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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 21, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta p 'iMmibbia Mn�c Co.,. Ltd. ' 319 ath'Str 1. - ' PhonB 15� Etflaon PhoAogiraph*. The New Editon aiid tha-AMtterela: Full ran|� of Raeerdi. , CUROPEAN PLAN MEALS MOM .(90 A.M. TO .00 P.M. That Pelanys Meate are Best Specials For This Week End We Feature ii^medies and Toiiet Frepanitiras Beoause/ftfter careful Investigation we haVfr'f^iind-them to be the most efficient and also the best value for the uibney-of any to be had. Let us tell you more about these-preparations and too, let us give you ft copy of Penslar Health Book,-tonJalning: information that tyoU should have. It is Free, ask for It ^ ^-HE KENNt & ALLIN CO., Ltd. �*ct;i^T.L Pensiar Store '^SS^ � - _ * NAVAL ORANQiS. A Treeh lot vof extra fine navflts juat tft. THeae are much superior In quality to the aeedllngs. It Is likely to be the. last navals we will be^ able to get>thls season,. Per doren .....50c, 60c, 70c and 85o No. 1 B. C." WINTER APPLES. Yellow Newton Pippins, WInesaps, Ontarloa and Baldwins, all In excellent een'dltlans. per box........... $2.45 FRESH CELERY, all crisp and tender, 2 Iba. 25c FRESH CAULIPUiWERS, solid heads, per lb. 12c . 2Sc . 30c $2.76 . 26e . .25c . 2Se . 25e . 28c . 40c HEAD LETTUCE, rifeade tor HOT HOUSE/fcUCUMBERS, each ...., POTATOES, Dry and mealy, per cwt, ... CABBAGE. 6 lbs. for .................. ONIONS, C Ibb. for ................... TURNIPS. 8 Iba. for'.................. PARSNIPS. 5 Ibi. for ................. CARROTS, 6 lbs. for.................3. DAIRY BUTTER, for cooking, per lb. . NEW LAID EQGS; arriving dally or almost every day, per doien......................... 75c PICKLES, Leas extra fine quality, Sweet Chow, and Sweet Mixed, medium size, per bottle, 30c Large slie,|ier bottle .................,... 45c DILL PICKLES, per dozen.................. 25c MINCE MEAT, in bulk.-speclal 2 lbs. for----35c REMEMBER WE 00 NOT ACCEPT ORDERS AFTER FIVE O'CLOCK TO BE DELIVgREO THE SAME DAY, SATURDAYS INCLUDED. OUR STORE IS OPEN SATURDAY EVENINGS 4JNTIL NINE O'CLOCK. GINGER, SNAPS, fresh shipment In, special, 2 lbs. for .......................... 35c CREAM OF/WHEAT.'per package .......r. 26o After, our present stock Is sold out we do not expect to bo able to got any more pwlngvio the government'hJivIng-put this on the prohibitory list. , ' ~s . PURITY WHITE..FLOUR, ,We have managed to get a couple Of toii of this high grade flour which was manufactured before,the war flour-was made compulsory.. ,  49 m.-aacka .".;. ......".-.'v,�3.16 98 lb.'aaoks...................... $6.25 Not over 93 lbs. to one party. CATSUI*. Donaloo, a very high grade catsup In ^bottles. Guaranteed to give satisfaction. Special ' per bottle......................... 30e PURE STRAWBERRY JAM, Donaico Brand, special, per 4 lb. tin......... ____............90o SEEDED- RAISINS,. Green Ribbon Brand, new stock. Special 2 p'bckets for................25e CLEANED CURRANTS. Nabob brandi These are the finest currants we have handled. We are advlaed'that ctirrants will be'a good deal higher  in price, 12 oz, packets, each..............2Sc CLOVEROALE CREAMERY BUTTER,' Special, per lb. \.................,...............p 60o HIGH-CLASS GROCERS THE PHONE 5 2 5 �C[EIIKSMET MRGANIZER 'Ketall clerks to the number ot about ta, with all the ifiembers of the e.xecu-tire.present, met at the board ol trade building last night. Organizer Hoop was pr/sent from Calgary, anJ mat-' ters ot a general natire Mere .llscuss-ed. The retail'cierkg' association' ot the province are watcUinJ; th�,worlring of the Factory Act closely and will have" representative."! i at Edmonton during the session to look;, after their Interests when amendments to the act are being considered. l^ANT INDEPENDENT IDNONACT Calgary, Feb. 20.^"This leaguer asks Cor an-independent commission In connection, with the enforcement of ^the liquor act," remarked J. A. Virtue, cf Macleod,. the president ot the Alberta Social Service league, in the course 3C-^hIs address at the twelfth annual sonvention of this organization, which .will be in session today and"tomorrow It'the Central'Matliodlit'chnrch. � The enforcement of the act} he said, nad- ai>own litcompetence, :and a vrtons BiatKo'd; had  been-employed, y The aVanne^ln VhlcU it bad b?fen carried 9UtMd been a.reflection e 357 353 No. 3 C. \V. '.15% ........�...: 93% No.*": Feed.. 87% No. 4 C. W. llin Feed ...^1.^G �Torbnlo.}Fe6l.;21.-M. H. MacLeod general mabaKer ot the lines of the Canadian Northern Railway west ot Port Arthur, resumed his inventory ot the branch tlineb and their purpose tills morning before the board ot arbitration. In the course ot his testimony It developed that nine.tly miles north of The tPas, the northern terminus of the Hudson Bay Junction- The Pas branch, there is a copper camp which P, H. Phippeu, K.C., declares .rtay prove'one ot the! copper camps ^in North America. At' present it is being crudely developed, but even so, seven thousand tons of 22 per cent ore was taken ont last year and ten thousand tons Is expected this year. The ore is teamed 15 miles and is ihqn brougbt by boat'to The Paa.when'ce It travels over the C. N. Winnipeg Market Oats-New Contract: Open .Mav..........., i)5U .Tuly............ 93% Barley- ' May............. 170 U riax- ' Jlay..........'!50 July............> 353 Cash Prices Oats-No. 2 C. W. U7% Extra No. 1 Feed . No. 1 Peed.. 90!-i Barley- No. 3 C. W. ICS Rejected.... 138 Flax-No. IN. W. C................. V352 No. c. \v. 349 No. C- \V. 331 Winnipeg Livestock " Winnipeg, Feb. 21.-Receipts at the Union Stock Yards today-numbered 220 cattle; aud 140J) hogs. .Cattle and hog prices steady and unchanged.'__ Butcher steers $7: to. $11.50.; heifers . f6.50 to $10: cows, |4.6l to $9'.75'; 'hulls. b J5.S0 to %Z7!o; osen, $5 to S.50; stock-ers^ and feeders, 7.50 to $9; calves, JB.50 to ?12. .....- Hogs, selects. $1S.60; heavies, $14 to $15; sows, $12 to .$1.'5;'light $13.60 to $15. mi We^epair Tinware iastlell as make all .kinds of tin �t *,' Honorary president. Hop. Duncan Marfiliall, Edmonton; Hon. ^Ice-pre-Bldent, H. A. Craig, deputy mlBlster ot agriculture, Edmonton;, -president, -E. D. Richardson, Calgary; vice-president J. F. Day, Reed Doer; secretary-treasurer,' H. J. Pream,\Calgary: directors, W. R. West, Edmotiton^l.GniitainiH. J. Evans, Lacombe; J. Seigley, .Griffin Creek; J. Cook, Cochrane;.'TH,>IcIn-toah. Macleod, and J. R. "VVatt, Clarea-bolro, . . ; In future, agricultural .aaaociaUons will be permitted to hold their annual meetings each year, prior to December 10. XeWZEALANOERS active Anfmulsion ^ /fiasy to Take Cod liver oil is oneN of the greatest, vitallzers known and is recognised ty physicians as a,^ splendid remedy in cnse.i ot rte-* blllty. throat aud Inng troubles, etc., but it has been hard to get in a palatable fbrm. ,Our Emulsion of; CoiLiverOil ' tastes good because it is fresh. ^ The, oil is produced in Norway ^ �>nd is filtered ,at zpro temper-attire, 'rhe jntejlse cold prevents the greatest yield from the cod livers,' but th'e oil that is obtained is absolutely pure and free from the ojijectlonable, fishy taste characteristlc ot cheap oils. Good for ^'lou-Good for the Children. _ Price $1.00 TAE RED CROSS DRUG �^ BOOK CO., LIMITED PHONE 555 PICTURE CANCELLED ? * 1. W, of A. convention. ' ' Land Seeking A. H. Woltaen and S. A. Sprutt of Merced, Oal., are lit the city on a land .seeking toui". : Correct An Error At Ba.wden Bros., fiirulture sale the itom "Mahogany Dining Roor Suite reduced to $192.00" should have read "reduced �192.00." Capt. Skelton Writes iMayor Harclle this mon'.ing received a letter troini Capt. J. S. Skelton who is now 'attaclied to tJie intelligence branch, Belgian area. i Co. HiRIDiCe, ALBERTA �P London, Fab. 21.-t-"'Now Zealand troops carried out .a successful .raid, this morning, east of Polygon. Wood, on Jhe Flanders front, and captured a fenT prisoners," says today's war office statement. "Tho.jenemy's'artil-j lery was antlvd yesterday \ovenlngvag-; alnst our positions n^ FlesQUeieres." ANNOUNCEMENT Auction ^sale of furniture at. B02 14th Street tomorrow (Prlday)i at 2 p.m. Krank Waddtngton; auctioneer, i' 61-1 Gold Fish Just Arrived  � "d - � ' � � � '� '~: ^ GOLD FISH,' SILVER FJiBH,-FANTAIL8, - COMETS,vi..>;,. TADPOLES, FISH FOOD, a ^AQUARIUM-PLANT, GRAVEL BHELLS,  ETC. ^ Aquaria i and glass. n.fiVe sizes in metal Globes of all alzes, footed and -plain. This is the last ehlpment >Ye will have until next autumn. J. D. Higifibotham & Co . Limited .Thanks Musicians Corporal Roy Inman wishes to thank thfe members of the Mii'sicians Union, Lgcal 4n7 for tlieir kindness in remembering him at Xmas time with the smokes tind dainties sent him. Fbr. Belgian Relief W. A. Buchanan, M.P., acknowledges ^Vith tlianks contrlbutlbri ot $70.00 from the Girls' Belgllan Relief Club of Pincher Creek, Alta., to the Belgian Relief Fund, . . ' ' ' To rtold Dahce The Lethbridge basketball club are holding an Informal dance thisv evening, after the basketball ga|ne with Stirling. lt^,will be in th4 S. O. B. hall. j'.Part of Ranch Changes Hands Raymond Leader: Cue ot the largest lands deals in tlie district lately was consuminnted this' week when Meeks brothers'bought -1200 acres of Mark Brlmhall. The land Is part dl the Hereford ranch and bordefs the Meekis a nepliow of L; ^. Tuff and Henry Pai-rar of the Lotl^brldgo kilties anil a'son of Robert Farrar, an old-timer of Loth-brJdgc, ... . ' .1^ 5?! Slipfipr Supply Ca ,.-MIHHH0.1,�uUpiN.O, 4 R^ILyV.XY SUPPUJSt;*. EQUIPMENT ,vXUO>0i>>, AMOIRSON AMP BMER^t^N f AAI||I :.IMPLEMCNTa ' r^.OAIMb'PLOW*' \ tULKIIB fORO, TRACt.OR ATTACH. MLTIVATQR8, / ' INqrtll,K^ Only One "BROMO QUININE" To get the genuine, call for full name LAXATIVE BROMO QUININE. Look for signature of E. W> GROVB, Curea a Cold in One Day. - 30t!. ' ;. ' HAY"�^ CARL9ADS OR Ll^88 , TIMOTHY, UPLANDi,.*ALFAi;,-.FA, MIXED TIMpTHY. AND ALFALFA A^^D STRA^ . CAREFUL ATTENTIONi TO ALL OROEF^S. PROMPT SHIPMENT' > , .WRI.TE OR WmE'lui* fQH r PniCES. Saunders |iay & Grain Cp. 1821 8nd Av4ntfe-�0Mth Tolephofie'732^ ' ^^^^ Income Tax Return Forrpe Thriro is a good dj�ai of confusion over" tho income tnjc return forms. Great Boost for Southern Alberta | Th^ao can be procured, ut the.board , ,, - � ;.)..� � ;v.;...,. I of'trade offices. People should not be Lethbridge uiid Southern AiberiBr-viD too much ot a hurry to sign them, havo won grout upraise In ^he . past, The time tor return bus boon extend-three yearn us the leading grain .'pro- to, Jiarch Hist, so^ that there is .uclng section of the prairie provinces, 1^^aU'itll,rrt!nueriSl'l!e'on nn;l tho iiumbtM- of � small-.liractorB be- which, will no doubt bo forthcoming ing sold is also attracting attonlioni'i fi'onrljid governmen^-flopn. On the front page of the � Canadian .i Dally llecortl uf .lanuary 21)th appear.^ a full page plcturtT of onb of- tbe'so; tractors at work In Southern Alberta. The underlino under tho picture Bayp "Over [ioo triiclura wej-esold in Soiitti- ' ern Alberta last year through 'Lethbridge agencies, niids.onr picture fihowft , one ot thom at work." The Canadian Daily Record 1b iho official, pbper ol POPULAR FICTION,^ . NON FICTION. REPRINTS, PAPCR BACK. NOVELS, OXFORD BIBLES..;^ ' PRAYER AND PRAISE, KNIGHTS OF^eOL,UMBU� PRAYER BOOKS. ETC., ETC. ThtTwiiitietliCentirii ' Boiik.iRire; ! >' ""'Everybed^'B BoQk '�|\op" B14 4th-Avenue 'Phene sia TOTAL .LOSS - v--' ' � �V'":;f '''':'y:fir '. An, Aiianlic PfirtJ-' ffe]|. 3}.,-^Tbo, British Htenraor Ejjiila, rashoro ^-'oft, fthis coast ycHterdftVi'was' roportodrtp:. day a totiVl lusa. , FOR SALE ' , ,� JUTE SACKS I ,No,^^; very. Mttle uaad ,........ .;,,..,,>,......;., $78.00 WoQditosk.�Typewriter,' No. B, brand new, regular priea 1190.00.'Will i ae 11 at $98.00 for a abort time to^ Introduce. Sea thia machine before' bjiylrig elieWfiere, :�� \ ^ . '> . 'A FULL LINE OF OFFICE STATIONERY. , EVERALL A PRANKS SlnnQtt Block, coK 4th Avf^ani6th.Stj ' . ' Phone-11*07 \ 0221 ;