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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - February 26, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta SHEET MUSI? P�PU1^ Standard fifes* � ic Folios. Studies. Teachers' Supplies, Player Roiis. Musical Goods. Full fine always in Slock. ASSfNIBOIA MUSIC CO.. LTD. Everything Musical Phone 1545, 315 6th St. S.. Lethbridge. Attn DAILY H RALD HOTEL WIN SOR EUROPEAN PLAN MEALS FROM 6.00 A.M. TO S.00 P.M. � � uaiity Evaporated Fruits AS WELL AS NUMEROUS OTHER ARTICLES ARE GOING TO BE HIGHER IN PRICE VERY SOON. THE UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT V)AS TAKEN ALL THE BEST SIZE PRUNES IN CALIFORN IA AND THERE IS NO TELLING WHEN THEY WILL TAKE SOME OTHER LINES AS WELL. ASA CONSEQUENCE PRICES HAVE GONE UP IN CALIFORNIA. GET SOME NOW AT THE OLD PRICES. 66 Hot Off the Wire" Our meats always go direct from the farm to your table. DELANYS MEAT CO. c(FTH ST. S. OPPOSITE DALLAS HOTEL PHONE 452 PRUNES. Size S0-90, 10 lb. PRUNES, si.'.e �090. 25 lb. PRUNES, sire 60-70, 10 lb. PRUNES, sfze 60-70. 25 lb. PRUNES, size -lO-EO. JO lb. PRUNES, size 40-50. 25 lb. boxes, boxes, boxes, boxes, bo*rs, boxes, ench each ench each each ench $'.60 $3.75 $1.75 $4.25 $1.95 $4.75 EVAPORATED PEACHES. 5 lb, boxes, fancy peeled. Something very fine, per package____$1.40 10 lb. boxes. Fancy Gold Bar Peache.V____$2.25 25 lb. boxes. Fancy Gold Bar Peaches ... $5.25 LOGANBERRIES, per package ............. 35c LOGANBERRIES, per dozen packages.....$4.00 HIGH-CLASS GROCERS THE GOOD CO. PHONE 5 25 We Feature Remedies and Toilet Preparations r r.pi'aust- after i artful invcsiieaiion \v*� lv.;ve found \\v '-x efficient and also the h*�5t value fur ift*? money of ar> Let us u�U yon mor>i a^out these prelum?\\\~ ffiv* you a copy of IVnslar Health Hook, eoruaiirn.- -you should have. It is Free, ask for ;t. _ r r" J I 4 > rhe. most hail. inn lhat THE KENNY & ALLIN CO NEXT DALLAS HOTEL Pens lav Sto Ltd. PHONE 1487 Oats Winnipeg Market Mil-."lay . . , � p � � * * , July . . . �  *  � � I * A 1 iV \ May . . . v I IV '    * * .. I7fi>-.. r Li \ .M.iy . ..  *"  � *   --T � July . . , � a  * \-; his own son to enforce discipline and } t*> pain time for a battle. A htroiutv of the nation is Uitiuapped Ui an acm-plane by foreign agent?. A whole navy | Is destroyed in a �ea of buminK oil.! The stoke room of a battleship is seen i Oats- No. ~ t\ Cash Prices W. No. sel founders. Oa-* Extra No. I Feed aitacks a? conducted on the battlefield * 4 are reproduced'with fidelity to actual conditions.-Advertisement. WON'T STOP BRYAN Toroji!j, Feb. -:>.-It is not likvly That the Dominion Alliance- will do anything to prevent tue appearance of Wiifiam J sailings Bryan at th* Ma^sey Hall prohibition conference where he is billed to speak Thursday eveziinir. No. i Fsod. . b� . ^Barley- 1 No. ......I741 | Hejected____HI Flax- No. 1 N. \v. r. . I No. i' o. \v. r.r.oi �*:;l, No. "J Feed.. S�i * . . 159 No. 1 Feed A 4 1  �l 4 ^>0- 44 No. c. \v. Calgary Livestock i l\U&Mry. Feb. The market fur' livev. B. H. Spence, secretary of the uKj iu- vvil-^1 ^t-'-t fro-n ? 10.50 to .-$10.75. Viance. said today; ".Mr; Hryazi is no: t Winnipeg Livestock FAMILY PORTRAITURE Make it. an annual duty to yourselves to have your children's photo taken. You xvili be creating abiding pleasures for your later- years. Smith's Studio D06 Third Ave. S. Phone 1471 jhting brought here by unybedy. lie j I U *r*iit here as fraternai repi'eseiK-atire i of the Prohibittonis:? of the I'nited | Slate:-, appointee! and accredited by ' uiein." Winnipeg, Feb. -0.-Receipis this morning at the L'nion stock yards tot-nlied 100 cattle and 232 hogs, v The canle and hog markets w0 to IS.5o; oxen. $5.00 To .>S._5; calves, JiLfjU to $12.00. Hogs, .selects, $19.00; heavies, $14.00 to .?15.no: sows. $12.00 to JIS.OU; lightn -514.00 to ?ir..oo. f JEWISH REGIMENT Nev Vjrk. Feb. 2t>.-Two huudred youns Jew*? v:ho have enlisted here t\r servi'e in a Jewish bsrtalion which .is The Caledonian Club 13 HOLDING A Of-_ Lethbridge AT THE AUDITORIUM DANCE HALL At Raymond, Wednesday, February 2 7th Dancfe from 8 to 12. Miss Arnold's Orchestra being recruited in Kng!s!!c! for servt'.-e }:> jTtisalPin wern sworn in at th� W r*ri:i*h- and Oi.nadian mission tcday. The recruir^; will nail scon from an Atlantic pare. Tiiey will be givan i\ .';irev�-en dinner by Jewish societies tomorrow*. i The Ancient Order of Foresters ARE HOLDING A TYPEWRITERS AND SERVICE In the K. of P. Hail Friday, Mar. 1 st Miss Arnold's Orchestra in Attendance. Phone 1792 for Invitations. THOS. RYAN LOCAL REPRESENTATIVE. ALEXANDRA HOTEL, OR P.O. BOX 408 TYPEWRITERS REBUILT OR EXCHANGED. ALL MAKES. Tin land Sheet Metal Work of ail kinds U done at our shop. We have every facility for uirn-ins onx. the very best, work and we use only the very best of material in all our work. Having % job done by uh is an assurance that the 'work done will last a long time without having to put your hand down in your pocket far inonev to nay for repairs. It" you want perfect iin and shoer in.-ual work call on us. Lauder 'i Hear him on the Eidisou. Complete raiiRe of llecords always in stock. Come in and hear him. + Assiniboia Music Co.? Ltd. Everything Musical 315 6th St. S. , Phone 1543 The Dixon Sheet Metal Co. REAR STAfrirORD BLOCK LETHBRIDGE. ALBERTA Superior Supply M A V FOR SALE r CARLOADS OR LESS TIMOTHY, UPLAND, ALFALFA, MIXED TIMOTHY AND ALFALFA AND 8TRAW. 2nd Ave. S. and 13th Street. MfNiNG, BUILDING � RAILWAY SUPPLIES & EQUIPMENT XUDHOPE ANDERSON AND EMERSON FAflM IMPLEMENTS CANG PLOWS SULKIES FORD TRACTOR ATTACH. BUGGIES MENTS ' ' DEMOCRATS - AUTO TRAIL2.RS CULTIVATORS BINDER ENSIIiEC PHONE 1725-TAKE A BLUE LINE CAR CAREFUL ATTENTION ALL ORDERS. PROMPT SHIPMENT WRITE OR WIRE US FOR PRICES. Saunders Hay & Grain Co. 1221 2nd Avenue South Telephone 732 TO I An Emulsion Easy to Take Cod liver oil one in* the grc-aU'st vitalizors known and is recognised hy physicians as a splendid remedy in cases of debility, throat and Iuuk trouble*;, etc., but it h�s h^en hard to get in n palatable form. Our Emulsion of Cod Liver Oil the Children. Price $1.00 THE RED CROSS DRUG & BOOK CO., LIMITED PHONE 555 Contains the active principles of fresh Cod Livers combined with Peptonate of Iron and pure native wine. ^ Just the thing for that feeling of lassitude induced by tht shat-p change in the -weather. Splendid for the, children and easy to give. S1.00 Sold Exclusively by Higinbotha Limited Tte $m2&-**>� "Alberta's Pioneer DrtiQgtsU" Whotesaie ancT Retail Chemlstfc TELEPHONE No. 322 Borders For one cent a yard up. Wall Papers in odd lots must be cleared out Room Moulding, regular 5c a foot for 3c a foot. Plate Rail at reduced prices. % RobertSOQ'S Book Store You'll Want to Come Again! WESTBROOK BROS. Opposite Eank of Montreal FOR SALE CAR FEED CORN IN STOCK K o. HYDE & CO. PlV*e 1244 CITY AND DISTRICT Board of Trade Council The board of tiade council is holding meerlus this afternoon :U 4 o'clock. I , On Sick Leave ! J-ieut. C. U. Magrath, son of C. ; Magraih, lms returned to Canada j sick leave. Combination Double Boiler and Tea Kettle, high-grade aluminum $5.50 WE ARE SOLE AGENTS FOR LETHBRIDGE FOR THE CELEBRATED "IDEAL" BRAND ALUMINUM WARE AND HAVE A LARGE ASSORTMENT AT MODEST PRICES. WE AR? ALSO SHOWING AN EXCELLENT ASSORTMENT OF NICKLE PLAT-ED WARE ON COPPER. BOTH THESE LINES HAVE ADVANCED RECENTLY. OUR PRICES FOR STOCK ON HANO REMAIN UNCHANGED. BUY NOW AND SAjYE MONEY. A. ! on i Want Him to Stay Ktn*. If. S. Bird lias been invltwl to remain another year us pastor of Bur-delt .Methodist church. cnsamers Hardware Co* Taste? good because, it is fresh. The oil is produced in Norway and is filtered at zero temper-atury?. The intense cold prevents the greatest yield from the cod livers, but the oil that is obtain- n ed is absolutely pure and free from the objectionable, fishy taste characteristic of cheap oils. Good for You-Good for I! Victory Loan Committee I The local Victory Loan committee will hold a meeting in ihc hoard of, trade building on Wednesday evening, j CITY AND DISTRICT i - Fined For Being Drunk Andrew Olson appeared before .Magistrate Elton in city police court this  morr.ltiK and was taxed and costs | for being drunk. Former Local Ueut. }[. T. \\* Brigade. i'6rmcrly Medicine Hat and Man Wounded Tottenham. Rifle in K.X.W.M.P. in Lethbridge, was wounded early in January last. He and his brother. It. Tottenham,, also of the U.NWV.M. Police, left Medicine Hut. last Ma> for Mieir home in Ireland to volunteer for the front. Two of their younger hi others were killed in June, Hn*i. one in Knnce and one in Mesopotamia, the UUteY having won the morrow o'clock. M I Trades and Labor Council Tjie Lethbridge Trades and Labor Council meets in the Labor Hail to-, (Wednesday) evening at g j AUntary Cross. Important business. j _, ! peuoea in cue Mediterranean ami ^1 Who'is the Man7 Irowly escaped with his life while on Toronto Telegram Wate, thati!li3. w?>' to U^ & TU\- T,heil' hollU! jlhe petition of depot ^uperinteiulcnt j13 m C()UUly 1 Ireland. ; at theMimon station, Toronto, is open! _ , , ^ ,,. ' Farm. Land Selling dloT minister in this distriol, will be. interested in the following tribute from �the London (Kng.), Lancet, to his son. Major \V. h. Maclean, who was killed in action: Joining the C.A.M.C. in December, 1914, in the toll owing February he came overseas a-s medical officer to a tanijdiati wrtillery brigade, and after a tew weeks spent l,n Kng-lan stationary -hospital, was transferred later to No. 1 Canadian. StAitJion^i / hospital, 'and at the beginning of last year to a casualty clearing station. This hospital had recently been shell-ed. necessiutlng its withdrawal to a pcrat further back. It was during this _________ __________ The fifth and young-, , , , ., est brother, dsn in the anuv, was tor- PcVlod while temporarily attachea.To a pedoed in the Mediterranean and �ar- rp^jsh casualty clearing station, that The ! and that one of the five applicants is 1 ja th Battalion of Meiicine Hat. Pte. Robinson enlisted wich the L'.th C'.M.K. along with more4han 1U0 Lethbridge boys. Is Promoted Kriemls in the city have received word tJifl't Gordon K. Watt, who enlisted wrih the :>f�th Batteo' as a private, is now a bombardier. He was three yea rs wi' h Campbell, W i 1 s ;> u a n d riiorne previous to eh'I'Iiting. His brother Tommy, is also with the :.'.0th Batter)*, 9 Coming South Rdmouton Journal: J. Nornngton, deputy superintendent o-f the .Metropolitan Life, lias been promoted to the superintendency of the Medicine Hat and Lethbridge district, ton is leaving by the ('. morning. His wife and follow at a later date. Burdeit Times: That Burdetc will see this spring and summer quite an influx of farmers from the other side of the Hue is freely predicted by the many visitors who have recently been looking over our farm iands. One of these visitors arrived here last, week from Washington and is malting. arrangements to reside here permanently. He bought two sections of land [neu.r Burdett last year. For one he paid $37.00 and the other he purchased for $110.00. He expects to ship in this spring about three cars of machinery. He is more than pleased with bis purchase, and says that If the farmers in his district in Washington could only be persuaded to visit this country and look at the i.ind here they would all \ buy, because farm lands oan be bought 'in Canada for less than half that in the States, -iud', lie added, the crops raised here* are double -tjicse over lie had just finished operating and was proceeding to the wards at 7 o'clock in the evening, when bombs were dropped upon the hospital from �u aeroplane ,and he received injuries .from which he died within a few hours. Ono of Maj. Maclean's senior officern writes: "By his death Canadaiias lost one who despite his youth, 'had accomplished remarkable work. By sheer ca. parity he rose to he-head of the surgical service of a well-known casualty clearing station, and there he worked unremittingly. The pity 'is that no adequate record remains of his series of operations, more particularly of his results with grave abdominal wounds at the front, results which were very remarkable/' ANNOUNCEMENTS Mr. NojTing-P. K. Sunday iMmily will � The Daughters and Mdids of ICng-land are holding a whisrt drive and dance in the S.O.E, hail on Wednesday next, the 27th of February. Good prizes will be given. ,Mr. Needs will Charged With Fraud U. S. Strickland, wfio lives near. Cardston, is in the A.P.P. toils on a charge of attempting to defraud the C. P.U. out of $300. It is alleged that Strickland secured his trunk at the station at Cardslon without the officials there recovering the check and that later he put in a claim .for $300 on the ground that he had never received the trunk. He was remanded till Saturday at 10. , , play for the dancing. Price of admis-there. A quarter section was sold List ,-sion 50 cents each. f>4-:; week by John o'Bceld to Carl Nelson J _ ... / for $;12.00. This qitapt^r is situated in 8-11. Another purchase reported recently is a quarter section bought from T. G. Hopkins hy H. Clegg. The price was not obtainable. Son of Southern Alberta Pioneer Southern Alberta friends of Rev John Maclean, D.D., a pioneer Metho- The Ouinine That Does Not Affect Head Because of its tonic and laxative effect, Laxative Bromo Quinine can he taken by anyone without causing nervousness or ringing in the head. There is only one "Bromo Quinine.'* E. W. GROVE'S signature is on box. 30c. Goes to the Coast Rhynd Jamieson, for the past couple of year music and dramatic critic of ' tUe Free Press, has severed his con-� nection with the paper. .Mr. and Mrs. j : Jam 163on leave for the west tonight' J and will take up residence in Vancouver, where Mr. Jamieson has accepted . the position of music and dramatic etfi-! tor olThe Sun.-Winnipeg Free Press. J Mr. Jamieson was for several years a ] resident of Lethbridge and leader of I Wesley church choir, and a member ! of Die HeiM-ld staff. I -- | > Retailers' Delegates j Retail merchants of the provinceof ; Alberta will meet in convention at hlu-! monton on Wednesday for the purpose ; or organizing the Retail Merchants" : RssociatJIon of Alberta. On ttye follow. ; ing day a delegatioifTrom ihe conven-; Hon will wait