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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - February 19, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta \ \ r * Assiniboia Music Co., Ltd. 315 6th Sir s. Phone 1545 Edison Phonographs. The' New Edison and the Amberoln. Full range of Records^ LETHBRIDGE HOTEL WINDSOR EUROPEAN PtA.N MIALS PROM 6.00 A.M. TO B.o6 P.M�> ^ i �. u-a h J � L Good Tea and GOOD TEA OR COFFEE ARE ESSENTIAL WITH GOOD FOOD. WITHOUT IT OUR FOOD DOES NOT TASTE RIGHT. WE ARE HANDLING .A LINE OF TEAS AND COFFEES IN BULK THAT WE GUARANTEE TO COVE SATISFACTION OR YOUR MONEY WILL BE CHEERFULLY REFUNDED, BESIDE WE CAN SAVE MONEY FOR YOU IN THE BULK GOODS. e COFFEE. Fresh roasted Maracnibo, per lb. 3Gc Special, per lb 40. Choice, per lb......................�*..... 50c Frncy. per lb. ........................... 60c TEAS. BLACK OR GREEN. Broken Orange Pekoe. A blended quality, per lb. .*................50c AJso a very extra one, per lb............, 60c Spider Leg,.green, per lb....................60c Gunpowder, green, per lb................... 60c Japan, green, per lb. t..........40c and 50c e TA 111 Don't Forget To Go To DELANYS Ltd.. tor Meats HIGH-CLASS GROCERS THE GOOD d We Feature ^F&enA&ft Remedies ai Toilet Preparations Because a11er r;uc-fm investigation wo have found them to be tho most efficient and also the best value tor the money of any to ho. had. Let us tell you more- about ihvso preparations and too. lot jrivo you a copy of Penslar Health f.ook. containing Information 'hat you should have. It is Free, ask for U.^ THE KENNY & ALLIN CO., Ltd. 4 Kduionitm. Keb. U*.-TUe'*i;r;ind en-camnment oiVtlio l.O.O.F. which is tn session her has elected the following officers: Grand pktviaveh, U.. B. Mordcn. ],oth-bridge;, high priest. J. .1. Little, Calgary; senior warden. J. K. Adshoad, Kdmouton; junior warden. Henry .McDonald. Kdmouton; secretary, II. J. Adams, Calgary; , treasurer. George ilanderson.^'alp.uT. and grand representative. K. E. ('handler. \VetnsMwin. Manicure w Preparations NEXT DALLAS HOTEL Penstar Store PHONE 1487 OFFICERS ALBERTA REBEKAH ASSEMBLY i v v ; -w v v v . C� > .-Vancouver is ** j in the grip of it* second coid spell of Yl'hn seas on. Tft> temperature was { degrees above zero. This is not 7 the coldest day of the year. On Jan- j . c . '} \ "�vy 1. i\ temperature of IT decrees  1 * f'* v' *^ I was recorded. Kdmouton. Feb. 1M. - The annual^ r election of officers at the afternoon i session of the Alberta'Uebekah Assembly resulted a> follows: President of the assembly. Mrs. Kose of Medicine Hat; vice-president, Mrs. Fox: recording secretary. Mrs. Rogers, Calgary;-treasurer. Mrs. Day. Calvary; Warden. Airs. Patrick, Cnity i 1 .odge. Kdmouton; conductor. Mr.-. 1 K)\ve; t 'haplain. M rs. Hedgerddown; marshal". Mrs. Reid; inside guard. Mrs. Springburn, , Calgary, and out .side guard. Mrs. Smith. ^ i 1 U. S. AVIATOR KILLED j DOMESTIC TRAGEDY | Washington, Feb. I!'.-Ensign Albert ! Columbus, Ohio. Feb. Vs.- After ; D. Sturtevant. u naval aviator.* has (snooting and kiliing his wife Lena. ! been shot down in European waters, aged I'.S, his six year old daughter. An- : the navy department was advised yes- nahel. and hi=j sister-iji-law, Hazel \ ten lay. His- body wa--not reeoverej. j Steele, aged S*. and so seriousiy ! __ ,. - -wcjtmding his motiier-iit-Ja-.v. ?.ir.. lit- will be the buying agont for Cnnada. * * true higher for July. Bar lev closed l �4 c higher for May Flax closed 3\-sc higher fur May and July gained 2l,�. winnipeg market 4 4 v v �:Jats - Open Close gold Fish," silver fish, fantails, comets. tadpoles, FISH FOOD, aguarium plant, gravel shells, etc. 4 it: 4 t + 0'*  �  PRICES o0^ tJ 1 No. ( No. I \*o � .......S S 1 4 Peed....82s* Aquaria in five sizes in metal and glass. 0 Globes of all sizes, footed and plain. . Thh is tm last shipment we * will until next autumij. J. D. Higiobotham & Co UNDERWOOD TYPEWRITERS AND SERVICE THOS. F. RYAN LOCAL REPRESENTATIVE. ALEXANDRA HOTEL, OR P.O. BOX TYPEWRITERS REBUILT OR EXCHANGED. ALL MAKES. i c.w.. .ir.Hi c.w in" ,*1 I 403 r p i r t We Repair Tinware as well uk-make all kinds of u want done in tho least time for iho ieaHi. money good work and good materials .will permit. as? i Extra 1 Feed . .Vo. I Feed . . . . Bariev- No. 3 C.W.. Xo. Kejectcl and feed . .. : No. 1 X. W. r. ... . . No. '.I r.\V...:i4f> No. i Winnipeg Livestofk AVJiiuTpe?. Feb. TJl.---Offerings to-j day at ili'e l.'iiion Stock yards -.vere 250 \ cattle and 71.7 hogn. Wuyer.s are bid-! fVnp, sti-ady prices on both cattle and Kun-iier sLeetv $7 to $12; heifers. $i;.r,u tn $IO.SO; cows, $4.50 to ^&.5U; hulls, Sri.nij to $8.5(1; oxen, to ?s."."�; siocker� .and l'odern* �>.5d to ! $1*; calves, $0.50't.o 12. T Cogs, iiea vies. $ I -J i.o ? 1 y: selects, *l'n; snw.v i?i2 to Si;!: Hg:htx. .?'}:!.50 t�� S! { i TRADED WITH ENEMY Limited The Storm "Alber^Ve - Pioneer^ OruqQlsts" Whotesale and Retail Chemlit* TELEPHONE No- 322 4 Sheet Metal Co Am Atlantic Port, Feb. 10.-"-Johannes Ilendrik U'pj^choven, assistant puraev un ilu- Holiand-Amerlea liner Nleuw Am.-tterdani, wan arrested here'yewter-day mitP'r j he Trading with the Enemy Act and it is said he confessed/that r he liati brougiit to' this country for re-dRinption "nonds and coupons owned !:i Kt�rope. He was held In $23,000 bail for further examination. Spirella Goods MADt TO OHDER $3.50 up Phone 582 Mi ss Knapp ROOM 6, DOMINION BLDG. PHONE 5 25 CITY AND DISTRICT No trap can he faster, surer or tenser than its spring-which is one great *easoh wfiyJne " Victor Trap gets them when many another trap lets go. Look over the Victor Trap I Start with the �prmg-�xannne the jawp, tl^e pan, the trigger. Then come back to the spruit Seventy year*' Eroerience in that �prmg-.and it maltet die OneMa Community Game Traps the most dependable traps in the world. Is Postponed Tho meeting of the North Star Lodge No. 4, A. F. tuid A. ai. called } for the 25th haw been postponed for*! one week. * 4 Consumers Hardware f Address Retail Clerks "\V- H. 'Hoop, international orRauizer for the retail clerks is in the city this week and will speak to the retail elorUs tomorrow at the labor hall. t I - 4 Letnbridge Agents Messrs*. K. A. Sliarman and Co. have rbeen appointed the Loth bridge district representatives of the Geneo farm lighting plant by the Genco Electrical Engineering' Co. of Calgary, western distributors. Personal Mention. Ted Verburg of Coutts Lva visitor In the city. Mngrath visitors in the city tbday are J. AV. Evans and A. Peterson. C. M. Foster of Uarons is a city visitor Unlaw Fi^ed $20. For iuiyiuji more liquor than the law ! ( allows mix his premises. Titos. Wads-1 ' worth appeared before Magistrate El- ; | toi in the A. P. P. court on Monday j j afternoon and was assessed $20 and! costs. I r Dl#. It).-* early today destroyed half a block of buildings in the heart of the business district. Three- firemen,were injured. The'loss was .estimated at $500,000. _ _ * _ RECOUNT POSTPONED Montreal, Feb. 19.^-rThe recount in the Ijuiirler-Outromput election of December 17. was to nave been held before Justice Bruneau in the superior court here yesterday. It has been postpdned Until March 4, i A Gymkhana The boys of Knox church are hold- Kdmontbn. Feb. 18.-According to I hi} 1917 report of the. Hall Insurance Board of AlheKa, published. SL-741,372.32 was raised for the'"purpose of paying claims and costs of admin- The Quinine That Does Not Affect Head Because of Ue tonic &nd laxative effect, Laxative Bromo Quinine can ho takon-hy anyone without causing nervousness or ringing In the.head. There is only one "Bromo Quinine." K. W. GROVE'S signature is on box. 30c. j inj^ h Gymkhana in the basement of istration during the past four ^ear.^ i on Friday evening of this :...........15,777.7s Iff Id ��� �** 4#r /   hail losses and showing the growth jo� , the movement lor municipal insurance: Hait Ineurance Lo�ses*-^1914-1917. Acreage Amount of Year id crop Insurance Loss 1314 . SUO.OOO $4,800,000 $101,173.56 lftlti . 1.000,000 0,000,000 358,400.31 7,930,000 5G.r>,8ft7.90 7,931,182 4Sfi,G6!*.42 t 1910 .1,325,000 1917 .1,325,197 Tot's 4,450,197 $26,6�1,182 $1,002,210.19 The ttotal insurance carried' was $26,061.00 while the Total losses were . . ^ , , , ,$1,602,210.19 and the costs of adminis- L J. Lemieux. Jor nearly four ye^rs trat(on wcre $7�f074.29. aster mechanic of the Lethbridgo | The total receipts from the, municipalities uiitTer the act during the year 1917 were. $746,366.93. T*he levy of five cents an acre was made on 4,554,723 acres of land with m diA'ision of the Calgary where he will occupy a similar position, and bis place inj Letnbridge is being ta&n by I). M?Wj;e'~re^ hmrth of Medicine, [iat. .\Ir. Sniith | nVe cents per aero levy was made on UNITED TAXI SEHVICE PHONE 387. f�.--~� - i LETHBRIDGE. ALBERTA Superior 2nd Ave. �. and 13th Street MiNiNG, BUILDING & RAILWAY SUPPLIES A EQUIPMENT TUOHOPE AfiDERSON AND EMERSON FAftM IMPLEMENTS CANG PLOWS BULKIER FORD TRACTOR ATTACr*. BUGGIES MENT8. DEMOCRATS AUTO TRAILERS � CUtTIVATORB BINDr.ft ENQIMEC PH0N6 1726-TAKE A BLUS LINE CAR H A V FOR SALE CARLOADS OR LESS TIMOTHY. UPLAND, ALFALFA, MIXED TIMOTHY AND ALFALFA ANp STRAW. You'll W ant to Come Again! WESTBROOK BROS. Opposite Bank of Montreal j was here for aome. weeks last suinmoi j while Mr.^ Lemieux was acting district; j Jtiaster ntechanlf at Calgary. Mr. ' Lemieux �-anio to Lethbridge from : Medicine Hat in Auku$(. 3 914, whoh ' liie division was createif, and has been with Hie localv division continuously. His promotion ]h well earned, and he goes lo Calsary with tho good wishes of- his hosts of Lethbridge fi^ciulK. ' NEW KIND OF APPEAL 1,325,197 acres bringing in $463,819-or a total of $691,555. Of the- 1917 revenue $161,476 \vas levied* on grass lands not in crop and ,$530,0TS on crop area alone. During- tho year ending January olst 1918, there passed through your secretary's handH over $1,-150'000.00. This money was received, disbursed or otherwise accounted for to the chartered accountants at aj^ excuse of 2 1*5^ STATIONERY WRITING PADBr FOOLSCAP PAD*, , LEGAL PA OB, SCRIBBLING PADS* NOTE PAPER,. Boxed or In bulk* INITIAL 8TAYI0N&IMV * ENVELOPES. OFFICE SUPPLIES STENOGRAPHER'S NOTE BOOKS, N FILES WASTE PAPER BASKETS, Wire or Wicker, N 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 NOVELS, OXFORD BIBLES, PRAYER AND PRAISE, KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS PRAYER BOOKS, ETC., ETC. Tbe Twentieth Century Bookstore "Everybody's-Book Shop" $14 4th Avenue Phone 613 r ��} ri- i 9 I! i CAREFUL ATTENTION A4.L ORDERS. PROMPT SHIPMENT TO WRITE OR WIRE US FOR PRICES. Saunders Hay & Grain Co, r 1221 2nd Avenue South Telephone 732 FAMILY PORTRAITURE Make it an annual duty to yourselves to have your children's photo taken, you will ho creating abiding pleasures for your later years. ' Ottawa. Feb. \\K -In its plan for ; the mobilization of labor to ' utukc ! nos'siblc foc.reased production of fyod . ; L]ii;; year, the Canada Vood board, is i \ a{�t>c;ihn^ lo OJd Boys' AfcHoeiationtf 1-I t-j itHBiKi in seeing ibal th^ir home j ; i-oantles do not. HiiiVcr for lack of lab- I ; or during tho sending -md hurvcKC ^c^- : iods. the Smith's Studio 906 Third Ave. Phone 1471 FOR SALE JUTE SACKS Grain and Potato Car arriving this week. F. O. HYDE & CO. Pfione 1244 Lethbridge i Letter Filing Stack, 4 drawers, fumed oak....................$22.50 Letter Filing Stack, 4 drawers, fumed oak ;................... $13.50 Flat Too Office Desk, fumed oak, 34 by 54 In.chee............$44.60 Royai Typewriter, No. 6, nearly new ....................... $65.00 Underwood Rebuilt, No. 4....... ---- ..............$65 00 L, C. 8mith,'iNo. 5,; very little ueed .............................$75,00 Woodstock.Typewriter; No, 5, brand new, regular price $130.00. Will sell at $95.00 for a short time to introduce. 8ee this machine before buying elsewhere. * . A FULL LINE OF OFFICE STATIONERY. EVERALL & FRANKS Sirjnott Bicck, cor. 4th Ave. and 5th St. Phone 110? ;