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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 26, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta SHEET MusDe ''^''rroi.r -'Teacher*' Supplies. Player Ro!l�.^ Mu*ieal, Goods. Pull line always in Stock. A88INIBOIA MUSIC CO.. LTO. \ Everything Musical. ' . Phone 1545, 315 6th St. S., Uethbridoej^ Alta HOTEL WmP'SOR ^-:---^-J-----rr � - EUHOFEANFLAN MEALS FROM>S.W A.M. tO �M PM> "Hot Off the Wire" Our meats always go direct from the farm to your table.' DELANYS MEAT CO. FIFTH ST. S. OPPOSITE DALLAS HOTEL PHONE 452 Godd Quality Evaporated t^ruits AS WCLL AS NUMEROUS OTHER ARTICLES ARE GOIWG TO �-itlGMlf '2 VERY 80^ fHE UNITED STATES,fioVERNMENT^HAS, TAKEN ALL THE "EST 812* PRUNE^ IN CALIFORN^^ lAAND THERE iS Nq^tELlIlNQ WHEN Th\v WILL TAKE SpM^-OTH^r^UNES.^a. CONSEQUENCE:PRIClfa HAVE GONE UP IN CALIFORNIA. GET SOME NOW At THE OLD PRICES. PRUNES. Size:80-9O, 10,|b. borfes.each PRUNES, size 80-9Q, 25 lb. boxes, each PRUNES, site eoYO, 10 lb. boVes.veach PRUNES, slie 60:70. as lb. boxe�. each PRUNES, size 40-E0,'^10 Ibi boxes, each PRUNES, size 40-50. 25 lb. bdxes, each HIGH-CLASS; GROCERS 11.60 $3.78 $1.75 $4.25 $1.95 $4.75 EVAPORATED PEACHES. 5 lb. boxes, fancy peeled. Someth'Ina very fine, pe'rp��k�Bt..;. $1.40-10 lb. boxeSj Fancy Gold .Bar PeachaaV.$2.2S .25 lb.sbox�8,>Fancy OoM Bar-Peaches ... $i.26- LOQANBEIRRlES, per package.............v 35s LOGANBERRIES, per dozen packages ..... $4.00 PHONE S25 We Feature 1?^^^*^^ Remedies and Toiiet Preparations Because after cart-tul Investigation we Iisve found Uiein lo W the luost pfflcleiit and also the best value for tfie money of any to l>e liart. Let us tell you man; about lliesc prepitratioti.- too, let �s jjlve you a copy of Tenslar Henlth Book, containtiii; iuformntion tliat yon abould hare, it is l-^ee, ask for it. THE KENNY & ALjLIN CO., Ltd Penslar Store NEXT �ALLAS HpTEL PHONE 1487 95 Reisons Why You Should See . "Womanhood" at the Empress Toliight * .V huiuan mlUfarlstlc machine slays his own .son to enforce disctpline and to eain time for a battle. A heroiub 3.70 354 engulfed as the Tassel founders. G&a attacks as conducted on the battlefield are reproducedMvith fidelity to actual conditions.-Advertisement. WON'T STOP BRYAN I ToroElo, Feb. "6.-tt is not likely Miat the Dominion Alliance will do Winnipeg Market Oats - .May....... July....... Barley- -May....... Flax - May ... July....... Cash Pripes Oats- I No. 2 C. W. l)6ti Extra No. 1 Peed No. i Fscd.. SO 'Barley-No. ......iT-i'i Kojected____141 Flax- � No. t N. W. C. ... .No. -1 C. W. S5UI4 �3% 3.-JI Vi :!57 of the. nation Is kidnapped In aji aero-> j^^jj^jj^g ^ pj.^^^^^ ,^pp^gj^,pg ,{ plane by foreign agents. 'A whole navy is destroyed in a sea of buming oil. The stoke room of a battleship is seen FAMILY PORTRAITURE 'Make it an annual duty to yourselves to hare your children's photo taken. You will be creating, abiding pleasures tor your later- years. Smith's Studio 206 Third Ave. S, Phone 1471 No. / G. w. .......V.X.; 9214 No. 2 Feed.. 86 No. 4 ......lii>*i Feed ... ..aS9 WllKam Jeasilags Bryanjat the Miissey Hil! prohibition conference where he , is billed to speak Thursday evening. | Rev. B. H. Speccc, secretary of the al-1 liance, saW today: "Mr. Bryan ia not! being brought here by anybody. Ha | is sent here as f ratenfil TepreseoSatiTe of th? ProMWtfonlsts of the United Slate.', appointea and accredited by them.". ALL IMPLEMENTS V/ORK AT THEIR BEST WITH A MOLINE-UNIVERSAL TRACTOR BECAUSE THE FARiWER SITS ON THE MACHINE OPERATED. .............354?i No. SC. \V. 332U Calgary Livestock Calgi-y, Feb. 26.-The market tori livestock in Calgary was quiet today. No hogs were rccelvej in the city j while there Was only tjne load of cattle in. which sold from'J10.50 to $10.75." Winnipeg Livestock. Winnipeg,' Feb. 2G.-Receipts this morning at the Uniou .stock yards tot-, ailed 100 cattle and 232 hogs. ' The cattle and hog markets' wor i steady at unchanged p.rices. Trie demand for hogs was strong. Quotations: Butcher steers, ?T.OQ to $11:50; heifers, Ife.SO to ?10.50; cows, ^$4.GQ *0k= $9.50T bulls. $0.00 to $8.50; oxen, |5.60 � -to SS.2a; calves, $e(.50 to, $12.00. � Hogs, selects, $19.00; heavies, $14.00 to $15.00; sows. .?12.00 to 113.00; lights ?H.OO to 515.00. ' JEWISH REGIMENT An Emulsion Easy to Take Cod liver oil is one 6f the igrfiateat vltallzer.s Wiown and is � recognized by physicians as a ,�lilendtd remedy In ca^cs of Ue-.Dllity, throat and lung troublci;, etc., but it has been hard to get ill a paliitablc form. Our'Emulsio^of Cod Liver Oil . tastes good because It is fresh.. The oil la produced In Norway and is filtered at zero temper-itMiie. The Intense cold prevents the, greatSst vield from the cod livers, but the oil that Is'obta/n-ed Is absohitely pure and fre.o from the objectionable, fishy taste characteristic of cheap oils. Good for You-Good for the Children. Price $1.00 THE RED CROSS DRUG & BOOK CO., UNITED phone 555 CITY AND DISTRICT ISoard of Trade Council Thk boanl of ttade council Is holding a iricbttng, this afternoon at 4 o'clock. ( j On Sick Leave Libut. C. B. Jragrnth, son of C. A. Magnuthi has returned to Canada on sick leave. , Want Him to Stay ' . Rev. If. S. Bf�I has been invited to remain another year las pastor of Buv-dett.Methodist church. ' Victory Loan Committee ,Th6 local Victory Loan committee wtll hold a meeting in the board of tra9o building on Wednesday evening. ; .,� , Fined For Being Drunk ["^Andrew Olson appetired before >Iag-iStrat;e Elton in ctty police court this m'ormng'and was Uuced $5 and costs for being drunk. Trades and Labor Council T^e hethbridge Trades and Labor Council meets in the Labor Hall tomorrow (Wednesday) evening at, 8 o'clock. Important bualnes.s. Cdinbiiiation Double tea Kettle, high-grade al $5.50 & $6. A. WE ARE SOLE-AGENTS PdR LETHBRIOGE PO^ THE CCLE-BRATEO "IDEAL" BRAND ALlJMtNUM WARE AND llAVif A LARGE ASBORtMENT AT MODEST PRICES. WE ARr'AiiSO SHOWllSQ AN EXCELLENT ASSORTMENT OF NICKkl fLAT-ED WARE ON COPPER. BOTH THESE LINES HAVE AbVANCBD RECENTLY. OUR PRICES FOR STOCK ON HAND REMAIN UN' CHANGED. BUY NOW AND 8A]/E MONEY. T CITY AND DISTRICT Former^Lpcal Man Wounded Llcut. H. t! W. Tottenham, mric Brigade,,-f6rmcrly in [{..V.W.Jl.P. in 21'Odiclue Hat and Letli bridge, was wounded early in January last. He and his brother, R. Tottenham,, also of the R.N.W.M. Police, left Medicine Hat last ani* foi'. their home in Ireland to volunteer for the front, Two of tholr younger biotJiers were killed In Jime, 1916, one In Fr-vnce and one In Moso- tho The Caledonian, Club of-r-Lethbridge IS HOLDING A AT THE AUDITORIUM DANCE HAU. At Raymond, Wednesday, February 27th Danct from 8 to 12. Miss Arnold's Orchestra New York. Feb. 26.-Two � hundred young Jews who have enliated hero f^f . serrico in a JevviBh battalion which,Is ' being recniitcd jtj Esglaad f6r serviae In Jerusalem were sworn in at the British- and Omadian mteslon today. The recruits will sail aooa from an At--lantlc. p^rt. They will be given a ' iarewfill diinner by Jewish s^ctle The Dixon Sheet Medial Co. >:VBEAR STAFFORD BLOCK - ' XETHBRIOOE, ALBERTA i/fM ' .......����  5 Superior Supply Co. 2nU Ave. 8. and 13th Streit : i MJNIN0,'BUIi;;OIJ4G & RAILW.W SUPPLISf^A; EQUIPMENT TUOHOPCIANpeRSON AND emerson FARM ^IMPLEMENTS aANQ>L0W6 SULKIER fORO TrXcTOR AT_TACM.' -BUaQIKB: Just the;thing tor-thaj; feeling ot - lassitude induced by tM: shal-p change in the fweather. Splendid forsthe. children and easy to give.^- ' $1.00 Sold ExcluiJvely by J. D. Higiflbotkan & Co -- Limijtecl . � j . "Alberta's Pioneer Druoalttt" Wholesale anCT'Retail Chemlltl^ TELEPHONE No. 322 ' A 7 V Is Promoted ' Friends In Uie city have- Tocelved worit tita't Gordon K. Watt, who enlbt-ed with the 39th Bittery as a private, is n6\v'a bbmtaTdier. \He was threp years with . Campbell, � Wilson and 'Home previous to eh'Ksting. His brother Tomiiiy, Is also witii the SOth Bat-ter>-r �  . dJjr minister Iji thla dlsirtot, will be interested in the foHowte* tribute �tironi, the London (Eng.), Lancet, to hSs son, Maijor W. L. Maclean,.Who ^-aa kllle� 31^ 6th St/ 8, ;.Phont* 154S HAY ' CARLOADS dR,^i.ES8,- J TIMOTHY, UPLAND;.~ALFAL-, FA, MIXED TIMOtHV.-flANO ALFALFA AND STRAW, , CAREFVIL ATTENTION ^ TO ALL ORDERS,^ . PROMPT SHIPMENT , WRITE OR WmB.'USFOR � PRICB9,'^--.J Saiin4er8;H43f;& 1221 2nd Avan>i9lS.EoutH. Teleilh9^�; rj?, _ Udd Borders For one cent a yard up. . WaU Papers in odd. lot's must be cleared out. Room Moulding^ renilar Scafootfor Scafodt. Plate Rail at reduced prices. * RobertSQS'S BookStore Goes to the Coast Ilhyild JaAileson, for the past couple or year music and dramatic critic ot i.ttljp'; Free; Press, has severed his con-I neption:..wlth tlie paper. Jlr. and Mrs. ] Jamlea'on leave for the west tonight 'and will take up residence in, Vancou-vor, �(nvenfclon. yhctei chosen I AVpVe'Seci-etaj-y Oliver, W. J, Nelsoni I'A, Rj McGuiKe.and D, A, Simpson, You'll Want to Come Again! , WESTBROOK BROS. ^Opposlto BagK of Man$r��l FOR SACE � i r CARFEgD.COWf/ in^Io'ck ' V 1-. O. HYDE & to; Ftoosie 1244 '"~~ LethbriJje Choice MEATS HAS, WRirTEN TWO VERY REMARKABLE BOOKS'. ONE'OF' ..THEM-' , . . - � ^ . iV.' -�� I- 'AND-THE OTHER- ' ^fhe of a Bisi^ Jn the midst of hlB Hucfesshe foU dlstreilacd with, the tutlUty ot Individual-lifp, he .was in a state ot helpless disBUSt./^tinafiUlty to form ahy'SBtilfaotory plan of Hfo, Then he "�ocountera(i..Gi^O^^^ that l8 his own words, he met and recognlEOd God,^ ' , According-to Mr. Wells, the ever incoming -reltgioni; baled exclu&tvojy one pertonal experlenccT of God, will'no naefor churcli^ (or the beginning of orjsanfMtlon is the beginning o( the-end otMnsplratlon, The v^owa^.Mqn'eaBed In these two bboki hare ol^eadj^^iBreated world wide cdniroversy^' � '. .' j � ' Thetwentieth Centur; Book Stisie, "EVERYBODY'S hOOK SHOP" 514.FOURTH" AVENUE ; Better meats throuoh phone leervlbe, Try It, our i( R.coui;rRY ,Th� AlbertayMfav Market TH^'Ol^fst EstfbUsKed Mf^t Market in thf City. PH0Ni('(ei3 '2S m Euerything;, For the Ofm^r L(h!lerVllino Staek, 4 draviere, fumed^oak L'et^af.PmnB St�ck, 4 dww�rt.;fumed oak..................'SIJ'SS t Flai TOP'Office Deik, fumeS oak, 34 by 64 In.chet S44.M ^ Royal' Typewriter, No. 5, nearly new ly... v..,SM.OO Undtrwood Rebuilt, No. 4............................SSJ'S L; C. Sfnlth,-Na: S.wery little und ... ...........^76M Wooditook Typewriter, No. 6, br�nd now. rogujar price $180.00. jVKUi  �  ' � ' "-^thl�^^achlnObef6^ �ell ftt tSB,00 for a ihort time to Introduct. See _^buylnu'elfjwhere,, .: .:'��,,"..,��:�', .'y--.' A FULL LINE OF OFFICE STATIONERY. ; �| j^jV,, l^verall & fIsANKS 8inn9tt