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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 21, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta PIANOt IDISON PHONOGRAPHS MINIBOIA MUSIC CO.. LTO. "Everything Mmtcal" South Phone LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD nunvi mm mini to Phone 1448 Fifth Avenue S. Randall Parrisli. J. I.ocke. Mary Kobvns At 85c each iTHE KENNY ALLIN CO., Ltd. Store GROCERY VALUES i onlv by ktep'na down overhead expenses. This we are dcinj under our system'of doing toS. for a extra charae. The only fair ,nd way. A o. many values. ORANGES, size-2525. very special .value, per -dozen 35c LEMONS, per dozen APPLES, No. 1 Roman Beauties, per case S2.95 POTATOES, dry, mealy and extra quality, per 1COIO. sack CABBAGE, gac-d, hard winter slock, per Ib. Per 100 Ib. sack "-75 CANDY KISSES, Special for tomorrow, per Ib. 25c THE GOOD CO., LTD. HIGH CLASS GROCERS FooJ Bsard License No. 8539 TWO STOnES MODEL BAKERY PHONE 1175 AND HAVE THE DRIVER CALL. j N. J. SCHWEITZER Licenst Number MARKETS Grain and Livestock YOU WILL NEED _ OOD HAY OATS for k-our work. Get KWlr now. We have a limited li'jnWy of Ahe BEST TIMOTHY HAY AND EXTRA No. 1 FEED OATS. C-irloaA fl8 and less. Prices on application. L SAWDERS HAY AND GRAIN CO. Second Avtnue S. Phons 752 WINNIPEG. Feb. The grain ctanse will bo closed Sif.jrJay cv, or reined lo the memory of Si. 1 i-ut li-uirU-r. Today oats -dosed .Mi- tower for May le lower for July. Barley closed l-2c lower for May and. le loiter for July, Flax dosed Lethbridgt__j IStpcks, Bonds Grain Options I 11 Jl 1.1 II A D IN ANY MARKET 4JGHEST CASH PRICES PAID FOR VICTORY LOAN BONDS D. E. HARRIS lower'lor May and 2 1-ic li July. Winnipeg Markets Open. May July May July Cash PricM for Close. GSM- C7U SS'i May July I OATS- 'Xo. 2 C.TV... L K53TFOR TOMORROW Pork, Veal, Lamb. All Killed. r, Pork, VVANTED 5HBEP, CATTLE AND HORSES ON SHARES -e Hart the'very best range, lesd and water. CM. MTTCALF Lettitrldje Hotel, 60-3 YOU'LL FEEL LIKE 'COMING AGAIN. WESTBROOK BROS. .The Sanitary Shop. every crade 'were lower today ou the Calgary market. The ton price for p-ime was ?H.OO; common but- chers ranged around 511-00; heavy cows and heifers, however, were well up to yesterday's from {10.00 to fll.50; stackers were ranzing from JID.DO to 511.25, There, were ot cattle on (he market. Hogs took a jump today, .selects selling from ?16.S5 to UT.15, accord- ing to weight and quality about head passed over the scales. j 0 W. V. A. Program The G. W. V. A..concert.Qn.Sunday February 23, will be held in the Co lonial Theatre. Program: "Lead Kind ly accompanied" by Theatre Orchestra; Septette from Maurice" Rygs; Song, "In the Garden ol My Hearv" (Caro hy Mrs. J Taylor: Recitation. "Gypsy Avril" Little; Song, "The Deathless -Vrmy" (H. by Corp. J. B. Thompson; Violin Solo. "Jlazurka De from Ovdi llaurice 'Rygs; Sons (selected) and "Tho Vet- eran's Song" Gun- ner D. iMcIndoe; Rigellctto from Vir- Idl, Colonial Orchestra: Song (select- Miss Simm. At the1 piano, Miss Helena Simpson, 'Mrs. George. Flem- ing. "God Save the King." Piano loaned by tho Assinfbola Music Co. Daors open at S.I5. Concert com- mences at 8.00. Rough, Fissured Hands Makes a Statement Tom whose residence was damaged by fire yesterday, declares that the tire brigade marlc two tuns to his tface, the first lime turaius back because they cauid not locate the fire, Ihough they had been given the number of the house. The sec- ond time they came there was not sufficient hose to reach the lire. Moose Smoker A very successful smoker was the Loyal Order ot Moose In their and sore, catch, hall in the Hislnlnthain block last ing thread, vara, etc., nothing more evening. Music, songs.and caruelbMi lultou, ____ _____ Ihfi Auditorinm and Tomorrow Afternoon Admission 2Se and I5c Open at 7.30 annoying or REME VELVA cases "MECHANICS' HAND LOTION That is never [ailing. EACH 2ac A BOTTLE Samples for the Asking. CHOICE ALFALFA Delivered in the city, baled at a- ton; loose a ton. Wagon lots only. ,F. O. HYDE 4 CO. Phone 1244 Ltthbrldge Direct From IHE OCEAN To Your Table When you buy fish from us you get it right from the fishing boat. We get shipments regularly and arc ;5Sble to offer them to you in the finest condition. PROCEED AGAIUST HUMBER PARIS, Feb. president of the senate, communicat- ed to that tody today a demand from the military governor of Paris lhat the senato 'authorize legal proceed- ings against Senator Charles Humbtr on a charge of corrupting'officials. The senate today adopted a rfcsolu- Iticji calling for tho appointment of committees to investigate tho conduct of the war. Limi'ed "Albtrtj' Wholnilc Planter Orugglits ano Cfiemisi Phoni. 1515 and 322 games were the order oi the evening, and Feverai noxv members were inHi- atd into that i.opular Moor game. At Ihe close Brb. Haynes gavesa talk ou the aims, onjqcts and benefits of the order. The Crowd Misunderstood In reporting the Peter Wright ipeech at Wesley churc-li on We-lnes- ajipe'ara is incorrect. Someone in the gallery three cheers for the soldiers. Ths croml certainly misunderstood, otherwise tho cheers would have hcen given with a will. ANNOUNCEMENT Captain TJenoon will lecture on his experiences in France in the St. Mat- thew's church at Coa'.hurst February 2Hh i.V silver collection bn FURS We buy them! And what's more, we ray the iirice. Dominion Fur Co. Dealers in Hides and Pelts. Back ol McKillop's Store Sixlh Street S. Phones: Office 1355; Res. 701 On Liquor Charge John Furiuan appeared in the city police court en a charge Uavinj lliiuor illegally in his possess'.on ami was flncil and costs. SeveraUIozcn hollies of whiskey were seized by the rolice, but the "main squeeze" con- nected with the haul got away. Jolm Moore n "vag." fined anil costs, wliicn he nalil. receiving orders to leave the c'ty. Wel'sre Rev. K. S. 131 hop. hsad of the welfare rleprmmfnl c! 'he Soda! vice I.cogue cl A'l'c-'i was in the city last nisht ntd a meet :n? o! the Itotirhn- and a mn'her of ladies who arc In'trcslcd moTcn-.eTit. and as active oirl in liiis ci'.y. Sir AlfMll'Icr flalt Chapter, 1. O K,