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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - February 18, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta f Assiniboia Music Co., Ltd. 315 6th Str S. Phor.e 1040 Edison Phonographs. The New Edison the Amberola. Full range of Records. I LIE'S, irl ERALD HOTEL WINDSOR EUROPEAN PLAN MEALS FROM 6.00 A.M. TO 8.00 P.M. Good Tea Coffee Don't Forget To Go To DELANYS Ltd., for Meats GOOD TEA OR COFFEE ARE ESSENTIAL WITH GOOD FOOD. WITHOUT IT/OUR FOOD DOES MOT TASTE RIGHT. KWE ARE HANDLING A LI N F OF TEAS AND COFFEES IN BULK THAT WE GUARANTEE TO GIVE SATISFACTION OR YOUR MONEY WILL BE CHEERFULLY REFUNDED, BESIDE WE CAN SAVE MONEY FOR YOU IN THE BULK GOODS. � � * Maracaibo. COFFEE. Fresh roasted Maracaibo. per lb. ^!5c Special, per lb............................ 40c Choice, per !b. . :......................... 50c Fancy, per lb................... ........... 60c TEAS. BLACK OR GREEN. Broken Orange Pekoe. A blended quality, per lU.................. 50c Also n very extra one. per lb............. 60c Spider Leg, preen, per lb....................60c Gunpowder,' green, per lb................... COc Japan, green, per lb.................40c and 50c HIGH CLASS GROCERS THE GOOD CO. PHONE 525 We Feature Remedies and Toilet Preparations Because after careful investigation we have found them to he the most efficient and also the best value for (lie money of any to he had. , Let us tell you more about these preparation? and too, let us give you a copy of Penslar Health Book, containing Information that you should have, it is Free, ask for it. THE KENNY & ALLIN CO., Ltd. Pens lav Store NEXT DALLAS HOTEL PHONE 1487 Winnipeg ^Livestock Winnipeg, Feb. 18.-Offering today at the Union stock sards, 200. cattle, l!�o hog* Cattle and 'hog. .markets TTuii. trading very unlet onCattle.'Hogs dropped 7~� cents a hundred under last week's close. Market is also off,'on all medium and Common class stuff, which are extremely hfird sellers. Very few cattle changing .hands, toddy as iiuitc a few buyers are off the marker. Winnipeg Market Over Eighty Curlers Get Into Action in the Bonspiel Today Twenty-otic rinks �i braw curlers are locked in de-idly combat at the  aiding rink 1:1 the annual bonspiel which oi.en.'d at ten o'clock this morning. All the ten visiting rinks will be mi deck during the afternoon, aud the 'spiel v.-ill net away '.vith a vengeance before even ng. Kinks entered are: D. D. MeXabb. J. S. KirkhRin, Dr. Leech, .Tack Wales. TV J. Nelson. Chas".-* Carberry. J. F. Hamilton. W. P. Spaulding. Nicholson. H. J. H. Skeith. Dinning, all of Lethbridge; MeO.ortney and Ross. Taber: Stewart and Priugle. Macleod; Mo-Xaughton and Law. CarmangeV; Whicher of Vulcan; Moffat. Clares-holm; Ciiininings, Graumu and Stone, How Island: in all 21 rinks of which ten are visitors. Today's Results Four games were playe23h New York Stocks '- New York. Feb. IS - Closing sales: C. P. R. V. S. Steel 9Tts ed .States Steel preferred in1,!-' Cnil-\ Manicure Preparations and Implements The nails reflect refinement. Well groomed persons always devote commendable attention to the care of their hands., Tha care of the nails require- Nail Scissors, Files, Knives, Emery Boards, Nail Polishes, Pomades, Bleaches, Cuticle Salve. * Also "CUTEX" PREPARATIONS We have all these in best quality and at reasonable prices. It will pay you to select a complete outfit now. THE RED CROSS DRUG & BOOK CO., LIMITED PHONE 555 CITY AND DISTRICT,] Killed in Action ! Lance. Corporal Joseph Shield, of | Maclcod. was killed in petion. , Fernie Man Dies i K. S. M. Ambrose, of Fernie, is re- J ported in the casualty lists today ns j having died. ' ! Lecture Tonight j Dr. Salem Bland of Winnipeg, will j speak -this evening on the subject, | �- "Canada at the Crossroads." ' No trap can be faster, surer or stronger than its spring-which is one great reason why the Victor Trap gets them when many another trap lets go. Look over the Victor Trap F Start with the spring--examine the jaw�, the pan, the trigger. Then come back to the spring. ."' Seventy year*' Experience in that spring-and it makes the Oneida Community Came Traps the most dependable traps in the World. Consumers Hardware Company VICT TRAP; For Belgian Relief W. A. Buchanan, M. P., acknowledges with thanks, the receipt of $1.0u from a Belgian for the Belgian relief. Pincher Man III Pie. Chas. Living of Paicher Creek is reported in the casually lists today as suffering from bronchitis and gas. Orange Lodge L. O. L. No. lOGfi. meet at the Moose Hall on Tuesday, the liUh^U S p.m. All members and visitors are cordially invited. ' G.B JACK AY HAS Going to Calgary Messrs. Hoyt and Home. Board of Trade delegates to the conference on Freight Classification, leave this afternoon for Calgary. BEEN KILLED, TEXAS Fort Worth, Texas. Feb- 18.- A statement from American aviation headquarters here shows that of the thirty-one killed at the Texas flying fields, 20 were British and 11 Americans. The list includes several mechanics who met deatff on the ground. The fliers have been here four months. : NAVAL EMERGENCY FUND IN U. S. Washington, Feb. 18.-Supplemental appropriation estimates submitted to congress today include a new naval emergency fund of ?100,000,QCX) to expedite ship construction and fdr purchase ajtd construction of destroyers, submarines and similar craft. > : -> TIMOTHY, UPLAND, ALFALFA. MIXED TIMOTHY AND ALFALFA AND STRAW. CAREFUL ATTENTION TO ALL CROfcrtS. PROMPT SHIPMENT WRITE OR W'JBE US FOR PRICES'. Saunders Hay & Grain Co. 1221 2nd Avenue South Telephone 732 You'll Want to Come Again! WESTBROOK BROS. Opposite Bank of Montreal Had Three Sisters Here � Pic. Harry Sherwood Wanlle, 1131 h Batt., whose death was in Saturday's Herald,' leaves to mourn his death a widow who resides at 1(,02 :h'd Ave. X., also -three sisters. Mrs. H. Dawstm, Mrs. 11. Lackenby and Mrs. A. Biwtell. who all reside in North Lethbridge. Funeral Maybutt Girl The funeral of.lla::e! Alberta Pelhan aged " years and II months, �f May-hutte,'v.'ho died hen; on Saturday was held from MaeKay and Mac-Kay's parlors at 2 o'clock today, lie v. W. F.' Burns officiating. Interment look place in the family plot at the public' cemetery. Services \cere> held in the parlors. For Red'.Cross Tile Hon. Ti-eas. of the Bed Cross Society acknowledges with thanks, the following donations: Willard VV. C. T. I'.. Sin 00, per^.Viiss Ingram, secretary; While School District, 530.lit), per ,1. Tiffin; Lauh's of Warner, $45; . (.'�i!iolii:�latliPK of Warner, $H0.1U, per Mrs. F. L.' Shepherd, proceeds from : trav and tea set donated by Mrs. ; Notze.  Peculiar Phenomena The winter sky this morning presented a curious combination of phen- Tiie biggest deal in down-town real estate yet announced this year has just been consummated whereby Geo. B. MaeKuy becomes the own*' of the fiO feet on 0th St. S. known ns tin; Bentlny.Bloclc, and formorly occupied by the Bent lay Co.. general store. The properly now has located on it a three storey brick building on one lot :i::d a one-storey brick binding on the other. The purchase was mude from Messrs. Conyheare and Mewburn for the one-storey building and from Mrs. Alice Wyatt of Minneapolis for the larger building. ^ The purchase price has nol been announced. Mr. MacKay announces that as soon as present, leases on the building, now occupied by the Plaza Cafe aud J. G. Robertson & Co., nin out, the building will be occup'ed by the Consumers Hardware Co. which now occupies Uic Renter block. The rapidly expanding business of the Consumers has ma.de it imperative that more accommodas tion he secured. ;' This is the first deal in 5th Street1 property for many months, and may be taken as evidence of the iticrcusm prosperity of the city and of Mr. Mae kay's confidence in Its future. HUGE NUMBER WANT �j  DIVORCE IN PETROGRAD, | Petrograd, Feb. !).-(Delayed)-Ac-j cording to the Petrograd newspapers the Bolshevik! government's, action in I simplifying divorce proceedings has resulted in ;!S,0(i(i applications for divorce in the capital.alone. Funeral of Mrs. Risk The funeral of Mrs. Risk from the I'nlfert Church took place last Saturday.' Members of the Great War Vel- j erans acted as pall bearers. Rev. Mr. i }hvh">vs offciatcd. A great many members of the Next-of-Kin were prcsem. The casket, was covered with beautiful flower.':. FAMILY , PORTRAITURE 1 Make H :ta annual duly to' youji.elves lo have your children's photo taken. You will bo creating abiding pleasures for your later years. ... Smith's Studio 906 Third Ave. S. Phone 1471 FOP. FIRST, CLASS , The very best is as near as your telephone. R. COULTRY The Alberta Meat Market oniena such as very few old-timors-ever saw together.at one time.,. Two largo sundogh with a connecting belt stretching almost round the sky. a rainbow colored crescent in thu zenith and a rainbow lead:ng from the horizon up to it completed the spectacle about which everyone was talking. The old timer says the combination means cold weather though the wind is in the south west.after 15 below zero weather last, night aud\ if feels today more like u chinook. The "Veteran" Cithjens may have received a copy of a new publication, 'The Veteran," which is the official organ of the Great War Ycteruns Association, and is published In Ottawa. The new magazine is very cleverly gotten up, well put together and well'edited and will set forth the official views of the returned soldiers on the topics of (he day. .LienI. Tt. G. Swift is the local agent and will shortly inaugurate a canvass of Southern Alberta for subscriptions for Jhe magazine, and duly accredited canvassers will be appointed. The magacine Is one method of the veterans for help'ng themsolves and they are looking forward to hearty public support, for the magazine is well worth the money, asked for-it. To Cure a Cold in One Day Take LAXATIVE BilOMO QUININE (Tablets.) It stops the Cough and Headache and works off tho Cold. K W. GROVE'S signature ou each box. 30c. STATIONERY WRITING PAD8, FOOLSCAP PADS, LEGAL PAD8, SCRIBBLING PADS, NOTE PAPER, Boxed or in bulk. INITIAL STATIONERY, ' ENVELOPES. OFFICE SUPPLIES STENOGRAPHER'S NOTE, BOOKS, FILES, ,WASTE PAPER BASKETS, Wire or Wicker. CARBON 'PAPER, TYPEWRITER PAPER, SECOND SHEETS, TRACING PAPER, DRAWING SETS, DIXON'S DRAWING PENCILS, ' ADDING MACHINE ROLLS. BOOKS STANDARD WORKS, ^ POPULAR FICTION, NON FICTION - REPRINTS, PAPER BACK. NOVEL6, OXFORD BIBLES, PRAYER AND PRAISE. KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS PRAYER qOOKS, ETC., ETC. IheTwestletu Century Book Store "Everybody'* Book Shop" 514 4th Avenue Phone 813 WE SPECIALIZE IN OFFICE EQUIPMENT Typewriters, Office Furniture, Filing Cabinets, Adding Machines, Check Writers, Diaries, Loose Leaf Systems, Legal Forms, Counter Check Books. Corporate Seals, Stock Register Books, StocU Certificates A fine line of office stationery. We can equip your office from top to bottom. COME IN AND SEE THE WOODSTOCK TYPEWRITER. EVERALL & FRANKS Sinnott Block, cor. 4th Ave. and 5th St. Phont 1107 ;