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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - February 15, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta Assiniboia Music Co., Ltd. 315 6th Str S. Phone ir�**i.: Edison Phonographs. Thr Now Eclison r,.id the Amberohi. Full range of Records |- IERALD HOTEL WINDSOR ...............T - ---------------------....... ------ EUROPEAN PLAN MEALS FROM 6.00 A.M. TO 8.00 P.M. \ Fish and Oysters vy FOR THE LENTEN SEASON . . WE HAVE ARRANGED TO HAVE COMPLETE Lt.\Ei5 C,;" THE HIGHEST QUALITY. LET L'S SHOW YOU THE Ki\D WE HANDLL. DELANYS MEAT CO., '�;fth OPPOSITE HOTEL �h o � 9 VEGETABLES Potatoes, qtir�!ity. dry and - ;h C?bb.iQ?. i: r?c 'sr ........ I ^ ( lbs. Tor.......... Vivcnci.i Onion.--. 2- 'js. fot........ cwt. $2.75 ...... 23c 25c i * * 1 * I > 1 % 4 25c 25c = n ^ ^ ^ W W FRUIT We Feature Remedies and ioiiet Preparations j.' ;�i*n-r i;::^i'ui in w -'iu.aion \v o haw found the;;; i.r hv jv. most �/."it'll lit il'.r ^-.-i vi'.hif Vt�r tin* money ot" nny to h.' hud. ::iv ? ^ FATHER ENLISTS NOW: 1 *! v 6 SHEEPMEN'S MEETING THIS EVENING HIGH-CLASS GROCERS THE GO PHONE 5 2 5 V i*a * � Cliii'ago. Fob. Toy H. V7otnv?ro  ^ mi tiu1 way to Moncn.'al ;oday u� '�nOiark for ilmy ut rlu� fl*oat. Ho : ^ was a prosperous haniu'itf^ nierohnnt "at Swift Current. Sask.. until reocm-'^ !y. His two sons oniisUd in the Can-I.^ ailion Expeditionary Forces. At the j * hator' tbo Sommc th^ *-*.vo l?oys ' wor*" Villrti and Ii-jtUe- lay o:s ;ho firld for thiy.- before hpin? rerov-*>reil and buried  by rheir comrades. I Some time later Th^^f facts n-aehod ' th*?' parent^ in a brief official message. � ^, Tho i:nuh*?r crioved until a year up-o. 1 win-n sh? died from a broken h/?ar;. ; Wctmoro ondt-avoved repeatedly to en-; li?t but each time tin- Canadian offtY-1 t'rs rejected hitn. Yesterday ho camt- ; i�> Chicago and at the Briti^h-Canad-j ian roeruninc: station told his story . Friday, o veiling. 1" o'eloek on Saturday morn-it:.? and l.'JO on Saturday after-Vioon. ami wiil be held in the Hoard of Trade building. Owins to some misunrtens'tandinff a munber of the sheepmen sath-i1 red this afternoon for a meet* iu� bur Mr. Iliteh visited a mnubr-r oi point.- in the country as pn.'-arran^ed by Mr. Stevens, the provincial livestock commissioner.  * *  Manic \ND DISTRICT i I A I WINNIPEG MARKET Onen f # * * ? 1 + * t * *  *' * o *.* *J � � * to be held ) for hour-- (o enahle them to leave ! tlm eirv. ! The two men. who have criminal ' Tteerds in the United Stales were ar-1 rested at the Fnion Station yesterday . v.hep^ tiiev arrived for /he purpose. ' presumably oi* fleecing bonspiel visitors in Winnipeg. Washington, Feb. 15.-President Gompars of the American Federation of Labor in a prepared statement today, made an appeal against any conscription of labor. He rev'tiwed the loyal war time services of the American worhing-roan and expressed the hope that nothing could be done "to hamper the constructive work of organized effort of free workers, who have been rendering indispensable service and who will stand faithful until victory comes. Oats- Old contract: a 1 , �� Xew contract May . . . July . . . Barley- Mav . . . Flax- Mav..... CASH PRICES Oats- xo. -i (\w... Kxtva 1 F?ed . . . Xo. 1 Feed..Sl:"s Barley- Xo. :\ V.W.. .Ui-'f1.. j Rejected . .. 1 Flax- 1 Xo. 1 X.W.C. ! Xo. ^ CAY,..r.^5-.'- No. :] IWX../M-:* j Calgary Livestock [ Fat^ary. Feb. ir�.-FKteen cars ! cattle and 70*> hogs were received at i !h^ >tock yards Friday. Hogs ran up i :M:>.io. Canln wero ritee.tiy. tops bri!i;r-1 ins ?U'.r>n. Cattle are haius absorb- Preparations and CITY AND DISTRICT Implements s The naihs r:?fTocf refinement. Well groomed persons; always devote oommenriable attention to the care ot" their hands. The care of the nails r^nuire- Xo. C.W.. .$4 S4 *J Feed..75as School's to Open at Nine ft) The schools here will commence to open e.i nine next Monday. Shipped East The body of the late A. U. Wiley was today shipped east to (!iencoe, I Out., whore the parents of the de- ; | cca-rcd r�'side. i j -----------.. ! Funeral Mrs. Leadbeater Nrxt-of-Kin Notice The funeral of Mrs. Leabeaier. of i j The member-; of the Next-oi'-Ktn are \ Hardievillt? took place Wednesday) j asked to aUnul the funeral of Mrs. j afternoon at 2.3l� oYlock Jo the public j j Kisk at the I'nited Churcli. Saturday cemetery. The pall bearers were Owen � . afternoon at '2.-.�1 \. I )elay . ot Hardievflle . K. Adams, i ; ('buries Van Home, llngh Cameron. Death of Infant ; Charles HyHlop anil Kd. .McKenzie. Pe)rr Iaico. the 7 months old son of 1 Mrs, Leadbeater was an old timer here Stock the Following Lines of Stoves and Ranges: Peninsular 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. Lighter-day High Oven Range. City Queen Range. ALSO SIX STYLES IN GAS RANGES AND EIGHT STYLES AND SIZES IN GAS HEATERS. SEE OUR ASSORTMENT. Consumers Hardware Company CATTELL SAFELY Fi 1 * �  No. I C.W.. .la;j�-.........IZ'1 dt'� I Nail SciSSOrS IhueS m A1'"' "m! Mvs* Miktl ljU(,fl- OI* Enchant. ! and her los.s is felt bv the older resi v . F r> 1 3 S flowor, glvcn wm.: nrok Nail Polishes, Pomades, Bleaches, Cuticle Salve. Much Sought After Man is Finally Safely Landed In Jail On Custom's Staff Pliarhv.4 West ley. having passed \\\* whcoi by the lumily: pillow. Wm. Scott j rurl ratttfI! wil0 has kept thft and lttimly; wreath, Mr and Airs. K. of Southern Alberta; in hot water for Poultry; Also "CUTEX" PREPARATIONS We have all these in best quality and at reasonable prices. U will pa;.- you to select u complete outfit now. :^,..^"l-..u;,.!!?.i1^s FrMay .1 THE RED CROSS DRUG ALBERTA'S EYESIGHT SPECIALIST JOHN F. MILLER OF CALGARY. 404 UNDERWOOD BLOCK, WILL BE AT ; .--hipped east muI west.  Winnipeg Livestock ; Winnipeg, Keb. 10.-Trading ^as ' \ steady at the Pnion .stock yard? today j : for both er.Ule and hogs. Offerings �� were :-;u�i cattle and 1SCT bogs. 1 Quotation.*: Hutcher steer,*;, $T to � %\'Z: heifers. Sri.5t.J to $10.50; cows.! I ->4."itt to SLu: bulls. K>S>0 to SS: oxen.; : �>> to stocIters and feeder.-?, ?7 ro  ;S&..ri0: ealves, $u.~>n to \2. Hogs. 14 ' i i.-v Sir,-, sows. *U� to %V\: li^ht. ^1 :'...",�> 'to si;,. i)rro ('.at Pte. Miircltant was (juaran* . tir.ed .*'.! I'jdnay v.jLh a number of o-h'-r iviurnr�:) viildi^r". -nvinK to Ih.v c;iv ^-na]!oo\ whieh broke out on I PHONE 555 an irmhK.a,j0 minimum, -spray, A r. and Airs. y\ H \\ R-ket; ; raltell NVaived ^tradition. ; -ju'ay, Air. and Air.-. \\ . Hoplun spni.vr Air. and Airs. Win. Ivdlal; p. His application for a writ, ot" habeas corpus 'T �A i in.i� t:�^ wav out. The small-,,=n : ^ ' I, ' A K LJ^hcV- * wl,,,ch was h":lnl ^ Pillis w:ls & BOOK CO., LIMITED I rrm,vn,l at M..oho Jnw. ^ ^ h 'lT lj, ?n i �u.s!oy chnrch and his sub-K L v,,'M�^�: ^h % mir, MUeheU car wl" �Pen in A ^! Hpray, Air. and Atrs. John Scott: spray,; chapge of fl.audulentlv obtaimng Canada to face the music than to face the charge of being a military slacker ; j aci'obr the line. His trial here on the a ject at ni^ht is one that ought tf> be very (iafly. "('an the Churches Make the (Jrad"." As J)r. Bland lias taker. :i very j'dvr.need po-"il.ioa on all social and lab'jr qu^.sthuis yei'y hir.LV aud-*:',;u:'fi'* Kau," Aiins Djymar Sand- , ouist: -Sine:, Sing. Bird* on the Wing'* i .Mr.?. i\ W. Barton: "O Memory'." Ales- 1 dames j-'jirris. Hughes, and Air. Wind- i diniiton; .Son�j. "Tlie Admiral'.s FirooiJi' j AJr. .1. c. AleKee; "Waiting for the' Swallov.s," (*ho3r:^*ojji;, "Shepherd's ; Cradle-flong," Ah"s.> Agnes Dowseti: ; Heading. S. .1. rrhephnrd: Piano solo. ' "\'al.-?e-Arai>esfjue' MT-fs Vera Ulan -; ville: Souff. "Tl)e Farmer's Bride.** ; Air. 0. H. .Sumner: --The Bolls of Sr. ; Ali._ha'd - Tower.'* Choir: Song. "Tae Lark Novv Leaves His AVaterv Nest."' ' Afrs. John Taylor: Trio. "Ye Shep- \ herd-' Tell Ale," Aio>:-;r^ Sunmer, Kii- i net* and .lohn^ton: I.adie,1-' Choiai-. ; 'P.t'viufon-- Morn": Sontc. "Your Heur. j Wi'li Call Ale Home,'* Alias Ivy U.iw-; >ou: '('nrnrad^s' Sons *' fiiu'ert at the Christian church iSa'.ur- -day e-vi-ainj.'; ~~ Mu;ic Htrir.t;rd f)rchcstra: Soup;.) 'i lere's .(i.-domu.\ "Playitik I-Jourfe," Florence Mi mil and Bnnetta Kranci's: Souk-'IMuree. Mr. Alail-.Man, firing Me a L'-iiei-." Vera William:1, accompfiuied by Sidney Williams: Mu.-dr, fltrin^'-d Th wadding English curative for colcJs, rheumatism, ralsia. coughs, neu- br one hitis, DIED BISK--At LethhridKe. February Jl. Alar^aret. beloved wife of Private Duncan Risk. Funeral front United t'hin-rdi. Xorth Lethbridfre at. 2.Ho p.m.. Saturday. A NNOUNCEMENTS I i cia- tica, etc.. etc., etc. Sad Death A very -:ad >:>ih occurred vlu-!i �Mr-!. Durcr-.n Bink p;o-sod away in Celt hospital Thursday morning. An opera- * ion had been anijeipated but owing -'--------- { to her weak ro million it was not per-- Concert in Wesley church by choir, j forme;t and heart faiiuro wan the im- j Friday. February 15th. Public invited.' ; mediate cause of death. A committee ! Silver collection. 52-5 from il'.� patriotic fund and Sir Alo_v-f----- andra. Gelr. chapter. l.O.D.K., are ai-' A dance will be held in rJurKiuann'rt j t(. ndi'na; to all arrangements, l'riends i iiall, 1'Ath St. X., every Saturday nifdif. :']'; invited to n'i'-nd funeral services a( Cm'U'd Cliurch tomorrow afternoon at -J."n. Maybe You'll find It Here! r.vo piece orcheKtra,. Rj Burgmann in charge. Gents 7ac. Ladies* free. Dancing from u to 12. 5(i-I Veri, we are going.Where? To the W'nen? Saturdav j A PACKAGE Hi inbothain & Co Limited The Jfew* "Alberta's Pioneer Druoglata" Wholesale and Retail Chemists. TELEPHONE No. ZZZ Personal Mention (i. il. KbiridKH and 11. S. KIdridKf oJ j Christian church. Y\"ooirord. a.r- in the city today. I ni^ht at S o'clock. What to? A Sun-j J. \Y. L'vans is a Ala^rarh visitor. [day school entertainment. What, is It. U. Stomu', of Ttfdeliffe. was in tho. \ the admission? Only 2a cents ritv yesu-rduy. Air. Ston.'-r is o;ie of i for adults and cents for children, iiie ieai.dei;; of Bedcliff. j but it is worth three limes that much.! 'W. C. B^iises and wife of Aliik River, ; Well, I am going too. - ' formerly of Lethbridtce. visited the y.-.-te-.iiay and today. 1 T. I-:. F:kcifh, :I:e �.ell known Xow | ]):� \: .on fa finer, hivos reli -f. GOc. I UNITED TAXI SERVICE PHONE 387. ii MOST CHARMING TUB FABRICS AT "THE BAY." MAKE YOUR SUMMER DRESS NOV/. r FOR SALE JUTE SACKS Grain and Potato h ;m annual duty to yourh(iivc:-i vo havo ycur children 3 pboto taken. ,You will ho ort:atini; aV/ulinu pleasures tor -your li-.r.-rr vears. Studio 905 Third Ave. S. Phone 1471 WHITE OR WIRE US FOR PRICES. Saunders Hay & Grain Co. 1221 2nd Avenue South Telephone 732 WE SPECIALIZE IN OFFICE EQUIPMENT . Typewriters. Office FurnUuro, Filing Cabinets, Adding Machines. Chock Writer^ Diaries, Loose Loaf Systems, Legal Forms, Counter Chuck Books. Corporate Seals, Stock Register Boolu, Stock Ccrtii A fine line oi: office t'tutiOn-jry. Certificates j We can equip ytfur office from top to bottom, COME IN AND SEE THE WOODSTOCK TYPEWRITER," EVERALL & FRANKS Cinnott Block, cor. 4th Ave. and 5th St. Phon� ttor ;