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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 19, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta Asdnibdia Music Co., iM 'y4l9' tth ikf 9.  \ Phone 18^6 lll'^Cdlton Phoneernphs..The'New Editen and � the AmiMPOla. Full range of Recorda^ Don't Forget To Go To DELANYS Ltd., lor Meats GOOD TEA 01^ CbF^Efc ARE ES8ENT_rAt WITH GOOD FOOK$^ti[HOl)T-n OUR, FOOD DOES NOT TASTEf RlQHt; WE ARE HANDUINQA LINE OF T6A�WI>'COI**�eB8 IN BULK THAT WE > GUARANTEE tb'OlVe'SATISFACTION OR. YOUR MONey>WlLt>'BEi3C5HeERFUtLY REFUNDED, BESIDE CAN 8AVE MONEY FOR YOU INTHE BULK 0OOD8.;. ------ COFFEE. FresH'Voasied Maracalbo, .� Special, pel' lb. ....'....v.......... Choice, per'lb. .....-...............i Fancy, perTb........,............ pef, lb. 3Sc :40c 60c I ' TEAS. BLACK'OR GREEN. Broken Orange Pekoe,' r^l A blendM qi/allty^per lb. .'................ SOo A4sff a v^ry'tjctra'ena, per lb. .1. 80c Spider Ledi'iOrieni per 'lb......i....... Gunpowdet'i.orScn.ipar/lb. ...... J.ipan, 9rttK,p^r.\b, ... }.^.,..~.. .. 60c '10c nnd SOc HIGH-CLASS GROCERS ^ i" ^ THE GQOR GO. PHp NE^ 5 2S IV, It,-, .O.O.F. We Feature liejnedies and . Toilet Preparations Because afior caiciul investigation \vc hiiv? f�uu�l tlioni to be Uie most eftlclent and also tbe best voliio for the mdney dt any to bo bad. Let us toll you more about these proparotldns and too. let us give yon" a copy of Penslar Health Hook, contninliis i�foi mnliou tli.i.t you should Inivo. U Is free, asU for 1t^ THE KENNY & ALUN CO., Ltd. NEXT DALLAS HOTEL .Penslar Stiire PHONE 1487 MUST OVERWHELM GERMANY MEATS The very be�t la as pear as your telephone. ^ R.COXJLTRY '^'Tha Alberta Meat'Market M>^Y RAISE WHEAT-Pf^lCE AVashlngton, Peb. 19.-A � favorable report on the Goro bill to increase tho niinimdm price foV wheat of the lOls crop from Ja to ?|2..50 a bushel was made to- 1, tt temperature of 17 degre'es "Was recorded, '.r.cr-r---i  DOMESTIC TRAGEDY -Col\jmbjis, Ohio; Feb. lO.--- After shodtink /and killing his wife Lena, aged 38, his alx year old daughter. Annabel,"- liiid �v'.hls sistev-in-la-w. Hazel ^eole, aged "Ih^ and so seriously wljimdJng hj.f mothcriu-la-.v. sUi. Ss!-left'-Crult,' that she is not exiioctedto live, forest. Bieolow, agnrt 42. early thlsjflornlng. turned a gun ou himself and^led instantly/ Eduvonton, Feb. JO.-Tile'grand en campment ofythe LO.O.F. which Is tn j session her has elected the following' officers: , " ! Grand pktriavch, K.'U. Mordcu, l>elh-bridge;.'high priest. J. J. "LlUie, Cal-Kory; senior warden, J.- H. Adshoad, Edmonton: junior worden.vHoiiry lie-Honald, Edmonton; socrotary, IT. .t. Adams, Calgary; /Iroasurer, George Hflnderson.jCalgarj*, and grand rcpre- I tentative. JJ. E. Chandler, W.etaaklwin. i " -. t~ OFFICERS ALBERTA , REBEKAH ASSEMBLY Edmoutou. Feb. 19. -r. The ttttumil^ election of officers nl the afternoou session of the AUjerta ttebeknli Assembly resulted as (olIo\v�: President of tho assembly. Mrs. Rose of Medicine' Hat; Vice-president, Mrs. Fox: recording secretary, Mrs. Rogers. Calgary;-treasUror, Mrs. Day, Cal-i gary; Warden, Mrs. Patrick, Unity I Lodge. Edmonton; conductor, Mt.h.^ j Dowo; Chaplain. Mrs. Pedgerddowu; ' marshal; Mrs. Reid; inside guard, Mr.s. Sprlngborn,, t: Calgary, and - outsldo guard, Mrs. Smith. ' � \ =^ MARKETS Manicure arations The nails 'reflect, retlneihetit. WeH grddttted per-st^ns always devote cdnlmendablu attcntiou 'to the ct)rei:of theiK handfi. Tho 1 caro'"of; the'nails require- Nai^ Scissors, FOe>, Knins, r Emery Boards, 'Nail, Polishes, Pomadcf, Bleaches, Cuticle Salvel' Also  "CUTEX" PREPARATIONS We have ail these in best quaU Ity and-at-reasonable priced. It will, pay you ^ to select a com^ ^plete outfit now. THE RED CROSS DRUG & Bai)K CO., LIMITED � .�^-'�^RirioNE 555- ." ; CITY AND DISTRICT The It Postponed m . mooting of the North / Star Lodge No. 4, A. F. Mtd A. M. oalled fdrvUio 25th has,been postponed tor^ one jveolc. . - - Addreas Retail Clerka .  "W. H.'Hoop, international orgdiiizer for the retail clerks is In the city this weelt and will speak to the retail clprks ton^orrow at the,labor hall. -Let'libridge Agents �j^IeSsrs. B. A. Sharmaii and Co. have l-t-been appointed the Lothbrldge district .representatives of the Genco farm lighting plant by the Gencp'Electrical Engineering Co. of Calgary, western distributors. * ^ > Q�  McMaater's.� wvlt with the, * vmlasion �win be principally iu' * . connection with the iron and > . steeV 'Industry In which capac- * uy ^111 be t^c buying agent . * (for;.Canada.  > * ^i�U'^^i�:A^A> . - - * . �: : � � > > h � .wantdone in the least time for �the'Ioaat money good work and igood materials >wllJ .permit, r The Piston Shciil ! REAR STAFf ORD BLOCK Wiuriipug. Feb.. in'.rr-pwlng jo the extreme lightnesH of "the offerings in cash oats the sprouds of Monday were mai^italncd and the lower grades "^vero ^ic better.. There was a good demani. for cash barley of the higher graded ivlchriofferinga.-light.  Casli" flax was stronger hnd higher vHth-offerings light. . �/ OatB closed 2%c higher .for May and 2Vsc higher for July. I- Barley closed 19ic liiglier for May Flax'closed 35sc higher Ctjr.Muy and July gained 2%- i WINNIPEG MARKET , 1 -Oats- . � Open Close � Old contract: - ' ^, May......... ... ,. - .!)3% New contract: . . :. .May.............. 91*8 .3:i%- Puly........ S9% , ..Mm. Barley-May ............ 1C61A . � ios^.i: Flax-  ' ' May ... .r. ...I :JSO 333"^ July .. ... . .' 348 , 350% CASH PRICES I Oats- , i No. 2 C.W...01% No. 3 �'C.W.;.89%i E.\tra I'Feed .;......"......I'^Svi,' No. 1 Feed... .85%No; 3 Feed'.. >. .?2%i Barley-^ '  ' y'  s No. -A C.W.. .l64J,i No. 4 C.W.', .Iu9�-i^ nejectcd and Feed.........134 Flax- 1 No. 1 N. \V: C. ,..}.}.348%; No, 'J C.W... 345 No. 3. C.W... 327 Vi. , Winnipeg LIveatoSt Wini^peg, P.eb. la.-^Otferlngsf' lov i day at th'o Union Stock yards were 250 ! cattle and 717 hogs, i^uyers are bld-' ding steady p^ice^ on both cattle and hogs. � X ' - - Butclier steers 7 tO: J12; kelfera, IC.50 to �10.50; cows, �4,50 to..-$6,50; bulls, $5.5Q"-to 18.60lidxen. Ufi- to $8.75; stockors and feeders, 0.60 to J9; calves, $C.50 to 12.' " : Hogs, heavies, �514; to'tlu; selects, �$18; B0W.S,. $12 to $13;�.lights;,?]3*0 to $15.00. \ ' I - ' '. M ^JustiiArrived GOLD'trSH;^ SILVE�~FISH, _ A FANT^ILS, COMETS'; �  ' TADPOLES, . * , . : FISH FOOD, . - AQUARIUM PLANT. GRAVEL. SHELLS, *, ETC.  � �, . / Aquaria ia five sizes in metal and glass.. . . Globss of all sizes, foo^d and plain. ,\ . , Thi'5 is tlft last sjilpment vie * will iiKvs 'UntiUnext autumq. J. D. Higiobothain & Co - Limited -r- JtoML 'ArjerLi's - Pioneer Oruq^tats'".; Wholesale arid Retill. Chemliiih ' > TELEPHON5 No. 322 ' * Personal Mention. Ted Verburg of Coutts isi^a visitor In J the city. � . , �  Magrath visitors In the clly tbday are J. AV. Eva'us and A. Peterson.  CM. Foster of Barons is a city visitor today. . Fi�ed $20. . For hayiui more liquor than the law allows his premises. Thos. Wads-worth appeared befdre Magistrate .El-ta%:in the a. P. P. court on Monday afternoon and was assessed $20 ami cDStai^ �  � V ' � D^ath of Elc&^n Lad. Tliero died iu the city tMs *m6rning, .\lfred NDor.in, aged 14 years, son of Mr. and Jlrs. J. Dor.in, Elcan. The r^>mnins are being forwarded from Fctterly's ))arlorH to Barnwell, where 'interment will take place. A Gymkhana . ^ The boys of Kiiox church are iiold-ing �. Gymkhana ,ln ,tli6. basement of thi?.fchurch on Friday evening of thjs week; The proceeds Kansas City,, il&fr'i^eli. V'.iU^^^ > early today.destfoy^ia.halfra,block of liulldjngs In tho heartvdt the titialness district. Three fireineh,;vrere .Injured. The loss was .estimated.at $600,000. ' RECOUNT: POBTPONED jkloutreal, Feb. l9,i>;Tiie recount � in the Lauricr-Outrcmont (Bleetloii.of Do-, cember.l7, was tq navis 1)ten held be-j fore .Justice Brunea)ii id the: auperior . court ihQTo yegterday. � It hoB 'been-poslpdned "finlll Mardi'4''� ' � > � - ... -^: y.,; ;_:.ii.;'iii~''v^ The Quinine That DoaaHNttt -AVfect^ Because of Ita � tdiilo, fchd ilMatlvo >r-; tcct,^ tiasatlve Brdtuq-Qulniaci' cih I bo takon'.ky. anyone .,i>'.lUidut caui^lDi.ner->, � vouapesB or rinKiiig' in thisihead.' There' Is dniy'bn6"''Brolih"d';ii;^|ae�l...'Qf thiS $13,000.00 fuiida for tlie Boy Scouts. .-*1:ine ex- Was a^.fe^tnk;loan, this rest >-afe raiaoti i hispii li'nthm'Pii bV'meah's'Of'aaa'e'Bsment. ' ''.i ' TRADED WITH ENEMY.; Supply Co. 9nrite ^or w.ire us for ' prices.' \' i''.''�;\'.'j^^Sv,V .�''.��.''�'�'��'�-'; f'-' Sau9d)ersHaV& Kl to 12?1 2nd,>vwM^S^u|��ii You'll^anttb Com^ AgaLin! WESTBROOK BROS. O0poeite. Bank of : Mpntraal \ 1 / \PAM1LY J^O^tTRAlTURE; Make it an."!annual' duty\,tQ ; yourselves/to' have your chtld^ reu'B pfcoto 't#K��- wills ht);: 'creating ttW4>>%' PlcaBures for^ your^j^ta^>^W,. .  ____n hlblt of war relics hai b^en gathered for ithe occasion. " ' _^ , �\ ~T"-"T^ (Takes Over Craw Branches . AH P. Burns & Co.'s branchetf"along the-Crow line comes under the supervision of Mr. Snow of Lethbrldge along witli the, locaP and south country, branches on March 1st. Mr. K. B. Smith of Fernie arrives today as accountant in the local ofII(^. , New Record Miss Ivy Lipplngwell, a student of the /arbuft Business College, Loth-I bridge, has Just be^n awarded the Remingion Efficiency Certificate. This gertlfIcate Is awarded bnly to students who have written onV a Remington typewriter for a period of ten minutes at a\net rate^ot fol-ty words per minute, Tvlth not more than five, errors. 'MlSB Lippingweli'B rate was fortj-aeveni words ^per minute, y ^ i� I No Lauder Matinee ' Mr. lyen S. Brown, of the Majestic: .Thcfttrc. who Js imanaging the loijal engagement of' Harry Lauder, - who; �W'^illappenr at the Wesley church next -MoijUv evening, Feb. 25tli, rceelved' I a Celogram this morning,'stating that ' owing to weather and train conditions, it will'bo impossible to- get Harry Lauder to Lethbridge bufore the regular^ train time on Monday afternoon (about five o'clock). There will therefore, b^ no matinee performance, but only . the one evening !performanc'o; which will start at 8,30'sharp. >, � ' Is T.^ran�ferred ^ as, J. Lemieux, for nearly four yeifrs raaHter mechanic , of the Lethbridgd dWlslon of the: CP. R. with head-quarters here, has-been traiisforred to Calgary where ho will, ooetipy.-'a Himilar ' position, and itis place-IilI Lothbridse is being takten by JWrf Smttli of Medicine Hat. Mr. jSraltii Was here- for some weeks last sumiiiier whlIo'Mr_i.,Loraleux wap acting district, master mechanic at Calgary. ;:"Mr;i Ileniloux came to Lo'thbridgo frdni JUddloliie Hat In August, 1914, wheii the division was createil, and lias been with the lacal\ division contln-UouBlj'. His promotion is well earnoil, I and. he goes to Calgary with the good wlslioB of-Ills hosts of LctUbrldgo tiiewds. ,  ' . s f^EW KINO OF APPEAt, Otftawu. Feb. 19.-in.iU pliiuvffor the mobilization of labor to J niakA possible increased production of fp'oVi thin, year, tho Canada food boaCdj.JiB appealing to Old Boye' Afiuoctatto'n^ ,to:;HSBitit in, seeing that th'oir liom'^" coanUeB do not sufZar tor lack' otl8l()i or during tjio seeding 'inU luijvost ifoi;; by mdahs of aasesBmeht;^ The !tdt&l aWJetshi^tB overlho four years haVe almost-trebled but the cost of adnSiblatrat^biiHRs not-doubled as win bjo jjejan Jii,thq;*followlng. table; � AsseBitttentBr^r � -to' 4 j:j?.> .��.;.: .v $34i,s44.ii^' 1015i:?'^:v';'i i 'CV..- 248,47(1.00 li)l6 .;^, ;rVi .. 428,502.21 '' 1917 .;. i.i.^i. 091,655.30 I Bank loan v;r./..^^'�^ 131,000.00 ' � I-',, ^.j. $1^741,3^2.3^ " , Cost df.'AiimfiilBtraildn- -.1914 ?13,242.(58 191B �-:V:.i,^-V.^r *.^ir--i , 16,777.78 191(5 ...iJ 21,835.59 1917 vvC,:. 25,21�.24- :,if;....-$76,074.2� . This BhciWB '.tii'o cp.�t. or. administration to have beehS a'; little' leas, thaii^ four andVti>no^%htii;''.Pdr cent, of the" gross ,Veyej^e*v',5i^jX V ^/, r;.'�' Tho^Tayiraife- ld8s� by Tiail for tl>e (our yearsyapfiTralmaieB six^nd one-4enth per b^htKaiid'-tbe tolloViilK fig-iires MhOWiiiR^b^'wii anfl the'.id�800,00. ThiB money ;j^ajfci^cetiW(^^ OiBbiirBedior otjiv erwise accbuqt#]XMl^ �: .NCitlCE',-^. All the .blacksmiths shops ilicro.wil be cloBed� Friday iind, Saturday a* the owners arS'ifttendlns the;l)laickaniith's' cdhventlTO in GBlipw}\v 55-3 ^1 y .��.s'^'ifAOI^ "�,  Biilii^:^:j. �;;, INITIAL ST^TIONeim ::r:?;!Bec6ND]iBHBSfS,: ^TMACINO PARSai,n ^ORAWINO �KTS.r 0lX0N'8'?ORA\yil*te';?i;.;;?-''' ; � , IAPOING M,A9,MlNe R^tL'Si ;'.h.;..%/,,.-vSiC�*rl^<'-:.'^'V.v: 1 STANOARO(WOai!(�,V .0: POPULAR ffietfON,.� �NONijPICTlOMy;-'--.- atpaiNTB;'i;i;v?^.i':.���:�.� OXPORO BiaLEC, PRAVKR'MND pr KNIOHTBV,-,- �� PRAYER-BOOKB^m FOR SALI^ JUTE SACKS. '' ; Grain and Potato ; -,Oor' arriving itbJufweplc; H^DE &iCO: buyl,,#f,&5re.''*'; - -/^'^ 'liATioNtRy/"'-^^; KS 76 ;