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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 25, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta PIANOt IOIJOM AISINI30IA MUSIC CO. LTD. "tveryth'ng MutlcaP Hi Sou'h Phone '.Mi LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD mm ju iiiiiM (i Phone 1448 Fifth Avtlrtt S REPRINTBOOKS In ibis line we licvo masy popular ;il-os Uy lies I't-ndi. On.1 Straiten Porter, Kane Crc-y, Jack Lomluu. Harold Iletl KV-iivJr Porter, II. M. Ili-JgewtMl Cul utn, I'.obeu 'Randall Fairish, J- Locke, Mary Kobcris _________ AtSSceach____________ THE KENNY ALLIN CO., Ltd. Store DOES IT PAY YOO TO PAY CASH FOR YOUR GROCERIES? An3 buy flitm here where you have no bad to help pcy for and no expensive deUvtry system to help keep up. This means and are doing butlneis'wlth a gaod dial Less overhead exoenje. When are delivered we make a small charge to cover tht actual cost. Does this sound reasonable. o. 1 ROMAN BEAUTY APPLES. Per case 2.95 POTATOES, excellent quality. Per UG- THE GOOD CXX LTD. HIGH CLASS GROCERS Fooi Board LIcefiM Ma. 8593 TWO STORES i YOU WILL NEED r UOOD HAY OATS (or your spring work. Get supply now. We have a limited quantity of the BEST TIMOTHY HAY AND EXTRA No. FEED OATS. Cation! lens au-1 1'ricos on SAUNDERS HAY AND GRAIN CO. 122'i Second Avenue S. Phone 732 Lethb h bridge MARKETS Grain and Livestock Stocks, Bonds Grain Options IN ANY MARKET HIGHEST CASK PRICES PAID FOR VICTORY LOAN BONDS D. E. HARRIS BILLS! WINNIPEG, Feb. closed higher and unchanged for July llarley closed >lc higher for May oml unchanged for July, Flax closed 37sc lower for May and lower for July. Winnipeg Markets Open May............ July............ GS-% May............ SSTi July............ S3 May............ SS7 July............ 324 Cash Prites N'o. I C.W...72's Extra 1 Feed..................65H N'o. 1 Xo. 2 Feed..5SH No. 3 Close S9 313 OTTAWA. Feb. Taree 7.-efe introduced' in_tlie Jiouse and 'read u iinieT Thtimpsn. of -Milk Hirer, charged v.-lih 'cbtainiuE fMselv 'credit .'or ic'ihe eilent or Rejected i XO. 1 X.W.C. Xo. 2 C.W...317H Xo. 4 C.W...S1 Feed ......j.33- i hail II. Slacey iWMi-niaster a blii to change tbe name o! his cou-1 to that of to prevent confusing with an- adjDinine constituency. Hon. Arthur .Meish'en had two One will carry inij effect in ISc railway tell, UrUish a principle already In effect In regard io other Dominion lands, enabling ihe i-roT.-n to convey io a deceased en- treat. The otberv so amends the Yu- t Act as to reduce the Yukon coun- pleotied not Ltri .3. 'Drown and Harry Huijon. i-hargeO .forcfcabje- _eatry of the Orpheum Theatre, jileaded not guilty. They will be bf jury at the con- j clusicn of the Paulenko case. 1 BIG BANK MERGER cij ii ;m Kom-jcra M three. The_oWecl Fob. The American Hank. Glen. Curric and Company, the 15anWns Comnany. of Bel- fast, the X'nltei Bank o! Scotland anil Bank are combfn- iot'. It is 'announced, tn furnish can- fcr a new banking institution to called <6e Britisli reducica tlie con of ai aae. DIG REFINING PLANT FOR REG I TV A .FOUR DEAD Fca. drjn are dead anil i; lajured ot TORONTO. Feb. ereclion Op-jijk, 11) ffiiics o! here, of a vcflalng plant at a cost of 51.000.- as a result cf the explosion ot a Ger- oci1 ot -tlesim is annour.scd br an or Xo. Livestock Feb. cattle market was even smaller today than yesterday, only two loads havlog cOiDe in. The cold weather- doubtless has tendered shippers averse to moving stock for a day or until the cold raode rates. Prices at noon were similar-to yes- terday when grain fed steers _raade 515.00 and good butcher steers Sold at S12.55; heavy rows 511.00 and heif- ers. 511.50, with butcher, quality in both rangiis from 37.50. to .J9.50. Stockers aro EalJ to be a little oS to- day :tliere are almost none on sale. Xo boss arc on the market, but quotations are th-n same as last week, J1C.S5 to {17.15 Penslar Palatable Cod Liver Extract taking this a time your hetUK lie' benefit ted to au extent tfeal wilt surprise you. Don't think that It Js difficult to take- Fenslar Palatable Co'l Liver Extract. For the nauseat- ing tasle so common in Coil Uver Oil has been eliminated in ibis preparation. v Get a large dollar bottle and start building up your system. RED CROSS DRUG BOOK CO., LTD Sherlock Sldg. Lethbridg- 1Z32 AXI) DJSTKICT Mo Board of Trade Luncheon There be no Uuaril ot Trade luuctieoa on Thursday, owing to the luneheon liaviiiE been held Monday. Third Exemplifi-d The Tliiril Degree will tonight at Viaduct Loilje Ko. 53 P. in the Odrllcllows lull at S o'clock. Visitors 'heartily welcome. GAS and COAL HEATERS At Reduced Prices Hardware Supply Co. BUSINESS PHONES: 1212 OFFICE 1920 Thanks The Artiats The members of the G. Y. A. do- sire to thank the artists who tobk part in ihe Sunday evening concert, also Ihe public lor iis generous supiwrt. On Way Home Cadet JRS. Baleuian, Lethbridce; Sapper Karion. Colcman; Pie. D. Mu- Intosh. Lellibridgc; Pic. 0, W. Miller, Clare-sholm, arc on the way uomp from overseas. To De Spertotendent G. R. Tinning, formerly manERer of the Union Hank. Letlibridgp. lias been transferred from Kugiua, where he lias bcsu inspector for Saskatchewan, lo p.s superintoudent of branches. men grenade, with which-they "were If There Were Bett-r MEATS We Would Hare Them R, C OULTRY Phone 492 The Alberta Meat Warktl Canada Food Boird License Jfumber Sr2SW3. ficial of the Continental Oil compaay. The- first Elep win be to install equip- ment for the distillation ut crude oil. runhar. lo the refinery will b2 made as circumstances warrant. fiude oil will brougbt to JlPgJnz tiow fields. j URGES THEM TO ACCEPT Feb. Brayce, labor member of parlia- mant and of the WeUh Miners' Federation, writing in the Western Mall of Car- diff, stronqly urges the miners to accept the government's of r. royal commTsston of inquiry and cays to reject (I would be an irre- trievable blunder, RETURN TO WORK COPEXIIAGF.X. Feb. 25.r-The returned to work yesterday and Ihe cars "were runnfig, accordiiiff' to Oispatcber- re- ctivfil Uere .Mur-ic'i gcneraKy -jiiivv, -u1- tt ate of siege crn- tinuoi In ilic-iiulir ftrior- teen .Viiiifhjim, where the mil itia Is maintaining order. P. -fe O. GahB plows, plow wheels, packer rings, nuts and bolts) plowshares, balance scales and other things. AH new, never LETHBR1OCE HIDE, PELT FUR.CO, LTD.' Rear C.P.R. Telegraph Olllcei Cor.