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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - February 23, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta THE WORLD'S GREATEST PIANOS Steinway Noi^Uiciiuov. New Scale Wiiliar.i.--. Hahies Bros. Come in ful instruments. ;nul spp these, voiuier Kverytliin;; Musical ASSINIBOiA MUSIC CO.. LTD. Phone 1645, 315 6th St. S.. Lethbridge. A!Ui LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD HOTEL WINDSOR ' EUROPEAN PLAN MEALS FROM 6.00 A.M. TO 8.00 P.M. >V NEW LAID EGGS ARE NOW COMING IN IN FAIRLY GOOD QUANTITIES AND WE ARE ABLE TO TAKE CARE OF ALL THE BUSINESS THAT COMES OUR WAY. After six tonight and on Monday our pwee per dozen 65e All women agree that our meats are best. Our sausage is exceptionally fine. DELANYS MEAT CO, HFTH ST. S. OPPOSITE DALLAS HOTEL PHONE 452 OUR PRICES ARE CHANGED DAILY WITH THE MARKET. Large Size California Pruned in Tins WE HAVE JUST HAD A SHIPMENT OF THESE PUT UP IN TINS, SIZE 2' jS. THEY HOLD AT LEAST 134 LBS. NET WEIGHT OF PRUNES AND THE QUALITY IS MUCH BETTER THAN THE SAME SIZED PRUNES IN BOXES. Special, per tin................25c r , E HIGH-CLASS GROCERS THE GOOD CO P H ON E 5 2 5 We Feature Remedi es and Toilet Preparations Because after careful investigation \v.> have found the.m to be tlir most efficient and also the lies; value for tile money or any to he had. Let us tell you more about these preparations ami too. lot us give you a copy of Pensiar Health Book, containing information that you should have, it is Free, ask for it. THE KENNY & ALLIN CO., Ltd. NEXT DALLAS HOTEL Pensiar Store PHONE S 1487 IN MEMORIAN In loving memory of our dear brother, Private John Wright Douglas, who vas killed in action on February 23rd, 1!'17. "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 front home in a soldier's grave. In memory hell live for aye; The evening star shines on his grave Of one we loved but could not save. 61-1 El Grip Follow* The Snow LAXATIVE BROMO QUIXINT. runlets taken in time will Prevent Grip. E. W. GROVE'S signature on box. 30c. f % " NEXT WEEKS FEATURES AT STARLAND MONDAY AND TUESDAY DOUGLAS FAIRBANKS IN "The Man From Painted Post" WEDNESDAY A THURSDAY Jack Pickford in "The Ghost House" FRIDAY AND SATURDAY Mrs. Vernon Castle in "The Mark of Cain" ON P. G. E. DEAL Victoria. B. C. Feb. 2H. - Beforn midnight tonight. Hon. John Oliver, will have attached hi?, signature to the document in Seattle on behalf of tlui government of British Columbia' concluding the'ehapter as far as the long protracted negotiations, between tf.s Pacific Great Eastern Railway eom-pany and the province is concerned. Simultaneously with the signing of th* documents by the minister of railways in his official capacity and by R. T Elliott, representing the railway, will immediately take control of the >.i-seis of the company and its operation Winnipeg. Feb. 23.-The fixing of a maximum price on oats bus stabilized the ca||t markets and all premiums have moved up. Premiums have advanced l-2e a bushel on all grades. The demand for cash oats was good today and offerings were light. There was little doing in cash barley and cash flax. Oats closed 1 5-Sc lower for May and i 7-Sc lower for July. Barley closed l-4c higher for May. Flax closed 1 cent lower for -May and oc lower for July. Winnipeg Market Oats- Xew con trad Mav ...... July'........ Barley- .May........ Flax- Mav........ JUlV ........ Upt'it.- ""Close. M7k 173 172',; 350 Cash Prices LOCAL IN OFFICE!! OFi Oats-No. 2 C.W.. . 03*s Extra Xo. I feed Xo. 1 feed. . S-1T,* Barley-No. 2 C.W.. .lfiSi" No. Rejected .'............ Feed ........... Flax-No. 1 X.W'.C......... Xo. 2 C.W.. .34t;i.. Xo. Xo. 3 C.W. 91% ...........SS% Xo. 2 feed. . S2"s C.W. .163V- .138 .136 Winnipeg Winnipeg. Feb. C.W.. .3 Livestock 23.-Livestock 350 32H of- Calgary. Feb. 23.-One hundred and fifty blacksmiths from all over Alberta met yesterday in Robinson and Linton | hall to form a provincial organization ! The following officers were elated by ! the convention: President. R. E.-Wil-;son, Calgary; first vice-president. L. H. Fowler, Lethbridge: second viee-presi-t dent. Alf. Livingston. Edmonton; third j vice-president, E. J. Moore, Medicine :, Hat; secrotavy-treasurer, D. Black. Calgary. The name of the new organization is "The Alberta Provincial Horseshoers' and Carriagemen's Association." ferings today at the Union stock yards were 200 cattle and 414 hogs. Cattle was quiet and lower prices were paid for the few that were sold. Hogs went up 25c over � Friday's quotations, sel-' ects brought. $18.75 � hundred weight. ONTARIO EAR ASSOCIATION OFFICERS UNDERWOOD TYPEWRITERS AND SERVICE THOS. F. RYAN LOCAL REPRESENTATIVE, ALEXANDRA HOTEL, OR P.O. BOX 408 TYPEWRITERS REBUILT OR EXCHANGED. ALL MAKES. Toronto.' f%h. 23.-The Ontario Bar association elected officers as follows: Honorary president, Sir William Hearst, K.C.; president. K. T. Harding, Stratford; vice president,..?;, Br Gasp. K.C.. Toronto; Coi. "VvT"N. Ponton, l\. C; Belleville; Jt. J. McClellan. Toronto: treasurer. ('. F. Ritchie, Toronto; recording secretary.. Stanley Mills. Toronto: corresponding secretary, A A. MacDonald. Toronto, and historian. W. S. Horrington. K.C., Napanee. EXPROPRIATION OF LAND Halifax, Feb. 23.-Two weeks ago the government filed plans under which they proposed to expropriate lands., on both sides of the railway track from the dockyard to Richmond More recently a new plan has been filed under which the water front properties east of the railway track are not ta be taken, the expropriation to be confined solely to the lands to the western side of the track Tin and Sheet Metal Work of all kinds is done at our shop. We have every facility for turning out the very best work arid we use only the very Yiest of materia! in all our work. Having a job done by us is an assurance that the work done will last a 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 metal work call on us. The Dixon Sheet Metal Co. REAR STAFFORD BLOCK LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA Spirella Goods MADfc TO ORDER $3.50 up Phone 582 Miss Knapp ROOM 6, DOMINION BLDOr Superior Supply Co. 2nC Ave. S. and 13th Street. MINING, BUILDING 4. RAILWAY SUPPLIES & EQUIPMENT TUOHOPE ANDERSON AND EMERSON FARM IMPLEMENTS GANG PLOWS SULKIES FORD TRACTOR ATTACH. BUGGIES MENTS. DEMOCRATS AUTO TRAILERS CULTIVATORS BI.-JDTR ENSKlEi PHONE 1725-TAKE A BLUE LINE CAR HAV FOR SALE CARLOAjDS OR LESS TIMOTHY, UPLAND, ALFALFA, MIXED TIMOTHY AND ALFALFA AND STRAW. CAREFUL ATTENTION TO ALL ORDERS. PROMPT SHIPMENT WRITE OR WIRE US FOR PRICES. Saunders Hay & Grain Co. 1.?21 2nd Avenue South Telephone 732 An Emulsion Easy to Take Cod liver oil is. one of the greatest vitafizers "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 get in a palatable form. Our Emulsion of Cod Liver Oil tastes good because it is fresh... The oil is produced in X'ofivay and is filtered at zero temperature. The intense cold prevents the greatest yield from the cod livers, but the oil that is obtained is absolutely pure and free from the objectionable, fishy taste characteristic of cheap oils. Good for You-Good for the Children. Price $1.00 THE RED CROSS DRUG & BOOK, C0W LIMITED PHONE ^55 Pure Flavoring Extracts' VANILLA LEMON PINEAPPLE, ALMOND ( STRAWBERRY ^ ' ORANGE RASPBERRY BANANA RATAFIA PISTACHIO ETC., ETC., ETC. 25c, 50c and $1 bottles SPECJAL QUOTATIONS IN BULK J. D. Higinbotham & Co v Limited � The Stop* "Alberta's Pioneer Druggists" Wholesale and Retail Chemist*. TELEPHONE No. 322 Save Your Money Buy Your Supplies at Robertson's Book Store Removal JSale CITY AND DISTRICT Knox Church Anniversary Dr. Wilson of St. Andrew's church. Moose Jaw. will preach the anniversary sermons in Knox church March 10th. Arrives From Fernie R. U Smith, the new accountant of j the P. Burns Co. here, arrived in the [city this morning from Fernie. He was accompanied by his family. Was a Nephew Lieut. Wilfrid McGinn. reported killed while flying in England on Fob. ISth. was a nephew of R. V. and A. X. TXibTions of this city. RadlanWcill Electrical Goads Electric Grills, Electric Hot Water Bottles, Electric Ovenettes,  Electric Warming Pads, Electric Chafing Dishes, Electric Boudoir Sets, Electric Toasters, Electric Irons, Electric Heaters (three styles), Electric Light Bulbs, all sizes in Nitro and ordinary styles. / INSPECT OUR STOCK, COMPARE OUR PRICES. YOU WILL NOT BE URGED TO BUY. Goes to New York ' Y.:\. J. W. MacGraw. of Xew Dayton, left last evening for Xew York city to confer with some eastern capitalists pertaining to important undertakings it: AJberta. v Returned Soldier Tomorrow morning Gunner H. Mar-chant, late of the Illith, is expected home. Ho has been in quarantine for JO days ir Calgary on account of the s:;;allpox scare. He .was wounded an'.' gassed m Prunco and his friends will be glad to see him back Salvation Army Life-Saving Guards In connection with the above organization a pleasant social evening was held in the Citadel Inst night, at l',.4i, p.m. Over thirty young people with several of the young people workers sat down to u capital supper, after doing justice to the good filings, interesting games were indulged in. Great credit is due to Sister Clara Claphani, guard leader, for her devotion and interest in that part of the Army work in Lethbridge. Eva Dawson is trea.J Inter of the Guards. Since,the coming | of Adjutant and Mrs. Hamilton to this city last September steady progress has been made in the local corps both, financially and in the number of members added to the soldiers' roll. Last, night's social -was in celebration of the Guards' first anniversary. BROUGHT DOWN HUN AIRPLANE Paris. Feb. 23.-Vernon Booth, in charge of the Latayotte Flying Corps, brought down a German airplane in a fight several miles inside the German lilies , U. S. AVIATOR klLLED j Fort Worth, Texas, Feb. 23.-American Cadet Franklin Fairchild was kiil-! erl tliis afternoon when his airplane | fell near F.verman Field. Fairchild came here from Pelham, X.Y., February .1. To Play Off As Lethbridge rinks earned the right to play off for the Visitors' trophy donated by iC. Adams for bon-spiel competition, the draw has been made and play will start tonight. Curlers are asked to take special notice of this announcement. i UNITED PRESS MAN DEAD ! San Diogo, Calif., Feb. 23.--H. 11. | (Ham) Clark, one of the founders of | the United Pres3 association, died suddenly.of heart failure last night at his | home in Chaulavista. Clark was pre-; sklent of the United Press association for a number of years, retiring in Hi 14. I lie is survived by a wfdor, two dattgh-; ters and one son. Music at Forum Musical program for the Forufn tomorrow will be tinder the direction of Leo M.' Coombs. 1st Xo., Vocal duet, ''Tarry With .Me," composer Xieohii, sung by the Misses Hazell. 2nd Vciej! solo. "Vale." by Kennedy Hussel. MKs Mamie Brooks, Miss Vivian Peterson. ANNOUNCEMENTS FAMILY PORTRAITURE Make it an annual duty to yourselves to have your children's jihoto taken. You will be creating abiding pleasures for your later years. Smith's Studio 906 Third Ave. S. Phone 1471 ; The Ladies Society of the B. of L. F. and E. will hold a dance Tuesday, February 2t;th at the K. of P. hull. | The committee's phone numbers are' 1127 and 1555. - �2-2 Price cf Whitefish Meat' merchants in the city resent the statement some time ago in the Herald that white fish was selling at 25c ti pound. "We have been for some time selling round whitefish at VI1/?. rents a pound, and cleaned white fish a;. 15 cents a. pound. It lias not been higher than that at any time " Fords Increased in Price That Ford cars are increasing in price along with other commodities is shown by an announcement made today by .1. H. Virtue of the Ford Garage here. The price of Fords has adiancnl aji even ?luu both for the touring car and the runabout. The touring car price is now .'fSJio f.o.b. Ford, Ont., and the Lethbridge price \yill be ?C57, Lethbridge. The runabout which has j been '.$475 at Ford has increased to $575, and will now sell at $637 Lethbridge. These prices are S3.00 lower, than the Calgary prices owing to" the shorter freight haul. Choice MEATS Better meats through our phone service, Try it. R, COULTRY The Alberta Meat Market The Oldest Established Meat Market in the City. You'l! Want to Gome Again! WESTBROOK BROS. Opposite Bank of Montreal Fresh Eggs 75c per Doz. Now is the time to give your hens a little tonic. Give them PRATT'S Poultry Regulator. HEDLEY CARRIES THE J�RATT LINE. We have in stock-  Chick Food, Leg Bands all kinds, Louse Killer, Roup Cures, Scaly Leg Ointment, Oyster Shell and Mica Grit. See uii far your Poultry Supplies." We carry a well assorted line, THE: Frank Hedley Drug Company Drugs & Stationery Phone 772 Lethbridge, Alta. I Maybe You'll find It Here! STATIONERY WRITING PADS, FOOLSCAP PADS, LEGAL PAD8, SCRIBBLING PADS, NOTE,PAPER, Boxed or in bulk. INITIAL STATIONERY, ENVELOPES. OFFICE SUPPLIES STENOGRAPHER'S NOTE BOOKS, FILES, WASTE PAPER BASKETS, Wire or Wicker. CARBON PAPER, TYPEWRITER PAPER, 8EC0ND 8HEETS, TRACING PAPER, DRAWING SETS, DIXON'S DRAWING PENCILS. ADDING MACHINE ROLL8. BOOKS STANDARD WORKS, POPULAR FICTION, NON FICTION REPRINTS, PAPER BACK NOVELS, OXFORD BIBLES, PRAYER AND PRAISE, < KNIGHTS OF COLUMBU8 PRAYER BOOKS, ETC., ETC. The Twentieth Ceotttry Bookstore "Everybody's Book Shop" 514 4th Avenue Phone 613 Owing to the excellence of alL pro-1 grains at Starlaiid next, week, it is probable Uiat Douglas Fairbanks will be here for Monday aml^TiiJBKday only. Kveryone who can possibly do so j diould at I end the malineps dally ami |,:void waiting at night.--Advert. FOR SALE CAR FEED CORN IN STOCK T. O. HYDE & CO. Phor.e 12-Vt Lethbridge Everything For the Office- Letter Filing Stack, 4 drawers, fumed oak'......'.............. $22.50 Letter Filing Stack, 4 drawers, fumed oak .....v.,........... $13.50 Flat Top Office Desk, fumed oak, 34 by 54 in.chea............. $44.50 Royal Typewriter, No. 5, nearly new.....................$65.00 Underwood Rebuilt, No. 4........____........................ $65.00 L. C. Smith, No. 5, very little used............................$75.00 Woodstock Typewriter, No. 5, brand new, regular price $130.00. Wili sell at $95.00 for a short time to introduce. See this machine before buying elsewhere. A FULL LINE OF OFFICE STATIONERY. EVERALL & FRANKS Sinnott Block, cor. 4th Ave. and 5th 'St; Phone 1107 ;