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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - February 27, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta SHEET MUSIC Popu,are da/.d,cia9S- ic Folios, Studies. Teachers' Supplies. Player Rolls, Musical Goods. Full tine always in Stock. ASSINIBOIA MUSIC CO.. LTD. Everything Musical Phone 1545. 315 6th St. S., Lethbridge. Mn DGE HERALD HOTEL WINDSOR EUROPEAN PLAN MEAL8 FROM 6.00 A.M. TO 1.00 P.M. r 1 1 1 i 1 i h t 1 Good Quality Evaporated Fruits AS WELL AS NUMEROUS OTHER ARTICLES AfcE GOING TO BE HIGHER IN PRICE VERY SOON. THE UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT HAS TAKEN ALL THE BEST 5IZ� 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 CALIFORNIA. GET SOME NOW AT THE OLD PRICES. Hot Off the Wire" Our meats always so direct from fl\e farm to your cable > DELANYS MEAT CO. FIFTH ST, S. OPPOSITE DALLAS HOTEL PHONE 452 PRUNES. Size 80-90. PRUNES, si^e 80-90. PRUNES, size 60-70, PRUNES, size 60-70. PRUNES, size 40-50. PRUNES, size 40-50. HIGH-CLASS GROCERS 10 lb. boxes. 25 lb. boxes. 10-lb. bones, 25 lb. boxes. 10 lb. boxes. 25 lb. boxes, each each each each each each 4 * $1.60 $3.; 4 * *  * * m * * 4 $1.75 $4.25 $1.95 $4.75 EVAPORATED PEACHES. 5 lb. boxes, fancy ed. Something very fine, per package.... 10 lb. boxes. Fancy Gold Bar Peaches ... 25 (b. boxes. Fancy Gold Bar Peaches... LOGANBERRIES, per package ............ LOGANBERRIES, per dozen packages..... peet-$1.40 $2.25 $5.25 . 35c $4.00 Combination Boiler and THE GOOD CO. PHONE 525 Tea Kettle, high-grade aluminum We Feature Remedies and ____ Toiiet Preparations Kecausc after careful investigation wo have found them to be (bo most Wfioient ;111d the b^si value for the money of any io be had. Lot us tell ytm move about thes** propaj�iinns too. lot u .......* 1 ( o \s 179 Cash Prices S i s AmMiriuam. Teh. 27.-Frieiierk-h Yon 1'ayor. the Uennan vice-chancellor. � in his add re*;*? to the reichstap:. urRoil the* people to stand behind the army and made a spirited defense of the Prussian franchise reform bill. "There is. only one standpoint,"-he >;i'm], "for homy polities today, in the fourth year of the war. naniel>. the concentration of all the forces of the empire to the unity of the citizens and l^bor and readiness for sacrifice to enable the army to fulfill their heavy task. The vice-chaucelUn- then alluded to opposition, of the Prussian franchise bill, saying-: "I cannot believe that those parties in whose hands the decision. lie will fail to realize that what tney owe to the public in this critical hour, and I hope they will emphatically repudiate the suspicion that they really aim at an intolerable delay." Offended Conservatives Arusierdani. Feb. -7.-Vice Chancellor Von Payer's speech offended the Conservative set-tions of The reichstag seriously, judging from the comment upon the address in a Rerlln dispatch to iho Koelnische Volks Zoitung. which savs: "it was known that Von Paver de-sired to settle accounts with the Conservatives and- he did so perhaps more than it. was good for him to do. A passionate outbreak accompanied this p�l of his speech from all the Conservatives of the reichstag." I t i Oats- -Xo. '1 C.W.. . 97fs Kxtra No. 1 feed No. 1 feed ....... Barley- Nq. ...... 11 tJ lt Rejected ........ Feed _____..... Flax- Xu. I N. W. C. . . No. 3 C.W., 334 V- No. 3 C.W.. , f*43s .... lX2r,A \ V % 1 No. 4 ......17 ............-142 . .............140 I i No. 3 C.tt\..m\i 0 Winnipeg Livestock Winnipeg. Feb. 27-Offerings today at the 1"11ion Slock Yards vjere 200 cattle any H3S hogs. Quotations: Butcher steers $7 to ^1 l.f�?>: heifers $6.to $10.50: cows $4.50 To 9.50{ bulls. Sti to ?S.7>0; oxen. $5 to ^8; slockers and feeders, ?ti,50 to SO; veal calves, ti.50 to $12. Hogs, selects. heavies. $14 to $lfv; sows, $12 to $13; lights. to $15. If you do not own an alcohol stove you should get one. They are certainly convenient m an emergency. l L The flame from alcohol never smells, for there is no smoke. "We have a splendid line at a special price of 50c each They are safe and reliable We also handle '"Sterna" stoves and "Canned Heat." ^ THE RED CROSS DRUG & BOOK CO., LIMITED f*hone 555 To Prevent The Grip Colds cause Grip-LAXATIVE BRO-MO QUININE Tablets remove the cause. There is only one "Brdmo Quinine." E. W. GROVE'S signature on bo?;. 30c. " The Caledonian Club Lethbridge IS HOLDING A BIBLE STUDENT FINED Victoria. B.C.. Feb. 27.-A. nominal penalty of $1 was imposed in Uie police court today upon I. C. Edworda. an elder of the Victoria branch the International Bible Students* Association 'for being- ift possession ot a.^copy ot "The Finishe-.l Mystery" after it was banned by the government. VALUABLE DOG SHOT Uegiiu, Feb. 27.-Tobey 'Lewis, an English setter, valued ax more than %\.wm 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. r -m AT THE AUDITORIUM DANCE HALL At Raymond, Wednesday, February 2 7th The Ancient Order of Foresters ARE HOLDING A Dance from 8 to 12. Miss Arnold's Orchestra Contains the active principles of fresh Cod Livers combined with Peptonate of Iron and pure native wine. f Just the thins for that feeling-of lassitude induced by 111 e sharp change in the ^veather. Splendid for the children and easy to sive. SI.00 In the K. of P. Hall Gold Exclusively by UNOERWQOD TYPEWRITERS Friday, Mar. 1st (I J. D. Higinbotha Miss Arnold's Orqfestra in Attendance. Phone 1792 for Invitations. Limited AND SERVICE The Stor* THOS 1 RYAN local representative, alexandra hotel, or p'.O. box 408 typewriters rebuilt or exchanged, all makes. Tin and Sheet Metal Work of all kinds is done at our .shop. We have every facility for turning out the very best �work anil we use only the very best of material in all our work. Having a job done by us is an assurance that the work done will last a long time without having to put your baud down in your pocket ,,for money to pay for repairs. If you w*i\m perfect tin and sheer, metal vrork call on us. V i r r rl 4 1 n *A(berta's Pioneer DrugoUti* Wholesale and Retail ChemlstiL TELEPHONE No. 322 Lauder orders A Hear him on the Kdison. Complete range of Records ^always in stock. Come in and hear him. Assiniboia Music Co., Ltd^ Everything Musical 315 6Wi St. Si Phone 1545 y ill -~ The Dixon Sheet Metal Co. REAR STAFFORD BLOCK LETHBRIDGE^ALBERTA Superior Supply Co. 2nC Ave. 5. and 13th Street MfNiNG. BUILDING & RAILWAY SUPPLISS & EQUIPMENT JUPHOPK ANDERSON AND EMERSON FARM IMPLEMENT! GANG rfLOWS SULKIER FORD TRACTOR ATTACH. 1 4 BUGGIES v MENTS. DEMOCRATS AUTO TRAILERS CULTIVATORS ^ BINDER - ENGKIEl PHONE 1725-TAKE A BLUE USE CAR HAYFQR SALE CARLOADS OR LESS TIMOTHY, UPLAND, ALFALFA, MIXED TIMOTHY AND ALFALFA AND STRAW. CAREFUL ATTENTION TO ALL ORDERS. PROMPT SHIPMENT WRITE OR WIRE US FOR � PRICES. Saunders Hay & 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. � h Roberfeon'S Book Store You'll Want to Come Again! WESTBROOK BROS. Opposite Bank of Montreal 1 Grain Co. 1221 2nd Avenue South Telephone 732 FOR SALE CAR FEED CORN IN STOCK V. 0. HYDE & CO. Phone 1244 Lethbridge CITY AND DISTRICT New Roadmaster M\\ Anderson of Winnipeg has arrived in hethbridgo as one of the ruart-i masters of the hothbridgc division of i the l\ P. U. WE ARE SOLE AGENTS FOR LETHBRIDQE FOR THE CELEBRATED "IDEAC" BRAND ALUMINUM WARE AND HAVE A LARGE ASSORTMENT AT MODEST PRICES. WE ARE ALSO SHOWING AN EXCELLENT ASSORTMENT OF NICKLE PLATED WAROON COPPER. BOTH THESE LINES^HAVE ADVANCED RECENTLY. OUR PRICES FOR STOCK ON HAND REMAIN UNCHANGED. BUY NOW AND SAVE MONEY. k. of P. Tonight ] The regular mooting- of Lethbridge : Lod�* No. 2, K. of P.. will be held tonight at S p.m. m their castle hall. ; KaiiK ot* Kriquire will no people of this community will | Hue will become a still .better feeder };. X. Gurr. who has a dairv here oni-igahi have the privilege of hearing for this distributing centre. it vrrv small scale " l distinguished lecturer Kev. Dr. ( ~--�-� j Salem G. Bland of Winnipeg in his f Enlarge Plant The Lethbridge Momumental and Cut Stone Works have enlarged and j improved their plant on Eighth Street. | An electric polisher and pneumatic | chisscKs for carving and fine work address on 'The War and After" on \ Friday night in Wesley hail. The Mayor on "Law Enforcement" .AJayor^Hardie will give an address on Friday morning next at the social service convention in Wesley Mall, [have been installed. The public is in- a:iV1^ ^�� "� vited to visit/the works. !Jiar- �h^! ^9T*} f.nitRl� ^ _ ; izens. , The subject is "Law Enlorce- Gets Three Months In district court on Tuesday afternoon J. Balsteart appeared before His Honor Judge Jackson ami was con-j victed. He pleaded that he had been I drinking heavily, claiming this was nient. "Bob" Pearson Coming Captain Robert Pearson. B. A'.; M. h,A., representing the soldiers overseas, has been secured for the anniversary services of Wesley church on Your last chance at the Empress tonight The most timely sensation of the season at the Empress "Womanhood" The Glory of a. Nation, with Alice Joyce. It portrays the three great loves of a woman-the love of a maid for n man-the love of a mother for her child-the love of a woman foi1 her country.-Advt. the cause of his act. He was sentenc- j ^arch 10tn> The people of Calgary, ed to three months in the jail here, j who haye hcard him agsert that he has the finest, most fascinating and most virile message yet brought to Canadians from the trenches. Everyone will want to hear "Bob." Postponed One Day Cherninvasky Trio Recital in Knox church, Friday. March 1st at Si30 p. ! m., instead of Feb. 2Stht as advertised, j j On account of an unavoidable delay j caused by washout on their journey j from Los Angeles to San Francisco | on Sunday last. All tickets already bought will he good for March 1st. To Go East ' Walter Ro.<& leaves (tonight for Montreal. Wlitte" in the east, he will see his son, George, at Toronto. George and Fred Rose and George Rice have all succeeded in passing their examinations at Camp Borden and are j-eady now to go to some camp to take up the actual work of flying. They are under orders at the present time, holding themselves ready to move on 24 hours' notice. Course Tractor Work A practical course in gas engineering and tractor work will be given at } Clarosholni school of agriculture, from 1 March 4th to 9th, inclusive. Lectures and practical ctemonntratfons will be given on stationary and tractor en- % FAMILY -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 Fair Board Meeting | The fair board will hold a meeting ! in the mayor's ofCicc^.ity hall, on Friday, March 1st, at one o'clock. At ; this meeting the committees will be ! announced and everything will be ready for business. Manager Moore is well satisfied with Uie prospects for entries in the agricultural events, !and with Ray Knight back the atani-: pedt) will be: a regular affair. Mr. \ Knight and Mr. Day have staged i stampedes before this. ! ANNOUNCEMENTS ! The Daughters and Ma ills; of Kng-; land are holuing a whist drive and 'dance in the S.O.IC. hall on Wednes-' day next, the. *J~th of February. Good ! prizes will he given. Mr. Needs will : play for the dancing. Price of adniis-: sjon oil cents each, - Mr. WELLS HAS WRITTEN TWO VERY REMARKABLE BOOKS. ONE OF THEM God, the Invisible King AND THE OTHER ii The Soul of a Bishop 99 In the midst of his success he felt distressed w.itli the futility of individual Hte, he -was in a state of helpless disgust, of inability to form any satisfactory plan of life. Then lie "encountered God," that is his own words, he. met and recognized God. According to Mr. Wells, the new incoming religion, based exclusively on personal experience of God, will have no use for a church, for the beginning of organization is the beginning of the end'Of inspiration. The views expressed in these two books have already created world wide controversy. A pie social and dance will be held in (YvKta! Lake School, Friday, March 1st. I^aid of the,Red Cross. 6ti-3x I � r FOFf SALE BY Choice MEATS Better meats through our phone service, Try it. The Twentieth Century Book Store "EVERYBODY'S 614 FOURTH AVENUE OOK SHOP" / PHONE 613 Everything For the Office- R. COULTRY The Alberta Meat Market Oldest Established M^at Market iathe City. Letter Filing Stack, 4 drawers, fumed oak....... Letter Filing Stick, 4 drawers, fumed oak ....... Flat Top Office Desk, fumed oak, 34 by 54 in.ches Royal Typewriter, No. 5, nearly new ........ ........... Underwood Rebuilt, No. 4..........'......................... L, C. Smith, No. 5, very little used........................... WoodJtock Typewriter, No. 5r brand new, regular price $130. sell at $95.00 for a short time to introduce. See this machine buying elsewhere. * A FULL LINE OF OFFICE STATIONERY. EVER ALL & FRANKS $22.50 $13.50 $44.50 $65.00 $65.00 $75.00 before Sinnott Block, cor. 4th Ave. and 5th St Phone 1107 t. ;