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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - February 25, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta I THE WORLD'S GREATEST PIANOS Stelnwuy Xordhehncr. New Sr:tie William.-*. Haines Bros. Conic hi and sen tln-so wonder-ful instruments. Kvervlhius Musical ASSINIBOIA MUSIC CO.. LTD. Phone 1545. 315 6th St. S., Lcthbric'ge. Alta DAILY HERALD HOTEL WINDSOR - , . , - -^H- ..... -- - " "-----� EUROPEAN PLAN MEALS FROM 6.00 A.M. TO 8.00 P.M. \ Quality Evaporated Fruits AS WELL AS NUMEROUS OTHER ARTICLES ARE GOING TO BE HIGHER IN PRICE VERY SOON. THE UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT HAS TAKEN ALL THS BEST SIZE PRUNES IN CALIFORNIA AND THERE IS NO TELLING WHEN THEY WILL TAKE SOME OTHER LINES AS WELL. AS A CONSEQUENCE PRICES HAVE GONE UP IN CAL'I-ORNIA. GET SOME NOW AT THE OLD PRICES. PRUNES. Gi?.e 80-30. 10 lb. boxes, each .....$1.60 PRUNES, si-o �C?G. 25 lb! boxes, each .....$3.73 PRUNES, s'tza 60-70. 10 lb. boxes, cach .....$1.75 PRUNES. r,\zz 6070. 23 lb. boxes, each .....$4.25 PRUNES, size 40 �0. 10 lb. boxes, each .....$1.65 PRUNES, size -10-50. 25 Jb. boxes, each $475 EVAPORATED PEACHES. 5 lb. boxes, fancy peeled. Something very fine, per package. , . . '$1.40 1C lb. boxes. Fa>icy Gold Bar Peaches'... $2.25 25 lb. boxes, Fancy Gold Bar Peaches . . . $5.25 LOGANBERRIES, per package ............. 35c LOGANBERRIES, per dozen packages.....$#.00 4 4 All women agree that our meats are best. Our sausage is exceptionally fine. DELANYS MEAT CO. HIGH CLA$S GROCERS THE GOOD CO. PHONE 5 25 Combination Double Boiler and Tea Kettle, high-grade aluminum �m J JFTH ST, S. OPFOSITE DALLAS HOTEL PHONE 452 $3.50 & $6.25 if We Feature Remedies and Toilet Preparations liecause after careful investigation wo have found rhoni m he the most efficient nnd also the host value for the money o'" any io bo had. Let us U'U you more about these preparations and too. us fiive you a copy of Fenslar Health Hook, containing information that you should have. Jt is Free, ask for it. THE KENNY & ALLIN CO., Ltd. Winnipeg MarKet \t'\v t'onU-u1;: s * 4 4 * - h 1 i i i NEXT DALLAS HOTEL Penslar Store PHONE 1487 .......�> - ' Cash Prices -'�Ml- I provincial registrar if ihey are to he � away than three days. The wi- I buuai is si ill considering rases, though they Mr only occasionally. This morning the application of j Young Al Ross, ihe local boxer, w:is | heard hut the derision of ihe irihmial i was nor given out publicly. This i.^ * Ros.-" first appearance before ihe I board. At the time of his first med- Oar>- No. 2 C. \V. 'Jo-Extra No. 1 Feed No. I I-Ved. . S7* Harlev- No. :: ..... Rejected. . . Flax-- n5k i n. \v. c. . No. �i:t No. 2 Feed No. 4 Fee;] * * * t i i So. .......;ioou C. W. 32$ �2 I Members Must Stay on Job AL Ross Declared Fit i "It looks as if some, a' ieasr. of The ical examination he was placed in medical category *'1v' owing to enlarged tonsils and slight ear trouble. Since that time ho lias voluntarily had his tonsils removed, and reboarded by ih^T medical hoard, being placed in j ('las* "A". His ca.-e therefore came! An Emuision Easy to Take Cod liver oi: is one of the greatest vitamers known and is recognized by physicians as a* splendid remedy in cases, of debility, throat and Inns troubles. etc.. but it has lu-en hunt to get in* a palatable form. Our Emulsion-of Cod Liver Oil tastes good because it is frosh. Tho oil is produced in Norway and is filtered at zero temperature. The intense cold prevents the greatest yield from the w>d livers, but the oil that is obtained is absolutely pure and free from (he objectionable, fishy-taste characteristic of cheap oils. Good for You-Good for the Children. $1.09 THE RED CROSS DRUG & BOOK C0.? LIMITED PHONE 555 7* i * DATED IS CHANGED Owing to Having miwsod ihoir ronnectioii^ in California, the rhern^fcvskys will not bo ablo to v*>arh here Vor Thuvsihiy, ;mi# tlie date of their ctmcort in Knox rliurrh h;�:s Wot*n changed to Friday, March 1st. WE ARE SOLE AGENTS FOR LETHBRIDGE FOR THE CEtE* BRAT ED * "IDEAL" BRAND ALUMINUM WARE AND HAVE A LARGE ASSORTMENT AT MODEST PRICES. WE ARE ALSO SHOWING AN* EXCELLENT ASSORTMENT OF NICKLE PLATED WARE ON COPPER. BOTH THESE LINES HAVE ADVANCED RECENTLY. OUR PRICES FOR STOCK ON HAND REMAIN UN-CHANGED. BUY NOW AND SAVE. MONEY. * > > �> * .* V V V V %* V CITY AND DISTRICT Consumers Hardware Co. Water Contaminated The latc-st. te-at of oity water show^ every evidence of contamination. HOW C. P. R. ENGINEER Legislature Opens Tomorrow The Alberta legislature reopens to- j morrow. Premier Stewart is on his way home.  [ Board of Trade Meeting : A meeting of the : will be, held tomorr * o'clock. Some time ago the Herald amioune-| e.d that a posthumous Victoria Cross i had been conferred in the case of Pte. 'iP^wn1'?** TndP ' John Peter Robertson, who for several row \f\ -i >oii \T4l-VMr8 brfl>ro ^"sttiiK lived in Loth-.iow ."tt.njou .u 4 , brW bei ft C]yR engineer on exemption tribunals have had a job handed to iUi�m. "Members of li the Supreme O.mrt fivil sitcing.s con-cluded rfiunrday. His Lordship .lustier. 8 p.m., a�t .Mcose Hall. Joins the 78th Del. McQueen, of Vulcan, formerly of Letthbridge. and at. one time a member of the Herald staff, has enlisted I wi-th the 784h Battery. Tvhen the offensive starts in the wer.t. the Central News correspondent a*. Amsterdam reports. Both (he military critics and the. war correspondents are joining in this verbal battery worl:. I before the exemption tribunal for Th�j ' first rime this moraine. Uo>s rlaihi-, Walsh reserving judgment in the case ! of Van'Dovn vs. Fellper claiming dam- I ages for alienation or" his wife's affections. In district court judgment has been given in the case of Bow Island Trad- local tribunal ffave received uottfica- ! ed ^xempiion ou ihe ground that his tion that they may not leave the prov- i ^iher, a sergeant in the 7.vin? hU mother and eight daughters j ,,t(- Strain, a suit tor u note. in Canada. Four of the daughters are i Tiie action was dismissed, no costs. Pure Lethbridge Kentish Association The above association will hold their egular monthly mceiing in St. Aery's 'ill! tomorrow (Tuesday) evening^uL o'clock. WEEKS FEATURES AT STARLAND MONDAY AND TUESDAY DOUGLAS FAIRBANKS IN "The Man From Painted Post" WEDNESDAY & THURSDAY Jack Pickford in "The Ghost House" A case was recently heard at Ma-rath in which J. B. Benick was married, while four others are at home. , ir is understood that the exemption hoard did dioi t'avorablv^eoiisider hjs: charged with unlawfully wounding B. claim.' though no public statement | F- Keud/ick. Accused was found guil-would be made. The exemption tn-ir-v sentenced to three months and , bunal was inclined to take umbrage'1T1 'lays from November 12th. 'over a hint in a letter appearing in' In district court Tuesday afternoon. Saturday's Herald that Ros# wa? I ^os. W. Balstead was charged with {thought br some to have enough � sealing � riding outfit, consisting of '"pull" io obtain exemption. The ; Wiapps. saddle, blanket, etc., 'from j. board points out that his case had j -Jupliug of Champion. He elected to never come before them, he having'1"' tri*-J(1 summarily never been physically fit previous to; this time. The casl is being decided polely on Its merits. Ross is ihe owner of a quarter section homestead at Purple Springs. : r xtracts i FRIDAY AND SATURDAY Mrs. Vernon Castle in "The Mark of Cain" The medical board is understood to j have learned that an effort will be j made to secure more men out o^ Clasp l ( 1 by combing over Those turned down j ' on account o^ fiat-feet, the regulations! in this regard having been made considerably easier recently. These Montreal, Feb. 25, The Carnegie ! VANILLA LEMON , FfNEAPPLE ALMOND STRAWBERRY ORANGE RASPBERRY BANANA RATAFIA*' PISTACHSO ETC., London, Feb. 25.-There in ev*ry indication that the German war office * has given word to tbe newspapers this division. Following is a detailed I begin a campaign to prepare the pub-Moose Meeting : account of the bravery of the late Pte. \ Jic for tne fresh sacrifices the Car- The Royal Order of Mo,o will hold; f people will he forced to make tht-ir regular meeting Tuesdav nii?Litj J l^?tn\ m Letn�TSe- V1'1",1^ p 11 jot Windermere, the special Old Coun- ; try correspondent of the Calgary Her-i aid and KdmontnfK^ournal: ! London, Feb. 1j).-The following further details have just been made available of thc""mngnifiefinf courage, and resource,'' which won the Victoria Cros-s for Vte. John Peter Robertson, aged thirty-four, an engineer of Pie-ton, Xova Scotia, in connexion with operations at Pf sschendaele November j (j. Details come through authoritative j channels fhftt during his battalion's ' ] attack Robertson's platoon \va� held Inquest Today 0xn) hy uncut wire -ou yards .from the The inquest into the sudden death'"1111* objective. Our guns were still of the Taber girl, Ethel Tharp. on Fri- l>usy cutting a way through the wiro | | when a German machine gun opened five and inflicted very heavy losses on the Canadians. Robertson, without waiting for orders and entirely on his Pte Bishop Returns ' own i-nItiativ�. rushed towards the Pte." J. 13. Bishop of Cardston. who ! ST> derf>'InS the machine.gun's with-j enlisted with the 13th Battalion, re-! ?nn& flre' M-orepver. our artillery I turned to town vesterdav after-two i barra^f y*s' G0 ^nsc hat death ! years on tho firing line. He leaves to- ^emed almost certain. Working his day to join his familv in iUiv^ton. l wa>' ,0 tho nank� he eventually found FAMILY day evening was opened by Coronci ! Humpliries this afternoon at three o'clock. PORTRAITURE Make it an annual duty to yourselves to have your children's photo taken. You will be creating, abiding pleasures for your later years. Smith's Studio 906 Third Ave. S. ,. Phone 1471 � i Small Docket R. Fleming appeared in city police ! court this morning on a drunk charge | He was assessed five and costs. Police j court has been rather deserted of late, there having been only seven cases since February 12th. (men will be'wboarteifbe&re I S'ert McGill Un-1 I ical review boarfl just formed. ^ersuj �uh M.non.000 m recogrmtion ; 25c, 5Gc and $1 bottles UNDERWOOD TYPEWRITERS AND SERVICE THOS. F. RYAN LOCAL REPRESENTATIVE, ALEXANDRA HOTEL, OR P.O. 1 of the institution's devoted service j j and sacrifice "toward Canada's-- part j in the war." 1 Mrs. Franlf Oliver of Edmonton, \ Alberta, has offered $10,000 or more to establish an annual scholarship of | a value of $500 im memory of the late I Lieutenant Alan Oliver, M.C.. killed' ' at the Somme. ' SPECIAL QUOTATIONS BULK IN J. D- Higi bothara & Co Limited The m - i Storm Sffn of Well Known Albertan Mrs. .1. C. Herd ma im of Calgary, has received word of the death of her eldest son, Pte. Fred Herdmkn. who. was wounded and diod on his way to j the dressing station. The deceased was born in Calgary, being the son of 0 the late Rev. J. C. Herd man, who came .to Calgary in 188a, and from that time until laV'li was psst.or of Knox j^esby- te-rian church, and later Supt. of Missions in Southern Alberta. This is the second son of Mrs. JJenlmnn's t.o i have paid the supremo sacrifice as the | younger son, l^ourten Herdmau, was ; killed in action 18 months ago. TYPEWRITERS REBUILT OR EXCHANGED. BOX 408 ALL MAKES. Tin and Sheet Metal Work tfL of all kinds is done at. our shop. We have every facility for turning out the very best work and we use only th3 very best of material in all our work. Having a job done by.ua in an assurance that the work done will last a long time without having to put your hand down in your pocke: for money to pay for repairs. U" you -want perfect tin and sheet metal work call on us. i Harry Lauder Hear him on hie Edison. Complete range of Records' always in stock. Come in atfd hear him. Assiniboia Music Co., Ltd. Everything Musical 315 6th St. S. Phone 1545 "Atterfca'* Pioneer Drugglftte* Wholesale and Retail Chemist*. TELEPHONE No. 222 ; RE.TURN TO WORK x Toronto. Feb. 2f>.-Tho employees of � the Collingwood Shipyard Company, '�if! in number, who have been on strike for the past few days, rofurned 1 io work this morning. ! 0 cer^s each.' You'll Want to Come Again! WESTBROOK BROS. Opposite Bank of Montreal - Miss .1. Tilnev will not lioW It -r, | millinery opening .until February 26th ! " and following day^.vpwing'to the Oa"/;n \ huts nehiK delayed in trdnult.. she will i jthen have Ml her patterns and cord- \ Jally jjjvit's the ladies of the city -uul ! viciuity id rail at-d sec her display at hes" slor". "Io! Uoval Hunk Building. ' FOR SALE CAR FEED CORN IN STOCK F. O. HYDE & CO. Phone 1244 Lethbridge A 1 4 Everything For the Office- Letter Filing Stack, 4 ^rawers, fumed oak ..................,, $22.50 Letter Filing Stack, 4 drawers, fumed oak ................... $13.50 Flat Top Office Desk, fumed oak, 34 by 54 �n.che�............$44.50 Royal Typewriter, No. 5, nearly new ....................... $65.00 Underwood Rebuilt, No. 4....................................$55.00 L. C. Sftiith, No. 5, very little uaed............................$75.00 Woodstock Typewriter, No. 5, brand new, regular price $130.00. Wili salt at $95.00 for a short time to introduce. See thi� machine before buying elsewhere. A FULL LINE OF OFFICE STATIONERY. EVERALL & FRANKS Sinnott Block, cor. 4th Ave. and 5th St. Phone 1107' ;