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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 27, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta SHEET;MUSI? ""rJ'K.iS-stJ-^r'. .'r�aihe>tiV^fliri^ill�, Player. RoH*. KMt\c�i v ^ 6e6dtifFUll line always In Stock. ' ASSINIfeOIA MUSIC CO., LTD. V \ 'i Evacylhfno Musical PhohK 1S4S, 315 eth St. 8., Lethbrldge, A!ta MEALi r�io�ii�.oo a;m. to p.wI. "Hot Off the Wire" Our meats always go direct from flie)lirin to your iable. ^ ^ DELANYS MEAT CO. �^ifth st. s. OPPOSITE DALLAS HOTEL PHONE 452 Good (Quality Evaporated Fruits AS V/ELL AS NliiyiEROUCOTHER ARTICLES aTre GOING TO 8t HIGHER IN PRICE VERY SOON. THE UI� , EVAPORATED PEACHES. 5 lb. boxes, fancy peel- ed. Sondethlnfl very fine, per; packaQC..... $1.40 10 lb. box8�),P�noy'Oold Bar Peachea $2.26 25 lb. boxes, Fancy Gold Bar Pca�hea.... $5.25 v LOGANBERRIES, fier package............. 36o LOGANBERRIES, per dozen packages ..... $4.00 PHONE 5 2 5 We Feature ;SSSS^^ Remedies and^ Toilet Preparations Because after enreful Jnvestlgiition we have found them lo be tlie most offlclent and also the best value for the money of'any to be Iiail. Let US .tell you more about these t'rcpajaitlons niul too, let us Sfve you a copy of Penslar Health Book, contnlnlrig inrormatiou that you should have. It is Free, nsk for It. THE KENNY & ALLIN CO.,"Ltd. NEXT dallas HOTEL Penslar Store PHONE 1487 Winnipeg Market , -I Oats- _ Open. Close. May............. 94%-% OSVh July ...... 33%-% 93% I Barley- REFORM:BILLANli OFFfNDSMANY bill, saying: �I cannot believe that those parties m whose handi the decision. He will fall to realize that what tney owe to I the piibHc In this critical hour, and 1 hope they, will emphatically repudiate tlie suspicion that they really aim at an intolerable delay." - Offended Conservatives Apisterdani, Feb. 27.-Vice Chancellor Von Payer's speech offended tlie Conservative sdfctions of thb reichstag seriously, judging from the comment upon the address in-a Berlin dispatch May ... Flax-Slay , .. . July ...  , Cash Prices Oats-No. 2 C.W... 97% Extra No. 1 feed No. 1 feed ...... Barley- Ng.a ....... 176Vi Rejected ........ Feed ____..... Flax- .No. I X. \V. C. .. .No. 3 C.W.,_354M: 178% 179 361Vi 358% ,No. 3 C.V'... 94% No. 4 ....... ..... .-142 . .............140 ... ...^......359 -Vo. 3 C.W...336% , Winnipeg Llv>8tockrv Winnipeg, Feb. 27-Offerings- today at the Union Stock Yards w^re .200 cattle an(j,l43S hogs. Quotations: Aniiterdara, Feb. Von Payer, the German vice-chancel-1 ^"J.^ - � 1 upon tne aaaress in-a leriin aispaicn j Butcher steers 57 to $11.50; heifers/ 27.--Friede.-ich ^'� "''2.''^''""S. which , 18 50 to ?10..5O; cows. $4.50 to" $9.50f lor,-in his address to the reichstag. urged th^ people to stand liebind the-Varmy and made a spirited defense pt the Prussian franchise reform hill. ' "There is-only one standpoint,"-he � ,said. "for homo politics todaj;. in the ' fourth year of the war,- namely, the concentration of all the forces of the empire to the unity of the clUiens and labor and readiness for sacrifice to enable the army to fulfill their hea^T task. �  f The vice-chancellor then alluded to opposition- of the Prnssian franchise "1was known that Von Payer desired-to settle accounts with the Conservatives, .and.; he did so,perhaps inpre than it,wa^ good for him to do. A' pass{pnate .-outbreak accompanied this p^ of his speech from all the Conservatives of the reichstag." ' To Prevent The Grip Colds cause Grip-LAXATIVE BRO-MO QUININE Tablets . remove the cause. There is only one. "Brdmo Quinine." E. W. GKOVE'S signature on box. 30c. . $6.50 to $10..5O; cows. $4.50 to $9.50? hulls, S6 to ?S.oO; oxen, $5 to SS; stockers and feeders,; $6.50 to $5; veal calves. 3JB.50 to $12. ,~Hogs, selects, $19; heavies. $14 to $15; sows, $12 to $13; lights, 14~to ?15. ,BI8LE STUDENT FINED Victoria, B.C.. Feb. 27.-Agiominal penalty ot'$l was imposed in the police court today upon 1,0. Edwards, an elder of the Victoria branch^ the International Bible Students: Associh-tion 'for being ill possesion of asjjopy of "The Ffnfshe.1 ilySsterj^" after it was banned by Uie government. If you do not own an .alcohol stove you should get "one;. .They are certainly convenient in an emergency.' The ^lanio" fro'm alcohol never smells, tor: there is no smoko. We have li splendid line at a speciaL price of ,! Sdc each They are safe and reliable. ' * - We also handle "Sterna" stoves and "Canned Heat." ... THE kED CROSS DRUG &.BOOK CO., UMITED ' ^�6HB 555 The Cakdonian ClubX'Hiifi^e is HOLDING A Dance AT THE AUDITORIUM DANCE HALL At Raymond, Wednesday, February 2m Dancetfrom'S to 12.A ' Mim Arnold's Orchestra " ' f.. � -........ - /valuable dog shot Hegina, Feb. -Tobey Lewis, an English setter, valued at more than $1,000 and said' to be the finest bird dog in western Canada, owned, by Dr. Irwin Robb, is- dying , having been shot by some unknown person. iimrERWOOD tYPEWWTERS AND SERVieE I f ' THOS. F. Rl^^kN |->L0CAL REPRESENTATIVE, ALEXANDRA^ HOTEL, OR P^O. BOX 408^ TYPEWRITERS REBUILT OR EXCHAIiGED. ACL MAKES, ..l.K i'Tin anci Sheiet. Metal Work :v,o( all (We hav^eiyery iacJlUy.for. turiiv 2�lng oui' the ,verr bestttwork and iwe.-U8e only the very Uest of nia-iteiiali in all our. work. Having a^ �J;Job>done by us'Is a'n assurance ithat the work done will laat �i >long time without havloK to put,- f'your ;hand 'down. -In your; pocket fojr iiioney to pay fgr ropairs.'Xf aypu >wnnt pei^fect tin and. sheet l'i�Dietal work callon us:  The Pixon Sheet Co. ;^REARvSTAFFORD BLOCK ^lethbridqe^Mlberta Hear I him on the ISdi^onZOom- �� plate range of Becordi'jlHMtaya ' in stock. Come in andheiir^hira.; Assiniboia Music Co.^d^ , EverythiSg Musleaj 315 6Mi St, si Phone ,1546 j iCtiye principles of fresh Cod Livers combined with Peptonate of Iron' and 'pure/ native wine! Just the thing for ^hat feeling of lassitude induced by the sharp change in the. .i^-eather. Splendid for the sJjll'l''en and easy to give. ' " / $1.00 Sold Exclusively by ;. D. Higiobothaiir& Co "' Limited , -' ^Alberta'e Pioneer Orugglste'^ Wholesale and Retail Chemlatfc telephone' No. 322 ^jierior Supply Co. UlUqif^q * RAILW.XV 8UPFLIZ8 a EQUfPMBNT jl^NpKaBON AND EMERSON'FARiyi IMPLJEMENTS (tjW?X8ULKie� ^ FORD TR^CTiSR ATTACH- ""'�4t� . , AUTO TRA(j,2RB--tfy^irORS BlfJDrJpiiENGUlEl^ -----lt7?6rrTAKE A atUS LINE CAf) "^.^ HAY CARLOADS OR LESS , TlM6tHY, , UPLAND,*!ALFAL� FA, WIXED. Tin^OTHYs 'AND' ALFALFA AND STRAW. CAREFUL ATTENTION ^ TO ALL ORDERS, PROMPT SHIPMENT ' ' WRITE OR WIRE US FOR  PRICES. . Saunders lUA' &> Odd Borders For one cent a yard up^ ^ WaU Papers in odd lots must be cleared out. Room Moulding, regular 5c a'foot for 3*c a foot. Plat^ Rail at reduced prices. Robertson's Rooklitwi eiTY AND DISTRICT Ne\^ Roadmaster Mr. Anderson of Winnipeg TTas arrived In Lethbridgo as ono of tho rond-hiasters of tha Lothbridge division of tho C. P. R.' K. of P. Toniflht The legular meeting of Letlibridge Lodge No. 2. K. of P., will be held tonight at 8 p.m. in their castle hall. jRanK of Esquire will uc conlorred. Members requested to be present; Visitors welcome. Personal Mention II. A. Walter of Raley is in the city. O. H. Bingham of Magrnth, one of the fair -board directors, is in town. John C. Bass of Chin, who has been Tj�lt�ng xelatives in tho * States is hom�, and is visiting the city today. ;. . A Fine Promotipp - Frioud.s here will.- be very pleased to learn that in E. J. Lemieux's trans-tor to Calgary, the C. P. R. gave him a well-earned promotion. He is now In tiiQ .dual posiClon of master mechanic and trainmaster of the Calgary division. Should Be E. N. Gurr _The report that E. N". Gunn, a Lethbrldge man, was refused exemption by the central appeal judge was incorrect. The name should have been' 13. K. Gurr, who has a dairy here on a vei'y small scale. Combination Double Boiler aiid Tea Kettle, higb-grade alamiijiiiin $5.36 ^$6.25 WE ARE^iSOLE AGENTS FOR LETHBRIDQE FOR THE CEtB. BRATEO�ipEAtP' BRAND ALUMINUM WARE AND HAVi A > LAROE ASSORTMENT AT MbDEST PRICES. WE ARE ALSO SHOWINtf AN EXCELLENT ASSORTMENT OF NlCKLE PtAT> ED WARAON COPPER. BOTH TNKSE LINES HAVk ADVANCED RECENTLY. OUR PRICES FOR STOCK ON HAniO REMAIN UN-CHANGEd..BUY NOW AND SAVE MONEY. Consamers Hardware Co* CITY AND DISTRICT , r Retail Clerks ' Retail Clerks will m'oet at tho LnhorHallionThnrsday night at-8.3(J" All clerks are welcome. Moved to'River The new pninps fof "tlM filter plant were moved to the rivor\bottom yes terday and erection commencgd day.i . to- Enlarge Plant The Lethbridge Momumental and Cut Stone Works have enlarged and improved their plant on Eighth Stree't. An electric polisheri and "pneumatic chissola for carving and fine work have heen insitalled. The public is invited to visit the works. :, Gets Three Months,'-In district court on Tuesday afternoon J. Balstead aM)eared before I-Iis Honor Judge Jackson and was convicted. -He pleaded that he had been drinking heavily, claiming this was tho cause of his act. He was sentenced to three months in the. jail here. ' Dr. Bla'hd Again . \ She people of this commuuily will agahi have tho privilege; of hearing the distinguished; lecturer Rev. Dr. Salem G^^ Bland of -Winnipeg in his addreSs on 'The War and After" on Friday night In Wesley .hall. vr-^-�--- , ' The Mayor On "Law Enforcement" MayoJ^Hardie Will'give ah address on Friday morning next at the Social service convention in Wesley . Hall, that should intercBt all intolligent citizens.The subject is'"Law Enforcement." . .... Postponed One Day  CherniavaskyVr^lo Recital in Knox church, Friday,, March 1st. at 8�30 p. m., instead of Feb. 28th, as advertised. On account of an unavoidable delay caused by washout on their journey from.Los Angeles to San Francisco on Sunday last, A\l tickots already bought will be good for March 1st. To Go East  Walter Roas leaves,tonight for Jlon-troal. -WWtorln the east ho will see his son, George, at. Toronto. � George and Prod Rose and George Rice have all succeeded in passing their examin-^ .ations ,at Camp Borden and are ready  now to go to Bomo camp to take the actual .jvork of flying. Tliey are f under orders at the present.time, hold-ting themselves ready to move on 24 hours' notice. Union Prayer Meeting Tlio Union Prayer Service for the Christian, kiVbx, United and Wesley churches wlllbe held this evening in Wesley Hall at 8 o'clock. Rev. B, J. llodglns,-B. A., will give the att-dress. - , gliies, blacksmithing and babbitting. All farmers (interested In^englnqorinK are invited to^nfteud. liirtlten detaUs can bo Jiad froiii W.' j. Stephen, principal, � School of ABrlcultiire,-; Clarcs-Miolm. , ';. . . ' ,( ' �,Nevv ;l{�ttlere - Ivfew settlors aro'turning their attention to,the Skiff district, Vfiiich Is about 25'miles cant Jot Sllrllngj and thoro is dveVy Intllcatloii that, this block will fill up rapidly duringllie �cpming season. It is about the last good farming district in Southern Alberta open to sottlemont wlvlch' is^ ^ervou h.v u railway. Tho land is htj--iiig held by speculators but the wild i,anils tax is causing them to have it put on the market . at reasonable prices. Witii tho settlement.- of tho Skiff district tho Lethbridgo-Weybilrii line will become a still ibettdr feeder' tor this distributing centre. i ^ ,"Bob" Pearson Comlna Captain Robort Pearson, n. A:,' M. L.A, reprea,entlng th? soldiers oven-seas, has-been secured for the anniversary services of Wesley church on March 10th." The people of Calgary, who have' hoard him assort that ho has the fineati moat fascinaUhg and most virile meaaage yet brought to Canadians from the, ti-enches. Everyone will want to hear "3ob." Coiirse Tractor'Work A practical course in gas pnginoer ing and tractor work will be given at Claresholm school oj agriculture, from March 4th to 9th, Inclusive. Lectures and practical demonatratlons will be givon on Btatlonary .-and tractor en- Your last chance at the Eni-press tonight ' The most timely sensation ^ of ihe season at the' Empress* "Womafchood" Tlio Glory of h. Nation, with Alice Joyce. It portrays the -three great loves of a woman-tho love 6t a maid for tl man-the love of a mother for her child-tho 'love of a- womftii ;foi^ her country.-Advt. ' . FAMILY > PORTRAITURE Make it kn annual duty to' .yourselves to haro your child-;, ren'a photo taken. You', creating aUding pleasures for your later yean. SinithV Studio .906 Third Ave. 8. Phone 1471 'Fair Bpard Meeting ^ The falr^board will hold a mooting [ in-the .riiayor's office^lty hall, on (�Fiflday; 3Iarch 1st, afone o'clock. At\ this meeting tho committees will be annoiiniieU .and everything will be roatly*. for business. Manager Moore is well Satisfied with - yiia prospects for entries in tho agricultural events, and with Ray Kuight back tho stampede will be a regular affair. ' Mr. ,,Knight and Mr. Day have staged stampedes before this. ANNOUNCEMENTS The DaugWora and Maliifi. of England, m-e.'lholinug a whist drive and danco/ln the S.O.E. hall nex^.tho 27th of February.- Good 'prizes will bo given, Mr. Needs Will play tnr; tho dancing, Price of admission bO courts each. . 04-3 Mr. H. G. HA9''>w'rITTEN two very REMARK^^BLE BOOKB.-ONE rpk, '.� �-/'them-.. A pie social and danco will be hold in Crystal Lake School, Friday, March 1st. in, aid of the .Rod Cross. Ot5-8x You'll Want lo Come Again! WESTBROOK BROS: Opposite Bank>of Montreal FORBiPkLE . , , CAR F|Ep;cq[iw. � F. 0. HYDE &vCO., Phone 1244^ ^ ' Lothbrlfipe Choice MEATS 'Better meats 'through ph'one 'service, Try it.': oup y R.COULTIIY The Albjtrt^ MeM Market ' The. Oldest Established Nl^Vt Market in^the City. ''God, theinvisible Kin^ ano.-tVie-dther- . i . '..-M' ' *% Soul of a Bislidi** ; In.lha ml.d8|;'of his success he felt dlstressedjv.ltft the' lutiUty of In'divldual Itt^^jhe ,w^s in a state of belplesa disgust, of.Inability to fornit-any saUsiractoiy plan of life; Then he "encouptered Odd,". that is his own words, ho met and'recognised Ood. �' ' .' ! 'According to Mr, Wells, the uewv (ntsoming religion, baaed excluaivcly.' on poponal experience of God,j >ylll have no use 'for a'church, tor the'heginntng of organization is the'beginning of the cnd^df inaplration. Ttao views iexpreaaetl in these two books haToi already cvetited world .wide controveri^. ' 1 � ' V I / FORT sale BY TheTwentiethCepturyjpopk Store ' ' ^"EVERYBODY'S BOOK BHOP".^ 614 FOURTH AVENUE ^^^^^^A^ Everything For the Office^' Letter Filing :St�ok, 4 drawen, fumed oak iLettfrrFllina Stack, 4 drawer*, fumed oak 22.60 SI 3.50 Flat ;T6p Of flea Desk, fumed oak, 34 fay 54 In. ehea ....i $44.50 ypewrlter, No. 6, nearly new^.I,..,, ,..!.,., $65.00 $66.Q0 $76.00 mm Flat tod Roy�t.Tj...... : Uriderweod Rebuilt, No. 4 L. Cii^mlth; No. 6,'very little used ,.......................i.,, e/o.uu 'Woedstoek Typewriter, No. 6, brand n^w, resular price $130.00. wtii cll/�t $95.00 fopva short time to intredue*. See this machine befofe '-...''"byylna-ilsswHsre. ., ,.. .v-  ^/fULL Ll^iE OF OFFICE STATIONERY. ' ^ I' 8lrihotks�6eli;:*oc, 4th AvWanil Btlifit. Phone nor ;