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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 25, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta if/,' If.THE WORLD'S GREATEST PIANOS Stelu\�'n>' XordhoItiiDr. New Scatii WilUom*. �jf;Hntne� Bros. Come innnil aoS these wdndfir-' i fill InstniniBntg. Kverything Jtiislcal 'V ASSINIBOIA MUSIC CO.. LTD. � !j_Phone 1545, 316, 6th St. S., Loihbridge, AJta LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD HffffeL WINDSOR CUROfEAN WLk MEAL8 PROM .00 A.M. TOl 8.00 f.M 3, All women agree that our nieats are best. Our sausage is exceptionally fine. / DELANYS MEAT CO. riFTH ST, S. OPPOSITE DALLAS H0T6L PHONE 452- Good Quality Eyapor^ed Fruits TMr^nhVxpn ^Ji'^^^^HX3I^3Sr.tV^3^^^ GOING T0-'8EH�QHER IN PRICE VERY SOON. 7a !KiV,^4LB�r,IT5If�r�*?X^S�"J5J?J."*r TAKEN ALL THE BEST 8IK PRUNES-IN CAUFORN-il^.-^P^T,^??! TE�-LING WHEN THEY WILL TAKE SOME OTKEh LINES AS WELL. AS A CONSEQUENCE PRICES HAVE GONE UP IN CAL'fFORNIA. GET SOME NOW AT THE OLD PRICES. PRUNES. Size 80-90.'10 Ih. boxis, each .____$i.60 PRUNES, 8i:c eOSO. 26 1^ boxes, each PRUNES, size 6070, 10 lb. boxes, each PRUNES, size 60-70, 26 lb. boxes, each PRUNES, slie 40 50, 10 lb. boxes.'each PRUNES, si:4 40-60, 23 lb. boxes, eachr HIGHCLA^S GROCERS $3.75 $1.75 $4.26 $1.95 .$4.75- GOOD EVAPORATED PEACHES. 5jb. t^oxtt, fancy.,peeled. SonietJiinB very fine, pep package.... $1.40 10 lb. bows,' Fahcy Gold B�>- Peaeheo ... $2,25 25 lb. boxes,. Fancy Oold Bar Peaches ... $5.25 LOGANBERRIES, per pacUage ..----....... 352* LOGANBERRIES, per dozen packages ..... $#.00 PHONE � 5 25 We Feature ^^^^^^ Remedies and Toilet Preparations Because after oareftll investisation we l)87e foiinU them to be the most efficient and niso Uib best value for the money of any to be hiul. Let us tell you move about these preparations and too. let us give you a copy of Penslar Health Book, containing inforraaUon that you should have, it Is Free, ask for It. ^ THE KENNY & ALLIN CO., Ltd. Penslar Store NEXT DALLAS HOTEL PHONE 1487 MIIITARY TRIBUNAL l^lemb^s Must Stay on Job - Al. Ross Declared Fit i- ^t looks as if some, at least, of the exemption "tribunals have liad a Ufa Job handed to lUem. Members of.thu local tribunal ITave received notifieav tlon that they may not leave the prov-. ince �'itljo;iJt^ consent from the minister of justice If they are to be awgy more than three days, err from the next weeks features at MONDAY ANb TUESDAY DOUGLAS FAIRBANKS IN "The Man From Painted Post" . WEDNESDAY & THURSDAy" Jack Picklord in f The Ghost House'' FRIDAY AND SATURDAY Mrs. Vernon Castle in * "The Mark of Cab" provincial registrar if they are to be away less than three days. The tribunal Is i^till considering oft.se.-^. thoiigh tliey ."sit only ocoasiou.nlly. Thi.s morning the application of Yonng Al Ross, the local boxer, was heard but the decLsion of the tribunal was not given out publicly. This is Ross" first appearance before the board. At the lime ot his first medical examination lie was placed in medical category "U" owing to ea-iarged tonsils and slight ear trouble. Since that tinte lie has voluntarily had his^taiiallb- removed, aud reboarded by the" medical boar*, being placed in Class "A". His case therefore came beforo the exemption tribunal for tlie first time this morning. Ross clalhi-ed exemption on the pround that his father, a sergeant in the 79th. Winnipeg battalion, had rtlod of pneumonia in Euglarid; his only other brother is atiendluK naval si;liool In, Halifax, leaving hL>i mother and eight daughters in Canada. Fout of the. daughters are married while four others are at home, it 13 understood that the exemption board, did ^ot favorablyv.consider his claim, though no public statement >79uld be made. The exemption tribunal was inclined to take umbrage over a hint In a letter appearing in Saturday's Herald that Rosf was thought by some to hava onough "pnll" to obtain exemption. Tlie board points out that his case had never cOine before them, he having never been physically -fit previous to this time.' The casi is being decided solely on lis merits. Ross is the owner of a quarter section homestead at Purple Springs. The medical board Is understood to have learfjed that an effort will be made to 'secure more men out of Class 1 by coniblng over those turned down on account oi flat-feet, the regulations in this regard having been made con-Bidernbly' easier recently. These men will he reboarded before a medical review boar(l just formed.' OKDERWOOD TYfEiRTTERS and service; > THOS. F. RYAN LOCAL REPRESENTATIVE, ALEXANDRA HOTEL, OR P.O. BOX 408 TYPEWRITERS REBUILT OR EXCHANGED. ALL MAKES. Tin and Sheet Metal Work ot all Wnds Is done at our shop. We have every faculty for Iutd-Ing out the very best work and /we use only the very best of material iu all our work. Having a ::job done by.iui. is ai; a&surance 'that the work done will last a long time without having to put f.your hand down in your pocket �for money to pay, for repairs, it : you -want perfect tin and shoot. V metal work call on us. , . The Dixon^ Sheet M^tkl Co. , REAR STAFFORD BLOCK LETHBRIDGE. ALBERTA nor inc Ave. s. and 13th Street ^" ' mining. building & railw.xy suppliss * gQUIPMPN-f . .tuohope, anderson and ^emerson FARM IMPlSntS ' '''';�uS^?eT v-^o^R^ tractor -PEM0CRAT8 - avto tra'il:.rs , .^^ , cultivators- OIND-R ENOI.'iei , � phone 17aS-take a blue line,car Winnipeg Market Out.-!-.Vew Contr,act: Olica Mav............ 3:! ^ ,Iu!y............. 92 Vt narlcy- .Mav............ 17l"-i  Klax- May............ tooVi. July ... ......... 352%^ Cash Prices Oaij- No. 2' C, \V. 95-s No. n C. \V. lixtni No. 1 is"eed............... No. 1 Feed.. S7's No. 2 Feetl,. Barley- Xo. :! ......17114 -No. -t ____..lrt6'i It ejected____loS Feed......VJS Klax-- 1 X. \V. C..................SSOhi So. -1 C. W. 34"! � Xo. a C. W. 32sM: Close 9:5% 175U 35214 .13 "-i, 90-:i SIT4' DECISIONS IN THE E Supreme Court civil sittings concluded Saturday. His Lordship Justice Walsh reserving judgment in the case of Van'Dorn vs. Fellger clainjing damages for alienation of his wife's affections. In district court judgment has been given In the case of Bow Island Trading Co. vs. Strain, a suit for a note. | The action was dismrased. no costs, f A case was recently -heard at .Ma- \ grath in which J. B. Benick .was charged with unlawfully, wounding B. P. Kend.'ick. Accused was found guilty and sentenced.to three months and ten  days from November 12th.'. | In district court Tuesday afternoon, 1 Jos. W. Balstead was charged with stealing a riding outfit, conslating of, chapps, saddle, blanket, etj:,, 'from j.j Jopling ot Champion. He elected to, be tried summarily. " ' ' An Emulsion ; Easy to Take Cod liver oil 1.-! one ot tlie greatest vltallzers known and'Is recognised by physicians as a  splendid remedy in cases otdc-blUty.. throat and lung troublcK. etc.. but it has been hard to get m a palatable form. Our Emulsion �f Cdd Liver Oil tastes good because it is fresh.. The oil ft produced in Norway and is filtered iit zero "temperature. The intense cold prevents the greatest yield from the-obd livers, but the oil that Is obtained is absolutely pure and free from the objectionable. (Ishy taste characteristic of cheap oils. Good for You-Good (or the Children. Price $1.00 THE RED CROSS DRUG & BOOK CO., LIMITED PHONE 555 ii O .> .{._ .J ,j .;. ,^ 4. 4, 4. DATED IS CHANGED ? Owing to having missed their ? connections- ih California, the, > - ChernSivskys will not bo able > to reach here tor Thursday, > au# the date of their concert In > Knox church has been chang- ? ed to Friday, .March 1st. .^ .J .> .;. � .j, .;. ... .{. ,j CITY AND DISTRICT Water Contaminated The latest test of oity water show*-] every evidence of contiaininatlon. Leflislature Opens Tomorrow The Alberta legislature reopens tomorrow. Premier Stewart is on his way hwme. -- .� Board of Trade Meeting A meeting of the Board ot Trade will be held-tomorrow afternoon at 4 o'clock. . - Moose Meeting \ The Royal Order ot Moose will hold their regular meeting Tuesday night' at 8'P.m., at Mcoso Hall. Al LFORUEUl Sfontreal, Feb. 25.-the .Carnegie corporation has presented McOIlK IJn-Iversity with ?1,000,000 in, re'coignltlon of the institution's, devoted' service and sacrifice "toward Canada'sS part" In the w^r." . Mrs. FranK Oliver of" Edmonton, Alberta, has offered $10,000 'or more to establish an annual scholarship of a value of'|500 iu\ memory of.the lale Lieutenant Alan Oliver, It.'C., killed at the Somme. - ' - 3^ Hear him on ^bieTEdl^oUi,Complete range of Reoorda'iiilways In stock. Come in an'd hear hlmy Assiniboia Music Co.^ Ltid. ^Everything Muelcal '3I6 6th St. S. Phone H46. VANILLA utMON pineapple almond STRAVVBER^Y orange RASPBERRY BANANA nAlAFIA*! PISTACHIO etc., ETC.. etc' 25c, 50c and $1 bottles special QUOTATIONS in BMLK J. HigiflVotham & Co ' " Limited "Al'jerta't Pioneer Oruggltte" Wholesale and Retail Chemlete. TELEPHONE No. 322 Joins the 78th Del. McQueen, of Vulcan, formerly ot I.elhbrldgc. and at one time a member of the Herald staff, has enlisted svith the 7&(li Battery. Lethbridge Kentish Association . the above association will hold their regular monthly meeting tn St. ally's Iwll lomorrow tTuosday) evenlng^iit 8 o'clock. , - Inquest Today ( The Inquest into tho sudden de/kth ot the Tabor girl, Ethel Tharp, on Friday "evening was opened by Coroner HumpUriea this afEprnoon at three o'clock. Pte^ Bishop Returns Pte.' J. B. Bishop, of Cardston. who enlisted with the 13th Battalion, returned to town yesterday after-two years on the firing line. He leaves today to join his family in Cardston. Small Docket n. Fleming appeared in city police court thia morning on a drunk charge He was assessed five and costs. Police court has been �;ather deserted of late, there having been only seven cases since February 12th.  Sffn of Well Known Albertan C Mrs. J. C. Herdmaif,' of Calgary, li.-is received word 'of the death of her eldes-t son, Pte.. Fred Herdmkn, who, was wounded ami died on his way to the -dressing station. The deceased was:'b6rn In Calgary, being the^ son of the late Rev. J. C. Hsrdman, who came ,t'o Oalgary in 1885, and from tliat time' until 1903 was pastor ot .Knox J>reisby-terlaii'church, and later .Stipt. of Missions In Southern Alberta. This' is I ihe second son of .Mrs. Herdmun's to havd paid the supremo sacrifice aa the ['younger son, -Louden Herrtmau, was killed in action' 18 months ago. Coinbinatidn Doable Bbikr and Tea Kettle, liigh-grade ylwniiiain $3.50&$6.25 WE ARE SOLE AGENTS FOR LETHBRIDGE FOR THE CBLC^ BRATED'"IDEAL',' BRAND ALUMINUM WARE AkND HAVE A LAROE ASSORTMENT AT MODEST PRICES. WE /^RE ALSO SHOWING AN�EXCELLENT ASSORTMENT OF NICKLe" PLATED WARE ON COPPER. BOTH THESE LINES HAV.e AOyANCED RECENTLY.,OUR PRICES FOR S'TOCK.ON HAND REMAIN UNCHANGED. BgV NOW AND SAVE MONEY. --:-.-V .-^----'�-' Consttmers Hardware Co. HOWCfR. ENGINEER , RE,TURW TO WORK v Toronto, Fob. 25.-Tho employees of I the Colllngwood S(iln5'ard Company, ' eon in number, who have been on strike for tho past few days, roltiirned to work this morning. HAY FQ'^SALE CARLOADS OR LESS '' �., TIMOTHY, UPLAND. ALFAL/ FA, MIXED TIMOTHV ' AND ALFALFA AJMOi'STRAW, . ' CAREFUL ATTEN-Tlbri TO. ^ ALL OftOERS. PROMPT SHIPMENT P. ' WRITE OR WIRE US FOR ' � PRICES, .r I SaundersHay &  � Grai|i.>$;4;,""'-', 1221 2n.* Avep^v 'Soitb Teie^hon,e;73?pV Save Your Buy Ydttr:^pUesat 4 Robertson's Book Store Removal Sale Choice MEATS .Better meats througli our phone eervl^e. Try lit.. ' \ - � , � ' , ANNOUXC^^MISNTS - ' Tho Daughters aacifJlalUs ot E��^s laud are noldlftg � whlet drlv0y,a.nd daince in tlie S.O.B; liaU on Wednesday next, the 27 th of'February, Good prizes win be givenj,' JU'. Needs, will play for the darichJlT' Prt'ce of admls. slon SO cents eaoh.- - -  ' B4-'J R. COULTflY The Alberia Meat Market The Oldest Established Meat Mirket in the City. You'll Wantlo Gome Again! WEStBRObK BROS. Oppoilte Bank' of Montreal Some tlniQ ago tliie HerAlfl annoui)iournal: London, Feb. 19.--Tho following further details have just been made available of the'"'mngnlflcBnt courage l^and resource," Svhlch won the Victoria Cros-3. tor Pte. John Peter Robertson, aged thlrly-toUr,. an engineer of Pic-tou. Nova Scotia, in connection with operations,at Pes'.'chendaele.Novembcr 6. Details .come,trough authori).atlv"6 ojjanncls thjtf during bis battalion's attack Robertson's platoon wa� held up by uncut -wire 200 yards .from tlie final objective. Our guns w'ei^e still busy cutting a.AVay through the wire when ft German machine gun, opened, tire and inflicted very heavy Iqsses on the Canadlaqs. Robertson, Without waiting'for orders and entirely bn his own Urltlatlvo, rushed towards the gun, defying,the machine*gun's withering fire. M'Oreover,..6ur artillery barrage wtls-od intense that deiatli eeemed almost certain. Working hi.s way to the flank, he. eventually foutid an opening, in the wire, got through, and crawled uhtjl,the.end of the emplacement was .reached. Rising suddenly fo his feet ho charged down on tho lastonlshed Germans, and killed four ot the crew before they could./re-covcr from, their surprise. The remainder fleu 111 terror, but their flight-was- stfon 'Icut. short when Robertson seized'the abandoned gun, slewed it around, aud.pourcd a bait of bullets upon the backs of the' fast disappearing enefny. Several ot them fell victims to tUolrown weapon and others were cauglit b7 our iSheJls. When the remainder of the platoon arrived Robert, sun was fltl1k].flrlng tho captured gun. It wn.s eutirel^ due:tb^^ls heroic actU>u tliat the whole'llhe'.wBR enabjpd'to advance �tha. capture the final objective. Robertson wont forward with the first wave, taking a gun with h|m. Ho used it very effectively to  keep down the fire ot GernwMJnrtOhine guns and .snipers, while bl3 platoon consolidated the new poSltloia; Latter,In the day when two ulVour, sni})ers who-ventured In' front of our lines wore wounded Robertson VQluuteercd'tO"bring'them in.| He went, into: the open, although ex-^ posed to ft lieavy enemy t'jre, lifted one man on hla back wid/carried him safely to the trl^nohr^andvlrampdlately re- j\urned to tlie oeobiid man; .staggering back with .his unioonscloiis burden while thebullets whistled around lilin. But ^ ETCv ETC. :V '�..��' JteTwEiitliitliCegtiirif .lopliSlin!' "Everybedyfr Book Shop" 514 ^4th Aveniie '^Z: ;Phone 513' then have, uU h(5r^5Stter*� und ,cord lally InvlfCH tho ladlon-of'tho qlty ;nnd viclttity to call atid''�oo her dlsplrty al h� store, 704 lloyanSnuk Bujl4ln�-ri>i.�ne 1051, � ; _ FOR SAL)E CARFEEDXORN .IN 8TOCi............... W8.00. Whdorwood Rebuilt, No.  ,..       '  .......   .....W>W L;c/!lBirtH*JN*.;8> very little uMcl ,..............|76.0O Wooiitb'ekTyioWHtor, No, 8, bronij new,,.re�Ml�rprl5e $130.00. fM it Sf8.00 for a short,tlmo to Introdueo. See thl� machino before AFULL LINE OF OFFICE STATIONE,RY. ' EVERALL & FRANKS SInnott ajOQlii, eoK 4th Ave. and 8th St. p^^^^^ ,,q7 05339640 1480 ;