 8.  Phone, 1471 � Piles Cured In 6 to 14 Days. Druggists ' refund money it PAi'.O OINTMENT tails to cure Itching, Blind, Bleeding or Protruding Piles, First application gives rellaj. 50c. Concert la Wesloy,church by choir, Friday,-February 15th. Public invited. Silver collection. G2-5 A dance ,will be hold In Burgmann's j hall, 13th SL N., ovei-y .Saturday'night. Two piece /)rchp�tra,. R/ Burgmnnn in chargei-'Oents 75c. liadiea' free. Dancing from 9 to 12. . . nc-l . Yes, ,wa arc golng,'>;^Whiere? To the' Christian church.-^When? Saturday night at S o'clock. What to? A Sunday school entertainment. What,Is tho 'lidmlBsloh',' Only 25. cents tor adults awl .i?;'. cents for children, but It^ 19.>yortU.three times that much. Well.ri am golng'tob.. ' / UrIlTBD TAXI SERVICE : /phjone 387. 5S-0 FOR SALE JUTE SACKS Grain and Potato Citr arriving this week, F. O. HYDE & CO. Phone 1244 Lethbrldge CARLOADS OR LESS TIMOTHY, UPLAND, ALFAL. FA, MIXED TIMOTHY AND ALFALFA AND STRAW. CAREFUL ATTENTION TO ALL ORDERS. PROMPT SHIPMENT WRITE OR WIRE U3,F0R ( PRICES, Saunders Hay & Graip Co. 1321 2nd Avenue South Telephone 732 1 J' m '.^;/;Fpp fi'r5^;G(.ass TIjU ,YOji'.V/,lje?t ,,is.as near' as yottr ,toioph(jne,j rf; .^;�Rr;cpui:i^Rir: The Alberta,Me^t ,iy(^rl