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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 18, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta NOilQHKIMER PIANOI PHONOGRAPHS ASS1NIBOIA MUSIC CO., LTD. "Everything H5 6th Street South Phone IMJ LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD KMR FlfMC ad HIM CO Phone 1448 1243 Fifth Avenue S. "REPRINT BOOKS lis this line we liarc v.iany by Stralloa 1'ortcr. Z-ine Urey. Jack UaroM lioll Hi- roniT, M. Bower. Ki.lsowii Oil'.nni, Rolen aum Randall Parrish, 3. Locke. Mary Itobcrls llluekm. At 85c each THE KENNY ALLIN CO., Ltd. DALt-Ai MOTH MODEL BAKERY PHONE 1175 AND HAVE THE DRIVER CALL. N. J. SCHWEITZER License Number S-17SS FINE GROCERIES HANDLED ON A SMALL MARGIN Our present system nieatis '.hat we do business with a oreat deal less overhead exoense than when had book accounts and hlsh delivery costs to contend A great living Is made this way and we take Ihis oil the price ot the goods. Large numbers of people are dealing here this way and like it. So would you. We have special values on potatoes, cabtaje. apples, dried fruits, teas and coffees. Every. thinrj in the store is sold cheaper than we would have to tell for were we still doing business the old way. FOR PULL LIST OF PRICES GET OUR LATEST CATALOGUE. THE GOOD CO., LTD. HIGH CLASS GROCERS Fooi Board License No. 8-5W TWO STORES T The memttersiim ct Jhc of traie. of wtlci n. n. Hoyt is chairman, is disappointed over re- turns EO far this year. lets J1000 have teen turned in this year than last in spite of the fact'that H eedea a board ot A.O.F., COURT STAR Are Holding a DANCE The Ftmriu ui iue IN THE K. OF P. HALL ;rade plenty or funtfs at, its dis- posal, it Is this year cf reconslruc- ;ioa. Money is needed io coordinate ;he efforts to secure frifcutfon. rail- way extension and dozen other pro- jects which rejouml 10 the pros- perity of the district. Chairman Hoyt s members to send in their fees, evins that H shouM not be neces- sary for busy iueii to go out and mafce personal canvass among the busi- ness and'profeEalonal men of the city for memberships. MONTREAL HERALD .SOLD BY AUCTION MONTREAL. Feb. The Mon- treal Herald, its plau and equipment and food will were sold at public aui: tion tbls'morninE for Tba book debts of the company, amounting to vrhtch were considered "were sold for 75 cents on tha dollar. A: Huntley Duff, a local law- yer, was ihe purchaser. Mr. cUimcd that he was buying for him self, bat it is generally accepted hero that merely acting for some one whose name has not. yei beeu reveal MARKETS Grain and Livestock Frt. Oats ;c Icra-tT (or May and V (or uly. Barley closed 1'io liist.er tor lose.! 'ic higher for May. Winnipeg Markets Ojwn. Cloao. May C7'4 uly 07 ilay................. I Uly .................SIS 31SS Cash Prices No. .Vo. 3 Xo. 1 roed.-Wi No- Xo. 3 X'o- 1 C.W...7SU Rejected.....71 Feed....... Tl Xo, 1 X.AV.C..................31SU Xo. 2 Xo. 3 CALGARY LIVESTOCK CALGARY, Feb. 300 head of cattle were on the nnrXet at the Calgary stockyards at noon today, and prices averaged a little better than yesterday. A carload of steers averaging a Mttte over pounda brought JH.40; 11 head averaging 1150 pounds made 10 cows How to Increase Poultry Profits At the present pritos of poultry and you should interest- ed in anything that will pro-, ruole the vitality of your fowls' find increase the' cf eggs- Frail's Poultry Regulator Is an effective poultry tonic. It phouM be 11 sH froe.y at this as it will your poultry to resist tht> efitcls of colil ivcather. Price 30c and 60c pkg. CITY AXD DISTRICT Instructor III J. ManUy. physical director at tho is laid up at preseiil. but is rapidly improving. RED CROSS DRUG BOOK CO., LTD. ShcrlKk Bldg. Lelhbrldns Phones Here from Foremost A. J. II. inmhae, prondonr of Itu1 Tnion of Alb1- ria Mmucinalilies Is in the ciiv Veterans' Football All veterans in foolbal! arc 10 meet in ihe club room.s on Friday evening at eight. Moose Lodge Owing to of Mr. Peter Wright on ev tiling. Hie Moose Ixn'ge lip.ve postpone! their smoker SALE OF ODDS ENDS A WINDOW FULL OF ARTICLES AT 5c each ANOTHER LARGE LOT AT 1 Oc each AND STILL ANOTHER AT 25c each Cost is not taken into consideration. Some genuine. bargains. ___________NO PHONE ORDERS______________ Supply Co. BUSINESS FHONEG 1919, 121Z OFflCE 1920 to Thursday evening. February 20th. t" at al e.itriotlc Fund Office iVpf-mU'iUs reluming Knghiut are and friends plrase Box for Soldiers of in.igjzr.Tes for ih-1 solitiers ut Kratili be forwarded from tho Herald office this week, and thOde 'ffio Jiave now uiagszlnef tn L-ontribuio .arc asked to leave them r.t (tie Herald office. office in their !he 1'jtriotic Fund lost office buiMtng Ushers TiiP following returned sokHers Uai'u bc-en named as ushers for the Teter lecture hi U'esley church'Wednesday evening. K. jor Citnnlngham, Percy TiirnliuJl ynl Kobeti Andrews. Salvation Army Scouts and Guards Demonstration In the Citadel on Wednesday- night JVlrujiry lii'tti, one of ihe best iiro Kniinmcs win be given by tlie Scouls Guards on this occasion. Tickets conts. wliich can 1m bad from Miss (hia riovham, Guard Leader, r.nd Krayno. Scoiit leader. Proceeds in aM of this movement. %vay K. llolilis. returned soldior. IVRU rommittcit for triul today on ol robbery, obtaining tuoney undur lalsc pretenses and ivith carrying a re- volver mi la w tul ly. At niljourneil police court heur- lortiiy, n of witnesses testi- fied to having cashed for Dobtis Can- adian Kxnvccs money orders, the blanks of which ivorn said to have been taken ;il the point of a revolver from a Chinese agent oE the company in Winnipeg. averaging 055 pounds brought 32 bsad averaging jwunils made heifers went as high as UO.aO; Save because, by saving, you set an head of slocfeer stetre short feeders exampte'thal mates ii easier for tha j broilght w head of .ordinary neat man. to save, A saving nation Is stocker steers, 510.75; calves averag- ins 320 pounds made There ivere no hogs on sale, but selects are quot- ed at off cars.. nation. Buy Thrift Mi" Arr.old s; Otxhsitra For-Invitations Phone 1792 Stocks, Bonds and Grain Options n ARV Market Ye Olde Fashioned HONEY and READY AGAIN With nice, fresh killed meats this week. R. COULTRY Phone 492 Tht Alh-rti Meat Mcrket Canada Food Board License Number S-28593. CHOICE ALFALFA Delivered in the city, baled at, 5SO a ton; loose 526 a ton. Wagon lots only. F. O. HYDE 4 CO. Phone 1244 Lethbrldge One Speaker 'Advocates Policy of 100 Hens For Every j Farm YOU'LL FEEL LIKE COMING AGAIN.' WESTBROOKBROS. The Sanitary Shop, Herring Rock Cod Pike We deliver a Coatdale Block Control License For. YOU WILL NEED GOOD HAY and OATS for your spring work. Gel sup- ply now- We' have a limited quantity the BEST TIMOTHY HAY AND EXTRA No. 1 FEED OATS Carload lots and Ic'ss. Prices on application, SAUNDERSHAYAND GRAIN CO. 1221 ?ND AVE. S. PHONE 7K LETHBRIDGE, ALTA. Ouija Boards The Vancouver Fish Market The delayed shipment haa ar- rived. Get your board early. "THE FOUR HORSEMEN OF THE AGAIN IN STOCK. ROBERTSON'S BOOK STORE PHONE 1265 LETHBRIDGE HOTEL BLOCK OTTAWA, Feb. J, A. Crete- dale, acting deputy minister of culture, welcomed a delegation poultry men here today. He asked them to consider and de- velop a policy upon which uniformity of, ncLion for the whole Canada could be developed. He reUrred to; the opportunitj1 for Canada in (he ex-1 [tort trade and the necessity for this country developing her resources to the utmost In view of financial- obligations arising out of the ivar. Among other stops already taken to develop the export trade, he cited the cold storage warehouse to be buiit L by the government in Montreal. "Every province -was represented among the delegates prestfU, .who in- cluded President Barker, Alberta Poul- try President.W. Kerr. Manitoba PouHry Association; E, British Columbia Poultry Asso- ciation; A. Anderson. British Columbia Poultry men's Union; A. H, VTUford, Saskatchewan Co-optTatlve Creamer- ies; S. X. Arnaud, SaskalfihcTS'an Pro-' vincial Poultry Breeders' 'Asaoctatlon; Hare, dt-partment o'f agri' culture; A- R. Terry, British Columbia agricultural deparlment- and ProfeFFor Lunn, University of British Columbia. Professor P. C. Elionl. of the Do- minion expert mental ?sna, advocated and costs Cor infractions of the liqUur vti. SOLDIER ON SERIOUS CHARGE are an excellent thtag for mild form of Coughs, hoarse- ness, etc-, besides being a fav- orite candy-for 'both children and adults. n 3% PER POUND Limited The Ptoneer Druaaltts" Wholesale am) Retail ChemlaU Phono 1M5 and 322 On Hon. A. J. McLean's Staff Lieut. S. Anderson, formerly of Uic First C.M.R.X lias been in a new position timlor ihe jirovinclal minister of public ivorks. Hon. A. J. McLc.tn, he will be in charge of all appointments of returned sold- iers in that department, and will also purchase all Ihe supplies for the ditt- crenl of Uie province, A Social Evening A social evening was held by tlic Kast Lethbriilge U.F.A., at Crystal Late liouse on Friday evening last which largely attended, !t was the of a series of such even- ings looking to ihe development, of Ihe community movemcni in the irict. Musftat selections were given Ly Mr. 2nd Mrs. Van brief by Mr. Xewton, assistant 5Uiiorjntcnilent of Ihe Experimental farm. David King, and A. Hamil- ton- E. 11. Knighl, president ot the local, iho "ITH- grvini there were Tcfreshineiits and WINNIPEG, Feb. Con- BIG DANCE RAYMOND OPERA HOUSE Good Music Guaranteed FRL, Feb. 21st I STANDING VOTE WINNIPEG, Ffb. city oil here last night took R standing volo of firmjiathy .with Laurlor FURS AVc thorn! And what's more, we pay the [trice. Dominion Fur Co. Dealers in Hides ant! Pells, Back of McKiMop's Store Sixth Street S. Phonts: Office 1955; Re Christian Mtn's League The mt'cd'ng Eield by the Christian Men's League in Wesley liaJ! oil Sun- tuiy afternoon was very attend- fctl and a deal of interest mar.irestecJ hy the .members an-l oldors present. A tew short slirrlns" artdresaes were delivered among which one by Mr. Kane, a C. I'- ll, man. There was sonie goorl 5ltig- ing and a Rnlendid solo was rcnlcrcl by Mr. W. II. Workman while Mr. Ihitton very ably at Ihf, piano. It Is the Intention of the league i.o hoJd a meeting lifce this every Hun- day afternoon and for tlie present, the- time and meeting jilacc lie aV p.m, at Wesley htill every Sunday afternoon. All men and if there arn any vlaUorg In the city arc especially v.fclconie. Every practical man needs a book which will leU Him how to do things, Now is the time to overhaul Gas- oline and Steam Tractors. The latest technical books on the subject of __ I Gas Tractors, Automobiles and Ste am Engineering c-acli v.-riitcn by an expert, so you can understand it. Dependable in- formation given in such n style that it may bo rcaeiilj- assimilated ami arjilieil to tho "'ith praclical training. ConciR, crUi> and rcaj- abic talks on hovr it is done. FOR SALE BY The Twentieth Century Book Store EVERYBODY'S BOOK SHOP 514 4th Avenue S. Phone 613 Praclical, Sclentilic, Technical and Automobile Books Obtained on Request. ANNOUNCEMKNT Is San-Tro-Pas? Toiiay's issue ciplalna. See a'lvorlisc-ment on page! four. 5S-1 We have a number ot nplenilirl bass songs by Herbert Call and hear the-m at (ho Willis Piano Store. 707 3rd Avc. S. 68-1 Tiie ladles of St. I'atriek'ii church will hold a social in the Conservatory of Music hall on Wertensday, February at S.1'1 'harp. The Major Jack Rosa Chap'nr. I. O. D. K., will IioM a 'lance Hi K. of 1'. hall on IhurS'Iay evening, Kebruary 20. llanclnj (rom 8-30 till 2 a.m. A four piece orchestra In at- tendance. Street cars leave for Norlh Lethbrldgc at 1 30 a.m. White line cir Only-One "BROMO QUININE" To gel the Ber.ulni! call for full name t.AXATIVE I3ROMO QUININE Ta'j. lets. Look for of K. W. OI10VE. Cures a Cold In One Day. 30c. PEOPLE LIKE OUR HOME-MADE BREAD, CAKES PASTRY YOU'LL LIKE THEM TOO. NORTH LETHBRIDGE BAKERY ins Thinctnth Street N. License No. 5-2619 Phone 1307 STARLAND WILL TAKE Thrift Stamps One stamp will admit you (o ono WE WILL PAY YOU TOP PRICES FOR YOUR FURS Hides, Pelii, Etc. LETHBRIDOE HIDE, PELT FUR CO., UTO, Rear C.P.R. Offices Cor. 4lh Are. and Stb S, Phonn: Office RM. Hcferencer standard Bank FOR GOOD QUALITY COAL a square deal. Phone your orders to THE LETHBRIDGE COAL CO, LTD., PHONE 1522 I'rompt Attention Given to All Orders 5 [n tho loss of lier Kir 2 a.m, Ticltola may frld I.aurl'.'r. 'from any mcmlitr of Ihe chapter. 5W CRYSTAL DAIRY Ltd. TAKE THE CAP OFF a lioUtc oE otir milk and tlie nbunrtntice of thick, rich on Uic (op. Skim It off nnd use it In your coffee or for ftiKi or liaktng. Our tnllk is much richer Hian common (jratlcs. It (3 espec- ially sclecKul holtlod linger Jtlcnl sanHary condl- tionn. ItV the milk yon ought lo use. Phone The Proof of (he Pudding is in the number who eat it Ask people. who Quaker Bread What they think of il JOHN G1LMORE, LIMITED, BAKERS CANADA FOOD BOARD LICENSE NUMBER Every Off ice Need Suppliers Otfict "Stationery ,-md Supplies, Legal Forms, Typewriters (alt Adding Machines, Mimeographs, check Writers, Stamp Atfixcrs, Envelope Sealers, Office Furniture and Filing Cabinets. PRIMINO, PAPER RULING AND BOOK BINDING, RUBBER STAMPS. EVERALL FRANKS SOUTHARD BLOCK ;