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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 23, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta / .�,he .WORLD'S 0REATE8T PIANOS Sf^iStelnway NowHieimor. Ntw Scale Wllllmna, Haines Bros. Come in and soo these woudor-t'j. Inl instruments. Kverytliing Musical ?i i \ A�8INIB0IA MUSIC CO.. LTD. ; Phone 1846, 315 6th St. 8.. Lethbrtdge, Alto HOTEL WINDSOR " I european p.tan MEAtS from 6.00 a.m. toloo p.m. 1 All women agree thahour meats are best. Our sausage is exceptionally fine. DELANYS MEAT CO. FIFTH ST. S. OPPOSITE DALLAS HOTEL PHONE 452 ^1 We Feature if Remedies and Toilet Preparations Because after careful invcstlKation we have found them to be the most efficient and also the best value for the money of any to he had. Let us tell you more about these preparations and too, let us give you .n copy of Penslar Health Book, containing intonnatlon that you should have. It is Free, ask for it. THE KENNY & ALLIN CO., Ltd. Penslar Store i NEXT DALLAS HOTEL PHONED 1487  ARE NOW COMING IN IN FAIRLY GOOD QUANTITIES AND Wfe'ARE ABLE TO^TAKE CARE OF ALL THE BUSINESS THAT COMES OUR WAY. � r After six tonight and on Monday our p�ice per dozen 65r. OUR PRICES ARE CHANGED DAILY WITH THE MARKET. I Large Sze California Pruned in Tins WE HAVE JUST, HAD A SHIPMENT OF THESE PUT UP IN TINS. SIZE Si/iS. THEY LEAST 1^4 LBS.,NET WEIGHT OF PRUNES AND THE QUALITY IS MUCH BETTER THAN SAME SIZED PRUNES IN BOXES. HOLD AT THr Special, per tin . .............. . 25c HIGH-CLASS GROCERS THE GOOD CO. P H ON E �..''��S2S. . IN MEMORIAN  In loving memory of our dear brother. Private .John-Wright Douglas, who was killed in action on February 23rd, 1017.  "Gone, but not forgotten." Inserted by his sister and brother-in-law. Mr. and Mrs. James Stevenson. A loving brother hence has gone. His loss is felt by everyone. He .went to France to do his best And now has gone with God to rest) Though far from home in a soldier's grave. . In memory he 11 live for aye; Tlie evening star shines on his grave ' Of one we'Iovcd but could not save. - 63-1 Winnipeg. Feb. 23.-The fixing bt a , ma.xiniura price on-oats hii^s stftblliz-j ed the ca^ niarket.�i and all premiums' have moved up. Premiums have ad-: vanced l-2c a bushel on all grades. I The demand for cash oats was good ' today and offerings Avere light. There was little doing in cash barley and cash flax. " Oats closed 1 5-So lower for May and 1 7-Sc lower for July. . Barley closed 1-4C" higher for >Iay. Flax closed 1 cent lower ;for May and 3c lower for July. � Winnipeg Oats- , Grip Followip The Snow Iv.\XATI\'E-BROMO- QmNIfTE rah; lets taken in' tim we use only the very 1)68,1 of ma- 'tehal in all our Avork. Having a  job done by us is an assurance .Uhttt the work done will last a 1 long time without having to put your hand down in your pocket ; for money to pay for repairs. It you -want perfect tin and sheet inetalwork call on us.  . The Dixon Sheet Metal Co. , REAR STAFFORD BLOCK LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA Halifax, Feb. 2;j.-Two -weclcB'ago /the goyemmeut filed plans - under >hich they proposed to exproprlat� lands'^on both.sidos:of the,, rail)vay track'from the'dockyard to Kichraoini. More recentbV'i new, plan has been filed under which the -water front-properties east of the railway track; i&| Grain fCpv 1.0.21 2nd Ava^u^Sou^h T�iaphQnt;fa^,v" � An Emulsion Easy to Take Cod liver oil \% one of the greatest vUaflzers known and is recognized by. physicians as. a splendid remedy-in cases of debility, throat and lung troubles, etc., bui It has been hard to g6t in a palatable form. Our Emulsion of Cod Liver Oil tastes good because-It is fraslj,_ The oil is produced in NorWay.' and is filtered at zero temperature. The intense, cold prevents the greatest yielil from the cod livers, but the oil that is obtained is absolutely,jijjro and; free from - the objfecuonable, fishy taste characteristic of cheap olfs. Good for You-Good for the Children; Price $1.00 THE RED (15SS( DRUG & BpOKj:(^,LlMrtED PHON ^5S k. CITY AND DISTRICT Knox Church Annlve.-sary Dr. Wilson of St. Andrew's church. Moose Jaw. Avill preach thfr anniversary sermons in Knox church March lOth. Arrives From Fernle R. B- Smith, tlie' new accountant of the P. Burns Co. here, arrived Jn tiio (lity this morning from Fernle. He was accompanied by his family. � . Was a Nephew Ueiit. Wilfrid- 'JIcGinn. reported killed' while flying in England on Fob. 18th, was a nophew of R. V. and A. litA'iTTlimahs of this city. . . Goes to New York ' y.r..J. W. MacGraw, of New Duyton, left last evening for New York city to Corifer with some eastern capitalists pertaining to important undertakings in Alberta. >. Returned Soldier Tomorrow morning Gunner H. Mar-chant, late of the .inth, is expected home. He has been in quarantine for 10 dnya in Calgary on account of the smallpox scare. He >was -wounded and gasatrd m F.-dnce and his friends will be glad to see him back, Electric Grills, Electric Ovencttes, Electric Hot Water Bbttfci, Electric Warming Pads, v Electric Chafing Dishes, Electric Boudoor Sets, Electric Toasters, Electric Irons, Electric Heaters (three styles), Electric Light Bulbs, all ^iies in'Nitro and ordinary styles. . ^. � . IN^PEtT OUR STQiCK^ COMPARE OUR PRICES. tOU WILLNOT BE URGED TO BUY. Cc^nsamers Hardware Cb. Salvation Army Life-Saving Guards In connection with the above organization a pleasant social evening war. hold in the Citadel, lost night, at li.46 p.m. Over thirty "young people with several of the young people workers But down to supper, after doing jiistlce to the gopd things, Inter-estihg^ames were Indulged in. Great credit Is due to Sister iClara Claphani, guard leader, tor her devotion and Interest in that part of the Army work in Lethbridge. Eva Dawson Is trea.� [urer of the Guards. Since,the coming of Adjutant and Mrs. Hamilton to thifi cUy last September steady progress has been made In the local corps both financially and:ln the number of members added to LEMON PINEAPPLE, / ALMOND � STRAWBERRY * ORANGE RASPBERRY BANANA RATAFlAv- , PISTACHIO ETC., ETC., ETC. 25c, 50c and $1 bottles SPECJAL.QUOTATIONS IN -BULK J.P.Higiflbothaiv&Co Limited .... . .....� T rimt _ . m 1 iin > . . >^ srAlberta't Pioneer >-;prusstilta* Wholesale and Retail ChamlatK TELEPHONE No. 322' Music at Forum Musical program for the Forum tomorrow will be under the direction of Leo M. Coombs. 1st N'o., Vocal diiet, ^Tarry With Me," composer Nicolai. sung by the Misses Hazell. 2nd Vocal solo. "Vale," by Kennedy Russel, MIhs aiamie Brooks, Miss Vivian Peterson. Price of Whltefish Meat' mercha.nts In the city resent the statement some time ago in the Herald that white fish was soiling at 2.^0 fi pound. "We have been for some time selling round whiteflsh at 12 Vj rents a pound, and cleaned white fish at 15 cents a pound. It has not been hinher than that at any time" Fords Increased In Price That Ford cars are increasing in , price along with other commodities is shown by an announceinerit made to day by J. H. Virtue of'the Ford Garage ^ here. The price of Fords has ad;ianc3d I an even. $100 both tor the touring car 'and the runabout. The touring oar price Is now $595 f.o.b. Ford, Grit., and 'the Lethbridge price vyiU bo $657, Lethbridge. The runabout which has been'$475 at Ford has Increased tn ' $575, and will now sell at'$637 Loth-bridge. These prices are $3.00 lower, ; than the Calgary prices owing td the shorter- freight hauL ANNOUNCEMENTS FAMILY PORTRAITURE Make it'-an annual vduty to yourselves to have yoiir children's jihoto taken. You will be creating nbldihg pleasures tor-your later years. , Smith's Studio - 906 Third Ave. S. Phone 1471 The Ladles Society of the B. of L. P. and E. wiU liold a dance,Tuesday, February ZOth at; the IC. o� P. hull. The committee's iPhone numbers are" 1127. and 1555. C2-2 Save Ydur Buy Your Supplies at Robertson's Book Store RemovfillSaie^ JIM JJI ... J. ' � Choice MEATS : Better mealsN through our phone service. Try It. I R,COyLTRY The'Alberta Meat Market The Oldest Established Meat Market in the City. 75c AT per Doz. Now is the, time to give yoiir hens a little tonic. Give them PRAH'S Poultry Regulator. I^EOLEV CARRIES 'THE ' . \f RATT LINE. ^ Wa jiave In ito'ck-  Chick Food, LCo Bands all kinds, LotiM Killer, Roup Cures, Seaiy Leg Ointment, Oyster Shell and Mlca-Qrlt.- 8�e for your Poultry Sup-pliear^,We.carry a well assorterJ line. ' / THE: Frank Hedley Drug Company Drugs Phone 772 A Stationery Lethbridae, Alt*. Maybe You'ir YouUI Want to Cpirie Again! WESTBROOK BftOS. Opposite Bank of Montreal 1 Owing to llie excellence of alii prof grams at Stui land next veek, jit, Is Probable IJiat Ocniglas .EalrbapMi Will' he.horo for Monday andyl'p8i|ay *�!}'.�*. Everyone who ofln po^sjlblyVxdoll SP.'; Bbould attend the niallnep;^'d'afly'w} t iivold w^tlng at nl6ht.--Ad^orti'tJ(r'^-*;-l FOR SALE � CAR FEED CORN � Ifi STOCK / F. p.'HYDE & CO. Phoro 12-1:1'-: --i^ STATIONERY WRITING PADS, I' FOOLSCAP PADS, , LEGAL, PADS, ';y SCRIBBLING PADS. NOTE-PAPER, ioxsder In'bulk. . INITIAL STATIONERY.i ENVELOPES. V OFFICE SUPPLIES STENOGRAPHER'S. NOTE BOOKS. wASTk pap�r baskets. ' Wire or WIcHer.' -CARBON PAPER, ^ TYPEWRITER PAPER. SECOND SHEETS. , TRACING paper; . "Evarybody's Book Shop" 514 J^Awgiue^, ' Phons 813 EverythimmrM Letter Filing Stack, Letter Filing 8ta�k, Flat Top Office Desk, Royal; Typewriter. No. a,--------, ..- L. Of smith; No.'B, very Jittle usad.............. . � � �.  97B,00 Woodstock .TypsWrlterSs..N^, S, brand now. regular prics $130,00, WHi sell at $95.00 for a short tims to Introduce. See thit machine before . buying elsewhere, i. . ' " mi A FULL LINE OF OFFICE STATIONERY. EVERALL & FRANKS 0lr(^9l|t Bloeic/ eer. 4th Ave. and 5th'St. . 'ffW:----' Phone 1107 65643?56 270? ;