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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 18, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta i Assinibaia Music Co., Ltd. '.31S 8th Str S. Phone ie45 > EdUen ,Phonoeraph3. The New.Edison nnd { the Ambcrol*. Full range of Recordi. HERALD Vi eUROMAN PLAN*, , MEALS FROM 6.00 A.M. TO *0p P.M. Don't Forget To Go To bELANYS Ltd., for Meats iM..:-ir.� and Coffee GOOD TEA ORCOI?1!EE ARE ESSENTI'AU. WITH GOOD FOOD. WITHOUT IT/OUR  FOOD DOES NOT TASTE Rj6HT?:>>y�,fe ARE HANDLING A LINE OF TEAS AND C0FFBE3 IN BULK THAY WE GUARANTEt^TOfO^Ve^SATISFACTION OR VOUR MONEY WIUL bE CHEERFULLY ;REFUNDED, BESIDE WE CAN iSAVE MONEY FOR YOU IN THE BULK GOODS. ' -COFFEE, Fpe8h'ron�ted,;Waracaibo, per lb./5gc Special, per lb.'. ;..............40c' Choice, ppr lb. .. . ----...... 50c Fancy, per )b. . i.i.....:......'............. 60c TEAS, BLACK OR GREEN. Broken Orano* Pekoe. ' A blended quality, per ID..................50c Also n very extra one, per lb. 60c Spider Leg, green.pei' lb..............;.____60e Gunpowder,'green..per lb................... 60c Jiipan, grier^, p4r lb.................4Cc and 50p HIGH-CLASS GROCERS THE GOOD CO, PHONE 525 V We Feature ^9!S^�&S Remedies and Toilet Preparations Because after careful investigation wo Jiavo found theni to be the most efficient and also the best value for the mone^' ot^any to be bad. , Let us tell you more about these propftrntlons and too, let us give you a copy of Penslar Health Book, containing Information that you^should have. It is Free, ask tor it. . - THE KENNY & ALLIN CO., Ltd. Penslar Store NEXT DALLAS HOTEL PHONE 1487 Winnipeg .... � Winnipeg, Feb. llT-iyOtterinijU.toda^-nt the Union stocfc^. 3!�!"^5;/'.J00vcattIe, 190 hogs: Cattle and hog.cjndrkets �null, trading very qfti^'t ttnkAtUg^-lIpgs dropped 75 cents a bvmdrcainider,ks Carberrj-, J. F. Hahilltoli, WiP. Spaiildlng. Nicholson, H. J. H. Skelth, Dinning, all of Leth-brldge; McCoriney and Rosa, Taber; Stewart and Prlngle, Maeleod; Mc 'Xaugbton � and Law. "-Carmangiy;' Whlchnr of Vulcan; Moffat. Clares-holm; Cuaimings, Grauum and Stone, Bow Island; in all 21 rinks of which ten are visitors. , ' Today'* Retill^ y  Four games were playetl thlsk morning m the Brewery competition with .:the result that Nicholsoa beat Nelson 10-S, McNabb;beat' Skeith 9-7, Wales beat SpaitldinK'10 to 9 and Leech boat Hamllotn;!! to 4. All except the 'latler game w'etc hotly contested^ At 1.30 Carberry^vt's drawn against Dinning. � . f ;  Following arb'Uje remainder of the day's-.draws:i r ' . ,3,30 p.m. Draw Kiykham.yl.'^loftat, Ellison. PrlngleYs. A\Titcber, Ellison. Stewart vs. McNaughton, Elision. Law vs.'IiecCh, illlison. ' 6,30 ptRi. Draw Cummings v^. Carberry. G.C. Ross vs. Skeith. E. ^ .JlcCortney' vs. Wales, E. Spauldtng vs, Stone, E. 9.30 p.m. Draw McNabb 'vs. Hamilton. E. Nelaon.vs. Kirkhfim, G.C. Law vs. Pringle,G. C. McNaughton vs. .Jloffat, G.C. Oats-Old contract: May ......... New contract: May ... ..... July......... Barley- �fay ........ FKix- May........ Cash Pr.ces Onts- No. 2 C.W... SSVa 'Extra No. 1 teed No. 1 feed.. 83 Barley-No. r. C.W... 162^ Rejected........ Feed........... Flax- . No. 1 N.W.C..... No. 2 C.W...341^ Open. Close. 109s 88 J46 ' 91 ,� SO - 349% No 6.W No 1 feed, �No. 4 e.w. S7U 'SO iliM".-^ 132 131 344 3 CW ^323^8 New York Stock* ' New .York, Feb. IS.r^.CJdslng Sales: C. P. R. 1481^; U. S. Steei;97Vs: .TJuU-ed States.Steel preforrdd lll^fi'. � \ AN OPTIMIST/IN WINTER i jarations and Implements The nails-reflect refinement. Well groomed persons always devote commendable attention' to the care .of their hands.,Tho-care of the nails requlrc*-  Nail Scissors, ^ Knives^; Emery Boards> Nail Polishes, Pomades, Bleaches, Cuticle Salve; I Also "CUTEX" PREPARATIONS" AVe have all these in best quality and at reasonable prices.. U will pay you to select a com-� plete outfit now. THEREDCHOSS DRUG & BOOK X:Q., limited PHONE 555 GiTY AND DIStRICT Killed in Action . Lunco Corporal Joseph Shield, of Mnclcod, wns'killed in j^ctlon. Fernle Man Dies ' R, S. Al. Ambrose; of Ffirnle, Is reported in the casualty lists today as having died. y' Lecture Tonight Dr. Salem Blond of WiuuiDcg, will Spoak-this ov.ening on the subject, '!Cannda nt the Crossroads." For Belgian Relief \V. A. Buchanan, JM. P., acknowledges, wltli thanks, -the receipt of ?1.00 from a Belgian, for the Belgian relief. Pincher Man III Pte. Chas. Living of Pinjiher Creek fs reported in the casualty lists today as suffering from bronchitis nnd gns. Orange LoUge' L. O. L. No. ItiGB, meet at the Moose Hall-on 'ruesday.,the 19tli%it .S p.m. All members and visitors are oordlal-ly Invited. ' 31 AM HAVE . BEEN RILLED, TEXAS = � Fort WcJSKli, Texas, Feb. 18.- 'A statement from Ainerican avlia-tion headquarter* here shows that of the thirty-one killed at ths Texas flying fields. 20 were Bnt- - 4> � >  f.wqsh -boiler needs anew copper i 'bott^oh},' your scale scoop needs rtnewing," your- stove pipes want ;, replacing come right here whore ;,yo�( can have exactly what you j'' want done in the least time for sitbp least money gogd'work and" '  f good muterlals will-permit. ThePw^ ,^fl(fAI�.ST.�f.fORO ILOpIC (From the"Vlew.s On-Jlany Tojiics-in The Chicago News-^^ ' Why does nobody . empUusUe; the Joys of winter? ^Vhy t'.on!t ;wo. sit cozlly In our homes and-xead Whit-tier's' "Snowbound"' untll^.the-..tears of appreciation course. -: dawn - our cheeks? When WhltUeJ-i say*, "Boys, a Mth!" why don t we all ^taoyeV and enjoy the fun as the 'hoary metfeora' fall? , . The recent heavy snow teyth, thing that ever bappflned.'- U'.fsjives the winter wheat ft;oiii complete^ dcs-troduction and belps 'keepV.the Wli^at supply large for next year. .'Snow; acts as a good fertilizer, on-gardenft'-and farms, and will increase' tho'putput next summer. Were'it^nottor-tjie! big crops all of us city neople would starve to'death. Bett(??iahat;.i'/few should! freeze to death' than' that all should starve to death.v ' " ^ People in the Soutli live-(n wretched hovels because natur^'ls;,bountiful and man moves along ihcU^CB of least' resistance. Give me. {69 snow, i*rher�f a' respectable germ, where energy must be released, contliiuany if one is to keep warm. Giyo.-pipficli Northern nillk, wheVo; cream .lBi;tnlck as leather and a rich, he^lOiy ye|low. I Give me in seaspn Rll6y!B. '^^hon. the frost is on the pumpkin.and,^0 fodder's-iti the shock.'* Give'.nii^:that glorious appetite fort the Thattkagfving. Christmas and New years'-oyhich is one gieat IMbc�yll|y^^ .^ficior Trap gete them when many anotlief trap Icls i(o. Look lok over the Victoc TruJ Start with the tpring^rlHuii^'d^ lkeiwn,ihelii8ger. Ilien come bacj^ to the ipm^/^^^ , , Experience in that tprmg-and it maltei^/lK^'OneKk: Commuhily Game Trap* the most dependable traps in ihc'^oftd^ v � V . -,. ' - ' '. , Consumers Hardware Company Going to Calgary Messrs. lloyt and llorno. Board of Trade delegates to Uie conference on | Freight Classification, leave this after noou for Calgary." Children's Aid The regular meeting of tlie Cliil-dren's Aid society will be held this eveniing at the resldeiico of Uev. M. Snow, Third avenue. , Coming to Lethbridgc. �R. L. Norman has quit the editorial chair ot the Coleman Bulletin and came to Lethbridge to take np a posi-tfon wltli the Imperial Life Assurance Company. . J Goes to Coast.  R. P. Wallace has gone to tluV:^p>'' DEFI^ BOt^^HEVlKI Petrograd, Feb. 10.-;'(Del�yed,). -^The Most Rev,, On; Tlkhoii, patriarch of all Rus"8lai:sind\ Biggest Deal "in' Down-Town RealEstate F6r Some ^ ' The biggest, deal In down-town roiil estate. y^t announced/ this year Ims just been consuthiiuiie'I whercHy Geo, B. Mackay becbni'ea-the'ownA- of the 50 feet on Cth-St.v..S.,kno.wu as ' ifio BentlayiDlpclf,.'aiid:;fbrmbr!y occupied by tliB'Bentloy Co;,;general store. Tiio property now has-located on It.a three storey bricit building on one lot :ir.d a one-Btorey ' brlcit', bii'ldlng on the other. The purchase was made from Messrs. Conybeare and Mewbu'-'n for the oiie-storoy-building and froiii Mrs. Alice Wyatt of Minneapolis for the larger buildlug.y The purchase price ha.? not been announced. . Mr. MacKay announces that as auou as present leases on the building, now | occupiodrby the -Plaza Cafe and J. O. > Rbhertson & Co., riin out, thebullding win l^e ocoUp'ed--.'by � the Cohsumora . Hardware Cc-whlcliuow occupies the | Renter bloo"k.-The- rapidly oxiuudlng business of' the Consumers has mjdo . it imporatlvo.;that moro accominoda* tion bo securnd; ^ , � . "This is-the flrst'dettl in 5th S^rcetf property for many-months, and may be taken ns ovideiioo of the increasing prcBperity, of th'ocityand of Mr. Mac-kay's conddenc'e iiu its - future. HUGE I NUMBER WANT . DIVORCE'IN PETROGRAD. Petrograd, Feb. 9.-r(Delayed)--A0-cordtng to tlio Petrograd uOwspapers the Bolshoviki goveri)nn;.iU'fii actlou in HimpUfying divorce .proceedings resulted in.SS.ODO dppltcations. for divorce in the cnpitai.alone." '-.--. Faneral of Mr*./tisk ; Tho-funeral of Mrs.. Risk from tlic United Churhh took place last Saturday. Members of the Great War.A'ei-crans acted as pall bearorB, Rev. Mr. J-Tri,if!iia ott'clatcd. A great many members of the Ncxt-of-Kip wore preseni. The casket was covered with beautiful flowerc. FOR-8ALE � JUTE,SACK3; Grain and-Pdtatfc, J .Car arriving � " Lethbrirfg* Spireila Goods. MADE TO OHd'eR . , ' $3.50 4!p .Phone 582 Miss Knapp ROOM 6, DOMINION BLDG, -Funeral Maybutt Girl' The funeral otyHa.":el Alberta Pelliuu [aged .3 years and G-months, of'M.iy-butte,"who died hero ou Saturday was held from JlacKay and MacKay's par-lora-at 2 o'clock today, Rev. W. F? Burnri officiating. Interment look  placBi in (ho family plot at the public' , comotery. Services werij. held in the parlory. UNITED T.\XI SERVICE PHONE 387. ' For RedSCross .The Hon. Treap. o^. the/Rod, Cross Society rtcknowledges , with thanks, !the railbwing donntlons: WiUard \V. , C. T; U., $10.00, pei;,MlRs..lngVani, see-rotary; ^yiiUo School District, ?30.00, per ,1. Tiffin; Ladloa oC Warner, ?45; Catholic�ladlo� of Warner, |30.10, per Mrs. y. L.' Shoplierd, proceoda from tray and tea sot donated by, Mrs, Nolzo. -vT-v;-rr eQUIPMBNT OURSffBACJOB 'XTTACN. INpqRATe  , iAUTo;TBAiLiRe ,fui.-Tfy'ATpiiii i -^/(piMpnn/eNai.'iEt ,4^ HAY CARLOADS.Qll^UMSi .J./ TIMOTHY, UPL/&lb;/'Ati? . The/winter sky this morning presented a curious combliiation of phen- FAMILY PORTRA.lT.URE aj^ko It an annual duty tpf yoiu'selves to h^o'.your cl)H(|-. ron's photo taken-. You.will bp^ creating abiding plejiBures tor, yjoiir; later yoars.'"'te,''' 'y'; .'.�Smith'ilS^yliS 906 Third Ave. 8."  FOR FIR8T,.CLA86 ,^ MEATS *-'''ThD very best is as' near as ^p^r, telephone. '''.S'tU Alberta Meat Market ......... omonn such b\3.> yej-y  few .ild-tlniors-ever daw togetb'er;.'at one time.Two-largo putidogbvwlth ft connecting. belt-stretching almost- round the ^ky; n' rninbow-'colot'edlcrescent in tha >scnlth' and a ralnbow",:lead!ng from-the horizon up^toiti completod th'o Spectacle about whi^h; everyone ',was talkbigj The old tliuei'/ says the cqmbiuattpit means ,qQld,w6ather though the wind is in the southwest.aft^r 15 below zero woathpr Jast night'(\nil\lt''feels todoy more like lichipopk.V � � 'i ., ;^hj8':f'Veteran"' ' ' Citlxeiis may,' have -received a copy of a HOW pubJlcation, 'The Veteran," which, is tlie-official organ ot ,the Groat War- Vateran6>^ssocintion, and Is pubilsiied lii Ottawa. The new magazine sis. vory^ oieverly .gotten up; well put together, and welf^edited nnd win set forth the oMlqial vlaws of the returned spldlers on the, topics ot Ihn day,-.jUlout.'; rt-.: O. SwlfU Is the locUl agonland wlli, shprlly inaugurate n convasB/bf Southern -Albortn for sub-auriptlons -for ^he magazine, and duly nccreditadiCanyAHsersnvill be appointed, ,ThQ tn^KMine' one niethoit of tlio. velei^aiiB itoivrbelplng tbemsolvo^' anrt they-Arti lodklnt'tdrw^rd to^hoarty (Subllv sappoi't,: fo;�;.'m^ya!iihb\^ W'gHff?�f^th-e>f^pnJy{:a9Vt^^il|-.o Jtndjnrorka o(f>tlie'^6|d.->l!l  W..,QnOV]t>'B.nignAture oii each box. 30c. ' '  : FinilltHlipe! STATIONERY writing ^Aoa, FOOLSCAP PADS, .'^ LEOAU PADS,- ' \ V V i ~ SCrflBBLING.PADfr, " , .NjOTE>APER, , , ' '' Boxed or In, buik. -INITIAL STATIONERY, ' ENVELOPES. ./ i' , , OFHCE SUPPLIES: STENOGRAPHER'S NOTE) BOQK8, . i-ILE8, \WA8TE' PAPER BASKET?, ^CARBON (PA^ERi X  TYPeWRITER PAPERj SECOND SHEETS. , TRACING .PAPER, DRAWING SETS, DIXON'S DRAWING PENCILS. . N /ADDING M/yCHINE'ROLLS. BOOKS STANDARD W0.^KB. . ^ POPULAR PICTtON. NON FICTION?; ' REPRINTS, '/s . . 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